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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUnnAY, MARCH f�. 1918 'im EBfHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 GOOD THREi Parched cbnu during the Uiiited States CiVilWiar. dry and unpalatable 89 it wais, furnished many a wholesome ineai and sustained the. endtiraince aiid courage of many a brave soIdJeY. Corn contains all the elements for tissue building and energy making. Put up as KelIogg's,Toasted Corn Flakes, it is a delicious, appetizing, three-times-a-day food-not merely a breakfast food. i ,^ Sold onW in the original red, whttM and green packagt. TOASTED CORN FLAKES UCOMED BY THE FOOD CONTROtLIII UNDEII NUMBER 2-�55 ONLY MADE IN CANADA BY The Bi'tle Cre�k Toaild Cora FUm Ct. Head Offioe and Farttnr: Lon^M tMf� ItN * 16 Women's; Institu^ KdmoiKon, Mai-cli T.-Witii abou'i; four hundred women .reglBtored.and as many more in altohd^ncp at the b^salons, the toiirtli ahntiiit cdnfAr-ehce of 'the Womon'a, tnstllut^B dl At-boi'tB opened under tho moat liitSplfi-louB olrcuniBtaupba of Urt history. The iiftoriioou KeHfllbn was tttltcn U|5 prln-,clpally with (ho (treetingH of tlio Vtir-iouR offloJals of govorniiiortt arid city and of tho dlffeicnt uBBOclated Avom-nn'8 orgHiilxatloiis. At Dio 'livenlnjf h^HSion polnttiil siieijchcfl of:, tho noedB ot the hour wore delivo'iod by. Misn Iloborta MacAduins, M.blA.i (�nd Dr. Hclou McMurchy. " . ' The mcctink was projilded .flvpr-by MIbh IsabHl Noblo, ot. Duyslanil, proft' fdoiil of tho iiiHtitutOR, who. proved a' inoat cnpnblo cliairman'.' MissAlary Jtu.tsaac, Hiiporlnlondeiit, and Mrs; A. II, liggersj of HVrt.SaRlcal.uhowflii,-���c-relary, vvere al�n on lh(! ))lutfdnM. "Tho .griiiii olqvator iRtUi! oentre of tho; enrlh," said Dr. WcM irchy, iind ahd: told of tho situBtloii, or Canada tboVhIfih all 'tho. ii'lUIdiift 'pi! t^e oartit wdrd lookiug for'fdoci' dhd relief tvoiu- tiio wflsont. prfisalng condl-"--' "�� ^e^.of.t|)e:dlf- HAS BEEN SOLD ' The Taylor mine, pb the'west side .t the riyer, which was opened up �.bo�t a year-ago by.JHtlgh Taylor and. >thers, nnd xteJi'h.^liSs .!>epu pperRtlns V�ver since with, a .prpduolijjn of fibout ; ipp; tpna, a. d�iyc ha'? beltij ^jm^^isep ; by'- Wm-^H^on^erabii,' Whnerljr 'of/TA-her, and. more "recently op�Ydting *" mine at Druraheller. Mr. Henderson . is expected in tho..city shortly to take control oC'the mine.; Tho new ownijr, who tbrinerly was �aaoclated with B. K. Bulfock at the. Rook Springs mines, Blcan, will, it Is .understflod, ;oon8lderably.. Improve the Taylor mine with a view to in-creasinis tbe-oulput, and he also will make an effort to secure a spur oil the CP. R, for the property, bringing it into the mine on the south aide ot the river. ' > The j>urcha�e price for the mine If) underateod to have been $70,000. ' SPADE AND HOE TO BEFRIEND THB niFLB AND THE BAYONET (^rom a statement by theBritlth Mlrj^iy of Fpod) War is niakinj|l'^iire the world's eupbeania; tfif snnarlea are be-Infl emptied. thkf^e^Ht thinned, the herds butchareil,:tl^a?f�ilnes scraped. War la ' makljjf;'Veyerythlnfl dear exeeptjhMmanJllfej tho de-atruotlvf n>i|nater � is consuming . more than (t la producing. Want followa hard In the wake of the oharlot Wheela. of'-Mara, and the whole worjd ie threatened yvUh ^'�Mi^ijarfViip if>*^apt-1�f .�yh"|ch will '� beoowie .greater with the prolong-: a(lon of hostilities. Victory wiU go to the oombatanta who are lest fed and nourished. The food quea-tion la now paramount. Fgod production le as aaaential- to victory as food saving.'.' . The spade and the hoe must, befriend the . rifle and the bayonet. HUN8 GET PETROLEUM tl6ns,,MlKB''McA4ains,s|>bkO;.( tereiit-phases .off tlio ijeU Crpss .work, and how It laflSstHbutert Ui tho old country.';:;.- ' ^,.'  , .J.. 'M;,;tlvi3 Vnfterhoon,; rfon. , Diincau MarBh'aU . waa ono ef the p.rlnclps.