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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX TUK i.KiwuuiwK mi Additional Classified Advertising TO KENT TO Into fronl room wills lirliilo JiMtly. UooJ ccntnl lix-jiloa. SO) 6ti Ave. S. 1'hoiw SJI. TO Furnished' rooms, tulti for or tcmlo'nen. 6th Ave. a 10S TO class [urnliHed roouie. suitable for ladles or Beetle- irieD, fully modern imj use of ylione. 6lh S; Phono IfM. TO or two furs tlflicd rooms, close In, quiet, no chll dree Apply 309 Sth Ave. A. font fa. ._________________________ TO bedrooms, also Jlgbt housekeeping suite. 422 9ih St. I'HOI'PUTY KOK 5ALK FOR sALB-Vullr uioJira A. S., sli tvviu Mil biimtnl. lint A map lor Msh or tctKi Apply Church. lUvliUon. 9L--0 lets In loai U. C-, KvaiiM (our mllfi from cspUsi f5W nnj up. TaxM 1H jwr fioo valus. Wiite siopii, i'. o. rwi nonin. AIM. _ H KOH Wf hive same Jinay snips In property. If you naut to buy A hauie AI Mrgsln aud on us. M. I'. Joiinslou South. VOR (ully moJem clglit .roomed house, 613 Bth St. S. Rent fid a niODth. House will be arall. able on liih'of April. .Applr p. Gray. 543 Mh 6L S. TO a private house, two furnished rooms, 'jrery conven- Apply C33 ndh Si; J2S5. 107- TO rooms In pri- vate, bouse. Apply 531 6lh SI. S. 105-5 TO- simps for a comb. tit J3.00 a wtek. Apply US Sth SI. S. m-i FOR the'let of >foy. Cor a. term oi sis months, seven roan- ed 'fully modem, furnished house. Apply lo H. H. Pilon, 205 5th Ave- S. or phona 1131. TO tho Victoria Mansions one Ursa furnished housekeeping suite, ever? modem fonrc-utcQW. Ap- plv disc wagon, wat- er blacksmith tools; Reeve'3 .'engine and plows and other machin- ery, v. Apply The Albcrla Securities, Lelhbridge, or T. B. Dunham, Coal Tho'ne H 711; NOTICE I'Pcler Robertson, rejected soldier, tioUfr fbo paWlc that I have 'taken rpTc'r" the transfer business of and hope by. the same to all orders, lo merit yoiir fLatronage_T Coal all kinds, also garden plow IDC. Phono 652. Christiana, Norway, Apr. IS, via London. Norway, whjch has been moat deeply Btlrred by America's de- claration of war against Germany, la showing Increasing Indignation al (he! resulU of Ihe German submarine war. Shipping men" fire becoming more and mpra.lnaTilent for Lhe arming of Nor- wegian ships] Nearly one-third of the Norwegian merchant marine has been destroyed by the Germans and sailors have been killed. Shipping men declare Ihc submarines are1 now shelling the sur- vivors ot torpedoed craft In order to prevent, reports of the outrages reach- ing Norway and Ihls declaration h given color by a list oC nearly a score of boats whlcb have recently disap Feared entirely between England and N'orway, "I as Messrs. Jno. S. Smith J. Y. Card and E. Barker reported tbe neir folder advertlslns the resources ol this-district aa now In the bauds oi the printer and it could 'EMU be had for distribution. O.D. Weeks Introduced Iha project of a cioning factory In this district for" Ihe creation of a market for field and garden pesetas no.coua try'IB the world'afforded'better con- ditions for tha success of this Indus- try (ban did OUT own district.; Infor- mation on Uits subject was forth- coming from E._X.