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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, I-KimuARY 15, TllK l.bUUIHinCiK DAILY 1IKUAI-D PAGE MINE CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY ALBERTA PROVINCIAL BRANCH. Notice of Annual Meeting TO THE MEMBERS Jknubtrs Alberta of tlio Society LtiMtU'h CimuilUn Nul Crc v.Hl l.f, ln'M In iLu Hall Koum u! OH- Pallivcr ILntfl. Xiiuh Avt'iui" In Thy nt Cillery, in tho J'nivlneo of .-Mteru. ON TUES- DAY, THE tSTH DAY OF FEB RUARY, lim, ar 2.S'> o'clock i-i Uw ufK'ruotm. I'-r ihi' imrpOBe of receiving ami niiislik'rint; Awiui'.i the Officers S'H'imy fur luo yenr rml Ing I'LI- J91S: for tlift eV'.Ilcm of Ottiei-ra aw! Honorary Ami Hot.i for en- Mifm; year, for ttm transtiu- lion of Bfiifratly. in- rti'iinkC the If fliniiiclu itesimlitc, ilw passing api'lk-iili-m lii'imr minim to lh-j I'arlismu'iil nf CamilH by thn HfO Cross Sr.rfrty lo extend the powers of the So- cjiMy yo 1" fJiiiblo tt to.carrv on i f Hi'f uUicr work ami to lU-vilop a i-ivilkni fliul Iwjinc sor- vice ckiiiirtmfnt. in UUIPS ot Ity of sh'i I-'sccuiivc Otticorp, MAUV PISKEIAM. MARY K: WAAf.KX. Joint SetTC-tr.riPs. ralKary. IPJ3. V.'iJfcM, dyJvgalo of the Boa- iiwnV nml Fireman's I'nlou of Oreat loft on Tutsiiay afier a remarkably sui-cost-fiil vwli. during lio near- Iv a. of int-n an-1 iiiou. lie Is houtliiiK liome lirllhin, but will fill a number ol misahhiK entsiiKPiiK-nrsi on tils way' oast. Ho will go iho Kootenays! riiiil tho r row'si Mr. itio followiiiK to tho Vancouver "Men vlioso boaei H is iluit yo ctuno df fathers linive ami Irpe, lumor tlifi gallant dcafJ by i'oinjuittcil liy the llun." Mr. Wright on nestlay next in jiutli- torStii'.L Thousands of Applications anil Department is t'liury in llranlinu; Them SuitaMe AH Coughs Some- ol the lUffiaiUy puijlic in passruons for ;ravcl to Kurop- cyii JIUJ-IH (Tiv-n !U-r.i1ii ihis morning by Mr. Arnnl-i F. spec lit I ofllcc-r ttic of iisiniiffation who is In the city today on duty, "Al tilt? UlJlO ihl-ttJ iit'.' srlnlitsetTr 'desiring to IF- lUeui paisnmrts for irav-1 Kur- ojJL'. AnJ Iliero :ire ns numy in prj- [ly.Mlon of the iJ'.oifJy of ask- ing Kdv.'irniic-iit [or JUT- mis.-lon to KO nci'USii uiiil ihe ilov- iiiiatvd hattU U'Jt KuTfjpe Is short of if jn-ojile aUinvcil to go across liitve to FT-ut to (ceil thpni. They result Is lhat aiiiilir-atioiis for paspporis must lie upon him by HU llw Ktagl imOTHKHH.E. HAS BEEN KNIGHTED Sir man, ivlio h managing dirtvtor ol ol lTK1lj' Harrods'. IxmdonV grcaieat .lepart-j "But Uoos Hie Bovc-rnmtnt that mont store, lias hcsn vcn' active in aliens from c-iicmy comUm-5 rte- war work. lias sat on several coinmKtocs, one of the rtc-piit as ;i inctntior of :i com- tllD Clf to inquire into all of the ministry of mu- Mr. lic-rbori K. llurbldge, stores for Ilio Hudson's Hay Company in Canada, la a brother i cif Sir Wooilmnn. "Mother and Her Pets Love Candy Cascavets" Careiul mothers that Cascarets in the home means less sickness, less trouble, less worry, less cost. When one of the kiddies has a white tongue, tainted breath, sour stomach or a cold, a Cascaret quickly and harmlessly works the poisons from the Vwer anil bowels anil all is well again. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy J3 made from ITS w hich work' easily and Oclk'Ul'j (issues ot the Uiruui. 7-hddLj helil owiue to HIP ri'd tapo con- with securln llorala askod. Mr, George touU not answer that question. He ailniiltfsl tlul it was a [acL that many alifiis want to back to the Land of their birth, and lhat the returned eoMier.s .vould be nnly too pleased tc sen them out of the way in order to relieve the unemployment situation. Hut the order respecting passports is very strict and it will only be on strong pressure bcin? brought to bear thut It will lie chang- ed al the present. So that, unless the gos-ernment Will Supply Trade of South tmd Capable of Extension sis Business Grows The P, Burns Co, oiicnoi! their new abattoir in Lethbri'bo OH Wednesday' changes its attitude, thc> 2000 or more last when the animals aliens in the mining cauijis along the Nest line wlio are now lY.inting to go back, will have to wait for a re- laxation ot restrictions which will come about in tlic ordinary course ot ev en 13. .slaughtered. From now on it is the company's intention to supply tho .trade so Tar as from meats slaughtered in the rity. The new abattoir is located south- east oT the fair grounds, just south ot The suggestion was TPTuie to Mr. the C1. P. R. stock vanh. ConnecteJ GeorKe. that the issuing of