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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTUlUlHlGR DAILY 1 i. >a. ion (From Our Own Foremost. April ron- dlllons hereabout arp about Heal Just now and popular yea ECCDIS to bo llut sprltig bas CQQie._ In s places nor IU ol town Ihe main has ,beeu ccniulelely smothered. in and the over flooding of coulee .ilamraiiscsl a torrent of.waier and resulted in wash-outs Jn, places hut Hie coulee road to iha porla of Hie lown Is lilglT and dr> and [5 fast packing lula good con dtllbn. South o( Ibe town ihe grade has-. Its.bad holes but J" cllLiiai Is'reached In Ihe Kipp coulee jvliera the water bis risen couiplelel> ojvct anJ roadway, tiak IHB travel impossible. Folk comtuE Into town from thai direcifun forced lakc-the road four miles to the Hie We are Riven lo understand, though, that ihe viner Is gradually, receding from tlie grade in the Coulee hue Is [eariuff Ihe roadbed in' poor shape ior com- forlable travel. There will be a preal abundance of road work lo be done (his year around here. The heavy traffic into town is nol reflective of'bad roads, but moat everjr team comes in light, With ihe flood- ing of the roadways auJ Ihe loosen- Ing of the earth has como at) anxiety ta be back on (hp land again, anJ It Is only the heavy frost which has been ccming every erenipg that prc- farmers from sioue-dEggin? oven now. There is quite a' bit of ploughed land under water lo the north ot town, but (he hope IB-wide-j spread ihat these unprecedented sloughs will d row u cut a few of'cte gophers. There'flre'quite a'lepv of theso IHilc pests out and around now --aud many farmers are placing polsou for there, the school cblldreu -are wlili "eaoli other for ihe cenl-a-Iail bounty. There are'many other ucmlatakable signs of spring present hereabouts including spring .new suits aud even- the honking of an .occasional .flock of .wild 'geese, en route to feeding and nesliiiE grounds up in the qorthern Moreover, the baseball fever has commenced lo claim its first Tlclims and the main Ihoroughfare .'will apparently.be occupied for ivhile with vrould-be, players irying out "'their 'pitching and caichUig abllltr- Jaaging-rrdn the aruounl of material avallable'H'seenij as to he a'fairly good team formed in year, h is the intention of those .interested to get V'ouL 'and" at it "insl'as laa fields' arc'drj- enough prac "f: lice-.in comfort. ..There has been, a Iowa for" Xflon lacrosse, but lack b "popularity chill or exercise 'and baseball be our f oil year. ;Ve'ry favorable reports come Into ;mfjv-aicul, .l-ui e Hlvf r they .00 hljh or Iki'lr twltln'r Voikvrs to critkat-tye. C'ctlalnly wo hcV but; It Ihf Reins to piW thi> ivrsoua nust the Xo itfin ralislift bcins hfU uu-iuuoa sr.d the class Is Juillned-tn lurulns Joivij men who utk niora than fcc worth. If srv M-oiXers for employ men'. ATO ihai-iuta dUlrlct otters as Rre" au Uiduretuenl ss r.ny and the ull-niuud fairness of our avfrase farmer Is beyunit rop reruln of Iho (irnilns .folk up ar.d agreisl si-ile "falr unit It'.V suarand'cxl lli.it tha emrloyce'wlll receive tbe best ol con- fiderallon und nay, lor it Is alike, a prolecllon to Hie firuiernurt a llt jo Ibe hired help. Easter services were lielJ In the Union churen on Sunday oveulns. Thcrf was an encouraging luruont. ST! the church uulplt was dccortled with polled flowering ylanls whilst cut floners ilerorjled orpin. There was special musU- ot tem." 