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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TiiK LKI HBrUlXiK UAU.i TUESDAY, APRIL 2i, Ubc ixralfc f, BiNrrta __ 'BAILY AND II is josytl pf food and prac- Ucal HOW THEY BE. Tie CaniuiaV Reconstruction tiation. which Is practically an ciatiou ot manufactarert, is out oa >u advertising! campaiga. to educate the tNC LETHBBI06E HERALO weswra tanner ou lhe tariff iu its i latiou to the price of agricultural 1m- I'le-meuts io Canada and the Statea. j F'or a number of hard-lieaded astote business men this effort in education betrays a tinipllclty with which can hardly be credited. They were INC COMPANY, LIMITED I South, W A. Buchanan ,.od Managing Director Tariauce Business HERALDS SECOND (Continued from TELlPHONea 1Z24 aeltvered: fcr.mall. per year WeeSly, by liatl.'per year ......JIM year io U.S..U.M tMily. ty: 'Dates cf expiry ot subscriptions aja- on atJdrew labal. ance of jupsrs alter eiplratioa authority to continue icjiptloa. Gently out to catch their birds with chaff. Due .does not know -'a-bether to be auiustd' at the simplicity-ot Ike [Canadian Reconstruction Association cr the estimate In tbeir simple miadt ot the "simple" farmer. Or can It be thai these eastern manufacturers ua- iderrate'the Intelligence of'ihe west- .15 I farmer ahd consider ordinary In- '.JT.SO [tc-Uieeiioe it the., monopoly ot .eastern industrial magnates? Tho Canadian Re-construction Asso- tae aru to be placeJ under crop will be little it any larger tut CARDSTON (From oar Own Correspondent) CARDSTOX April slight snowfall last week added some, uiols- ,ure, but a good rain Is newM, On some small farms seeding is fiuished. Taking the district as a whole sevenly- ive per cent, of the wheat seeding is inished. Cold windy weather has made the grass ;B coming. Some oats, possibly seven lo ten per cent.; lave been sown. Acreafe will some, what above normal in the hill country possibly the- cold backward spring will reduce the acreage': for. the big 'arms on spring-plowed (round. Acwpl- da'ti ia tub- c-iation so far as reconstruction goes, i? out to reconstruct whatever intel- ligence its members opine the western firmer posseses. They start to do this with all the naive I e of the man In the j 13ea advertisement carried (by the Association says: "As a result jof the enquiry [he Association submits the following comparisons believing them io be accurate." Hero follows Vetted.Kingdom and the o[ Bowing that the LLOYD GEOF5CE AND NORTHfLIFFE. To see the Prime Minister of the tire of the premier paper in England lock horns is not a very edifying spec- ihe dignity of the price of a binder In Oreat Falls Jlontana, is SJM, as compared with saiiie in ilne flrae. a tribute to the'power I--. the ie prcpj. of the'., Premier'ou Lord Xorlhclilfe. personal element introduced into It, Is] to west of Morse, and so on. The ol tie manufacturers has NO m flSia SERVICES (Fioui Our Onu Carre BURDBTT. Afirll sickneM' grzvatcd by Ihe result of the recent, In Central Itiiit, .and" thjs', Ia tacle -to far as e. Ejtmmlon, or These dianocratie days and, ai thei nflPOa of ihe binder in willlstoa -____1____l_i .T...------. UI J- the -Regiaa, Moose Jaw or r. lanr'point in Southern Saskatchewan appealing- This only tecaa1 to show the eiteal uf the smirt.ns or Ur. Uova George under the crtt- Icis'nTof the papers otned'by noble lord The situation has been Calgary Herald who calls the whole thing a camouflage acd tae question: "If tbe United ao doubt, added Ball to the' ifll -his binders In Montana for 1300 why'would be-want to ship them to Aihwtktor' (lie it import duty -were We" leave the Canadian Association to answer L question. Canadian Recon- struction Association apprehends the dumpinc the Canadian market. This, howevfr. Is i'far fetched apprehension and boceT'raiaed for the keeping ot bands off The western farmer will want to be. shown on what ,ds the American manufacturer WHITLA (From Our Own Coh WHITLA, April seeding cecor4es_general. The winds _ot the pait two Csys pnt tie. ground in.excel- lent condition. There will be heavy seeding on summer fallow, large amount of fhx seeded on new break- ing. Indications point' to a larger acreage under crop before In this district. Majority ol the farm- ers are optimistic and, are doing their spring work with a Sp far every- thing points to a bumper crop. BARONS (From Our Oirn