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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V/KtlNKSl)AV. APRIT. 17. IfllR THE T.F.TUnnmGR DAILY HTRALD PACK SRVEW , ibhiLUt^OLlCE "LEAVE OF ABSENCE" l'"t';'ul!li l'!)r Mil' iiioiinlc'd iiolict" till- i)vnr��'iii� sprvic illibrtrtK)> ihlH mnriiinK' out- -nn olil tt'oopHr RD'I lli; rprnilts art' aluo KimiiiK up thl� L'veiiinK from ('oiiil?i Till' �ppf':tl lor iiiPii for thi- inoiinl � l I'cir.cd Ik u KtrotiK oiH', and Hiipl. I'l'niiHfathcr Ih hopeful of dolnj; a lirJHk bu�ln�^��. Tliv fa" that llio rx mpllotiH of All youiiK from I'o 111 2'\ art' to bp cnnicllpcl \n llkniy to ii Kpciion 2:t �nd 2ii. 5!i4. Ctr-rippninn iiiiiiii�ip.| that the crltii'lf tn� w( rr In pcDiilc wim ilo not know wliat liipy arp t.illiliiK about ConiiiilMsiiinpr ilraip saiil iliai Hip ; Inu'k did not ro)^il that �i. actual |c4i lia>l bopii iuhiIp Willi the It lick in 1J lioiirs with liirpp men file iiiicls Mad moved : tile H.iinp aiiiount of �:irli.ii;p ly^ one (if tlip (iiu liors( c.in^' and mic man ; ii\o\'pd in ."ix days. Hp dprlaics that. ! even with tlie prp.-spiit box, |i:i' truck will pay I'or ilHclf II'Im year. The sugKPstloii Ihfil one or two lighter, one-tiin trucUn would havi> done just it.s well l� scouted by the commissioner!!. tiiouKh tiierp wrk an admi allirer. "Whelber I i my private affair ' The llf^ratd (lls,iii.. mlHloner on tlip ;.m holdinfc public orfiin niPJit for pnbllc:iilon po�e to iinbmli to Mh i iMin Hiic'h as thai Jectnd III the Hp ..hI Whether tlip im,;, wlK tain nffprt on i �I u i � .Jdldl'*' Ik somethinK the publii -liow ().� M iirn iinlil the wrllirn ii' ,1 i.oi 1- i .1 .allablp I'llder Ihp chail't i.  i ' sary to proviilc a � i will likely nicaii , ;i > i' nv .lulv h' 1 oiii iliai be i.^ i-i Inti'ii Ifii" nrri i.'ollit^ I -il to i .1 It .1 ^ .HI .1'' |ir.. t ill iili- �\,, Id III I iiiii-^ I I vv;i ; 1 i|;r. i '  -ir Ti 111 ion  oi .liih COSTLY P/�itM ; !.,� KillR.'^tull. ((Ill . \pi 11. i| iiiiaKi to IliP PXI'Tii CI ^l.'.i .1 : . Ii.iii and .itofk of 'I'Loioi . .�ii; ' . lit llartiDKton on .>Ioiid.i> �li.'i;i loKhly h>'.i�il cl catlli'. fi\" ;io: Ii iii..ii,'l ..1 ilctiTioi ill 1 and ,idil .i r." ^\ ,ii mo idi'i to our i|,. III.,! o-'ir.' n' I'.n : 1 \ ' i i. 11 oiii a Moii i oiiiii.im The A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO., LTD. Stafford Olock. Lethbrido^ Nursery at Coaldj^le. Viaitors Always Welcome. Notice to Engine Owners! WE IMPERIAL OIL Ltd Witt be pleased to quote prices on the best grades of GASOUNE, COAL OIL, LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES PHONE 535 1720 SECOND AVE S. 52 STATIONS IN SOUTHERN ALBtRTA Klzikom. April ):'. - The renular iiipptliiK of thP Klowpry Plains rural .llo for nioviUK the fence Also K. Haugcna offer of $;in.00 per acre for four aei^es. HauRen to huliri hU own fence. Carried. M/>Ted by W. Widdup thai tho par tiea who have not been settled with GRACE ADMITS Sltortry The nieeiings at the Christian church are progressing with increased intere.st and attendance and the splendid feeling that is manifest points to a very successful campaign. Mr. Fagan preached another strong nerraon last uight using for his text "The Mmi- up a Tree". He inrmed Zaccbeiis for convenience as "Mttle y.mW Ht.i" ng that ho was rich but not i popular. lie was the Shy lock of ' Jericho | "IvtttlP /,ach ' wanted to see Jesus '; but was hindered by the crowd, and \ beie tho evangeliat made a most striking application of raany in Ijethltridge. who would want to see Jesus. Itut would be hindered by the crowd inlth which they run. Zaccheus was little but all man and bad the grit to over (ome difficulties. Will you be one like bim? Jesus did not pass him by and [  will not pass auy who are looking for j Says He Will Make Announce- Hlm. and here he niadff a touchliig j m�n� tn THp Piihlic use of the song I'asH Me Not Oh Oen- * fUWIC tie Saviour." Zaccheus was not ashamed to accept tlip invitation of Jesus and again the evanKelifll threw out the chal-leuRp for any one to show one thing that Jesus ever said or did that you ueati to bo ashamed to be Hi* disciple Conliict with Jesus made Zaccheus a greater man. From that time his lifp was charaoterized by two things that are fundamental In every Christ-Ian, and that is that he became a benevolent and penitent man. Jesus sa-i lo Mm "today is salrat-ion c ome to this home and here Mr. Ka^an reached the rltmas when kfi said the greatest need of the city of KetlibiidKe would be that every home should welcome Christ. The greatest nerd of the nation i� more homes that are really Christians. An added feature to tho meetings ia the children's choir. Mrs. Fagan la Krowing in the beerts of the people and will sing at each service. Hub-jei t tonight "Moses as a tvpe of Christ " That the rumor pul>lishod in the Herald yesterday to the effect that Commissioner drace would resign as commlsMioner of pitblic works had a foundation ia (art was retuctaatlyad-mltted to Hie' irerald'this�'morning'by I Mr. Orace himself. You had n6 right to publish the To Golf Players Wo have Just received a ship ment ot GOLF BALL ENAMEL from BnRland. Made by Mander Broa., ot Wolverhampton. Guaranteed the beat on the nii yen... old. l.Miii lbs.; 1 mare. 4 years uld. IfiOO lbs.; 1 sorrel mare, ii years oiii, I40ii lbs : l bay horse, � years old. 140u lbs.; 1 brown linrs(. 