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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRroAY, mArCH ii 1918 I" BY USING NETS PLENTY OF FIS AREOBIAIB Pincher Creek's Proposal For . Solving Food Shortage-An Iceman's Grievtince AliiiU Salt Goes if It is (From Our Otvn CorrespondiMit) Pincher Crook, Fc>b. S6.-Ai ttio council meeting oa Sionday lost ;i Ust-ter from tl\o ilepnrtTnent at Kilmontou stating tlmt It was tlio Intention to levy a Patriotic tax, and rpqupsllng tliat tlie assessment not ho made uyi until the amount needed from ihc town was decided upon tjy tho powpi'a iJiat be in Kdraonton. Tho food controller also T\Toto re-fjuesting an estiinato on tlip qnantity of fisli consumed In this hurK- Tlila broiiKht out the lufonuation that If I the law forljiddinp: tho use of nats In A. GJ� CRUIZES IHE WESTERN PREMIERS (contivukd from FkO}tor the time being, plenty conquest would be a crime and tiiat the p.-eniior had not gono to Ottawa of wbito fi:>h could be secured, both whatever is done must be with i!io to con-iuU with the previous eommo-for local iuu\ for consumption up the intention of conserving Kiissias inter-, doro ot tbo .ship, nn observation which Jtno. The secretary was requested to ests. iaiised a laugh over tho house, said �unite the dep.-inment to seo wliat could � 'Japan's message to Washington be did not seo why, with all the Sol-b done in the matter. shows she takes tho correct view." : onions on tlio government .side of the Tho councillor.^ are working out an adds tho Daily News. "American feel-. house, one ot the other members of .extonsive imendment to the license lug is undor.stooil to be opposed to a' the cabinet could not have gone and bylaw with a view of helping to cut, Japanese landing, but this view is the business ot the legislature have tho toi nue domi. wliich at present somewhat modified by the intimation been continued. He urged that notli-proraises to be very high. that joint action only is contemplated, j lug had been accomplished that could The M.H.O. reported on the scheme That condition ought to govern any for flushing out the old creek bed and , consideration ot the idea." as it will only cost about JSOO tb make, Advice to America the connection with tiie new course An article by a diplomatic not have been covered by a three-cent stamp. U was more or less a repetition of what the director of National Service had told the members ot tne coiimjcuiuu wiui tnu v.ji..j.- ------ -. . _ cbrres- the project will most likelv be proceed- poiident^in the Daily Chrnnn-le strong-: the legislature last session and It ed with. This news \\-ill be hailed with ly supports Japanese action. It says would have cost Itess to havo brought the logic of events Is so forcible that him from Calgary, it is difficult to conceive of the allies' Crlfclzes Working of M. S. A. falling to give the requisite invitation. Proceeding, Mr. Weir said that in In regard to American participation the view ot the requirements for produc-crltlo says: . tion the mllltarv were 'over-zealous "America has her hands full on the and said that a member ot the U F western front and any attempt to di-1 \, had vehemently protested against vert the men. munitions or tonnage ! taon being taken from the farms. He acclamation by all tho ratepayers, es-peclaJly tbose living within smelling distance of this oderiferous spot Up to the Icema^i A kick was registered against Uie M.H.O. by a man who had been hauling Ice because the official had condemned some ot the ice. The man had sent a sample of wh'jt be purported to be tlie same ice up to Edmonton and It had come back marked O.lv. The council was asked if they were pt^pared to make good tlie loss the ice man has been caused through havins his work delayed. The M.H.O. was from that great objective is to be con domned. Moreover, any Unking of America with Japan in this vast- enterprise would be resented by Japan as 'a mark of distrust In her ability and disinterestedness." The Daily Mail, in the course ot a siau-ment purporting to present present, however, and requested ^''t-T--^^^^-''T ^C'S!'Z'^th�aLirTX*TtiB:) -^very intel'llgent" JaT^anese......... ....u....u. .....,n wa� u.KmB men � i'^;>, 1 U m^T for hu^^^^ mandate for acUon should be bas-; out of tho trenches but they in Can-fled that the f� ^^^"'i, 'V�H f"?,^'^ ed on the broad principles ot trusting ada were Uking men of: the farms, alluded to the case of two young men who had been conscripted off their quarter sections, and who were on their way overseas before action was taken by the department at Ottawa. The-situation, said the member for N'anton. was so serious tbit it was a the I question not of whether they v.-ould > I havo greater production but normal th'.nlVs production. Britain was taking men matter was allowed to rest ^^^^ ;�,r,i.i,i nnt hA nfimii. ! who were untrained In order that ilie Federal government might save its face. Soldier Settlement In resard to the land feettlemont ot ______________ - , lucaicuiaoie possiouuiea. vjuc , tlie soldiers he protested against them forward in aji effort to adjust the bur- ^ ^^^^ ^ suggest tho pnssing ; being sent into the inaccessible parts den in an equal manner. It il"'! shinplng needs which America is now j of the country. Something should ha allv decided lo have a long loolc at ttie . ,r^, ^ satisfy In respect of tho i done to acquire the speculative lands iwt,�<. ViviRw and a commit- situation There a'�o is , alongside the railways. That was use. The maiier was aiimvcu lu icsi ihusly and it Is now tiie iceman's nest, Japan that she should npt be handi-move. capped by any entangling advanced The ever present problem of fin- (conditions. It Is believed tliat .Tapan's aucing the town was discussed and allies will realize the impracticability various schemes and dodges were put i their co-operation in an enterprise \ forward in an effort to