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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta YfODAX OCTOBER O, THE LEThBRIDOE'DAILY' HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN r MILADI >HOKB .Daily Fashion By Certrui'.e Bereaford I OCTOBKR Tin wood Tree, la, the The sunahiae of the iumnier days, a bloswas, to fo'rcklon -In Joy .'CaoWr moraine you know, and toe -lornjl- i Giod To'lces' o( i the voodlud; iolt :coinB tlej-Valng.j We earner In our forest slore against the For we .ira-. Auiunm's Larveslera While all around, iml up cbbvc, Ihe Arid make the gold and jiwebj In j rmlnt'ow. ot-the In' Canadian Home Journill.f A! Y.'P. A. held a1 very success- ul meetfcg last evening In St. Aug. i's ckarci. Finili arrangements or Harvest Hoine anpper which s to be ftyea .October to, in' Knox church basement 'were Bade. Sapper will, be' served at 7 'clock and' a BBaall; charge' be made. ..Children 'owr. 11. years of age re cordially welcome provided the; jra. accompanied by their parents. A aditl, program. .of sons and mas'lc a pVepared and every Angllcas lo attend. This Han'ejf loma its kind hat has ever 'been" by the Al'V. P. asked "-_to help owards Its snccens. AH -loners of stables are requeated 'to 'leave sanie t tie church not later than 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The assocla; Ion have also decided "fd'gfve a Mas: ineradc'danco'ln the. Masonic' hall oh 'JoTcinber 4th. Til a church muacll of St. Angns- t 'PERSONAL i, and Mri, p. N. Hlginbothauj re turned.to-their home In Edmonton jcstertey aiteroocn. Miss ;A. Sy.dil, has returned home hiving sufficiently -'recovered from her recent. operstten. -Mrs. W. H-vWrnrt with, her ifttli daughter has returned to (he c.Hy froin Nemijkam, where Bhe has bton vfsitlnir'Jier parents. Mr. P. A. Norrlj ot MJlk Rlrer is a the city today. Mr. ani Mrs. Charles havi rempved 'from'the Dunham'residence to 1504 Ayenns. .i Miss isaoei who ha Veen tlie "guest' of Miss her home in .Toronto yes- She was accompanied as fa i'as Medicine- Hat by Miss Young. Mr. Mrsi-iHr' Hudson who hav the former's parents !n !8 o o AND SOCIETIES 4 Jack Ross Chapter, I. 0: D. E., will be held tomorrow, Saturday, at 3 o'clock at the horte of Mrs. Frert Hick, 604 6th Street Mrs. C. Watson's section of the Rebekah.i will meet at the home of Mrs. Steele; 612 6th. St. Booth, Friday evening. ATTRACTIVE JERSEY DRESS H6w to Keep (By Brlce Belden, M.D.) in's chnrch will meet tonight, Fridqj, This clever Httla frock ot uavy blue n the EL Angustin's hall at 8 sharp: jersey is one that will be particularly liked by. young business and college An executive meeting of the Major] girls; it is made from a veryjlne TO THE HOUSEWIFE TIPS tf e, .j. When mating Jelly, not ndvla- nble to boil more than four.cuptu.l3 of juice at a v The greater the volume of any given lijuld, the longer the time.required to reduce the amount. 'Prolonged cook- nK makes a darker colored jelly. Apple jelly quickly cooked will be a pale .amber in'color, but if there is a !ct-'o? juice cooked at once, the jelly becomes almost a dark topaz. To Make.Apple Jelly .Choose tart apples' not pier-ripe. When the. lato Osier said that ad teeth were causing more ill health mil misery in the world than Etroag drink it seemed an exaggerated state- ment, but new facts are tending more and more to confirm Osier's view. In a largo .Idsauo asylum ill Jersey practically halfrtf thu iimates j been restored to comparative i wealth almPlr through the eliminallon of Infected teeth. human mouth Is en InculaUng oven-for bacteria, which play a psrt lu the production .of ulcers in the stem- ich and totestUiea, .gall bladder lnfec-{ lions, appendicitis, colitis, autointoric- atlon, rheuuialtsm, heart disease and notirilis. hot to speak of dental decay, Rlgg's disease aiidr3bsce33 at th? roots of the' teeth. -.The o( course are 'regularly Infected' by this route. and In return all too frequently, In- 1 feet remolo organs' and tissues. arid tho dentists In the United dental" decay and lligg-s ills- ea so. are- increasing at a great so that some pSsjlmistic sdcnilsUl are predicting a toothless race. Wat is the matter with the teeth o! the American-, people! We shall outilfleWinio ot tho prin- cipal reasons detorfora-. tion: We eat We eat soli food, in