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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PA'flE PO1JII THE LETHBWDGB DAILY MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1019 ietbbrib'ge Ibevafo Ictbbribfi'e, Bllwrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED UI 6th Sti-etl South, W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director fttin Ton-ante ruslness Manager TELEPHONES uslnsss" Office 1 editorial Office eirs. To mane Southern Alberta .1 producer of. great wealth every year ill Uiat is required Is a certainty of moisture ami that raolfturo can OS piovlded by irrisitlou. Tbo province s not asked to hand out millions o( dollars us a sltt. in orJer that Irri- gation over a wide area may be avail- able. Its assistance would be ot tho same character as thai given to ita colonltatlon railroads ol the north, a guaraiiteo ol bondi Such a would too settler already In the south, encourage more to aud relieve sovernments, federal and provincial and municipal, from the obligation 10 provide assistance, as they are compelled to do now In drouth All Alberla would bene tit from such ibe province. Hembtr Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: Ballyi delivered. per week. dillveiud, DsUy. by rail. per year WeeVIy, by per year XVeeVly. by mall. to J '-53 5.00 bales pi Biplry e! suuscripHoiis ap- pear daily on ndiiress labeL Accept- ance of vaperi after eiplratlon date Is our authority to continue the sub- tcripllon. PROPO.SED TREE-PLANTING f FOR SOUTH. At tbt irrisation convention lasl weeX machinery was put in motion 5or Ihe formation ot a forestry aisoc- ation in Southern Alberts and south- westera Saskatchewan. Tho plans to fce followed are not m-iture yet. bat (he suggestion is that legislation shall lie secured In .iotb, provinces provld- ins tor Ihe-formEtion of districls along the lino of ifrlgatlbn districts, formed on a major'- liy of the Jarniera Irict. the-powers' to im- pose a lo furthcrVtree'plantins campiigrt.' v Thc'cc .can be-no" doubt-tliat ern Alberla needs :somc cam- higii drying winds which Jiaje done the'past to I-pVOiperHs. Eip.arts iiell us "th'at H every farm had a good Eh'eRer. Sell 100 fool wi3e along the west side.jvUh other strips-of trees elsewhere on the farm, Ihe winds would be broken up, and as winds are the greatest moisture the crops-would be greatly benefitlcd. .The Herald js enUrely In sympathy %Ith.'VhS especially in the irrigated section where .trees are eislly srown., M course, the grealest benefit 'wou'djie on dry land where _. of paramount importance: growtag of trees on'dry land is E hard ablr uol so hard as many Banners use of the credit Irrigation la not l gamble; Us value has been tons aslab llshed. The richest district in Albert year t5 the irrigated dislrlc around Lethbrldge. It will produce greater revenue per acre than ai other district In the entire province Irrigation is the guarantee ol mlie fanning In lie south. Irrigation the assurance ot fruit raisins in A Urla. Irrigation Is the means throug which the southern plains can b covered with trees- This Is not id tali. The proof Is at our doors the irrisation district we now posses TUB mLved farming is there, Ihe frui PEOPLE HOT AT (From Our Own JAnnSTOX. Aug. Snlur- ay there bis been a pretly busy I or a good many ol the Cardfl'.un peo- !e as well as ihose in iuc purround ng country. The regular quarterly conference ot he Alberta State convened ou SMur- ay morning with the largest attend- ance ever (or its opening meeting at ,0 a.m., S57 people being present by actual count. The occasion was the visit of Elders Orson F. Whitney and Hyriuu 0 Smllh. who arrived from the. south on LARGE ATTENDANCE AT SIR. RODEBACR'S FUNERAL n Aug. late Jamel Rodeback, sheriff's ballllf of the dit- Irlft, waa laid to-rest with Impressive riles yesterday. The church was crowded with Byniuathelli; friends and the floral tributes were beaulltul and numerous. Bishop J. Kvaus officiated, an.l Mr. Charles B. Strong couducled Ihe slngtng. The speakers Included Elder Wm. Palmer. Aposllo Orson F. Whitney, ot