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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ELEVEN it la and boa. ua clamorluj'Iot tooil Mr. cut till hero trofood i exlit-. uce and that, Ko Is .the repository; le has hcfcn. Eeailug out brisk llltie atccliltina to.llio uch and has hcen gelling BiisvicrB.tiiey. blamed leased to giro! These the M." From tho Brooklyn Eacle. Your Wife'e "Allow- ance" may not expand to meet the increasing cost of foods, but it will buy a suffi- cient quantity of Shredde'd Wheat to nourish every member.of the family. Two Shredded. Wheat Biscuits with' milk make- aj good, nourishing breakfast at a cost of a few cents. All the body-building material in the whole wheat grain, for breakfast or dinner with berries or other fruits- NEW DAYTON It'rom Our Own Correspondent) Now Dayton, May llr. Joli enlz called on W. Slorrlcal We cFday. .Mr. Davo JlraVe was filled IIGBIC lo Work More, Eat Less By H. R G an'pewMo'l chtej. problem is la Ited he poor.! fkjjeV t a I them as Ihe John Jones elsewhere, no pay fur hoeing iclt Wllmlnglon. OUlo, on account ot the egulallous-. 'Croinei bout. They arn.Tery iajicli Var ftjil; but nol' for'w.' t Threa cabinet ministers aro said, to havo drafted these It may opnvey "wme Idea of Iha-iTaa- palhj- they-.fell .For tho lava to hur'thlnFs ID eat hat out cabinet rich man who pays a" month-tor, rwra anil boar.il at the Chateau Laurler, anoUier- cabinet minister Is In receipt of threo, fat itlarlei Iimr? the Dominion of Canada, and the third tablnei minister has tusl paid J12.000 for a 'They know all alio.ut tbe nigh cost of living U Is the high cost of the nubile expense. la addition to food regulations wlileu Mr. Crotucrs uul for- bears to use, the Minister of Labor Is fruitful In sUEEfStlDE substitutes for food. Some time ago he recom- mended his two-volume bluo book on tho Illsh Cost of Living as a means _ lha potatoes and keeping Uio them.' AH be eils Is lhe and vho open ito It he Is In luck escapes ilnnebl. rol and Iroat ho fill probably sell WE potatoce for a dollar anil a Lall B. bug, [ood.control hiving In Ihe meanwhile brought- the price ot potatoes down a rash. lu the dual reckoning John Jonea will be about twcnty-livo dollara'out ou bis potato experiment. Mr, Crothers and his or less fogenlouc must lltlak ot a Sir Thomas White .has aoolbcr Mt4e In ,cknese of Ills mother. QuUo a number ol lottis attended e show at nnymond, "The Dlrlh ol Ed Craig and Forrest Lanuis ipenl lonuay jrltS Chris, SIK. Mr. and .Mrs.. Trlgs's and family pent Sunday "with Mr. John Recli ml family........ Miss Eullh was In Daylon Saturday afternoon. Mis. W. L. Morrkar and (Uuehlor Lena called on Mrs. John rtentz Sun- day aiternon. The I-adles' Aid meets at lira. L. Jtorrlcal's, June Jlrs. Jolm Cress 'and daughter c-lrn returned from Lethbrldso Tues- day. -Mr. Gilbert Is In the hospital at Lelhbrldge for treatment.' Dr. McCallum and daughters Belle nntl Mnrfon returned home from Monday. Mr. and Mrs. were; In New- Dayton Thursday. Jlr.-'Bd..-Craig and.son Cco'rge left for Ihctr homo In Ncmlskam Thors- riay. _ Jlr. Vern Cartwrlglit la Ttsillns friends In New Dayton. This district had another goad ralu the Jirsl of the week: Farmers would be pleased to have some warmer days, EO lo brins up inn later sown of dlrcrtlDB ono'j mind cent steak and no coal In the cellar. It was good reading, so h said, and provided a labyrinth statistics In which people could lose sight ot their troubles- Sir. Crotnere' latest suggestion 1 dial people work rnoro and eat leas eating less Iher will leave mpr food free for the prolilecrs to ehl abroad and by wortlDB tpore Which Every t Helps Nets Fund (From Our Ova carceiponaentl XemlsVam, May. most BUC- was tcld on Thursday "Victoria 111 Ih Saturday only Ice Cream Sodas for BACKACHE, LUXB100 ASS BHEDMATIO, TBOUBIJS. Dmr XT. r-Ulvr-l :wkh "ia sUlo thii f .from IUPS-. Uc troubles. I used .dlsoowT ot Doctor I tuftnt rbeu d I caul recommeod Auric to mjone 5 c Hlrc'ri Koflt Beer, per glass..........'.-. 