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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE six run uftiinmikm. IT, DON'T GIVE UP bopo ol bstnt If.jrcu come chronic tan Eid JUm-Bui hu cured lte-.mn-.li of obsllollo rlto-v Tht superiority of Zini Dat from mre hfrbal comrwlilaa (lie tiill nvhlch -hcillnt are bleudeJ. -Klm-Buk wntilni none of thfl anlmsl or polscnous 'mineral druss ifblch ire to) found In common ointments, but la ell medicine. So reSnrf are the htrbil esHncia In Zam-Bus: that Ihe bilm has un- 'nsual powers of penetration, and vhcreas an ordinary ointment re- on ISo surface skin, Zin- Buk reaches the unjerlylns Usseei tho disease springs from. !l then kills the germs and cures from IJie root'up. Zaiu-Buk cures are Ihus thorough and permaueoi. j 2am-Dvk Is of nnlqui value In 'caring eciema. chronic sores, ul- cers, ringworm, boils, blood-poison' and piles, as, well ns cuts, 'burns K-alds, and all skin Injuries. ,AI1 drujglsts or 'ZiM-Buk To- roalo; oOc. for SI.J5. flood Homes Kslnblished rintl Many Improvcmonls To Crop Dig Area liss Additional Class ified Advertising PROPERTY SALE FOR modern house on 611 Ave. A. S, -ix rooms and bath, full" concrete basement, first class condition. A snap for cash or would consider' terms Apply CoDvbeare, Church. -McArihur fc Davidson. TOR lots in WuDing- lon D. C., dry, located four miles from capital bids-. 5500 and up. Taies per cent- per 3100 value. Write Skopal, P O. Del Bonlla, Alla- g FlbR lisrs snaps In-city property. It you want to' hu'y a home at a bargain and ou M. P. Johnston easy tenns, see us, fc Company.- Cirmanssy, April Durlaj past vour correspondent spent most ot h'ls tlnlo Ifav throusb the sulroundins illsl.-ict. On every there sre sljtu o! great aetlrity, ploushlns. seeillut. rolllug go on apace. Every ilsy one sees Eouietbbg tew IntioJuced Into farming, and yet the old things ire not driven out Be- side the sletm and gasoline engines are :to be seen huge great horses, broad of limb, dolug their part In turn ing over soil. Bui In the race to ralsa more aud yet more, wheat, the old methods nre being outstripped. Your correspondent could not bal think of tho patriotism of growing wheat at this time. It bas long been foreseen that If ever Knglsnd be- came occupied with a great war tho question ot the wheat supply would becoma a weighty matter. The farmer who grows more wheat this year lhan lasl year Is doing a patriotic duty. Today, as always, wlieat is mouey and money Is wheat. It mailers no whether it Is tho laborer who give. his weekly earnings for bread or tlr Wall slrect flnancler who loans mil the object la the same wheat So, slnca Ihe object ot all Induslr. Is really sacks of wleat, the more ihit cia ba jrowu to satisfy Ihe need. the better for the world, and the more money to the producer. Auolher thing ibal was noticed was tha Increasing number of good houses iiid excellent barns. The countryside Is transformed. "From one Email ele- vation to' tlie east of town your cor- respondent easily sawslx new barns and two new houses, and Ih'ere are morb to. go lip In the small radlii! u'Edcf -obssiTstiOK. -The same js true wh'er'ever-one (urns. There is no doubt' about the. prosperity of the Southern Alberta farmers. nj wllh i I. iy Cur Uf. Mr, Mn, J. llfy party lor Mr. li-.i oa [went Mr. MM, Vi Mr. snj Mrs C. W. rickuis 1 a Couk, Mr. nil Vtcd IWjf, Mr. and Sirs. II. yiclulMh, Dr. and Mrs. Lynn. Miss KfHh, Mr. Kotwi- on and Mr. B. Mr. sud Mrs. II. Mii'Inlosh and 'imlly Left on Thursday for tfcslr uew lorno' in Plucher CrceV. Mr. Mucln ;oili has IsVon over iho crMiuery at vwim. Mr. Hoberlson, Mre. Mac- Intofli' hrother; jccowpinlcJ Ihem On iliolr last In wilrvl (lie sues" o( Mr. and Mrs. J. Ibsy. A number ot friends al tno als- ;ton to say farewell and wished them every success In Ihelr lioxr