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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 .'^ �  **~ EIGHT I ., It '1 -4 -W �k. j� i i if" ^ ( T r- I lJ THE 1- ALiitlc Salt Goes Pincher Creek's Proposal For . Solving Food Shortage-An Iceman's Grievance (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, Fob. 26.-At ttio council meeting on Monday last a let- �i � tar from tiie department at Edmonton stating that it was the intention to levy a Patriotic tax, and requesting that the assessment not be made up until the amount needed from the town �was decided upon by the powera that | be in Edmonton. J The food controller also wrote requesting an estimate on the quantity of fish consumed in this hurg. This brought out the information that if i the law forbidding the uso of nets in the lakes near town was rescinded or suspended tfor the time being, plenty of white fish could be secured, both for lowU and for consumption up the line. The secretary was requested to �write the department to see what could t> done in the matter. The councillors are working out an extensive amendment to the license elf the canadian salt co. limited 217 the haturalvresources of iha^jjjfaJr^'jibigfl by tho Federal government wtm .provlncesl^t^vai^trijtl on tl^agd^l.prtqtlcftUy uEreJeBB^atAvan wHa good; :AwJ��.:.tl^%�lfe� ytlberta sont his i tis 'the Alberta ifnrin. lbah^-bill, ^Critical Also As to the main purpose of the conference he agreed that the three ^eeks. Had been waste^/He held that the mat> tors that JwerefdUcussed At the conference wore matters that they had been discussing for the past, year, X>^. tilow, Calgs;ryt,:;l^ffiplttfaed tha the coal"' mines ^ere^nbt. producing e'nongh'.ana ^vo^ated^u^system for .ensuring a great^;,retUrn'(from the wines. Some meh .eamM .ks. niuch as twelve dollars a day,,and' $kinvestigation should ho held't'p*see.(if they could not-get out nibrd i- ing ice because the official had con- anDpying . pains and achea, *Mas. TnoMAS Grantham, 425 Front St. Niagara, FaUa, Onfc,-"During middle age, I began to go down in health. I would become d^zzy,''black epbte' would anpear. before my oyipe. I also suffered with Bererb pains in tho back of my head and my back would acho continually. I I was most miserable when I began talking [-Favorite Prescription, but by its use I came through this* critical period in a good healthy condition. It is a splendid medicine for: .women at'thls.tiine of life." -Mas. W. F, TcETZEt,.a87 Bridge St. 1 ">  r Main Market-3rd Ave. South-Phones 412 & 1388. Dominion Market, Corner 4th Ave. & 6th St. S., Phone 1654 Palace Market, 13th St. N., Phone 431. V �k. -t 1 f - \ I 1- t 1 F S 1 4' ( You cannot afford to send away when we can serve you with better values at home. Show your appreciation of our efforts by favoring us with your orders. We carry many other styles of harness and our prices, are right. �' J i Lethbridge, Special Attentton Given to . Mail 1 l ' FT" I LJ , J L f - ;