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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE L E T H B RID G E D AIL Y H E R A L D TFIURSDAY, MARCH ',10, VJU elix tkic ('li:am:i{ AND ALL HOME LABOR-SAVING DEVICES SUPPLIED BY W.L. McKcnzit' A: Co ^HONE (iiT 718 3rd Avt S. m SNOW FALLS! N mm CREEK SIR Hnon U For the Farmers Though Stops Plowinjr-(irist Mill to Open STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST 1 HANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA -- PHONE OR WIRE BECKER .S: VA ri:s. LETHBRIDGE, WARNER. NEW DAYTON SOBDIVISIS CRE n DO YDU BORfi com? The Gracf Coal Miiio If now preparcil to tako c:\4..'>() ion fiiK-lur rrooU. M;-,roli J'.i-Oiui-�.\ii:i\n iliis (lisiritl is lovcrert in :i ilftii niiintU> of snow. About one foot oi; �l>o level luisin;; liilU'li linrins ; T:!. ?ilay nislit. It is hoavily !;trteci. ii is exuo.led thai larm help will be ratiior fcan'f- anil wases lil.Kli hem this siirini;- .\ very consiilerable anioiitit of the fall work Is still to be coi'.ipleteil anil this will leave a Kooii many farmers at a srave disailvan;-aire. The canse of the delay is mostly ihie to the laek of transportRtion for ^''A'verv interesting tooic of the day!!''*' -Council were represee.ted is the opening; of the grist mill at ]'>' """"trteess whuh sfalUered to-BrcHket It will be a verv mneh ,,H.d- ^ /"�""""l;'^"^ ".'"^�'^ gathered ta-,,i, and appvoeiated eonvenlen-e. -.-he , ^r"""'' '^''V' '-^^'.'^"'"f lurmers of this district will now he ' �'''^�>' ""^ "'^"t'�ned oryan- able to take his wheal. have j, i'/-'"'"ns have aKtoed to each put u. utonnd. set back his flour, bran and , re.-:fii; lvalue was a ditlicult thing to deter-imine owiut; to the lack of demand for real estate The only tiling the city iiould do was to make the assessment ; equitable all over the city with com-'parativr values (l.\ed as closely as possible and le: it ro at that. Si.\ih .\veiiue .V South property also i lame in for s(nne discusion. This street was opened up a few years ago �the supervision of .Mr. .Mitchell from ;the Wass. Trees -and .Mirubs. etc. will ,be tdanted. and the benutnyin,!,' of H'e p,.,^ ,,^5 park undertaken as ;. seriotis matter. The townsneople it-;:let deeply the departure to l.ethbrid^-e O: one of our i  must j:oi.ular youn:; iue:i in the person lot Mr. T. O. T. turner. .Mr. Turner I has been for se\ eral \"ears connected jwith oue o: the leadin-;; Inisiness (irnis I here and lia.s (|nite recently accepted I a position with the Scott Piuit ('. the Memorial Hospital .\uxiliary of whi:-!i Mrs. llimon ha.- Sci; president, for a numbt-r of .'.ears, fiwin.g to ill heulili the slreu^ous woii-i of liie organualion lias .urown raiiier tiring � and .Mrs. ilinlon asked lo be relieved of the Presidency. Miss 1-iull who lias iieen vice-president for an enual number of years and who hail tilled the president's chair on the i.-reetion of the insaitution was^ again aiipoiiit>'(l ; to fill the vacancy. mm mm big m m m m This afternoon at two o'clock .Mr. 1 Walker, solicitor for the V. P. R.. up-, peared with his annual sheaf of appeals. .N'onc of these however are ^ as serious as in foruile of days in order to allow the city lo gather ile-taileri information about the projiertv. The court ot appeal is anxious to get all objections settled this week so thai as early as possibe after .-Xpril 1 the council will he in a position to pass the estimates and strike the rate for 1010. l-"oity-nine appeals in all w-ere entered this year. nnHE making of Ivory Soap in Flam-A ikon, Canada, adds another indus-tr}^ to the many of which Caiiadians can be proud. It is something worth while to sa^^ that the mildest, purest, best known, best selHng soap in the continent is made here in Canada by Canadians. You promote a representative home mdustr3^ every of Ivory Soap. IVORY SOAP tmie you buy a cake CENTS G)G) 44 ^ FLOATS PURE Procter & Gamble Factories at Hamilton, Canada, also make Gold Soap, P. & C.