Salt Lake Clly, and Bishop Dvans. Patriarch Hyrum r- U, Smith, of Sail Lake, offered tha ie I benedlcllon. The funeral' was from Ihe family residence lo Ibe first vard chapel. Iheaee to Temple Hill coma- lery. Tha Taylor slake quarterly confer- ence opened Friday morning wllb, rep- resentatives present from evory part 1SMMOF Friday evening. The first meeting was concerned are there and (he trees line tbo countries. with reports of the tha opeclne remarks by President E. J. V.'ood. llr. Thos- Alblston's solo, "Rocked in ihe- Cradle of the was siven ivllh very good effect, The i-hler address was by the visit- ins apostle. Elder A. and he dwell largely on Ihe early.history of the church and ol the Cardslon colony founded in 6howlng..that the pioneers were always men ot character, always (he "doers" and lhal (he indlfferenf classes were lelt in the of the soulh country. Apostle Orson F aud Patriarch Hyrum U Smith, ot Sill Like, are alw proent as official representatives ol the gen ciMl aulhortlles of. Ibe church. To- day's sessions were devoted to the deliberations ot the Women's Hello Society. A highly successful conven tlon was held 'and many illuminating addresses were delivered. Mrs. T. J O'DrlMi. slake prejIilenU presidc-d a all Ibe sessions. At noon luncheon was served-in the church. The conference will be la sesslo Iwo more days, Saturday and Sunday Barons Hoard of Trade Passed a Flew. Over the Town (From Our BARONS. Aug. Hoard redo held Us regular mee'UriE rlday night, Mr. J. A.-Gow presiding here was qulle a lively .debate on side and surround the ftirms homes. it cot better to maka the south productive by irrigation than to, in all llkllhood, blacken the name ol the entire province, by permitting a move- men't-'of (he people out ol country, li' would 'not, be Southern Alberta oiilyjth'slvwpuiS 'sutler from socb a happening. but. Alberta. U viewed the .once: il "jn" the south, we .v'erV.qulcWy become a "convert lo the proposal lhal Iho in'ce Eh'ould the devel- approve, Australia-is -not- iisely -to change its The dlllerent selllemenls made, by he L: D. S. in Ohio, Missouri, Illi- nois and lastly In the west had seen a great Increase ol membership al every poinl despite the persecutions endured. The dedication ol our temples had always been followed by a better un derslandiug of our -people and Ihel purposes and so he believed It wouli je here. We should; look lorward li the future with confidence and should Ihi Tbo Raymond Union church, Re' Ir. Matheson paslor, gave a ver leisant social In the church Thur ay nlghl In behall ot (he Sunda ciiool. There was an eicellenl a endance and an enjoyable time wa tad Tte progrsm consisted of a due by Mesdames Foster and Fautliy an Hague. Pettlfor, and Rltte address was given by Mr. Fra kern, ot Taber, also by Dr. Greenawa Bnd Mr. Salmon, and Mr. Wm. Itou contrlbuled a cornel solo. We suppose' that (he Liberal party now coun'ls on having a King on the tbrone in-Canada very SOOD. stay with our In goodly land despite drought and ad verse conditions, (he iulnfe lold blessings for Ihose who tesld here. 1 The afternoon service was-evonoe ler attended lhan the; first one 'and in teresting discourses "were" given b both Ihe visitors. As there were very many members trom Glelchen. Frank-berg! Pino Cou- lee, Slarline and rr.qro, in fact, than ever, attended at any previous conlerence', the president "sug- gested that Saturday afternoon be and then Miss Olsen. ol Can 1CKED UP IN ASSING TDK THE BUSY MAN K. Bradley has been appointed city Clerk ol Viclorla, 11. OKOiila. will build war memorial hall. Earnla cliy council decided lo lake no uollce ol tbo fire- men for per tuonth la bullillns under the Ontario Coveraiuent housing Frank loi hat at the present time, the grading sh J almply means "the spoiling good pralrto trails and tbo driving 31 (rattle lo other, usually less con- venient, 'road's. The Jdlloirihs' resolu- lon. (o be sent to the department ot ublic Edmonton, was, finally opinion ol th'.s neellng'tbe present n'.elhod of Erad- ng roads, with n high cenlro to which all loose