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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1�M8 THli LETflBRIDC.E -fa ... - DAILY HER ALU PAGE NINE PERSONAL . t ' > ? ; > Miss liomi Murray Iff f. yesterday to resume her Ktuilic.i ;il llii" Mue- 1'iltlillll institute Hi Cllelpll. � i* � Mr. II. .T. II. Slioith returned last week from attending 'he convention to Alaska and llio ViiUon. visit- ing in Vii:toria ro'ttc. ami Vancouver cu Miss Isabel Sinilli l"ft last week for JlochcliT. New.York, 10 resume lior fsturlfc!.-: at the Mechanics Institute. Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Foremost were in the II. Dnnnhoc of city yesterday on their way homo after having .spent n most, enjoyable holiday In the mountains. *   Miss l^jali Young left yesterday afternoon to commence, her similes in tlie I'nlverslty of Toronto. * *  Mr. Itusscl Allan left last night for the States to join Urn I'. S. army. .�*'** Word has been received in the, city by ..Mrs. .1. H. WlllUe, that hnr lather. Rev. A. Logan (ioggle, well-known divine of Toronto, who went overseas tc-cently for chaplain work in France, has been taken seriously ill anil is in a hospital In liYimre. lie is getting along as well as call be expected. Itev. Mr. Goggle went overseas this summer to do Y.M.C.A. and chaplain work anions Canadian tlglitinn; forces. * �  MIhs Mnrcellii l.afferty left yesterday to visit at Vancouver anil Spokane. mm* Saturday afternoon Lieut. Whitney. It.A.V'., son or Hen T. Whitney, of How Island Many-berries, in company with Lieut. George Koss ft.A.l'\ son of Waller Itoas, bethbrldgc, left for Toronto i to report for the Imperial flying service overseas. They expect, to go to tfiiglaiid immediately. � * * Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Lee. of the Loth-1 bridge .Hotel, ami Mrs. Artnitage. left J yesterday for a month's holiday at j i'orlland. i    Mrs. flcggic and Miss (legale who; have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I .1. It. Wllkle for the summer, have left to visit, lion, and Mrs. Diineon Marshall at. Kdmontoti. warrants ijour confidence dsor Curt Refusal of Was Right Austrian Offer I and Wise. 1 He Hays THE CANADIAN SALT CO ; have been placed on a rigorous ration I | basis and are now using syrups and I 'other available sulisl i'ales lo a large I ! extent. Jam mannfai uipt.; arc even I I using raw sugar. linker* arc not per-! � mltted to use any but ;.�] " " * i sugar in making- bread Kdwnrd Ilayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. i very small amount evil Lavid Hayne has gone to Lethhridgo. j cose Is being used ext. where he will join the Mounted Police i sugar substitute. No force for overseas duty.- Medicine } can obtain sugar today . Hat News. sentation of a sugar �  I ' * * j under no rin.-iinistiiiic's j The Itob.-on correspondence in the j amount, than thr I Nelson. .News contains, these items of ', the food board. ; local interest: Walter .Ionian return-led to Kevelstolo- after n week's visit j to ills ranch hero shipping his fall j apples. 1SU boxes being sent to Rev-:e!stoke. Mrs. Walter Jordan left Krl-i day night for Kernie to visit Mrs. Mc-j Vannell for two weeks. low or brown and onlv a ;ii that, c.iii- nsr. '1 v as Mauul'act urer \ xeept on pre-, I tificate and | lo a greater] allotni * > : > > : : * We haven't been s.iyjni; loo much ibinit tbeiii all summer but now that this year's crop is a reality, it is high tiiu,' to begin talking potatoes again. The crop is a fair one. Tbe war caroms have helped considerably amrj few homes tnis year will be without some potatoes of their own growing. I Tl.e farm houses will have the usual: large ouantlty to put down in the n-l-i j lar for winter use. , j The fanners' wives do not have far, I lo look for substitutes for wheat flour I for use in bread making while they i [have plenty of potatoes in the. cellar.' ! l! would be hard to find a better sub-istitutc than the mashed potatoes left I over from dinner. They can be used 1 with flour tip to a nu per cent, pfo-Thc oven should not be too "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" Mason and Risch Q u a 1 i t y-S e r vi c e-Price You may need only a violin string, a harmonica, or a sheet of music, or you may need a guitar, a Victrola, or a Piano, but no matter what you need, Mason & Risch- Canada's Greatest Musical Instrument Organization-is your logical place to buy. There you can best combine Quality, Service, and low Prices. A visit to our Ptorc will post you on every muftfeal detail. Remember that true cconomv |� NOT THE SAVING of money, but the JUDICIOUS 8PENDING of It. Surely there is no way you can make your dollars buy more lasting comfort than by investing now in a good musical Instrument and from a firm whose policy assures yon full value for every cont invested. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIOQE hot when baking bread with potatoes, and the large natural moisture content of the tuber should be taken into account In preparing the sponge. j "Twelve Days on the Western I Front," is the subject of the lecture ; which Mr. W. A. liuchaiian, Nf.P., has kindly consented to give for tho Wo-; men's Civic Club to help them semi their usual Xmas parcels to the soldiers who went overseas from Lclh-bridge. i The lecture should bo one of the most Intense interest to citizens of : Letlibiidgo and surrounding districts, for Mr. Huchanan has soon more-and [ met more l.ethbrldge people- in his j recout tour with' tho' Canadian editors I than anyone we aro likely to havo the i opportunity of hearing, and being one | of our town people thus honored ho i will understand and tell us what wo i most wish to hear. / } Tim time and placo of tbe lecture I will bo announced later and the club j asks tho co-operation of everyone In-; terested In our soldiers to make it tho success it deserves to be. A A A .} ? BE ? % A *< CAREFUL OF SUGAR. The Canada h'ond Roard urges house holders lo assist in arranging a fair distribution of sugar. Owing to the fact that the Cuban cano crop has proved to be .'100,000 tons short of the original estimates upon which sugar allotments for Camilla and the allied countries were based, with additional shortages due to disappointments of the Louisiana cano crop and the sugar beet corp of the United Status and losflos from Hubmarine attack.? off the American coast, the International Sugar Commission havo been obliged to reduce the amounts allotted to the various allied countries, including Canada. The Canuda Food Board has, therefore, imposed radical restrictions upon manufacturers us-iiiK sugar for the purpose of providing sufficient quantities to supply householders, it would be manifestly unfair, however, it people In tho homos ate up the sugar saved by regulations of manufacturers, by wasteful or extravagant use, or oven by permitting consumption of amounts normally used In normal years. Tho food board urges that n family'of two should not use more than an aggregate of one quarter of u level cupful of auger per day for cooking, table use, and all other purposes, except prosorvlng, and for othor families consumption �hOT'd en limited to llio same proper- -fairs i�w BLUE BIBBQN fhere is no economy in buying bulk tea when you have to use so much more of it to get the same strength. Blue Ribbon -the tea that hasn't changed. 18 Has Your Dread of a Dental Operation Held You Back? THEN' you may dismiss from your miml that couataiit. haunting fear, which liko as not has made you turn buck even at the very threshold of the dentist's office. No longer need you say "I cannot summon up my courage to visit the dentist." Modern painless methods us we apply (item, have revolutionised the science of d.mtUtry. Coiuo to our offices today, and w� will demonstrate to you the truth ot this fact. You need not take our word for it. Question for yourself any patient who bipp�ni to bo in the chair at the titn* ot your vUii, " ' lie or ihe will gladly tell yo* thtt-- Dentutry Ai WePr�ctiieltUaGenUe Art f Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentutry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIOQE, ALBERTA CALGARV OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. Candy manufacturers have hud their allowance of augur reduced lo ' one-half of the amount used by them! last your. Oak* tm*. busunlt makers ' The FOOT TOGGERY Gaiters for Early Fall as well as winter wear are very fashionable as well as comfortable. We have an assort menI of colors iind lengths to suit all requirements. N'o cold limbs for wo have men's and ladies' knoc length leg-Kings for motoring, all sizes. W. J. NELSON & Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING COR. 3RD AVE. & 7TH STREET S. SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER I. O. D. E. TAG DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. E., Will Hold Their Usual AUTUMN TAG DAY SAT., SEPT. 28th THE PROCEEDS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOBtB ;