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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ____________ (asi-iiutod our lUougiits, since, e fcuow that whew they rake their heads, beneath them lie the boOies ot Dt TalO aunjfoiis of Canadian soldiers. Is ttie poppy a weed? it lanserous to begin its growth in Am- WEEKLY irk-a? Many opinions have been ei- ____ vrossed that it !s a most Td Piibliihtn .need that would toon overrun tae HERALD PRINT- f country. Opinion, however, (s not un- ING COMPANY. LIMITED mrmotts. Henry A. Dreer of Phlta- pM.iden- and Manssina Director I is any danger of the poppy spreading. n calls it a w-Brf, but is not altrm- John Torracce iu in America, lie TELEPHONES SJ-VS: lu.lncic 'The scarlet Field Poppy of Eur- Bdrterial 'Office 1224 ope. Papaver Rhoeas. is unnuestlon- stly a weed In a great msny parts ot Europe. The seed has offered in tils country for the last half cen- tury or more and as far as we know has not become a nuisance, notwith- standing the fact that a great many people have >freo.uently large quantities o' the seed over their fields wilh tho Idea of the bright color effects which it is customary to see in Eur- THK MONDAY. lor AI COALDALE lueetlns shall he change, in constitution. _ in meetings voltaic ujon oojfciiitutkin tho pallid for vctius shall ba ias inc- vail for elections. Article VII. Tte present dei- esales to Council shall nominate, for president aii.l secretary- treasurer as provided nbove; forthwith. PICKED UP iASSlNG 'IN KOK VHE IH'SY MAN Frederick ..Md'arlaae, uu old-timer The Brst election shall uiVwIot is dcatl. place on February 2Ilh. b.- Wilson, a totr Membtr Audit Bureau of Subscription Rites: Dslly. delhared.per week Daily, del'.re'red, per year IHlly. by mail. par. year Weekly, by mall, per year Weeily, by mail per year to Dates of eipiry ot subscriptions ap- dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers after U oar authority to continue the iub-. TWO SIDES TO WHEAT PRICE FIXING Saskatchewan farmers in convention deaanded'.a fixed price for the 1919 wheat crop, thus taking a contrary to that expressed" by the vote of the organized farmers of Alberta in convention. are no doubt arguments on both sides. But to-charge the farmers dmsjid a f iied Plice ior tue ing year with. betas profiteers ai is tetae in certatn eastern circles 1s in: iMUlt to tie. intelligence ot the -rteit Eastern Ca'ania Triih He hnndreds ot munition factories and tiousands of employes nenefitted by Ote tiled prlee on postern 19lS, 1S17 and 15IS lor at the time the price -was filed tie Is-w of supply demand tsd Bent It 4o 13.05 a tmsh- O, fWe Herbert HOOTET, the O. S. food ooatroller, in urging a filed price in tie States said: "Without SOTETH- ftent control tie price go to -4 7 ibnsfcel, for that .reason tie prtcft slsrald died in the interests and tar tie benefit ot CONSUMER." -'Those irbo think that farmers de- ope and while it is'possible that some of these sowings have given fairly good results the first year, we know of no instance in which they havft been perpetuated. This doubtless is largely due (o Hie tact thai our cli- matic conditions do not suit its re- quirements. Under ordinary conditions the plant blooms ia June, the eeed ripens immediately, ,'fallj. oa ground and qnickly springs up, if tbere is any molsiarii at taa lime but the hiA rammer months Julj Ssishes It so that there little chance ol it becoming a weed in this country. U may-interest-you to know that the so-called Shirley Poppy, of whick tons of seed are sown in this country every year, Is-nothing more or less than a selection from the Scarlet Field Poppy having nts qualities and not- OTihsianding that this enormous am-, ount a! seed is" town In gardens year after year, it has never as we' know become a weed in any sense. We do not seed of this particular Foppy is rnrorkras to stock1 or not We can find no rt In any -boots that we have, to, show 'that it-is and whiles It Is that opium is made from the capsules ol Paparer Sdmnlferum, this is on en- tirely different species than Paoaver In our judgment the fanner- who wrote regarding this matter is en- Oar Gum Correspondent) Keb. comm-jn- ilv dance on Valentine evening was enjoyed by thAusual number of en- thusiasts for this form of ;wclal en- joyment A vllentiw social was at thB school last Friday afternoon. Mlas Hunt was responsible for which was a very good one. sir. and Mrs. Hallam, on Saturday. Feb. 151h, a Several new .business betas delayed at present for one reason only. viz.. the lack of buildings to accommodate them. Two or three new dwelling houses