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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FAGl, l-'OL'H THB LKIUWmUUK. DAH.Y HKHALU SATURDAY, APRIL 26, MU She tetbbrfoge aibcrta OAILY AND WEEKLY IIS.TC considerol and acteJ on j wisejv intf judk'tously liy lhe cf the four Ureat Powers. I The invidious lenu, annexation, liaa be-fii got over by the ol a i butter territory isrest of the Hhine, ami :n the arrai.seuaeiits maJe even Prosi- ue at can have no cause of f tciupitfnl tbat the sunctity ot hit will produce as fe to ,Mwi (and InJ men, with fhelr'' i 'te iheir- 1300 pijuIgtaa. These will move MM ON ORDER iu us swn AS the present lease- on tho ).a'.d eipirojj khlcbj be tills 'winter, They vorjl eqlhudastlc uver the Coaldale dlstnct and anti- cipate the incoming of a great many moro from tlieir country. and Published SHt LETHBKICGE HERALD PRINT- fourteen points have ill the least (Is- IN3 COMPANY. LIMITED gree violated. IK tU Strstt South, The settlement arrived st in regan! w A. Bucn.nan the frontier claims of France ii Uecord Breaking Machinery n-. and Managing Director j Torrance Business TELEPHONES Offic; SSitorlal Otfics WwnKr Audit Bureau of i isuLicnpSicn Rales: j DftH.T. uer wees...... -15 frillr. rfellTerod. per year ......JT.iO Dtllj, by mall, per year ......Jo.WJ Weekly, by per year......51-50 -1 iflall. per year to U.S..f 2.00 Ol :he forming ol vhstt, though nominally i Geman, is a neutral ol territory j iilong the vrfcole length of the Xrontisrj bet we? a and lioruiiny This will remaiu without anything in tlie vray of armament, aoi the terms of the peace treaty in all likelihood wilt show AH extension of this territory on ihe east bank cf lhe llhitie. By those means Geimsoy be deprived of a jumping groucil should she plan a future attack on France, The aavant- i IJalos. cf pear -iiily on lons ap- Sales Land Deals Consummated CO AU> Arri. 2S.--Theladles' organizations of C'oaidale hiivo" been (Continued from front busy tfieir The, Ladles' Ad ot the rect-nt convention in Calgarv, the posliioa of not being able tff and Mrs. Hamilton, of tin- Heady made i sten tho "We trust, however. -district, gave' a paper on the caro of in the sense of Justice of the English1 irrigated Mrs. Hamilton's i and French above alt, of lhe garden is a special lr'P 'u see! Auieric-ati people." summer ami is a witness of what I REAFFIRMS FRIENDSHIP can be done to create homelike con- TO HER ALLIES LONDON, April Dispatches mental arsenal "of the Allies. The re- sponsibility ot the Big Four has -now developed on the Big Three, and uj scare in the district, but all the cases Jit to us (in these prairies. Mr. Lockwcod reports numerous j from Rome say the newspapers .of that mrchinery sales these- (Jays. This i citv report tbat the following'circular ipriiis has been n record year in this was distributed in large numbers Frl- respect. He has already received or-1 day m all parts" of Roruo freauentcd deTs f-ar Iff So that it is by" otlicers and men of the allied ar- clear that the farmers expect lots ofiTuje3; I "the Itaiiah people, while re-affirm- The farms that arc not irrigable j ing friendship for tho peoples of could stand o good soaking rain, but Grcat Britain, France and the United I of coarse Uie irrigation farmers smile 1 State3, invites citizens of allied nat- all the .time. We have had a slight scarlet fever PA ICKED UP IN ASSING FOMTBK BUSY MAN Police Sgt. Arniel of Kingston dledi of hsurt (allure In a atrenuou with a man ho wp.s arresting. Ttierc is laid to b.e of .Bcr- ious contusion In the signals used by the airmen flying across the Atlantic. One of tbo pioneers of Gilbert Plains passed away on April 5. in the person ot Jolm Henderson, of In, tho 7oth year of his age. Deceased settled at Oa knock IS years At tho executive meeting of the F. A. held recently, objections were raised by some of the members against the. practice of the machlnt companies Laving nil thQir notes come due from tho farmera on October 1. It was pointed out that iu almost every case, this was a great incouveatence. to the farmer. Sullivan Lake, probably the most worthless body of water in WeBtern of thit for a penaitMet water to be ami that could be computed for Canada, soon bo a thing of the past, if the Dominion government1! scheme for draining it carries. This