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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta + _ t V - . -1 r- i-'t - T H 4 FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1018 THE LETHBRIDnE DAILY HERALD vf PAGE T |l"t THE GIFT OF TONGUES Economy Begins at Home Now-a-days- Governments, Chancellors, bankers and business men talk economy, However, it is one thing id talk economy and another to put it into practice. The Canadian Housewife ED from the underworld, iho sun Fills all the land with light* HIji filtered beams ar� danritiE-hi^ls Knr winged things' delight. Then change-the akie� fling thunder-bolts' And winds In awful frny;1 And lightning's flame-the \ gift of tongues That first taught men to pray. Oh, youth, oh morning-Jlme of life! LlUe motes we danjet and play, (Jnbepdfnp, In the sunshlno Of life's ehcyt summer day. rhen, after* years bring storm and stress; Care-rlouda obscure the day. And through them dart the lights of faith That teach us how to pray. Standardization of air farm machinery, was the sonvwhat drastic proposal submitted by .1, Lorkie Wilson, superintendent of Ontario Agricultural societies, to tin- convention of Manitoba agricultural .�ociei|ns. Mr. Wilson, speaklm: of urn part played by agricultural .-of icjjp: TWO CARLOADS OF EXTRA  T- if i JJ -QOD : f I -m Ranging from 4 to 6 years old, weights from 1200 to 1450 pounds. I.j "V r-. . E Ci PECK, Owner Shrimp In Gelatine. A pretty salad* for fen occasion where pink Is the predominant color, is made of shrimps stiffened in pink gelatine. Before the gelatine is firm, add the shrimps., � Serve when cold on lettuce with mayonnaise. The gelatine with no fruit'flavor Is best Pepper. Shall, we let.the children -eat pepper?1 The congensus of ^opinion by physicians and authorities on diet answers no. They say that pepper retards digestion; due to the unwonted stimulant acting on the � sensitive glands of the stomach. L I'M. I 4 * / Angel-Child' Cookies, 'wo eggB, one cup sugar and a* half cup butter. Beat well./-Add"�a spoon vanilla flavoring, two 'spoons baking powder and flour tosmake a soft batter. � Cut thin, and bake quick* .T rJ ,1 I 1^ ^:>Ji - � r - t * 4 �4- c - - p �l l V'v. rr r f* l : ^ A if: i - -�.Hi -1 ' i � - - - *; �I I* ' -. -r fj ^ \ - � A' I" H - rV � *1 -X "T- Blh - ;