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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i r'AGE NINB Miserable Corns-How to end them Touchy corns make thousands suffer - on pleasure trips - in business - at home - everywhere. Until they once try Blue-jay. Then they are corn-free forever. Painful corns are utterly needless. Science has brought relief. The medicated spot of wax on a Blue-jay Plaster stops pain instantly. Then in 48 hours the corn painlessly comes out. Harsh liquids are dangerous and messy. Paring may bring infection. No corn can resist Blue-jay. Yet this way is most gentle. The chemist of a concern known the world over for its surgical dressings discovered Blue-jay. He studied corns for 25 years. So with Science's way at your command, no touchy corn need ever bother you again. Blue-jay Plasters are sold everywhere at drug stores for 25 cents per package. Buy a package now.' End your corn at once and never let one pain again. ue=jay For Corns Stopt Pain Inttantly Ends Corn* Completely , Also Blue-jay Bunion PIaoter� ,BAUER & BLACK, Limited M>lier� ( Snriical Dt�ai!i|i Chicago ToroAto Nsw York (MiiHl. pcDple iiri' l'.'uaili;ir Ix'iuilinil liltU; ])ooin, "In I'Kilds," (Wlra'l.s li-rjiii iiuolcd liy Mi'K. Oniiidiy in with Mamlcrs 11 l-'M^Cllt (illlC lUTC. Tlic ^riux'ii to (.lie 1)1' llial poem. I rollnwiii); iiK-'iiiDi'y I) Di-; aiillior In ("iundci-.s Kiclds (lio poppies lilow lii'twiM'ti the cioKKii.s r()v.- on row; .\iu)tli(;!' croKH lliiMU i-IiiiiiIh The torcli Iiuh drupprii/ oiiii r ' liiiixJri. in Canii/la safiMy sleep While poppiis Ki'oiv In I'^landevH tii'lds. i!m in our I'ioldH when poj)|iies blou-We'll (liiiik ol' ci'OKsCK row on rov,-, .-\iul no'warm liciii-l, above ilie sod Shall quail 'math lyraiit's crtisliinp, i'od So yon may sleep While poi'pies ki'ow 111 Flailders I'ielils. In hoaven'h I'ields the poppies Idow, run. not. 'twi.vt ci'ok.ses. row on row, The angels i;ver i)lnek them there, And little ehildren, pure and fair, O children sweet, O angels hrifjlif. Keep our dear boys in realms of light Till we win home Whore popjiie.'? grow ]u heaven's fields. AXO.X. A' vr:ry pleasant. � ,-' 51)11, ?i;i!is A\'inler mi I �.; I:")j)g file wlnuoi'.s ol ; u The remainder of tie- , most thoroughly eiijoyiM of ton," j-oiiiig woiiicii of .-Mberia to !lia\e beeii "ftr.'t. eiioseii from this jniiv J ince to sej-ve their eouniry in litis ea-I imcil> . \Vlii'n Kdilh f'avetl pxeciited Iiel;',iiim by (he (,ieri>i:ias, a fr;' i:d. j Ali.^s ,)iilia Wysi'. aged, lwent\. of i (Ii'iieva, was sfMileneed to i\^ei!ty-ns' , >''ar'- penal ;:erv:l.ude for the same j 11.' e, ,S)ie i.i jiov.' in a I'l ii.-siaii \ �'on. \ iM'lition for a pardon, i lliiee tbousiuiii wonieii of ( .-.'is sent, lo (lie Crown I'l'iiji of (b'i'itiatty n.'virly a >'ear iign. ;\ c most l.-rntal ri'pl.s- ,:-i/:;ne(i bv li:iriin von St tii]ii'ni;el. se'j'"iary lo liic rr.n'. ri ! .Mi'jiifes-;. lias ,iii.-a iieen i'erei\e!| |! | :-!aies lirielh,' ibai tin- pelii'mn eaiiuot l(e lalicii into riyi:;i(|e.'ntii)n h;, rvitw]) prinet mOSE LODGE OFFICERS The following o'rij'e;,l. 1 od fisii, piitiiio 1 oil"-;, I'uf- eron; Secretary, Urn. 11. ('. Moc.kford; Treasurer, Bro, Arthur Carr; SorReant 111 .Anns, Bro. S, .Maluiare; Giiiirds. I'.ros. I'. Fox and Bro. Ward: Tura-tees, liro. ,1. l):'ty, t:. ,1. Williams; Or-garilsl, liro. Wiliiams, .After the installiition cei'cmony wns performed Ibere were light refre.ali-meiils. The .'MooMe are roniinu.Tlly pro-gres!dng In sjiite of war ci)nditioTis. The iiiembiTS have taken oul a P'-r-mil for.a garden on the east side olJ Ihe Mavn\led I'oliei.' Ibiniieks. Ml th'^ iiiofits of (be crops �will be doiuited tO the Ki'!