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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Vage eight riiR LKTUBRIDGE DAILY. HERALD wednesday, february 0, 191r ot course But Coffee ? in fact not make it BETTER Coffee at its BEST, SEAL BRAND COFFEE Coff the for ouv booklet "Perfect Perfectly Made", it solves problem. \32 CHASE & SANBORM MONTREAL II t Tense Keeling at Conference at Toronto-Bishop Harkei* Has Resolution u^ruMltumt uvah tor (ho Oilgnry Her-:iM, wired yostnriluy from Toronto a si follows^ Delay ot* trains from the wwt caused a postponement of the Naiiona; Sheep and Wool t'onCureme until laie in the afternoon. A committee vi range ^Uoep men mot hero to discuss questions of importunee to the wt\st-i ern entl of ihe industry, and passed several nesolutions of importance, which will be submitted to the regular tuoetinji when it convenes. The air is i-harged with impending events and the announcement this morning of the formation of a , trade hoard, with the vhnivman the wool commission as one of. its per- ; rsonnel, was received by the growers 1 i STRIKERS BACK AT WORK IN GERMANY Amsterdam. Koh. t>, A Hevlin despatch received here loday quotes the Mittatf Am Xcitmi� a** sayins with regard to tlio strike in Uovwiany that work had been resumed without 'ux-cepti.on.in ail the annament factories and that in other huge concerns the men were reported to be resuwim; th^ir duties. The despatch added that there had been tin disturbances. SCHOOL TRUSTEES i 1 1 VOTE TO RETAIN Cardston convention of hovtn and Hie bid ding school I People Satisfied With Prefereft ttnl Ballot-Commissioners* Qualifications \ war! Harnesses of ihe i-iiy of l.ethbridge of [yesterday voted by better than a j wo io one vote to retain the ballot privileges whieh they have enjoyed tor the with apprehension, for it virtually ' past five yours under the preferential means that an. embargo on raw woo! i ballot, and the city .-ouneU will there- for the anmi.it trustees of A1- chairman of the school board and mayor have addressed tie"1 following open letter to the trustees: *An open letter .to the. school trustees of Alberta: Inasmuch as Cards-ton lias requested the trustees to meet here in their annual gathering!? at previous conventions, anil further as our school building is finished, and affords ! a good auditorium mil ike any other in the province, we, as" the trustees of this district would hereby invite \\\n officers of the "trustees' organization Tor the province of Alberta to resume their annual gatherings and to, hold one at this point -this season. The. citizens and town officials 'df Cardston extend a hearty welcome to all school officials to attend such a convention to be held in the near future as may be Has Made High Reputation Production of Timothy Seed in Many Fanners Have Attended and Have Profited Greatly, Thereby e * have been de- F (FYom '"mr (jwn Corrtspon J#�n t> i From Onr Owe. Co: respondent) Ptncher Creek. Kefo. 4. -The farmer- : Maeleod. Keh, r. ~-\s early as 0 a. Of this rtisrrict hive sei a high stand- 1 m. farmers were arriving in Macleod art for timothy seej. and itt ture for this amendment but will do trade board is formed and the wool ! so now v com mission, whieh is composed en- i an attraction to all who might attend. M, A. Coombs. Chairman. \V. K. Pitcher. Mayor. 1 CARDINAL GIBBONS OPPOSES PROHIBITION r One feature of the plebiscite was tirely of manufacturers and dealers, is j thai the vote cast was larger than for j represented thereon while tne growers ; the $7o.000 bylaw recently for the pur-j are not, chances of an embargo seem : chase of a new turbo-generator. This; 4 - 1 was quite i. trice were in a very chaotic state, an.l farmers in tfcis country, hut it is er? were compelled to take just i to take up the subject and keep s offered them. Since th� j mind, as we are comi Will it in i whiz was offered them. ^ince tn* i tuiuii, as we are coming to it very advent of the S. A. Hay-growers' a*?)