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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm iGE FOURTEEN THE LETHBRIDGE DA1LT HKRAKD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 19Ts rhy Is Sugiar Supply So Tight? are Some ^binters Which Give You An Idea How It is #That Your Restaurant Sugar Sup^H^Dwjndjed and 1 Y^v&ef'is Stingy WitM$�r&icfo 4-& * 12.OO0.OOO _ Woald- . Shortage, of crop: There is a 3(10.000 Jton shortage in Cuba and a consider-�ble falling off of cane production in ho Souta. \ .Shipping which -would have ensured greater-supplies lias been sunk. , Twentv-sbc' thousand tons of ' sugar were lost i recently in submarine raids off the Atlantic coast. Fifty" "thousand tons of sugar-carrying shipping were transferred/ to meet the requirements of Belgian relief. will there be enough to go around? "Yes." . says Mr. Henry B. Thomson, Chairman of the Canada Food Board, "provided due care is exercised in the meantime:" 'Twelve million cups of tea, coffee, and cocoa are-used dally in Canada. If even an average of half a teaspoon-fnl of sugajt is left undissolved:at the Matty irf^ur Patients;^re Sent Os by The Dbctor V�ORE than half of" present day Ul-Iwl ness comes from or is "helped " * along", by bad . teeth.. With the "mouth' and 'teeth 'in good? healthy Condition you are largely immune from many dangerous diseases. Some of the most 'Virulent and painful cases of rheumatism have been directly traced to the poison Entering the system from the discharge of a decayed tooth. In any case you are , far better off,.to have those useless decayed ' teeth � painlessly removed and replaced with sound useful substitutes. In your health and appearance you will im-'. mediately note a wonderful difference. Don't be afraid of the operation at bur hands. . ' ,,, Dmtiitry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art * Drs. Brnner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry V PHONE^63 ^ Ott Blk., 4 Dew� from Leihiridge Hotel, Lethbridge lethbridge, alberta calgary office-115a eighth avenue e. edmonton office-3 cribtall block. ' bottom' of each cup. the waste would be 126.000 pounds of sugar daily.  U is estimated that about one-third of all the sugar consumed in the home is used in tea and' coffee. By'doing without any in tea and coffee, or by keeping, sjtrlctty to.-one level tenspotjn-fuI,-ivO*mendousiaaving; can bo ef- t*$J*'U; ./f '. then-and now? Xorntal~consumptlon of sugar on tlia-N'orth American continent is 90 pounds pel1 annum "per capita, or about �1% pounds.pej peek. ; �� ; In Britain the rate is now 26 pounds per year peVcapita; In France 131-5 pounds, and in Italy less than 7 1-3 .pounds. The Canada Food Board is asking the lndlvtdiial""to keep to 2 pounds a month. This is 18 pounds a year, for personal consumption.. where did the allies formerly get their sugar? ' France, Italy and the Low Countries raised a good deal-of their own. England received more than one-half from the Teutonic Empires, while stio'. Imported largely from Java and to a small extent from the British West Indies. Production in Italy and France is only, about one-third what it was before the war. what about the candy manufacturer? Before he was regulated by the Canada Food Board he used approximately 11 per cent, of the total quantity of sugar imported into tins country. His supply has been cut in half so that he is only using about 5Vi per cent now. \ what other sugar regulations are being enforced by the food board? The sugar bowl has been banished from the restaurant table. Sugar icing for cakes is now taboo. Candy must not be made in the home. , ' - Householders can only .have 15 days' supply of sugar on hand. ;_ �; Manufacturers and dealers handling sugar are only allowed to hare 45 :'days* supply for their ordinary trade requirements. ,' Manufacturers of cakes and/'blscnits have been limited to the proportion of 40 founds of sugar to 100' pounds of .flour. r . The ice-cream manufacturers; have been reduced from 12 pounds of sugar for an1 S-gallon can to 6 pounds of sugar. Manufacturers of soft drinks and kindred confections have been limited to a maximum of 75 per cent, of the average monthlyamount of sugar used during the yeaf *1917.~' " Canners are only allowed an average of* 25 pounds of sugar to 100 pounds of prepared fruit. Based jm last year's pack,; this order -alone will" effect a saving of 784,855 founds of sugar per annum. ' . ^ :" ; ' \. Bakers'have "been forbidden to use granulated sugar* in bread-making. ^Public ..eajing^. houses . ..nvuat .. hare sugar certificates, which "means keeping check on them so that no more than 2'pounds of sugar can be used for 90 meals. .'r.' ; what is the saving effected as a result of these regulations? |t is estimated that the saving as a ."result" -of the public eating house BRITISH LI London. Sept. 27.-^(Reuter's).-The National Liberal Federation, which has just opened a convention In Manchester .adopted a resolution advocating the prosecution, of. the war until a just and lasting peace is assured and urging the establishment, of a league of nations. The motion that the Liberal party, favors the exploitation of the possibility of. peace, and should sympathetically consider any suggestion offered by enemy countries was' defeated by an overwhelming majority, its mover was.constantly Interrupted. The National LTberal Federation also unanimously passed a resolution supporting, such constitutional reforms in India as would- secure the .gradual development of self-government with a view to the progressive realization of responsible government in India as (in integral part of the British Empire. It also supported measures to enable the Dominion's fund India to ;exe*ci8.8J: their due sb'dre in theKt'ontrol-ot' the*' foreign policy of the' Empire and" other matters of common concern to the whole British Commonwealth.. 