Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
tlffi LKirmWlJsiK PAli.Y HJiUl.ll, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, Ube iwbltc reason for ike BolaaevUm In SUM is Is the Is liacUu.1 and serves, u easily ildi'Mulh tkemleUM 4api otters. In blockade 10 we uniwitattatly oav that ;ier- -c, at Rwsia. pNB LnTttWIIOM FBtHT. Iirver Ir farther proof COaVAMV, LIMtTCO awaat W A. Tarranct TEtVHOMU kj Mil, PV lj. by 0 A. of laic Is required we bave only lo the statement made last evmta by wko k In the position to at first kan4, acaieiy 9r. Cecil liarnu- wartb, for Foreign Affairs in tke Llayd George govern- anaL Tkta is hit itattssent: Russia, Mr, Karmswortfi said, bad never been blockaded. Tttcre were, tke pkvsical block- sdas, sack as the Dardanelles wken skat the 'wtatsr condi- tion! im the. (Mf of ralaad. It was. bellvrad that tken was. i jufrkient supply ot toed in Russia, slthosgh, arcordiBg to all rtparts, tae grsvest privations Unras; So far as the food produeins not give up HQKIQOTE (From Our Own OK1OX. April conditWs for in Ihis diairict Its j noisture is concerned) wero never J Will rut OB TSc from storms ,r_ of ike Utk sau-lSth slli lu tkat wss needed to secure start for; PrarsotJ Gave AdartSS grain. During the past week a iirse i acreage in wheat has beea (KYom our own'Corresswdent) This'pan win put in about the April local branch u iMt.vtar. Work Is uol so forward the 0 w ,y. A fb over the top oa is a year ago seeding will so on is kwe as It can be with safely. oa la of attw lo COUNTERFEIT. it the Liberals In the HOUM ot COM- who assume Ibey possess the monopoly ot trae LtbetmHna had ured (i prove cbiua ow Owy in 4oiHf Jo eppoaiUon to ownarsain, bv tkeir dftermination to -tte of the bill to incorporate the Caiaiian Sational Railway In thii tke> skoweo tiaauel'M In opposition la M e of the policies of progressive It mar be trne'that the closure migkt kave been witikeM fer a at least, knf Uls'in Op- twitiOT, to .bill was marked. li Is clir that these ioiallad Libuj have no particular afhctjoo for ownerakij. lie reason that currency and no coaimodi'.lM to offer tn er- more prop, by above Intor- is removed from tbe pUWorm of BoUkarUt sympatbiurs.iiirth1 er, we may-add, tkoae tn Russia'who are .of- sympathy, are tisy wkftTeViginally 'overthrew the- of democrats, wko in their turn overthrown by the the present Bolshe- vlsts who lave established a tvranny brer'the common people worse than tke at all the Csars put to-; Those wno weep for the Bol sneriirs of Russia might as wtU Heir SKIFF Our Own SKIFP, April is tovr eiMral around ben-- Crilnua .in-k alone Ji..' o? wheat in One revoris his -f'MH iproutt'd and will soo.i be up. There will be st least T3 IKI- cent, more train in around SXlit this yrsr. Hun last year, and with tUo abunOant niois- lure, now in the grouuJ, indications re for a heavy crop. Wednesday. May 7lh with a first class concert in Ihe Rei treatre. Their ob- jeclive is a siiiiable club house, com- fortably ntteJ-up, a social centre for tbe boys.. For men, some >f whom have fought all the way appealed for its continued sapport. Mr. of spoke briefly on tie approactUaa: Hed Trtasle drive throughout Canada .'U-y to 10th. The allotment assign- ed to IHstrkt No. 1 ra AiberU, for he li the Is I15.WO, .f vilci the amount Ironi 1'abcr Is M.OW. Tie sooght in Ihis drive througnovl tne Coatin- Ion will be spent chiefly oa salutary Y. M. Cj A. work, pronotlng baft throughout CanadiM! Standard ieacy Tests and r-itenston o! the M. C. A. to rural districts. Tho eara. give c-trapatao aosoDE the was atsj locked Ike close of Mr. Alexander's address au cppbr- (unity 'uas.. given, tor asking quest- ions. TKe meeting then closed with Archie McKellsr Is back troi Ibe Hat and be and Us parents are enthusiastic over the eiMadias; k tod new of the nurses there and the skill ot Dr. C. E. SmVto.; Archiji went away a helpless cripple 'and I bat after kav to Mons. Ihis undertaking is but a trine tttat in-Ill be surmounted with one or two brief rushes. Further an- nouncement will bc'nmle later tn re- gard to the concert. In the meantime citizens arc asked to give this event the right of wav, and do their itart lo mako It Ihe "best ever." Red Cross All iled Cross workerjare request.- ed lo lie a string to remind them that the captains' of units are serving them lea The O.B.U. nay well called One Bic UnriiC i ally euaimg. ue unmt it is gener- TABER (From Our Owr CcrrcTjoridenb TABBR 2S weathtr continues fine and I've fcoir is in ideal shape for working. About-20 per cent, of Ihe crop has been sown, and .one or two report it beginning to shoft- above ground. Some farmers are .-sow; Ing tbeir oats first that thei may have feed for tbe harvest The rye has 'weathered "l'ie been revised. wheat Is already seeded. There is not unjgue -celebration a great deal of plowing to do as large .j oart of Ins ground was prepared last fall The crop acreuse be about the same_as for last year. _ .-i- -ae of two advocates of tils Wb- ml jwbcv balance' wen hostile antis botrayfd that wr Hctle scati B tae ranks ot tkase wko claim tkat taey are tie-only true htld on fhursdaj ing April 2tlh Mr being in the ciiair, Mrs, WaHer gave a brief report ot tlie provincial, convention held in Cjlgar> on feb ISth A auoi ber ot communications were read oy the secretary, Mr; Honnigan. on de- lailmg a prono ed plan for Iled Cros activities after the. from' heaarjunrlers asking thai-an in- lenlorj be sen I IT al once of all made up and unfinished. The- secret- arv was askei lo notify tbe miiie inan- igers not to make and further s ments of Iheir emplojeeo for Bed Cross. 'Jlr. George' Powell ni3 fau-iU ard friends paMn? them an PICKED UP ASSING TBB MAN Taoatas Trow, at Stratford's it ekUseas, is !a Us Tke Oatarifl coatroller advlaes to bay coal at oaw. St. Peter's ckarea, IllllUale, Mk-k., has issaea call to Rev. Allan N. He- alroy, Queeee cirUeas aaTe decided lo re- vtre nse Boy Stoats orcaaiaaltoa there aad la aeickkorin asacea, Tbe, deata occurred in1 Port QarWtt, wife of 'Reir. winter in good-ebape, growing vigorously. IE all up and CA.RDSTON (l-rom Our Own CA5DSTOK April 28 Moisture condilions bave retarded seeding this spring, bat old timers are gelling their latter boxes, keeping one time, aad tke sails at another, M one of tae most incongruous things heard or dreamt of. PTn Easter vi it returning to Camrose on Monday morning Tka l Mffiduoe .extension plan: kr will meet with general approbation It la The tkat a, eanirrt Liberal ainit U donrin- sjed It CM not appear that U will In Wko call taeauelres' Uaarals "asaanie, in their opposition 'to (oreramai 'ownership a virtue they do not possess Tkey do voice Ike country nor uatiaient. of itae of the ft est- a in the nght TV direction. more: growins ft moath past Gonseq proceeded rap P pracucally ss at two sets tlaw or tke more con- eacive to as to tkis is rarM, Mri It li rwoaaUc tkat tke quwlloa akraU be auae a aaklic with as arbitrator are tkaaa to tke anaeat ao Tae re Tte Mayor ComniwfMcrs aave titv; (a the occasion in arranging 'or a the time -m to the and every oie sBcmid vote Jl _ -i last wmey bv law wken pat to the vote at tie IrurgetKX only brought [orijr-twi'to tct pon; torogti sum inTotnd. was Will time fare beiter'tka Meej w.tt lie plebiacltet in aa into in the district eait of Tatar last week returned ta tV city TfHh hii car splashed Biud..-Thii If a good taxation that the In the distrlrt haveabundani moisture. v Cue Own April S8 Another week of That is of treatirent :cr their teeth sboul] to jonrn'; to Calgary at own expanse is a (cante.l. wkk-h UK militia depart-. raect shooM do awav with by (he institution tof a_ dental clinic tn.Letb- brlage Huns In their counter for a League of Nations regard war tt an obsolete method of settling idii- 1 1 tkis a forced genuine about 15 per cent of wheat n ground with a small of oats The crop will- not until Vay day The bailty n to sown The groand is reported parts to be In good shape _____ i RAYMOND V (From Our Own RAYMOND Airnl B8 wheat nas