Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEX TIIK LETHHKIDGK UAlLTf HEHALD MONDAY, APRIt 2t, fox farming on Prince Edward Island MrUTOUHT lien i omr The ''Canadian Ranger" Leaves s at Flag on Every Sea Soon MONTREAL, April TUe fan Victors irtaat. MmsoiLueuve, was visited by u representative of on Sattitday afternoon. PURE SALT war. foi Carminf nateBlr Into ttt Irtt ot Caiadlin triea. aal from JUtaati? u in obwrraUoo cm it P. R. ID bare polMW of urinate laM to up ta fox fanna, mud ittat 'is tv oiBkVU StM Eh. cMtemk of CANAOtAN SM.T CO. LIMITED ut. to XMI (km jllcc. which is being established in ihe i jrspe wtth morsels. tte pbotographer. This pair ia 'the beautiiul pups are big __________Thii ufflnal-'is vdirect descciitUiii of wteM'yitt fee world's ncord price, U kvown u fearA-pan. The valli or ten feet oi onttaiv extend: two fint am oMter Ride of prrpen- wfli, to, mrvrat .tbe or otber foies get- fox boflae Md the tlM'lfruc mci with a eoiUMefeiaK aBother chute tar eaimace from tc the llv- are ________ _ M Joac.'two feet 9V "l-rJ roof cleaning and catching Americans bougbt 253 Islaod fous in 1918. Japanese and are en- 'fox; brMdlng Jndustrj1. Japan tboX' 34 foxes last year and NorTpay toot 24. Good prices irere reallied, averaging about' 5750 each. A good time'to ranca 13 In the spring when the coals of the foxes are looking their Fox pnps born in March or to bj- tbe following NoTftmb.er 'and produce younf U tbe succeeding sprlcg, of all to stu thu .country's Hag province, will supcu-edo the Itomiu every seu." jou and will take on the" work luLiiistc-r coitcliidct] hia address all fOucerncJ ou behall of the detriment and the goyeru- WHISKEY IN BREAD TORONTO, April iliscovery uf a sallon fit alcuhol in each of two loaves of hrcad contained in a case was abuul 0 o'clock morning by plain clothes men. AB'LI result, John liilyfc, thw Austrian who IVHS ioterrupted the goods, was fined S300 auj costs, with tho al- ternative of three months at the Jail farm, when he appeared in police court today. formerly done by tins body. And theii' duties will be in the enforce- uient of federal acts of parliament. Caut. King will bo in'comuuud of tho entire force in the subdUtrlct. Two )ncn will be stationed at Trail, twu at Kossland, iwo Waueta, and I possibly two at Kaslo. SOCIAL DEMOCRAT. AN AUSTRIAN, GET8 YEAR CALGARY. Aprl ej ulih Ixilat rafrut ard a member of tLe Social Demo- cratic ah by tae a umu ot Audtrian blrlhj sen- tenced to one year's, Imprlsou- iiient with hard labor by Mat- istrate Saaden. la tLo court this moniint. TUe police allegu he Is a BoUhevlsl, NEURALGIC PUNS The limits, for motor ears were increased by 'committee in tho Ontario Legislature, Nelson will be- an outpost of Lcth- BUitM bridge. ihls ._________________ BELG1C ON WAY OTTAWA, April milllia lias lieeu advised that tha military transport Uelglc will arrive nt Halifax on or about April 25- She turrles S2 officers amV 3.237 men. The classification of those on board by militarj' ilistrit'ls shows eight for Medicine Hat urea. HiimKn's Wizard Oil Is i safe effective treatment for headache and neuralgia. Rubbed in wheic the pain Is, U acts is a Ionic to the tortured nerves and almost invariably quick relief. Its antiseptlq qualities cari >IKEVS be relied upon lo prevent in- j'ectipn.or.othcr serious retulls, (ronl sprains, bruises, cuts, and stings. Just as good, for sore feet, stiff neck-, frost bites, cold sores and canker Get U from druggists for 30 H not satisfied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or hrre sieU .headache? Just trv Wizard Livef Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30 ECU'S. Guaranteed -ftji ._Ur' 1? i f s itrf Peopie'sForvm (OMoavnfcatlau 'mace ARMY SELF.OBNIAL EFFORT .Letttbrldie I through your ,Yaluai% write tbfc'.ett'er to-th'e cltlztfin in making on of tbe PaJritinn Army effort for fluiiciftl support? sptdal ereat