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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UETHnRlDGF, D.Vl THURSDAY. 1919 FIM OLYMPIC Ynclii-alty All Has Total of 336j! V Board western ctusa'.fioaUyu by dispersal ar- eas is as follows; t Other i Dispfrrsi Olfiosrs ranks j Kcslim.............: 1 1'- j Kdmoutoti............ t 34 1 1 I Araguaya Again j I April As- swiiiU'Cl. neuitter Ar.v siiltptl from yesteriky j for Portland. Haino, xtih -IS officers l froiu' UuxKm' and 3" u' .leiulls irotu other centres. MORE LIMERICK WORKERS OUT LIMERICK, April ated railway shop workers today joined the general strike cf protest against the proc- lamation of military law in this district. SYLVIA PUT OUT That Link Up Prosperous (.'nmmimifies Southern Al- berta and Southeast- ern 15. C. (Liy Th, I OTTAWA. April transport j Olympic, whidi, according 'received by the militia department. reurli "Halifax or about April 19, has board a total of. 5.5S2. ot whom i3S arc 5.S9" other! ranks ami seven dependents. She car-! ties the first battalion for London, the third and fourth battalion; tor Torou- j to, Ihc second for Kingston, j third and fourth batteries for King-! Miss Sylvia Pankluirst. on the Crow's Nest Pass route, is till1 stoa. tho' fifth and seventh batteries daughter of Mrs. Emmeline i'anWiurst. feature most worthy of note ns oV lot- Montreal and the for .the suffragette leader, was one of tbe served by die He-raid's.travelling Halifax. ivoraen who were asked to leave tho resentativt1. has returned to I.etii- She has also oa board the eightjt! house, ol commons last night. Tlity briugo.ader visitiue many of tlie towns keneral hospital for Montreal aud a were detained until the session ended, Dumber ot tunnelling companies. The when .were released. I.OXDON. April 15. (Associated ;-mou gi raid's Travelling liepre-l I iru of co operation for the co'U-1 of each oi tat- DOMINION "Bkycleand Motorcycle WILL SERVE Everything that you could for, in easy riding, loot mileage, wear free- dom from ordinarj- tire troubles, you will find in and Motorcycle .Tires. They ire "UNQUESTIONABLY THE BEST TIRES" as far'west Crostou.-B.C. j in the t tres Be sure to ask your dealer, for "DOMINION that hav: proved their high quality and dura- under every "road condition. SoU it' LeaJir.g Deakts .1 ANNOUNCEMENT 10 ALL CAR OWNERS Of LETHBRIDGE AND Crow's I'a.as-a's as the milling, rullu-ay uiul fruit- districts of the loivor look now more than ever bcforo 16 j the prosperity of the of Al- direct, y ;tml indirectly I _ prosperity in Kcatenny dlstiict.bt BrU'isIrColauv Co-operative pflort cryatalized Blainuore in ihe crgunix-Jtioii of e Crow's Nest National Iligli- ay Association, -u-ith delegates pres- ent, from as far towns as cinc Hat ami CraiiVrook. Thyre are three ciiief. Etims at To im-j prove for the common goort the Iiigli- way for tourist and inter-coiumuuiiy j irayel. the urging of the C. It. reinslato another local train, on the Crow Hue, ami a joint appeal to the U. C. government to make the rules; of the road in the same jis i other parts "of Canada and tho U. S. f The Herald reprt'ctoiVatiVe iiractical.y all Visit- ed there-was a imb'lfc oiiiijipn these three1 refeoltit'lons. in, jh e.to.wh s Iwhich. jvtre not rep ed at. the Blairmbre cppventioa. Already 'tourists, froin tlie United States motor..' Inquiries, .for- intonimtion. jirc pouring in to tie aiito iioanls of trade, and ihoflHrcl Wtlie highway this year is expected to be more than last year. Travel in the i rains-; is 'ably crowded and frequently nasspn- gers stand in tht? aisles. AVith the, one traiii a day, iatsr-tov.'ii !ocn! is discouraged. trains from Spo-' hane ara especially crowded iviUi pi pie Doming to tlic only did many .nfotomts in. Alberta esprcas fear ofviravettiag inr Jt, C., to tbG-danger of 87 Years of Growth .Ew since- 1832 this Bink 'has Won seninj ihe Canadian lis f.rtdy growiK in Assets and deposits is as much a tribute 10 public confidence if) its integrity as to its own efforts. Your savings ac- count would be gladly received the regular in- terest and uliimalc benefits will be decidedly Welcome to you as lime goes on. THE BANK OF NOVACOTIA f KVKlri. from Leon 'M. rLt'iHOiKciui'a LHI- mive been to HAREOR STRIKE THREATENED IN N. Y. April 16. "Transports wilt be operated In and out of New York harbor, if it requires the entire United States it was staled officially to- day in. connection; with efforts of harbor workers tc start a strik- -tomorrow night .with'the intention of tying up traffic completely. ulih respect to j and ollivr uf bV.UK-e. j Iiiidicatoil n sloj> in the ilirectLni 1 of lUat Hprt'OWfiii. In-tweei: iho jnutiotis is lufire Iho i Krms of can bo iircionUsl ;o j iho CU'riuau tii'lesafes. The incut by Pft'-iiJont ;i Uiniio dale nt -.vhic'a ilio ivpL'-i jsontiuivcs will tiu roiuly to uievi Uu-j It is undei'.sUtiul