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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MA HOI! 23, 1S118 is* Lir.iuMuncv. \\\h.\ nr.nAi.n PAGE FIFTEEN 4 v - CONTAINS NO ALUM V Hi. ^WwHtTEST.^rflj AIMS NO r Users of this well known article have the assurance that food is made more wholesome and nutritious by its use. "Magic $ is a 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-eral acid/ h ft Magic" Baking Po\yderTcon-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, buyjhefuirweight'1-lbTsize^f E.W.'G ILLETT COM PANY'U MIXED T bWii-vrs it} )>c m^rvsniy imprnvi* Mm \vom;j)i)iorw| of t nation! Th" u MV mi" ? h*' J *rf* in i (� oi OnLirtn iind v i linn a viriMt v t indoor j i * s no j'^iisnn wIm/ rip- m u r j j 1 >f - r of li!'" ritn ih-vt bnw'i (f dru^iM ruuM'v niKi I j^TVf m| ii I pr a i* \ v. a ,; u r ^ rd / ? j h j i morn 1 ino � inn v bn d� � \ n � 'i o i * rpi id pf od :n I:on nod ' - oi. ' v a � a n� . ^ i n por i .i n f, 'lh f ml \ pa i; io" i' nil i1 'a i s Mi ln-r niniii. i-' ^!o' uKm ;p \v*t all^ imd >l^s'o'ii: i in- ' if lo:' t a� � i'a mi J arsi \'iin' Pa- i; i > \v iio .von : -hi* a ad lannod did )mi fin-i )T nil a laai of j , ;irij 11 si*nnj^ I o me Moo i') - u ir 1 s wha ; i ni',,1:;1' in Mils j^irnt uf u �j, .j luorc t in *d u I 11) Moi i oiiinr. n-iw Mian muni-l :on ma k oMi*1: * of v, d , oa 1 i i; a � fa r t ii�� ;:i i ! v, o: k t nf nn i ho Mt ? a: 1j ^ - n-a ja > � Mm !ia * !m n " t' i a 1 � m i f 11 j a Hi  o ,: i * a 1 no J m i l( a f r - )i t i? * pni'k or f; 11 jo l o a f un . MofV koi a j-Jr�\P ; p;( w M � p..;;ii:i ln |(Md Mi�- poo h >.;. d^a! o!' Mi' Si" a ra iuii oi:! of a ^anooo: ^ [ j Jt|. [ p-,i r,: huaal M\r !ia \ o a sponT hi ayaj-^ni.o :h-o om "I'o my mind. liiis ih" dn'*^ kind , ^.n m boas! oi" what havm don" of sorv ho Mint a f^irl p!'os*;jM llinaa pond pmbhmiH ] 'H1- �l hip thai lilioi a I w ti \ - br sunu'd Miod* propnh ions i ha i produr� i 'Idoao >iuroom Mon is now tin* hv*'"! i|u*'sliun in P;ni | Mo- oio- tiling (o i\n, and thin i-\ !n' adn and what om Pi la- boil Mian ' oidi ol i o sivc a I! - how vvoninn t urn into iio> M. -Man'*-. m> i ho M^lP- lilti'- a and how i na d *n put�� as oini pat n � ho mn in*; I'ot oo- of i ho- Allies, bo i it will i in on; LADY HEARST - ^ - j WINNIPEG TORONTO a ONT* MONTREAL .*� a a a a a a �;� a a .s % �% AD PHONE 1224 * * v *> C� > v > a PERSONAL :� c� > o a v : * *:* *:* c� o > : > Mrs. W. F. Uoiuloi'Hoa and Mrs. JC. If. \\'iliiK*f., of Bow Jslanti, an; wooU-t-iul Kiusis of Mrs. J. .^1. Menileraou. Mrs. .1. .Johnston. of Moosomin., is vi.sitinR with Mr. and Mrs. HufniT on her way home from Low; Itcach. Cal., where she hi*a heen spKml-.'ng tlic winter. * * * Mrn. J. !v. 3*alnj(�r is in Calgary for a lew days. Miss II. Schunuu'hor has mono to Sr�Mlo lo niet't Jier" parents who aro reluming from thu south. * *  Pie. (1. .1. Edwards find wife arrived this morning from England to ro-.sido, in the city. They are spending ;a few day:; with ^ip. Edwarda' par-j f^nts, Mr. and ^Ir.s. A. Edwards. a a a ? a ! a v ? "A jrrp.Tt dnal has Ijf-^n ar--t omplisltf.'d in food saving during fin* last ynar. l>ui haven't hc^un to f"p| the jdncli yot. Wo havo a lorn; road to Intvol. l>*�for(� w.o can h"^iy to boast ol what v.