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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1918 T 1^115  LETHBfUDGEiPnArLY HERALD PAGE FJFTEETH �  v. PERSONA!. .,,�,   >' Canon W. V. McMillan who lias lieen visiting af, Cho Coast, lias goneto To-Soiito to attend the'Generul Synod of the Anglican church, which la being held in Toronto on Sept. 11. Mrs. Alvin Ripley and family have nio'ved to 1240 0th Ave. A where they �will reaide.  �  Mn W. H. CarmlU was a visitor in Nelson yesterday. � � � Miss LUa Caaemont.j who has been visiting ,Mlfls L. Cascadden has returned to Edmonton.  �  Mrs. J. Henderson and daughter are guests In jajow Island with Mrs. E. H. Wllmot.    Mrs. G. B. MacKay and family liavo returned from visiting in tho east. >   Mtb. Coutts and family have left the city to reside in Vancouver.  � * Mr. and Mrs. F. Vt'. Urown of Bow Island were motor visitors in the city last Thursday. s   Mr. Bissett of California, who has been spending the aumnier at Wate;-tba Lakes, Is a visitor in the city. �  � Rev. G. Herring of Bow Island will 1)6 a visitor In the city tomorrow.    Mr. and Mrs. H. Ostlund and two ; children have returned from a trip to Banff, Nelson, Proctor and other points.    A motor party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. A, McCorvIe, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Heath and Mrs. I>. Steves left this morning to spend a holiday at Water-ton Lakes,  *  Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edmunds left ryesterday to visit at Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle and other coastal points.    S. j. Shepherd left this morning to join Mrs.' Shepherd at Proctor. Fred Neldig and Mrs. Diion, sister and brother oC Ernest NeJdig, of Lethbrldgei, motored up to Wrnle last week on a visit to their brother.- ,Fernio Free Press. > ;    � ' � Lieut. Cyril G. Beeaton, of the Royal Pleld Artillery, formerly of Nelson, was recently married while on leave in London, England, to Miss Frelda Bagahawe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G, C. B. Bagshawe of Victoria. C * *:>��>�>����** The Nursing Mission Board will hold tho regular monthly meeting on .Monday at four o'clock inj:,he Y.M.C. A. It Is Important that every member should be present. The G. I. A. win hold their regular meeting at 2:30 Monday afternoon in tho Oddfellows Hall. All member's are requested to be present. * �  The Daughters and Maids of England will hold a whist drive and dance on Wednesday evening, September lllh, in tho S.O.B. hall. �  * The Rebekahs are holding rehearsal on Monday night at 8 o'clock In the I.O.O.F. hall. All Rebekahs welcome, m 9  The tea given by Mrs. Kate Phalen at her homo for the St. Patrick's Ladies' Aid was a great success. Quite a number of the ladies ot the congregation were present. *   ' Rev._,G. Herring of Bow Island will take both services at St. Cyprian's church on Sunday . Sunday School classes will reopen, in the afternoon at three o'clock. * ' * Mrs. Hedlund's section of the Rebekahs will meet at her.home, 808 6th Avenue South,. Monday evening at S o'clock. *   The first of a series of miscellaneous showers for the bazaar under the auspices ot the Ladies' Aid of St. Patrick's church will be held at the residence of Mi's. M. McMahon, C22 nth Street South, on Wednesday, September 18. * * * ��� The' Art Needlework Club -will meet with Mrs. Ross 7tfa Ave. S., on. Monday afternoon. ? ? GOLD MEDAL CONTEST > The Gold Mfidal Contest bold last evening In the i;nitf!d Church liall under the au'iplces of the Willard \V. C. T. 11.. was t- great success. Mo.st interesting recitutions, delivered !ii very creditablt- style were given by the iompetltors wiio had been trained by Mrs. Pawson. Those competing were Misses AHjertu Washbro6k, Klliol Waslibrook, Mavis Hlil, .lanot Mcllvena, Marjory Smith, i\Iurl(^ Podgcr and FJdna Hill, oE Canijioro. The judges for the occasion wore Mrs. H. C. C. Salmon, Rev. W. F. Burns and Mr. A. 10. Dutilop who gave the award to Miss Muriel Podger. A musical program was given by Mrs. .lacksOn of North Lethbrldge, a piano! Holo by Miss-V. Gray and a piano' solo by Miss E. Olander. The president o^ tho Willard W. C. T. U. was in the chair and at the conclusion a vote of thanks was moved to the speakers by Mr. W. J. McKeau.    > NO SUGAR servutive positJIon, liiKoi in IS9T, iil which time the Siiiiiiic ur CauiliridBo University \foted to icji^i t ilu' proixjs-al to admit women lo ih" iliU.'s of dn-Kreca althougli not liiiiil'i-iiif-; women from (lualityluB for ih(j;;f: (lc'Brc(;.s. The .subjects neca:^j,^;i^ j),| ea.sily recruited.' .Mtsiiciiif, icacliing, .scientific research, |iuii:lc iuiminiK-1 Cariibridgo University. tration liavo all noodod Ibcso women anri hjive profltpd decidedly by the fact that tlie women were available. 'I'oflay llicro is practically no ob-jiH'lion anu)ng Cambridge grailuate.q lo admitting women to dugroes tlio Kfimo an men. Thoy ar(^ propo.ning to admit women.a.s ot(ual.s of. meri in luairlculatldn, keeping terms, ailmis-Bion to exaiuinalibns. and degrees; tliey must be matriculated from sucli (�oilegos aftrt public hoslolii as Girton and .Vowham Colleges. Fee.s for women and men shall bo the aam'e nnd tlie women's hoi�(.eU siiall he respon-sihlo for certaiir other-...C�.es. , This-provision, as to foe.s v.-ould add considerably. to tho UniversUy'.s financ-e.i. Women ' may qualify for any of-1 flee of tlifi T;nivcrHlty and everylhinii; relating to discipline and ncademic dresH v.-iil bo opeu to women. Tlie.sc tilings are not Included in the main (iemaiid wliicli is only that tho (!oiiii-ci! of lhe__Seiiate shall bbi asked lo nominate a, .syndicate to report on the meatiure.s necessary in order lo admit wonien fo-full niemhersljip ot After Supper Specials at Rylands' MAKE IT A POINT TO VISIT RYLANDS' BUSY CORNER TONIGHT. WE HAVE MANY WEEK END SPECIALS ALSO A SHOWING OF THE NEW FALL STYLES. LADIES' VESTS Regular 50c value. On Sale Tonight, 3 for $1.00 10 dozen Ladles' Cotton Vests in a good weight tor early fall wear, Made with long sleeves. This Is old stock carried over or we could not make such an offering. Regular 50o. .Tonight, 3 for................----......-........ 1.00 40c COTTON TOWELS Regular 50c. Tonight only 40c 100 pairs ot Cotton Towels In good quality attd''eplendld size, ISx'lO inches. The last of a back order of a good- soiling line. Regular BOc pair. Tonight, pair .................... BOYS' UNDERWEAR Regular 6i5c. On Sale Tonight, 40c The balance ot our boys Balbriggan Summer XJudenvear, (Shirts and Drawers. Not all sizes but plenty ot larger' Bizes. Regular C5c. Tonight only ....................... 40c MEN'S NATURAL WOOL UNDERWEAR Regular Value Today, $1.75. On Sale Tonight, $1.25 Gents' Natural Wool Underwear. This Is an Ideal -weight for early fall wear. We cannot buy this now at this price. Better 'stock up on this now. Worth $1.75. Not all sizes. Tonight only, garment .......................... 1.25 BUNGALOW APRONS Worth Today $1.50. On Sale Tonight $1.25 Ladies' Fine Percale Bungalow Aprons. Made in good roomy style with belted back in neat stripes and figured designs, i OP Easily'Worth ?1,50. Today for ...........:............... l��iO FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Regular $3.75. Tonight Only $2.90 100 pair of fine soft Flannelette Blankets. ,TuBt tho thing for an oxtra-covering tor ihcse cooKevenings, Full double bqd size 6fl.'c79. Fawn color with brown or blue border. On sals- o qa tonight at less than wholesale price, pair.................. RYLANDS & GO. There is a tea room in New York which ha.s used no sugar for tbree months. The mistress of this estab' lishment has co-operated with llie Food Administration and concocted do-' licious war-time "eats" that are of Ijlie choicest.'^ There is no reason why the most dainty of dishes should not be inade, 'using sugar substitutes. The four recipes given below are Ihose used by this famous Fifth avenue e.K-perf. Honey Sponge Cake 3 eggs. % cup strained honey. % cup potato flour (scant haltcup). ,% teaspoon baking powder, 1 level teaspoon salt. Cream 'the yolks of the eggs and the honey togetiier verj-, very thor oughly. Beat the whites stiff, and add to the above mixture. Also add the salt. Sift" the flour and baking powder, and add. Bake at once in a deep tin'r in a moderate oven about forty minutes. ThiSi cake should- be separated with forks.,.'Never cut sponge cake with a knife. , . - Sugiirless Icing ,-(tf.thi8-kingUs cooked,to ,therpiom-eter lest, ,it will be exactly right),, Lciip strained honey.