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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t \ THE LKl MBHIOUE DAJLY HfeH^yOl/. Town Gethng Many improve ments-Drillers Get ' Contracts (From Our Own CorrcsBOndfnt) � Wrentham, Feb, 18.-Since our last budget appeared we almost toel that oUr apology for not keeping pace with . other tow'ns along the line to be some-�r'haf out of place. Since that date wo hare got a barber shop,, a grist mill and a consolidated school. To ay nothing of the first baby to ar rive in the town, a tine big black-smitli, at the home of Charles Pota. Weddings are not out of place in our district either. Jim Connor step ped off the train the other morning %vJtb a blushing bride on bis arm. The band was not In attendance but any-way the reception given them was one the bride can surely write home about. However, Mr. and Mrs. Connor, since it Is no longer a secret, we alt join In wishing you a long, happy and prosperous lite and hoping It will be spent in our district. Driller* Get Contracts 'As a result of an item in our last budget that a well driller could get plenty of work In this district, Mr. Vail B. Smith of Lucky Strike, has been In the district signing up ,8ome contracts. Mr. Van Over from Champion, where he rece-ntly sold his farm, has purchased section l-T-16, six miles northeast of Wrentham where he is putting up about f2,000 worth of improvements. His brotherln-Iaw Mr. Alley is also improving section 12, lying directly north of him. They both expect to move here as soon as the buildings are ' completed. IMck Howe recently from Blairmore, but perbap^ better known around Foremost and Etalkom where he opened the first business in the town is to open a barber shop in Wrentham. Mr. Howe was in and looked over the proposition some time ago but as he baa a family of five children, he would not make the move until official word was.received from Edmonton that con-olldatlon can-led. So Mr. farmer when th'e tousorial artist is putting thi. finishing touches on a good mas-(� can yon imaginia it to be a remit of having a consolidated school. Mrs. A. Westergreen returned from Letbbrldge on Tueaday^ bringing with ber a fine big baby. May Buy Land Ur. Fharis from Missouri was In the diatrlct a couple of days this week looklns over land wltlLfa view of buy-ins. He says it looki good to hbtl. W. B. Sturgie, Jr., went to Taber via liethbrldge on Wednesday where hods taking Masonic degree work. Out ; lumberman is busy these days unloading several cars of lumber besides the local stuff which is going out continually. X Ijewis and John Holmeraon have leased Mr. Westergreeri's farm for six years. M^. Westergreen ' will remain on'the place where he has plenty of stock to require his time. He Is putting up a set of buildings on the Hudson-Bay section for the renters, where tbey will do considerable breaking this season.. The boys purchased twenty head of horses from Mr. Westergreen .80 they will have a good dutlit to go' ahead with. ^ . Will Extend Una : dnr aectidn foreman tells us that he , has been advised by the road master that this lind will be extended at least two' stations this season and connected up it-the steel can possibly be ae-^ cnred. � -.W''- ' It is reported-that little Haiel Pel-ham who has been seriously Ui la the Gait hospital ^ improving. Mr. Henneger tells us that be has .y lost comparatively few sheep this win-vter.. Considering this to be a very bard winter on aheei^, we can account , tor thit, only by the fact of Mr, Hen-.neger'sirery efficient equipment and methods of handling sheep. He spent thooaanda of dollars last summer in buildings, sheds and corrals, etc. He has about 15,000 sheep in this district and baa fed about twenty car loads of � hay so lar this winter. /The ladles of the church are enter-ftalning the gentlemen at the home of ' Mr. and Mrs. B. A: Perkins on Friday veBlng; The gentlemen are expectSd to return the cvmpliment at a later date.::.:-. diESENT PRICES EGGS ,'^Oltowa, Feb. 20.-r-The;co8t o! living ''^ iCommisaloner of the ministry of labor '^tc.' >>�* isanedhia ordinary monthly state-!%-ment ot the quantities of food held in . r'-i storage aa of February* l,-1918.  His f v '-tignrea. are derived from the returns i as 'of companies holding about a9 per 'pent, of: the total cold storage space "i^; aVallabia Mn' Canada.-:" They Include �;vra':^4Blry products, pickled and barrelled .� well as frozen meats and the hold- f'vX tegs of practically all the large fislj teM; cgropanles in Canada. I 7'" > The> amounts of food commodities In jltorage oh February 1,1918 were: But-.tajr-7,542.447 pounds; cheese 7.629,923 Ir" Ppunda;^eggs, 1,&60,039 dozen; beef, %'^'lres}i- and, pickled 40,197,654 pounds; ^^,|orK;,,fresh: and pickled 20,917,495 (Vnouuds;-bacon, ham and smoked meats &|S1S;03$,104; pounds; mutton and lamb &iS82i230:vppunde; fish 16,440,734, and "(flowl,'all varieties 3,105,535 pounds. SjivS-r (The preceding figures cover only > goods reported'aa held in storage. To JV"'�(ftlwate;tbe qunjitlly of any such ^v^pods available from cold atorage com-[w,...t'i)i�n(e^\ftirvcoa8umptlon >nd export, i|y..,'''adUi .ftb^ut 10 per cent to roprosont it^^^fiood* }nitransit;and certain compara->^Tiy^|y,Mh8tgiiii;icant J quantities unro- > RUSSIANS WILL FIGHT TO DEATH ' ' ' ? Petrogmd, Fob. 22.-U the dcrmons refuse peaee to Russia, "a struggle to the death or Victory for us Is tnovltablo, says" an, oftlclnl statement Issued today. *   * Cheese .... Eggs .. .. . Boef, frosh pickled .. .. Pork, frosh .. .. 3,3U.S01 . ... 738.337 and ____34.090,601 and 6,157,783 1,180,299 40,134,094 19,999,537 12.305,432 �1.301,106 15,162.765 2.346,208 pickled......22..V,-3,061 Bacon, ham and smoked meats. 16.909.551 Mutton and lamb 5.979,344 Fish .. .... .. i",49,-.,44S Fowl all varieties.......... 4,724,179 The holding of eggs and cheese It win bo noted aro about double those of February 1 of last year. There Is a very large Increase In fish holdings and a substantial Increase in holdings of beef. The other coramodltlos show decreases as compared with the same ditte in 1917, The commissioner's observations on the above figures follow: "I must again say that a hundred per cent. Increase of egg holdings and an almost equivalent Increase of cheese holdings over those of a year ago fall to Justify prevailing prices ior these commodities. As to ch^so I know that less than five per cent, of our production will serve our ordinary needs and that a large amount of thq stored cheese Is the property of tho cheese comihlsslon, but,-! cannot, nor need I, shut ray eyes to the fact that fairly apart from the cheese bought by or offered to the cheese commission, there Is, an enormous amount of cheese stored by private o-wners, and while the price to the Canadian con-liumer is maintained at an altitude which does not allow him to occasionally substitute this wholesome feed for meat, the cheese producers are reinforcing' for a demand for yet higher prices tor the cheese commission." PERFECTS NEW ROTARY AERIAL MOTOR HERE Mr. B, H, Tompkins, a local automobile mechanic, has perfected the design of his new rotary turbine gasoline aerial motor, which he has been working on, for several months, and hopes soon to place the plans of his motor before the war .office committee for their inspection! The rotaiy method used in Mr. Tompkins' motor for compressing and ' exploding the gases elimli^ates all de-strnctlye vibration (which Is encountered in the motors now being used) and redncea friction to a minimum,' iwhlch will,give the motor uhexcelJed. endurance/As well as endurance thls^ motor displays other features of speed, j economy, and It Is claimed by the in.> irentor that it will produce at least a^ horsepower per each pound and a half' weight, making it far superior to the mdtors now in use. The invention is being financed by Lethbridge and New York capital. Mr. Tompkins add his promoter expect to leave in a fisw weeks for New York and Washington. SOCIAl EVENT); AT COAlDiaE SCHOOL (From our Own Correspondtnt) Qoaldate, P'eb. 21.