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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE HIE LK'nillKlDr.l-; PAU.V nr.H.M.l) s.vrrunAY. M.MICH s. Had Collected 1, Books up till Noon Today; Library Is Now a Reality M.o'vO took s broueM in by much use and 10 readers. roou ihtf V. M. A. Boys' Coum-ll; Mayor a Large uisvle a capital sMart 'Hie j Mayw Uanlu- pre-enied t-ata led by Gordon Morrison iu a rar Si" UKiuJing ihc Lue Driven by Mr. Baalim came iu wilt 'MA j-cvie1 of iho Kls'o ISO booa-i before completing bait i'f UooVs. i 5ih Aveime at whUb ibsy Marled. By i Tlia great eu- (.leven oVlock ihere wt.ro- in the ro- over iheir i-tlt'-ituriOieJ t'cula ovt'r volumes. Tuera arc i auJ tlio ou ihe part 'he ton ears out icnimed by the boys. 'public us shown by the res-all up to The books ccjlwted 50 far are ol mid-day IB exceedingly ctcourastns quality ami very good con- j and traiUyine. riition. Tlie balk of them are informa-1 Iu ran-J oi the number ol tivv. and recreative. Thoy k ?o far come in there ?tioulii be sorjo- luntain Life of Dr. Jolm-. thing in th rtaye oi of very fju." .1 of "The Nations of ih-s atceiital'lx- volumes 10 gel library "Short Stories from the going, em-ycloiaedias, volumes ol "Meiital EtncleiK-y" and so OB. all ot' PREMIER SORDEN URGED' SYSTEMATIC METHODS AT PEACE CONFERENCEi OTTAWA, M.ucb M. Draper, secretary of the Trades ;uiJ Labor (V.igiess o( t'.uuul.t, wlw left Canada wjr.u Sir Hubert Bo: ile a last November to alicud peace coutorencv. !us rived borne F-irif, be tho pf labor world are occupying a vory iw- rrorlant ylace in i ho j-TOgratu ol the peuco couterenciv "Tlic-te ans been great tl-jlay iu tho vuv ct-cdings ol the couforcui-e." Miv Draper ot which lus bt'en unavoidable. end busincsdirte uitihods, vUicli Sir Robert Burden voiuluuuUy ml- vacated, wouM have vroJuced more satisfactory results and ID Unit. felf-coustiuued council of D it-? lime of ihe peate conference from the very first; mid al wore oblig- ed to apportion ihoir work 10 roffiDintees, sosicihiiig winch iliry should huvo Jouc at ilu- I'osin- uiag." MS LOCAL IHE Of A EOIPOLIM u- frevins ourselves P( ivolitical pre- jiiJitt'B. ourfolves fur Indc- [Muleul aoiLon. No'.v wa be- wo Ijavo first __ pbu lor free txpivs- j of tbc I'ti'jiile in a political way. i lU? of triug you no paity no ato losing no tu cut anj Oried policy. AVe it lo l the V'coyssanda of I'nl'eJ farmers, as ineaibers ol the I'. action by the cvW- j "u, to butl'A up a political j-Uucturo on Friii ay vhon n ironi Iho jj round. gatlieriug ot farmer- and their after talking over Iho matter in IUL-; m the M. A- amU-1 lne ideals, ly ceut. oi The tocaU, u to htar rresidciu of the u convention in any federal A- xpou lid i ho j Taking Advantage lo Kouitil Out Tom 1'roKvani 1 wivt Wash That Itch Away is Mbffliuiely no sufferer froi'n c-ver ihc Mmi-le wash ot a fitie of or in did net inviriil-ueiy fault three months in jail wns passed ihat C-IKK cool senrtuoa.oa KreJ Eigawl ot Milk River found t'.iai conies whVn itch !s taken fiuilty by a jury for Imving attempted nway. TiiH soothbg wash v-oneiralss carna! fcnuvriedse with a girl iite gives rrKef ihe fourteen years of age. zucs: further jiUceJ uuiler bis own JJ. Cu., V-l! l fid-' l tor wuiteil .mivo of the V. K. A, to force- the c- any action they iliil i.1 voluninrily. 7Ue iLiri uuiicd ,-oiuutueiiL'y lor politu'al action, the central olllcfc will aj5ir.i in crtlUnK such convention. 'Wl'.vn tlie .ilriegaios meet for cou- Lie fprpjin1. -N'u Dllicbl from the Central !1- OiIU-c will have tho risbt to uucnd ex- nit by your invitation. these spent LV day or two In istusslou, ami liyve tlccidcd on y man a then tlirse men will .ttk 10 ttieir hundred or more Ice; ihcfr two thousand or nioro members, tt-U uhat luis in tlK thai ihi I nil iroe 10 ILU :iU over tliirsi to Accused Economy The. difference in cost between an ordinary bak- ing powder and the purs, strong, doable-acting E6G-0 is It.amounts to-only a fraction ofra cent on each cake you bake. Against this you risk your high- .priced flour, butter, sugar, eggs and milk, and your reputation as a cook.N Spoiled bakings not oniy cost you money, but they watte food. With the heas'y Government Standard Sours in ust> to-day, the selection of a strong baking powder is absolutely necessary- The double-acting strength of is.needed to make a baking of a light cake from a heavy flour. Try a can and watch your baking: improve. You can use sweet milk, sour milk; buttermilk or water with Egg-0 different and better baking powder. t Egg-O Baking Powder Limited Hamilton, Canada You Don't Have to Buy that NEW SUIT if you send those worn suits of yours to the Lethbridgc Laundry Co.'s Dry Clean- ing'Planl. It is the only one of its kind in this part of the country. It is the only kind lhat COMPLETELY ELIMINATES THE SMELL OF GASOLINE. You missdhe opportunity to Have your worn suits made to LOOK LIKE NEW. Goods called for and delivered. PROMPT SERVICE, GIVE US A TRIAL Uthbridge Laundry Co., Limited 451 C. S, Farrow, Manager izance? In s bond o! IIPOO to keep on future be-hartor ior two -The flvil sitting of The Surremc 'ouTt to hear ihe eases held over from Hie last will .'tart oa Tues- tUc-y may-see tit. the thiiro is a fur infornintion as to thr Uul the tu-w venture Emu ilu- .-lorriiy :im( then all pc-t belimil the ran-