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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH LRTHRnittGE DAH.T MONDAY, OCTODER 6. 1019 j She Xetbbribtjc Ueralb letbbribge, DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprlelon and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED '_ 326 6th Street South, Lethbridge W. A. Whar.an President and MaDagiDg Director -John Tgrrince Business Manager TELEPHONES Builneai Office .Editorial Office 122-1 Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: bully, delivered, per ueei ......J..15 delivered, per year 7.50 Dslly. by rear .......VoO Weekly, by mill, per year...... 150 .WceHy, tj- mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 Dales' of eiplry of subscription ap- "pear dilly on address label. Accept- ance of papers Biter expiration date our authority to cootioue the sub- JCrlplloo. 'THfi NEW ;VICTORY LOAN. The importance miued to that inner court which abides IQ each one of us. The- con- sciousness that a ui.ui has dttne all that llts within him. even though out- ward appearances may proclaim L'lher- wise, if often enough to Ihe sensitive and trulr modest. To tiring to light reasons which re- pose ID a man's conscience is often a cruel prdcal and oce which, in rniny cases. Is needlessly and hearllesi-ly ituposed. Bus still publicity has Its price, and public men cannot escape paylr.s the same. Thlg is the position in which Hon. W. L. McKenzie Kins is placed. When the new leader of Ihe Liberal party. In once more entering the polit- ical field, says that he die! not wish to traffic in patriotism for polUks.1 ends he earns a merited sympathy. When he goes'on to add thai if there had been a contest lie would hara bid to stand on his war record, be takes i correct view of the situation. 11 nay be that he with ssti.Tictlon to the opportunity which now lies open to him. It might, perhaps, be said that it would have heen beuer for Mr. King to have used Novel Entertainment Will lie Put Sec Prince At drossy Disappointed He Found j (From ovr H.R. II. Was So Young and So Slender (From Our Own Corrfsaoadmt) GRASSY LACK. Oct. uovel en- tertainment Is'being prepared bj the veterans ql Grassy A ircnch supper It to be given iheir (rieuds In ihe- vicinity. Mun.gau aud trench biscuit arc lo bo served one of tho MACLEOD. two riiu- "Han ind people ara loolsmg forward storms Baft a Lean- fall of eubw .his mufrh Ihe cveotj as week, ihe ground, has been Veil ivet ts to be very realistic -so earnqst are the vels to make it anj farmers say the' gone ilown iwelve inches, Thl much niore inaa the- past two s bave ii: Much bas and is twiug done ID aplleipalion o( the comiiiG season oJ-1930.- la ihe trills weVt'atid also, to'the "iiorfh" or Macleod. ibe'snowfail eooJ, while: to the south-the grouud Tvas covered several Inches wilh followlug ihe rain ol some hours' dunUlou. The first shipment ol! and feed realistic that at leas 1 one cellar has been only offertHTdii condition.' (bat no rats are.Imported. A dance la lo'be held aftern-ards Wthe Perry .'lull, ICKED UP IN ASS1NG TOH TBX BUBY UAN novejstokc's tai sale realized. Toronto returned aviators: are form- ing a club to promote flying. Snow flurries fell in last week, .the first of lhc season. diets, who were through'lug 1'a'loillne campaign under Gcu. Allenby rtach- ed Winnipeg Frldity. Hev. Dr, William Patterson, preached In Cookie's church. Toronto, In remem- brance of tho Ulster Covenant. Dr. John M. Platt. of Piclon. form- erly warden of Kingston pcultenliarlr dleJ at Ihe age. of eighty-two. As high as (100 per acre Deto, offered for land near Stettler, whero crops this year aro very good. Cordon Dennis. S years of age. 751 Keelo street. Toronto, was suffocated About half Toronto's bread Pmbankmenl upou which ho are on strike. was Playing suddenly collapsed. In a raid at New York 32 men were, won tha irresled tor making "hand I or lbe "Inner of the professional jolt tournament at Wli- Two Vermont golfers are on'trjalj "''ICS' to lest legality of Iho Sunday law: Two bandits held up. Walters' The Prince's Iraln slowed Ih St. Louis and got'away with }600 Lake on. Its way to Medicine Hal and the