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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGH DAILY HERALD PAGE thirteen GOOD THREE TIMES A DAY Parched corn, during the United States Civil War, dry and xinpala-tabteasit was, furnished many a wholesome meal and sustained the endurance and courage of many a brave soldier. Com contains all the elements for tissue building and energy r making. Put up as Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, it is a delicious, appetizing, three-times-a-dayfood-not merely a breakfast food. Sold only in the original red, white and green package. TOASTED CORN FLAKES LICENSED BY THE FOOD CONTROLLER UNDER NUMBER 2-S55 ONLY MARK IN CANADA BY The Battle Greek Toasted Corn Flake Co. Head Office and Factory: London, Oot M*� 19M 16 Women's Institutes Are Rapidly on the Increase HAS BEEN SOLD The Taylor mine, on the west side f the river, -which was opened up bout a year ago by Hugh Taylor and ctilers, and yer, and more recently operating a mine at Drurahellor. Mr. Henderson it expected in tho city shortly to take control of the mine. '('he new owner, who formerly wis associated with B. K. Bullock at tho Rock Springs mines, Elcan, will, it i9 understood, considerably Improve the Taylor mine with a view to increasing the output, and he also will wake an effort to secure a spur of the C. P. R. for tha property, bring-Ing it into the mine on the south side of the river. The purchase price for the mine Ir understood to have been $70,000. SPADE AND HOE TO BEFRIEND THE RIFLE AND THE BAYONET (From a statement by the British Ministry of Food) War is making barn t^e world's cupboard*; the granaries are being emptied, the  locks thinned, the herds butchered, tha mines scraped. War is tnsking everything dear exc�pt human life; the destructive msntter is consuming more than It Is producing. Want fellows hard In the wake of the chariot wheels of Mars, and the whole world is threatened with : hunger, 'the -menace of which will beoome greater with the prolongation of hostilities. Victory wiU go to the oombatants who are 'est fed and nourished. The food question is now paramount. Food production. Is as essential to victory aa food saving. .... The spade and tho hoe must befriend the rifle and the bayonet. Kclmonlon, March 7.-With about four hundred women registered and as many more in attendance a I. the sessions, ill" fourth annual conference of-the Women's Institutes of Alberta opened under the most auspicious '.'.Ircuuinlnuccjs of its history. The afternoon session was taken up principally willi the greetings' of liio various officials of government and city and of the dlffen-ul associated women's organizations, Al. Die evening' session pointed aiii-eclies of the needs of the hour were, delivoied by Miss, llolierta MiicAdams, M.L.A., and Dv. Helen iMcMnrchy. The meet inn was presided over by Miss Isabel Noble, of Diiyslanrt, pre*-ideni nf Mir institutes, who proved a most. o|k. stationery, chocolate, tinned mill; rud chewing gum. The i- .> * .> > .> ^ * .> > � V * ; * THE- CANADIAN OFFICERS' * > CLUB ! �*�***: War Correspondents' Headquarters, Feb. 6.--Lounge room, dining room,' bedrooms, barber shop, bath house, white table cloths, linen sheets, electric lights, brass candelabra,, ruga, bed mats, wash basins, wash statrds, books, papers, periodicals, cigars, cigarettes, refreshments. Such are the confused impressions of a first visit to Die Canadian Officers Club, formally opened .this afternoon by Ihe Canadian Commander. The age of miracles has not passed. Take the Chaplain Pervirr anil the-V. M. C. A. mix them with "(.)'' and the "lOugin-eers" and anythiiii: i-~ possible, even such a club as t!ii. within the very battle area. The lounge ami .lining room occupy one building with additional space for a cloak room, offi.". kitchen, scullery and pantry. Instead of tramping through mud, you teach the building by board walks. Outside it is tarred with sprightly green paint on window frames and porch. As you enter, the cloak room is.on-the left, office on the right. Folding doors open the way into the lounge room. Imagine a spacious interior with a large, modern, brick fire-place and blazing logs, a piano and many tables from central long ones for hooks and ' periodicals to square tea-tables running along the sides of the room. Each table lias a spotless white cloth. There are covers for four. Brass candelabra with red Japanese shades give a joyous touch 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 i is linoleum on the floor and there . are numerous rugs. The windows are | covered with red blinds. On the man-i tlepiece over the fire-place are bronze I statues of boxers. A civilized clock iticks out Bignal time. Then there is the piano and the bookcase and overhead electric light chandeliers of brass with triple globes and cut glass shades. From the lounge room, you enter the dining room through double, swinging doors. I: is hung with pictures. The fl'iors. again, are. covered with rugs and linoleum. In the centres, there is a sieve with the same beat capacity as I lie famous "Klondike" or "Quebec," but more presentable. (There arc I wo Klondike stoves in the lounge room, in addition to the fireplace. I To the left as you enter there Is a refreshment bar