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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. APRIL 28, lUlG 'VilK LETIIBRIDGK TJAIL^ irEHAIJ-) PAGE FIVli Baking PoN??der More economical in use and cost-and full of "baking day luck.'"' Mo disappointment or trouble 'jJhen you use EQ.Q*0 Baking-powder if the other ingredients are good. Made from carefully prepared p'tre food sroducts-scientifically and accurL- j com-' ained to give best results. Ask your grocer for E!?�Cj*0-and insist. Use the coupon in the can to get tkc receipt book. "Made in Canada for the Canadian Maid'' THE KGG-O BAKING POWDER CO, LIMITCO HAMILTON. CANADA CAPTAIN IS KILLED London, April The cupUiin of tho Danlali steamer .loliiinnn was killed wliBn tile vessel stniclc a mine in the North Sea, accordinK to a dispatch to tho lOxclianRe Telegraph company from Copenhugen. The remainder of the crew was landed at Hamburg. The Johanne was 791 tons. iMost of the light raya from nietallht fllnment electric lamps are nidlnted at rlKht angles from tho filaments. A patent has been granted for a handcuff that cannot ho accldciitnlly locked, therefore always is ready for nse. BRIIIS DDC ED STEEL EilS.;? UmE OF FOUR CHILDREN How Lydia E-Pinkham'sVegetable Compound Kept Her Well and Strong. Lincoln, Illinois.-"I have used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for ten years with good results and I have four healthy children. This summer I was in a very run down condition and the veryhotweather scemecl more than I could stand, but I commenced taking your Compound in Juno and from then until September 26th, when my last baby was born, I got, along much better than I had before. My baby .was a giri and weighed 14 pounds at birth, and 1 recovered very rapidly which I am sure was due to your medicme. I am well and strong now, nurse my baby and do all my work. I had the same good results with your medicine when needed before my other children came and they are all healthy. My mother has taken your medicino with equal satisfaction. She had her last child when nearly 44 years old and feels confident she never would have carried him through without your help, bs her health was very poor. -Mrs. T. F. Cloyd, 1355 North Gulick Ave, Decatur, IlL Espectant mothers should profit by Mrs.Cloyd's experience, and trust to Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound. Free confidential advice had by addressing Lydia E. Pinkbam Meaicina Co., Lynn, Mass. London. April 27.--The steel helmet which Ik heing mtmufactured for the , nritffili .'ioldlor.s at tho rate r)f m.OOO !a month is bolloved by the British aii-lliorltif-s to be the best designed and ^ nioKt Horviceablo headpiece that can 11)0 fo\ind. Advantage was taken by ! the designers of the experience gained 1 from tlie nse of tho French helmet, or ' tasquo. and faults which had develop-i (;d ill the latter were remedied. I Tho British helmet Is a round cap of tho hardest steel, with a narrow "lip" back and front, and designed with a much lower pitch than the French type. It Is, moreover, perfectly smooth having no flutlngs or projections for hiiilets or fragments of shrapnel to strike against, while its low pitch pro-Hents the smallest possible target for u liiroci hit from any direction. One of the drawbacks of the French helmet, owing to Its higher dome, Is that the collection of air in the top of the lielmet produced an uncomfortable (;oolness, while at the same time the helmet was 'such a tight lit that tho metal pressed unpleasantly on tho ^ head. [ drawbacks have been avoided in tho aclentiflcally-deslgned headpiece produced under the supervision of Mr. , Lloyd George. Ingenious devices have been employed to secure both a good � fit and a comfortable one and to avoid any distress to tho wearer. Inalde tho dome of the helmet are lixcd a number of rubber studs, so placed as to take up tUo shock of a blow struck from any direction. They come between the helmet and its double lining of felt and wadding. The wadding comes next to tho head of the wearer and covers It closely, so that If a bullet should penetrate tho steel cap and inflict a scalp wound tho wadding would act as a dressing. The helmet is secured on the head by meaub of a stout chin strap. tiring proBideut, was i>re3ontod with  an engraved silver dessert spoon. In t)i(i contest fot- the earning of $1.00 for the aid, the prize was won by Mrs. F. G. Norton, iihn niado a total of .$3i).5(J. The total made altogether j was $8;'..0O. 'I'iie iTrlziT'was a "china I plate presented hy the prealdeiil. The ' e^5;)orience.s in canitng the money will be told at tlio annual church j supper in the near fut,iire. The next meeting of thu aid will lie held at .Mrs. Haley's on .May 10. Tiio olllccrrt of tlio \V. M. S. for tim ensuing year are President Mrs. Lef. lor, vlcfvprcKldenL .Mrs. Fawcelt; recording secretary. Mrs. Suggitt, cor-' responding secretary and treasurer, ' Mrs. Mitchell. ALIEIG WESIiNSTER S. S. The annual mooting of WestminMcr Simti?.> r.chool was hold niRlit. The reports from the various ticpart ments were f;lvon In the Vorni of ;id-dressea, each giving a synopsis' of tin-work Hccoinpllshed. .Mrs. ,\. Ariiicl to gave the report for tlio hogliiner.i'| class, .Mrs, II. Hnice for tli.' priini.ry.] Mr. II. .Mrllypa for the boys' department of tho .Sunday srlioo!. .Mr,�. W. ���ranclB tor tlie girls' deiiartmenl and! tho young people's bilile liass iinii -Mr. Jamns Foster for the ndiilt hllilc class. During the oveiiinf, solor. weroi rendered by Mrs. Annelie and .Miss; Giiidys JInll and an in.-itriiiiieiilnl iet| liy tho .MisBos Soderburg. Tho report; for the year showed ihe oMrDlnienti on the cradle roll as 'IS, hoKinrierK' class 4'.!, primary HO, jiniler 7:i, intermediate -V.K adult bible eU\.'^