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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETimnmOE DAlLy. HERALD WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, iiii Cost of Buildins is Talked of At the Hoard Trade of MLOGETl 'riie lioiisiiif. bridge Wii;! ;i live rrj'U rrfnl;ii;o, whil' fii'ii prop'^iiy oil Avbiili tlu-ve would Uu- a li'i; Ji!croas-:o iu v;i!iii' laltM-. I 'I'licit' uns a dUToi-oiue of opiu- j Ion oil r:ic mu>?ti>->n nnd uatliing wa;-. 1 arrived :\;, ihe iiianir I'l' a co-I operative biiildiiiK and loan assne;;!-tion is still iit'.dor r.Vii.-idoratlon Init iiinri; dr.'ia inii^t lie j^ bef^iie aiiyiiiiiifi i!(';hiile is don.-. Better Service Ti'.e noar'.i took t'l- irau-^i'ini ol heiier sen ice on ilio I'r.iw and b^ore-iiie.-; iiites of tl'.e ('. 1'. l(..N\iien I'ne sainuier li^ileteible .';oes iriU! f.iree, Siv-efier aM'.msi meiils eii-ihe Crov. liii;!'.; Mm';:; will e.lso Iw iir^-.eil. i'ir.iir-'.aaii n. /i-uKiiy ,f the '�liisp:>r;e. i tion eommitl.o was iitsiriieted to j.^'^O'^'-" leike ihe-? i!iat;ers tip ill jier^ou with I Snpt. Mac'l'.iatosh e; the l.oihliridge ' .1 ivisicMi. }'. Liiiiil. r',) linn la of the roads eoitiir>,iee. iiislnieied t > urge ii\e eainniissioiu'fs to avoid any : pussihie iielay in rejiaiiing liie :',ri\ Avenne inaetiu ii:. l! was stated that damage to vehii-'.e^ to llie la.nsed by This Should He a Provision in Ihc Sale of Sfhool Lands > and Indian Ucservos Prevented by "Friiit-a-tlves" lath- lli;y n-oiiJii ou i'eeoaii! lot i.;re to hish tuxes . (laj- was I'xteiit ol! tiio bad state of the street. and other eireinnsttiiues. nflP 1'. laiinl said tiie oaiy eoiisiderti-, [jli) tioti ivfiiei! Aonlii jiistify Iniilding ; Vljl residenees iMstiii!;- i:'a!n to SDonO | ��� winih! propel he the owiierslii]! 'of ctiea.p on waiei- and sewer. He iliini.tii. .*_"ai \'. Tiie city !ii->_ money for this jmrpose. and. iinyway', iliere is iilcniy of etieap in- P ............Trev/ ,\; n leioiii iiuetin.i,' of the board of trade it was the I'tiianiiuous decis-ioti tha' the government slioitid do soiiirt'ling 10 pie\.>iit siltool and lii-diati i-eserve land, which may be | inark'tel in fii;ur(\ from falling iutoj tlte hands o\ spoenlators, It was i t.'tongh; Dial (he goveriunotU shtuild : reiitiire the cailrivatioti of at least''c> . p v.-:i,,.:\ if the fand sold to t.Ki^t p;ir!y ; within H ruasoiniblo tiaie after pnr-j chasv. The matter wVis t^cen tip with! tie I tilted Karnieis of Alberta, ami; the suggestion mot with hearty an-j looval in' the exoentive. At last night's ' general tneijting of the board of trade, ih.e (niestitm agaiti ctujie np for dis-witli the result that iho i'o! K n nfif^n lllrtn*/ cn-slon. with the result ttiat i�o loe al I I !! in'flUH lowing momorandnin was piissetl and i W Wlli/V/y I iie day a friend t.dd me io tr.K 'l-'riiif-a-tivos'. 'I'o my .�>ni'|.irise, I foanJ t!iis jiunlicino gavi> imniedialc! relief,and iu ;i short time 1 was all light again''. t . DOXAT r.ALOXDK '^ oOc. a box.G Un .*L\."iO, trial sise "')c. At nil deiilers or from rruit-a-tivcs l.iii^iied, Otijiwa, EVmiST PAGAN Is LoolvinsT After Needs of Farmers to Aid Lars^er Production Undertaking 20 percent Discount As prices are advancing fre-Quontly. v.-e liave bought an ex-..teusive stockMn order io protect I'he public .therc'.ore. we invite yon- tk) call and see us before purchasing.- COiJNTRY AND CITY ORDERS RECEIVE OURUSUAL PROMPT ATTENTION MacKay and Macllajf 803 3rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge Phone 1802 Never Closed he has licen tible to se-[ disclosed by tlie fact that consi(lei;ahle -Hertzop in r!if^ faeo raiti for quite a large A. v.. tOti'illy. district representative in charge of tiie greatir p:odtic"ioti . campaign wirti iieadqti-irters here, re-I turned to tlie lity last tiigh\ after a ' :ot:r of the district, and re|>of(s Tliat see.iin.g is progi essing rapidly. He ' states that ; cure scetl number of fr.r.'tters. SpeaUitig of Mr. Qiially's work. Presi-Iont Marnoch of tiie Board of ; Traile stated at tiic general meeting hisi .