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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBtUDOft MAY FARMERS PROTEST TAKING NEEDED Farmers Canada who are endeavoring lo increase produc tion want the Dominion government to make some ruling which will pre taking experienced and hard fsTTticra off tholr find petitions from various parts of the country nre belns to Ottawa suited from differences with the ister of ho stated that Umo wag he an omployoo of lliclabor He wns a judicial offi Ulit to the department for these services by the of justice and no time wns the question of author ity I took tho position assuming that t was to be the supreme dictator In my he No lawyer cnn submit to dictation as to the method in which he sliall conduct his own OConnor nald ha wns lit present engaged in the proformahcn of other jmlldal services and that there was positively no chance of Ills going buck to the labor Conserving Touching on the question of OConnor sutd there are two meth ods of conserving Ono way was Cannot Drain it Further So May Let it For Band Concerts for relief in this The to raise the prices ot commodities to members of Mile Local j auch an extent that the people w mid the first Southern Alfirrfa farniprsjho foned to reduce organization to join in the I while the rflher was to Increase pro They have addressed a widely signed j He stated that the turning petition to Hi Commission on Mill of the white ight of investigation tary Service at Calgary in which they npon business in general had no doubt set out thai they have been told by the government that it is their duty to produce and maKO use of all avail able land ami They also rotnt out while they know there the helped to keep some people his recent exhaustive In quiry into the profits ot cold storage he had found out of 111 ex amined only three have accumulated1 excess Reverse the The cause of the present serious j situation is due to the fact that the cold generally have gotten away irom the old prac a very great need for men at there nre thousands in training in the Inited State who ar not who awaiting ships to transport them to In view of these conditions they ask that the or der to report us if applies to a fice of conducting their business along her of young men of Twelve a basis of ninety per storage and I who are energetic ten per said OCon and hardworking farmers be The percentage now is corn ed and that he leave of absence in pletcly and the majority of their cases be left in force as former the companies are trading to the ex ly tent of ninety per cent Several have told the Herj Von arc paying excess prices for aid of hardships which tley wil have eggs for simply because the to undergo if their who are their i individual buyer iscompeting with mainstays on tho are and f the storage having an immense cap declare that reduced acreages must At the present time the coin follow the enforcement of the draft panies are purchasing eggs through their The chief protclr is j out the country the prevailing tha the order has come at a time when i prices in quantities sufficient to last ir disorganizes arrangements j them for April will i last longer fhan others ind Suentiy tin householder next Christ i will buy eggs gathered i normal price plus tlif cost of j storage andyhe margin placed upon j tlicm the storage With out this compelitijn eggs now be selling tor about cents a May Notwithstanding the efforts to conserve flour and for some reason during Feb tlte consumption exceeded that I ot detlarecl RECORDS BROKEN May rec ords for number of subscribers to Liberty Loans were broken today when treasury returns showed that approximately twelve million persons have bonds of the third is Total subscriptions were i t late cost ot lirng commissioner for sent about by early what to do with Henderson Park Lake this summer Is a question which occupied tho time of the coun cil for an hour this The council lias learned that the lake has been drained as low us it will go with the present sewage arrangements for carrying it Now what to be done The The first part of the discussion dealt with the possibility of cutting the It was agreed among Hie commissioners that the use of the hand saw bought for that purpose was a failure owning to the necessity 6f using band The mayor declar ed his belief that chemicals could be found which would not only kill the weeds but purify the water and point ed out that in Minneapolis and other cities of the States copper sulphate is used in small quantities in the reser voirs of liter plants to keep down the weeds and at the same time clarify the He spent in introducing a copper sulphate so lution into the and then leaving a bar of sulphate in the diuh through which the water flows Into tlj laco would solve the Certain da ta which the city has the use o col per sulphate for such purposes will b gathered and If the scheme looks at all feasible it will be As for ridding the lake of the weeJn at present in it is thought best to leave it stand