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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1911 MAGIC BAKING POWDER CONTAINS NO ALUM Users of this well known article have the assurance that food is made more wholesome and nutritious by its use. "Magic" is a pure phosphate baking powder, and It is a well known fact that phosphate is a necessary constituent in food, while alum is a dangerous min- eral acid. Magic Baking Powder con- tains no egg albumen or other added ingredient for the purpose of making unfair and deceptive tests which have no value as a constituent of baking powder. For economy buy the full weight 1-lb. size; E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIMITED WINNIPEG MONTREAL AT WE Ml- NOTKEIEHI1ED Dff. Friday oven- ins. Doc. 7lh. a I'oaldale auuifiite m- e very pleasant program given by pupils and mounters of staff of the LelhbrMge Conservators- of Music, j The numbers, every of which thoroujhly enjoyed, consisted of vocal. Instrumental and elocutionary selections. The program hflil an add- cd interest here (rains to 'he number of Co.ilJale youug reccivius iastriKJion at the Conservatory, a number of took part In the pro- jgraru rendered at the Conservatory on Wednesday evening o! this week. Ou Sunday nrteinoou Rev. J. M. Fawcelt conducted ft memorial service for the Lite Corp. F. Suggitt. who was killed fn sctlon. The school atidi- loKnni was prettily iteorated with draueJ (lass and flowers (or the oc- casion. Printed programs containing the order of'service and specially selected hymns were distributed to the congregation. The Knoi church, Leiliuriilge. mixed quartette, consist- ing of lirs. I.ayton, Miss Simni. Mr. Alexander and Mr. Fleming, rendered l-.vo selections, wliilo the pastor sang a solo. The text consisted of the fol- lowing, "Their young men shall see and the address was well received hy all. Only the severe TVC.I- ther prevented lite place from being filled. The subject of the address next Sunday, Dee. ICth will be. "Why I am supporting Union Government." All arc cordially invited to bo present. Those who.are opposed to Union gov- ernment should be present to hear a plain, straightforward, dispassionate statement of the case. siderable'step taken fn the conduct ot: The C. S. E. T. class were addressed tho war or any proposition ma-ie for. last week by Mr. i. Mitchell on the peace without American particiril-' subject. "The Value of Making Coi- tion" I lections." Their program for this In regard lo rumors that the Bolshe-1 week consisted of an entertainment viki government now was planning the I in which overyone look demon- establishment of a constitutional strating his anility to entertain, archy, the minister of blockade said: I A number of cars of settlers effects "In considering rumors, I always have been unloaded here recently. remind myself that' nine-tenthE of are glad vto welcome new comers at BRAN AND SHORTS COST HIGH IN "JAGS Ottawa. Dec. was stat- ed at the office of [ho food con- troller today Umt the cost ot Iran and shorts in bags will be per ton higher in each case than the fiwd price' In bulk. Halifax, who had jusl arrived from F.nglaud wltli a shipment pt sheep. to J i learn whether he had been causUt !u i'the oxpiosloiV Mr. 1'Mrlrk wirvfl the Herald last ulsht "IhaHnir William j who was lu charge uf our Im- ot Lincoln anil Homney I sheep at Iflalltax Is Bate, also tha sheep. All had a narrow escape. Had the elploaion occurred a few minutes Alent. tad just turned tho sheep In- J _ ___ !