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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta W^teDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19l8 THE LETHBRIDdE DvULY 'HEHALD PAGE ^EVEN Repic^truction CdiMmee Endmms Irrigaticni ififect Biscusses .Other liUl^brs Further organisation of tlie Letli-bridge llecon�truction Cominlttee was orrectod at a iliopting held last niglit whloh was attended by 28 membora; Realization that quiclc action must be secured if the dommittoe la to properly meet (Hie dematds which will shortly made on it is spurring thecommlt-tee to make every effort to meet the situation. t Ab sotting forth the objectn of Uie committee .the loUowing resolution was iinanimously,adopted: Resolutions Resolved: That it "wiU bp the endeavor of "this Letlibfldge Rocpnstruc- purpose of the citizens of this city and district to aid in every pbssilile manner in the re-estathlishmept bt our soldiers in the occupationti of civil life; and in iiudlnii: with;tbe /Bureau of Labor about to be established in Leth bridie,- and with" thieTjllljert*-Returned aoldlera' CqjgomlBslbn;, Further, that tlj-ls. ^etlib'rldge Re construction C(>nimltta(tlMrtiM,�iirB8 It  foijr-Mi pomajt. It pn>mot� naia al^hcth. It niakaa taaw Uaad, It bntlda up now narre tarea. and it tarcbarces tb� Vhol* bodr wltb naW/vUslttr. Tkat la j^br mae*A>l� makat jrou faal wall n quithly. Th� b^naftt badbt with tha yttr fliat doM. Yan ean/Milt dolns yon good, . . ' And tha haatth that Winoarals pTomiatai t� laitini . health-net a tanporarr satehlnc uprrBot a mars "flaih-lBftha-pan"-but raal,, naw, viseroqs haalth. WIneamla eoBtalna tba rtn alaraaata af which oar bodia* ara coinjiMad and It hM� bUi tHeta Wen-darful prapartlaa la tfaair laaat Mlallatim f�ni. BratT lB(tadlant of WlMaraii la imdofiad and reeoromanded in the daltr tnactlea ot'.HM'lB#nbar� of the medical prefautoa the world bver.. wered Vitality, La Orlppe, ' Matemlty-wealt-aeee and Slse 11.76 Small Stss 91.00 �ObtainabU from thm Following Drug Stmirmn ts J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A CO., LTD. FRANK HEDLEY DRUQ COMPANY.' Unadulterated Ivory Soap contains no adulterants.' Thc: v .materials from which it is made arc'asv 'pure and as high grade as can be. They I are efficient in themselves; uncombined alkali and other harsh materials i could not make them more so. Ivory Soap can be safely used to ^ash anything that , |)ure, clear water alone will not-harm.V �. IVORY SOAR B 99M%|tmE Wad* In the Proit^r tOtitnW*fdcttiiln m HamiHpn.'Csit^ia f {a regard to works that may be initiated and carried on in the economic iur tereSt of the country and of our com-munltieii. That for the furtherance of these objects there shall be an executive committee of seven in all, includiu'g a chairman, a vice-chairman, a secretary, and four members. y That the members of the Lelhbrldge Reconstruction Committee be, as now appointed, as follows, with power to add to their numbers; O. R. Mamoch, T. liongworth, W- B. L We wish the incoming officers sue eggs in'iCanada to fill the growing | cess Iji their hotly contested, job. YOU WIU. Il^WE%'tARRYQ!l'' While the Itiohenzolhirns arebein^ disposed of you will have io'tarry '^ur job is to work aiid save and serve. Doiii waste food or fueLVhenyou eat wheat be sure it is the whole whesd. is awhole wheatJbod. Inmaldn^ Shredded Wheat no particle of ihewheat benyis wasted or thrown away. Always dean pure and wholesome. Nosucfar is re-?(uired-just milk and a dash of salt. heed, arid It #ould seem that the poultry men.are doing tholr share. Among the classes which are making a better sho.wing this year tlian Usual are the Anconas, Columbian and Mr. Heber Alien Is soon to leave for Utah where he is going to attend the Utah Agricultural College at Logan. Messrs. I^aul Redd and Dodglas Pax-man liave returned from Toronto;' Silver Wyandottes, Buff and White ; whCre they have been training in the Orpingtons ahd Miuorcas.-Hingston [ R. A. F." Grandma Prepgrass Dead We_ are called upon to report the Bros:,'Af Calgary, have a particularly good ebowing of Wlilto Orpingtons. BP Tuson, the local breeder, also I death of Grandma Prepgrass, who schemes have not advanced very fwij^^^ ^ ^^^^ showing, and is strong; was buried last week. The deceased as yet. II; is true the Dominion gov- [ j j B^&ck Orpingtons. The local; was seventy-three years old. Mrs., ernment has made surveys and estab lished the practicability ot Irrigating boys are holding their own with the I Prepgrass had always been in good large tracts witBln a 'radihs of 7.5 i outside iaiiciers and are quite satis miles of the city, but much must yet I ^-^.f'".^ be done in the way of organizing thei*^"' ">ey realize that their birds are farmers to -help put the pfdjecCs" through. The chairman, explqlped that farmers wanting water for Irrigation are in the- same position as a town establish a -waterworks system. They_ naust organise and prepare to do their part of: the work. In some districts capable of Irrigation a number of farmers are not yet- satisfied that" irrigation is neces-isary, with the result that-much 1 missionary work is yet to be done before the (ii'mers themselves are ready to| .,iadulised in, lut there was an ab- health until the past year or so she had been ailing, but not :'ei�ougK to complain. She came front Denmark more than thirty years ago With Mr. Prepgrass, who yet .surviyeis her, for the past sixteen years they have made Raymond their home, where most' of the boys now are. ''The funeral was held in the Raymond first want chap- well were business visitor* to Raymond Vn Thursday. Miles Fairbanks of Barnwell was also a business visitor. Mr. .1, Morgan, school Inspector, has been ,in town all week givin'g the local public school staff an official visit, fwo or three cases of "flu" were el. Bishop Evans taking charge.. The i reported yesterday. floral tributes of friends were tokens of appreciation and esteem in which the deceased was held. She leaves-fonr sons and many friends to mourn her death. The sons 'Tiztt, of tltah, J. JT. of Washington, Fred of Raymond, and Walter ot ^al City. Bishop and .Mrs. L. Peterson of Bart- Mrs. John Powelson returned from Utah after an extended visit, layman Redd.just got in from Hamilton, Ontario, where be has been training for the air force. ,  Tractors are to be used la logging . opei-ations in Maine.....^ universal military service A Soldier's offering fo sweetheart sweetmeat his the him is niaturally that nave' most refreshment ancl great-' est enjoyment when oh duty. JThe Flavour lasts 08622426 ;