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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta KWURDAY. MARCH 23, 191R Y(Si LirrilBRinCtl-- DAU.Y IIKRALD PAGE FIFTEEN ,_____________________"J contains: no alum ,'KING. mm Users'bf this"well known article have" the assflrancc that food nniade more wholesome and IS nutritious by its use." " Magicis d pure phosphate baking powder, and it is a well known fact that phosphate is a necessary constituent in food, while alum is a dangerous min- Magic" Baking Povyder^coiiv tains no egg albumen or other, added ingredient for the purpose of making unfair and deceptive tests which have no value as a constituent of ^baking powder,*^/ For economy^ buy4hci full weightri-lbTsize.^f EAVXjlLLETtia3M�VN:�^riMltED T0ROI*TO,ONT. WINNIPBC MONTREAI. Til" Mill? i>! tlm l�i(niili'i- of Onliiriti HficK iiri riinfion why the mmilHT of riKiiils .sci-vcd ;it proMi'iii hIidhIiI mil. he (MirdUlwi. Sli'? Iliililis 11 WDulil be a KOfid tlillut if it WT.ri: ii);u|i' ((iiilniry to Hw law or;lli(! laiTil to liiivc nioro llian liilri' iiioatM (i (luy. 'Tlio rnltiMK oiil of '('�;)Iiik' unit snacks In IjiMwufiii (iiin's u-onlil nicmi iiii unl)cli(!viil)I(' fliivint; I iiniic- nine," slie (((m'liU'cd, "Mo;.-!. |>i'o|)lc wdiilil !)(' anionahli! (n tliK, I nmy iuKi iisvtHlnly'' tlicy would .'jufri;!- no-tliio); liy (t, for llifsc .'id'li'ioniil nii'iil.--. iiri> iiliHolutcly nnnc'-csriiy nni\ nillior nnjiisllfialilr ;it this (irni- " TUd consiirvalioii of ru'TKy � Is Jiii ussi'ntial )ini't of tli>' foml iMinimii^ti. Liiily ifi-'ai'sl l)� il>>v(iii-(l to fo.xl Inipiiivc ilui womanliood of !lio nation and Kivt; lliRm n virility ttiiii indoor llfo liin ni'vor lirc.f:il. II doffii'l inatlcr uliat lliiil of worU aro more iiscfiil lo Uio couuiry now ilian niiinl-t.'oii makers or any other ilans of workfi-.-i. Kor oiu.' ihiiiK. ilic iniinlllon makor is well ir.iiil. Imt llni': fur the 1,'ii! v.orkiiiK on Iho farni Ims noi re-ii'lvi'd mncli. Her srrvlrc has iii-i'ii really palriolii'." I.arly llcarsi tn'lii'Vi's lirnilv in His Afa]i:siy tli IM^. anil liiinks it would ho an '.'Xc-ellcnt Ihiij;;. whrrcvpr ffas-iiilf, III!' each fainily to liavo one of t prodiicllon and consio-vation is impor-j jiurkcr (riho lo eal op poidlnns and ; laiit. Till! truly patriotic Kirl of IM.s,, otlicriKai (iaf,'c. ICvcn more iiiiportaiii , lo lior mind, is Hlio wiio Kcis into ovi-r-1 (hail tlo' pig is llic ;;ard(!ii. ami in' AT iill.s Sind dcsorlti llic cily for tin: farm. � Lust year ;ho .i',irls wlio wt-til out and j lannod did not find it all a bed of j roscB, iior dill thoy rcmrn to the cily ;Broatly oiirii licil as a rosiill of liioir ' (oil, 1ml, mulonlilcilly, tiioy got a xroat I,ally Hoarsl's opinion, iln- working man 'an rulsi! lialf hi; liviii.i; in lilt-liaclivai'd '.i li" only will. "A KVoal deal lias ht'C'ii acioinpUsh-oil dnrliiK (111- iMiHt yoar, Init we iiavcn'l hi'Kilil to loci the pincli yet." doal of siitisfai-lion out of a sliniiiii.'rj |,ady Hearst declared. "Wo have a LADY HEARST al)on! In a^L^intiPK the farniyr �"I'o my mind, tlii.s is ;he finest kind lit service Mial a Rirl can kIvo at the |)r(!sen( tinie, I'ood pndilenm have' as-j sacrifice | sumed iiroiHii't Ions that jd'odiic-j Therefore, tioii is now the livesi (ppislion in Can-iiila. and what coiilil be heller- lhaii to luivo an army of slronn vounK women (urn Into t|io fields and ciiltl-valo lli'i land. 1( will pot only mi!an KivliiK Kentlitio aii.�istaneo lo the fislit-ills forces 'if i!ic. Allies, but. It will loiiK road to (."avel before we can lie ;;in to boast f�f what we have done. There is still a (errlblo inei|inility of i bill that iiHist always be. It se(!ms (hat there is only! the one iliint; to rio. Mild that is. for each of lis to save all we can and pro- � iliice all v.