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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRTT; IlIK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE AddrecsM For Old-Timers And New Do- ing Good Work CHINESE A.V1ATOR STARTS FLIOKT SASKATOON, April 6 Lim On, Chinese aeroplane pilot, accompanied by Hsrry Rowe, lell at on a flight to Cilgtry. They to make the trip lu tnreevjuinp6. The pilot Is tie first guduste of tiu Chinese Htetioa school, sod making the tight lu the interests oi the National wLich is to open conTentlon In tomorrow. IFrAro Our Own April late Mrs. TtaMwln'a sister from Windsor, Out., arrived in Cosldale on Monday tor a short visit. The addition to .the school grounds i; being fenced !n by tie Tunis Square These young.'fellows are thereby do- ing a community service. The wages'they for this wort wll go their organisation to .buy equipment. Mr. II. 0. Harrison has been on the ilck 11 day or two. 'The ladles' aid will meet .at the at 3 p.m. All lad let In {fie .dlsfrtct'are Invited. A ioclar tea will be given on Thurs day afternoon' at 3 o'clock at th 'home of Mrs. H.; A. Buggitt, under th auspices; of the Women's Instltut The-occs.eiqn will be used to get si quaiuted with the newcomers to th dlstrlct.'A'full'sHandance Is urged. Lloyd Strumm has bought a ne car. Wheu a young unmarried ma docs a thing Jtke; that what conclu Ions lire come to? Mrs. Alec Bok We think we.have real winter weal cr here.'.but a-lady visiting Coalda froiri North Dakota was summoue home the other day by the news th fourteen year old son was froze lo a'blliiard- down ther His body-was .imind drifted over b tween UieV house" ahd the barn. Our from Washington 'arestanding tho arc svesther. fine. So far they have proved nood'stuft'In the face of the repeated 'failure of spring to arrive. However, we can assure that according to alf old [imers.'aud government rec- ords' summer always has come at last in all past years. f Tlie Easier services 'at the. local church' were attended. The morn- serviCD was conducted as an open session of the Sunday School. Musical itpms and choruses were given by .the young, p.eople aridjMr. A. J. Law ad- .the' Rev. H. Bosom: worth then Be- lieve in Immortality." V evening-service had added terest: because ;fff-the orchestral mus- ic sllpnlfed 'by ifr. and Mrs. Myers, Mr. Glhbs and_Eddle Pederson: It.Is to bs'hobed development! will 'take' this direction.'.'Ir. the future for- "music hath charms.' Neit Surlday unusual .character. The. morning sor vice" will be'a'raily of the old and the ngw. as It ia the anniversary o Ihe held In. Coal preacher at that time was Mr. llelghes and he still, lives amqiiBst us, hnle, hearty and respect- ed. Addresses will he given for the Old Timers by Mr. Oeo. Heighes and Mr. H. A. Sugglll, and for the new- corners by H. 0. Harrison and Sir. A. J.: Law. Solos and other musical Homs'.will be on the, programme. The this service Is 11.45 a.m. The -Sunday School ..session will be closed liy that time. .Please remember, Sun- day-School'Session 11 a.m: Special Service, 11.45. There ought lo be ni'atra'ahlees at Ihls meet- ing. iHere is where the old and tho new should rally, to unite for a better community. We take thia "opportunity of con grntulating. Heighes on be- halt.of the commuuily upon bin 7lEt btrlhday. May ho: have many more yet. WQ were glad Iq see Bergt. Jas Mitchell with lis. over Easier. He looks well'anfi trust thai the treatment at Frank wjrt completely Veslore his libalth. KHITIA rtlNKIPIBF 10 MR CANALS Far Chin CouW Flome Oil Hand and Work Agent and, Staff Buay Distrib- U.F. A. Hold a Flae Concert (Frcra'Our Own BAIUfWmi, April on tie land was begun here the fore part o last week, but it to suddeu stop by the extreme Id the-weather. It appetfs now u though It would-be before farming operations couM be continued ss there stl'eett a foot of snow.on the level and sUong Indlcstioni of more.. jitustion reached a rery( crltlcil slate of affairs. The farmers are.'nearly, all entirely with- out hay and 'it seems to be an abso lute.Impossibility tojget any n. .CatHe dying" every day and the horses are jelling In such poor condition that farmers will do well to gel the land Into crop that they have ulrttdy jprepirsd. Some of the ity.'tiiy Intend to card the drilli ywr and rttort to the old method o la the of P.'Lund Son for put (it hu dUeoa- tinued eerflcei to look farm- Le Baron the pofltloB left ttcut on. Mr. K.'P. Stewart spent the BtaUr holldayi in Lethbrldge. MUi Holmes.and government of British Columbia witniKowell, president