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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Deralfc alberta OAILY AND WIEKLY itaJe a smooth oov. opportunity j given lias made the1 uf Audit Sursau of Circulstlent- Subscription flatet: [W.T, per rear Dtily. by mall, I'd year Wetfcly VT rnali per year......ji.av yl by Mail per need. An people incurs an lau'liipent asset, acd by no means the kasi valuable to a uaUim or to a pro- vince. Activities ia this direction are a part o.' progressive and democratic TUut it has been so reaJ Mri Merrill ol HUI Syrlne. visititis; daughter a ail Mrs. Bvrou Tanner. esteemeJ citizen Mr. J. j BiTr'ys. who p.wsei iiway Saturday I in Raymond, whore he had gone to I lie with bis wlfu and daughter, wlio laro. ia Academy there. Mrs.1 j too is extremoly 111. also Miss i 1 Caroline. trust they may suon K- WAN! TABFF OFF Wire Member an4 Acting Prem- Without in Warner District P IA AlCKED UP IN SS1NG FOR THE MUSY MAN TO HOMC Kdiuontoa city hospital is enlargenwnts. teen tokens (or the province. MAKE USE OF THE TREES Tiie value a grove or trees was a_ i bivugSu io our mln'ls in a reuent. de- U-tM cl or subscriptions ap- tt os aJJrws label- eisten in ihe courts whereby a farmer ol pipers alter exflirarton Is was awsrdfel.ihe sum of JlOOO for ir authority to the sub- j to the same, hi ihe prelim- l shortly lie among us 1 Mr. Ralph Thompson is ill agalu. George Thompson rettiraed i from Spokane on Thursday. Kev. Mr. Slatheson paid a to Spring Coulee on Friday. g frl jtiat returned from Kranre. ho was in active service >vi'.h the red coats. A Weeding A. G. IVucdes. formerly with the The play put on here" by the Raleyjlteuk of Cotiuiie'rce here, spent toftrj- trial c: the case were made r acquainted witi tiie monetary vaiue DSCip IN PRICES I farmers, who are (ortuoa't in possess- IS A FALSE HOPE I them, aitwa to trees, and partku- Tiicj? who visions ia ihe jarjy srOTes a( trees. What possesses il 2 return to normal prices that rarai mind should arrest the var will hate a j _f dwril {a in .hal er much appreciated.! in town at the bcsinning of the week, was particularly On svcnins at l.ethbndge lie ailious play forlwas to Miss IWta Busier. sheet if the opinion given by i we in tjic with our hot and Harry Jolliffe; convener ol Irvia; Fisher of Yale Vnl- jrv saramerii have tearai lo appreciate the. refreshment committee gave the youns people LJule Miss blocks U amateurs imrn deserves sroit credit for Ins patience BugSer of plade. only the: in the trliniug ot his pupils. Uiate members ol the two faaiiliea be- Mr. FlocXs. who performed various i ing present. All their many friends in ac iau and was much apprec we hope he'll t-oine again. -lu I and their soldier teacher j only dausnter of Mr. anil Mrs. Jos. erer iDusic-; Warner >vish the young couple every ciated and joy and They will reside Hockyford, Alta. filj- is corrMt. Mr. Fisher has just an eibaustive study oi s xonditioas nnd prospects in the fee value of trtes so', only in their gy I aspect, but in the shade This in a degree not pres- I'nUcJ Sutes far the Uer-anment of j ent in piaces where the presettee of He is rezirded a? oae cf lhe i lrees i, rosarded as commoaplace. ccoaomlsls. fie _ comes! The ch( nursery, in Header lo the .conclusion thai on the whole j parfc wherR cf lhfe youag prices are compared so be- j are -jQtd a condition of rare .the war ihe of everyihins j overgrowth. This nursery does not la Msh in proportion, thai the j appear Io ho made D[ lhe W4y price rtvel is high aod-wHl remain so. u of tite very AVha Profeswir Ktshw has to .say i desiribie jn wjjere there had be3i be cjuoted. are his Mr'orila from the lunch directly j Afterwards dancing: to (5 abundlot ceed ror Gaa in usablo discovered iu Ro McClU Universiiy U to uomiuale c ilhodes scholar Hits year. Calgary babies are to be supplied with pure uDpa'iiPuriteii milk. A rural Y.M.C.A. Is crgauUcd at Whftawood. Sask. Oxbow is increasing its apparatus for fire (ightlcg. A cold storage plant will likely be established at Yorktou. Sack. There has been u slvortego ot do- mfistic coal at iloosc Jaw. Stanley 11. Mediate the bar in Edmonton. called Star's Washinfiion correspondent 19 people cipcct prices to drop. chanf it but not.h'jyiBg. fcbMs upVihe pureMase o Acr.? that perhaps we have not iplaccd the not regard Jiig position in the nature 1 importantc of malclng homt homo as of a tinecurft' He has senserl hi? re-' much as we ought to have? If so, sponsibllily ir, Ihe important matter i the boys have'given in a good of. the education of the pfopte of ilie prosincts, and has directed ability iw serving the neerls and giving aiitli- for that branch In ll.o t'eseral welfare v.