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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, Al'lUl. 16, 191'J THE LKTHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE F1VH Ihc cmittrucMon of the warships. Al all events this is opinion of llio uf llie Xavy, who at im'S- cut i.-- lit-ad o[ a bij merchant stitu- piug OiTAW.V April reply 10 C. Canada was to a point query- by Mr. Cayc in the house this off Day hi unttim of Ihe government lo abolish the beard at tht- end of llie curreiu coal year. _ be 11. M. s. Cant'ia was dispatched to a point off thut HOII. if tho government xaa any attention at the present to the suggested wuclusion of a commercial union be- Placet ae a measure of Mr. Class, East MfddleseVluiro- requiring the gov- ernment to iut reduce an experimental atattoii wlthiD the area' where fJax lor -is produced. suggesting v. UIJ.UM Ultllo tit prouuctU tweon Canada And the Wftst Indies. watchfulness by Ihe Canadian West dian Leegue. IIou. A, K. .MutLeaii: "Tiie govern- ineiii has tiot fown oEildaHy approach- ed by any of tie West Indian Islands with a of forming commercial union ainj it Is uot detmed expedient to give official recognition to any movement in that direction .by -the Canadian West Indian .Mr. .Marcel: "As a result of the war meut may be supplied by the uioet modern mechanical appliances, a sys- tem ot grading and standards ami co- operation by the government with {be growers. lie lotd an Ititercslijig story of the development of this important iiidus- A spinning mill lisj Tic en established at Guelpli ivlih a capital of !t was OlasK urged. Urn: eircouraRement be giyon to flax sphi- ivas mtj got S'-'Q.MTIir1 I Al mi poaiMls of a ,iHy. UP tested his h POL flT nerd aud thc-n 17 uf bis run-fi- flf UntA LUVl ill beef. His nine grade 'lit. UllLJl I LU 1 L PURE BRED DAIRY BULL PROVES'VALUC More Than Triples Return From Buti- of Dairymen A dairyman invested in u good pure- bred bull TO head life herd, anil as P h a cows are HtotiT producing1 iht same! j amount of milk his former faord of i nearly tivfce that, number. The owner is'convinced that ir to tin; only pure bred, In'N- NO REFUNDS to ihe j iiosuivel meal tonight. Cokyial all week, ami icrmiiiutc Us eiistist- result the hava milk for i from Ills business He produces 'TURN TO THE RIGHT AT MAJESTIC TONIGHT I MiriLi OTTAWA. April 16 fund can be by futtory. and ,in mil I "Tie Eiyf sliowii at one of the line: iuj ,i [HCLury. aim tin iyn i uepej dellvertU -H.'.'y pouttdti. but duljcanada prior not regard He deputed too poor That uu l SHJ- KOiffcriilutnc. i fare? who rouirneil to I thai mazier jiroiiiuvr. !i has licsfeiiHjenrilHMa revelaUou 10 t: H-ial Ark-raft is tins week. bro'jgltt out by .6 "7'V10" and thai he ,va, farmlug with ,h, c-abinH, onsi, limb, of S L" "he of faj-r so he ptiR-daserl duesMon. ,'f ,rute" ulioL-sumo heart interm su Vure bred bull io with his acrub i __________ cows. 1-aEt year frjm llic same uuui-t Tut Krilisli l.'cluiuliiu Kail o! cows ho ilc-livercd I'ii.ass' lounds of niilK. Another dairyman s-otne lime- ago way Company has pm tha disposal of Us to help them build or acquire honif d. (portrayed !jy si-reca j.lm-rs 1 Usury II. Walthill. ISoLcrt lla'ri Lillian Uish. AT TJIE COI.O.MAJ, iuict Ihe gMUDiiig of nalious and terrl- be giyon to flax spin- icries has the government given anr Ia Canadian fibre Inducement to to enter lvoald "ot bfnl to spun the federation, or 1t ioiend do- ing Mr. .Mad.can: 'The loveriiment lias taken no steps since the begtiming of the war to induce Newfoundland to enter confederation. The government has not deckled to approach New-found- land in the matter." Mr. Proulx aalted wlio owned the site at Hanofi, In the