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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATCnDAY, 'FEBRUARY 1, 1019 THE tETHBRlDOE DATt.Y HERALD PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington RUBBISHfmULHtM TO StOPl COLLECTIONS Kvf-i-y if. founded on, rr'd'r. urA by Us We jr.: Snii-1 rloiv and doubt- [ill HIT" :ni-. R. C. FARHIS SERVICE AGENCV 5 Slock, Ltthtrldg. Phone 1616 Join the-LIBRARY EXCHANGE at EVERALL 4. FRANKS SO'JTHABD BLOCK Third Avenue South MCEPIGOD io ;nir.mtafio the prrftuve v! miinbi-r cf young folk at die rt'VivJi! Ijt.-t night. KvaimtfllM >-ns brh-fly ;uUI reused ttx-m on I ho tm- IHJI-UHH.-U o( lolil tin1 "S.ifi'ly I'ir.n" vIH- bU- in UH- Siati-s at wry railway Na- tion itail vrvry stKdnilKiiU whsrf, wml Jiuvv ilie bloi-k system on In re- "Siitety ;lr i Mn'i'ty lii-ld over pjH'nd liic (Hililic Ucallh. WHS In liie (tistitti- linii u f drinkiKK cujts in plat-e of ihi? old-fabthioiiod lin cup wlili tliain iinar tit'it at public drinking fountains. hi itio "Safety W.TS from Ood'd point nf vli-w fit way boys and pirls con- iluclcil tlwir HVCJ-. With this preface lie M-CMII on to fits text 'from 2nd Sam- iirl. the ISlh chapter, verso 29. Tilt preacher tlwclt on ttio ttory ut ilit dealli ot AbsAlom, with live In- iiutry David to tlie messengers who brought him tilling of Ibo balUo Uiat ns buiiin fotigltt: "Is young man Absalom WHS liaugliiy, proud :ind loulish to think hu could under uiitic and rule his father's kingdom. He 'was sorry for anr boy vho witli i he siiiuc- siftrH thought ho know more ilian Viis father. Hut in spile of his ill's conduct, David was oniioua for his He yas more anxious to of, Uio young man's satctv than 10 fcnovr II the 'battle had won. Xo yowng jicraon is' ssfo ivlio leaves God out of bis or her Hfe. Wo liave 10 ihnnk Gud for oducational and EO- ci.il advanlagos. but t bey do not gwar- jmico tbo sMiMy of thu yonns Jifp. "1 challenge any tlm in pLU-hor, "to guaninlco that by a good alano his boy will lie eafo ten' years hence." If young pt'ople arc to be safe und to do tlio right tiling they should yet into their Uvrs. No young perEon is aufc maXos fun of the church, the Sunday and tha Bible, Whun a 'buy or girl makes fun of the Biblo Uicy are making fun of a book that ftrouglil vihe greatest to their mothers. It was the last hook they rctul for tleatb. are" young people ivlio say they do want lu go lo church. they make futi of tho church they are mak- ing fun of the ulaco which 'hrought comfort and joy lo thoir mothers and where they wore born again io u new life. SomfcOiio lias' enld that it ft ynimp inan wil} Lake caro of hJs character III? rfljiiilailon will tiko care of Itself. This was true. Wrong influences and iv roii gf companionship will with raUistrflphe.1'. There is tlie story of the parrot which eaoapml from its cagtf sod went out into the It was set up'pii by crows xviio pulled its fealhera out, and would liavfr Ijoen killed had not (is owner come im. the ncnno. Picking up the parrot iho said, "t'rt'tly J'oHy, what Istis hfipiimietl to nntl'the parrot ri-plfrrt, "Ujiil com pan tons." This was .in iUnstnitimi of ttio ovit Uiat 'wnutd liioKc M'ho strayed aiviiy nml folt in witli iiaU nssoctatcs. Tins ovnrigcKst iibW up lo thy llit- awful example of tho younff IIOVH rt-Em were recently up in ihc juvcnllo court nnd punl, Ik1 wariU'd them of the seriousness of evil, asaocto lions, with an exhortation that thfij- givo iliek lo as tlio only. menus of ln-ing safe. .Vo young inau orj is sjifo wlu> is nol willing to live a life cletuiPGd from hail ARCHANQEL, Jan. soclAted violent Attack by the BoEthevlkl on the American, Riiulun and British posiilon at Taroievo compelled ih I year the Canadian will bo all s orbed wl prtBeut hud iliav for Uiu Host Uif-rc will bt prac- tically Hie nt trfcii- ing In wheat, Mrith likelihood liiat [lie prke l-tvel will 'not IK- nuKli bo- With to meat