-hich goes with liber- being-'extravagant. the gov- Edmonton bten gen- cnnn in lit matter of educational minuer. tli3 poat office clock pointing one and the 0. P. R. clocks tick ine another, t.htre is a conllictlng and a confusing slate of tilings, II Is time ihe city authorities took a ham) In creaiing harmony. If intercatcil opin Urn is 'tta'.Ung to show Itself it may prorided tn the budget. bwn 'tlmtf In doing lhe naim The city wotidbe wcllttrliaittenopJD ion if tills IR what it is wailing for. program outlined' id flu of the Minister -liowel a eomprenen-lon of the situation pTuctlcul ability to deal with which points to Ins being Tfrsed In what an educational shouid stand for. The pro- gnm Itself not only Jn thft provlitons Kiade but In tiff hunallnj of Eltuntlotis that have In lhe. case ot the MennonlW cowtfesr; tttre IfilneS liavo beeh' so tfdiined that a ronfh road has ueen -will he a permanency. r.UtiDrford is around again Character The customer's interest is our first We put character into the pianos we make and sell. Our salespeople are trained to put character into the way they sell. No undue urgency to buy, n6 selling any questionable so long as to sell; no hiding the truth as to durability and construction. Good will and good trade arc sure, to follow this sort of method. We are less concerned about making our business bigger than about making it better. BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE. ______ 166 the Heg'na district this year, where they will tako up liuid. Kingston Council will join in the petition ol London and other mu- nicipalities in asking the Ontario islaturti to .amend the Suburban Area Commission Act. Sales of liquor at Government stores In "British Columbia on doctors' pre- scriptions' jumped (rom JG.OQQ a year ago to fDO.OOO in February of this year in Vancouver and from to 000 in Victoria. Carl Uarlon, n-thirteen-year-old boy, aa charged with obtaining money by. jMetenses from Mrs. Mary Dibble, a The young ivoiuan claituert that she hail parted from about The boy admilled-that he had ob- tained from her about J4QO. The boy convinced Mrs. Dibble that her soldier husband, reported killed, was not dead but was a prisoner in Germany. 1( she would advance a sum of money he would gel in touch with the husbnud. By feigning to he in touch with the husband he extracted large sums money Irom her ot having' been confined to Ills bed for a couple of weeks. The eldest daughter of heir time up until the last few ill and in causing grave anxiety iheir ranch south of town. Bradshaw has been, one of the most aithful Red Cross workers during the i as t. four years. Every-Thursday af- ernotm would find hrr at the >oss-sewing rooms doing her bit. She was a member of tile general sewing i ;ommittee and also a member of tho :ommlttee which loofced after sending! boxes to the Soldiers overseas. >Joth- ng in the way of comfort for the boys 'over there" was ever held back ns result of her splendid 'vork. Ser- vices held "over lite. rerSalns at -he family .The extremely Jarg crowd present anfl'-the numerous ind beautifu! fioral offerings ''show leyond any words the high respect in vlvlrh the family aro held, Fimeral vfkre in charge of (T, S, retterlj'.1 The pall-hearers were sons, Richard and Maxwell, aonn-lri-law, Chas. Harkor. Allan SrnUh and' N. Maxall, and a Fow- ler. .The Rowers wore tarrfed ladies of the Rcltfii SocielX and Red Cross, of whom deceased was a faith- ful nicraJier. The services were t-on diii-ted Ijy Mr. Win. Hindley. The singing was furnished fry a quartette. Mestlamrjs flalc. Oibh, Messrs. Brtdge. Oihh. Mercer and Merklsj', A lennr-rrolo, "My Rosary" was very nicely rfindcred by T. K. Koberts. Tho opening prayer was of- fered by .1. L. Ulbb, Mr, Ernest Ben nion was the first speaker. He was followed by C. Karr'en, a life Ion acquaiiUance of famllj', 'Cstp'tat Taylor aril H. Blton, the highest of reaped to thft to lier parents. liar Stewart, who" had the 'flu afl3 c-omphcations, is able to be around again. Mr. and -Mrs. G. Morton are THOT- ng out to their farm west of town of the summer months. Ho-v-ml Bigford. who spent several in an officers' training carap n the United States. Is back in town, ,nd intends to stay. J. A. Walker and family are in town ,nd probably on tbetr farm :ast ot hpre. Farm Without Hanet Bryan and '.Moore, from (he State's, ire opening up old Mason farm, Tht-'y are starting without horses, and iavc two Kordsfiiia with which thpy ntend to do ihcir work. Want Tariff Removed The Warner ..Local ot the U. F.'A lave dispatched a couple of telegrams o W, A. Ituctnnan and Sir Thomas kVhftc, demanding the removal of thf- tar'tt, ami Intlnoatlng that slight ire iluction wIU only cause dissaffsfac The reception committee for the welcome of the Battery are to he complimented on llip of the parted and of roTtsolStloin