province of into yarn. j In the went of tlis eovernmenl' 03- a department of research, 5ti% Glzts, it' wide field for its ac- tivities misit he, found in conucctton vvitli the praduelion of flax. II liad bein df riidnEtrated that Can- ada could produce a. better quality of flax tlian Russia and if ills industry developed there was DO reason why the DomJnitTu should not compete DESLYS mil niotiifrr-iove the main edientri of u> the- Uigln." '.he play wiiicii Sinitli and t 1-. Golden pro so ut at the .estli- Theatre tonight eifuliy m it ran (ur tbirttt-n inontljB p.t Gaiety Xew York, anl nititj luoniiis (.'ohau's me.TiiE of u if not i tirely honest trick. Jnclnilfd in llie .N'eir York allslai i cast ivill oe found Ethel Rtrk-Maii'i ItUEt Wilson. Tlielma White. Ida Kllisj Mary Arc-lier. Joseph Strieker. How- ard i. Smith; Allen Paele Jtij- 1'le. Mat Thompson. George Wallace J. Cusack. Alfred Atfield and Charles llicklin. due oii h l, jJuctlon has btcli iiitracl.iiK huge aud- BirtctM by L'HERBIEIC d THE ECflfSE favorably KBropean countriei m llip f lai markets of Ihe world. 'Mr! Glass advocated the establish- ment of a government cleaning station for flax seed T'hich-would make it pos- sible to standardize tills industry. Can- Altjcrla. .Mr. Martin Uurrell: 'The govern- ment lias no infonnatiou." .Mr. Sinclair -was iold by Ihe Hou. Jir. Crerar Ihal 1.133 larnl Iractors purchiised hy the Canadian food Is e to 5t: boar-1, (lepartmeui ot agricullure. In Ilal I'o said, was Thc-ii-icB was J750 f.o.b. t'Onsulered o( llie very hlghesl qualily. Dearborn. .Mich. Nu duly was paid on them. The retail fanners in Xova Scoliu, Xew 'Drunswlck, Prince Kdwai-d [sland. Hritisb Colum- was f.o.b. Dearborn. The price lo larjners ill Manitoba, Sashalchewan, Alberla was 1795 f.o.b. jioini Sinclair: "Have Ihe traders all disposiMl j -Mr. Crtrar: "Yes." -Mr. asked for wlial puriiosp to The Herald) EDMONTON, April a lie-! bale- lasting from 10 u.ra. Tuesday iinlil j nearly Wednesday, tho Alberfa I.egiFlalure adoplcd a resolitlion clear-j ing Lucien nieinber from St. j Alberl :uid president of Ihe Dominion DruK Company, from ibe ciiargc of having purchased liquor from Ihe Kd- inontoii vendor, ou creclil. by a vote of to 20. A Tombstone of Beauty Always expresses to the passer- ty ttie care in wiiich it Is ox'- ccuteii. We are a', your service. Lethbridge Monumental Workj Sth South, R. Needs. Football Good Friday Morning Hrst Game of the Season IN ADAMS' PARK WESLEY ATHLETICS UNITED CHURCH Every body turn wit and support tlie boys. FMPRESQ TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NO ADVANCE IN PRICES GABY DESLYS -----IN----- "INFATUATION" BY Comforted by the Graleful Warmlh of the Grcal Actor's Room, the Liltle Pariiian Flow- er Girl HJ.T Fallen Asleep. [nfituilerf, She Awji'.t Tempter. I cannot don't on, A theatre within n the greal Paris Casino Sfiov., rivalling DilKnghan's Mew Yfik Hippo-l'ome productions, is in this it-nsitlonJl French teal, lire de Dcgljs, the famous dancer, starring En tht principal role. SPECIAL HOLIDAY CRISIS' TONIGHT AND TOMORROW D. W. GRIFFITH'S Stupendous Photo Spectacle The Great love" SIX'PIECE ORCHESTRA MISS SIMM AND MR. FLEM- ING IN DUET EACH EVENING PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 2.UG. 3.45, 7.00 and 9.00 p.m. Admission: Matinees, 30c, 15c. 40c and 20c. 