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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Guaranteed to be made exclusively from thc ingredients specified on tlie label. E, G1LLETT CO. LTD- TORONTO, CANADA Winnipeg Thursilas- afternoon Tvas a busy llmo deil oi 'these schools we V -I1 V V V V V RED CROSS NOTES fvjr own S.-Mr. UI3 nlth a which KiU- Smllh Co.. laW our oa AJociiar olltt. TlltJ hlsh dsM show, but II vu to Iht Ljfdl talKill pljy on I'.F.A. on SHurJiy iva- well b> Miss ol K.l- luoutcn, superlntnulent of wotuoii's Miss land, iftc trie faiherlQg on ihelr resuU WRF hi CoaMaie. 'Irurlnjr' the Mr. llrlsjs pnlertilneJ (he sons an4 lecilulloii. Tlip ortlccrs of Cqaldiir's flrsl >ro- fu's Instiluio nre'SF follows: I'resl- Jeiu. Johu Davidson; vU'f-prosl- rlent. Mrs. r. C. Norton; titrttary- ireasurcr, Miss U; direc- llass. Miss N'on Macintosh. Mrs. T..P. One noticeable feature on Tuesday evenicg was the large number of car era who attended the local laleni pla Cars were luere galore. They were there from all over and there vnia n correspondiug absence, of borses lied to the lielshborlilE fence posts. Surely this Is a mark of prosperity. D. J. McArlhur returned on Satur- day from a tllree ruouths1 trip to the Dakolas. Sonie arriveJ liere ou Sunday. Luads have completed .a warehouse Donald 11. Co. of Winiil- peg to Open Hriinch of C'al. gnry Otlice a ticruunj Jurli't IliO all ottlcvd lu J (u[ IU'1'.. bulcttrla. mtd Tur- j kfJ1. bo D' Mall (rum llu fomijrlJj rned rm'lvpil. In I'lo I'ultfJ Blotci, suit lOrnsril 10 III unimiunr.K .VVVH.Y. 'it) IMPRI OUlcm SlunJIng IvrtrrM tot St, IVKfi Si I'.uL 1 ,-'i, Your Grocer sells it. Costs more than the ordinary kinds. S become so marked lint rs are beginning to be [ooKInK for lte's here- u U BunbunceJ loJsy '.hat hD Donald 11. Bain Co, of Wlnnlpi'ij. ubolrfaltf proeers. liavc n branch hero wlili Mr. K. (5. McKlllop in TIio l.cCtibriilse office for Ine time being ivlll bg a trench of the office, but It Is eipectcd ihnl with the growth 'of south Ihey will In the near [ulu'rr'6ji- en up n wirehcrufe. G 11 (Irmssy Our Lake. Ayr. -Mrs. H, K, v :v: i eiteosion to ibelr. ar_e -J ff f (r v loslclling a frill llne 'Of1 jirrii' roai'liiii- ail" liolMw. ihlcb u-hl lit V Weir relumed on Monday Trom cine Hai after pnenJlng Itic we roluttves there. S. I.ogan who lias Lecu seriously .HI lili inieiiiuonlft-ity tho MeJlcJnp ifat tiospKal. c-itiio home Wednesday, much improved, -j .Miss Ethel Hlnck. of Fort cwtu, is tlie guesLiof Haley. L There be 3 lied Cross dance 'Ii Ferry Hall .oh the eveiring of Easier Monday. Taber orchestra will .'fur- nish the music. A good lime Is as: shipped lo Calgary from Ihe local i April SI sheets, binders, 636 pupils of Ceiiiral and 252 T' tFroDi two'till thc tailed 156 Ion-els, 120 day 79 pyjamas, cases. 103 focieniation nrlngers, 4S bags, 24 bath towels. 12 surgical stock- Ings, 6 surgeons' coats, V> nurses' by Lieut. W. J. X Tbe compati- ic-sfwerc under command' of Cadet Capt, Ceo. McKlllop and presented a fice soldierly appearance. They ircre'i aprons, 72 pairs 3 pairs slip- highly complimented by-LleuL N'elsoa as a amtrvrftcra basts so-needed ip the great war' FrpiUi.inre5 till four ered. in Lhe audltbriuib Itey lis- lecetl io a fine leciure by Prof. J. 'StcplicDs.1 principal oj Claresholtn'Ag- ricohural scnGolfrwho the boys Eirls.soTne spleudid-adtice which DarioK B dfsplly of was h5. sects were lurijcrl over to the l.CXD.E. In llie p cnre or Mrs. G. W. Robinson and Mrs. ladies, of. the order whq warmly .drtyi sillily in this, Ji'ne of Jm'proiirpiu ad- dr'egacs we're wide by the pup-Is oh by ol oiclares .rd the" I.O.D.B. Altogether the n was most pleasant, and pro- rs. Scp'tl. chairman ol BRYAN OFFERS TO GO llahziSSKe. Apr. Secrptap-.of Stale Bryan today seiil tils "mefiage to Wilson; "EicUeflng It Id be, the duty. ol- each citizen to bear his pan. ot Lte burden of wapTouJ his- of its perils, 1 hereby the gpv- ernmeuj. me .as a pri- l.