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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY OCTOBER 28, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKRAJ.D Canada's National Fish Day Food Board Asks that October Thirty-First Be Meatless Day and that Two Fish Meals Be Served-Honor the Fishcrnian Who Will Soon Be Facing the Winter Gales to Garner in the Harvest of the Deep. Pacific flatfish like this, Including brill, sole, plaice, flounder* nnd witches, are now selling at an extremely low rate throughout the whole of western Canada. Their popularity Is increasing every day, and they have found favor In the East as well as the West. Tliii lusl. day of October stands out. In the calendar for two roaBoiiB this year. According to the time-worn custom, it will see the celebration of Hallowe'en. Kb . war t\nie significance In Hie calendar, Hob in the fact that il Is Canada'b Notional Klsh Day. It may corao as a surprise to many to learn that Canada, has u national fish day, formally Inaugurated by the Canadian Fisheries Association in lit 15. and procursor of the American Sainton Day, which Is now a national institution. The Canada Food Board asks that uexl Thursday, the 31st bo mado an absolutely meatless day, and that fish bu used In every home. If. this is done conscientiously by all and sundry, the snvInK In moat will Amount to three million pounds In round numbers- sufficient to provide half a pound of-meat per man to six million of the allied soldiers on the western front. In uddittoit to what, it enables us to' semi overseas the National Pish Day is Intended to do honor to the brave fisherman, who, wltb. the coming of November, begins his stiff fight with storms, gales, cold and all the hardships to which his cluss falls heir. Year in, year out, they toll at great personal hazard, to satisfy our demands, and special remembrance if surely due them for their valiant efforts during the past three or four years when the perils of war nnd ruthless submarine campaigning have been added to the danger that attends the sea-faring life at all times. The annual value of Canada's fisheries ut the present time Is approximately $52,000,000, but tack of the fish lcou-stick cinnamon and whole�cloves,. Put tho apples into tho syrup, cover olosoly arid cook until mono without stirring or breaking tho pples. Rnmovp carefully ,o a' dish for serving, nojl syrup dowt. and pour tt over the apples for serv.ng. PAGE NINE of the gospel, the savin, ner, the healing; of the.s .1 tho wising of the ootids, i). Baked Whlteflsh Clean, stuff and bAdd the substitute flour| a' the dough' state always, as substitute flours do not stand f"tin.'illation a� 'Well as wheat flour. Rye Muffins 1 cup liquid 1 tablespoon fat 2 tablespoons com syrup 1 or 2 eggs 4 teaspoons baking powder I teaspoon salt i'i cups rye flour standing will give, you rest." Also "if ye continue In my woH-yo shall know tho Truth and tho Truth shall make you free." In oilier words, know that Ood Is not the giver, author or sender of disea.se or liihnnnony of any doscrip-i the raising nr the flctid*o ,) Hon, that It. is not. His will. How many! told Is the last, enemy in , times .lesiis said "lie not afraid,") why do we go on Uiiul nhoillA be no! see Hint It's ! he' 1',-ay j gnlevvuy to heaver. V ('n n and doubl of the good thai Is dragging j friend? Didn't our Huvb. .. so many of us into the depths 'of mi.--] body tlnf same after He cry? Why do wo not do more logic - fore it, when others. Hi reasoning und'reali/.e the ('.oil who is'put an end to him? 1,'  Infinitely and eternally good, thereby] in you which was ii'lrfo m  living the" perfect love that easteth' that same mind will In :' ' on, four. "He that. bi-Ii,-vi-i f> on mo i blind, the deaf, the lame the duml and tin! works Hint 1 do. .-lui 11 ye do i and even raise the dead which is tin also, which works w^re the pi caching j jiuul victory, Mien .shall war >t the sin- i strife cease forcv . Kven our dm to and even vvhc, are c(, conscientiously '�'ori:!' tlii W" arc- for .'i better health oiiditi * roved, �villim-ly exchange � full ptir-e lot :i. '.'".I III |.-.tc-f(||. b;i ppy llOlllf t !i 11'":]' I ::; ' inv|ie:i rirli! ro.:icc|.: inn of life, many of ibei '!'. o-ii iiis have done so. This fight idea i. th  in lie. ; casting aside of (�sir. worry. -m\, i In-;, bad i and doubt, which are the cause ,, ,'�. mind be '; ease or a'disease germ. When.our Sat . � .le,.ns. i ionr did the healing work lie �  ii!,. the'the belief of disease, nihilities ts. etc. and saw only the perfect. � i iiic-haiigeable and uncliangetl. i!:d all Itaiher limp \var another mask the rid .-ho-ihl remove the one that lias '>�'.' been worn 0-r n�arly I wo thousand >H *-;,r :h.i- ,i 'u,:-lini- end su!>,'i-� �. "il" � " o.ie rit'iil tiiiniuiiL' or right ASKS TO BE DRAFTED AND BUYS $1000 BOND 'i i I'l n  in c ol i having! : ical' ; to 11 ii. i:. it.. ii > > * * ? * : ? THE CLOSING OF THE CHURCHES : > ?>�>' We nil know the closing of tho churches and the opening of tho theatres since tho present epidemic was a groat inconsistency, not an international wrong but a mistake. But why close the churches? Tho church If fulfilling Its mission is a huven of^'oat, u placo of refuge, a surcease from pain, sorrow, sadness and adversity of every kind, surely not a place of contagion. We are told tho prayer of faith Bhall save (heal) tho sick. Instead of thU wl�at do we find? Tho moans used for the endeavor to heal the sick and sorrowing-tho drug, tho knife, a change of climate and lastly a cheese-cloth mask. What can wo oxpoct.' any bettor than what wo soo today wltlrsuch a divided household- a cuso of suffer It to bo so now! How (tan wo uny longer think wo are worshipping a Ood of Love and at tho same time worship a Got] of disease, war.otc, Jesus said, "Come uuto Mo. all ye that labor and are heavy laden and 1 will give you rest" I. o, "Come Into a right iitidei'Hluiidlng of Ood and man's relation lo God nnd this uudor- ;