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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FMay, AprU 4,1918 s d 1^ pops that"^lioirie-made Irish soup \M hers'on the stove, to boil, and then sets to work; Out come ail th^ little bits of cold'meat and cold potatoes. Into the " stewpan'ithey,^t^t Over them sl^e pours the boiJing soup. And ' ^lalf hOpr or so she's .turned out: ^ tasty,\ appetising stew, piping hot and ready to serve; the two^r-three-helpings kind, you know; W, you' soda, will, if you lay�iti a-supply of Edwards'--Soap, m it- FDWARDS mm DESICCATED ci;fll IDC Lots of dainiy new dishes in our new Cook Boo!t. Writa for a et^y poac ttaii ESCOTT & HARMER Winnipeg '� Repressntatlves for Mani^obai Saslv ^ itchewan arid'Alberta. !|)MMISSIONERS ^iX DATE OF i|: MEETIf^GS wAw � '": "t,M* :^mqntoii^'' "AprU ^ 3,-The annnal l.nlcetinffa^of the toard of license com-' &1Wion%^'f4''tre p'ravince'of Alberla! usual, ho KWd, in th* forepart *ii'^e month of when the ooniv 'fs^ratidn of the' i:ane*al of soine! hundred IlctuOr licenses will "S.' The dates^ arranged for theie-: ings are as follows:  ^" . - -(jBtrict No. 2, at Vegreville on:4^yv lets Wos. l-s^ad*10..afeitf ar6th,-^vi%flS^^-:v5 ~Reft�BieM,?on:"  DistrictiNo. 4, at Lethbrldge, May 14. TO BILU RROKIBlTJKfO. JARANE8E ^AUO OTHERS FROM HOLD- ; ING REAL PROPERTY mM mi ,HE HAD H(S ; -.J- - S EFFORT T.O.ij.^ET MARYFIBUJl LINE Of Cl^N.R. INTO SOL/TH * COUNTRYl^AROUSES IN- r - ' TEftEST - - I ;V'HE' 'SAID-^"Few^^of us realize how mutTi salt we eat f . ' ^ ^ The' fact that* we put saJ^t on all meats..aiid ^vegetables . / .--hi' .bread,' cake and pastry-rsoups .and sauces- '[^"fi^'^^ ^ ^ butter and cheese-shows the importance of using an absolutely pure salt." ji}it*SiiE;SAlD~"Well,.'we are using WINDSOR SALT ^f-  l?|&ttferi3alt im-the whole world than my old standby .78 ' mth, Aprill,i;-Master" Eari"-�e^-geant, the syoungest son v of MXi /and Mrs. � Sergeant. Faltli store, who'^i^, eentlKJmetswith-'a severe scalding "a'c-'j cldenti vis .making a speedy recoveryi muchito the satisfaction ot his family and friends. ' - , \ ; Mr.and'Mrs. Haighvwho,haveheen spending, the pasrtifew,! weeks^!with Mr. and Mrs.' Bittoff. left on Frida'/ last for Warner, "whence they .will return to their home.,'nedr, Edmonton. Mr. ! BIttoft accompanied i^einiv; to Warner. . .� ;'.;:v,i Mr Peck returned H;om a business trip to Milk IJiT.e.r jon.'-Mqnday last. , '�'ih, " Mr. Fted Thiel haS'*'been appointed: sheriff's bailiff in place of S.'Uao-keniiie, -who receatlytreiiBn^d" the^'^^^^ sition. ' ' %" MuL^h Interest is evinced locallyjin^ the effi^rts'of the local memberln'ith'e Dominion ParllamentiitOiPr^vniiVupotf: the Minister of ^,Uw^:^a:-rto ;feo^^^ the G. Ki R. to 'noinmince'tWorff^^^ tha we.?, end of tietf'M^ryfleld-LethV bridg'i line during .the.,, comiqg summer;/ anless tWs is*,dpn^jj>vJt l^jcerfel^i th&'t B. number of farinera'^who proy;e, up- this spring, wlU; leaM^'jthgVdi until the railway issani^accomplished' fi#.; -'A--.: Mr. Sergeant, ^4; ttiq-ISaith store.' has opened a newjbrailoh,ot;(hU5taess, which should proves.V%^PP�i*"'49 iJi*i farmer�;j,of the dJstrifet|yiSi]^iBfwhaB.Mandi the/daugfiterofiMr,; andtMrs,. George :Moore,.iWestminster roadi who w'as;.ilU with typhoid; fe^err is. able to be up again, Hr. joe Plsko has returned from a vlsil to Fernle. ro6 Plako, a son. lyirs. Robert Ounliff and, daughtor,-of KIpp."^' are on a busines^ 'vlsif to Stafford. ' . - ' i Mr. James Vere, jr., who was Tricked by a .horje. Is able .^o be at business again. ' . Bom-^To Mr. and Mrs. Jbhn Zu-bae, a' daughtejr- ;staffor,d,'>VJUage council met last.J nightrJ?or,i'ttie.'"l^st time. There were present: Chairman W.' F. Wilson; pounclllors Mat Vaselenak, and J. R. Summers,, and ' Secretary-Treasurer |lalph IVJoody. It was ddclded not to turn over the Village to fliethbridge, until ^ the village solicitor, Mr. Ai B. 'Dllnlopi'-retunis: from'the.^'east^.Which � wlllbe m a day or two.  The'affairs wlllj be'placed .In shape to%hand over by the 18th-of the month. FRAGEITE,.._.,...._ Piymouth, ApriH if MUitan.b.'.fuI-fragettcs made activej-LpreparaiJio^s, today to welcome Wioston, Churchill,^ first lord of the adnSiralty'i'^'Wbo lat-, cr arrived here on- bpar.d^;'the', admiralty yacht. The wonaiia/Daunted their greetings .in big Ietiter^'^':|n, S^e^to^i Lighthouse and otherip.dints'q('^M*^' age,on the Hoe, fai?ing?,the/4pi'l(...0ae ofjthem ran to ^.ymisiw PVf^^T Cliurchill, ;io secu?)ty',fiWitjlj;''-y! women the votCj'nd.lnaiiter-hpwrWg; the' navy."' Anothef^.fald;;) ^'To'^^JXr-. thejs'tate from shipw5Sck3�j-*---men the. vote;" aj,&^OT--^ wdjfes i? the vicinity "^ef^-sq the nfght. ', ' " tlie' navy." Another^ , , ....... the js'tate from shipw5Sck3�g ve'S^-groj;: ,TOen the. votes" M,khnmW^^' ' George Muttalnger-oiuBOWftrd.'t has oelobrated his-ldptji'b^plilii "~ m mi, N..... 72 ;