Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 15

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. SEPTEMBER 20.1917 T1IK DMI.Y PAGE FIFTEEN You don't like the cheap tea you are using. Do you? Pretty Poor iTea.Molher Before the war so increased the cost of living, many people used to drink better tea than they are now using. Perhaps, this is true in your case? Of course, you are net drinking poor tea because you like it, but because you it necessary to save money. But arc you really saving anything teas only make about ISO cups to the pound. You are lucky if you can stretch them out to 185 or 200. On the other band, Red ROM Tea easily makes 250 cups. It goes further because of its fine quality, consisting chiefly of Assam teas, the richest and itroagot in the world. You may almost doubt if to many ctipi of tea can be made from a pound of even such good tea as Red Rose, but you can readily prove the economy of Red Rose without waiting for a package to be used up, Just use a Seyt leaves less of Red Rose for a brewing thari you use'of common result we are jure will please and surprise you. Kept T. H. Estabrooka Co., Limited St. Jotim, Toralo, Red Rote Coffee it at generously good as Red Rose Ten N. ALBEH WILL Edmontou, Sept. Ihe Do- minion government lake' over lli'ei rc- .punalbllHy for raising the' pntrlolH' 'und. and tbnt no act Jon bo taken by Lo luectlng towards oesl year's funds vas the decision of the board of man- agement of Ino North Alberta fund semi-annual meeting In (he MacUonald liotel today.. Tlicro were irescnt nearly nil lUo members of he far districts north of Kcii Deer, uuJ :ilso others are d-nicc] Iho auinlulatrallou of JumV 'A, F, Kvrlne, the president, occupied Ibc chair. MINISTER TO MEXICO. Madrid, Sent. DiiliC ,ol .Amain lias been appointed Spanish minister to Mexico. Ho will succeed Alexandra Padlllo, who has beon to Lisbon. The Time to Save 3 Your Hair is Now "-NEWBRO'S HEHPIC1DE is tho one remedy on your druggist's shelved which may always be de- pended upon.' V'TT-'- '.Instead of; conpluntag to -JMT friends udXjttKntrowg corer vour. loss of your '.local. druggist aidd pcrcbue bottlo of NKWBRO'S IIERPICIDE: It is knd oHfiu remedy for, dandruff, stops and checTts falling hair. You can save the hair you much easier thin "you can'yrowntw. The time to save your hajr is now. THie remedy for' doing it la NEW- BRO'SHERPICIDE. AppCcatiom mar be obtato bat hartw shops ami hair parfon. It b ruvwlMd by The Herpldde Co, SPECIAL AOENTS, .J. D. A Co.; Genea, Sept Journal ol Hudapegt says Dial during the visit of the kaiser to the' Ruman- ian front recently, an entirely armed Austrian regiment, consisting1 chiefly of Bosnian Slavs deserted en to the Ruraanlaos. They aeVed to be Incorporated as volunteer! with the Serbians. Their request vas grant- ed. The Journal demands that doubt- ful troops should be withdrawn from tbla front, und adds thut the kaiser must hftva been badly Impressed on learning the newe. IN NO DANGER. Magi-alb. Sejtl. Thursday eenlng tbe Final Swarm meellng of the "Oee Hire work convened In Assembly Jlall. This Is (ha finish of tho Etmimar work and a number of girls received their awards for the cells rfllci! aii'l Ihe splendid work ic- Kadi girl must hare filled 3C cells before aha can receive her award, some of them winning first sonic second and some third. President, ilra. MacTurncr presided fit meeting, The Bee Hive were sum; wilh spirit and vim. Tivo very pretty lableaus were given. One In field ol health representing First Alii, WHS presented hy the Sago Lily Swarm, In charge of >Ira. Jos, Evans. This represeuteJ scone "Somewhcco in tcnl anil camp fire, some wounded soldiers auil Itccl Croes nurse, also a rent soldier In htakl on guard, Jii tho person ot John Drldge, who was r.a Icaa'eu jiiJ tmm P.neland ou nccounl of his health. The B'rU ttk- Ing part were. Huby Sheldon, Afloia JpnBOfi, Gen Toomco and Myrtle Hale. The other lableau In tbe field ol Public Service, was also very pretty. A Kouudcd soldier lying In Led and a nurse reading to liim, a uursc pra- paring a liandage, onollier i Ihe Red Cross dgg, Miss.' Canada, standing In the centre the nag, ilr. nrldge look part la this also. Tho awards Tvere presented 'tojllie membere by Bishop Harkcr, 20 girJa received first rank, 16 received second rank, and 5 received 3rd rank. Mrs. Boyson rinil "Mra. Hennlnger. and Miss Jensen and Miss Salmon, members of lie Slavic Board M.I.A. were also pre- sent. Games'TVCTC played and refresh7 menls served anil everybody renorla an excellent time. MI LA DI PHONE 1224- Mr. and .Mrs. K W. IJywncr left lo- iy for a monlli's visit In Vancouver. i Mrs. Clco. Ewing of Taber wag (ho UDSI ol friends In ILc city yesterday1 auJ today. fireat preparations arc lielug j a Columbus Day Dan, to Lie Held Iho S. D. 1C, hall on I lie evening of October I2lb, Columbus Day. I Splendid music .will to provided und' the affair ivJII be strictly formal. ThoJadles of.'