� t'a.-^.t it was a step iu the , right direction. U is along ilte county � of Alberta and SasKaichewan. .�\ucii-jn ; agf :;t ])lau iii etTect iit tiie 1". S.. � s.iles of these school lands near Chin iliniigii .�'.Ir. Qnaliy's territory is too] were made in In \'.n\ it was large to allow for thorougii wor'K be-i found that, on the areas that would ing dane. However, .Mr. Qually is a ('b.''ve fallen under the  Tabor irriga- , l'.;is:ler.>~S?? said, and would-be able! tion District ;i� th.en proposed, the 10 (io inucit gjod in 'Keeping farmers i utuount that had jjeen paid on prin-ir.iormed r.-v.. to where they can fijl i eipal j was only'some'U while liioir labor wants, itoir I'.u^y can c�-ithe accrued interest alone had mount-operate, and ite can also do much to i ed np to some .?i7,no^ The title to {he /seep tlie farm tnaci-.inery in his dis-i lands rentained of course irict working to capacity. If oneschool lands authorities, farmer iiiis linished his plougbin.g and they nor the ostensible owners has noiiiir.g particular to do for a proper authority to deal with the few- days. .Mr. Quaiiy ititiy be able to .'lands; and. in consequence, not f secure his aid for a nei.ghbor who is j were these lands precluded iinisn. .premiers a;id ministers and  to oth.i'r_i ' organizatior.s interested: ! i It is desirable that school lands and ] Indiati reserve lands sold to the pub- ; lie should be pla.'Cd under cultivation ! ^^ ii'iin reasonable periods tU'tPr sale. ; - If lais is not arranged fof. the gov-| ernmcnt, tnay actually become part-| London, April 2-4.-(\-i;4-^oufer.s Ot-i o the very roprohcnsiblo condi-{tawa Agency)-A disjnuch from Cape-! iAmCKONSOUiH - AFRICAN ilNM Mr. Fngaii took for his subje^it lust night "Whiit must I do to Ijo 'Saved." U was the voice of many, wlto heard it, its the most convincl.'i}? sernnyt on, j the. ;ail)joc( over lioanl. The pastor ! joins In saying thai ho too never heitrd ! a slron.ger sermon. It was so (deyr I and scripluritl that it ,;)laced tbo re-j spousiliility upon all who heard as i.they cpnld plainly see the step.s to I take. j , Ife first Uiiil tiit^ scriptures as lite 'foundation for his iittthorit,\- in ;in-swerliiK l-fic all-imi>L')rtai>t question, showing that a right division of tin; Word would, bring us to Acts yvliere tlio (aye.s of' conver.sion iire recorded. He considered tin- outstanding cases and by the use of the blackboard, he outlined tlio stcp.^ ofMiotiriiig, believing, repenting, and being baptised, as the .only ,scriptural iijtswer. . Wliilo the different cases did not all receive the saiiio answer, lie proved llie harmony and not the contradiction of the Word by the use of illustrations .-/howiiig liow'near the candidate 'ivas to the final .step when the question was asked, , Al the close be vividly brought to the minils of ail the* lolly of "Our think .so" as compared with the l,rOS))Bl facts by erasing from tbe board tbo WILSON OPPOSES .  A DECLARATION OF WAR ON TURKEY Washington, Apri.| 2-1.-Definite opposition to a declaVatlon of war on Bulgaria and Turkey at ' this tifiic was indicated ^by president Wilson ^oday at r, ifeijnco , f V7ith Senator King of (� ib, who recently introduced a^toliitlon calling for war with botii countries. steps |on the ground of nion'r, "think .so." wbick undermlne(( Iho goapel plan. Tim Fiigaiis snng a loucdiing duel which was well foceived. xToniglil the imbjecl will be "Can Kaith Alone Save a Alim'?" airs. l''ag;iii will .sing "In the fpper Garden.", Hnlifax, N.d, "Alioiil I'lglct .months ngo, I rcml voiir  fivpitiBemcnt in one of titc llnlifMr, jinncn DlTcniu; u free snmple of I'ills fiir tlie Kidiu-ys. I liiiil beCHji niiirtyr for yonrs lo iii-li-nse jmins nerosH llie Imck. Hefore I liiul fmislied (lie tllird 'jox I foiinil myself perfectly free from pam." Your.