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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAT 4.1917 Tim LETimRIDGK VUnYY MhrlALD PAGE SEVEN About Iho third week In June, ac- cording to prevint nullMb. the Vropose4 convention QII water supply problems will Uci neld. The dates hive nol been [lied as yet, but President Murnoeh of Ihe Hoard or Trade Indicated at meeting thai ihe isilei o! June wouM be most suitable lo tlie many delegates Tvho have Elpr.lllci] Ilielr Intention or attending. Tlie replica to Ux call for the convention Lave been most en- couraging. PLANS TO SEIZE PART OF NATION'S FOOD SUPPLIES Chicago. May to seize at leant a part or Ilio urulou's food supply are already being seriously considered ty luo UnlUd States government, TliU van admitted, lodiy by District Allor- ey C. P. Clyne, who Bald that within the last few (lays district attorneys (roiu Clio Mississippi valley conliTred in Chicago oil ueairj of taking over lood Eunply. lie declared lual any further ItifcmuaUcni bo uiadu known nt Washington. Satisfactory Condition More Settlers for Coaldiile Dis- trict Arriving AI PER DAY Canadian rftllwayi have tiled ou a nev dcfuurrBEO schedule accnrdiug to word received by lha Board of Trado, The new rato te tJ per day lulled of JI as formerly. .Ship- pers will be allowed -IS hours to un- load or Joail a car, tuj. If In bond, an additional day to clear. After lie demurrage charge starts. Indications are that llicre will be a larcg attendance (ram country points Bt tho preliminary conference on Monday to deal Kith EClectlou of dele- gates and discussion of matters for Ilio 'Call to Duty1' conference lo be held In Calgary on May loth, prior to tbo Dominion conference In Montreal, Way 24-26. Monday's meeting will ba Ijcld at Iwo o'clock and as large an at- tendance as poEslble Is urged ns the wholo scheme Is of IhQ utmost Import- ance. LI. A. Sornan, who enlisted lu Calgary In the early part ot the war, baa been billed on the Tigris. lhal The doc3 not consider thla 'jnrcaa- ooaLle. It IK however. It be EUggCBted IhaL Iho shippcr fliould have so mi) prince Hun, .an that somo plan of reciprocal demur rage will be RAILWAY DIVIDENDS ARE TO BE LIMITEF a were very zralllylng anil eatidlactory. Receipts were reported BE (OllUWB: Kroio Coaldalu ftiibscrfpttons anil colleclloua SubEcrlptlonB and v collections lor missions 87.15 luscrlpljoas Xor social ter- Subscriptions, building fund TCiJ.vj liaised by llie LailleV Aid.. 4SS.4J Ralaed by the Buudav scliool by the M.'S...... 29.M WasllnRtori, Mar rall- rcacla nro lo bo ejected to limit the rate ot their dividends for Ihc ported of the war, according to an announce- ment of the ItiterstfUe commerce com- mission. The announcement was In- cluded In a statement stating that the lino upon which railroads must Justify their application for a 15 per cent. In- crease In freight rates at Ihc hearing lo be opened here noxL weak. The Popular "Pinch Back" A design of distinction true creation of UmtVis j both attractive and exclusive. We have the "Pinch Back" Suits in both One and Two Button Styles. i FIT orm McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE (Frum Our Own corresponJftnO oaldble, .May Saturday adernooii Ihe "Ulg Sisters'" class of the Sunday fit-hoot Journeyed to tt'll- idliiK, where they completely their former class-mate. H. Slcveiisoii, nca Margaret Jones. A dozcti or more with Hielr teacher. Mrs. Marlon, and ac- by Mr. Norlon drove by auto lo iho home of Mrs N. II. Mur- ray where iticy showered Mrs. Stev- CDSOU willi numerous taiecellaneouG useful articles. A sliort time prev- ious to UiSs, t.ila class was entcr- UlDOd at Mre. Norton's home, where I hoy spent a pleasant aftcruuoa and laid iilaus for a new season's activ- ities. During the past year they rais- ed J25, which waa divided evenly nuoiiB tho following: Ilclelan Ro- licC Fund Soldiers' Convalescent Hospital Jy, Nursing Mission rtollc FuDrt ?5 and Itcil Cross Fund THese joutig ladles are (o Lo consraiulaled on IheSr culciprislng Jlrs. D. S. Pawsoii taken on Tuesday lo l.ellibridgc