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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2:5, 1918 nils L! . iiillUUGJi IMILY V J > PAGE NINE THE CALL * * ? > * * ? � ? > : > : > * ? * : ? � o : .....� - -� > * CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES :� * : * * : : : : * I As the result of the Tag Tiay hebl i 'on Saturday, October 1 '"li. given by I 'the (Irent War Next-of-Kin in aid of I the O.W.V A. the mini of ? ;::v in w�n j collected. i * � * ! Dominion Hebekah Lodj.-e No. -11. 1 will hold no meeting 0:1 Tim.sdsiy: night, owing to the Influi-n/.a '-pldem-, le. I  * j i The dance which wa.- to h;i\r 1 j>.� inches long. Regular value IBZft.Ou. This is a snap, worth $325.00 Women's Rich Dark RAT COAT With Collar and Cuffs of Best Beaver, $250.00 Bxtra quality darkest Northern Hat. lung shawl collar and deep cuffs of plucKod beaver. Tho coat i� 1& inches long .with full skirt and belt at back. Lined throughout with heavy fancy silk linings this coat Is really worth $290.00. Really Worth $290.00, Selling at If It's a Plush or Cloth Goat You Require We can Suit You in Style, Quality and Price VELOUR CLOTH COATS at..................$29.00, $35.00 to $45.00 TWEED AND IRISH FREIZE COATS at .... $20.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 SALT'S SILK PLUSH COATS at...............$30.00, $40.00 and $50.00 SALT'S PLUSH COATS, fur collar and cuffs at............. $50.00 to $80.00 EXTRA SPECIAL Chinchilla Cloth Coats at - $28 This is a heavy soft cloth coat with a knap in light or dark grey, navy, brown and heather half lined. A splendid warm and serviceable coat, made up in three or four popular styles. Great value at this special price, only. . . $28.00 The Simpson Co., Limited ? > ; ; > > aunt iif wife (if liSlaii" y. link" hi ��f> ^-';; \ 'fi�.:i'&'S(k. O O �...> a �'. a makilll; \ kitclien this! :i'ite a novel ! "ii t reel out ! j In Knglnnd In eonneetiun with thej : scheme for national or  >>mmnnal kit-1 ! ehens. A travelling klti ;;eii lia-- beep \ 'tried out in VorkHhlre, I:iou have to work harder these days, try a regular course of FRY'S, You wiii need less of other and more expensive foods. There is concentrated strength for muscle and hrain in every single cup. Truest economy-use FRY'S ..'�} ����>., ::v.-:, ,. !,.- M.-r;ilil. The ba'. "I .lit :.�[! j i.ii:ui tu he v.-ilebcieii tablenponiifu! eo'oMii^' ml "r i'..t I cake j-eaM. 11 1 tabIes)ioinifiil ,!u I cups wall-v. Break up the >.-.i-i in on.- cup lukewarm water. I\\\\hut the i-eiua.ning water anil pour �vei- the cormiieal. m-whatever cereal neur,,.)'ou liau- de elded to use and allow to rest for In teen minutes, o, un'il iluirougMy -.it-urated. Measure your nvveetetiing and �alt Into the bmvj ill which yim Intend mlxlni; the dough- Add tin-yeast and iv.itcr. sinring until jii'-lt-cd. Add shortening, then the m.akeil cereal and then -:ir in the white flour, until the mixture tUngs together, which takes about two niinuies. Turn j out on board nnd kmad in the usual I manner. Urease the bowl In which I you did the tiii\lng and place the dough In it to rise. Keep tho bowl I covered ami In u 'airly  warm place j for aboul one horn and fifteen inin 1 utes, or. until double in bulk Turn ' out on the hand and fold over two or i three times. Do not knead 011 the 1 board 11.4 it is apt in chill the dough j Plain back in the h nvl and allow to (rise for fifteen niinu'c*; Iheii make in-1 to loaves and place in the pans. Al-| low to rise from thirty-five lo forty '.minutes or until ilouhle in bulk. Hal,. I forty mlnuies in a niilerate oven. The total time from bej.iiuitng to end is not more than three hours and will make one large or m.i small loaves. ^ >. � > ? ? '> POTATO GRIDDLE CAKES > : ; : : : v ^. Now that there i.^ :;ucli it great abundance of potatnc-. in tin- country try tho following recipes which have ***** I Kirkhy's Special For Thursday WHOLE WHEAT SCONES Regular Price 25c per dozen THURSDAY 15c Per Dozen Muilo iu aeeordaiico with the regulations of tho Camuln Food Hoard. Kirkby & Co. A06 3rd AVE. SOUTH . Canada Food Board License Number 6-2386 PHONE 1627 lalmouioti, Oct. �_':!.