-am1 ceeaeil-i.- Jbtk tiaT Iiean do. Until caHe.-l, to'ljc shall.; ibrongh LKiTRe'd contribute lo the com- fort of Iho soldiers in Itie hospital, Ihrpiigh (he Vouug lien's Chris- the district Pfec only Tray io E to keep the goods The school clnacs today for Easter vacation, to reopen on.Monday, April 16. The standing ol the" of 'the school tor Marrli is -Mies Hunt's Tooni, Grado A, Dorothy Hyile, Sam Prontroivsky, Gmde'HrjIlo- bert Garcmach, George" Ekeloff, Joe Baldwin. John. Pronlkoweky, Jaiues Caropfcell. Grade C: Luetta Hyde, Bcnlrlcc Showers, Grade II., Dertel Ekeloff 7S; Ber- ernice Showers 77, Robt. Donaldson Chas. Pederseu-CS. Dorothy Fila lova Cl, Burton fhute 55. Geo. Hoiicy- 53, Lucy Pelleller .-IS. Gratia IV. Isabella.BaldVin CO, Ale: Pronlkowsky iv [ng nest week. Mrs. Geo. E. Porter, of Captain Porter, who is now'la training at Shorncllffc camp, Engiand, icr, Miss llelma. formerly of Gr'ass> Lake, were down from 'LcLhbrlrtse where they arc pon-' njakins their home, on ilonilay ariil 're- newing olrl actjiiainlanccs. Alberta Provincial Police force, lath qf Grass} Lake, but now stalioiied iu DoW Is) was in toiirirJTohJay. Mabel shiali daughLo'r'oi Mr. and A'rs. EiiiJI iras lah en lo Island with tt bad pnemiionia: TLts week was very lo'ir aiid' lier 'recover: but. last ToporU arc sh dlvcil or iicrmli i on i lo lie cijiodcil (o Fliall be ullly uf n'thul'ar flno. MEXICO HAS NOTHING TO SAY ileilco City, Apr Carcla Vroz. dciljiR mln'stvr ol furulgn nr- iilrs. tlecliucd to forecast or Iho nttllmlc of Moileo in view at lEe. Jpclarallou of war between the' Stales and lie tlc- _ _ ho had received no formal tio- mid" eald lie could not discuss attitude nnlil I'resldent-Klect Cflrranza bail been formciUv, notified hftt a atBto or Mar exists. Other can 'officials were equally reticent, 'jCncral CarraniQ und other leaders I'ivins (alien tdvantp.go of the liollday oi stay away'froin their offices. ENDORSE WAR RESOLUTION London Apr. resilient or fiojoumlng (n London liold a. ineet- ng in Queen's hall-lo endorse tho ac- ,IQQ of President anil tbo Aui V.A nallDuaririsliluLlon'.uiiriTap fcri'ln Canada as'regards'ihe JriJ ternaLlona! _ iIEsMncllon., Us co'mpletcncBs 01 buildings t-nd general nqulp- jLOCAL-. EXAMINATIONS IN WESTERN .CANADA, JUNE -..S AND JULY, 1917- f 'Western appllcaUons must be in on-or before May 1st. Send for Year Book of L3lfi-l7 and-nainphlel descriptive, of the Women's Hcsldcncp.' He repons good ondition. PAID A Albany, X.Y., ,Hcnry hipps today the 'slale' rons'erra- on in settlement I fines against him (or illegally trap- jug durks at hia cslatu ol Wan- agn, Lonp Fslaml. Slate game -pro-. cctors rallied ihe estate on' Fcnrviarv 0- ivhen 442 Jive nnil 25 dead wild ucks were seized. .TENDERS r AUTOMOBILE '-_' Tenders received up'io Haj I6t next for the supfilV "of Markers for the _ Province'of 'Aluerln ilunns'1 the year red 01: ..dicatipn to Hie Deputy-Provlnclti Secretary. f THE GIVES, YOU TWEHTK.MS-Jfl PAY An immense area of the moat fertile land in We si tin Canada for Bale at low prices and tasy terras ranging from 5H io for faim lands with ample rainrall-rirrigaled lands up to (SO.' ;OneTlcnth balance if you vrish wllhin-lwealy.ycars.. In ceclain'aieas, land for ivllbout conditions.. In iitigalioh disuicLs.toan fDisarm buildings, etc. up ten I, Here is'your opppilumiy to farm holdings by gciiuig adjoining 'land, or to secure your friends as 'neighbors, lror tileralure and par- 'tic'ubrs apply lo Allan Cameron, General Superintendent Dcpsrlmint of Natural Kesbuices, 9Cr? First Street East, Calvary, Alia. ELKS CLUB Alberta Block leading Room. riling Rodm, ,HII Thursdays. Vlclllnt 'ineiubcri wel- come." W. Exiled Ruler; 0, B. Frfflflit, Room 4, Albert! Block, Hccrciarr. Lor.aJ 'Agents WILSON i 3KEITH 'Sherlock 'Bldg.1 A. J.Blackburne to.-; Acodla fllock, Third' Avenue' Phone J343 Lelhbrjdge REAL ESTATE An Ihosc Imvine. .houses Tor reiiu'esicil .lo" Hst -Ilicnw with us h's we'haVc'liuycrl." I' ('.PHONE 105} GLASGOW 10 POBTi.AHD.ME. FOSTLWO HAUFAX reservist Jofcanrita vont 'AHenhcrfj, also a vcre ar- rcslcil here today. In'VVein's trunk founij .dresses -anrt-j-a Wei n -wag rc- Von Altenherg fias been hers several months and has been seen around the steel plants. v- Tonfghlj Clean .Your Soweli and Sfop Colds, Sour Gel a 10-cent bos now., Tupn the rascals headache, llcusuesa. the sIcX, sour slomacli and bad turn them out tonight and keep them out with Cas- carels. Millions of men lake z [Tasearet now and then and never know; L he' misery caused 'a 'lazy liver, clogged ho we! 3, or an upset, stomach Don't, put In another day of distress. I.cL'.Cascarcls cleanse 3'our atoiriach; remove the sour, fermenUng food; take thc excess your liver and carry out all the conallpalciiVasle matter and poison lnL the "bbwcls. Then you will fuel great. -'.-V Cascar'el you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A Id-cent box from an? drug R clear head, aweet stom- ach'am! clean, healtliy liver and, bowel i for months. Children love Cas YE pLDE F1RME ANNOUNCEMENT Those f.nritni? it diftc'ilt lo see John P. Kyc-Slght Specialist.' during Ing; appoinlrr.enl al Hotel Dallas. carets they" never gripe-or stclftn.' -AtlTcrllsemcnl. 7" YOUCANDOBETTER- Grand Pianos Pianos Player Pianos essnt. This is the OffY.COaOS. M ENS .WEAR. BOOTS SHOES LETHBRIQGEJ CABS TO THE. DOOR Were never-mare in demand than at pr of satisfying the requirements of the moM'-exacting "musicians and music lovers for over sixty-six' yean, Thc management has found it neceiiary.le. open .show Vborns for South Western Alberta fn Lethbridg'e. st6cVJis.on view In ARMSTRONG R A WORTH'S STORE, where salesmen be. pleased to demonstrate the riuper'lor quality of this the'''ARI8TO-: CRAY AMONG Si i' 5 Terms made Your Instrument .taken is.rpart- payment. Ji "V ADDRESS: CO., l.vv- 'LETHBBlDGE J. HARRY. ALEXANDER, 'Dislricl1 Manajer.' ......_i l_ r. t Aultrnari-Taylor Tractors Allwork Kerosene TYactors Develop. 28 belt and 14 h.p- al drawbar. Has 4 cylinders, Automobile, type front axlesj roller bearing, rear axle, -self ollirig. sl'scl gears fhorouahly protected from dust. Develops I bs, "draw- bar puU'a'nd Jb's. on low geaV.." Twa'-spted Iransmlssion working 1 in oil'. This tractor carries the largest 4-cylinder engine we know of on any 3 plow tractor. It sets crosswise on the frame, thus giving direcl spur gear drive. ,Ne bevel gears. Bell pulley IE- on direct. line, with- crank t Waterloo Boy Kerosene _ 12-24 h.p. are equipped with a patent kerosene burner which from to in expense. Easy accetal of all working parts saves. lime In making adjustments; This tractor is very .simple to operate and is strongly guaranteed by a manufacturer. Its success. Is beyond qvettion. Gity Tractors A'Blze'for every, Tarm and size keroiene and dislillate.' as well as for built In following sizes: 60 6 cylinders; 40 h.p., 4 cylinde'ri; 25 h.'n., 4 cylinders; 15 h.p. 4 cyHndera. Every tractor has the famous patented Twirl Clly Sleel Girder. Frsrjie. I v fvm ..yVE'WJLL; BE PLEASED TO DEMONSTRATE THESE ENGINES' .ANYTIME: i--1 -i i McGleriagKan J Taylor 1 .1 ,'i ROOM 2, ALBERTA. BLOCK, 'AND SALES .AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBtRTA ;