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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Sunshine Furnace firepot-;io ashes to absorb Ucat. The test ol furnace efficiency is the voh'uie of lieat it conserves for actual use, from the heat .irencrated in burning your fuel. There is a fixed voJunie of heat in every kind of fuel, wh.cthcr it is wood, soft coal or anthracite. The biisiiicss of j'oiir furnace is to cxiractvall the boat, which all ftiniaces do-and to ctinscr\-c tlie maximum of it for ii?e-which the Suiiahina fiiniaco does. The Sunshine .'^nii-stccl llrcpot is built wiih straight 'walis-not sloping to forni and hold a rion-condnctiiij; clcpOKii of ashes, A very ini;jortant poi!!t in furnace cfiiciency. The Kratcsof ;Iie Sunshine fnmaco are equal in uiva to the firepol. so that fresh o>:ygcn-without Avhich prcpcr combusliou is irnpo-^^sihlc-tlo'."to every parr of the lire all the ti-:ue. All air pasiig*^' are cr.actly proportioned so that ncitiicr too much nor trio little air iiasscs over the radiator- there can be no superheated air. nor any under heated air, sent to the rooms abo^e. The doors, drafts and dampers are Tuachincd to fit Ecugly and to exclude hitat-wasting air currents from the outside. BlanJcct of asUej absorbing heat- sloping wail firepot. Engineering Service Free, MeOarr'ft own hcatint; cnsin^pr*; are i\t your 5ervic; whrn ycu bur a S-.iasbme Furnace, to crivc yon iVee c\pcrt advice on your i-.on;e-he.itins reqtiircraentj;. to the nearest McCI.-iry iiranch rind ask for nartic.ilai-s abot-.t th'.- strvicf. booklet. "Comfort in the Home." makes ciear aU the things yuu rracc to kLiow 3t?out f uroaces and it is sen t fi ce on rtqueit. Sunshine Furnace Lotidon Toronto Montreal 'Winnipe? Vancouver Calsar>- St. John, N.B. Hamilton Edmonton Saskatoon .FOR SALE BY THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Sherwin^�^luams Pa ints &- Varn/shes. Your Home Needs Protectton You can't afford to "let the painting go this year". Rot and" decay are the greatest menace to property. You Jceep up life and fire insurance - why neglect your home? , A little punt or vamish on the outside or inside now will save you much greater expense later on. Look It Over! Think If Over! Paint It Over! WITH ^ SHEBm-WUUAMS PAINTS AND VARNISHES SWP {or the house assures you of quality and durability, covering capacity and permanence of color. S-WFlat-Tom: A flat oil paint for interior walls and ceilings. The he&. decorators recognize the value of Flat-Tone for producing a permanent, velvety finish that ^vill not rub off and is washable. We carry acompletc line of Sherwin-Williams Paints and Varnishes. Ask us far Color Cards, pricax 6r any other information you may require. 13 The Hiek-SeM Hardware Co, LETHBRIDGE. THE LETni^3> .spirit sens has beoii a hroUu'i- io Iho boys of lio> s in Mu'.lci if. tr.ilivoiied by | in Iheiv Rrent trials. tho infhun.c of ;!u> itf:! T' : \.ii;-',i'vs, Ciiprain .Killii .MacXoill. �.. .u!:iial)l(> I'Viiioe ojer-st>as, .ini: t'.nf;\iislieil Stn-vire i.)r-. ci-.n. ;iari;>.'.-.~; i! u mci'tiUB at Oalivary ' re;-' ; it is truly a holy ded'caiioii. Tho ro-'r.l\lA".A. overseas, and eonsidcriible ; nianeo of \v\w is dead. The hoys have hioney is exiieniled in tills direetion. i Kone forth to (hat veritable hell and : b'uily 100,Huo nieH visit tlie huts eaeh ; suffered nil Iho hardships and pain'on ;r,i.i;lii. and L'ttMiCdOO sheel.s at paper ^ eartJi for their one great daty to Cod were nseii \i\ the hoys in li�l7 for' and Kinpiro." uritiii.t; i"!ters, Tlie cost of this work j Continuin.r:. Cap'. Me.N'eii told of ' in I' ami ICngland is estimated some actual {'.\-perieiiees whioh he ;,l )..".(0.'-0o. ;;nii ?.'>00.000 of this 1 had encountered in France, and how �atnor..!! will be useil "this year torjthp ever-sprendiijK influence of the , the financin.i; of the KnaUi I'niver-: V..M,(',A. >hu(i assi.sted in niaiilt.iininR-�s.\'.\. Wiiieh is making execlloiu !)ro-ilhe iiPver-tlinehhiK sirenuth and en-.aress in France and EngUuul under durance of Canadians' eonragp. Ho : ilic able supervision of Dr. VI. Af. j told o� the long tedious day." of Rlooni in the nmddy trenches, iind also referred to the fight wiiich is being carried on iu the homes. lie said thii! this idealism which aroused so ,i;lorioiisly in li'H. wys almost eclipsed iu ]iU7. and but foi- the dedication of a great new nation all might have of ti^e L'nivcrsity of. Tory, president Albc-na. I In oiienin.s. Capi. McXeil referred ; ;o I'.