of the privy couoefl.'J regard to Indian lands. Mr. Melghen stated that the prin- cipal difficulty wan in connection with Amendments to Indian Act in Dominion House OTTAWA, April Canadian arrived back in Ottawa today after a brief visit to Washington, It (S v understood, proposed appointment. the conduct of tho Kitsllc.no reserve. a Canadian repreiseiilaUve ua- whlch had been taken over 'by discussion. An otBclal statement Vancouver harbor commission. subject, It Is eipected. Mr. Fieldlns took objection to one of Issued shortly. No 'decUion has yet the clauses of the bill, which, he said, J reached .In regard to the ap_BJ. t committee and reported for third read- In Canary for the week-end. MUi Delmi. Peterson, of Lcth- brldge. In Barnwell for faw days' tiilt last week. Mr. Chester of Leth- bridge. Glide a short visit to Barn well this week. ternoon ly Mr. Mac Before the bill passed, D. D. McKen boys' work for International Rotary, describing the work offering lha greatest possibilities of any' tuk m- Air. Charles Asplund jut put four month iviuvvu vj MH. i tuo win sv. v T> i er of the oppoiltion, and Ernest said he would like to go on record i aertaken oy Kotarj, pointe, member for, Quebec East, sndjas saying that toe provincial govern-' Suggestions for the developawot of former member for KamourtBis. took a high-handed method when 'Ihe work were submitted by W. J. The went Into committee on they wanted to kick the Indians oft alSmlth of Seattle, who remmrked tist Mr. Melghen's bill to provide settle-'--deslrabla pices of Isr-.d, and business side to the qaestloa ment of-differences between tbn Do-'their own price for it. He thought Rented Itself to those who employed minion government and the provincial that xho Dominion parliament should, boys. not lend itself to a principle of this i Dr. Kaynor, Victoria, appealed for kind. a standardized internatlonsl progruB Rowell Returns for handling the boy problem and pro OTTAWA, April N. W. venting overlapping. from the SUtee where he has been employed in the mail service (or the (Frftm Ow Ova Correspondent) WHITLA, April Moffat, mother of Will Childers, who hat been Tlelllog here tor the past six weeks, returned to her home In Seat- tle lait week. Miss Bonnie remaining with her Bitter during the summer month i. Annie Canon visited Whitla between trains on Tuesday, for the purpose o( looking after her extensive firnjrBf Intermti In this vicinity. Mils Carton spent the winter in Vancour- ed and very much improved In health. Mr. ThomM and family have moved into .the vacated residence W. W. Fuller for the summer monthe. Mrs. W. .W. 'Fuller relumed to her home in Saskatchewan last week, after 'a three weeks' visit with ives and friends. Mr. and. Mrs. Verbano returned to heir home soath of Whitla last week rqm i Seattle .Mr. Verbane spent tie past winter working. Mr. Nick Velkrr left for Saskatche- wan on Monday evening to work dur- ng the spring and summer months. Mrs. Charles Sturm made a trip to Medicine Hat last week. Mr. Thomasr nines offer pricei tor corlain American dollar securities, deposited with the government. OCEAN.FREIGHTS TO INCREASE' LONDON, April in ocean -freight rates from the United Kingdom to. North America will take effect on April 19 and will range from 25 per. cent, on lower classes of goods to BO per cent on more valuable ar- ticles, according to the London Times. The Ives Bedding Co., Cornwall, has given all oi Its employes a bonus ac- cording to length of serviced WILL YOU NEED WORKERS for SEEDING H so OFFICES of the 1 located at tho following arc ready to nerve you, without charge. LOCAL OfFiCES: t CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEER, DRUM- HELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBR1DGE. Fill fn And detach Coupon below and.place-In -an' envelope addressed Employment Service of Canada together wilh the address of tho office Nearest your farm. Bo sure and slate how many 'men are Your order will receive prompt attention. I shall require tho following help on my farm: Experienced men ................Wigcs........................ Partly experienced ................Wages........................ Inexperienced .....................Wages........................ Length of time help Is required for............................. when required NAME............................................'....-..'......... Poit'Off 'Neariitt Ry. Station Cl CARETTES All Over the World sire fitfitiQ dgarefte of flu t rich, mild arpma of these famous smokes guarantee perfect "More sold than all other brands combined. ;