BARONS. April per cent, of the seeding in this district i bulMlac will qaet was served at the Queen's hotel coat waka tae' province to the visitors by the local lodge, j pays half. Some ninety sat down to the great -j Service! in the churches In Mac-] leod on Easter were Terr well atieud- ed. At the Roman Catholic church the full Enter service was celeural-i ed. The of England was irell tilled In the morning and the contrl-' buttons' van better than 'usual for Enter. The Pmbyterian church was filled In the rooming, while it was crowdeil in the afternoon by those who came for the funeral of the Ulo Mn. Bates. The Methodist church Tvas specially ready for Easter Sunday. The girls' choir in the morning and the chil- dren's cantata in the aftcaaoon were given iu a majiner to do credit to older people. The evening good. Tbe pastor. Rev. W. A. Lewis, excelled j himself in the sermon delivered for the occasion. The choir was never good In the music, whicii wUa all Eaeter. The Raster lillies and oilier flowers eavfc a grace to the whole serrice. Mrs. J. Smith, wife of a> returned RegEtui journeymen painters-, have decided to turn the ot Builders' tocl.ansc of 62'i caote per hour, and. are holdlnc out for their demand ot 70c per hour, alto a shorter day. j While standing on the trachs ot the Midland Division waring to the sold iars on a, troop txaln puling throufh Port Hope, Ont., Stanley W. Kernan, the six-year-old, aon of Mr. Oeorte Kernan, was knocked down by ihe shunter and his left leg was severed above the knee. The members o[ .the Town'Council, the ex-Mayor, the- Board of Education and the press tendered a banquet upon the anniversary of his 89th birthday and presented a gold headed cane to Samuel -MoCaaunpu, who has served the town of Oanincxjue for slxty-alx as Town Clerk and Secretary, of the Board of Education. At.uoon Monday a -bullet trashed through Ihe office window pf Johnson man, died in the hospital I Clench, county cleric, In the. court after an illness of a [ew .weeks. i house at St. and passed Mrs. johainah liaker tiled, during dose to that official's head. Two other parliig 11TCS m ttfc.tifl ISnijr on Mr. Ci it 'for aaedi'ng, school !i while abont ten per cent of Beedlns Is done on land that- .was- for planting. Reports Jrpm all _soirrces- show -tnat gone 'down a depth, of eighteen- in- ckes.to two (From Our Own Correspondent) M1IJC RIVER, April Sraitll and Miss'Sleele left on Friday for to attend the teachers' con- vention. Jliss Jl'cCaften, of McLeod. Is visit- ing' her sbltr. Mrs. B. C. Baines. Miss Helen i Tisitlns her rela-. lives in Calgary. iragsl principal of tile public is. attending the teachers', con- n. W.-Gfay was a business visitor n town over the week-end. Mr: Hopper, of Calgury.-was ia towm on bnslnass'during the.weet School will' reopen OH Wednesday atler the Easter e week at the ripe old age of "6 ears. She iraa tlie of IMra. BeatUei The infant child of Mr. aad' J. ingle died Monday. Mr. Sweet, of Western Canada Underwriters' 're- writing 'Maeleod, and we expect to 'some ney 'rates on the list in a twrt time. w.eaQler cohdltTons .du'rlng "the pa's't week have Enabled fafming operations tjiffe iris sabjecledjln bein; left oat However, the noble lord has been: givra his bearings by lh? little -Welsh; tpr.u, and has been made to eit the leek. It will not be conducive to the IpfjiSiice. or lhe dignity, o! the journ- als which Lord N'orthclitfe conducts I system there: The fanners across the ine must be particularly long suffer- jiif, and "the as to tariff re- iciils on the head of the Canadian Re. TURlH (From Our Omi Coi .TURIN, April Is pro- grossing favorably In "thi j'.districU about one-third of theVstimated acrc- in tne ot five thousand acres .betas In pique JK matle to for wriat sjioblb be uuprej ftd opiniou. ihe American farmers are penalised. The Association lias certainly, thouph the lesson of 'the evils of high protection. The land Is In very gpcHl condition for germination, the majorit merfallow. Very little. r Gven Nature the pres- in revolutions. There will be j a revolution 'in the growing of wheat, says the, Toronto Globe in rat- lhe failure to ripen wheat ihe BIperimenls ol Prates- FARll PAPER'S OF IRRIGATION. done, but tie-acreage will be at least ten per cent.