-Bark'er and Mr. Cos and all iha members were favor- ably impressed with Ihe project. Mr. Weeks was to procure sam- ples of seed for distribution and test Ihls season. A letter from tie Taylomlle, U. P. relative to the 'endorsement ond aid tor road changes and Improve- ments and also'the establishment of a rural telepbooe line connecting with the Cardston eichange. The voto was unanimous, for endorsing Qie requests of the Taylorville people The matter of (he establishment a receiving elation for cream was also" broached as Taylorrille and Woolford districts were halb. Interested in hav- ing such a plant put in as possible. The road Improvements wouM make this feasible and enable the people of Hkhtield.and Bel Bon- Ha to come this way. to market. Encouraging Production. J. Y. Card of the Cardstqn Jnvcst-, Co., Ltd., Is .tlie autlior of a somewhat novel Bcherrie to encourage production. Prizes are offered lo tbe boys and girls from S to IS years oi age for the best gardens grown in 19177. They are divided into four classes and there aro four prizes in each class with two special prizes for the largest financial returns from any garden and for the largest number'of irees grown. Four-fifths of Lie garden must be vegetables, one-fifth may be flowers. Plowing and harrowing will be done for those unable to arrange for it and payment received in. the fall. Tbe contestants can also procure vacant lots for _thi3 competition and also, have advice and help from an expert gardener on application. The merchants have consented lo i give seeds al cost for those engaged in this work and it should encourage I the interest of the young people in producing something that will ,help lo feed mankind OrganizaUon of Cardston U.F.A, Through the push of J. II. Ander- son, a meeting was held last Satur- day evening in the hall of Ihe Cahoun block of the Cardston fanners, who are interested In having an organiza- tion oi tbe U. P. A. at this point. There was a very fair audience of representative farmers present and strong organization was effected. J. II. Anderson was made president, Jas. P. Low, vice-president, and Jno. P. Parris'n, secretary and treasurer. Directors were named as follows: Messrs. A. Cazier, E. Ilarker, John S. Smith, Jno. and E. N. Weeks." A big meeting [5 to be held of the farmers on Wednesday, ereoing and all the locals surrounding have been Invited. The speaker will be Mr. S. E. Dunham of Lelhbridge, vice-presi- dent' of the general organization for the province. The meeting Is called for S.30 p.m. In the Cahoun block hall. All farmers should -be prescnl- Unlon Meeting. Tbo Alberta. Stake S. school union meeting was addressed last Sunday at their regular session by Supt. O- F. Ursenbach of the Taylor Slake. There was a fair representation of the different schools and all attend- ing were edified In listening lo the Instructions of-the visiting head of our sister Stake. -Tie ineme was chiefly the normal ,wqrk of UIB un- ions (n teaching teachers to be more Mr. con- Vulcan nnd Cariuangay wero well tended by our young people. M. Mo [Tat I Is baring his house pnlnletl, Mr. and Mrs. Cundall nre rojolclug In tho blrlli of A son. The carpenters aro busy these day's, liiE All the t wecV, mul undo 1 lioaihray. Tho rloralors havo acut out nrteon tlio wcoh. but on account or Gccdlne havo been receiving very i. Mtiy Gnuly Kccover HU Arllun, Our OWB Utclcftl, Apr. icrloui dent pt1 curved afternoon ou tbe ilUo of HIP inwu of MuckcKl, R uumber of hoO a -13 rtfk Kotng out Hliooilni; When ihoy ar rlrcJ ul lil Aro, they 101 up D boert) (or A Urcei, for n low Uro lu uuhuowu way the rlllo went off Auj ahot M. Sheer In Iho lower part of Iho boily, culling a inntn ur nnd Ihus fjuslng a heavy MEN WANTED Oltftwa, Apr, more nro rcnuestcd from Camdii for pvcracas In drafts of 100 aa soon after enlistment as jiosstblo. In western Ca iii da recruiting depot a will bo es- UbUsbctl at Fort William, Fort Frau- Knmloouj, Rcvclatoke, yani'Oiiver, Victoria nnd Mcsv Wesl- mluater, oi blood: Ho clpa) tcnilon, and nt I up, IKouEli It -'inny Hi tin si first tl In Ihc court CABQ taken to Lnc Munt wlicro Lo received at was r bo nioro aorloui rrJ to bo, vs. Clarke Iho latter liavlug ilio amount It) to court oftp paying