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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATimDAY. APRIL, 3.1920 THir Trn cents in the New York stores the majority of Canadians win very much prefer to spend their money at home. Bat apparently quite a few Canadians contracted the Kastertlmo New York trip habit and neither full-faros on the railways nor discount on the dollar has cured then? of It. The managers of a number of the leading hotels report a big liiflux this week-end from Eastern Conada. "I have had a stack of reservations for Easter timo from Canadians coming in for the past two weeks" declared the maraper of one ho^e! Whl'-h caters particularly to travellers from the Dominion, "and a large porcent-ago of the guestH in the hotel now ara from Canada. I don't know why so nif/ny have chosen to come here at this particular time, unless It Is to sea thi5 Easter parade, but they are vci-y welcome." Several other hotels which are popular with Canadian visitors reported a large number of reservations from tha Dominion. Therefore it may be said that the Easter invasion from Canada is once A again in progress, oven though the army of invasion is only a skeleton of its fomier �e}t. LOOTING CAUSES TROUBLE. AUSTRIA VIENNA, March 14.-(By Mail)- Looting of freight trains particularly of foodstuffs and wearhig apparel goes on unchecked through Austria. XTn- loss convoyed, it is said, a shipment' staples, were opened it was found that " a portion of the fat and flour had been skillfully renjoyod ftoiti^each package and.a saok of Austriani stilt, substituted to niako up the requisite weight. stands little chance of coming through Intact. The rob^boirs seem well organized and armed and often so numerous j as to resist arrest. Gift cargoes from other European states seem the favorite plunder and, according to report, much of the stolen goods has been found for sale in tha open market. A large consijriinent of this charac-' ter from Swedeii' arrived this week and when the well an-anged food parcels, containing flour, tats and other �RAZIL- TAKIS HUN SHIPS PARIS. April �.-(HaTaa)-German �hips MilMd by^ Bnzil Will be taken otar by a syadioata of French ship owners on payment of |S6.000,000, according to tha Journal, which says the matter has beeti.. definitely setiled. PRICE BROS. PLAN QtTBBBC, April 3.-(By Canadian Press.)-It Is reported that the plans made by Price Brothers and company for the construction of mills and a model tov^n ,on the Saguenay ri* four nilles from Chlcoutimi,' have'I" temporarily suspended.. . The estimated cost of the projeefc'ilj $20,000,000, butjt is asserted tbat^a the machinery for the mill, which hfut\ been ordered In England, cannot>.bt| delivered before next year the woi;];; on the construction of the town a|) Siguenay WiU bO; delayed until tha;? time. The public school at Canifton, Ontj.; was destroyed by fire. .:4 TIZENS BELIEVE THEY ARE GOLOMINEOWNERS AL/SASK, Sask., April 3.-Although the fervent excitement and high hopep, are not so manifest at Alsaslt as they I \re at Srbbald. Alberta, which is only j three miles from the Egstead dry creelc claim, the SIbbald business men and the farmers of that locality are fully convinced that the gold And la a big one. George Egf5oad, his wife, and 19 other prominent persons of Sibbald and district have filed claims. One day, wliile drawing water from tlie shallow well which is near whet appears to be an old glacial creek or Hinall river, Mi'. Egstead noticed some bright grain.s in the pail. An analysis was marie at Calvary, and what the Alnask citlzenji thought was manganese bronje were real gold nusrgets. His claim only cost him ?6.00 and the width of the claim Is 500 feet. .TudcriTig from the topography of that district, old-time miners believe that It is the mother vein of the scattorod bods of gold In Alberta. Memorial senMces in honor of the late Rev. R. (Jf. Menzies, the murdered Chinese missionary, were held 'n Bloor Street Preshytorian Church, Toronto. m m ^^^^^^^^^^^ Now a IT has not really changed. It was always a nece>ssity. An all v/ise Creator, when he placed man with his delicately adjusted organism, his nerves, his moods, his passions in a world of toil, of joy and of sorrow, of weariness and exhilaration, gave him music to harmonize his very nature with his surroundings. But man did not alwaysknowwhatMusic meant to him. He put it on a pedestal to be enjoyed by the cultured few. The war has given us a nev/ vlevz-point. Aweary, exhausted and nerve-racked humanity called upon Music for relief and received it. Gloom gave way to hope and refreshed energy rook up the tasks which had seemed so heavy. It was music which kept up the spirits of the people and brought us success. Music is rendering the same service today in the time of peace, for we still need refreshed energy, clear vision and a brave spirit. INCULCATE in your children a love of Music when they are young and their tastes are in- the forming and you will fortify them for the vicissitudes of life and plant in their hearts a source of. infinite pleasure.. Buy a Piano, a Flayer-piano cr a Phonogratifi. They are necessairy for your cliiiaren's education, your owa comfort and.lls, x^leasuire and happiness of the entire family Assin'boia Music Co., Ltd. 315 Sixth Street The Kenny & Allin Co., Ltd. Next Dallas Hotel Mason & Risch Ltd. Balmoral Block The Willis Piano Store Hull Block P Canada's Music Week. April 5th to 12th 95 ;