order to avoid using the teeth. We do not got enough lime in our food. Tha foodslnffs preferred by most cltiieris are' "almost entirely lacking in lime, .without which our teeth cannot be kent in good repair. We do not eat'eiiougli roughage, the consequence of which is -a tendency intestinal stagnation and autoin- icallon, with foulness pt the mouth, which still further "flavors the growth of Uurltul germs. We need more coarse food and also line jo i i'JPU- toxii rollk and ejgs, which .aro rich in lime. weave of jersey in the always p lar shade of navy blue. Cut on tho straight llnes.'lhat are favored by men of athletic build, a pleasing touch ot color Is Introduced by the use ot pale blue Jersey. ;Thls.Is chosen to outline the long V-shaped opening. and: Iho plain vestee. It Is cral cases of malnutrition .hare been slsd favored for iiio cults mid collar, discovered and diets have been or- ThV latter, however, is further en- result thnt a marked riched by black silk'stitching. A nar- 'mproreracnt haa; been made, row leather belt thickly studded with nail heads adds interest to the cos- luriic.. The hat of.black velvet is em- broidered with white angora. been added to England's army. Pro- In Medicine Hat on the opening day there a steady procession of chil- dren, more than .fifty children being recorded, and an esctra clinic had to be held the following, day. in order to attend to all cuscs. The two nurses In charge will follow up these cases natal care, avoidance of injury homo visits. birth, proper nourishment during in-i Both clinics are opened Tuesday fancy and childhood periods are ot and Friday for child welfare work and vital Importance to the future of overy Wednesday child and it is for these reasons that tlons..-: the child welfare clinics will do a work the value' of 'which can. only pe estimated -In human be taught these vital facts, nurses will follow, up the cases In the..' giving practical care, j for pre-natal consiiita- Wash and cut out any dark spots, but This knowledge 'will' spread and tliu; do not pare or core. Cut into eighths, result will be a healthier generation. i. That: .these baby clinics are being appreciated and used in these cities T Friends-.of .'Jirs.-'A. W. Caifier': (ne learn with sincere re- gret that 'she u ill with typhoid Jeve: i Mr. and Mrs. H, Caller vrho near m 'til city i-; .c f Nursing Elsier N. Ounn, arrived I the cily today lo tbe position night supervisor In Ihe Gait Hospita Mr. arid.Mrs., and daughter, of iLelhbrldge, .'are. iruests of Mr. and Mrs. Ef. H. Capers, at the ICcntncky River Times. After leaving Medicine Hat, Mr. arid Mra. E. Jarrelt, of Toronto, are spend- ing -j short time In Lethbrtdge, where they are gaeata of Mra. .P. Ftorster and Mrr. Fetiorly. They will go en from there to Hat News.': Miss Hamilton, formerly of Ijethbrldge, now of has re- turned, to; the city to compXa the year of her conne at the univer- Journal. Inspector J. A. Smith Is inspecting High Schools in Macleod and Leth bridge Albor'ju. O 4 4 WEDDINOft A KNUTSHN On September tlstj a I Medicine' Hal, Alberta, John OUen Brasted Knnt sm, bolli of AlkerU, irere trait- In marrUfe by Rev. R. H. MacKin WANSON At the of the brkls'i parents 415 Sefentn Hat, 01 Wednesday, September 29th, Kleanor M. Manson was unltod In mar Alfwlft. Rev. Thos. Wilson of SI rligt to Mr. Ucorgc Hltson, ot Cdwley John's church, Modicino Hat, perform CA thft .ceroirMny In the prewncfr o tbe fatpyy Immoaialn frleals. POSTUM CEREAL insteadofcaffee A pore cereal drink that makes you sleep beftst and feel better This original form of Poitum must' bo a full fvteea mfaotes. Mfnoea everywhere Put s, granltainiesfiivlng-JcetUe. with w afer, "to allow the frill tplcodk 'lender 'Without buTnlng. Drain jnlce. To each cup. of juice, use' granulated sugar..- Boil the juice 10 or Is nunu'les b'efore adding the sugar, as sngar and juice boiled long together also makes a darker Jelly Add sugar slowly and boll steadily un- til- the -liquid. a teaspoon-. ful la taken' out and quickly cooled in a saucer..- r. IT- Many recipes say "boil 20 minutes." Sometimes jelly will "jell" at the end of 20 minutes, and sometimes It won't. Fory ripe fruit requires longer. cook- n'g than perfectly or under-ripe fruit. 