lake Is situated about eighteen miles north of Hanna, between Ibis town anil Castor. It covers an area of ap- proximately seventy-two square aiiles. Moose Jaw is. moving to secure ft new source and system for its water supplyv'At a public meeting there re- it secmud to be the general opinion of the members of the board W. S. uita, D.g.O., ol and a luty of vahnton, natmtir at iailwlixt d inipvcUac Uu4 to forelsn comiaunlty at Grand Porks, B C. The Doukhobon ruirdieil up to within the Inspect party anj Mood In a semi- circle quite oacouscloui of traaEjrej- slag any of tke 4 unique and novel method pt popu- larlilng the ot thrift throughout Saskatchewan has been adopted by the rural municipality ot Plato Creek. All preBiami OB ronh- eri will be by muDklpalltr in thrlfi Many rural munici- palities throughout the province have IhU method of payment under consid- eration al (be present time, and the Idea is likely lo become general. Travellers through the south-west ot Saskatchewan, which was most ad- versely affected last year by drought claim that nature Is going to make up this year for the losses ot last, be- cause a drenching rain fell for two days, a "most Unusual occurrence GO early In the season. Farmers Scep- tre and Cabri, and at Belle Plains, are reported at work on the and at present prospects point to seeding be- ing general earlier than usual. (i. E. Parham, superintendent of the Dominion, government experimental station for (he Upper Columbia Val- ley, located at Inrermere, has ralgn- ed and, intends leaving for his old home In .the southern Okanagan val- ley. l YffrOwi (No U YOU not one ol one noit in order to yla; or accompur- feclly. Coma In and us show you latett IB Player Arrangements male to ex- change your present Intru- and easy payments ac- cented on the balance. Balmoral Block Home of the Vlotrola" The huge sum of Is claimed widow of the Iste Mehile Mo Piierson, locomotive engineer, against the B. O, t B. C. ta an action com- menced In thetsupreme court at IM- monlon. Mr. McKenile was killed on September 17th last while driving an engine on Ike road. 1 Today, with the wtr orer, thlafs they .are press heavily, and what} "was once tolerance becomes in a neV something which sroiises tion. in 'that, without any apparent reason lor the "same, prices are on the uprard grade. The follow ing pressrdts- patch, dated Ottawa, Feiruary I2th> of this year, tells its own t ale'and i truth which7 we 1 v new realized "that tfa'e'Tar may" over bat.profiteerinf goes on.rTkie dispatch 1 i tat ics com pi led hy I o.' Department show that the cost y of the.weekly budget of stanle .foods last month (January) was7 I lhe pVavkws mcnth. The average last _' was ?l3.Si, a-v compared f, m in DecGinlier, 191S. ir. 191S. i5 '-.iii.rr' year of Cio wzr. ISIS, n-eskly budget was S12.42. In January there was no war, the weekly huigei was Is it not a time tha something was done speed Jly? Is this to jo on and to furnish the seed of agitation, unrest, arid even anarchy! There is a responstbility on the Union Gdvernmetl which should jiot be forced 5i thai Government Hres up to its responai biltty. In tbp face of theso serious matters does'It not seem a farce tha Parliament should be worrying ovei .titles and as it appears, thi can only be hoped that a way out of the present situation will present it- self with an open gate leading there- to. To the Council of Three in that, ac- cording to a new-despatch, Premier Orlando declined.to be present when summoneJ to .appear ifeEore it. Dr. ilalms of the newly" form'ed kingdom of-the United Southern Sla'fi T.'These claims he thus ei-: plained that in Lhe middle ot tho last century Flume was a small Croat sea- >ort with ananstgniflcant Italian iriin' ority, and thatjt retained a ority even'iu'the narrow munlclpil area until 1910, when constant immi- gration o! Italian workmen engaged on harbour ;c6nsjVnction-awl: of ojbfflf ttaHans of the small shopkeeper was constantly encour- aged for by the Mag- yar the: liflHaas "a majority for the first time in the ffiut icipal area, la lhe urban area is hich'inclddes tbe insaparable aubarb_or Sushak, the Slavs still re- tain a majorify, "while In the whole district their sapremacy 'is uncoatested. The entire tradfe of the port, which was largely -buirt with Croat money wrung