engine enjoyed a hearty drink. A tew of Ihe citizens who wenl lo the station reported they did not see the prince, who was doubtless asleep. A policeman at each door being all lhal is a miller which concerns Ihe in- diviJual. It is enough [hat he (eels, as he. is not backward to state, looked at the Prince of Wales Looked for a "BIj" Man Chief Butcher, of the pleasure of meetin Icil.. The Importance of Ihe coining; j an !s duc rrom him Unlil for some time then he asked HOT- old Loan cannoi be too slrongly i. u was. His Royal Highness replied: irlth-lhe view of stimulat- "1 am'ln my year." The Ing Lbat Interest which is necessary lo .make .it a success. The policy of the loan being raised within Ihe Dominion ;fs one which has an appealing force. Is 'elpiificant that both political BE reflected In the endorse- ,'menl 01 the loan b'y Hon_ L. Me- .Kenzie King, are at one In regard lo its necessity. Th'e proviso maile by the Leader of the ,ln his acceptance ol ithe need and utility of the loan, that the organiialipu-bf-lhe campaign and everjlllng about it should be absolute- enllrelT.nqn-politlcal is not un- Teasonable.' There' is no reason wby there' should he any apprehension that anything oi a political nature should be e loan'. Dot Introduced ID rei Trarnl_ng of Ihis-.deicriplion does not no possibly, has its _. the" public should be .matins; remdr ip'give its cooperation actievement of; what- Is -'..a 'national and indiTl'dunl cbncern'in Iho Victory Loan- thl days are draw- well to get ready to jneel theV same .'and answer the call :-ibortly 'THE CAHpAIGM -OF THE. WEEK. -'To iniki 'Ite local Y. -M. C. A. the chief gave a very disappointed grunt, and look, then said: "You nre not pended.. THE GENTLEMAN WHO PAYS THE RENT. An ankle of considerable import- ance lo the western farmer appeared in our issue of Saturday on adian hog In the European "market.! Macleod.died from the, effects of not our Tillage coim- AVc bad some nice rain, anil Ihlng? and some Jowellry.. Wm. J. Bryan predicts U. S. Senate rill ratify the peace Irealy wilhoul Important reservations. Miss Leta Uurk. daughter of Sidney Burk. ot Blenheim, was instantly kill- ed In a motoring accident. The Duke of Devonshire, governor- general of Canada, will be n visitor to Calgary about October 20. are looking good for another year. Tha only fault to be found with conditions ieins expressed by a farmer, "It is darned .hard always to live for the nexl year." Quite a lillle grain bow- ever is coming into the elevators. V.r. Dick Howe bis tafcen over the be a distinct Im- is we are cerlain that it were big man. appeared At the Municipal Hospital on Thurs- au' the Can-lday. Ong Sins, a Chinese merchant! coi The author, Mr. H. s. Arkell. Domin- ion Livestock Commissioner, has plac- ed, very lucidly and very practically, facts lo encourage the hog and bacon industry. He has drawn attention lo what lies ahead .in this Industry in respect lo the market In Great Britain. He'concentrates on urging tnal and to which all give close is the logical market for Canadian pro- very big man. I was looking for very big man; you little man. but big hotel which heart." This, the chief explained lo' urovemeul his friends later, was what his people I vin be run right.and give good ac- 'commodallon to Ihe travelling public id will be found a convenience to immerclal men.. Mrs. Ed. naa moved into town for the winter. Hoy Gold is also moving into (own. Mr. J. Campbell ol the Pioneer Lumber yard has been transferred to Bow Island. Mrs. Alkinshall and children I are visiling in Lethbridge. Preparations ,arc being made to hold a hallowTeen party al the church [or the children. allowing the doctor to operate. Cha-- lie Youns, an educated 'Chinese from Celgary. took charge of the burial j and had it conducted in an manner. The body was taken to the .Methodist church where the service was taken by the pastor In charge. The lesson and address was by Char- lie Young, who spoke. In their Ian- Centre of boyish activity In .lbe city .is one. of Uiose aims of community iervice which bespeaks its own com- 'mefldallon. It Is not 'only a present future service. In Ihe building pi a nation. Tie