Imsluess. D. OUnd resumed on night from a short; trip to S.isXiuvfce- Passengers to Lethbrldse on Tliurs- from Cardston were Mr- Uoyd Calrncross Mr. and Mrs. llartlD Woolf. M.r.. Mrs- Clinton and 1-amsr Hepplcr. Mrs. Lomnr Heppler Is In the hospital nt J.oth- brldge having eouc through an open- lion. Last reports were thai she was as well as could -be ei- IVtN'W Our Cwthursl. Apr. cf cal vM-lluwN Iho fdrlUi'M tiivn for loiuc (vi-JIrlliif vy fdll ol snow Iwloro i-loirs up. li iiTe'iiuv l tsMuK this morning thp (ullllnuiil ot ihla vrophecy wo niny luoViiir westhtr wWi'h Is all Iho ln srs are iE for. TLo frost Is B lly conilne out of iko ground ainl whlli only or two farmers Ime blarlej se'olinK as yet. most of them will running Iliolr ilrllU by tho ouil ot tlio TlH'ro peeled. odern 5. room, two storey collage, one Mock from street car Jl.MO cash or JUOO on time. [350 down, balance per month. Adflre-i'lioi A Herald. i'OH modern 6 room good repair, close In car line, 51SOO. Terms easy; also 4 and 4 room cottage sad shack, 10'i 10. Good iiarns, vig enough for 6 horses, COTS ad hundreds of All 'raies 'paid and clear title. Chciney. 1131 5th St. Bqnin.. coniain- ing living room, dining room, kitchen. S" bed rooms ana clothes closets, "bath room and'a basement with furnace- Within th'ree blocSs ot Ccn chool. Price 8500.00 Tile Al- 107 6 Apparently there Is no scarcity of labor. Daily new men are arriving. already, men with teams 'have been- In breaking now land; laborer on the (arm are above 550 a' month.' bile carries away an im solid prosperity in the ountry a'pd granted another yea: of good crops and.'fair 'prices, men will jot think of'sacks 'o[ wheat as such, bui.ss.cks filled ib ;tlie brim, live.those of the "ATabi.in sold. r been in the Soly- Cross hospital, Calgarj-.'for the cash', balanca' long beria Securities, Ijmite'd. THE DfeST- ADVERTISIKO MBDITJM lii Calgan for selling' lahns or bUEl ine Is the Calearr Keivs-Telegrain rales for "Farms "For Salt.1 and al word, one daj; 2c a days; 3c i word, sii day (4c a additional Sflnd Umpi or post .'office mane nrdai with your zA. to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Folilom alleuded the slock show al.Calia.rr on Tuei- day lasl. The I.O.D.E.- are giving n whist drive at the court house on Filday evenlng, April 20. Lunch and music after cards. A cordial Invitation is eitended lo all-. The Rod Cross dauce bu Wednesday last was well attended. Ned's or- chestra furnished the music for the occasion. A very pleasant time was reported by all who. attended. -The nice sum was realized from ibis event in Javor' o( the Red Cross society. Jlrs. Fred Desl entertained "a num- ber o( ladles on Thursday evening In honor al her sister, llri. at four tables of whist.- Mrs.- (Dr.) Stackpoole wicning high vhoncjrs and A. D. Calrncross ;wirjnin? the consolation prize. A lovely lunch A-a'a served, alier which.Ihe guest'of honor was presented with many, beautiful presents, it being llie occasion of her birthday. All departed at a late hour, wishing her many .more happy aud prosperous Miss Hall, Miss Cora Bessette and Miss }Jabel Sloddard Bpent Saturday In LcfhbrlJge. Duce Bros, have started to new building alongside 'of Uh'e their present Mrs. H. B. Brown'returned-on urday evening from Utah after" spend moisture and I ho vvlmls h.ivu not dono yery much damage In this Thero will bo n lot more laud In crop this year around heio linn wan Usi year, and [Ills In split) of Ihe somewhat late- season. Kor'one thins there Is more Euiuuicrfallavred land and a number of farmers will stublla luiilj Tho general tei'llns Is lhal every available ni'rc ought lo bo cropped. In nddlllon there li a lot of newly broken land on which (las crops frill bo sown. Klai will taka-a Jump In production In tho district, though, as usual, Ihe principal crop will bo