hospital, vhei-a she Is receiving treatment. Itcv. Sidney 1'ilic aud Mrs. Pike f Iron Springs, siiont Wednesday and Thursday at the parsonage hcre. Runday school will be held here at p.m. and prcceMns service at g P. ru., commencing Sunday. May Oth. Mrs. F- G- Nortou. Grand Conduct- ress O- H S., accompanied the Grand Matron on an official visit to High (liver on Wednesday of this week. The plumbers arc nt work maklnc lie water connections iu the Domes- Ic science room ID the school, also nsUM-ng wash bovrla Jn the lava (or- es, i The U. F. A. and Women's Inslltule liclQ their rcEular mccUngs ou Satur- dar night. After mediae separately ironsact business they came to- Aether" Iu Ihc auditorium for a talk Iho "Destruction of Ihe House Fly." illustrated with a number of charts by J. Gould. H la to bo hoped that the fly will be an unwel- come visitor in all our homes thia summer, On Wednesday evening Hie boys got together lo organize a U. F. A. baseball leain. A good deal or eu- was EDp.nitcsled. Promis- ing material is In sleht, Mr. H. A. ilL was elected manager. Here's iog lite inunagcr and bis team success. Two more cars of settlers etfecla arrived from Idaho on and silll thcv come. The Hay Growers' Hall Co. were lo have had Ihclr annual mccllng on Monday evening, but to Hie urgency of seeding operations, the a'.tendanca was loo smnll to transact business. Mr. Sftin Sidles b today a car load ot bred Shorthorn cattle which ho haa brought up from Onlario. These are youog slock and a good'many will available to In- tending jmrchascrs. Another car irlll arrive shortly. The U. F- A. is holding1 a special meeting on Saturday evening lo con- sider tho purchase of twine. All In- terested are welcome. Brown, W. J. O'Danlels, F. Knopp and H. A. Suggitl arc all driv- ing new Chevrolet cars. A. H. Mit- chell lins secured a Ford. The annual meeting of the Coal- dale circuit was held In the parconage on Monday evening, April 30lh. There was a gcod rciiresoiilation of the various officials of the- circuit. The reports from Ihe treasurers and or- From Chin appointment Subscriptions for fti-Ltnl luud Subscriptions for Subscriptions for l.ctUbrMgt iiHoiul3 IQ ihe iial a of thi.- in the way ot" WOMEN STRIKERS THROW STONES AND PULL GIRLS HAIR Trouble at B.C. Sugar Refinery (OAS Attempt to Break Strike. fund From 12 milo a Subscriptions lor general fund Subscriptions for Tolal raised for all purposes ?24i1.43 A unanimous request to the Albcrla coufercuce for Iho continuance of the The concert to bt hell by the tlval chorus or the ciiy In church evening shiul'.I attended. A sijlemlul iito- has beet tiij-l urn: ot Ilio features will Lt thu i-tjuU-.-.', cf loy and girl soloist-1, ttic winner lu be give" a free, liiii lu thv at Edmonton. The weeds r.f concert will bo ajipUH to ilit; I'livl which Is nrovlilrd lo take lUe festival chorus to the festival at lOlnioiiiou, and to enable the local fcstlVLiI com- mittee to EcnJ as many coniottiiors to the northern i-lly as 1.35', year the festival wr.s Kr-M in l.rMh- bridge. and for the time in iu- history was a financial EUCU-RJ. Thr-re ivcrc oiily two competitors from thu K-J, vlikii Knux i Had b-Jen [ii'.'hisii jt.fi li-j'J under Kn- (o hs tiiu- oiopacy. A vehicle i'Jiilan.iu- LbuKtin lor (lie uso of tho i.'.c-n wliQ will sleep iho plant iajfiuii.il auij Uio Luudles set oil life. AL six o'llock toniglil men strike- fuming oft' shift passtd PERHAPS A SETTING HEfJ. tljruugli the- crowd Bed polite on leatlurlii'] retilcd The umnok-su-d, b'Jl a couple of of Tlion she i awiy on eul'! rlrceu were SCL oatli 10 Jraw from hii-i >iycii with lists and Most of tlurrn went 10 V.UI'K four abreast. (Jirl slrihera once, b'Jl oue liuli- irllo'V IitfitAL- folluwi d and "rollc-.l ?touts ;iiii] t rairt-d Willio. bactl. northern city, however, and ihia yoar Han Herald. "I'ltasc. nsa'am, do you want us lo !if-n or Tho feirt and iti'jre sooje hair V.'illianj Tracey. formerlr of Chath- am, died at Nonh Uai. lie in hEs 71sl year. past oral o of Itev. Jo Kawcctt was recoixlcd and wiLI Lu forwarded to luo