that tlic- f uve.s of tlio Km j1 ire lifts! isniuJl pure in iluit a dciinitt' date should bii fixoil, so ilnu not 'tbf various now at work, j I Lin jik-o tUo thirf oC j j the fivL- prciit fin.I it to coiu-liido tlu-ir tious within the next 10 tUiys, i Thf; ErititCi prime retunis to Paris on ami will ttevoto hiniscff ii.'jEulutt'ly tlit work tuet confcreiivo uiitif it is com-luiioiL i The Cumiliaii liavo prac-j "V it'.Liir work Ju p, hut ihff ;ire IL'. daily atteiitiiuirc' at tn itiu Hrilis-u' Kiupiro (Jck'gatuifip. wliifii aro Iield of tho vnrJous ullipcl toiiunissions so far as it touches.the interests of ihcj llritjsli Empire. Ycsferilay afternoon Sir Roliert HqrUen look the place of Mr. IBuHour chiet British represent- aiive in tlie council of minis- ters, hy whom a series of important recoiniiicnilations respecting the terms of tire, peace treaty wore considered, lie was acr-anipnnioii by Lord Harti- inge, the permanent head of tho for- eign office. Today Sir Rohtrt Uorden will pre- side at a jnceUng of the British Em- pire dclogrttlana to consider tho re- repurt of the Inter-allied commission has haj untler consideration for sevtTJil, weeks highly important and difficult .questions respecting tbe .cco- Your Money's in a Stetson Hat is often put to it these days.to whether merchandise is worth whit' he is nsked for it. You expect your hat to give you 'quality, That means a Jinc best you can SttlscH. It means a Stetson because the Stetson Company has never made anything but fine hats. Especially in these difficult times, a Stetson Hat is always worth more than it costs. When you ask for a Stetson Hat nwVe sure that you Stttion. Each hat is 'signed" the Sfftisn Duality Mark. COMPANY PHILADELPHIA, U. S. A." nomic conditions anil respecting provi- sions of iieace wltU re- gard thereto. Fifty loans fi week are now liehu; hy the Allierta branch thu Soldier Settlement tleyartment. WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO ALL CAR OWN- c ,ERSTHAT, We arc Opening Vulcanizing Works AT 408 SIXTH STREET SOUTH j On April 15th, 1919 -r We are prepared to do all .kinds of repairs in the rubber line. All siies of the famous Hajivood system-.Tvith' Bpecial ecjoiDinent for rim' cut repairs. AVe guarantee all our -work to be satisfactory and rrJlI pay charges one' Tray on out ol town wprk. Bring your tires to as and if thej- are worth repairing .we'll dip it Your. patronage respectfully solicited, r- PATRONIZE YOUR FIGHTING MEN Veteran Tire and Repair Company 4JMIXTH ST. S. _ WALTER MARSH, Manager I LOOK AT THE WHICH CO WTO EFFECT APRIL 18th. 1 Swtet 69c ftt B.F. 2 Sweet 58c per Ib. B.F. 1 55c per ib. B.F. 2 Sw per Ib. B.F. ThU is_an advance of 5c Ib, Have a Fartner's Record Book for you, if you will fill in coupon and mail to us, Brttish Columbia related limes they had to take to the ditch to colliding an approaching auto j- from Ihe United States or Britislt lumbia, or how tlie B. C. auto owner-i" when one a trip to his neighbors the south or east was dangerously muddled owing to the contusing oppo- site rules of the road. Fisher, Fernie's member in tho i B: C. legislature, mentioned that the i B: C. legislature have at their recent .session, passed a resolution oi'H. C. chanshig their road law tnj: contorra. with that of j U is understood that the railway j- I officials are striousfy considering tbe nuiproving of their train service to meet the needs of thu travelling pub- (lie, not only to cater to the ilesire l.of the communities, hut also lo com- ptte irith the rival motor-transports. j The people ot Cresfon and Cran- brook aro both planning for furliitr to I operation with 'each other and with 1 the people of tho prairies, and the livel: j auto clubs of tho Kcrnie and ('row's Pass district us woll ;is tlic resi- 'tlents ol Cowley, Pinclier Creek and 3facleodt are itesirons of getting a first-class Highway along which they may travel on their visits to ttitli other's community on either business, or pleasure, so as to still further dc-j. vnlop co-oporation for .thfl common 1 good- For the present the day service" tends to keep them iso- lated. Except where unsettled lalmr con- ditions a f ice tt'il business, the mer- c'oants gent rally reportcit Ini.sinefs 'conditions as being satisfactory, "CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED, Lethbritfgc, Alberta. F hare not recclvctl one til your far in Hccord IJookr, but 'would like one. I Milch Cows. (Name) (Address HERE IT IS G. W. V. A. ORCHESTRA FtVE PIECES PHONE 372 OPEN FOR DANQE ENGAGEMENTS OUR MOTTO: GOOD MUSIC, AND LOTS OF Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 New Cafe THE EUROPEAN CAVE ON 2nd AVE. SOUTH, IN P.EAFi OF LETHBRIDOE HOTEL DOORS. FOR BUSKJESii ON SATURDAY, APHIU 12TH. Models for 1919 best yet. Price range from to Every garment correctly tailored. LOUIS KEEL LETHBRIDGE-ALBERTA 19-19 ;