fulure of a nation ;wllh.its..yppng. This may ,be a bul It'cbn- veys" Eometbiog beyond a mere gener- ,'alllv.' The lamlllarlty.. of. It It, per- 'lo take away 'ihi very tslence of all It conveys. Thlp Is often Hhe experience of everyday iru.tts, and, things, are not altogether as they 4hould.be, much of the blame for'this 'Jies M lbe way we have beer, apt lo jTecOgnlze these familiar facts. I The campaign this week Is for ihe '.sJSiDS. to the .membership o: the A: so that'll may carry on :on for'.wblch the instltuUon In.thete me'mhenhlps there li known as sustaining mem- ierskrjw -which needed lo help financially. The building, li 'i sow handicapped in'lbat It has to pay ilbe- .clly the sara annually. .'iWere II nol for.lhls II would be self- present conducted, 'and !hls ah'ows careful management. V The.Y. A. wilh Its symnaeioni, j.wlih'lls swlmmlne.pool, and wilnJIs offers' those healthy' phfsfcal and menlaHecrc'allonV which mean a deal In Ihe-bulldlng'ur. of youlh physically and menially. They ...are lit antidotes lo Ihose olher dis- tractions, which for want of counter get a hold on youth. To these allurements, It Is clearly case of where the senilng of respoc comes in.- enlarge'further on the claims of M.- C. A. Is nol U "remains for the citizens ol Lethbrldge 'io respond as largely as Ihey can In ,'ITlij measure Ihe moulding of youlhful .ilncllnilipn along sound, healthy and i IU weight wllh ihem. ducers in preference to those In the countries continent'of Europe. Canadian bacon, says- Jlr. A'riell. has made-a reputation for Itself in Great Britain. He draws allenlion lo tho fact that on Ihe London market, at the present time, Irish bacon is quoted-highest in. price, while Canad- ian'is second, aid Danish third. The trade'-in Danish he observes, is now mainly directed to- wards supplying Germany and olher countries wbere a great demand for the same eilsU. Mr. Arkell is right when he states that British public is faslidions in the-choice of.bacon nnd Is willing to pay lie price (or lie article which ap- peals. This, it may bo said, Is denoted by the reputation which la attached lo Wiltshire bacon which has a name of ila own in respect lo ils premier qual- lly. American bacon, Mr. Arkell remarks, altentlon. The casket was coveted with flowers, which were afterwards carefully placed on the grQve o! their departed brother. Tlie annurxt contention of the praetors ot Alberta was held In liauff Sunday. Mr. Joseph Louter, wife and LTTO boys, o[ McCaul street, Torouto, were hurl by a motor car. SUly soldiers who hp.il scrred in northern Russia and 50 Jewish sol- Charged with, rioting. 27 former em- ployees of Ihe Standard Steel Car Co Butler, n., were sentenced to a year each. Llllle George Wnllou, of 'I-ostock Hall, Lng.. swallowed u half-penny and died before a surgeon could re- L move Ihe cola. Stolen mollou picture- fllme valued al 150.000 were found by detecllves in a coal bin In a S'ew York tenement house. An Italian laborer oil his way to a bank In Chicago to deposit lllo savings of had his poi-kcla pick- ed and lost it all. Many women falnled as bar- gain seekers packed Ihe store at New York for the opening sale pf army surplus goods. FORD'S FLIVVER-TROLLEY (Richard Spillane iu the Philadelphia Public Ledger) He Dry Ford seems lo Iiave the right Idea in the new style trolley car which he Is building. As a mechanic. Nogroes Rt a mass oieellng- Lexington. Ga., endorsed lynching of a negro accused of a I lac XI HE nnd murdering ft while woman. When R. G- Goodsall, of Frnnconia, Pa., told the court he had closed hla school lo serve as' n Juror, he was told to go tack and open IL. North German.Lloyd. Line will not If You Play the Pitno but itlll enjoj foot inmlc, why not hato i. Mason i Rlsch Plajrer-Piano In the home? A( once you can play for yoar. aetr, than constantly gala con- Irbl ot the "eipresslon" Illl Ihe music you produce cannot be from hand-plarlnf. COME IN AND PROVE THIS FOR YOURSELF .Mason t Rlich Pliycr'PLinos are sold at lo Home" samo aa our pltnoi. Eaiy Termt of PjjrrnnL lilmtral BIKk Komi th Siotes oEccr who juat arrlred Iu Taris Trorn uortberu Ruosla: The larmera In the Troclm 'illslrict lion that they are Ihe champion grain Erowcrs ot Iho province, this csllmate o[ the total crop 19 glren at 1.000.000 buahles.