been seeded daring the' jast week than ever before in the same period The weather kis been Heal farmer There'W enouih moisture in the ground to germinate all seeds planted to date_. TJpwards of 85 per cent of the' whoat U seeded The potato acreage Ibis year will be larger than ever before Tie neaiy vtelds on nnirrigated last year is a convlncng fact that tbls IB one of tjie best'poiato" districts hi tha prai- rie provinces. Oat seeding will be gen eral this week. The- acreage barley and flsi will be incrfasea from SO to per cent tt we get i soav' rain within ten days. after her winter visil in Cr.iifoniu Despile the fact that slii can now proudlj write She title G M after her name she refuses.to par with th- rtcret of youth v Nevj Nurse Arrives JBss Doohar of Smith tall- Ort i Ine latest addition to the nur ing staff 'on the Tabcr ho pita! that at last -we Ime a full staff o compelent nurses in our Jiospital wr would Uke theilibertv pt.Jreminalni the public that a littje ity toward thesi) ou idat would go a-long wai towar akir' them fall in love with an, Lltizens Fat u nei ind long holiuajs are all ngbj ut there are oilier things In nattacbed bachelors with luxuriou Utos where is jour gallantjv and en rprise' this pleasm utyjn the hands of one or two a avant You kick m> rtog 111 kick jour ca ,rell tne cal is alright as jet b' he dos lies under the sod tbe-rfclii f strjchnlne and a lack imagin on. There are some people er-hcarted that they couM.nbt lift nger a child for an'ylhin nd jet so slupld that thej have r onipunction in doping !behind h oack tlie child's chum, h jug passed- through Ihe -buds ol seYeral'ftrsl. class .easj and west, and liuving spent two aiontbi last year in the Mayo HoeplUl, Jlocb eslor. Minn. He relurus from the Medicine Hal hospital with tbe in Ms limbs remedied and on the kigk road lo romping vigorous boyhood Thanks to Dr. Saytii the Eurglca wizard of the west, we prtelict that i will not be nany yaars before Arcbf it over his father as artist and u curler. Ho alread; bri lira iu good looks, and Neil is n monster; The whole town rejoices with Mr and Mrs.- fdeKellar In.tb successful termination of their long, plucky nne'.t for their boy's recovery normal-health again, and their hala to Dr. Smyth. Death of Infant Desmond, the infant son of Mr. Ed. rowiie. secretary of the U.M.W, of A. ittrlct IS, passed away on Saturday enlng April 19th The little fellow 10 was only 15 months old, bad just from an altatk of pneii- oriia when he was' stricken with iual rueningitls, to which., he finally ccumbed. v On'Easter Sunday son was bom Mr. and Mrs. Prank at- tie aber hospital. ilev A C Bryan leaves on pril to attend Svnod meeting m dmonton andjirill be absent till tbe nd of the .week. The" neit meeting of the Women's nslitute will be in tke Methodist larch on Mav 2nd at 3 pm Jles ames .Tsinter, Vickery .and Barrlck be' the hostesses. The lostltute already announced the date cf le annual Horticultural Show for ttgust SOth. Tlie prize lists will-be ut at'an eraly date Tbe id of Knox 'church eld a successful work and oiie cooking on 26th 'be proceeds amonnted to }1100 viaaoe, but oaly aaala, UOH ta wkoa It karaaklp la a war, ksK ta Us Ike C P, la OHMtlc. war ik tkat wtU >t acMM Is a la tke.aattolea Mfarlty Issue h (art If tt ti a.ssatter ot ssajorlty or s b-lp to busiaen eitker way, so 1st Tbe cfty roaatil kat aol acted any loo kntily.ia matter bfn loa li' dlvMed Ol a of niiblle rt is aot a tine to play at (M 6M of 'Walt aid tfi, tke eiaealent of italenMa who have W'ML Mrauas troops havs attacked AnMTicaa Red Cross mission at Kov- ao, Utaaaafa, accordiag to a cable- b7 the Lilknailan Xi- tioaal (MUCH In New York from iti Tbe Hun has not ret til kultur. his been QWa' Britain at twenty (Ire cents >ow la. To the aanufact- urtr'i price U about llh ta aove cues getllnj Wir dlffertnct SPRINCrtXHJLfE (From Our Own SPRING COULBB, April 2S-Farm ers very rushing seeding and have aboat sijty per ceat of Ine wheat in. NotwIthiUidihg the high winds that hare