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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK EIGHT THE 'IT'lUWSUGK DAILY HERAQJi WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1920 Actors Will Cross Ihe Prairit Provinces on Way North NBVV YORK, 'April trans- continental air mce ifrom N'ew York to Alaska, In part over Canadian ter- ritory, is amoag the numerous ambi- tious events planned for this year. The course mapped out for this aerial marathon rovers a dis- tance at 4.S70 miles. In making the arrangements for tbe race the Am- erican njing Club is cooperating Ihe training and operations group of the U.S. Army Air Serrice. The aviators, according to tenta- tive plans, will hop ol! tho .Mlneols, N.Y. field at a date to be fixed later, probably early in the summer. The course irill be over United States ter- ritory to Mlnol. N'.D. from whicli point the flyers will cross into Can- toX crossing tbe provinces of Sask- atchewan, Alberla and British Co- hinrtia to Port Egbert on the Alaska border. In Alaska the route runs to Circle, Ftort Yukon, Fairbanks by way ef Fort Gibbon, and thence Id Nulatp tud tbe latter point being tho final landing >place. Compulsory sto et an average of 150 tniies opart w be arranged. The present year promises 10 be banner one in the history o; aviation as a sport, both in America and En rope. So far as the United States is concerned, ihe first event of Im- portance will be the flying field day tbe Intercollegiate Flying 'Associa- tion at Mineola Field. May Eleven American colleges and universities nil! be represented in a. varied pro- gram of firing -'eats, concluding with a-cross-country flight. Tiie American Flying tlub 15 also arranging for a XKW EXCHANGE SCHEME' FOR EMl'IKE IS NOW PLANNED IN ENGLAND LONDON, April Cana- dian Associated the commons last tilght an under- secretary made an Important statement In regard to the move- ment toward the adoption of single exchange far tho vthol? British empire. Ho said 'no had personally Investigated the matter and it would be possible to secure sirth a growth of Interest in the question, not only in this country, but throughout the em- pire, as would lead to poetical re- sults. It would stimulate Invest- ment give Impetus to Imperial trade which the foreign trade would not have, he said. tod'felt. The bureau is materials to establish more deJUiliely the nunHlr of fish leather, such as pliability, porosity, srater sorptlon, wearing qualities and also will make, further tests to guago tonsils strength. BRIO.-GEN. JOHN GUNN with Archibald Leitch ot Guelph, and Sir. Morean, a re-.urued soldier-settler, .will comprise the board io take, cure ot valuations on builii- inge, etc., in ihe Kapuskaslng colony. seaplane race around Long Island early this friiffiiaer. i In Franco ft flying will be held at Juvtoy, near Paris, 'May 23 and 23. The British aircraft exhibition will be held nt London in July. In addition tho British government has offered several million pounds as prizes Tor various airplane sporting events to bo held during the year. The Cape to Cairo route is being blazed. Between Ibe two the distance by rail, steamship or ground transport is ap- proximately milcj. The aerial tine is about milos. vehemently asked in behalf o? Xut Growers' Association, both CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE EFFECTIVE SUNDAY MAY 2nd, 192C. Trans-Canada Limited will be re Burned, first train from Medicine Hat, Jlay 3rd, first train Westboimd from Calgary, ilay oth. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. LETHBRIDGE Eastbound No. 65, ar. 2.55k Dally ei. Sunday No. Daily Sunday Xo. 16.00k Westbound Dally, No. 67. ar. 3.35k Daily ex. Sunday No. Dally ex. Sunday No. 13.10k From June 1st trains and 11 will operate to and from Cran brook which .will afford a dayligh service, dnily ei. Sunday between Medicine Hat and Craubrook. rforth via Aldersydc Daily, No. 543, Iv. 544 ar. 2.50k. Daily ex. Sunday, No. 537, Iv. 16.40k 538, ar. 15.45k. To and From Coutts Daily ex. Sunday.'No. 566, Iv. 3.30! 