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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 28. 1918 THE LKTHBMDr.E DAILY IIRnALD PAGE SEVEN Bis* fo the Red Cross at Knox Church Wednesday All T,etlibrl.'go Mfcould turn out. on Wo lmsrtny evening of this week to the Ifip.fiivo on (ted Cross to ho g.'vrn ti. Knox: *> v ! STORM butchers, unable to r London, .fan. 28;-Retail many of whom have been open their shops for the last forln'ght on account of the shortage of meat, stormed the Sni:thfid, Blueberry Jam. Tea. The rec'n^s for Corn and Potato Loaf and Boiled Haddoek. mentioned above are as follows: Boiled Haddock -Wash an-I snare thoroughly, wipe the inside and fasten the tail in the mouth with a skewer. Put 2 oz. salt into % gal. water, and .when it is dissolved, put in the fish. Brins the water to a boil, remove the scum, then shrmer gently (about % hour), until the flesh leaves the bones * asily. Take it up as soon aa it is sufficiently cookei or it wpl be hard and tasteless. Ginrsh with parsley, and serve-j with melted butter. Corn and Potato Loaf-2 cunfuls I of canned corn: 1 ouart of potatoes; 12 teblospoons drfpoinsrs; 2 teaspoons-male clerks and- one for the female Iful srU; d0sj1 �* pepITV 1 te^" spoon grited onion. To the hot mashed potatoes add the corn, the drippings and the saponins. Beat the egg until Iteht, keepmg one teaspoonful to Genuine bear* itf nature CHALKY, COLORLESS COMPLEXIONS NEED CARTER'S IRON PILLS NATIONAL CASH REGISTER. Works in two keys, A and B. Registers up to $30. ^1 1C In good order. Cash .. $119 WEBER PIANO jn mahogany case, A sweet toned instrument In good shape. Snap ^J 75 SOLID LEATHER DAVENPORT Cost $150. For quick sale. This Is a beauty......tyio WICKER BABY BUGGY. Cost $32 a few weeks ago. &OA For ................... $�U Y/addizrton's Auction Rooms Tenth Street S. Phone 770 Residence 469 clerks. Guards are stationed to see hat none escape. The trouble arose when S. J. Blair, secretary of the Alberta branch of tha Royal Caledonia curling club, who U employed In the local sheds, was stricken with smallpox on Saturday. tHe was taken to die small-pox hospital and all the c.erks were vaccinated. About half of them had gone home, but they were rounded up and brought back. The three cars were fitted up with a Vic-trola and other things to make life bearable and the clerks transferred tii them. Then the offices were thor. oughly fumigated and the books place! brivdi over the too of the loaf. Mix together verv lightly. Grease well a baking oMMv put in the mixture, smooth the ton and brush with egg. Place in a moderate oven and bake for thir'v mimics or until n'ce and brown. Serve with cream sauce. CHATHAM FIRE Chatham. OU., Jan. 28.-F're unknown origin early yesterday of de- in the big vau:t to be fumigated. The j s'royed the hardware storeofD. H. clerks are allowed to work during the day, but every communication is fumigated. Dr. Mahood, medical heaRh officer, says there Is noth ng to get excited over. He belie cs the con-;.igion came through a leUer received ironi soma outs'.de point. Douglas and the Jahnkne Undertaking establishment. SUICIDED With the mercury ranging from zero to ten below Lethbridge and Southern Alberta are fighting the storm king today. What is considered the worst :;torm of the year is raging, the wind coming from the northeast, carrying a heavy fall of snow. The storm be-?an Sunday afternoon about five o'clock. Farmers are smil'ng over the heavy snowfall which is materially adding to the chances for a good crop next year but the ranchers are not too pleased, as the storm means that feeding will have to be resumed and hay supplies will be further depleted. Lo! abridge has run the gamut of the weather indicator the past couple f days. On Saturday morning it was old with the mercury round 10 be-'ow but the sun was shin'ng brightly. On Saturday evening the wind switch- d to the southwest and a fine chin-iok started. By Sunday morning the hinook had been frozen up and the vind was bacK in the east again. The �un shone brightly all day till five v-ionk tlie snow besin to fall from lowering shy and the storm hns con- nued ever b nee with a break during the night. The railways are having no trouble as yet moving trans, and the c.oal operators give no hint of coa' .*v*4*e. Por* Colborne Ont. Jan. 2S.-Richard Sherk. a well fo do farmer living on h's farm at Sherkston. committed suicide Sunday by shooting himself in the forehead. Ko motive is g veil for the act. In Five Minutes! No Dyspepsia, Heart burn or Any Stomach Misery. Our Store Will Be Closed to the General Public on Thursday, Jan'ry 9 AH those who have not as yet pt\id their accounts, we would respect fully ask them to give it their immediate attention. Our office will be open for this purpose until February 20th. ayr Hardware CN WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, Our entire stock will be put up in convenient lots and sold by public auction without reserve. STOCK SHEETS ARE BUNG PREPARED BE SURE YOU GET ONE F. G. WADD1NGT0N - AUCTIONEER ? ? Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indlges tion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when th; food you eat ferments Into ga3ca an.i stubborn lumps; your head aches ant1 you feel sick and miserable, that's when you realize the magic in Pape'b Diapepsin. It makes all stomach mis ery vanish in five minutes. If your stomach is in a continuous revolt-if you can't get it regulated, please, for your snke, try Pape's Diapepsin. It's so needless to have r bad stomach-make your next meal a favorite food meal, then take a little Diapepsin. There will not be any dis tress-eat without fear. It's because Pape's Diapepsin "really does" regulate weak, out-of-order stomachs that gives It its millions of Bales annually. Get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. It is the quickest, surest stomach relief and cure known. It acts almost like magic -It Is a scientific, harmless and pleas nnt. stomach preparation which truly I biloc-3 in every home.-AdvMl, Qol rdston reamery are receiving cream at their new south l * mill Fla^erial is being laid on the grounds and the erection of the new building wil be ru&hed when the weather breal ? re* r ^ ;