-Tne-foilr elevators on the Gooso .Lake (our miles south ol the loiviiof -Trochu, are crammed to Iho roof. Dr. ahd'MrE. Bugbee; of Neir Yorli, Tho have been in tho Revelstoke dis- tricl for some who filled out at Glacier hunllnj-einedi- Hon. succeeded in -caplurlnE two he has lev, equals. The trollev people few steamships left are hardly more than a thousand tons each- his father was matching him al work In a railroad yard at Chester, Pa., Fred Anlhonr. 17. fell between two cars and was killed. resume service with the U: S as in [he ill" The N'ary League of Canada is hav- PAKOWKT, Alia., Oct.. Jus a special cEnras for membership nesday. afternoon, .Oct. 1st. al the khome MrlT occurred -.the marriage of their Ulllo .Gibbqney.io. Faster C; Beabeli oE "Orion. of-; f the Jaride's Mr. ant] Tilenfr Oibhon'ey; ficiatingy The ceremony" m the and fund E throughout the Dominion, commencing .Oct. iOlh to 24th. Al- has been'aslcc'a'lori.tse JZo.OQO. presence ot twenty-eightrguesti. Afler Ihe ceremony the crowd sat down to j parlake'of e. bountious.supper which had been provided by Ihe hosles 3Irs. H. Gibbonev. After sapper wa_ over, lbe newly weds departed fo Commiltees 'are D'efiTg appointed' In' every IOKH and Tillage to heip In rArryins out the -work. The clergy. men of all denominations ore also be- ing aaked to make special mention In their semions on Sunday, Ocl of Lhe work cf lhc sailors during the [war, end also lo commemorate Nelson Day, October 21sl. mar find In his self-propelled car a way out of their dlfflcullles. As- suredly the trolley as It Is loday Is wrong in the principle. The car Is loo heavy. The power house costs arc tremendous. The expense of over- head and 'underground transmission lines is great, Mr.' Ford wipes out the power bouse and Lho transmission lines, every car Is operated as Is. an Ha own power. The aulomohlle Is almost a perfect machine. The Ford trolley car is a sublimated automobile, operated and al Alloona, Pa., park, the owner were Injured ftt street car side Five presong Plttsburg TYhen swiped an auto truck, propelling it through the front, ot a restaurant, When dismantling his shooting run on the Iracis as aro ihe presenli -ISO cigars from his slock In'a run on e racs as aro ie preseni trolley care. It 13 less than halt the squirrel's nest .near lbe roof. weight ol the present trolley.car and has 60 per cent, tho capacity. There- in large economies aro eirccted. Soon -we shall have LesLs of the new car, Good! FARMERS AND AN B-HOUR DAY (Franklin, Pa., Despatch In the New York Times.) 'a view lo obtaining the eight- This year'j Mariil Gras celebration nl Coney Island, which wag attended by persons, was for the first time and no -arrests were made. The Thompson broltieri -J., Stanley, and the honors al the Toronto and District Golf association tournament at Mis- sissauga. A commlilce of seven lo undertake Incur day for lbe farmers uf Yermngu of British Columbia 5'l vear Ihp Navy raised Bounty the following resolution has for the neit. Dominion election' Yo assist 7n lot by Ihe Venango county been appointed by Ihe executive, >e _.... j Pomona mitlce ot Ihe B. C. Liberal Assoclal lue neftij neas atpaneu iu me borne of .Mr..Frank Weeks, bnt Glassfod boys followed Ihem up HTe lhe war cf tholr fam I organizations are demanding ait I The legislative, committee of Ihe ffnl-a Ihom an rTiaHcerl Iftrilr TeS ln lne ftar' Jlany C[ IttClr IBmll- nlfu II, a Pomona Grange: 'Resolved, lhal inasmuch as various I ID view or It i subject to the dry salt cure''necessary for Its preserva- tion, hag gained an unpalatable repu- tation In Great.Britain. In Ibis res- peet wbat he says Is well worlb qnot- the lime" that this business was ;otng on, Canadian bacon, cured In irinc, all lean Wiltshire types, was icing purchased and sent to the smok- ng houses In London by (he British Ministry -The British trade, herefctfe, had'fall opportunity to com- itre 'Ib'eThigh'-ilais'Carjadlan product wllh Ibe-dry-ialL cured'heavy Amerl- an types, and then were obliged to ook on while the Canadian