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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE UAILY IlEtlALD PAGE SKVEfl Both East and West Should Consider Canada's Interests By C. R. to Financial Post.) Methodist and Presbyterian Coagrtgmtlons Reach a i Decision (u Unite wn little farm; we have never been blc lo bring In a carload some lo keep In my store loo sell to thcde'wliq nro .not geltlns 'the' Ji'o" continued bis is something thai will belli this whole commnnUy nor it Uie' community' Is pros eroua there be two or thre1 mcr2 Tfty" .me. John, ti nKc a living, where we have a llltl ess than one now. need never forget -that Hi lot Is never relieved of nn lety aa to the outcome, of the croi LIEUT.-COL. DENNISON TORONTO, KILLED IN ACTION Toronto, May G T. Itennlfton, Jr., haa killed I action, according lo word reaching Toronto todar- The of Patrick's WILL HAVE St. CHARGE OF KEfhfS STORE On SATURDAY May 19th FN THC AFTERNOON THKRE WILt BE A ftALE Of HOMt COOKING AND TEA WILL BE SERVED, A ptrcentftft ef the afUrnoen tea wtll be jhr- to the .Rid CroM, sows! The" farmers of the south rn parts of JTanltobi and Saskat licwan can loll' you about (ho black us I !ast year which reduced their IcMs to rive and six bushels an aero; lie farmers "of the southern parts of Snskntchcwen and 'Alberta about Iho horl tiops ol 1SH, lound the husbandman's head, while he traces lUe. furrow Tho mlsls of winter may mingle Ihlrly years. The report by els o; eight a bio men on tho deparlmenta rommtUco on Iho employ men I of sol tilers on the land produced and se oul the information that has led lo a proper appreciation of Great Britain's grlcullural lop-sldcdness; they also Iho way out; and action has ollowed liy Ilia government Euar-1 nlec of established prices for wheat or the years up till 1921. Hero Is Uio first Item: Wo arc now u formed that this has already caused Q0.000 acres of pasluro In England, O.OOQ acres In ScollanO. nnd crcs in Ireland, lo bo put under Ihe (low again. And U has been staled >y Premier Lloyd George that Iho fbolc of the Ihreo million ocrca will be under cullivallon by ncsl year. Here la tho second item: Henry 'ord has been granted a license by he Ilrlllsh government to establish a factory In Cork, Ireland, for (.he reduction ot CO.QQO farm tractors per innura. They are lo bo made by American brains exported to England >y cabled specifications, and Brill Eh rands. What (Joes our western farmer Ihlnk ot this? What docs our eastern manu- facturer Iblnk of it? What signific- ance does it hold for all Canadians? Three million acres of land In Great Britain Mill easily produce 45 ______; an acre, under their methods of scientific cultivation and tho plication of fertilizers produced in ibcJr chemical works and gasworks, and brought lo tnelr doors from all over the world and laid down free of duly. Three million acres nt 40 bush- els gives a crop of bushels lo half of Canada's exportable surplus in a gond Fitly thousand small tractors a year lo help the British farmer in greater production; ell madd out of duty free material, by labor far cheaper Ihan either American or Canadian. It will require all, and more than all Ihe advantages ol cur cheap western lands, easily cultivated, to offset these faclors. "Well'for Canada that an open mar ket for wheat now lies nl our doors And well 1C lie It our western farmers could get Ihclr farm Implc ments without a tax of ?250 lo J3QD on each of the light tractors ttat they are paying to [or: And most ot Ihesc tractors are made In Milwaukee. We may yet see this curious sigh Ford making American-de- ers were able to reap a Email reward for their pallcQl waiiiLs ly hauling vilieat for the high water mark of {2.00. Ever since the middle ol AI though, there has been ainuta room for everyone In and around lown. Tralo. days arc tho busiest days and the town Is fairly well crowded at such limes with transient visitors and business men. That we have a devclop'ng com- munity here is provtn, not only by tic amount of business put througli int also by the fact that our school .Uendancc Is on lUa ln.crea.EC, Vhcre there Were about a score ol hi Id ran in ntlendancc