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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta umirmimiR RAHAV MONDAY, l.'O, 1017. ir 'rr-T? i Biggest Prob- most homes are fuel'-and service. When ;j the, servant the ;'fufel is happy is the who knows Shredded Wheat Biscuit, the whole wheat food that is 'ready-cooked and ready to eat. With these crisp little loaves of baked whole wheat ,the housewife may prepare in a few moments a delicious, nourishing meal at lowest cost. Made in Canada. TENDERS FOR DISCING AND SKEWING Wll" coufri'li with reliable parties bavjiiK the necessary honrc power and inai-lliiiery to double disc, seed and harrow- ICi) acres. 3Vi mllc-s east of Wilson SiJiug. Work muJt be dote is soon as is out. Apply P. LUND, Eos 1S9, ''Southern Alberta IIAS more auto- mobiles thau aivy other iisrt of Iho protirice.. Tlie automoblllsls sns tj matte the road sysleiu o( iiu< province, for'they will dewaud sood roads. They will popularlio the park lcui of (he provluco too. [or the aulompbllc brlucs the uirk wlllilu Jimlur reach." This optimistic view of Hie rojd and inirk oujlook Iti Southern Alberta WES eturessei 10 Hie Herald tills morning by Mr. D. VY. Johnson, or die lloiiRl I'arks who Is toui- rAllwrta lecturing in moving pic- tura theatres In all cities and towns lainlns (be. park .system to the people of Ihe. nopnUirlilng the parks. aud enlisting ihe aid of all Aulomobllo clubs for Letter roads lhal the parke inay be brought wllli- in reach. SpeAkliig of Walerlon (.skcs plrk, Mr. Johusou says It Is destined to le much mora-nlclilr niipn-ctated within a few years, for though it la still In ihe rough, a plan (or development has at last been mapped out, "and every yenr from now oil will eeo Ibis work csrrlej fonvarJ. "VVatortim 1-akes i'arh" doclircj Mr. Johnson. Just AS flue scenery its llaiif National 1'uik, nuil as soon Si foo Am opened up lo II, nud 'uc dAtlou for Is provided, It will beoomo Just as popular. It has an advantage In thai 1 ide- fortn' popular. It Ik's uli long. the Glacier I'prk "u ig a part or what la really Am- erica's only International park." Mr. Jolm'son fays that lrst year Cauids's park Iho country or "luoro than tho fisheries of the Dominion. This will Increase every year. Alberla shoulJ soon with Switzerland (n tlio fav- or ot Iho tourist. Mr. Jolhmon Is greatly pleased wjtli the progress being uiadc In organiz- ing automobile clubs through the routh, uud arranecnieiils arc belli1; made to h-ive lilin address thc.l.ctb Oridge Automobile (.'lib here either on Mouday or Tuesday nest, "lie hopes that us many as possible of llic members of Iho club. III be presrnl at Starlaud tonighl, when he wil speak, TENDERS FOR AUTOMOBILE SIGNS, Edraor.lon, April 2nd, 1917. Tenners will be received up to Slav let for (he supply of Automobile Markers for the Province of AJberla during the year 191S. Specilrcariolis loay be obtained on application to the Deputy Provincial Secretary, Edmonton, Alberta. U.S. WILL SEND e April Baker told Ihe-uaHonaJ defence com- mittee there ai'a enough small amis Lo equip the HrsL men; that within 14 or 18 months most of the heavy ordnance" would he available and lhat u'ilhia two 3-e Uiorc irould be sufficient equipment lo put men on a. complete fishting hasia. He. said there w men In tho country betweei the age of 19 and 25. while he es inated were available service after elimiDatipp ihose ia factories or In arts or agencies ivhere tiey. perform :Wprk necessary for preparation of the country (or the CITY OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE In order to promote the cultivation of gardens, boulevards and vacant pro- perty In'the Cilr.'a more stringent en- Lhe Cilj-Bylaw respecl- ins pOTiltryvwiH