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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta  TilK LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HCnALD IPA SHOULD IRE OF SHEEP TEN PI3R1SH WHEN SAOOEAIHAI resciipd 'jr. mon who haii taken to small bo:its nml some nt tlicsp Piirviv. ors ]iirivo sptriiil comiDissiiiii pmiiiirimr in->al(l this tuoniiiic; "Tbo preat wiistp to' the woo) industry. Ai ibai tlraf the 'Tili�''e� of; till' west wliiih will not i South Alherta Wool (Imiv.its were n cump iiiidpr rii)!;vii;ii>n I'-T years !0 sniall body of iiboiii U-n .':!i'ff>pintn. i-roiiie. should be .-iicriolly sr! :i)mrt ' rpproseming probably lifiy iSv r-ixty 'f(n- Kra/.iiiR piirposffori , thousand -"beep. TodiVy tiiey nuitibur '.shoiihl ht- mnde to ��i>'> tlu!: tin- sh.'pp ( r.ciirly Irto member.^ and owu mow ,]iu!n Roi [b�ir share of iby nrea."' Mr. ' than n nnavter million slierp. :Hiiob inude tins plea on \lie siouncl; ^Ir. Kii'li is a firm believer In the Hhiii � fiiiiirdii is dependent on 'be'ffrip rmaehine ?hnariii.eplatit: to di.^-- Vancoitvhr, '�Feb.'\;iS.-Updoi' the UendinK '"Why .l^noie the wonion workers," U�6 .Vtmct)\�Ver WorW 'coni-mcnltnp oti t.lle tlfecUlon of the govonj-i lucnt Co tttidertake a eattipiilgJi for vol-; tintnry w^orkers on farma, nska why, the womao/ power In- Cunr.tla Is ever-looked. Ilnir n miUlo'n women, it I9t pointed out, arc Hlveady at worte; on ffnrniB In Great Britain. wUllo the-ox-perlment of plodnir women on fruit farm.o In BrlllgU cJilanihln lin.s been a suecoa*. , � "    : i ^, i. GALBRAITH TO Dr. Sftlom'cBland hna foiintl It im j|Pot(siblo to spctik at'tho K'orum. owing |:to;htR tinto in tlio ulty IiqIiik (tilly taken 'up..- Tho. apenkor , � * ^ ,;.,, ni-.^Gnlhralth will: sDOBk from tl)o vlowpttilnt ot?:thoioW n*.ll exists ttrid doRlt',^1111 by the obminisslon of coli" sorvi�tlon. � ^ ': Tlid inttttoi'B to bo trontod aro In their iiaturo delicate. Ladles, thoro-foio, WIU U80 Uictr .discretion as tiV being present at tbo forum next flun-day. - � � - .thus .snpulv tUe finer sradj's needed by Itthe: inaiiufiieturcrsi. � Educate .Vyjool Growers' ' It is to edii'ii'i' the wool .ermvcr.s of '. Allien ! !o the possibilities of the range ;;riiwii wool, anil to help them sloni^ 111 iheir efiorts' to co-operate in Si'adinR and selline that the provin-vial (lof-iitmi'ii! 'f ;.-�ri(nIt!i;t' iniide a speeial offtin ,t> sei lire .AO. Ritih for �a spries of .eriiires tiiroiialibnt the ^]iroviucr\ .W. V. ^jltv^ns. livestock � vomniis.-'ioner is dtreitly in charge lOf the tonr. and Mr.*Riti-li expresses l:iA year; In'iiis leotnres J'ere hevvil! tell,the .sheepmen.''be best mt^thod yr.tiiis np sinstlb^i: tuoperative shear-ins sl-'eilswiitf ilie latest ' slieariiis inachinor.v. .Mr. Rituli alsoVielifves that .-Mberta Is in line to gel some of the e.\pert wool classifiers from" Australia who come over every year to America to classify the range wools. The shearing is all done across the line by the tiaie'if starts in Sontbern Alberta.and if these men could be secured here for a few years', and working in con !3iiiu.telt ii.-! highlv pleaseQ with the re- I jiuiction with the colleges train up "oeption he has met so far. He has .young iuett,a,sic^assifiers a.greatideal addressed meethip-s in Kdwonlou, Cal-j could be done to help the sheepmen isary and f'iarssliolni and will address j improve the- guality of their wool and �two meetings here today and one to-1 put it in better market condition. This ^liuildtnK. isbeepmfn from all parts of jtlie south are rlooUinq to the city for Hhe lehaels church. , ' , " ,, Ilompsler. who bas been ill in the hospital for several we.eks, a victim of typhoid fever. Is tiow convalescent, and after .staying n fo %vday.H.j Gillespie are recefvlMg^ (�ongratiilations on tbe'birth of a daughter on Monda.v, Fob. 11, Council Meeting t M the regular council meeting M. Cain asked, permission t6 cut tree.t on liind near the cr^ek. As the aowin does not own the properiy-nwintioned, the petition ,.has-heeij'"r^erretl, ,tQ ttie o\yners. A. McKeiTlclcer-was granted permission to use'the old 'nuisance ground for cow pasture. There was considerable,talk regarding the Stray cow nuisance. It i.s felt tlm there is altogether too much 'laxity allowed owners of cows in'tow'n, �nd Instructions have lieen given the town policeman to pull everyone having;,a at large. ' '  V Prince Albert, Sank.. Feb. IS. -C. J. Voratb, of Saskatoon.' is to come to ."Sour, sa^sy, up-.et stomach, indiges-: "', ^asaaioou. is lo come lo f-^tubborn Iitmps, ^o,, head aches and , ^effort to arrive at a defln- j-you feel sick and miserable, that's settlement of' the cltys financial [�when you realize the magic in Papt's QjBpepsin. It niake^ all stomach mi� affairs. This is an outcome ot negotiations that have been continuing for fr vanish in five minutes. ! soiue time. Last autumn a delegation your stomach IS in a continuous 1 representluK the citv council went to mvolt-if you can't get it regulated. I Toronto and met the bondholders to KlAease, for your sake, try Pipe's Dia-� discuss a compromise. This .delegation f-^psin. Its so needless to have a j made little impression, apparently, upon the debenture holders who at that time were evidently intent upon demanding their pound of flesh. Later ! renresentatlons were made by the stomacb-r-niake your next meal a Jrorlte food meal, then take a little (apepsin. There will not be any dlg- ftress-oat without fear. It's because I -.-V-----......-- ----- - -pe's Dlapepsln "really does" regu-i bondhtfldera to the city council and e weak, oulvif-order. stomachs that'* result ot this an agreement .was Ives It its niilKons of sales annually. whereby the city was to follow ,,J/Get a large fifty-cent case of Pape's i tonic*. Suffered a aerera nervous hreak-d((wii. 'I could not ileep, - was weak and tired all the tuitt>. 1 took ttas 'Prescription' anil just � few bottles completely built ine up an'd'Telieiveii nie of my oervout good medicine and I glad to rpuomuisud it.-Mas. Ai.rMO �BfAW), ant) Seatou St. � ii�gara J'alts, Oat.-"I.oau safely hsfV thpt ' l''avorite Prescription' did liaB. a lot. of good. 1 at ono time' �le- , , ^^oped woman's trouble; my neryes wers j ""n�*iaotii'a.n(i-herbs-by mesus ; i *WPW% Bljrcerino and is a tfwpsrance ?;iir�ay omyflaW Kbod stsndiag. Stnd liaffiSfor'iriiil Pltif. o* tablrts to Dr. V, M. il^'K'^^iJ^^^^^ Hotel, 'Buffalo, N, Tf., i�r|SBrl,ilj!nbni^^,'/;pi);t, > . . . EioiSSbsON LINE ;CuiaiUi|k�9 GUsgow iljslnfpr'jriaMein apoly to ^B.*"** ipa'ijy>$.;;:offl!ce,:';'2rO.'^f!�aJy(]eif.tB, whifeh airiillioa anti a quarter was expended, without ' the development of power; ihP Felix Frank enterprise, which was guaranloed by the city to the extent of $125.QO0, coupled with Iha loss of $400,000 to the city on the .sale otits delieiitures, it having come to light that large blocks of the cltyii debentures .were sold at from 115 lo $'20 a'hundred less ihaiv was paid for them by the eventual purchaser. Hint at Fraud The ratepayers hold that the city's inkers �and the'^bondholders must shoulder their share of the transac-tiuiv and^.thaJ..'