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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT liiK LhTHBMDGli DAILY HEHALU SATURDAY, Aj'Kli, complain of tho iujus'.ice of the- un-! scrupulous, yr ot liberty abused? The righteous law, rightly admlnls-' doers" well praise to them'; Is evident be j .mon knowledso grade and depart-: j meu't 'of life and business there has been in'lhe past, and still Is, grcv.M and as UIMI as n p IT III {thai tfo. Yet it H 11 1 dispute, aud comn I itp all, thifttja every gra Disc Harrow Fell' on Ek'an School Ue-opc'tts with Teacher Our Correspondent) dislike the phraseology. .we Ihaxe to.lUten to umi who j ieu us '.'there, is no in Canada." Qulta recently the public' was I to read stroaj; edi- [tortals la some of the leading papers JrriTf? the Old Jinny Handsome Gifts Our Own Correspondent) 1IBLLKVUK Aprfl a April very j of hovr fc paper manufacturing concern j pretty wedding BOlemnltad in tbe jMtaful accidoa! occurred here. Tues-jdeOsi the Dominion government. A Methodist Church1 oa Wed' day afternoon. Mr. George Andereou go out and o-J Sundiy j nosdir nhon Moore, who lately hail just conipl-'ted soarpenin; a he. "reminded that tbe're from England, became Ihe bride disc weighing several hundred (a Lord's Day Act, In all probability he Of Percy, oldssl son of Mr. Mrs. pounds and was removing It from sajerlnsly reply: "There'Is Knowlea. Tao bride and groom Uthe when it slipped from its in'Canada." Thero U a nrcalbi-! received many hendwmo presents. and fell upon his hand, Act on the statute books, yet Tho happy couple starts howeSeopiag it 5s a most painful manner. He. was: men cin get drunX and turn Rambling i tmrrM as quickly aa possible to the i jenE Taber hospital, whoro he was given; pandemoniums and scorn According la current re- eJ by (ho Rev. H. Peters. appy cou with tho beet wishes of. their friends. The ceremony -was perform- medical attention. It is expected that; this has heen fully demonstrated Arnold Varley and liave. left H Till be before Mr. Ana-j Baring winler ou the bank? f0r Yorkshire, 'England, where they of the Little Bow river. An crsoti will be able to resume work. The Blcan school, .which has been! closed for nearly .four'weeks ou ac- j( in prfitan-ation anti oai- lane ,jij8j Margaret Hallwortn ie fallow, must we ha satisfied by be- r count of not being able to procure a, ing toll by the responsible pally thai trachcr, reopened the first ot this Mr. Bernard Asplunil. who Las been to Vancouver during th? past winter, returned homo for a few days' visit iltis week. 'Mr. Tleno low days. JVar.ce, of Raymond, is his friends hsro for a been sick for some time, 1s we People's Forum THE FEED PROBLEM ''wo nre chronic kickers" or "there no !av Both the government and the C. P. R. declare, they arc blameless in the matter. Then irbo Is to blame? Is It a "hold dealers and middlemen for graft irid illegitimate gain? 'Why was the. C. P. H. yards at Lethbrldge. situated as it Is on the border of aa I Irrigated area of laud and where there. was BJI abundance of alfalfa between j there and Coaldale. glutted with hay; shipped from all points last Oecem- the in Ihls country wera'dylng of hunger? Why Is il that a few stray ears of rubbish, just enough to aggravate the situation, arc now being shipped to Travers and relailed at per ton, Editor Herald: [when our orders were taken last Oc- previous correspondence (tob'er for guaranteed best upland Ihe above subject Tiad. in somejto delivered at !2 anmed; first train Eastbound from iledJcine Hat, May 3rd, first train Westbound from Calgary, May Bth ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES UVIE AGENTS WANTED ,ths very best results in niy esnerience al ta tt-.Ui the cascade. lou TClthpul But evidently these have got no numbers. Or. ars being "held up" by some shipper tlie poisonous waste therein and keeps it clean and pure, as Nature demands It shall he for perfect henhb. .Yon will-be astonished at yonr feel- company? Almost Ihe last trace of herbage, has gene from the pastures, and without feed It Is impossible to plant a crop. ingsithe morning, after taking an in-jlf. in the providence or God, we sow tertial bith with the "J.B.L. shall ever-rosp again we shall, I You .will feel bright, brisk, confident j prc.rurae, be compelled lo sell the pro- nnd though everylbing is working al a price according lo Ihe will H is. allj pleasure of the jovernment ana. It absolutely removes order id.cither sow or reap, ahell headaches, bl'liousness. rheumatism, j "Gombeen men" or grafters demand, and prevents Autolnloiication.' j that a sacrifice-be given them such aa The lied Cross Drug t Book cannot give nor the banks sanction 3-imHed will show and eiplain the of else let pur land lie fallow? Cascade"