earth has been dragged, spoils Ihe highways ol the province tor vehicular IriHIc; nnd we Inko Ihe liberty of suggesting that a stand- ard and Improved grade, to be approv- ed by municipal councils and by eulo- moblle clubs, be established." Th" secretary was instructed to ton, and Miss Ireta Cahtmu, of Leavi gave two duets lhal appealed especial- ly to (he visllors. Mr. Thos. Naylor, of Gleichen, made (he crowd merry his old-time tunes upon the con: and some could nol keep Iheir feet quiet as .the dance music, of other years floated out upon Ihe sum- mer 3lr. Tie crowd came by aulps chiefly, some thirty-five being on band for this outing, and all were safely conveyed homeward in tbe esrlj eve- ning. three' lor the good people ol Leavill and Before dispersing, bo'wBver three uueers and a tiger were given The-war Is over but Canada will never have.peace unlil it has Indus- trial concord and racial nnilj. think, hot dlilicult h. to make The Liberal parly haa a good plat- form to talk about but unless it ib carried out II won't be north talking cme pause before undertaking the The' forestration of the prairies of Southern Alberta cannot he accom- two, and if the campaign is undertaken in the.hope that'quiet results will bg accompllsb- it Is'dbom'ed lo failure. JIuch Ed- ucation .will have to bs carried on simultaneously with tree planting. Th'e farmers must IhorouEhly under- stand''what they" are being asked lo do.' In connection with this the Herald would like to see the scheme carried out In a small district for three or lour years In order to see what can lie Accomplished. It the results are as Mayor Brown not a freetrader. Certainly, he will want a as Hainan's gallows" tariff, as long as it. will bring industries to 'Medicine utilized for inspecting Ihe temple. Some five large parties, numbering from lorly to siity, were taken through ihe building in charge slake presidency, Bishop C. ,W, Burt ihd Mr. Wm. HenderL-on. The services on Sunday were also most diligently attended. In .the morning addresses were given by SupL G. E. Calhoun, Bishops Jos. S. rown, ol Pine. Coulee; J. H. Tanner, f Aetna, and W- G. Smith) ol luslcal nn'mbera. given by Mr. Rulon and pUsa" Josephine Leavllt, ol Glenwood, and -Mrs. -Jas. Leadbetter, f Cardston. Inspiring addresses were iven by Elders O. F. WbKiiey and 1. G. Smith, the latter explaining lo tlie children present of he palriarchs to bless" the 'people. At' the afternoon session .the. s eral officers of the church and slake Quebec was responsible for' King being elecled leader. Conservative paperg (lell ns. Bni no matter wbo had baen .cnosen for the position, el orts', would have been'mad? to use the Quebec bugaboo. good-as, the exponents ol the plan be- Here be, Inen. there wlllbe BO 'troubletin -geiiiug .uliTuic fanners 'lbe''.result3 and the" Meanllme revlval Mackenzie King Das been character ized as one of (he youngest men wh ever became the leader OL a politica parly In Ibis country. Yet, he ia a the same age as Lauricr and Borden when they became party leaders and Sir- John Macdonald waa even young- Second Wardirs' Annual Outing Because of the threatening weather ono week'ago Wednesdiy, Ihe annua affair of tbe 2nd Ward and Sunday school did not take place until th half-holiday this week. Old and youn were on hand to visit the grove on th farm ot Sir. H. A. to whom th rowd's gratitude is forthcoming he- cause of thla gentleman's kindness ?be cars, some twenty-five, conveyei all comers Irom tie court house co ner to tha place ol meeting. A program...of music and song pr ceded the luncheon Served under lh :rees. Moat notable-were tbe num bers by Mrs. now In he S4th year, who gave two selection very acceptably, and those by th Mandolin and Guitar Club, Messrs. F. Loyne, D. F. Lamb, Preston Yqun and Wm. Thorpe. The oldest lady Cardslon, Mrs. Khoda Hinman, 89 years of was also a pleased spec Tho send copies of this resolution lo all boards of Trades in the province with a re- quest lhat they lake similar action. There was also a discussion as to (ha advisability of continuing the Wednesday