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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920 THE MSTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD MILADI C- PERSONAL Mrs. K. of 653 llth St. S., will receive on Friday afternoon of this week. _ Mrs. A. Southard returned to her .lome in Calgary yesterday afternoon. While in the city, she was tae guest of Mrs. K. F. Laytou. 0 e Mrs. George F. Dracup, ot Yorkton, Sask., is a guest at the home ot Mr, and Mrs. C. Catberry. Mrs. D. C. Macnilllaii has as her. guest, Mrs. J. of, Tiber. Mrs. Charles HysDp-Is Gait hospital, ious operation. V Mr. C. 11. Williams pit .'CAlgiry.. !i ainons tho visitors the city today. Mr. J. 13. Ton-ill today from an extended trip In eastern Can- ada and Chicago, .Miss Edna Wilson has returned to lioi- home in Hegina after" spending a week at tho liome of her M.CS. Charles Carberry. O 3 Mrs. 0. K-.Drake of oaUata, Mont. is visiting her Mrs: Meredith.'-1 Mr. C. A! Ll'lllc is back from a.vi wilh his wife 'and- familv: at-- Lone Ucach, California. -J s Mrs. Ariffcw'Mara Snil ter, Kathleen, 'who have spend- inE a tew days in the clly, the giwa'ts of Mrs. O. H. Patrick, left Saturday evening for their home in Lethbrldge. Mls3 Ltmora Patrick accompanied them and niil remain In Lethbrldge tor a week or two. Calgary Albertan. Mr. C. W. Pickup of the Hedley Drue Co. it spending a few days la Kdmonton on business. Miss Clarissa Rees ot North Dakota, who has spent iho summer at Com- merce visiting her aletere, Mre. F. A. Johnitou and Mrs. C. M. Johnston, left this morning for Banff to visit relatives after spending a 'few dlys visiting Mr. and Mrs. Copelaud oi this city. Mrs. Faiea lias returned from she has been visiting her GAL FREE THE CANADIAN 3AUT Cb.UMtTED' widow ot the late Stcele, with her wo iauihUsrs, KjljBtE Cortrudo and of Mr. and rs-.vy-BiljarKWd tpls week. They Vay from England to Vancouver, -whore they will reside In Ferule Kree Press. -SOCIAL 4 Today, at the hour, Mrs. J. Liv- ingstone, Mrs. -Bass and Mre. J. Hnf- ner entertained-, at the UvingEtone residence In aid 'of khc organ fund ot -Wesley, 'church." .Mrs. (Dr.) J. H. Klvergj.Mra. 0. H. Laycock and Mra. (Jeo. Slioii presided over the tea wag, madefbright with .Tirlegated sweet pea blossoms. Flow- ers bf pink' and. white formed tho decorative note of the room's. Those assisting were Mrs. Robert LiVlng- s'tohe. Mrs. J. C. Uendry, Mrs. John JJvIngstoneVJr., Miss :A. M.'Hufnur and Miss D. Livingstone. During. the afterniXm very' pleasing musical num- bers were rendered by Sirs. R. W. Long. The hostesses arc to he con- upon the genera! success of the tea. t a The Edmonton Journal savs: I Daughters ot tbe Empire were out in i full force on Friday afternoon attend- ing the garden party glveu by the Beaver House chapter at the home of Mrs. William Short. The occasion' was not without a tingo of sadness, since it served .In a sense as a farewell to Sirs. Fred Smith, late regent of the Municipal Chapter, 1. O. D. E., who leaves shortly to make her home In Lethurldse. A- pleasant little cere- mony took place during the afternoon when Mrs. J. D. Hyndmau. on behalf ot the Daughters of the Umpire, pre- sented Mrs. Smith with a life mem- bership in the order, and Miss Daphne That flavor ana crunchy freshness The Genuine Original is produced by our special process of flaking, sweetening toasting the tender hearts of choicest com. fae 38 Daily Bj- Qert Fashion rude Bemford PAGE garlic buds, BU wholo veppers. one cup o( mixed plckSe one gallon ot vinegar, half a cup of white must- ard seed, two of whiln cloves. Sprinkle- the cucumbers with salt and let stand then wipe lad pack ioto lira. Hcit vinegar and spices to boiling and fill each jar to otsrflowlng. Place In each ]aj- one red pepper and garlfc'. Pickled Plums A delicioua-pickle la serve wlili meat ia made'aa follows: 6 ijuarta purple- piuma, .1 cup miM vinegar, 1 tablespoon ot allspice, ci'iaamon and ground cloves, 4 good cu.is sugar, 2 cups water. Cook all together slowly until you have a Jam-like substance Seal, When tuo elass stopper ot the vine- gar or oil cruet sticks, don't bit it. The most careful tapping has teen known to crack tho neck of the bottle. Pour water over the- outside ot tho cruot, gradually Increasing the tem- perature. The heat causes an almost Infinitesimal amount of expansion of the glass holding the stopper, but enough to allow its easy removal. This will not. creak even cut glass. The slowly increasins heat tempers the glass, so there is no suduc-n change ot temperature. CIRE RIBBON BINDS THESE SEAMS One of