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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta T11K ''..'MONDAY, eS bjr mill per jeir Wertlj, by Hill, per 'ji'ulb, by mill, i -HJ? W. A. Presided ar.4 .Jofan. rrrr l liny .0 I'd I Co. c-f 150 lor the con vU-lloa ol auy ft ma tleallns cdr btloiigttis lo i member of the club. Corn. 11. 51. Husllth, ot lhi> .lian Jlounlcd It'ftei, whose home In North Day, Jled of locVJaw, llo kicked by a horso a taw days 050. A new Ice brldco has formed at Niagara Vplls, owing Ercal quantities' of Ico cohilns ilJwn from the great lakes........ Thos. Thonipscin. lor many years secretary treasurer of Ihe town of lllrlle, Man., and once a Conservative candidate for "lhe Manitoba legisla- ture. Is dead. In iho senate Senator Robertson In- troduced a bill providing for Iho menl of railway employees.every fort, night Instead ot ponthly as at ores- ramps In Kcsloml forbUlilIng the ot iwtatoos eicepl whcro theeti uinko It neccsiiry. A bUbop ol lue Ansllcsii church re- ceived Iho corporate of o com liny. II It tbg Itov. Jamci K. lin. ot MsckiMiila Hlvcr, whom Hie church, Ji.'lrcd to Imro ll'O nulhorlly aud of a company. A bill lo (hat effect passed comuillteo at 01- DAIRYMEN! nceptlon of the Vinsy action, April 9. Upon the Inlllallvo o! Mayor. Lo Hoe, of Deaiivllle, France, a commit- tee ot citizens' has been appointed for _- IPO OL ClllCClia IIU3 LTtEU UPPU4UI.I.U i The Women's Catadlan club, OlUwa, the ereclloil ot a'statue ot President nrhlch has been undergoing Internal i Wilson there. which has been undergoing dissensions regarding whelher "O Can- should he sung at meetlncs In addition to the national anlhem, had a stormy session at which those who opposed tho singing of "0 Canada" won'out by eleven votes 'free wheat were good :go63, "and' stand In! the' noil breilh he said 'Tie du '.not believe the benefits woula be ever' had "beeu'.'removed of l'v lion. M.-. lleighen's legal .mind Is A. A. Heaps, Social was elected alderman for ward 5 lu a bye- election al Winnipeg, defeating John Nowackl, Independent-Labor, by 311 .great enough' to allow; him both sides, of. Ihe njiEstion. -The of the west, however, would .he pleaseo" lo know how Mr. llelgh.eu makes'onriuai the old arguments are igood while at the iame Ume MVB LET PRODUCTION BE...... 'iTHE WATCHWORD. Mr. Farmer, do_not lake tie advice .to prodnce ererj-. busliel of grain pos "sible as aVort of Joie which nobody to heed. The advice Is serious. The Ger- min'has set hinuelf seriously to the task the war hy .slarving 'tie allies by means ot.the submarine. .He Is 'making progress at a "rather alarming rate. But If America -Cau- aiJa and .our new ally, the United prodnce lhe raw ma- terlals to'supply.-the-'alliea with food find munlllpnE, then Germany Is lhe -more likely to fall In her "piratical plan. For British and allied chipping 'can be used lo more advantage In carrying supplies from North America than from any other part of Lhe globe. One boat plying between Canada and England cnn do lhe work of two be- Iween Argentina and England, or ..Uircc between Australia and England. So It behooves every farmer to pro- 'duce lo (ha last ounce of energy he can bring Lo lhe task. What America cnn produce In 1517 may he lhe decid- ing factor In lhe war. The urban dweller, too, has an In- centive to produce everything be ca make Lack yards and vacant lots pro- duce. .For one thing he can help com bat lhe high cost fit living. For an of food he pro- ducea leaves lhat much more aval! able for-the Empire.from the-sarplc of the farms. "We are a long way here In Soulhei Alberta from the scene of the grea but what we can do In Ibe wa .of production and economy of fooc products Is bound "to play an Import- ant' part In .the .outcome .of lhe. war. And remember, the advice Is per- ell of us. "Let'George do It" doesn't', apply.. Gualen-ali hs5 severed relations with lhe'Huns. The Kaiser will sr-on be able to count rela- tives on ihe fingers of one hand. Sir George Foster's bungling of the whta't purchase has beeu rishted so far as. possible by the. grain dealers government's lack ot action in dealing with the food question is jus another :'e'iamp'le of their honelesi helplessness. Hon.' Arthur' Melgtien meant lo sa in his free wheat that fre wheat as a Liberal policy Is a] .wrong.' but as a Conservative policy i a sullabl Is all right. Had he.expressed himself house lo live In. Incbnvenienlihough.lt Is, yet U sign of confidence In CarmacGa and an Indication of its growth... Among Ihose who have recently a rived are llr. and Mrs. Cowan, M Traffic Through Town Heavy- New Buildings Improvements (From" Our uwn correapondcTit) Carmanga.y, April many new arrivals have, come lo Carmangay lha every avaitiUe collage and .room ha been la'rtn. Tho mosl difficult'Ins votes. Although the Doukhobors came Id Canada under a pledge of Immunity from military service, over oce. Jl'un- dred of Ihem have Joined Saskalche- an battalion! and one has been kill- L In action. The board ot trade, ol Barrie, Onl., as organized a. .bureau which -will eek out and make. available all pos- ble labor lhat ,can be used advmi- ageouely on ILe farms. Daniel .Quln- au-county treasurer, .Is chairman of 10 committee in charge. Hon Col! Fr Branl- ord denied lhat. he had ever recotv.- plainly-to that we would al least have given him credit lor being :There Is some, encouragement al least'lB'lhe'facl that, while the cas- uality''lis'ls ihese days are deplorably number killed'in action Is but percentage of .lie whole jVnd considering that the Canadians captured Hnns at Vimy, it can not be said that Canada's losses' are nndoly heavy. When Canadian revenues were fail- ing off .In. the Conservalives blamed II on the war. TVllh revenues mounting in 1015 and 1016, Hon. Arthur lleighen lells us this is duo great efforts and a good fiscal system." 'Of course, the war has nothing lo.do with It. Even the enor- mous munitions eiports are due to the great fiscal system. Mrs. Percy Law and family three, and Jlr.' and Mrs. Macleod an family of seven. You wllL find a steady market for your cream'and milk with us. Highest price returns. can supply you with cam at'followlng prices: i 5 gallon caiis 8 gallon cans for prlcet. We agents for' the BEATRICE CREAM SEPARATOR. The best on the 'market. Easy to .operate and you 40% on the Initial cost THE; GflYSIKL DAIRY LTD, LETHBRIDGE FARM LABOR L, (irovlneljl oovernmenl cl A' Iculture) for Ihe distribution ol arm labor In the LelhbrlJge llstrlet hai token oldeei In the Ho.ird'ol bulldlnn, Lelh. Office, Hours! Fanners ".'Rcfjuiriiie.Hclp Should! get In loucti with Mr. oricev should sta'le Waaes and class of men required. We have number of oipcr- Icnced.. married, couuloa who want employment .wltli .farmers. Also ft number ot applicants for operating tractor englnca. Fiivni Laborers Requiring'work will b'-' directed K call at the office. Prospective .iloiiiescckcrs 'Will also "receive Information re- yarding available homesteads In the province, and be supplied with maps, Ijteralure, rates, elc., by Mr. Hari'rriir. In III III 1101 Itllj li.. f. ELKS CLUB" Albtrli ni KMril, Ullllni llwm. till' lletultr meoiluii. HI ml >iA yl. Vlillliii uituibtro (Hi- W, L. KiilUO. Heom t price If our motto.! We Guarantee Our Prlcce Are Htaht. NIVEN BROS.. First Ave. 8. Phone 1732 .ELECTRICAL ISUPPLIES AND ALL KINUB TRICAL WORK.' W.L. McKenztft PHONt 711 OF' SLIC. I ORK; I I I 3rd i. P. KING'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1050 The Arcade Says