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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATtJnbAT,* APRIL 3.1920 PAGE S � fENTEEI^ nsE MSESSIONAL tiid�pcndi�i^t Labor Party is In GoilTCritioiiii-JMotlier^ P�ii* M)NDOK, Oflt., April 3.-Mother*! peftRloi&i and inereated ttMloBAl in-deitiiiitiii (or iBemlMrs of th� OnUrto I^liUtir* �lembljr were subjeete of (iisetttaton which occupied the morh' InC wbMtonof the Independent lAbor partr donrention tadsjr. The oonven-tio'n voted in teTor of Increaalng the RessioHKl indemnity of membere from n.^OO to 9�.000, but sent a rewlu-tlon aSecttnc motheri' penitone beck to.the eoihtnltteo to be re-dr�fted. ' Moitot the ipeakers wanted to Include-all ihisthirt under the operation of .the penBloha bill, but did not want to enibarraia the Labor membore of the leclelature by oppoiltion to the present bill now under consideration ttt'.Torbnto. One or two delecates raised the riue''tlon whether the mother*' pensions bill ooflrt to be so broad as to incliude mothers who were, tor instance; widows of millionaires. Should th^ rich mother fare the same as the pauper?" . "Sure, we do not care who else gets it, BO long aa the poor mother does get IC'Isaid a chorils of delegates. /'�^That would be a good feature," Bald Mrs. Hector Prenter of Toronto. "It;.would reinore the stigma of ohar-ity^'if the rich mother recelTed the pension too." Mrs. Jean Inglei, intending to rec-oBniie the difflcultles which social prejudice builds for the (air and impartial operation of a oomprehenslve pen-8loh scheme, ashed^ "Row many women :^ere would want to associate with vrires of prisoners r* Her query was greeted with cries c;: "It would be an honor." "Who would not te proud to awoc-iate with the wife of Rev. William iTens?" iasked a male delegate. LIGHTS and SHADOWS PyF.CS. EA�TKII MORN i Soft^ it dawns-another Blaster morn. Much like the Mom that hailed The Risen Lord: ThuP lilies wave their stately blooms of  white ' Befpre the south-wind; The deep-hucd tulips open wide their' bups Filled with the dew of Night, and round them gliyiy peep a myriad purple violets. Tlic'whole world yesterday, was cold ond gray and bleak; Today in gorgeous glory bursts the Spring; Cboks Columbia READY CUT MAGARONr THE MEAT OF THE WHEAT MADE IN LETHBRIDGE WHAT SHALL^ SCHOOL GIRL WEAR?-THE RIGHT lAND WRONG. AND COAL LEAD IN PRODUCTION Report of Provlnee'R Natural Resourceg Tabltd in ProTln-cial HouM-o Outlook Prpmiiing EDMONTON, .Mareh �1.-The toUl output of natural rA8 In AlberU in 1S19 waa 6,318,8|I�,P0 cubic feet which had b commercial value of 91,368,638. The petroleum prbdnced amounted to 18,040 barrels valued at $100,004. With the exception of coal these are the largest mineral productions yet deVieloped from the tremendous mineral resources of this province. Perhaps the ensuing year will show a be-gtnnihg in salt production in the Peace River, country where the provincial irovei.nment has holdings of its own adjacent to the A. and O. W. railway and irt potash for which borings are now being made near Weyburn. With better transportation facilities the tar Bands of the ^ north wiir be devel-,' oped eventuilljr to produce material for pavement purposes, for the manufacture of glii;i||.iBd for the diitiUatloa of oil. ^ Ixtanalval'llenaroli Worl( A siimmaryi^of all th.- Mthoritative information yet .compiled respecting itie natural retources of Aiberta has hem tabled in the legislature by Hon. Jean Goto, j^rovlndal secretary, who has this survey in hand. The gov-emrtient in utIllEing the University of Alberta for extenBiyo research work and. already soine neld work has been carried on in: search for iron ore. Especial attention will be paid to the search tor iron In commercial Quantities.. Alffiiough iron occurs in quantities, Although iron occurs in Alberta in several forms and in many looBlltiel), up to the present time no depoBlta : have, been found of a stse and quality suoh as to warrant development. A� Aiberta has an unlimited supply of coal, the presence of Iron I ore of even moderate grade In Alberta or eastern' British Columbia would be an important asset. Reseureee of North Dr. Allan's report, of the resources of the north country notes especially the liltumlnou^vsands or tar sands of that regiod/ At least 1600 square miles of land It^. the north are known to be underlatJ^ by tar sands, and It is estimated that between 10,000 and 15,000 square miles may be underlain by such sands'. The suiUbllity of some of the material obtalT)�^ from this source, for paving purposes has been proven by an experiment made some years ago on a street in Edmonton. Another section of the report deals with gold which has not yet been discovered in paying quantities, but which la (ound In many northern rivers, and In the Saskatchewan, where It haiti been panned at intervals. The clay resources of Alberta, says Dr. Allan, may be classed among tho;i most important mineral resources. Der' posits suitable for various kinde of ceramic products are widely dlstrlb* uted east of the Rocky Mountain es� carpment. A recent Nefw York demonstration was he!d at the Teachers' College, where they Judlsed cottumes euitable and the overdressed with short sk.rts, short sleeves, and vampis'h earrings. The Judij^es did not take long to make the verdict and decided in favor of the simple,, sober gowns which cover rather than ireveal the beauties of the female form. Photo shows, left to rixht, the wrong school dress and the right one. My yearning soul o'erflows with new discovered joy-Its every fibre leaps with life renewed. Yesterday the voiceless dead benumbed my heart. Today it is a fountain .of eternal hoi^e; Yesterday deep in the valley of despair I groped, . ^ Today. I scorn the mountain'! hold ^ defi. O Risen Jesus, on this happy Easter mora. Lead me, I pray thee, through life's narrow span; Hold fast my hand in ev'ry raging storm. Until Thy voice rhall call, me homo again.    The marriage of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks must have been a moving picture.  ' * *. After seeing the pl�3ture, "Don't Change Your Husband," it Is reported ihat little Mary said, "Never touched me."  � � And Doug, is said to be fully convinced that "Old Wives for New" is the biggest and best thing of the season.    Anyway, Fairbanks hitched wagon to a star. his 'California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best' Laxative Acceipt "California" Syrup of FIge only-look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, liver and ibowels. Chilxlren love its fruity taste. Full directions on each . bottle. You must say ".California."- i Advertisement. WOMEN BEAT OLD "HI" COST They use "Diamond Dyes*' and Atid Years of Wear to Old, Faded Garments-Really Fun! It's easy to cliamond-dye your old garments a new, rich, fadeless color, no matter if they be wool or silk; linea, tfotton or mixed goods. Houte-dresBCB, ginghams, aprons, blouses, skirts, silks, stockings, sweaters, cliildros's coats, draperies- eTerytking can be made wtir and good for years of wear with "Diamond J>jm." The DirMtiea Book la fsJiagi tells hew to diamond-dye over any color. To match saaieTM, hate irnf^isi show yen "Diamond Dj�" Ccior Card. RAiUWAY IVIANAGEMENT Not wanting to be out of date, the government plans an Increase on freight; last year they lost $14,000,000, I and losses must be met no matter who [hollers; it'll come from the people anyhow, and the Poor Old Public will ; never raise a row. . *   If Mrs.''McKinncy keeps oh prodding the attorney-general he is liable to get as sore as a Boyle, ' �i �  , ' WHY IS IT That a baby cries loudest when it is being christened?   � In stories the hero always marries the "girl but In real life It is often the villain that gets her.  �  HIS OPPORTUNITY He was a professional conjurer. "Now, lad:es and gentlemen,J^ he said with a wave of his hand,*^'thls Is the magic cabinet, I invite any lady in the audience to enter', this cabinet. I will close the dooor: and when It shall be opened agoin the lady w:il have disappeored, leaving no trace." ' � There was au impressive silence, and then a little, undersized m�n in the second row turned to an enormous woman who sat by liim, and breathed eagerly: Ma;riQ, clear, won't you oblige the gentleman?"  � � During the milk shortage why not dispense a double supply of the milk of human kindness? � � * DANGEROUS It has been d scovered that kissing causes heart failure and brain fever. M � � Also 'flu, marriage, divorce and other maladies.  *  TIME'S TO CHANGE Many a man who retired ten years ago Is working today.    Fat men are just naturally happy. That's why they're tat. m 0 m Who ever would think that the Saskatoon Qiuakers would sign up Beer?   * And now we are warned to look out for a grasshopper invasion. It la about time the Southern Alberta farmer had somethng to try his patience. His ro\^ has been such a smooth one. m 0 - Although hides are going down in price, shoes are going up.  �  So little Alberta boys with cheeks of tan will still have to go barefooted this summer.    WILL HE ANSWER? The mayor oT Hamilton is a believer in birth control. He say.s that two children in 'the average family are sufficient these days, and advocates the Holland system of control for Canada. We are wondering how many children the mayor has. Raslu.'i Ebenezer was telling a listening circle of cUalky-eyed negroes what a wonder his new "gal" was. "Oh, Lordy, how dat girl do love!" he exclaimed. One listener, carried away by his eloquence, shouted, "Ah say she dol" At which Ebenezer reached for his razor and tiirned around. "Wha:i yo' all say. niBgali?" The little negro hastily gulped, out, "Ah say, Uo she?" TE4 Ordinary teas are often thin and watery or sometitnes bitter. Blue Ribbon is always^, full flavored and fragrant and its color is rich and clear. Try It. S4 IR TONIGHT- Tomorrow Alri�;ht Get a 25' Box J. O. HIGINBpTHAM & CO, UTO., LKTHBRIOOE, ALBERTA. SHERIFFS SALE PROVINCE OL ALBEFTrA, To Wit: By virtue of a Writ of ESxecutlon issued out of the Supreme Court of Alberta at the sUlt of SHERMAN UVERGOOD ET At, PlamtiK AND FELGER FARMING CO., LTD., Defendant And to me directed against the Goods and Chattels of Felger Farming Co.,, I have seized and taken into Ebtecution the following Goods and Chattels, namely: ' One two-storey house, 16x26 feet, on skidg; 1 two-roomed house, 18-24 feet, on skida; 2 shacks, 12x16 feet, on sklde; 3 s'hacks, 8x14 feat, on ' skids; 1 milking machine outfit; 2 Ajax fire engines; 23 twenty foot wooden gates; 1 Hansman drill hitch for 5 drills; 1 small hitch for two drills; 2 milk delivery wagons; 1 galvanized hog feeder; 21 pieces 2x4, 20 feet long; 16 pieces 2x6, 20 feet long; 55 round IJ-foot posts; 10 wagon and mower poles, n&w; 210 feet of %-lnch boards; approximately 300 feet hardwood; approximate'y 1300 feet lumber In dimensions; 40 sheep panels, 4-foot long; 18 sheep panels, 14 fool long; 2 rolls 5-foot*chlcken wire; 3 rolls,. 3-foot hog wira; 5 wheo'barrowa; 1 two^horso cultivator John Deere; 2 gardsn cultivators; 1 fe�d cart; 2 four-horae steel eveners w:th lead rods; 4 Handman binder hitches; working hamssa; 37 collars; 2 stock saddles; 12 halters; 12 martirgalos; 326 lbs. bndertwlne; 1 cream separator, De Laval No. 15; 6 fkro extingu'shars; 1 four-valve tank pump with 2 twenty-foot hoses; 11 steel drums; approximately 20 lbs. dipping liquid; 1 gasoline measure pump, never used.; l 600-galIon gasoline tank; 75 4-Inch sewer tiles; 45 6-inch sewer t'.les; 100 pair of hors�. shoes; 1 bonecrusher; 1 sninll clover cuttinj machine.; 1 set of butcher tools; 2 f;fty-foot jarden