565, ar. 16.30k. To and From Cardston Daily ex. Sunday, No. 6-i, Iv. 16.30 83, ar. 11.20k. To and From Manyberrics Lv TaeB. and Fri., Wed and Sal., 18.30k. TRAINS 13 AND 14 BETWEE MINNEAPOLIS, ST. PAUL Aft VANCOUVER WILL BE REBUr, ED MA.Y 31, 192D. For further information apply i ticket agent, or J. B. I'rocto District Passenger Agent, Calgar NUT TREES INew York Timea.l "Why white Is the question ......the the national one and Ihe northern, as a result of a little exploitation given in this column tbe other day to the plans and proposals of tbe Massa- chusetts foresters. Tho latter want to turn into pine woods several hun- dred thousand acres of Massachu- elta land now producing nothing, or nly "weed and they figure ut that at the-end of 50 years there s-ould be' a clear profit ot several SHARK-SKIN SHOES York Sun and It tho high price of your pocket- book too much when you droy into your favorite store for -the annual spriug fitting and purchase, ask the clerk for a pair of shoes made of fish skins. That old terror of the seas and the bathing the fliark, has to the rescue of tho stioe- wearlng public and has offered his hide, as a means of lowering tbe price of leather protects during the present high levels. Judging from reports received by the Ooverumout, tbe shark furulshes an excellent leather for the manufac- ture ot of all kinds. Not only is the sWn of shark used lor manu- facture into leather, but with the skins ot other fishes !t has teen found suitable for making travelling bags, brief cases, pocketbooks, bolts and handbags for .woaieu. Tlio demand for shark skins for tanning into lea- ther for'travelliug bags Is greater than tbe supply at the present time. The Commissioner of Fisheries of tbe .United Stales, In his annual re port, says that two 'companies have established fishing; stations fllong the southern Atlantic coast to provide re- gular supplies of shark hides for tan- ning purposes: plants are sit uaied at City, K.C., and Port Myers, Fla. One companies has a tannery for concerting tbe skins Into leather. tbe Pacific coast one company has acquired aVsito at Edmunds, Wash., where it plans to convert acqualic hides inlo leather WAS NOT SAFE TO LEAVEHER ALONE 51ISD Eva P. Yateman, Ont.. feel tlist I must write and tel! you of the great benefit 1 have received from Mllburn's Heart Nerra Pills. About four years ago I was takea terribly bad with my heart, nerves end fainting spslls. was down in for about jii months doctored with two different doctor! and seemed to get better, although tho faiutlujt spells would not leave me 1 would take such terrible falls vherever 1 waj, that it was not safo t< eave me alone at any time. At last decided to resort lo proprietary inedi cines and took several different klrfds but seemed to receive but little benefi them. One day noticing the ad vertlsement of Milburn's Heart an' Nerve Pills I decided to try them, am before I had taken more than twi I could see they were helplni me. I have token about ten boies, an am almost cured of those terrlbi spells. I sincerely fsel that your rued cine aae proved a blessing to me, an 1 ad-lse anyone troubled with thel heart to try them, as I am confiden they will find relief." Milbura's .Heart and N'ervo Pill ara BOc a box at all dealers or malle direct on receipt of price by The T Milburn Co.i Ermlted, Toronto, Advertisement. iundred' dollars for each acre, he enthusiastic believers In jossibilities of nut trees, the slow- ;rowing pine, with only inedible ones.for fruit, has few charms, and t cannct be denied that they make rat a better showing for the objects of their own .admiration and hope. There, is a good deal to be said ifor nut trees, as against trees of other rinds. It Is not necessary to go as as do some of the growers, or would-be growers, of nut trees, for ihey .insist that humanity made Iho stupidest of all its many mistakes when. it turned to the cereals for with vastly less labor nut trees would have supplied us all not only with tip. starch supplied by. the grains, but, would have' made meat 'eating riot .the i.t is rlo'ir, but :a mere pleasant 'change of diet for -those who like diversity. The