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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOnKR 10, 1917 THE LETimmncE DMLT HERALD PAGE SEVEN The low cost per cup It is hard to believe that a cup of good, rich tea only costs about a fifth of a cent, but, you see, Red Rose consists chiefly of Assam richest, strongest teas iii the world. Red Rose easily yields 250 cups to the pound. And it's a tea of rare economy and flavor. Kept Good by the Sealed Package REDROSE CANADIAN PATHiOTiC FUND LETHBRIOGE BHANCH Dash Statement For the Month of September, 1917. Amount received Trom sub- during- nioalh ot Elciiot'raiJlier's Salary auJ Ortlco Bsjicnsea 80.50 Aihount to South Alberta Drsiich of Iho 'KuDiJ, Calgary Amoimi paid lo .Dcjen- flenls in Lethbrldje DIs- trltt .-..'.....i.V J.SJ2.00 Nujaber 'of Dependent lam- Illcs osBhled......... 163 TABEB MAN HURT. Calearr, Oct C. Aileu, ot Taber, Bulfered a severe Eliaklng up and was urulsed, he was struck ty an "aXilomoblle as ho was allKUUnB-from. a Btroct car near the corner, of Seventeenth avtnue and i'ourlli''-street about -1 o'clock J city engineer of St N.B., died suddenly. FRANK WADDINGTON WILU SELL AT Unreserved .1 AUCTION At ilis Itooms, Teiitli -Street South On Friday Qqt. 12 AT 2.30 P.M., A CONSIGNMENT prVSOPEHlOR Including: Handsome 3-iilece mahogany parlor ccotre table; superior (lualtly rounil in- tending dining tabla; eldeboard; dining bed (oldinE .complete camping chairs and tables; .platform' ncales; sealers; 2 garden how; collapsible go' cart; (rardenlDE tools; post hole dljeer; kitchen sncdrles; machine and many.other Items; also.' CLEANER, -vrtii coa't ,i" GOODS ON VIEW .THURSDAY TO-9.00. TERMS CASH PHpNE A PLACE TO GET A GOOD LUNCH PREPARED AND SERVED TO TEMPT THE APPETITE Open in a Days .Will, serve Ice Cream, Ilot Drinks and Handle Choice Confectionery and Fruit. THE ALEXANDRA CONFECTIONERY ALEXANDRA HOTEL BUILDING HBQUBl real Function al More Summit Climbing By Autoisls (Special to the Herald) Colerrian. the Sili ay of Scplember will long ba remem- ereU liy the citizens ot iho Crows est Pass, for on that day Ilia new iad on Uio south side of Crowe .Vest ,ake connecting- Alberta.wllh British asbla officially oyened. iind ic road over Lhe sununtl, Ibc dread od terror of motorists was leased o the woli'cs and bears 'and olhcr lid animals Inhabiting that IIIOUQ- aln for their Bole use for ever. The day was Ideal, the weather inn no doubt being ID entire sypi- ait iy n-Jth iho good work. The party hJch Included the lion, Chaa, Stew: rl, minister of public work a; lion. ,p McLean, provincial secretary; corftc Skewing Moclebd; J. lobcrUon, engineer ot Ihe depart- nent of public works, and K. Alns- Torth, Inspector of public works, the ciecutlTC ot Llie Crows'Nest ss Automobile .Association, made thorough Inspection of the Frank ilde road, niter which !hej- motored o where they were enler- alned a( luncheon by the builness icn or Ihc town. About 1.30 ess I on ot about, fitly aulomijblles eft Colcman (or Crows Nest via-the cw road. The autolsts were ilfr- Ightcd at the easy grades, comjtared i-JLh Ihe Eummft, The accnery Jr. J, G. McFadclcn spent Tlianto- "luE Vi'UU Irlends In Calgary. j I Tbe Ladies' Aid of liardlevillc will' eel Mra. A. Scott on Thursday, ct. Hlli at p.m. I Tho patriotic dance given by llic A. F. en Monday nlglU was a great uccess, about 100 couples being pres- ul, will) A good floor anU splendid uslc, supplied by Miss lour- ece orchestra, It proved a rcry cn- yable evening, i 1 At an colliuslQEtlc meeting of the rls of Ihc Methodist last Eht fa Wesley ball a Or- aulzaUon was effected. From Iho rge JiOfflber ot girls who vrislicd lo ecome Camp-FIre Elrl3, Tour camps ere formed, willi Mrs. It. B. Skeftli a honorary guardJan, XesdauieA C, Cragg ami Heal on yesterday. Mrs, Jos cph Davidson was'In charge, assisted ilrs, Wibcland'EDcl lira. Trcvclyn Thero v.'as a. 