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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUft TTfE LETHBlfflSGE FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919 Sbe Ictbbriboe fteralb TBlberU- DAILY AND WEEKLY and IMC COMPANY. LIMITED, ttrwt 1 W A J Hanifinc Director BusJaesi Mann TILWHONE8 12S2 Audit Bureau of SubicnptEon Ritei: 16 tlel'tVered'. per year by mail, per year ......15.00 Weekly, by mail, per rear......JJ.50 Weekly, ty mail, per year to U.S.. f S.uO Dales ot expiry ot subscriptions 9tzr on address label. uce of expiration date Is authority to- continue the "THE ROOT r OF THE EVIL. .The necessity of an inaulry into (he relation of the cost of an article to friendliest disposition in the world, i not facilitate plaHug oE j Canada's surplus abroad it this should appear inconsistent with duly Im- posed -.Congress of taking delivery! i lire-cm wnsc uupine y i i cannnt, however, he too early or 100 :mc employees need cf r iiiiligent in setting the machinery go- come home with an added Mns for taking care of the force In ihe d strusston between the; uifu.. in _ Canada's wheat crop. Commissioners and the men. Mr. Free- _____ man'referred ID the necessity of work-) A TAake for his sheep. Dr. Grilmsn .has left his ranch now s erers'tlilng is in running order uud; as returned to Moscow, Idaho. C. T. Cousins was a visitor to IjCth- rirtge on husiness- Mr. McMahon of Lethbrulge was a Isitcr to Skiff, also Mr. Hans Kessier Mr. Charles Youd has arrlvetl from California to help his brother L. 'oud, to look over the country. Mr. has gone to Lelh- iridge to. get his effects loaded, prep- ratory to moving them to Skiff; Mr. Williamson, dry goods merch- ant of Xorih Letlibrldge was in oday. He has a farm north of Sklfft .rne of their kindly shall iong be green' lu the memory of neighbors with whom thoy associated. Baker preached the srspel to many .io'.dHfeuiH parts of the neighborhood -his services being freely glrea "without money ami with- out price." It was a pleasure on Thurs- day night to once more enjoy a visit with them. A pleasant lime was spent with music, conrer sat Ions, etc., and before partaking of refreshments prepared by ihe ladies, Mr. E.-Thompson on be- half of those present addressed Mr. and Mrs. Bsker a well chosen words endeavoring' to express to them the appreciation: which- we felt. Mr. and Mrs. Baker were each presented with a chair. as a relight token of our Large chairs being cumber- some to take on. the train, iniiilature chairs upholstered In "green were given. After .partaking ot re> dnoiitott ftnUefa 'isfecrtisij of lab- orers for street cleaning: work. The General Motors Corpora I Ion Is bald to he; ttcquhrlaz Heary Ford's stock iu Ford Motors. r freshnionts and Syne, the gathering broke up, Auld Lang That Foremost Where Farmers A re. Busy Seeding nTi enl) prll SS.-LThe seed! Several Tractor Outfiis at Work Teacher Takes up G. W. .V. A. Work P 1A iICKED UP IN rOM THE BUSY UAN Proof ot cw ot BkbtxU VM otter- ed kjr Kotluoa ot Ed- com- Mtir telecrapk biwraton oh itrllu BukiitBaa ft ijrupitijr with Wimuiptii Sovtk pro- tMtlni; lie propwal to nuke radial rallwiy tMw more live Mrs. Leo. who has been mistress AltwrU Buck tktt P.'McG.'Ormat has retired (ron'tfae editorship of the Belmont News, and is iucceeded by D. G. a re- turtied soWler. _ Premiers and Presidents vlll trophies for the lnter-aIUe4 truck and field meet promoted by the United States army fu Cads. Twenty-four teams hare A hundred aev brancfeet ot tbe Graftt War are expected la Alberta before the of tke year, ac- oordUic to Major W. C. Mftclaaes, pro- rlftckl tecretary cf the aaeocittioa. Among tbe victims of the atr- 1 place disaster al Andover airdrome In England on Tuesday was Lieut. Arth ur Barlow- Whites son of Rev. Arth varlous'serles o( lha Ontario Amateur ur Wklleelde, ot Palestine, N.B. Lacrosse AssociaUoa this gesaon. There were ouly five last Two 'bills modeled Hydro power legislation have, been traduced lu the Nova Scotia Legisla- lure. A company has tieeu organised Dr. George R. pfcte, formerly of Cal- gary, who has been tor (he last (our liter .Ontario years superintendent of tlis Great Quebec capitalists to tra'le ici lurs ID hospital, the Northern Canadian waters and In Ihe hinterland of Quebec. Ah Anglican church at BrtdgebUTg has acquired a former motion picture theatre which the rector uses In illus- trating seruiuns at special services. The council of Eyebrow. SaslL, has decided to pass a bylaw to enforce a curfew, making the age limit 15 years aud the hour 9 o'clock. Ormond Street -Hosttilal In London, the largest Institution in the world for the treatment of children's dla- sailing tor Canada today, hav- ing severed hU connection with the Play TMT OWE YOU no (No to KMW HiMic) OU not kMw ot aiuie in to rtejr or Cone in uIr. vrhp is at the Mrs.' Mclntyre been Tisit- her- D. A. ry. lelt last- WertnEsflaV for Tapst: can afford to shirk. Aplafon and of lhan cannot be by throwing Hie .same. The cause.ot .tioa and unrest must be rooted out. :er.' He this SB in stock rftinesday will occupy the'Owen farin this year. Foster''and the form- er ten'ants, having1'purchased farms of thah-' are now on their'own'lands. We note that-the C. P. R. is com- ing across with the twice- a week again. We believe .that we ia caying for toe whole of.the towns on the.V'Laxury that Ui'eir o nce-a-w eek s err Ico, was" a grand pi failure, as far as shippers are con- cerned. Jnst for 5 .cars of 5 >whe2t h'aTe..stood dnlhe.sWlng here Silas R Halght, a pioneer farmer of Swift Current, and founder of the Non-Partlsan league In Is dead at the age of 77. The 95th Saskatchewan Rifles, the pioneer militia unit In the province, is to he reorganized at Heslna, and will be officered by returned men. Deaths, from influenza in Saskatch- ewan since the epidemic began until thfl end of March number cord lag to the most recent figures compiled by the registrar of vital sta- tistics. A' record price for creamery butler on the Reglna market was established ladt week, wben the Saskatchewan Co-operative Creameries, Limited, sold a carload for shipment to .Vancouver at 58 cents a pound. Decree of divorce was granted in supretnei-court, Edmonton, Tuesday morning by >Ir. Justice Hyndmaii to Paul Slaboda the defend ant to the action, "made no 'appear wiKe ia Qean Tongue, Sweet Stomach, dear Head. All Feverishness, Biliousness and Constipation Delicious whch.ih'ejH arrive here' on Ibelr win they do it we do 1 L bare a crop. Asterpt: jf days in' town on his way back east alter conducting a train load al re- turned soldiers to Vancouver. collected by way of the rale ot 7H peri on the value of lhe goods. On these, eight, classes of hnpoTts ?.ER .OF. essential, to Industry the Importers A GRAIN had to par almost sixteen million dol ID the guarantee, (p the farmers of liars before thay co'ulil use them, as Mhe price of 52.20 a bushel Tor wheat! raw materials or for power purposes