- There i� 11 shortage nf potatoes in Alberta, 10 the extent of aboul ".ini.ikhi bushels Ie.-.:. than will be needed tor home consumption. Instead of a crop iiiin.iieii biHhels, which was last record, there will not be :nor. I.f.nii.iiiiii bushels, aud Alberta i;,iitiii,nmi bushels for its nun The balance will have to be h in from other provinces. I InvesiU-aiions by the department of \ agiieulture into the potato situation I have beep going on lor the past two] .weeks, and the results now appear to-' be that the provinces' export output! has gone and lhat there will even I need to be Mime importing to meet ! market re,|iiiremciiis. Hiy weather j and early frosts are the reason. I It was the 1'irs.t estimate of the ISMS ! product ion that there would be 45,000 J dcrc; In crop to potatoes, which was slightly less than last year's. This estimate proved to be considerably too high, and the actual figures are now given at about L'e.uOii acres. An early estimate of the production per acre at l^a bushels lias correspondingly been reduced to seventy-five bushels, the digging operations, which are now pretty well over, having shown that that flguro is all that can be put to Alberta's credit this year. PREMIER HUGHES TO REMAIN IN ENGLAND Melbourne. Oct. 22.-'.Canadian Press Dispatch from Reuters.) - Acting Premier Watt, in the course of a speech at St. Kilda. stated that Premier Hughes had agreed to the Australian federal government's request that he remain in Enuland with the view to the possibility of peace in order to solve the problems affecting Australia, including the allies' retention of Germany's possessions in the Pacific. It was also hop:d, Mr. Watt said, that if pence dawns Mr. Hughes would be able to arrange the machinery for the speedy demobilizaion of the Australian 'troops. has made appropriation* for home and foreign mission work for the coming year amounting to $1 .OOo.bOO. Tills will !>� the (lrsl ytar's lnstalnu-nt toward the $S,iiiio.iiDO, which i'. Is proposed to raise in the next five years for mist Ijiis. i'Uuts are 111 process of formal ton 1 for the forward movement campaign. 'by which means the objective Is to bo reached. The total grants to home nilR�lon� for Kularies of uiiHSlonnrios alone were Jj.'T.ISii. Total appropriations for maintenance of mlsulon* In Japan. China and the missions among the In dlans and Oriental* in Oanurta amounted to $ll.'l.om). exclusive of grants for plants and cqulpmeuta. Superintendents of mlsttioiK and their asniManis will receive. :u per cent increases, the same as the missionaries under their charge. The salaries of foreign missionaries worn raised 011 the name basis as the homo missionaries. A reuuest will be scut by tho board to tue minister of militia for the prompt release of all misjtionarle-i who are on military service at the close of the war. DOMINION MINISTERS NOT YET APPOINTED London, Oct. -'H.- lOnmidliin I'ross dispatch).-Replying to Mr. Marcott today in tho lirlllsh house of commons, Andrew lloiuir Law stated that the Dominion governments had not as yet formally nominated resident ministers to act as members of the imperial war cabinet, but riemier llorden has recently arranged for the attendance of Canadian representatives at meetings of the Imperial war cabinet. Won. Smuts was available as representative of South Africa, while, as regards Australia, I'romloi- Hughes will be able to attend meetings. Several meetings had boon held since last session. Death has romovml 0110 of l'icton's ploneor cillzons in Ullbort I). I'lult, nt the ago of eighty years. At one ttmo he was school inspector of ,1'iluco Kdwnni. Is by far the strongest tea on the market, and its delicious flavor costs you nothing extra. You may as well drink the best tea in your home, especially when, owing to' extra strength, it really costs less. 21 ;