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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta urn uawwuHiK pAtivv nr.iui.n r-T chandise on Sale at Tomorrow 1 he Second of a. Series of Daily Bar- gain Bulletins. Save the difference Those Man-Tailored Tweed Rain Coals f or will 'be on sale for (Alt ncii> gootls the past lito 2i only brand neiv Itonojal Coats ill at an- sl'ioluti'lv waterproof. TLpy come in grev, oiforjs, tans and brou-n. in V patterns. The b'.yles arc tho popular Raglan slcey'. wiih i collars, bell all iMnd. Slits .11 to 4S. ItcsuUr fli. iul fIS values. Two other Bargains in Ladies' Rain Coats Cr'avcnetie nninccan in vUfn 't oliva and groy sbaile.i Cunvort- collar. (Mam -.ifk or'haK 1 belt. few navy nod. black nlsu in. this Sites 3t to frou a check Jark grt-y CravpneltH. Th.esij feat) are (.v- L'eplionally lighi anfl 10 coats only. Spil- ing- Saturday at 6.50 and 8.50 7.50 200 Brand New Umbrellas for Men and Women, at Bargain Prices In lirae'for the weather; idO'or more umbrellas rfsht from ih? factory. Every kind-of handle you think of. The fops aw mercerized coiions, silk ani Hnec and ill We can suit your particular fancy with this" grand assortment. PtiOed at No Cuts Cosl of Hesl Nourished Forv( In All j j "Ttc J" Is lhi> "tho snu> lu tt-riU'b U'li tcwuiUsiilil ot- siaco Vosp.s" la Sir Frauds ttic olfkiT who at iho K'sina- ot tln> the i of oul ttu vi'Mcti Kites Ilic ot fall tils allies. I 1 urn cot nllon-cci to ssT how ILlritlsh iroopo thciv.sre iQ-r'rauro st Itresrnl. U tos been put at 'by writers al it-M by olifrs. Ai rate. iiiinnbcr Is well Into (lie seven flsurei. up will let tt RO, i Tin' lifJUttg of rhla- vssl army ii lone of the tlsseit tasks hi Hie i of catering iltal ever has beeh'uiidcT1. Jakep .inj.ti-ia wav in wtitch U i been tsrr'eci out is 5 cieJIl to tbc Drilish rajjjcily (or Joins Ihtags. I Almost Ellrnlniled.': V 1 j 11 !s abo >sorlli uotiug that moil of j tho waste which c-hRr.iclTlzCKl Clio (feeding department o{ army nt, j tlje ol tile war has been" eliminated. One' might qhiipst ji'sy all the waste, for what" remains inseparable from the fcedhig of i inllliuns of men who constantly j im the IKOVL fiilJ svho are living uniier war eouJiltoas. lu the first vear of tbe the army, and tile quartermaster's1 perhaps1 morpt uartlcu- "I! IT r. IkV. >'.rj.l' 's Mid-Season Garment Sale 'VKXT or NEWEST SUITS, CRESSES, WAISTS MAXV OTHTMt STANTlAJj AT MOST si'ii- iji'imm- LOOK OVER OUR PAGEAK IN WEDNESDAY'S PAPER ;--j' v All ihi'sr sjioriitj (jfoojl JonjinTiMV niitl nu> wll :in oxtru elfoi'l on iiu> jwrt the Iliusst oliliiliiiibU'. (Jollies itl very Coats as Low as JSuitsJas Low as Ajiilsroroffbt' oilioi' price siii'in'lsesinv.iil, you ul llils slorc. v CLARKE'S Mill SEASON GARMENT SALE Srhlrd Phoned In charge by tho headqumlers staff of the Rimy service anil care- fully welshel, checked, unil e.iatiilii- cil lor nuallly. J't Is unicajcd by of the hibor battalions, iileomuieal perhaps- morp [lartlcu- men of ihe labor battalions, stilled Ilirlj-, uas swaihed in red tape. .lockers and loneshoremeu specially bit ihal has been cut.away andicniisirf tu Ihe army (or (his irorR Clearing out the bal- ance of slock of Lndie's Maltese'Cross Rubbers Jerseys Joys' Ribbed Hose .25c Boys' Slip-OTer Made from fine English Worsted Yarn, brand. i Sizes to 32r-L Colors "cardiriat. cadet, brown, navy. -IOC .f each good sinrdy school BtockiDR Cor Sizes 5 to 10. Ribbed black cotton, strong knees o r Sai'urdav-sp'cciii aC'pa'r RYCMDS now the system of checks arid In- sr-Eciion. Is worthy, of any .great busi- ness concern is out 10 extract the grc-atesi possible profit from Its tir.de. L rMlll beginnins ol-the way. king's laid down jusA an-J under nidilan.