Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. SKPTKMBKK 7. 1!>1K i^u-: lkthijhfdciR, daily iikhai.I) page fif'teem MILADI I RlTVaUvd posit 1(111, i which ! line llii! Vv i l'n ivi'rsit v -:!>T. al ; Ini t ion have all ner-ded i I :-1 n-nl f;! available.' ni' ii> � Tuila;. liU'i'i' N pract i. all.v mi nl) 'lOllgll HOI ;i.-ii lion ;�iiioih' o ' Ivi's al a I 'mo thinking ii:' * The Hold Ali-iliil ('oiliest hi'lil la-t'lia:'. i�.--'l shown til,.I i evening ill til" Lulled Church liall i-i women are a n,.i under ill.- an-pices nl Hi.' Williinl \V. i� -.in iin]mii i:"im� i� i> was; i;i'i'at siiiTi'vi. .M.�. visiting at I)n> ("oust, linn Komi to 'I'd poop],. Iti'ld ;i picnic at Kitsih.no j-oiilti to attend tho C.enornl Synod of Munch in Chiu-oiivw krd .Miiuil;>y. tho Anglican �:liui'�:Ii, which in bolng Those present were Mrs. II. Lueken- j ('. T. 1 lii'ld ill Toi'onUi on Sept. 11. j liy, Mis. II. S. Wiirdle, Mr. ami M m. ! Iiti-hI iiiK P''it1.1ion " ,11. Alnrcbnnt anil Mlns Nellie .Mar- | very credilabb My).- were jrivi 11 by Mrs. Alviii Itlplcy and family have' chant, Men. T ('. K. t'hestnut and ; the competitors inm bad ben trained �moved to J'J-ln Mil Ave. A whoru I lialiy. .Mliis Frances I'heHtnut, Mar-! by Mrs. I'a.vsi.n. Those mm pel ing tht'v will rosido. iguer'.tii and V\'(Tit�tn Llieslnul, Mis. i wi-rr Misto-h Alln'i'ta Wnslilirook. �' � i (' Siminti'1'. Ham SlnilKti-r. .Mr. ami Klhel WiihIiIii'ooK, Mavia Hill, .lami Mr. \V. II. (,'ai'iulll wuh a visitor in i Mrs, |>. It. McKay. Mrs. M. Mi-Kay, � MHiv.-na. Marjory Sinilli. Mini-; 'l'-;',n-'-: Ni ;w! m il' il:;', Aimt"!! to il'T.r'---- tii-i i'l-iii uM- .is men. Tli>\�- iif |>r-i|>ii.'.nu 'n I liv a j.iimii womm: ��:. e t; n . i ::i.iii :in:it!ny am-i he niai rlmiliitcd from i-m-h ; �� a ri'll'-ri-s ami piililii' hosti'l.'i a.; n'-p'-r,-, d in a ' .-ildo :or ri'i'iain oilier i'im-s. 'I'lii--!�!.( i'i' i'l'svishir as to I'i im u-rmlil mill inn-i"ininT- -i'li'i'.iliiy In I lie I'nivi'i'sity's Imam'-'! i.iil '" V,'iiiiii:ii may i|iialil'v for al,-. i.,"- 'iar- :(( of lin' In' vi' Is I;; and i'verylhim; | ijon ndali:": lo ili.-i'i|dim' and u� �;i, 1"mii ill 1 i I'll: ;)"'� will ho opl'll to Wollli'll T!i'\-i' "v -,i'ti iluiii'-i iii'i' lin' Itii'lndiMl in ill" main ;|i i.'i'iiia ml v.-iii.-H i> only linn llm '11u:, ii' .".! ")' tin- Si iii'le sliall i > � ;ii-ki'd |., ni' >'.'� 1111;11;11.i' : �: * : > : ? * : ��>>� l'odi;i r and Kdmi Mill, of Canmore Tho Jnilr.es for Hi'1 nei'.i; ion were Mrs. II. C f. Salmon. Km' \V. V I In in h and Mr. A. K. Ilnnlop who iviw the award to Miss Muriel I'odgei'. A mnsieal program was given liy Mrs. .liiehsnn of North la.'lliln'Idge. a piano solo by .Mis:. V. .% .". The (I. I A. will hold their regular ; iiii.'i'ling at. 'i'.i'.n Mondity sifternooii in Mr. nnd Mrs. V. W. Hrov.n of llow . "ildfellows Hall. All members. Island were motor visitors in I he i'ei|U.'st.ed to ho present. . city last Thursday. ... There i- a tea room in New Vorl: * * The 1 lauglitnrs and Miiids of Kng � whieh ha; used no sucar for three Mr. H'.ssott of California, who has. land will hold a whist, drive and j montlis. The mistress ,.f Ihis estab heel) Bpendtng the sutnmer at Water- � dauee on U'edtiesday evening, tjepteui-] lishineni ha;i i o-npet at.il vp.h i,.,,. ton I/iikcs. Is a visitor in tile eily. ; ,1,r "'-li. in the H.O.K. hall. | l''ood Admiuisti'a, ion and niiiui ml do 1 ... j liemtt.s war limn "eats'' ilnit are nf Hie Re..'