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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. MAY 17, 191 ^ COALDALE (From Oup'O^n Corrrpnoncicnl' Coalclalc, \rR.v 16.-Mr. SuKSltr of Ilucln, 111., arrlvod on u visit to I1I3 Bon. H. A. Suggltt of tlii.s iilaciv .Mr. and Mrs. .Ino. McU n.uiilfon nro loving for two weok? visit In the V. S. ^Ir. Davidson will attrnd tho \tie annnal salo of Hcrcfonl.i nt tlie McCrae stock farm. .Mrs. Davidson �viill visit Chicago and lun- old home ai Dolevan. 111. Wni. Potter left the first of the iveek to enllRt In I'nclo Sams anny. Bin Is going to do his share to get l!ie Kaiser. Mr. Daniel Pioroe. of Seattle, who lias been for two weeks vi5itinK his sister. Mrs. F. t1. /.'orton here, returned lo his ho^ne on Monday. Chas. MitrhfU returned last week from Winnipeg tor leave \intil the middle of .luue. when he will go into training lor the air service. A niimher of the farmers have ooni-nu'nied irrigating their hay land, now that the water has been turned o^ in the ditches. The anow storm of last night and this morning, while not of excessive inoi.stiire rontent. will be worth a lot 10 cheer up the laruiers of the district, many of whom liart begun to be jiDssimislic. The force of Red Cross sewers was soiuewhat depleted today owing to the snoi\- Btonn. , F. K. Hobertson left on Saturday for Traynor. Sask.. where Mrs. F^pb-ort.son ha,') been visiting since Easier. Ho will he accompanied (Jn hia return by Jfrs. Robertson. ^ Behind U. F. A. The majority of the farmers of this district are behind the L'.F.A. executive in tlieir attitude toward tho recent conscription amendment. It is 31 matter of some satisfaction that Premier Borden has held up the A!-Ijerta farmers as examples of loyalty 8Uid patriotism. '.Mothers' Day" was, fittingly observed here last Sunday. The congregation w-as supplied with a spec-Sally prepared order of service. In ad-Ultlon three special musical numbers were rendered. An anthem by the "choir a, vo^af duet by .Mrs. X. U. Wells and Rev. .1. .'.I. Fawcott and � vocal solo by Jlr. Hugo. The pastor i',9-llvercd a suitable address on "Our Mothers, What They Were l,ike, What They Did For us. What Wo Owe Tltem." Dale Suggltt and Grace Milrhell gave appropriate recila-\j tions during tho service. The nttcn-dnnce was largo Indeed. r. F. A. Sunday will be observed here on Sunday. May LHUh. .\n outside speaker has been sectired. Kvery, i person of the cooimuaity Is cordially Invited. NOBLEFOKD iXEWS (Vrom C)ur Own rorrr?oonil'-ni.) Nohlefond. .May -Mother's Day was fittingly observed here last Sunday morning when a special service was held in the church. The special programme thai bad been issued by the Presbyterian church was used in the service and the address was given by tho pastor, the Rev. .1. A. Leslie. The ladies of tiic Nobletord Red Cross society held their regular meeting in tiie church parlors last Wednesday and a good number of the members were present and packed a box for sending to Calgary. The box contained the following articles: 15 pyjama suits, 1" day shirts. \" sheets, H abdominal bandages, 7 nurses" aprons, 9 operating -socks, S pairs nurses' sleeves, l' sweaters, 30 pairs 1 socks, 9 trench caps. 7 private property bags, 2 slings, 21'. bed socks, il wash cloths, 17 triangular bandages. The society wishes to acknowledge the sweaters knitted by Mies Speck and Miss Mcintosh, socks knitted by Vernle Harris and wash cloths from the following ^hildren: Eric Cranstoun 2, Myrtle Wfaiios 2. .(ohn Bergstron 1, Sigrid Borgstron 1.! Dorothy 2. Shi Vernie Harris 1'. ,T. Harris was a business visitor in .Medicine Hat on Wednesday. The Knights of Pvthlas and the local Red CrosK society have formed a committee ctusisting of five members from the village, two from the south, three from the east and three from the west, who have arranged for cii auction sale to be held on June 7 t COMPULSORY MARRIAGE GERMANY, PROPOSED London, Miiy 17.