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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f TWELVE THE DAILY HERALD NOYEMBEK 1918 Community Kitchen For Canada NOW HAS A THOUSAND PUBLIC KITCHENS IN UNITED 3TATM IS FOLLOWING SUIT AND NEW YORK IS IN VAN WrtH LAllQE NUMBER OF FOOD sec that it is Mscusslng tho question with a member of the Home Conservation Portion of the it ttaa learned that community kitclieirs are now In opera tion nil over tho United States and Hint one outstanding cnse of success nehievod is the Neighborhood Kitchen at which has boon run ning on a big scale since last It was organized Inst May by Louis Womens Out ml Commit too on Food ninco ab sorbed hi the Food An executive committee composed of the director of community the superintendent of the kitchen and n business govern with the help of nn advisory committee represent ing various local Tho I kitchen is situated in a factory dls Itrlct and in tho first five months no fewer than meals wore Lunches arc sent to the factories on but about sixty per of the business is based on the cash MilitS OFFER CUKRATIONIN on Govtrn meht Which Asks Thdr Aid In Problema the period ot the the various religious denominations appointed boards and committees military As an outcome pftliair activities a joint uponthe Dominion government In or der to discover haw far In what respect cooperation in possible forthe benefit of Canada during the period of dcmobllliatlon and The deputation consisted ot the fol lowing Right Bishop Church of Kngland war nor flee commission general superintendent Methodist secret ary national nervlco Prns fiytorlan Cluirch chairman army and navy and tho representing the Congregational union of They met the acting Sir Thomas who was accompanied by minister of and presi dent of tho privy The depu tation informed tho government that their purpose in conferringwas to of WHY A YOUNG MAN WITH A QINMAN NAMt WANTlO TO FltHt FOR AMERICA GevinMi mirnamesmean noth fn in he land which la supplying tho HIM mnterlnl to finish tho Hiin Is Han of community kitchen with a cafetorta capable of seating 60 By Ishbel Information Canada Food XBW com munity1 kitchen has paised tho experi mental stage here and has become part 01 the complex the It is now firmly established In the poorer quarters and Is regarded as more or lets ot a standing But the oomnnmtty kitchens of East New are ne nomawhat different from irhat community kitchens In Canadian cities are likely to be when they reach the experimental The serve the dual purpose of sup jttyinf food at a low rate to the pub lic and demonstrating to the women liow to prepare They show protoc regard for tie youngsters of the district and teach the foreignborn mothers how they should feed their abitdrea to keep them In anil carry The general plan ember of duly appointed is to patronize local retail merchants reoresenUtives of the for so that the kitchen need Congregational and Baptist to consider acfi elect a joint comtoission with the hope It was flnametltn the first place by IthiU other religious bodies would as a of and ot this sum themselves with the move expended on The not interfere with Uieir Method of Financing they do a great promiscuous things strictly aro not included in tho functions of comJ staff consists of two two clean munity They are really j n dish canteen more thaa food for practiciil iwnitress and Contain ers for the food arc provided by the customers Some of them meeting was called in Toronto in whatever servicesthey might he able to render at the important period in our national Want Aid of Churches ft transpired during the interview that tho government baa intended to secure the aid of the churches in the solution of the problems arising out of repatriation and The The after duly organiz appointed ft delegation to wait commission having anticipated thojtiou all phases of national activities wish of tho government in this rej affecting culture for n furlough from tho ln pnrtmont In order to Join the tighten in Is part of his letter I havo several for dosirinr to enter the The first nnd mall reason Is because t bejleve my sorvlo na would bo more valuable to the com try Imo In the Army than it My second a sentimental Mj f born In In llu proved agnln by ft young At the of 17 years he ran whose father wan Jwrn ftwty ftontrtJerniany to keep from be He aprlleti In the of forcttl the that WBB tO RH W88 PTOVCd deputation met with the most llls tpuryoar rtcord In the Civil cordial reception and the acting prem ln whlch je attained the rank of ler outlined several nervices but because he could not atand the churches might render the conn tho autocratic government of try wllh tho govern country in which he Was If ment during tho period of reoonstruo wero nllvo he novcr tw Sir Thomas White ashed tho depu tation to further confer with of the government com mittee on repatriation and employ At this interview the indepen dence of church and state in tho task I of rehabilitation was more fully cussed and the members of tho depuj tatlon state that they wore impressed by tho scope and the thoroughness ot tho plans of the government which they say have taken under consldmn mo for not doing some active share in a fighting branch ot tha Army to help stamp out the rule ol night of the Prussian He got his furlough from the do VICTIMS TLU South gov ernorgeneral of South today that the number of deaths from Influenia among and natives of South Africa was estimated at development of the community kitch en idea but it is left to local enter prise to get one started and then to Watch the Tongue of your Young Your little Pets need Cascareta Children think Cascarets just They are safe and mild cathartic Sell for a every help and advice aro dispensed as getx erouily as things to but youve saved my boys Jinve been provided with three meals an Italian woman sobbed to one of the j a a period of four at workers in tha i an average expenditure ot ten cents And all I had vouchsafed per person for each the narrator of tho was tn j An interesting feature of the St show that woman how to use milk In Louis Neighborhood Kitchen is the puddings and Her little boy emphasis placed on catering to the wag sick from lack of children of the There is what He would not drink milk and she had is the childrens not known that could giro it to At a raeal ot him in puddings and meat potatoes and pud Many Kitehent Operating I dings is given them for ten Af Tne United States Food Administra1 ter five and tencent lunches tlon tajing ji keen interest m the I are Commercial firms