jiassports with it are tho rbuiiwny'.s new yards .......ut which weigh si-ales arc to lie locat- ed. As yftL the plant is small, but evij-1 once that the company intends to) to the aliens might he ulaced m the hands of an immigration official who visit the districts specially for that purpose, or that it might be lelt to district court jyiges. It is possible Hint some such suggestion will passed along to tho government. bo TO MOTHERS! While all children detest castor oil, calomel, pills and laxatiYcs, they really love to take Cascarets because they taste like candy. Casearcts work the nasty bite, sour fermentations and constipation poison from the child's tender stomach, liver and bowels without pain or griping. Cascarets never disappoint the worried mother. Each 10 cent box of Cascarets contains directions for children aged one year old and upwards as well as for adults. Mrs. Pry or Given and Her Husbiind in {he Case Gait Hospital fount! to have been negligent 1n Its care of Mrs Marion Fryer, make Lethbridgo its Southeni Alberta headciuarters is shown by the fact} that in fonnectioi> with tlie new plant U lias an area of ICO acres which will he used for extensions, rtirther stock- yards ant] feort yards .15 the business grows iiud centralizes here. The com- pany is much interested in the irriga- tion projeels which are now being in the'south as there is no doubt thai when 500.000'acres more land is' Irrigated' 'alone the railways serving the city the livestock market hero be eaual to any In the west with the exception of The abattoir'', thougU sniall, U {having a plenlitui water'it will be sanitary in every respert. In addi- tion Die company is installing Its own refrigerator nntl icing plant, so that it will be able to store days' sup- ply ol hilled ineaf s at the nlant lo Kno'-igh ciitHo and "pryor'irhlle tW i.cly was imclerEcini; to aurt an operation (hore last wr, Kill, hogBvr, I .shlerod tore lo up. local iind of the traHo remit IHo Jury in Ihe case In j local iind of te traHo Supremo Court on Friday evening company s line ol retail stores turncil a verdlcl In hor favor. The jury tho Pass but the local abattoir You Don't Have to Buy lhat NEW SUIT if you will send those worn suits of yours to the Lethbridgc Laundry Co.'s Dry Clean- ing Plant, V It is the only one of its kind in this part of the country. It is the only kind that COMPLETELY ELIMINATES THE SMELL OF GASOLINE. You 'can't afford lo miss ihe opportunity to have your suits made to LOOK LIKE NEW. Goods called for and delivered, PROMPT SERVICE, GIVE US A TRIAL, Lethbridge Laundry Co., Limited Phone 451 C. S. Farrow, Manager ell Mrs. Pryor al SnOO and tlie amount awnnleil her hnsbiiiul, who ivas tv co- pltilntift claiming damages liy reason of loss of domesliu services c[ his placed Iho amount of damages be user! more extensively for sheep, T.othbrilKe being the centre of the sheen industry of the province. Referring to the new plant. Ur. De- Veber, M.H.O., in his January report wife, at fiOO. Tile Gait Hospital "The now abattoir ot I'. Burns havo to pay also Ihe costs of tho ac-.aml Co. has heen inspected and I lion. I think, prove satisfactory ami fill a Mrs. Pryor herself was on the long-felt want in (Ms community." stand for the prosecution and com-1 plained lhat she is still severely han- dicapped ns a result of Iho burn she received from the hot ivator botlls placed against here after she was uken off the operating (able anil plac- ed In hcil. She is unable to do any heavy and it is very painful to her to Moop. 1 Canou MurrellAVrlglil, chairman of the Gall Hospital Hoard, was the main witness [or the defense, lie gave U as has opinion lliat the hospital was morally liable, but a hospital invest: gallon made by llitf matron could no', placo the blame and he would not ad- mit lejal liability. Alter the accident had occurred Ihe hospital authorities endeavored lo discharge their responsibility, giving Mrs. Pryor freo treatment, reliailiig lier hospital ac- count, securing a doctor, and In the end they gave her 550 lo pay the ex- reuses of looking after her house! the extra time she had licon in the hos; Pltal, Witness' IhouRlil Uicy hail snnt. coinfilainflut away nnil ft signed statement from her relieving Ihe hos- pital of further obligations .