prevailed during thr past two weeks, there is still con sWersble moisture and wheat hi sorfl is reported it cOaiug up "Troin Our Own Corrfcujwrirterit) April Z8 may said lo be aU seeded tae area all left unseeded being-.negligible. Th part few .days havp .been ideal grow hig weather and of the eariic wheat is beginning to srio irbove the ground. Some of tbe farm ers have started to seed'oats and -bi (ey and a few already starte oh their summerfalldw. (i -Die ii in Of fDLAHtVltM be Mtnte Art ao( wr as arfti- (key ItrtM bolitrr tkii fenlclew u Ittdf Ml TIM ;Tkirtr-fii gallpm, o( liqiwr. fo WDJiiK, of Forth Arthur, were br 'lupector. eua weVe WooW It Kil-rVre'frers to have had tkea mtrtnt "Ixitichit" It would been Ir) keejrinj wil'n arm frap or (kf Mwlnt from (he at Snughi- aUM. TkeM are ttolk.tr ons as to DM! veil wkerots U MUM o( Btl-iliefitn) In il 'w MleMM fonril DETROIT, JUch..- Police, by soldiers ind tail- ore, last affhl ejected tbout rKrmn Our f'wrf TURIN, April oper tlons arc jaUiITactorll and week will see thin of W. S. Tkoaua 'Portland, fomerly of tke Falrbaajks-Morse company, 'Toronto, has been appointed cklef of police of George founder of the vlanade Fuuniry, and a veteran ot Qle Feolih Raid, died at Toronto, lio had also ta business in Belleville. Tke'King's bencli court ,al Prince Albert Saturday brand Augusl Andcr- soa and bis son Edwin gallty' of breaking Into the home ot Oscar Fin- nestrom at Canwood 4and remanded them f or. sentence. To be given 42 days for stealing a msage, to be spent In solitary con- inement, was tke lot of Pte. Doye, has returned to Cobourg from aa4 'wno waa lor two years prisoner of war Sn He ras captured by Ike enemy in Octob- r, 1916, and it'that time hadi twenty hrapncl wounds rln his body large' section' of Yokoh ama was by fire -Monday, build Including- a part of tho business section! being.'burned. .FTrereeii-.from Tokio aided ia cbecking the flumes be- 'ore they reached- the foreign" lesi dential secrjoa. Eight hundred carters to accept offered by jbe.em Saturday Altaottgk the Risen will bst for you can bur It priced and on .easy. terms. "Fnm Factory 'to if h- af of accepted by drer freight hand- ere.- .The 10-hour working day.witb an hoar for lunch and the employers insisted on a full 10-hour workint day. Rev. Dr. Louie of CoVoornj Street Method lit Charch', Uwtoo, wiU become St. Clair Avenue Chiifh, DC 1. .He will be succeeded by Rer- 'J. ;S..Kelly of Owen Sound. A. world's record been estab- listed by a Holstela cow, tne property of J. B. Hanmer, North Norwich, Ont- ario.- An .-official., test condactej by officials tor bad uate'sSows tn aeren days ber butter .waa 51.95 pounds, naving givan 739.7 pounds of milk. Hi the thirty daysNtrst she SaTe S.9204 ponnds: of produced >oua4i ti Major Brechin aad Hockey Was IB Germar.y (trom O ir Correspondent) CRANBROOK D C April 26 Major.lames Brechin and Pte. Regin- ald Hockej, returned to Cranbrook to day after Having service over- seas. JIajor Brechin enlistnd and wentoveWeas with as a ilentenant.-and on going.to France was transferred to the 102nd battal- ion and had considerable service with Iwst thus putting a" knife into them He later transTerred to th he child s very Heart Curious [Forestry Corps, where owing lo his Capt Pearson'Speaks knoiledge ot the be soon re- On Friday evening last Captain Bob celveri promotion, and when the war Pearson, ML-A spoke at a public meeting held ir, Knoi church In the nteresta of the Rci! -Triangle drive. The chairman of the evening, Principal Gould; introduced Ihe speaker in a fitting old In'the first place he had In Paris and Belgium just after tbe sigifing of the armistice He then weat on to ipeak ol the splendid that the T M C A hid done on the Canadian front during the Hundreds in thousands'of dollars had spent In providing athletic equipment, mov- ing pictures concerts and on carrying pn religious work The building of liuts'natl also been very costly, Cap- tain Pearson also defended tbe T M C A the charge ot eilortlon ate, prices for their canteen joods pointing out that ihc Y M C A hid no control of the prices, these being set :by the army authorities. Five per cent of Ihe receipts ot all sales -was in audition turned over to the battalion treasuries Tes, coffee, chocolate, fruit and such things were often given frw lo the-'men. lie stodd prepared lo answer any serious criticism ot the work the M.