. �. Herring of How Island will. 'I lie itehekahs aro holding rehear-1 elioieest. There i-i no reason why i i i � ; u visitor In the city tomorrow, ; sal on Monday night at ,S o'clock In ' most dainty of dishes should not In � the I.O.O.K ball. All KebeUahu we!-! made, using sugar substitutes. Tin- Mr. and Mrs. II. Ostluud and t.-wo! come. | four recipes given belnw iI)v tlm.-e children have returned from a trip to' " * used h> this famous Fifth avenue ,.v Hanff. Nelson, 1'roctor and oilier j The tea given by Mrs. Kate I'lialeii ! l�'i't'. liolnts. 'at her home for the St. I'atrick's l.ad-j Honry Sponge Cnko ; ies' Aid was a great success. Quite a .'1 eggs. A motor parly consisting of .Mr. and t number of the ladles of the congre ' cup sirained honey. Mrs. A. MrCorvIe, .Mr. and Mrs. (i. V. gallon were present. J :',. cup potato flour is.ant half cup i., J loath and Mrs. I). Steves left this � t) i..;iS|m(>n hakim; powder, | morning to spend a holiday nt Water- Her. (.;. Herring of How Island will' I level teaspoon salt, ton Lakes. take both seivices al St. t'yprinn'si ''ream tie- yolks of 'lie , tonight at less than wholesale, price, pair.................. �i�tfw RYLANDS & CO. and add. Hake al once in a deep tin. in .1 moderate oven about forty minute... 1 This cake should he separated wjilii forks. Never cut sponge . .ike v. itn a knife. , i Sugarless Icing ' lit Ibis icing is i'tioked i.i ibermr-m | eler test. it. will lie exactly riglilj. i 1 cup strained honey. ! " eg�s well beaten. I IA tiny pinch of salt added to tin i eggs while beating makes then dial up stiffen. ! Cook honey till the thermometer leg-j islet's H4i> degrees, or for about ten j minutes at a hard boil. I I Remove from the lire, let stand for I two minutes, then pour : lowly into; ! well-beaten egg whiles, and beat all I J together. i Maple Nut Toast Toast any dark brown bread- such ! as oatmeal or rye. Butter and spread with soft or shav j od maple, sugar. I'op in the oven to I melt tho sugar just a little j Cut each slice in three iong strip's, j I'ut a hlanchod almond on each piece, and serve. Nut Bread 'J'i: cups silted barley flour 2 cups sifted rice flour. !� cii)) bread crumbs. 1 I .'! cups molasses. I scant cup milk. I'.j cups broken walnut meats. 1 teaspoon salt. 7 teaspoons baking powder. ' teaspoon soda, dissolved in 1s 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 ovon. from two and a half lo � three hours. 1 The above quantity makes two loaves. * m CAMBRIDGE FRIENDLY TO WOMEN i . j One of the most amazing thing.-' lo-.day is the way in which gifts are he-j Ing showered into the hands of women who have, up to the present time, been busily employed ' making the most of (heir opportunities instead of railing unduly al the "lords of ere-, Hllou" for depriving them of greater, opporl unit ies. It Is not many years since the entrance of women into the; medical profession was denounced as t dangerous and even worse. Women i lawyers are not accorded a hearty welcome even yet, in some parts of this continent and co-education has not yet been accepted by all of the loading universities on this side of Iho Atlantic. .lust at, the lime women forsook 1 their choHc.n work In order