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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE LB R DAILY Thn Veterans will glvo ri concert Ih tlio Majestic Tlieatrn Sunday ovo nlng undo1 the direction of I ComtibRi cninmenclng Si The conservatory orchestra under will be In Silver collection will be The following fa the program from Conserva tory Vocal sriln Tho tier Violin In Vocal Coombs and Loo M Consarvatory Vocal Stral by Ivan Vocal Tales if Alice VINOL MAKES WREN STRONG Vnd Old People Any doctor will tell you the ingredltnts of Vinol as printed below the elements needed to im prove the health of delicate children and to old ft Cod Iran and Iron and Ammoftlunt Lime and Soda Those who have ailing or rundown children or aged parents may prove thia at our good it does children ind the aged there is nothing like Vlnol to restore strength and vitality to nervous women and over rundown you are not entirely sat we will return your money without question that proves our fairness and yoUr Mil lions of people have been convinced HIQINBOTHAM A Lethbridge Also at the best druggists In all Alberta 81mm and ft ladles Lllllea Muck Knox Church iindni direction of Hdbert ConBervatory Silver Oof Snve tho Vivian JJL NflflB MIL Tho appointment of William Henry Irwlu as police which was at first of a temporary has new been made and IK so gazetted In the Alberta a copy of which has Just to same tiazettb contains tho Notice of resignation from the meeting the I afternoon at 4 oclock is asked to meet at coma not with doatli dnuns OBJECTION FARMERS NOT WELL FOUNDED VVindsprt May the objection of Essex farmers to tlie drafting of all unmarried farmers mid farm laborersbetween the ages of 2n and 22 hot well WHS de claredyesterday by Judge chairman of onn of the Far mers in the border county arc not of ho and to back up Ills assertion pointed to tlie fact that scores boys had volunteered to serve on farms for the summer months have been unable to find AUSTRIAN SITUATION IS GREATLY STRAINED London May latest separatist prdgram In according to a despatch to The Dally Mail from The quoting a despatch from Is to c reate a state to be named Greater Moravia which would in clude Silesia and the Slovene of the capital at Ol Vienna newspapers of Saturday received at the it is ad show that the internal sit uation in greatly Auction Sale WADDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS Friday May 10th AT OCLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON 1 WILL AS A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD And effects including Handsome dining suite in fumed comprising round intension table and sot of i uliatrs boau liful brass bod and springs with mattress white enamel brass mounted complete oak with bevelled mirror JUprriH chair emending dining table LARGE DOUBLE WARDROBE set of 4 fumed oak diners mahogany and oak rockers mahogany corner chair oak drobjsors kitchen tables occasional tables arm chair two collapsible baliy buggies Wicker buggy very HANDSOME WILTON oriental AXMIN8TER ilx2 Sowing Machine in A 1 Canadas Pride Uas Range with side oven ujfcd BUGMTOM smaltor TERMS GOOP8 ON VIEW TO NOTICE WILL COMMENCE ON Tuesday May Hth AND NOT THURSDAY AS ANNOUNCED YESTER DAY It will be an eyeopener for FRANK WADDINGTON bowed nor nor Nor draped trail Coffins hiding dead millions Nations Come riot wltlt arms with death words and tomb vefsed But with skylarks songs tear away Desponding for bright day Hath come to and anthem notes In minsters and earths best poets And choirs sublime with music To usher In a O O C1 PERSONAL o o formerly of the Merchants Bank staff spent a few hours in the city on Sunday on bin way to Vancouver to join the Miss Hilda of the Gait hos pital nursins is suffering from an attack of scarlet Alpnin left yesterday for a weeks visit to who has been teaching near Milk came into the city yesterday and intends join Ing up with the flying George of Medicine is In the city for a short and Johnson and of have arrived in the city and will spend several months as guests of John sons and Joseph formerly of Wrights Jewelry store has gone to Calgary to Stewart had as her guest last Miss travelling secretary of the of is a Lethbridge visitor for a couple of I of is ing the weekend in the city on a bus iness The Daily Moose On Friday afternoon tli Aid of Patricks MI Mie Con tlio entrance corner of 2nd and nth ff Dominion Ttebeknh will hold the regular in the nt Vis iting sisters afid is ff ff ff ff ff WEDDINGS On May at the Inited fihltrch OilhTi Leonard of and Lily May of were uniied in marriage1 by 8 S i GENERAL PHONE 770 SOCIAL EVENTS The Adult Bible Class of the United Church held a very pleasant social at the home of and Byron last After Iho business part was concluded