7 year.s old. 140ii ihs.; 1 bay horse. S years old. Hoo iha.; 1 buy liorsi'. :; years old, ]:(()o lbs ; 'J grade Clyde Stallions, 4 and 5 yegVs old, l>'>iiii Uis i-ach; 1 grade I'ercheron Stallion, itluu lbs. 2 UVASER WAGONS, 2 SETS OF TEAM HARNESS. AH t|y|jA|^vr hiirsca are broke to work. TERMS CfffH J. A. SMITH. Auctioneer ESTIMATES OF SEPARATE SCHOOL Kstimates ot the separate school district have been placed In the hands of the city council covering 1!)18, showing that the aum of $14.-3u amount It la estlmatetl that the government gi'ant will cover tlioo leaving $13,269.84^ tu be raised by taxation. iMt year the amount asked iroin the city was over |14,000. Tho public school eatiroatea are being held up owlntf to the failure to receive the audit. However work on tills Is proceadtng and within a couple of days the pubUc achoola will make their demands, and it will ba possible j for the city to atrlka tha tax rate ne�i \ woe!" The public school estimaten are likely to be considerably higher than tiiose of lant yaar owing to aal-1 ury Increases and an Increase in the number of members �n the teaching staff. G.Hi Legler AUCTIONEER NANTON. ALBERTA Book your sales with ' W..H. PAWSON, 11 ttafferd Block Lethbrldga, Albsrta THC PIONEEir MOTOR MACHINE CO. REPAIRS .>For AUTOMOBILES, ENQINKS, MACHINERY. BUCKSMITHING McLAUQ^LIN AND CHEVRO- LIT CARS rAIRBANKfe-MOItaE LINES AT COALDALE CASESEITIED Ills Honor Judge jMkaqn liaa given Juilement in an lataraatliig. casA as to noxious WMda. W. H. L. Bdlund sued Mr. Roy Campbell of Burdatt for $330.00, being damages which Mr. Kdlund allegsa h� snMered through Mr. Campbell cutting bla weeds and allowing them to blow on n> Mr. Bdlund's land. His Honor dlamissed the plaintiff's claim. Solicitor for plaintiff. It. Oslluud; solicitor for defendant, .1. V. Heudry ((or !). H. Kl- loni. PRAISE FOR exCRNIN Amsterdam, Avrll H.-The entire press of Vienna, a despatch from the (dty reports, 1* joining in a chorus of; l>raise of (^i>unt Cznn^n. The news-, papers refer to the (tict tbnt he his I coiirliidoO v^ei with KMsta and ls| prepkrtai to do au wttli Httmanla. Tke opinion is |aM�ll)' expreasad thbt the cduUt aomv i|ty will return to kldlCO. Complete Service to Ford Owners Everywhere c OURTEOUS attention to your needs wherever you may travel is something you appreciate, and being a Ford owner you can get it. You are always' 'among friends". There are more than 700 Ford Dealer Service Stations throughout Canada. These are always within easy reach of Ford owners !~for gasoline, oil, tires, repairs, accessories, expert advice or motor adjustments.  The cost of Ford Service fs as remarkably low as the cost of the car itself. Nineteen of the most called for parts cost only $5.40. Just compare this with ^e cost of spare parts for other cars and you will realize the advantage of owning a Foni. RuiuJboiit - -  - $575 Tsiurnif -    595 Coupe......770 Seilan......970 Chassis.....535 Oue-Ton Trmk - 750 ' r.o.D. roRD. ONT. il FIRE FIRE FIRE ANOTHER BIG AUCTION OF THE SALVAGED STOCK OF THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK COMPANY In the Temporary Store, Dominion Bleck SATURDAY, NEXT AT 2.30 AND 7.00 P.M. Every Article Must Positively Go. Immense Bargains Will Be Secured by Buyers. Frank Waddington.....Auctioneer FARM LABOR The Provincial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Famers ing to secure help should apply immediate to J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free servKe* Phone 1603 NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it WiU Be Necessary to Order Eariy THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER 8CCOMO AVC. ANO THIRTtCNTH ST. S. J THE UmVERSAL CA^ F. 0. D. i'Ot:D. Ford Garage, Dealers A. P. Veale� D^abr -Z. No Skoufom, Dealer Lethbridge - Warner REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALUONS FOR SALE HIAWATHA-iraSS. PMt�4 S4th May, 1114. Wlnnar twa flrat prtuM and two dIpltmM tSrr. SIra, Netharplaet (Imp.) 1MSI. Oam, Krta MacOrcaor. THS. LORD HARRY 2Nb^1071S. Foalad 24th Juna, IMS. Sira. Lor4 MM bum (imp.), 73;:i. 0�m, B�ronw Romae (Imp.). 14S34. Apply: TAYLOR MILLING CO. , , bBTNtai^OK'...... - ;