'AT THE. EMPREJS TODAY AND COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT The Enormous Spectacle WOMAN With Prices. Adults 50t; Children 25c Geraldine Karrar Wonderful Cast HERE IT 13 G. W. V. A. ORCHESTRA FIVE PIECES PHONE 372 OPEN FOR UANCE gNGAGEMENTS New Cafe THE EUROPEAN CAFE ON AVE. SOUTH, IN REAR OF LETHBRIDGE MOTEL ITS DOORS FOR ON SATUItOAY, APRIL 1STH. year the boys of Canada were given an opportunity to assist the lieil Triangle work of the Y. M. C. A. They were not asked to give in [ho way. bul il was put .np to llhcm lo earn and give. The resnll uas that over boys earned and gave lo Ihe Red Triangle Fuml. In Alberta ahoul -150 b'oys went to work in various ways and Icariibd the Euin of. approsi- .mately.J4500. This year COO Alberta noys'are to te asked to earn and give lo i the Hed Triangle Fund and thus be- I come parl of tho array of 7000 boy's who will give at least 1 j CfOO" from Ihc-ir earnings to help the other fellow. Of' Ihis suni. i will bo spent in helping the soldiers 'on their home extcncltn? (he Canadian standard efficiency training among Ihe nnder iirivileeecl j boys of Ihe country. The-remaining j is to be spent in furtiiertngj Ihoje' work in China anil India Ihrongh special boyc' Y. M. C. A. secre- taries. v Tile boys who went in on" the I'iarn aud Give movement last year had great experiences ami rnanj; of 'them have written of the benefits liiey de- rived by'gelling down to something definite. TiTelr experiences make in- lercsling reading. Romp kept ponUry. rnlsetl garden Imck, worked on farms, picked lierrics. caughi and sold'fish, dug gardens or milked cows-, while others sold or delivered papers, got magazine subscriptions, drove delivery, wagons, washed windows, beat car-1 T slfled ashes', wn'xcd aud scnibhedi I floors, wllile yet again others .ciirneili I I'ncir money by sawing wood, clerting [in stores, "basiling'' In reslanvauls.! ilnaking wooden articles snil doing'sued, I other work as. any real lire boy can I find opporlunily. I Wright, of Toronlo. acl- Jug nalional secretary of Iho boys' I work dcparlmcnt of Ilic Y. M. C. A.. came otil lo Calgary lo get the organi- zation under'way., Jir. Wright was Ihe secretary of boys'work-1ti Alberta and lirilisli Cokimhta lust ytnr and is licitcc well known to a lot of Ihe toys' who went into Iho campaign lusl-yeai'. WARSHIPS AS TRAIN fERRIES j (Manciic-sicr j lime ago i called alleiillon lu jtlie scliemB which'iirovldcil for Ihc IrarufonnitUon of warsdipa iu'.o mur- plan. Ihal has by new heen apijrovcd in South Am erica. As regards the war train-ferry which is be eaUrhliahed lieiv.-eeii and one of onr eftsl coast ports yet decided 1 imderitMKl M proposal has been lint forward in Sweden for omploy- mtrtt of of Ihe now being hnlll (hero as llnku In ctofh connecting the' It lir.'l the Swedish nurine would Hie tro MnKlui Sweden within 4S hours of any tqiea In the Kir.f- 'dam. The cWteAtkra In thilln view I of Ide JillwW sltnalton In j rJnrbpe no nec'cBstty for Sn-erton to proceed any fnrlhlr Yllli MAJESTIC--TONIGHT ONLY WELCOME RETURN VISIT WINCHELL'SMITH AND JOHN "t GOLOEN'S GREATEST OF ACL LAUGHING WITH GOLDEN COMEDY THE BEST SHOW OF THE SEASON TURN TO THE PriMt 7k, Me AT i.JO MAJESTIC TONIGHT G'ol'les' T. D. Clothing for men marks a man as being well bul not expensively dressed. Tlie materials, style and VvorkmansHip establish every- thing tKat is conveyed by "good new spring stock d satisfy the man who is careful about his dress, at moderate cost. We are showing all makes of ram coats from light weight to heavy thick rubber lined at prices from i to Our store has always been known for the natty lines of furnishings liWl are up to the minute without being extreme. just now there is a tvide variety in all lines. can suit his wishes for Easter. We Slow Sell tlfe Famous ''Gold Bond'' SHoe fpr Men The Gold Bond has a established reputation for quality and style. We are giad lo offepthem lo men who know the value of a neat, well made reliable shoe, showing You can "dress Easter at these stores. FRED THAELL 31SFM Street MSTMAf ;