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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE --THK UAltY HERALD 30, 1920 Promises ter and Spring Proved Ideal for Growth (From Our OKU HAYMOXD. April rain ami icon' etonu put a sudden stop tu farm Jng operations ;u this district. Some seeding was done. The MenaonUo colony on the old Buck ranch place JeJ in-SKdinj. hivs tTi-0 hundred tcrti lu. Other firmeri amorj? the number being Mayor L. 1.. Pack. have also done some seedlnf. very optimistic view is taken by a Bob Glove for Every Job ho farmers. Most of them c.tprvse Ue- opinion that ivhi'at sown before Jay loth is pretty ccrUin to mature (jwins to tlie backward tea- sou the, primitive niethoj or seeding, hat nf Invidcastiny, is likely to he jscxi. Henry Koiiu.es. who ihe .'aimiag game iu Alberta thoroughly and who raiso> wheat that carries off honors, is preparing to broad cast mudrof his grain. Others will follow cult. Meanwhile, the fall greiu fanner is uilicE (rcra to ear. This if c tjlnly his year. Pall grain Is luoklnS beautiful ami promises to yield :i bumper crop. Charles 'McCarthy has hundred acres ihat is a picture. Gporxe one of the uioai _ farmers In the south couu-j u-y. has five hundred of fcMl! and every acre of h is doiug splendidly. The winter and spring bare both been Ideal for (all wheat. arid barley will planted in much larger Quantities The will be materially Increased u a remit of the tale teaion. The potato crop, lor which the Raymond district U tamout. is golnj to br heavy. Mugntflcom returns were ob tetoed from potatoes last. not the heaty through irly itorma and The un- ot during the w-ln'.er British Troops WiR 1SOMK, April An attart was Fight With SuUan i t W' L' r i I night oa tbe military police. Against nationalists jailed here'the Guards, wWcil and the wounding of others. If your Glore it not lisfei! bere, ilk yntir denier BOB LONG .MADE GLOBES Made by from leather C 60ft end pliikle. G. LONG Umi'led :TOEOMTO Brcfis fnemttfrtn Caeit Ic Cmt Ihe generally tell when teart-ia affected.by the flLiiy .the shortness of breath, palpi- irregular beaituK. L Biubtbering sensations, sinking, tll-Eone feelluE, clicking sensation, etc. .-Many men and women becomes run1 do.wn and worn out when oiherwise 1 hey be strong and bsallhy t'aey only pay, some attention to the first sign of heart weakness. will do so much to make regain strength and vigor regulalp its and restore it to a heal.thy- and normal condition as .Mi: burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. ]c. A. S. Drake, Paris, Ont have used on towards the teeOn'd of Milburn's Heart aprlng and which jtill prevail netted thounnds.o! dolltrs to the vo' rroirer. Ore local Chinaman is s to have niaie over fS.OC'il clear on a smalt ya'-eh of the tubers. The Bltuatlon shows some Ira- provement although tbe prices asVtet almost prohibitive, -Most of tnc bay liow famine in is (rou: Ihe slyle Karmers ami siocs roc-u are still feeding heavily. Stariding fn simple giandeur among tbe forest gianls of Stanley 1'ark. Van is a 01-foot sandstone colunit ereclect lo perpetuate ibe supreme sacr.'Mco o( fifty-four brave Japanese soldiers who fought in witl- the Canadian Expeditionary forces The monument also serve as a memorial lo all of tbe brave boy: from the loyal island kingdom served for Canaiia in ihe world ivar Among tbe number who so served ani suffered are seven from' 'Haynioiu three 01 Voom ivere J'Jlled iu action The vf bc-utif'j! mom orlsl shatt-in Ihe Vancouver Park b .Ud. J. .1, McRae of that city 5er. a (brill through Japanese residents Tanatlu from coast to coast. H signal- ized the beginning of a new'cpocli; in Japanese Canadian relations, a prominent local' Japanese 'told your correspondent In Raymond' the col- ony is much elated over feeling rnsied. T am in tlipj rc-alth today tli.nn I have ticcn for' Hip towns of and -Amprior, to practice osteopathy in Pembroke, Tlev. 0. W. Mylne, forly years arril J (eel years younger. "1 don't hplicvft tlinru Tnniac -In n-as as Tnr.lir." (xjliilirirlgo by: John Histnbolham Co.; In Coal ___ _____ Preabjterian, goes from hurst hy Diamond Drug Stationery In by Mrn N Her CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE EFFECTIVE SUNDAY MAY 2nd, 1920. Traiis-Canadit Limited will be re sullied, first irain Eastlioiinrl from Mcilicinc liat. May 3rd, Wfeiboimd from Calgafy, May Blh. ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES. LETHBRIDGE Eastbound Daily No. ns. ar. 2.SSU Daily ex. Sunday No. Daily es. Sumla'y No. 61-ar. 16.00k Westbounrf Dully. No. 67, nr. 3.35h Dally cs. Sunday No. 12.Wk Daily ex. Sunday No, 13.10k rVom 1st trains 63 ami-64 will operate lo and from C'r.iti brook which .will afford n da sorvlre. ilnily cj. Hutiday belween .Medicine ll.it and CranBrooV. North via Aldertyde Dally. No. ttVi. Iv. 5M ur. IViily <-x, Hiimlay, No. 537. Iv. oHS, ,'ar. To and From Coutts Dciily rs. Sniwlay.-No. Iv. O. No. ar. 16.30k. To and From Cardjlon Daily n. litinday. No. fri, Iv. MM No. (11. nr. 11.20k. To ant) From M.-ir.ybcrrlej Tne-a. and V.'ci( ami Sst, TRAINS 13 AND '14 BETWEEN MINNEAPOLIS; ST. PAUL AND VANCOUVER W ILL' BE RESUfr ED MAY 31, 1933. For further im'oririallcra apply I nny ticket or J, K. Proctor District rasJCiiger Afieut, Catjary How MvjcH Get For: -Your PELT Svariid FURS UNTIL YOU OUR DEALERS IN AND. FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. S, P.O. BOX 5 WORKERS following points ready to scne you wl'.bout CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEGR, DRUM- HELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBRIDGE. Pill in and detacil Coupon uni! place III .in envelopr) Employment Service of Canada wcaliier wlih the o'J tit His Nearest your Ho sure and -state hon- many men are rcnuircd. Your ovlcr will receive pfompt sUtontlon. I shall renuive (he follcwiftg helfi on- my fsrm: Experienced nien .Wages. i Partly ciperipncnl Wages Inexperienced Wages of time help Is (or Date whoi' reaiilred NAME Off ice Nearett fly. Station Jack' Hill Jack Hollinjtworth LETHBRIDGE FOURTH REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY, PHONE ;664 AND NIGHT -1856', Office 409 3rd Ave. i AlbVrta Ride In a McLauglilin Special. It coiti no, more. Service Slalloo fjr Uie isnious K-W All makes of raagrietps, generators, coils' re- paired. Kull stock of repair parts car- worK guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th