are need at Community Meeting The final organization of Coal- dais Commercial Club was.carried out on Wednesday, Feb. ISIh. In the {lay Growers Hall. This club is npt.for social or convivial purposes. St-ln- tends to terve as the Coaldale IJoard of Trade and specialize on publicity for the Coaldals district. The dlrec- 'tors are: President Mr. Holtman; 1st vice-president, Mr. T. Dunham; 2nd Tice-presidenl. Mr. T. Bowlby. Mr. P. Knapp. Mr. P..Lund. Mr. J. Wells and Shall Begin" oa tlie prpb letns ot the reconstruction program That was Ihe Forum on Sun- day afternoon. S. S. Uimiuui being ,9 .speaker.. One- of-Ihe best place-' besiu uing to round out the-new xlcmocntcs for which the war was fought and won is in.tlie schools the speak er. Instead of looking on tlie school is ilo.id. raljlo diuuago to NN'orks. ausy a success 4n the comjieiiiivc romnicr- cm and inJu'sttial wprjj. fchooH shpuld primarily be fo'r-Hie teaching of good citizens, that diei inlfllirience of Ihe mass of the 'peorJoImay I'B raised to a higher standard.-; Saving of Capital Anolhcr place o! tegiuiiins is in the savins of capilal... UnaJ.ans the past have tended. me past nave lemicu. -t Xow the govermnOTt has.-pul inlQ op- at l. _ Mr. R. J. BaMry. The directors elect- ed Mr. H. A. Susgilt as secretary and Sir. Ben S. Pswson as treasurer. If you want to know anything about the" Coaldale district wrile to the sec- retary. Already about thirty-eight members have joined with a member- ship fee of 520.00 each. Vfhich fair indication ot confidence in this new enterprise. Mr. and Mrs. Hallam wish lo thank Uie ladies' aid for the beautiful gift of flowers which they received. Election of Officers The election of' president and sec- retary for tie Coalcale Central.Com- munity Council, will ,Jake place- on Thursday, Feb. 27th in the school auditorium at S p.m. The j of raoney It a copy of conslilutioa adopted n t ot Fife did i Belleville 1 Rev.- UotiaM Curriiv a well known Prefbyterhm died at Mount Forest; George Kounlid. a Sastalcfiowan fuiii'.er, au dlrplana for An aeriaj JreigUt line between Tw- onlo and-Hamilton is establish- At Santa Cruz, near Cornwall, ice eighteen inches- thicX been iiar vested. v C. I'. H. will bullil DO new houses at I'rc'-U'ricion. N.U.. to proviao for its employes and their families. i Ih'.Ueybury ol iuflueiiia. Itev. S. who went to Ca! ary in is leaving his paetorat there tJlis veek.to take up his dutie no Methodist book steward. Rev. S. A. I.iwrence. rector of Trin ity cliurch. Thomhiii. Out., V.nu iu i merly of Piucher Creek, Alta., die A War Lesson for Peace lias taught us to save; to get the most out of things; to get tilings that luve "most" in them. Ttat's a great lesson for. peace. In piano it means highest grade materials, and finest The Mason Risch Piano Throughout twenty Branch we 'not sell new and used musical in- struments, but supply parts and repairing for old ones. Do not hesitate to call on u.s W work'you may desire done on your piano, We give expert work, and quick service. MASON RISCH LIMITED. BALMORAL FIFTH ST. VLETHBRIDOB eration a nethwl .vvlie.reby everyone may save. Tbe plan-fa l.y means of thrift slamus and w.ir .saying certifi- cates. Irft Ihe nation save and lend money to the government. The people will ba the better citizens tor the saving, and the government will lie ot Police Gu-jsetl. of ranced (fcftt he would retire 1 "1s d Chfef o! I to, [this year. He lias been Si-yeurs in active sen-ice. John Hart. D.C. Minister of I" country In which tee peopla may tbi 1919 irheBt crop in the this it is desirable r, the wte'e question at Ci- ipg a price Is a feir trora the aipect of Canada's world trade relations and the government will haye tcx consider carefully' before maSing a, It is one of. the hard- uHjaut has to final est considertoday. tirely mistaken as to the chances "of tils becoareg anytirirrg more than It aameiv, 3, very pretty garden. annual.M Traiice -and well culli- Ated land. cpmmoa IE nd eight'honrs for Blee, Mid ttis come to M a pretty fair division "the the. average man -would be 'Old Eng Winter is Jmt jboionB as Out he hast abdicated For a dry pTOTihce, very' litely of just at last week. that the social activities of Ihe Coal- dale Community, should be co-ordin- ated and centralized, and whereas there are at present many different organizations" with a common com- munity purpose, and'siht'c'it n'as been a'gree4 by a meeting ot the citizens that action-in this ..matter should be laien fortiwiUi. Therefore be it re- solred that the present organizations agree to cooperate in the formation ot a central community