to In order, and the oTviicrs of the 1 ils are hereby warned to'keep their conrined'froin this Eubjcct to the penalties "under ibis by- 'Uw, 'I tYM-HARDY: J: Chief of Police. war anil tic men have depend- FAMOUS PRIMA DOrJNA IS FACING AN UNIQUE GRIEF April Krnes iuc Sc-liUQimiu-HcIob, fatuous prlm donna anil vro-Cerniaiv faces EU mi Hue in Iho Uulled States vilh'Germany. burn Iu Aus rla, reared In Gernmuv, is i cillzen of the United States; lia: four sons, one In the United State navy, auother a uaUoual guardsman iLo UirrJ at the tuflltnry acade and iho fourth in Gcrmaii'uavj sL khJuk." she said; ilitiy may bo shooting'at each1 oilier brother egainsl trother.1' ents or military defects. Hafeer it the war department .were called upon to i seed troops for- duty. In Europe it would do so. "When ve enter the war are we ID tight for or.wiih asbed Representative-' Caldw'ell of- New Yorfc: .r "That is a political fiues- .fonl-'than E. one." replied. Secretary made, no -direct CANADIAN PACIFIC "RAILWAY COMPANY DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES NOTICE ACTORS Earthwork and Timbenvbrk The is located. 5 'north ''of Coaldale, and ten- iDifeb'- north cast of and includes approxi- mately yards of earth- and work. F.B.3f. of. timber- Sep'araLe tenders will be received up Sail Lnfce City, [Tlah. April 1 voicing further appeal t the patriotism of Americans'as bcTn cue of the essences of. theMormo church, souadi'Dg a plea .for tempe once and physical "e'lflcfcn'cy b adopting the. lessons, ot' Kurope banishing liquor, pretlictin? the prbacli ot the niiltennlum arid a'upea ing lo members lo-iislit ajid 'die Jc the naLion mirkeil .today's session 6r the second day pf the.'cighty-se enth annual general conference i the Church ot Jesus Christ of-Lalt' Day Saints in the-tabernacle. Th conference, i concludes tomorrow. _CqNGRAtULATIONS Washingioh, 1. Prcsldenl Wilson "received cablegrams from KIuK Georjfe of'England aiid g Victor-Eraman'ifel of Italy, con- gratiiiating the pcople'antl government of Ihe Unlleil Stales on Lheir entrance Ioto Ihe war agaihit'Germany; (or selling lo noon of April 2Sth. 1917, addressed r loUhe -dhdersiEned. Calgary. nesses is Ihe Calgary_ News-Teksram. Cash rates "Buslnes's and all a word, ODC- day; 2c a word, days; 3c a word, SLI days a additional Send stamps or post ofiice order with your' ad to-News-Telegram, -G MEDIIU ras or busl-lhjs conlinued Mllicif. ral lions with his'-ivlfe, and fearing Ih the lover would carry his threat slab him into effect, John Drohom ereckel a white Laired' old ma Thursday forenoon "TOurdered CJcoi O'Bniawki, paramour, by iliooli riahs, in-, formation 'may be seen at the office Ihe undersigned and at Ihe imga- Office of the Leth- v The conljactor.will supply all labor; :bnt'all material required for the tira- will he supplied by .the Railway Company.. f.o.h- Coaldale. '_. All proposals must be accompanied hy a certified check payable to the Canadian Pacific Hallway' Company for 5% of the amount of ihe lender, to he damages should the -bidder neglect or 'refuse lo enter into a cotitracLin the event of the work being awarded to him. rt Proposals .must he made oh the 'standard forms provided. Alterations Jtheerto, interlineations or qualtiica- prices may invalidate the hid. is. reEerved to reject. any 6r v.: A. S.'DAWSON; Chief Engineer. AlberU, April 7, 1317. Ad. n him-.twice with a shot sun, at b farm at Birch River settlement, miles east of Winnipeg. THOHOUOH DL3THUCTION., Iho hlitorf uf worM tin Burl; K lliorvusli ili'tltuvtlou rlouj srmy tea that WhlclraiTinaus ousht In iiardieru QXtotvlluB Ilio u( n liuii'lri'J jullo' si' Auili.uaidor Shitiv mlo imfcllc toilLiy ul slflio Mil. "Towns' were tolnllj iho niiibiifsndor