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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TI'KSOAY, XOVEMIWH 11. 101'' TUG LTiTimninGi; DAILY PAOK1II1RTEFS, Today Is National Fish Day KcepIfiK In view the great asset i and cheap, because they ara not yet (.'uimU ii.n Itt her fisheries the ac-'hi much deiuaud. Su i perfectly feasible to hare (Ish Hun of i Liu ('jnadtan Fisheries asso-' ready market ID Iho older countries ri.uluu In tLtilug apart one day inland ahouM lu Canada. ilitf jfur be known ua "National' Fiah lj an appropriate one. This vear Tuesday, November 11, boea so sci and of tort 5 aro being made to have ILsk and especially featnr- ivl lii every home, dining car, etc. that djy. with the object ol drawluu sptiial attention lo Ihu do- frlrdbliiiy o( the general use o( fish fyii'J In (his country. One of L'amtJa'a greatest natural resources ar.3 her flslicrles. Tboy worth, lu this country over IJUy iloll.tra annually and they tlve employment to about ono hundred ihtmsand. but keep- ItiR lu view Mitt Camida has fisheries Lire second 10 iiono only in thjlr cxieuslvencsa. bui lu Lliolr n-julity, variety nnd abun- there is every reason why fisheries [iroih.ittuns tshpuld bo r; Idly oxpuudeil. a loud standpoint fish' ettubtlly -AS nourishing aa mual; -when It Is proycrly cooked-It la.quiio.a.i jKilaLiblo itud (L Is much cheaper. Thorp therefore, virtue In Ihn uf ;LasoelalIon "Eut Fish ItoiLuco ihe Cost of Living-" Fish :ind lurMcularijr acadsh f-tioiitil always be plenllful and chcai Ai Iho poIuL of iirodm-lum it Is very tuday; but as the demand for ii In ihe liilcrlor parts of Ihe coun try Is not jx-t laryo enough to en abk1 it. as 11 geiiL-r.il Ihinjj, to 1m in i-arloa-i lols, the-cost.o Mtinu IE now at Iho mail Lilsn rclullcra us u. ucua tiling, do nut Imiidlc, fish In grca vulumo and so icyulre a uinr Klii of profit lliau would othenvls So tiiEc. Therefore, unllko uilifr fooils the the ilcnianL for fish Ihe chopper 11 am be EUD 'jf. nothing to pro duto beyond the value ot the c isiout mid ihe labor eniiiloyed In Anoihor piece ot suiinrl puhlic hd- t: not to confine the use ol fish to a few well known varieties such as co'l, Iiaddork. hslibut, tct. There" are other species sut-H -as locally known as plaice, soli'.% cct., the wlnpa of ivhlf-li arc excellent -food, pollock, luift'j, ousk, etc., which-arc plentiful I In one form ur another cocitlinuiUy avaltal-le In ull of Cauada. I Where fresh fish on ice cannot al- ways be delivered In perfect coiLdltlon, frozen, fresh, or tanned frojli (ish can be, In-addition to all of the cured article. T litre Is an unwarranted prejudice agabn frozcu Invest Igallon has shown hey end question that a ItsL (irm and fresh from Iho water, that ii properly frozen that la ghluiwO frozen In refriger- ator card and never thawed out until It U defrosted slowly In colj water lu the- fcllcheD of the consumer Is tho very DCBt iHlne 'ho hamc flab, .when it leaves the {Uherma.n'3 boal. 'Tho KCiieral use of frozen fish In this I country at all limes of tha year lu a largo measure, solve I trausiiortatloiT problems and i enable fish lo reach ibe consumer a.1-waya lu pc-rlccl cundltluu aad at lower prices. j Also aUcDtion should be given to the excellence of canned !lsh. Tho firm Ire.'h. fish direct' from iho cold water, after Icing Ihorouyhly cleaa- ct1 and washed arc plated in me cans ainl are hermetically aii-1 cooked with thoroughness. In this forui I hey will keep for prac- Hcally an unlitaltcd period without auy deU'riomtlon regardless of wea- thor conditions, and lu using thorn thero la no waste can. The FiEhcrlrs Bmich of the partmcnl o( Ihe N'aval (which N doirs much TO proinie I genera] use of (lab. cnJori- i-.s "Nrnional Day." THIRTEEN NEUTRALS JOIN NATIONS LEAGUV? LONDON, Nov. question