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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOHKK 3, 1917 Tim UvniisnjpGK. DAILY PAGE NINE COATS For Every P lot dreuwcir; coalcll, hare raent'oss iUya? flei'auge Canada and (be United llalca uiUEl furnish 400 million LusL- 1s of wheat lq Iho If we continue using' the usual mount consumed wo ulial) full short. ul U we reduce the quantity used by lie-sixth we dball guarantee Success or our armies fn tbo field. 'Tlio British loaf 6l warbread will ID the eald Lloyd George. lint war bread fa'like; la I old by Punch." u-bo nildi 'Ml Orlt will do It, wo aerco." However, wo lo Canada jro noi yet asked to csl must not err to fir on (he oilier side, ut romciabwr "Hat, not Ihe food we cat, tut liml wMcli wo digest la sQclal food, and no mailer bow Iho coarjjcr breads may bo we do not vant them, nor would li )0 lu tbo best Interests of Uealtli to ive tbeiu appearing al every meal Tbo follov-'lng broads will not only vary our diet but will liolp UB save the cup of flour wblch to each ot us means so little but In Iho aggregate will go far lo bringing about the desired re- so next time you moke wbUa jreud Oatmeal Dread rolled oats 3 .cups, boiling water 1 Ublcspoonful lard 1 sail ft yeast cake 1 lablcspoonful lukewarm water. ft cup molnsEcs (scant) Flour Put and salt in mix log bowl, pour on boiling-water, stir well and let Eland until lukewarm, a till molasses and infied -with Juke warm ivalcr. Stir la enough Hour to tuaho a thick Italic r, beat well then stir in enough flour to make a sofl dough; knead anil lot rise till double In bulk; knead again, slope into loaves, put In greased pans and lei rlee again. Bake aa wlilte bread. [n at) breads maile wHh cereals, di rot Juiead aa stiff as for while'bread The uext week Rye Bread 1 cup scalded milk 1 cup boiling water 1 tabJcspootiful lard 2 lablespDQjiful brown sugnr 1 lablesnotmful salt 'A. J'casl cake H cup luKcwarm water 3 cups flour Jlyc Msal MaKo a sponge liy mixing mlJJi water. ?ard and sugar, when lukewarm with -yeast and rlso antl Kghl. Add rye meal until dough 1 stiff enough (o knead; lot rise again then shape inlo loaTea and contlnu as for, while bread; ivatcr may bo InsledR'ofmilk.'bu' milk adds lo U nutritive value. Some Tor supper try corn meal muffins. Hcmcmbcr buUermU' fs jusl (lie prlrc-ul milk aii-lyca he usc-rl Instead of sweet milk for biuf fics, blscplLs, grlddlo cakea'au'U Eom j. r Corn Meal Muttmi' X cup Corn Meal 1% cup flour y leaspponful sail Vi tcaspooulul baking soda 2 tcaspoonfiil baking powder 1 cup -buttermilk 1 toblespoonful melted Tiuller or lari Mti and sift dry ingredients, ad milk, egg (well and incite butler or lard. Flake In greased imif fih this In n moderate voor 20-25 mtti utcs. This makes one dozen. K swcc mlU: used omit soda and 'add 1 tea spoonful more of baking powder. "Seal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade coffee uniform in quality and always delicious. Don't take any always insist on having "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. I 1 pound llns. line ground for Pcrcolilpn. Never told in bulk. ui CHASE SANBORN. MONTREAl- Your Soldier Friend .M r. will appreciate your Photo more than.. any other Xrrias Gift you could send JUST IIMOINE HOW PLEASED HE WOULD BE TO DISCOVER A' PHOTOORAPH OF HIS DEAF) ONES OR FRIENDS IN HIS XMAS. PARCEL. WE HAVE ALL THE NEWEST IDEAS AND SIZES. IT'S TIME NOW TO HAVE THE. PLATE, MADE BE llENT ABOUT NOVEMBER, The Allison Portrait Stiidio BLOCK LETHBRIDQE MILADI s PHONE Jlrs. a II. Wny U ilslllag her aughttr, Mrs. II. U. McF.lyea. I Mr. .Alci, G. Robertson. Jr., bat turned lu Kdmonton for'Uls second car at University. The Central W. C. T. U. will meel Diner-row at 3 p m. at lUo home of Irs. lYIildiUiiEton. 