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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN" THE l.ETHBRIDGE tXMl.Y -HKRALD SATURDAY. FEimUAIVY 1, ihe of a fev.- men. Tbo isubjs-l U first been In- i tended to have the t'aljary orator I >peak on: that "Free SptwV fcas been abandoned, and xhe sul'J'.ti -Aitt Ii be insteid. "The Modern HIMf The raeeiius will in tbsa-: irt. Tomorrow all tie are to lie heW by union mea sud otiKr? to against t'r.e cca oi' (he Dj-.n on freo jpwoh. However, as decided at the meeti-u: vl the local trades and libor Munci! oil Thursday'night, no te held in under tie aw pioes of Ux-al umcns. owlns the fact that there seems to be soroe di'- ferenoe ol opinion, between re lurei-d soldiers and the labor nwnj over tie tree issue, it that this action was taken by the loi-sl irades council because of tbe fart (hat many members cf the unions in I flie "ilv are returned foldters. wnd any hint of a spilt over tbe tree speech le- cided to recomnnnrt to its members that Blieu eitemiea, it 'any are employ- ed, be- dUcIiargeJ snd such positions filled preferraMy by re- turneJ eoldiera. The vrar leterins' corauiitiee will on Moudav the Manufaclurers' AiiocUtlon' uit urge that sinllar ac- tion be Keeping in Touch With Jobs Held By Ihe Working Quietly AxuatUm among local of tlK rrea-. tor ihf remuvdl pi alien lix-al corivratk'ui ha? uoi reach- ed the i! has .issumed in Win- nipf-g sud other e.-.etern 1'ui froul what Tile lltrild can learn Uthbridge in Need of f roper) Facilities fqr I.ougheed's View With ot daiej telling oi lbi> lavV '.'.osirnal actoiu- n-.rfaufn vay had been paved for some active work the part oi the citizens. War Veterans Association, bin tho re- turned moil are believed lo Le: Jt A. Haffera. T. A. Hughsou. A. Paul J, H. JJ. K. W. J. Bryan. H. T. Dell and auotltcr whoso name has not been received over the wire, The welcome to these men was the first under tbe of the new miUee thai tlio will in- iumv smooth and thai every soldk-r who reunite to will' be fiiveii a bt-ariy The price of slcigb dogs at The I'as this winter runs from -515 to fuO. at- conlins to tige. siic und training. PAIN HIRST'S STOPS THE PAIN- AND ACTS QUICKLY lumbago, n ialftia, FprAlt nls and nir ronw a I'atti hitrirainnler. 11 Ins been Mtd fvr ircui. 'IHUSTKEMEIlY CO., dnitfcist for minre.i of Pircx: thins......----...... Mlntection or Dionfv .i irections, and don't accept any- ie. Guaranteed tc. pivc atj.vilnte ction or Dionfvi.romj.tJy refunded, s Pines Toronto, Ont, On Sunday, the 2nd, the Well Known Orator Wm. IRVINE, of Calgary Will be the Speaker. it "THE CHANGING WoeiJrow WITiftn and Uie Ojun Forum One of the valuable leBsoris of my TUJI due to the fact that at ,a early age In my eiperier.co as a pulilic speaker J of speaking fn Unton fn Kew York. The audffince fa Cooper Union fa made up of every kind of man anil frota the poor devil'ivhs simply comes in to keep Tvarm up to the rotn who has come in to take a serious part tn the dfacuBaiou of the evening. I want to tell you this, that In tbe queallons that arc asXed there after the speech Li over, the most penetrating that I have ever addressed lo came from tome of Ihe mea who .tfero the least vrell dressed In the audience, came from the plain fellows ivhosfi muscle Is daily up against the whole struggle of life. They aaXed questions that went to the heart of the hufilness and put mo on my mettle to answer them. I felt as if thoso came a f oice out of itself, not a voice out of any school Jesa severe than the school of experience, As fjucstlona and discussions ara allowed at these meetings hope that "plaSo fellows whose muscle Is dally up ngalnnt the whole 3truggle of will he there to lafce an part in dlscusaloii and also Le ready with questions, PLACE; STARLAND THEATRE, Doors open at 3 p.m. Children unaccompanied by parents not allowed. There will be a musical programme. CornsJJft Off hurt a bit to lift any corn er off with fingers. It was discovei'W j-esttrday in Wai. Warnacel, whom the Iron has secured lo take over the management of their plant, lias made a great record as a soldier awarded the St. George Cross. tamaci1] Is one of these mod- c-st gentlemen who Would the last to the nubile about Hoy TUe Herald learns that he went (tverat-as at the outbreak ot tile war in ihfc ranks "nlUi tlie first (ingtnt from Oundas, auti was attached tho Imperial force for Rome Inter coming Tiatk to the Canadians. He wounded three (imts. received his cororaisston on Hie field, and vras decorated at the same ilnuj as Sir Douglas >laifi. lur conspicuous hravory at Ypres, where gas Tvas first used. The par- No hunitag! Vou truly ticular act for Capt, Darnacei can lilt off cterj- hard torn, sou corn or corn be- hveen tlie toes, as well as vecoived his decoration was to take hts gin, men anil 12 twrses and take up position to stop armored hardened calhues on liot-'cars and iirotcct the retreat. He fora of foci without one volunteered for this dutf and lield Ms Ml ot iialn. poailion until entirely put of ammuni- tion, an hour and a half, with only :hree men and two horses left. Cen. cites (his as erne of three pcr- A genius In Cincinnati discovered frp.ezone.'H ii ether compound and tiny liotllea of this magic lluid can uovr lie had at drag atore for a fev; cents. Apply several drops of thla freer-one upon a tend- tr. celling corn or a callus. Instantly all soreness dis- appears and shortly you find fhe corn or callus so shriveled and lonzc that yon lilt H ctr with B. You fed no pain fret-zone or aflenvards. Just th'ink! more- corns or calluses lo tor- you and they go without causlnfi one twinge of pain or soreness1, Ladles! Keep a liny iMjltic of oni on the dresser and never let a corn or callus a.ohe formancea that In the ro- Irea1. f.nd greatly assisted in stopping the onrush of the German hosts w'no were heading for Calala. i Thr, Iron M'orks Co. lias taken over the conlrpl ror thejikintj Since arauming the inntiagement a short figo Mr.] lias Had the old VrOofleri ro.lndry toni down and it flnr- brick building eraclcd, greatly increasing tlie lloor f.pace nnd tho ca- pacity of Ihc plant. He has also had other parts of the plant reconstructed One of the most attractive formi in which food can be eaten candy; Candy is composed principally of sugar, nuts, fruits, fats, such as butler, and chocolate. All these ingredients are recognized, by eminent medics! authorities as food products, which the system craves and demands, Let us examine their food values separately. We all know that sugar is a hody-buijding essential; about one-quarter pound of sugar being required by an adult every twenty-four hours. Nuts and fruits yield a high percentageof nutritious materials. Fats suppiy the bodily fuel and should be used in every dietary. Chocolate is a delightful stimulant, especially valuable in restoring energy. Combine thesa ingredients and are .they not satisfying, nutritious, essential, and in'a most delightful and properly balanced form. Ent more candy, to none. Candy is beneficial to ail and harmful Serve Candy as a Dessert. It Is a Splendid Food. LOTTERIES "Marriage is a lottery." "Not commented 'Sffss C'ay- cnnc. "When yoil lose In a lottery it's an casr matter to Uar up tlio ticket and forget Star. CONFKCTtONBRY AND CHOCO1-ATK INDUSTRIES OF CANADA For Pure High-grade CANDIES go to 606, 3rd S. Phone 1627 ;