.Crystal I.ake Intend tlig it box social aiid-danro In (Uc ry.fif-jl'Lakc School Ucoru on cr to: enable- Uiem to send cejs to Iho clhbridge soldiers at ihe front. All ihe rel'irncd veterans ore heartily Invited. Automobiles 1 lift to bring them out. heartily invited. Good music apd refreshments, 1 A very pretty wedding loolc plnce on (he evening of Sept. at Ihe home of Mr. Jolm Kor. west of Xoulc- when Lilllau Slay Kirk, iiteco ol Mr. and Mrs. Poi. was inarrleil to Herbert Malthers. 'The bride wore a gown ol Ilcali color crcpo Ue client) With veil and orange blossoms andi.iVEs attended by her cousin, Mlsa ilatel Pox gowned in while poplin. The gronm was attended by Ms brother Thomas. The supper was serrcd to about Lwcnly- The Art Needlework Class vJIH meet Mrs- OUVTFOD, iHh St. on aftermjon. I Alleeii and Walker uiiuliam leave I uhlghi for LlJniuutuu tu oiuer tlio Mrs. A Gulf Fort, Sept. British Blearner TvMch became disabled after battling flgahieL (he hurricane a Hun- dred miles oft this port last Thurs- dny: la In no I mine Ala la danger, re- ports today sUlcd. 5ho Will be brought to port lor repairs. Aid hag been sent to her. NORWEGIAN SUNK London, Sepl. NorWeglaiv foreign office reports Iho sinking In the Atlantic or tho Nonreglan sailing vessel Salren, 605 Loni.. Mason Risch Pianos "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" TWENTY BRANCH HEAD OFFICE ANO FACTORIES, TORONTO If you are interested In GOOD IMarios instruments that have received the sincere stamp of approval, notonly in every Prov- ince iu onr proud Dominion, but from every colony in the British Empire, Aus- tralia, India, New Zealand, and other points that have proven their 'ability to withstand the .severest extremes of climatic conditions in mountains, country-side, seashore, arid dry beHs and severe frost of our central will he to your interest to person- ally Inspett the iiniisual art creations of Canada's leading fac- tory. MENU POR MONDAY. Breakfast Oatmeal I'orrldge and Uacon Potato C'akes i Toast Tea or Coffee Milk Sugar Luncheon Corn Soup Breed Potato Salad Baked Apples Oatmeal Cookies Tea Milk Sugar DinnBr uniton Carrols Holleil Graliam nrpad Collage I'mlding with Caramel Sauce The recipes for Potato Cakes and Collage Fudrtlng, ruentioneU abovo are as follows: Potato Tula ciip TIRKL- ed potatoes, heat one egg. Season i sail and pepper. Shape Into iniall cakes, nnd'roll Ju fiucly sKted oatmeal or .cwh'rneal. Put hot tecf drippings into rryJnB-pan, Brovrn on one side, turn and brown on the other. Cottngc level table- spoons cup sugar; 1 ege; _ Jcup level cups sifted flour; 4 tablespoons baking powder; teaspoon Ball. Mli as" tor butler cata mixture. THE MS DISAPPEMS Vancouver, Sept, The rartf jU3 disappearance of her husband Liv- ingstone HIHoa, a prominent lawyer of -For Hand, Oregon, while on an auto- mobile trip from Calgary to Seattle Is reported hy Mrs. HfHon who became the wife of Mr. Hilton, In Winnipeg, only three weeks ago. Aftrr the wedd- ing Mr. and Mrs, Iltllon went by train to Cnlgary. From there Mrs. Hilton went to Vancouver by Irain while Mr. Hilton left In hla nutotnoLIle; Seattle, Intending to leave the flnlp- monilo thoro, collect the (5UQ bond given whsn he brought the machine into Canada, ami then rejoin Ms n In Vancouver, after which they Inland cd. taking a honoymoon trip to Cali- fornia. Mrs. Hilton, who Is a former resident of Port Hope, Onl., fears that her husband may have been murdered or some accMent may have occurred which has rendered him unconscious cr unable to give any account of his difficulty. NO. 2 IS Winlilpcs, Sont. la ordered by the board o[ grain atJirtrrlsori (or Cnnada that tho nrlce of No. i On winter wheal ghall be tZ.ZZ bushel 'store' Mon- That this