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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ACHII. r, mi? fitv, uiTinminor, PACK SKVKN You Can Make Excellent Cake With Fewer Eggs Jus) iieo fin ruldlllonril of l.'r, Crcdin ftnUliii; J'owiler, dlwul a Iciupoon, In place of ouch omllicd, Tills npiillcH equnlly well to ncnrly nil baked foods, Ihe following uccorcllntf lo iho fcow wny; CHCAM LAYER CJAKn Oltl Now I nr j ti.p mnt 1 I Mokes 1 1-arM i Ahlr lifting Ihrrtcur IJrl'i IlLntf.idd K 111 lo lulilulf 1 vrilll yeti IIIVB n imvlti tour lirn llni inl b.l.ln.j-u. l> Le.l In wlih wliln Iclnf. Miblni J'uw3ir f.ivci thru ipocn Add 1 1m Rivoilrn en Ix ticlbvui f'JMwiniY mliiulri, 7Hi 1 vJilKumlUltrir ici crnid DR.PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from Grapes Made in Canada No Alum V I.. cffliti, April loiter pro- r'-lldi-r.'l In till. uiifiriilllr lull Mil' III.: V SI. anil Mulutil iii a moiit indlliM'- mnnner -Mm II. Drl'lK'i In n nplc-ndM 'II Ujn lilith, and rr-durrecllrm ol ihrc Hay n Kaitfcr Ktory wan lijld by Ally xoto, Orcou re I by Minn Badlc Clarke tio irjlo, Mm, Maud Itlrlo, and i junior Rlrln1 chorus unl'ir th': tlon nt Dlrw.lir llrldKp, nl tho (holr C. waa prc-Ki-iit and ash lo Hpoak fnr a feu- inonicllls at Ih' ronrluilon at tho Ill OltK n In ir M'-UI or a dvlt T'4l till nrlon, April 2.-Hlr Itor- Ijlji crjUr-aKuaH, (iuir-ral Hniuih ihn rjllier ilclfKnl'-) 't'C- Im I confertncc, luiurher] to'lay In Iliu >irjuie ol Km jjlrt- 1'arllinn-nlary HH uoloiklEil jirosI'lInK- '.'A Illilt more thun months linn t-lapsuil since I last ad'lrtR BiiUI Kir Uoliori llonlt-n, "V.'f Ijftd noirtfj rtnllzallon (ml hardly an attenuate coiiccpllon then of the, -trtni on'lout uisk tUU Jjf.-forfi us. Ii lelanda you Imvf- risen Kplon alilllly aft un orator, Mr. Stontc l.arla on the train In tlm mornlnir (o Halt l.ulce City. ho will alien Ihc semi-annual ronfon-ncp, anrt Nelly to the neerl, while iho EeLaijQrt !or a inlstlon lo llio scllbcm l.uvc tlrlvcn also (a do Iliclr lilt. Mates wild at Chat- oinllnlcd you thnt -WiMQ had Joint luiiofa. Tcnn. The [.cojile ol the corn- will lor C. C, P. R. STOCK. f York, April l.aei fialo today P. R. was iit ICO. STERLING EXCHANGE New Vork, Apr. 2, Sterling c.t J4.7C 'J-1G for dQmand. cilwuyti (eel proud that Italic fruui na a rcuuU nt liln attiliirnenlB In ihc panl, and litn KTPal pDBPltlllUICH tUT H In IhQ (nturo. An cnlotlalnrar-nt In his half wIU be glvci; In (lie hall lonlfttit. Several carloads ot lumlicr nnd pome ot HLG for Strung A Dowlor'a new grain [F on tlie nut] roiiainniCoji will Iio odlDlcly commenced and ru In order to hamllc aa as posBlltla of this JosepJi formerly of (lie Urnnt Davicg Btorc, will have timed nflor coiuplc- ton. This will ho Hie fifth elevator 'or Ihe lown and Eufflcicut stock has tccn for a fanners' eleva- tor, vvhlcli will cause Maernth to have far the largest elevator pcapaclly o[ any town 3oulh ol Amone thoee ivlio visiting Salt Lake Cliy for the general con fercncc are fllshop I-cvl flarker J. n. Illrle and John T. llcnnfngsr Sr, Coiirercncc visitors wHl be afford cd an extraordinary musical feast, a; reaull of Ihe splendid prosramnii which has been arranged In Lonor o the former Tabernacle clioJr leader Evan Stevens, wlio oblaJncd world n'lJc recognHioji aa a chnlr director while acting In hl9 former capacity. IJlsIiop Harkcr liad Hie misfortune' lo have about thirty Ions of hay burn ihe olhcr day which was Intended to, help tide hlR large flocks ot sheep over tiJl grfizlng way good. Mr. Ilar- ker did n't rcallie how hard It was to oblaln feed until he had Iricd. In sev- eral different towns lo'replace 11, 'tin- oily. Ipcallug some at the puck ranch cobra from the nation can (ell you lo'lsy lhat unl ]es han OHO million men In the Itonilr ins tiavo token up for Ilie cm- Thrilt is served, and Health preserved, By wearing rubbers in sloppy weather. Quality is guaranteed, and Long wear assured, When you buy rubbers bearing any of these Trade Marks: "MERCHANTS" "GRANBY" "JACQUES CARTIEB" "MAPLE LEAF" "DOMINION" "DAISY" Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Limited