of the most approved pultern and fittings. At the fur end. I here Is a side-board. Ami upon Ihe third shelf thereof anpeareDi to the military eye such lay 'innas ar-aetual "crumb'' ti'Bys. There are six tables with four covers apiece-on occasion, the room could accommodate thirty ensile *� A board walk takes you to the bedrooms. There are fourteen, cubicles altogether, each one roughly 12 feet by 8 (eet. Ever*' room has a large win-dow. There are pictures on the walls. There are coat hangers and mirrors and towel racks-two towels to a rack- Each room has a, washstand with basin and jug, soap dish and candle. And the. beds, are glorified-as ,1 have said-with sheets and also pillow slips. There Is a- stove at each end of the building which is lighted with electricity The corridor is floored with linoleum, the rooms tha same with an additional bed mat beside each bed. The Canadian Commanders, in formally opening the club, emphasized the desire of its founders that it should be used by all visiting officers. It provided a place where men might get some suggest inn of civilization, where they could have their tea, or their dinners, and stay all night, after visiting one or other of the theatrical performances. The Club is to be the home of the officer called to headquarters on a Court Martial or other duty, down frpm the Hue for an evening's change, or ou his way t. > or from letivo. Granted good mauageuieut, taud the chaplain service is in charge) Die success of the institution is assured. The Club does not only meet a gteat need but Is currying out a scheme M-reaiiy tried, and with great success, by the Divisions- It wag the Division whose emblem is the Maple Leaf that blHgei! the p.ioueer trail. If you visit it hi thu line, you will be led to a Tonight! Clean Your Bowelc and Stop j Headache, Colds, Sour Stomaoh. Get. a 10-ceiit box itow. Turn the rascals out-the headache, biliousness, indigestion, the sick, sour stomach and bad colds-turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cas-carets." Millions of men and women take a l.'asearet now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels, or au upset stomach Don't put in another day of distress. Let Cascarets cleanse your stomach; remove the sour, fermenting food; take the excess bile from your liver and carry out all the constipated wast" matter and poison in the bowels. Then you will feel great. A Cascaret tonight straightens you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A 10-cent. box from any drug store means a clear head, sweet Btom-ach and clean, healthy liver and bowel action for months. Children love Cas carets hecmise they never gripe or sicken.-Advertisement. Young Men Rule the Air i WITHOUT our valorous younf* aviators our gunners and our troops would work in the dark. High above the lines these daring aerial warriors are in constant communication with the commanders on the ground, guarding our troops and exposing the secrets of the Hun. i Greater scope for individual bravery and t initiative could hardly be imagined. / t There are opportunities for young men to achieve greatness very rapidly in the Air Service. A clear brain, a sound physique, a keenness for achievement, a fnir education-are the essential qualifications. ' Young men accepted as cadets receive 1.10 per day during their period of training for commissions as flying officers. Men who come within the provisions of the M.S. A. arc eligible only after having joined their Depot Dat-talion. when they may, with the consent of their (.'ommandingOfficer, hedischarded for re-enlistment in the R.F.C Write for Booklet "Air Heroes In the Making." RECRUITING OFFICE, 304 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG MALCOLM YOUNG. ' SHERIFF, UETHBRIDGE Deliveries h$ Ford One  Ton iTruck THE commercial car is looked upon today as a necessity hy progressive business (inns who have hauling and delivering problems to consider. Wholesale or retail merchants who must deliver quantities of merchandise have found tho horse-drawn delivery to be too elow, expensive, and entirely inadequate. The Ford truck, with a single driver, will do more work' and cover more ground than two teams and two drivers, for it travels in half the time. This truck will reduce your hauling costs. It eliminates one driver's salary and the care which horses always require. It will make your delivery service more efficient., It will widen your area of distribution. It will be constantly ready forwork-day or night. It will show aprofifcon your investment. There has been a popular demand for a Ford truck as is shown by the many uses, for commercial purposes, to which our standard chassis has been put. Now, after most careful designing and exacting; tests, we are atile to offer the Ford One-Ton truck to meet this demand. The Ford truck is supplied as a chassisonly. This permits the purchaser to mount any one of the many body styles specially designed for the Ford truck, and already on the market, and he can select it to meet the individual needs of his business. s Price $750 f.o.b. Ford, Ont. Thrm Many body tyle$ that may. 6� mounted oh tht Ford truck ehatt* Ford Garage, Dealers - P. Veale, Dealer Z. N. Skouson, Dealer - Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond 18336368 ;