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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IIP: , > '*, \ a v i* i"; FRBRtTARY i"i v 1 �1� I THE LETHBRIDf.R DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN EFFICIE Dr. Alexander Bryce, M.D., D.P.H. (Camb.).a famous authority in. dietetics, has compiled a table showing the number of calorie^ per ounce in different foods. ' , Calories are the units of food values. The number of calories per ounce contained in food proves its value. This is what Dr. Bryce found and published:- (CALORIES PER OUNCE) Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes 103. Eggs (poached) 483 Macaroni au Gratia j 44.5 Milk ' 20.6 Oatmeal (cooked) 18. Potatoes (baked) 32.7 Not one of these staple foods contains one half the number of calories per ounce that Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes do - some of them are less than a fifth efficient in calories. This is a real test of food values. Put Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes on your daily menu-.they are good to eat three times a day. Delicious, digestible, nourishing. Sold only in the original red, white and green package. TOASTED) PHONE 1224 PERSONAL LICENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUMBER 2-055 ONLY MADE IN CANADA BY The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co., Limited Read Of free and Factory: London, Gnt. Est'd 190G ' 13 I.. A. Felgi-r is leaving af end of I lie week fur Cleveland. He will be away :i month. Mrs. Kelgor lias been spending 'lie. winter at F:i rgn. X. !J., mill will mil i'"tnni until Ian- in 111": spring. Mr. and Mrs. !'.. A. Wright spent from .Saturday to Tue.-dny wbh Mr ' Wright's parmtis, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wi'igh', Medicine Iliil. Kev. I.)r. ,T. 10. Huulc-oii of Winnipeg, formerly of Lethbridgo, is leav- � i'ng for overseas early in March. Helen, the little daughter of K. .1.' Le,lgli1on. is iji'lling on nicely alter h'T operation. .   Mr.". Xlocum ami children have re-i ; nrned from Vancouver.' *. � � Friends wish to lhatik lite following for their kindne.-s in sending flowers to Hie late Mrs. Itisk: Sister .leanie, Mr. and Mrs.- (ieo. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. I). Martin. Mrs. \V. A. Martin, .Mrs A Thomson and family. Mrs. 11. (Tialmers. Mrs. Allanlice. Mr. and , Mrs. W. A. HiKhanaii, "A. S." late No. 7:;i�-J4rj. lL'.tli Highlanders. Next-nf-Kin � Association, nival War Veterans Association, Sir Alex. Gait Chapter I.O. D. JO. ?  SOCIAL EVENTS ? >:�::�:�::u.00 iwas sent, to tlie V. M.' C. A. Military .Service ami smaller c'tmotuil.f, have bee>i used for fled Cross! material and other patriotic work v.heii needed. Thunkini; you for your assi.siam'o dnritiK my year of office ;o treaaurer. 1 beff to remain. Jessie, Klrnon-. treas. "I'he offleera for the eomim; year arc : Regent- Mrs. Conybe.arc. lnl Vir.G-no.Kt-m -Mrs. D.-Veber. Snd Vlrn-riOBMit- Mrs. KKon. Secretary- -Mrs. Hrewi.T. Trcasutor -Mrs. XV. If. Holt. Ktanuanl Hearer Mrs. \V. T. Holt. ladio Sixtrftary--Mrs. .Simons, CnuriKillors - Mrs. Hk.-k, Mrs. Hod ley, Mr.'. Davidson. Mr�. Smith, Mrs. West-ley, Mrs. Rortivuid. KIRKBY&CO. Special for Thursday Lemon Cookies WEDDINGS rOW-LKR-SI'KNCIO On Tuesday tnoruins. Miss Janet I'ltrdy Spence of Medicine Tfat was united in marriape. to Mr. Archie Fowler of Bow Island. Rev. It. II. MacKinnon, of Westminster church, .Medicine Hat, performing the ceremony. I NEW DUTCH MINISTER Washington. Feb. 1ft.-Augustus Phillips, the new minister from The Netherlands, today presented his credentials tO' President Wilson. GOING ! (JOtN&!! sGQNEIII IllflPltlDLWlUiAVtn IlLWlUDtWaLSfcVtir TOCl�)tWtllHKFltipS WHENEVER I see the word YCLEPT IN print I want to PULL SOMEBODY'S hair. I DON'T BELIEVE in using the DICTIONARY AS a STUMBLING BLOCK for the FOLKS AT home or elsewhere. 1 I HEARD a woman say "I USE a preparation. YCLEPT HERPICIDE." HER HASR was really beautiful BUT HER language MADE ME-sick. Yours for beautiful hair, SPECIAL AGENTS, . J. D. Hlulnbotriam & Co., Ltd. HAVE RIGHT TO FILE What I I MAKE SHOES LOOK LIKE NEW AFTER REPAIRING' THEM. I USE FIRST CLASS OAK TAN LEATHER. HAVE A PROMPTER SERVICE THAN EVER. GUARANTEE EVERY BIT OF WORK I DO. CHARGE REASONABLE PRICES. MIKE CARDMAN SHOEMAKER 212 13TH STREET S. At a meeting held In the Moose Hall Monday evening, the Next-oC-Kin Association passed the following resolutions to be forwarded to Ottawa : That the government of Canada amend the land settlement act and make if possible for ihe wire of a Canadian soldier to file on land fother husband serving in Franco, us tinder the present act she. cannot do so. Also that men