adinst tho bur-1 of Incalculable possibilities. One ; len in an equal manner. " ' ally decided to have a ion e.Tistlne license bylaw, and a commlt- of seem tee was appointed to go over It and so as to lose no Ume, a notice ot mo- |.the t^uostlon of food. In regard t^ both tlon to apiend the bylaw was put i*'i'PP'nff food, to .?ay ;notli'ng "f through and wUl come up at the next! military man power, it does not se meeting. {to the Japanese mind there Is a sci- Henderson. Keid and Patterson-were '-pus possibility of any allied power ^pointed auditors for tiie current year! doing anything in Russia against the ' German peril, eicept Japan." Some of the newspapers back up their arguments for Japanese action where the soldier should be settled, and the suggestion that there should ho settlement in the undeveloped parts i of the province led the member to say that he had been sliocked by the tre'itment the returned soldiers were receiving In regard to delay in getting pay, ami getting work. Develop Resources In regard to fuel production he re- nith a salary- of ?200. Steps are under way to conduct a sale of the --�^^^ ^aken over by the --^^--^YsVzlng the danger of British , _____________^________________ tfJ^f hor. 'oresent Mid it is con-^ interests in Asia from the threatened � marked tbat not only could that groat ^ I, n r- -a^f tTDursome good Germaiiization of Russia. The danger; industry be developed when they se- Bidered a-fe-i.,. ^� PJ^'^^.^t^� It Is equal, if not greater, than j cured their natural resources they bulMIng Proiieny on ^^'^^l'^^ J^f menuclng Japan, and tbo papers could also develop a salt Industry too ^^'p^n^ ^ "-"H Fi^rTr "^r'^^"^""^ " ^X^'Verh^p^'lfaf-the so.diers tunate renters lately. 1 i ar c.a i ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ Republic of the United States, 'JJIgn themselves with any party, and alluding to the question ot Immlgrratlon he ; said that the first thing was to keep j compacts, play fair and not tear up ; scraps of paper. Concluding, the member for Nanton expressed the opinion that the results Of the confeironce did not justify the journey ot tho premier to Ottawa. Defends Premier J. G. Turgeon, Ribstone, who folIoW' ed, said that the point in regard to the natural resources was not well taken. The men who had called tho conference had made no relerence to Going Out of Business Auction Sale Having received instructions from Jl IBEY & CO., I will sell at Public Auction the balance of the Ibey Merchandise, located in Cardston, regardless of Value, Cost or Profit. $7,000.00 Worth of^ Good, Clean Merchandise Consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Enamel Ware, Crockery, Light Hardware, Shoes, Hosiery, Racket Goods, Notions, Stationery and School Supplies. Not a joke, a real Auirtion Sale. Everybody come and buy bargains. Comfortable arrangements will be made for customers during sale. FIRST SALE STARTS SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd At 10 o'clock sharp and will continue the following Monday and Tuesday or until the entire stock is disposed of. ^ The store will be closed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday arranging for sale. . The stock will be sold in large or small quantities to suit customers. No reserve, v - J. Owner _ .^^ Nicholson and LaValley AUCTIONEERS OF LETHBRIDGE,' PHONE 1053 NURSING THE WOUNDED l|t takes strength and courafjo to QurM the wounded. Every woman should make heraeU fit for war's call at home or abroad. Health and strength are within the reach of every woman. They are Droug'ht to yon by Dr. Pierce's PavoritB Prescription. Take this medicine, and there a safe and certain remedy for tba chronic weaknesses, derangements, and disesse-i peculiar to women. It will build up, BtrengthcD, and inTigorate every "rnn-down" or delicate woman. It aj-lists the natural functions. � At some period in her life, a woman requires a special tonic and norTine. If you're a tired or afllicted woman, torn to "Pavorite Prescription," you will find it never fails to benefit. Sold in tablet or liquid form. Send Dr. Pierce, Pres. Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Iniit-tnte, Buftalo, N. Y., (or branch, Bridga-bnrg. Cat.) 10c for' trial pkg. tablets. Toronto, Ont.-"1 found Tavorita Prescription' a splendid tonic for women. Some time ago I became all run-down, weak, nervons and could not eat or sleep. Had severe backaches, pains in ray right side. I took Favorite Prescription and it eom-pletely built mo up in health and relieved me of all tho annoying  pains and aclies."-^Mm. TnoKAs Grantham, 425 Front St. Niagar^ Falls, Ont.-"During middle ago, I began to go down in health, I would become d^zzy,'black �pot�'would ajipear. before my oycfl. I also suffered with BBTcropajns in tbo baeic of my head and my back would aoho eontinnally.^ I was most niiscrablo wheu I began taking Favorite Prescription, b�t by its uao I came through this' critical period in a good hpulfhy condition. It is a sbidndid I medii'iDo for .women at this,time of life." I -Mb8. W. F. TEETZEf-, 187 Bridge St. ml 'A Saturday Specials at the Pure Food Markets 2 flozen for - T. 1. BURNS' SPECIAL TOMATO SAUSAGE per pound - - - - PORK TENDERLOINS, per pound - - Strictly New Laid Egjgs, per dozen - ^t.^^ Finest Bonniebrook Dairy Butter, per pound - r � - Finest Dominion Creamery Butter, per pound - - - - Our butter values are the best in' the city SF^ECIAL FISH DAYS TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Twenty different varieties of fish to choose from. Another car of. dressed wrhitefish will be unloaded the^ beginning of thb week. Watch our prices. h . P. BURNS & CO., Limited 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. 1* mm IN HARNESS 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. ALBERTA SADDLERY CO., LTD. Lethbridge, Alberta Special Attentfon Given to Mail Orders,  5776787781 ;