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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I lilU.VY, .Vl'llll, Srt, KM 7 j lie l crurco u'.'l tli Ilio "pYoperir. 'fliii U-louM Ihu church, conlrolkd iliroueti Ilm AILcrU of 'Man, and irai morvcd when Uio town wai lim cul, lor Iho bcnillt o( Iliv people. In niiilriK Uio unucr with Mr, (lunioy Uio Hiufnr council wuro all of Iho opinion Llisi >a Llie park hail neror nitioujiloil to ttnythlnK In Ilio thai linntri iro i-ajlni; from lo 171" moiilli for help. Krnin lli'iulrjr. Ihlirn will Iin H.-OOO In crop Hid year, tributary (o Ililr. l A rjunntlly ol wheat facno Into town IhlH wcrilr. The are fukliiK B'lraiilace ol I ho Hol.iisr- fill price TJil havo luicvmttty procijedlniEi bo (aVen lo mnfro! sion cum Ilio Inuil In tlio mmo of Ihe WQ celebrate tho opening of hln ulotc llirllt and .'production, a prize new 'store. ICO gucata ruvl< a mos ol 150.00 was offered for tho drat, and llrao. llefrc-sbinenU were i25.00 aa [second [or tho best gardens' cultivated in tbo town. Widows or loldlcri wives entering tho contest Will have their land plowed. Iho served at midnight. Tho monthly meeting of the boar of trade was held this week and from reports of ihc various .committees w vi ik 1 reports 01 iuc various .commiucuB w ton l( Iliey aro unablo ha Ilia cipcneo lo us deducted rrom inc. fl h n InnJ -I w.l, sco tho Judglnfri'aleo thc-cnlorccincnt of rules nnd regulations. Tho (tumors la tho community aro Julllant orer the :fact Ihsl Iho duty bocn ramored [rom ,1-tea.t and flour. Although, tho few cenlfl does nol-mako much now to their fast accumulating wealth, thoy llial a good mQnr hard dollara have slipped by thorn In.tbu past by not'having acceos to tlio Stales mnrkels. On accouiiL of MIC backward spring very llttlo farming Jina bcon done as yel. Thnro also regain3 quite a IIUlo thrcablng to be 'completed, and ivlth I ho lambing season on .n full blast some of Hic.'TarinerB'.ivlU probably re sort to tie" old lime'1C hour ehlft. wo good roads. It la understood all ha I bridge across Mlik river, I going lo be built on section 27-3-lf which will lie due south or this tow and enable Uie farmers of One-tei o come lo Nemlscam', lliolr nenrcs :own. 'This bridge will be a grca ,-jon to nil tho people In'tbal tllslrlc We understand also -thai tbo ernment have ect aside some of th money lo grade and bridge Ihe coulee north of town and will.start work a as they gcL Iho crews. Th will bring us a big trade Lhat goes How Island. resolution was passed at li meellng, to nsk the council to A held r iTftoin O'lr Cowlty, Apr. In In full 'Ing, tferjf: Utnt-.r In rrowdlrig uvadabln RLlUli n! canvaKa ou Ihn Q farm ahlu and halllnK litr for all e IB worth ctery lulnuUj that day- jht lets him. OptralionH are Iwo ecki late, Ih6 labor Introduced c provincial I thai part of (he trouble and tlie recent prices of wheat furnlnli every- nt with Ihe ami slrongcst pos- blc reason for bopping to It. When DC leg giUs llrcd ol h'jj'iilng your ror- espon'Jent'B guoft) Is tlial tbe projirlc- or will ctiangc legs ami hop like blaz- B on Iho other -thereby resting IhR red and EO enabling It to tho lace of leg No. 2 at the dcstrc'd icom nl and f-o on 'Mil blamed oo d und dark, loo, The acreage will not eicecd tlial f last Isn't fs oubtful whether ihe yield can eltlicr, Ul Ihoy aro all doing alt lhal ran be one, patriotism aided by at 2.37 will accomplish a good deal. Potatoes arc active again In this lletrlct, spud purchasers liero nearly every day, no potatoes (oo small and 0 demand too largo, your columns have n the past claimed thai spuds, a sin ;lc waa taken In nay (or tbrec 1 rinks o! beer, lhal la altogether loo moderate, a man Is eatd lo havo ol 'ere d an entire EU bill vision In (he Cat jary district for Iwo Ions or good L'owlcy spuds and he didn't make a [rado. In- AUhleon, K-JU, Hou'Jicru City Junttltuj, in-i Hair way of Ilra'dl, HW coMild'jJluK tho uie ot ftr ucrvlce. Tli'i rail- way hafl alrcafli' drtMtd