empty tor another and that an effort ought to be made to get rid of the weeds in the tiQdrained Commissioner Grace thought harrowing the drained por tion would However it appears to be the councils intention to turn the water into the lake in about a Commissioner Freeman de clates that there will lie little trouble with weeds this and on account of the fresh water the lake will be much more pleasant for swimming and j sand for lie kiddies beach has also been and Mayor Hardie thought this could be provid ed very cheaply by using the garbage truck for hauling it from the river as the box is made especially Jor that When asked if his resignation re HOW TO END CORNS SAFE CERTAIN DANGEROU TEMPORAL Which Way for You Above are pictured thres ways to treat Bluejay the most cer It isVsafe ana Yet the unknowing ones experiment with mussy liquids or the dangerous These two ways are tempo But Bluejay is scien The spot of meejicated discovered by a creat soothes vrhtie it Place a Bluejay Plaster on your throbbing corn Relief is The soft felt pad stops the pain by relieving the In 48 hours the medicated wax has saturated the corn undermined it to its roots and it comes off pain Na ture responds quickly such a cor rective Hardly a corn cm Of course once in a whiie there is an old stubborn corn which requires a second or third But such are Bluejay Plasters are made by Bauer the great surgical dressjpg Try a Bluejay Plaster Join the painfree thousands who rely on Once you know yonll never consent to have a corn nor to coddle it with temporary The cost is ap plication we promise im mediate relief and a defense less Bluejay Plasters are sold by all ZSc per Also B 1 u e j a y Bunion Bluejay For Corns Pain CompJtttly at BAUER Limited MoUr Surriul UiMMti Toronto New York it was stated that millions of tiny fish had gone down the and Commisstbner Freeman intimated in passing the water through the sewage disposal plant the fish had clogged the distributing arms of the j Wants City To Take j who owns the pavil I ion at the lake has written conn icil suggesting that take over the Commissioner Freeman has been instructed to prepare an esti i mate of the value of the pavilion and the boat belonging to An arrangement has been made with i the city band for concerts during tho i summer at Gait Gardens and Hender j son Lake and the city is placing I in the estimates to cover the I This will be paid out in instalments j as the band satisfies the city that it is living up to its the meotip Jolmdei r ex Mayor 4Ppofti whtf AiK prefiacfet of the Red THiniRle committee of this and Nawcotnbe ot who Isi Ing ho tills con as Wellrfs the wferc on the After a very brief atltlren9 by the NPW combe since we have pevlbusly hnd acampaign for this most worthy und showh such a genuine that It would not be necessary to go into the outlining of the and that he only wished to that Into every nook and corner of th every constituency otthe Dominion of Canada the Red Triangle workers Intended to find their Pearson was greeted with j hearty hpplaime as he to mid during tho remainder of the time he was accorded very grave although several times his stories of tho hoys over of their gen uineness of of their mirth lov ing antics untf of their always matting the best of brought peals of laugh The speaker who can vouch for th6 truth of the declared that he hud to twvel over miles before lit a ring the ridiculous that our soldiers are charg ed for their Red Cross He absolutely denied the the origin having come from where it Pqafson also emphasized the the Athletic writ ing hot and whatever food can be supplied to the line of arc sup plied freely to all men And that the great handicap has that the supply has not always met the His closing remarks were curt and very much to the No doubt youhave felt that you have had campaign after but until this war is ended you are going to still have campaign after And dont that the boys who went from here have had campaign after They have had Vimy and so down the am they have never I will read to you nn address from Ourrle and you re member the words of Byng When he bade adieu to the Canadians on his leaving to take command of the Brit ish 3rd it is because of because of your great because you have always gained your objec tive and held that I have been call ed to this important The Can adians there arj doing their and the Canadian who gets off with only giving is getting off ifiighty lucky and After the singing of the national an them the speakers left hurriedly for where they were to address a meeting at nine Anniversary The 9nth Anniversary of the was commemorated on Sunday evening last by the local lodges 1 and Rebekalis attending ser vice in tho United The pas Wilkinsons sermon being most impressive and approp having taken for his the familiar words of Bear ye one others The music of the service was very and espec ially pleasing tfie rendering of the antjjem by the After the service the members of the order gathered in the where most