'ERS'li'SlS Montreal. Ayrll' Thai lha. ays In (UUiR ihslr srhwlulta freight with tfce railway at Oiuv-'a to uot.kUovv tuttirl- tor anJ others lulor- esled 10 make oi'Jeellpns borons i become effective. ami llial tit sows CUSPS have haJ (o depend ou iha lor llielr Informs- HOJI ilmi sUL-h uew had been filed. U commented upcn at soiuo length in the judgiuont Just Issued ttio Canadian freight association, oii which was. in cernlus the, TAX 1UU AtU, (JiVuUM, TbtfuMft Itvm 'the itt ttJJixJ vihlcti.lus ihe >VAF fur Lfl In R5 a rcwU of the TBS MONEY ALONE DOESN'T WIN AmsU'hlxm, April fc (Via IjQUdQi ITIk, humorous weekly of Uerllu n ranooii them I IK waving a IIUKP Amorlcan flsfi v-lih (he elm In ihp ol SuM dollars aiij the- strips Wa.lo o( iiank chocks, Underneath 13 loecnd "Money ilcws not glvo ltBKllu Blull an exteoslon o( Ihe advanced vklorv, dear rail pud lahe rates to Fgtt at t recently granted bv ml I way glven bv the choir anil Mrs, i'.. Clllis and Mrs. Medlmrst each Fans n solo, ilrs. J. Green presiding at the organ. These voluntary contributions to Ihe success ol tba service were a great eucourag'ernem anil formed a pleasant chauge from Ihe ordinary routloe. Ou Siindsr, April at the home of the. south o( town, the hi- finl daughter ot Sir. and Mrs. lltnilcs passed away. The body was burled at Nemlikanj on Tuesday, ihe or i" to dU'iHihiH wist of Fori Wil- liam iu western Cauada, and which has bocn siispeudetl by ihe com nils- sloiiersV The Judgnicut goes oil lo sltvte thai "it had Icvn io bur aUcntkui t copies of these tariffs not seut to ihe boards ol trail o iu vest, mid ibat some of t town" frooa .the surroundloff farm Tegkrding -the ..workiflj? con diuon of the land. Many .tanner haS'e been digging rocks for severe .days now.: for Lhe last few nights.has helped, t loosen up. There is service being conducted by C. Baker. Special service will be.held on Bun- day April 15. by Rev. A. C. Eater in'the Wild Horse school at -_'j30 io the afternoon. Oti Tuesday evcuiue, April 3. HID rnoniUs old daughter', Tluuy PrisclllD. of -Mr. and Mrs. Edwartl dy. ,of-UlrdEboln dfetrici, passed ie'tV nwoy. Service was. beld-al by lue grave-side on jay afiefnoon, ApiU B. by Rev. E. avldse, of Foremost- The sj-Dipalhy friends auJ relatives goes out lo e bereaved.' On :3lbndaj-r evening. April 2, iha _. tatic sbcleiy held Us regular eetfng al ilia home ot Mrs. W. Ro- irLs.' An encouraging turu-oul of the emberslilp displayed the fact tefesl js sUll teeping-up. On the Venlns.of.April S, the first practice as neld for (lie e society has-under course "of pre aratton. and Ihe members hope to tie to present "Little ome time In the near'future at thel rst public debnt. f We Owens, a member one of tae'-fifs I'battalions sent verscas, into our. midst. Eerved i Ihe 2TLU Battalion and .-Jtnessed some very exciting times. .e was Invalided home a' short while go suffering from the Inhalation oi wiEonbus Is. now able to be 'ou'nd In tbe of Phillips. Bros. Mrs. A. W. Birdf oi Birdsholn has gain returned'to her Home after "a pleasant trip to .the eastern prairie irovince. Smith t Cp.'s vauderille troupe n town'last week and "gave, perform- ances on.- Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the Empire theatre. Good crowds were present at both perform- ances and.the 'lioTclty of some ol the .in the-.high "and" dry: -place a foot of the soriace noif, bu in ibe low places is sti1 quite near (he lop of .Ihe soil. A Ihocgh most farmers are "gta to see plenty o I'moisture, "lob'muc -'-Is-iTiars Tvhen .4 acres o'ul ol 100 are under wale Ks.it is'on one man's land, there.LS :'-fcardljv'much cause lor great rejoi is.commnnliE the'great'abundancpV'of slou'g water" this year, Tor oiaay praii "jionfls are Jarger tban ever fefor Most ot are gradual -V. drying .up linder-the combined'pre eyre of warm Ennshine and big windc. "That this year's spring is lale i is denied by no but on! the: chronic grumbler is finding faul ,of Hie -farmers .com bine-.In e pressing1 the belief that the prosper for a successful Yield-are all the be ter on Lhis'account. '-'pro i pacts" never' "wprc 'others say; "rather have a late brea up. and fine .weather than endear Eprlc? and recurring JIosl awaiting t arrival day wheri it w possible get- back tbe -Ja they int'eii -..Ing -.to" -eilensively a ever bcfo >The here will be re- "duced'ip7a minimum ibis year, and qnlle a percentage of Lhe land crop- be be'ta certain amDUpt.'dt stubble and spring ploughing ondef cultiration. lo be sure, bat ob- seryallon rhas proven that- summer1 fallow pays "far better, even-though the acreage js-noliceably. smaller! It? far'the greatest amount of land will :.be cropped in wheat, and, ot Ihe :OUB the Marliuis seems to be.the "most popular. 