bacon was aken'Out-of civilian use entirely and mmedjalejy .chipped (o the armies, fan can yerY veil understand how the demand or the desire to secure this irodvc't grew in the mind of (he Brit- trade, coupled wllh Ins feeling of Inrioyance they were forced to ake Ihe-Anierlcan bacon, although hey had always heen willing lo pay Ihe. price for the heller article. Un- der conlrol bacon was soli] al a ilngle price no mailer whal the cjual- ly, find lhat. notwithstanding lbe high clais .fastidious demand lor the particular'I rade of. London. In Ibis way, the British consumer was oblig- ed to eat this sail bacqn'and piy Ihe saroo price for It 'is for Ihe very- best thai came lo the market. This ei- plalna Ihe slloallon and, while I am sallalled that Ihe feeling of annoyance agalnal Ihe American product la par- tially unwarranted, nevertheless II eilsts and for Ihe reason 1 havj Imll KINO HIS WAR RECORD. be placed in position where mill fs forced (o explain an apparenl of Eertlce In Ihe war thai ls neither enviable nor df ordinary man. In reaped vjit'- conduct during, the gj In anylhlng of duly not fulfilled, his own conscience (3 his There are Ihlngs jTajrhlch..are best knOw-n to thc'lnrilrld there are thosft-wbo from a modesty are loalhe (o air ''fc public whal Ihty hive already sub- 1' gave Ihem an old time cha'meri lortg! to be remembered. The young couple will make their home on the Charlie acques' place near George Weeks having recently purchased the lall section of Mr. Jacques for DO and rented It to Mr. Bennett for hree years. Mr. and .Mrs. Weeks and( Villie and Baby Howard leave on Saturday morning's Iraln for Mlch- gan. where Ihey will spend the winter Flailing friends. Mrs. Lewis Weeks and baby' Gerald, will accom' tany them on Ihe Journey. Mr. Frank Davis- has sold his farm, lousebold goods, machinery and lock and le'l for Mlnnlsola on Weii- liesday morning, expects to reside with hi? little family. Mr. Wm. Bennett of-West Branch, ,llch, who has been visiting his chil- dren here and in Montana, tho' past ew weeks, has returned home lo Michigan. Mr. Bennett seems to have ipent a very eiijoy'aule time, be'sald oh his.way out here, he'heard such poor reports of 'Alberts and that the people were starving out here, he was einpled to turn back, but on bis ar- rival here he found Ihe people bad lusl as much to cal and .were Jusl as liappy as Ihey were In Michigan. Many of Ihe farmers here have list- ed their farms for sslc'at 130.00 per Tho demand for Canadian bacon In Orsal Britain now lar'eiceeds the sup- ply. Iriih killings, .Mr. Artell slatcn have been reduced materially and Ire- land Is not sending lo ihe London IraSc anything like Ihe quanlliy she forwarded prtrlous to the opening of Ihe war. The British consuming pub He has never been so eager to trade with Canada on account of lhc foot ot stuff ser.l forwird and due also lo Ihe fact thai Canada, as they say, "played Ihe game" during the war. All which things are worth noting. The h6g Industry opens up a rosy financial path before 'the weslern farmer. With, conditions aa they arc he may well engage, hla ailenilon o- the same. The hog In this Increase RtlenKon bids fair (o uccomc on the wcitem farms something Ifncllon he holds In Ireland, "Thi g'enileraan who pays the rent." lies were and their children a'gbt-hour day, we, as members of Ihe sent to school and colleges. Homes, county Pomona Grange, re- asylums, schoola and olher sailor In- tilutions were helped or endowed. This year lbe league will endeavor o raise largely for the Can- adian work, and for the men of Lhe acre. The only ft Ihey have now, raand. The farmers svhat they had In land s that they sel Ihe price 'too low. They find that Fakowki land Is In de- lild not know values. The recent ralftg have wonderfully Improved the fall pastures, and made It good for plowing. People arc sflll making hay on Ihe lake bottom. October- 1st was weltered by our townsmen. If one can judge by Ihe report of guns some, of them must have gol morc than' Ihelr aharo of ducks. Calgary city council recommends Ihe use 'of Iho rotary vertical baHol so presented twelve subordinate granges Ibat the necessity ot the