the rest of the evening WIIB pleasantly spent in games Holmes and Knowles contrib uted gave a reading and other interesting items wore put At the conclusion a dainty lunch eon was served by CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A ff ff ff ff ff ff ff ff Next Friday night a cardparty will be given by the Girls Auxiliary In the Games will commence promptly at refreshments will be served followed by Those re serving tables are asked to kindly bring their own The luncheons being served at the to the helpers in the cam paign have been In charge of the local council of On Monday supper was served by the Knox ladies on Tuesday by he Wesley ladies today the Sir Alexander Gait wereIn charge and tomor row the Major Jack Ross will K Another contribution towards thn Sir Alexander Gait tag day has been received amount ing lu The Girls Auxiliary have just j to the boys who have gone from Leth1 bridge to join the at Rrglua a packagn containing cigar tttes and and also 51 pairs of socks from the Shr Alexander Gait Trooper William Pnnnefather who lias been In bridge on leaveand who left for Re gina on Monday kindly took charge of the mfcel and will see to is Will everyone having Royal Crown or Golden West coupons please send liifni in o Sherlock on or before May Every cou pon helps in the Travellers Aid Tho Central will meet at Iho home of I DIM Lover S12 3rd Ave tomorrow after noon nf oclock Meinbers pJeaso bring thimbles for Red Cross The Kuox teachers training class will on Sunday aflejthe after noon Sunday School session instead of The ladies of Patricks sew tomorrow afternoon at the Red Cross The Major Jack Ross wjll hold thair regular moKhljr WILL CANADA HAVE At the provincial of tlie held in one of tho members brought a resolution commending that a Wo Army Auxiliary similar to tho one which la the present line behind die lines In and which recruited in organised in Canada to render service to the navy and flying This is really only an other way of arriving ai h conscrip tion of woman eventual ly must and is wjrihy tlie consideration of the Twelve all agricul tural college graduates or having had practical farming who will form the first unit of women ag ricultural experts of the new Ameri can Committee Devastated will start for Kurope early next i Miss Pat Beauchamp who has dOno first aid for three has been the Croix de Guerre with silver stars for ex traordinary bravery j when lost her leg driving wounded in A letter was received by Major of from a in a quite business express ed her to member of theKoyal admits that SnuVcap able of aswell GanacUan wliieli sounds like a lefthanued cpniplinvent to said Canadian menS altlibiigh that may been far flufrppsoir in con templating u kind MitVfirni freak newsuflners pnntej most entertaining in their of the mqst remarkable was the Luihin published in It was printed with ink containing phos phorus so Hint lie paper could be read in Another was called the printed with nonpoisonous Ink on thin sheets of which after being carefully cniild be thus fin nlshlni noiirlslinionl for tlie body as well as the pro mined those who subscribed for forty years a pension and a you any pni aversion in housework I think most women and the little of Ilioir luite Len tilke mi Inventory of our material Can it be im proved Is tlie dish pan loo A large one will permit son king KIIIIIC of Hie ifishnx in hot suds while thn othfcrs are being washed above is he pan of Iflil itred or of chipped enamel of ugly lie place il with a light blue nmininled one wiili a white i lie whitn Ihilns shows up the Another nice pan is of heavy raised upon four rubber tipped and with a drain plug and strainer in tlie The ideal cloth Is of closely woven to allow free movement of soapsuds through IU mesh and to make These can be purchased or knitted or crocheted of twine or carpet Wash after Isi sitl a little soap chips or one of tho manufactured washing powdcfs to soften the To prepare dishes for pan scrape at the table or in the kitchen an suits thn amount of working surface your For a dime you can get a rubberedged scraper with n or you can use a soft bread a crumbled paper napkin or even soft Hotter if you have abundant running hold each dish on edge under the warm water placing an enamel or wire sink strainer beneath to catch the Stack together compactly at the right of the pun pieces of a If dishes must wait for a later wash ing fill with To conserve the cook nothing helps more than to at as much of the work an It is not It is just good sense to save the strength for purposes where is more Standing is much more tiring thnu A woman who lier is more wasteful than one who merely wastes del an office a regular kitchen or use the piano a childs second an old high chair with the1 arms or even