price shall be clfectlvo io Oclober 1, 1917 and contlnuo unlll August 31, HIS, fiotb In' FOR SALE Choice Improved Farm Lands NEAR CLARESHOLM AND AT CLENWOOOV1LLE. APPLY TO A. O. CAMPBELL OR' E. K.i BARKER, OR. J, REYNOLDS, MASON BALMORAL BLOCK RISCH LIMITED FIFTH S. THE STOREo' BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBPIDGE Mr and .Mrs. Parka arc spe few days ID Calgary wilh Parhs1 molljer, .Mrs.xKline. i There vrlil lie an executive mectlnn tho CJali tlmptcr. O. D. B-.'on .ilomlay afternoon, at' guarer of three, lu the' Kit's clulj i room. A collection of old rubber will be made by (he Major Jack Itoss rliaii- ler durjrjg ttie next week. I Anyone having any to be call- ed 'tor, please .pjiouc Mrs. Oslluuil, i pbono rtCS.- WAR MENU FOR SUNDAY Breakfast. Cornflakes Grapefruit Marmalade Toast Tea or Coffee Milk Dinner Cold Itqast Ueof Uucliess Potatoes Vegclablc Afarron' Coroslarrh-Afould Hot Cliccolate S'iuce Cookies Tea Celery and Gcet Salad Ilrovi'n Dread and IJutter Peach PrcEcrves Cako "Cccsi Milk Sugar (Sunday's menu la planned so is to make the labor of cooking meals on Sunday as light as possible. lliUK giving the house uiotlicr and Ler hciiibrs their fair share of The recipes for Cornstarch Alould and Urdwn Bread, mcnlloncj above, are 03 follows: CornsLarch 4 tablespoons; sugar, G tablespoons; milk, 2U- cups; vanilla, 't Scald milk; mix cornstarch, sugar, and salt fU teaspoon) ivlth n little coM ivaler, and atlil to scalded milk. Cook over hot 20 mlnulDs, sllrr- ins part of the time. Add vanilla, and pour iuto a cold, wet howl or tin. -When colil, turn cut mid serve. Ilrown Hrcad Kye meal, 1 cup; granulated cornineal, J cup; graham flour, 1 cup; sotla, table- spoon; scill, 1 teaspoon; molasses. cup; 2 cups sour milk, or cups sweel milk or water. 3I1.T and slit dry ingreulcnls, add molasses 'and milk, stir tmtil turn Into a mould, which should never IJB more than two-thirds full, put on cover and steam three and one-half hours. Siinliisl Spi IJIucbcrrii's. per Id, I '1 i'or to 25c 'Innlpeg, .Seju. Is thai IV Mather, -..iio'irnt tho general Lospllal, has declared titc pollca that he ivas not In-Ihe roorir-x.'hen his ivlfe look her at the: MorEi'.Aieiandra-JIolcl. This EUtement conflicts with- the belief that he Into a death pact with Mather may be ablo to attend the Inquest Monday evening ag-.K Is he. will have sufficiently recovered from wounds by tliatj time. Ottawa, Sepl. Auslrallnn has lifted (ho cinbarBO on apples. Tho cleiurtmonl o[ [radc flnd commerce has received a cable to this cFCect from O. II. Ho99, Canadian trade dommlisloner, Permission Ic granted for the Importaflon Trom Canada ot boxes early hi October anA boxes lor tho laic November sailing. cvt'i-y puiind of Xubul> at wo will give Free 1 jmiiiui (in or Xaholi liiikiua; 1'dwxlcr. ;iiitl or Apple TIIK-EFFECT OX THE TRADE GOSTOMER: "All these people n your takings I" GREEN" GIIOCER: their allotments bay a lot Berlin, ScpU the Ypres-Pas- schcndaele roart yesterday the Hritiah That there fa more food value' In one ncrs ol beets itmn in four of were, driven from. the. crater lino, .to- day's offical communication reports. ExperlmcnU oro concluclcil iri Auatrla with a method for producing Illuminating eas from sewage sedi- ment. fnmte DedwMge, Ih6 Irian poet who bM b4ea ft In fctact ONE GKEATKESULTflf this wari so far as Canada is concerned', has to bring to Iigh( her vindevcloiicd resources. going on now to a greater extent than was ever dreamed of, and H will coniinnc after the war, even hough (he nature, of the product may be changed. ;j AAThat we need now is the intelligent .service of trained men and! ..women to present and future prosperity, sfwii thousands more of o nr yonng men will join the arniy; thousands of young men and women will be needed at once to fill the more important positions thus left vacant. E N 0 G KAP II E K S; BOOKKEEPEKS and ACCOUNT ANtS will be needed. The supply will be all too short and (he salaries will go up accordingly. It is not necessary to wait fora IVcw Term to enter this Co'ljege. Oiir instruction being individual, yon. may enter at an.y time hilt the! best time is NOW. See us today or write for; 'information. :y: OUR 'SYSTEM IF INCONVENIENT FOR TO PAY' CASH INQUIHE AS TO OUR CREDIT SYSTEM. u College t. 'i .OFFICE PHONE 'EIGHTH STREET LETHBRICNiC, .RESIDENCE ISlf ;