case is hardly as simple as that-, for the lev peoples who do de- fend largely on trees 'for food, while they certainly escape a lot of hard work, never have done much of value with (he leisure thus won, and been, as a rule, pretty poor speci- mens. Siost of them live on South Sea Islands or oases in African de- I and it is highly probable thai they eat what they can get rather than what they like or what is good tor them. end will draw its supplies from sharks; whales and hair- seals. Other com- panies are experimenting in the fish leather industry, and the Commis- sioner of Fisheries eipects that they will engage in: the industry on a large scale. lit the present stage of the new in- dustry the shark furnishes part of the new-leather supply. Diffi: cully was encountered at first in .sep- arating the shargreen (outer caver- ing) ot tho shark skin in a satisfactory manner. Suitable methods have been provided, however, by constant ex- perimentation, a.iid-the jHhagreeri some- times remains.until .the close of the tanning process and then. is. removed. The Bureau (it Standards.'in Wash- ington, which has lieen cb-cracratins with the Bureau of Fisheries m estab lishlng the new leather, reports thai shark skins'leather: spongy and o; greater fid'rpujt Shai mammal 'leather. 'When' pulled open at -right angle, to the surface it often exhibit1] a laminated structure similar DRAYING OfABKindi WesternTransferCo, Limited P. Freight PHONES OWc.0 UK in appearance to that of a loosely mat teams Good young niSrei; and geldings, gentle, and for 'Jbeir-spring feeaing if desired.' .7T7 or 1060 114-6 AN INSTANCE OF HOLIDAY PLANNING WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN STOlK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEARIh GS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS iAND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And other repairs for the Case, Reeves, Rumley and other popular makes of Slcam and Oasollna Tractors. We have the beat facilities for straightening end truelng Crank Shafts, He- boring Cylinders, and doing otb'- er machine work. (Viscount Grey, in his nook. "Wben I was at the Foreign Office tnd Mr. Bryce was Ambassador in iVashington, wo got word from Mr. that .President Koosevelt. tri- leiidad to travel when he was out of office, and -that re Intended lo vis- It England; that he intended to come lo England In the month of May, -he- cause he wanted to hear the aongs of the English hlrds. That is o pretty good Instance of planning a holiday i hi advance. We were also informed! that he wanted to have it arranged j to go to walk Trith somebody who Hie songs Rs he heard tiein, and give him the Information which which ho wanted. Here was the executive head of the preateat country in the world1 planning what he would do when he was out of office and hav- ing a nice, simple. Interesting laste ot wanting to hear the songs of English blrdf, and I wrote hack to Mr. Dryce ?.m! said thai when President Roose- velt came lo England I would be de- lighted to KO for a waik with him and tell him the songa as heard them. Some time passed, and when President Roosevelt 'Was ral of ofllte he went lo Africa and had much big-game anooting, and then he came to Europe, and all the leading countries nf Europe were eag- er to do him honor, and fjngland was to do him honor, and there was n very large program of a very .state 3y and dignified nature. I had never seen him. and thought thai thfs littt trip to hear the songR of English Ijinl nas forgotten, but before he got ti England, hia friencl, who was to hi his host, in Ixmdon. wrote to mo saying that Ills had been marl pnd that he expected my promls< would be fullllled. anil lhat he wifihe Ihn time !o be fniind for it. Th' time was found ami we started to K The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. When you insure your crop against HAIL, ypu look for just three indispensable' SOUND PROTECTION, FAIR AND SQUARE TREATMENT and QUICK AND' EfFICIENT. SERVICE, We can HONEST1.Y furnish these of ser- vice to you. .V' We pay our losses'within E4 hours after we receive com- -No company can offer you more. plated Proof of Loss- CARSON 114-115 Burns Bitty. GENERAL WILLIAMS BROS. LTD. Calgary. Alfa. AGENTS FOR Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation of London, England ASSETS EXCEED Limited LIVE AGENTS WANTED IN UNREPRESENTED DISTRICTS. WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF H A Y READY FOR SHIPMENT WIRE US FOR PRICES, IT WILL PAY YOU. WE ARE GOVERNMENT LICENSED AND BONDEf% THE MITCHELL HAY GRAIN COMPANY MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE 156 GRAIN EXCHANGE WINNIPEG, CANADA Doris LR. Cocq COMMERCIAL li now open' to'take the work of one or two more Coun- try Drua Write for parilcul 1214 "THIRD AVt, SOUTH Preferred Olive Oil for Salads The Sweetest Oil Apricots INCOME Notice To Representatives from the office of the Inspector of Taxation will be on first floor Post Office Building, Lethbridge, from April 22nd to May 5lh, inclusiye, and can be seen between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on any of these dates by any one desiring in- formation in connection with, the'filing of returns 'under the Income Tax act. on AUTO LIVERY Special on Counlrr Trips- Phones 787 Rt.ltjence 1Z10 ELECTRIC AND'ACETVLENE WELDING We liave the equipment and ei- to handle :all kinds of work on the lowest terms. Bring your broken machinery parts to us. Lawford Welding Co. Ave, Opp. Ucthbrldae Hotel Phone 1D44 Steamship For full. Information re lugs and rates ou C. P. R. CUNARD WHITE STAR AND ALL OTHER LINES Apply THE ROSSITER.. AGENCIES Hijlnbotham Block, Phone 1412 Information How Much: 'Yoii; Can Get For Your PEWS and FURS; UNTIL YOU GET OFFER DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS PriONii 44J ADDRESS: 320 Bih ST. S. P.O. BOX 5 If your auto or tractor radiat- or needs' repairing, the the eiulpnienl thS biggest shop 1 your service.' ,-'_ THE lack Hill jack Hpilingtworih LETHBRIDGE FOURTH AVE. 3., REAR' OF PALACE" CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 SERVICE. DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. 8., Lethbrldije, Alberta Ride In a McLaugblin Special. It costs no more. WILL YOU NEED WORKERS for SEEDING Iho OFFICES of the t fif from into PHONE 322 LIMITED. the country, hnrt to aak (he newspaper tfol to go with us; not hncnu.sf- H any difference to him or me. hut I because Ihc arc not ao lame, or perhaps they arc more aelf-oon- sclosis than public men :md do not like !o hQ photogrRphf-d, and it wns not only that ohouM he alone, but tliat ivc should make durEClvCf} as inconspicuous as pos- siblfi. So we went alone, and for Fonie- thlng over Ito-enty liours wcrfj both of 11 A completely lost to itu1 world.'' OUR PRICE LIST FREE ON REQUEST WILL EXPLAIN WHY IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO COME TO U8 WITH YOUR HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW. We arc the Largest Dealers In Western Canada Selling Tanners. A. CARRUTHERS Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIOOE PHONE 695 HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT located at llie following points are ready to serve you wi'.boiil charge. LOCAL OFFICES: CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEER, DRUM- HELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBRIDGE. Pill In nnil detach Coupon below and place In an cnvclopo addressed 'Employment Service of Canada together with Ibe ndtlrnM ot the olflcu Nearest your farm. Be sure ami state how many roen arc required, Your will rnctlvc prompt nttetllton. I Blinll tlic folloivlng help on my farm: Expprieficcil men Wages.. J'arlly expericncul Wages. length Of help is required for reijiiirvd NAME Post Office Nearest Ry. Slatlcn H SsNice Station Serrlco Siatlon for -the famous IC-W Magnetos. All makes ot magnetos, generators, coils re- paired. Full stock ot repair parts car: ricd. All work guaranteed. RECHARGED- The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue. South PHONE 735 We Have Installed a Full Equip men! for Repairing mmmu Can honills all makes ot .Expsrt Hot Air Furnlci Work FREEt; ELLIOTT Metal, WorkaH 336 6tli SI. South Phone ;