620 Hlh street X. U are requested lo bring Ciltablca cr Hcil Croaa sevflnE. TUe ladles society lo llie B. of L. ami K. will hold iliclr regular DB loalaM In the I. 0. O. K. Uail t 7.30 o'clock sharp. t t Victoria, Lodfjc No. 116, U O. tl. A., Ill meet In the Moose Kail lomoy- ow night al 8 o'clock. Tho first de- reo will bo conferred. ,DD MILADI There will bo a.iliowor for ttio 'hrlsinins boxeg for" llie aolillera, la lie Kim llapllsl Churcl. nil Thursday tier noon from 4 to G. Ico cream and will screed. ,UI eslroua of contribuUnj; to this ky cause can leave donations at Iho hurcli. A free will offering :vlH bo afcen ID defray cost of postage. The Daughters ami Maids of Eng- rmd held a very successful wlilel Jrlvc anil dance ID (lie S. O. E. hall nsl night. .Tivcli'o tables ivcrc lu ilay for wfilst. Mrs. .Steel winning tic ladles let firlre. Mrs, A. Arnold lio second. Mr. UculcoU won the getils 1st prize and Air. .G. Binning nrj. While tlic consp'laiJon's went lo Irs. Kellly and .Mi: Carlson. Quito a number came In later for Hie rtauc- R. It is expected that a sum II) be cleared for Ibo tobacco Idr ho boya at Ino front. D "Socks nnd ijioj-n socks" Is ft most irgonl call 'from "every whero in Ihe near approach ot ler the needs-of our men are In- creasing and soldiers lately returned rom overseas lell us that coralortG socks, etc.) reaching tlie trenches during Ihe next-three months will ba loubly welcome. The Sir Alexander Gall Chanter 1, 0. D. E., Is enilcavor- ng to at'least double their monthly YilpDJents (or October and November. present 200 pairs of socks are ng scnl each month by post direct- o as many Lcthbrldgc men as can be reached. Sending the rare els in thia way has proved n TOOEI satisfactory uetliod, letters of llianfcs having been received In' many casca wlllrin sli weeks. If .the Intention of sending 100 pairs-per .week Is to be carried out we will need Hie co-operation'of tho.knitters of Loth bridge. The chap; had most ficncrona 'help In .be past anil feel .confident that nil who, can will try and: knit at least erne''pair of socks-a. month for the icxt Iwo months. Wool will lie giv- en out on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10.lo 12 and 2 to 6 at 423 3th Street south, or "If uuablft to come (or It, by phoning it will lie delivered. K. J- Sehl and U. II. Ixmg arc spending a few days with [Jr. A. U, Itobcrlsou at his ranch, Haley, lire, D. A. Taylor will recdvn on Friday p.m.., also the jst FrUay of cli> Mrs. Stanley Peacock and two daughters and Sirs. Mcdrogor return- ed today from a raootlis sojourn la Tho regular meeting of tho Knox lauiea aid be held la Ihe school- room Thursday afternoon at 't. The UJtcs bre askecl to briny IheJr lliltu- Mrs. Maxwell's section of the lie vakalnj will meet with. Mrs. Jluui- inoud, C09 Tth St. south, Thursday olght at J5 o'clock. All members are requested lo alt end. Mrs. Dclwller and .Mrs. E. Hum- phries, who arc allenilluf Ihe 1'rovlu- clal W- C. T. U. convention IQ )M- monton, arb Jho guests' ol Mrs, Ham lit on, while in tlie capital REPORT OF TRAVELERS AID FOR ,f SEPTEMBER Trains met, 20511" people arrived, 76, of whom 14 wore VOUDB tlrls; women In Ileglna wrote Traveler's Aid and asked nor lo meet young coioJng on south train and put her on train going cast at 1.45. Woman came Inlo llie city on train from Ihc west, could not spc'at English. Travelers A14 look her homo with her tor ntglit Ihcu assisted liir to find friends next day, Mary Cameron, Travelers Aid. WAR MENU FOR THURSDAY BreaVfait Oatmeal Porridge Milk Sugar Toast Marmalade Tea or Coffee Luncheon Salmon Lo-f Mashed Potatoes Sliced Cornmcal Gcnis Butler Sugar Milk Dinner IJolJlopst ot Dcct naked Polaioes "Boiled" Cornstarch Pudding Sugar The recipes Salmon Ixiaf am the method of cooking Pot Roast fol low: Salmon cups salmon, cup while sauce, IV- cups UoHccl rice Lino a greased hakcr with liollct rice to a depth of one-hnlf inch. Pu the salmon in llie1 centre of the dish Cover with tho rice and heal Ihor ouglily In the oven. Turn out onto a platler, and serve with While Sauce around il. Pot a lean, piece ol meat aa Rump. Put into llic bollon of Ihe pot a granite saucer or rach to Jtecp (he mest fMm'louclilrig Ih'c'bot loni of the pot. Set the meat on the eaucer Pul In a verj' small quantlt} of_water, and enongb to prevent: ..JJoVer very' closeli and cook, over Iho.rirc until, cooiet fhrQUgboul. For this an pot la best, and