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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 30, 1U19 VUK UVr HAIS.V IlKIUU) PAGE NIX? fflLADI days ago. Lieut. PaltMWn enlisted lir-ana. Then add other with tin- 39th Uallcry. I catsup, salt and erated cr'.tm. Mix 'all toRcthor and add one-half cup ot Mrs. Kmll ami liquid. tomato juice, mlit. etc. with the (onuer's l-'orm into it loaf and place lu a baker Mr and Mrs. N. McPtiee, ol Kore-iwlth e little tat and a slice of bacon niost. 'hs Bake (roui 25 to 30 min- utes lu a moderate oven and Laite 1C MUa J. Blxby. who bts bewi ill, necessary with fat and water. Servo has resumed her dutit-s at with sauce. may bo varied by ster school, adding slirediled green peppers or PRAYER Mrs. S. it visitor In Koremost wHh Mr. and -Mrs. I'aul v Q. h.earts. luvu Thosb 'ih 1 known' The living' God's atetnal Who liive ttheld the naming suord iu the of hurmw word, Who carry In their deep-sot Quiet Immortalities. walked with scarce a sound liauntc.l htmiely grouni. Fot- vviiout eacli leathered throjt IB of heaven's-choristers; r. Who look anil look'and always srt .Men's "hearts 'beneath. Uielr, mum- mery; thoughts are Instant every- where, have such "as these for v [irayer? i _wilfcml Wattles. '..In 'Tho Evokman." PERSONAL t MIss.U Sptucer, ot Norlli Bailie- Is a visitor In Uic city for a few days. Mr. Uoddem of Snsk., lias been transferred to the StAndaril liaak here. LlKuU LkinsM Patterson relurn- fi to iho city'j-eslerilny, having baen a passenger on the Empress of As6, which dockwl at- Vancouver a few For Constipatkm Carter's Uttie Liver Pills wOl set you right over iaignt Purely VegeUbla hall 3MB Carter's Iron Pills Will color to thosewbobckrronlntfStolood, H matt Miss Kelley. of CarJston. is .In cliy for few days on lier way to visit In "judge-" Holinea, of CanUton, left last night to visit bis daughter, Mrs. C. y. Pickup, a for suid au Interested bujim-si uiiu to tbe Evangelist. "That is Just '.vhat we are repiie-1 the Kviingelist, everybody-but Uit ;ucu are endeavor- Jiig to brlOK other men wilU them autl enlarge the membership of itic- league. TUe subject will "The Kt.rrlug lie- solve of a Man." Tomorrow night Is Young People's Night and a large crowd Is expected There will foe fine Bulging And a duel by Mr. Kisher and Miss Saxman. Sunday something interesting. At 'A p.m. Evangelist Stephens will deliver his on "The Ct.risUau and :Amusements" under three head- ings: "Is Card Playing "Is Theatre Golai; "la Dancing Stnlul." At 7 the subject will bo 'Is there a God, Is there h Heaven, la tuere a When here ou February Tie main matter bt vvill hr rail- way service on the Foremost. Coutts and Cardstou There has been any rriasatlou the pirt Library Coupon aU be gUO to furnish following uawed book or books or of ifi fak- with ;L vice, llie tlie (ovns aiohs the lint'. a view lo yresentir.e evidence to ttie comiuls- slcii to shew liow greaily the curtail- ruent of ihf service is affecting time.' Boards ot trade lu Hie towns affected should prepare ihoir! cases and get !n louch with the local !fl i board vrftli a vie'.v to preseming i strong urgumi-ni. If anyone has eny suspicions ihat sjiring hasn't arrived, he should have visited Gait Hardens this morning A robin, the first of (lie year, was seen hy several business men. >Sr. TCobin seemed to fae enJoyiDg iiimself in the u evidences aro to ta seen. The buds VAXCOU-VER, Jan. sctond' hearing of C. Findlay, former liibltlon commissioner, charged with tbc Ihert of 74 cases of liquor from the; government, was opened lltfs mornipif.- Alexander Ileuderaon, K.CvfcopnseJ .for Fintllay, objected to the jurisdicllca o[ tlie ningtstrate again hearing a case after having befiu previously dismissed. Johnson, K.C., deputy attor- appeared with Mr. H. S. on the willow trees are bursting, and anywhere that is any moisture fti the soil (be is tieglnning to green up. AHogether, the weather min seems to have forROlteii." that sunny Alberta usually has wialeu at about Uifa time of year. Wood to..conduct the case tor the firown.. called were tbe same as tho EC at the previous hearing- Miss Lamont'o Klile wijl ho held 4.15 tomorrow 'In Wesley hall. The regular monthly mMrting ol Mission will to held on Mon- day at 4, OIB T. >1. C. A. 'Sure! -High Heels Corns But Cafes, Npvy Because style decrees that women crowd, and buckle up rhetr t-nder Iocs In h7gli they suffer (f om corn's, then 'they cut and 'trim isl these, patnfnt pests whtch merely makes in e corn grow hard. This cldal hahii may causa tockjaw and Womc-n are warned 'to" fitop It, A few drops ot B.ilrug called freei- one fii'ip.Ucd directly upon a sore corn gives relief rmd soon the entire corn, root nnd all, lifts out without the jl nig store man for a qcarKjr of an ounce of Treezone; vhlph very Htllo hut Is EutHcient to remove hard 6t soft corn1 or' cal- lus frpm one's feet, This drug }a ether, compound and dries' In a moment anrt almply shrir- cls up the corn without Inflaming or 6veti irrltitlng (.he nurroundlng tissue or Clip Ihts Aul anil pin on AdTcrt BEAN SUPPER For Teen Age Boys At the "Y" FRI. Evening AT SIX