half-holiday until the end ot bul In view of the pos- slbllKy ot neighboring towns dlscon- Utulng right away It was felt that II would bn best to cscertnln Ihe of Carmangay, Noblelord and laresholm and lei Barons merchants e goveraend accordingly. Alter'a lengthy discussion on Ihe easlblllty of continuing the road at IcClcllands east and so as void Ihe hill al that point, a com mittee composed ol Messrs. Mouds, riffltbs and Iverson was appointed 0 Investigate. The flight ot Captain Hoy over this urg on Thursday evening caused ulte a Hurry ol eicllemenL It was robably (he first time that an alr- ilane has passed over the town and 0 maiiy cl the Inhabitants U was a Irst view ol an airplane In night. Captain Hoy dropped several bundles 01 Lethbrldge Heralds while passing over the town. Sam Bryan, formerly a grain buyer for Ihe Farmers Elevator Co. at Ibis point has Just returned from overseas md spent a few days In (own last week renewing old. acquaintances. He Is taking charge ol an elevalor for iiis old company in Ihe northern part 01 Ihe province. An organizer for (he G. W. V. .A. was in lovn on Tuesday, making ar- rangements for the establishment of a Cr. W. V. A. local. here. There are between twenty and thirty returned Wesley G. Salp.. flellcvlllo, Kan just vl.cc-president "-of Ihe Slate Bank'th.eroV began business with sland. ;v Baltimore. con- fessed lo sevoral burglaries, totalling hundreds of dollars' worth ot Jewelry, toys and clothing. Sam Toy, a Chinaman, and his whilo wilo were placed In Monclon X. D., jnll, charged wilb slcaling dia monds. REDUCED PRICES ON SEAL" RECORDS WB .nave a big. slock to "choose from all Ibo ETeatly 'reduced1 SOUSA BAND RECORD this fauious'.bauil.-Hveii .buy -the records' yau liker-.wo liBve.lhem.1' .VIctrolai and 1 'v Balmoral "The Kamt of tha Viclrola' Tho Ray Manufacturing Co., win roalto children's clc-thcs, -will local u Kitcbener. Geo! SUmeM-idge; aged S ycnrs. his fool ampulatcJ as the result o au accident at Hamilton. Mrs. G. Green. Fain-lew, Ont., tell doivn-stalrs while visiting a relative and was fatally injured. Hamilton residents are warned lhat coal will reach fll a Ion before ueil winter. Moncton. 11., will build 30 houses under (ho provisions, ot the Housing Act. i veterans in the district and H Is hoped lo draw from Carmangay and Noble- ford as well. .j .J v t, were presented to the'conference by President Edward JjWoddj .The choi rendered -an anthem, and Elder Whilney discoursed -upon he form ol government' by tbe Chnrch ot Christ, and the lullllment ,6f its des- tiny to bless all mankind. Elder Hyrum G. Smith enjoined all lo prepare for their temple work by right living and by gettlnfc- Ihclr In-'or- dcr. Jterberl Hoorer says that the spirit A Tiolin solo by Mr. 'Alei. Campbell waa well received.' But the audience at Ihe'evening 9es slon, while not so large, -was indeed charmed by the addresc of BlderWhll ney upon "Poets nnd arid the readings'of Ibe beautiful, poems of hi owa composition -th three volutes Poetical "'Elias, an Epic 6 the and "Love an'd Ine Iilght. :e which -won Ihe war need; .__-..-_ _____. (oday. This Is abundantly the assoaation-shpuid.be lte sooner every Indlridna! th? jOTernments Interested ia the pro- ibis, the better JecL Jbere is'plenly to do while Ihe Lor tie (ulure ol the world If It Is not eiperimtnt.la.going-on: to lose the frails of AN ASSET I Jfayor Brown ol.Medicine Hat fig TO THE'ENTIRE PROVINCE. urea Ibal Ihe larilf on farm Imple The Edmonton Journal seems lo ments only means a small figure to irt'al' with encouragement a sugges- each farmer each year. That Is faraiers of the south (ridiculous-way to figure. All .the iObuM m'ove to tlie northern part'ol farmers In Canada are cot buying the prov'ince, where it argues rondl-1 Implements each year. Divide the lions are'practically always auspicious 1 larlff amongst those .who do buy and for successful agriculture. The move- the amount will be four or five times menl to develop1 the resources ofllarger than the mayor's estimate. Bouthert Alberta, by tbe use ol Irrt- Space doesn'l permit .enlarging iipo the literary merits ol his splendid e forts. Oullng for lnt._Vi5itors Monday afternoon Ihcrc ifas pleasant outing p'ariy'npon'lhe'bank of the Belly river just north oil In. Caldwell bridge on Ih'e Watetto Lakes trail. 