-'more than las year; The seed, which -has beeh'fn for some gsrmiruitins and the cool wealier win root growth. ihft :lrHgalloD project east of Calgary BQr In TiTyears that bronfbt irrigation in of s of CTitkiflm. This is howj; ''the "J'armer's Advocate explains, the' _ T[ liraiVj 'and abuse lor which .Irrigation 'i( 0; the University pMprielor lhe shoe shine es- to Fat's Quick .has wim oal because-imgal.on lhe patriotlc liariaiw.il becoming understood as to o( lhe snoe 'u WM j( much ;ihe crops to grw ,3 well as the handV illttf of-tae water. in regard to the iirojecled irrits'Jnn fackeraes in Southern Alb.na the' a The ig'sum- :ing is ALIEN S f-fctfl- of state.today secured permission to "take possessiia of.Rijat Bank stack valued at al- WINNIPEG, April is under way in various parts of the jvince and -will be. general by Wed- eiday ors Thursday, J. H. Evans, dep- y minister of agriculture, stated to- iv. it is impossible to estimate a I le.present limVwhat'acreage under rap will be. Hon! Edward Brown, rCTincIal IreiS'jrer, said today that I lie demand hac been made by rfi, for' money from th'e seed wheat Last spririay anii'tiOMiM "was'aaraiioad ens In Montreal.' eUROETT._ (From Our O.wi) .CorwaironStnt) ULRDETT, April 21. Proapects never were better'in these, Ow- ing to our recent snoTrstornv tnere Is lots of raolslure In Jhe ground, and spring work is In full swing. Abonl one-third of lha acrSBgi is' ready Mr teed and the farmers are working bard at the rest. one. It has become ..Faraaar's-Advocate makea tho foiiow- tug airpropriste remarks which i farm Journal has K, covenant ol-.tte League of Nations com. j a .in regard lo the Mng from ..z. thictive "N'on- the farmers d'bout the preterit irrigation projects in Southern.Alberta want- new devel- and lhe Provincial and bomtnlori governments ars being Toe Dominion' aovernmeb'l IwaiiU the province aouie the. fiaancfal liability. but the Provincial government the lhat In the past tae Dominion government has al- ways mthrtaSaH Jurisdiction over 1 and before the {OTOrament assumes aty Habllity Its powere must he f kate Just to Is to tay. rrc-m a live antler and the Mr Mtftac antaipfctiD'eiit'at a Btataiaia aarnag taaa farM, aJ taat iay'VpiaMtc mmtjrt 1 or tae pIVllaWUTB at tketc K lo written In Eng. (illsh or MILK (From Our Own CorrwpondtM) MILK HlVKH, April 21-Seeaing i3 well under way, cbout K per cent, of the wriest being in: -There will be about Ip -per cent, more than 19ig, mostly sumraerfalio.w.' The 'condition ot the soil Is excellenl.: with a Httie nore moisture a hamper crop Is cer- aln. Quite large .acreage ol; win- tT ry.e is trill or. its .way. ng a good stand. ftrttort- faf 'leretoiBVial -.of .tWt l' or fiovlnclal. airt >kwM fe thit IB fiewi "we i Lord Xorthcliffe is aspiring to the ol tie known a> the Klograaker'. He evidently wants [posterity to know hta.as tae Preraier- maker. This would be a greater honor since are at the prevent regard ed as snail deer, Hit Majesty King i George exceated. The light In Oif. window has brought back one wandering soul fn the per son of Mr. Pardee. The heart of Peg< gotty McKenzIe oniU'to cheered with lhe 'relurn of lhe mourned awalle to tie'folil. The delecates from Germany to ceive the terms are to be so many rrhe Huns, however ke made to know that the peace Is not a dummy one. i'ltere is a trlnily of time In the city I prexet. There fast lime, Mow Pott Office time. Toe won of the'last time is thai you can neve taW it .ttf the forelock. It generaj] Ink's jtitif'or Is len' mlnulcj J'M line, slow anj Pott (Xtfce Hme It Veepn' a mil fuenlff where he is at _ MACLEOD MACLKOD, Arril past week bas.beeii lhe (Profn'Onr XOBLEFORD, April A memor ial-s'en-ice in memory, Mn W. I. Buchanan was held in last Sunday J. officiating. A large congregation wa: p'resent and the service 'throughou was of a very appropriate character During the sermon the preacher re ferred to Mrs. Bucbanan'a numerou activilles in the Tillage, .notably i' connection with the.Red lety and as'organist ot'lbe church i leader of local musical circles. Sh had'thrown.open her residence to th Bed Cross throughout the winter, eve rising from her bed during her la Illness to ensure the Tidldlpg of the regular meeting. Mr. Leslie conciu ed, his remarks with the fpllowln "God uad called her lo a hig r and nobler .service. We mourn 'n or her bu} over our fe are all made poorer by her. deal iut richer by' tbe memory of her II .nd work Her life'- pfrepared he? f icr end and that was the death of I! She held taitU In Oorj an n tbe mercy and love of a predo us. 