-Tlu; German oon\-luission appointed I) evanilni! the -de-rllnu .'n tlie birlh-ralo in 0(M'many linn reported a rccommendallou for th(i romiutl.sory marrlaga of Gernmns be-fbro their 20lh year is paased, according to a (Hiipatch to I ho Daily JCxprosn from AniKterdain. Financial assistance would he granted by the state, nc^cordlng lo this plan, which provides penalties I'or those tailing lo comply. Provision is also raadn tor tho punlalitncnt of nuirried couples who remain chlldloss. HOARD ARBITRATION IN WINNIPEG STRIKE Ottawa, May 17.-A board of arbitration to deal with thei dispute between 250 mombers of tho civic employees federation and the city of Winnipeg has been appointed by Hon. T. W. Crofher.s, jninlster of labor. The : > o : o *� ? : TANK BATTALION REVIEWED. Ottawa. May l"--Canadii'i first Irttik battalion, Colon,7l .Donnison contmandlng, was reviewed in front of the Par-Uanicnt-Building shortly after Iho afternoon sitting. Major Ooniit'al Mowburn, Minister of Militia, accompanied by Sir Wilfrid Laitrler, reviewed the men on the grounds and afterwards tlie troops inarched past, tho iMlnlster of Militia taking the salute. ? ? : : > further refining-what was mice a byproduct for which there was little demand becomes an article with a steady and growing market. The reouU. ot this investigation upon botli the industries directly affected Is naturalkv very great, and nilninK men are very appreciative. It will greatly a.sislsl in the effort for increased production In war 'time. Marcus Mayer, former tlieatrical manager and one of the oldest members ot the Lambs' clnh died at n private sanatorium at Amityville, X.Y., at the agb ot 16 years. Clearance of Trimmed Hats To make room for mid-summer stock we are closing out a line of Trimmed Hats in' dark shades at special values. Lethbridge Millinery Co., Limited PHONE 457 407 FIFTH STREET 8. Our Self-Serving Cash & Carry Sedion is NOW OPEN Geo. err & Co. CHINESE CREWS. Victoria, B. C, May 17.-Lack � ot white seamen on this coast has forced the British authorities to arrange loif the manning of the Imperial Munitions Board's wooden steamships by Clilnese.''crewj. X contingent ot Chinese tiremen and deck hands lias already reached hero from Hong Kong and the crew ot tho War Ynkon have been signed on. , 1= CANADA'S FORESTS ? * ? * : ? : ? ID 2-Big Specials-2 in Shoes FOR SATURDAY GENUINE BARGAINS 150 PAIR WOMEN'S BUTTON SHOES- In patent, gunraetal and kid leathers, 7 inch tops. Slz�i V/t to 4% only regular fo.OO lines. Saturday only - - 80 PAIR WOMEN'S BUHON BOOTS- - $2.95 pair and woltod. 7 inch tops. Kid and patent leathers. Finn (luallty ZV2 to 4',4 only. Our regular $6.50 lines. To clear Saturday, $3.45 pair Sizes \ HUFNER, The Shoe Man Phone 1512 506 Third Avenue S. Some visitors to Canada have been moved to say that with /mch large i(3T*�ts and .such a variety'of woods Canadians ought, >.iik^ the Swiss, to become expert wood carvers. The premises are correct but the* conclusion is not wide enough. Canada has great forest resources, but. in these days of full utlii'/atlon and efficiency, It would be but poor utilization ot them for Canadians to carve our woods Into more or less fancy articles, when great and necessary Industries are calling loudly for materials which our forests can supply. Canadians havd seen the i:onclnslon In another way. They rf^alized that a '.lation which iKsi.'iiissod such great ami varied forw:.s ou'.'iit to know soma-.hlnr: about tho Jjcst metli.'ids of iiandllng them - iis.fcj- regulations gtew more strli:t, ."'-c,preventive ayitens '.vero adopted, forestry schools wer.) eKtaiilishoil i'Ud about four yea:.'s r.go tjjp Ijcr-a: inu 111 nt the Interior added a forest products laboratory to the Forestry Branch. TJils Institution, which is manned by Canadians found a large field of work awaUln,i It. Tha strength of timbers, tneir aincup;!-blllty to decay, their pulping (luali-ties, wood paving problenxs, etUy have poured in on them. About a year ago the mining fraiarnily brought in a new and peculiar pic/blem, ;io-, con-Mected with iiii� streiig.h ot preservation of mining timbe.t. It apiiearel that tha great and rapid oxpantinn ct tho flotation procesE of oilrnctin;; Oi-i3 had mad�! suc'i a drain on the �'collecting" [i,'i!r.i;, r):ne oil from the ooi'ihorn ,stat�.s, th,it it lookod ix^ if a si.pply for '.