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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 2. IftlR THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE AFTER THE WAR, SAYS DR. BLAND Mayor ilnrrllo presided over this OlOrilllg SOHBioil Of the HDCllll Welfare congress at. Wesley I hill Inst night. Tho devotional exercise conducted by Rev. VV. l'\ Burns was followi'fl by an address from tho subject, "Tim Work of (lu! Alberta Social Service Leaguo.'' by Itov. A. W. Coons, (.lit- loague'3 general aecrotary. The speaker's rc-marlco "woro of necessity general lu character, Ho outlined the groat work of thp. league from its retrospect, especially with regard to prohibition which together with lis unique cosinopolil m-ism, now commands I In  sympathy and nupport. of the masses ni Hie citizen-: of Alhnrln. Hi> per cent. Efficient." It is free. They will also be pleased to show and explain,(he ".J. B. L, Cascade" lo yon. - Advertisement, Matthew Swedish, Former States' Citizen Dead-Raymond Child Succumbs The death occurred in the city on, March 1st of Matthew Swedish, a Diamond City miner, and a brother of Simon Swedish, a storekeeper of Staf-fordville. The funeral will take place from, tho StaffordvHle residence" on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock to Si. Patrick's church and thence to St. Patrick's cemetery. The 'arrangements are in charge of Fetterly's Parlors. William George Pennington died in the city on Friday. The remains are being held at, Fetterly's pending receipt of instructions from the deceased's brother in Minnesota. Wanda, the little five-year-old daughter of Air. and Mrs. Chas. II. Walton, of Raymond, succumbed to illness In the city on Friday. The remains are being forwarded from Fetterly's parlors to Raymond for burial. i Juice of Lemons! How to Make Skin White and Beautiful | 'ill Calgary vonighl at ie funeral arrant1."-perfect oil when we side. Corp. Raymond lireusior, Jolt a short, time ago with Ins regiment and W now in England II" was a dentist, and might have joined a dental corps, but preferred to -o m the rank and file with the other hoy*. He Is 22 vears old. "We. shall lenv six o'clock, and menls will be reach Victoria Mr. Baer, Premier Brew Totary, who came In during view, and speaking of Hie illness, said that about three months ago Ih'? premier had a null 'peralioti on his nose, a small bun<- having been taken out. lie had sufl"red at times with neuralgia and wa* perhaps in somewhat of a n: rvous condition, and leading a very strenuous life. Otherwise he. was In a robust s(Ktc, atel such an illness quite unexpected. The premier hud Jjusi tinned is years old. tel- s seethe lnler-premler's DIDN'T HEAR DEFENCE AND DISMISSED CASI|' In Supreme Conn this morning t ease of Rex vs Kord Boyd, charged j with killing a calf, the property of^ ( I". Allred of Raymond, and stealing the carcass, was opened. It appears that. Boyd was working on the farm of .Mart AlcMahon npar Wilson Siding in December and that he killed a calf. Suspician was created that the calf did not. rightfully belong to the farm herd. The evidence against the accused, how ever was not at all definite and vithoiu asking for any defmnie witnesses to be called His Ixirdship dismissed the cae. R. C. POTATOES SHIPPED EAST TO PRAIRIE PR01 The Hague, Mar, 1.- (Delayed! -Several small German naval vessels ran into mines today six miles off the Island of Vlieland, in North Holland. In the course of attempts of Germans to save the crews of one boat, it got Into the surf and capsized. Five men from this boat were landed on the Island. According to the Handelsblad, heavy gunfire was heard In this locality last night. Vancouver, Mar. 2.-Twenty-seven cars of British Columbia lower mainland potatoes were shipped to the prairies and Ontario in February, according to the market commissioner, more than half of them going to Saskatchewan. Prices paid at pits are reported to be from $19 to $21 per ton, the spreaci being accounted for by the difference in frvight rates from various shipping points. WIN FOR ORGANIZE!) VROK ON OOVERN-| ME NT TELEGRAPHS Winn ii"1/.1.. .Mar. 2. In a dispatch , the Ottawa correspondent of a local I paper sity- ; j "It is suited heiv thai organized laher lias won a nnia'nle victory anil ; tli:ti the LMivi-rnnient telegraph system, i covering 12.0'ui miles, is to be tiniou-i fzed In fiiiure all employees of the ,'system v.ill bee,mie members of the ! I'omineivinl Telegraphers I'uion and �a ill urn in- subject to government cr . polii iejil ini ert'ereiiee. TO CONDEMN SOLDIERS Famous Wash Toronto, March 2.