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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, 191R HIE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PA HE NINE r- r ri ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H v ii i- - � REPORTED IN THE (D'rom Our Own f'mTnsnondont) Pi�ch�r Creek, "Mar. 18.--"Top O' thi; morning," anil 'twiin JttHt a dandy, -after a refreshing ahowur of rain, the sun came up with the brightest of tnnllefl, atul we knew that our good St. Patrick had ushored In tho spring. With our honrts gladly answering tho laddie in the 'street Kaily -whistled Biuitches of "The Wearin' ()' the (ireon," wo went about our various tasks with grand admiration l'pr our woo bit o' Shamrock. And again we know 'Us spring, because a great upheaval has taken place, and numerous families are changing their places of abode. Sleigh-ins in now a thing of tho past, tho motors are humming and evidently the roads are drying,-the huge iniow-bankn are gradually diminishing, and wo feel assured that we will escape tho worry of aprlng freHhots. Serious Fire The second very serious fire in the past two weeks occurred on Thursday v V * * �III riO, Wiiu:il �i.'I^IH'U WYCI i""mf |i'imm,i | -- ml will Jilway:; remain u niyHtory how i,^,,^ I eoulri liave hoen carried to Htifety | ' '; .... i i i.i.i : l (M 11 i npstaJm in flames, and frantically tried to savu a� much aw popsihle, (hey only succeeded in getting out a feir s;n;>lJ articles and one rnattrefts and spi'ing. b^aldes the piano, which weigiied over sou poundH j z=^: and it by u liLtlo boy and Rlrl. A high wind was blowing and in less fh�u one hour 'Jin lovely JVIhcIUiw*:)} home lay u ruined ash-Iieap, in Npiie of the fact th;it hhvcvhI noiglil)ors who cliancc-it to sec (he smoke hastened to ive a ssiyl a �ce. 1 Jesides t lie usual comforts of" a home there \vt'i*e many old country vfihiiibU'R inelmling splendid library whirh is sin ted lo have been worth about, two thousand dollars, itmong which were \'M voltimu*s of iiandpomely hound enryclop/tedia Uritannica. It will bo remembered lh�t. Douglas MacDowoII died of wounds in Kngland about, two years ago, and that Hoy is now in France, Leslie and Archie at the time of tho flm were engaged in business up the Pass, but have now returned and will commence to rebuild. The loss, we understand, was I partially coverod by insurance. Another Fire The first firo a few days prior, was that of the store and po.si; office at Beaver Mines, the loss also being only ; partially covered by insurance. The; postmaster Mr. Michael Torpy. it is  stated, had come in from the storm. I and the snow on the heels of his boots caused him to fall when attempting to carry a lamp to the cellar to attend the furnace. The lamp crashed into a box of excelsior and waste paper, and needless to say the whole building was doomed, tho occupants merely escaping with their lives. The stock was valued in the neighborhood of $1,800, and every tiling in the post, office was burned. Tho United Church was again filled almost to capacity on Sunday evening. Rev. Wilkinson delighting his congregation with an eloquent address on "Saint Patrick." The music also was especially pleasing. The members of (lie choir of the United ('hjirch gathered at the home of Mrs. A. W, Bussenberry on Monday evening last, to honor Miss 1!. McKin-non one of men* number, prior lo her leaving for Calgary, where she has accepted a position on the staff of Bilinings* Llmitod. Miss McKinuou has for several years hoen a. constant V V 2.GC0 INVALID SOLDIERS RETURN 'Halifax, A)a:v h 20. - A. steam- v '�r with aboMi U, admit soldiers arrivd here froiu ;m Fmglish port late ihis/*> aft "I'iukju. > c� > -o : c� ; mil"-b ha \ i na; so many ehil- n .1 �.' v n Uiiuwn what to 'l'1!" : fbnol hj pr:o t w-aiiy lilted beyond e:i));oii\. and ilo- priieary |f:n-Iie" has an en r> >\j 111 * � * i i. ni' '>:',. , 'Cia' ijihcr grades aiso being r � nl!"d iliat promotions at pj e,,(-ni are ..