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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TtJRSDAY, MAY 21, 1918 THE LI-/nr:cRIDGE DAIT.Y HKRALD PAGE SEVEN LARGE USERS OF r THE NEW RATE Means 100 Per Cent. Increase in Bills-Adjustment May Be Made Hortiiilliing of a bomb burHt in tho, city on ?.lomlay wboii Ini'KO iinors ol' walor rocolvoil UiPir; bllla (or (he lUDiith of April, oi\ wliUtb Uioy wiiro cUnrKOtl Iho new riili^s tor moler-usorH. Tl\u blllH aviM'iignd JOO por Cflil over Ibd btllK ot (h6 provloiis iriontim iinrl till?, \iHars considorcd aoiDotlilng was wrong. Tlioao wultiug on tbo conn- .�11 wore );. .7. mil, W. l'\ Nelson, C.i?o . , ^\�. Uobinson. F. W. Uowu.-r, C. S. ! UiouBlit tlio goveniniojiL woiil.l st^nd on hud liofctoforo hwn getting off ton tasllj', that tho small mora hud been paying' part 6t tho cost ot thnir wnl-or. lie said tlio council waa proparod to produce flguroa to show that the now prices worn fair and Just. The Hxtm cost ot rurtilnKt,the wttlerworlti; dopartnicnt muat ho mmlb up and the largo UHcrH ot walor would huvo lo pay their fair ajiaro. Ho Bald that if a dnIoKatlou of' tlie , motered unors would wait ou the council .TluirHdu.v tlu) i:lty would produce tacts and flg-uros to HatlHfy tjtoni. A oonimllten conatHtlnK of .loo' Lee, F. W. Downer and It. Ci. .Strukcr was named to rep-roHcnt the larso nsor.s at a conference on Thursday morning at ten o'cloiik. Meter All Services Aff.'er U\iieh swept liic plant ot tho Foler Aeroplau". Corporation. Sei'vice an^ Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage business. We employ only first class mechanics, with years of experience on ail makes ot automobiles, who with our guarantee ot satisfaction assure you ot perfect workmanship. Drop in and look over our stock of tires. before the price atlvances, Dominion, Goodyear, Dunlop and Marathon, in ail sizes, both fabrics and cords; also our complete line of accessories. STANDARD GARAGE VEUiE DISTRIBUTORS POR ALBERTA. THIRD ST. 3. n furtjwell party and lo say goodbye to Vernon Wogiior, who Icfi Tuesday tor flalgary, where he witi undergn the military test. The eveiijng was spent in music and singing Ulx Golding was present and riellvend words of counsel to the Ik.vh aboiii in leave. -Tlio ladles served i ake, coffee and Ice cream for refresiiui.uiis. Mrs. nose Granflcld. v.-hn ii,i^ fo;- n long llnie so efficiently fill..i| ii,,. office of president for llu' Kv;iiigelical Ladies Aid at Pendani liOiii'lic. Ims roalgned lier i)osillon inul umved (o Lethbridge. Mrs. Fred Stum has been elected to (ako lici- |,l;ic... The ladies are planning foi,- ,i c'lMt ilrive in llie good work this .uu.-ddh'i Church Progress Tlie annual session m' ilic I'.viim-golical cliurch confcrciK  � uliii-h has been in session at Walnl.,.,. Out., lias | adjourned, liy drawing lua^ily uiiou | tho studejit forces, nil Mppolni- tMn;its In the. ("anada � niiiii-.ncc have 'lo-! been filled witli the i'mi jiiimi nf (inc. ' nil.'^Bioii field. The yi'iiv has 1i,m>ii ii very jirosptftous one in;- tin. chunh, I'rogress oii all lines iiwliian il. .Mr. Goldtng reniuins th" cr. a.hei- at. I'akowki for another yen The cluircli aervtci-s Smiilay were \ well atlended. ( Mrs. Ludier ot Oniaiiir iimlliei- of | II. T. Luther of Ihia ))lari.. js licre | for a tow weeks, vlsiijiif'; tur son and; daugliter and lior Iiti| Lellibrldge. post office has boeii made n staff office ui^cordlug to word received today from \V. A. liucliautni. M. P. i .lust whiit this menus to the staff j of the local i)OHt office and lo tlic; I)ubi;c wan exphilncid to the llor.ilil this nioruiiig by .Mr. Ward, assislan; ))i)stiii.'iKter. who Htai,(Ml that, lu^relo-fiire. the office' had been a scnii-cliy staff