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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRtDCE DAILY HERALD MAY 101 DISTRICT NEWS Florrt StiKgitt of flrrtfetton a visit o his Sugfettt of this and MiU Davidson are loving lor two weeks visit tn the Davidson will attend Wg annual sale oE Hereford a at the McCra stock Davidson visit Chicago and her old home lU Potter left the first of the eek to enlist In tncle Sums Bill Is going to do his share to get tie Daniel of who has been for two weeks visiting his re turned to his home on Mitchell returned last week from Winnipeg for leave until the middle of when he will go into training for the air A number of the farmers have conl menced irrigating their hay now that the water has been turned db in the The snow storm ot last night and this while not of excessive inoistnre will be worth a lot to cheer up the farmers of the dis many of whom had begun to be The force of Red Cross sewers was somewhat depleted today owing to the snow Robertson left on Saturday lor where ortson has been visiting since He will be accompanied dn his re turn by Behind The majority of the farmers ot this district are behind the execu tive in their attitude toward the re cent conscription Itis and Fawcett and vocal solo by The pastor llvored a suitable address on Ouf What They Were What They Did For What We Owe Palo Suggltt and Grace Mitchell gave appropriate during the The atten dance WHS largo Sunday will be observed here on May An out side speaker has been person of the community Is cordially NOBLEFORD NEWS fVrom Our Own Corrrsoondni May Day was fittingly observed here last Sun day morning when a special service was held in the The special programme had by the Presbyterian church was used in the and the address was given by the the The ladies of the Nobleford Red Cross society held their regular meet ing in the church parlors last Wed nesday and a good number of the members were present and packed a box for sending to The box contained the following articles 15 pyjama 33 day 12 14 abdominal 7 nurses ap 9 operating S pairs nurses 2 10 pairs 9 trench 7 pri vate property 2 2C bed i4 wash 17 triangu lar The society Dishes to acknowledge the sweaters knitted by Miss Speck and Miss socks knitted by Vernie Harris and wash cloths from the following children Eric Cranstoun Myrtle akralles John Bergstron Sigrid Bergstron Dorothy Buchanan Jean Buchanan a matter of some satisfaction that t Shifly Noble Gerald Noble 1 and Premier Borden has held up the Al Vernie Harris berla farmers as examples of loyalty And Day was fittingly ob here last The con gregation was supplied with a spec committee existing of five iiiem Sally prepared order of In ad1 bers from the two from the Harris was a business visitor in Medicine lint on The Knights of Pythias and the Jo cal Hed Crosp society have formed a mem tiltlon three special musical numbers Au anthem by the choir by Wells three from the east and three from the who have arranged for an auction sale to be held on 7 or COMPULSORY MARRIAGE PROPOSED May Germati com mission appointed ovamltio ho in cline Jn the birthrate In Gormnny nan reported recommendation for tho compulsory marrlnga of Germans be fbre their 20th year is accord ing to a dlapntch to he Dally Kxpresg from Financial assistance would lie Krnnt ed by the to this which provides penalties for those fall Ing to Provision is also made for tho punishment of married cou ples who remain BOARD ARBITRATION IN WINNIPEG STRIKE May board ot arbi tration to deal with the dispute be twccn 260 members of HID rlvlc ployees federation and he city of Win nipeg has been appointed by minister of 4 TANK BAY f ALION May CaftMnt first lank Colonol wns reviewed In front of tho Pur lament Building shortly after the afternoon Major OenorAI Minister of nccompan iod by Sir Wilfrid re viewed tho men on the grounds and afterwards the troops marched the Minister of Militia taking the city will be represented by Jaiflos barrister and the employes by Roland Those two representatives will select the third member of Hie board Who will act aa If they are unable o agree the chairman will be appointed by tho minister oC INSPECTING BOW OP LARGEST CONCRETE The bow of the largest concrete vessel ever built In America and builder inspecting the in the hall Donations of produce and father articles are being by the people in the village and surrounding districts and will be sold at Amusements will also be provided and the commit tee look for a large crawd to come out and help forward the good work ot the Red The great drive for the is now a thing of the past and the com mittee who had the arrangements in hand for this district are to be con gratulated upon the especially considering the fact that our friends Barons in their eagerness to makd a good sum trespassed upon the area that had been allotted The total amount so far comes to over FitRef orm greatest tailoring organization in Canada of patterns from which to choose workmanship and perfect fit assured wishes carried out to the letter These are some ot the reasons why FitReform should make to measure your new Spring 261 FiiPefotoi McKJLVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGS BULL SALE The tenth annual auction sale of bulls at Lacombe will be held at the Fair May The bulls will be judged in the forenoon and sold afternoon and There are 208 The breeds will be sold in the following order 22 Aber deen 57 8 Red Poll ed and 127 This is by far the largest entry tor this event in the ten years since the sale was start ed and will be a good opportunity to get herd bulls of the very best as well as good serviceable bulls for the Wfrtt such a large bulls will no doubt be sold to suit the va Jn of the On bis call ling for the attackers returnedito their automobile and rushed A vague description of the men Hals been given to but they were con nected lias not been Heap who has tried from the outset act as peace maker inthe has suggested WITH STRIKERS INPEG TROUBLE May strike sit uation In Winnipeg was further com plicated today by the walkout of cartage about 200 In num in sympathy with the striking civic With a number of other unions threatening a and the street railway employees tak inga strike vote solution of the problem confronting the people of Winnipeg seems further off than The