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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE  DAILY., ftERALT) FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1017, FLOWERY PLAINS Take Steps Under Rural Hospitals Act-Other Doings of Council GOVT. REPLIES TO E It's like walking on a cushion when your shoes are fitted with "Gat's Paw" Heels. A PAIR PUT ON ' (From Oui* Own . Morris that each councillor locate machinery and- put i In some central place and have all necessary repairs made. Moved by W. Kimball that matter of road east ot Etzikom be laid on the table. Moved by J. W. Jackson, that council adjourn to June 4th in Etzikom, at 10 a.m. As reported in The Tlorald of Monday, May 14th, tho Lethbrldge Board of Trade sont the following wire to Sir Geo. E. Foster, Acting Prlmo Minister: "The continuous stoppages of coal mining operations In tho Crows Nest and Lethbrldge alroady causing Bor-ious detriment to general husluess. Will culminate in fall and winter in most! serious losses in agricultural production, harvesting, threshing and moving grain to market. Mining labor depleted by recruiting, remaining labor should bo fully and continuously utilised elso groat loss in production and distress in living conditions during winter will inevitably result," A reply lias boon received today from Sir Geo. Foster as follows: "I duly received your telegram of the 14tit inst., and now have your letter in confirmation thereof. As the matter comes under tho jurisdiction of the Minister of Labor. I at onco placed the information before Hon. Mr. Crothers and requested him to gU*e it hfs personal consideration." NEXT TIME you send a parcel to your soldier friend in training or at the front, don't forget to put in some Zam-Buk. The soldiers say they cannot get enough of It. '  Capt Brooks, No. 4 Company, 7th Battalion, writing from the front, �ys: "T�ll my friends, if tn�y want to help us, we Bhould be awfully glad of some Zam-Buk. We find it just splendid, and can use 11 that is sent us." Nothing takes the place ot Zam-Buk amongst the soldiers. They use it for rheumatism, blistered feet, sore hands, � cuts, burns and scratches. Being antiseptic, Zam-Buk prevents festering and blood-poisoning. For eczema, or' any skin trouble, it is equally good, and for pile's there Is nothing to compare with Zam-Buk. All druggists and stores, or Zam-Buk Co^ Toronto. 50c. box, t for $1.25. bmRuk Men's and Young Men's Suits at $ 18, $20,22.50 $25, $30, $35 The finer you make the mntcriills the wore you increase the cost oi* course. But the actual work of making the suit costs no more when it includes the knack of making it in correct style than when the eifort does not include suchikill.. The style and charm of FASHION CRAFT Men's and Young Men's Suits at $18, $20,22.50 $25, $30, and $35 has not added to the cost of their production. . They are as correctly and attractively fashioned as the most skilful workmanship can make them. Men's Rain-proof Coats The raincoat is as much a part of a Man's wardrobe as his overcoat. We have raincoats of every approved fabric rubberized or waterproof at $7.50, $12.50, $15.00 and $22.50. LOUIS KEEL Fashion Craft Clothes Shop, SIS Fifth St. We arc now open for business and solicit your patronage. Our REPAIR DEPARTMENT is equipped to give you the kind of SERVICE you will appreciate. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS P.S.-^The Ladies' Rest Room and boudoir will be ready about Wednesday next. SERVE OUR TEAS AND COFFEES THEY are DELICIOUS and FRAGRANT TRY THEM TODAY s When you serve our tea or coffee you can be sure that it is going- to please, your family and your guests. Our teas and coffees arc selected blends that have been tested.by hundreds of our customers and given great satisfaction. They will satisfy you-so will our prices. NEW DAYTON (From Our Own Correspondent} New Dayton, May 24.