-2'eggs well beaten. '(A' tiny pinch of salt added- to the eggs while beating makes them beat up stitter).. -Coolrhoney till the thermometer registers 245 degrees, or for about ten miniHtes at a hard boil. Remove from the fire, let stand for two minutes, then pour slowly into well-beaten egg whites, and beat all together. ' '. - Maple Nut Toast Toast any dark brov/n bread-such i^s oatmeal or rye.' Butter and spread with soft or shaved maple sugar. Pop in the oven to melt the sugai* just a little.. Cut each slice in three long strips. Put a blanched almond on each piece, and serve. Nut Bread 2% cups sifted barley flour. 2 cups sifted rice flour. ' ' % cup bread crumbs. 11-3 cups molasses. 1 scant cup milk. IVj cups broken walnut meats. 1 teaspoon salt. 7 teaspoons baking powder. % teaspoon soda, dissolved in % cup water. Sift 'the flours and baking powder and salt together; add the molasses and nut meats. Bake in deep bread tins, in a very slow oven, from two and a half to three hours. ; The above quantity mak^s- two loaves.   �  CAMBRIDGE FRIENDLY TO WOMEN One of the most amazing things today is the way in which gitta are being showered into the hands of women who have, up to tlie present timer been busily employed ' making the most of their opportunities insload of railing unduly at the "lords of creation" tor depriving them of greater opportuniliea. It is not many years since the entrance of women into the medical profession was denounced-iis' dangerous and even worse. Women lawyers are not accorded a hearty welcome even yet, in some parts of this contiijent and co-education has not yet been accepted by all of the loading unlversilles on tliis side ot the Atlantic. Just at the time women forsook their chosen work in order to help, "carry on'' or just aa thoy have been able to demonstrate the superior advantages which their special training has given them .thoy are being rewarded \vitli wide-open doors where hitherto' they have been confronted by closed porlaL-^. Nurses and V.A. Di's women 'doctors like Elsie Inglis and' hundreds of others rushed to hel]) in tho world's crisis. Men watching ' the work, hnvo said: "Take all you wish of medical training. You are welcome. Tiie profe.sslon is ,safo In your hands," Universities are ad-aittlng iromen on equaltorms with Ben fac medical training. McGilli at Montreal, i^ the.latest addition to the list. . . Coming almost as a shock Is the aunoimcement t�s�i. Cambridge IJni-vers:ty has br(>ri�ty.o6.i designs. - . ^ J ~ 1 AA' . Saturday Night Special.................._______.'......... Remnants of Floor Cloth printed linoleum, inlaid linoleum All two yards fvvide. Lengths ranging up-to 5 yards; Saturday Night Special, less 25 per cent. ^ ;tlany useful lengths here for kitchens, bathroomi, etc. lapies' house slippers Of Dongola Kid,, one-strap, \vide fitting.and "with military heel.;' Sizes-2% -to--4. i AA' Saturday Night Special _____........-5 l��f�f CHILDREN'S "PUSTER BROWN" BOOTS In patent leather and ;guii)metal,J)Uttoii.. style." A solid leather,, boot guaranteed to give perfect gatigfaction. Sizes 10'to 2. � hq Saturday Night Special ..........: r;.: :v--..----:...'0�nfif ' LADIES' BLACK KID.BOOTS , With concave , heels and plain toes. Eight inch'top,'button ' i style. Sizes 2i;^"to;5i'':',; "J-ICl"^^ Saturday NigKt Special i____...____ ................. 0� 1 aF ARROW COLLARS , 10 different shapes of the well known "Arrow" brand collars. Broken ranges, but sizes well represented. Regular 25c each, n rj. Saturday Night Special, i for .......................... �iOC In assorted materials and colors. Small sizes only. | � q -Regular $1.50. Saturday |\ight Special ..................-laltf WHITE KID DRESS GLO�ES A limited' quantity to be cleared. Sizes 714 to 9%. Mtw Regular $1.50 pair. Saturday Night Special, pair ......... ^afC SMOKEisloR SMOKERS ^T Packets Players Cigarettes. Regular lac. a** Special, 2 packets .................. ____ ......... doC % lb. Old Chum Smoking Tobacco. Regular 11.00.  Special, per tin .. .�..................................... 09C Tins, (14 lb.) B.D.V. Tobacco, Black ,C^t, St. Julian f�C Snioklug Tobacco. Regular 35c. Special, 2 tins........... OuC Large Tins Players Cigarettes'(50 in tin).-Regular 75c.. Special ........................................... 03C Vs lb. tinsTSenator Tobacco. Regular,$1.00. . :, QP Special..............................;.................. ODC CANDY SPECIAL > -Finest Chocoiattis. Regular 50c. Per lb. . . .... 33c It:.,' ?0?944503825?0542?34393056906???6757490019456003463360??72395605 ;