Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 7

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I , THE LEtHWmnOR DAILY HER/vLD t ... V EFFICIENT FOOD > ' ' ' � " i � � � Dr. Alexander Bryce, M.D., D.P.H/ (Caihb.), a-famous authority in dietetics, has compiled a table showing the number of calories^ per ounce indifferent foods. / ,  r � . : Calories ar? 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:- (CAlioRIES PER OUNCE) Kellogji's Toasted Corn Flakes 103. '. Eggs (poached) ' 48.3 Macaroni au Gratia 44.5 .Milk, 20.6 Oatmeal (cooked) ,18. , Potatoes (baked) 32.7 Not one of these staple foods con- . tains_ one half the number of calories � . per oimce that Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes do - some of them are less than a fifth efficient in calofies. .This is a real test of food values. Piit Keilogg's Toasted Corn Flakes on your daily menu->fehey are good to eat three times a day. Delicious, di- � gestible, nourisliing. . . Sold only in the original red, white and green package. * � ? PERSONAL > � : ? : : �: : : > > : � � >> : * L. A. V(i\f,t\Y Is lonvlng at the omi of the week for ClovoJand. Ho will ^ bo awny 11 raonlh. Mr�. KolBor haa | been BpciullnB tbo wlutnr at FnrRo. N. O., and win not rotiini until liiU; in thu Hpiing.  � * Mr. and Mrs. u. A. Wi'IkIU siient from Salunlay to TiieRiIny wllli Mr Wrlglit's paroiitH, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wright, Modl(;lno ilal. � * w Uev. Dr. ,T. e. HukIikou' oC WInni-Ii.cp. formorly of LctlibridKR, i� ioav- i i ing tor overseas o;udy In Marcli. '  >� � rtnieii, tlio littln daiislitnr of E. J. IjP.lghton, is getting on nicely after her operation. '* * '* Mrs. Slneum and children liavo returned from Vanuouver.' � * 1 * � �. - �. ii'rlonds wish to thank the following i for their, kindness in. sending flowers ! to the late Mrs. Risk: Sister Joanto, Mr. and Mrs.-Oeo. Martin, Mr. and : Mr8. I). Martin. Mrs. W. A. Martin, ; Mr.H A Thomson and family, .Mrs. B. \ Chalmers, Mrs. Allardico, Mr. ' and i Mrs. W. A. Uufhanan, "A. S." late No. 7.sg443 Highlanders, N'oxt-of-Kin Association, Great War Veterans Association, Sir Alex. Gait Chapter 1.0. D. B.    ? : : ; : : : : : ? ? > > .5 i : " >  SOCIAL EVENTS ? >: : : : : > : ? c� : : ? : > i Mrs. \y. L. McKenzie entertained yesterday afternoon in honor of Airs. H. P. Morson, who is leaving the last of the week for Winnipeg. Mrs. Mor-i son has lived here only since last I sunimnr, liut gained many friends and ' will be greatly missed. I - . -   ; Mr. Morsoji, manager of the A.. Mc-1 Donald Co. here is Ijelng^tranafurrod to Wiunipeg. MRS.'C. F. P. CONYBEARE iloffont .Major .hirk Ross Chapter, I. O. D. E. also sent 15.00 to the Children's Shelter tor Xmas clie�r. The Chapter'meets every Thursday i^t tho Red Cross rooinH for sewing. � Tho closing of our year was marked by a Valentine party hold at the Great War Veterans' Club which proved a grent siltcosii. , 1 shuiild tlko to bring lo llip nollcc of all moinberfl the fact that the work of this chapter has fallen very heavily on a few and. that more Interest should be t/iken In llghtpnlng the work of the officers.-IjlUle Holt. hon. sue. Troasuror's Report- "It gives me great pleasure to dellviir to you l.h�! first annual report nf th� 'i'reasurer. Slncfi the organization of tho Major .rack Robs Chapter, r. I�. K., last April the siiid Chapter has luudo the sum of ..one thouiMind. four hundred and forty-Rix doltars and slity-flve c�nts (^1,446.(16). Th� ways and mfith-odfl'UHOd on rnlsloe this money have boon, aB follows: - The canl party given in May rcaUs-od $.'!2.2ri. Rose Day' !n .lune rosliiwff f5R4.'17. A tanaheun served lo tic Mathesls ladies' brouglit us in $36.61). SIAmpedo'proceeds ?SS.?,0. A bazaar at WeAley Hall realized $l7!i..lti - SHOEMAKER ' ,3�.;,3TH,,T.R5|T,.