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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY OCTOBER 28, 1918 THE LETHBRroGE BAILT WKBALD PAGE NINE Canada's National Fish Day Food Board Asks that October Thirty-First Be Meatless Day and that Two Fish Meals Be Served-Honor the FisheriAan Who Will Soon Be Facing the Winter Gales to Garner in the Harvest of the Deep. O- . -:--. Pacific flatfish like this, including brill, lole, plaice, flounder* and witches, are now selling at �in extremely low rate throughout the whole of western Canada. Their popularity is Increasing every day, and they have found favor in the East as well as the West. 'J'he last day of October stands out In Uiu calendar (or two reasons this year. According to the time-worn tius-tom, it will s^e the celebration of Hallowe'en, its, wa:p ti,ine fllgaiflcance in the calendar^ lies in the fact that it is Canada's J>l8tlpnal Fish Day. It may come .ais'� surprise to many to learn tha^ Canadi^ has a national llsh day, formally Ipauturated by the Canadian Fisheries Association , In and precursor of the American Baked Whiteflsh Clean, xstuff and sew carefully. Brush over with dripping and bake in a hot oven until done, basting frequently. The time varies according to the size of the fish. Usually from 30 to 40 minutes will suffice. Servo with any good fish sauce-drawn butter, HoUandaisc or lemon. 25% Substitute Bread .Substitutes may be oat flour, corn flour, barley flour and rye flour. Malie a sponge about the Mmsist-ency of pancake batter, ualiife all wheat flour. Use potato water with one cup of mashed potatoes in it. Add the yeast. Beat well and allow to set over (light. In; the morning add the balance of the standard /flour and whateVisr substitute flour lis used. Knead Ughitly until smooth' and well mixed.'.Pla'ca In a \varm, lightly greaa standing will givo you j'est." Also "if ye continue in my wnrd-yc Hlmll know the Trutli and the Truth shall make you tree," in otlicr words, Itnow lliat God is not the giver, autlior or sonder of diseiise or tiiliariMoii.v of any dn.ifrip-tlon, that it Is not lli.'i will, llow many times Jcsiis ,'3aid "13n not afralcl," shoul8 be not see that it's the'fear and doubt of tlie good tliat is dragging HO many oC us into tin; depths 'of min-ery? Why do we not do more logic, reasoning iind'reaiizc the God who Infinitely and eternaliy good, thereby llvhig the"pGr(ect love tiiat eastefii oiil four, "He that bi'liiivuiJi on uw and tlie worlts that I do, sUiUl ye do also, which works .w,ere tljg i,ica(;lilng of tlio! gospel, tlio savliur of iim sinner, the hoalhiK ot Ihc^sH-U aiyl even llio niislngrot th'c OnMpiOvtHu^i.) arn told is'ttie iaflt Bnemy Mrf Iff rinstroyoii, wliy do we:-,go.'On tlnnl of fear, worry, .-inxicly and doubt whicli arc tlie cause of ii: ease or a'disease germ; Wlicn.onr Hav-Joui- did the liealiug work Ho cast out the belief of disf;asn, blindness, dcaf- j ness. clc, and saw only tiic perfect man nii'li;ingciiliic and nncli.'inged, Uatiicr IlKin wear anotlier mask ^he I world sliould I'cmove. tlic one that lias ! liccn worn iVir nearly (wo tlioiisand : .\'e,'u".> - I hat of ignorance niid svibsli-' lute, li'.i' oni! c;f riglit Ihinking or right lnu)�in,u'. 'I'll,' juTnour of liglil. Were is ;i pi;iypr worl^.i luiviiig! When i.s near, Tfiere'.'; nothing to fe.u-. U. E. .MOil(.;.\.V. ASKS TO BE DRAFTED AND BUYS $1000 BOND if a man really doe:; not iiave to loves a yii�,..., "o"v.j a-^^" Saimoh Day, which is now a national ed diBH,r;cdv^r and put in a draught-institution. - free place ito^rlse until double its The Canada Food Board asks thatVbulk. Knead lightly and let it rise n'u,.,o,io�, siBt he made an i ,-.Qin-Shane info loaves and wlietl next Thursdayr tjjp' Slst be made an absolutely meatless day, and that fish be used in eyery home. If this is done conscl6ntlou/Bly by all and stmdry, the saving in meat will amount to three million pounds In round numbers- sufficient to provide half a pound of, meat per maii tp six million of the allied soldiers on the western front.' In addition to what it enables us to send overseas the National rish Day is intended to do honor to the brave fisherman, li^ho, with., tlie coming of November, begins his stiff fight with storms, gales, cold and all the hardships to which his class falls heir. Year in, year ou{, fney toll at great personal hazard, to satisfy our demands, and special remembrance is surely due them tor their valiant efforts during the" past three or four years .when the perils of war and ruthless submarine campaigning have been added to the danger that attends the � sea-faring life at all times. The annual value of Canada's fisheries fit the present time is approxlm-' ately 152,000,000, but tack of the fish caught is exported for lack of a4omes-tic market. U would be easy to treble the fishery resources of Canada without any visible diminution in the supply. Within three years the value of our fisheries has Increased forty per cent. The consumption Is still some again.": Shape into loaves and wliert risen to about two-thirds Its size before kneading down, bake for at least one hour. General Proportion.