-e can, realizioK humbly how little it is and how- Inadeiiiiale as compared with the sacrifice of onr kin in llrilain and our Allies on the con-llnent." 6.00 to 9.00 p.m. No Phone Orders. No C. 0. D. 36 inch Taffeta In brown, rose. navy and maize. IK'^nlar Snt- iirday .N'!j,'ht Special > c > : PERSONAL Mrs. W. F. IJenUer.son and Mrs. E. II,'Wilmot, of Bow iHlnhd, are week-tiirt KuestH of Mrs. J. M. Henderuou. � * ., * � Mrs. .f. Jofinstoii, of Moosomin, Sask., is visiting -with Mr. and Mrs. Hutnov on her way home from LonK Hca;ch, Cal,. where she has been sfiend- !ng the ^vlnter. . , "It '* Mrs, .). R, Palmer is in Calgary for a few days. * � � Miss If. Schumacher has gone to Seattle to meet her parents who are returning from the south. � . �  , Pte. 0, J. Edwards and wife arrived this morning from ISngland to ro-.sirte, in the city. They are spoudlng a few days with "Pte. lidwarda' iiar-eiUs, Mr. aad Mrs. A. I'jdwards,  . . .    5 M. Mf Shaw', M,P., and family, of Xanton, and H, H, nallnday, M(P., and fainily, of .Hanna, aro .in Ottawa for the session, - "A great deal has been ao-eoniplishcd in food saving during the. last year, but ^yo haven't tiegun to feel the pinch yet. Wo liavR a long road to travel, before w.o can l)Hgiij to of what we have done. Tliei'e is sMll a terrible In-efiuality of saeritico. Therefmc, it seeins tliat there is only the one thing to do, and that Is tor each of \is to save all we can and produce all we can, realizing humbly how little it Is and how inadennatc, as compared with the .sacrifice of our kin In Brltilin and our Allies on tlie continent." LADY 1T1':ARST. of people will onlei- i'.i.) iiip ppirit of' the (iccasion and pi"i!ii.\;liein;ielves to, a single-minded ami wlinlii-liearted ad-i i who will hot road the paper.s. There oiliers who do not F.i) lo meeting; wlm are. in tad. cut off frcmi'thc (ridi.'i.iry clisnnels of intercour.iii hetsv(.c;i ili,. jjii; outside world and the lo' premises of tluiir own liomes. of these, how- *!' over, litive church ions of some kind, and the he.-- -,v.iy to approach ''I H,,r,V ' 1., II,,. , tliem,' in the'opinii.:; of l.ady Hearst, is Ihrough their .�ensibilities, by a day wet ap.M-; lor iiraycr and grave and eatipcst liimiglit on a great * I issue. "1 nm not pne n; liio.'-e wiio believe, j that there, if* v.asie among tlie poorer i .'. .%  .. .*. . ,,.-cla.'-so:-.," says I.a'i,'. Il'.vivsi. "'I'here is j **'**''*'**', a good deal auion:; hotli the middle and upper cIa,4Bes, however, and people A national day in the churches-a i wlio have no oie-' the front seem day given over strictly to the interests: ,,,,.,.,.indifferent than tiiose of us who ..11. ,>____1 ___.... �t.x.. ,,.if1 1-,,,^.,) 1, ,t irtn ' ' !)�� food consei vation In which the gravity might be Imiirossod and production, of the silualipn upon old and BUTTER cost cut in Half by using more CROWN BRAND CORNiSSYROP At present prices it pays to cat less butter and more Crown Syrup. In 2, 3, to and 20 pound tiii9, also "Perfect Se�l" Quart Jars. Write lor free Cook Book. THE canada starch co. LiMITCO, MONTREAL, IS Feet Hurt? They need hurt no longer.- A trip to this Ktgrc to consult the Chicqgo Foot Expert wliom wo have arranged to have hero during businosa hours Sat Mar. 30 and^ Mon., April 1st will exainlne your feet and. advise you how to quickly obtain comfort. He is a specialist, ami ho knows all about foot troubles and tholr causes iind correction by uciuntltic meana. There isa Dr. Scholl Appliance, or Remedy (or Every .. Sri-F^iiot Trouble Ho''is Wing loanbd to jhis store t6*BivV( all'our patrons and othdra tho benefit of his sltill and .knowledge. Tharo is no ch^irge whatever. His o.xpert ser-^ vices are . Absolutely FI^EE Everybody, ipvltcrt. "J^o one should thlnlt isf nilBslng this opportunity, Thoro Is no toot trouble too smiill or top great f6i'"liliii,"Cdme a'nd'seofor your-' self.  tfl'lH/s .BpeciaUBt., la �. member .;or tho Staff of I DR..WM. M. SCHOLL the Great Fpot Authority �'und was jiprdoiViIIy tiiiined \iy v; hint la his .methods and in the ; uso and titling of his BClontltlc ; corroctlvo dovlces, ; Corns, bunions; callouses^ ^veak' i-jurchos, flat foot, wonk ''(inkles, -pramplng toes, "rheumatic" foot, ^.