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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL TUB I'TOPALD. ti'-'; V: O ..I. Tom Moore of Can- adian Trails Congress Says Frte Speech Killing Spreit Agitators THE POMP OF THE L PAGE ELEVEN- DEVONSHIRE HAS 18 MONTHS TO SERVE Is Movrly but'eurely dying In England. Free speech Is killing H. The Old Country labor mau Is learning the un- soundness of tho doctrine, not from those who to discredit Ibe move- ment, but from the ramcaus themsel-i ves. Labor Is. becoming ulttt tho Reds and Is showing that dls- gust by repudiating movement So stales Tom Moore, president of fha Trades and Labor Congress, Can- ada's labor representative on tho Inter- national labor congress, held In Eng- land under the auspices of the league ot nations during the last two months, who returned to Ottawa last night. Sir. Moore, when seen by the reporter, had just returned and an yet had not pro- pared any report. The statements h'e' made were Jn tho nature of a-conrer- Ballon. and, as he said, be has'hot :yet had timo to collect hie Ihoijghts "andr discuss the events with tlfc coherency' ho would like to. Ho-jiist-'givo the outstanding obtained while in Europe attending fthe meet- LONDON'. April 8. (By Canadian Duko of Devonshire, speaking to a gathering of his 'tenants at ChatsYPorth who had made a wedding gift to Lady Dorothy Cavendish, said he had anotb- er IS months to serve as gov- ersor-ssnaral In Canada and intended on his return to set- lie (luiiu la Ckats-fforth. 4 )n ifydo Park, a.Can- adian who has follower! trial, como In Iho.-.nsture'oha shock. Soviets for tho.Bftrtsh; vocated. Literature IK openly-sold .oh (he streets, the, pos- Great Did Not Hesi- tatc to'toad Himself Down DrearjvTasks: Some of the Great Doctor's Views. Kir "William married to d session of n person living in Philadelphia wonym; and the intimato fry, would lieaji.ii prison I friend of 'bvenrf-PhlfndelpMa physi- the elans.' notably Dr. -and Kncech they .IJiv n> Tail 'a prince ferenco. but any aHempt at.r.oyolut- of hospitality at -tils': (Oxford home. A lunary action is quicklyAa1rmpa In, tho writer Iii the Philadelphia Public buil. He cited .1 says': revolutionary tbo ending three Inches of cold steel instead ot the German mllitarr Including Ludondorff, .hat he s ct. bo-tro.u The photograph .was taken shortly before the recent and it !s ovideu that the swagger of the old guard remains wltfi the gorgeousuws of the uniforms too much to contlnuy to play roaladc Imagtnaire. Much covert fun was poked at mod- ern appendicitis by Sir William, and In his clinics he several times took sly shots at his brethren; the sur- gecfts. Here are some ot them: "All colics mean appendicitis now- adays, and are admitted on the sur- Eical Bldo, much to the detriment of tha patient, as a rule, with the sac- rifice of several weeks In bed and the loss of his when, perhaps, his pain was due to a lobster salad of the night before." "Pain in the stomach nowadays Is always appendicitis, and is recognized by the doctor's wife 'over tho tele- phone.'-' Sir .William had a high regard for the .use ojt tlie surgeon's knife, 'how- ever, as Is exampled in the following quotations from "Whenever there is pus there (should be .steel. Call on the Philis- tines for aid." "Em'pyciha. needs a surgeon and It's sad to think how much good money is spent on poor tea, despite the fact that Blue Ribbon1 is on sale in .every store. of living is about the snnje'.-V' British workers are norBblfeh'dviits hut ore undoubtedly. toward slatd capital, and liccfclly In the capital. and j-pontrbl.Xeii; e hey T ad n'ti r Ing ''a If e (his gn Ijeagiie) r Concaruing the drink evil, Sir Wil- liam frequently gave expression tb'ln-' icresllng. views. A few follow: Is..a. respecter of persons. jAt eis.awhere, sir yyii-i' o persons. himselt whot dees a man north of lie Tweed ,liain' aid., he'sitatcj, to 'load himseIf distasteful care for him' He sends no bills there s re With a good backing of.Tr'esbjterian most important part in; the social iwat uiigiuiiduL jmri in.