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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtT.TF.EN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HRRAKD satimimy, sKPTHMnnn 28, im* Why Is Sugar Supply So Tight? Here are Some Pointers Which Give You An Idea How II is That Your Restaurant Sugar Supply Has Dwindled and Your Grocer is Stingy With the Precious Crystals i 12.000.000 Cup/ of 1*a./i' needs /or $ months -  V/HY THE URGENT NECESSITY TO CONSERVE SUGAR? To Ui�i'! 'iic Allied f!wr!a�(i. To release .-"hips formerly use-.! in the sugar trade to .'any soldiers im! mipplies in Europe. To make up for the loss of Iwef .-silica r laud* and factonss cupf.wd 07 destroyed hy i'.i- Germans in Northern Francs iinii Uaiy. Shortage of crop. There Is a r.'V'.dnj ton shortage ill *' - J1 >.� ami .1 consider- able falling of;' �f the South. Shipping which il greater suppli- ant' production in Would has nave lip en ensjur-sunk. I Twenty.six thousand tons of sugar I were lost r-scently in submarine raids |uff !lit. Atlantic roast Fifty thous ami tons of sugitr -carrying ! \vi>-f transferred to meet th I ments of llclgiuu relief. I I will there be enough to go i j around? [ I "y#.-�." says Mr Henry It. 'fhoiii- 1  .ion. Chairman of the Canada Food i I Hoard, "provided d.ie rare :s oxeri is- i eil !ti the meantImo." : Twelve iiiillion cups of tea. i-offO". ] rtml 1010.1 are used dally in 1'.mails. 1 If even an average of mill a 1 e.-.spoon- j fill of sugar is left umlissolve.l a! tit" SHOE POLISHES KEEP^YOUR SHOES NEAT lmhim tkua pastes, m slack. �mm, tan,oa*k mowm on ox.r.ooo rMctnrvc tnc lkatmul ! bottom of each eitp. the waste would ' he liii.OOP pounds of supar dully, j II is estiniiiteil tlta- nlimit one third I of all the sugar consumed in the liii'.ao j ! is use! in tea uml rofl'eo. Hy doing | I without any in tea am! coffee, or by j ! keeping strictly to one level teaspoon- j 1 fill, a -tremendous saving ran ho ef fectod. then-and now? N'ormal consumption of sucar on *ho North American continent is !M> pounds per annum per en pita, or about 1'. pound* per week. In ItMtnin the rate is now 26 liotituls per year per capita; In Kriivu-e l-."> pounds, uml In Italy less ,han 7 1 e pounds. The Canada l-'ooil Hoard is asking the iiiiliviilmil to keep to _ pounds f :\ month. This is IS pounds a year. for personal consumption, i where did the allies formerly get their sugar.' 1'iaiiee. Italy and the Law t'onn'vi.'s raised a good deal-of the;- owt. K:t-: � land received more -han one-half itoiu the Teutonic Kuiplres. while days' supply of siisai on hand. Manufacturers ami dealers hand- . ling simar are only allowed tn have . 45 days' supply for their ordinary j trade requirements. , ; Manufacturers of cakes tutu biscuits! 'have been litniteil to the proport .on J j of to pounds of siiptir to l�i> pound) I of flour. I I The ice cream manufacturers have |  been r-dut eil ft cm 1" pounds of sn;ar j j for an S-ga!lou can to > pounds of I upar. j Manufacturers of soft drinks and; WANT JUST PEACE; CASES AT QUEBEC Loudon. Sept. -N'ntloniil Liberal 1ms just opened � i-hester .adopted 1 r.- tUouter'sl.- The Federation, which convention in Mnii-r^solution ,-idvoeat- I Inp the prospeution of the war until 11 ] just ami lasting peace is assured and turning the establishment of a leiiKue I of nations. The motion that the Liberal party favors tin; exploitation of i the possibility of peace, and should ' sympathetically consider any sukkcs-j tiou offered by enemy countries was ; defeated by an overwholniiiip major-; ity. Its mover was constantly inter-; rupted. ' The National l.Therul Federation also unanimously passed a resolution : supV",r"nc sm h constitutional reforms j in India as would secure the gradual j I development of self-Koverunient with I {a view Id the progressive realization ) 'of responsible povernment in India us'; i an integral part of the Hritisli Knipire. j It also supported measures to enable ; i the Dominions anil India to exeveist) i '.their due share in the control of the Iforclun