t( trie family, Iler home itanAfs oui first and for'fiost. Hlic was -truly t mother, not only lo her own children but to all who came into her homo Sho txtcndesJ program out They were even irt- dlrctl -'communication' with Clerk of the Weather. The wind (n died down In the niter- ,110011, and there was the Rprlnk- llnEcfriih neceiaa'ry, htforf! the hoys fay Hin dust. the hand (if charily and was few worth but wonderful deeds, She along with'her husband, have been proally connected In the past fou years with all sorts of patriotic work atifl iiavc extended charity Lo all tliom wdd Hiifftrud during lhe war.ani especially (nost'Mn our own toi'ti aympaihy of llir, entire community estate arn Police Graydon of Is tion mar resign owing to dissatisfac- ion over his salary. Robbers made a haul from an ex- press car at Niagara trails, but over- ooked a package of furs. Conductor T. Northcolt ot Stratford may die from Injuries received -when le "was struck by an engine rod. North Battlcford has reduced its li- cense fefi for s'ivators from J200 to 175. Thomas C. Deavitt, ex-warden of Simcoe coimty, and tbretM-eara man ot "Meaford, 13 dead. Benjamin Murker, stouffville's old- est resident, celebrated Ma birth- day. United States Departm-snt of Agri- coHure reporta prospects for 1919 su- gar beet crop excellent. (Uteghany County Teacliers1 Asso. cfatica, have affiliated with American. Federation of Labor. Minimum salary for teachers in Cleveland, Ohio, Public schools will be raised from J700 to fall, Cocaine and morphine to the valqe of between elx and ten thousand dol- lars were seized at Windsor Station Montreal, The St. Thomas Board of Trade I aunched meaiberehip campaign and] will make special inquiry Into local affairs. Rev, Richard O, irwiri, Anglican, at Montreal, died in. his loth year, bis end' hastened doubtless by his having beetn run, over by. an automobile last July! Several .indgsttiaK.planta; at -Gall WCIT! forced to' cioae down, in. conse- quence olr'tbe 'Gravl'TjiTer overt low-: Death trom. >orndB .In tattle num- red loial deaths in all armies. reachecl accord- Ing.'to the U.'S, Secretalry Jpr -War.' Owiner to Increase the hrfrad C. H. Aflebfson'of pregon was ed chalrmj-n of Interstate Coraraerde Commisaloh lo. succeed M. SEAM IMS .SHA'ITI.K, Marcli mun- icipal government at mldldKht tonifhl l take over thrs local car Saupl company's proprety operated by Int tern of I'ugfji and J'owpr c Addition ot thr. to lhe cat lino n city will make the lo'ca! 'of fi'oials said torlay. miinl cl pally -owned 'rtliway In the -world. f'0clal3 today turned over ;.i bonds ift company Jn VAymnnl. Kof. lhe atjr will j-et 20C nillfj nf track, overhufctl f.40 worth of snppHos and about AlHiougli their automobile- was ground to pieces under railway train wlieds, itr. nnd Mra, Harry Tupper anil baby, liatavla, N.Y., escipeil with minor injuries. J. 1'. Jacohaen will head .The Pas board' at trade again Itils year with Oeo. R. Hancroftas vlcc-p-ezMent, and W. J. Young secretary and treasurer llrs. C. o( Tails died ot Iniluw.ze ti ".V-Kxialock, thei slio wciil (9 Aliwd the doubl> funeral of hpr'gifltcr-tn-law and tie aunt, who died of "flu." The lawn of Msn., Is to a pfrmanent bank. The Mer- chants' Dank has secured alto And will hulld an up-todate tolldlni; In the fprlng. Accardlnt! liny. Fathers I'olrler Rahird, ivn pricnU of yin.M'a inortiMill ota Ibe of 50" r'rgnlh'C'anMdian uho' located yearn tta In Rhode Island, u> The Hopper of a concrete mrter has a good appetite -mnti -a great capacity tbe top. But all trtat goes into it must pass easily through tKe narrow outlet at tKe bottom. H the man on the job goes away and tbe mixture to Harden in the he geU all. And the machine is put out of working order for a time. emiy (of you to your appetite with food, iBut if-you and the food waste out. and stagnates In your lower you l cpmei constipated-ryour body machinery will suffer; and if you tiylo get rid of the mass by taking castor oil, salts, mineral watery etc., to force the bowels to move, will TonVy make. maUers worte. You canVfite yourtelf for netjlccl. And you can't cure by forming the habit of every time yoU want .your bowels to move. But you can overcome_the trouble by taking Nujol, I NuH about, ih? habit of the tough towel reptW becauW i) not a not ttkc nny dru Nujol brinya -a return to Nature's metHodi by ncccMuy tKe bowel hy poisortoui matter, tViut ny drug, J Ntijo) to it, and you'll not f> 0< your appetite 01 iHe your food waste. (oJ.y, Ur f -yoar NuM only in sealed baring Nujol. Mailt. At drtiKgijli. Insist on Nujol, You may tutfcr from tubatitutet, Nujol LaboratoricvS STANDARD OIL CO, (NEW JEH5EY) 50 New Yoit Nujol J.aboralorieSi Standard OilCo. Ne4 Yot kr- Pleaie me fiec "1 hirly of AuteiiMoxication in ;