reuorleil, "lor no From Iho town bf llaui. fcyeral Nl iiorsons, nearly halt o( Uicin ul women; wero tiwny limy New Postofflce Huiliilng Near Coinplclioni. WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING FOR YODBSELF FA Ml LY HENNESEY 4 WILSON NORTH LETHBRIQGE. RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lelhbridge by .the Herkld Job Dept. PHONE THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIQHT is llial every gajniinl -.vaslied wilh it bcars'jhc impress ol purily; a purity of 'sii-ecl, cleansing oils, an J maintained by absolute clean- liness in manufacture; a- purily exalted by tlie co-operation of workers united for the purpose: a puriiy demonstrated by the "S5.000 guarantee .which rests upon every bar ol SUNLIGHT SOAP. A fiijfil.rr Ar Sirlttti h net 61 faaj ta tt- Inn'ir mftx lit Tie seme Lever on if B luinolre :cl Purily ind Eiccllucc. (From Our un-.n April seeking Tor more land' so thai hey shall have plenty for sjiuimer allow. From 'the district west d own tlio following land snip's havo eon reported West halt'for 8S-13- 5 lo Mr. McQtren- S. nnd F.. f 22-13-25 to'Mr. S. Mortimer: S. K f 28-1325 to Mr. T, Ulacft; N. U. o( to-Carl Urowrink. and Ilio W. of 2J-13-25 nnd El half W. ot 23-13-25 to J. Hnsk'er- Ille. With Increased acreage, Increased jower is necessary. Uurtilg tKo'ppafif week many makes of tractors have een Been passing through town to the places of horses on' tiio arms. ;l U may coiff.'dently 'be salt! iiiat (respects this year are better than over. There will be au Increased Lcrcage under cultivation, much n belter condition lhan previously, Better still, ihe farmers are 1n flrsl- to take care, of their land and to plow, seed anil harvest'quick- Keil year will surpass Ibis year since there will be more sumuier-fal ow land than ever. The. new post office building is rapidly nearlng completion. K Is In a splendid'position on Carman street Mr. Parkmiser. esprcls to bo. new quarters early. In May..' .The building will lie an excellent aildi'tr ion to tho main, business street o] Ihe town, completing, as it does the whole block of business places. fier. J. P. -Wefltn.111. Field Secret ary of and -Vo.urig Popple's Societies for Alberta 'ane .Uritlsh- Va's a .visitor-" It town this 6c cupied the miifil-ot theMclhodlsl church last Sundiy iqofning .'and 'if Jernoon. at -nisnl On spoke In Car mangay ion: the -Siandan Efficiency Test.1! ..on .Wpdncsday-.'H Iliinvash; School li, Carmansay ori'Thursday His visit was much appreciated .and, hoped "ihhi "the" physical statid- ard of the Canajlan will be the s'cLool and club' iri their athletics. Boys' Ban'd The Carmansay Boys'" Band is mak- ing great undor direction" of Mr. L .UHflliart.-- The boys made their 'first public, 'appear- ance on the streets on Good Kriilay. They created favorable Im- pression. Thev will -be heard 'again oa Friday HIE" 20ih .insl. The Hed Hbciety held a very Euccessful bako sale "on thiirsdai- fo 'he 5lh inst., in the rest room. The weather somewhat hindered things, but a good sum was realized for Red purposes. The Patriotic Sewing Circle Is -Joldins a big of. .Paster flowers today. The young' ladles hope to realize 5500- patriotic aiid with the -support of the people ought lo realize1''their, ambition. Carmansay is ilbt: lacgins behind other ton-US. The" Carmangay Aiito- mobilc-Club is an.assured organiza- tion. Si.vty or more members have idy been secured, with a good- ly number of such clubs in inO south' of the province, better roads will be assured, while direction arid danger1 spots will be suitably Indlcilcl.. All enthusiastic aiilomobllistE ought 'to loin. Messrs. F. Ilodje, II. HoDerls, E. C. Law, L. McDonald and Frank Craddocfc, is ihe commitlee in chargc.