.tha-bondholders- -uiuA'. also be prepared to accept a situation that has placed, the.ay? bid liabilities of $2;700.00 'c^krrltd-over from the quiet yusvH. Two thousand ot tlio �10,000,.ni; one-fifth .ot. what'Is received,' will-go to the VaVVork of the Y..VI.t.;.A. , .. , ; . , (.lommlsalouer Tfl^eorrfAn � was* iitlded to the finance coattnttteo,, .WOMAN .A(^OCHIt-P KlULEp. , -. Louisville, Ky.r Feb. 16.-A woman and ,a chiIdi:iv�fe,iJi.lIJQ}l iiian^ho^^ ,>JbiYjrlt*r butldlngr lapse'Of tivo ,(;ia,'t6i)i?i|i8, In Third 8tr�rfit't)�Vi: gl*-front hero' Mcjaay,' .'-Tlfe ...... ...... I, wptjpi' dry'.' '"~'2()"^ Cooked Ox. ': per, tin , ...i Veal Loaf an%%6ei Hani r�''->7 "Loaf, 'this'-.v^pek,to^.^H Ijjobster, . ' - ^ each. 20c and ..'.. .Salmon, Horo^shoe, Is, ^C-'i' each ............... Shrimps, . each Finnan llaibire, 2 tins............. Iferrings. in Tomato Sauce.'a lins^'tor Sardines, King pscHi', ,1 25'^ "Sardines. King George, .., 2 ftir ,,,.-v.....^:...'f , - Shredded Codfish, per pliK. ..Ti.. Ai'artia Codfis*, 2 III. box____........... I'ntfcd K1l�,�.. -.. '. i pkgs. . .v.*.. ,'----', .f Gold Bar Peaches, 2 ^iuH .1........:.... Apricots, Itoaedalu' 2 for ............ BliifberrlRs. �s|jiia, .regular 'Adv.. t% ^ sale this wei^i, ' � M ti%. 2 for ..,,..,;v>|,,.,..4,45^t FlKs, i!.xtrH sfelected �'piiUcd, liuHiKl boxes,  1 rit .each .....,.,.-...... 15c se,' 270- Main-'�^tr. in (onseiiuonce would he more tJum crumpled niidei'i  j)res�\ir�- of a high \M I: 45� Ciiw.ard l^owder. Monk aiijl^ (;ias�. lai-BC?-- Ujls,. '4Q|r' tllycerinu '" WilijhlrfB' ;25|.i KvaporatPd liOgauberrles each Kzy.Wuy Tablets, �'ic and . , ,',.,.., Syrup, (Jolden "silng, '�i lb. iliiK, teach .... per m Tea, Braid's beat . ' ' per lb, ,,...........; CoUee,, Our Own Blend, 9 lbs. rr,r....,......... Coffee', Mocha and J.xva ' ';^'Blend, pt^r.lb. ......, -Vinegar, Home Maile' , .'.half gallon seulors-, .each ,, '' 'I'ollet Paper, speclul this; Hveok, fi �oils 'for I 65c 35c 40c 35c 50c Cheese, 65c 35c 30c 20c 25c 90c 20c 20c 5dc 60c ie�ich';\,j .> fMIC Spider Leg Japan Tea, per lb.. .-..~ i....,,,. t. Gunpowder'Tea, �  ' ' ^ per lb........ .�....... Roman Meul, per pkg. ....'...,,----. Cucumbers, large size, ^each ,.,..,......... ... CauUfloWers, krgQ white r-i �. ' hoaap,^el^ 11^, .;J .,.' 13C RUubarbiT v' . per-lb:'-!.".-v.!':,..' Head LpttucM,,,^,!...... ' per head .......... Hot House I^cttuco _  per lb............. Spanish Onions, ;i Ibs,^'f or .. ----- Uolery.-.a'lbs,. il,. ;.;for V.:.>'i. MarmalttUe OraiVges, 25c 20c 35c 5c ,60c OOc 35c 25c Florida '.Orapo Fruit - teach \...,,.'(.'...;: Oranges, fiihcy navels ,do'(!. (100, 75c' and .,. L'eniO""' lui'SS size, Honeysprod, ^ ' . 'iper Jb,..,.,, ,T/,,.,.., Aunt .lomlua,'8-;lJaucuke� . .Flotfr-;-v ../I. .ii,,-. J.i�. 'Horse Radish,/fnylor's, each ��.....,,.. ...... Libby's Tmgnto ^oup, "2 tins ','........... , � i- ���� � 20c 15c 40c 25c 35c 75c 15c 80c 50c 40c 20c; 30c 35c GEO} IKERR tamily'GilDcers'and Prtflguon Merchai^ts iphories 1453 ahd 13i65 arrangements made diiriti^ Lenten Season for Full Lines of Front�tbe'Pacific, Atlantic an^ GreatlAkes. - - > You save tliei^iftierilnce be-^� tween express ^'aiSd ^ freight ratie's by buying at any of our RvarHets.^:': ^| We have the^foHowihg var-^ ietie^, Salmon^; Halibut, White pish, Bhif:k:Cod;jLii!r(Co(^ Fresh Herring, KippWed.Cod; Cbd; Fillets, jladdip,. Staie Brand Boneless Cod, 'Kippers Bloaters and Mackerel. Canadian FoodlControl License No. '1-155-; ':.^.::::::i:T';ii:j.;.. F.BuneJ![Go; Limited V IVIAIN, MARKET-3pD AVE.;SOUTh} ; PHONES 412- A '138B i" OpMINlON . MARKET ,-rr,pq,f^. 4Th! 'rAVE. 4-6'T;H.8t. S, PHONE 1664 i PAUACE MARKET.^13TH 8T. " ^ ?42907 2779 ;