6ats..and flax Lave been paying -crops, hut even these surrender a certain amount.of .--pcjiularily lor the hlgher-pric'ei 'fol- .Jen grain. t Some of Ihe farmers south ot lown have already ventured out on Ihe land and they'jiim-ihe places, quite: Et for harrowing. Vcrj' few haye "veplurcd out the the. di'sca.as ,ypt: because ,o[ Ihe amount of mots lure and frost still fn on the average level but the opinion is broad cast thai hy Ihe middle ot this week the 'horses .will be bacK in the harnesH r again for-.-'lhc season. Iri'a cerlaji! degree (he farm lalio; affcdcd si learned of the jiroixiscd tucreases row ihe (Special Monarch, April e' Hcraldl way freight ias been through here for some" time II. Ilaun was In ipyvn today, IJis car looked like a moving- lumber yan when he went home; _ Farmers arc nOw at iticii work and the 'most of- them have their land iu goad shape. and." More Sunk) it Or. are ripening for you Cali- forniaL Eat thiM 'uni-> t ulncM. Order Siinkist Uniformly Good Oranges ClKM.Frail .r 'I'll.l' acla wori-.grcat applause.. H was ittle from the ordinary, and he change did-us all-good. OF C. AT MUST GO Medicine Hat, April eitj council tonight decided to widen North street.. This work will cut off i considerables slice ol the part adjoin ink the dta .Ion "and a row ol large, beautiful trees will need "to be" removed. The widening of this street has been vexed, for years, but. the rights "of properly owners on tha street 'and Lhe convenience the public have ieer- declared lo be more important than Hie saving of Ihe C P. R. park as.it slands. The widen ing of the street will' cost'about SODC anxiety h thc.dlslrlcta'hereabout. Some of Ib tarrncrs wnq'spent the month v.Vback back hlr Are, qnlt oplimlsUc regarding "ihe- successfn FOlving -of tho hired help problem Such thtfugh, aa have as ye ho.hclp sefured, are a lilUe uneaty. yourself of stomach misery and Indl- Cgabiless_ Ihfs" district hag-received geatfoo five RAPE'S, FIXES SOUR GASSY, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. RIES COMJMC IN FRESH EVERY HOUR. OUR GROCERY BUSINESS IS A SUCCESS, THANK YOU.-. WE ARE ON THE JOB TAKING GARE OF OUR CUSTOMERS' ORDERS, FOR THEY-KNOW" Vr'E HAVE SEEN SUSY GETTING '-'IN NEW FRESH THEM. OUR STORE IS A ONE-PRICE STORE. THAT fs: WE MARK OUR GOODS WHEN WE FIRST GET THEM AT'AS A. PRICE AS OUR CAN BE SOLD WE SELL TO EVERYONE AT THIS SAME LOW PRICE. GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDEH TODAY. If what you Just1 ate Is feouribg'c our slomacli or Ufi3 like a lump o ead, refusing to. digest, or you belc as and eructate sour, undigested foot, r hftTc.Q feetingiOf dizzluess. hear urn, tullness, .rftusea, bad la'sle. 1 ..o'uth and stomach headache, ca urely'sct-rellef In minutes. _Ask- your, rharmacisl to show1 yo he formula plainly thes ;tty-cent cases Diapepai hen" you vrill understand why-dys- peptic, troubles of all litads Aiusl go, and why It reljevca sourr-out-of-order stomachs or Indigestion In fire rain utes. ''Rape's Diapepsln" Is harmless; astes like candy, though each dose will digest and prepare for assfmlla- Uoh-hilG-tae-blooil all the footi'yon eat; you go to the lahlc with a healthy .appetite; bul what will mo.il. Is Ihat you l feel that your'stomach and Intes- tines arc clean and fresh, antl you wl not. need to resort to laxatives or liver pills.'for biliousiicss or This 'city, till have many "Tape's Dlapepsln" cranks, as aomc people will call bul you ivlll he enthusiastic about thts splendid stomach prepara- tion, too, It ydii ever (ahe ll for Indi- gestion, gases, he art turn, F.ourncss, dyspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some now, this minute, and rid Oranges, per 'dozen, 35c, 40c and OrsngeEj Bull DaaSj per dozen, 35c, 40c and 45c Tangerine Orang'es, 25c Marmalade Oranges, Hpz.-'.. 