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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHTEEN THE M-miBRlOGB DA.UL-Y HERALD APRIL bers of the Calgary office of the Sol- What K.C. Army Hut Fund Has Done in Lethbridge and in Alberta Oscar LeBarrc of Albion Ridge Places Whole Matter Before the S. B. Declares Irrigation Taxes Are Detri- ment to Proposition and Re- fuses I rrig.u ion- isfs Resent Attitude. Oscar 8. I A a returned entitled to cotisWeration by the Soldiers' Settlement Board, has been In declined assistance by that body obtaining land in t-hn Northern Irrigation District, according lo information be has given to The Herald. Reasons are given by the Calgary office Of the board, which a local irrigation authority has char- fccterixed as untruthful. Le Barre has written from Albion Btdgo as "The undersigned being a subscriber to your valuable paper and also a returned soldier ot the 50th Battalion desires to Inforai you and Hnts to .the directors of thut organlza tion at a very' successful meeting hell TAKES SEAT IN HOUSE OF.LORDS 'he Chateau Laurier which wa 'I.ONDOX, April Canadian'brought to a close yesterday last, witl Arsoclnted Atholstan determination to cairy on th takes his soat in the housa of lords (or lhe on th It has been decided, by the Board of Htectora to continue ?he bosulUl and ro-Mtabllshnient worX. This does not include re- port and: work done overseas; The election of officers for iho en- ulng yeare Is as follows: Very Key. 3anou Lt.-Col. Sylvester, A.D.C., was elected president; Mr. L. O'Connor, of Lindsay, OnL, was Iccled Ylce-presldent; and Mr. J.-L. Jurriy. of-Renfrew, Oat, was re-elect- ed secretary-treasurer. Tlie other directors who were unani- icusly re-elected are J. J. Leddy, gas- itoou, Sisk.; Hon. Geo.'H. Boivln, Granby, Quo.; U A. Gtrous, Bt- AHa.; Ur..W. P. Bi-oderlek. !t. John, New D- 0'- Xnratll, Victoria, British Cplutabia- Her. Capt J. j. O'llellft-, Sterling, OnL? Rov. U. J. A. fiortler, M.O., Quebec, Rev. Major Johu Knoi, O.B.B., Vancouver, B.C.; Rev. Major H. O'QonBtn, O.B.B., Ottawa, Ont SOLE ANTIDOTE FOR HIGH LIVING COSTS on Wednesday. His sponsors mil be Lord lord-In1 waiting, and Lord Islington, formerly governor- general of iXew Zealand. James H. Frost. York, presi- dent of Xatioual Sugar defining Co, says price of sugar will go higher this summer. Clean-Out Distinction Outsidt for the Words "MADE IN CANADA" and the Address "LONDON, ONT." printed in Red across the face of the Package you will get the Genuine Original ad entertainments.'to date (I6ih o! uch) Is as (ollows: Jfmoaton District srge District edlcln6 Hut District Sundrie............ production.sends up prices and leaves real wages unimproved.' What does the higher cost of living really uiesnj Sweeping usSdo the camouflage of prices pxpresteit lu cur- ii. lueuus iriis: 'i'uat AU uiusi now put forth gr'euter effort uud work harder io obtain tbo satisfac- tions. Tliere is to euro lor H but economy and .increased production. It U not lu lhs-niuun> v( Ihe aver- ti'uiuf 16 economize, in what 1.2Su.4oll> I'SUlly come by. to work any larder thau 15 to obtain a Therefore'. the high coat ol Ihliig not ouly natural, but necessary nt tho ireseut iltav. Let us ftitfe this blunt ruth bravoly and apply ourselves pat- ently" to work and ouly remedy. t ncreated Production li Surf, If Grad uil, Cure for Prtttrt Economic applications from nfmib--i :ers of other demmiluatlous, v.-ho arc I anxious to enter the Presbyterian! 'old, been received liy lha IVv'e- Jytery of Lomlou. They iucludu J. Siil f. Se and Revs. E. Madill; Coiigreeationalisls; Beechlng an'l W. V. lice and JI..C. aii 'Angli- can." tho acceptance or the minis- will' be recoK mended to tSa General Aaremlilr. CLAUDE KITCHEN Democratic leader iu the of Iteprcseutp.Uves at who stricken vlth jiftralysla Just after fiislshhss a speech on I'csca Treaty on Friday. attlefields of" France and Belgium nd continued on tbia sUo of the At antic EO long as any of Ihe men wh acrlticed their 'health and strenjjt 5r the cause, of freedom and on, require, the sen-ices of the Cath Ic Army Huts, and so long us th unds of :tlie association will rrf-.rml' irectore from all parts of Catiad are represented at the meeting. The