Largcti ManulacLuren ol Rubber Goods in the British Empire EXECUTIVE OFFtCES MONTREAL, P.Q, SEVEN LAHGE, UP-TO-DATE MANUFACTURING PLANTS IN CANADA 28 "SERVICE" BHAMCHES AND WAllEHOUSES TH nOUGHOUT CANADA 1C animuls nnd clowns (6 cut oiil ami slnnd up- Circus lenl'ready lo set up. Real Canadian Flag for lop of lenl. HOW TO GET IT Seriil G Royal Crown'Soap coupons (30 wrappers) or ono cou- 'pon (6 and JO conls with and address and will send you (his by roturn mall. No'malting. ROYAL CROWN SOAPS.LTD from Hay Knight. Hlicep men are preparing for Ihe lambing season. So trie have already commenced. Never hclore In the his- tory ol (he ahccn Industry were such exorbitant prices offered lor sheep and their pro duel, wool. A man. ivas hi town the other day offering per head [or sheep ivhich almost templed one man at least, (o clean ouL entirely ot the business. POISONED BY STOCKING London, Herbert, the 14-year old son of Philip Herbert, of Hyde Park, near London, dteil thin morning ae Iho result o[ blood poisoning, contracted from his slock- ings. Sonic tune ago the lad bruis- ed his heel and soon after Iho dye Irom his stocking affected the woiind. "Faith, then Twenb'-three years ago Dunlop Bicycle Tires were bought on Faith. To-day they, are bought by Instinct. Bicycle riders well know that while it may be "every man for himself, II is certainly Dunlop Tires for all. Dunlop Bicycle Tires prove their efficiency in the first test, and their economy on every "spin." Dunlop Tire Rubber .Goods Co., Limited BriTichcs hi leading cities. D. 133 "TRACTION TREAD "The Canadian for'e In Kiirone numbered 1 am proud i; you loilay Ihlit Canada lias cut, forlli mote than men anil >ur iDlal onliHlinonlfi exceed -KJOpODU. n Ihe Canadian tone alone more han men have lell the Fhores >r the Dominion." "TheJr achlevemenis uniler the sternest teat have IIK-H worthy ol llio Iraiillons have been their herileeo. There 19 not time, nor Is this the occasion to dwell Minn Ihe Dlmses of the war since my last Ylslt. The most vi-ceni bad Us Inception iho first nf lasl Fcliruarv In Ihc attempt to Btcrvu Into suhtnlE- Blon Ihe people of. these islands by the ruthless sinking ol all ships en IcrlnE the wide ocean area around the Unltetl Kingdom. 1 am wliolli confident that this attempt fall, hut I am equally conllilcnt that to in huro such tellue thr people ol the (empire, especially o[ these Islands must realize that the jierll Is a sub sUnlial one. It roust be met with the Blilrlt which will not shrink from timely aelf-sacrlfce, "I speak in no- despondent mood ut as one disposed .to Uce the real- lies. The enemy'are staking evcry- hlns unon this last.throw ol the dice. Ml their energies are being concen- .rated upon this campaign. Whether on land or sea any IlagBin? ol our aplrll or lack of effort, dis- astrous at any time, would be fatal low. Consider aiiy, sacrifice or lenlal, however stem' may be i mposei do) ihcso compare witt'the privatioh anil danger, the suffering, and too ollen the Eupreme sacrifice of those who hold Uie line in lYance and else- where If any of usiebould chance lo bo despondent let him go for confi- dence to Ihe men iri Ihe trenches. If for a moment he lacks heart let him go lo the wounded-In the hospitals for courage. If we seek a standard for" the nallon'3 spirit let us remem- ber the Ihe men who lined up on the deck ol the Tyndareus ivhcn she was slnkliiK- "'The German people are fiRhlinr; ,h desperation under the belief en- gendered hy a military autocracy Ihat we seek to crush Germany and terminate her national existence. No such purpose was or coulil be in the mlnrts of the Dritish people. It is Impossible lo crush in that senso a itlon o[ seventy millions. Germany tho tieginniilg of the war was the most powerful mvlilaiy stale lu the wbrlil." 23 a prJrate anil as llv1- as IhoUElit. Arc-hlbalil, who is [Ultc iltt SH-2tectefci ut Iliy A'un tribe, ias own prlt-jle cir built for litm. i'O'j vak-lf llitlii thcrf; evc-ry niari nat mans Ihe KunK known his part. You tee a sjieakhjK up inidcr the cover of a noonday cloud. A