( Bpoakera; congratulating the woiniiBn pf the prBaniifatlon oii,, tho aucoesB and progress they had niade of this move nient. . ' ' . . . " '� i VVork of. Inatltute* ,, ^ iThat there is no oUier woineli'ft orr ganhatlon in the province which can boast tho rapid increaae of "membor-Bhlp and now branches during the pajt yeai* and that the Alberta Women's In-atltutos haa shown la the statement ot Superintendent MIbh Mary Mclsaac in h'&r annual report presented to the convention on Thursday morning. Supt. Mclsaac points out that the organization has iucreased- in momber-!?lil|�from .1,700 to S.OOO and has grown from 135 to 212 branches. Not only have 77 now. institutes boon formed but there has also been a tremendoi^a Increase in the meinberahip of the old ones. One institute IncreaBlng its raembershii) of 30 to 130 in two months. The scope of the Women's Instl tute lias been wide and varied, the Bupevinteudont. v>ointed out. Of course, like many other organizeri bodies, as, soon as tho great war broke out it immediately swung into patriotic \worK. To show lt� energies along this line, during^ the yaot year, $30,116.87 have boon rained for war purpoaeE, 33,243 articlGR havo been donated to tho Red Cross and C.W.C.A., �27 ChristmuB boxes have been sent to our Holdlera overseas and many prisoners have been adopted by various inBlllutos. ' ,.. fkiring ^tho year, 35 short courge schools in home nursing, first aid. and coplfing havo been, given. Ten of these wore given, in ponJwnetion with thfi argrlcultural short course schoql. fifty demonstration lectfires in'the hy'r which has ^ been received here says It learna that Ger many has secured the privilege of utilizing; the Rumanian petroleum In-.dustry; ' : Guard With Rubbers TH^RB^S j'oiie side to thev , > ecolnpmy -of RiiJobcrs^ithat some people may overlook. Rubbers save doctors' i>ill8, just.vaa they save boots.. - _ With^ streets coated with slustiv; ior a river of rain, Rubbcrs%ar�; certain protection against getting wet feet, and your being lfi{l up: with a severe case;of 1 grippe or worse. V If you want to come through the spring thavjni^ without'even a cold, get rubbarl for each/paif of shoes; and if yoii are buying new shoes, be sure to have them fitted with the righ^'Rubbers. ^. There's a style �n4^�hsp� for/every 1 ' Shoe-for men,j woAten i>d d^Uoren-r-' in' these �i](.br�nds of' staunehVVelU fitting Rubbers, SoJfl', bi^. the Inking. ifehoeitien^ ; f3f|idiited Rubber ';the ertdiihat ilic work may 'be sti'eh'ifth'enM arirf sysiomullzed'with a yibW to.reqdiiqniy ill executing, urgent vyork'.of'natjohal importance, such-'as the pro'posejij ao Exterior, ,b(i't" *whlch inside hrvs not only an dmoer'a dab but a men'h oaniMu. It doss not have sleeping lcooliiai�dlU�ntr-tbRt is n new de-Vdloilttlit. itHIHrCIUh wh4ch Is taken o�r#r br i^s'peollVe divisions, a� ihey dome iSto tl$6 line, l.-i open for offl-c^r^ tr^ta lO.tO a.m. to 10 p.m. I,uuch add Ui,>lif� i�#r�ad every day and re-frashnieuts can he secured from no..n nntll 9,Z9 p.M There Is a lorgn lounte i'dom with a splendid fire place, easy chpirsi,small tables,-aUs6z.'no.^. lllustrpM .Wasklle;. dallies The dioms rtim deters to botween SO and Ho offtesra a day and excellent lunch. Sbna are iSrvad at four frnnus a head. In "the msn'a cantnen there 1b whst approaolieii a genernt xloro. Tb� iirin-! lilplo artloles for sale are eandlfs.! matches, biscuits, clgaroltes. loliiTcn. i stationary, chocolate, finnod mlllc mid' chewing gum. The coHt la t.iw. 'I'hfi | ttflck Is good. Men can serure H/o little extras that help ea much tn inalioi life llveabJs. The popnlarlt.v of Ul.^' Instltulloii and its iisefiilnonH .iro; proved by the fact that its Ktaff of' five men Is kept busy steadily from; nine In the morning until eight at' (tight. It caters to some IIOOO mHo.; And the receipts of tho whole club; and canteen run anywhern from iinoo; to 3000 francs a day. The proceoiU KO to the Divisions) fund and arc iisprl' In a variety ot ways for the henofit i of the men. ? - -> � THE. CANADIAN officers'  > ,� cuub � �  , War Cph-esppndents' Headquarters, X''ab. 6.