'hereforo tho jeliy-iiiaker must use er owu judgment as to wlien her jelly s done. All scum should, be ''removed as It Ises to the top .of thb h'olltng syrup. Very carefnl jelly-makers strain Iho elly tnrongh straining cloth before ratting it into :glasseB. To do Ihis, wring the cloth out of warm water, stretch over a pitcher or a slew pan hat will poor well. Pmir the boiling Iqnld through the cloth, ft will ran hrough rapidly and should be pored ramedialely into the jelly glasses. The elly is really much clearer and spark- ing and amply extra work. Jt a few sprigs of mint are put In he straining cloth and the hot juice ponred over them, a delicious snggm- lon of mint Is given lo Ihe jelly. This ally Is specially nice lo serve with lamb or mutlon. Peaches willnol maie jelly all by themselves, but if added to apples, a perfect Jelly can be made. Pears will not make a firm Jelly un- less some tart fruit la added. I'loms and pears cooked together mafce. An awfully good1 jelly with' a different flavor. If the jelly seems a little too let it sUnd In a sunny win- Tfrfor two or three days with a rnoaaalto netting stretched is spowTuby the fact that in Kdmnn-' ton during tho month of August there: was a total of ninety babies examined, t this being followed up by 110 visits and an attendance of 49 children of i the ages from two to sit.years, this j followed by 63 home visfts. Miss B. Kmersqn'in-maklnB her re- port for, August 6C the Edmonton clinic says that where'infant feedings have been ordered the mother has been requested to bring the child in every week or nt a larger Interval, ac- cording'lb 'tho needs of the caso and In every case there has been a decided increase in weight and an improve- ment in the general condition of the child. Amonirtlie- preschool children BOV- of Enviable Reputation Jellies, preserves, jams and con- serves help' out many a meal In winter. Child Welfare Clinics Healthy mcthore .to better Is one of tie alma of the De- partment of Public Health ot Alberta and thl> IB finding practical expression in'the wUbUahtng ot child welfare and pre-natal ellnlci In the various contrcj) of province. This was started last July clinics have been established in two cities, Edmon- ton and Medicino Hat. Kdmonton was opened In Ihe Williamson DIock the latter part of July, and Medicine iJa'. lu the now cnurthoute tho early part ot September. the progressive polity of Hon. C. R. Milchell, the new minister ol rmbHc health, other clinic! will bo opened In various lowna nnri cities aa soon QB satisfactory arrange men Is can lie mule. .The necessity for theso child-wol- tar? clinics has'arisen bcttiuao of Iho Ugh death rato ot Infants under one year ot ago. Statistics show lint the physical defcctusof many men who were rejected In the army could havo been remedied in early childhood and that another million men might havo WE HAVE just received a Ml line of Bulbs and offer the, following for' winter and spring blooming. Hyacinths, Red, White, Blue afld Pink. Each, Tulips, early flowering, for the house, dozen Darwin Tulips, for out- side garden. Per doz. Narcissus (Daffodils) single and Per dozen Perennials for fall planting. Each Peonys, Red, White and Pink. Each. Place early while Ihd wealhor ID favorable for planting. Frache Bros. 10C3 The Store of Truthful Advertising GLASSWARE SPECIALS Hers aro somo good specials for Saturday's selling only. These articles are excellent quality and are.priced very mod- erately. To brighten up the home for the fall and winter months you should have pretty curcains and drapes on yoia and hand- some hangings in your arch- H'ays. We will- ing to show.you our stock, and help in your selections. THE FOLLOWING LIST WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF OUR LARGE RANGE AND REASONABLE PRICES Salt anil Pepper Bhak- ore; Heavy Hotel Weight .Tumblers, each.... Medium Weight Tumblers, 1 fluted sides, each ........j... 7-liieco Berry Sets, fanu glass, set ...S...... Open Sugars, each......... Berry Bowls, each........ .26c Artistic Draperies CRETONNES In the newest combinations ot colors and tho latest patterns. 30 Inches to 38 inches '.vide, and Priced from 70c per yard to per yard. CASEMENT CLOTH In green, blue, ecru, trown and old rose colors. EQ- inches vride. Pricr per yard. Plain Colored Voiles In cream .and, ecru colors. Narrow and wide borders. 80c and 85c per yard Aimure Cloth For heavy hangings in old rose, blue and brown. 40 Inches wide. per yard Extra Heavy Shadow Cloths In a splendid- rango ot colors and designs. 50 inches wide. per yard THE NEWEST IN MADRAS CURTAIN GOODS The pattern Is !n grey on a black groiind with enough colors .worked In to mike .it a lovely curtain. 46 Jncliea wide and only-1 per yard Saturday Specials in Shoes Broken Lines in Ladies' Boots and Pumps All sizes In the lot, but not in rf> J QP each line.................... Men's Work Boots and Black'Chrome leather uppers with good solid oat Qp leather spies Ladies' Spats Fawn, brown, tnn, pearl gvey, castor and taupe shades. All sizes. A, B, G and D. A Holeprpof Lisle Hose With Ihe 'tops. The most satisfactory Ifsle hose-on the market. Our Special Price, or pair........................, Jl.fcJ TRUNK SPECIAL 36 inch canvas covered large box with heavy steel, binding. Elm with protector clamp. Two leather straps, strong lock and bolts. Fancy paper lining with two trays. This is an excepllonal'bargain. Price for SUIT' CASE SPECIAL This is i splendid .brown leather suit case and will give every satisfaction. Brown leather with heavy scalloped binding. Large corners. Extra wide leath- er straps. Cloth lining with pocket. Price for Satur- day- Ladies'Boots With medium walking and Louis heels, and jjood sown soles. Black and brown shades ot kid and'calf leathers. All No Luxury Tax on These Prices Big Boys' School Shoes Brown caU.. leathers with. good sewn soles. Made, in dressy styles. Sizes C to 8. Great Children s Hosiery Bargain About 200 pair? ol 'Children'sHeavy Cotton jffbued'il'ose! Sizes SIS, 5 good hard we'prlnfequallty for either boys or girls. Good black and-old value at'55c and GOc pair. To Clear Out This Week at, pair wooL Ll sizes 9 Splendid .wearing .quality. Worth today pair. About 50 pairs left over from last writer's' stock. These must- be cleared to make room for stock. 'Ajgreat bargain today at the special clearance price of, pair PHOENIX SILK HOSE Thcro are more pairs ot Pltoenlx Hose sold in the Stales than any other there IB a good reason. It Is perfect. We havo them at the old p'rlce In black, while and brown, at, dMi Q e pair J.. BOYS' COMBINATIONS Union mftde, from yarns, unshrinkable, tfnnlili and flHInB, Tiger brand. Slzua 22 to 32. Snlurday Special QBENESSAffiSTOIHEAnRACT- OF THESE COATS AND SUITS FUR TRIMMED COATS PRICED A Q r A EXTRA SPECIAL.....- Smarlly mailo coals in a large model of splendid quality wool relour, wllh all round bells, patch pockets and deep collar ol seal; colors ot brown, burgundy anil navy; lined throughout wllh fancy tloworcd silk. CQ A very unusual value, at.................................... FUR TRIMMED. VELOUR SUITS, MODERATELY PRICED SMART DRESSES FOR AFTERNOON WEAR Many styles Included In this smart advance Including some most attractive models in tattcla, soft satlni) with pleated skirts and pretty embroidery trim- ming. Only one or two of each slylo. These are (ho best values wo have shown tor sometime. WOMEN'S ANDMISSES' COATS Smart styles, featuring new col- lars, pockets and belts: niftdo of and fancy twcntlu, wiih TiOvnlly choker collar, niKlan tilfft1 na vi'.in dccti culf; trrjidi bflcfc; narro-v s-jlf r' Irlmmctl -ni- tons. Colors brovi, T'oKin tnfxturis, SPECIAL IPn f o Pair ot Modart Corsets TO SELL FOR Wo nro cllBconllnnlng lliree Hncs In our Modarts, courtoal anil white hochti. These are the best that can be procured in the Slalos and any ono who wants lo try n Mo- dart Corset, nnd tho very .at n vary. low price, coil at tho "Bay" Saturday morning. All coraels at this' sale tilted by ari-fx- pert. to tor front laco raotl- els. Price LADIES'GLOVES In fine'Suedo and Wash Kids. In new shades for the well dressed lady. All sizes in grey, c'nnm- paigne or brown. With tho new gauntlets, 50 large Comforters covered with fancy Paisley Chintz, 5'y2 feet by feet. Worth each today. To clear'at; eaCll Oisr Boys and Men's Departments Have More and Better Qotliing and Furnishings Than Ever Before. It Would Pay You To Look Them Over. MEN'S FELT HATS Hals thnt are both In price and slylo; we have an assort- ment of makes here; some ore Stetson, Buckley and King- names that sure sell tho hat alona. Prices From to COLORS ;