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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE FOUR THE LliTIIBRIOGr: HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1910 After listening to various reports roin tho president aiid having a gen- nil discussion on a number of matters >l Interest to tho city and district, the uonrd of trade listened to a practical ilk on Irrigation from Mr. Don Bark, vho IB with the C. I', ft. and who is his week consulting with Mr. Fair- leld on irrigation at the ex- perimental Mr. Bark has been engaged liy the United States government In irrilsa- ion Investigation for a number of About a year ago ho was jrought to Canada by tho C. P. R. and .ias been since that time engaged in ho interests ot Irrigation and agricnl- ure in the big irrigation district irl- mtary to Gleichen anil Bassauo. Mr. Bark spoko.about the way he lad been impressed with Lethbridge, he crops he had seen hero last year, ho park and tho splendid class of arms In tho district.. Mr. Bark took for his lopic tho now system of irrigation which has been vorked out quite recently and which 8 called border system of irrigation. Ily this system through a different and careful preparation of the soil less vater is required and less labor ami necessary in turning it on the and. He and Mr. Fairlield are at irescnt experimenting with this sys- em at the experimental farm, the re- sult of which will bo learned with in- ;rcst by the irrigation farmers east md south of the city. One main fact brought out in the address was that Irrigation is better hall rainfall for the reason that differ- ent crops require different quantities of water at different times; with rain- all crops receive the same amoii of moisture and at the same time. At tho close of this interesting talk .ho board expressed the hope that Mr. 3ark would extend the scope of his co- to think that your skin disease In Incurable? You should not until you havo tried Zam-Buk! This great has. cured many cases of eczema and other skin diseases after everything else had failed. The case of Mr. 0. J. Taylor, of Lower Naiian, KB., is an illustra- tion. Mr. Taylor writes: For twenty years 1 suffered con- stantly with eczema. I consulted doctor after doctor, who gave me ointment.1; and blood-tonics, but I sot very little relief. I tried all the so-called "eczema cures" I had heard of. but without result. By this time my body was entirely cov- ered with eczema, and the.burning and Irritation was Intense. I vas no badly disfigured that 1 was obliged to give up my work, and had despaired of ever finding a cure. Then 1 heard of Zam-Buk and lost no tlrr.e in trying it. The first few applications gave me sufficient relief to encourage me to continue. J did so, with the reiAilt that the skin stopped peeling, the burning and Irritation entirely disappeared, and with perseverance the disease, utter twenty years standing. Is completely and permanently cured." Zam-Buk is equally good for old sores, ulcers, abscesses, piles, blood- poisoning, boils, pimples, cuts, burns, and all skin injuries. All druggists, BOc. box, 3 for 51-25, or from Zam-Bnk Co.. Tornnto. PHONE 1224 Mrs. A. M. Hoe is in Calgary the guest of her sister, .Mrs. William Niven. I'to. Harold Henderson, of the 82ud Calgary, underwent a slight operation the Call hospital yeslerday. Daughters of the I'jinpiro will charge of the Hudson's Hay Tea room tomorrow afternoon. .Mrs. F. li Skinner and two child- ren left yesterday for Toronto and eastern points to be absent two months. Tho Victoria Ladles Orange Li.dEe, will hold their regular meet- g In the Moose hall, iliglnbotham uloek, tonight. .Miss Bophronia Uonnell. who has just recovered from a severe attack jf typhoid fever, leaves the beginning o! tile week for Mirror Lake B. C., to be the guest of ".liss lluth Link. The regular monthly meeting of tho Nursing Mission will he held tomor- row at :l p.m. at the Y.M.C.A.. The annual meeting to which the public are cordially invited. Is at 4 p.m. on the same day at the Y.M.C.A. At the adjourned annual meeting of Wesley Ladies' Aid held yesterday the officers for the year were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Rivers, un- animously re-elected; 1st vlce-pres., operation to tins district urni uuiuiuuaij- minlit benefit by Ms experience and Mrs. Buchanan; End vlce-pres., Mrs. Livingstone; 3rd vice-pres., Mrs. Vir- knowledge. The highest speed at which eleva- tors at present are operated is about eight miles an hour. Supiia Mercantile Co. 127 15th St. N. Phone 1567 PRICE HINTS FOR THE ECONOMIST 20 Pound sack of sugar and large tin of tomatoes with dollar order for Jelly Powders, 4 pkgs. for 25c Fresh Eggs, per doz...... 25c Cardston butter, 2 Ibs. for 75c Potatoes, good and sound, per sack Oranges, per doz. 30c 40c Lemons, per doz........... 30c Bananas, per doz......... 30c Clark's Potted Meats, 4 for 25c Clark's Lunch tongue pound tins 25c Corn Beef, per tin _...... 