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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TliK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. APRIL 7.1919 Sbc Detalb f, flltxrru DAILY AND WCtKLY and PMC LtTHtKIOCE HERALD PRINT- COMPANY, LIMITED Ml Unas South, W. A. BuehaMO M aai Jlaaagiag Dimlor ilasagar Tozrasce in tlie -name --Mwopotaala" >u n. This to her was a "bksted word." j desr aM woman went fcy the jOvmiHug- nature o[ Ihe word. That vis good enough tot her without trou- bling any further. With regard to IVtshevisiu there are some today who are of the -Mesopotamia" way of thought la their sympathy for Bolabc- visui with whWi they associate the uresent regime In How often do we hear these individuals, obsess- ed with a catch word, and aothisg more, get up whtti the opportunity is pvea them in public mating, such as the Forum, ana eipress their deiu- TOO Till DEMffi Many Families Prepare to Pot ii BV Crop Oslir, JCM Dally, by-pail, per year null, per year Waekly, by nai) per year to DsleTo! eiplry oT subscriptions dsllj ea labal., Accept- MI auUwrity to coatin scrip I Ion. stia. for It Is noting tkat the newspapers are In conspiracy to set in a wrong light what is going on in Russia In the guise, and Me say so ad- visibly, of Bolshevism. i Bolfhevism in its true the rale c? the-majority combtalng with it equal fearful. It. in truth: U ideaJirtic. But there Is the reai and the adulterated brand. His of Bolshe- vism a Russia 'that .maies U tbe odi- ous and'tb? creed that it bpcowe.- lf-tt is thoroughly under- i a "tlewed at now sur- ,b-1 lte-nch' rounds it has created by ___...... _...... __i whp have run to the rlotios with: au ideal. To say that tie newEpapars are not when, TOO YIELD TO THE ENtMY The London Daily News speaks for i considerable liacifist. here aad abroad, blames .ihe Ilonjarjaji....... -the failure of the AlUcs to provide the Central Powers wiili food raw materikk." and our desire .-for "terri- torial spoliation." j The New York Times auiwers in sarcastic but.effective wheji it The suggested rereedy is a simple one. Let us surrender lo tie enomr who so lately surrendered to us. Let us feed our enemies while our friends starrer L-efus's'upply raw material to Cersaaa factories ve coaswfcr lanorks awl Bohea. Let us break our, promises lo tae Czechoslovaks, the Jugoslavs, the Poiee, the and tars th alone. >Ve Vaot feace In the as sow is we can get it ,but too many peopje but (hart Bteaoriet, and are forget too many ontragas of th tniusV-tor years in order-to ob-: lain (t, France le caarged Kith being tlie Stan Minx block in tie way ol an early peace, but we must not France too much. Let as all liial Franco has suffered. Imagine if we caj, aM the French territory that has been beaten into mins by .Ger- many, all the cities and towns 'that have been destroyed and all the lives that have been then we'will understand France's demand not only for a real -punishment of her enemy liut for reai safeguards against'that enemy. the the, real facts oC the m is 'as 'much bald- i erdash as tile more than once Ir. and bis wife have sus- tained'a very sad .bereavement In the loss of their "oplj child ttarold. Mr. tnd Mrs. Jiaposing yf their holdings "in tliis neighborhood and intend to Kansas.' Much sympathy is felt for them and .they will be greatly missed in the Church .has.been closed, closed for just-over a week and has been open tbe; past week with'only one teacher. Your, correspondent has also been numbered among Ihe. .vic- tims accounts tor of these notes for the past The situation is now much. Improved in the village although there are still a few cases, the ban has lifted and our entertainments -are beginning again. The Caslle Square Entertain- ers being on the bill for. tonight while neit week the Beverly Entertainers will occupy the stage'on -Tuesday ev- ening, April S. these .litter being one of the Lyceum attractions which have been awaited EO.long. Will Seed Big