hose.; 1 horse clipping machine; 1 ten gallon churn; 1 garden seed planter. Junior; 40 forks; 7 crowbars; 5 post-hole diggers; 3 spades; 3 picks; 10 shove's; 9 grain shovels; 1 set of ice tools, saws, 3 tongs; 4 hoes; 2 wagon Jacks; 1 five-ton jack; 1 set of pipe dies from 5,4-inch to 1%-lnch; 1 set of blacksmith dies and taps, from V4-lnch to 1-inch; 10 fourteen-foot logging chains; 1 gasoline pump; 1 Aladdin lamp; 15 lanterns; 8 wagon axles; 20 doubletrees'; 40 singletrees; 30 wagon houuds; 2 new doors; 4 wndows, 36x36 inches; 1 etep-ladder; 2 dozen clevises; 13" packages mach'ne and plow bolts, useful sizes; 15 packages kniv&s and chains for binders and mowers; 4 chicken fountains; 7 boxes milk bottles; 4 new binder canvasses; 2 dozen reel amis; 1 dozen pitmans; 2 dozen reel .slats; 4 dozen canvas slats; 0 canvas rollers; 3 binder shields; 1 chest of repair parts for McConnick binders; 1 chest of repair parts for Deerlng binders; 1 chest of repair parts for mowers; 1 chest of repair parts for hay rakee; 1 chest of repair parts for harrows; 1 chest of hand tools; 6 steel blocks; 1 cag� of pipe fittings; 2 oil stoves; 7 heating stoves; 1 cook stove; 1 complete set kitchen and dining room utensils; 1 water heater; 1 round feed cooker; 1 scalding trough; l sheepherder's wagon; i 40-foot windmill 8 foot wheel, taken down; 1 galvanized water trough, 7 foot d'ameter; 8 iron bedsteads; 20 mattresses; 30 pillows; 20 bed springs; 18 blankets and comfcTts; 2 babb't ladles; nrproximatsly 1 ton of steel and Iron bars; 1 anvil; 1 forge; 1 vIeo; 1 boring machine with set of bits; supply of blacksmith's tools, bolts, nuts, odd ends of iron, etc.; supply of loose bolts and nuts; supply of automobile and tractor repairs; 7 grain bins-12 hay sUngs; 1 typewriter; 2 office desks; 1 ditcher; 1 Fresno scraper;' 1 hand scraper. All chattels mentioned In this list aa-e In good cxjndltion and ready for use. WHICH I SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON Monilay, April 12tli. AT FELGER FARM, SOUTH EAST OF LETHB!WDGE COMMENCING AT THE HOUR OF TEN O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON MALCOLM YOUNG. Sheriff, Jildlclal Dietrlct Lethbridge. Sheriffs Office, Lethbridge, March 3l8t, 1920. SALE TO COMMENCE SHARP ON TIME AND FREE LUNCH AT HOON THE Y. "Is the Centre of Clean Sport and Exercise For Your Boys in This City. They are given Free Membership between the ages of 10 and 14 years, inclusive. This means an expense which must be covered by Intermediate, Senior, Business Men's and Sustaining Membership in very liberal number*. Have you got a,membership? If not, arc you giving the financial support you should to an institution which is endeavoring to give your boys healthy and wholesome training. Memberships are- , Intermediate..........$ 7.00 a yem .1 Senior _____........... 10.00 a year Bocinesc Men's......... 15.00 a year Suttaininf............ 25.00 a year If you are not now a member send in your nioney for same, or men just as busy as you are will have to call on you April 6, 7 or 8, during Membership Gimpaign. -THE COMMITTEE. SHORTNOTICE OF AUCTION SALE Monday Next April Stb ON THE PREMISES, 604 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON ^ILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ABOVE, THE USEFUL HOUSEHOLD . FURNITURE And effects Including: Dining ^uite comprising buffet, extension table and set of dining chairs; Congoleum rug; several lots of nearly new linoleums in useful sizes; oak dresser with oval mirror; oak dresser and stand; chest of drawers; single beds complete with springs and mattress; 4ft. 6;n, brass trimmed beds, complete; 2-bumer Now Perfection oil stove; electric lamp; electric fixtures; toilet sets; rockers; white enamelled bedroom chair; cortalns; .window shades; Poyal Sovereign Ran^e with hot water front; kitchen tables; kitchen chairs; hnll linoleum; pictures;