'i; Here a most enjoyable spread 51 Tided by the good .people .ot In Leavlll and the Jit. Vlflw-wards Hot-1 ing as hosts lo all the visitors from 'he norlh and the honored guasls from, he'south, was: partaken-of wo hundred people. Hshlng parties started out >fry early Monday morning, and by ;8.30 p.m. the Irout had been well B3 all Ibe ojher Kpod things ,i.l_i. -r flrel lalor ol the sports Indulged In by the children especially. Hetreshmenls' were served to all omers. Ice cream of -exceptional aality and not stlnled as lo quanljty 33 served gratis and most thoroiigh- y enjoyed. To all who: assisted in this good ward officers wish to ei- ress'their gratlludo. As It Is seemingly going to be eek of good times lor everybody..the rid Ward Relief Society met at '.the ome of Mrs. Atlena Williams on 'uosday last, held a short meeting under the trees, and then engaged In a musical program and served Hghl efreahmcnts. Besides a large attend ance of Ih'e members, a few favored renllomen.were privileged lo be pres- ent, in the persons'Dl-Mr. H. Manley Brown, Frcs. Thos. DuceVBishop Duce, and Messrs. Wm.'Klrknp and Thos Naylor, of Glelchen.'. On Thursday the big Chautauqua opened IU series ol.twelve sessions A good attendance is looked for, am the local cominlttee'ii, have wdrle hard to-make it a success. Those re sponslble.say lhat .ibe .season Uckels Bold will make good.'she gunranlee. W. F. NICKLE DENIES HE IS. NEXT PREMIER KINGSTON'. Aut-. A story lo the eHecl that Premier Hearst was about la retire and tfiat P. Nlckle as to succeed him was circulated ere. -Mr. Xicklc said: "Don't be eve all you hoar on the street." fat'lon does not (Incf encouragement It well to note Ihal-lhe horse ti the. Edmonton .paper. 'Evidently still haa.lts uses In. Kxmomy 'on the Hon. Mr." Mitchell was well Informed, farm. This has been demonatraled be naid at Medicine Hal, Ihat Ho ijiperlments on the cost of plowing as staled by Mr. Iloberlson, LIVc stock Commissioner, at Prince Albcrl lell adlc's could think of, rid at the first table covers were one Hun: dred and'twenty people, anu'.anpther hundred were ready when the guests Ihe north" would require to be con- verted before ISe Irrlsalion under- (ahlngs bo endorsed by Ibejwhereln the horse has sbown 1Ue: financial of tho province, to be the cheapest form ol power. The Kdnionlon Journal ap'piifeiilly [The horae has still Its Uses, and Its "would be happy to nave_the northern' disappearance from tbe farms- would pafl .ofjjilberla. benefit' by. Ihe on- make them loae their Iradlllonary as- casjoDal- selbacka :from drouth In Is very dmonlonj The menllon of Ihe conference of Does Ihc thp'degree of Doclor ol Ulvlnlly During Ibe rcpisl a mined nuartetle, from Leavlll vVar'nV-M Intel' .Calliun and Pilling and Messrs, Clsrence Smith and l.awrence Leavlll, gave' which were much, Funeral. (Miss Pansy Beldef.was-burled ye terday. [rom -th'e .Presbyterian churc iere. affecle tubercular Irpubltf.and bad bee ollltig rapidly -during- the paal tw nontbi. Stlil, few Hnbught the en w'aT Mr. Henr Beldef.are came her a'nci'seltl'Al In the" dlatrlc Nearly. Ihc'Tantliers. and fanne frofn'Raley.ani a" humber fom ford'altended Ih'e" Mr. IVm. S. niahAp was recent along onf flig'hwaya marking the maps for Ihe Automobile Blue Book Publish. Ing our good roads'lnlo (he parki'-to lha ivesl are becpmlrig boiler' fctidwn, (Hid these ........way. toward, ad1. Harold D. Eastman, B. A., graduate1 of Queen's University, has been ap- pointed to (he slaff of Mount Royal :olleEe, Calgary. Hobl. Donald, St. Catharines, was arrested for writing Immoral tellers to a married womuu In Wilinot town- ship. C. Montgomery, Yarmouth, paid a line, of ?500 for gross'immorality with a soldier's wife in London. Shere-Glllett Co., ol Chicago, who manufacture sanitary counters, have acquired a factory in Quclph. The airplane