Dr. Cinsfll's Tablets Have Kept Him Fit Through Two Wars. Sapper A. Farlley. ol ihe A Com- pany, Canadian Englnsers, whose icrae address Is 906-Tmfalsar Street, London, Ontario, Is one of many. Mho have written In praise ot pr.'Casseli'B Tablets. Ho a constant user at Dr. Cassell's Tablets, I would like to add my testimony; lo their value. I them when I. was In tie South African War, end, finding the, benefit ._c_, holds out'many induce-jot Ihcm Lhere, have.', fo those who have I felt always ments to those who uave lammes.pvucuc.ci since It, has an eicWIent-public high school, two splendid and other lacSilies. The residents of Carmangay -are proud of their town ar.d aro. clad If) Bee that il'ls Juslly drawInE the_atten- tiori ot who live beyoTi j Its limits. It Is a Bood IhlnB'lo see the paint- JD11C anu rBttfiuiiiKuu lutiii. churche-'l do all that la claimed for them. In mj opinloa.thcy aro Ihp best tonic any me can lake for losi of ap'pellle, poor less of the blood or'general weakness FWy-nvE carloads were found laclced up In the Chicago rail WBT yards awaiting the advent ol p'eculalive and nctitions prices. In inssla when Hie revoluHon was nver 700 calllo were found'- starving near 'elro'irrau1 In an effort lo bring about a near famine In Ihe Russian capital. Who will Bay lhat the men resnon Jble In each case were not traitors o Uieir country? era at work. There" is plciily to" keep them busy. Dingy and dlsrepulable looking buildings'milllate against Iho progress of a lown- The clllzens of Carrnangay are aware of this fact and are pulling a coat of palnl on some of lhe buildings. Among the newly- painted buildings are Ihe new posl oFfice'and jewelry slore. Wi E. Dean's office, the new cafe, tho O.K. dry, Mr. Talbot's residence, and work haa been commeaced on the Grange hotel. Bulldfog operations, are still being conlinued. The .new garage for the Oray-Uort cars, which E. C. Law is building, is rapidly nearing comple- ion. It Is a good and coinmodloua mlldlng. Excavation been In pro: p-ess all week for lhe Home Eleva- :or company which is erecting a largo of the system." A Iree sample of.Dr. Cassell'a Tab- lets will be sent to yp'j on receipt.o 5 cents for mailing and packing. Ad dresa: Harold F. Ritchie i Co., Ltd 10 McCaul Street, Toronto- Dr Cassell's Tablets aro Ihe surcs home remedy for Kidney Perfection Wirfe Stiretcher i NO RATCHETS fr.V barb wire l NO I the best' thing NO PULLEYS 'ever savf-lor repaitlng C. F. TOLLESTRUP, MANUFACTURER RAYMOND, ALBERTA Troulile, Sleeplessness, Nervous Ailments, Anaemta, Palpitation and Weakness in Child- ren" Specially valuable for nursing mothers and during the critical, per- tods ol life. Sold, by- drugglsls, and storekeepers IhnJuEhout Canada. Fiices: One tube, 50.cents; all tubes tor the price ol five. Beware ot Imita- tions said lo contain hypophosphltes. The composition of Dr. Casseirs'Tab-; lets Is known only lo Ihe proprietors, anil no imitations can ever. be {he "ale" Proprietors: Or. Cassell's Co., Ltd.. Eng. BIG PRIZE plfTEST Royal CroyW STARTS FOR BOYS GIRLS: (UNDER SIXTEEN YEAH8 OF'AGE) 5 (iold Filled Watches. ;X; 5 GrapUophories. r. 5 Sterling Silver AVniches. Other Prizes. 4 TTlTiNTY-SIX PRIZES Ilcihiu's Livery 24 Hour Service. Drlvera-.. Phone 1312 Hotel i v- The Hudson Aiito livery A blg.Skt car. .One of the 'be3l''aud most lu the cllyito ride i-' OOUNTBY ;TRIP3 "PREFERRED i Residence Phone 0" Dayor Nlghi. Day Phone, Palace Confeetlorv try 668." "Meci.ii! at'.tht Jtaira Hotel Ruto Livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS '_ NICHT AND DAY Phone Clerk, 717 101-0 BOYS AND NOW FOR PARTICULARS SEES NOW THAT WILSON WAS RIGHT (Jos-'H. Choate. Ic a speech at New ITfpw.octo're' I sil down, let me sa a word about our great President, fo