Acreage.' Preparations ire now--In full.swing big crop in this district. Tiie Noble Foundation Ltd. sre ei- Mr. lames Murray on Mon- day to take over the duties ot Farm Superintendent. Mr. Murray- a highly Qualified agriculturalist and conies here from Jlacdonald. College, Quebec. This company are evidently prepared for a strenuoas and signs are not wanting.that the (her farmers of the neighborhood are Iso getting busy. J. Harris Co.' have recently pur- hasert the bungalow built by the Foundation Ltd., and at presenl wcupled by Mr. Collins. They intend carrying out several imprpveiaents and it will oe occupied laler hy Mr Ilierer of their staff. Miss Irene Benolt and. Miss Sier ried Bergstrum have left for Edmon ton. where they are .attending the >3- College. Summer" Sports; Outdoor entertainments are to miles from Coal- ilalc. lor ptr 113.000. To P. Knapp of acrw, Improved. ullM from Coaldale for uer acreriM.SW To Joan C. .taaa of Utubridtv. 1W acres, uaiaprored, three miles from CoaldaK for per icre. In ail acrM were cold tor 4173.- or fa ol about 194 per sere. Another party U erpecled in by Mr. Sujfltt Wyomlnj in a days, her will arrive by motor car. a ret- lUr Mi-rice ivlcf to be maintained this by Mr. Suggiit by weans of automobile, for the purpose of briarfM la farmers from RCKED UP IN 5SING ton TBE srCBY HAS he irrigated portions VYyooilBg and latko. o[ Moutaaa, WILL KM MILLS Many trateloads at trooaw arrlvW 1m Toronto" the Salaries of mUslonarlej in tha bytariai ctonrvk bean eUofi luaiber camps took for Wg this Hon. S. Hanrr, aaUmaiac tha York tioe, tke U. r. O. 35 For 15. For of Mrs. Bin-its Tbe man who has'grown with the buslqess is the maa.who understands the most about it. This applies to the Hon. Gi4eoa Eobertston, the Xlniste-r -of Labor., experience in labor circles is helping bim to make the success he "is making of his portfolio CAMPAIGN POM OUTDOOR There have been carn'palgas in Leth- bridtc fpr. raising tiimls for, various 6a. Wed- nesday there laiincliejj_a_ cam'- pajgn gl not a erf )y I t of n'attda- il iMportaocV. it Is a campaign wnicfc, "Erolutioa is better than revolu lion" is a pet saying today. The foon every one learns '.o estimate Un truth of this tho sooner will come tha domestic for which the people yearn In those days when ths times mil of jiiltt. ceive some attention here" in addition :o the numerous concerts thai are ti afford us amusement- -A in Bourse ot preparation at the rea of the Merchants Bank and no dpuh we shall shortly be getting.healthy ex ercise upon it. Although'this, is th first line of sport tc show'.activity understand that it Is not to be the onl one and onr neighbor, Lelhbridge i not to have the monopoly ot spor in this part of Alberta. The Red Cross will meet in th basement ot the church on afternoon ai i p.m., while the bas1 ment of the church on Wednesday a ternoon al 2 p.m., while, Ihe Ladie Aid are aslccd to meet at the sam placfe the'following day, Thuraiiy a lit, tU far nachinc for Uw caaeratloa last it to coioe. ..Jt'lf a its lay the foundation A campaign of Wedaeadsy'i Uon needs go partlcnlsr aopesl for1 coj Matftog7 ft IU in 'the'Kn'es statenient inade hy' W. Rerir- eli in the second rnithii of tne bill for of a IJdmlnlon' department of Public Health. He ssid that thefijfire'i Indicative ot the phy- sical condition of Canada's young man- hood, as revealed hj the medical cx- aminaliona under the Military Service Act, were not tnctmragiag'. Of a total of young men who passed un- (Judg'e. apd those behind Him will jkave 'accomplished something the b A.A.A. with bucking is In itk the latter It Is clear- If fo.Letnb' ridge." doubt lie Spar- tacus.group ia Germaay Ic being given seefrt encoaragement by the satellites 'of the forlorn hope being des- HEAVY mm price Averages Wyoming Farmers Mike 'Purchittesi (From dur Own CcjiTcrw.nO COALDAL.'E. April apri fFroe Our Own. Raymond, April council met Thursday night with Mayor Pack In ohajr and Councillors