'very'fair attendance. V The members of the Daughters and aids of England arc requested to meet at the home' "ot Mrs, Holuerlon ?37 Tlh pt. nl three o'clock. "A good attendance la request etl as. there is special buiiiu-ss lo be transacted. The committee In charge of the Col umtms-day dance lo be hold in the S O. E, hall Friday evening nexl ar< leaving' nothing'undono to mnkc It a most successful dance in every way Tlicy also wlah'to correct any misun derslandlnfi by slating that It will h nccossarr for the ladies ts well as thi gentlemen-to-Lave Invitations. Thj matter of tires E is optional. At the "WoshiagLon Avc. Mothodls parsonage, Medicine Hat, on Saturday October Cth, by llie Rev. A. D. filcl ard, Herman Willis Holrten, ot Tra1 crs. Alberta, and Mary Kucli of Mcd tine Hat, wcio unllcil id marriage. Mr and Mrs. Holclen will mofce their liom n Alterta. .WAR. MENU FOR, THURSDAY Breakfast Oatmeal Porridge Alilk Sugar KricM Poletocs with Minced Ham Brown Bread Butter Tea or Coffe Luncheon Polato SonjJ Craclterg Baked Apple Cake Tea Dinner Baked Salt Codfish Mashed Potatoes Baked Squash Squash Pla The recipes for Potato Soup and Baked Salt Cod, mentioned above, are as follows: Potato 'THE call to Dominion Toasted Com Flakes is a welcome tune to children. J hese are the X CORN JLAKE5 flakes that children always enjoy, be- cause they are thin, crisp, and delicately toasted. Always Packed WAXT1TE Muieby KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Totouto end Creek i 1 ll. TIlUlv, cupe mashed potato. 1 tablespoon biiUfir........... Salt, popper and grated onion to taste. Cool: the potatoes, mash and put through D sieve. Put on the milk over (ho Arc M'lth' Bring to a Loll, add Ihe rnnshed potato, season nnd add the tflblespooQ ol butter. Serve hot. Baked Salted Cod- Wipe llie fish and place on a butter- ed baking tin. Prepare n dressing of bread crumbs, savory herbs, parsley, pepper and sail. Bled It with a little beaten egg. Place this on Ihe fish and Reason. Add to the top a Utda fat. Dake in a. moderale orcii lor Icn min- ulcs Tor every pound and, five minutes extra. 'Serve tlallondaise Sauce wllh tbo addition o[ some Anchovy, or any sauce that may Le preferred. Always First because of power every grain quality assuring economy of Caus- tics, Acids, Alkali .or Ammonia roughening or reddening of the ;haads. Haul Grain and Work Your Farm at Minimum Cost We have a few Slauilc Mak-A-TracJor; Atta'chnients foi- Forrt Cars., For Sale at cacji, b. Lctllbridge. The regular price is ORDERS, ACCOMPANIED BOOKED IN TURN AS RECEIVED. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. ttE'VENTH STREET. SOUTli- '_ .There is a difference between Saving the IlaiJ and fymg lo resurrect it is.fc'halr HdfnbelhMi'A Are You Going to Move? If so, are you going1 to avnil yourself of an inlcliig'cnt, ccouojnital, 'Careful annoyance pi'oo.f.gcryice such iis vrc Iinvc to yoicf ..If beforef you no doubl realize how Important an expert moving scrvtcs elononv real U li-ln thft long run. We've a lot of former wilt bt lu tell you that our rrrtyCng paramoufit to any thing (n this community. We have the only largt covered furniture Van fn and. we will explain many of pfaelnfl the tateiy yttur efftiij' ewrjiiifAt KiiViCX'ipecUI moving f.f TRANSFER 1M7 ;