-j? ...f rfe- qi?e:;ikm. .\liej' iuIj-oiI't; i\-- i.o nci n^,, and Ml fnake it a rule, in m,!ii;v ilia! h'-^ihuers I may only stari ;tLiendin^ Kaster and September. + i i Iiool at J � ho ''an. The chief liniiiaiion Tor in-1 and Hearing houses will result in in-(],. . --�.fI production -. ith which far- j dm-ing a larger proportion of our total ,n-e r-onfroni'e i  Mie ,.cai-cby ! population to give their efforts to the of labor and it is h>. tabic- hing of local hr i i lit I l/ie of J'icus siiigle and (lefinil*& end of prodmdng more food irom the soil in IhlM. T "'Tl !t A JH 'X ihii;. '>-dl per} �itnj)s the pain by relieving \v. the B.>:-I"; wax, v/ivcii ^cMly undermines the corn. Usually it inktis milv 48 hours to end the corn corv.r>letcly. - i rubber .'Ktiursive-, whic.h ch * i r It wilhoMt we'itmg. It wraps around 'b.c. tne and makes the plaster smir; ar.d cornfnrtal:le. BUic-jay ie appiuxi in a iii'iy. that, one dotsn'l feci thc cor.\. Alter action is gentle. the corn alone, disappears without ness. t i and annlicd the corn sore- ^ our Corn Can't Resist Blue=jay \ i i i 'rfnn  r ir are as complete information as poshlnc- as to the needs and to distribute ataihible labor to meet the needs. F;:.ae vr should write tq the agents of t!" Labor Bureau at but they may be able to free others the special work to be done, ami the wages they are prepared to yay. Those \ desiring work may likewise write telling what work they are prepared Lo do and the wages expected. A special function of the local bureaus Wjill be the enlistment of those not necessarily aecnsiumed to farm! work, both men and women, who art; ' i prepared to go out for the season or for shorter periods, especially in haying and harvest, during the summer from the cities and towns. It is not expected that womtu. or girls from towns will be able to do work out aid� the nearest points stating their wants, i u I | 1 v Blue-jnr is the penile way but certnin-RelicJ" is instant, then ihc corn cumes a\\\ in 48 lif.-uiK. Th;: Julie spot of EC&.B medicated wax covers only ihv com itself, h is the dainty, clean way. ' H:\nh liquids are inns.sy and dangerous, Pa:in� rnfijht bring infection. Miiiions of people have used Btuc^jay for years. At the slightest appearance of a corn they put on a Blue-jay Plaster, One plaster is usually sufficient; once in a while an old. stubborn corn requires a second. / Try the Blue-jay way tonight. It means freedom forever from -jelling corns. Blue-joy Plasters at all druggists- 25c per package. Also Blue-jay Bunion Plasters. BAUER & BLACIC, Makers of Surgical Drcnting* Chicago Toronto Mew York Com Plasters 4 Pain Instantly-End Corns Completely Stop 25c Drujjfficts 5 __^ . . t> i . � 01 viciv/. The orchestra eousisUng- of attenennt of the._former J rc^yteimn p, : u d 3, , x church anil a most protif-ient worknr. j,..lhljnn ftI,.IlJs,|0(I mus|p fll,.jnf, rh|> Dur.ns 1he_ ovenlii^ whi.-li whs very -. pmgr.un buc pi tion, and a beautiful pendant and Take Nuxated Iron, Says Doctor, If You Want Plenty of "Stay There Like an Athlete! i Makes, Delicate, Nervous, Run down "People Stronger in Ten Days' Time, in Many Cases M OST people foolishly socm to think they are going to get renewed health ami strength from some titimulatiug niodieine, secret. noBtrum or narcotic drug, said Dr. K. wanor, a Host on Physician who has studied widely, both in this country and iti great European Medical Institution^ avIicii, as a fact, real and true Htrength