-ine social ress of the worker-throughout lieijer presentation of the rela- 'Tho of Bicchus arc mide up from 40 to 50 This Is the busy sea son The folldwing'nre extracts from the physician's addresses to nurses, no nan Sman wifii is doubtful !t filler words have The thing which probably For one such he S'CT ?fn woiuen ed Mr. Moore most at the meetlngs'.pf busy half a day not- (ho congress wr-.s Ihe wondryrful her pessimistic details Rross being made in Italy with regard Afterward he read lo the improvement ol the Uljd'knotobuok Intently and then he patient without a prcscrlp- wilVa h'ast "card a word, let It die with thee' ..But arent you going to'tell me Tactltuhilty, a.discreet silence, is a what Jo do? she said, astonished. virtue little cultivated In these garni- his answer IE said tollous 'Jaye "Marriage is the natural end o{ Ihc G. W. "ELD ON Sunday April llth AT 3.00 P.M. IN G. W. V.. A. CLUB ROOMS All Membfers Are Requested to Be Present WCUl'1 have two CARMANIA AT NEW YORK YOllK, April Cunarj VOHK, April Cunard his answer IE said tol1 Itnor Carmanlft arrived here last night' Have'been, "If yon don't know enough! from Liverpool by way of to'cpmo'lri out of the rain when It's'1 with ten million dollars in I ca.n, do nothing for you." H 'trained nurse, who Is a choice selei uu.Iuiu tii MV uviuiug iui" JUH." I Jrooi LUG very cBst women of ths bullion. Among tho cabin passengers' 'I am informed that the fee for -this community, anil who know Ihe ]rws Sir Win. Wiseman, of British for- bit of-common sense was more than and whose sympathy office, who Is said to be on a probably went pVri ciiccigi mlsaioii. waj. healing a delusion, it cost has- uijsu was mere man ___ :k probably went port ?ee" "MOTnea by contact with the [n'p n fioiiiotnti TI best and worst of men The Life Elements of Wheat and Barley are found in the v ready-cooked GrapeNuts O r The vital mineral'salts so much needed for repairiiig. daily wear and tear ana for building s.ound body tissues, abound in this food of fine flavor. Every table should have its daily Mide Ay Canadian Postiim Cereal Co. Ltd. Ontario she lias not acquired Immnnlty from (hat most ancient of all diseases, Ibat malady of which the Rose of Sharon sang no' plaintively, that sickness 'to be stayed not with flagons nor -comforted, witli apples.' "Practically, there should bo for each ot you a busy, useful and.hanpy Ufa; more you cannot expect; a great- er blessing the world cannot b'csloiv. Tour passport shall be the blessing of Him whose footsteps you unto whouo sick you have minis lore d and for whoso children you have cared." EXAMINATION FOR REGISTRATION OF NURSES WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA In Edmonton and Calgary, Beginning May 20th, 1920 lh Is comniunfcate .Wllh the Uegistmr beforo WHAT YOU CAN READ' IN HALF AN HOUR venture to press upon Ton Is, that It requires no preterhu- man forco of will in nny young man or household clrcntii' elancos arc more than usually vexa- tious and got at least hnlf an hour out of a solid tms'y das' for good and disinterested reading. Some will say that this Is too much ,to cipccl, and the first persous to nay (tf I venture lo predict, will lie Ihoso who wasle their time moil. Ai any rale, ff I cannot get half an hour, I will be content .with n quarter. Now, In half nn hour I fancy you can read fifteen or twenty pages of llurfce; or yon can rend one of Wordsworth's the lines on Tin- tern; or say, a scholar, In the original, and if not. In a trans- a booi.- of the Iliad of the Anclcl. 1 do not think ihnt I nm fill- Ing tho half-hour too full. But try for yourselves what you can read in half an hour; Then multiply thn half- hour by 305, and consider what treas- ures you might laid at the end of (lie Morlcy. i Concern for his nafcty Is felt by the relatives and friends of Onnt. PranV' Stratford, Itnown'. oh'Spping" master of Viclorla, and formerly com- mander of the salvage steamer Salvo? who Seen missing from his homo since Thnrtday morning. No trace of his whcrenbouls been found. WILL YOU NEED WORKERS for SEEDING If so OFFICES of trie- located at the following polnta are ready to servo you without charge. LOCAL OFFICES: CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEER, DRUM- HELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBRIDGE, Fill In nnrt detach Coupon below and placo In an envelope addressed Employment Service of Canada together with tbo address of the office Nearest your fnrm. Be sure and slate how many men arc required. Your order will receive prompt attention. I shall require tho following help on my farm: Experienced men Wages Partly experienced ...Wages In experienced ____ Wages Length of time help Is required for Date when required t ti t NAME i ;_ Poet Office 't Nearest Ry, Station THE WONDER FLOUR HAVE YOU TRIED IT? ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. ASK FOR OGILVIE'S COOK BOOK. ROtolHODSEHOID AUCTION SALE Farm Stock, Implements, Furniture, etc. HAVING RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. H. 0. Wli-SON, .1 WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the Farm, 2 Miles North and 3 Miles West of Coaldale, and 9 Miles Northeast of Lelhbridge. Oh FRIDAY; AprH 9th AT ONE O'CLOCK.'THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY 1 pair gray mares, 5 years old, 3000 roan'inare, 7 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 S years old, 1350 )bs.; 1 Holstein milk S years, old, fresh about six weeks. 1 8-foJt Mas'soy-Harris double disc, used ono season; 17-foot JIarlln ditcher; 1 iG-fcch walking plow; i Cockshutt triple disc plow; 1 3-secilon lever harrow, 1 5-foot Fresno; 2 sels work harness; 1 5-foot mower b'uncher; 1 stock' saddle; 1 bench vise; 3 log chains, 14-foot; 1 3-inch wagon; 1 Ford car, just 1 Steger bench; 2 dressers; 1 bed, mattress and spring; 1 folding cot; 1 Empire steel range) 2 rockers; a' kitchen chairs; 1 dining room tablo; 2 rugs, 9x12; 1 oil cook stove; I oil heater; 1 all .cooking utensJIs. 5 tons Bluejoint hay; 1 stack wlieat bundles, about 6 tons; 100 buBhelB seed Marquis bushels seed flax; 1 ton potatoes; 60 bushels oats; 1M Ibs. of ''No. Aii'alfa seed; 3 tons of coal; and other articles too num.erous to mention. All this .stuff, is., ia> good shape. TERMS .OF and under cash; all over that amount time vyfll be given until pctoner.-lst, 1910, at 8 per cent, interest on approved notes, and 5 per cent, diicount for cash on credit amountjb PETER H. O. Owner. LaVALLEY, AUCTIONEER. PROVINCE OL ALBERTA, To Wit: ;By. virtue of a Writ of Execution issued out Supreme Court of Alberta at.the.suit.of SHERMAN LIVERGOOD ET At, Plaintilf 'AND FELGER FARMING CO'., LTD., Defendant And to mo directed' sgalns't'lho Coons and 'Chattels .of Felger Fnrming Co., Ltd., I have seized and taken into Execution tie following Goods and Chattels, namely: One two-sto'rey house, 16x26 skids; 1 two-roomed house, 18-24 feet, on skids; 2 shacks, 12xlfi feet, on skids; 3 shacks; 8x14 feet, on skids; 1 milking machine outfit; 2 Ajax tiro engines; 23 wventy-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 pieces 2x6, 20 feet long; 55 round. 12-foot posts; 10 wagon' and mower poles, 210 feet of ts-lnch boards; approximately 300 feet' hardwood; approximately 1300 feet lumber In dimouaions; 40 .sheep panels, 4-foot'long; is sheep' panels, 14 foot long; 2 rolls 5-foot.chicfeu wire; 3 rolL, 3-loot hog wire; 5 wheelbarrows; 1 twcj-horso cultlvato'r John Deere; 2 garden cultivators; 1 teed carl; 2 four-horse steel eveners' with lead rods; 4 Handmnn binder hitches; working harness; 37 2 stock saddles; 12 halters; 12 martingales; 323 Ibs. bindorlwlne; I cream separator, Lava! No, 15; 6 firo four-.valyo.tank pump with 2 twerily-fodt boss's'; 11 steel-'drums; approTimately--20''lbs.j dipping liquid; I gasoline measure pump, never used; 1 600-gallon gasp." line tank; 75 4-Iucli sewer (lies; 45 6-inch sewer tiles; 100 pair of horsit'i. shoes; 1 small clover cuttinj machine; 1 set of fifty-fool sardeti.hose; 1 horso clipping ten galloni cburn; rgardcn seed planter, 40 forks; 7 crowbars; 6 posUioip'- dlgsevs; :plchs; 10 0 grain shovels; 1'set ot tools; 3 saws, 3 tongs; 4 hoes; 2 wagon jacks: 1 five-Ion Jack; 1 set of! plpfi dies'.from 'A-'ich to 1 eet.of blacEsinlth .dies and 1-Inch; 10 fourteen-foot logging chains; :1 gaabline 1 Aladdin lamp; 16 lanterns; S wagon axles; 20 doubletrees; 40 single-- chicken fountains; 7 boxes rnilk bottles; 4 new binder canvasses; 2 do'zen'.: reel arms; 1 dozen pilmans; Z d6zcn reel slats; i dozen caavas canvas rollers; 3 binder shields; 1 cheat of repair parts for McCorralck, binders; 1 chest of repair parls'for Dcerlng chest of repaif1 parls for mowers; 1 chest of repair parts for hay chest of- repair parts for harrows; 1 chest of hand tools; fl-'steel blocks; 1 cage ot pipe fittings; 2 oil stoves; 7'heatlng stoves; 1 cook complete set kitchen and dining 1 water heater; feed cooker; 1 scalding trough; I'sheepUcrderrs 1 40-foot windmill S foot wheel, taken down; 1 galvanized water trough, 7-foot diameter' S iron bcaalenda; 20 30 pillows; 26 bid springs' is blanket! and 2_bahb1t :iarttos; npproximalzly 1 Ion of steel snd Iron: All chattels mentioned In this list are in good condition and ready for-< WHICH SHALL EXPOSE FOR SALE ON. AT FELGER FARM, SOUTH EAST OF COWMENCING AT THE HOUR OF TEN O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON-! MALCOLM YOUNG, Sheriff, Judicial District LethbrMge, Sheriff's Office, Lothbridge, March 31sl, 1920. SALE TO COMMENCE SHARP ON TIME AND FREE LUNCH A.T ;