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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIB LETkBRnkiR DAILY- IBTiULD SATUHDAY, 30, 1018 Community Kitchen For. Canada IN THE VAN WITH LARGE NUMBER OF FOOD CENTRES seo dial U is biiiliilncxl. Discusses lio question member ot the- Honie'toiisorvilloii Scclloii of he Ailinlumnilloii, It was learned dial community kiti'heirs nro now In onera- all over Iho failed States ami HIM one outstanding case of success achieved Is (he Nc-lehborliood Kllcheu nl St. Uiuls. Mo., wlilcll has been rup. IiiK on a big seito since bst May a HIT. ui-t.i woman sobbed to one o! the a day.Ior a period of four ffionlhs, a or icn cents former serve the dual purpose ol sup- BlriEf lood al a low uto show thel womin how to use mils In puddings and Har little boy wil from lack ol nourishment. He would not drink inUt and she had cot kcown that she could give U lo him In puddings aid soups." Miny Kitchens Operating The United Stales Food AdmlniElrs- tlcn Is taking' a keen Interest la the daTelopraeDS ol Ihe community Irltch- en idea Dll1. It is to olller- prise lo get one stirted and then lo Watch the Tongue of your Young! Your little Pets need f Children think Cascaiets They are safe and mild cathartic candy.' i Sell for a every time. a'vcraee expenditure of Icn cents per person [or each meal. An interesting fcalure of the St. Louis Neighborhood Kitchen is the emphasis placed oh caterins to the children o[ the dialrlcl. There ia whal is celled the chlldreh's. lunch." At noon a balanced meal "of soup meat, rejetahles. potatoes and pud dinga ij given Ihern for ten cents. AI ler school, fira and ten-cent lunches are available. Commercial firms hare interested themselves in llils end o the work lo the eilent of- ilonatlug such supplies as cocoa and maltea milk for Ihe children's fare. Cafeteria Most Profitable There are msny variations of Ih community kilchea but the'combinl iton ol general catering and a publi cafeteria would appear to be Ihe inos praclical for Canadian cities. Loca lion is of the first Importance and Ih choice ot a skilled womac lo conduc the kitchen.. It is through local ente prise that Lhc kitchens can ho starlet and sustained in any community. Th wcmeu oi OiUwi and Toronto hate Ibeen making dc-flnlte plans towards ibis end and, remembering' suc- cess which ailended the coniuiunity cannlng centres, there seems no rea- son why public food centres should, not prove enna'lly .satisfactory jh the saving of food, money; fuel. During the caminE winter Ihe need for conservation will he as great as ever and-relaxation ot effort is nn- thinkabln until we are' assured ihal Europe has plenty of food lo go rcund. varieties of communlly kitchens may aa follows: (1) Educational kitchen Iratlon purposes, either seiional 'OT permanent; (2) canning .kitchen strictly 13) dehydrating kit- chen; (4> -kitchen combining cjmninE and drying with" cooking and -baking; (5) -cooked (ood cenlra for the-sale or distrlbulion of food. The National KUchens of Britain are a somewhat different proposition from Ihe community kitchens of this i continent.' They are financed Ihe Government. ja ihe iirsl place, on thai understanding that Ihe loans Would be I (repaid within len years. In most leases, public hiflWings were .given I OTer lhc_work. So successful has f. niv-'11 r------- --rf nirfi mu fag been tliat training fermentations and constipation poison which is keeping your little (re3 arc now being oper.ed lor man- 'ine' and sick. Children love Cascarets, because to them T-d 'it is like eating.candy. Cascarets act better Uun castor oil, calomel of some knowledge of domestic science, tiUs on Ihe stomach, liver and bowels. Cascar'eti never grips, are to be given a training at nna fne nnilnnal kitchens under a ir. Then they, will ____ _j manageresses of kitchens. There are no fewer thin i public kitchens operating In Bri Lain now. The of Phonographs CbJpperidmle MlS-SollJ Mahogany or -gi-ck-Walnut it trial one wearies of'certedn objects _J bf art, hovJtrJer trtej) may otKers, even tKougK lower in jirice, seem to lose, but to enhance in charm with the -years? Something surely The design expert craftsmanship. novelty, or the nondescript design, Designs Kave survived timeslpf William and Mary, Queen An'ne Mid Louis XVI- VThe Phonograph MOTHERS! -Ciean the DO 2....j never injure, ind do not'disappoint the warned mother; Give harmless, tupe, Cascarets to children one old and upwards, Each ten cent Wi: contains full