Who enlisted voluntarily be granted land before, conscripts and that time spent Overseas lie taken off time to prove up a homestead. Also that the government hold the Blood reserve for men who have done their bit in France instead gf selling it to capitalists. Those eligible to become members of the Next-of-Kin are: Any male or female who has or had relatives of either sex engaged in the European war, either in the military or naval forces of the British Empire or its allies. Try Making Your Own S Cough Remedy ft Ton enn iwre nbouf; 52, and have r] u better remedy tlmn tlio rondy- [n inatlo kind, busily done, P-j If you combined the curative properties of- every known ''ranly-math;" f'ou/jli remedy,'you would hardly have in them all the curative power that . 3i5 cents' and jjives you lfi ounces of really better cough, syrup than you could buy reniiy-raado for lti2.GOV Tastes pleasant and i never spoils. I This l'iiiox and sugar syrup prep-| arntiou gets right at. the cause of a. i cough and gives almost immediate ! relief. It loosens the phlegm, stops I the nasty throat-tickle and. heals tho j sore, irritated membranes that linu-; tlio throat, clicst and bronchial tubes, bo gently and easily that it is really . astonishing. ' A dnv's use will usually overcome the ordinary cough and for bronchitiB, croup, whooping cough and bronchial asthma, it is splendid. l'ini'X is a .most valuable conren-trntcd  compound of genuine Korway pine extract and has been, used for generations to break up Severn const!'!., j 'Jo avoid disappointment ask your' druggist for' "'S'.i ounces of Pinex" villi full directions, and, don't accept '; mivtliin:.' el'e. A uuaranice of absolute sai'isfuciion or mojiev promptly re-i funded, goes with this preparation, i The Pincx Co., Toronto, Out, UNITED TAXI SERVICE ' j PHONE 387. 5D -ti ! � O 6" : � : : : :� : : : : > > 'J'he Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. E. will meet at tho Red Cross rooms for sewing on Thursday evening at 7.45. A good attendance is requested. The members of the Next-of-Kin are reminded to meet at the Red Cross rooms to sew tonight at 7.oil. m � � There will be. no service in St. Cyprian's tonight on account of the severe weather. JACK ROSS CHAPTER > : : > : ? : : : Tho annual meeting of the Major Jack Uo'ss Chapter. 1. O. D. E, took place in the Y. M. C. A. Monday evening at 8 p.in. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read showing a splendid amount of work accomplished during the year. The secretary's report is as follows: "I have great pleasure in submitting to you the first annual report'of the Major Jack Ross Chapter, 1. O. D. IS. The chapter was organized in April, lillT, by the honorary orga::i::ing secretary Mrs. Spence. with a chartered membership roll of 112, which has been-steadily increasing until now it contains a membership oft sixty. Since its organization, its main objects have been to raise money for patriotic work, lo look after the dependants, widows and children of our soldiers and sailors overseas and to do Red Cross work and to give help where needed. This being the first year of tho Chapter has made it somewhat strenuous for both officers and members as naturally if takes some time to got. things inlo working order. We have held ten regular ince1.tn.ss, 2 special and 7 executive meetings with a very fair average attendance. Our first public attempt to raise money was on May :ird, when we held a card party tit the K. of p. hall and though on that occasion we did not have ii very large crowd It was a representative! one. Our next public appearance was the last Wednesday in May when we catered for a luncheon for the tMatliesis club in the Wesley Hall. We held our first tag day on June Sth in the form of a "Rose Day," tho tags being roses made by blind children in the east. Proceeds worn !fr�-ll).47. Wo held a. book shower at. the residence of Mrs. Conybeare for the Veterans' club on June 22nd with the result that we were, able to greatly add to 1 heir library. In October we affiliated with the Local Council of Women. We accepted Mr. Kirby's offer in October for use of (he tea room .once ;i. week, a most successful venture. Proceeds of this day for one week in tho inonlh go to the tied Cross fund. fn November we held a sale of .work at Ihe Wesley Iia';l. $10(1.0t� being re-alir.ed. At Christinas the Chapter made parcels of puddings and gifts for ten of our soldiers' widows and children. These were much appreciated, Wa Remember prices are still increasing. Don't let this opportunity pass. Only nine more days that you can purchase furniture less 20 % discount and Draperies or Floor Coverings hss 10 'I discount. 1/' A F