^ KliicereljL (Mr.s.)jA5B Percy. tion of maintaiiiing such lands out of] town states that when the members cultivation, and yet outside of govern- of the assembly were emerging fronV mental control. \ j dinner, a burly, middle aged man. who A sirikii'g irtslance of the evil re-, aiipareutiy was not responsible for bis suiting from such a condition'is ihttt i ac'ions, struck the XatiQjialist leader. The I'nionisl areas of land at Chin, near Ijethbridge, i ,,eniber, AVyndham, rushed to Hert-bad to be excluded from a desirable ' ~o'g's assistance and the police arrest-projii,ct for extending the added bene-: ptj the assailant. When the bouse as-fits that irrigation water ^jribgs to-_,cemblGd in the evening. Premier, wards mixed farming in the areas of; Botha expressed his keen regret at the' ligitt rainfall i.i tbe southern, parts . ,,3s,n,it. gj.. Thomas Stuarrl, K. C. :\!. G.. tlie leader of tbe opposition, n^armly eoucurred in this. The labor leader, Colonel Creswell. spoke in a .similar strain, and stiid tlia^t the one Viriglu spot in.the incident was that it with the but neither , had : v.-as aiji Englishman who came to the' rescue. -Hertzog said tlut* he regard-i cd the affair as trumpery, and his as-1 sailant as irregponsible. He thanked i Mr. 'Wymdham arjd the provost tnar-slial for their assistance. GOMPERS TO SPEAK AT OTTAWA . behind in liis work. The effort will bo 10 get the greatest amount of � farm work done with the available ;s'apply of men and machinery. Mr." Qutitiy may be communicated' with at the Board of Trade building here, telephone lilOo. ANCKORBONALDSON ml POP'UUAR SERVICE Canad^ to Glasgow or- Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. For fiill information apply to Agents USE BLI.NO r.1EN Part-is. .-Vpril --i--French e work.s havj; arrtinged to employ men , ^i,.,!, WHO have been bliniled m tae war to! wind armatures, after tiie system of only from sharing in the proposed esteusion of irrigation faciliiifs, but the - whole plan for the district w;is held iu abeyance. , It is respectfully ' suggested that the Dominion government should immediately take steps to ensure that tite sale conditign-s of .school lajids and Indian reserve lands should re-,, , . , i qtiire as essential conditions ihtit cer-tain acreages of such laiwfc sold under cultivation^ within Torojrto, .-Vpril 24.-Samuel Goiup-ers, chief of the American Federation of LaboK will address the Canadian Club in Ottawa tiud th.e Trades Council of that city and spoak twice later in .Montreal this w>eek-ond upon the attitude of the Trades t'nionists of the United States- tcwarrt the war. USE OF FISHING PORTS Seattle, �\Vash.. April 24.-Secretary of Commerce "William Redfield is here Schuyler '\^'!ieeier of Xew York. It is also understood fhar the system will be inti'oduceci in England. , . , . . , to attend the American-Canadian fish- ^ certain specified tunes, and requiring , ^^.^^^ conference, which opened-tortav. !.otherwise that such sales may be canceiled. / Conditions requiriil'g actual dence on the lands might also be eluded. IMMim hEim SALE WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS, lOTH ST. S. On FRIDAY'NEXi; APRIL 264 COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK ' frank WaDDINGIvF^ WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE, AN ASSEMBLAGE OF HIGH CLASS FURNITURE And effects in-duding: MAGNIFICENT DINING SUITE IN CIRCASSIAN WALNUT, comprising, ftiugant buffet, rour.t extension table, set chairs and handsome china cabinet; VERY FINE BUFFET IN MISSION OAK; round extension tabic, gciden finish; set oak diners: heavy mission oak recliiiing chair in red leatlier: mission oak writing tablei 3-SECTION, ;WITH TOP AND BASE, BOOKCASE, !N MISSION; HANDSOME CO.VBINATION SECRETAIRE AND CHINA CABINET IN MISSION; V-rry fine BRASS BED. complete with ALL METAL SPRINGS and genuin.