policy of the Umpire and oihor I matters of common concern to the j ' whole British Comoiouwealth. | ' K.x-I'femier Asquith expressed ! si roup disapproval of the Austrian -1 note, which was not offered as a real ; clear, peace effort. He said the time had come when the best heads anionp the allies \\!io could be spared from! combatant and administralion work  ntipht assemble in conference to attack th" practical side of the problem of a league of nations. Quebec, Sppl. 27>-T�iiB'|Jction of the Quebec civic healtfi department, with repuril to Jjl'pvonling the spread of Spanish tnllitpiizu. vVhUh j>�. aHlrms was prevalent. \v��1 1 �ovo#niy con-donincd In "an Interview ^Kiven last nip^it by Coroner .loilcourt. '' This coroner said there had been many suspicious deaths and as far as he was concerned a number of litem wen: due to the dread disease. He said that the, bodies of the nine sailors wlui hud died from the disease In this port had been taken to the under-taUinp csiublishmeut to be embalmed for shipment and no precaution hud been taken by lite authorities. It was reported last nlpht. Unit a piitienl at the Hot.nl Dion hospital hud died from tiHliienxu and that the mm who hiwf utirsetl lh(� patient had taken the disease' titid'tlidd shortly; afterward. PREVENTIVE MEASURES. Huston. -Mass.i Sppt."27.-Tito emor-pemy health commission, * of which Henry It. Kiidleott, executive; secretary of the state public safety commission, is chairman, voted today to rcrfiiost pvoprintors of nlLsod* fountains to dlscontliluiv Immediately* ihe sale of all drinks. {iA am "aid In checking the spri'tMl fHf' Ihr'ttonza: No limn was set when the stflo might ho resumed. pay. They claim the Ineronsed cost of llvltiK is the reason for their do. tn'timls. Thoy also ask a uniform oipht httur day In place or tin; alleped Irrc-Ktiliir hours now prevalent. STRIKE AT 'PEG. Winnipeg, .Sept. u".-Ovor 'JOO sash and door nien walked out on strike this morninp ovvinp to their belnp unable to Secure any apreement from their employers repardlnp Increased Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Grocer* and General Store* I �kindred confections, have been limited i to a maximum of T."uhiii Many of Our Patients are Sent Us by The Doctor MOKK than half of present day Illness comes from or is "helped alonK" by bad teeth. With the mouth and teeth in pood 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 prdsun enterinp the system from the discharpe of a decayed tooth. In any case; you at" far netter off lo have those useless decayed teet.i painlessly removed and replaced with souud useful substitute*. In your health and appearance you will lin-. mediately r.uie. a wonuerful differwmo. Don't be afraid of the operation at our hands. Demtiitry At We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Brtiner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIOGE. ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK. * 01^ Graham Wafers Tempting to the eye- delightful to the taste -strengthening to the body. SomMor Biscuit pteked in the triple-ieaUd itripcd cartom-com* to you cri�p and freih. 29 Ntrtk West Biscuit Co. k4.n*,toa imnt> Siilijktaon V&ncouv�i ! repulations is in excess of li> per 1 cent. � ' . Cai'i'diau householders. topelli'T with j th.i Food Hoard's repulations. are re-' ; suit Ins in a supar savins of over ! lou.imii tons annuiillv. : ARE HOUSEHOLDERS TO CON-j SIDE ^.T HEM SELVES ON A DEF-"iNIThSUGAR RATION? j Vt's. They're in honor hound to ] confine themselves to 2 pounds a ! month -and 10 accept their .