Court, Cost- and The regular utine of business7wai passed. Tlw question of .auto, liveries was and' the iown fathers ought that taeate: luiuries should so pay a license. Tlie tender ot J. Salmon to clean the ditches was eepted. More -llgnt will be given 'on Broad- jy. The secretary wis collect the water .flilts; is jrears or- 'o electric ;ht and water man to cut loose e off "who do not pay up. Tax. Rate 90 Mills The tax rate .for the year was ruck at the -towu nd 15 for The ess tax willbi if per cent ot tie !ntai value ot the "property Any one wishing'a limited number iHrees from the town may get lem by applying to Mr. lleggte or to [r. Hiram KrarfMll. King and Green's petition to hulMi fire proof building just north, of the arage was granted.. New Drug Store Douglas Fowler is opening t rug store In thti old hail room. The building is being renovated and remodelled. The death ot Mrs. Barrus from nfluenia occurred on Thursday. De- eased was buried in the Raymond ctmelery yesterday by the side of her Is'band. who died last and on Monday.. Mr. and Sirs. Barrus came from Idaho 13 years ago Tbe Labor TXpartsant's reports tor the past are yuile Orders from France and Rumania foe (ana Umilecaesria have been received by Brantfoni The commander of the allied troop; haa declared Flume to be ta a oange. sheeji; OfSbtred at the Horse" .Shoe -ranch of Bere, will be a-chance, of 'work is now: in.full ifqheniollern being called on to sit upon, it; in Scboql said Premier IJearsf. Premier ot Ontario has expressed -what should be, and School ssln rnateriill? with the incluilon 01 women on them. If Ine" German people lay any claim der tne hands of the ;to the ideals of justice, that claim has were found 'fit while the remainder i vanished In the condoning of the were rejected as. usfit. Th2t U overjcreants responsible tor the death 'of fifty pt'r cent, of Ihe young manhood i Captain J'ryatt. The finding has add at that time of milltarr were im- to the "Made In Germany" fit. This Is somellilni tor a thioking brand. people thoughtful over. One need nol-go pvr.r pinse ot 1 Kiperlence Is said lo DO, a costly the healthy mind In the htfallhy'bidy. Schoolmaster. This the cily ft Hi Irulli Is accepted at an karat to Its coil In the matter ol past ddt Biv-raly as an article of overtures to Industries lo come to in. flftk., Tlw'nioMWeut known is the But tlie cily has wisely profiled by aliens ifor.'seeding are'the order of.the day. The 'flu is pretty: yell pass- ed over and all the victims are recup- erating their strength for-the r spring effort; .Mr. Harris from now set- tled "on the old Baty place and Mt. Dirrow. is just cast of him." Jlr. Thompson Is building adjoining Jlr.'j fiarrow's "place. School Re-opens School will begin on '-.Monday, A new motor truck will be'put on the northern route aa an .experime'iil for finding out the possibilities of this form of transportation. Chnrch services will begin on Sun- day, April 6. Don't forget that there Is a nursery at Ihe iiarsonage. Bring Ihe children along and 'worship in pesce. Frank Knapp Is digging Ihe base- ment of a fine new house In Coaldale. He consider.! the district worth stay- in; In, even though he has sold hit farui home. Land Averago 144. ilarry A. Sugg'ltt reports some good Pre.s.'H. S. Allen left for LMak this attend -'ibe1-1 senri-asnual conference ot: the-Mornw .clinrcs. Mrs. O. H. Snow is: hone again a'ilef the" wister-m Wean Utah.1 Mr. H- Ririe Is back do -tana -summer 'after jbdng away al winter in Utah.: J. pomlng- from Caln'orata, he wintered. and .Music.store Ing .s full window'of glass In stalled......... Re i wan moral' Ikon caaaa vkvre who vkaa they away bate biw mm. Becauae OoMW a fif. itm rear oM elrl; Hrtcf wHh her iatuied Iq i of ol tha otatrict, enta near Trfbitae, accapt' Ixart a Markoff a llea batVwa Ufa aa acres three miles from Coaldale, improven" for ISO per acre, J34.8W1.' Tn Cllne of. ncre.4, Kranlr Knanp pe acre. ISO.oOO, K. of CoaldAle, ISO