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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY. i*�B/YLD PAGE ELEVEN Try'tf * ? ? TO NEXT-OF-KIN Ah so many local organizations are contemplating sending Xrnas parcels to our men at the front, and. in many cases the addresses are incorrect, �Will all those who have relatives overseas kindly leave the nddross at the Patriotic Fund Office, Post Office building, as they are assisting in compiling * the lists for parcels. * ? * * * ? ? ? * ? ? : : : * ? �; There was an old woman And what do you think? She greatly curtailed. Both her victuals^ and drink. "Rolled, oatmeal," she said, "Is my principal diet, And will be until The blamed Germans are quiet.' Little Miss Muffett Got many a buffet For hating her curds and whey. But now she is. wiser, As an o-con-o-mTz-er She helps put'the '� "Germans' away. -"J.M.E/V- Toronto News. � * ? PERSONAL * �>  *****^*�***o*� Mr. \V. Scott was a visitor in the city from Champion last week. Mr.  Shepherd of the .Merchants Bank leff this afternoon for Calgary. , Mrs. W. IT. Dawson and Miss Sullivan have returned from visiting in Calgary. m m m Mr. H. Joiner and family of Spring Coulee were visitors in the city yesterday. Mr. Martin Goeghan '".'of Mtinson, Alberta, is visiting in tha city for a couple of weeks. mm* Mrs. J. Jamieson and Mrs. H. Shearer have returned from' visiting in Champion. Miss Dorothy Stafford who went east in the summer with her mother and sister, is now attending Brank-some Hall in Toronto/'^; Miss Phylis Higinbotham who lia3 successfully completed her nurse's training ifhd has offered her services for overseas duty, has received word to report for duty at Cainp Dix, New Jersey. �  � Jack MeClung, son of Mrs. Nellie McClung, has received his commission on the field of battle. Lieut. McClung enlisted as a private with the Princess Pats about two years ago and is now only 21 years of age. At present he is enjoying leave in London. r   � f. *  * CHURCHES AND 80CIETIES * * *  �>*******�>** The Willard W.C.T.U. will meet with Mrs. Goldie, 53S 12th St. C north, on Friday afternoon at 2.30.   * Mrs. Laycock's section of the Ladies' Aid meets at the home of Mrs. Downing, 211 10th St..S., Friday afternoon at three o'clock.  *  The regular monthly meeting of the Local Council of Women will be held at the V'.M.C.A. on Friday afternoon at four o'clock.    The members of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. will procure their tags and boxes on Friday afternoon from 3 to 5, or Sr.tqrday morning at Knox church.    The' executive of the Major Jack Ross' Chapter I.O.D.E. will hold an important business meeting at the residence of Mrs. DeVeber tomorrow afternoon, at four o'clock. . > ? * * * ? ? ? m ..holding their >bazaar.on V,M-rWiM * Xw Saturday," December 7. Tins last minute* sale has always been VeYy popular in the past and no doubt will retain I Nee(lles fIywg that flash and flit-that popularity this season. The time | Foj. eYer tlie uee(1 grows great and place will be announcod later.  . � * This- will be the fourth year that ? ? * ? * * * .: * * * ? * : :� * * JONES-11ASZARD. On Wednesday, Sept. 18th, at St. Paul's church, Oharlottetown, P.E.I., by the Rev. Basil P. Colclough, Ethel, daughter of Mr. Justice and Mrs. Hrs- zard, was married to Henry S. .Jones of Calgary, son of the late Rev. Canon Septimus and Mrs. .(ones of Toronto, and brother of the late B. Morton Jones, of Lethbridge. *  � MATHIEU-BELAND. After a separation of more than three years, during which time she was interned in Belgium, Miss Jean-ette Belaud, daughter of Dr. H. S. Beland, ex-postihaster-general of Canada, himself a liberated prisoner from Germany, was married to Victor Mathieu in the little parish church of St. Joseph, Beauce. Tim ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Jlorris-ette, and was very simple. The bride was given away by her father. After an extended tour Mr. and Mrs. Mathieu will reside in Quebec City. �  � ? ? : ? * : : ? : : ? ? * : * ? * ? RED CROSS NOTES. ? � c * ;� ; > ? '> > > > v : : : Fruits to be used should be sound just ripe or slightly under ripe, and gathered but a short, time. Wash them, remove stems and cut large fruits into pieces. With juicy fruits, add just enough water to prevent burning by cooking. In using fruits which are not juicy, add water until two-thirds of the fruit Is covered. Cook slowly until the fruits are soft. Strain through a bag made of flannel or two thicknesses of cheesecloth or similar material. Instead of sugar use % cup corn syrup to 1 cup of fruit juice. Boil the juice to one-third its volume and add the corn syrup. Boll rapidly. The jelly point Is reached when two drops run together and -fail as one from, the side of the spoony Skim the juice, pour into sterilized "glasses and cool as quickly as possible. Seal with layer of paraffin" and"'a cover of metal or paper. . . Fruit juices may be canned now and made into jelly when it is more convenient and cooler and the supply of sugar makes it; possible. Boll the sugar and juice for five minutes, Pour into sterilized bottles or jars. Pour into hqtwater bath, with the water reaching to the neck of the containers. Allow to simmer 20 to 30 minutes. Seal air tight and carefully label oach container. � *?