is should .have a very close cover. L Slates, maintaining that II would be lo swop horses cross ag a stream ana dangerous lo go in 'or new ventures when Iho main ob [ect should be to see the war trough :o a successful Issue. UBY London, Oct- I (By Flenlcr's Aeency) the opening of llic South can riirty Pretoria, Chair- man Van Keerdon, minister of agri- culture, dealing1 wllh. the subjecl of Industries, congralulalcd the country on its great progress and unprecedent- ed prosperity. General Dotha, course of aildress, empliaslzcd llie facl Dial the war had been forcsA on Ihc allies arid (lial Ihe only thing lo do now was lo fight lo the finish. An Inconclusive peace, ho said, would only mean an- other antl a greater war, which would fllllule a great'menace ID Africa; t the he slalcd, "be one of benefit to the whole world and which l enable every country lo shape Its destiny on a sound' basis." i'( Helen-Inn lo republican propagflriifa Jn South Africa, Premier" nolha" stated lhat the rJcoplo of Soulh Africa lived under a constitution which granted ovfiry klnrt of liberty. H now seemeri, he said, aa though Ihc de- elrcd to Irpak down the constitution which Ihcy Hicmaelreg had helped lo flrull. The nttlonnllats, he asserted, were not In earnest, Inil only wished to gain a few voles, lie was second .to nono Iti love Tor tho sya- tcm, he wnrned the propagnndlsls lliaL they wcro playing with flre. In conclusion, Prcmtur Botha dented riimora of coalition with Ihc Uni Last nSghl Prof- Alexander gavv an oilier fine the Y. M. C A. on "Success and He held UITCC things necessary fo study and practice By rlghlly understanding tha natura Forces could mlcUlgently dlrcc Ihc study and thus 'ingure success Many were tor ceil alone; lines fo which, they had no hplllude and be came failures or sue ceasea; while In'rlgrrt nave, been enllro Man proved tailurea because Ihcy ncrc rUted themselrcs for Ihelr worl Prof. ,T4mc9 said most men no more- than one-tenth of their rca power. The Incompelent of toilR was "IXfi the ireak of (lie paal. TQ many were looking .for soft join Earnestness, thoroughness and ?OT lor .one's work would wtn. The let lure -was filled with witty saying nd strong common 'sense and (I Tid fence showed 11s apprcclntli throughout. There wilt be another free Iccln tonight on "How (o -Read Chamcl by :and lhoj.8 "n have not heard theso "ectures" aho... do so. [Iti Icclores" nlgli and on Sunday he Trill lecture lo me al 3 p.m. and 3.30 p.m. pn "He and Social At Sfarlon Tlietlre, VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FlHST CLASS. 201) Luxuriously lur- ntshed rooms. One block from Holel, In Iho heart of Iho up-town business section, lloom rales; flTOO nnd-fl.fiD Only, The Woods Hotffl IURKON VancouVcr'fl oldeet and hest known' hotel. In the. henrt of down-lawn buR- lncB3 section (next B. C. ne- Donhle, Jl.uO W. D. Wood, Mr. Write for raserra- Makes muscle for the munition worker The Great Food Drink Most drinks arc mere stimulants: FRY'S Cocoa, however, is a complete food in itself.-1.-It acts quickly too. Tired muscles are nourished nerves are fed and blood is enriched by this delicious beverage much quicker than with ordinary foods, and at less cost. Of course, _' will do bid FRY'S LITHUANIANS WANT INDEPENDENCE, TOO Stockholm, Oct. Jolin pas, has been la consultation wllli and Leila in various parts of-llussia, rvrrlrcd yesterday In KIOCK- nntl repuesled American Ambas- or Slorrls lo Ira'nsmlt to President Wilson a memorial selling Torth Ihis natiomil program of L'JCSC peoples anil jegglng Jifni to'support it. They dc- uar.U coinplctt) indepenilonce, tho rignt ID establish their own govern- nenl ami repreacnlallon in the cvcn- .ua) pence, Their iDrritor- VUID re-establlsh- ncnt of a greater part o[ the territory ost which would take lu a population of Lithuanians. Lctta and other races. DIG INCREASE. Montreal, Oct. was announc- ed at the head office of llio Sun LUo Assurance Company of. Canada yes- terday (bat tho business of the com- y for the first ntno months of tn? year showed aa Increase more n fT.OOO.OOO over (ho correspond- ing