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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WRf>NRA!)AY, MAMH1! 27, Jf)!H rim U'rwmtw.f. daily iikhaij) PACK NTNE TABER FARMER 15 EST ON i iMlo III" fcflll t afternoon to �W (nnd the official .[.�nlng of the fllUwr plant, but thof.i- *mi weru pr���nc' worn conrlncc: that 1/Othbrldga'a long trouble ov-r Impure water had been golved. 'I'm [ilont waa working, In excellent or-P ;. and Commissioners (Jrace and I'r'.-man together with Mr. Heath, the erecting engineer, were there to i-ipiMn the whole pro-coai. Some of t;,e filters were cleaned .by tbo air and reversed water pro-cea"a during the afternoon and worked admirably. Thla mornlne �ia:;iplcs of the river water, the water .irnlned off while cleaning the filter beds, and the filtered product we;,. ,,n display in bot-tlea at tb" civv 11. anil a comparison of the three shows the public what Lethbrldx- U escaping in not being forced to 'Irlnk the raw water from the river. I'inh and bugs galore aro shown In lh" r;iw water. These are some of u.e thlngB that were pumped up town under the old syBtom. They aro all nou caught In the filter. Water Good Now Tho tests of the water ot the filter plant after it pas-huh through tho process shows the water to he as pure as it Is possible to make It, but the tests made up town Bhow some contamination. Mr. Grace explains this as due to the Bill in the mains. These are now being blown out, and as soon ob tho ice in the water towers melts they too will be cleaned out, and Lethbridge will have pure water at every household tap. JOURNALIST DEAD Montreal, March 27.-C. Arthur Danzereau, aged 74, former political director of LapresBo and one of the best known journalists in the Dominion, died today at IiIb home here. TEMPORARY OFFICES ROOM 4, RYLANDS' CORNER ft. J. Blackburne & REAL E8TATEMn{ � ground or fine ground for pcrcoUtoii. "PERFECT COFFEE, PER. FECTL Y.MADE" WrW4.o*. It!. UB art mailing �ftit l� ttfff hueti. Write for a copy. - MS CHASE & SANBORN, 8. C. SENDS MESSAGE Victoria, B. C . Mar. 27.-j-"That'the province ot British Columbia through Its premier, Hon. John Oliver, sends to Sir Douglas ilaig and the British army Its thanks-, confidence and prayer." , This resolution was offered in the legislature yesterday by Mr. J. W. Weart. It was adopted without discussion and :;!!) be forwarded at once. J~ The British Columbia Department of Labor has issued circulars for signature by women willing to help in berry-picking during the coming soason. An extensive campaign Is to be inaugurated, and the Y. W. C. A. Is to be given control of the supply and distribution of workers. The Dominion Council sent Miss Perry from Toronto some. weeks ago to help with the organization of this work, and which, through its efforts and successes in Ontario, the Y. W. C. A. has already become familiar. * 1'.' IN, Get Behind the Wheel of a Ford and Drive T |RY it just once! Ask your friend to let you "pilot" his car on an open stretch. You'll like it, and will be surprised how easily the Ford is handled and driven. If you have" never felt the thrill of driving your own car, there is something good in store for you. It is vastly different from just riding-being a passenger. And especially so if you drive a Ford. Young boys, girls, women and even grandfathers-thousands of them- are driving Ford cars and enjoying it. A Ford stops and starts in traffic with exceptional ease and smoothness, while on country roads and hills its strength and power show to advantage. Buy ft Ford and you will want to be behind "the wheel" constantly. Runabout - - - - $575 Touring - - - - 595 Coupe......770 Sedan...... 970 Chassis...../535 One-Ton Truck - 750 THE UNIVERSAL CAR F.O.B. FORD, ONT. Ford Garage. Dealers -A. P. Veaie, Dealer Z. N. Skouson, Dealer - Lethbridge - Warner - Raymond Louis Keel : Fashion Craft Clothes Shop : 318 5th St. MEN? 0f AllA9es and Circum- *, stances-- Your Spring A ttire /s Here! CLIP THIS OUT Telle How to.Take 8orenese From A Corn and Lift It . . . Rlo,ht Out. ---- ^ t Hospital, records show thet every time you cut a corn you invite lockjaw or blood poison, which is needless, saytj n Cincinnati authority, who tells you that a quarter ounce ot a drug called, freezone can. be obtained at little cost from the drug store but is sufficient to rid one's feet of ow; hard or' soft corn or callus, iif; You simply apply n few drops of this on a tendert* aching eorn 'und the soreness Is instantly relieved. Shortly the entire eorn can be,lifted ovit, root and nil, without palp. This drug? Iti sticky but dries at onco itnd is claimed to just shrivel; up any com without\inflainlng or oven irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. i .>.'-.;. If your wife woju'e high heels she will bo glad to know of, thls.-i-Ad. There is something in the spring air which creates a desire to be out of doors, to be well dressed in clothes which accord with this new season, clothes which are advanced in style. ^ Style Without Wear, Is Worthless Our clothes are stylish, our models prove that on your inspec-tion,-and our guarantee of satisfaction under test of wear makes our clothes dependable, and we can fit any man perfectly, regardless of his figure. Fashion Craft Clothes $20, $25, $27:50, $30, $32.50, $35, $37.50, $40, $45 Fashion Craft Clothes Shop "Buy Right and You Will Buy Less ;