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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918 THE LKTHMKIDGE I>AILY MALI) PAGE SEVEN > * � : : X LIFT A LITTLE  : �: : : : * : Lift n little! Uft a little! Neighbors, l ? �> �: PERSONAL > * : * * : > : ed with maplelno, raisins were used i between t.he layers ami shredded cocoanut over tho top, corii syrup used I for Hwcotcnlng. Miss Lliclla Cascudden and Miss MiijC Cnncaddrii left ul the end of the .veck for an extended visit to Port-land, Oregon. ~ Mm. WoIIkiimii he.? arrived from Rnghuul to live with her nop Mr. Kred Wellsmnn. Mips Marcelli* Lufll. rty w-Ho has been eon fined to her h.mie thtough Illness for several day.*, I:' now able to lie around again. Miss Speck 'n expected to arrive) In the eity shortly from Nohleford and will nuike her permanent residence here. Miss Nellie Sellins arrived In Hie eity last week from Kngland to join her parents in the city. KENNT3DY-McOlN'XIS A quint but pretty wedding took place at St. Patrick's church nt eight o'clock this morning, November lXtll. llev. Father Cozonet. officiallm;, .when MIph Vera Kennedy, ot r,c(libridge, formerly a member of the Hudson Hay Store for over four years, was united In marriage to Allen McGinniss, son of (Captain Robert McOinniss. ot Calgary. The bride wore a becoming hat of wliite crepe anil blue velvet, a burgundy coat and mink fur.i. She wan assisted by her sister, Miss Mary Kennedy. The groom wan assisted by the bride's brother, .1. K. Kennedy. After the ceremony the nappy couplo adjourned to tho home of the bride's i parmtB, Mr and Mrs. Thou. Kennedy of North Jjcthbrldge. where they cat down to u nuniptuoii'i breakfast, tho table being decorated with white chrysanthemums. Th bride was the recipient, of ninny beauilful trSrt>�. including a pair of pearl earrings n-im the groom. The happy couplo left thi.. afternoon for Calgary where they will Hpend their honeymoon. All their frlenihi join In wishing them i happy future. COULD NOT STOP THE HEADACHES Until StieTried'fruit-a-iives" -Made From Fruit Juices 112 0onuno St., St. .loirs, SM. "I feel I must tell you of the great benefit I have received from your wonderful medicine, 'I-ruil.-a lives', I have been a sufferer for many years from Violtttt Ilfeipt of price, postpaid, by 1-'nm-a-t ivcj Limited, Ottawa. . II. V.\ Woods, or Cnl'-the city, having been the death of their Hon Mr. and Mr' Miilrs, are in i ailed here hv Koy. S ' ' " Mis* (.'. It. MeKlnley, sister of Mrs. It. H. Knight, who has been nursing lii'luet'za patients, and who la u teacher on the Victoria High school Btoff. left Thursday night for Lpthbridi;e. culled there to nurre her sister, Mrs. Redman, and her daughter, who are suffering from influenza.-Rdmonton llulletln. FOOD BOARD FLASHES Now that Canadians have an Intimate personal connection with Siberia. Us vast agricultural possibilities are of interest to them. The area of Siberia and Central Asia embraces approximately 1,-Ou,-000.000 Hcres or arable land of which the following were under cultivation prior to the war: Cereuls (bread) ....26,607,837 acres Oats .............. 7,471,234 " Potatoes ........... B41,7�l " Cotton ............ 1,068,808 " London. Nov. 18.-The following wireless dlspaleh from Dr. Soli', the flerman minister of foreign affairs, addressed to Secretary of State Lansing was picked up here Saturday: "Tho return of the troops from tho west gives rise to the fear that within �i. very short time Uerlin and other large (leriiian towns will be cut off from supplies of food from the interior. Wo therefore repeat with the greatest anxiety our request of yesterday that you should not hesitate n moment in convoking a conference at The HuRiie, as proposed by us. to vv'.Mth our represt ntativen could travel ii: the next few days. "We urRCti'.ly request thai permission of the Pres. lent of the (Milted | States he Riven so that :i ,G20 DEMONSTRATION OF FLOUR SUBSTITUTES : : : �> ? : > : , aside for the officers. , the Turkiah governmen*. .... _________ ; --------_----- j ELECTORAL LISTS ' MONUMENT REMOVED j |,nrll(, N-ov. Is. -The electoral lists. Peking. Nov. 10.