- C. A had done1 at the front he told of the work that thi C. A. wound up In this section. The wtleat; WR9 31jll doing'for .Ihe foldlers and on is growing rery V. ly and .Therai Is plenty) ot moisture, to Injure a (cod growth office asked that the output of material for aeroplane ilays and props be doub- led, he-was put in charge'of this spec- ial job which he filled to tbe satisfac- tion of ail concerned. Since his return to Canada. .Major Brech la "has 'been appointed, as. one of the lumber mar kefcommlssloners, by the.Brltlsh Col- umbia government and will wort in the cities of the prairie provinces on behalf of tbe C mills Was Prisoner of War Pte. Hockey enlisted here early !n .915Tand was .drafted to the bat- talion, and went.to France with that battalion In March, 1916. He was tak- en prisoner by the Germans on the 2nd of June during their heftry attack on the Tpres salient. He was taken to prison camp No 3 at JlirasteT[ Wentfalen, shore, for. two a'nalf years he suffered great _, In Kuisell Tnrney, a man wlta several alias', was arrested by.Ike city police yesterday appeared .before Police Magistrate John Leask, on two charges vagrancy and theft from person. He was flncd 125.00 or'lhree months hn- priaonnietil on the flrst aoii commftied for trial orr the' Mcond charge.' He elected for a speedy trial tnrl'will come up before Ttiomp- As Old as his Arteries The doctor can't help U. He knows that the man W Hard artenrs. high blood pressure, and beginning kidney ind heart disease, due to lone Defected chronic cowbparion. ft isn't lie other man's He's only 4 he nerer realised that his constapsaMn a aanotu thing He nertr knew kow to treat it He has busfiels of pills, of castor oil, mineral and salts, which havebattavcd and tortured his alimentary canal from one end to tne other, and He wooden wfiy Viaalrh keeps getting worse. He doesn't know that his rood waata kaa posaoned him, and haa bred diaeaue that is to "vK bra" before hu tune sa for.joat anch a maer-for every peraoaj do not mom es-aV astd at ranUr mtqvals 'eapeoaBy fatAote in adrucini jrwA body machinery will atand rirataaaat' I with H. wbch. if aaVmed to i caa't fsvpplr IMCIIU to make iMf felt, awn might hare known in time bat it new accepted awdecm tranWnt for constrpsajom, YoocanaroJaoehamiafoftnneashis. Cat a sMtde ot NSM! frorn yoKdnsjipitlodsrf and send Jor hw boohM medtcal Msnanqr OB conatrpation and m S.OP will from hall in whkh Mxianc 'let frrfm Ihf rule of the x for some lime without further llallon. bright for a bumper (3'.led to tlilnk more so, over the wveral.beaulifnl Bfiiridp'ot rye. One of these, the property'of Oeo: Sorgard, is cipecfilly worthy of mention. WHITLV' Our Own April is: full swing ind the 'fanners say there1 no need to worry more tnoia- j ture for anothfir montK. 'Sam [arusoh is working fpiir. Benl I' working severAI A ftlrawbo, another- farmer, Ifl needing heavily while Put "t'oleniaii lias his tractor ffew-brRakloic, Ij liio kfy.-iiife in this jlrict- Tliere In no IIRC in looking for [a farmer large- or smflll In town. Is nn'th'e lanft.' C.-'-'.i i..; PUSSY FOOT S80ES Baby V First Step The.w have a nke ItilcX .pliable sole Ctwhlon taiief Hole. This the yield lo hot ttlU 'li- and-floor to resist Anything, the baby would flpp on. Tkeae saaes bave BUek KM or Vamps vaih White. Kid Wo have got a full ranje 'of with Cushion Inner Soles for (lie largeV children In the Hnrlburt WtU, ASK TO BE FITTED FOR ALL AOft NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVBflUE SOUTH Tfsdt Msrk. At all ssay (vem sobiiituln. Nujol .Laboratories STANDARD OfL CO. (NEW JERSEV) M iVsWway, New' Yxa St.iJ.rd'OitC..