5c Best Chocolates Picrv. pound Half: pwnd Open till 11 o'clock cvci'.v Closed all day .Sunday. Lbese pilntnl tSeeli doc to uric acid In the system onUrcIv eradi- cated .-A new called "Anurlc." bis been discovered- by Dr. Pierce, ind M tie ciuse dralniio.patw-ird.ol.tho uric MW with which It'cclne; In con.Wa within tha bddl, .U will ward btck- ache, hcadMhe, and the dirtlng tche of inlculH 'or ausculir rheumi- those which an causM br too'nuich nrlc-' acid, such u gout, n'Juv.i., dlr.ulu-.. Aa- nrlc" prolongs Ille because ou neoplOTiEn- tll; suSer Irom hnrdimln! thickening of walls of tho due to th iBTtllds'. HoW N. Y., nil been testing this wonderful medicine for the relltl ol weakened klnneys. The obulnad bj sufferers has-been to he delerr ailned to with the prln- dmigista Xhere TnurlS' Is" not Sal In throwing'off poisons wilhlh which caoM n much tain and assert 19 37 tloMS.norf poltnt than llthls." Beod eento for lane libialdlht Tip a KimUtfca food .as Dr. Pltrce'i will hare less llrao lo eat- Wort-Is a great blessing. It liceps people ITQM uroodlng. When people get to brood- ing they are liable to think about food and rush out and ruin themselves horn anil eggs. Quo ol the most horrible nlghls -Mr. Crothers can con- ctsKo Is an otherwise ressjeclabla ell-1 Izen lurching aboul Ibe street; untor the Influence ot porter house.steit. As Minister ot Labor the last Ihlns Mr Crolhers wants to see is the lab- oring man suffering from a debauch ot boiled potatoes or an orgy of fried onions, or anything like that. When, Archy McCols vlsilcd Mr. homo town the other nay one of the volcrs complained that he. coulan t aflorrl potatoes, lie was using turnips al thrco tor thirty cents and poor at that. 'From these facia It would appear that Mrv Croln- ors' moral reform .work is -weaning people, from Ihe "use of food and tho consequent-ills ot lnSlgcsllon, llal- ulenco and Is Ecttmr Tho Slluisipr bV'tahdKlB not onl hope tnat'the laboring :man! be laujhl lo do without loud altogeth- er It Is true that Paody, tried ,lna IrlcH on hls'donkey and thai the poor Tiling uicu Jusl ho gat ting ufied lo. It, but Mr. Crothera be lleves that al llils point will step'In and. sustain worlrtni man though hft may te more Bubtianllal nourishment; I 1> a ouestlon. ot the of ttj The Minister of labor'siiuCTesOol that the laboring man work more and "t I.... [s'hSEMj- practical tetanM wage's hav.o risen-only. dhd food, has risen Is a simple OBtlerlpf-suMM.dtlon proro that if Ibe worklnr.-nan.-toll torly-elBht'per fooa thf he did two years and a-halt-Mo his two" per cent raise In. wages cover -the' bill. This 'leaves nolhlni! for clolhcs, fuel, doctors' rent and postage stafflps, iugfaallon to meet the high cost of vlag.. When hunger pinches lighten belt. From these words Judge lacVcnlle of North Cape llnilon tur- nlsoi that the manufacture ol "hun- er belts" would be a good business o to Into, Of course the Industry cnt tariff and cheap belts from the United Stiles would nol be allowed n There would be a large wle. Ev- jry citizen ot Canada drawing J1200 a year or less would necessarily pur- haso one. No faintly coulu be with- out one. In lact every member of the amlly would have to wear one instead it laWng their'-meals. The hunger bell.' Judge Mackenzie points out, would diner from oilier bells by rta- eon o( the large number ot holes tL would have. Ordinary hells have only sli or eight holes, but the hun- ger tall would have holes all tlie way round, so that despcralo patriots would nol to surrender to fam- ine until their waial line had entire- ly, disappeared pressure. Then, when' the last1 hole was reached, they could" eat the belt. They could eat 11 'raw' If Ihey liked, bul 11 would prob- aoly taalo better and would certainly he a deal tenderer, boiled. belt Is a good Idea, hut tho. Government Is supposed to have even brighter ones. Along the line oi thrift people a're lo be asked lo save elr hiccoughs" a'nd slop picking their elli. A great' deal ol food la'wast- d. this way. ling of food reminds me of n ory1 they're telling aboul a great n'lanlhrftplst who Is in Ihe coniid- nce of the Borden Government. The real philanthropist not only raises rayers to' heaven, but raises prices o tbe Bkles.