conference. -Mrs. K. G- Norton and Mr. T. B. Dunham were appointed lo attend Hie district ujceling. Messrs. Davidson, II. S. Pawson. J. L. Sliruni, Uase, Perry, Hamilton, and Wood were- elected as stewards for e ensuing year. Mr. D. S. PavvBou was re-elecled recording steward. Tlie trustee board reported (ho parsonage all paid for as Tar as local debls arc concerned u-Itli a balance outstanding chorch loan fund In Toronto aud J500 loan with a local Lank. U Is Ihc hope of Uie board lo wipe out ihts debt entirely this coming fall. Sonic dfscusBi'OQ took place as lo the advlsablllly of organizing Coal- dale Into an affiliated union church accordion lo of union agreed upon for the Utftcd Cburcli of Can- Ada. of (130 on hand. Tim liability Is JCflO from a NEW DAYTON fFrom Our O Mew Dayton, May Held [9 spending a few weeks u-llh home folk In SI. Paul. Minn. Miss DcHe McCallum went to Lelli bridge Friday. Mr. Ducll returned home after having spent the winter months In California. He Is very much fki prorcd in health. S. Harrison Tent to Lethtrldgc Sat urdRy. Leslfq Rpnlz met T7llh a very pa.n (ul accident Sunday aflernoon. WIilli liorsc he was kicked In Dr. is aLLcnd Orandesfor the Children r Twenty Million Now Shipped Daily Sunkist Oranges come in ten uniformly good regardless of the size. Now there are millions of the smaller sizes on sale at retail stores everywhere. It is California's biggest crop of Sunkist and prices are not high. Give the children more oranges and Tegetables and less meat. Let them have this recognized aid to digettion' which' (Hakes all ether foods more efficient. They arc thin-skinned, sweet and juicy, -For their health's lake don't let your children go without oranges... Ypiir grocer lias these oranges in abundance at attractive prices. Order Uniformly Good Oranges calchlns the mouth. Ing him. Mfss Merle Grove was on tue sick list Monday. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald went (c athbrldEc Monday: Mr. McFarland wag called foCalgar; ou account oE a relaUve'e death. Mr. Rislnger wont to hcthbrldg Monday, r Mr. Harris is T I siting at Sam Nroble' Ihls week. Fftrrocrs arc delayed again in thl dlBlrlct on account of another finoi Htonn. About 6 Inches of snow Tel last FrI'lay. Seeding operations ar on a standstill at this writing. The1 land Is plenty wet even for plowing. Word line been received here that Mr. Dodgcon has died of wounds in Prance. U will be remembered that Mrs. Dodgson taught school at Troy a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. John Cress spent Wed- nesday ant] Thursday in Lethbridge. ESSENTIALS OF COMMUNITY 1 GROWTH Speaking on the subject "Water a Fictor in iclpre the convention or the Western Irrigation Association at'Katnloopa, H. 1, Prof. TV. S. Thoniber, Director Ex- enaton Service, State College of nglon, made n r.olnt that, many of the most successful communities have de- veloped by turning Inelr former mis- fortunes and failures lo good account. "The growth ot n community la an evolution of tlie largest kind, and fin- il development must not be expect eel n a year or even ten said Prof. Thornber. "In fact our most success- ful communities JIIFO been developer) out of a scries of very radical changes. Rarely or ever doca a community slarL at once In llie developing of an In- dustry LhaL remains the principal In- dustry of the community. The tis- tory of the evolution of some of our most successful agricultural communi- ties shows that tliclr nrinclii.il Indus- try at the prcsc.nt time Is the result ot a series of misfortunes and failures, and vlitlc man thought he ivns the dc cdlln'g "factor lie has proven lo be only ah incident In the development. "If "a community would he success- ful it'tnusl early In Its development learn thnt true meaning of co-opera- tion'.'1 Community co-operation means more than Iho mere getting together of ft few of Ihe good business men ol the town. Tills co-operation must in- clude not only Iho business man, tho EeHchen, the preachers ami the farm era, but also the wives of these men Every person must be Interested In aome .way or other or the best results cannol be attained. It la nhsolulc for a few mnn to endeavor to hear the or a community when all aro lo D bcnellttcd by tho development." Snren factors rtre necessary for the I proper development of tlie comnnm Ity, according lo Prof. Thornbcr, OIH ho enumerates them na follows: -1.. The- productivity of ULC soil. 2. JlarkcL and transportation fncll lltes. 