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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fHK LGTHftRroOE DAILY IIEIULO SB A well made cup of BAKERS is a part of a It is is prac tically all the protein matter being appropriated by the sys tem almost to its full and use saves other more expensive and Wasteful Trademark on every Book of Choice Recipes sent FREE WALTER BAKER Limited Established 1780 DORCHESTER MONTREAL JlllllllllllJIJIIIJIllllillllllt VERY VOLUBLE Give Much Information to Al Hoping to Save Their Liveg American Army in Herbert Bailey in Spe CabVa to Toronto un f derstand Vhat within the last few Geneyral Laidendorf f has issued number ox orders complaining of the amount oV Intelligence the allies from Gernxan prisoners and the of Inforviatfon which in receives frvn those of tho al In the he appeals to the patriotism of the who fall into allied hacds to refmvto remark that hundreds of Jives are impalr ed by their It Is certain that so docile do the Germans become undekGerman discipline that they answer questions put to them by the allied examining officers with as much promptitude as they do those put by their own It is amazing how much information the Germans write in their letters home or carry about in note booku and The Prussian system of frightening menby warnings that the allies murder all their prisoners invariably makes the prisoner more accessible than he would I have seen many who might have said little trying to propitiate the examining officers by pouring out Thus does the Prussian In connection with the new Air Force decorations and the colors of the it is officially stated are Distinguished Flying and Air Force and Distinguished Flying and Air Force and In all cases the ribbon will be worn so as to show a colored band at the Dentistry as we Practise it is a Gentle Art TO you who hare lived in constant fear and dread of a dental opera this statement is more than an It is a a message of hope and comfort which will permit you to have done at that long deferred dental Also of interest to many is the fact our practice is based the early training which each of us received in Americas Dental Dentistry We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge Lethbridse ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI8TALL FURTHER RESTRICT THE USE OF SUGAR Must Use Only 75 Per Cent of Average Monthly Amount Used in 1917 JULY IMS July restrict ionmhave been placed by the Canada Food Board on the use of sugar by manufacturers of soft fountain fruits or jelly powdcrsT and by proprietors of soda fountains and ice cream The order was signed this requiring on and after Aunisi all manufac turers who use stuar in making any of their products whatsoever must bo licensed by the Canada Food On and after July every manufac turer of soft foun tain fruits or dessert or Jelly powders or marshmallow powders and every proprietor of a soda fountain or ice cream parlor limited in his use of sugar during each of the months of August and to 75 per cent of the average monthly amount of sugar used by him during Retail grorers are forbidden to sell sugar to any unless the latter has obtained a special por init to purchase sugar from retail Use Fresh Fruits The order contains a clause to tho effect that proprietors of soda foun tains are required to use fresh fruits in whenever Canners who have not heretofore made soda fountain fruits and fruit juices for soda fountain uses are pro hibited from doing Canners who have been making such products are required to file sworn statements of the amount of sugar used for this pur pose during August and Septem and during August and September this year they must not use In making such fruits more than 50 per cent from the sugar so used dur ing the corresponding months last Since the use of sugar for Icing cakes or biscuits has been the order makes unless under special the manufacture for sale of icing icing or any preparation of sugar which is used largely for this No license for the manufacture of candy or choc olate or soft fountain marsh mallow powders or dessert or jelly in which sugar is will beissued to any person who was not engaged in such manufacture before and up to May The order is effective July and violation of any of its provisions is punishable by a fine of from 100 to imprisonment for up to three or both fine and imprison Forum Communications under thla heading must bear the signatures oi the MODERN To the City Commissioners I note with a great deal of satisfac tion your advanced move in using Gait Gardens for advertising This I may say is not appreciated by Some of the mossbacks have actually voiced their disappro going so far as to say that it is a disgrace the beauties of that lovely spot with unsightly Thla just goes to show how far be hind the times they Personally I think it is a capital idea if carried out in a proper businesslike basis an advertising scheme such as I herein suggest would bring In such a revenue to the city that the total debt would be shortly wiped out and we would have very little if any taxes to That newspaper advertising is an absolute the tax sale I suggest that the city build or allow to be built a dozen or more such build ings as the one at present in Gait Gardens scattered all over the grounds and plastered on all sides with the very brightest colored The trees could be used to hang up more The water tanks on Ninth and Four teenth streets provide valuable space for Let us arrange it that the no matter which way they cannot get away from the thought of business first last and all the Again 1 suggest that we erect a goodly number of varied colored signs in the cemetery lest perchance some one may so far forget business and himself as to wander out there to mourn over the grave of a loved one let him he brought back to the etern realities of life by reading on ahuge sign that the sell shingles or the buy second hand fur The gardeners in the park and the street sweepers could be Though lean their backs could be made use For in stance the sweepers could carry a such as Buy your garbage can from the The motormen could while on duty carry the ad of a rum mage or July The police could be made profit able as well as The very name suggests to me a huge man with a broad back and a bulging who could provide considerable space both fore apd aft tor either a patent medl cino or a chewing gum it could be arranged for him without too much exertion to make a half turn say ev ery fifteen These are only a few suggestions if yon your advanced ideas of adver anything worth while in written I would ho only loo pleasod to uncork aomo Taken With drnmpsrEffort To Save of Indian Chief fFrom One Own MaclcoBi July Wednesday morning while a small party 6f young people were swimming In a slough about 10 miles east of Philip Hornfcergor called for saying I am all Those who were with hltn made every effort to save him but to no as he sank and did not rise It is ciuite evident that the from springs whloh feed these