same candl- and a membership ol l.SOO, do hereby dales' name being placed at the lop go on record as favoring an equal working day for farmers. We feel Justified In the act, notwlthslanding lessened farm production.'1 The Venflngo county Pomonn merchant marine, sailors homes and nstituttoDs, educational work toys' naval brigades. Every citizen in Canada should be Grangers ccmposed of the well-to-do vitally Interested In this work, par- of lhe district. Icularly as the sailors did so much In protecting onr soldiers', Suf. produce, and our 1 'Ills' lioyal'lltEhn'ess lbe Prince 6i Wales, very klndlyi_cpnEented lo ba- cp'me'patron oMhci'league. FuU'parllcula'rs 'Ihe' work can be obtained' from J. A. .Irvine, 201 Leeson and Lineham MAY. BE THE R66T Of ALL'EVIL BUT'WILL PREVENT A DIVORCE JACKSON, MIeh.-f-Up'unlil Wednes- day of last week Wyganl was Iho'driver coal'w'agori In this city, but now-he Is; on his way west lo claim .two big cllher one of which will make' him Immensely rich, On Tuesday.he, deceived .word .lhal an iinels had died "in pklahorna, leav- ing him -properly' valued at f 7Je bad-npl yel recovered from :lhe lie re'cefr.ed a secpiid1 nies- Bage that he Js also heir lo acres of-valuable oil did not quit his Job on the coal wagon unlll..prlday, staling lhat he desired .lo'glye bin. employers-.time .In which fo find 'a man to lak'e- his place. Wygint'a wile, nol knowing Of her husband's sudden null for divorce against (n the Cir- cuit Coilrl. She asked'the courl (o "kill" lhc soil, hut this could nol hfe done, she'was Informed'.' MEN'S SHOES WITH CHARACTER Are what you rinrl !n our Block, .anj this proper Til as given by. our .talesmen .who Know hdw It fiU having all wMlli.i and st7lc3 (o work rroril glve3 lhc corafort [hat con only bo MUInod In a. More conllhhig ilBclf lo (oolwoar, alfo siiecfallzlng In foot eomforl nnil Our Prices Range (rom to ASK TO BE FITTED. irlOES'rtrt-XLii'AQES W. J. NELSON Co. w.a THino SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING of every ballot .will be eliminated. Chemlsl shops at Archangel aro openly selling poison to many, young women who aro buylnr'lt.with the ex- pressed l.ntenlon ol killing themselves rather than fall In the hands of the Bolahcvlkl, according to a United Irkt last Dr. Bujboe Is liletteil wllh his success, and states lhal he will bring out a dozen parties from New York neil jear. Amonj! Ihose vlip .received their war decorallona-aV'the' haiirtsT of tho Prlnco of Walea In Medicine llat were: Lieut. A.. H. Thorne, Uolh and odth batlillonB, Jjriierj- In action cross; Corpl. 0. Hal, Hath muclal nnd bar; Sergt. M. lIcDonald, Glelchen, 82nd bitlaljdn. mllllnry Pie. E. Hal, lit and 3rd C. M. R. battallonB, mili- tary, medal; Corpl. C.-D. JItthows, military: rhcdal, Ihis: was received by'hls.mother, Hii.'E. Mat- howSj Medicine NOW-. Is the time to call us about that fire insurance. DELAY MAY .MEAN DISASTER THEEDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Bilmonl Blgck, Lethbfldge Phone No. 651 You Need Never Be 'Caught YOU can keep a supply of Car- nation Milk on. your pantry shelf for any unexpected need." .Jl'slnys sweet, fresh, na pure nhd whdlcsorrto ns when it was firsl put in- the can. 'it is scaled safe nnd sterilized. Eycn -wlien the can is opened Cnrnnlion Milk for scvcrnl'days. Yelitis entirely, free from arlificiat sweclcning or preservatives. Delicious as crenm lor fruit or cereals. For llic children's drink di- lute it m'lli is emporaltd, double .'trie richness of ordinary.'milk, For cooking you eon ndd even more than the same of walcr. For Carnation is Iho ideal, safe milk-'-; as your doctor prejctibsf. Ut Carnnlion-Milk soK'ri'your rrilik problem. To-day. Buy it when you buy your grocer ia the Car- nallon Milkman. Directions On every can. "The Story of Carnation Milk" is an it.. i. -ii i interesting booklet we have prcndrcd. mi k M the only supply your H contain, 100 tested u, home nccds-you can Cnrnnlion Milk Bt Aylrncr, Onl.. Bnd we'll gladly m.il m crtry way you have ever used milk. you a Ccrnalion Milk Prodoctt Limited Onl. 5ttliU U.S.A. l tl Aglmcr mjSfrlntAllJ, Onl Carnation Milk Remember your grocer can supply you. ;