-tionnge ruum, dining roopi, bedrooms, barber aho|), both houfe, white table cloths, linen sheets, elec trio light?, brass cHiidelabra,, ruga, bed mats, waah basins, wash stands, books, papers, periodlcalB, clgaiH, cigarettes, refreshmeiits. Such are the cunfused im,presBions of'a first visit to the Canadian Officers Club, formally opened (this afternoon by the Canadian Commander. Thfe ago of miracle? has not passed. Take the Chaplain SorVlcn and IlieY. M.C. A. mix them with "Q" and the "Kngin oora" and aiVythinp in possible, even such a club as ihi.s within the very battle area. , 'Jihe loiinpe iiiKl flining room occupy one hulldiug w)th iulditional apace for a cloak room,) pf^icu, kitchen, scullery and pantry. : l.ustp,Td of. tramping through mud,, you reach the building by board walks. Outside it Is. tarred with sprightly gnien paint on whidow frames and porch. ,As you enter, the cloak room is 1 on" the left, office on the. right. Folding doors open � the iVayMnto the lounge room. Imagine a Bpabious interior with a large.' modern, brlek fire-place and biasing logs, & piano and many tables from- central johg ones for bbolis and '.periodicals Chloago  bankers refuse to raise in-taresl on balances fronl 2 to 3 per cent.,. �hd express annoyance that Now,York banks have taken sucli a courts. niY"CmRETS"FOB iER AND BOWELS Tenlghtl, Olsan Your Bowelc and Stop HsadsshSi Colds, Sour Stomaoh. Oet a I0i!�nt box'iiow. Turn the rascals out-the headache, blilousneas, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and bad colds-turn them out tonight and keep them out with Caa-ofiretfi.* Milllous of men and woiiien take a Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels, or au upset stomach: Dop't put In another day of distress. Let Casparets cleanse your stomach; remove the sour, formontipg food; take the ejcceaa bile from your liver and carry out all the Qonbtlpated waste matter and poison 'In the bowels. Thep you will feel great. ' A Cascaret tonight straightens you put by morning. They' work while you sleep. A lO-cent box frpm any .drug jjtore means a clear head, aweet stomach and clean, htfalthy liVer and bowel action for months. Children love Caa-caretp becttu^e they never 'grlpo or aioken-^Adyertlsemont. ttira schooir stafF %'en thouS tea-tables running along the ^L?'^!^^^ Ceng's ^^t^XtK^-^r^i'^^ prepared by Miss IVlcDerraand were also distributed during the year. Duir-, Ing the tour of the demoDstratibn'i train, 43 institutes .were organixed, fourteen of them in the north. Ope. very practical feature about this train was the Women's Institute; nursery car. This car was in charge of competent nurses, with 'Whom the mothers could leave their Qhlldrein' while .they .attended the leoturea", and visited the''varlou.s exhibits throughout the train; 2,341 babies Were taken care of during thfs'tTlp.-Because of, the crying need of >facilities for taking care of the sick In the -rural districts a great many institutes have token this up us their gpeciaV work.' � What InstKutea Have Dona - > One institute secured the co-operation.of the b^isines's men'in the district, and have erected a building whore the,v bIbo provided 'lieadquar^' tors for a district nurse. "�: ', Another institute baa worked for tho Rcheme of having a municipal hoHpltal In the district and the plans are just about completed and- still others aro taking up ipdtless White cloth.' There are coV' ers for four. Brass candelabra with red). Japanese shades give 'a joyous ibiKh of color. The chairs are fancy, .wooden ones with cane bottoms, save for a few at the reading tables which are 'of the accepted lounge type.'There la;'linoleum on the floor and there are' numerous rugs. The windows are covered with red blinds. On the man-tlepiece over the fire-plane are bronze ^tatues of boxers. A civilized clock ticks out signal tinie. Then there Is ihe piano and the bookcase and overhead electric light chandeller-i of brass vi'lth triple globes and cut glass iliades-' � r. Prom the lounge roopi, you enter 'the. dining room through double, swing-ihg/doqrs. It is hung 'with pictures. The fl!,ors. again, are. covered with 'riigs and linoleum.. In the centresl there is a stove'w'lth the same heat capacity as llio famous "Klondike" or .''