organization. Article 1. This association. shall be known ai ths Coaldale Central Community Council. --u Z. This shall con- Elsl of one delegate from the. follow- ing organizations, together' with one delegate from each sfeditional organ- ization ot a similar nature that may he formed in the counss'ot time: .The Village the Public School Board, the U. f. the Women's In- stitute, the the 'Coaldale-Lethbridje .Water users Association, the Athletic. the Dancing Clab. the High School, .the School Teaching Staff> :the, Goaldale Commercial Club. In addilion to the. above dele- gates, there shall be a president and McreUTT-treasarer, who shall he elect- ed .by popular rote of the'entire com- munity. A vice-president shall ed by the Central Council, at its flrrt meeting. wjll he nceSed in the .nest tew for reconstruction prdblt -ear: Laud must be secured for the loans must- Le gianted. with which to improve Ihe lanil aud makB it productive. Then ques- the year. O. F. Allison, oi Cobourg, .fractured': his in resulted from his being struck on (lie heels by a' -curling stone. Capt.Jacli Vernc-r, a popular Winl'ii- office, who delivers' mail OQ a rural i been committed lo await a charge ot opening u parcel and eitracting therefrom cer- in' chattels. Mr. and Jlrs. Biihnilm Poapst, of Korthfielu, near Cornwall, celtbr'aled tho COlh of wedding. They have five great-grandcbiUlrcn. 'August Schuli'bf Bashaw was in Hie court, at Carurose fined for being found in ot an Illicit liquor still.' In addition lie was pen- alized to .the extent "of J300 'excise duty. f' I', is reported that E. Beatty, K. 1. the la order to be sp; cWentally tie speafcsr arsed I again the n-ed In LeUAridgc of a -home- building aad loan; association so that the man of Ema'li.ineinS: may be Ohio to buy.hb home and jiavjfor it mpnth- the end Painters anil papern; [giiia are asking for. a 4 v is reported tat eay, C., of the has been olfereii accepted the position of chancellor of Queen's "University In succession to the late -Dr. JanltS Doug- as, of iX'ew. York. Two -million of flour have arrived nt Waraaw froni Danzig. Boni- ng through by in record tlino Inferferenee by the. Germans. It will be distributed In Iho city, tliu Lodz mining dUlrict. Cracow and 1-om- Araericau ofricers supervise of the four and will prevent spec- ulalors from getting it. _ In a yablegmm to, tho Russian em- bassy the Omsk Covernmeiit thnt liic emlivsy douy "most emphat- ically" Ilio rumor of nn agreement be- tween Siberia and Japan uuder the Omsk Government accepted an of- for of men, money. and arms vrith which to fight tho Bolsherlkl.. y.asie-n.. r.i is needej a. contijnted people and a prosperous conibiunrty. The speaker deprecated' the man- ner in which, political campaigns in this country are'.'carried'pn, and also ._.......... ail hourJ Tiieyjiow L week .and receive 65 cents in'liour.' Mon-treal Anglican Synod adopter! a reEoiutiori sympathizing ytitk Poland and protestihg'-tirainst the Polish them. Government's treutment. 'of ttus country are carrieu ua. >u.u Chief of Police Sleiain at Brantfori the lethargy b'f so manj peiple in-the i reports that the foreigners in that eiercise of IheiF So many city numbering a tenth of the popula- r_ tlou 'an? responsiole for n fourtn of the crime." t .-1 GtTman-Au5trian- delegation haa arrived-it Paris from-Vienna to cpnfe? with British, French and United Staltii o'ficials in 'connection with-the- food and financial (jfcsUone. Practically ail Ihe coal mines In the Grand mining field In NVB. have been closed because of the uusat- people have 'hauled to Ilia Who furnishes tne money for the cam- paigns. The people'sn'oiilil know, in fact the speaker' though't. that the. 'ex- penses should 'and made. a matter of public. in the end the people way or another. Thn anada in the. Calgary gas agteenaat, it is alleged. Tt doera't iar to top don Uw fa bill either. r bn in' OT morallyr under the Eli hoar nwaW to be proren be- fore meet -with popular f There la MI old Bible ruling that a man (toll eun his bread by the Dullest saTiac got knocked In ths head In the Uoited Stales "for year, ud tie rMalt -will obtaJa to CanaJa. Ttw farmers ha-ren't much ijsfatkr ftf tBe cotters. of ita tirtm. toe pkmeera ot ica, and the pteneera oi'ttute i dldnt brmg tie; country !p the "li a 4ay'. We doubt t to be deprived of ft until a proper of -the. -privilege was alned. And in the'new democracy, the day. mock afraM that do sow If they, hear -WHght hsfore 'they i. dUce Can- cotafderatloh in tils inatter.. ada. Taert are K. the present Btntr and ar oh the point it. yean. did i the PMt'fwir