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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FntnAY, MAnCTT 1. 1918 TiiE t.r.TnnninnE dati-y hehald PAGE ^""'�1A CANADA THE GIFT OF TONGUES. Economy Begins at Home Now-a-days Governments, Chancellors, bankers and business men talk economy, 'However, it is one thing to talk economy and another to put it into practice. � The Canadian Housewife holds the.keyto the situation. Real economy maylhc practised by the housewife iT food purchasinc for the home. Ac very small cost she. . may obtain the finest cocoa that money can buy -a cocoa unexcelled as a food drink and unrivalled as a flavoring;, tliat adds extra deliaht to hundreds of dainty desserts. Write for CQWAN'S Recipe Book on Desserts-- mailed free. �"Perfection^ Brand' undorworH, Tlth SI FARM mmm V,T> from the xhn Biin KlllH all the land Uln llUercd boaitia art danrliiE-hftJls For wlngetl thlngi' light Then i:lianBn-tho nl(lc� IlInK lliunULT-holtii' And winds In awful frny;' And llKhlnlnK'B tlnmB-th9 gift (If tonRunii That, rirsi tiiUKht men to liray. Oh, ynnlh, oh morning-Jimc of life! LlUi} iTiotcs u'e dar^k nnd ]>\n.y, UnhfrtMnr, In the Hunshlnr; Of llff^'K Rhcyl Kiininirr day. rhen. afto^ yeui-.M hrinff .storm nnd Btrea.i; Car�*-(*IoiitlH obsnire tho dfl.v. And throiiRh them dart the lights of faith That teat'h iia how to pray. Stantlnrdlzatlon of nil' farm mncli-Itiory, was tlio soni'wliat draslln proposal submitted by .1. t>onst winter my hands were very badly chnppfd. 1 used a lot of different Bo-enlled remedies, but my hands only seeraed tn gt-t worse. Finally I tried the great iierbal healer-Znm-Ruk-wlilch conipl-?Le-ly healed them." Mrs. M. A. Batc.ion, of Souris, Man., writes:-"I havo used ?,am-^nuk for chapped hands and k-.ow cf nothing to equal its wpndertul oothlng. and healing po%vers " Zam-Buk is also ffneqnijlcd for chilblains, frost bites, cotd crackn,, nnd 0014 tores; as well as eczema, Bcalp sores, old wounds, ulcers, hlood-pols'onin^, pllcsA burns and eoalds,. cuts and .all skin. Injuries. COc. a box,' All. drues^lsts and stores, or Zam-Bufc Co.', Toronto. lie said not one country in Jho world had done ns well on the temperance question as had the province of Queboci With proper education, Ihc people had voted time and again tor total prohibition, without even ono vote in favor ot the retention of- the liquor. , "Quebec Is to go dry on May 1, 101!), but there'are 10,000,000 gallons of spirits in Ontario today ripening. Wliat'are you going to do with it?" MTv liobeuts said It would be more thnn a temperance Issue. It would bo a politlonl Issue it Ontario shipped that liquor Into the province of Que-4-b(rr tn tempt the French people after May 1, 1919. IMPORTANT GATHERINGS Rcgina, Sask., Mar. 1.-The annual Joint meeting, ot the committee of conuuerce and agriculture will be hold here March 13 and 14 which will bring together the Canadian CounrOCK YARDS, BARONS;ALBEjiTA AT ONE O'CLOCK � 'V. �� T^O CARLOADS OF EXTRA GC^M) 1 Ranging from 4 to 6 years old, weights from 1200 to 1450 pounds. Terqis E. Ci PECK, Owner We hear this, sIr and I When mother waves ffood-bye. "Walt! yoxi forgot ybui ppe[Itng-hook. And. son, thei^ is tht note I5.xruslnpr sister's ahsenca , La.st Friday, with sore throat." tjach I'.ay sli* waves Rood-bye, And we waVe, sis and 1. 'd^od-hye: be ntre, �n'^et children, And do you understand -' That yiiu must come straight home from 'arliool? Kate, take ycfur brother's hand." �Jnre. I saw mother ery; And when t asked her why? "1 shall not have my hables lonfr," Slia 3ald, "Good-liye! ^ood-bye!" A Bay-Leaf. So many recipes contain this: "Add ' Angel-Chlld Cookies, eggs, one cup sugar and a liaU Clip butter, Beat well./ Add-a )iaU spoon vanilla flavoring, two spoons baking powder and flour to'*raake a soft batter. Cut thin, and baUe tjiiick-lyl .. . MPORTANT \ LEHER! course you have said this to yourself as you h(W2ptcfted a certain letter out of your morning's mail. It is Natural-appearances make ike first impression on all of us, and ifs wise to remember it' when ordering Stationery. YOUR DECISION "Original treatment seems to be the outstanding: feaftire of the group of specimens from the Letlibridgc Herald. Tbe samples seem to stand out prominently; on account of tiie uniqueness, and pleasing typography. Among ptber gpecl-/luens is a booidct that is handled admirably. The cover sbonrs a pleasing design.*' , -Printer and Publisher, Toronto. I ^IIIS Office is competent to give you the highest grade of work. We . have built our business en the foundation of good work-doing it ^ well and doing it promptly. We can handle every kin^ of Printing-^ book, catalogue, office systems, stationery, etc,, and equipped to do the ^ highest grade of work. In an Open Competition with the Printers of Canada the Herald Job Departmejnt entry was awarded the Sixth place. A CUSTOMER SAYS~"CouId get work sooner at this end, but you turning out better /Work than we can get gnywhere. Last job was O.K. to ^he letter.;-* MAKERS OF RUBBER STAMPS . . .f. "'; � < ;