_., ___ ___ Montreal, 15. Hon. Sidney Fisher declared at a meeting in Vic- toria Hall. last night thai tho British government had condemned the lloss rifle tuore than a year be foro tho Borden Bovernment put it aside. During the year, ho salil, thous ands of young t'auadians were claugh tered In -tho trenches because they, could not tire against the attacks upon them. Senator ihe union c! lhe -arrtHl. He wai knocViO'l tlown and he bulldins wrecked. We him BLOCK 1BOLSWI PUNSMNNnUM Pokiu, Chin- ese troops from Ktriu have arrived (u to arrive home lo a ievr Some of the sheep Iti Hie shipment aro tor Southern-Alberta. Harbin. Manclmrla, ami have bo to proveut the Bobhavlkl from i Ing control of the city a CSeneral lUvarth, the Russian wander. U la reported hero thaj alltea do not Intent! to send tro Martin providing that Gen. with Chinese CG Dpcrsiion, can llfo Ana property there. The best bird ia the Calgary show, now In progress, Is adjudg be a White cockerel, ed by Ant Serrlss of Mooso Jaw. Dfitidur.iru. lo'Vcfuta charge that Sir Wilfrl itatloo ot d I.aur- ler had not done what he could to courage recruiting hi Quebec prov- ince, said Sir Wilfrid's speech at Sohnier Park alone had resulted in or 5.000 men coming forward and out of these the -2nd battalion was fcrmed. Sir Lomer Gouln was to have spoken at the meeting, but was storm- bound. 15 said lu a revolution Js untrue- But some such scheme may be in Ger- man minds. Certainly, the Germans Lord Cecil Says Allies Will Recognize Any Proper Govt. in Russia. would hare no sympathy with a re-.! Home colony to the Ready-made col- public. However, 1 cannot imagine; ony of the C. P. R., where Mr. TCob- any man so foolish M to wish to he a constitutional monarch under the I3ol- shevlki London, Dec. Robert Ce- ell, minister or blockade, In his week- ly talk with the Associated Press, re- plying tc a question in regard to a recognition of the Bolshevist govern- ment in Russia" said: shall gladly recognlie any gor- ernmenl which believe represents the Russian people, either de facio or de jure. We.are not yet satisfied that the Bolshevii are entitled to such re cognition." AVben'asked jrbether the "United States tt'ould join her allies in any step taken in regard to Hiisate, Robert said: "I should be Eorrj" to see any con- all times. Mtvaud Mrs. F. E. Robertson have moved for the v.-inter, from the Van SPECIAL LICENSE FOR v SHIPMENT THROUGH U. S. Ottawa, Dec, shippers ertsoaJs in charge. iMr.i. Robertson spent a few days at "Teacher's Resi- dence" before Joining her husband. The Eastern Star held a meeting on Tuesday evening of this week. Mr. DeMotte and family are moving for the winter into tlie bruise on W. Just before J. H. Patrick of rider- too.', Ont., Importer of registered cat- tle and sheep, left for his home he told the Herald he was anxiously, awaiting word from William West In OUR CLOTHES Have the Happy Faculty of putting Men at their Ease That feeling of being well dressed flRTOPTHES supply, gives a man self assurance and a sense of being at home in any surrounding. MacLEOD BROS. SELL THEM The Great Clothiers of The Great West, and merchants ara reminded -jy the H. Pawson'i farm, recently occupied eiport branch department of the foort Langye, who is moving to Leth- controller's that tha United; bridge. Owing to sickness and coWweaiher States authorities will Usue through their customs service a special license covering all "shipments from one point In Canada to another point in Canada which may put through the United States enroute." The. effect of this list If the ids'are consigned, ay. from Hon- or Toronto to Winnipeg or Van- coodi !real It has been found' Impossible to pro- ceed with the original program plann- ed for the school entertainment, but .a splendid miscellaneous" program Is I being prepared and thp one originally planned Tvill be put on iu tha Now Yearl The dale has for the evening of Thursday, Dec. 20th. Par- ents and others are cordially Inviled be present. The Lad'es Aid ritory though sent In .bond under tha above special licenM. couver over American railroads, they e will go through the United States ter- t< ,r in former years are trimming a Xmas tree and Santa Glaus will be present; to distribute the gifts. I lllss Xan Macintosh is In the Gait i Hospllal for a few. days, receiving j treatment for an attack ''of blood poisoning