hearty Appreciation was MR MAN Goodfellow Gels it Others on Casualty Lists For the second time Walter Goodfellowot lias been tvonnd etl In according to the casualty Ho was wonnilotl about a yenr and hns ngnln been only Several men who enlisted at Let h but whose homes arc else where have appeared in the casual ties an follovs Dted of Gunner Ernest Par next of kin next of England Cecil next of kin England seriously Pte next of Toronto Driver next of kin Believed Plrtchcr Creek Plncher and Blair expressed of the interest shown by the and the members of the church In making ths anniversary service one to be long DOCTOR SAYS VINOL IS THE BEST TONIC Honeat Opinion Doctor Gave Patient wasin a pitiful nervous and run down so not do my I had doctored for years and tried everything under the A friend told me about I asked my doctor about and he It certainly is the best medicine that can be had I couldnt give you any I took and today I am as and strong as any woman could wish to and it was Vinol that saved Frank Hor Ash v We guarantee this famous cod liver iron tonic for all such HIGINBOTHAM Lethbridge Also at the best druggists in all Alberta U8K IN New Slay Gorman gov ernor of Belgium has issued a rtecron calling for a Hat of all hells weighing over 20 ppnndfl as woll as all organ pipes in ami It la intended to take them away to be nriute into according n statement here last by Senator Henri LR president of the executive committee of the Society for Gifts fol Belgian Pathe Orchestral Records PATHE exccte all others in the recording and ing of orchestral PatM orchestral records made the usual unsatisfactory thin orchestra of ten or twelve per but with a full complement of forly or fifty The rcstilt is a natural and satisfac tory rendition of your favorite Listen to the thousand and one little artistic embellishments running through a PatM orchestral number beautiful euphonium the dclicatcX introduction of the plaintive the sweet blending of the the artistic balance of the the masterful building up of and the magnificence of the1 The living orchestra is before While to obtain the best results they should bo played on the with the PathcSapphire all other makes of instruments run be easily adapted to play Tathc fiend fir Palhe Catalogue of Period The Pathe Freret Pkonorraph of LimiUd Clifford Street nrr Itirlts Rliir Western Wholesale 1 Whitla LOCAL DEALERS HUDSONS BAY LETHBRIDGE GIVE LIVES I Others Are Pearson Speaks on Work At the Front i HEELS PUT Oh its Beastly and Im so Wish I had a Glass of From Our Own April gar denlng has already been but the greater part of this work will be done in the coming In it will be in tho next week or that our townspeople are going to have to show iliat they have caught the spirit that should nut every Dossltfle mom and every muscle to the test for further Hii Life Lant week the sad news came to one of our widowed that her eldest son had given his lifp for tho and the liame of Angus Conrad is added to list of those whoso memory Hball be week also brought tidings that Marcellua who is the young est non of and Marcel of and who lias been in the trenches for twentyone months hud been The Jackson received word iliut their Harold wax wounded And ceived word from friends in Kng the left arm was fractured near the from a gunshot Killed In Action On Sunday the dread messenger again came to our with the sad intelligence hut Smith had been killed Smith was born in Piucher In March of and is the only child of Mi an who have been residents bore since the very an Ho went overseas with berta infantry and ban bnei absent since the spring of Capt Pearson On Saturday despite the fact that 7 oclock is rather an incon veaitiit the people of the town and district turned out enmasse to wulconii and to hear Uob Ieur w TUo ajiiiru house was and Tell Women How To Dry Up a Corn So It Lifts Qut Without Modern highheeled footwear buckles the toes and produces and many of the of hospital cases of infection and lockjaw are the result of womans suicidal habit of trying to cut aivay these For little cost there can be ob tained at any pharmacy a quarter of an ounce of a drug called free which is sufficient to rid ones feet of every hard or soft corn or sallus without the alightest dang r on A few drops applied directly upon he stops the soreness and shortly the entire root and lifts right It is a sticky which the moment it is tind thou of men and women use it be cause the corn shrivels up and comes out without Inflaming or even Irritating thesurrounding tis sue or Cut this out and try It if your corns bother We Can Supply You With Absolutelythe Highest Grade Paint on the market FOR INSIDtf OR OUTSIDE Ask us about Its a We have everything for painting or decorat ing both inside or C OLANDER 524 13th Street SallSton net NeverFailing Remedy for Appendicitis Stomach Appendicitis ami JCiduey Stones are often caused by Call and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall 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