he'U entitled al every step to Ihe ap plause and support ot every America citizen, man, woman, and child, and I believe he has It. (Loud of us In tho past have criti- cized the PresIdcnL Some of us long hesitated and doubted; eomc ot us thought lhal watchfnl walling would nevtr cease'. But now we see what he President was waiting for and how wisely he waited. He was wailing lo "fast arid how far the American people would kecu pace with him and Etand up to any action t-hat he pro- BAN ON' GRAIN SPECULATION WILL PRODUCE RESULTS'. '..The acllon of Ihe board of Ihe Win. nipcg: Grain Exchange In forbidding speculative Iradlne la options on Sat iirday waa right Acllon along this line was bound lo 'come. Tlie food ElinaU'on of lhe world has reached a speculation scrvei or cmp elevator here. The unprecedented, crop of last year has attracted alien-. lion to Ibis part of the province. Mr. I Cole la building a good sized two story house.- We are given 16 under- stand that there are others who nrc lo tollow hla example, "very EOOH- The new post office was opened sooner lhan Mr. Parkinson's, cipecla- tlon. The office moved from Its old site lo the new premises on Carman street, last Monday." Tug new build-! Ing la much larger, and more conveni- ent Ilian the old one and Is a creJlt to Ihe lown. The Inclement weather Eomewhal spoiled the attendance al Ihe jeclurc srlven In Ihe Melhonlst church last Monday, bul Rey. Or. A. llyskln, of Tudor, delighted those who gathered with bis lecture on "Billy. Sunday." Al the close of Ih'e address many In- Iho flay the PresWent ap- nosed pca'red before Congress and made lhal wonderful address ot of the greatest Stale papers In the affairs o[ the United Klaies since the (o.-reation of the from that moment all doubt, all hesitation, all -mwllllnz ness WES banished from the minds of all Ihe people, and he Is now our chos en leader for thla Brest conlesl. bnt to aggraTat iayernmcpt, (b It, The one weuid na- no can wo have any rtl. tluat W. leresting quesllona were aSKCd.ann a fairly lively debate ensued. Mrs. Slahoney, who has heen 111 was removed to .a Calgary hospital on Tuesday. She Is progressing as favorably as can be expected. The Women's held annual meeltng on Friday. 1 fairly representative gathering met In lhe parlor of the Methodist church After the usual business arid Ihe read ing of reports, lhe election.ol officer took place. Mra.' TV. II. Miller wa elected president; Sfrs. E. C, Law vice-president; Mrs, Follls, secretary Mre.- Folk, corresponding secrclary n.iu -c and Mrs..Francis, Ireasurcr. ck snd The repoit showed lhat the yea of lhe was one of gradual growlh. Tho fin aaclal report was mosl.encouraging Notice to Farmers! with iclp in (he fall of 1916 and several jenrs WE HAVE MADE SIMILAR ARFIANCEPrtENTS TO MEET YOUR DEMANO'THIS YEAR FROM OUR LETHBRIDGE t CALGARY OFFICES. Send in yoi.fr orders M'e Have ifie men.-- ,.._ PHONE YOUR' UI2 LETHBRIDGE, CALGARY. J. HarrisJ: Co. the Royal Crown Soaps Ltd. Calgary.' BOULTQN'Et AUTOJ LIVERY We know the country oughly.' .We have had experience. is paid tor. TRY US. Phone 1206 LETHBHIOGE 'CALGARY, Electricityforfveryorie Everywhere THE COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANT Silllfled Usera Delco-Llght Battery, thick'platel, Ions lift; Owners of Farms> Summer Homes, Stores, Etc. Sold "by' f R. M ELLIS _____________ -1263 6th Ave. Ai Phone 771 OP. FOR INFORMATION CALL OR PHONE The ROY ELECTRIC CO. -.518 Fourth Avenue South, LelhbrMge V Farmers building nevr homes ui before e-vfrtractinQ your i. King Edward's AUfQ LIVERY Phone 1016 DRAYING i 0! WesternTransferCo, Limited' p. ,R. Fri'ljht Shed! PHONES 'Olflee 1IM SUblei 10M DRAYING OF ALL KINDS .PHONE IMS Turner Witchell Office Jrt Ken'nedr't 410 13th St. ;