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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of j Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It TUESDAY, APHIt. 22, 1919 LETHBJUDCE, ALBFRTA. PAGE SEVKN DEMONSTRATE TRACTOR MADE IN W, CANADA On Friday of this week lhae will be held al Medicine Hut a demonstration of the Sliusun tractor, now.lH'ins mauuractur- ed there. This Is Western Canada's first tractor, and a largo crcnyd of farmers aud others Is expected City Council Offers Employes An Increase of Five Percent in Wages v GUN CLUB MEETING The Alberta Gun Club will hold an organisation meeting oa Wednesday evening in the office of lite Dowelcj" Land Coni' pany. Hedge Committee With K. B. Rose afc Chairman is .Booths Arranged For to attend. A number arc going ft down from Lelhbrlcige. j Evorycloy's Joint ill What? Buy- Savings ana Turin Stumps of iourse. Business wen are commenc-. Ing lo see how easy It is lo save Ibrough the stamp plan. Ladles are larrylng thrill cards and tiuyinc ftanjpa In HID stores. Thu (ever At i a mcetuiB ot local pledge lornmittee. Mr. K. II. noss V 7.30 promlneat sjcakirt' win PUBLIC WORKS AND AMEtSMENT Parks, boulevards and streets (labor) 46 d per hour Waterworki and sewers c per hour Garbage 4G c per hour Waterworks caulkers 51'ic per hour All other men being on monthly basis Be increased STREET (Nro .holidays with Present Bate Proposed Rate Motorman foreman.....................r Motormsn, two years..................... c Mo'.ormen, one year 47 c Motonuen, six months................... 46 Asililant car barn foreman 5S Car 42Uc 4S c Superintendent tracks (S'ac Greaser 46 c Laborers .41Hc 46 e Accountant (lucreaae 103.35 108.50 Car superintendral (Increase j-.-.'...- 140.00 150.5U POWER HOUSE (No. 6 schedule two weaks' holiday abolished) Engineers 64 c Machinist v 64 c Sub-Uigineers 53Hc ,53'ic Oilers 4siic Bollerwashers and conve-yormen 46Uc Laborers 'IjJJo Machinist's LINEMEN Linemen 63 Meter reader (S% increase) 124.23 Oroundman............................ k t. JVreman (5% increase) IW.il) Electrician (5% increase-............... 111.09 All other ocparlments 5% increase., L TL U bet Ihe 57UC 01 c 52'ic 46 t 50 c FA A A- New aad Secmd-Hiri Funntarc, Stores Bought sold in any quantity. We also carry a of THinlM, Valttes and Ofirl Ifnes of merchandise. TIpys' Coasters, Wagons and Velocipedes wllh rubber tiret; alto carrv ill kinils ot hardware. Give Ui a Will You. 13th St, North Letkbridfe (Take Blue Line) WORK AT HALIFAX During March returnial raer. were bandied at Halifax by tie Y. M. C: A.r, according to a report prepared by f aiitaln J. A. Kneale, Ihe Port CUllcer. A "Y" secretary accompanied cach- et Ihe tiO Troon TTJtns Iliat Wt port. Halitax provided ?5 of these ace- and the others were from.til parts 'of CaiiaiU, the >lan Ma hare the inen accompanied by some- one from their on district, as far as possible' The supplies distributed frm on boaril the trains indicate the compre- of this bvauch of "Y" service for retnmlac mea. They in- clude: NEW GARAGE We have npenetha garage, equipped and In charge of mechao- c? Hint will ensure satisfactory work In ill kinds ol auto repair work. chocoUtt, 1 grun, niafazines, enTfkJpeE. post cards, matches, E0.400 aong sheets, hymn checkers, 928 710 puttlM, 36S domtaon, W.OJS sex hooktets, weloorw book- bachelor penclli. Ss.bottlei Ink, IfllO'O.W.V.A. book- lew, "We hid Ihoughi that when the Ks- Area came into work- order IhJl we wnM not tii.to any larther fuffir of cot- tut ud reports Captain Kueale. 1 bat .when II was discovered all the men would have to come ipttalrs lor their ;5 ttaed for periods ot Virj-lmf ia tlie toW shed, II decided to codlnoe the service. In. this way we In Uracli with pr.tctHallv every nan the ship Previously wo had only been able to the mn who naised (hrouili cur recreation room, raisins Pn.oRO who went Ihroujh to Quel month we sen-ed capf (jf ootfee.or tea, and piece! TUMBLED April on butter by Hamilton houst'- until It had reached a reason. prloo has already bad in effect On the Hamilton for cMU tomt. H OVtiMw it W VfwMk tM markolm ilHatajii M inwiwt In Inrtfer, Mr) bef ycndora ilrspptd ihajr Drlcsav There Is A Reason! I Money saved today will have more purchasing power in five years. War Savings Stamps pay per cent half yearly. The true secret of success is Thrift. When you buy War Savings Stamps you contribute toward a double vic- for yourself and one for the Nation.' There is no safer security in the world. War Savings Stamps Cost Thnft Stamps 25 cents Sold at all Banks, Post Offices, and the following Stores: R. W. Wallace, The Arcade. .5th St. Alexandra Hotel; Cigar Store.5th St. Consumers Hardware ,5th St. Robertson Book 5th St. Lethbridge Hotel Cigar Store. 5th St. Kenny Aliin ...........'.5th St. Higinbotham Co......... 5th St. Rylands Co.............5th St. Commercial Cafe 5th St. Delanys Meat Market.......5th St. Gewtc Keri Co. vSt. HedkyDrugCo...........5th St. Wright, Jeweller.....5th St. 'Armstrong 6c Rawprth Jeweller.. 5th E. A, Ewart, Jeweller 5th St. .The Good Co. .....5th St. Perry c< Reid .........320 5th St. .White.Lunch Cafe .5th St. The Simpson Co.'........, 4th Ave. H. ArMcKiUop ...........6th St ....3rd Aw. Everall 6c Franks....... .3rd Metropolitan Life Assurance Co. .7.201-203 Sherlock Block ;