have themselves in this end ot the work to the extent ofdonating such supplies as cocoa and malted milk for the childrens Cafeteria Most Profitable There are many variations of the community kitchen but the combina tion of general catering and a public cafeteria would appear to be the most practical for Canadian Loca tion is of the first importance and the choice of a skilled woman to conduct the It is through local enter prise that the kitchens can be started and sustained in any The women of Ottawa and Toronto have been making definite plans towards this end remembering suc cess which attended the community canning there seems no rea son why public food centres should not prove eijnally satisfactory in the saving of time and During the coming winter the need for conservation will be as great as ever and relaxation of effort is un thinkable until we are assured that Europe has plenty of food to go varieties of community kitchens may be grouped as follows H Educational kitchen for demonsf tration either seasonal or permanent i2 canning kitchen strictly seasonal 3 dehydrating kit chen 4i kitchen combining canning and drying with cooking and baking 5 cooked food centre for thesale or distribution of The National Kitchens of Britain are a somewhat different proposition from the community kitchens of this They arp financed by the j Government in the first on the understanding that the loans would be j repaid within ten In most public biltltlings were given over to tlic So successful has the movement been that training cen tres are now being opened for man ageresses and The who must be welleducated and have some knowledge of domestic are to be given a months training at MOTHERS Clean the cloggedup Do away with the bile fermentations and constipation poison which is keeping your one feverish and Children love because to them it is like eating Cascarets act better than castor calomel of pills on the tender liver and Cascarets never never and do not disappoint the worried Give harmless one of tlie national kitchens under a Cascarets to children one year old and Each ten cent contains full BABY WILL ENJOY ITS OUTING IN A MOTHER HUBBARD PADDED SHOE THE COLDEST wind will blow in vain when baby takes Us outing in a Mother Hubbard Padded Nor do you have to dress baby specially Initseveryday just stfp the little treasure into its own cosy Mother Hubbard unencumbered but withal warm and baby can kick to its hearts Scientific and sanitary the Mother Hubbard Shoe is adjustable to babies of all At Your Furniture or Dry Goods Store WJUTLA moiNJraf MAMROBA practical Then they will be given popts as manageresses of There are no fewer than public kitchens operating in Bri tain MAYOR TOKIO He is Held to be Something Character in Japan of SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME Imperial Limited to Montreal IN Eastern Canada Double Daily Train Service Corresponding to Other Eastern Points Double Daily Train Service TransCanada to Toronto Comfortable Travel on the Worlds Greatest Highway Compartment Observation Tourist Excellent Dining Car Tiekttf sold during December arc good for 60 Extension will be granite by a payment of for each extra fifteen FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 512 t DISTRICT PASSENGER Viscouni Inajiro the now of is something of a He was born in 1850 mid received part of his education at tho but was gradu ated from Yale University in It is said thai when he first went back from the States he was a styl ish young of the land known in Japan but he duvelop od lulu a kind of plain Spartan lie has boon to gut up ev ery morning ut and set about his morning labor at Like Glad he engages In cutting wood and does a farmers work in his own gar He raises all the vegetables con sumed in hisown After Viscount Tajiri has done a certain amount of work in the garden he sitK down to a breakfast of un cleaned slices of pickled radish daikon and a bowl of soup called The as a pre fer cleaned which is more pala table but the nutleaned ia cheaper aruj contaiiiK more it is asserted by KOIIIU authorities that the prevalence of beri bori Is the re sult of eating the cleaned It is said that Tajiri rarely takes a but goes on lOven on fine days he carries an umbrella or goes out with a raincoat made three decades There is a story about Viscount Tajiri and Ilaron also a may or of Tokio a few years ihe lat ter was once a protege of the form The two met at a formal wliTe it was necessary to iiut ili an HIUiearancH wearing a silk hat ajad a swallowtail The Hilk hat Vis count Tajiri wore was old fashioned and probably a relic of his Yale Haroii wishing lit tiie his IojMner exchanged his own good hut for tUol old one The Aristocrat of Phonographs Chippendale Mahogany or Black Walnut HY is it tKat one wearies of certain objects of hotfetfer costty may even though lower in seem netfer to but to enhance in charm with the years Something surely The reason design ancl expert rWhile ttye or the nondescript Period Designs have survived frqtf the times of and Queen Anne and Louis Phonograph Chippendale Mahogany or Black Walnut is an object of art as as an original Sheraton or Chippen dale McLagan is rightly called the aristocrat of for its designs are interpretations of true Period principles that ruve survived tl Our cabinets are distinguished by wonderful precision and delicacy of workmanship in rich finished in the most modern Rare craftsmanship is evidenced exactness in eJery in highlyfinished as even as a The carvings are in real woods and are executed with unusual skilL They are decided departures from the commonplace in Period Make selection from our nerrt natural that the as an instrument of musical should be in keeping tfith its artistic Long research has onty emphasized what should have been knovta from the the sound like the cello or should be of Imagine a tin violin The McLagans velvety tone could not be otherwise than Through the delicate harmonizing of generoussized sound reproducer and tone the music is amplified in clearness and Gothic Oak or Solid Mahoftany The McLagan ALL disc It has an auto matic has the most com plete and convenient record filing has ever feature that can bring an instrument close to is trulj the aristo crat among Hear and inspect this splen did The McLagan dealer will gladty pla your favorite grand songs or orchestral Call on Queen Anne Mahogany or Black Walnut THE GEORGE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH DIVISION STRATFORD The George McLagan Furniture Limited CANADA i i BAWDEN AGENTS FOR UTHBR1PGE ;