O'CLOCK DRAWING CONTEST VALUABLE PRIZE ADDRESS BY MR. GEO. J.TACEY uhfn (or by an as a contribution to (j ite new circulating library to be estaHSsheii in the'Y. M. C. A. build- U ing as a nucleiis of a permanent Library which it is hopfrd will mater- iallte in tlu- near future. K anij Xo................................................. I'leate clip this Coupon, fill in the blanks and forward to THE v CITY CI.KHK D. L. HAHDIE, Mayor. are Rieady for 'on thfe PUy Line. Mother" The following leller was received secretary of the Sir Aleiander Qalt I. O'. D. 39th Battery, DQlgiuni, 6. Dear Friends: H is .with grtat pleasure tbat 1 answer your most vrelcome leUer, and olsa to ihank you on hehaH Of the boys of t Ms baUery for the writing pads. TJiey arrived O. K. gave one to tfach man_whd came from [.ethhrlUge, and I had several left! over wlilch I gave to tlie rest of -tha .They vcertainly did come In it was, impossible to huy my .such .paper ,here, And you cau bnagine how pleased they were to re- ceive 'thb same, 1 am sure ivhen the boya come home Ihey whlt certainly tell you how theae were aptfre- time you receffre this W Tflll be in mid ocean on our home. We are the firH to leayo France for Canada. General Stewart yare us a Hide speech this momJnK and promised '-we iroultl be home hy February. 1 am writlns thfa on otir march throngh Belgium on our ivay home, ThanMng you one and a.l for your ndncus and for remembering us (the 39tb) IhlB Christmas. Yours vary truly, H. E. OHAPUN, M.M. Jan.' to dis- patch wall by tbe British government between English VortB and.New York between January January 20 has been criticized by newspapers liere. Ar explanation has been given the Dail; Mail by the'ministry of shipping, 'it is said that, owing to''an oversight, the ministry failed lo give the post office the usual notification of fast ships sailing during the period 'mentioned. The poat office failed inquir-! iei and consequently the ships without the mail. supnoK RIGID QUARANTINE ENFORCED IN YUKON DAWSON, V, T., Jan. cases of Spanish influenza have developed yet in the''Yukon. George MaeKenzie, commissioner for the Yukon, who is returning from Ottawa, held a conference at _Skagway with the health officer that point and other and all agreed that an influenza would be continued there untff the last vestrge of the had disappeared. At the Pure food Markets Save Money by Investigating Our Regular Tues. and Fri. TO MOTHERS! .Keep youi little pets physically (jt, tmiling, feeling ticir best always, by giving the candy cathartic, occasionally. Children love to Ulie Cascarcts. They aic candy-like tablett, biit just wonderful to correct the little white tongue, feverish breath, tout itomach and colds. Cascarcts gently "work" the bile, sour fenaeatttioni and poisons from a child's tender stomach, liver bowctj without gripioj of injury; Mothers who depend upon Cascircu as the children's laxatfn save and cost. Each 10 cult box of CiKSrtt! cnntarw directions ind dote for iged one year old and upwards. I for And every dollar worth more! WEDOINOS Become a Nurse TO i2500 A WEEK If ydil cannot sne'iyl thrtc yca'ra iri.lmsjMal or are pas', hor- HniH. sen! name anil on postcard (or year boolt etplalnlng (ho C, a, N. ITomc-rractlca, of aludr- iiig Ira'lncd nurilng: Slilc e'ge. The Chantanqna Schvai JAMESTOWN, N. Y. quiet wedding took jptace al Knox Presbyterian manse after- noon f.l 2 6'clMlt, Mr. Fred liant Macklin, ot RuUlHft, SasXfttcho- wan, flnn'Mlas iMwlll land, ot Warner, were united In matrl- many, Hcv. A. II. Donooti perfornilnj the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs, Macklin haVe lelt'to reside at their, home in RirUlMa.' Surtatchewan, 4 THRIFT RECIPES fssurfd Food Board, flein Loaf 1 plntv ocoked beanKJ. 1 rup' tread crumbs. .liblespconn iaunn. 2 (fasjxorts snlf', 1 '.aMesfxrOn grnicd onion. This Moafh eacV Next each milk." not the rts anil IwateA hreail crumcs to nM Government i -L- Small Denominations in denomina- and only, redeemable in 1924 at' and respectively, only a limited number of people could profit by thei high interest return. But nearly everyone in Canada can' and should invert periodically in Government earning 'over per cfetit. compound interest., W-S.S. are sold at Money-Order Post. Offices, and wherever Ihe sign displayed, THRIFT STAMPS 2Seentttach, 'tf tttrm tt nrifl CarJ fir rto WE ARE OFFERING; FOR TOMORROW Choice at per ft. Ik Ckoice Fresh BnHi, at per tb. lie Choice Freth Herring, at per Iftc Choice Fresh Smelts, at per 18c Choke White Fish, at per Also a Splenid Line of Salmon, Halibut, Black Cod, Shrinipi, Oysters and Ssr.eked Fish. P, BJIRNS GO., Ud. Dominion 4th Ave. ind 6th St. S. Phone 'Ciinada FtoH ftlird Retail No. 9-79S4 Main Avinue South. Phones 412 and Canada. Food :Boird Retail Llccnw No. 9-7952 PiUce Street North. Phcnc 41lti Retail Llcehie WHIST DRIVE and UNDER AUSPICES Of The GREAT WAR VETERANS FRI. Evening, Jap. 31 Admbswn 75c ReiretiuBcnti Free GREAT WAR VETERANS AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE SUNDAY EVENING NEXT PROGRAM BY THE TALENT UNDER THE'Dl'HECTIpN OP CORP. J. E. THOWSOH COLLECTION ;