-'fast, and our boys of today will be iation. things have changed and thfi | making this line a big one when they farmer is* benefitting by an Increased i take over the farms, so we will begin market and better*prices. j today to teach them. Should any of The Start ) you men here today be ready to huUd ' Some fifieeu wars ago an emerpris- ! ft'tfUo ami use it. the department of ilng farmer tried ralaing timothy seo J 1 sops was no one to look after 'the j I*" of the fodder for . [ through the silo, and proof ot the gre.il of this is on record. This SHEEP EASIEST CLASS KM ROOSEVELT OPERATED Of* for timothy, 40u tons of timothy se�d was sold io one firm. 7oyrup of Figs," and in a few hours alfthe foul waste, the sour bile and fermenting food passen out of,the bowels and you have a well ami playful '-hild again. Children low this harmless "fruit laxative." and mothers can r^st easy after giving it. because il nevenjuiils to make their linle "insides" clean and eet. t 4 I Keep it handy,, en today saves a ONEFOIK NEWS (From Our uwn .-T6d Southworth was out Wednesday organizing a beet circle. O. X. Current of 2-5 was over on business Tuesday and headed for home in a storm of rain sleet and snow. Mr. and Mrs. James Foster arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. F. O. Chisholm at the TMacktail Ranch. Clilf Wallace and Earl Wise were out yesterday looking up a bunch of (tatt|e that had drifted away in Tuesday night's blizzard. ' : Three chinooks have struck us th!s winter sandwiched in between .some i cold weather, but. unlike the country j farther west, around Lethbridge, we j are not plowing-the snow stilt covers : the ground, promising crop for the ! coming season. � We were given a surprise by the an-I nonncement of a double wedding over ! in the Lost River portion of our district on January :ird, when Mrs. Mary A. Wethvelt and William Hunter joined fortunes, and her daughter. .Miss Myrtle Wethvelt became one with i Seagle F. Finley. Invitations were out j for the easi-enders hut on account of I bud weather and a disorganized mail 1 service they failed to reach deptinail ions and were not returned until ev-i erythiug was over, However, our best wishes art' with the happy couples and we will call when the Sweet Crass zephyrs permit travel. i CANCEL GAMES Mother! A little giv- ; sick child tomorrow. .~ Advertisement. | leag tie games as well. I The men on the firing line represent the pick of our country 'b yoirtb. Many were rejected because of physical dc-fieinijpy. Many timea the kidnejB were to blauu'. If wo wish to prevent old age cdming on too soon, or if we want to increase our chances for a long life, Dr. Pierce of the Surgical Institute Buffalo, N. Y.. Bays that you should jtrint plenty ot? water daily between meats. Then procure at. a drug store, Aimrie (double strength). This "An-u-ric" drives the nrie acid out and cures backache and rheumatism. If we wish to keep our kidneys in the bpflt condition a diet of milk and vegetables, vrith only little meat once a day. is the most suitable. Driuk pleuty ot' pure water, tako Aauriu three times a day for a month. Send Dr. Pierce luc for trialpkg.-An-urhi-many times more potent than lithia, j eliminates uric acid as hot water melts sugar. A short ti�ial will convince you. IJre*tou. Out.-"I am |defl8etl to ox* press my experience with Anuriir- I have been troubled with rheumatism in right limb and hand for several years, and lately in lei't shoulder. The ^ oneway I could lie was on my back.' I had great difficulty to ^sit down find more to get up. Lately T had a very severe pain in my back. I have taken" Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Pjs-rovery several times with the moat satift-faetoVv results, ro I included to gvv*. his Amine Tablets a triai. The pain in limb �nd shoulder has stopped entirely and In right hand it in very slight and getting all the time. 1 (ran now sit or lie in anv position T. wish without discomfort or pain. I recommended the A nunc Tablets to two parties and they both claim deided improvement. I certainly will recommend them to any one troubled with the kidneys; there is nothing nearly wood; J. tried ttiem all.1Geor'U Boos. cor. l>irke raid Waterloo.  