>> * ? THE WOMEN WHO KNIT >  The members of MapIe:Le^C[hapter * *  h7' �^-\fttrrse Rimnsof 63f iDto Old and withered the hands'that knit. #8- 'I9?? tlfo''ctaSC&'�*! O'rslenrto* and white and.young; SrnSo^^ R,d� t^ni�aar And th* wool they're weaving, bit by bit, If it spake with a human tongue j- . . . tnat rJ A field of red and a smpke-stained sky And the woe of the days to be. For ever the need grows great-Are women's .weapons and where they sit us- win oe uih luumi /coi uiai i They're spinning the web of fate. Women's Civic Club have sent Mako \varm the blood'of the men that Christmas parcels to our soldiers over! -�-�-^ seas. In 1915 they sent over 400 par eels, in 1916 over 700 and in 1917 over 700. They ask you to help them this year by attending Mr. Buchanan's lecture in Knox church on Monday evening next.   � The parents and scholars of Wesley Bible school are reminded of the rally services oil Sunday morning next at 11 o'clock. All scholars of the school are urged to be at the Wesley hall not later than a quarter to eleven. A special program is, arranged for and the public are cordially invited. * * � The first general meeting of ,the Mnthesis'Club was held in the Y.M.C. A. yesterday afternoon with the president, Mrs. McClenagtan in the chair. Nearly 50 ladies were in attendance. It is always with a feeling of pleasure that the club members attend this first meeting after the summer.vacation, and this -ono proved as popular as ever.. The programmes were ready for distribution and are very, attractive in the coverings of ,wh!(|t'a.apd gold. ' Mrs. E. R. J. Foster,was elected' vice-president to fill the vacanijjj, paused by the removal of |Wrs. .W, 'if*. Hicks from the city. After the conclusion of the business Mrs. W. H, fight That the soul of the race may live; The wind creeps cold through a trench at night, 'Tis well that the knitters give! Well that they weave of the wool, for wrought, Like a cipher that hides Its key, Within those garments them lives a thought They're sending across the sea; rt carries the message, this word that's knit, By the needles of live and pride, That' our women who smile and do their bit ' Arg .*n soul by our heroes' side. -New York Sun. * a -  ? ? ? : ? : ? : * ? ? : : : : : ? FOOD BOARD FLASHES FOR FEMININE FOLK Pawson gave two splendid readings and Mrs. K. McKillop and" Miss M. Spiltli gave several piano selections Wifl!ft,���M> avuatlj enjoyed by all. ?:: : > > � ' Is It by our sweet tooth that we are going to prove ourselves unworthy of -Uio record made by Canada's sons? aiore hullabaloo"has been raised over �tlie sugar question than over anything that has yet been asked of us in a material sense. i'This sugar qOMtion certainly brings" the war honw to., us," is n remark,you hear on �Ilfiand�. / Rather a good thing it does too. The I fact of the matter is thut Canadian' liauaatooldi have been running riot on FRUIT SPECIALS At "The Bay" FOR Friday and Saturday "WE DELIVER THE GOODS" 50 cases Pond Seedling Plums, while they last, $1.50 DELIVERED Baskets Ontario Grapes................. 73c DELIVERED Case Ripe Tomatoes, special size box.......$1.15 i' DELIVERED /|| Crab Apples, Hyslops, very finest for preserving, .......................$2.95 DELIVERED ' per case Finest Tokay Grapes, 2 lbs...............- 45c DELIVERED Green Tomatoes, 8 lbs....... DELIVERED .....25c We Have Perfect Sealer Pints and Quarts; also Jar Rings;...............$1.25 and $1.50 | DELIVERED B .. $2.60 Large Cases Wealthy Apples DELIVERED Splendid Juicy Oranges, 3 do. $1.00; per doz., 35c DELIVERED Preserving Pears, large cases, 42 DELIVERED $3.95 sugar. They blame It all on the candy manufacturers but they are not the guilty ones. Figures go to prove that tlie candy manufacturers use only a small proportion of the sugar annually consumed in Canada. Moreover, the Food Board has cut their sugar allowance in half. The present sugar ration in England is 2 pounds per person per month; in France 1% pounds per person per mynth including: all foods and drinks containing sugar; and in Italy 1 pound per perBon per month. -  m ******* e * * * * * GIVE * ***************** The following letter is self explanatory ; J. L. Murray, Esq., State Deputy for Province of Ontario, Knights ot Columbus, 95 Laur-ier Avenue, Ottawa, Ont. Dear Sir,.-We who have shared In the mud, blood and misery of trench warfare know the need of auch aid to courage and endurance as theKnights of Columbus Huts afford' to the sol- diers over there. We have no heal-, tation in urging Canadians to support that work. ., .-. Our comrades are on the eve of the fifth winter Canadians have passed in Flanders. They need all the sustaining comforts we can give tliem -to maintain victory-making morale during the coming months. The folk who give the last cent of their last dollar for the welfare of the boys over there have given less than the man who gives his life. The Great War Veterans' Association in Ontario will support and encourage' the money-raising campaign of the Knights of Columbus.  .Yours truly, (Signed) W. E. Turley,. , Secretary G.W.V.A., Ontario Provln-' cial Branch. LAUNCH VESSEL AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, Sept. 24.-The auxiliary Bchooner J. N. Greenshields, the first of six to be built here by the William Lyall company, was' successfully launched this morning. The vessel & 2,500 tons deadweight and 235 feet, long. '. "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" "True economy is not saving so much as spending wisely." In Pianos the truest economy lies in buying the ^ MASON & RISCH -beautiful of case-marvellous of tone- unequalled in durability. ~ '"- ' Buying direct from the manufacturers you further accentuate the economy-our "Factory to Home" proposi-. tion permits you to pocket the middleman's profit MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDGE , IJW m ;