the beat liked trimmings is clrc ribbon. Its glazed surface adds a distinctive touch to this suit of gray veldyne. The front panel of the skirt is outlined with the ribbon, which Is white, while it also marks the hem of the skirt. The coat is cut with a deep- ly notched collar and, instead of the usual huttdn fastening, a little ribbon bow Is substituted. The coat flares away from the figure, and is especial- ly ad apted toyoutbtulwearers. The hat, ot black silk, IB an sailor mode. Around the crown small pieces of bright orange and blue are spotted on the band of black; cire ribbon. When Inserting elastic In waists or lingerie that require frequent wash- ing, sew a hook to one cnci and an yee to tie other for fastening In stead of sewing the directly to tho goods. In this way tho elastic can he .easily drawn out when the garment Is laundered. This save? elastic, whlcli is ruined by hot water.- and makes ironing easier, as the garment can bo laid out fiat on the hoard. NABOB I for Wearever Aluminum NABOB fCOFFEB; Frith, the youngest member In the supplemented) the gift with a beautiful bouquet 61 sweet peas from the girls' chapter. His Honor Lleutonant-Goyemor Brett entertained at dinner on Fri- day night at Government House, in honor of His Bicellency the Duke bl Devonshire, governor-general of Can- ada. The party Included His Excel- lency! the Duke of Devonshire, Hon. Frank Oliver, Hon. G. H. V. Bulyea, Hon. Charles Stewart, premier of AI- 1 berta; Dr. H. M. Tory, H. A. Mackie, M.P., J. M. Douglas, M.I'., Hon. J. H Boyle, Major G. Jennings, M.'-R Jennings, J. A. McGregor, Captain Balfour, A.D.C., Capt. Kinnaird, A.D. C., and Major Stafford, A. D.C. WEDDINGS w fr C' ff -ji IIACKB Mr. Willis Henry Rice of Spring Coulee, Alberta, and Miss Helen Louise Hacke of the same place were united In marriage on Tuesday, Sep- tember the 14th, at the hour of high noon at the Baptist parsonage, Leth- bridge, by the Rev. F. W. Dafoe ot the First Baptist church. Sir. and Mrs. Rico will reside at Spring Coulee. RECIPES FOR THE HOUSEWIFE 4 Kill them all, and the germs too, lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers arid General Stores. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tlio public is reminded of the weekly dance to be held at tho Exhibi- tion parilloa tonight. The 0. I. A. will meet with Mrs. Wardman tomorrow (Thursday) at 3 p.m. All members arc asked to be present. Members of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.G., are reminded of the regular monthly meeting in Har- per's hall on Thursday afternoon at 3.30, The Systematic Giving commit- tee will be at tho hall at 3.00 to re- ceiya all subscriptions. The teachers and officers of Wesley Sunday school will hold their month- i ly business meeting In the chtircli I parlors on Thursday evening at 8.00. The Baptist Women's Mission Cir- cle will meet at the church tomorrow at 3.00. The Ladles' Aid of St. .Patrick's church will hold their regular sewing meeting on Wednesday afternoon of each week Instead of Tuesday, ns formerly. Those desiring sewing to do at homo may get same by calling at tho Convent on the sowing after- noons, between the hours of 3.30 and 4.00. The children of the Wesley Sunday- School Cradle -Roll and their mothers are-cordially Invited to Wesley hall Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock where they will bo entertained by the superintendent, j. He remembered trie time .a .cut got J him up for two weeks. tlua time l {jlHtAlJHG QJgAV nienffiQtatum It prevented infection end healed the cut gently in two days. He always has Men- tholatum handy now for cuts, bums, bruises, etc, When lie had a cold he put Mentholatum in his'.' nostrils. It stopped trouble MeotboUhim Is sotd in iSc. sjid Kc. im, Tit "Tlx Link lath Pear Conserve 4 round pears. 3 pounds sugar. 1 pound raisins. 2 lemons. 3 oranges. 1 6ip English walnuts. Pee'l and core pears. Cut In small pleMB. Peel oranges and lemons and chop the peel. Cut the fruit Into small pieces' the same size as the Put Ingredients Into a preserving kettle and boil till thick and the pears nre transparent. Pour Into glassca and when cool. Cucumber Pickles Klva hunting cucunibgra, rlx' 1920 Strswlmrrj Only a few weeks ago the strawberries in Quaker Brand Join were being picked in the fields of the famous Fraser Valley. As soon as the girls could gather enough to fill a small truck they were i-ushed to the fac- tory and cooked into jam. We hurry like this be- cause the fresh berries give the jam a delicate natural flavor, Dominion Ganners B. C. Ltd. HEAD .OFFICE: VANCOUVER, B. C. The Store of 9 w 1 MISS ELSIE McKIM itcwly-apppiiiteil Director ot House- j lold Arts in the Teclmk-al schools Ontario. Defendant He Helped With Coat, Be- cause He Was Per- spiring The price of a valuable coon coat, (350, was the subject of a claim In -he District Court on Wednesday ng, in- the suit of Oditen vs. Lcssard. The plaintiff. Julius Oddeu, of Het- aw, sued A. J. Lessard for the. amount-tor the-loss of the coat on the premises, 404 Fifth Street, of which It was claimed Lessard was :hc lessee. that he went in -there with the coat on, on the night of Novomber 14th last, Ho had had something- to drink.and had no recol- lection of what.took.place .until the next inorning when.he misced-his coat. J. Garskl, a stated that the plaintiff came thf iiremlses and that his coat by Les- sard against his .V Lessard In aflirm- ed that the premises in question were not leased that ho was there at the thne'Odden came in as a casual visitor.' A game of cards was gqiag on and he noticed that (ho plaintiff when ho came in was Intoii- cated and in a perspiration. As-: friendly action he advised him to take his coat oft and. helping him to do so, he hung the coat on a ueg froni which it disappeared without his know- ledge. His Honor reserved his decision. W. S. Ball appeared for thfc 'plaintiff and J. C. Hendry for the defendant. Del Monte Prepared'-Primes, ready to 7-lb. tin Dried Apples, selected, 3-lb. pkt. .93C Dried Apples, Quaker, per Ib............... ,28c Dried Peaches, Blue Ribbon, 2 Ib. pkt. ......73c Dried Peaches, Blue Ribbon, 5 Ib. Apples by the Wethey's Mince Meat, pkt.....................25c Mince Meat, bulk, per Ib. ...'.................25c BEACH 4 Ibs. Strawberry 4 Ibs. 4 Ibs. Red 4 Ibs, Apricot 4 Ibs. 4 Ibs. Loganberry 4 Ibs. Gooseberry........'.'............... .Large shipment of Prune Plums, Peaches, Barflett Pears, CanEeloUp, expected for the end of the week. PHONES and FIRM FOR SERVICE FIRMER ENFORCEMENT OF LIQUOR .LAW TORONTO. J.Sept. en- foicemfent'-ot.the Ontario TempB'rance Act'is eipecte'd In this city. Hou.'W. C. that a com'plaiats had been majlc recently and his depart ment is how, trying to locate the re sponsibility'.. Reports from other parts of tho pro- yince are- encouraging, tha- attorney general said. Progress is being maj< in Windsor and Sandwich, while is other coritres provincial orders are carried out. 1515 Eighth Avo. S., Lethbrldge, Alta., JSCpt: 14th, 1920. Editor Lelhbridgc Herald.. citizens have made public through the columns o.f .your paper, the damage "done to' gardens, etc., through animals being allowed to run nt iarge. I should like (o acquaint those concerned In tho matter that I think it a far worse crime, when peo- ple have expended a iarge sum on seeii. fencing, water, etc., to say noth- ing of the hard work which gardening entails, when force of circumstances make it necessary for them to move several blocks away to find on each return they make to set some ot tho produce, that tomato vines having from 40 to GO tomatocs'on are stfip- i ped and from 50 to 100 Ibs. ot car- j rota pulled up under cover of dark- it is for ora ,lo RCO what Is going on. If this is tho work of children, It is time Ihe parents concerned made thorn realize j a piece oi property fully fenced is not to be entered 'it will, and that stuff, removed frotn it Is -stolen, also I do j not fec-1 that chiTdrcn conld make Tlso of such a quantity of grcKn tomatoes. Thanking you for tho space, I am, 'Sincerely. JIllS. B. J. PETTLEY. I ib START WORK ON NEW BANK BUILDING The first sod was turned this morning on the property opposite the post office for the new home of the Standard Bank, The house that formerly occupied that ncr bssn rfioved batk and tho ground Is now cleared for tlon. FORMER MAYOR DEAD WINNIPEG. Sept. Joseph Turene, 75 years oM. ot St. j BonKace, forrii'er mayor of that city, died today. Ho was born at Repent- igny, Quebec, and came west In 1S70. WfLL HELP IN HOUSING CONSTRUCTION WINN1PKO, Sept, ol Victory honds. held by {he provincial government, for rlty ot -Winnipeg debentures, to enablfi fur- ther housing conslrurtlon-fn "Winnipeg will take place Thursday, Krtwn Urown. provincial treasurer, crt Imlny. The amount was fixed at which will huild ly 20 liouscs. On the Train or On the Boat The regular use of Abbey's Salt during a journey mil prevent seasickness and car- sickness-and. enable'one to enjoy the trip. Physicians recommend this reliable Saline. WHY COST PRICE IS HiQM (Seattle (ArgilR.) A Philadelphia preacher pays Ihnf I all profiteers go to hell. Perhaps that accounts for Ihc high price of coal, ;