directions. Th! BABY WILL ENJOY ITS OUTING IN A MOTHER HUBBARD PADDED SHOE THE COLDEST ,wind will blow in.vain when baby takes its "outing" in a Mother Hubbard Padded Shoe. you have, to dress baby specially. In ifs .eTtry-day at'tire, just slip the little treasure into its own comfy, cosy Mother Hubbard Shoe, "svberc, .unencumbered but withal snug, and safe, baby can its heart's content. Scientific and EaniUry, the Mother Hubbard is adjustable lo babies oi all ages. At Yocr Hardwire, Fornltare- or Drj Gcodi Stan Price 0. I. WHITLi t 00. LTIr; MAYOR 07- TDK 10 He Held to be Something "Character" in Japan I SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Fares lo Safe, CcmforUhle on Other World's Ortattsl Highway Compsrrmir.t Observation Cars, Slsndard'and Tourist Slctptrs, Exctllint Dining Car Serviy. 'i TickeU told during December zrs good for Efl days. Extension will I' be jrantfd by a ftjmtrA of J5.00 for eath extra fifteen days. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J GORDON, TICKET AOENT, PHONE 512 -i. fc PROCTOR, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, CAUGARY. Viscount Inajiro Tajiri, ihe new- Mayor ot Tokio. Is Eomcthlng o( n "character." He was born In 1550 and recclrcd part of his ioiicmlon at be KcloEljlkn, Totio. but was gradu- ted from Yale University in 1S7S. It 3 said that when he first went back roci tlie United Stales lie was n styl- sh young man, of the Kind known in Japan as "high bill hi develop- ed Intc a kind ot plain Spartan lype.- le has been accnstomcd. Lo get up ev- ery morning at 5.30 and set about hia morning at once. .Like Glad- stone, he engages In culling wood and does a farmer's srcrk In hia own gar- (en. lie raise-1) all the regctables con- sumed in bls'oira household. Alter Viscounl TaJIrf has done a certain oinonnl of work In the garden he ells down to a hreaxraal of nil- cleaned rice, slices ot plekled radish fdalkon) and a howl of soup called "mlHO." The Japanese, rule, pre- fer cleaned rice, which Is more pala- table but Ihb'uncleaned Is cheaper contains more nourishment. Indeed it is by some authorities lhal the prevalence ol heri ncrl 13 (he ri suit nt ermine the cleaned rice. It is Frvid that Tajiri rirnly takes Iramcar. bill EOUJ on foot. on Ilr.e days be carries an umbrella or goes out with a nlacoal. made three decades ago. There Is a slory about Viscount Tajiri 2nd tiaron Sakatari. also a may- ol Toklo a few years ago. The lal- ler was once a protege o( the foTm- er. The two met at a formal tianqnet, wnerc it ncccascvy Is rrtit m aii appearance wearing A silk hat zuid a twallow-tail coat. The silk hat Vis- count Taiiri wore was old 'feihlonM aud faded, prohahiy a relic ti hia Yale liaron wishing lo Ihe farn'-of his forjntr hi-> Rired hnl Tor IhM Mahoftany or Black Walnut is an object of tut w. tmlp or dale cW Tke-McUjan is rightly called the ansloomt of phonogmrJw, for are ariginc. interpretations of thaw true PericJ principles -that hafle survived tl centuries Uur cstiners are dotinguisKed by wonderful ptecision nnd deleacy of workmansriip in rick Woods, finished in the most modem tints Rare craftsmanship K e-Jidenced by1 exactness in trtery ioint, in highly-finished surfeces, as even as a mirror The.; carvings are in real woods and are executed -with unusual sJuiL They are decided departures from the commonplace m Period Designs. Make jlour selection from our mnnjl netf versions, natural that the Mcljgan, a; an instrument of musical reproduction, should be in keeping tfitri its ertistic exterior. Long research has only" emphasized what should have been krvcrdn from the the sound chamber, like the "'cello or violin, should be of wood. Imagine a tin violin! The McLagan's pure, sweet, velvety tone could not be otherwise than completely1 satisfying: Through the delicate harmonizing of .generous-sized sound reproducer and tone arm, the music is amplified in sweetness, clearness and Volume. The McLagan jAtfs ALL disc records. It has an auto- matic has the most com- plete and convenient record fling fias every1 feature that can bring an instrument dose to is the aristo- crat among phonographs. or Solid Hear end inspect this, splen- did instrument. The McLagnn dealer will gladly1 play" your favorite grand opera, songs or orchestral numbers. Call on him. Qoetn Anne or Black Walnut THE GEORGE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH DIVISION STRATFORD George McLogan Fumilurc Company, Limited) CANADA 1Z BAWDEN BROS. AGENTS FOR LETH3RIDGE ;