Comptroller, in an ezhaustlv eporl of the activities, gave Info laUon 'that. soldiers, who ha eeu active service overseas, -were sti onfined: "to the hospitals of- Canada nd in order, that all funcU ay be conserved for hospital t has be-an decided to close the huts, ovr in operation throughout. Canada. tho of the moil mportant works of tie association has een the visits of the hospitals com- mittee to all patlonts, irrespective of ried, the to them of uch material as cigarettes, tobacco, .reading matter, tationery, fruit, chocolates, and trie rovtslon of entertainment and amuse- bnts to unable to obtain them as well- as co-operation for e-eatabliEliment-apd relief to the re- ufned men. The activities' of the association in Canada to daie'may be summarized Donated, Served, Donated Pool and'billiard games pliyeii In huts, cheeked !n check rooms, Valuables checked. Checks cashed, Reconstruction end employment ser- vice: Employment placements 1 341- enquiries, letters written for returned men, documents certified for relumed men, 10 511 _ Specific donations: 3- cigars, tobacco pack- ages, matches, boxes, 87312- Plpcs chewing gum chocolate bare, orang- es Ice cream gallons, cake, 2.I4S; play' Ing cards, games gramophones, 2G; gramophone records, 'baseball outfits 17 Donations of clothing and other riecessllics of life in special cases of uutr6sD were olao made, special Iraes were distributed to sick and con valescent soldiers, and many other special cases were attended to In lous ways '.hat cannot be made The nummary of the Alberta actlv Hies for doldiera, widows and orphans The high coat of living Is the great est material problem of oar day. .For the man with small income t Is a large-sized menace; even for the roan ivKb a comfortable income il is j a source otf continual worry. -The rii 5 ia prices since 1914 Is due to the scarcity of goods I brought abqut by the suspension of I production during the war. We havo also wasted untold quantities of ma-' lerial tar war .purposes. This and-this waste must' be made good before tho world can be' again as prosperous as In 1914. 'Un- til they are made good. It is useless to expect that prices will materially decline or even remain stationary. .Recognizing this fact, many people propose that we get over the diffi- culty by Increasing and protits in the same uitio as the ad- vance in prices. K th'ii were possible, lie the as re- ducing prices to pre-war levels. Ulti- mately, this may lake place, bu-t cer- tainly not soon. The realized that they could not get the people form even' ftct of one.hour earlier than usual, so they innocently deluded us by advancing the clock. It -Corked, because there was no funda- mental law against -It.: Bui we can- not cheat ourselves over the lilgli cost of Irving in the same, manner.': OUK- Breadand Cakes made from the best material we can buy. We guarantee all our products to be of the best quality. BLUE LINE CARS STOP AT OUR DOOR. North Lethbridge Bakery PHONE 1307 TOASTED CORNFLAKES in the big package. Eaten by Canadians for 12 years with increasing appreciation. Relished for quality and fine flavor. Creek TMKted Com Flake Company, Limited LONDON, ONT. VLADIVOSTOK, April 24.-r.Ppl Ing to proposals hy tho Japanese co raander here involving amony othe things, withdrawal of tho Russia army to p. radius of thirty fcllomc-tre from tho Japanese garrisons, the RMS sian army has made counter propos als for an Immediate arnils'lce. H Is rumored that the nims hare rt-oceupled Khabarovsk and Im erapo, and that Ibcy have damaged tli railway lino between Nlkokk and Kh Larorslc. The Japanese proposals were hand ctl to the llUBElsrifl. also required tha the government hand over boat! ammunition factories, guns and an munition for temporary safekeeping and that the Russians speedily re-c tabltah transportation In which th Japanese were willing to, give aeclst- Satisfies Fashions Decrees DU can buy Holeproof X with the assurance that-it measure up to the most Fashion- able Easter suit or "frock'.' I'pr Holeproof, always famous for its long- wearing qualities is now fast becoming known as America's finest appearing hosiery. Pen- men and women in Pure Silk, Silk Facpd or Lusterized Lisle, HOLEPROOF HOSIERY COMPANY, Ontario ;