lo help "carry on" or Just as they have been ' able to demonstrate the superior advantages which their special training has given themihey are being rewarded Willi wlde.ope.it doors where hitherto they have been confroutixl by closed porials. Nurses and V.A. D.'s women 'donors like Flsle Inglin and hundreds of others rushed to help in the world's crisis. Men watch-. lug the work, have said: "Take all you wish of medical training. You' tiro welcome. The profession is safe in your hands." Universities are nil-Bluing women on ei|iial (onus with �ion fur medical training. McC.lll, at Montreal, is the latest addition to the list. Coming almost an a shock Is the announcement tfe�i. Cambridge University lias hr^'r::-; ^.'~'j,y #*�u i-'.s cuu- I A well made cup of BAKER'S COCOA is a lar^e pari of a ^ood meal. It is delicious, Is practically all nutrition, the protein matter being appropriated by the system almost to its full extent, and its use saves other more expensioe and Wasteful foods. Trade-mark on eVerV Canada Food Board License.' i i-Coo i UP IT1 ER �AKER LUlablishecI 1780 Limited nORCHliSTF.R MONTREAL CAN'. *1 CANADA ��ti�io fnar m*� Something New Abridge A method of doing all kinds of DRY CLEANING that eliminates EVERY TRACE of the SMELL of GASOLINE, ThiS" can only be done by the use of an up-to-date Dry Cleaning POWER PLANT such as we have recently built, and equipped with the latest type of machinery. The Dry Cleaning Plant is entirely separate and apart from the Laundry. IT IS OURS TO SERVE. GIVE US A TRIAL. C. S. FARROW, Manager P. 0. Box 477 Phone 451 SPECIAL Sat Night SNAPS at "The Bay" WASH SATIN �Hi iic b"- wid" ;i ]iinl;, blue black, grey, gp-cn and nil Itcgnlar In >-.nn. ;-iainrday Night S|icii:il. >:nd ..... 1.29 4 DOZ. PAIRS ONLY, TURKISH TOWELS 39c in lir.'ii and ri-d Mm!: |mtt.-i'!i.\-'.i. Kcgular Shi unlay Nigh' Special 15 PAIRS ONLY, FLANNELETTE SHEETS 3.75 l.aic l_'-l >ize. Itegiilar .ft "i� Sai'irdny Night Special .......... 10 PAIRS ONLY, FLANNELETTE SHEETS ..........................3.15 1II size. Uegul.ir "ai Saturday N'iuln. Spi-iial ... 10 PAIRS ONLY, FLANNELETTE SHEETS 2,29 I'l-t ^i?.e. Regular N-Saiiirday Niglii Spe ial . LADIES' SMOCKS Tin- remainder id imr loveiy range of ahm-e, ill the very latest, styles. KcKiilur prices up to STiim. to be cleared, n QQ Saturday Night Special ................................. ladies' waists A special line of tliesI> pair. Sniurday Night Special, pair ......... VJC> ~SMOKEs7o^ I'iickeis riayers t'igarctti'S. Hegular iac. Special, " pacliets ...................................... but li lb. Old t'huiit Smiilung Tobiicco. Hogtilar $1.00. ftCj� Special, per tin ........................................ ODC Tins, t' h Hit HO V. Tobacco, Ulacl; tyu. St. Julian |"C Siuolilng Tobacco, llegular V.ac. Spucial, i tins ........... 30C Large 'i'lns riayers (llgitrt�ttos (50 in llnl. Kegnlar 7f>c. Special ...................................:.......... '.a lii. tins Senator Tobacco, ltegular $1.00. Special ............................................. 65c 85c 33c II I Remnants of Floor Cloth PRINTED LINOLEUM, INLAID LINOLEUM All two yards wide. Lengths ranging up to j yiti'dtf. Saturday Night Speeial, LESS 25 PER CENT. ^ Many useful lengths here for kitchens, bathrooms, etc. 3028?387?3400389?563544801?164937643744684467389715368856?