-fell mattress; BEAUTIFUL CIRCASSIAN WALNUT .DRESSER; MAHOGANY CHIF.^ONIER with bevelled mirror; largt^ova! cheval mirror in mahogany; light oak sideboard with extension table and set chairs; f.vo very .good wardrobes fifed with oval bevelled niirrors in doprs; .soveral good carpet squares; gent'... .wheel; washing machine; baby buggy; 5-DRAWER SINGER SEWING MACHINE in A I order; 2 burner oil stove with oven; tongoleuiii rug tind many smaller itetiis. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE WILL BE APPRECIATED TERMS CASH PHONES 770-459 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" The conference,, which will last two, ,.  dayi^ is expected to determine a mut-' ; ual policy by Canada and the United | ''/� States, regarding the rights of Caii-' i adian and American fishernien in the: I North Pacific Ocean and the use of \ fishing ports in either- country. BOMO mm Need SI.5,000 More This Year -Than Last--Cut Where Possible With Cash is the B^nk Yob Cau Buy to \ Advantage You knov how ever/thing costs more v/hen you have to buy on credit. V/hy .not practice self-denial for a whiJe if necessary, open a .Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and with the money in hand, ^ .buy at Cash price.-3?' The discounts will help to tiwell your bank balance, and yoa viil have made' a good s'.srt towards iinacclal Jndependfeace. LETHeKi^GE BPANCH CARDSTON' BRANCH  BARONS BRANCH  - - F. W. NICHOLSON, Manager  .  F. V. Cavers, Manager J. Blackwood, Managsr I.etlibridge public school board at Stomach Disorder.'j, Appendiciti.i and Kidney Slopes are often caused byGallStonfts, and mislead people iiutil tliose bad attacks of Gall Stoae Colic appear. Not one in ten Gall Stone Sufferer.s know.^ what is the trouble. JIarJatt',s Specific will cure without pain or operation. Buy from JACKSON & CO. LETHBRIDGE, ACTA. J.W. MARLATT&OD S81 ommo ST, TOROHfQ owr Trees, Shrubs, Flowers, Small Fruits Plant hardy stock, grown,in our Coaldale Nurseries and adapted to our climate and conditions. Hinihest elevation of any nursery in Canada. Add to the attractiveness of your town and district as well as) increase the value and comfort of your own home. Live Agents Wanted. The A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO., LTD. Nursery at C%Tldale. Stafford Block, Lethbridge Visitors Always Welcome. LELE�r "Ideal for Summer Learn to play now and be prepared for Summer. The fascinating music of the Ukulele with its quaint melodies will carry you, in imagination, to the wonderland of Sunny Hawaii. The Ukidelc can be mastered vciy quickly without any pieyious knowledge of music. Sheei Music, Strings and Small Instruments of every dog.-cription. THE HOI^E OF THIi VICTROLA EVERV STYLE-EVEHy PRICE �NCl THtlUSANDS OF RECORDS rOR YOU TO SELECT FROH, iimiti:!) BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH ST., LETHBRIDGE T w e \ y B r n c h S t 0 r e s J___t__________________: TIME ENERGY -rirrr rf ntr! rr rr nrTrifTni- ai:iiiai!iiiig^v;)v W/ARTIME demands that you accomplisk more in less ^ime-i-that you speed up on things that count. A motor car is essential but you must buy the car representing the best investment from every standpoint. When you buy an expensive car you roll your dollars away. When ijoii buy too cheap a car you are not economical. The Chevrolet is the choice of business and professional men .who study vcilues. ch�vrc5let motor company OF CANADA, LIMITED OSHAWA, ONT., CAN, Western parts and Distribmirig Brancbj Refiine, Soslu SOLD LOCALLY BY MODEL 490-A $825. / o. 6. Os/iawa BAALIM MOTOR CAR CO. ;