'He that on i hough ho were dear) yet Khali te 11 lid whosoever livelh 4nd belleveth me shall never die.' We'all slncet" sympalhlie with lhe oereavH bus- young children, the widowed mother, sisters am] hrottie.r and other friends. Our prayer to God is that He armer'aria his work, with Ihe'eicep- Ion of one windy day. The-gronnd rejinrled In gootf condllhrn' and veryone who has Jari'tl will seed -ill hat Is fit. 'About 60 per cent, ol he seeding Is already done. s. Hon. N. W. Rowell sald'the Govern rasnt hopes to re-class! icatlon ol tbe poM3r service -on 'or May l. reports were heard, but by MANITOBA SEEDING FE1E lASIEU WELCOME VISITORS! T. ike Kwc LKTHBR1DGK U of the 'procraui you this jeaivthe Ihe West has ever lUleaed While In the; city hear aleo lae famous MASON 4 R1SCH PIANQ tJold 011 easy 'terpis and direct TROM TO HOME' "The LETHBRIDGE x HOIM of the.' Vitttala" weapon was 'Both Judfeu C'arapbetl and Crown, jiuorney- Bren- were.in. adjolnlgt'cirjcw of tae same hi (Special to the Herald) FERN1B, April Friday and Easter Soulay were observed In all the Fwnie wtlti-more than usual interest aad attendance upon the _ cereoumies. anproprU te the season. .The public BCkoofc; are closed for lhe week are ob W-rring; the usual tint Easjter feremoaiea to be United jiarcli brouftt a both morn- _ AM ;beaiitHnliy decoratell with flowers, aa< the cbotr, under the MadRihlp of' Mr. WVHebXHiH, ren- joered spechU'mutic for the occuion. Jr. of Diamond City who had C. E. ,Batiold delvrered two Wen In attedance during the epidemic and the as ceased his visits here for over a Sunday special meeting in the week. We sincerely hope that there afternoon brought, otrt a houseful of will be no recurrence of this plague children and Kev.. Bat cold, which has done so much hafoc. Garner and Mr. Ooligttly, ,super- A small partr of friends went out, Ihtendent of dejtvered ad- o the Hoffman place on Monday last dresses upon the theme of a'challenati Upon motion :he tupreme atret4' lo hear on May S nexl test cases from Sooth Daipta, 4ad involving fostoaittr. General Burieion to fttertwe with ex- Istlag luler.state telephone toll rates. Major L. RetallacV wn public uUHttes comniMloner tor Brit- ish Columbia. With the arrejt'of two mrt daring the week end by wilh the assistance of the Pacific Hallway departDMlt, It Is believed they part of the gang that stole orsr a- ton ot merchandise from the Craad Trank Pacific yard last Wednesday, the ac- cused are Frank R. Lee', a Canadian Pacific. Railway and Robert W. Pell, a taxi drivier. ,7' The offices of Inspector Harry Spencer of Ike Manitoba Uajtmr license conUiii- three rQmnlete stilla raptnred in the (teiqlfcacdt-XlB- trict. The ofGctals waded knee deep through nwinipe In, the dead of night and'foand Ben-Zoslmh ajwr' Axrfon tzewlski In their ihacks preparing -Jt "mash" of potato peellngi, -rye anr! for the next day's mah'ifactnrtl Bach had a complHe plattl tor' lhe die tilling of liquor and a third located la aa lavtated portion ot or this pnrpose. LOO.Ovu "uas uw This less than apptied for. o celebrate the twenty-first birthday f the twins, Teenus and Gertie Hoff-. man. They report ao unusually delight- 1 lime. 16 parents, teach'era and children'to greater work in a field '.which pro- duces the future .inembershlp of all churches. Recently some'lfjigtinei people all to import in recep- tacles reeembllna; cuitlni etoaee. but toe lagntova aeheo. to naught for a curious paawre-by gol the: precloua liquor.- LifUnc the atcne with) the intention ot fiadlag oat bow heavy It one ot tn feel toe handle coawroaL- Maiking au hlTeatigatloa, .fotbid that the "stone" was filled 'irlih 'good Scotch He filled kbi dinner )nil aad .ae-Teral .other workmen .'did same as there stones iri grant them according Lo the rich ot His.rnercy lo bprso Btrenglli.- enecl by grace aft to able to say, 'The Lord gave Lord -lath triken away. hTesaedbei the of the Lord, be lhe dead Vho d.b in lhe from heaceCortb. saith lhe Splrll thai they miiy froin Ihelr labors and {heir works do them until the am the shadows away.'' There are now only tVir Isolated eases of iy our wtoli.wrtiood oil CombinalioB lasts ARE. TWO NAUMWER AT HEiL'THAN. IALL OF FOOT Feople coiisitleraWy narrower in proportion to the ball of the 'foot 'will "find, man comfort In a iiMn on a COMBINATION This keeps