owned by Taylor, and McDonald, which has been-mailing trips In Sarnla, was damaged beyond repair in an accident. j John Wallace, lit Cartwrighl. Man. was forlunalo to have some flai on hand and sold 3C2 bushels for J6.0" per bushel. Farmers in the northern port c Olford Counly reporl the barley crop a failure, averaging about 15 busheli to the acre. A boy, Guy ill I-o durantyne, was killed in his father' yard at Montreal-by being stepped 01 by a horse. Email Laklns, of Pelyvortli. Onl.. S6 years old. was latally hurt ivlicn thrown on bis head rocks by tt runaway horse. MlllloilE of dollars of llio estate of the late Lord Rliordda. arc now on their way from tlie old country lo Canada and will be invested In the Cobnll, Porcupine, Ahltlbl and Peace liver portions ol Canada. The Ottawa Journal In a strong edi- torial, bitterly condemns (ho Cobalt mine ownera for their- arbitrary atti- tude in refusing to with organizations of their employees, thus precipitating Ihe present slrike of miners in the Coball district. "Tho mine owners show by tlielr refusal lo arbitrate that their case IB a poor says the Olla'wa paper. Arthur McLaren alowal, Bon of Arlhur Mowat. J. P., Edmonloii, anil grandson ot Ihe lalo Oliver Mownl, for many years iiromler of Ontario, nd at the time of his death lieutenant overnor. of that was pre- enled to the court to be sworn in as barrister and solicitor, bolore .Sir. uslice at The City Council has voted i iransfer block 357 lo the, Great Var Veterans, In conslderalion of he sum of one dollar, the. association undertaking to erect or- acquire and malnlaln a soldiers' home In the city of .The Great War -Valerius have purchased tie. Slnton block Inr the sum of .and Ihey'bopc lo j javc the' whole amount paid off Ihis 'On (lie last 500 mile, lap of a milo trip Irom Ollawa, Kansas, to Ihe Peace Illver In ah Oklahoma school bus, is the adventure .which is being shared by Frank Reed With a team ot horses and two dogs. Mr. need, who is making the Journey In this fashion, marked over three-quarters of his journey when he arrived In Edmonton. The adventurous settler, for he os- pecls to become a resident o_f the north country, Is Ireklng from Kansas [0 Gre'al Salt Lake. maps will'go a :vertlslng Shelter Your Family THEY ARE NEAR AND DEAR TO YOU AND GOOD FOR THEM. A MONTHLY INCOME OF SUNSHINE AFTER THE STORM. SMALL POLITAN 'LIFE MAKE A FLOOD OF COMFORT FUTURE. Save Now For METROPO DISTRICT IF YOU LIVE OUT With This Protection ANY SACRIFICE YOU MAY 19 NOT TOO "POLICY IS' LIKE A RAINBOW, A COVENANT DEPOSITS MADE NOW WITH FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE a Rainy Day LIT AN LIFE 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK OF TOWN WRITE U8. MBiherrJi'sectlon... Us vision Is riaiVow. iV-AlbeHa, to '.Is Edino icounlry, Does overlook the fact Ibal Ihe so-called .hfeierliibd of was due (o Ihe given to Ihe conslrucdon of lo Ibal .country by all of as well moment Alberta Has not :Up 'edTn'lh'e tbriiltuclioVof n slngle'mllc south ol tlu main of C. I1. 11. This provice, as a wliole, ''''hJ Ine' libujii hu I' oibi-r Hev. R. .T. Campbell, formerly min- ister of the famous Clly Temple- In Kng., by the University of Oxford, recalls" the ociiaalon when he -waa called resign his paatorale for Ms Ihe New Theology. He was a simjlar position lo vflin'l Dr. lilantl Is now In Toronto.' Hiitli mlnfslers ftMevUi .4a.nofjicjie.re In iluctrluc: made: by'flliircb (rujlt-fj and m.ih SHOE When purchasing a pair' of.'shoes 'ihe value'ydil'receive for money einenrted Is nol all In' Ih'e shoe. The service you get In Salesman's Knowledge ol Shoes, how they should (It and how to relieve your loot troubles are Included. Any person can hand you down a Mine and .Tel yoa IK yourself. HUT our salesmen KNOW Shoes KNOW when Ihey lit end J10YV TO FIT T1IB.M, as .well as knowing liow'to relieV.c your KOOT TROUBLES.' We carry shoes from AA lo KKE widlhs. Thla service coalB you .noUiIng cilra. ASK'TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES NELSON THIRD. AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING ;