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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN TirKLKTHRP.TTXJF. DAILY SATURDAY, DECEMBER fi, 1919 FOB CLOTHES FOR BALTIC TROOPS appeal 13 y the plnGeruub news- tor clothes and positions Mtamlns Baltic troops, wao, ihey everything People's Forum prtry; eoun irtlh the luuiro beforo Appeal ia slgueil by i ciHors, government many persons pron tbo imperial regime1. A COLLECTION THAT DEMONSTRATES TORONTO'S GENEROSITY ON 65 DAYS OF THE WAR. GOVERNMENT RELIEF Kditor Jlfrold, is wlUi much relucUnca for 1 utter a cry of or .Ideals the fatherland srumbla at workings ol ihc now- without pasilUffls :md jors Ono ol the Trati'rs uier- ch.inis loid mo Qutio recently that ho was gild whpu ,lhe mereaanis o[ that village decided oa closing every r.v-ehicfi rA tlx u'clocfc; anj told mo why. He said a few farm ers congregate in his store' every evening afler six o'clock mid talk nbout nothing else only the sins ,L shortcominga ot the Government I and, In their judgment, none were per-j feet In.either vrhdom or uprightness' only tha Belot few happened, lo be present. 1 aUo. In tie past, have often felt both ensry and disgusted at the everlasting growling and grum- bling of men at tha (Joverniuent and Government -But surely i at cOTiUllods In Southern Al-1 berta furnish excuse anil occasion for[ Diurnmrinja and complaints. "What sore of a human being would thai mau bo who could, or would, silently look a I. catila djToe ot elarratlo'n through lie broken promises and misrepresen- tations ol Government clticlals not utter m word of complaint or pro- test? Tho qMSllon now we ieep our cattle allva? Or by what moans Is It possible'lo do sol I have It on fairly gooj authority that large .Quantities ol hay ,WHS iiut tud for' shipment last August -jll than one hundred miles horth ol FJTinftm wcaadt jjcre Is a jflct or a fai5e Eiate I mcnt? It.Is also commonly reported that larffe quantities of good upland prairie hay were baled and ready for Dlpment- Irom the north country to Southern a year ago last aer, but Burns, and other stockmen, put optional prices on it and'so prevented it Irom coming According lo reports all this hay "rolled list summer. Is thU true false? Should there uot bo some TesUgatlon la this Bui that which aggravates our sit- uation moat arc facts which need no slljatlbh.. and which no one dare CUNARD RNCHQR flhcfior Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW YORK IVERPOOL Caronli ...DeclS .Dec 27 Carmania .Jan 31 bnhina. Jan 31 NEW via' Cherttturg mmi MaareUala Jan 11 I NEW via Havre and. Southampton George Jan NEW YORKr-PLYMOUTH j via "jnd London r BaxDnia Jin 14 Cauaodra .Dee 17 Jan27 Dnflj, Orders 7 ud Cable fNv tell information apply to in? R. S. and S.. 3- aeeuls, or to COB SCOTT, BLOCK. 270 Warn SU TO EUROPE FROM ST. JOHN leait., pec. 13, Ldr-pool 1 etorib, Dec, Itapms of FriiclCrDec. 19. LlTerpooI SJctlitn, Dec, 2l5t, Hayre- Londoo pac. 29. Antwerp BcolliA, JUL 4, Antwerp .AjrpJr Local Rfi or S.S. AcepU or W. C. CASEY, OwiOTri 'Allan, K1I- Ism ft McKay. Mate Winnipeg PACIFIC 1 SERVICED (EOiuuutOL Bulletin) An I'ntlro Lraluload of Block cars. carrying one ihousanj of cat He, arrived in the. t'liy Weducsiluy morn- Khlpmcnl consisting ot stocfcers [roui; jiho ranch, near Lm jAlberu. The Is a pur who unloaded the thirty-Eire earn nt the packing plant- yards, lit tlio Qorlhraileni pan of the city, for teed Jig before send I DC them on to TurUcrord. where Iho big hcrJ will La wintered (or the com-uny, This shipment or stock Is la fairly trooj condition .iltipUo the shortage of feed in the baring run on iho range couthwert of Copley lit (Lu constituency of McLeod. chase made by tbo DUTDS Co.. Llm- An Akron, O., maa becacio In- censed Ht Ihe Eervice in a public pay telephone booth and tried, to UU uiekel bark by cuttiiiG tho loll box from the InstruDient. Ho ivna (incJ- Thls colleclion nl tng that IIHS ever been offered for pile on of Toronto since the wu- began, Traa made by Mr. Eiwin J. Friend, at 165 Bolton ava., la order that he might he able- to show his tivo tons nnd son-in-law -when they returned from France just vhnt Toronto hu do for their comfort. deny. Toward tha end ot tic summer quite A lot of caltle were brought in this district, by unsurplus men irho took advantage ot the first stages ol the panic amongst the farmers, at four cents per pound, lire weight, end shipped north.. Bank managers ad- vised na not to sell stock at Euch sac- rifice. They said the Government iroiild see io it thai feed would ba gol (or tha.calUe; and Hie BanVs would carry UB'OVer'Jor another year any- And newspapers, in almost every issua "were telling us how'the Goferoinent ma Uckllnc 'the situa I1.Yes, read a lot about what the Government was to do, but in your Issue ;of lEKh'Inst, under the heading; ot HeJlef Agent Here Balng part ol ybnr first paTaeraph Ihus: "The de- parlmenL not EC cm to hare been properiyxoFlanked, as yetBunder, any one responslblB head, with'the reiul! relief, either'In the way of securing coal or flour-, r-rr- or feed for llrcstoct do niit seem" to be recelTing-the attention they should Bet.1' Yes-.we'bare heard, and we hear over and over again of what is going ip be done. of Job's com- forters to say; "Live horse and you wtll get oats Then 1 get my ball, 'of string; hnt' the red tape all Is a big'one, and requires a long Iroe to gel H QDravellcd, and tbe poor orse has lo lick snow; and by and iy his. ribs and backbone get very jare, and flt last hl3 patience gets es- lausted, perhapa'hls strength gets ex- lausted also, 'and he lies down and ,les In the snow ere tho red tape ball IQ yonr issue of 19th InsL you also j us a statement from Hon. Duncan Hay and Green Feed Far Sale In CarloU Only Al quality upland- bay. FTID Freight.- Green feed cut Lefore the Trost, cured and lota of uts In It. See 'samples and OUT A. SMEATON .1H2 1rt Ave. S. Phon. PRICES TALK HERE price our goods lower than Qm largo departrWol Blore find l order F. A. ROGERS Mfl 13th Street North Blue Car lo Door. rlaraball, ii wbjcb joa him as 3 White Star Line tvr WHrTI iTAR LINE NIW YORK-T-tlvinrooi. v.-.DecM Billlc ....Dec22 IHbm _ rni'1 -JM 7 -trtW ..DecIS AilrialJo ...JM 3 lUI'.waj or S. 3. Ajent, SIC Hals "The feed Bltuallon baa been lonslderably relieved by shipments o: taj bnt a good deal of dttriculLy baa experienced "la movlns H inrely must ha hard "work to move hcse. carloads of hay oa which ;.P.TL only one-half of the relght from the GoTernmenU In tbe tame Issue-of-your "paper is a Iclte Irom Mr. John A. in which be says. "One man went Eas a month ago, loaded a car ot hay him self, law Ihe car start on Its journey but till car1 has-not arrired ret." Bonder the hay sent fonvart collect from the CouttE." 11 .not. ihcnj will be "a deal of difflcully espericnced In mnv ing iL'Mo Its destination. The lasl boy'I bought last spring ,.as from. 9 farmer east of Trarera Thai nay had been loaded IQ tbe car lor over five and when, at last It-reached Travera it was so lale lime lhal Ihe did nol need It for spring 11 surely muat hare been a difficult Job moving that car when It look Ihe united pow- ers and elforls' of, the Government and Hie O.P.H. over five months to move It 50 miles. According lo your report, HOB. Dun. can Marshall goes on lo say, "For ine past several months tbe provincial dc- yattment of agriculture has been put- ting prospective purchasers in I ouch wilh men who had feed for sale----- Hay hai been secured In Kaatern Can- ada p.nd also In Manitoba, some of TrhJch has 'arrived In the province, am) ia for sale lo purchasers at act- ual cost." 1 wonder what the actual cost ol this hay Is.- Some carloads from Kaal em Cap aria bave como lo Traver? and Is being retailed under municipal an tlioilty at per ton. 1 managed U> get three bales at Hut af though It IB claimed to be "Govern- menl hay'' and relailed under munici- pal nulborlly those, and llioEo only, bard caab cao get any M ft. I would HVe lo tell you and Ihe Hon. Dunuo Marshall tbal ihc pro vlnclal Department of Agriculture does DO! nerf to tell us whore feed can to bpug-bL I hare before mo jotrw rerr quoUllooi. J. A! Bear Lake, Alia, qnolca best upland prame hay at f30.00 per Ion, F.O.B. Peace .HFvef. Hut we would bo obliged to Ihe dcparlmcnt, or to Rnyoue fcho tell us liow to get It here, [fence lo say hing unciimplinipntary of the, C.PJt, or a Government official. Man mar, if ho 50 wislies; ulaspheme the .Imlghly, without fear or dread of tor- oral .punishment but none may" late ihe name the C.P.H. m Tain, prob- iblv ilnfl shall bo iue me if you puTnish Icuer, yei humbly ask you to give it space in >oth your Weekly and Daily editions, r, if you j'udga it unfit for the public o humbly-ask: you lo forward t io the President, and Managing Erector ot your paper.- Though aro now' the bonndari" of his constituency yet we claim .his In- fluence arid sympathy; The case is and I shall meekly bow be- ID. a.rod.of cbastisement .if onlv ihis letter would arouse somo Strong man to rise In his jlreagth and put iLs wheel' and move iese heavy-cars that, criflenlly arc :oaded and side-tracked, -and -which ueilher ihe Hon. Duncan Marshall nor can'move. It Is knowledge now common Lo all men .that hay. cfcn be'govfrom Coal- dale, or elsb within ;he radius .irhere the free freight Is.not' obtainable according lo the betwceii the Dominion CXP.R." Dealers ospecjallyp ii. snch a price tbal slock'must "slarrc- Bul outside that from a dis- tance where, the Dominion Gorcm- ment pays half tba freight, It la a hard Job and a slow one to get cars moved. If the C-P-R- can show satisfactory proof that 50 prr. ccnL ol bay ordered on these terms in (ne Fall of last year was delivered with L three-'month 3 of the filling' of Iho orders I, shall publicly apologize for what 1 write. Car shortage! Tha farmer that I know of as yet who has got carload of bay lo TraTerg Is Mr James Hooker, but ha paid Uio freight in full to Ibc C.P.R. when it arrive 1 Mr, Editor, IL Is galling in the Ireme for us In Ihla drought-striken country lo read your reports ot car- shortage, and superintendents beblnc Ihelr desks till midnight. Why die the C.P.R. nol bring the carload b hay referred lo by John A- Graham to destination in, at IcaaL, a niODth and havft It delUercd, and utilise that car their car ehortage dlalress9 Please, lei us have leas reading aboa car. shortage in your paper. ontU nuw hoir many more cars are d and iraiuoveablo like the one- re- erred lo by Mr. Graham. H does not require much foresight ir prophetic vision-to see the dawn o[ tlie coming day when another power hall moTe them.-.That' day hag al- eady dawned on Ontario, but I sup- before it hreaks over Southern Alberla the bonca our cattle shall be whlto on LLo prairie. Xcrerlne- lest, couie it will. Yours sincerely. A. McCombe. Travers. Dtfc. 2. 1019. A Chicago druggist [incd for "doctoring'' candy to "get' sneak thieves. A man testified he bought stmio nnd it mado his wife sick. The Nordheirner Apartment .Upright "TTHLE last word in Piairo craftmanship at a price remarkable for such quality. We offer this instrument as a, culmination of seventy-eight years of experience. Built tO' conform lo the limited dimensions of the modem home and at the same'lime to satisfy in artistic piano gives a wealth of tonal' richness not to bo obtained in any other Piano of its size. ASSmiBOiA MUSIC CO., LTD. 315 6th St. 3. Phone 1545. ;PUREAND LLICIOUS fls a most beverage. Fine flavor and aroma and it is healthful. Well made cocoa contains nothing that is harmful, and much that is beneficial. It is practically all nutrition.. Choice Recipe book free. Walter Baker 6 Co.Limited Established 176O. Montreal, Can. Cinoda FoodBonrdLicensell-690 FORUM SUNDAY, DEC. 7th J STARLAND THEATRE Dr. J. S. Lovesring, Speaker Doors Open, 2.45. v it.3.00 Everybody Welcwnf. .Queitloni and Allowed. Mean Restleil Nighti which sap DiDficr luiVs In ercrr andstreneihindtvoU SCTOOI ht the oi OTW 60 yean :n uie, RED SPRUCE JCUM CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL WAY ASSISTS CALIFORNIA VISITORS. The I'assenger Depart men1- Ilcprc- of Uio C'auadJan I'scIHc Ilnllway in San FrAnnlsco arid Lo? Ajigeloa are In a position lo giro nh- efstance lo HCTT arrivals In ihoso Ins, In tho way of securlns dallon such E3 cottages, bncgalows. apartmenU, rurnished roorr.i. fttc, Tho C. P- it. organization In California Is placed at Ihe disposal ol any person from Canada whelher they riiro purcbfleef ticket from i'ntm or noi. This will bo of help (o large 'numbers of AlbcrUna and others who go to California, many of Ing ro moving on ih> other or the 1 Atlantic.) Notice To Farmers Who may have Dreised Poultry, Veals, Small Beef and Pork, Eggs or Butter for Sale. Give us a trial. Wo need oil tblfl one! will par Ihc right nrtco for same. SILVER GRILL N. H. MURRAY MANAGER Repair Parts for Hudson Automobiles We are clcuring out our stocV of repair for Hudson Cars, 1910, 1911, 1912 and I9IJ modcU at nveriging 662A% Ul-jw regular prices. You can put your old Hudson in good shape ajain a.t comparatively small cost. A list of parts we have, with prices, will be tent you on request. The Dominion Automobile Co. iMt 146-150 Bay Sfreel, Toronto, Canada ;