tr; U, afi.ijr an eibflUHtlrc irifjni luvcMleatloD wa-lo In Ujo L'nJlt'J Tfce railway futl In c tral ao'l wealem Canada (s an Irn- porUnt onfe fand, considering iht! nt'Id Introduction of imKcrJzod. on railways JD the United fjltu-a an.! tho economy to Le tffccied ly Ita USB, II will bo only a short time fore euch locomotives will be tiacd In J, TO "HELL" WITH THE KAISER Cleveland, Olilo, April Hcv. Ur. W. B. Uuflsrd, John D. Ilocktfcl- ler'a from Iho pulpit or Kuclld nvenuo Baftlst Ilint nlelit, raid that he bad received an anony- mous letter threatening lo "lar and [eathcr him." I to say that II the writer will furnish Ibe lar." he said, "I'll go eg far aa lo furnl.lh the feathers, and I want lo reiterate that If the kaiser Is enllly of the things he Is charged lo hell with the kaiser." (Uy Perry Robinson.) British Headquarters' In Fraoce, April 18, via London, April weather conlJDues Impossible. A thick mist robs- us "of the advanlago, of supremacy of bbacrVatton. Wo have cq in ma nd Ing the and our mastery of the air Is hardly ICHH'complete than In the battle of the Gouime. Each day en perhaps n doien crossings of pur line. Since tbe battle of Arras began-Tve havo made dally 400 crossings 'of hta line In deliberate rcconnalssancee, careful observations Rklng of thousands of photogniphg and making'long .dlsUnco ralda.'Oui Kims have" "every en cm; jattcry within range. Tho number of "German guns cap lured- now -ls-230; -ilnce ,thc-openlni nf j had .60! guns on Lhe-front allacktd. We hari [nhcn therefore', over'6ne-tLlrd of hi artillery. formed lq handle tho patriotic salo on .This, promises to ,bc a great event and vre'feel sure of'realit- g-Q large amount. '.We hopo to'se'e large cron'd from-Lelhbrldge and "Several f arras "Imve" changed-hands" ear town lately-at. nn acre. J; olmson-BoM-hls half section nurlli'pf wn for arid Carl Webb "GOI LC sam'offigures Cor his halt section, Dst 'of Iowa. t- "ilessrs. nowen ft Wok arc pulling p Iho big warehouse lo accommodate iclr Increased business. We have still room for a good, first lass rooming house.and a druggist" John C. Sullivan has returned' lo own after bis long holiday, anil ,in ontls lo open up an ofllcc to handle arm lands, real cstale, Insurance, etc.' nd a line or farm Implements. THE HIQH COST OF DELIVERY 3.95 3.85 3.85 Slippers. 1.25 1.69 95c 4.75 8.95 1.49 The rcButt .of preliminary Eiirvc: by the United. Stales Census Burc-r. has shown four' "mporlnn classes of coniraodtllea -T coal an wood, milk, .Ice and'denartmcrit-slor together repre- sent a very congldor'ablo proportion o the cost of living, tbe expense of delir cry or cartage one way constitutes, o thu average, more than S per cent, o tho total cost '6 tbe. consumer. Tb perccnlagea for the' Individual com. modltles, hp-arover, vary grcally frohi this average. For. rlepartraent-sloi merchandise, the delivery expense, a Indicated by tho data ab far obtnine rcpreEcnts less than Z per cent, of th selling price; for milk aiid dairy pr duct's the corresponding proportion 12 per coal and wood, Iier cent., and for Ice, per cent." So costly-has become tho Item cartage and delivery that "In Ihe cas of-manr articles.'of.food, the amoiv received hy the producer la only on half or one-quarter, or lea a, of tl price paid tjr the cpiisumer, and was Ihe hellcf, bome'put by tho of the prellpalnhrj i enquiry, thai tl item of icily a16ne would great enough to.Justify calling allc lion lo tho Yery-'laTg'e sums that community la called upon to pay maintaining, tho 'wasteful arid high con-plcx.systc.nl'. of Individual deliv- ery vrhlcli characlerlzo retail dlstilbu tlon ftt this tlm'e." THE STOREoFBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARS-oTHf DOOR PHONE 789. PULVERIZED FUEL ON LOCOMOTIVES A Means for Utilizing Western Coal by Railways. The Prairie Provinces have large reserves of coal, but much of it IK unsuitable for railway fuel on account of Its liability to cause fires by sparks frbni locomotives. During recent years cxperlineuts have been made re- specting the use of nulverlzed fuel years .'in. connection with certain metallurgical worlt nnd fouud 6 bo bl great "''economic Importance. The tests made on locomotives show thai Iho use of pniferlzcd coal Is nore (ordinary method not cause cinders or sparks. Its juse would an econ- tut would atlfl largely to tiio comfort of liic passenBers. .The following shows the Increased use oE this kind or fuel on locomotive service :durlng 1016: T-he Ciiicoso and Railway has adapted, Lo the use of pulverized coal, on Atlantic-typo passenger locomotive and is now on- You may have said "I can't be fitted1' but You can here 'WE'VE A FIT FOR EVERY FIGURE-- A STYLE FOR EVERY AGE erating K In Its regular nassenger- traln service between Chicago and Milwaukee. The. Delaware and Hud- son .Company lias just put into 'Pape's Dlapcpsln" for Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time It! In live minutes all stom- ach go, No Indigestion heartburn, sourness or belching ol gas, acid or eructations of undigested food, no dlzxlncsg, bloating, fou breath or headaclxe. Papo's, Is noted for It: epeed In regulating upset elomaclis It is Ihe surest, quickest -and mos' certain Indigestion remedy In tin whole world nod besides It Is harm Millions of men. and women now cat their favorite Joods without know Papo'e Diapepsin will save them 'rom any sldmach misery. Please, for your sake, get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's Dlapepsln any drug elore r arid put. your stomach right. Don't keep on ueing Ufa. Is too ere not ,here longj -so make your slaj agreeable'. Eat what you like and digest II; enjoy: it, without dread of rebellion In the atomach. Pa'pc'e Dlapopsin belongs In your home one of your fam ily eat somathtne; which don't ngree with Iho'm, or In, case of an attack o Indigestion, 'dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime o during the night, it Is handy to eiv< the relief Advertisement.'" GOT HIS MAN; REPORTED AND THEN DROPPED DEAD JJrithh Headquarters In France, Apr. arc Hllcd with thrilling Incidents of Intllvldual ex ploila. One.of'lhe most'remarkablo (3 that of a yonitg atrrnnn who, al IhpiiRh abnl In tho cyo and Mm [n Rn" sir duel-yesterday-Eiiccccdix! In bringing down the opposition machlno In hfs own lined, dragged himself from the aeroplane, matlo a verbal repor on hl3 mlaa'lon and died a fow mom cats later. BEST ENGLISH FOOTBALLS Step lu and try on tbe different Etyles, We will be pleased to bEElsl you a'jd you will be Eurprlscil at tbe exceptional values we am offering Ibis season in FIT KEFOIJM AND SOCIETY _______BElvi'EK MADE CLOTHES. SUITS AND OVERCOATS Fiuiahed to your measure. Prices V Furnishings that are Correct in Style and Price Dr. Jaegers Wool Taffeta Shirts, with collar, duett Penbody Shirts, up. SHIRT Men's ShlrtSj lounge collars to match. Made large nml roomy. AH new patterns. Good value al to "11.50. AA Our Wool CiisIiiiiei'C hi Dr.'Jaeger's aiul other 35c, 40c, oOcamifipc.. Cotton iiiul Lisle. Hose 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c Hole-Proof nosier.Vj and half dozeii Every thingjor the Working-man Work Boots iip 'work Shii-ls 90c hf Cord jip Work GIoves75t: to Duclf Jlip H'vy Tweed Pants 2.25up H01ME OF CARIIARTT OyERALLS ,VI8IT THE HOME OF BETTER CLOVHES WILL YOU. McKelvie ;The 2 M'S McGuirc KIRKHAM BLOCK LETHBRIDQE WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces. Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO; rilONE7G2 Sporting WE HANDLE BEST LINES FOR ALL BRANCHES OF SPORT BASEBALL BaiflialEi, Bats, Gloves and Mltti. TENNIS The famoui B. A. ftac-x quet made In Canada. Fully guaranteed. v We carry an exceptionally 'and wide assortment 1 of Razors and Jackknlvcs and the prices are lower. We are headquarters for TRUNKS; SUIT CASES, BAGS AND FANCY LEATHER GOODS, The Alberta Saddlery Co. 30S FIFTH STREET SOUTH. LETHBRIDCE'S LEADING HARNESS STORE. 'PHONE 7H PRINK THEHERALD A Good Investment: Herald Want A ;