-educed ,-upar sation without complaint. ARE THEY SUPPOSED TO USE ! SUBSTITUTES FOR SUGAR? I Yes White corn syrup is on the 1 market in tins and is an excellent- ami | satisfactory substitute in cookinp. Then there is plucose. maple sugar. niuple syrup, frjiit juices, etc. DOES THE 2-POUND RATION FOR HOUSEHOLDERS INCLUDE SUGAR FOR CANNING? Xo. A limited amouir of sugar is allowed for preserving fruits at home. WHY DOES THE CANADA FOOD BOARD ENCOURAGE CANNING DESPITE THE SCARCITY OF SUGAR? Because perishable fruit5 would ho lost if not canned. If fruit is steril-ized and air excluded, supar will not bo needed as a preservative. and ettouph supar can be added when tho paki'uhl", eatinp house j HOW MUCH SUGAR SHOULD BE USED IN MAKING JAMS AND JELLIES? Allow no more than three-fourths of a pound of sweeteninp to each pound of fruit On;;-half pound is enough for sweet fruits. CAN SUGAR SUBSTITUTES BE USED IN CANNING? Yes. Corn syrup and other tahlo syrups not made from pranulat"d su par, can be used alorix with supar. HOW ELSE MAY FRUITS BE SAVED WITHOUT THE USE OF SUGAR? �'W.! Some fruits may be dried; others may be stored in a cool cellar. Fruit pulp may be evaporated to a paste, thus i oncentratin!.' the natural fruit supar. WHAT ARE THE GENERAL SUGAR SAVING RULES? I'se. all supar sparinply and whenever possible Use substitutes. lie sparing In the use of confections anil sweet cakes. Swear off supar in tea and other beverapes. Supplement su-gar with honey, maple syrup and corn syrup. Supar is a fuel-food. flt-i fuel from potatoes and other starchy , foods rather than from supar. iiiniiiiinii the saving as i fruit Is eaten to maki 2"tt'O Model Lmtt (or Womrn who prrftr n long vamp with narrow or medium mrrow tut Made in all leathers s inch or q inch height, Louis or Cuban heels, S'> to $tn Solving the Nation's Shoe Problem ALARGE section of the Canadian public ck-pcrnl; upon this company for shoes. Our financial resources and buying power arc greater by* far than those of any other Canadian manufacturer of shoes; our volume of output is more than twice that of any other. Our sYiIcs organization covers the nation from coast to coast, not merely a small section at a time. 1 Our six branches maintain adequate stocks within the reach of every dealer in Canada, and are now serving more than 5,000 dealers, enabling them to fill orders quickly and to cut down the amountpf idle stock on their shelves. Wc aremakitir* every effort to u;e this power to help solve the bi>� problem of providir.jj cnoueh Rood quality shoes to };o around. In the, face of an actual scarcity of leather, it is difficult; but it; can bet d>nc if you will co-operate with us. Buy wisely, for service rather than merely for style, and sue that the shoes you buy ;trc slumped with tho manufacturer's trade-mark. AMES H OLD EN McC READY l.lMlItt� "Shoemukcrs to the Nation" st.johs MONTREAL toronto wi.v.Mi'r.t; j:i�mon VANCOUVER \\'hm yr>tt buy Shoe* to f.,T - -this Tiuji-mark on every so"* 13 THOMAS RESIGNS 1' J London. Sept 21. - (Canadian Press' dispatch from neuter's).- Hon. Mr. j Thomas, who yesterday tendeieal his; resignation as secretary 011 account j of dltliculllf-. over the railway strike, stated today thai he made bis decision because it was imperative Ihat , some step be iuk,un to curtail some of I the iicilnus of the railwayman. The ' persons responsible for Hie reieiit ; wicked strike, he said, must be fought, j otherwise the country'soon would be 1 in a state like Kussla. His resignation meain 11 challenge to such melh-I oils. V :r-J*>-5:*-: 1 EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN INSURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. THE McLEAN TRANSFER 313 SIXTH STREET-SOUTH PHONE 1097 : ? > : : * * dollar you ran save to lend to > her. rules* you ure saving the > surplus you are- incurring a ? great responsibility. You are < not keeping faith. You are ? withholding vital help. Check < up what you did Ittst week. ? There's Pure Nutrition and Body-Building Nourishment in Crystal Dairy Milk Pure milk is absolutely necessary to the up-building of children's health'. They should be urged to drink it freely and often. It is the most beneficial food for babies and growing children. Our milk is absolutely free from impurities and adulterations. It is bottled by scientific methods in a hygienic dairy and is clarified and pasteurized. ORDER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR HOUSE EVERY MORNING.______ The CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd. PHONE 1576 8384 ;