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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Y, FliURUAHY 20, 1920 THE LKTHHHHXJB DAILY HKRALD, PAGE NINE Very Optimistic Feeling Pre- of Const. Duquette. (From OUT Own Correspondent) MACLEOD. and district are enjoying more real winter weather tlmii for many years, plenty of winter sports, skating, curling, slt'igblng and boys and girls Jiave their sleighing parties. Tho farmers enjoy seeing the BLOW when it helps to make but they. are. not so enthusiastic when they have to buy all t'ae teed'for the stuck. But they 'this soon over, and we will liavo plenty of feed for man and beast .They.arc all happier.now 4hjt they Know that the seed que'stlon is iibont settled, and the seed wlili feed is assured. Som6 changes (n lands are be- iiiK wade in this district, and many enquiries are being received from Jar- mers east, vest and soutli. Town property is also on the move. A very desirable properly sold this weok for a very good price, and all partius are satisfied with the price. Other deals aro belne made and the pros- pects are good Cor. some building dur- ing 1920. A great many enquiries are being received for farms lo rent, or lo go oh shares, this is thp year .for; Ihet'Wg crop, and seed mid implements are in great demand. M. Donahue, aAd feed man, visited Jdaclepd'for the week-end..and took inony orders for feed. This batch of orders will clean up all he lias he, if going UTlobk tor and'Oiinks lie can land' iL farmer's' man from jhe. south is .now.iire- parlBg 'his implements, and 'start.in the "Ills now in good order, and. He bels he. will -lie seeding as early .its. anyone in the south." The largest- .military funeral for some time in Macleoil was held .Mon- day morning when the late Constable Joseph Duquette was 'aid to rest in tlie Koriiaii Catholic cemetery with all honors as given by the noted force of which he was member, the It. N. W. Police. The Imdy was carried on the gun carriage id the cemetery, whero the remains were, lowered, the .trumpeter sounded the-last post, and 'the firing party discharged their duty. 'The return' of: the men was a sight soldom seem, "and will -be remember- ed by all who saw It. Major Douglass loadithe funeral procession. E. Noi'uian Smith Named To Take Place of Late E. F, Slack GOOD ainty Feb. :a- -fully attended 'meeting of the hoard of di- reclors of (he. Canadian Prcsa, Limit- ed, held here yesterday, 'a resolution was passed regretting the Joss to the association of its E. P. Hlacli. V- j John Scotl, manuging edilof-oj the Montreal Uezetle anil a director; ot that company, was elected director lo till the vacancy, 'The first vice-presi- dent.. K. H. MackUn, who performed Ihe duties pre'sidenl. said :hc .lelt Ilia'. It was in the interest of the asso- ciation as a whole' that that office sliouid be filled by" one of the'Ontario find Quebec directors, and accordingly K. Norman Smith, vice-president ot tho pitawn -Journal, was iircnnimously tor the balance of the association's year. The auling gcticritl manager, 5. V. R. Livesay, pre- sented a report covering the reorgani- sation ot the news services of the as- qn wlii.ch he had been en- gageii for the-last three months, and a resolution was adopted approving what'had been done and voting Mr. Mvesnv a cash bonus. Ho was con- tinued !n hte present office until the ne.U meeting'of lltQ board and was in- vested wltli all Ihe powers of tho gen- eral 'manager, of absence to r. O. Knowlca' was continued another three months. r A ijejBCv vumiiiiUeo consisting of the president and one member from each of the three lerfitorial divisions, nnme- ly. Hip Onlario-CJtiebcc arid tire Western d.lybions, was appointed lo liuniire into allocation of costs and matters of intorest lo Ilia mem- horship al inrgq with inslru6llons to. present a. roporl to tho board at a lucelliig of the members which >s to bo Held within (bree months. WILL: MAKE GERMANS BE GOOD MWDO.V, l''eb. the puriioae of safeguarding .order in the country ot W'st- (Icrniany, President, ftocrt has' IssueiT a decree, ncoorilliii in a wireless dispatch from llorlln nroclaitqing sentence of death for ar- son, nalng esploJlves, or flooding and damaging property. The pen- p.tly Is also to apply to ringleaders and persona offering rcsislnnce or gullly of violence in riots or tumultuous as- semblies. Buy easier riding. Buy longer mile- age. Buy sturdy wear. Buy the exact tread that best suits purpose, botH for pleasure. j V In other words, buy "Dominion the tires which have proved their worth oih. every road in Canada, under all conditions of climate and ,1 weather. Dominion Tires assure the certainty of satisfaction. There are six Dominion for every size and make of car, for business and pleasure and Dominion Inner Tubes to fit every tire. Dominion Tire Accessories for Every Need Cements, Air-drying Cements Vulcanizing Hold-tight Patcliing Maleria-1 Patches Patching Rubbct Inside Patches Patching Materials Tire Sleeves Self-Cementing Patches Tire Tape Blow-Out Patches Tire Irons Rubber Bumpers Rubber Mallets Soapstonc Reliners Rim Fillers Valve Bases Retread Bands Repair Materials Other Accessories Matting Radiator Hose Radiator Hdsc Conriictioa Dominion Tires are distributed to the trade through Dominion Rubber System f and sold throughout Canada by the Best Dealers, who also carry Dominion Inner Tubes and the complete line of Dominion Tire Accessories You Have a Moral and Financial Responsibility to the Unfortunate Children at the Children's Shelter, which you can, in part, discharge by HELPING the K. of P. CHILDREN'S 3HELTER FUND THIS WEEK ;