-.vas sub- milted in the evidence. On Monday niornlns the counsel In the caso will speak to the question o (axing lhc costs, and also on the ruies- I lion ot whether the }50 gift and the ot hospital expenses remitted should be deducted from Ihe damages awarded. In nny event the hospital will have to dig op flu additional Ihis year lo cover Ihe, fosi at the whole action. ALLEGED RADICALS ARRESTED SBATTI'E. foil. al- leBed radicals, all of Industrial Work- of tho World affiliation, hav! been arrested by rlly and rounly an thorllhM HH u result of the. recent gnieral sirll.i'. Of 1lie nniuuuV, seven are Mil In ilcl.mll of hull tliargea of criminal nnan-hy. Kltht m'ire warranls clirtrtflng offense arc nnsemil. Royal Arrowroot Biscuit A strengthening food for child or grown up. Makes brawn and muscle richly flavored Soda Biscuit. or plain, -in striped packages only. North West Biscuit Co. Edmonton tlHCTZD FOO35 WILL PREVENT DISEASE Food is always belter preventive of disease than or other but be sureiKe foodis nourish- ing and easily digested. Shredded wheat.. isihemost ihoroughly cooked cereal inihe world, it is ihe whole boiled insteam.diuwn into filmy, porous shreds andihen baked crispand brown in ovens. Epidemics of disease be tracedio tmder-nourishment. Keep yourself fit by eating foods tkt fortify you against disease. Serve Shredded Wheat witKhot milk or cream and fruits. E IN CANADA 61! i Announcement! Having decided to devote my time to tHe development of Coaldale and District. I take this means of acquainting the public of that fact. My long experience in the district should be ol value lo prospective purchasers and I will endeavor to give satisfaction to both the seller and the purchaser. Having colonized the origma Coaldale district I am naturally well acquainted with the land and am in position lo give accurate information as to values and general conditions. Considerable land has changed hands in this district recently and some dissatisfaction has been expressed to me as to the manner in which the transactions have been people have paid for Irrigated lands and have found to their sorrow that they had not sufficient water rights, exorbitant commissions have been charged and land lied up for speculative purposes. These conditions are injurious to the district and work a hardship on its proper development. Having been in the district since the first ditch was made and expecting to stay here for some lime yet and having considerable property in the district I am naturally intensely interested that it be developed along the right lines, so-it will be to the advantage of investors to deal with me rather than with outsiders who have no interests except the commissions made on the transac- interest will not slop at that the success of the purchaser depends my success and that of the whole district, and no effort will be spared to see that he is satisfied. I know the exact water right on every quarter section in the entire district and would advise all prospective purchasers to what they are getting before buying. Realizing that ihe success of the district depends upon reduc- ing some of the large farms into small farms, I am requested by a' large number of large land owners to subdivide these holdings into small farms. These farms will be well improved and will be sold on Very reasonable terms to actual residents. When these large farms are reduced and a family lives on every eighty or one hundred and sixty acres then the Coaldale District will commence to come into her own. My efforts will be directed to the bringing in of more people and I solicit the co-operation of all land owners of the district. Having established good connections in all of the irrigated sections ol the Western Stales, I expect a steady flow of experienced irrigation farmers into this district ihis year. Coaldale will receive a greal deal of publicity throughout the irrigated districts of the (Jniled Stales this year. A general publicity campaign is on foot and will not stop until ihe name of The COAL- DALE DISTRICT is as familiar to the farmers of the Western States as is that of the Greeley District of Colorado or any other of the Irrigation Districts of the West. Large farms must be reduced, the people must be encouraged lo locate is the first will follow when we have the people lo raise the producls. The possibilities oi the Coal- dale District have hardly been real development is yet to come. I respectfully request lhat all land owners in the districl who wish lo reduce their holdings allow me lo dispose of them. I will place actual residents on the farms and will undertake to give sat- isfaction. By working with me you are assisting in the development of (he finest body of irrigated lands to be found on ihe American COALDALE DISTRICT. Respectfully, HARRY A. SUGGJTT, Coaldale, Alberta. II ;