~The White Naphtha Soap, Sopade and Pcarline NOSTHU^S A.'iL- l!�AD -Ci&i.T. /.ppUed "; Nostrils Tleiisre-. Head-CoWs at Onoe. .Vemiscain, .March i-s.--.-^ verv successful conceri .mil siuidou >ocial : was given by the people of .Veni'.-i-am ' on St. Patrick's nLglit. The proceeds. : $201.."01 were donated to the I'atriotic , i Fund ..\ssociation. \ - - - - -- ......- " I ^[j.^. xiiorson. .Mrs. Smart and .Mrs. ! I If vour nostril.-; are clogged and ; Sullivan deserve praise for thei,- on-; your head is stuffed and you can't ; tliiislasm in advertising, cooking. GOV! PLiS iW mui i % ^^�^^ Milk Kills the IJacleria causing many diseases. No diseases can he traced to Pasteurized ililk. Sold only by The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 (V'ONTI.VUf.D ll)0.\t FliONT I'aGE) BREAKING ICE AT FORT WILLIAM [s mm \w mmm has lieeu spending a few days with .Mrs. Perry .lones. returned homo on Tuesday's train. .Mrs. llonr had the I pleasure of seing her basket sell at �the highest ligure at the basket soc-I ial last Frltlay. I -Mrs. 11. O. llollag and daughter re-j turned from a winter's stay in I.etli-I liridge on Tuesday's train. Start.s From Engine Spark.s-Granarics Saved After Hard Work-Splendid Social .-\ (liKu'Cscont microscope invenled by a!i Austrian scientist for use with ultra-violet rays enables the recognition of differences in mat lor not perceptible by lU'dlnary light. New Trunk Roads I AVroiuliam, .March 2!i.--\Vhal might have been a disastrous lire was caused by sparks from a west bound freight on .Monday, the 20tli. lieglmiing on .Mnntords Wlilte's homestead and driven by a southwest wind soon spread lo DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. = I breathe freely oecause of a cold or ; designing and making costumes. (...j.^,,.^ fronj i, rietlaw. Warner catarrh, ju.-t get a small bottie ol The smoothness witli which the to Taber, and with the exception of hlys iream Balm at any drag store, i programme passed off must be attrib- two or three miles between the old Apply a little of this tragrant anil-1 i;ted to the sang froid and polished ' railway road and Magrath .septic cream into your nostrils and . ,i,.tio, of the chairman, .Mr. P. K. Iroad to Cardston will he Office-C. P. R. Freight Shedt. PHONES: Office ........... 11BS Stable! .......... 1064 Fort William, .March 29,-The icebreakers, St. Ignaco and Whaleii, are work to be done jneludes truiik.l 1^^^^ Held and would hav. miles out in the bay. They will soim begin work in Fort William's 21; miles of water front. let it penetrate through every air pas- iV^jt(.r" i'sage of your head, soothing and heal-i .(-he' entliusiasti!; apjdause wiiicli iing the inflamed, swollen mucous , j,,.,,, showed that the Muembrane and you get instant re-j .^,,j,;pn,.,. appreciated tlie efforts of , , , , , those who presented the urogram: P .\h! how good it feels ^our nos-^ pi^,,^ selection, .Mrs. H. Thomi.son; ;lril8 are open, .vour head IS clear, 110,30 5^^.. ,.,.,,.,1,,.. i,i^|,,,,,, yy,,,^^ ;inore hawking, snuftlmg. blowing; no,^,;^^^^ ,. ^,^,| ^j^,^.^,,^ accompanist .Mrs. Herb. Thompson; ('oinic the trunk completed. song. more headache, d.oness or strugglin I for breath. Ky's Cream Halm is just ,,, ,,. ,, , 'what sutTerers from head colds and ,', -^arsden: : catarrh need. It's a deliglii. .1 1) '^V*^" '^'^ '"'"'""� liiginboUiam & (.'o., Limited, i>rug-^ '  ^l-'"''''' yjjslsls.-Advertisement. iHowen; F. Kearns, ^ I .