wheat. So far llllle Inconvenience has been found se far ns labor la'roncern- cd, although farmers are grumbling et the high rate of nases. Most arc uayius from S50 to S65 per montli with board. II Is more thar, lively'thai no one will suffer from want of help. Al; together the prospect Is nd good- it was lasl year and farmers Imo no fear out that another great crop .will be harvested. .There is no threshing being done as all was.cleaned up last fall. This means .that every' farmer Is able lo give air ills lime lo spring work without any delay In connection wilh last year's crop. five Tuesday.. He Is better, but ing lae winter with her-mo ihe f, Mrs Zlna Card. Mr. and Mrs. J. A..Hammer return ed .on Saturday evening .from Call fomla after spending the winter. The of the Anglican church returned to his .'arm a taM-ar and fa 7 oh Saturday st'11 .fiombon weak after' bis operation. In all prob- ability il yiitt be two or more, months tefofe he'Vill be able to set about his wort .with his usual activity. ft. W. Folk .is progressing' favor- ably and Is getting about the aid of a slick. -His weak as a result of sustained in fall on Good Friday. The Red r Crass sodely met 'at the at Ihe Mission house 'to nni IPT ilb I Oiir Own Iron Sp'rinps, April. ipeating tbeie will bo over one-' 'third of.Ihe land In this district in "crop this year-- Borne claim, that the land -net .but many f say ;th'elr -land is in good shape. As far as tabor is concerned there.does not appear, lo'.be a shortage of'fann help, y. greal many now. Seed- ]ng will bo general "throughpul Ihe dtatrlct by the first .of nest week: home" of J. Baskervlllc. at Burwash, .Tuesday afternoon. About forty-ladies-were .present; a good number went from town-to en- joy the hospitality of their-hostess. Light refreshments were served after a busy afternoon of wort: v i Mrs. Folli3 returned last week from her visit to'near relatives al fnnlsfall and-Olds.- ITr. Follis iwent to Join her at Calgary. The I.ao.P. of Little b'fate Ihe .01 the'6r-j der on April 29th.. A special service will be held in the Emmanuel'church In the in'ornin'g. 20; Dr.-Hazelwood will speak In churclf. He will te'll'ineTstory of ihe vrork of Ihe Eoclal service and evangelism de- partment of Ihe Mclhodlst church. In view' of the fact lhat. this department has been instrumental similar departments of other churches, .Iri; bringing s.omc good re- raiEe funds for the church. N. Y. MAN'S SON KILLED-AT THE FRONT NewA'ork, M. Ramsay senior represenlallve .of the Merch ants Benk of ihis cltj learns that his son LL Lisle.Craddoc an officer in a Canadian re giment, was killed at Vl.rny ridge. the children, have'ail they want of forms .to Dr. Hazel wood sboald For Bilious Troubles 'fThat heavy headache, torpid liver, sick stomach, bitter taste in mouth, furred eyes and rriuddy skin, all come 'from a popr'su'pply of bile. 'Theseunhealtriy conditions are promptlyliorTected by. which stimulate the liver, regulate'the flow of bile, sweeten the stomach, and renew healthy bowel action. A household remedy ap- proved by sixty years ofpub- lie service, 'For every-day Beecham's Pills arc a tested Remedy .audience. tho Womcns -Mission- ary, society, and Ladies' Aid Eociety id a.Tisit lo Mrs. Tbomas on Thurs- day "ftTCalnijr. The societies, through Mrs.-Teller, expressed their apprecla tlon of the faithful llrs. Thom- as andTthelr r'eErel at her departure frotn town. .The ,iras spent In .quite ac iDfonnal.manner. 5Ir. and. JlrsJ Thomas and family leave this 'week'for their farm north west ol Champion, where they have bultl a new. home. School reopened this morning alter the'faster hol.Id.ays: Mr. Crispo, the principal, and Miss Fulton, assistant, returned from (he teachers' convea- Uon held fn Calgary during the last week. Glaus sen has also re- turned'and resumed leaching at Bur- r