- discipline. TraiDS run c-a. !h'e quays from which radiates the'marvelous system of rail- roads which Ihe British have bulk in Fiance befiiud itieir lines. These rait- QTC TiorkeJ by British rolling taken from (ho English lines, what food end how much of each kind and manned by British soldier must haie. It ms The. beef and ilour and othcr'food- ordcred that be -shpuliL. be supplied -flre quickly oo (he Irlllfh -artny at present France :he Germans nil Eh I, by doing some1 dul figuring, to able to arrive closely at its actual numbers, ind'thnl Is. something that Ibc BrH- ah soreniDiem does noi It to I may give a Icu figures, however, oh the cost por ruan, ant) one who may. figure out what It would cost the United to feed an iirhiy of any sfzc tliit slic.dccliles nifty' "bo. hocofiary. >A yiar a'eo It waq esllmatcil thnt at thjc of food at that time John Bull was paying about 40 ccruts a day per whh a round of dispatcher 'lirst ip dlrls- and a pound and: a of' ioDal another bread every day. UubJtTlslon. takes place. The Delicacies Are Provided, 1 headquarters quarlcrruasl That was Ihc- solid roundatiqii ,he up of (riins of the hl5 ratloD, and m addlllon.be had to i various sections 6l llic front receive an ounce o( ,n -.now cos of hacon, oad a fUecl altowance wilhin or two of front_, JieaJ to feeJ frig men. Taking tlio lolnl ,llio a tiny nl lioiuo Aiul abroad 'lit which Is what army sell'.UntoB proviso for, this'Vaulir mean cost por.day, for food clone of or a total cost [icr year'of Compared With Tlio cos I of food has gone up since but np doubt Ihc has covered by. contracts-'.on mosl of the slnplo articles, so Hint tbo in- creased cost should not In proiior- llon to Ihe higher cost df'cIviMau llv- 1 have no eiac'i figures of what if costs tho German 'government lo feed .South Carolina imploys chtl 'Its .soldiers, but quftrleniiRs-J men who arc waiting for' himj -pel' haps in so'me advanced observation post or other point of danger. U all ihese devices fall to get fooi to the front line, and, of .course, ns large orders In of-course, has supplied bld in preserves but lopk at (lila for pnevweck's sales. One qhartcr Mr Erdnian. or Barons; b'alf EfiClitSrf to G. "Ccroy'of section to T. P.Ttll- sor..o[ .KIpp. and a -quarter section lo T. Wylic of llouarch.. And with sev- eral olhcridcaU ijearly irtoscd. Thcie deals were all at nnd were mosily for cash. ratliar ptcy peo- ple in oilier districts who hayo :not Ihc benefit o( living In the cord production area. Our ad- vice lo Ihetrr-i3 to buy a quarter sec- tion Jn-Jbc dlslrjrl autl nuke cnougu In bnQ.yearjlo retire on. has been un'Jer way cailon K'ith tfcc rear, every soldle ias his iron ration tn fall hacfc Tbl3-consisls of bjscuila "ml 'foods "of :inrls, and Is 'snfficlenL lo1' Veep man goinff for several days at a 'plncl Cost of Feeding Army. If 1 I old what It cdalB lo_leed Ill ____ grain which is mjrte into tlcur 'for the sol- diera.bread comes in the flrat. place to Kngland. The only here fs the problem: or vrar time ocean transpprl, wblch Involves no 'extraor- oiEanlzations ..and which Ir spite of Ihe efforts 'of Ihe Vaiacr't subrnar.'ros. lias conducte-J ,wlth liardly a.liitch! At any. U-boais have never caufecd a British folilier to miss a meal. Service Corps Handles- FMd. Iho food arrives In Knglam tlic war organization takes hold o'f.