SODJO osiicnic tho Judge ortlrrcd (ho balaiito to b patd to Dufoo> In Ihla vrny aetllln; tho case. Tho llultrd tha thoy.aro unablo'lo rccolvo farm mncl Incry fast enough to Jill Ihclr order for llictr customers, and llmt (MM vlkl A Ullcf Inv. (h4 aw ffuw A. Wl, "U'U un (he fa (U IruM tiic H U.U uur itnlili to Our ye Mill t litre f DI (it KI B Jx at (ha cW writing on eiinn fur Mi eowuilnluo, U MO t ii to lilm on thtj Lc Ibo kul IclUr, but doh'( At we 4ro lo Tho kniiual roiJgrrrtUpl) tbo hu rct-orli for the jcur iha uiftnr do nit a hi (tie imlpll durluK tho )Uv, W. A. (he MORE 6PJE8 AT WORK l S.i 11 Kmiiellco, Apr. 13, 1'rlvftlo lurjOiy, incmtor uf A military R WoBLorn Paclflo tunnel In Nuvndn, WIB tligt Ihrco lint iiljhl, from rind verloui- ly wounded, accordlnif to Information IHTO louiy, Wcitoru olIEcUla OLDEST NATIVE OF 'PEQ DEAD Winnipeg, Man.. April Jam on llusaoll, born lioro G7 ago, died this morning, llo waa Ibo "oldcit njitlvo" nnd llio cnrllcut beglnn- Inga of the nrcaout city of Wtniilrog. llo was proprietor ot tho It 114sell GERMAN CflEWS TO BE USED ON FARMS. WaEhfngfon, April of Ihe crews ta'ken from the. German mer- chant j In American harbors for fanning and other work has been de- termined upon by the government. 'irill "be. done'-al 'present with Lhe Austriana.' efficient In their class-work. Ursenbach aho addressed Ihe grcgallon at Ihe-.evenlng service and remarta were much "apprccTatcJ by all oi tho Alberta Slake who vrere In attendance. Memorial Services. Tho Bcrrlcea for Kldcr Andrew Archibald, who died on Ihe S a moan Islands last month; arc lo be held al 2 p.m. on Sunday, 22nd Inst., in the Stake TanernacU; according to present arrangements. U Is "eipcct- cd that his fellow missionary, Kldcr Tanner Drown will liavo returned by thai dale. It was expected 'thai .he would accompany Ihc remains home, but Lhe regulations enforced upon these [.ilanda will not -permit of the removal of any corpse where death was caused by confacious dlsease- The deceased waa widely known In Cards Ion and district, as he was re- lated (o very many of tho residents of Lea? lit and Glen wood, being Ihc eldest son of Mr. and -Mrs. Andrew Archibald. Ho attended high school Notice Any person who has been thinking about looking into tlie "Handy Volum.e" Issue of Encyclopaedia Britafinica is hereby advised that he must HURRY UP and send for our descriptive, illus- trated book or he will be too get one; of the few remaining setsi.v Our stock of Britannica setsi prmted on genuine-India paper, is growjing-lef 'that after To know whether the Encyclopaedia Britannica will be of direct help to you in your business, in your.home life, in the education and mental development of children, you ought to see and examine the entire set. This you can do at The Gross Drug Co. Limited If for any reason you are unable to go and see a coiiiplete set of the Britannica; you should write usjor full information AT ONCE. The end of the sale of this great work in its handiest form is almost here. We can almost put a finger that date now. You can judge the closenejs of date for yourielf we No more descriptive booklets will be sent out afler Wednesday, April 25th, becfiuse by then there will be so few aeti of the Britannica left that the last tet.will be sold before anyone can get the Erilannica literature, study it, make up his mind about buying and get his order back to us. THEREFORE, STRIKE NOW See the Britannica or write for information today. If could get enough of (his wonderful genuine India paper, that makes each volume of (he "Handy Volume" Britannica-only, one inch-thick, we 'could easily sel} many thou- sands 'more sets. 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