�.. , SOLDIER'SWIFESHOULD At. a meeting hold In the. Moose Hall Monday evening, the Next-of-Kin Association passed tlie following resolutions to be forwarded to Ottawa: , . Tl)at tho governiafient of Canada limend the land settlement act and make it ppssible for  the >vife 6t a Canadian soldier to file on land for her' husband serving in Franco, us under tho present, act'she cannot do so. Also that menV-who onlistod voluntarily be granted land betoro conscripts and.that time spent Overseas be taken off time to prove up a homestead.  ' ' Also that the ;govornment hold the Blood reserve tor men wlio have done their bit in Prance instead gf selling it to capitalists. Those eligible to becoi^ie members of the Next-of-Kin are: Any male or female who has or had rolativoe of either sex engaged in tho European war, dither In the military or naval forces of .the British, Empire or Us allies. ' , I QougH Remedy Xon Clin wnre about �J, and bBva tt bottm roniedjr than tbo rvndy-.....made kladi Huillr done. , If you combinciythtt'curative prop-erties of- .ovbry known/."ri;lidv-inttd6 �ouRh remedy,' yo* would hardly havo in them all, llio. ouratiyo power thafc lit^s in thia simple^ "hbiUQ-inadc" coucli B.Vfup which takes ,pnly a few minutes to prepare.' Got froth alny^ druactsfc a'/Ss' oUnceij 'of Pinnx'(50 pents worth), pour it iutoA 10-6z. bdtUn and All the bqttla tvitli plain irranuln^ed .;iBugar syrup. Xho'tbthl cost" is, about D."} cents andi. (fives you. IfloiincQg/of really hotter cough syrup than you could buy ready- -jnado fqr,;$2.B0,' ,.Ta?tfi3 pldasaut and BBVorapollp, - This "Plhdx and (iucnr Byrup preparation gota rlffht at thfi caiiao 'of a, couiUH,''uhcd fpr Kejioraticwa "tdtbrpiklun ^Voro' cohkUi. Uo ny^^id .dWatuJOipimsht aSk.-Yonr drujiBist, for* "2% ounces of l'liic.\" \vl,tli full dircctipiiB, and don't; acocpl" nnythinif else, A'trifiirautee of ahsoluto ^atlsfautloiimr iijonev-'piomptl'v re-ff"?? yfi,^^^ � Droparfttiou. 'llw I'inex Co., 'J^oroHto, Got.' ' UNITED'-isBRVICE 'PHPM(E"387. �! '-,1. : : : : : : > : : > o ? > � ? WEDDINGS ? .% .;. .;. FOWLER-SPENCR On Tuesday morning. Miss Janet I'urdy Spence of Medicine Hat was united in marriage 10 Mr. Archie IJ'ow-lor of Bow Island. Hev. H. 11. MacKinnon, of Westminster church, Medl-clfie Ilatj performing the ceremony. ^ >�>� : � * > : churches and societies ? � The Major Jack Rosa Chapter L.d. D. B. will theet at the Red Cross rooms for sewing on l^hursday 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 7.30. m m ^ � There will be no service iu" St: Cyprian's tonight oh account of th^ severe weather. t ? ? : : � : : : : : ? * > * *  6 - � ? annual Meeting major : ? ? jack ROSS chapter ? �.  :- : * lic ap-pearanco was the last Wednesday in Miiy when wo catered tor a luncheoui tor the Matliesis club in the Wesley IIi^ll. Wo, held our (irst. tag day on Juno 8th in the form of a "Boso Day.V tlto tagd being. roaoB made by blind children in the east. Procepds woi'o $i>46.47. Wo heid^i a book, shower at the residoucQ. of Mrs, Conybeare (or the Veterans' club, on Juno 22nd with tho result that we were able to greatly add to their library . In Oatober wo affilinted witii the Local Council of Women.' Wo accepted' Mr, Klrby's effqr iji October tor use of the tea room ,onC6 a week, a inost suocosBful venture;' Proceeds of this day for ope woek.ln tlio month go to the Red Cro^s fund; In Novenibor we held-ii sale at 'WoDc at. the Wesley HaJl, noo,00 being rol a)lr.pd.. At Christmas tho Ohaptor made par? cols of (buddings and gifts for ten of our aoUUors' widows and ohildrenl These were n*uU PILLOWCASES ^ We have ioine beauiSful o�tra fln� weavo While Pillow Cases. . ' ' ftC^  Per pair..............^..(....... toC CELLULAR TABLE MATS That are guaranteed hent proof and.llqnid ' ipruot./ ' ' . . Size 44 inch tops. Price Slr.e 48 inch tops. Price ..i........ ^ Loaves %  � >. . Bach 11 l-ethbridge't'GrtetcSst I^ome Furnislien ^.^ul! Bo^k-., ;i-.;=>!s^jjp ;