-Captain George T. Bailey. A.M.C.. whoso utterances at the recent prohibition convention brought about his arrest was released from jail on $2.(HHi hall secured Ihrough the efforts of bis counsel from a citizen who would not allow his name to be published. Tie gave a short interview to reporters, and said he had n note which he was sending to the convention to bo read and he would have I hem make clour before the public his stand. The note was sent to President Joseph Gibson. The substance wan that he had no intention of condemning Ihe men in Ihe tren- C.llOK At the cos! of a small jar of ordinary cold cream one can prepare a full quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon skin softener and complexion beaut if ier, by squeezing the juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white. Care should be taken to strain the juice through a fine cloth lemon pulp gets in, then this iotion .will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lemon juice is used lo bleach and remove such blemishes as freckles sal-Iowness and tun, and is the ideal skin softener, smuothener and beautifier. Juki try it! Get three ounces of orchard white at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and .massage it daily into the face, neck, anna and hands. It should naturally help to whiten, soften, freshen and bring out. the roses and beauty of any skin. It Is truly marvelous to sinoothen rough, red hands. Advertisement. Heals Skin p. D. n, the greatest, of skin remedies will remove those skin afflic Hons thai have made your life a burden. That intolerable itching, burning and discomfort will disappear under tho magic of this remedy. It has cured many cases pronounced incurable and will reach your case. We guarantee the first bottle to bring you reliuf.-.1. I). Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists, Lethbridge -Advertisement. D. D. D. Eat Your Crusts and Make the Kaiser Crusty" is nutritious, delicious and healthy, and the crusts are as good as the center. By order No. 16 of the Food Controller of Canada, We are directed that on and after March 1st, 1918, we shall, according to paragraph- Four-Not make any bread or rolls except with the standard flour as prescribed by the Food Controller. Five-Make all our bread weigh 20 ounces a:-,d not more than 21 ounces. We can make, toaster loaves to weigh 2V-; lbs. and count as two loaves. The above weights shall be net weight 12 hours after baking. * Seven-The above weights shall only apply to 25 loaves weighed together. The weight of one or two loaves must not be taken separately. Ten-We can only manufacture a single loaf or a. multiple, thereof closely hatched together and baked in a pan with no cutting or wasting. (This means that we will not be able to make French or Vlennla bread after March 1st.) Eleven-Until further diree bread or the placing of i prohibited. Twelve-labelling of bread is the manufacturer of such 1: imI wrapping of hand thereon is perniissalile by read. Eighteen-Wo can not accept any returned bread or exchange any bread for any person for any reason whatever. We are required to take out a license and place our license number on every invoice, statement and price list. If we break any of ihe above rules we will have uur license cancelled. The price of bread on and after March 1st, 1918, will be as follows: Wholesale price Ql^ Retail price 1 per loaf - - r c2<- per loaf - - * v/C or Ten Tickets for One Dollar You' Have Been Getting 12 pounds of Bread for One Dollar, alter Mar. 1st you will get 12\ pounds for your Dollar Eat Less Bread But See That What You Do Eat Is the BEST YOU CAN BUY eat Quaker Bread Madeby JOHN GIL.MORE, LIMITED Phone 378 1606 to 1612 Second Avenue A. North, Lethbridge ;