-.e expenditure in connediO!i i �i;)' I lie Red Triangle as eoraiiared : with the bulk of business, lie said t that there is a very human side to tile i ami thai is a great part of gone had. .Canada in France. The boys "Over; "The ecnu-;~ of the Fnitod S,tates There" think of home, jusl as often ' �'as the dedication of a great new I as those at home think of the hoys � nation to a great new (ause." remark-I in France. They live for the day when � ed Capt. McNeill, "and it was my i they will return to the firesides, and ' pleasure to vhsit the camp of the Am-' the Y,>1.C,A. influence through the j erirans in Franco, where I found tlioys- andsof magnifieen;, soldiers, well pre Ottawa, iMiireh 1.0.-Dttrlng the fiseal year ending .'Mrtrcii liU". tho following duties were collected on asrUniltuial implementa. aeeording to iiifoniintioii* fiiiniabed by llrm. A, ].,. Slfton, luinrator of eustotiis: Threshing niachino separators, Jila.'f.JitL'.S:;-. threshing iiiachliio separator parts, including wind .stuekers, baggers, weighers and self-feeders therefore, ard finished parts for repairs, when imported so.Dnrately, !$l-4,4ii;'..(;::; '"portable engines witli bailers in combination, iiud traction engines for faiin purposes. |8!i(l,I!r>(!.-05; harvesters, self-binding. $.S0,257,-uS; ploughs and parts thereof, ?;!7;t,-fiO^.O.'!. Other farm niacliinery '� and pans thereof, viz., binding attachments, cultivators, weeders, drills, rollers, harrows, liay-Ioaders, tedders, horso rakes, maniire .spreaders, mowers, potato diggers, repairs, fanning mills, grain crnsh�rs. hay presses, fodder or feed cutters, horse powers for farm purposes and parts of agricultural impleinenls X.O.P., |2S0.- Winnipeg, April 10,-From figures Just compiled, there has passed througii .Xorth Portal, Sask., on the Canadian boiindar.v. for tlie fiscal year ending March "..l. '.i,200 head of stock. There wei'e 4,800 lieatl of horses and mules, tho balance boing made up largely of cattto. lyils ohowa an In-eronso of fully '2,000 head over last 'year. There are iu tho yards sa head Ol registered Hereford bulls en route to Alberta. During tho month of March 21i4 cars of Immigrants' stock and offoct.q cleared nt that port. A rather, poor crop of manic syrup Is reported* from Quebec. Carter's Little Liver PiDs For Constipation The Great Vegetable Remedy Pats You Right Oversight Ccnulne bean igtiMure Kimll nil Small Rom SmtU PrIc* Colorless orPale Faces rhr6r^o'3''o'''*''�^r"'''!;^^^^^ H condition whlcb wiU be greatly helped by Carter 8 IrOH PlUt -�-.t-�-i�-. ' pared for tho great struggle in which MILK KIVIjR i Hiition had decided to"join. One ,j. _ ^ 1 Canadian officer remarked to me with (From Our Own corrc-ponaenl) ' seriousness that the Americana :\li!k River. April 17.-The pulpit T^'ou'c' pvond of tiieir record in tho of Union church is temporarily occu- ^y�>' 'f they were able to do as well as pied bv .1!r. J. .J. Statt. who will fill 'I'e Canadians." . tlie place until the arrival of the new preacher iu May. The Ever Ready Clas.s of the Sun- How All Can Help That the sordidnes? of the war and its surroundings can be redeemed and day school will give tl basket social: the loneline?.s mkigated by the asslst-Friday evening in ibc school house.' ance of the Y.M.C.A . was ex-plained I .�'Ln uniciue pian will he followed in by the speaker, and he pointed out ; the auctioning of the churth bo.xos. i how every patriotic Canadian can The local Red Cross took their re-' help in this work by contributing to cent programme of music farce and the Red Triangle Fund, which will be di-ania down to Sweet Grass last week, i opened in Canada next month. He told 1 wliere they played to a packed house.: of the far-reiiching effects and infiu-I Tlie second performance in Milk River i once of the Y.M.C.A. and how so ! was on Saturday evening, when the many of the boys, fresh from the ; weather being favorable, a large trenches had enjoyed pleasant even-{cotmtry attendance was present. A, ings i� the huts, where drinks and bis-; number of the ladies who helped to cuits are seryed free of charge and I make the program a success wei'e other supplies kept for sale. Tiiere presented with handsome botjuets otjis inf-reasfng need for hut supplies, es-1 liot house flowers. i pecially those jefiuired for conducting! Mr. Lynch of the local bank left; concerts, etc. . The entertainment giv-; last week for his home in "Winnipeg, | en the soldiei's tends to remove