Sunday, h, ud MET 3rd. The Irork ot tiis preat er tLe ot this world- argaciWtioa'.wben our late Ifc'adcis, William and Catheritie Jootb, persecu- ioas criticisms, but today by the of army is in 011 era- Ion in 43 cbiiD.ries.aiK] colonies. The !lffures IB connection -vrtlh all the in- stitutions, res-cue, .social and prison gate homes, arc too numerous to etium- Jrate, so iriUi.ypur kind permission I-irill noble tributes ot the'trmy -wdfli-in tbis great Tyar just poor and of clirt'or-crwdi, bceWoa cC gorern- MRSJOOIETS ADVICE TO 1 WORKING GIRLS ail Mo work and nCcr frtn fnctioMl -di.ordert would 1 mflt by m land take E. lUbtt Coapoanii. 1 ytumt work at IricM, 1 imU W Ijaitwon oet wiik zt-ar.. They could'always rj_e fo'iind, anil the boys -vvonld flock 'i-biinU To partake of the lassies' good cheer. i Tho Sakation Army has cause1. To feel proud of. its" record and share OMhe -n-ork it has done; nud through ivhich it has tvon The hearts or the hoys everywhere. Yours'truly. IIARRY .DAWSO.N. by: leading public men'and es- pecially the'ftbrs. themselves. The first-is :MajoriRoiertson, chaplain of Ihe.BrlUeh arbiy, who was also pas- tor ot the CltV'.Tempie, Glasgow. hundred.of his men went to the front and over four hnndred died In his -He said: -''The Y. C. A. is aras very pleased to leara on the root of the iirovincial llrjuor tine work your organization is! vemior'3 on avonar. west, -somo tinic tldring i the nlglit Can- f Ml tike MW_____ ._ I ireokl Oj E. Mbcr m. t nffcr M I TtekkMi't Mn. H. DOOLSY, 11K M Wh. and atawf ran 4a? to IM. with our American forces in 'ranee. Tbe fact.that many of my military anociates hare spoken su of the services your -workers been able lo render our soldiers must be source ol much satisfac- tion to your commander, Kva Boojh." >IaJor-General Shanks in a speech in Xew York said: "When the history of the ia written It -will hring lie- fore our minds many heroes and hero- ine's who were not garbed in the uni- form of Tast lighting army nut who. labored near the firing Among these heroes ho said Trpuld he recorded the members of the Sal- ration Army; men and women wko wondtr; for the soldiers. Dsar Mr. Edhor, the .frluute, bat not1'the least, Is :lbe moat gener- reiponie by the people of Great Britain lt> the effort just flniJhiNi, tbs iplendid sum of being an Increase on latt year's of This, Sir, Is a wonderful appreciation by the Drllish people of the Christ-like work a; the Salvation Army, BO 1 feel confident that the good-hearted people of this city will do their duly by giving their donations to -Adjutant and Mre. Ham- ilton anft comrades of the Ijethbrirlge corps. In concluding I give two verses by Hose Vellar, New York City, in reference .to of tiic Salva- ktion Array Jn France: r riglrt where the battle -was rag- ing. With sX'1'5 thieves a Inj; liaul-of liquor ant leal ing rany b; which Ihe police may Jo H is reported tiielr trail some or CHlclets meanla lot lo Us bottles of whisfccy and hetr were at en by the raiilers, hut the govf-rnme vendor aays lie dues not believe (ha amount has been taken. The value is from 'to at bootleggers' prices. Woodstock has CcmmlEtion, -named a Housing FOR CONSTIPATION Ibe [cat of J'mW. Purely Wondedullr quick-lo banish bnticht, Indigestion irni to clexr tip a "Good old Chiclets! They steadied' our nerves and eased bur thirst in some pretty hot corners overseas: And they? go just as f good, back here." one hundred 'and fifty to be pieces ;of Adams gum were sent overseas to Allied soldiers. Govern-': mentSi Y.M.C.A.'s, Knights of realized the wonderful value pf gum in keeping'- up morale. You'll find, when things become a little i strenuous, that ah Adams Chiclet relieves the tension.V. Chiclets-are sold everywhere.' Next time you see Chiclets displayed, leave a nickel and 'get ten -an Adams product, particularly prepared gjktl CahadiaiirChcwiiig Cum Co., Limited, Toronto, Vancouver.