-1 cup .scdided and cooked liquid, 1 cup lukewarm potato water, with 1-3 cup of cooked mashed potatoes and 1 teaspoon salt. The flour must be in proportion, 1 cup of substitute flour to every four cups wheat flour. ^Add the substitute flour at the dougli state alway.s, as substitute flours do not stand fernisntntlon as 'Well as wheat flour. Rye Muffins 1 cup liquid 1 tablespoon fat 2 tablespoons corn syrup 1 or 2 eggs 4 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 2% cups rye flour THREE IRE V.C.'S cent. The consumption is still some- flntnrm C^nlHiprs and Onp what meagre, ^Ithdiigh It has been iwo Untaiio Soldiers ana ^ne from Quebec-Conspicuous Bravery. Stimulated to such an extent through the efforts of the Canada Food Board that it has increased 100 per cent, on an average during the last year, and , 700 per cent, in certain localltiesf Even I when this has been taken into ac-' London. Oct. 28.--Poijr new Victoria count, however, it is low in compari- Crosses have been awarded, three of son with the pre-war per capita con- them to Canadians, namely, Sergt. sumption of:Great Britain and other Robert Spall, late of an eastern On-European nations. At least one pound Ontario regiment, "for the most con-of fish per person should be used spicuous bravery and self-sacrifice weekly, In Canada to bring the home when during ah enemy countersit-market to a healthy and flourishing, tack his platoon was isolated. There- condition I upuu opai. lul-iv, a, v�r".'= i*'"^' I'^ish is not only the finest substi- standing on the parapet, fired upon the , tuie for meat that is available, but it j advancing enemy^ Inflicting, very se-| upon Spall took a Lewis gtin find. stands on its own merits as being one of our best and most nutritious foods. Beef is not' superior to fish as far as sustenance and health-giving qualities are concerned. Somp of, the hardiest vere casualties. He tlien cfeme down from the trench and directed the men into a sap 75 yards from the enemy. Picking up another Lewis gun this gallant non-comraissloned officer again are concerned. Somp of, the naraiesi gallant non-comraissionea oiucer again races In the world, including the climbed upon the parapet and by his fire held up the enemy. It was while holding up the enemy at this point that he was killed. SpaJl deliberately gave his life in order to extricate his platoon from a most difficult situation and it was owing to his bra^'ery that the platoon was saved." The second Victoria Cross was awarded to Corp. Harry Garnet Bedford Minor, late of a central Ontario regiment,.for "the most conspicuous bravery and devotion to du�y in attack when, in spite of severe wounds, he refused to withdraw^. He rushed an enemy machine gun post single-handed, killing the entire crew and turned the gun on the enemy. Later, with two others, he attacked another machine gun post and succeeded In putting the gun out of action. Minor then rushed' single-handed an enemy bombing post, bayonettlng two of the garrison and put the remainder to flight. He was mortally wounded in the performance of this gallant deed;" The third Victoria Croas'was awarded t^ Pte. Thomas Dinesen, of a Quebec regiment, "tor tlie most conspicuous bravery displayed during 10 hours I of hand-to-hand fighting which result-od iij the capture ot oyer a mile of I strong and stubbornly defended ene-j my trenches. Five times in succession he rushed forward alone and ain-! gle-handed too put out of action hos-I tile machine guns accounting for 12 ot the enemy. His sustained valor and resourcefulness Inspired his comradps at a very critical stage of the .action and were an example to all." I ill *.�*.- ..--, ---- , Scandinavians, the Highlanders, the .Tapanese and Chinese, are great fish eaters. According to Sir James Crlghton-Browne,"M,D.', D.Sc, of London, l ? ? ? > ?>* ? ? > ; : .> well, shape. Into small flat cakes, and ? : roll in rye .flour. Place on baking pan : THE CLOSING OF THE : with a little fat in the oven and : CHURCHES brown well.  i ? > > > > ? ? '.;� Tak� fwo-medium-sized onions sllc-ed very thinly. Fry one thin slice of We all know the closing of the fat bacon until prisp. Add onion and churches and the opening of the thea-cook until' tender. Cover with two cups tres since the present epidemic was boiUnf water and add one cup diced a great Inconsistency, not an'Inter-r^w pptatoes and cook five minutes, national wrong but a mistake. Add seasoning,It desired, pepper and But why i-Tose the churphes? The salt sftitf a little celery salt. Cover church It fulfilling its mission is a and sjmiper slowly, one-half hour or haven otwest, a place of refuge, a sur-until ;'the potato^? . are thoroughly, cease from pain, sorrow, sadness and Ulltil ^bMV . --- -------o---^ done. Pass all through coarse sieve. Return ;tp the stove and add two cupa of milk. Mix two tablespoons flour witlr tw,p tablespoons fat and add to soup. Boll until the flour is thoroughly cooked.. , �i'.:: Coddled Applet Pepl and core as many apples' as are necessary, koepfng them whole. Take the core out with small knife or apple corer. Make a syrup of one cup of white corn syrup, one cup of water