\; h;ivo duinv 'rinv't1 i.-; ^fil! a (en'ihhi in-tM)nality of sacrifice. Th�reforo, it scorns that there is only ihc one thing to dn. and that is for each of us to save all wo can and produce ait we can, u-ali^-infl hurnhly how little it is and how innde(]uai e. as compared with the sacrifice of our kin in Hritain and our Allifis on the eon' inent.'' LAHV UEAltKT. a a v   of ]m i :\}r> v:\}\ cui 4 the i 'XJi-Joi! .iiid ] a .� iiM'ic minded a . he. t ir > to t iio it. for tliem. "I'll ecc ;.i .''(' woiji t h" pa [>�';.;. Til; l' world and Jho i); \lieii' own homes, ever, have cjiurcl: hind, and i in- h� the?/), in the op:.1 is throne!? their : !))� a day �. et a ; >/r, of si nne f ^ i) jiroafJ) i �-is , � : UUil ins, ;1 ;n >i \ and B UTTE R cost cut in half o> usinM more i i it I'M w ho i II, M. ShaV, M.P.. and family, ol' j .Vanton, and H, II. Malladny, M.f*., and family, of Hanna, are in OLta'wu lor i the spsnion. A national day in Ihc chu:'r)!C.---a day given over strictly (u the intere..^:; of- food coiikc: ration ami production, j,',iVovp'a'vc'� t in which the gravity ol' the situation i' , 'i', j-,, ' miKht be Imprcssod upon old and young--such :s hady Hearst's idea oi one ol" the. bc.i;t ways to reach all manner of. people on 'his vital issue. By a national day she does not mean simply a sermon from each mil pit pointing out how necessary it is to conserve and produce food, but rather a day of public meetings, in. which all imijntor n !;n bidb-ve poorer : i. "Tfifiv is ' 'a i Im middle and . -t, and people ? he 1'ronl seem 1 tU'i;,r* (,f US WilO CROWN CORN At present prices it pays to eat less butter and more Crown Syrup. In 2, 5, JO and 20 pound tin:*, also "Perfect Seal" Quart Jars. Write for free Cook Book. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED, MONTREAL. 15 a ' iipp-nnied L;v!.c I I civ -�>! e-d in (.he t'( -lowed i'Vurv r [� � � ing as it \ .> * q \ History of England, where tic is a*- scribed aa "the I'lvsses of the Higii-laints." i ILLI ^1 Em OS the Necessary I %f Worth While 0 v * O 1 ? > ? > : *: * ? *: > *:* ? *;* The home of Mrs. Rosowarn was tfip scene of a pleasant surprise party on Friday evening  when about thirty members of the Rebekah lodge met in honor of Mrs. A. ft. AliteheH. nee Mc-Keiv^ie. a valued member of this lodge RED CROSS NOTES * 9 v ; > * �> > ? :* : > *: *:* \ : j ohl, Meriel and (Cu\)t.) Porter. It was . n,vho is convenor of the wool dfcparr-: one of ihe best, dancea of the season j mpnt of the Red Cross. Ai rangements and the 2;'0 people prenent had u ; have* been made whereby the ribbed' thoroughly good time. "Miss Arnold's | pcr(ion of the 'twin*' socks will be! orchestra played a. h pin tod program; bniucri on a knitting machine, then: of dances and at midnight a delicious i knitter can easilv knit the plain/ lunch was served. As a result of thiijnv the "double-'.ju-occss and complex-dance was cleared ami present-j the p;iir in just Iml.f the time formerly recjuired. Directions may bo obtained i for only 2ft cents, the proceeds to hoJ used for the sailors' fund. j Burdett Active in Red Cross ; Splendid work is being done bv tlin ,hrhlKe for Mrs. I'ostor. who is visii- R,ni Cross .worlmrs of Uurdnti ' nm\ . inR her daughter. Mrs, J. \V. MeXicol.' inK the lust two months