� -worth, II, li. Nelson. I'. JleiUatib.v, (i, ICi'iniii; who goes witll Ihe navy. C rTl lilleil iM Oil!' lai^l kciiiall boys 'ill tlie H. .\'. r" in play at !. ;-�('�niioti-e ovidy pri/.i s, V'liiiig v.as ill daiieinj', ' are leaving 1--^ 1,. Itiins-li".'. ill. A. K. ') I'. (Jefgcr Women af(' to be allo'.ved (o join (he iniiiiary forcr:' i.'f ihe stiiti', be-cciiiiiii;- ei)niinisS!ou''d officers andr^'-'"' b'Uion meiiiber; of 'he amiailaiice corps of' iiinnei' ( RAILWAY BILL PASSES SENATE Ottawa. April 2;V.-The vohmiinnua 1)ill eonsolidaliiig and ameudin.>; the, I railway regulation of the country has ! llnally nnule the coiuniitlec staKC of ' the' aenp-to. stands fo.' third reading ' by the upper house, after which it will go to Ihe eomriiuns. The niea-' sure has been under the conaldera-' tioii .of the seiiato for the last t^vo tveek.s. The bill has been amended in some sections, hut emerges from the senate committee largely as it was lutrodiieed by tlie governmeni. The Dill giving "votes to -women will he consideredvby the aen'atc on Wednesday. W\\y Blame tKe Good for tke Bad? ECAUSE tliin. skim milk v3il! not nourijK a bnby; has nothing to do vJith milk fresh from a registered cow. BECAUSE some coffee deiJelops a bitter tnng - Bnd is not satisfactory-has nothing to do �With "Seal Brand" is coffee thatTias been selected from the >vorld's best plantations bj) coffee e.x. perfs, roasted and blended bj* those 'who hav'e gi-Con a lifetime to the study of coffee. If 9ou likea cup of GOOD Coffoe, tr^ "Seal Brand". la Ji.I and 2 pound tins-in the licon, ground, or ffnc grounct for pt^rcolutors. If I/on want to /(now (Ac true secret of a Hcllchux cup nf coffee, ivrile for our hookUl.  � PERFECT COFFEE -PERFECTLY MADE". 193 CHASEaSANBOUN, MONTREAL BASIS OF FLOOR CE TAX IS : * : : : * : : � > J)r, I^eech rehirned 0 visit to Calgary,  * :\Ii', Cieo, :McKillop last night. yesterday from went to t.'algary Mrs. K. G. McKillop has as guest Mrs, Climie ol"^Vnnco(iver, her At this im)rning's session of the city council the basis of assessnient of floor space for tlie business tax which Is. being, ijn|)os(;d thi,s year was finally .settled, -,itnd a bylaw pa,ssed permitting the imposition of the'tax. The rates have been considerably adjusted from the schedule of proposed rates' of aSsess/rient as published in the J'fer'ald on Monday. Pollo'wing I is the basi,-! of asaeasmeni, per stiuare foot: ' ; : � I Bank.s, .$3 0; Telegrai* offices, $3; ^ Dentists' offices, $r,: Express' offices, I??; Luniher, closed slied, $1; f^Uinber, I oi)en slied, .'lUe; Lumber, yard sjjace, r.UJ; Oi! Wareliouse, .^il; Oil tanks, $2; 'General medical practitioner,^ $5;  .Speciallst.s. W'arebonso, whole- sale, $1; Warehouse, basement, 5Dc; Warehouse, storage, ."lOc;' all otlier i offices, l)i(sin:-is or professional, ,$L',50. I As an indication of ihe way in i which the new tax will work out, sup-; pose a doiior lias olfiee floor space ; of 4fid square feet; ho is assessed at ! the rate of $,'> per loot, making his j asscjSHinent ^TJ'tO. crti which he. will i pay the regular tax rate. If the rate is ;'.U millSi bis taxes will be ?GT,50 for the year. Tlicreis a rumor that the C. P. H, telegraphs and the express coinijaiiies will tigly the imposition of the business tax'tn (heir cases. A woman cever looks better than her Hair GONEffI