At 1.30 p.m. SITTING ROOM 1 Ifeiumami upright pinno; 2 grass centre table; 2 arm chairs upholstered in leather; 1 quarter cut oak centre table; 1 leather stool; 1 Axminstcr squai'c. 9x12; 1 oak hall rack; i pair portieres and several pictures. DINING ROOM J buffet in solid oak with leaded glass doors finishod in oxodi/.-rd copper with heavy plate gluss mirror, (mission); 1 set leather seated diners in sotid oak (mission); 1 round extension table with pedestal in solid oak (mission); 1 Quarter rut oak combination chjna cabinr-L iinri writing desk; 1 heather ctmch; 1 drop head Singer, sfwhit; machine. T> drawer, ncurly new; inlaid linoleum; 1 largf* mirror wiih bevel plate, mission oak frame, glass ItSxMM; dinner wong; 1 S-dny (dock; ounnUty of cut giuss and hand china, tabic linen, etc.. 1 brass painted BEDROOM No. ONE 1 Ml brass bed with coil win* spring and Oslermoor mattress; 1 solid oak chiffonier. bcvcL plate mirror; 1 mahogany chiffonier, \>i'.vr.\ pluio mirror; 1 mahogany drcssor. bov�d plate mirror; 1 fumed (jak roMum^1; several pictures; linoleum. BEDROOM No. TWO 1 heavy while cnamnl bed with brass trimmings and coi! spring and all 'ofion felt Mattress; 1 tpiartcr cut oali ihifl'onier; 1 mahOK-auy :iiT; I coinhlnalion writinj^ de\sk and bookcase; 1 couKohium s([u;irc; pictures; 1 costumcr. BEDROOM No. THREE 1 lu-avy white enamel bed and coil spring and wool mntlrcss; : surface oak chiffonier; 1 chest drawers; 1 linen cupboard; 1 largo clothes closet; i costumcr; "linoleum. KITCHEN I i;-hoi<' range with hot water connections and high closet; 2 kitchen cupboards; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 kitchen tabic and chairs; 1 surface oak chiffonier; 1 medicine cabinet; 1 large mirror. I washing mnchintr, 2 wringers; 1 large clothes basket; 1 tub stand and 2 tubs: � kitchen utensils -aluminium .ware; dishes; blankets; comforters; sheets; pillows; curtains and blinds; refrigerator; about fi dozen .perfect Seal jars; l :i-hurner oil sfove with oven: about 100 feet hose; 1 rent. 1^x14, nearly new; 1 tent 8x10, nearly new; 1 lawn inoivw; 1 tree primer; 'J, lawn swings; 1 set single harness; odd toolH. 1 5-PASSENGER TOURING CAR in good running order. w. WILSON, Auctioneer TERMS CASH. GOODS NOW ON VIEW HOW MUCH YOUR COST? Food values are measured in units of calories. To-day, when food costs are soaring, the careful housekeeper will find out how much per 1,000 calories her food costs. If she buys: Butter at 50c. pet lb., 1,000 calories will coet 13 centi Bacon at 55c. per lb., " * " #. .. ^ Milk at 13c. per qt., i# " 1B.5 Roast Beef at26c.perlb., " M " M 23,4 M  LombChopeat38c. per lb.," � � 32.7 " Chicken at 32c. per lb., " " " 41.3 M Eggs at 45c. Vr doz, Beefsteak at 34c. per lb., " ** ** 45.6 - Kellogg'* Toasted Corn Flakes (ready to atrvc) "� So Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes is the most economical food to buy. You get more food value for your money than in any of the above foods* * Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes is a three-times-a-day food - just as bread or potatoes are. Get th� Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flake habit. It pays. It saves meat and wheat. Nourishing for growing children. Sustaining and satisfying for working adults. Sold ortfy in the original red, white and green package. TOASTED LICENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUMBER 2~tlS ONLY MADE IN CANADA BV w The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co., Head Office and Factory: London, Ont EsVd 190G Regular 25c per dozen Tomorrow 2 dozen for KIRKB Y 9, CO, 606 Third Avenue South U Are Your Childrea Learning to Save Money ? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regdlarly, and training In how io expend mopey wisely. Such an education in thrift and saving will prova Invaluable OF CANADA In Inter life. LETHBRlpGE BRANCH CARDSTON BRANCH BARONS BRANCH - - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager - F. V. Cavera, Manager J. Blackwood, Manager ;