.'Quebec" but- .more; presentable. Crhore are two Klondike stovds in the lounge room, in addition to the fire prs^oa.) To lliwleft as you enter there the inHttol''"of''* * refvophinont bar of ths moat ap-'proved ])ottnrn and fittings. At tho ifar' end, tlioro is av sld6-board. And ^'pbii the third ohelf thereof .appeareth to, the inllltarv eye such lay things as Wtual "crumb" trays, rhero are, six ;^'aljl9B with (our covers (ipieca-on ec-^^aVion, the room could' accommodate .tilJrty eseily. ,7,;A'board walls takes you tp rt* bed-TQt^mti: There are lonrtseh cubieJes al .tpfether, each one vouffhly U fwt by *' feet. Pvery room hf? a farfe win. 4ow, There are pictures pr tho walls. Thei'e sre coat hahfbra ai)*' pilrrora ancl 'towel rackp-^two towels to rack- JJach^roow h�s a w�sh�t�n* ., , , ^, . , . . wi^b basin and Ju(t, soap aiBlj �n4 can^ linmadiata?-Ysal Oortaln? thftt's' die. And the b?d8 are slprJHpa-ie the Joy of It. Your hair becomes Hsht.-^r.hava lald-wttlj aheete sna aUo Pil-wary, nuffy, abundant and appsar^ as'low slips. There is a rtove st each soft, lustrpuB and beautiful as a young s^id of the bulldlnf which )s JlfJite* girl's after ja Danderlna hair elsanse, with electricity The cprrWor is Just try this-moisten a cloth with a GIRLSI CLOTH THROUGHHAR, DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY (Try ThIsI Hair .Kjets Thick, Olossy, Wavy ;�nd Beautiful at Ones.' little Dandsrlne and osrofully draw K Uirough your hair taking one aiaall strand at a time. This will oloansa ths hair ot dust, dirt or exoessiva oil, end in Just a few moments you have doub-i led the beauty of your hair A doUght-fui surprise awaits those whosa hair has bqen^negleQto4 or is sdraggy.'tad.? sd, dry, brittle or thin. Pssldss beauti. tying the hair Papdorlua dlssolvos m sry paniols of dandruU; cleanses pdn IflsH and Invlgoratea the soalp, (or* ev�r atbpping Itohlng and falllni; hair,' but what will please ypu most will bo after a few� WfeK's uae^h�u you ijce new halr--rine autJ; 4pwoy '�t flr��'-^ yaa-�ut really new b�lr �roV}UE-Oir over the aoaip. If. you ea re for ji;retly, Sflft hull', laiid lpts,of'lt^�ulntly, ijet a ..I  � .' \ :��{.(.....-Li/.-'-'i': small bottle ot KndwHon'a Oanderilil9' 'from any drug store or toilet cpuntefc and Just try it.-AdyeVlUement. ' ii- UNITED TAXI SERVICt)^^; PHONE 387. floored with linoleuift,^the worn? the Aame with au additional bed. mat be. jBlde each bed. �> The Canadian .ICommauderii, in for mally opening the .club, emphastied tho deairo of It" founders that it atiQuld be used by all >-lHU|l;tg ptncevB. It provided a place where menjaight get some Huggeatioh ot olviliMtion, where they could have their tea, or tlielr dinners, and stay all nigbt.>a(ter vlslttns one or other ot the theatrical per* (prmances. The .OlUb: iH to be the jbpqae pt the officer called to bead-q'uartara on a Court Martial or'other duty, down from ths Hue ;.J!or au evening'*''change, or ou,lUs>^way or from leave. ~ ;':'Qfanted good maoavemaut, (and tKe; u)i�|)r�in service la in charge) the tuooess 'of the lu�t(tutluu is asiturad, iTHe Ulub tl06-^ potrouly meet a gieat [n^ei|.lHit '� ':�''�'y'�� out n^jfoheroe r.l IriMfly tried. amlVwilh' grtat auccess. ,byr-.the DivlaiqUKi ,l(;was tha Uivlsion IvIlQSH emblem i^,tlt� Maple Leaf (hat 'IP? the Hue you Will be led to Young Men Rule the Air 'ITHOUT our valorous younft aviators bur gunners and our troops would work in the dark. � ' High above thti line^tl^ese daring aerial, warriors are in constant communication with the comfnandei',s on the ground, guarding our troops and. exposing the secrets of the Hun. I Greater scope for individual bravery and ^ initiative could hardly be imagined. / , V There are opportunities for young men" to achieve greatness veiy rapiilly in the Air Service. A clear brain, a soun^ physique, * a keenness for achievement, a fair 'educa- tion-^are tiie essential qualifications. � �. ..� � � . � .v ' Younft men accepted as cadet* recelTe.,.!!-!* per day durlnfl their pcriqd of traininft for conAmissions as flyinft officers. - . Men who come within the provisions of the M.s. A; arc clUihIe only after having Jgined their Defiot Dat-tallon, when they may, with the consent of their CommandineOfflcer, bedlsc^a^rfted for re-enlistment in the r.F.CT ^ � - � � Write for Boolilet "Air Heroes In the MaklnS. .recruitjn.G office, d04rMA