-U This ia ItnoTn aa the arrar j scjvfco the "Ihc duty Is what IU name frora one lot on'Mnln.SL to annlber'lmrlles Inc army: site. .is. Ihe loMhat were 'l r.ccdg- bqnlrol liun jranled for the erccllon ot an fiteamcrs are plying -back menl This will be forth in the channel lanes, carry second one bu been food, cloihing, and other supplies haro'ln this week and yet there la j for Ihe troops in France. room tor OIIP. time II lopkcd The scjyice la aa regular and much RS If Nftblotcrd WAS'dconed lo stay! heavier Irian the cross chacncl n sraill place but it hsa nn-s- gotlcnger traffic In' peace an I the growing palns'and Ihcre (s or Joss is ,probably lower ItitjlU jifat EOTPC than tlial whlcb. IIAB.IO. I reckoned day inntMhp of Under'. Ihc derided (o-tal-e Hi the vflhge o{ f.clh- When the Itoat -arrives 'at V'tlip bridge ...v port fs-Jafiflh 1 Its mileage 13 viz: C, P. R. and lines worked, 13.377; owned and controlled 7ri ,000 mllej of canals "Hud "ditches vldlcg pf crea has .been cpmpjeied.', Ita'tciulpmcnl Is v asj- .with .a ol iho Coonausm VTunnel throuE11 iJount Macdon- aid.la tbe Selkirk Mounlains In with. HTC miles railway flve ud'ono-half million dollars, rc preferred 321 nlcrcslipg dcTclopmcnla la cbnslnicUon work on'lhc Canadian operation >In' first British Empire; have been Vlled real newspaper siojr.aftar llic opcu- of LKe C'fnartliB Pacific Railway of fresh Sunktit OrangCB every the uaiforznly1 .food OrcUc II dozen today. Uniformly Good Oronget February, 1882, neir Pint '.i Creek, now Oik I-ahe, near Drandaa, That the worst for enow storm's the prairies Vad ever experienced. "One nlebt a fiangsr, pulled by an engine which burned r; wood tnd Md'lo slop'lo up" efcry few lollcs, the nni l fuel on looonio- :I HTM ibcn was wood. Tralir .Vo. I'ol days left at 1 tm_ Alcfplnr al Ponose la Prairie, W tnllfj; vest, for dinner and feach- B'rindnc' at- 6.30 p.m. .The balk 3 of freight (nflic at time congfjt- erf of rails and other 'construction liL Since Lhat llrao the l has been 'rapid. Is how the li (lie vorl-X li has miles of nolollneaanO mllos of.wires. J has.a. ncel.of 59 EicamerK, exclu- sive "of EerVlcc: Grcut 5; ferry service, 2; II. C. UKe nad.niycr, UUC. coast service, 26; Bay 'sCTtlcc, 2. l MB gross earnings, acconllng lo the aonu.il report In.lbIG, irera 895; ncl carn- Us ocean eirvtr.cs Include Canadian Pacific Tr.iiis-Allnnllc, trans-Paclflc and 'Allan. Line. It el re lea the by land and ra. f The, Irrigation.proJeH of.lhc ccm -any In Alberta will Irrigate portions ol a trarl ot ncrca of Innd tasl of Calqnry, The wcslern comprlsVog The great Irrleailon .dam at sano, Alberlft, built by .thc-C.. K WM opcceil April 25, H feel In length and mm A .V. ban a million cubic loel of earth and l concrete. Tho Canadian has I seen Canada Increase Jon to It has BOCU' wealth Increase from'a few Trllh ajjnual salnrfpa _'-- and of U has'seca Ectenllflc farming dollar crops, tremendous atrtdcs la ''A medicine and nurgcry and, mallori'In social ccndlllona. U his seen Ihc I rode of CanaJn velop for 12 months In 1916 of .x s- Canid'a. seen Generals' since tbc 'Canadian', Pacific ilnlln-ay Ttty wcr-i Marquis ol.' downe. Lord SUinlcjr, L-ofd JJina- of doen, MlnLo, Karl Grey, Duke At an d'. Duke of fkTondhlre. The following premiere .bavek bclrt powftr since Ita Slr.Jolm A. Olaolofu-vld, Sit1 .Jolirt Abbblt, Sir Sir Mtikftnlla ll, Sir WiV- frld [Jiurkr aad Sir, Robert U Her-' den; and the grtsl railway, compaoy has seen Canada'come third. In world's wheat crop cs 1 1 male hi -.1 with 3 7 bushels "and1 take farms nod ;