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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 30/l9l8 THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE I- Ih^lOunce of prevention ATEASPOONFUL of Eno's Fruit � Salt first thing every morning in a glass or half a glass of cold or tepid water will keep the body's filter, the liver, In a healthy and active state. Eno's never gripes nor weakens. Composed of the refreshing and stimulating' elements of ripe fruit jMices, it forms a natural and beneficial liver and digestive regulator. As,a recognized safe and gentle aperient, it ; has been caj^ried and recommended by druggists and physicians foe nearly 40 years. AMERICA li MEN IN EIRIN MESSAGE OF MILKKIVER Mljk River, April 29.-The blow of Tuesday night was In full progress while a large crowd of country people ^vere \n attendance at- the. local picture show. Just ft* the show let. out a bright light was visible south " of town imA there was a lively exodus of all who Jived in that direction. It � provetl to be the house belonsing to Otto Oelslem^n, odd with the tierce wind that wasi-blowing It was but a lew minutoa until the house and barn were reduced to cinders, with all their contents. It was the first night of the year that the horses had not been in the barn, so thsy ware saved, as was tlie auto in which Mr. and Mrs. Geisle-nran Uadi'EOne tO" tswttj Theooiiplc are llyiug in tlie-granary which es-capnil the flames until tliey can re- builrj. ^ , , 'V\ia Misses Broun, from Masinrsin, were in town Sunday njght for church sei vices. ' ~ : . - . Mr. and Mrs. Hans Osing jivere saddened this week by the lost; of a little ion. aged two months. The^ funeral -�'as held, in tiio cliurch room In the chool h6'u�e^ op Wednesday dftevnoon. Mrs. Quinn and Miss Mary Jochem were on a week-end visit to Sweet Grass. Mrs. Rose Smith retumted this week from a stay of spveral weeks In Great Falls, -Mont.' The basket social given by the Ever Ready Clasi of the^ Sunday school of Union church cn last Friday evening was a great success. A good crowd present and had a very enjoyable time. The proceeds were divided, between the Red Cross and the church. They amounted to about $26.00. A lively debate was tlic chief fea-turq of the programme.' The subject fVfas "Resolved, that the tractor is of 2nore use to the farmer thtfn the hopso." The affirmative was led. by Henry Beard, the negative by Wilbur Sliea. Judgment was given tor the negative. Other numbers on the pro-granune were recitations end'patriotic Bougs by tiio primary pupils under direction of Mrg.; Tjlggs. KING GEORGE, OF TONGA, DEAD. Jlelboiifne, ^AUstraliai April 30.- George II., king of the Tonga Islands, I is dead. Hot weather drud^^ery j or hot weather comfort CTOOPING over a hot range-i;n a hot kitchen �J will take the 'bloom off the cheek of youth, put wrinklSfe on the face of middle age, put an ache in the back of any woman, and make each day a long torrid drudgery. Why not decide now to use. a McClary gas range, no stooping; a bigh oven; heat only where and when you want it for cooking; no ashes, no dirt; perfect control of ; your-fire; the moment your cooking is done, the fire is � turned out. , . ' . A booklet thafr gives, complete informath>h about McClary'a gai oooking,and heating appliances will be sent free on application. , S?J^J^ ^%855? OTSK* WINNinp VANdOUVER BDMONTON SASKATOON S lUiU. iNrORMATION AtQUT THE OAS.RANQK WILL tE SENT frtiV TO ANY AQORBM UPON REQUEtT TO OUR NEAREiT BRANCH OFFICE^ T '.'Before 1 left the ITnlted RlatBS to come to Cana'la, �1 telephoned Washington to ask for a message tliat I might bring to the Canadinn people. 1, u.ske. was Intensely inlernsling with liis stoj-ie.'J of the CanadlaiiM at: the front, their o.xploil.'i, Ihsir joy.s and sorro'ivs. .Vatiirally ho tu?-npd most of liis af-tention to tlio ivork of iliu V.M.c.a. to iiistii intBfost in 'do raiiadiaii-wiilt; campaign for .I'uiidH. next week. .Mr, Trefz had spolion a word of liearly aji-preciation tor what, the Y.M.C.A. was doing al. the front, and iiad-told of raialng $100,000,000 tor the "V" v.^ork ( in one oE the most successftil i;ain-paigiiK over staged in the .States. Tlip It;ha8 neverrhe'Pii tK'r.einitPd and it! u-ar would go on ciuito a tl.ino loiifjcr, never, will.'tlie." (Clieo.'-s.i ! .said the speaker. The armies of iho 1 To. CandSi and the valorous boys | allie.i must be fed. IMtl llio war has "la'that, held ,�l^y thp llriiish, Tt stretclies'firoii! the NvniiMSea, t.liroug:h ^ Italy and'Aittc^doni'a, t'lrijugh the land i of Christ's'., birth itito lun^U-nl ICgypl.! juiKiity lucky and iniRhty light," de-clnred tlio captain in conclusion. .Mayor ilardh; preKidcd and Mr. Brynnier spoke briefly abinit, next week's campaigti. ..Harry Crane, a Kovon-ycar-old GaU boy, (lied, after neveriil dayH' uncous-cioiisnesK at4 a rcstili, of eating too ntuch stale candy he and other children found at, t.hii rear of u store. of the Caiifailian nrmy. tlie .,\mcrican speaker- pi^ld,,b, tribute that brought tears,'to.many" eyes. He declared'that Canadians,'.did not appreciate, tiieir anny,'� .'"Aik, tbe, li'reneh." he said.' '"The'^^greatest city in t'anada hence-' forth will ndtbe Montreal or Toronto or V^lw;6uVer. 11 Will lie I'pres, where-General French-hinmelf said the Canadians saved the day." "Yo'u owe a 'debt to your .soldiers tlittt Canadians cannot live long enough to p�iy." Need Food. Coming more, particulai-ly to the food ques,t;iqn, Mr. Trefz declared that soldiers .w1,n battles but peoples win wars. That nation will win first which cracks last. There are three lines of trenches and yoti must keep them fed. France, said the speaker, was four-fifths scU-suslaining before the war. Now it is only one-third self-sustalniMg. Thefe are no exemption trlbunaU in Prince. Every man between 18 and 4S is in the fighting lines. The .Bpeaker declared tliat food most be ^�it ovfet to'these men and their people at home it it has to be taken Ott tber tables of Americans and Can-adlaiui. He flUfd that the only white bread that on6 sees over there it lin tbe American and British armies. The FrfQcb never see it, even in the airoy. It i� the great task of Amerloa to keap VP morale of the troops by �eejnffto it tbat the armies are fed �Hut that they know their bometoike tra �ed: Concluding Mr. Trefz related * personal experience witnessed In a little Pr^acl; village where an Aniertican battalion wa.