th!y perfect, TRY IT] ASK y a* Drufc'ist or Dealer for LA i t Sirsm? Hat CoBor f fA ONEY spent for the preservation of your teeth is money wet I spent. We offer a straight discount of 10 per cent, during the next 30 days to att persons who will cut out and present this advertisement at. our offices. Our regular changes are very moderate-.. This special discount places at your command the best denta! service at a price hitherto unheard of. Remember also- PHONE 363 ^^'^^'iSv, if^jwii save that nice curl KT^y-NBWBRO'S r>,�::/ Dentistry As Wfc Practrse It Is a Gentle Art. Dn. Bruner, Richards and Nelson High Grade American Dentistry o.(\ to th;> soldier who has done his bit ;U the front.  * * � Mrs. F. W. Clumpy out(�rtainpd on rhursdiiy rvoninp i\i four tables of AppllciJ iun:i r.t ti;R bctior barb.-:- ^huju Guuru:.' � 1-y Tlio HcMaoiii': Co, \l\ eryv.'lu-i a 1 .?,:n;;ctham Cc Ltd. Oil Elk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHERIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CR1STALL BLOCK ; mother. if *J� > V J 9 A. S f b harm Cough Loosens Riah O * ^* *3 ^ % *j� a j *- v -> > *&^;t o DR. WM. M. SCHOLL the Great Foot Authority and "was personally trained hy him in his mothoi's and in thn uso and fitliui; of his HCiiHitifit* > > % ! Mrs. 13euHon, of Calgary, and i Crniltshunk. wifo of Ilrlgadier-CU'-tmral Cruilcshank, had the honor of lunrh-' inir with..their pxoeilonciefl thwOuKoJ and Duchosft of Devonshire at Govern-j rnent. House, Saturday hist. j The Art XoedhMvork duh will moot.  j witli Mm. .1. Livingston, north of C. 'VUo Cameroiirv on this sUlc of tlie : p. it. track on Monday al'toriidoni Atlantic will learn willi sorrow of the j * * * : death of old Lady Margaret Caiupron,' An oxooulivo moetin^ of the l^oeai j widow of Lorhioi, twcnty-fonrlh { (^.uncil of Women will ho . held on ! i'lilortain of the great ehm of Caiuer- ( Alonduy jifternoon nt/ 4 o'clock iu \\\\\ ' on and mother of the urevjeut and I Y. .M. c. A. Important business in I twenty-fifth chieftain. Colonel com-1 be. discussed and' every member is i mantling the Cameron Highland HeK- ! urged to he present. i i 4 A Ihk day will be held by the1 Major1 Tael: iioss vita pier, i. O. D. .K.,' iieKt ' * * :* iucoUhk of > i llie Ma1or\ 'i'h-' :rt'in;''[" and nosiriv.. 'jmi nf tins -M;er' , i�}0Nprn>i\homemade rriia'dv 'ii M'.iii-kiv ir'aiini; \\ti- ijllntntd nr sv.nli !.i"mh;'au'."i ui t!i�- thr'tl in more lumif^ than auv utiier et>u�h r-'ini'ily. L'nder its Ip'alitiir, roothiiiL: inUui-nec, i'hcst sori'iio^s \nn>d n"n.ditrvst fnl. sliM'p. '\Y\ir 11mi:11 tliniat and t-Iu-st eo!ds lire ceiHjinrt'd hv it-^ in i!-l hour-i or less. JNo;iiiiiLr hrtt-'V for bronchitis lnmi>'r- r.c.-s, (Tim;)), whviopLiiy I'ou^li, Ll'i >Mt:l i iu I .asilmm i1 j1 wilder couiihs. 'J'o make this t.:pUmdid eouirh svnip, ponr - 1"'eaei-s of Pinex (r>t) e'>.|ts wordj) iido a lti-o/,. bottle and lill the ? 1111. L11 � ivilh jiUun iiranuhited lai^ai' ry:'ii?' aiai simki* V�ni tin a j;;.-..- I 'a* a zir.e. )i I'Hi')' cr.iti:'ii ;-\Mti' t han ^y-ie oaald ii'Mdv-marh' b:r S-\,"(l. Ket-pi -jn vT,- : I �- ami eliiidrt-ii \o\ e it.; i-ieu-iaai Jfi;:t v i> ri special i:7id biuddv o;ei' crm v. �1 d � lai-nii'id i i ei'TK.'i.a- .\ui-vav � � * i--11 . * men I in the present war, in which ho lias been severely wounded. and jCaplain of ihe Orenadier Guards in tip' Hoer War of eighteen years ;\^o. f yatnrday. The chiot'tain ir. married to Lady 11 or- S mione. (iraham, daughter of the Diilio! A special jaHd Ducbctf.4 of Montrose, and hislack Koss Chanier ni the, 1. O, T). � irnoiher, wlio hau just boon laid to lui j will he iieid at T.:�d .Mnnday evo�'jin;r/' last rt*st al 'Aehnacarry, in Inverness- borne of the. recent, Mrs*, t-oilv- shire, was sister of the late Diilie of boaro. ; /luceleurh. Anions the past and (;one * * '* ' i ichienaius of the elan of Cameron, The iiusy Dees of |l>e WajMtM imueh 1 who have all home (lie, territorial held a very raiccesi-fnl woeinl lastnight' nam�> of Lochiel, wan Kwea rnmeron, in the church -when a sjdetidid :pro- j the lo-ro of ihe. battle KtlMcniuKUl;:.*, ^raiu was appreciated hy the Inn-rr* ' ,]:,v.'n i'u- v. add |ur."  � erf:1 !ri v 'tii a\\)iii di-atuKdnhyierit, V( nr ; prompt le;-: s i.i ovep'omiii^ i ant! :AKh:)ar.i ; Pin- x" wit:> full direc'LJens. uml don't accept limihlau' (''oarauf < -M Jo -dve 1 f H ' OUR DAY SCHOOL REMAINS OPEN ALL SUMMER INDICATIONS POINT TO A BIG DEMAND FOR OFFICE HELP THIS SUMMER. YOU SHOULD ARRANGE TO ENTER ON ABOVE DATE AND GET READY FOR A GOOD POSITION. r Garbutt Business College PHONE' 1315 Ml EIGHTH ST. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 NIGHT AT 6.00 to 9.00 p.m. No Phone Orders. No C. 0. D 36 inch Taffeta u brown, rose. mhvv ni;t)/.��. K''Liuhir ^'J.nn. Sfii - unlay XH'hi Sji'-eial . . . I ;iml 98c Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs Made of fir.i* linen finish lawn wifli h;ilf in. tiems! itching. K^K-' \iiar fur L'.'.e. S.-iinrdrty .Vi^hf Specinl. f.U'h ...... 5c A Grand Line of White Muslin Underskirts Willi a deep floum-e bmidery and Torchon nerK and sleeves. Sal ur- day Ni^bt Sjieeial ..... (if eni-hice in 1.29 Kitchen Aprons The bJKp-st snajt y;ni ever saw. Al ad/* of i*ennine rubber slitrtiuK Satui-day Ni^ht Special ............... 79c Ladies' Patent Leather Strap Slippers and Pumps Wilh Louis heels. |) and K i'iltiiiK in all sizes from 1 to 't. Ko^uiar and $4.ri.). <\ oq Saturday night sjKM.dal Boys' Gun metal Blucher Dress and School Boots With a inodinm block toe and medium weight sole. A very s�r-vjceablh- hoot. Sizes 'Z to ii. Regular $4.75. Saturday Night Special ......... 3.89 Boys' and Girls' Natural Colored and Dark Brown Elk Shoes Th car. will stan d t he ha rd en r, kind of wr-ar. and yet aru verj" light in weight and most comfortable. Sizes 4 to Special at ............. Sizes S to H)i-2. SmKdal ai............ Sixes U to 2. Special at ......... t * * 3.00 3.25 3.50 35 Only, Window Shades rixt. feet. Regular 75c. Sai. in-day Night Special 69 c 200 Only, Mazda Lights Regular (inc. Saturday ja Night Special ......... *rUC 16 Only, Men's Soisette Pyjamas Reauiifulty soft in natural.,;Uk color. Just the, pyjnma for spring wear. Keg, $:i.2r�. Saturday Night Special 2.49 h I ,1 -H A FEW DAINTIER FOR SUNDAY Strawberry Jam, 16 oz. f A bottles ............... UUC Wethey's Marmalade. QO 16 oz. bottles .........�J�f ? Airline Comb Honey OC Special .............. �3t)C Wagstaffe's Ginger Oi% Marmalade.......... JV( Waft-itaffe's Grape Fruit aa Conserve ............ u||C ;