30c tLunch Tongue, I. Ib. tins 10o Pork and Beans, 3 tor 25c Clark's Prepared Soups, tin 10c Tomatoes, large tins, 3 for 40c Holbrook's pure malt vinegar, pint bottles, reg. 20c. spec. 16o Pickles, Red Cross, high grade, all varieties, per glass Jar 30c Pickles, Red Cross, in quart sealers, per Jar 35c Pickles in gallon crocks or glass gaL......... Egg Noodles, a delicious break- fast dish and easy to prepare, a Lethbridge product, two packages for 25c Hygiene Peaches, per tin 15c Pears, per tin 20c Dates, per pkg........... 20c Pan Cake Syrup, per two-pound tin..................... 20c Corn Syrup, 5-lb. tins 35c Pimento Cream Cheese, per package 10c Choice Ontario Cheese, per Ib..................... 25c Canadian Biscuits, 2 Ibs. for 45c (Friday and Saturday only) Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs. for 25c Krouch Lemonade, per tin 25c R, C. Soap and Washing Pow- der, '2 pkgs. for 45c Sunlight Soap and Lifebuoy Soap, 11 bars for...... Me Gold Soap, large bar.......6c WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY-AND GUARANTEE- THE QUALITY OF EVERY ARTICLE AGENTS FOR FAMOUS REX TAILORING CO. No Wonder They Like CARLYLE ICECREAM .Il's made of pure, rich pasteurized cream. It is a nutritious, delicious summer food. .What is finer or more economical as a dessert? Aside from the richness of taste and delicacy of flavor we emphasize" the purity and .wholesomeness of Carlyle Ice Cream as of all our products, MANUFACTURED BY The Crystal ;D4jiy. Phone 1570 Not only did the relatives and rlends of the 39th nailery now in .raining In select a portion of Henderson Park to bo named ufler hut unit, but they carried tlie scuti- ntmt behind that action n Ilttlo fiii- ,her, and on Arbor Day when ulanlliiK i .he trees on the plot they named each rce after a member of the Mattery, rills rather pleasing part of the pro- was developed by Messrs. Dow- icr and Morris after the larger plan Kid been adopted, and many friends ind relatives of the boys gonu forward limited a tree in honor of sonic pur- .icular man last Friday. sons and brothers are waiting my help .oday. I cannot deny them." The Red Cross rooms are ii; the lost olllce block and are open every lay with a supervisor In charge. Who will help? HOSPITAL REPORT Report for the Gait Hospital for tlie month of April, 1916: Number of patients in hospital beginning of month Admittances during month w> Transients admitted during tilt; month Number of patients discharged during month Deaths during month Number of patients in hospital at end of month Transients discharged during the month...... tne; secretary Mrs. M. P. Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Crawford: reporter Mrs. Diion. Tomorrow is the day when the tirst shipment by the I.O.D.E. will be sent to the prisoners of war in Germany. Have you sent your donation yet- Im- agine for one moment your husband, i brother or son in a prison camp wait- ing eagerly for the parcels that mean so much 10 them. Would you ha M I them disappointed? Provisions are to be sent to Mrs. Rohinson 423 Sth I street and money to Mrs.'Kennedy I 1229 5th avenue. At the concluding session of the W.C.T.U. district convention at the Christian church this morning, devo- tional exercises by Mrs. A. E. Hum- phries were followed by the election of officers. For the coming year the following will hold office: District president Mrs. Hum- phries, Lethbridge. E. P. Urown, Maeleod. Cor. Needs, Leth- bridge. Recording M. Hill, Macieod. McWiliiams, Bow Island. Supt. of L. T. Carson, Medicine HaL Mrs. Worth, Medicine Hat. Before the close-of the meeting a general review of the reports given during the session was made. Loyalty lo Ihe W.C.T.O. subject of a paper given by Mrs. Worth of Medicine Hat at the after- noon session of the W. C. T. U. dist- rict convention yesterday. The speak- cr emphasized the fact that this or- ganization was a work of love direct- ed towards helping humanity ny work- ing to liccp the temptation of strong i drink from the young and stamping; i out immorality. We work for the sake of home, country and God, said the speaker. This paper was followed by an 1 open conference on Loyal Temper- i ance Legion work. Why an L. T. L-.? I How to organize. How to make an L. T. L. a success, were the points discussed under the leadersip of Mrs. McKinney, Claresholm, Dr. Detwiler cf Lethbridge and Miss Carson, Med- icine Hat. A solo by Mrs. Mcllvena was pleasingly rendered during the afternoon. Tlie marriage took place on Monday April 2-lth at Christ church, the Rev. Win. Walser officiating, of Lionel Tre- laweny Westlake, second sou of the late Rev.( Lionel Westlake, and of Mrs. Westlake, of Wanstead, Essex, England and Margaret, daughter of Joseph Huutrous, Esq., of Working- ton, Cumberland. England. The bride- groom is a well known Taber mer- chant, while the bride, "who spent several months last year with her brother, E. S. F. Huntrods, the we! known local mining engineer, is als well known in Taber. They arriveil in Taber on Saturday last and will be at home to their friends about the end of the month. Lowest number during month.. Highest number during month Daily average during month Vumuer of hospital days, for pri- vate patients hospital days for ward pa- tients (paving) Number hospital days for ward pa- tients (free) J89 30 Gt 51.S 301 1104 151 Total number of hospital days for the month ....................1550 Number of operations under gen- eral anaesthesia Number of operations under local or no .anaesthesia 9 j of patients treated in out- door department 3 j Number of dressings slid treat- inentfi in outdoor department.. 16 The hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks the following donations during tlie month: j Three eases oranges, trustees of the Hospital Ladles' Aid; l.ham, Mr. Max Donaldson; 1 limb, Mr. R. C. Harvey;