-'The other day lie met orcross, the Bleamshlp man, In Iho ibby of. the Chateau Laurler, and aid h'is hand in a fatherly way on lal gentleman's shoulder. hope, .he BalrJ. that you are'doing your bit ountry." "Yes." Norcross replied, "I'm paying ou forty-all cenls a pound for '-i it.i H- R GAPSDV. town of Netulskam, when the splendid sum ot was raised, which alter dcJuctiUK e'iiicnsctj realized tho not sum ot The sale ot dormSons realized Cash donation? lad- les refreshment bonik V-i'i-OO; dance 1111.55; fllS.JO- Hags, J21.00. Out of this grand sum tli? tow.-ris- prolilc contributed In various ways tCSt.OO. The .principle of this sale was lo raise funds twr Canadian r'.ii- rlotlc association. Uooils anil lollowwl by the matiitufry and. geuoral merchandise U took nearly six hours Im' Jnck l.ittU' of Foreiuuit lo dispose of crowd thoroughly cnjoved a srr-al gume of tjsc- antitlat greut 5 to -1, lie scuro 'iaUiax tticm In 7tli llic tvt-vnn? wo hid a grtal dance, u.'ilth hstC'l until i in tin.1 tuoniing. l.aii a danc floor SOiUnJ. ercued in 'i Koursj, tvcrytj'.Kly in lurulnj out tu hclii and uu have liail using iKe tor all tlLCi worlh. rnor, tliau fafisflctl rhi- calerii's ar and evcryoui- luil i.lcnr lo eat ar.il drink and with Ui jurlicular altetnion 10 Hid tvlc-ndl way Iho ladies bombs and iho otln: restaurants helped us out. wisli i to thank McEsrs. Herb. Sli'waTl. 1-aul I and Gardntr from Klzikoin, kludly donated a horep. suit and bridle, rCBpcctively, and all the ladles and farmers of tills vicinity who helped by donations and services to make this great undertaking a success. Wo also wish to particularly thank Mr. >'rcd Findlay. collector for Messrs Stacoy, 1-iu.. woo was down hero relieving the yard manager, who ABlg Favorite indsor I Table issar THE CJC1MUAS SALT CO. LIMITED lu Calcutta a botanical garden re- 'i one usual custom In temperate dif.ia.ie5 of keeping tropical plauls In -R .ry hro.Mne plants from cooler lands in cold houses. tels being brought lo by ilio t and townspeople 'and sold at auction'. I'nlortunately owing lo Iho iate surlng the farmers ivpre unable Is our secretary ami was unlortunave- Ir taken sick and had lo go away. ilr. Findlay lumped In anil certainly his fee'l and we wish to otter a vote ot thanSs lo him for the cscel- way he bundled all the secrelar- and tlnanolal part ot the business lo attend, as Iliey would have liked was by no means a small uu- lo hnvc done, as there Is a great We 1'Ieli to thank Mr. I. aciiounl of flai lieiqg sown al Hie M. I'hiUiiis. o'jr local hardware mcr- presen'i lime and we feel sure that jctum, (or liaving originated tbe Idea liad the seasoa been more tavorablo'of pulling on ilils sale as the best wo would have made Kvenl means ot raising money for Inn Pat- undcr these advereo conditions we had f riotic fund. Also Mr. Jack Little for splendid gathering and the wonder- j services us auctioneer. prosperity of this great southern feel justly proud of having teen country, was" fully exemplified In the great number ol aulos present, of whldi ..there must have been fully 200 on the ground. The proc'eccllnas wero opened by F. S. I.elflngwell. M.l'.P.. for the able to raise sutli a handsome donat- ion and the amount raised from this sale, plus various sums of money raised by other sources. In this 'town and district this year, viz.: I. Carter's Jance, held here. 5273.00; Wild Horse Warner district, who In a stirring j school dance. net the patriotic speech, explained lo the pcoulo tlio purpose for which the sale was being inan.ci. The sale was opened up wllh tho 10c WILSON'S, FLY PADS .WH.LKILl.MOBEFUCS.THAH. WORTH OF AHY' iuud nearly ivnkh is speak- ing a lot of our town only elphleen months old. We wish to thank Mr. Thomp- son, our president; Mr. John A. Slew- art, secretary-treasurer, and VV. lien- ry, secretary, ana all the members.o[ the various committees for the splen- did Yrorfc they "jive done and the per- sistency in which they executed It. Special praise Is due the [allowing ladies: Mrs. Jobn A. Stewart, Mrs. Ashmond, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. 