from Cfoa'tia und- the iniquitous Magyar fiscal; syai 'tern, Is in fiie hands of the Croats, to whom also the bulk'ol the shipping. Since" no other outlet, to the Adriatic Is available, or ia.likely for maoy years to be a vail for the Slav trade, Dr. .Tnimbitch appealed to the sense of equity the Council to assign the port, the Southern Slavs. Aa Important point that a bearing on a change of attltu.de oii the part of Italy to the Jugoslavs is "alluded t'b Iq a.ljaris'ldiapafch'.tb Ibe LvntloR Times; Jri regard >v "re; ilrimenL'1 er at- glected to explain that the policy ot .with those .selfsame ions now staying in Rome to partici- pate In a demonstration to be made on the arrival.here of the Italian peace seem to have be eh-very slight and no j [rom Paris, farther spread is. reported. Our friend Mick McCormick is now 'arming just easi of Coaldale. Every- i I VIENNA CHUCKLES OVER THE BREAK April withdrawal decorated, the-assernbjy hall "with suit-iwlt1' able'.plants and pussyivillows. and Presae the whole service was In harmony with the day. It is expected .tiiat .a child welfare exhibit and convention will be held at Coaldale on May, 9. Further an- aoancement later.- The Readymade' scliool for the Easter service.' The girls' chor'us sang 'most acceptably. Next Sunday more special music will ha given. Will somebutjy please build a dwell- ing house or two for rent in Coal- dale. There is no place for new- comers heads. Lots of business to live. The exiffirie'rice Pavvspn willi last' season ih'at -vil pays lo by-prouticlB.'.in farming. 'Mr. acres put The work.' was. ay.'or as, The Orlanjp is prob- ably in order to square his position jn Italy toward It is impossible for Italy to withdraw; as she is fed by America." The "President "Wilson's position is-bas- cd on the idea-Of right and justice it is hoped he will act in the 'same way toVard Bohemia and where the.. people will be to. if subjected to Czecfi] or done could noBjie'-em- ployed on the damp ei were wa t ere A cwic e t. we fe'only given hundred bushels two acres, and cents, per per'acre, and the llhJeth 'OwiJSorrei pond to which he.'gare al and assistance eiaclfy a year ago Rome, has alone.rendered possible toe of Auslria-Hungsry and placed Italy and her Allies in a posi- tion to dictate terms to Austria-Hun- gary." The Clerk of the.JVeiithef Is evident- ly net In the rnood to encouraie high, fliers. KTTLEMENT OF PEACE, l-Peace by the end of this was! what the people were looking forward to. But the peace terms are once more delated by.the attitude oT miy with regrtd (6 the Fiuroe. De'lib- eritfqrrt at Versailles have been long pfolonjed but, except in certain por- tions of the press, there has been no particular Impatience manifested by at large, nor any chafing over-tbe.delay. The mills of the (rods grind slowiy but excWdingJy fine- We mar fitly apply this to those who bare I been silting !n counsel [u Versailles j la it not the city ia In the assurance that a stable peace is in? plans for a big domonsUailon what they hare been working for. when peace Is declared! at Versailles has ,_______ hat many weighty' prohlems to con-j Calgary isWithout gai, a newa Hera MOer. Not the leas; among these has Xobody will be Inclined to be fctcn lo got the general viewpoint id jliove this. harmonize with (he particular view-j _______- point. This was particularly evident in the settlement Trench front- ier cLiims. H a certain pro- pOTtlpn of menUl transformation to Tlev'the claims of France ap France them, which was the party particularly interesled. was Equality of pensions is what "the war veterans are unanimous on. In Ihis they have right and justice on their side. looking to her future safety and st> tend tb< ehnrch Mrricva, u rlclt the reatfbu IDOB. THE PENTECOSTAL OF GOD ASSEMBLY Cor. 2nd Ave. and Mr, St S. Block a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wednesday at S ,p.m. you rtcXved Holy OliHt Ih'eryhody welcome.' PENTECOSTAL HOME MISSION 13th Street Rev. C. M. Ntve, H ti.m. shd 7.35 p.m. Uiipllamal Services at 3 p.m. In thn .Christian Church. A welcome to 'all. Coma. CHRISTIAN MCNS' LEAGUE C- i Baptist Church at 3 p. m, Sunday April 27th SOLOISTS-MRS. C. HUGHES, MR. BEN JONES C., ACCOMPANIST Open Sunday. A special invitation to al! Men, the Ladies and Friends. Bright Singing ;