nroducfF, thy prosrtecU for Canada art! not sn Hnjjfi n.uantltk'5 of bacuii. much of It oi -AH indifferent quality, is in slur- nge in England, and being yold j under KiivirrnnitHl control at prices I fixorl by its ro.st. ihij.s restricting (ho rc- srrtingcii tliat lie should he p.ccoinpau- ic-il by imotlier dolcgMc lirK- Ish Isles, this invi'.atiini was cxlcml- eil to Sir itobcrl in view of the fart that he had taken n promin- ent part in ondeavoring to reach a sol- uHioii ot the very serlona problems which are by the existing conilitions in llussia. At ilio same time. Gen. Uoilia was offcreil, and ;ic- cpnteJ. meinbcrslilp In the important Kreat powers" comnil55ion tn Poland as representative of the British Em- pire, In view of Canada's claims to ho ruiircsentcil as nn autonomous nat- ion at tlio peace conference anil hav- ing regard io recognition yf thai claim, Sir Rotoi'fl Corden telt that. cuulil not reasonably ileelinu this tlitly, whiffi he accordingly accepted, nl- though Rome rehu-tancc as he realized that it niight postpone his re- turn to Canada'beyond tho period which lie .iiail anticipates. It now niK doubtful whether the conference uii? inuvcuiunl that the ROV- crnmenl shonl.1 jicc-upt a loss put the liacon on the market at lower prices, but. in any event, inarkei Is: likely to lie overstocked for at least six months. Sir John Ile.ilc in iu touch with the Canadian ministers here ami dis- (.nsstng matters with them as they iiris 11 o spent Wrtln y forenoon iti conference ivith them. Xorman. Lambert, secretary of the Canadian council of agriculture, also -Tvas in at- tendance. Or, Robertson and Mr. Moyd are coming over from London to lake ]mri in further dis- cussions affecting Canadian interests esls in relation to trade ami food SEAGER WHEELER VERY CHIRPY REGINA. Feb. Seager Wheeler, the world's champion wheat grower, looks for a bumper crop this summer. He bstes hit prophecy on the "fourth cycle" theory, the fact that the history of the west shows a big harvest every fourth year. The cycle was first recognited by him in 1906, and since thin has worked out with unfailing regularity. Mr. Wheeler doesn't look for a very soring but jayi a lot of snow will fall yd. LAND FOR SALE I'.tplylcr lltntloa Tti Hirt'.l! "S A I K: iTrai) i -iiTV WouUl consider tmsu icoiieriy part Ijaymt-nt. Apnly 7 iwt, school clem lore; i Ta'ber; SI" pov aero tsli. Tato-r, Ally. SITUATIONS WANTED Thi wunU jiVlj as driver or any iii'iilf Knows city woll. fan drive oar. Apply Uox SO Aii exiic-rienc- r. would like nniuier. Would 341, U-C ___ _ Farm wm ed with hnrs work in spring ami take on shares. Uow Iriftiiii, AUa. of Julni H den tract, close to Hty limits; gooJ liounf. wire fence. ca-U. terms. I'hone KOK funr inilos spoilt Invest ot Raymond, AlhertA. Will half or all. for dot nils address jHox fiTfi Washljuni, S. A. KOIt Ilanch compnaicK about 425 acres of deeded land, part irrigat- ed, 0 1-2 fc-ectSons of land, all well watered and well fenotd with aU necessary buihlfnjja. K, Mudic. Eagle Ilutto. Medicine; Hat, Alberta. _ mati utiv province CT Alberta. ;L sell ins Ar- ticle plionc a Bidclin'-, ou emrnL apply llu om mission, for Ik-raid, or j farm by young married couple, no children; woman good coot; insin experienced farmer and tractor engineer. Apply Herald. fruit land, 40 miles south of Nelson, U. yood land on railroad. Two corner lots on inaiu business street of Wru. Ingram. Hal moral lilocii. Letliljridgc. Phone 12-J3 or tSO. FOlT acres Irrigated lanTl four miles from elevators. All ready for crop in spring; breaking. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE sj-.il.Al will b-i row-iv-l by Uu- board of TrusteesnfOmtls Villas-1. School District Xo. nl the ORUr vill L-e re- turned on i of a bcma fido tender with plans awl Tlio luwpsi or ;my louder will not neces- sarily IK- accc-pte-i. I'JiiLi-; may lie at tiic of K'lucauo'.i, KiliiKHLtim. Alia. MISS FItANKlK CLAUK. Sec votary-Treasurer. CwiUs Post Oflke. t'muU. AlUi. January Ad V BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Ccuntry Office Phone w RESIDENCE Phone 1098 TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13lh Street N. 3S3-S5 Phone 1050x J17 13th St. N. A. AND FEED STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board No. 9-11108 257-Q LOST SCO-DO por atrc. terms. !GO ncrcs six njiles from elevators; all ready for crop in spring; 191S urcak- j "'g Disced four titues; J37.0P per FOUND I U'crta Block. Phone 503. city llowiae FOU SAI'K- lo. Finder kindly return to east SOLJR GRAPES EoStl.me.l was so-inter- esting and FU v '1 Yip Uen, 310 3rd Street S. still for ivboliesj reiving .yqn even duririg his Telegram, irill take place, in view of tb ed attHiulc of several of Hie govern-j wliifli are stiil carrying on wftr TRUTH IN JEST WILL THB PAitTY'u-Iio tooh cffiUl's auto wheel coaster from 1257 ill) Ave. 50iitii on kindly return to save trouble. C j MO.I E Tho road to suoccss 13 apt to "lie a (return to 1209 7i _ _ _ __ LOST A mounted fountain pen, with th'fi name "Aftoh" inscribed, a number of days ngo. FlmTer with oacl] other in Canacfa Interested A form of international control in j I long, hard one, my boy." "Arc tliere no short cuts, mj'l ?oit. Our penitentiaries who took lite short which Canada is specially interested aro fntl of metl took la Umt exercised Ly tho Inter-allied supply 'nnd relief commission with headquarters here under the general direction of Herbert Hoover. Tiio liritlsh repvesentalives upon tlie sup- reme council whicli general control aro Lont Heading-anti Sir .lohn i Ilefile. Tlio Jailer is nctlvcly engaged f in Ilie cxeculivfo work ot relief. -The done is a ronlftmalioii of the infer-alh'eil fooil organization which during (lid wnr Ceil the allifd nations anil rationed 'neutrals, ii'jrchasfns sup- plies wlicrerer they could te obfain- ed throiifili the agency of the wheat ex- ecutive with headquarters In London. Canada during tlio'-war FolJ all her surplus loodaluft's through this chan- nel. Definite official statements "na to ilie intentions ot this international organ izatlon are expected shortly and mean- while there are indications of the general trend ot its iioliry. The us- sumption would appear to Ije justified that conditions as they have been will Le continued until ths end of.August, the close of the current crop year, with two probable nioilifirations. One whl be a partial roleuso of tlio control now exercised ovor neulrnl countries- Snh- ject lo stipulations that their Imports of. food njust not exceed domestic re- neutral will he free. lr> imy wheat where it cati IIQ oli- ininuti ami i-iirry it to their own iiorts by any shipping that is availaldo. The other modification will the supply- ins of. n certain amount of food for Nothing Like Internal Bathing for Con- stipation reward. Between Ave. S. and receive JOth St. south and 515 7lb St. south.. Gold soveroign, initialled W. (i. V, Kit] fie r please return to M5 7th St. south 'and receko re- ward. ST I IAY snTall pigsTanV bus left ear clipped flinl weighs about 120 pounds; the otlier about pO pou Tlownril 'for information leading their recovery. I'hone 350. One red helter, cumins li years, branded on left ribs Toward for Information hat Intermil leading to recovery. M. J. If people only knew itliing is doing lor thousands of llolilrio. Travers Laxatives swalloivad ami very much less suffering from Const fan and (he accompanying Stonmch and Xer- vous trouljlcs resulting from it. Mrs. C, >1. of ytratbroy, Ont., writes: "I raided to tills extent. Germany ivill lie aliowod fniport in excltango for a con. prnlile amount ot tho gold available for this purpose, together with ei- j ports of uolnsh to an amount to be j fixfld. Private Merman credits (a Uer-! many and In other parls ot ths vrorld may also be ovaitnblo for thoae i rmrchasea. It is that (lie