'Welt, .Mrs. G. Warren, .Mrs. Long, Miss EngllnK, Miss Uowen, Misa Knautt, Mrs. Scarlett, and Mrs. SchavcllI, who worked so hard ia the ladies refresh- ment booths. Plain or whichever way you liVe Ihem always fresh, crisp and certainly enjoy Sont-Mpr Biscuit Made of choicest baked to a to you in triple-sealed cartons.. In Padcate- Only. MEW ZEALAND PREMIER BEACHES WINNIPEG Winnipeg, by. Lady Masscy. Sir J G. Ward. Wird.and'Miss.tV'ard, the Right Hon. Wlluam Massey, pretajer bt Xew Zeajaiid, arrived Wltanlpe'g this hio'rn'Ing.' A mlllCary ot honor escorted the. party, to the Royal Alex- andra, where Premier Massey and Sfr Joseph Wajd later addressed Iht Ciiiilin..'club.iA .This attcmooa Premier Massey.y .will address the members o! the Women's Canadian clttti. 'This erenlnff the party will be enUrtalneii.aMllliner by the lleulen- ____ Clean tp handle. Sold by Drug- oisU. Grocers and General Storcv EXPENSIVE LUXURY. -Medicine Hal, -May police court today the proprietor of a bar- ber shop pleaded guilty lo having llq. uor on his premises. This being his second offence, ho was fined ?400 and costs. The police round the liquor burled in his garden. ,v __ fir.d'all ttie GRAHAM WAFERS North-Vat Bisorit ti, d near Caxdston, a pair o[ tho price of food. It.lsX of close figuring and; Mr. could nerer have donejlrlf ne for. Ihe masses. aijd.'lesi enllng.. The more .worti eallng. Finally a li'all work and OT Tlio rroblem bvenlit prored relt-. Mwlt fiflr rncli WINNIPEG MAX CURED. T-blett Saved Him From Nervous Breakdown. Inman, -330 Harcourt 5con Creek, IVinnipce. for a well known man In Lhc of-CanaiJa, says: "I' was l: run dqVh and weak. I hRtl rl I Buffered U I forced eat! nerves Mere In a and my sleep very dlalurli thlng ipolnted to a nervous I goL Dr. Cassell's result was could then my 'health rap- idly fioijfpTe5.VH was rea.ly astontsli- enpth. and fitness came OUR GROCERY LIST BtlY CANNED GOODS IN QUANTITIES lela, DgckPer dozen Gre'en Peae. Per dozen.........---- Standard Peai. Per cfaren June Peai Per doie'n............ Choice String Beans Per dozin'............ Hawiliri Sliced Pine- apple, 2 Ib. slits, 6 I'm Tomaloes, Del.Monte t .Per dozen t 1 Pork and Beans. No. 1 Lin for.................-, Sliced Peaehet. VG tins for 2.05 1.45 1.75 2.35 1.80 1.40 70c 1.10 80c 50c 75c 25c tri he'composltlnn of Dr. Cassell'g leU.H knewri only to the Tib Imltatlona can uier be the r., Dr. CiaMll'a Ltd., Manchtfttr, Enj. :Gai ani Steain Fittipg, Plumbing H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 YOU NEED THESE 65c 85c 28c He 35c Vellow or White Corn Meal 10 Ibt. for Pure' BucVwhejt Flour fO'lbi. For........... Beit Comb Honey comb Macaroni or Spaghetti Per package Pancake .Flour Two packages fcr Shredded Wheat Bliculli 2 packages for Old Dutch Cleanier Crown Cleanier 3 tlni 9c 25c Royal Crown Soap 3 packages for Golil Soap 9 ban for Fels Naptha Soap 10 bars for Rice, Fancy Japan Vbs. for Brooms. Regular 75c line On sale SYioe Druthea with dauber............. Scrub BruEriet Each............... Wire Clothes Lino Each Wathboardi Each Pickles In bulk. Heinz Mixed. Per Caffee. Try our aupcr'vor blend of coffee, Freih ground AA or 1 Ibt. for..... l.UU Olive] In bulk. Selected Milk. St. Chlrlt. Evap- c-rsled. Per dozen...... Syrup, Rogers' Golden 10 Ib, tin............... Mince Meal, Welhey's Made. Enlra flrt, Z5 Ib. pills. Per Ib.......... Ginger and Marmalade, per bottle... Fly Marmalade. Rer bottle.............. Olive OH. Genuine French. 30c, and Gherkins, Helm Sweet Per dozen 30c 25c 30c 55c Swstt 20c 30c 1.70 95c Home 20c 35c 40c 90c 18c PHEZ. A new ivimmer drink made from the jutes sf Ls inherry. Phci hai a purwti' and tang but 1> Chicken 35c and................ Salad DrtMlnj Pewder Z Olt ml'Seauh Per Shortbread. Per Ib. fancy navel 35c, 40c ind t-emont, large Per dozen Large Hot Houfte Tomatoes Per Ib Cauliflower Pf r head v Head Lettuce 2 lor California Green Onloni, Nidlitet, Spin- PoUtots, New LAKGEST RETAIL GltOCERS IIV SQUTIIERN ALBERTA 1453 ANIJ1365 v ;