in'the hand. We under- stand that her condition is not serious and that she is progressing a Cleans in the Hard-to-reach Places Yes, Old Dutch Is the most thorough cleanser as weQ as the quickest and easiest to OM. ly as can be expected! I T. A. MARLOW LATE Of f. BURNS CO, Wishes to notify the people of Lethbrklge and district that'he has opened A Fish and Meat Market i At 1110 6th Aye. Soatk DOOR TO THE CENTRAL CASH GROCERY STORE AND BY. eiVJi-ITy, CLEANLINESS AND STRICT 'ATTENTIOrV'TO BUUNES8 TO MERIT A FAIR SHARE SUPPORT. s A FULL LIKE.OF FISH AND MEATS. THE BEST OBTAINABLE CARRIED. PHONE 796, OPENING SPECIAL, FARMERS DAIRY BITTTER, 2 ftt. FOR 75c MASINAS1N NEWS MasIntBin, Dec. Dec. 1st j been experiencing real winter weather. About aix or seven Inches of snow on a level. All j movements of grain nnd Ike stoct are practically at a standstill. The months of October and TS'OT- ember hare very favorable to farming operations and all farmery profited hy H in preparing land for Two weeks ago the community was given a'bsil scare when It was learn- ed that four ot Mr. John Mueller's chil- dren had broken out with diphtheria. The-filth child of the family came down a week later. No cases have as been reported outside the Mueller home. Owing to the proximity of the Muel- i Isr home to the school houso and to the fact that'Mr. Mueller's .children had heen attending school regularly, school was closed and all public meet- ings postponed. The patlenls are do- ing nicely and it is hoped school will aoon reopen. While riding his saddle horse, Hide Clydlo Shields had the misfortune to have his left hand badly torn and when laken to Milk Sliver for .medical aid, the aocior tound It necessary to amputate lhe llltle finger. Our posloiaater, Mr. Howloy, has passed in his resignation as such. A meeting of all the people In Ihe Mas-, inasin community was called for. the purpose of choosing a new postmas- ter but owing to the bnd weather II was called off. Another meeting will be called in the near future, Jlr. Howley who has been post mas- ter for the past five years, look over the post otilce and' null route from Milk River to Maslnasln from --Mr. Croucher, Owing to rheumatism ho was obliged to give up the raa'l route a year ngo and we understand he now resigning hla position as posl- masler because of Mrs, Rowley's Ill-health. We wjll certainly miss Ihe quality of service given by Mr. Rowley and family just as surely as we missed his wholehearted accommodation while [carrying the mall. It was during Mr. Rowley's term 33 mail carrier that lhe postal service 1 was extended to the people ot Klppen- vllle, i The f'ght afthe polls on Dec. 17th promises to bs a hard one at the Kip- pen school house. From all appear- ances it will be anybody's gimo up to lhe lasl vole cast In lhe nlntn inn- ing. Owing lo sickness. In onr midst lhe people of Mlsinaslr, not. given lhe privilege of hearing Mr. Bachtn- an slate the IMUM it on ITth and the taekiai Itfenant." THE MOST APPRECIA TED CHRISTMASUFT Is there anything nicer you can do this Christmas than to send a box of Choice Cut Flowers 'or a Beautiful Plant in a Basket, to Your Wife who is most dear to you. Your Mother wko is so loving and thoughtful of you. Your Friend who has done you some good turn. Your Hostess who has entertainedvyou so graciously. Your Lady Friend whom you admire. There is nothing that will take the place of flowers and be so appreciated. i, Our slore and greenhouses are full of the best plants and cut flowers you have ever seen, and we .give you a special invitation to come and inspect our, stock. Do not forget to decorations for your home and dinner table, such as Chrysanthemums, Roses, Narcissus, Ppinset- tias, Violets and baskets artistically arranged with'..ferns and flowering plants. Victoria Holly, Mistletoe and Ever- green' Wreathing, Friz Roping, Smilax, Holly Wreaths. TERRILL FLORAL CO. Phone 577 Gor. 11th St. and 4th Ave, ;