ofrice. The result of the cluiiig-(;s is that, lioreatter. the sti^Vf will h", 1)11 the reguUil' schedule fur ;'ir'.l :'.'is-' otficea anil will gel the annual Till! cflulpiiient and staff will he brought up lo (he standard of such offices as Calgary and Hdnionloi'., thus making for bettor service to the public, while It will be niucli niore satisfactory lo tlie staff. The mom-1 iiei'f-i of the staff are greatly pltased , at the news, as the posliir.v.?ter and' .Mr. lluclianan liavi' been working firj many moiitlui to have the chiiugo ; brought about. Another item of news that is pleasing to tlie posliiien is thnJ carriers have been granted an iIn.'roa;'.c^ 'I' will aiiiouiit lo SIOO a year to tho r(!g-lihir carriers, wliile il will al.^n mean an lucri-ase oV about .'iti cenln a day lo temporary men on the carric s-lafi. VyERE RESCUED. TIRE REPAIR p. B. McKINNON, PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ' " ' ",: " '..... j\-- We�have opened a new and up-tp.-date Tire Repair' Station equipped with the latest ntachinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire [Repairs. We would appreciate ypur patronage. All work guaranteed. ^  We make a specialty of Retreading and Relining. Lethbridge Tiris & Repair Station "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" handle tho clip. T. Beg. Arkell, who was chief ot tho sheep and goat division, has resigned to become, manager ot tlie co-operativo concern, and Mr. Hill states tiiat members representing more than 200,000 sheep have signed up, so that a intlllon pounds ot wool at least are guaranteed to tlio company during its first year of operation. Two warelioWsea have boon secured in Toronto to which tlie wool of tho association will be shipped and stored^for selling. The expectation is that mucli wool will bo "handled for non-mcmbors so that sovernl million pounds will be handled during tho sea-i3on. aouthern .Mborta -wool should bo ot liigh quality this year, Mr. Hill thinks, owing to tho tact that the sheepmen ted heavily during the winter. Mr. Hill also states that the lamb crop is a good one, the percentage being very,satisfactory. FAREWELLS TO i had been forced to laud in the North' Sea were rescued by Swedish steamers, tolographa tlie correspondeiit at Copenhagen of the KschauGe .Telegraph Company. Tliose presumably .aro tho inttcliiaes menliijiied in the British official air report as having been driven dov.-n in the sea after the raid on London ,on Sunday. tl'Voni Our Own Oorresiiondont) PaHowki, May 20.-A Ford tractor was .shipped into PaUowkl .Friday evening and moved to the Messenger I'lace north ot town tor buslnesa. We understand It will bo operated by Mr. Thos. Tucker, who Hvill move into the place. Mr. McCourt is making preparations to break two hundred acres' on his farm adjoining town. Tlie now section house has been plastered and will soon be ready tor occupation. Man.v ot our boys have passed ,.tbe physical test and reported I tor duty at tlie nation's call. Others are on tho way tor exainluation. '~Thoy are going cheortuUy and courageously, feollnK that if the nation's liber'ty has to bo purchased with blood, they arc- willing lo make the sacrifice. Farewell Party Saturday ovonlug. May 11, a large crowd gathered at the old home of J. J. Wognor, Pendant D'Orielle, to hold REVIVAL MEETINGS A SERIES OF REVIVAL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE Presbylerian Church, Coalhurst . . AT 8:00 P.M., THESE SERVICES WILL BE IN CHARGE OF EVANGELIST C. M, NEVE, ASS'TD BY OTHER WORK-ERS, IT IS EXPECTED EVANGELiST R. J. SCOTT AND WIFE, OF LOS ANGELES, CAL, WILL BE P;f?ESENT A PART OF THE TIME. . DOW'T FAIL TO HEAR THIM. MRARTV WELCOME EXTENDED TO ALL. . ' , Rev. Thomas I'owell. of Calgary, has been appointed superintondout of �Methodist missions for southern Alberta, in place of Rev. A. Earner. The latter lias been appointed sup-orintondent of evangelistic work in the Indian misfiMiis under the .Methodist churcli. Mr. liarner is au old Wesley college boy. CITY WILL SE SURPLUS BOILERS .