sltoughs gave him a severe anfl heart failure from over exertion in trying to swim across the slough the second The body was recovered in a few and the coroner lie did not consider an inquest The young man was just 16 years of and a fine type of as he stood over 6 and weighed nearly 200 His parents live in Indian Chief Dead On the morning of July llth there passed away at the Macleod Muni cipal Big the chief of tho Fiegan at the age of 92 Big Swan was one of the Indians who helped his people to make the treaty with the government years and there is only one of that not able party left on the Piesan He was all that his name the Indians called him Big Hearted In and added the name because he was so true and The body was removed to the reserve for where great mourning will be indulg ed In by his many OF FALSE PRETENCE Fernie Miner Found Guilty Securing Money By False Pretences Special to thp Herald July case of the Crown against a miner who has been working at and who was charged by the Crows Nest Pass Coal with obtaining money under false was concluded yesterday before His Honor Judge in the county court when His Honor1found the accused guilty and fine of or six months in jailj A feature of was the con tention of the that the placing of checks upon company cars of coal was a customary thing when a contract miner was taken from the face and put at company as a remuneration for loss of wages by such Several witnesses for the defense testified that this practice was a cus tom which had been practiced Jn all the mines of the Witnesses for the Fire Bosses and Pit contradicted this evidence and the court ruled in accordance with their finding the defendant guilty as above The crown was represented by At torney Smith and MacNeill defend ed the A mass meeting of Gladstone Union was held last night at which it was decided to give notice to the company to prepare the miners so that the single shift system could he put in practice on the 1st of Biggest This Side of Atlantic Capable of Holding the Largest Ships July particulars of the contract which the John Dry dock and Shipbuilding Company has been secured from the department of public works for the construction of a dry dock and ship repairing plant at Courtenay are today The contract calls for fhe construction of a dry dock which will be of the first class and the largest on this side of the It when completed be capable of accommodating the greatest whips of any navy in the or the lar gest mercantile vessels now built or The length of the new dock will be feet and its wiijtll at the bottom 125 with forty feetof water over the It Is ox poet od that steel shlpbulld ing will form an Important part of the that arrangements now in contemplation are consummat ed and keels for two ton vessels will be laid withia tho next year or year and a The contracts for an expendi ture of dost to A SiatementH jthe together with md deroga tory to thb and work or the advisory of the National Council oi1 of made it seem advisably right that theee should be invuatigated and a state iny tino economy fa AuywfacAeaMAt Vjf M poocti not Vie fancy fuyn priced orteA depends w Estabrooks LIMITED Calgary food Control Uconio ISO Red Rose Coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Tea ment made in regard to their truth or This has been and the facts established by the evidence now in the hands of officers of the National Coun cil amply refute such charges and in A summary of the evi dence is hereby appended Telegram from treas In Boston of the Womens Na tional Health Association of who Approximately sent forward to Letter from mana ger foreign department Federal Trusts giving and both in British and American curren of seventeen remittances sent to Sir William treas urer of The Womens National Health between and April amounting to Telegram from secretary for treasurer in San Francisco of the which telegram Amount cabled from San Francisco It is custom ary in thto country In all charitable work to apply part of the proceeds to ward expenses of the but no such application made Note from Morgan re remit tances sent to Sir William of and respec Letter from Charles New chairman of the American Auxiliary to the Womens National Health Association of giving full particulars re the failure of Charles Chaplin7to appear at the performance giveu recently in New York for the fund of the arrest of the man who was supposed by Judge Swan to have managed the and of the request made to Lord Aberdeen by the district Judge to appear as a witness against Also of the difficulty of securing passage which alone had prevented Lord and Lady Aberdeenfrom returning to Scotland some weeks earlier and a denial of the statements published In the press which were said to have been made to Lord by Judge Swan re the discontinuance of the of the association in Kearney having been present at the Letter from of New who confirmed all the by Letter from manage for Charles explaining thai his contract with the syndicate pre vented his keeping his engagement with Lord Aberdeen to appear at performance already spoken letter bearing date two days aftet his promised President National Council Women of Alleging that he is illegally detain ed among other the men provided for by the Mill tary Service Act had been secured and were actually in khaki before ho was Eugene a farmer from Cap Dela Champlaii through his has obtained a writ of ha beaus corpus from Judge Dorion Counsel for the young draftee elaimi that no more men can be drafted without tho authority and assent oi V Nc kSo nwifiinq flc heEfUColor Schcm y 1 TOULD you Hke to see your house in Its new coot of before you paint it You V V BranclrninHenderson Color Scheme Adviser ables you to try out different color combinations before decid ing on the color scheme moat pleasing to your j j Thiu unique device consists of a transparent of behind which you place color cords of every known color for the walls and Another color for the With the transparent there comes a set of 40 cards each of different First you try a white card on the in combination with a green card for the Then you try a brown card behind the wall section of the along with a red card for the And so until you have ex hausted the possibilities of every known color We have one of these Color Scheme Advisers and will be pleased to let you experiment with it before you select your BH ENGLISH n Onuin 10 for the Spring painting of your house or any other Of course you are going to paint this of you are going to use BH English paint with the guarantee behind Our store la the BH means that this Is paint The outstanding reputation of this brand is based on its superior coveringcapacity and exceptional dur of which features we know to be due to the com bination of Brandrams Genuine white lead and pure white which the makers of BH English Paints main tain in spite of the repeated advances in the cost of these Color Cards from mir Inert TAYLOR HARDWARE 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