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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, THR LETlimUDGE U7ULY PAGE FIFTEEN Your Photo is Always an Acceptable Xmas Gijt H U the only thing your friend can't buy. It's time now to have thsm made. Let UK ihow you the ctati of work we produce. We have made no Increaee In prices Hili year and will ijol. Allison Photo Stztdio Balmoral Block, Fifth St. S. DON'T LIKE SUB. LIFE London, OcL reports deceived hero'by wny'pf 11nllan.i-In- dicate the. gro'wth-.of a atrong "llgiiV cllnatlon on tho part of Ibo German sra'mrm to ttrve on submarines Tills, news, which not doubted, Is to the effect that sev- eral seamen have been shot (or re- fusing to "perTurm U-boat duly. The G hoot Ing a arc satd to nave occurred prior to Iho mutiny iu Wllhelmshaven. MILADI --PHONE 12241 VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIRST CLASS. 200 Luxuriously fur- nished rooms. One block from C.I'.H. Hotel, in the heart or the up-town Iaaineas section. Ilooin rates: f 1.00 aud only. The Woods Hotel Under Bnmo management 03 DARRON Vancouver's oldest best Known In tie l.-eart davra-twn ?ms- ftiC55 section (next IS C. Kleclrlc De- pot.) Single rooms, 51.00. Double, ?i.aO W.-D. Wooil. aigr.' Write for reaerva- (ibria. i Monday, December lOlli Is election day. No, not for Hie Dominion bul for Uic city of LcthurldEC mayoralty. Let Kb ridge must elect a mayor tbls year. Mayor llardle has hail the job for four years as H result of hla elec- tion fn December, 1313. In fact; May- or llardle has hold Uic office for five con s e cut ITO years, constituting a rec- ord for LclbbrJdfiC- So, with election dale only eight weeks off, It appears 10 Tic about lime thcra was something doing In Ihe municipal world. As yet no In Tact tlio HerafJ has been unable (ct learn of any opponent of Mayor Uimllc. Tliat the mayor seek re-election goes irlthbut say- ing He admitted tlio fact yesterday Jjy asking a Herald man: "Well, who will ItB my Qvponto.1." The mayor ex- .1.0 bo opjwswJ, 'nnd Is ready to give nu account of his''four years' stewardship'on the plnlforfa, but un- less Hi ere is more Interest than fg uc- 5ns displayed at present It loolia very much as Jf the election might bfi an acclamation affair. Our Booklet Explains VPuV Ji-OUiBiliiy" jxcuicGo rrnfiA. na rf "N new, lohgjtf ter other ranges have worn out; asbestos joints prevent leakage of air or draf is; how the alum- inized flues prevent rust; and why they require less fuel than other ranges.1 .Ask our dealer or write for booklet V KOOTENAY RANGE LOSDQK TOROHTO MOHTHEAI, WUHTTPEG Foj Sale by Ihe TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. THE UT'6 STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD TORQMTO' Your Reserve fj, "A Reserve Fund is ta j) necessiry- to an individuil 'as it is to Bank or a Com- mercial Homef It guarantees strength and creates the ability to meet reverses should they come. Let your Reserve .Fund be a Savings B4nk' Account wilh the Standard Bank'of Canada. In- tercst allowed ai current rile and added to principal fa 'com- pounded half-yearly.'" RANCH Tuo G. A. or Si. Mary's church are holding a sale of work ihe Parish Hall on Thursday, Ocl. ISlh at 3 p.m. TJie art oce'lleivork class will meet wllh Mrs, UoHoii, CDi El. S. on Mon- day alter ao oa, Mrs. T. .11. iicCreacj Lostcss yesterday at her poEt nypllal reecp- HOQ acd was assisted Jn re eel ring iho largo number of callers by her mother, -Mra. N. T. Alcl.eod. Mrs. ft. T. Hrymner and .Mrs. .A. Par- ker shared the honors ul Ihe lea taLto which ivas centered with beau- yeJIoiv cbrjsanlheinuunii. Mfss Slollr, .Miss Dunn and Miss Huclinnan asslslcd. Tlie