four months igo there arc now fully double tha1 lumber, and Ihe average attendance anks well even al thai. Those who lavo Uie matter of the education children at heart ore commencing to Ihtit Ihe limp Is nTiproachln accommodallon wl lavo to be made In order Ibal tlie ncrcaslng efficiency ot tno echoo may nol be hampered or discouraged arc glad lo note thai Dr. S Aslrof Is back In town onco again and hat hla return was celebrated b> many of the by a clean-up cclehrallon. The absence of the in apeclor caused a slight neglect In thl InD, bul his return has awakened fin Inspiration lo make things appua iMp-shape the hearts of such a wish to avoid a phonal Interview. Building activity still conlinues am new houses are constantly sprin-fjm up at a surprising rate. Our rauntdpa laU and hospllnl, both ot which prom Ise to be exceptional in comfort an accommodaUon, arc fast nearlng com plellon and the hulldlng now look :omplele fiom the chim ney having been comploicd recenll; We win ccrlaluly welcome this aud tton to our lown equipment. Saturday evening was noteworthy here on account of the opening of the I new Ice cream and cold dimk narlorf on "Maine Sired. This new link to' civilization Is quite aptly named Ihe "Sugar. Bowl" aiid satisfaction is guaranteed. Saturday evening was "their" treat, tul now the public has an opportunity ot expressing luelr Rppreclallon In extensive patronage. These hot, stulfy days ought lo make thlE "cool place :of refreshment. IncreaBed efficiency to mecL trade demands seems to be Ihe drawing card In loOal business, Iraprovemeuls 15IB, (or the aim of all to tako he measure of our frfenda from tho ast when the clash comes at emlgcem on May 2J. There Is a big ma coming and one of (lib star fea- urcs of tlio day will to the "ui> and t it" game of baseball LcUccn 1'ore- Jiost and Ktzikam. e baud is iilso havlDg a few rgeiicy mecilngs in an endeavor o reallto.lhe cfficicocy necessary (o nder an nppearnnce in public saU1. 'o arc all hoping ID sec the Land In ull force and in developed cftlcicucy n. the glorioys tor we will uetd 10m lo lead the Irlumplial prote.-slon Her Ihe baeeball Is over. They re engaged to supply the musk al lio too! There have been no picture shows ccently and the cxplanatlou given Is hal Iho machine has Eulfered come light derangement. The lovers of Lo screen trust that (bis slight defect iBy BOOH be remedied and that Use will soon start up again for ummertjino Is coming and we c-creallon. school has again been opened, for the ol the measles icare is now pjjsed. Same ol tho 'ointllcs are still under quarantine jut the end of Hits week will see ev- erything running once again In 100 [icr cent. order- Miss M. Hamilton o! Lttbbrldgo spent the week-end last week at the iiomo of her sister, Mrs. 13. Taylor, I northeast of tho town, Mra. Ij. Grady spent a few days In d arniind town this week old friendship and bidding her friends farewell preparatory to her depart- ure to Join her husband in tbeJr new homo over tho line. In Montana. At the Iiomo ol ilr. and J, D. Madlll, north of town, their Infant daughter, Ellzahclli. passed unexpect- edly aiviiy early Thursday morning, Slay 10. The little child had been ill for over a week bul had apparently survived the crisis of her illness, when Hie end came. Ilcv. C. Ulshop of Dow Island held ferrJce al Ihe Iiomo and conducted the burial cere- mony in the Mem [gram cemetery. In the Gall Hospital, Lethbnuge, on Wednesday, May 9, tho infant daugh- ter of .Mr. and Mrs. G, Millar passed quietly away. The body of the mile one cauie Into Foremost on Friday and was placed aL rest in. the ceme- tery at XemJEcam, Llic Her. ti. Uavideo official! ng. Tho genuine- sympathy of all goes forth to these, parents in their ber- eavement. ARE SATISFIED WITH GRAIN HANDLING. Winnipeg. May Stewart, gent at fai tl.e royal wheat 4.