Thousands of woman owe their youthful an ne ner age, a woman with a nice head of hair, hair that is soft, glossy and fluffy, always. looks younger than she is. i HERPICIDE makes the hair beau-tifulwith that sheen and ehimrtier' which is .so attractive and always indicates a healthy, natural growth. ' It keej)B the scalp Irco from dandruff .and the hair irom faliitigout. There are remedies aaid to be 'just as good," but HERPICIDE is ^ 'the {jenuine original dandruff germ destroyer." , . , Newbrn's Kerpiuidein SOc and $1.00 sires is soJd at all drug stores and toilet tfoods counters. ^ Guarantceidde Co. Recommended and appiications made by the best iiaribers and hair rcssen. _ . . - . Special Agents: J. O. HIdlnbotham & Co., Ud. DISEASE FflUNO Toronto. April 24,-A cable f,^ni f,on ! > > > ^.o .hun powder factories are blown, Op Ijondon., April 24.-German ? ^new.spaper.M.r.^,;oiYOd at Zurich ? Kiiy fliat two large pov;der fac- > torle!', i)f Glasenbach,, near ? Sal'/.liarg, I,')!! iniles southwest ? of Vienna, have l>eeii deRtroy,� "J" ed. according to u dispatch lo the lixchang* Telegraph Com- pany Imm Swlt�arfiui4. Ex- � ..\iljul;iiit 1 iiolalo (!e',iei',i| .SinM-riiii. I imdiling Tlie i;overnor lias aiithoi'izi-d llither military dnly as they m.iy be railed upon lo per form, \ l.itnibeun ^i�ai^�ed lanih's lix-er) '.\'illi l)i);'ic_ soullierii (soft p in j �liaii men! cake, preserved apjilesj and spiees. leaf lotnalo .'-'onii wiili I lint 'I'llsi, Willi l:i mil. baked I'lea Ul. turiiovei'.-' with onions, Indian CAUGHT BY SEARCHLIGHTS I'ai'i.-^, .April (b't'inaii aiiplano v.'lii('!i wa.H a|)])roiirhiiig I'aris last, iiigiil was caiighl. by the freiieii .�-^earelillghls, lakeii iindei- a violent lii-e iind (�oiniielled to land ne:ir .\o-i;eni Ij'Artaiid. It wa.s- ;i bombaj-ding trlpliine. Tli'iii!e:it of Women's lii-litiliiie:-; I'llis ye;ir as to (be effect of the War Cliaiitie- Act passed at the I.'.'sl se.-ision of the Doniinion liouae, made her official visit. .\ nin-t, inter- on (he Women's liistilutes of the ]irov-lasting prog^'am was pei on 1 (insistiim 1 Ince. In ordei' to eloiir tip (he ina(-of a duet by Mrs, fjoii- iml .'\lrs. ('nil., tci- definiieli'. Ilie ib'jiarlmeat in Ed-a. reading by iNlrs. .\i' 1'lenaghaP, a. nionton asked for song by Mr, ( .Maple Leal' l'):::uii-r. 7, most enthusia.il am! n-ell a( meedng last ni-li!, wle-n lb" Worthy i\lairori, .Mrs. C'lrier. iiliil I liiiiig with (led Save the King, Ueri'(";liii:..iiis follow ed ihd progran). Dtiring the (rvenlii;; Mrs. Graham presentei ^||-.:. ('ar(er with a beautiful piece of silverware and -Mrs. Norton wilji flmvers, .ivhieb each of the ladies' acrepied with a suitable speech. .^ ? : ? : : c SOCIAL EVENTS , Ml's, K, O'llagan entertained a tew ^ fri nds yesterday afim'tioon-m an informal but very en.ioyai)le tea. .Miss Agnes O'lfagiin iioiired. while ?,Iis,s Merlv O'llagan and Miss Florence Hill \vere asaisling. On Friday aflernoon Tilrs. C, 1". .lamieson entirtained in honor of her guests, iMrs. Marion .laniinson, of Halifax, and I\Iisa Port'-r, of Yarmouth, N, S. The rooms were made beautiful with pink cartditions, whih; the tea-table at which iMrs, N. B. Peat poured, wi>B tastefully decorated with yellow The Central AV. ('. T. C. is holding a silver medal contest in elocution shortly. Any bby or girl between (he (iges of 10 and ITi who uishe.s to compete iilease phone 1S:'.P. or write the secretary of the ^V, C, T. V. regarding  selections and practice. ^ Tile Mission CircU' of' the Itaptist Ciiurch will he held in the church on Thursday at'l! o'cloct;. The subject will he "Miss Hatch's Work Among the 'Lepers of India."