Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
AI'IW, n W1 MVTiiFilllDfif, IWIJMNCAHTIJ: A Four thoimnil men 300 hEVTQ Leon (rented at Dublin Cos Lie the official reildonco of tho Lord Lieutenant, (Lord Wlmbom) wbo up for Hie benefit of tho soldlen. Our photo (ho throve room a Rppc-.ru to4ar, i PRAII FIRE big prairie fire -Bouth- veal ot Boquel In jiro- Tlnclal police'; courL tills morning when Jiia.-Untley, a farmer residing In (hat district, appeared before Supt. I'aimeffilhef 'and "WPS" fined 510 anil cogle for E'ettlnp a fire wlthouL Ural Jiavlng niada the proper arrangements for --HQ T.-RH burning off a stubblb field ivhen" the fire got away, sweeping Qcrots Ibc pralrlo until It reached.tho river. On Its way II In- vaded (he farm of Jtiko Vasclenah, burning Up. three Blacks of hay end "BtflbleB, 'doing about ?1BOO dumago ID all. -IV COM Now of Nation Again Nation, and Children Washington, -Apr, General Drjdgea, a meoitier of II Brlmlf'cbmmlBslon, declared lioro t Jay In a lalk with tbe newapapcr co rcspondentB Iho deiuo racy imd fwcorae over .universal Lloul, yv. (Allan) McGregor, Ihe Eecoml''aon of J.'D. McClrcjor, of Man.'i Is reported wounded. He at Medicine Hat, trained at 8arc.ee cnrop and went overseas loaa a year ngo. Before enlist- ment ho van qf.tho tlirce largctt farms of tLo Sopthprn Alborla Iiand company. Boulli'.of Afedlclnc and puUed bfl-iha record 'crop of Ilia farma In 1915..' I A MOTHER'S TROUBLES A1 ih.bther's and devotion' drains, and strain's'her physical strength and leaves its mark in .and :careworn ei- ages before her time, ..'Any mother whoiswearyandlanguid should start, taking- Scdtl's Emulsion of cod liver oil ai a strengthening food ..and bracing, tonic, to add rich-' ness to Iitr blood build nerves before it if loo late. Start Scott's Emulsfon fame.is world-wide. MI LAP! PHONP. K, 0. lUtMy i ij mmer In Hftvurm, of her J.nlin H U., for Orcr (2440 waa rcaMiM for lha led >1 Hi. hornd y ihe ial'j of Utfi cii Kalurday lu Cal- MUi 3. K. Woollon iponl the ;j'J ID wflh ac.'l Ichnrr of Of'wa, who are ataylng L tho 1'alLlior t i Vlnccnl Parki anil Mils PA! Ick, of LolbbricJgo, who bava Letu lie Kueiii of Mrs. Jl. Patrick, 'olunleer system the em- pire chtprcrt the war, General had cost the lives ol Ihe most wlunbln rltJzftns; crippled Industrial moblllzaUon and Immeasurably set back England's efforts In Ihe war. "The Bald General Bridges, "la no longer a ivnr'of ciperllllons, but h a case of nation afialBBl nallon. Men, women and.children aro equally draw Into UB vortex, women and chil- dren In to -and (eil 'on'hnlf ration's' In order io supply tha men at (he front. Tbe war has become, on yJrnmen'aely', ddmocrAtlc business and needs thoj full, effort ol every meraban community, reeled along the lines most uecesiary lo be avc rcturrio'J AlUgr- an. Tho mDQlhly meeting of UJB .Mfilh club will be hold tomorrow after- con at 3 o'clock lo Ihe Y.M.O.A. when plarid for the program for Iho omlnc year and oihor nuaineaB wll ic dlMuceod. Au Illustrated, evenlnj with American will be belt on FYIdiy at S p.m., In Waaley Jitl Ihe Art department, to which lhy many wllh sincere" regret. Oiicrallcns ;wuro commonced'-'lit week by tha drillore sinking a wel 'or Llic C.P.R. About 200 leat have jeen drilled in, Tiie contractor has about (our wells altogether 'or the railway company, two o( which ve.underaland, are to te sunk al'Dur dbtl. Although aeveral have reported as having commenced aeedtug, on Lhej Tfhole.ycry little so far ha? been ac- complished. The put backward. TAKER Tha Tlnies.) On Friday nlghl Insl Chief Fnuldo picked up a foreigner na'metl ,_ John XclenXo thja Intlu'enoe of On' Saturday morning-he' appeared before Magls- Irato charged with Ihe Illegal possession of .liquor. The prisoner was found guilty and the Government was enriched by tho fine ot "JGO- E. R. VlclfCry, received a caole on RaLurdny last conveying the sad newa of, Ihe death ot his mother, Mrs, .W. J. Vlckery, al her home In Ixmdon, Jlra. was 70 years of age and had b.ecn In delicate health for sonic lime. She Is survived by her --------J, three sons, two daughters und 10 grundchlldren- Mr. VlcJtery la Ihe only one of tbo fa rally In this country all the rest living In Eng- land. Mrs. M. Gales received kick SHOE FOR EVEHV FOOT AND EVERY OCCASION.1' W.J. Nelson THE DEVON RAINCOAT A pretty model In fawn, drab, or navy blue and fastening clOEe to [lie neck. 11 has large From a horse on Tuesday last wblch resulted In a I radium of her left leg below the knee, prs, Ha in man and Auld, set the Ihe la doing nicely. The building committee In .charge of erectlng'thB newrmWling house at Burawcll ire bually engaged In gelling tbldgB'into shape, for the calling ol tenders.'. The meellng; house will cosl and will be a" credit to the people of that dlatrfcl. RAYMOND A SHERLOCK BUILDING THE STOREor BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIECE BOOTS AND SHOES CAN BE BOUGHT AT THE "BAY" WED- NESDAY AT MONEY SAVING PRICES A Special shipment of Running Boots, Rubber Knots, Riding Hoots just received in all sixes. Men's Black Elk and Black and Tan Call Work Boots heavy sown and pegged vlscoHzed .sole. Wide fltllnR ani block. A splendid shoo tor teamc- ten or wear. Sites C to 11. t OQ Wednesday special, pair Iii63 GliiUirch's Soft golcrt in bluk, or blue and combination colors.'Sizes 0 lo 4. >J (J special, pair gary.