-^.ni^rr--- � ' W. Finn; Sword dance, Mr. Cowie, accompanied by .Mr. Cowie, Sr.; fJe- The trunk road from ftaley south through Woolford to Taylorvllle will be completed, as will also the trunk road from Cardston south through Leavitt lo .Mountain View, and the iriiiik road through Cardston south through Kimball to the inlornational boundary near Twin Lakes. From the bridge over the Old .Man (Belly river) selection, ' west of Cardston a good road'will be 1 SA'uTo IS FARMERS ! GET YOUR DISCS IN SHAPE FOR SPRING WORK FINE FOR KIDNEYS, QUIT MEAT WK CAN SHARPE.N THE.M, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Avenue South. I For Sale Cheap Or trade for horses or cattle, IMPORTED PURE BRED SHIRE STALLION Sound and an e.xcellont foal getter. Apply to BRIMHALL Rayinond BROS. Alberta ''Utter which can be kept strung oiifCd hall of twine ready for use has liQWl Muenied by a .Maryland invcu- Flush the Kidneys at once when Back I hurts or Bladder ' bothrrs. | Xo man or' woman who eats meal; regularly can make a mistake by i (lualilng ihe kiiln-ys occasionally,! says a well-known authoritv. .Meat I forms uric artd which clc'ss lIu- kid-j ney pores so they sluggi:-hly biter or | strain only parl of the wasti; and poisons from llie blood, ilieii yon ^ct sick. Nearly all rheumatism, head-i aches. liver trouble, nervousness, constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders coine from slugglsli kidneys, I The moment you feel a dud ache in (the kidneys or your back hurts, or ;lf tlie urlue is cloudy, otl'ensive, full i of sediment, irregular of passage or I attended by a sensation of scalding, gel about four ounces of .Jad Salts I from any reliable pUarniacy and take la lablespoonful In �>. glass of water j before breakfast for a lew da.vs and iyour kidnoy.s will then act lino. This I famous salts is made from the acid jot grapes and lemon juice, combined with litlila and has been used for generation.s. to flush clogged kidneys and Btlmulate them to activity, alBO to neutralize the acids; in iirino so It 'no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. .Jart Salts Is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes n delightful effervescent llthia-watcr drink which all regular meat eaters hdiould take now and then to keeji the kidneys clean and tile blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney comiilieationH.-,1. D. Hlginbolbam (k Co,, Lluiiied, Drug-giNis.--.�\dvorliseiii''iil. Piano Song. -Mr. I':.; graded to Wateiton Lakes Park. S. Knaiiss, S. : The iiiieriKitional liiglnvay between L. O'lionnell and ; hPthbridge and Coults will be gone lover and regraded where necessary to put it in good sliape. In l-!7 two citation. W. Knglisb; Song Miss (Irace i i,ri(lges and ii miles of road were nulls; Vocal duel, -Misses Clausen Iconstrucied last year. This season and Fulton; lleeilation. .Mr. llillis; : nvo or three more miles will be �dded Song, Clarence ngilvie,! much apprec-! to the road, giving settlers an outlet latedi; Cornel solo, ,losepli Shrorock. ----- ------ RW[8 OICES ^ Victoria, B, C., .March 2fi.-For the ; l-urpose of putting the school textbooks of the western provinces upon sonii. basis which will ailinii of lower prices for the imrchasers and econoiiiv 1 nnolc to draw off tin without gates to .Milk River. The graded road from Coults east will be exleniled about eight miles.. The trunk road east ot Milk Iliver will be extended to Klp])eii. Two or three crossings will be constructed over Ivipp (W)ulee south of towiisitos on the Lotlibridge-Weyljurn branch, giving farmers easy entry to their new trail-in.; centres. 'I'lie trunk road between .M.tgraili and the new bridge over Milk Iliver will be completed. The Iransconliiienlal highway from Lelhbridge east to C.'hiii will be re-graded, new culverts put in and culs HuipluH water. for families moving from one province Money has been aulliorized for the to another, prominent educators in the ; gravelling of Ihe trunk road from the emiiloy of tlie .Manilolia, Saskalclie-] Irallic bridge west of the city lo the wan. Alberta and British Columbia governments are ineetliig here in conference this week. .Manitoba is represented by n. l''lelcher, of VVinnipeg, deputy minister of education; Saskatchewan by D. V. McCall, of Itegina, Sask., superintendent of education for that province, and Alberta by .1. T. Ross, of Edmonton, Alta.. chief inspector of schools. They met. Dr. Robinson, siiperinien-dent of education for British