afMIr ivas quite Infor- mal. quiet but pretty wedding look ulace on Thursday Oct. 1UL. In (lie Methodist mango at when Uic llev. Mr. Peters nulled In marriage Miss Maude Paden of, Hlalrtnore and Pie. Iluymouil of lied Deer and lalo of the ITlh Can- adian Daltallon. The bride tooted very charming lu a blue tailored suit anil I urge picture lint and was attend- ed by MIB3 ChrlGtlna McLeod. wlillo he groom was supported Ijy Mr. lalslc Congdon of ileUevue. The injiny couple Icfl on tho evening ralo for Calgary where they will re- fde. t The Women's Civic Club lias ar- ranged for their Christies parcel liower for soldiers overseas to take ilaco ncit Thursday evening In Iho Y. M. C. A. at 8 so all wishing .o do ihelr bit by contributing lo .he will please bring small parcels containing pound tobacco or 2 packages ot cigarettes, l pocket landkerchlef, 10-ceni package of chocolates, one or Iwo packages of ihewlDg gum. II. Is important Hi at Lhcsc parcels be uniform, therefore It Is the 'wish of the ctvlc club Inat .he parcel he confined to these .Iclcs. The number of parcels c ribulcil by each person is unlimited, 'onlribnttonp of money, if prefers! vlll be accented. Any of the aborc articles be ecnt In hulk La be made up In parcels by the club. WAR MENU FOR SUNDAY. Breakfast Corn Flakes Toast Honey Tea or CoIieC; MlIX Sugar Beet Loaf potatoes Taran runiijliln Pie Celerjvand Apple Salad Bread Cheese Cake J 'Tep 1WAR MONDAY Brrakfait Oatmeal Porridge: -Milk Susar Duckwlieat Pancakes Corn Syrup Tea LuncKeon Corn Syrup Holla Apple Saute j Oatcahes Tea Dinner Irish Stew DumplInRS BaXciI Potatoes. Baked Rice Pudnlug Graham Gem's Th'e ;recipcs for" Duckwbeal Pan- cakes and Cream o[ Corn tioned above, are as follows: Buckwheat cup fine bread crumbs, '2-cups scalded milk, Lenspoon ealt, 14 yeast cnke, H wip lukewarm water, iyt cups [lour, 1'tablcspoon molnsscs. Pour milk over crumbs, and soak thirty minutes; add salt, veRflt cake' BolTed In lukewarm water, ,md buckwheat lo make a batter thin enough lo pour. Let rise over nlgfit; In Ihe morning stir veil, add molae-' ses, one fourth (enapoon aodn cttssok- ed In. one-fourth cup end cook same QH grlilillc cakes. enough batter to raise another ;mljt-- ne, Instead of nslng: yeast cake; 11 will require onc-half'cup.- Cream of Corn ql. EXImiued milk, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 ciipi corn, 2 tablespoons Hour. Make thin WfiHe Banco of bu'.tcr. flour and shimmed milk. Add the corn and season lo lasle, F- BUTCHER, COALHURST BRANCH' A. CtlRRlC, Ac Tho Wesley class will] neet Suuclay afternoon a( s o'clock, i Ml strangers welcome. i I Miss .Mary CuuulngLaui former- y superintendent ot ihc .Vurslnfci Mission fs a Kuasl of Mrs. (Jeo, An- gu.3, Victoria Park. Mlsa CuuuIiiKliam s returning to Ixjng Beadi, Cal, from a visit to ber old home In Out-irlu and other eastern cltlej. Mrs. Crlpps. of 1-etlibrlJfie. lias jcea (ho guest of Mr. arid Mrs. I'll as. and Mr. and Mrs. li. UlMan of Fisbburn, aud of )Jr. a MI! erlng tor1 Ihe past nvo u-tcfcs, INticher Greek Kchy. Tho Daughter? and i'alils of Kng- land met at the IIDUIU Mrs. Hoi lierlou on- Thursday and decided to J aoolbCT whlat drive snJ dance In.Ihe S. O. K. ball 011 Wednesday night. Tlio proceeds 10 buy lobacco fur Uic LellibrlJgc boys at (he front and la hospitals. The turn of S1S.G5 was cleared from tlie last drive aud ilaucp, and It Is hoped Lhls one bo successful, A most successful concert was Riven in Ih'o Unlied Church laal ovcn- by the Young People's Blulc Much credit. Is due lo Iho clasa 'for the t'plcndld program they put on. A" number of Items being glvetj by members of the coriKrcRa- lion bul Ihe' larger