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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THl'HSOAY, SKPTKMnKK 1918 the LiymmiiDGi-: daily pack eleven TO NEXT-OF-KIN As no many local organizn-tion.i are contemplating s fin I -iti!', Xmas parcels to onr men at i lie frniil, nr.d in many cases (iii' addre-is-es lire l.'i/oneci. kwiil nil tlio?o wlio have relatives ovitsiiI" kindly !( av I he address at I lie Patriotic Fund Office. I'o^t office building, iii they are assisting In eoinpllinj; the lit--*i-. for parcels. I i peedmg em up on Tby'tf *?ccca+ The host way to get the most work out of the "human engine" is to give it the food that has the most energy in it. Of all foods, certainly this means FRY'S COCOA -the great food beverage that is all delieious nourishment. If you have to work harder these days, try a regular course of FRY'S. You will need less of other and more expensive foods. There is concentrated strength for muscle and brain in every single cup. Truest economy-use FRY'S 5 1 I I There was mi old woman And what do yon tlili '.. ' She greatly cnrtallcii I loin Iwr victuals ami m-"Ilol.'ed oatmeal." .she I. "Is niv principal diet. Ami will he until The blamed German.' II. Little .Mi-;s Mnffeit (loi many a buffet For hating her curds :n. ! v. Hut now shr ly ui.-'T As an e-con-o mlz i-" She helps put the Cicriii.iii-- -".I.M.K." Tor mi. a way New, � 0 ? PERSONAL 0   Mr. W. Scott was a vi-i'-.r in tin: city from Champion last v., , ' WEDDINGS .IONKS- 11 AS/. AKII. i I (In Weilne: day. Sept. IXtll. at St. Paul'.-- churcli. ('harlottel own. I'K I. j by the h.-v Hasil I' i 'olclough. Klh.d, i ' daugiili r 01" .Mi Jiisii'e and Mr*. It�--! / was iniitiied to Henry S. .lones in:' Calgary, son of tin- late |{ev. Canon ; I Septimus and Mrs .lories of Toronto, land hrothcr of tin* hue II. Morton ! ,lones: of l.ctl.bridge. * . * � MATIIIKI' liKI.ANH After a separation of more than three years, during which time she wa, interned in ISclglum. Miss .loan-ette Belaud, daughter of Dr. It. S. 1 1 fJ Mr. Shepherd of tic Hank left, this afternoon  * � Mrs. \V. II. Dawson and van have returned from Calgary. � �  Mr. II. Joiner and fnml!;. Coulee were visitors in ti: tcrday. *  � Mr. Martin Goeghan os Alberta, It visit trig In th � cou]lle of Weeks.    j Mi'fc. .). .latiiieson and Mi ] ror have re'unud from > i Champion. * � � I Miss holiday Stafford ! casi in the summer with ! and sister, is now attorn! ; some Hull In Toronto. le:-. Maul 'I- t'iilgury. i ' M:-s Hulli-v 1 -:i i111; in f-]inii(! , . I v ves- ISeland. ex-iiosi mast iTteneral of Canada, himself ;> liberated prisoner from (let-many, was married to Vic-'�if Mnthicu ill the little parish church of St. .loseph. I'eaiee. The ceremony was performed !>y l! to report for duty at Camp Jersey. w ho an- hil.'-.-e's el'Vice-l \ � d word i 'IX. XcW HOW TO MAKE JELLY Fruit Jellies May Be Put Away Now and Boiled Down Later. II LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT. DRAPERIES CROCKERY AWDEN ROS. 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 625 DEN 4 LIBRARY FURNITURE DINING ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM FRIDAY SATURDAY MONDAY ECONOMY SPECIALS ECONOMY Our policy of advertising WEEK END SPECIALS has convinced us that the buying public appreciate these MONEY SAVERS, and in keeping with that policy \vc offer for these three day's items of unusual interest. The goods listed as SPECIALS are guaranteed as such. On goods marked at regular prices we invite comparison, we compare before buying, do vou, it benefits both you and us when you do. DO IT NOW. Jack McClung, son of Mr- Nellie, Mcl'liing, has received his iI'lnmUsiun on the field of baltle. I-i-utt. Mr-Cluni.' enlisted as a private with the Princess I'nts about two .'.ears a^o and is now oti'y li years of aw. At present he is enjoying le.i\t_- in lain don. �  � ( > : c- o o  o ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * �nit riii to In I-" pint j,'atheled but them, remov Units into pice add ju-'t cuoii|;h used should he Kiiund. lightly utider ripe, and a short Mine. Wash stem.- and ear. Iiuritn; the month of I July they forwarded completed i pieces of work and in the month of i H AilBiM .ri?l [lice.'.--, iiKiliinj.' a total of " IHl' piece;'. Tile work is most ex-ic'leioly done an-1 make.- a splendid contribution to the Hod Cross arli-e)e- A junior lied Cross brunch has ; ;1 si j been started in this live town. FRUIT SPECIALS At "The Bay" FOR x 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 DELIVERED Crab Apples, Hyslops, very finest for preserving, per case.........................