1 Ex-Pfemier; ' AsquitU expressed strong disapproval of :*the Austrian note, which was not offered as a "real clean peace -effort. He said the time had come when the best heads among the allies who could be spared from, combatant and administration work might assemble in conference to at-' tack the practical side of the problem of a league of nations. Graham -Wafers Tempting to the eye-delightful to the .taste -strengthening to the body. Som-lfor regulations is in excess of 40 per cent. ""-';' : ��* The ^voluntary measures taken by Canadian householders, together with tha Food Board's regulations, are re-sultiug in a sugar saving of over 100,000 tons, annually. , are householders to .con-. sider-jhemselves on a def- - TniteTsugar ration? Yes. They're in honor bound to confine themselves . to 2 pounds a [.month -and to accept;their reduced' sugar sation without2 complaint. : > are they supposed to use substitutes for sugar? Yes. White  corn syrup is op.the market in tins'and is. an excellent-aqd 'satisfactory substitute in cooking. .Then there is glucose, maple sugar, honev, maple svrup, frjiit juices, etc. does the 2-pound ration for householders include sugar for canning? ^ �. i No. ' a limited amount of sugar is allowed for-preserving fruits at home. why does the canada food board encourage canning despite the scarcity of . sugar? > Because, perishable fruits would be lost if not canned. If fruit is sterilized and air excluded, sugar will, not bo needed'�as a preservative, and enough sugar can be.iadded when the fruit is eaten to make it -palatable. how,much sugar should be used in making jams and � jellies? . ' Allow,no more titan threerfourths of a pound of sweetening to each �pound of fruit. One-half pound is -enough for sweet fruits. can sugar substitutes be ; used in- canning? Yes. Corn syrup, ^and other table syrups not made from granulated bu-gar, can be used along with sugar. >how elbe may fruits be saved without the use of ; sugar? . Some fruits may be dried; others may, be stored in a cool cellar. Fruit pulp may be evaporated to a paste, thus concentrating the natural fruit sugar. ., what are the general sugar saving rules? Use all sugar sparingly and whenever possible use substitutes.' Be sparing in the use of confections and sweet cakes. Swear off sugar in tea and other beverages.' Supplement sugar with honey, maple syrup and corn syrup. Sugar is a fuel-food. Get fuel from potatoes and other starchy foods rather than $i;om sugar. thomas resigns packed in'the triple-�ealed striped cartoni-com� to you crisp and fresh, zg Htrth Vest Biscuit Co. Erfmantom IMITB* EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE charges reasonable. . �,........._, -. . . -our big furniture van and auto van insures careful handling with no jarring or scratching voijr piano or furniture. 313 sixth 8treet-south , phone 1097 McLEAN TRANSFER TRYINGTOHIDE : -OA 1 Quebec. Quebec, civ'l] regard to| Spanish in was _prey{L demned in^w nlgnt by Coroner Jollo9ur�^*?7.^ Tiro coroner said there had'been many suspicious deaths and as far as he was concerned a number of them were due to the dread diBease. He said that the bodies of the nine sailors-who had died from the disease in this .port had been taken to the undertaking establishment to be embalmed for shipment and no precaution had been taken-by the authorities. ' ; It vwus reported last aight that' a' died' frod^a^etf)S#d.'4Wfi|lie >i.�iu1 wl^'hlWWVJ**W�Mtlom\ "had -taken' 'ihe'i-disea^ e^'^moif^horUy''' after-wnfd. \ 'Wf ' ^ ' iRES^NTn "t?>-''5 ME as fa�1 T fcoslon, Ma9s,#Sept.-27.-|| gepc^.hefth jaorrtfnis^on.lof ,. HfeWy' B#!Bitaicott, VeJfeeu�re*?sec tary of the state public saifety com-BJtsaioii. is^jpJtftkmnn/.,yeted tpday,,tp m No tiinei ght.vhfcTrei was; set1 'wKe: Hyniod STRIKE AT 'PEG. Winnipeg,; Sept. 27.-Over 200 sash and" door men walked out on strike this morning owing to their being -unable to "secure any agreement; from their employers' regarding 'Increased pay.- They' claim the Increased coat, of living is the rensonMor their de-in'khds. gulav :Mour8j now.' prevalent; hds. ^Xhqy also, iu$t a,.W\iorp. eight irr^fly)'Wvplara�of'''(he^ViUes^"-irre- Clean to handle; Sold by all Drug* .gists, Grocers and,General Etarcat. London, Sept. 27-i-#(Canadian Press dispatch Ifrom Reutier's).-Hon,' . Mr. ^Thomas, who" yesterday tendered his resignation as secretary on account of difficulties over the:railway strike, stated today that'-'he .made his decision because it was'"imperative that some step be taken to curtail some of -the actions of the railwaymen. The persons responsible',JCor'; Jthe recent wicked strike, he qa'id,. musji: be fought, otherwise the country'spoil would be in'a state liko Russia. -His resignation meant a challenge to., such methods. V;.^:'' �"/': CHECK up! iiow much did yon save last week? Your income for the week was so" much. So much you had to spend on necessities. But after spending it you probably had a surplus- most of us have in these days of ample employment and easy money. With some of us the weekly surplus � of earnings over absolutely necessary expenditure is a large one. But, large or small, what did you do with your' surplus last week? 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