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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI meal In boiling water for JJf. lean injnutitii. Add milk. Add flour. btklMi powder, nujar and null mlicil and iiifUd, well and AM or eiM well, beaten. Add butter mulled. Add or hoalon (111 uliff ind dry. (look on wcH-Krcuged A'Hftlc Iron. PERSONALS Mr. Kd. Murphy, formerly of Leth- bridge, passed through the city yes- terday his way from Spokane to I'JraiMi Forks, vhere his brother U neriomly ill. Nurving Biftler 'F. M.B.E., R.H.C., on Monday for France, to retime nunteg. Mr. mid Mrs. C. Graham, of- >th Si. ri., left yHgierday afternoon for California, whoro they will upend v.ext two months visiting Mrs. Gra- ham's parents. -Mrs. George B. MacKay U spending a fern- days in Calvary. 5jr. and Uarley ajii! little daughter li-iive for Calgary, where Mr. Darley is being transferred ;to the main office of the Bank of Com- merce. -Mayor and Mrs. W. L. llardie are spending days in F.dmonton ind will return lo the city on Thurs- day. .Mr. and Mrs, It. Rogers have reliirn- M to Uie city after a shorl visit iu afternoon for their home in Spring- i Held. Illinois, after a visit of five [mouths with various friends In Leth- I bridge and district. Children's Habits Mrs. T. O. Turner, 120! 5th Ate. S., will be at home 'Wednesday, March Hlh from four to sin o'clock, and the second Wednesday of each mouth. M Mr. I. H. Bailey of Seattle, spent yesterday in the city, the guest of Mr. and K. It. .f. Porster. Mr. Dalley is a coal ami oil expert and has gone to examine properties near Carrtstou for American