-omuihtioiv returned iiuuday Iroin reference lo the way the BlluaUoa of grain. uiaUora had been handled at Wiuulpcg, in'tho matter of securing to Iho Allied governments 90 per com. of Iho wheat. Mr. Andersou MfnneapoHs, where for nearly two i had oipressed great satisfaction al days he was in close coiiference with The Viy the matter had been worked oul litre and expressed the hope that. Mien G. Anderson, vice-chairman of .lie food couirnb-aloii cf ibe Al- lied government3. Mr. Stewart said Ibi; conference bad been mainly with similar could be made lo on into the handles ot the new crop. OFFICE STATIONERY LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS, LOOSE LEAF PRICE BOOKS, LEGAL FORMS. AGENTS FOR OFFICE SPECIALTY MANUFACTURING CO.'S FILING CABINETS, ETC. Everall Franks CONNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET A Wise Answer She (fishing (or a you ever Dud yourself bard up for ira-ds? darling, Irat I'm far Loo hard up lo express lllem. AUCTION SALE AT WADDIXGTOX'S AUCTION ROOMS S. O. E. STREET S. Tomorrow-- Friday COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION A SURPLUS STOCK 01-' SMALL HARDWARE Tinware, kitchen sundries, etc., iucliuling: kettles and Flew paus; assortment of scrub brushes; bannister brushes; sanitary brushes; jwlishlnK brushes; gopher coat bangers; inters. and pokers; picnic lunch hoses; ivronchcs; arcs; meat choppers; carpet, bca'.ers; bath room fixtures; tack and nail hammers; trowels; mallets; shelf brackets; bull hinges; sash llfLs; screw drivers; screw nails; foot rules; sleeve beards; wool polishers; Boldcrfne sets, and a multiplicity 01 Items of utility In the homo or on the farm. This .the. property of a merchant relinquishing this end of his business, 1s perfectly new and will be sold In Lots to suit both private buyers There sold a small auemblage of ujdul HOUSEHOLD FDRMTUKE ALL GOODS.ON VIEW TONIGHT, 7.30 TO 9.00. TERMS CASH _ PHONES with rain, lo may It with labor, and U In sorrow, And sigh while ho fears he had sow'd 1 It In Alllioiigh role] ho hulk of (tiefr .lUtC' crop.3rf _ signed tractors In a frue-lradc Ireland and E ending them into Canada under an Imperial tariff. B. C. WILL MAKE INQUIRY INTO THE PROHIBITION VOTE Victoria, May Brew- ster made a statement, in Uie legisla- ture tonight by which the gprom- menL's policy rcEordlng Drohibillon announced. It declared-that a commission would he authorized lo hold an Inquiry Into the charges of Irregularities connected with the tak- ing of the soldiers' vote In England and France and 1C Uio allegations are established, a special session of tbe legislature will -be called during the summer when a prohibition measure .r irlcen 'around 51. EO pcrl'irlH to brought clown. aro constantly finding expression the most impressive hid for business lias teen carried Into effect in Mac's pool hall, where an extensive "soft drinks" counter has been Install- ed-' The overhead sign effect recent- ly adopted by Smith's pool hall Is also influencing, and the music which Is constantly on the go makes Hits place the popular centre of allraclion. Nels Gil bone Is now preparing Lo in Lai his promised bowling alley, all of Ihe equipment has arrived end will he In- stalled as EOQTV as Lha services, ot a competent carpenter can be llitn see who the bowling tsi- perts are! The baseball boys nre constantly h'ard.at H. Tbcro seems lo be much good material ready for a cbanco and the Wnager difficulty players. Sev- eral times now Uie boys have met and taken the measure 6f our next door neighbors along the Hue. Great in- terest il icing shown by the cnlhus- For the June Bride-Snowball Iceless Refrigerator Is sold on a money back guarantee by the following merchants i iiiLcthbridgc: HARDWARE CO. j TAYLOR HAROWARe CO. CONiUMERS HARDWARE CO. I C. 0. OLANDER HARDWARE BROS. FURNITURE HART HARDWARE CO. ALSO AT'THE FACTORY 31J-IS-17 THIRTEESTH STREET f for j UTIUTIES CO. All GOllInf rirtits In Icrrllory from JIaclcixl lo (he tounilarx, cxcluiliRj IjeLhbtldeo' win Miitit-uiT, nru Iiuiil vj HotlKhis nnd SImmoni, Room- 4, Hryan IHock; brlilgc. 4ml, Boi 296, Tuber, Prompt response lo mill oHeri of raqiicsla for Informs- IfoKi SPECIAL SALE OF FOUR DAYS ONLY Until Tuesday May 22nd Off To advertise tbat I have slocked a complete line of tbe 26O B. I. CORSETS We have at present a complete line of Misses' Waists, Ath- letic Corsets, etc. Remember .One Week Oflly, a Redtct- IOD of 25 per ceit The abore are exact of Phone 1850 MISS CAMERON 4? -I.. J ;