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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEX THE LETHBIUDCiE DAILY HERALD FRFDAY, APRIL 11, 191B 0: B. U. 1 OTTAVA. April Arch- ftnbanlt. M.I'., (or Chambly. asked Sir f Thomas in ihe house tiiis af- i teraoon if. tho government vas aware of the organization fccowu as thp Out Itig Union" in the west, had Itself from other labor orgau- j jiations and wfck-h. aiier the recea von vent Ion in, Calgary, had vleciartil in favor ot the BoUheviki. Sir Thomas White replied gov-J not aivare thai the "One] severed itselt from i the other labor organisations. He had I read the report of the convention aurJ had cot interpreted it iu ihai way. i Handling VVool DdP.HEDUP MONTREAL, April I Ki-remeiu. notary and fi-M. P. charged before Montreal courts "recently with haviiie induced, toseth- cr Vith two otber men, Miohael Con-.j J retired contmcior of this city, i to go' to Buffalo and tiet money.OH races, tbe result of vrhlch .wouJd rwi commiinicated before ihe bets placed-" The contractor staled.that at first he won. but that later tie lost upward ot The case has hot yet come to a decision in the Mon- trtal courts. WILL TRY KAISER PARIS, April responsibility vC tfce German emperor for -the War and the means for bringing him "to trial by one of the allied governments, protefcly Belgium, have bean definlte- Jy determined upon the council of four. This follows the definite deci- sion on the lerics of reparations for damages, whereby must :bs paid, within the neit two and an mter-alJied commission. asses? the remaining damage for a period of thirty years, beginning May 1, mi. Thus iwo of the great obstacles wfiirfi stood in the path of rapid of peace, tare been re- moTetl Trithin thcr list 21 hoars, and (he period of extreme tension over the inaction acd the fill ere to'secure tan- Bftle reenlts as suted by revived coa- fidence orer the sreat advance to' a permanent fettlemenL BIG STORM IN SOUTH REPORTED AS ABATING DENVER, Colo., April tefcfraph companies today were recprerlng from the effect of thesno- ana sleef stona which swept the southern Rochy Mouaiain region on Taesday, Trains which, had been tied lip by snow blocfcades In westers Texas" and New were reported moving, hut far behind schedule.' The which, extenned'south as far aa MeiicV- was especially severe in N where OievEnow fall i varied from sir to ten inches. In the Ka n sas vallej1 sheep raisers were reported to have suffered heavily. (1) Gndmg Wool (2) on an in is- fcl oners regretfully HAtMir "From to ciarketiin DO coutry the worhl haadiw Iu wool hi a worse, tiaa Canada, far as cross pounds of wool had been sold up to 1919, no less (ban and dead, with higher was nat appreciated, and result- ed fn a serious "In rt Venue to In in the provinces and a serious waJtage of a- uucfttfafectory war dellmed pulUcg together. After that amouo t prod act much In demand: had beer, sold a conEiderable qusD-j It cannot eainaald that wool veal 'at mutton' breede jo, we do cot It la handled uy[ Marine mittd t.al> caeehnloo, the fiTtn riHIBJIH' tirtlniitrtl' tJie. WBJT WM ovca to a reowdy fgr the troible. soon after this'that the Canadian Department of Agricul- ture warn organised, and by 19U the wort ot applTinctins remedy had be- ecd of August, 1913, to the of the growers' associations Cuada, the direction of their starts In producing good Uon This ot, aid ia ctaelfjlns 1L During 1914. wu sold In bulk for what it would the fint year of the work, nnder. the pound! were graded for societies or- plan, the wool is sorted and inspected, gmohed In Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba] grade .rslues becoming apparent, and Alberta, -The following rear, are learning more and (brooch'10 occuizations distributed j more to recognize the Importance of orer pounds -we're'care in selection, (udujtrr in keeping and offered for co-operaUrt aod the exerciss of la of shearing, packing and Uty of -wool remained In storage, but under the co-operative arctem haa on It was anticipated, that all b? the average- brought higher dlsDosed of at pricet, which orice than could have been obtained was later proved true. bv farmers heal buyers. -Thw .co-operation la a fe? years This fact Is enfant: to. the actual service proved the revolution- as eTidenced- br the I i zing-factor. In the nool Imiustrf in ing number of Manitoba patiflcj. Canada. Breeder and farmers Hoa- the of co-operatioo -iff quick to learn oft-repeaUd lesson jspreadlpg' over SaakaicbeiraA Is that to get the best prices the bestjeridenced few'figirrea, t be produced. Formerly the wool WARWCAIFROMMANY LONDON, Field Marshal Half, his final ils- u ot Ike IrUlsh forces oh Ihe French frimt. of ft met rho fjro'iu civil aw- occupations bail risen daring war 'to command: he fleld. marshal saya taati at the iuninc of the the lack of in- inactive discipline' among the new Mttah troops placed (them at a -dis- but taring the two run the discipline of all ranks in the new armies from whaterer part >f the Km they came, was eacel- lent. The ami public schools orthe Empire anin'and again proved that. they, are anrlValled in the formal ion of character .which Is the root; of discipline: Not that' the uni- versity and public schools enjoyed a monopoly 'of tke qualities ranking good officers: .We of Ihe British Em- pire generally 'prOTtd sound cnder the se'rerest tests and while men whom it was an honor lor any of- command, it furnished officers of the highest standard from all ranks of society-, and all quarters of th< world. Promotion had been entirely by merit a'n'rt the highest appointments bad been open .to the.humblest itforid- ed ttiey had.the necessary qualifica- "character, skill and know- led Se, The field marshal then refers to the examples of a school' master, a law- yer, driver anil a'serfeant- who maaaiktei fcrUiiiles and an editor who .cwiamanfed a division. The Held marshal wanVUf a Very warm and sincere acluib'wledKeiucut of Ilie peat debt I owe all ranks In the ar- iles France and to your kinsmen and kinswomen of the British Kmpire for the uBfailinc support uy thought. prayer and work: throughout ihe years of the war. Their trust and con- fidence aever watered and their labors never ceaied. No hardships and pri- vations were too (real, provided there bjr Ihe needs ot .the troops might be adequately supplied." Two editort, both. Canadians, rose to important commands in the I mi-trial army in France. .They are Major- Gen. Sir David Watson, of Quebec, commanding the fourth Canadian div- ision, and Majir-Gcn. E. W. Morrison, Ottawa, commanding the Canadian artillery. Both started the war as colonels in the Canadian militia. WILL LIKELY HOLD 4 PROHIBITION VOTE IN N. B. IN SEPTEMBER FREDFiJUCTON.'N'. D., April point to a ref- ereuiiuni on the probJtilUoa act In New Brunswick' probably ht September. U. S, RAILWAY EARNINGS- WASHINGTON. April net earnings for February reported of- ficially today by the inter-state com- merce commission were with revenues at and ex- penses at: and.-net rev- enue of J27.425.000. These figures arc only, slightly different from official report made available week. Whei TOO with an accldet. cut, a bum, a scald or a brulM money newUesilr la doctor's bills, but Zan-Bnk This herbal balm will