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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSIUY, OCTOni-n 9, 1917 Tire r.FTimniDGK., DAILt PAGENTNB A Big Baked Apple Touches the Spot bnt doutt Bnl U cou Iron ibc iiama OUutu Villcx. ptck, ehi? "ill W II.Uu.- Okanagan United Groirers, Limited Democraiic Congress Has' Wilh drawn All Domiinds on -.Kcrensky'a Govt. .T'cirograd, Oct, prortaiona Rovcrnment 'npparccUy haa" ffoil roiuplclc victory over tho preliminary parliament an ouTgrosvth or the Demo trntlc Conercss.- ona o (ha readers of the today in formed KcreiisTcy" Ibal Mi parllamenL bed wlthdrnwn all Us do mantis LbaL the government 'bo re iponsiLIe to It flnd liaj acceded (o the Eovornmonl's Ihal'lJic parliamen let merelr in an advisory legislative capacity. 'f' Tho paTKament been cUrlalcnej Dlflclally as "the Icnlpor.iry council'o. Ihe HussiDn and will sit im III the coristllaenL'asscrtibly.-convenea It haa ftsreed "that tho council has tho rlglit to put questions but not do mauds lo inUI.ilc legislation of slat questions and.to dcUlicratc on mea sures ivlnch tuo governmnnt lavs be tore U." The government will work oul tli Vholo prbgram for Mie parliament, a llio flral sUtlu's of which Premier Ker ensky probably will personally In before rl ihe government's new pro Emm. At tho suggestion ol the erinnent 12ft members ol the IJour go'olsc will Bit In Lho parllnmcnt. Prcniter Kerenahy today offlclally Informed all'Hioso selected last Thur.v lay ot their- appointment to-Uie-new roalltlon cabinet ftt. Masloff, who was alTeretl Hie ministry of aerlculturc, de- rlJncil on the ground that Ilie.Inter- fiats o[ tlio present party required ittcrillon. .Skobeleff, Kerenaky'a tholcc for mlnlgter of labor, lias not decided ivlictncr he ivlll accept. MILADI 1224-- Mrs. II. A. McKIHoji la Tlslllns rlcuda lu the M163 HoinngswoiUi ol MeiUcIno tnl Thanksgiving ivllb Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE. RED CROSS The .nnnuiU'.ineeUng.pI Llic Hcd LclribrldKC branch, will be held In the Board of Trade Lulfdlnpa on 'October IHh, at eight All mem: a bera nro requested to, be pre- aunt. The jiuWlc. arc 'InVlled. Mr. G. C. Paterson ol Dow Island was a week-end visitor with D. A. Smith aud family, Gil Ulli St. Eoulli- The Wesley Prollicon UlnBS will moet al Iho liome Ot lira. Waller. 911 1311) SI. S. lonleM. White lino ear. lira. Nlven's eectlon of He- befcsbs will meet Wednesday evening al S o'clock at tho Home at Mrs. K. Gordon, 1220 3rd Ave. south. Mr. and Mrs. J. Palmer anil son ond Miss Sneplierd, of Calgary, speat tho Thanksgiving vacation aa tho ol .Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shop- herd. Will tlio Indies saving or collecting soap wrappers lor luo Travellers' AH plMBe seed them la before Saturday to Mrs. D. A. Simpson, CH 151K St. south. or to Mrs. Haley, C21 Slit SI. EGUtL. Tlio lailles of Wesley church will meet In Uie ctnircli parlor tomorrow afternoon7 sLQrn at 3 o'clock, for sew- ing for Hie Xuiaa Irarasr. Tlio ladles arc reminded to brluK their fruit cakes for boya at the front, nnd helore scaling Hie tfns to please sn- ctoso a card, ivlth "Clirlatmas greet- ings from the ladles ot -Wesley written on II. Tho Red Cross euppllcs, which were scut uy the -Major Jack ROBS Chapter 1. O. D. B. to Bliss Conytearo In Franco (now In Rouen) readied there on Scpl. Sin and ehe wishes lo publicly (hank Ihe chapter. for re- sponding so prompll.v to her request. A eructation from Her letter might nlso lie ol Interest: "To', return to the subject of Iho parcels. They, ar rived resterday. Thanli you all very much. We are a good deal better off here In the mailer of Ilcd. Cross sup- plies than we wevo at Etaples, but they will coinc 'In rolehtr liandy. The hnndkerclilcti sent, ten iloztm 'made crones' doll' aro most- welcome -of all now, as. we have' larga'. numliera of cage's In. I'm In an acute icdl ward 'm Tommies just nt present QQU the ward opposite shares Uic bail cases with us, although -we eel the very worst ones. -So I divided the liamJkc.-chlofs between lit. They lo''irrirncdlate use. told the men1 tnls moraine, --when'-I gave out a lot of'liandkies, my mother had made them ant lliey were most Interested, especially the Canadians. Ouc little boy In particular, hive glvoii two or three alreidj.