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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOIlKn lo, 1017 Tim LGTliniUnCiE DAU.t PAGE SEVEN For a Kicker's Breakfast! Most men are critical about coffee. They travel around among the best hotels and taste coffee prepared by expert chefs. Now Red Rose Coffee was produced esptci- iliy sscct tht critic's keen, educated taste. It is a blend of the richest coSees, and i9 ground. Some men, whojn we -know to be real Molten, have benr kind enough to say that the flavor is equal to that of any coffee they have ever tasted. If you are a kicker, have your wife make you a cup end then tell ua what you think of Red Rose Coffee. The same price is it was years Red Rose Coffee Ubis TCtteeft in the City Churches Chrhllan Wednesday at S JUD., prayer meeting Friday nl p.m., sowing al the Red. Cross rooms, ;a Xnmt at I p.m., Ihc "Iccn ago-boys" meet In thej, school room. Thursday nl'S p.m., choir PHONE lOOK IITII CMS ,TaVe No Chances! Move Poisons frgm Liver and Bowel at Once. Mothers rest easy after Efvlne VCallfornla Syrup of because fu a few hours all the clogged up waste, BOUT bile nnct fcntieiicine food gently moves orit ol the IjowelB-and you have a well playful cli.lil again. ChUdfen-simply will not take, tho flme from play Ip cmply their towels, and they beconso tlBMly packed, liver gels slugffiah nnJ s torn act disordered. When, cross, feverish, see It tongue Is coaled. "I hen give this de- licious "fruit laxative." Children lave it, anil'it7 can-not cause 'Injury. No difference otU your liltle ono-r i[ fall o[ cold, or a sore throat, diarr- hoea, stomach acJie, bud breath, re-' mcrr.tjcr, a Kenllo "inslrto cleansing" Rhould always be Iho fir a I treatment given.' Full dlrecllcms lor hnhlca, children pt all ages ami growa-unaT prinLeil on each LoUlc. Beware of counterfoil Ilif syrups, A sfc you r ilruggla L for a boltl a ol "California Syrup of then look carefully and sec thai H la marts by Iho Fig Syrup Comp- any." We niBkc.nq Bi.ii.iler size. iTttnd linck, irlth' contempt nny other fig practice. St. evening a meeting ot Ihe liorcas Society Xo Intercession service this week Thursday at 3 p.m. the women meet tn Hie Hcd Cross rooms (or sewing, United Church Monday evening Christian Endeavor In Iho Tuesday nl S p.m., business; meet In of the Young People's Bffalo class a tho parsonage. Tuesday evening, nils slon circle nt the home of Marjor Gurr, 731 HUi SI. N. Tuesday after noon, a lea will bo give a by the ladles at Hie home ol Oscar Matson 12th St. A. N.. from lo 5. evening at 8, prayer scrvki Friday evening ai S, Sunday school missionary com mf Lice.meeting In Lha cliurcli. Wesley evening nt the Campnrc Girls' meeting. Wednesday, p.m., preytr and Thursday, S p.m., choir pracllsc. Fri- day, p.m., boys' meeting. St. evening qt a, lulercesston service. Friday even- ing at S, choir practice. St. Mary'i Church--Monday evening at' 7, boys' club. Tuesday evening, no teachers' meeting. Wednesday p, m.. J. A. Thursday, 3 p.m., G. A. eale ot work, concert at'8 o'clock. Fri- day, fntcrceEsloii service, choir prac- tice Monday aL 3 p.m., W.A. evening, pray; er meeting. Friday Livening, lantern eu- lerlalnmenl for the .children. Mrs. W. S. (lalurahh la lu Ediuou- on for a low days. 4 Mrs, F. S. Kilmer, wlili her llireo tilldrcn. Is expected Ln Lelhbrldge roni ITugland tomorrow. Mrs. A. U. McOulro anil her guest Mrs. 11. F. Johnston spent Ihe week id la Calgary at Ibe Pa 11 Is er, Mrs. C. E, Craig will receive al Veslej Parsonage. 