in the hous- of commons today elicited the reply that none of the 13 neutrals in annex to the covenant of the league of na- tions has declined to Join the lea- gue. II. Story I> Prcde Obtain'' License in The Red Gross Approved of Black If ycxu want to; LOS A- brand'' '-n kind of "war romance" came lo light liery with llic issuance of a inarrlaga lie -rra to Harold H. Story, the nb-" lorious pntifisl, late of a "console lioiu objcrtoi s" camp, and Mtas Kulb LG 1'rado, of peace, pro- of Kdwln Jlarkham and with Story, one n' the pacifist group that uKt'orLcd lo Ihe city limits of South Pasadena by tho home Guards that city during -Ihe war and not lo return. Jllss Le Prade rc.'.tdc- nt Whillier and' Story has sftc-nillng Hie sumninr with hla linri'iils nt Dclledowcr, near Artcsla, His mother said that Ihey will bo married .at once rvml bolh will go to JlrrUcluy, wliero Slovy exiiccla to enter tlic University of California fall. Spent Time ]n Jail Story and Ills Ihe Rev. f'lnyrj Harden and Ihcj Her. flohcrt spent soinc tinin in jail hnro durmg Hie war. Thuy clntmcd to bo nictnhers of the "Fcllowahlp o[ Iiucnncillallon" and they ivero -ChrlsUan Pacifista." They tried lo RXitnund their doctrines In October, II'LT, and were arrested for dlalurb- Injr the iieare' ami orrtcreil 'o Jail by Polite' V.'hlte. It was not un- ril Mny, 191S, unlil the circuit court fjf appeals, having nnnlly refused to Jnlerferc. that Uio Ihree men were to work at ,tlic fnrm nt the Side jail, whero nU served full lernis Init Sioi-y. who was cnnghi In tho draft. Hoard No. 5 nt Hunting- ton park called him nnd the young m.in )vas released from jail and or- rinre'i to Camp Kcarny. He claimed them that he wns ft "confiClen'tloiis (fbjcctor.11 Thorn wcro 2P other ob- jectors and all. but.'Blory. and thrac oihcr.3 nprecil (o cccc-pt noncombil- out in Hilary sorvlcn. .Shorn of Poetical Hair .fi'.ory, ivho went to Camp Kc'arnj poetical hiiir aiul- fio'vipg He, said that while he would not would also not allompt to hi a IfTc-as ainong the olh- In thn camp. While ho and the other (jhjcc'ora were walling shfp- incnt [D Fort Leaven worth, r.'hnro many conscientious objcctorg confined the war, rulli- nrmv liarlior.'; eliminated Story'g fkiv.-Iiii; lialr nud tho lie also AL cnmii Story claimed hr: wns a Qua k or and a socl.il- Ho, -refused lo wear the uniform of it FoMlcr, -co ho was given n suit ovcrnlls and for seven 7i 1011 1 ha dug (randies, peeled pola- loi-s and illtl .Rcncrnl "IkKclicn po- lire" at (Jamvi Kcainy. Aftpr p.inifrllcc .signed he wag rtls- nnd returned to An- tclw, where ho has nqaln resinned lih pnollc ntllro nnd hla hair Id now IniiK nud w.ivy. !lo has spoken at a nurjilier of 1. mcctlnga tell- fprr of (ho he experienced ?in army ramp. 1'olico oCflccra of the "war. who rsn. Story and 1ifs crowd Into Jail, it'crc not snrprlsoil to learn of Story 'a 'Inl6nl1on of marry Inc Miss Ln I'riiuL-, a's Ihe ofrtccra satil "thoy were niembcrn of Iho snmo radical .Crouji ihroiighout Ihn war nnd wcro friends then. MIs.i Ixi Prailc sJild, to ho a iirolejfo 'if KdwHn Sfajlihani, who wrolc P. .prcfacp lo JHss Lo Prado'3 last Look of verED. IHrit Red dross; -miorfs of jpackiages of Adams Black Jack reached the soldiers through the Red Cross. And in war days there wasn't cargo for anything but essentials. The soldiers liked the old- time licorice flavor in Adams Black The'.Red Cross liked the benefits which come from the use of Adams Black teeth. I digestion where meals not too relaxed where nervous strain was were eased and refreshed, .thirst quenched, by the sooth- ing licorice. .V Its war record makes a pretty good case for Adams Black Jack at home. The blue package is sold Adams product, particularly prepared Chewing Gum Co., Limited, Toronto, VMCourtr. ;