\hH'i l would ho alitil oft altogetlier. Tho v&atieht of the '.uining men v,j.-: thai, tl'e iaboialorlo; would make an effort to produce pine oil from Canallan stumps, or fatlln,-; that, to find a substitute. Tho Minister of tliL' hit: lor agf'j.id nud thfl work was undertaken. After working nearly year 'Am c-hoiiilsts of iho laborat-jr'es announced the result ot their efforts. ThB/ had riot imiy v'o.iiinad pit? . il from tho red pine ;*iuaiP3 of Kistetu t'aoad!; 'p1 i'v yellow pines of British Cblumbta, but found a subBtitute for the expensive pine oil In a c^tfionpte oil-a by-product of the ha'rdw-'ood dlstiUallpn Industry. Our waoi dlstillalion plants ar� (|AUy dlBtilline {lv�.:ltundi'�d. uoi'tln CAN SHOW YOU HOW TO REDUCE THE HIGH COSt OF LIVING FROM 10% TO 18% BY THE Cash and Carry System. Reason it out for yotirself* To overcome the ever increasing costs in doing business we have added to our Family Grocery a section of our store known as a "Self-Serving Cash and, Carry." Thus eliminating a certain amou nt of clerk hire, a most expensive delivery system/an ejcpensive bookkeeping system,^and the usual dead beats. These costs may not be added to the particuia r article you purchase but art reflected in the prices of all goods sold. ^ The Self-Serving Cash and Carry System does away with these cverKead charges, hence the great reduction in all prices. CALL AND BE CONVINCED PRICES TALK Strawberries at lowest market price. Rhubarb, Special, 4. lbs. for 22c Oranges, per dozen ............ 60c, G5c and 70o Lemons, per dozen......................, 45c  Florida Grape '�"ruit, each .................. 15c Apples, No. 1 Fancy Yellow Newtona, box.. $3.23 Hot House Tomatoes, only a limited quantity, order early, per lb........................ 4Ec'' Radishes, Green Onions, Cucumbers, Hot House Lettuce, Spinach, to arrive at lowest market prices. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED Sweet Mixed Pickles, per bottle.....23c Dry CooKing Onions, 8 for.................. 27c Olive Butter ................... 19c and 29o Ginger and Pineapple Marmalade............32c BIsto, the gravy maker .................... lOc Curry Powder, per bottle .................. 15c Eardines, Portugal In Olive Oil ............. 16c Salmon, Pink, per tin ..................... 22o Freiii Herrings, per tin.....................17c Corn Flakes, Kellogs or Dominion, pkg......lie TlllEon's Scotch Oatmeal, pkg..............n36c CrlBco.per tin ................ 37c, 55c and $1.11 Carnation Milk, baby size, each ............. 9c Lemon Oil, per bottle....................... 21c Tomatoes, No. 2 tin, eacH .................. 16c Pumpkin, No. ZYz tin, each ................. 22c Jcim, Apex Strawberry.and Apple, jer pall ... 66c Scrub Brushes, regular 25c, now........... 19c Shoe Brushes, regular 25c, now ............ I9c Shoe Daubers, regular 15c, now ............. 8c Green Gage Plums, npeclaljthls Week ....... 19o Scottish Abernethy Biscuits, !^1b. pkgs., each 20c Helntz Tomato Catsup, bottle............... 34c (riacDowell's Delicious Wor'certcrshire Sauce, bottle ..........'.................... 27c and 47o See Our Attractive Prices on Tea and Coffee. Salad Dressing, picnic size .................. 16c White,Onion Pickles, per bottle............ 25c Reduce your Grocery Account by the Cash and Carry System. Goodwlllles' Raspberries In glass ........... 39c Soap, Ivory, 4 bars for .....................28o Soap, White, Naptha, 4 bars for..............25o Soap, Lennox, 4' bars for ................... 22o Soap, Gold, 4 bars for . /.....................25c Clothes Pins, 3 dozen for ................. 19o  Snow Flake Ammonia Powder, 3 pkgs......26o .Brooms, light weight, 4 string, each........56c Dut6h Tea Rusks, per pkg.................... 18c Deep Sea Trout, per tin....................16c Dysblos, small size........................ 16c Creamery Butter, per lb.....................58c. Cheese, per lb...............................30o Brick Cheese, per lb........................ 42o WATCH KERR'S PRICES. -Try our new system one week and be convinced. CUTTING THp SELLING COST CUTS THE COST OF UVING. GEO. KERR & CO. 313 fifth Street S. Lethbridge ;