perloii of 1916. The local neenoy the JlontreaJ division of the Sun L'fo reports QII unusual record. Business under which the full first year's premium was paid lo (he company Jn cash, from January 1 lo Sept. 30 amounts la against GSS.754 a fear ago, a gain of AtnElerdam, Oct. celebrnlion of the Lirtliday of Field Marshal Von Hlmlcnburg al German main hpnUciuar- lera yeslordaj" began vrlth a visit from Emperor William who presonleil the field marshal a marble Itust of Itisliest" War The route from Himlcnburg's house lo main headquarters was lined with children who strewed' flowers In his path, white airmen i dropped flowers and laurel wreaths. At headquarters (he field marshal was received hy Con. Von l.udemlorf and the o'lhcr'omcers of'the general Blaff. Gen. LucIciidorr-fjrceleU li Is chief as '.'tlie peraonlficatloii.of the glorJoua of the PmssJa Gcroian Ifllcr-- re-- vleivetl veterah diera fn front -of- Ida tieadqonrters-nnd In "II Is a. special, pleasure hnoTr myself as one with the.German people In tlic'r will lo victory'und their confidence In The field marshal army. and those who lioma-' He 'called for cheers for tho itcrf to dinner oftcr birthday cooRmtulatious. In a speech tlie emperor pralaed tbe fleld marslial as "tho hero of the German people to whom It is granted to accom- plish deedB o[ world and historical greatness." SHERMAN BEAT IT; THEATRE WAR OVER Moose Jaw, Oct. lultU nf Ihe Sherman theatre ended al 11.10 this morning when Grant, ot .he Lank of Hamilton, and others, forced an entrance far breiking ihe doors and found llie place. In posses- sion of two Sherman employees and Commanding General Sherman con- spicuous Ijy hla absence. Two ,23 riUcs and revolvers were discovered, j Sherman had decamped during, the night Poases3lDn wai tonnally tmken the Groves-Wnlher, Limited. No action asa'nsl Slier ram U con- lemp'alcd. J OEN, GWYNNECOWES WEST Winnipeg, Oct. iX-nrlffadfer-Gci n, J. Gwynnc, (llreclor-gencral t mobilization at headquarters, OUaw 'eft (lie city (ontgfct for Hcglna, Co gary. and Vancouver, In order to dis- cuss general alms wllh the military Authorises of (he respective dlslrlcls regarding-mobilization of (be first draft under the iQllKar? serrfco net. General 'Owynno stated furl dotalls; fn odlHon lo ihoso. Alre Announced, would be given out by the civil nulhorfllcs'fin jhG ment of JiulJro which Ja fidm InR (Jio act. It WM' unofficially nn- nounccrl thai mobilization imay bo eipccled on or abdilt dilobcV Wurly 7iJO IfamlUoblAns hnvG ,ap- Detred liofpre per MiVe been, for cUsi A, f. i 3 Spoonfuls or Red Rose Tea go as far as 1 4 and often 5 spoonfuls of ordinary tea Kept Good by the Sealed Package Word comes from. Ihe (llacovbry'of .storlal used In tho ioanufacturp oCj cement' and 'which lias blllierfp Imporled trom.Sweden.' -WOMAN. SUFFlRAGfc v -'ill' KIT Ox Eng, Tro'mra t 'ILeir I cmra-of the cwut in work of kiod Ibey tbjnr BAYiae to promote good wa4. Tjjav itnd (or ttw! -vldins ut ifce fronts' The puffnipabi TTIB 00 UlUe- Iroabk to fovmanii ii wiil undoubtedly Ua bwU ;than in Fajliunent', tbek mcrjei ud the' ud M BOM ccoe bfUr tenihle war it orer. o( women ID hiTV overcomo'' their JjxJTtrino, and faftva bm cured of illi by Dr. Preacrirrtloii, Tia medicine, thoucn Parted century edit indelr bw-aiiaft" H made wkhoifl vedtlol or oarcollcj. U CAJI now M uw ;n form AA well M liquid, And every wbmaa who milTera from backKhf, beadache, EbouW lake iba lion" of Dr. lleroe. H is prepared froim imlurc'i roots ud ocJ does not eontMn B pvticlc CF! alcohol or ftny DM- .cotic, H-'B rot a ncrret rrcKription ila ingredients arc printed wrapper, j NTaay a woman is ncrvoiw arid irri- Ubte, feels drugged down Mid worn out for no Tt-nscm that ahc can think of. In uncty-nicQ conl.-of these CJUM it ie thu womBotf orBauism (bat bltcolion; (ho back, spells ami black eiVdcs about the eyes, we only aymplomj. Go to (lie BCTJFCC cf When lliat is corrected lie ctbar lyiBpr St. TfcomM. wich to fv Uw bcnufib of olher womtn who puffer ibat I rwornmend Htftefe M 4 grOiL bdp. I Un pcraonfllly rccommcndwl tiuft who in turn been ;