from after receiving (two notices on the them the gloom of the battlefield and same day of casualties at the front to the sordidness of their surroundings, members of his immediate family. His! father was killed and liis brother gassed in .the same battle. ?.Ir. Sherman and family will leave nest month for Crow's Foot Agency in the V. S., at which place Mr. Sherman will run a garage. Tiie Sherman i house has been sold to the Richardson family, .Xfrs. Gunton went io Lethbridgo Monday to spei^d several weeks with friends. Mah Chan the Chinaman is selling out his stock of general merchandise. A number of residences which were newly built in the fall and winter are now being surrounded with neat fences. Also gardens are being plowed and spaded and indications are that the town wii! present a picture | this summer of cosy homes surround-1 ed by greenery and bright gardens, j Crop Report | Indications here are all for early | seeding, the operation being general i in the entire district this week and i some farmers iiave ali-eady more than j a hundrd acres seeded. On man has also seeded a large field of potatoes. Practically every farmer in the district is increasing the acreage to some extent. Grass is showing a good growth and the croqus which blues our hilltops is about a week in advance of it's usual showing. The fall of snow .Monday night, followed as it was by warm sunshine Tuesday morning, has delighted the farmers, especially tliose who have an aci eage seeded. iOYOtber Season Wear your clothes another season. Get all possible vveai out of thdn. We will put your clothes in shape for many more months of service. Send us your dresses, waists, skiris and also your husband's clothes. We'll renew them for you. Our cleaning and dyeing service is mosl economical. A phone call will bring ui. Our City Dyeing and Cleaning Works Phone 444 418 Fifth St. S. COALDALE (From Our Own Correspondent) Coaldale. April 1,S.-Jfr. .J. T,. Slirnmm arrived home on Saturday afternoon from a three and one-half months' visit in Ontario. � Dayligin. saving" is in effect. Although ail have advanced their clocks, some of ihe farmers find it an ad-, vantage to work according to the old system, it not ijeing daylight early enough. The sun will remedy this however, in a few weeks. | Miss .lennle Knide has joined tiie staff of Baldry's store. The Red sewing day has been changed from Wednesday to Thursday, tlie change going into effect this week. A cablegram received this week from Pte. (i. Hazel announces liis safe arrival in England. The Pioneer Motor and Machine Co. has secured the agency for Qlds-rijobilo'cars, in addition to the other linos, and expect to have a demonstration car here sliortly. Tlie Ciii.-ii-terly Official Hoard of liie churcli held a meeting on Monday evening foi- the transaction of ini.^iiicss. Tile lii-'lit snowfall on Monday night : did iioi. iiirnrtere lo any considerable ; extent with seijciing operations. I .,\n o.'','; o" the Non-Partizan : leajuic has been busy in this district lately, v,orl;ing quietly among riie farjiier.^. We would like to hear him in a public meeting. Rev, ,T. -M, Faweett on Sunday preached from the subject "The Help-le.s.iness of Love," from tho text, "Ho saved others; Himself He could not ! save," pointing out tiiat the gJwy of ! Love is that it does not wrnt to save ; iliielf, made a strong appeal for a larger spirit of the love of Christ, a larger spirit of tJm f(7rgivene.SB of I'iii-ir.i. and a lai.^e: ijiirlt o� Uie s'-if.hacrifico oi ChrisW 4^: 4D= 0 *^Ae Most: Beautiful Cat'iii/immca d ; ^ f?, i3 r Hill I! I llitlllii d rd ? !d .on nil 11 /"/n 6 0 �0 The Final Proof of Quality In these days a man must exercise intelligent judgment in the administration of his personal affairs. When he buys shoes, he must buy good shoes -for the very simple reason that poor shoes are frightfully extravagant. When he buys a motor car, he must buy a good car-for thfe same'reason. If you care to make a little investigatio|i of the ysed car miarkets, you will dis' cover the final proof of Paige quality. For it is a triatter of record in fifteen of the principal cities that Paige used cars bring a higher price- proportionate to first cost-than any other American aiitomobiles. 11 i i PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY. DETROIT, MICHIGAN The H. T. Henderson Garage Corner Sixth Street and Sixth Avenue South Phone 588 Provincial Distributors for Paige-Detroit Motor Co., Detroit, Mich. ;