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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1918 iilt. LI.. aiJIUUGJi DAILY PAGE NLME MILADI SO- * * ? > ** � * � * � ? > : > s � > ?  o � PERSONAL 4> If - � C- * > > CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES :� � . � ? > > > ? ; : As the result of the Thk r�ay held on Saturday, October liii.li, Kiven by the Oroat War Noxt-of-Kiu In aid of the G.W.V.A. the sum of v.-as coliectdd.   * Dominion Hobekah IvOcIk'! \o. 41, will hold no meeting on Thu.sdHy night, owing to the influi'.iiza i-pidem-Ic, � The dance which was lo have bnvn held on Kriday evening by Court Star A.d.P. is postponed on iicuounl ut Uiu .Spanish influenza. .;. > .>,. .> : .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ? GENERAL .> ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? : : : : : ? :� Lady Alexander Ilamilion, daughter of the dowager Oiiclie.ss of Abercorn and 'a. c6U!-ii] of the Duchess of Devonshire, wms onu of the passengers "who lost bor life in the wreck of th^ LeiiisUii-. I.^ady Margaret Ha:milton was an aunt of Lady Mary Kenyon-Sla/ioy, �-ifc of Captain R. O. R. Keiiyon-Slaney, A.D.C. to His Excellency tlio Duko of fJovonshire ? � O � .> .> ? FOOD BOARD FLASHES : : FOR FEMININE FOLK ? 'f ? ? ? ? : : > * With the women of Oltawa making plans for a community kitchen this winter it is interesting to nol.e. a novel experiment which ha-s'benn tried out in England in connection with the scheme for national or communal kitchens. A travelling kitchen ha.'? been tried out in Yorkshire, Klectric tram-cars are utilized to distriluite cheap dinners and to cook them while in transit. At one end ol tlio car is a cash box where order.^ are taken and tickets issued. The food is served from the sides of the car. it is prepared at the central kitchen in the city and cooked in the car as it journeys to its destination. The cJr is capable of supplying 800 pol-tion.s. .Vt the ^present time the national kitchens In Halifax, Yorkshire, are serving no less than G,000 portions'per week. ? ? : : : > : : : ? > .^ ; ? ? : : ? ? : : : : > : : ; i in trom other provinces. I Invosli.gations by the department of : POTATO RECIPES  | agriculture into the potato situation '> '> ? ? .: Now that there is such a abundance of potatoes in the country try the follo\ving recipes whicl. have have been going on for the past two .weeks, and the results now appear tO' be that the provinces' export output great j gone and that there will even Kirkby's Special For Thursday WHOLE WHEAT SCONES Regular Price 25c per dozen THURSDAY ISc Per Dozen Made in accordance with the regulations of the Canada Food Boai-d. Kirk by & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada Food Board License Numbeh 5-2366 PHONE 1627 need (o bo some importing to meet market requirements. Dry weather and early frosts aro the reason. It was the first estimate of the I91S production that there would be 45,000 acres in crop to iiotatoes, which was siigluiy less than last year's. This estimate proved to be considerably too high, and the actual figures are now given at about 25,000 acres. An early estimate of the production per acre at 125 bushels has correspondingly been reduced to seventy-five bushels, the digging operations, which are now pretty well over, having shown that that figure is all that can be put to Alberta's credit this year. .EARING COUNTRY OF THE BOLSHEVIK \'icforia, Ocf. 2.'!.-Order is being rapidly restored in the region tributary to the Traps-Siberia railway as far as Oniisk, according to V. S. Mame-jeff, a Russian traveller who was a passenger on the steamship Kashima Maru, whicii arrived here last nigfit. It is now possible to travel in Siberia,, he says, without tear of molestation, the coimtry having been cleared of the Bolsheviki. The amalgamation of the Oniisk government and the government of Gen. Horvath failed to raise any considerable opposition, the partisans of other factors recognizing it as the natural course of events. M. Mamejeff stated that the Russians are flocking to the aid of the advancing allied forces. The Siberian gov, ornraent has foi-nied a new army numbering some 200,000 men. practically all or them between the age of IS and 20. mm First. Appropriation Toward $8,000,000 Proposed To Raise in Five Years. PREMIER HUGHES TO REIVIAIN 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 England 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 hopid, Mr. Watt said, that if peace dawns Mr. Hughes would be able to arrange the machinery for the speedy demobillzalon of the Australian troops. Toronto, Oct. 22.-The Methodist board of missions which has. been tneeting here during the last two days, has made appropriations for home and foreign mission work for the coming year amounting to $1,000,000. This \viil bo the first year's instalment toward the $8,000,000, which it Is proposed to raise iu the next five years tor missions. Plans are in process of formation for tlie forward movement campaign, by which means the objective is to ba reached. The total grants to home missions for salaries of missionaries alone were $257,180. Total appropriations for maintenance of missions in Japan, China and the missions among the Indians and Orientals in Canada amounted to $413,000. exclusive of grants for plants and equipments. Superintendents of missions and their assistants will receive 20 per cent increases, tlie same as the mis-slonarlos under their charge. The salaries of foreign missionaries were raised on the same liasis a.s the home missionaries. A request will bo sent by the board to the minister of militia tor the prompt release of all . mlsi�lonaries who are on military service at the close of the war. , '  DOMINION MINISTERS NOT YET APPOINTED London, Oct. 23.-(Canadian Press dispatch).-Replying to Mr. .Marcott today in the British house ot commons, Andrew Bonar Law staled that the Dominion governments ihad not as yet formally nominated resident ministers to act as members of the imperial war cabinet, but Premier Borden has recently arranged for the attendance of Canadian representatives at meetings ot the Imperial war cabinet. Gen. Smuts was available as representative of Soutii Africa, while, as regards Australia, Premier i-Iughes will be able to attend meetings. Several meetings liad been held since last session. Death has removed one of Picton's pioneer citizens iu Gilbert D. Piatt, at the age of eighty years. At one time he was school inspector of ,1'rluce Kdward. 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. ;