�^and log pains, tojidor foot aiid' j'nll atliBt'JoQt (ilscoinforts can bo. Iroliovod at once iiiid cbrrootod quickly., ; ' ' Come in Sure WJ. Nelson i& Co I Sherlock Block i Watch,Your Feet (, .;. .:> .: .;. .;. 4>, ? SOCIAL EVENT* . have boys over ti'. liOiig before ji I'ood Controller wan ., ,, ,: appointed Lady lliarsi was deeply In-1 young-such is Lady llcarsllH idea oi (,,,,estOd In the fool ipiestion and tol-ono of the heat ways to reach all man- j^^.^,, g^,g,.y K,.,,.,,,tio, fm- lonserv-ner'ot people on this vilal l.ssue. By a , ,,, , ^^.^^ j,,.,^,,, | national day she dues not mean .simply! f.,tniiod the rernl-Uons in manv cases, I a sermon from each pulpit pointing i j,,,^ , ^i,,. ,{.yi,, ,, out how necessary It is to con.servo; and produce food, hut rather a day of | public, meetinss, iu, whjcli .all_ manner live up consfieiiiiously lo what she : : The home ot Mrs. Roaewam was the scene of a pleasant surprise party on Friday evening .when . about thirty i members oC the Rcbeliah lodge mot in honor of Mrs.'A.--K: IMltchfcll, nee Mc-Kenzie, a vAlued member of this lodgo who is leaving Tor her now home'In Ih)w Island. After a pleasant  social hour the guest o( honor  was 'j>resent-ed with a cut glass .water set as a slight expression 6f regard. Mr.s-, Mitchell though talten by surprise expressed her appreciation in a.low very, fitting remarks; '. > i  ' ! ' ' ' In aid ot a wounded soldier a dance was given in thfl Knights of Pythias hall on Thursday evening by Mes-dames Hodglns, WlUianis, Cull, Arnold, Merlel and (Capt.) Porter. It was one ot tbo host dancoa of the season and the 250 people present had a thoroughly good .tlm^.: Mtaa Arnold's orchestra played a SRiritad, program of dances aiid at midnight a delicious lijnch �was served. As a result of tlie dance $135 wasclctiredjanu ^present-od to the soldier who ,haH done his hit at the front.  '  �  Mm. F, W. Chaney entertained on Thursday evening at four tables ot bridge for Mrs, Poster, who is visiting hor daughter,-- Mrs, J.' AV. McNicol,  'V  � , Mrs, .T, A. JiickBon entertained at two tables of bridge ,yestert\ay afternoon fol- Mrs. Foaterj Mja, JtfcNIcol'a mother, ' " ^ . ' * * ��� � � � ,'� � � � � o � ' - � � * GENERAL ITEMS. ? * - . , Mrs, Benson, pt Calgary, and Mrs. Crulkshuulc, wlto'ot Brlgadlor-iQenaral Crulkshank, had ^he, bQnor oil lunching wltu,.th:elr. e3cceUa�( RED CROSS NOTES The Ked Cross demund tor 'liocks ie very groat ijnd It is hoped that all knitters Will help meet/this iiriport-' ant need. 'Wool will bo/ siipplicd by phoning or culling at the Red Cross rooms. Mrs. MaeKay, convenor ot the wool department. Is very anxious that all knitters learn tho "doublo" knitting process, whereby twiceais.many sOplts would bo ready for .shlpineut, as forii!-: erly. . " . ..... ; - > Much Interest la being shown in tho "double" knitting, a process rcctjptly! inlrbd'uced by Mrs. Chas. >tafcJKay, i vyho is'cotivonoi" of the wool dibteirt-nient of tho Red Cross, Arrhngeiiienta have been made whereby the ribbed portion of the "twin" socks will he knitted on a knitting machine, ;then each knitter can easily knit tho plain bv the "double".iirooess and coinplet� the pair in just half the time formerly required. Directions may bo' obtained for only 25 cents, the proceeds' to; ho used for.