-: He h a dear little lid and Terr lioly gaseil Indeed, lor more lhan a week we did not expect' him lo live al all and Iherc were a .couple ot days when any hour mighl hare seen him slip off, but now he Is past the worst and although allll frightfully III and eyes and Ihrolt disgusting and painful, he has a eood. chance of re- covery. His faUier Is here now and It makes one EO thanMul Ibat the bny probably won't die after nil, be- cause- most of palhetlc fathers nnd mothers wllo come over here al best have the doubtful com- fort or being .wlili their sons at the ejid. This new Ras' Is rotten. The men's eyes and throats, are ftivful and when they tile' ft is in a terrJflc- choked and cyanlsed condition, which Is scarcely surprising, scolne that the rrbsL-mortems find them with the skin all burned off Jhelr 'ivlnd- plpei and their -lungs, full of water. But'fcln be not Inlend- Ing io write til of Intereit, If denresslng." Jilss Margaret Kosler .of .ClarCB- holm, visited Mrs. H. U. he holiday. Tbe order of Easleni Star srs fit- as a card party at Uio Masonic Hill op. Tuesday evening. Mrs. Swarl'E section ot Ihe Ilc- bckahs will meet tonight at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Jones, 409 Eth St. A., Boulh. St. .Mary's O. A. aro holding a sale ot work and concert on Thursday, Oct. lu aid ol Iho church IUIVJH. 4 V C- T. returned 'froiij' a trip lo Ihe Central Slates. He Ills -pjescnt his father and miner.'Mr. and Mrs. II.'G. .LaUinp, ot Alma, Arkansas. .7> Mr. and Mrs. Charles L, Haker'-'of Carnmngay, unnounce Iho etigage- muit of their daughter, Grace Ina. lo -Mr. fluy II. Durke or Warner. Tho wcildlnjr will take placa some time tho part of the month. t Tlio Win One Class of ihe Daptlst Sunday srliool will meet at the lionic of Mra. Olias. Datcr. 1203 -llh Avc. S., tonight at B o'clock, Lo Uo Heii Crosa vIiiE. young lady who would wish to come IE cordially JuvJtcd lo como and Bpcod Iho evening wllli lia, WAR MENU FOR WEDNESDAY Breakfast Oatmeal I'oriiflge Milk Sugar Toasted Brcnvii, Bread Marmalade Tea or Coffee Luncheon ttcel Salad Ducljess Potatoes Uran Gems Penr Jam Tea Dinner Mutton Stew Mashed Potatoes Sliced Tomatoes Collage PufliUn? wltli Oramel Sauce Tlie recipes for Duchesa Polat and Hran Gems, rnenlloncd above ere ag follows: Duchess ii tpcs, with the addition o[ tLc yolk of Fin cee and seasonings. cups flour, cup bran, 1 CLJI sour milk, cup mol leasppon 1 teaspoon Eall, 2 tablespoons molted butter. Mis and gift dry Ingredients; add milk to molasses, anil combine then add butler. CHANDLER AL Ihc llnptlsl parsonage, Monday Oclobcr Slh, Allene Grace Chandler of Portland, Ore., wae married to .Mr, Charley of Calgory, Alia., Mr. Baker oldclallng. The Crushed- Coffee Smile Is naturally a broad and Tauiaiit because he' who wears it hag discovered a fine, rich coffee which has none of that bitter taste" ,to cqinnipn'tog'rotinrJ coffees. That Is because the bitter .chaff and dust have all been removed Coffee, which is ground.r'It is hard to believe that there could be so mjlch difference in coffees until .you taate' tied Rose Coffee. The same price as it was three rears ago. _ i Red Rose UbisMeeh St. Auguitlns at S.30'p'.m.; Ceaclicrs 'meetlns. WeJnes- S P.TD., Jnterce3slon service. Friday al S p.m., choli; uracllce. Wetley p.m., a mcellns ot all (he "'leen age" girls for organlzallon of Ihe "Camp- fire at S.15, monllllT meotlnK ot Ihe aldcUl board. Wednesday at m., '-.meellng ot Ihe Junior boys OTer 9' yeara and under rears; al S p.m., prajor service. Thursday, 8 p.m., cliolr practice. Friday., al 7.30, meeting ot the "C. S. B. T. Boys." St. CyprtfnE C7-. cntnB. a soclnl will be held In Con- servatory Hall, Wednesday al1 S p. InterccEslon service lolloped by teachers Thursday nt m., women's auilliary, In the parish' room. Thursday evening, choir prac-' Satuniny, 2.JO p.m., Junior am-' fllary- Mary't iris al 1 p.m., hoy's class; teaohers' meellnff at 5.30. Wednesday, evqnlng at 8.30, lantern lecture In the pariah hall, "1000 miles up Ihe Nile." Wed- nesday; nl 4.16 p.m., J.fl'.A. Tliurs- rtay al S p.m., O. A. fYHay at. 8 p.m., Intercession service: at 8.30 p.m.', choir practiced Monday al 3 p.m., W. A. Knox at S p.m., A combined meeting or managers In session, In the vestry- Wednesday al 7.30 p.m., the "leen aje boys" will meet In tho reslry. FrliHy evening nt 8, choir practice. Chrjitlan ey enluB.nt 8, prayer'service. Sunday, services aa usual. Unlterf at 8 mecline ol the session In the church; Yonng People's nlble claea 'al the parsonage at 8 J.in.; Golorlh Mission Circle In the church parlor at S p.m. Wednesday evening, prayer Thursday chDIr pracllce. Thursday al 3 pm., monlhly meeting of Iho ltdlcs In tuo lor. Frlifay evening, tbo young people's Bfble class five ,a concert, proceeds lo (or parcelii !or class memhCTB on acllye acrrlce. Bjpllrt nielli (hank offering service. Thursday af- ternoon, Indies aid tea al Iho parson- age (rora 4 lo 6. Friday afternoon; regular1'ladles aid meeting nl the horoa o< Mrs. 12M