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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SA'ITRDAY, MARCH 1f�, 1018 n?K LK'ninnmni; DAILY HERALD, PAGE ELEVEN i ^ i THE TRUE PROPRIETOR. HKY*pfty to rrtft Mint nl1 this lanil balcmgn fto Home rich Hyndleatt -how i:nn It he? � I*ni vftry nfrrtnln that tin ccijnf ryiild'j, bloom, belong to mo. Thfl.-trftfifi all whlaper leafy confluence*. , The mm, ob*G1*nt, throw my shadow, And hollyhocks anil a�n-Mow^rn bow to To do mo ho magi* as 2 rri)H� the mnaciow. A� If In (Warrior to my prior clitliu, Thft birds p*�ep to in* from their stqlon And evory homin* b� �p!if f ii ir!'."-n t .=, le while during the ;>'�'� md. hadrto-.i'.. pollock anil hake I:m> I'l'V.' ,J(.'V-;j/''- I JuiJi ii 'T./. wav bnvo hint on Ilm Atlantic ! i)  i 1 i 1 i t * ; 1 ' li JU' Mil h IKS' ; I wan almost, Sno.'tuti ( , y Imndrndwni^ltln t r-�:r. hrjjnry ir>, v;'i' : ; i - i: in:^ *"!o � T y, J'H! i:m ; � .!}i'ii ' i * *.V() 'I 1! M ' 1 rvMsb in sii j i L l N j � * 'tm. 1 !. Mnri i 'iir I] i � 4 ri F i l ^ l : j- j- > k i t i h h times on the: wash mtamd 1 - r P - 1 I i j ; " �] ;M ; lie : : i' 1 ri r I f Mi; l �1 x a 1 1 4i 1 STICKING SHACKLE BOLT If 'if -.luij'kh' )>fi)t i'lTii^ns to mm ft *>\'j .� ii; . 11;: : u is tnnioil hy 'intma*' of . u-i "Mi ii. w hili' b'Hng driven out, ito 11'-..'.id--- >vill In- fxportem1 w(- / Mm: slOi-.-Kh- holt Wi-JU-H 111 t h f! COUr.SR :>* -*'!�:::�>>,  r,ou]t'>^rs i'nrm. whifli prcv � �d; >'. ,i 1, WIomi v. urn as ' - tilv ;>.. but. ��iwl. Ijol':: should bo ra-; � i ! oiify. Project-Land Sales in District VVranlhtttu, March U.--On� of thti most, affcninca;:!. muclhigx in iho IiIh-tory of WronMium was held in iho of-fico of Lhe Bawlf ^levator last Tuesday, when tho official trustee** of the Wrontham t'onsollduled School No. 48 (orations issued frtnn tlu1 naval .-.^.^JM^.|.WMM.11tW.IBf.r..--�.lfrv,,.^. - > , � 3 4 . , vioiiR February whon it was only Hl.- hohl thoir first moetlng. 1 ho algnifjc- f.f>(> hun,lm!wf.5[,hl. A lotal of -.u:-: Styles In Bread. We aro not prone to associate' style with the staff of life. But H. U truo that ihf^ fashions in hrend chartgo ai thny do in tho lens plebeian faro. Corn bread was munh more popular In the laat century than the pros-ont. stylo clemanda, and time was when people said they would Just �R soon "open the mouth and let the moon shine in," as oat baker'a bread. The coarser make of bread, the eorn pon�*, the /hnieayened ^read our pioneer forefathers ate with relish- these aro out-of-date, and, except Uie poorest classeH of the foreign countries, the staff of life is white and light, and altogether quile luxurious. .lannocks.-This fs a kind of olri-faiihtoued Tare, aud introduced in the early chronicles of this country, as a bread made by the early Dutch set-tiers. These and the Throdklng are not quite out-of-date. The .lannocka were loaves of eoarne, oaten bread, and Throdkinu were a curious combination of oatmeal and bacon, �^p^j^^^^^^jBriJBI^H^^tf'J^^P^p ^^^v^P-^^"-^ri^P^^P-^^F^P^^^^^^H^H^^a^ri^i^^^ Use for Strawberry Baskets, At this Hoaaon, when these are a i perfect nuisance, try making a substantial use of them In this way. Take four quart lmakttL�, and cover with a layer of cotton battlnp. Then cover with any pretty material, sllkollne, Dhallie, sateen or silk, leaving a half- 1 Inch ruffle at the top fur a heading, i This makes four separate compart- ) tnents which should be fastened together'tn the center with a bow of rib hon. It makes a'useful sewing-basket, having' the separate places in which to keen buttons, thread, etc. anco of the nieotlng was not. so much in the number present but. the fact that it was a gathering having in view th^ betterment of educational facili-tiea for tho hoy� and girls of our dls-rlct. The mooting was open to the ratepayers and all tfio townshidn together with some from Ihe country were present. Inspector "Morgan came down on the morning train to bo present and help start things. After the organization was perfected � at. which li. T. Nelson was elected chairman and N. O. Tregloon temporary secretary, casos of herrings, each weighing 1 i - joining liobbs' Kami. Need Another Train Tho large mall order froighl will soon necessMuto Dm t'JMl. putting ou another train on this Him The farmor gets JiJh revenue from Uif I'unuuuuity in. which he livf!, and ii is u;i;'ortunato that tills class of producer sends a corlaln portion of his earnings away from homo, thereby impoverishing tin: local niftrchnnt ho (hat. it. is hard for A.-r c:f jA- Ktw J?? 1^ tho quofltlon of iminediato pro.vislon . , , for the children wa� taken up. After ; ^ 10 i^oep the best class �d goods ^ much discussion It was decided to rent ! stot!tc- ltn( J,c [l] tho Patience school and put in a tern-! �o�n�uimty. Il js a porarv partition, employ another teach- Uml il V>w" or l'n ^ T or and convev tho children from the \TT�s S0.!,rt uNvf-v r ,,h(!, ('^amno! 1 hotr roquirements, is dead, hocm 11 y, various districts to tho school. Ton-derR aro now being askod for for tho various routes. This arrangement, however, is only until the summer holidays as the trustees expect to have the new school at Wreutham 1 ready for the fall. The secretary was J instructed .if? got in touch immediately with tho 0. P. H. for a. sito as well as secure plane and specifications . for both a two-room anrl four-room two storey brick building. Mr. Morgan financially and intellectually. Tan we not. get together on this point., aud build up a healthy community where there will bo no lack of cout'idenco or interest in each other. Potc McJDougall kept tho home fires burning as long as he. could stand it. The strain was too much, however, so he boarded tho flyer on Widay night aud went to Calgary. He oxpects t.> bring Mrs. McDnngall and daughter hack with hiin. e'ftutifui Thoroughly dern ri Mechanically Right A ri k A Light Four Five-Passenger 35 h THE NEW MODELS CONSIST OF also advised the trim tees to visit the ,r. tr ,t],mft, ,,, tn ^,in,t ,, ,. 1 o ii } i) iii 1 'he gentlemen are to entertain the Milk Hlver, Barnwell and Coa da e ,.,j,ftU , s,, vtr 11*. **r j t �.ti. ladies* at tiie home of Mrs. Vv. If. -Con- schools for suggnstfons and hi all probability the Wrentbara school will ----.............*. $1,340.00 A Light oix, Five-Passenger 50 "h.p. at................. . ... ,., ... ,. ^ ^.....$1,795.00 A Big Stx Seven-Passenger 60 h.p. at.......____.........., #, be similar to one of these. Great Harmony nor Thumiay evening, .Man-h _'St)ij X. good program is being prepared, hue.' feature-'of it being a debate, "Resolved that the V. S. form of government,! in . Handy little brush with evory bottle. Perfectly suiinle, ijituply perfect; ' TRY it I ASK yonr Druggist or Dealer fop DY-O-" ' Straw Hat Color WHAT YOU BUY-STUDEBAKEK QUALITY, STUDEBAKER STABILITY, AND STUDEBAKER SERVICE 20 per cent, more Material Vfelue than In any other car on the market. Not necessary a new car every f-w months. *We give you service that is real service. We don't make you a cut price on your car and figure or. getting it out of you in other ways. Call And See These And you will be convinced that we offer the greatest value on the market. Backed up by the best and most complete service system m Western Canada. 412 Sixth Street S. J. T. GRAHAM 4 I - -k 3� T sew one nontly fitting sleeve. A)R34 to my rhfljp'in. Though tt is riffht, wo\ild you bolicvc*, Tho other won't go In ? Onfc layer of a fancy cake. 1 aHvuys tnuko, the hvM, And my flrnt cookies always are fcfor* shapely than the rent, I cannot tell thp reason why I'm �urh a st\ipltl dnnre. * It's hick y wh*n I come (o I'll do U only once! ? Change in the Horn*. TThere Js na Inok nboot the house. There 1� na luck lit Thero 1b na 1 nr.'ortance in the family life, Ib It not, perhaps, at lbc xpense of the wife? R. DYGERT'S PE To Singe a Chicken. This Id more