-John Rentz, Ed. Craig and son, called on Jacob Schill Sunday. Miss Florence and Mary Rente called on Lena Morrical Sunday. Miss Agnes Bolton left New Dayton Tuesday, the climate here being unsuitable for her health. Friends are very sorry to learn of the slow improvement of Mrs, Kaupp's health. Mrs. Lee Atkins is ill with tonsil-itis. The Women's Institute meeting .was not very well attended on account of the rainy weather. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, a son. . - Mr. and Mrs. Shields were in New Dayton Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Beaton was in New Dayton Friday afternoon. Mrs. Roid has tonsilitis. Miss Ileva Cress went to Lethbrldge Thursday. Mrs. McCallum and daughters Belle and Marlon went to Lethbrldge Wed nesday. Mr. George Rusk called at the Welsh Ranch Wednesday afternoon: Grain is being hauled to town with a new tractor from the Felger farms. Prospects are good for a hig crop in' this district. The showering weather of last week, did good to all' crops. Oats, barley and flax are being sown at the present time. The acreage will be larger than last year. CHARGE WITHDRAWN, London, May 23.-The charge of impeding the output of munitions made against leaders of , the engineers' strike has been withdrawn, the men having given an undertaking to abide by the agreement reached last Saturday. A minority of the striking engineors has been awaiting title action bofore resuming work* Kerr's Special /IE*. Per lb................*�DC Ridgway's. Five o'Clock /JP_ Per lb................ DOC Donalco. Old price. ViA - Per lb................4UC Coffee. Our Ideal Blend. Bean or fresh ground. 1 AA 3 lbs. for............ l�vU Coffee, Finest Java blend, A delicious coffee. Bean [JA or fresh ground.......�JUC George Washington Coffee. Made In the cup. 1 1 A 45c, 75c and ......... i�lU Condensed Coffee and 9CC Cocoanut QC� Per lb................JOC Tomatoes. 4� 2 tins ............... Iwt Corn Flakes. Krinklc OC - 3 packages ........... AiOC Jelly Powder O 0 3 packages for........�OC Fruit Cake A A Per lb........ ...... fVt Fish Balls In bouillon AC.*� Each, .......... 4DC Ripe Olives '9A*� Per tin...............�>VQ Olives in bulk' Qfl*. Per pint............ JVC Pickles, Libby's mixed OA-Bottle .............. iUC Onion Seta, Yellow Dutch OC- Per lb................�tDC Brooms CC^. Each ............... DDC 8crub Brushes O C _ Each ...............'. CiDQ Shoe Brushes Qfl*� Each ................ OvC Wire Clothes Lines , OC _ Each ................ OOC Glass Wash Boards CC- Each ................ JOC Creamed Chicken, a la �r, King, 35c and......... DDC Grape Fruit Conserve ^Qj� Ginger Marmalade QC*� Jar .................. ODC Toasted Rice Flakes Package ........... Potato Flour Per package ....... 15c 15c SEMOLINA, Brown and Pol-son's. On sale this �jr week. 2 pkgs. for ... �iDC Raisins, California Sun-made Extra fancy Each O'Cednr Mop3 75c, $1.25 and ... Peas, Extra fine Per tin .......... Italian Peas Pfr tin 25c and . Robertson's Patent Barley Per tin .......... Palm Olive Soap. 2 cakes .......... Honey Per.t|n 5 lbs............ Lemonade Powder Por tin.......... Olives. 20c, 25c, 30c ---- Peanut Butter Per lb........... Health Salts Per tin ......... ... 1.50 .... 20c .... 30c Groats and .....45c .....25c 1.10 .....15c .... 75c ... 25c .... 15c ft ...... ^ Raspberries in glass Of- Each ................. Out Grape Juice A r* 25c and ............ HcDQ Oatmeal Cakes in Per lb................ *tVC Holland Rusks | (* Per lb................ 13C Blsto, the gravy maker | p Each ............... IDQ Toasted Wheat Flakes | (? Package i-,........... IDC Royal Crown Cleanser of" 3 tins for .,.......... �DC Soap Flakes 1 C 2 pkgs. for........... IDC Lawn Grass Seed Of" _ Per pkg............. tittfC Dates. Dromedary 1 C� Per package ........ I'OC Evaporated Loganberries OC� Package...........,. �iOC Powdered Bath Brlcka fC_ Per tin............. IDC RHUBARB Special 7 lbs. for..... 25c California Strawberries 45c Oranges < 45c Bananas 40c Radishes 10c Green Onions - 3 bunches ......... Cucumbers 30c Cocoanuts 15c New Potatoes 15c New Cabbage 15c New Carrots. 25c Grape Fruit. � 25c Head Lettuce 25c Pineapple 30c KERR & CO. PHONES 1453-IMo ;