-All women invited. ! 'i'he Lailies" Aid will hold a short bus- ! iness meeting ;it (he close. � * t I In vjev,- i!' (be big Ciiild's Welfai'e Institute lo be held hen;, Ma.y 2nd and llrd, the Lor'al Cinincil of Women are desirous of llavi'mr every car in tlie city atid dislrici -lal:e part in a lui(;e procession Wednesday .Alay 1 and re-f|uest a!! owacr.s'''o' c;irs willing lo assist to call lt^(i2 this i>vening or tomorrow morniu'-;. * # � At the Daily Welfaie camiitiign to be he'.d in Leiblnidgr on May " iimi a baby contest,, wili he one of .'he features and a piize will be- given to the one having the most good marks or points. Local doctors and nurses will be ill ch.-irge. On the first d;iy the age .will be 1 .\'ear and under; on (ho second day np to two years. All mothers wishing io e'litei* their babies must do so before April .liitli, either personally or by telephone to the Nursing Mission, il'.S l.'lth St, S. There is no charge whaiever. � *  f> ; ? o ; : : : o : > o > ? ; o .;. > t' general : � ^ o JMadame Chase i^asgrain has gone over to \'ictoria iind wili lie thi' gac.st of I/ieiilei;anl-C.overnor and Lady Barnard at Goveriiinent house, during her ,stay in the (apil'U, ^ V- * s An enorgclie campaign for food coiy iicrvation is lieing conducted by ,Iohn Irv.'in, (he honorai'y d!vi,Mion represent-allve of the Calgiiry divisio^i of (he na-tioiuil commlKee of food resources. M h, � To grow potatoes and other vege-ttibles on every vacant and suitalile plot, and to rear pigs by feeding them on the kili'hcn refuse of the neighborhood.....these are two \vays of really iielping lo increase the national food .supply. 'V * ... A delightful luncheon was given by the A'orke-lSe.'irers' class of the First Uniitiat Sumhiy school on Saturday in Caig.iry. in honor of (heir classmale. lAlisK Ad;i Bnrwjish. Avho leaves shortly for overseas as a V.A.D. worker, anil who lias the distinction, oi' being one THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. ear-Ever^ Special $1.75 Three-Quart "Wear-Ever" ^luminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only $1.25 lace Utensils That Wear OUT With Utensils That "Wear-EVER" AND COUPON Aluminup utensils are NOT "all the same." That's why so. many women prefer "Wear-Ever." Get this kettle and (see for yourself the difference. Refuse substitutes. Clip the Coupon-Present it an(d get one of these (durable "Wear-Ever'V Kettles. THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. "Wear-Ever" Coupon In order that the factory may have an accurate record of the number of these 4-tiuart-wine niaasure-"Wear-Ever" Aluminum Kettles sold at this special price, we are reiiuired to return to the factory this coupon .with purchaser's name, address and date of purchase, wliich must not ho later than closing date of this sale, plainly written thereon. Name .......................................... Address ........................................ (Uty ........................ Date ............. THE HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO., LIMITED .> .;. ,;, .;. .;, ,;, .;. .;. .;. .;. LACK nillGHT POLISH a cloth on either warm op cold stove-that Is a�. L ttle effort is needed to give your stove a briJIIant, ourable polssh. Blacic Knight Is non-infiammable. 07704831 9664?430710879361?92?926?28?73673778644914?401 ?9999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999993? ;