-Tho Von Ketteler for vol|ng for members ot the on monument, eroeteil under compulsion ytiuirnt assemhlv In tlermanv will b. 1-auBo of freedom, tor. After removing from fire beat Crime" and offering to the now Gcr-'HIn Majosty's government Is more well and add 1 cup chopped nuta. man government his cooperation for:"""' e�er conscious ot White Layar Cake: Cream together; the pouce rebuilding. "'"''-' '......... 2 cups of sugar, % cup butter or Crlsco, 1 cup sweet milk, 1 teaspoon, r_______, ______ .... . vocation of an order for his arrest beg of you on behalf of His Majesty's IsBiiod hy the Gorman imperial author- government to convey to thu Polish Hies and the free distribution of his people a message of our sincere con-books. I grtttulations." 1 Empiro cable)-Dr. Richard Grlelllng f"lr8' .. , has wired from Zurich to Chancellor 11,0 1 ol,s'1 Ebert and Huga Haas, acknowledg CONGRATULATES POLES I liondon. Nov. 1H - -Arthur J. Bal- I four, secretary of stato for foreign af-has sent the following letter to natloual committee: At this moment when tho armistice of any flavoring, 3 scant cups flour,! wheat or corn, 2 teaspoons baking; powder, whites of 4 oggs beaten stiff ; (Filling) Blanc mange custard flavor- is the loyal co- j operation which it received from the ; ;l""He also "demands" a cessation of his! Poles during the course ot this cruel pending trial for treason and the re-1 war. It is a great pleasure for me to aide Leaf WORTHY of their name, because Maple Leaf Tires have the stamina necessary to reach their objective- More Miles (or the Dollar! Maple Leaf Tires are honestly built by skilled craftsman, using high grade materials. And now, for the first time, you can gel Non-Skids for the price of Plain Treads. Atk your dialer for Maplt Leaf Tirea. DEALERS: Get particular* from leading jobbor*. JOBBERS: Writo u$ for prim and term: Th� Maple L�*f Rubber Co., Limited, MONTREAL. .3 M i INCREASE BABfS STRENGTH Everybody loves * baby and everybody wants a baby abundantly robust There are many young children to whom SC0TTS EMULSION given in am all portion* at ialarvab during each day, would be an important (actor in overcoming malnutrition and starting them wall on the road to robustness. aVcry drop of SOOtfO it para, rich nearmhmmt, Ikm kind that build* itrmngth mud promo*** hudthy growth, OhilHrem tarty em Saatfe Scott a Dowse, Toronto, ont. is-13 MOTHER! DON'T TAKE CHANCES IF CHILD'S TONGUE IS COATED If Croaa, FoVerlah, Sick, Bilious, Clean Little Liver and Bowels. A luxutive today siivos a sicli child tomorrow. Children tdmply will not tftko the tlmo front ylay to empty their bowels, which become clORKod up 'With wiiKte, liver gotH sIukrUU, stomach sour. Look at the tongue. Mother! If coated, or your child Ih HatlesH, cross, feverlHh, breath bad, restlesH. doesn't eat hotti'tlly, full of cold or has sore throat or nny other chlldren'h ailment, Klvo u toaRpoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," then don't worry, he-cuuae It Ih perfectly harmless, and in a fow hours till this constipation puis en, sour bile and fermenting waste will st'litly move out of the bowels, urn! you luivo a well, playful child attain. A. thorough "iiiKido cleansing" in of'lnios all that Is necessary, u should be the first treatment given in tiny sickness. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Abk your druggist tor a bottle of "Cul Ifornla,Syrup of Klgs," which hus full (lirccttotifi for babies, elillilron of all ufteM and for gvowai-sp* plainly print' oil on ilio bottle. Look carefully and son that It is made by the "Califoro In Pig Syrup Company."-Advert. IMPORTANT Red Cross Issues Circular Regarding Needs of Society Workers Are Urged Not to Allow the Conclusion of Peace lo Interfere With Red Cross Activities OFFICIALS OF THE ALBERTA PROVINCIAL BRANCH HAVE ISSUED THE FOLLOWING CIRCULAR TO RED CROBB WORKBRB THROUGHOUT THE PROVINCE, AND 018IRE TO DRAW THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC GENERALLY TO THE INFORMATION CONTAINED THEREIN: DEAR SIR OR MADAM. The last few days have �eeii the causation of hostilities and the world Ik practically aiaured of a aatistsctory and, we trust, a liisting peace. While great issues have been shaping themaelvea abroad, our people at homo havo been engaged in combating tho ruvagos of. an epidemic, during which members ot our Red Cross branches- have