-'TUo Oood Times Club gave another most enjoyable dance on Frlddy evottlug In tho hall. Tho room was tnstefully decorated with ponnunis and hearts featuring St. Valentine's day and presented a pleasing appearance. Tho mualp was pronounced to bo tl^e best this season. The hostesses were prettily gowned In-evening costume and did their utmost to ontortain tholr guests. Tho whole evening was 'the most enjoyablo of its kind held hero this season. It la to be regretted however, that tho expenses In connection with hall rent and music are so high that those affairs can only be conducted with a deficit. On tho following evening Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dolaney entertained a large number of their friends at a dnnce. A thoroughly good time was spent by all. Return From Trips Last week saw a number of our citizens return from trips abroad. This week sees' the number augmented. Mrs. T. P. Brown has returned from Seattle where she has been for a month or six weeks. Mrs. Olnspey has returned from a trip in the States. Mi*, and Mrs. B. S. Pawson and family have returned ffom three months' visit In Long Beach, Cnl. Mr. arid Mrs. H, W. Dalne have returned from an extended visit to Chloago^ Minneapolis and other points. Miss R. Armstrong and K. McPhee, of Lethbridge, were guests of Miss Hunt on Saturday, Miss Olive Norman and .Master Billy Norman, formerly of Coleman, but now of Lethbridge are spending the" week at the parsonage. Mrs. (Rev.) Pike of Iron Springs, Is spending the week with Mrs. (Rev.) Fawcett.. Miss )Iunt spent the weekend In Lethbridge. Teachers'At Home A very pleasant afternoon was spent last,Friday at the school, when tho pupUs and teachers were "at home" to the parents and friends of the district A goodly number were present. A short program was rendered in the auditorium, refreshments were served lA tb� ddrniatlri soWnce.room, and iiti ^^lelylng medical and surglc*! troat-aU6g?thorwd-tlWo spoilt by all.^The, Uit In Lothbrldfe hospUa Is rocoy-pro"J>o8nl was mddo by the pupils iii erinft and able,to moot his frjends the- �oh�Mrt;iparudttwnt'that in vlawvAgalm of the nooh hour being longer than nQ-l l�or liqi?ip hoio. both .In farm and garden, that permls- .The lades me yostorflay aB�ln. In slon bo secured to reduce the noon' sjille of the extreme cold for Had hour from no minutes to 30 minutes,; Gross sowing. The sowing classes at !!51 ��iiTiggSZnS SATURDAY, FEBBUARV 23, 1918 and to dismiss school at 3 o'clock Instead of the further proposition has beon made that school be operated on Saturdays the same aa other days during the remainder of the winter and a recess of ten days to two weeks be allowed In tho seeding season to allow pupils and teachers alike to par. tlclpato In tho "spring drive" for larger production. Tho total ni|mber of school days would not be decreased at all and the time gained on Sdturdays would be spent to excellent advantage. Whon food Is needed more than any-' thing else within tho empire any reasonable expedient Is Justified. If this is to be of any use this season, It must be acted upon at once, as each week one Saturday slips awny. Mr. S.,A. Llndbtad C.P.R. section foreman mere for a number of years Is at. the Hot Springs for his health. He has been In poor health all winter. Messrs.. Lancaster and Paulson, builders and contractors, are back again at work after a few woeks with their families In Calgary. A pleasant little party assembled on Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Calven, In honorof G. E. Hazel, who leaves this week to begin training In Calgary In the A.M.C. R. J. Baldry is spending a few days this week in Lethbridge participating In the "roarln* game" at the bonsplel. Rev. 'J. M. Fawcett is in Calgary this week in attendance at the Alberta Social Service conference. A party of young people assembled on Wednesday^ at J. P. Thomas' for a skating party. A good time Is reported. Jno. McD. Davidson, who has been Indisposed forlthe past couple of weeks Is Vecoverlng-siild able to be around again. Bert Helghs who has recently b^en Carter's Little Liver PUls For Cons^iattqii If you can't get mil the exercise you hooldhive, it* all the nore Important that you have the other trled-and-tnM remcdr for m tor Standard Ford motor, transmission and ignition.  The largest truck and automobile'^ company in the British Empire, with an organization of more than 700 , Canadian dealers stands back of every Ford truck purchased. ' J. Ford Garage, Dealers A. P. Veale, Dealer Z. N. Skouson, Dealer Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond R. F. DYGERTS PERCHERON AND BELGIAN STALLJONS NEXT IMPORTATION FEBRUARY 25, 1918 Write or Phone Phone 530 Lethbridge;/ Alberta Barn on Third Street I ' �� 'wflS."ll?'"�� ;