Columbia, here, and the four are holding sessions at the offices of the education deiiartraont, The government of tJniguay v ill assume control of all telegraph and telephone services and reorgaiilzo and improve them. limits of the city. The district around Travors and Bow City will also be looked after, although the plans for that district are not definite as yet. The trunk roads converging on this city which will be completed and in good shape by the ead of the season are: Lethbridgo to Medicine Hat; Lelhbridge to Cardston, and Lelhbridge to Coutts. A recently invented shock paid lo protect llie shoulders of gunners is featured by a long air chamber interposed between a hard rubber base and a soft rubber cushion. Makes Stubborn Coughs Vanish in a Hurry SurprJHlnf;ly Guoil Cougti Syrup Kanily nnil C'Ueupl> Muile at Home If some one in your - family  Ims an obstinate cough or a bail throat or chest cold that lias bei'ii hanging minutes-full directions with Pinex. Keeps perfectly nnd has a pleasant taste. Children like it. It's really reiiuirUable how promplf.v and easily it loosens the dry, hoarse or tight cough and heals the iiillained nieni-oranes in a painful cough. It also stupa the formation of phlegm in the throat iind bronchial tubes, tlnia ending the ))er-sisteiit loose cough. A splemlid remedy for bronchitiH, winter eouglis, bronchiiil �tHthuui and wlKiopiag cough, I'ine.x is a special and highly coiicon-trali.'d compound nf genuine .N'orwuv pirie -ixtrfict, rich in guaiaco' >>liinl. != ur. i,,...i 'iig to the membranes. Avoid di.'^appoiiitment bv a.=king your IrugaLsfc for ''2% ounces of Pinex,"' �n;l do not accept anything else. A guarantee of absolute Balisfiiction goes wiili tliia l,',i","F>aralion or money promptly refunded, i ho PiTicx Co,, Toronto, Out. soon made short work of his Imild. ings but for the timely arrival of ; Irvine .Nelson, By desperate work .Mr. Nelson saved two granaries contain- ; lug last year's crop. There bad been , recoil i general complaint by residents along 1 this line regarding the condition of j liregnards ploughed by the ('. f. K., I in many places the sod is Inirely 1 scratched leaving sulliclent grass to , carry the fire across to the other side. Conditions are particularly favorablo tor llres this spring, many of Ihe j stubble llelds will have lo be burned | and with such a heavy crop of grass ; !and stuldile llres will be bard lo con- | Irol. With So many granaries and bins yet in the farmers will have lo proceed with caution In handling their llres as the losses would be coiisid- I orablo. I Tlie entertainment and buskei soc- \ ial licld at the Palienct^ School House | oil iSe evening of the 2'Uli was a huge siict'oss and rewarded thi^ members of the Women's Institute lor their efforts In liehalf of tlie Belgian Relief Fund. Tlieri! was miieli siiiriled bidding cm the baskets, everybody liolng ready to ' donate liberally to this popular fund. After supper the young folks spent a few lioiirs dniudng. This Is the llrst event in the entertainment line by the Women's liisti-tiile at Wrcntham, and It is lioiiod that Kucli success In this one will lirove an incentive lo further efforts along this line, in the rural districts lliere is need for some such body to take the lead In the social work of the neighborhood, nnd the. Women's Institute is particularly fitted to lake the load in any district. It is reported that approximately $7U was obiainnil from llio proceeds of the supper. School opened In the Owen district last week, with Miss Merrick of .Magrath In charge. A. Wostergreen returned last week front u business trip to points In .Manitoba. While there, .Mr. Wester-green was laid up lor ten days with the la grlpiic. .Mrs, A. b, lloer of Foremost who In Quality In' Results In Purit^ In' Econom)^ e.opinioit of, those v?h(? use ^, \t\' and knovJ it--' Baking Powder-^ the Quality Kind at an lionest pries.' Ask Your Grocer.; B t D R OS E TE A"fe good tea" 9 30 ;