$2.95 DELIVERED Finest Tokay Grapes, 2 lbs................45c DELIVERED Green Tomatoes, 8 lbs...................25c DELIVERED We Have Perfect Sealer Pints and Quarts; also Jar Rings;...............$1.25 and $1.50 DELIVERED Large Cases Wealthy Apples.............$2.60 DELIVERED Splendid Juicy Oranges, 3 do. $1.00; per dor., 35c DELIVERED Preserving Pears, large cases, 42 lbs.......$3.95 DELIVERED hurniiiB by cookiui,'. In �sl:i� lj^,,,,w,J,M#^ �which lire not juicy, add wau-r until | ___ > ? > � DINING SUITE relent piece, selected quarter cut onU dining suite, fumed fiulfih, buffot, extension tublo, set diners. Huffed top t3 21x5'J Inches with mirror back, litis larife linen dniwnr, two small drawers with roomy cabinet, table 1ms ts inch top extend-'ing to six fret with pertcKial base, diners have seats covered In genuine leather, full slip. Regular $145.25. Special - � � $122.50 Buffet Solid oak buffet in either fumed or Roldcti finish, mirror back, linen drawer, two small drawers and largo sized cablnel. ltoe> ular $:ia 00. �|Q a|\ �Spoeiul '............. 6�MJU Dining Table Solid oali dining table. H In. top, oxtonda to six foot, has heavy pcdciUnl base. Kogulur Special .. 25.00 Dining Chairs Two acts only, fumod ouk dining chairs, have pad seats eov-ontd In fabrlcold, a strong sub-�tantiully built nut at a moderate cost. Iteg. $12.50. q�t a|v Special ............. Uf*VU Dinner Set noautlful hand painted china. !)7-pleeo dlnnoi' set, gold band with rOjSO decoration. Good buying at the rogular prion of s;!^_,..:,,140^0 Starting October 2nd This Store Will be Open Wednesday Afternoons MATTRESS SPECIAL All Cotton Felt Mattress Ifi only, built of superior grade cotton folt layer ti|ion layer, mulling a muttrosg that von't sag or gut lumpy, only six at this prleo. | g aa Very special ..... 1D�UU Two Only, Combination Mattresses Size !(!. Tho �4 th�t re-inuln* permanently rigid, no WMn or mitt) to work Special . . 17.00 BEDROOM SUITE Old Ivory enamel finish, bedroom anile of live piocen, bod. dresser, dressing table, chair ami rocker. Dresser lias largo slsci mirror, 2 large and 2 small drawers, dressing table has triplicate mirrors. Top of dresser is slightly rubbed, hence tho low price. Complete Suite........$135.00 Three Only, White Enamel Cribs Drop sides, good link spring, fillers are very close together with extra high sides, sl/.e 2-f.x l-fl, complete .with good all wool iiiuttroHK. Keg. $20,ti(i, | - blame it all on the candy Strain throusli a bag made of flannel, nmmi:iieturers but tliev are not the or two thicknesses of cheesi-clotu or � Kllmy o,10!,. Figures go to prove lliat similar material. ' (\U1 ,-andv manufiicturers use only a Instead of mihui use '-, cti[i corn | smaIi proportion of the sjgar aunilal-sytup to 1 cup of truit juice, boil the . lv eonsuiued in Canada. Moreover, the juice to onc-tliird its volume and add; Fo()ii i;();ini eut their sugar allow-the corn syrup, lioil rapidly. The jolly j ,uu.,, |Kl|f point is reached when two drops run I fbe ,,r,.Seiit sugar ration in Kng toeetlier and fall as one from the side; |anti (s pounds per person per of the spoon. Skim the juice, pour | month; In France I'.', pounds per per-int.i sterilized glasses nnd cool as i fon ,, r m./uth iuclurflng all foods and quickly as possible. Seal with layer of i drinks containing r.ugar; and In Italy paraffin and :> cover of metal or pup/] pound per person per month. The regular monthly meeting of th Local Council of Women will be held | prujt juu.(.R m.,y he cantied now audi at the V.M.C.A. on Friday afternoon j ninde Into Jelly when It is more con-at four o'clock. , vculent and cooler and the supply of . . . ; sugar makes it possible. Uoil the The members ()j tin- Sir Alexnndei 'sugar and juice for five minutes. Tour (lull Chapter l.oli.K will iirocun* : into sterilized bottles or jars. Pour their tugs and boxes on Friday after- into hotwater bath, with the water noon from to or Siiur.luy morn-; reaching to the neck of the containers, ing at Knox church. j Allow to simmer 2^ to :>n minuted. Seal air tight and carefully label each container. GIVE > > * > 9 following letter is self eiplan- WE PREPAY The executive of the Mnjcv Jack Hons Chapter I.O.n.F. will hold tin Important business nice'ing at the residence of Mrs. lloVchiT lomorrow ai'lorunon :u four o'clock. �  � Tho members of Maple 1 .eat Chapter No. 7, (J.K.S., are asked lo meet at the homo of Mrs. Slinpsmi, .sat i-,th St. S., at three o'clock on Friday afternoon for Red Cross and bazaar work.  * * The Sir Alexander C.ilt Chapter l.O.D.l''- are lioldlng tluir bazaar.on Saltifday, Decemher 7 This last minute sale has always been very popular in the past and no doubt will retain that popularity this sear-aut The time mid place will be announced later. *  � This will be the fourth year that the U'tmu n'a civic club have sunt Christinas parcels to our soldiers over, seas. In l!i]f> they scut over -ion par-cols, In Hill! over Tim and in Hi 17 over TOO. They ask yon to help them tills yeur by attending Mr Huclianan'B lecture in Knox church on Monday ovon-lux next-    The parents and scholars of Wesley Hlblo school are reminded of the rally services on Sunday morning next tit. 11 o'clock. All scholars of the school are urged lo be at the, Wesley hull not later than a imarter to eleven. A special program is arranged for and tho public are cordiallv Invited. * * * The first general meet ing 0f the S^S! Malhesis Club was held in the Y.M.C. Hi! A. yesterday al'iernor.:i with the pre- sident, Mrs. Mc('Ienag|-an in tho chair, j Nearly F>�i ladies were in attendance. ' It la always with a feeling of pleasure i that the club members attend this i first mooting after the siinitiier vaca-j lion, and this otui proved as popular 'as over. The programmes were ready for distribution and are very attractive in the coverings of white, aiut gold. Mrs. 10. H. .1. Foster was elected vice-president to fill the vacancy, caused by the removal of ,\Irs. W, p. Hicks from tho city, After the conclusion of the business Mrs. W. Ii. Pawsoii gave two splendid readings anil Mrs. K. McKillop nnd Mlns M. Smith gave several piano selections1 vrJV) WW/ BVMHtl/ enjoyed by all. > > THE WOMEN WHO KNIT > ; ? > > > ? 1 ? * *! The atory: J. I.. Murray. Ksq.. State Deputy for Province of On-iurio. Knights of Columbus, 115 l,aur-ier Avenue. Ottawa, On!.. Dear Sir, -We who have shared In the mud, blood and misery of trench *j warfare know tho need of mich aid to v 1 "ourage and endurance as the Knights of Columbus Huts afford to the sol- diers over there. We have no hesitation 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 them 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 bis 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 Provincial Branch. LAUNCH VESSEL AT VANCOUVER Vancouver. Sept. 24.-Tfc� auxiliary schooner ,1. N. (ireenshields, the first of si.v to bo built here by the William J-yull company, was successfully launched this morning. The vessel Is 2,500 tons deadweight and 235 feet I long. Old and withered the hands that knit. Or slend'ir and while and young; And the wool they're weaving, bit by bit,  If it spake wiili a human tongue Could lull a tale of the tears that rise Unbidden to e.yes mid see A field of red and a smoke stained sky And Uie woe of tho days to be. Needles flying that flush and flit- For ever the need grows great- Are women's .weapons and where they sll They're spinning the web of fate. Make warm the blood of the men iiiat fight Thai the soul of the race may live: Tho wind creeps cold through a trench at night. 'Tis well that the knitters give! Well that they weave of tho wool, for wrought, Lilto a cipher that hides its key, Within those garments there lives a thought Thoy're sending across tho sea; It carries tho message, this word that's knit, lly the needles of live and pride, Tim*, our women who smile and do their bit Are in soul by our heroes' side. -New York Sun, FOOD BOARD FLA3HES FOR * * FEMININE FOLK * : : * : : * > : :  Is It by our sweet tooth that we nro going to prove ourselves unworthy of llie record made by Canada's son3? Morn hullabaloo has been ralsod over the sugar question than over anything that has yet been asked of us In a material sense. 'This sugar iiowtion certainly brings' the war horn* to its," Is n remark you hear on ail handn. Itather n good thing it does too. Tho fact of the matter is that Canadian luiMuliuld* liuvu been ruuuiiiii riot on "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" "True economy is not saving so much as spending wisely." In Pianos the truest economy lies in buying the t MASON & RISCH -beautiful of case-marvellous of tone- unequalled in durability. - � the economy-our to IJome" MASON & BALMORAL BLOCK Buying direct from the manufacturers you further accentuate "Factory to Home" proposition permits you to pocket the middleman's profit RISCH LIMITED FIFTH �T. S. LETHBRIDGE ;