a tall box with a foot rest nailed on A waterproof apron is nice for dish TRUCE BROKEN f May that the industrial truce declared in the recent agreement between capital and labor has been broken by the tele graph companies were heard today by tho National War Labor Tele graph operators declared many of thtir number had boon discharged be cause of union The com panys side of the controversy was presented by Neweonui presi dent of Western The sinking of enemy sub marinas has increased steadily and the sinkino of merchant ships has fallen declared for Norlh and parliamentary secretary to the in a speech at Bristol last The output of tonnage by month is well ahead of last year Large plans have ueerr laid by America and Great Britain for the output of new but the plans must take time to ma he tho onus of immediate output was on the United HUGE WINTER WHEAT THE May winter wheat crop of bfighels was forecast today by the depart ment of basing Its estimate on conditions existing May and on canvas of the acreage remaining to be harvest With continued favorable conditions the crop will be one of the largest ever WKere Quality Does Count ECAUSE an aged in cold stor lias lost its flavor Has noth ing todoxvitk the eggs tJKicK tka fa tmer brings fresh from Became you cant make a good cup of eoffae vJitk poorli nourisKed im properlv toasted coffee beans has nothing to do with the coffee 2ou can make SEAL BRAND COFFEE SEAL from best cultivated blinded roasted nndground by those Tho nave made a lifetime study of the Brand is a Ifciotif bcOoragD invigor In 1 2 pound in ground or fine ground for PER fECTLY MADE our new ule arc mailing free la coffee Write a 196 CHASE a MONTREAL eels seals and otlior kinds are tajced quarter Caviar Is to be taxed twentyfive Rents u Tlie tax will not hit tliH ac tivitlus of those who go fishing for the sports NO MORE YUKON COUNCIL o May Yukon better known as the Yukon council closed its final session Before adjournment a message was announced from Ottawa to the effect that the federal cab inet which lias control of the Yukons form of has decided to abolish the Yukon council and to substit ute therefor a simpler form of APPARATUS USED BY GERMANS FOR PRODUCING The apparatus most used by the Ger mans for producing clouds of lire tue XobelTopt and the Nohel Topi The smoke is produced turning the cyl inder B sulphuric acids arid al lowed to drip through to the quick lime showing In the The other apparatus is worked sim May today the new provincial tax on tlsh caught in any lake or river In the province for purpose of salegoes Into The tax varies between quarter and half a cent a Salmon and sea trout are taxed half a cent white KIRKBYS SPECIAL for THURSDAY Regular price 2Se per dozen 2 KIRKBY Third Phone 1627 Saves Kitchen I day you are without a Boone Kitchen wasting hundreds of tremendous amount of many val uable hours which you could be devoting to recreation and patriotic A kifecfabinet is a household You owe it to yourself to own A BOON TO EVERY HOUSEWIFE Stop and consider the many steps from kitchen to pantry and back Think pf the saving of time and materials by having everything con centrated in one immediately within DONT CONTINUE UNNECESSARY KITCHEN SLAVERY Let us show you one of the famous Boone Kitchen Here Are 3 Big Features of the Boone 41 THE NESTED DRAWERS You uver havo to Stoop to Kiiin to Tho regular drawers nro iiKatod In DUO bis drawer which ullIcH out on ball beur wringing tliom to thu very edge of the entehited table Thia uiitented turo can only be found in the BOOXK No The AUTOMATIC CURTAIN Want to ruisn thu Ilirtsiin Dont get down on Hie touch a luindy and the curtain No Ktooniiiguu bcmliuf d another exclusive tuature of ADJUSTABLE FLOUR BIN You dont have to clfnib to fill like the ordinary cab Tho convenient swing attachment allows tho flour bin to iiistuatfy lowered to tho tablo UOONW 41 has many other Individual features that inako It the housewifes Here ore three big features of the Kitchen Wonder of the The Nested the Automatic Cur the Adjustable Flour pel more efficient than any other cab inet avur This cabinet is complete in all its and supplied with a full equipment of glass Including u large revolving glass sugar Made of solid oak golden finish height 6 8 inVhes width 3 feet 6 and 25 ijich As Price OO It is beautifully made of solid oatv 5 8 3 inches and 25 Indies ut Jie Plttod with Albanion Porcelain top and supplied with a tuirequipmeiu of glass A A At NEW SHIPMENT of GRASS 6x9 feet L Quality Furniture and SNOW WHITE CABINET Base made of oak in snow white enamel finish inside and Height il sjzu of table atix12 fittpil with Albar ion It hiyi large cupboard space for cooking utensils metal sanitary bread cutlery drawer and kneading ng AA At 49tUU ;