Federal Government has announced that it has no jower to force the civic employees to bring their difficultiesjtS which was demanded city council as the only flolutiojjk the dispute they would recognize Minor clashes between strikers and citizens are The fire hall the fire alarnyboard arc said to have been tampered hut no arrests have been madeiEour men drove up Jfre a at midnight last attacked the guard who of Each cord produces about two and twofifth gallons of creosote so that In round figures about twelve hundred gallons of tup by the miners are pro duced dally in With a littlo further refining What was ones a by product for which there was llule ik mand becomes an article with a steady and growing The result of this Investigation upon both the in dustries directly affected is naturally very and mining men are very It will greatly asslst in the effort for increased production In war purse of The catalogue for this sale is arrang ed according to a new plan outlined at the annual meeting of the Alberta Cattle Breeders While each mans entries are numbered con for stabling the catalogue arrangement is by classes according to The prize winners in each class will be sold then the balance of that class before tha next class is The advantages if the new planare that an Intending purchaser has a chanceto bid on all the other bulls of a certain age if he is not able to secure one of the prize Also if he wants a twoyear old for he has the ad vantage of having all the two year olds brought forward in and then can get through his business more Those desiring catalogues of entries should write to secretary of the Al berta Live Stock Cal CHINESE May of white seamen on this coast has forced the British authorities to arrange for1 the manning of the Imperial Mun itions Boards wooden steamships by A contingent o Chinese firemen and deck hands has already reached here from Hong Kong and the crew of the War Yukon have been signed sides that the men go back to once and that in a months when storm of feeling has died discuss the question at Heaps Is a labor member of the council and his will he discussed by both Except for a temporary ar rangement between some of the big the telephone service in Winnipeg is still cjut of Kt forts are being made to replace the and it is said that jioine of the striking girls returned to their poits Marcus former theatrical manager and one of the oldest mem bers of the club died at a pri vate sanatorium at at the age of 76 Clearance of Trimmed Hats To make room for midsummer stock we are clos ing out a line of Trimmed Hats in dark shades at special Lethbridge Millinery Limited PHONE 457 407 FIFTH STREET Our SelfServing Cash Carry Section is NOW OPEN CANADAS FORESTS Some visitors to Canada have been moved to say with large 2Big Specials2 in Shoes GENUINE BARGAINS 150 PAIR WOMENS BUTTON In gunmetal and kid 7 inch to regular All pair Saturday only 80 PAIR WOMENS BUTTON Kid and patent Finn duality and 2Vz to Our regular To clear pair 7 Inch Sizes The Shoe Man 1512 506 Third Avenue ifoTWts and such variety of woods Canadians the to become expert wood The premises are correct but conclu sion is not wide Canada has j great forest in these days of full utilisation and efficien it would be but poor utilization of them for Canadians to carve our t woods into mortor less fancy i when great and necessary industries are calling loudly for materials which our forests can Canadians havii eeen tho conclusion in anothor They that a uatlon which pisifloasod such great vnr ied forvKs to know about the Jiost methods of handling them j tr regulations more preventive systens forestry schools woro CKtalillshol Mid about four yeais no HIP of the Interior iidiiPd a forest products laboratory to the Forestry This which ia manned by Canadians found a large field of work awaiting Tha strength of their billty to their pulping finali wood paving have poured In on About a year ago the mining in a new and peculiar con nected with uio ot proservu tion of mining ll uppcaro I that the great aiul rapid oxpantloii cf the flotation of nilrnctln Oti had madi suci a drain ou llu rjiue oil from rhit it i a fur ha stint of Tijfl of tho men tre ialioratorie would make an effort to produce pina oil from CanHtian or to find a The Min ister of tliu agnMd nud Ihi work was Alter work ing nearly year iho ahumlsts of tiiR announced the result of their effoiii had nut uniy IOiaJneri i from tho reu piie yellow pines of British but found a substitute for the expensive pine oil in a bypro duct of the haul wood distillation in Oui plants tivw Kerr CAN SHOW YOU HOW TO REDUCE THE HIGH COSf OF LIVING FROM TO 18 BY THE Cash and Carry Reason it out for To overcome the ever increasing costs in doing business we have added to our Family Grocery a section of our store known as a SelfServing Cash Thus eliminating a certain amou nt of clerk a most expensive deliv ery expensive bookkeeping the usual dead These costs may not be added to the particula r article you purchase but art reflected in the prices of all goods The SelfServing Cash and Carry System does away with these overhead hence the great reduction iiv all CALL AND BE CONVINCED PRICES TALK Strawberries at lowest market for 22c per dozen 65c and 70c per 45c Grape each 15c 1 Fancy Yellow Hot House only a limited order per 4Ec Green Cucum Hot House to arrive at lowest market Carnation baby each 9c Lemon per 21c 2 eacrt 16c each 22c Apex ger pall 66c Scrub regular 19c Shoe regular now I9c Shoe regular now 8c Green Gage special this week 19c Scottish Abernethy each 20c Helntz Tomato bottle 34c MacDowells Delicious Worcertcrshire bot tle 27c and 47c See Our Attractive Prices on Tea and ALL GOODS GUARANTEED Sweet Mixed per 23c Dry Cooking 8 Olive 19c and 2po Ginger and Pineapple the gravy 10o Curry per bottle 15c Portugal In Olive 16e per tin 22e per tin Corn Kellogs or Tlllsons Scotch tin 55c and Reduce your Grocery Account by the Cash and Carry Goodwillies Raapberrlfs In glass 3Bc 4 bars Me 4 bars 4 bars 22c 4 bars for Clothes 3 dozen for 19c Snow Flake Ammonia 3 light 4 Dutfch Tea per 18c Deep Sea per tin 16c small size 16c Creamery per per Brick per 42c Salad picnic size 16c White Onion per bottle 25c WATCH KERRS our new system one week and be CUTTING THE SELLING COST CUTS T HE COST OF KERR 313 fifth Lethbridge ;