part ot it being given by the class lUcU. The lasl number ol ihe program, "A Scene Behind Ihe Trenches." or "A .Night's Frolic In Flanders" deserves special mention. Three boys ot tho class broughl before the audlcuco very vividly, their tent unJ camp lire, the, "Resl camn" after tlie field of battle. The singing of souss of "Home" arid mi one IhInk of the, boys ED far away. The proceeds ot the concert will be naetl to send Christmas lioies to' thq boys ol ihe class ou active service at Ihe front. The class wish to thank who contributed lo (.he program and (o all who liulped to make II such a success. Cough Ncorlv Gone in 24 Horn inr home-mads .ctnieh w3H quickly iiBdertUnd wby it U tcci In more fiornes In Lbe United Btatca Cinnfla than oilier couch The war It lakes bold of an couffli, (rinny ImmcJlate relief, make joa reprel jou nm-er li before. H U truly ouah rcmfclj Uiivt- Bhini hKndr m every homr, iO uea nt fin misrn of a couch, niRftt or Any pupplr jjjrt vft 214 ownccj of ririr-.t (50 rtntf worth) kept couch, niRftt or pupplr jjjrt 214 ownccj of ririr-.t (50 rtntf Pour this Ir.lo a, 10-oz, Inttlo ftnd fill Iho tollle wilh. plnin RVrnp- Tho total Cost Is about-65 ccntg vou have Id ouncca of Uu mod, cffccdvft remedy rort ertr i The qiucV, jodffd Iron this excellent Bjnip rtallr flciir.ca thai lino fhe throit ihrott ilckle, the -eoiwh' brtltrrtid for nrcmchllll. croup, vhoop- inff couch trtd Rsttina. Pines is H hbhlr woccntrlitat of AArw.iT.plM cxiradL U fffrci .io-ciBrrifS, f To RTdiA ftik.fof oimen of fuU dtrcc- iloha and don't lUivlllMr cUc, A puflranlcc of nbcotufc EAlfAfMRon or 1 or on No Details Options nn the I'roperly re Taken On Sept. 24lh, i al Medicine Hat, hy HOT. n. G. Blundell Flrn Ilaiillst .Church, Medicine JIat, Curtia T. LarigfnJof (lie Bailer and f.angtn Lumber'; Co.. of Ko'rL Sleele, was a'nited (n marriage to Miss Ger- trude F. Fowler'of. El. John, B. The bride was'a member of Ihe SL John-Uachln'ir'-slaff for Hie past row- years.' Xfter speeding a few days al Plnchcr Creek, Alia., Mr. anil Mrs. Langln came (o Tranbrook anil are residing on Uurwell Herald, 'm .Edmonton Journal: The home of Mr. .T, B.'MacDonaW, li 99Uravenuef.wastllie scene of n prelly wedding -'on WedrieBday evening al S.30 o'clock, when their daughter. Alice Gertrude and.Dr. Harold Wales of Macleod, were'uniled In marriage. llev. p.-O. McQueen per droaed the "cere'inon'y'ln the presence of (dirty guests. Immediate rclalives and Jotimate friends or the family. Jlrs. 1W P. Marponald, sisler-ln-law of the .LDliengrln'a wed ding marcli as the bridal parly enter- ed Ihe'-drawing-rom, and Eang "Be cause" during IDB the signing of Ihe registry, Tte bride was given away by her ather and She wore jcr travelling eoslutne ot burgundy jroadctoth with a tlouae of white .repe do chene embroidered In gold beads, whlic hal and furs, ami R cor sage bouquet ol Ophelia roses. Mrs, MacDonnldj mother of the brlile. 'was gowued In amclbygl. sattn embroidered wllh cut steel beads, Arier the ceremony a buffet supper wag BETT.ecl, Ihe IMjIe-decoralcd will pink and white sieeet pens. Tho so, arc you avail yotirsclfjof ;in hitclligcjst, 'v economical, careful and aiinoyanccjrroof service isiicli as we have to offer youf you've moved before, you no deubt reallie how ImjWrtanl an expert moving econorfr.-' if-'i In (he run. Wt'vt a let of firmer who Will, be pleaded lo.tell you that ouf iriovl'nfl efYlelency-ll paramount to anything Irt this community. haVe the only largA covereri.furnUura van In the ui and will explain many pTacfnfl.lhe youf houwtiofd In our hxndf. We a iptcial tor moving planot. J- .'i THE MCLEAN TRANSFER? OFFICE, IIXTH STREETS, 1017 ;