3. flood road a and streets. 4.' Good schools and churches. 5. An Intelligent reading people. 6. Suitable parha nnrl recreation grounds. 1. I'lcasaul, comfortable, benullfu homes. Those arc conditions which can li found very generally In Western Cati add and It dencmls, perhaps, more up on number Intelligent read ing upon any oilier cir Cum stance just what will he the ilc velopment of tho community. Nature provided her shftro nnd sntccs or failure depends on the pcopl MY DOCTOR SAID _ when I told aim f. was using Zam-Buk lor my little son, tj who liad bsen badly scalded by pulling a pan of boil- jog water over writes Mrs. Albert Sawyer of Midland, Ont. She continues: "I called in a doctor, who gave me some ointment, but it did not seem to ease the child's pain, which was intense. 1, there- fore, discontinued it, and commenced applying Zam-Ruk. This wonderful balm eased the pain almost as soon as applied, but to make sure I was doing the right thing, I called in a second doctor. When I told him what I was using.he said 'That's continue the Zam-liuk :treatment; there's nothing so good for scalds and burns.' "I persevered- The lareness was soon all drawn out, and hcalinecommenced. New skla ttrndually began lo form over the sore places, aad it wss not long be fore the f llhough so completely healed.11 "While Zam.Huk is excellent for such seri- ous burns and scaMs. ns in Ihe above case, it ii just as necessary (or thclittlcaccldents which far moce frequent occurrcocc In every scald from the. kettle or from boiling fat, a burn fromnn iron or from the oven door. These liltle burns often cause a great deal of suffering, which can easily avoided If Zam.Buk is applied at once. An ppllcatloa of Zam-Buk foa-woundassoon as or blood-poisoning. Mothers should never he Injuries. Children who have oncehad Zam-llulc ap. plied will cry for it because they know It cndi tfaeli pain Zam-Duk la not Q mere ointment, but an up-to-date herbal Erenlest healer knowa to science. H Is composed exclu- sively of vegetable oils and herbal extracts and Is IMJi medicine, which accounts for Its success In chronic of eczema, ringworm, scalp sores, bolls, ulcerl, abscesses, bad leas, blood-poisoning and All druggists and sloies or Zsm.Bok Co, Toronto. Me, box, 3 for Chance ERE! Tliosc who have not yet shared in the great bargains offered in this sale have still time to rto so. The bargains arc here and if yon buy we both profit. Kcmcmber TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY, so take r vantage of the fact while there is time. Our Blue Serge Suits On srile arc going last, but we still hive a number them Rl the same prices. These are splendid Tfllucs at 522.50 nml -in Sale price respectively 914.95 nnd Serviceable every day euita lu grey twcr.fl. lEUlnr price JI3.50, 19 7C ,le prlco Oilier llncA of 'HuiU In neul liron-u ncpilar prices ?30.00 lo {35.00. n-j J." Sole prlco idiJU Gooil evory dar Men's Odd Panls at Ihe n o C low price of.............................ittuD Big reductions on Men's Shoes, Hals. Cnpn, Slilrls, Hnlnconls, etc. COME IN AND SEE FOM YOURSELF Special Prices on Ladies' Shoes We still have a number of Indies' shoea, all lo clear. These slioca arc easily O CC worlh to 54.50. To clear 6.UJ Giber lines of ladles' shoes In guumclBl and cloth top also patent leather lace, n if Worlh up lo I5.5l> per pair. To clear......J.tJ Doya and Olrla Strong School Shoes. Bolli lace nnd Imllon. Sixes B lo 11- 1 71 To clear fihlC 33 RUOTC. Sites' 1114 tc 2.00 Doys1 aunmolal IJLitlon Shoes. Sizes 1 nf lo Per pslr A largo assortment of boys' pants, bloomer at.d knlcker styles- Trlcoa pair. lac, and GOODMAN 210 Fifth Street S. V Next Lcthuridge-Hotel ;