- Thrown From Horse1 Mr. C. Folk sustained a i nasty wrench of the ankle when he was thrown from his horse on Friday morning. Al first it was feared that he.had broken his ankle, hut later it was discovered.that it was severely strained. He Is getting along as well as can bo expected. All the teachers of town and r the district have Calgary to at- tend the Tcaclicra 'Convention.- Crisno, Jliss Fulton and Jliss Klans- sen. leaving yesterday. has resigned from the staff in town) lell last Thursday evenlng for Calgary, where she ivjil leach. one has yet been secured to MM her Dlacc. Ilpv.-cvcr, the vac- ancy is likely to be filled before school opens next .Monday. Hie I'fjih The' new Carraangay Cafe opened last Saturday, with n free dinner. The Cafe 13 situated In Sir. K. C- Law's building gn Carman street and already doing business. Our congratulations arc extended to the following upon the blrlh of Uiclr little ones ai On -Marclr 30th. to Mr. and Mrs. Green Dockcry, a daughter; on April to Mr. and .Mrs. Elmer Joues of TrAvcrs. a son; on April 3rd, to Mr. andrMre. Ingoold Flllason-of _ROH, and lo Mr. and Mrs. aniiin of Champion, a Dr. and Mrs, Bryans were visitors In Calgary this week. .Mrs. (Rer.) J. Alnnlte of Chi- cago is viEtling members of her fam- ily and her many "friends In town. Sir. and Mn. F. -T. lluuimoh and 'laughter ElizAhctb-of fllunslon, Ohio, are guests of Sfr: and Mrs. D. D. llummon of town. The price of Wingfoots is not erbi- trarily fixed. It is the riecessary result of quality that allows us t9 make the guarantee given Even at a slightly advanced they are heaping yalue. i i SIXTY CENTS a pair put black or choco- shoe stores or shoe, :repairers, a proof of quality on new We guarantee G'obdyeaif Wingfoot Air Heels to bulwear any other rubber heels you have ever worn, others you can now buy. Should they not meet this guarantee, re- turn them to us at To- ronto, or to any Goodyear Branch .and get a pair free. The Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto, Ontario. .'radically no business ivas tran- sacted at Lhis morning's meeting, of thc'city council.. Tomorrow IKc coun- cil will sil as a board or revision of llic aEsessincnf.. This will Lc the InsL session, after which the rate will Lc struck. caretaker of the inib- Anglican' cemeteries, handed n his resignation thin morning, and IJ. of the Anglican cemc- ;ery cdramlttcc woitcd on the conncj] ilans for llic ueautlfication of tlie irounds. Mr. Bowman" nnd Commis- sioner Grace wlllconfer "on Ihls raat- ler and report later. It Is Intended lo lay oul a definite plan for Ihe bcauttfication of the grounds, anil Supl. .Mitchell ot Ihc parks' dcpurt- ment will be In charBC. II: C.'Craydon lias been appoint- ed for a. second time deputy magistrate at London. RADIO PLANT J'Vv AVE. HOUSE S'cw York, April, Slates secret have dtecovorcd lL tonight, thai until', a few woDk.q ngo', a 'wireless iilan the type- cd the Mflh 'avenue home of Mrs. Jlugo daugh- ter of the. late AJolnhus Uuscli, niil- pf St.r I.ouis. Mrs. .insisted, tlist'-ehc liad- caijscil. tlie to nioycd the .moinent she existence.. ot Ms DraccljridKC, Onl., merchant is dead. r PclroRmd, April April CongrKS or constUu-' Uonal 'has declared hi of the principle .that liib Innil. uVKiit.lo lie liandcii over to the'work-'- ing clnsECs. Your dealer hna niupply of fresh Sunkitt Oransfofl day.' '.Trifs? tintformly JOCK] orar.gM. Order a doun 'isfc Uniformly Good 16 oniiiinls :iiul clowns lo cul out -.nnd sUuul Iciil'rciwly lo scl up. llcnl Plug for lop oMcnL HOW TO GET IT Send 5 Royal Crown Soap coupons wrappers) or one. con- pM }6 wraprwra) and 10 alone wllh'ypur nnmc'ond nddrcss awl wo Kill arnd you this by rpturn mall. No waiting. ROYiAL CROWN CALGARY ;