can only come from the food you fat. But people often fail to get tho strength out of their food ho cause they haven't enough iron in their blood to enable it to change food into living matter. From their weakened, nervous condition they know something is wrong, but they can't tell -what. If yon nro n6t strong or well, you owe it to yourself lo make the following test: See how long you can work or how far you can walk without becoming tired. Next (like two five-grain tablets of ordinary nuxated iron three t.lmea per day alter meals for two weeks. Then tent your strength again and pee for yourself how much you have gained. I have seen dozens of nervous, run-down poopl.e s who' were ailing all the while, most nntonishingly increase their strength and endurance by taking iron in the proper form and this after they had in some cases hoen doctoring for months without obtaining any benefit. XJut don't t-4;e the old forms of reduced iron, iron acotate or tincture of iron nimply to save a few cents. You must take iron in a form that can be easily ah-H.orbed and assimilated, like nuxated iron, if you want it. to do you any good, otherwise it may nrovo worse tliau useless. Many  * Appelle." Mr. Sheffield's snug was much oppreciatr-d. Mis M'aiher sang a I solo 1 HaL beaut-irully �brought out''the j fine points of her rifh coufralto voico Cjt ! ot!(1 Vv':is (,"rni'('d, ami. favororl the OlFCHStCl I audience with a stirring war srmij. The male quartette sang tt\vifce" and. it U very needless to say'that ttmy pleas-[.ecU,tlie crowd immeiisaly.. Cardston is (proud of its male rjuarleile.-' Mr: Pickup aang a solo with much-acceptance. Mr. Oland recited a war.p'efcction and Uov. J. M. KcllocU a humorous Scot-\ tish piece. home and engage lit tiia father's business in western Ontario, though ho has hovn only a visiting member of the lodge here has 1)�es useful and was remembered by (ha brethren in the gift of a pair of gold] | cuff links. .Mr. Mcintosh in a\ most : effective way auctioned off such whole ; cakes and unused sanaY.vlchos as- ro� ! mained froju. flip refreshments that the Indies had served. As the proceeds of the sale went to the Hed Cross fund the bidding was brisk and .the buyers generous. One layer cake, for example, brought tin1 nice sum of $2.75. The Hed Cross was enriched as the result of Mr. Mcintosh's efforts to the extent of >.'?:?.mi.. . . The gathering brolfe up about .midnight every parson feeling that r-most enjoyable occasion had come to an end. Messrs. Gardner and Ruffle-man have the best, wishes for their future success. The bovs nfneing "They Are .lolly Oood I'Vllows." Mr. and ^frs. Fred fh'esfler and family are moving* bnck to their ranch at Spring Coulee after spending the winter in town. Mr. E. IS. Cpok will were passejigers to I.ethbrldge on Monday's train. a------------.__.... * 4 1 � '1^ . awl A r a. VOU N G ;;i E M , A N O M EN WHO STAY YOUNG * aoc'i Brand L,bel insurance of full overcoat is the he makers. complete satisfac- No garment is a genuine Society Brand model unless the inside pocket hears the labci- Goto Style Headquarters"-where Society Brand Clothes-are sold. AtFRliD I> B C K K R A COHN, M a k  LEXHBRIDGE, ALT A. XW, MAPlLAtT &CQ I SB) 0WTARKU7, T0P.QHTO OjJT. rr""i-rriri-rimirt < 1 Ml j : a hi i l m ^ UST as ill fitting and poorly designed and tailored clothes detract from any man's personality, so will proper attention to buying clothes attract confidence and destroy this handicap. We recommend Society Brand Clothes because the fit is tailored-not pressed into them. The new Spring models Hi on display. McKelvie & McGuire style headquarters Lethbridge WHERE SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHESTARE"SOLD j < ;