^tho sailors' fiinrt. .Burdett ActiveJ_n Red Cross. Splendid work is ijeing done by. the Red Cross .workers of Durdatt, During the last two months they' have sent- iu $44'!,SO which incUides-Hiiew-bi rahip tees and-dotiatlons. This; i.s a reooi^l that other towns should -well l,ry to enuilato,'.Tho tadios-of Biirdett are doing excellent work In making tho Red Cross-artlales,!andiivltlfwtHS co-operatloii' ot the other citizens, of the townlare-vajslng the.ijiBn'c'-jsiSB'h'iWi ip so vevy*'het:b�iaTf in.ioVfler t^S.oarry (in tho.:Rod Cross.iworfe  > : � ? CLUBS AND SOCIETIES > :�� : > : >,> The .\rt NcedlGworit'qliih wili'S�ie'et with Mrs. J,-Livingston, north oiT C.' P. U. track, on ^Alo^iday {ifteji'ijtiojti^^;^ An exocutlvo iiieeilng Ot.-^be i:t the honuvol^(he rqgent, .MrttiiOoayJ! Worth While � ."Von can freshen tipyourOld Straw Hats, or take new ones, if they are j. not the color you R (lejiiro.anil re-color /with 'DY-O.LA' STRAW HAT COLOR. Putupin Black, Blue, Navy Blue, Tan, Brown, Green, Cardinalt and .Parplo, Handy little hnish , with every bpttlo. Perfectly sir.iiile, Simply perfect, THY IT I ASK your Droccist'or Dealer for SfiowlHat Color ^K'.dca^ little girt, ifyou-il save that nice curl !iv4 m^yo\it jonfj ywr prWe, Just tal.c njy advice '.v ^\ Ihcrc's noiliitig so nice_as , NBWBRO'S HERPICIDE Appllcatiuns nt tho better barhor bliopj G'juranltod by Ttie Uerpiciiie Co, l^ol-l Everywhere ."Jpcclal Agents: J, D. Hlijlnl;otham & Co., Ltd. Save 10 ' on the Most Necessary Expenditure MONE'V spent for the preservation of your teeth is money well spent. We offer a straight discount of 10 per cent, during the next 30 days to all persons who will cut out and present this advertisement at, .our offices. Our reflular charges are very moderate- This special discount places at your command the best dental service at a price hitherto unheard of, Piemember also- PHONE 363 Dentistry As We Practrse It Is a Gentle Art. brs. Bmner, Richards and Nelson High Grade American Dentistry Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LEtHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK A Stubborn Cough Loosens Right Up This lur Iionio-mjUte/ rejned.'i! h a Trnnde r il or Bn'olKii im-niliraui'n ot tlu' tlirmit, iofu'Sljior lironeliial ttibps ami brcttk-jiufi up-ttpht wuahs, hart ciiUKud it to bnTiIatitl in more .homua than any utlicr uoahli'vnitnody-. Under its licaliiia-, ;BOotliiiif: iiilhu'iice, chest Korciicss jplili'Kin loosens, brnathinjf bvcoini'S '(.'usier, tirUlinj; in throut bIoj)S uikI ivou (.'i't a jiobd AlBht'.s n-Htfiil. sleep. ''J'li'i> HKiml throat and clicst colds are ;oonfit(i>rod by it in 24 hoiitfi or less. ^Is'otluug linttor for broncliitia, hoiirso- niothoi'' 'Who:has Jtjst boon laUl to her laat rsst at'Achnacarry, in InyernoKa-U'�>t the honuv ol^the rqgent, .Mrtt,*'Si}ia>yJ; shIi'Ojiwas (> sJHtor of iho late Duko ot iboare,, . ,.: ,.i ., �.. 'jfk^^i^r"': Bucclouch. Amone tho past and goneTj. .*�".�...'� chieftiHinH'or the:�li�tii Pt Camoron, Tho Busy Bpi^ft.oftljo lfnpl;|iifir-''i3)'^itili:' who havb all boi'ue the twritorial held u very aii&iosat'ul social jaB't'Titghtf namo.of Lochlel, wan Ewm Cnnioron, In Uw church wheti,'^'a''yt)WtWl'$i%^ the hero oC tho battle KllllcrankllUo, Rriuu. was . auproclatdil Ity th'o 'Wrio who ib aald to.' li�vp,.l{UJpOv/E^th MiIh, humbfjr i)rqBbutt:-/riv�j-collQcUoiii tii'keil own hands tlVo'v'dryinst of tho wolves uiuouhtod to th� BPlejjiilirt sum of if32. liottU: with plain tjramihitiMl wttrar iivnip and bImiUu tlioroiitrlilv. You then li'avc.Ui tiuiici's-a fiupily impply-of a Ipuch better coiiirh, fvi'iip than .you could buy rl?;aiW-madu for ^^Ml w'l'pst pci'/i'Ctly and children love itil plousant .tbntf. : ' .' I - Piiiox i� n Bpt'cial' and liiiihlv con' ccntri>ti d iimip<)un