320 jnh St. soutb, oil Wednesday, Oct. llih. Tlio Brotherhood of anJ Knglnemen are Issuing invitations to a dance in the K. I1, hall on Hio evening of .Nov. 1'tlh. Tlic inualc" department ot tho Mat bests club meets tomorrow nlghl eight o'clock at Ihc home ol Mrs. K. A. SLolre, 1201 Third ATC. S. Mr. and MM. A. W, .Meiwoll and fainlly, Mlaa Murray and Miss Ada Murray have returned after a week at Ihc 1'aMlser In Calgary. The History and Current ,Events section of the Mathesls Club will meet with Mrs. McClenBgLaa tomor- row (Tuesday) ikfternoon at three o'clock. V There will he a dance and boi soc- ial and; whist drive on Thursday cv- Ocl. IS, lied CroE5 day. Ln the i school, given by the east, lilto U. F. A. Proceeds to go lo tlie Crass. Ucul. Andrew Nalsmllh, M.C., son of Mr, and Mrs. Xalfimlth, of Calgary, formerly o[ Lclhtrldgc, has been serving almost continuously for the last year and a half with the Canadian Artillery In Prance .la re turning homo on leave after haying ocen wounded for (lie second lime, according to a cable received by hla parents. Tomorrow the Sir Alexander Gnlt chapter ol Ihe I. O. D. K. will serve, afternoon (ea at the opening ot Kir- by's new store on Third Ave: Mr. Klrby bas very Kindly plated his tea rcoin af'tbe disposal of (lie chapter for an alternoon tea once a'week and after ibis week (he lea will be served each, Wednesday. All the proceeois go to. the 1'atrlollc'rundB ol the clup-, t'er. NEW FINNISH DIET. CALLED FOR MEETING Pclrograd.' Oct. Flimlarj diet baa been called to meet on Nt> veinber 1. The Fldnlsh Diet WP.I dls- EDlveU by the Russian gov- ernment several weeks ngo for Its extreme Bland on the question of aut- onomy lor the province. New elections were held anil completed on October 4, the unified bourgeolse and the Social. Democrats receiving or votes cast. CLERGYJN GOVERNMENT TctTOErad, Oct. council, at a meellng In Moscow has decided 'agalnsC pirrmlittng'lhe "clergy lo jinrUclpaLo in tho provisional gov- ernment. So Digestible That Even Babes Thrive Upon It ASK TOOT doctor wbat sort cf cerul food it best of tfl for eaey and thoroujh, digestion. Answer: A inced food that is non-constipatJm, granulated to allow free phr.ol dijestiTe juices, complete withiths nttnril MlmeB and coarse brans retained. 'All of thew eneatiaJi are abundantly provided by Jackson's f Roman Meal Evm fflrj OM It frntr (from tbe eiihih Bonth) win irwtMt bvwilt lo lot only their but tktii inmtk. bnu, and UfUr ittnh) white le- titmvi. floe, itanh; fa- (UK tod fte (net, ud ferment. produced enter bloo4 Jen Uu nuty, dtblUU- tia( setuatfoa to tat of Konaa XeaL II Raman Ileal data sot poit- ItTclr TalieTfi conaUpatioii will nltiadjmraeatf. H yon load so yon lyatem irift food! that an baaoreriihed and lacVwaale, tin eraidea of tt. dlfattfre tract )ot worfriiif.and yva haraMBillpatioa. UtRsaiaa Xtal to alao a serf acfly balaoceil (ooil. Tom dtnatlen hi Mreropfet brloonHcfiita Komu' Meal pre- Indigef Ucn. tad kWpi fooda (a dlfeit. too, It li poroui DecauM nUted, or too nudh jrrofeto. 'ftat to wky it with en -tt Proper Rontalfealkaan Hit mrtrWt. ntaa of Vrbf rat Juices, Sosull: (hrick anil d dliMUOT, tllon and no aelf- tastelna and odor- len bjeleclrlclty. Roman Kerf Canadians are. Intensely Jnlerested lYi the marriage lo talte place on Vedncsday In. the Eaton Memorial lediodlst Church, Torontg, of the" viator-hero. Flight Commander Wll: am-Bishop, V. C., lo Miss lurdcn, second "dnughter of Mr. end C. B, Burden, and gYand-dtuglT cr of one ol the chiefs ol Canadian lerchanls, the 'Jale TJrnolhy Slr John EalDn Is an uncle of the- irlde-elecl. Mlse Burden will nave 's .her'attcndEnls, Miss Grelta Hur- len, a sister, as maid of honor, anil liree -brldesmalda. Miss :aton, Miss Dorothy Scott-Haff, andj i Blehop of Owen Sound. Fllghlv Bishop Intends lo return ti his bride to England shortly er the vreddlng. -WAR MENU FOR TUESDAY. Bredkfait Conimeal Porridge Milk Snsar. Fried Liver Potato CaXea Toast 1 Tea or Coffee Luncheon 'otato Salad Drown Bread Butter Johnny Cahe and'Corn, Syrup" Dinner Creamed Firman lladdte laVcd Potaloes Meshed Turnips Baked Apples .f Graham Flour BlaciUla The recipes (or Creamed Fjnan mentioned above, are as Creamed Finnan Pour boiling water over the Fjnnan Had- He. Leave a lew mlnules, anrt pour iff. This takes awny eomc ol the smoky tnatc. 1-ay (he ftah ID a ,bak- ng-pan and cover with milk or water. ,'ook gcntly In tbe oven tinlll done. Make a Thfle wuce, using the milk :hai Is on Ihe flsli. To one cup or Ihla mUk USB two tablespoons ot 'lour, one tablespoon of butler and teaspoon of pepper. It requires fno salt. Carefully remove he bones from the fish, ureaVlnff us little R5 possible. Add ihlx filter) fish to the While Sauce. Reheat, rmd serve al once. rahum Flour cups Graham flour, 1 cup sweet level teaspoons baking powder, 1 tea- spoon salt, 1 Uhlespooni flhorterilng. Mix th.f, dry' IngredlentB. Work Inlo thCEC the shortening and when thoroughly wet with milk lo A dough sufficiently moist to toil. Roll to one-half Inch thickness, and cut as Tea Biscuits.- laaat of IM10NUS Ottawa, Ocl Khonilda, Drltlsh food controller, has rorwnrd- cd (o tho high commissioner for Can- ntln In London, a memorandum the ImporliMon of Canadian polntaea Into tha United Kingdom. In Ihe memorandum, Rhonddn says that all avAllkble be required, to tnt.ntafQ the nnpply of (hd tooAslatts such u wheal, Kacon and oir nble lo arrange facilities for .tha Im- portation ot LVmidlnn podloes. It Is estimated thit there will be UrtKed .Klngdprn this .season A spf- plua ot "attout'fc million of potfc- OTCT the' normal coniTimatron, Ixird Rhondda tntt best use for the cnrpltis of Crtnaclkn potatoes coneumptIra ro Can- feda tn inch a way Id economize the consampdon of cereuls and Mt free Urfar, qnAjiLlty of nuch' for For Your Sons and My Sons The of the British Red Gross knows neither race, .creed nor colour. of' Mercy" is-not-strained. But its financial burden has become, more than the Motherland alone can.bear. That is'why October 18th ;has been set aside as a day to-receive generous offer- ings to enable the British Red Gross to '-'carry on.-" Sons and Daughters of the Empire, wherever they, may be, are once'again Urged to give generously to this cause. And it is most earnestly hoped.that, as was the case last year, the contributions from Canada will set a standard in generosity that will be a 'pattern to the.World. the BritUk RW CrM The. British Red Cross Socisty U (he only institution which aid lo the Sick ind >Voond- cd ot ihe British (OICM on land atid aeatn.every region of tKe [la work is therefore the concern' of-all classes of Brilish subjects, ltitr Hying !n mons an'' SENT OUT' OF GREAT BRITAIN for purchase and upktCp of Motors. Moior Ambulancfs, carj, cycles, wagons and soup-kitchens sent abroad. 4 Ifospilal.. Trains' running in Frartcc, each carrying wound- ed, have cost over lo build and. nit i- MJ ii i g in i nc jji i ii a" i IJB i.. -_ ana .DomMotiS and Colonies tejotKlithe British Red Cross tiJiovV i or in foreign cottnltitif y_ work in trsncc and .1 on wort in Mc'sopo- ...lamia, India, Egyplr' Salonika, Malta-inil Near East. .o Tht stnl to Mwopolamia. '65 Molor paunches sent lc Meso- potamia, Egypt, East Africa and Malta; 22 Hospitals' and Convalescent Homes in.Franct, Ugypt, Mallj .and Salon'iKa- to FrencH Red Cross Society. ..A ;