50c Lemons, large size, 30c Head Lettuce, 2 for 25c 'Cucumbers, elttra-fanty 35c Radishes, 3 bunches for 25c Green Onions, 3 bunches for 25c Celery, 20c Spinach, per'lb...........'. Rhubarb, Strawberries; frVs'h, basket, 25C House per Ib. 35c' 35c tins'for 45 c Corn, 2 Unsjor 3ic Succotash, 2. t iris 35c Asparagus, Gold Bar anJ i Lib- Cocoanut, fresh 'grated, In tins, with milk, ttc DM1 PicKfes, in tins, each 25c Oltve OH, genuine French La Perlle, and 9Dc Creamed Chicken, "A la King1 Ready to serve on toast or I Dairy, per Ib. '..-.........-50c patty shells, per lin 40c 4 Psanul Butter, 25c Short Cake, Burns7 real'Scotch, large cike..............' 15c Tins, 40c and Burns.' Real Scotch per pound 45c, Paekage, 2 for.......... 25c Coffee, Our Own Blend, Bean or fresh grouncf, 3 for Tea, Kerr's Special, per Ib'. 45c Lime Juice, Montierrat per battle Fruit CaVe, per 40c PicVles, in bulk, Heine Sweet Mixed and Sweet Muttard, per pint 20c Gherkins, per Chow Chow, pint 20c Ged. lieirr PHONES H53'arid I3S5 PLAN 10 E PEACE l.onjou. ArHI ol Mini Vivonn Hie "Vrtti (or Uvlli I'iiiil liorc Ciii't'l'iilly sclocU'il .stoclcs in varioty of styles, sixes iiiul colorings. suit :ill tin! iJcujjlft In this locnlitv.: l Coats and (jiIKLS1 GINGHAM AND An cilcnelvo collcctlo'n nf desirable styles ..'hi u wide rango colorings, Plfiin, check or slrliic Ages two to 3lt years. Prices 75c up lo AGES EISHT TO FOURTEEN YEAR6. Pijccs ljil.25 np (o 'to fourteen years. Table Figs, California, In pkgs., 2 for................... 25c Dutch Onion Sets, "yellow and white, 2 Ibs. for SSc1 Multipliers, 2 Ibs. for 45c Pineapple, Libby's or Gold Bar, Un, 15c and 25c Creameltes, Spaghetti, and Mather's Vermicelli, per' package 15c Biscuits, Ginger Snaps, Socii.il Tea, Vanilla New- tons, Cocoa nut Wafers, 2-pVgs for 1.. I..-...; 25c i Chill Con IBc; Soups- Campbell's or Van.Camp's 2 tins for 35c Clams, per tin Saur Krau'l, p-r- tin'' 25c tin 70'c Honey, in 55c Honey, quart sealers Corn Flakes, Kfinkk, 3 pkgs for 26c Olives, piain or stuffed, 20c. to....................... Olives, in bulk, per pint 30c Dutch Tea pkg. 15c Butter. Cardslon and Crystal In a big range ot styles. GOOD: MODERATELY PRICED i'd Check Coals S' PLEATED SKIIITS In while, navy nctl tail onlv. Blzos from S lo'U years, Made; nicely with .belt. FuncV Irurimcd "collar and cuffs. -Tjlncd-lhroughoul. For. .n. C A to fourteen years. Each :V. v -t .Plain colors 'of also, black .and ivhite .and Sizes .three'to-slx Vpars. H AA run at anil......... ].J.UU Dates, in bulk, per Ib. .-------20c Loganberries, per package :i'f 20c Water Glass, per 20c Quick Puddinj.'T Tapioca and CuiUrd, each 15c -Biscuito, McVitle. .and Prices' assortment. Prices per Ib. 50c Donalco Brand, an excel-. Kigh standard lea., Old price, per. Ib. Shredded Wfieal Biscuits, "lute r for Puffed Rice Cream of old price 25c'.' the oravy Waher, pkg. ISe 313 FIFTH STREET WE SHOULD CLOTHE BOY IN THIS DISTRICT LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK, WHICH IS NOW READY FOR THE SPRING RUSH. litlE SUITS from all .Norfolk or. plain pinch Jilted rom a wool L'.yeetls aiicl "English worsteds In neat patterns anil in light inc'dlnhvor.dark colorings. All the lievvcat' siylc touches ivill be foiiml (n bur'sfiririg Ten to sixteen years. Prices run ;i O, ami .Suits Xorfolk anil styles, niaile uji Iwceds and worsteds for lilllc tellows, 3.r lo 7 yearn old. I'rlccil at 51.00, 55.00 anil ,1 AVuisIx _ JIailc from ao.ft flaimcta, zciitiirs. .cainlirlcs, beach "clotli antl vcsllngs. Sizes G to 15 QAr years. J'rlceil at 7Bc, S5c and-----........ -i. i for Uo.vK'ninl Girls llnnilrcds of .Irats for all crash, straw, linen ducli. o nA Priced from 35c lip to Rompers and the Kiddies styles lo-show.ybii. Sylnntliil rriccil 7oc, ijil.00 anil Boys Suits nlcsl vnrlcly we've ever shown.. Very olora, Cnnmllan and made gc rsinge iip in Jpli. In Ihe Etenlcsl variety we've ever shown.. Very 'smarl styles- l colora, Canadian and made goods. 1'VHvrtli Avenue Doiniuiou HloeU ;