\t tho city council meeting Uiis morning it was decided to sell tAvo of the four surplus boilers at the power house 10 the llanada Rtar(^h Co., at Fort William for $24,000 f.o.b. Lethbridge. The offer came by wire, this morning from the Montreal office of the company. The boilers, accjardlng to /Jommis-sioner Frpoman. cost the city $22,000 in place It will cost about ?1.000 t our bo,y.s_ have been called to rcpiu't'at't^a^gar.v'May 20tli. Wlien the call comes right at iioino we begin to realize what being liatriolic really means. Miss Ada HulUvcu is in' the States on business. Kd. Portico, near Rotlaw had the misfortune to lose a fine young mare recently. What about tho aiany named agents who are running around the country trying to gull the farmers witli some |)rotense or other .mil' makrf a little easy money tor theiiiselvos? It would appear that they are tho worst kind of slacker, '^'oung, able bodiod nien for the moat part, and It acema it anyone should he in the trenchoB they are the ones who jiliould he. Where one makes a sale lliere are sure to be all Ihe way troiii one to throe morn to stop al the saiiic placn witliln twont'y' four iiours. Thos. Hrand is back on tlio farm, lie says lletlaw is the iilaee. U'e admire his taste, for lie knows a good thing when he sees it. I), <�'. FergilKoii liad Die iiiisfnrtuno to lose a valuable iiorse recently. , FOR SPEEDY HARVESTING WITH ONE MAN ONLY USE THE MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR BECAUSE THE MAN WHO RUNS THE BINDER DRIVES THE : : : TRACTOR. MONUMENTS Heaclstoncs juirt Cimscs of every description made to order. GET OUR PRICES AND SEEOUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge^Monumental and Cut Stone Works ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St.,  Winnipeg. UREAL PtAC[ AfiD FOR SALE 800 acres, tv^o and one half miles from station. Best of soil. Rolling but steam plow. All fenced. 120 acres seeded to oats. Rental basis of % to tenant. 200 acres in flax, lielnuging to tarm. 4;i0 acres summerfallow. No buildings. Price and term's are right " THE 0,1. IflTHROP IIINO COMPIINy, IIIIIITED f HONE 1865 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 135-10' � AUCTION SALE 1010 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH Wednesday Next, May 22 ; AT 2.30 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Xftd effects lucludlUK: Oak extending dining table; oak aide-board; oak morris chair; sanitary lounge; occnaionni table; nitsaiou oak settee; solid oak dresser; soml-brass bod, complote with springs and mattress; brass bed with springs complete; brass 'trimmed bed, complete; oak finish droiisor and stand; tollol .ware; (! feufJier pillows; 4 framed engrnvinga; kitchen (able; S-d�y clock; blankots ; dog Itenuel; j;ardon tools; diahoa, etc. TERMS CASH ' _ PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" lOO Coal Miners Wanted Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge AUCTION SALE __-0 F -- Horses and Cattle AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN --0 N-- AT 1.00 SHARP 8 mar�s due tp foal thortly, 4 to 8 years old, weight 1100 to 1400 lbs. Good workers, 16 GeltflnoE, 4 to 8 years old, weights 1100 to 1500 Ibib Broken to work. 20 Choica Dairy Cows. Some fresh and some duo to be fi'e^ shortly. All broken to milk, 6 roBlstered Shorthorn Bulls, 16 months' to 2 years old. Alio Harness and Wagons TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;