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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETiinnroGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELiiVE By Mass Production and Profit Sharing He Cuts Prices in Half LIFE BY mm MlU TW "FRUrf-A.TIVES" TU Woodtrfml Fruit OWING 10 mm Feb. Canadian Associated the tateit re- port of tho overseas settlement com- mittee, the year's work is reviewed here and In the dominions, it recommends an early discussion of settlement problems by home and do- minion representatives and alao thai lor adequate supervision over Immi- gration and co-operatEon with the do- miulons. The Imperial government should make a p.'aut this year of one hundred thousand pounds in addition tu commitments on account of tree jiftssages.. Tho committee should ba empowered by legislation to advise In- tending settlers and. to control brok- ers, agents and propaganda. Everybody is talking about tho scheme of -Mallaby Daeley, a wealthy int-mber of parliament for one'of the London suburban constituencies, to beat tho clothing trade profiteers. Hia are turning out huge quanti- ties weekly arid are taking orders tor bulls by Iho thousands at prices which arc quite half below the shop terms. The scheme, he says, Is n purely1 pro- fit-making business enterprise and a lesson on tho possibilities of mass production. Mr. Decley came Inlo prominence a few years ago by a big deal in London real estate. Including the famous Covont Garden. FIVE APPLICATIONS FOR DIVORCES MADE MA. FRANK HAU Wyevale, Ontario. some two years, I was a frbrii Cliaiuc Conilipatioii and Dytptpna. I tried every remedy I hnird of; without any until the vife tf a'ltxal ne'rchant recemiiiendcd 1 procured a box of 'Krult-i-tivcs' and began the treatment, and my condition commenced to improve immediately. Tho Dyspepsia ceased to he thai burden of my life as it had been, and "was freed of Constipation, I feel thill ou-c -great 'debt la 'Fmit-a-iutf for the benefit I derived from them." FRANK HALL. OTTAWA. Feb. Is given In the Canada Gazette that the fol- lowing persons will apply to pnrllu iiicnt for divorce. Joseph Henry Forbes, returned soli- I'.-r, county of Lennox and Aldington, from Ressiu Forbes of Newport News, Virginia. Rose Winifred Smith, of Onl.. from JUILCS Smith1, believed, to he in Winnipeg. William Herbert V. Edward, Tor- cnio, from Olga Lillian Edward, of Toronto. Muriel -Curreu Gilinour, Toronto, Dudley Frascr Uilmour, formerly of Toronto. N'elson Alexander Boylen, township York. Ontario, from Helen Boylen, New Ytilk City. trial size25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by I'tuit-n-th-ca Limited, Oat.' ILRUlfiL Cabinet Holding An Emergent planes and automobiles in case of in- Meeting Saturday Night to 'Consider Crisis PARIS. Feb. tor sen- eral railroad strike have been Issued ly the National Kederatlc.a of Rail, KeporU were current last night that this action bad takan. but confirmation could not be obtain- ed until late this morning. "Owing to the aiiack of the Paris, Lyons and 'Mediterranean. Railway company on Iho exercise o( union of railroad traffic was pass- ed last night by the chamber of depu- ties. Although the strike bad extended to Orleans system, main line ser- vice continued this morning. Subur- ban trains, however, had been can- celled. The situation was j'.aUonary at the Eastern, Mont Parnasaa and Invalides stations, while at (ha Si, Lazare station tluj company proaiiscd that trains would be running at t'ber- SiR A. UEUUES MUST GIVE UP HIS McGILL POST IXJNOOK. Feb. Canadian Daily Telegraph In an editorial about Sir Auckland Cediles' appointment as ambassador- to ington, pays.tribute to the distinction of his public service and refers to his toqutstinient of tie princlpalsblp of McGII) Uuiverslty as siring up a pott which is one greatest priiea In the academic world which hli personal hits to make tho crowning glory ot his career. WOMAN SUFFRAGE FOR OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla'.' Oklahoma senate, by Vvotaot 26 to 13, late today, passed the house resolution to the federal woman suf- frage amendment, but eliminated the emergency clause. The amended reso- lution was sent back to the house, where It will bo debated Monday. SWISS GENEROSITY GENEVA, Feb. Newspapers calling tttention to Switzerland's record for charity since the war, say car loads of food, clothing and medicine costing francs, have beerj sent out since the armistice was signed and an average ot chll TOUGH ON 'PEG PAPER8 Feb. continued shortage o! ihe Winnipeg newspapers today published six-page editions tor the third day in succession. No advertising matter Is being published. 1 Guelph cKamber of Commerce'Is to. B3TG farmer members. hours, Havre and Dieppe, some civil-Idren from Vienna, Budapest and Ber- ians having offered Iholr services. At I lln are in the Swiss hospitals eich .uu WAVIVI.IU uuiuu the station of the Paris, Lyons sod the strike order begins, "rail- Mediterranean railroad mon were re- load men of that system and ot the Paris region, Influenced by solidarity and dignity, have begun a movement of protest which Is spreading hourly." "The executive committee of the the order continues, "after exhausting all means of conciliation and meeting with an obstinate end uncompromising spirit of the Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean railroad, tho minister of public works and tho premier as regards obtaining a sus- pension of punishments while await- ing arbitration of incidents, has de- cided to call for the cessation of work on all systems." Tho order ends in advising that greatest calm be preserved, that all provocation be avoided and that all measures he taken to assure safety. Direction Is also given tbat no damage he done. "Work will not bo resumed escopt by order of the executive are Ihe concluding words ot tho o-r- der. A cabinet meeting has been called for 7 o'clock touight. Operating conditions on the Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean lino and other roads affected by tho strike, seemed to bo slightly improved last night. Traffic was shown to have in creased during (he 21 hours closing! at midnight. j Strong forces are guarding tracks Inside thp city limits of Paris and a law requisitioning motor trucks, air- porting for duty and a very limited service was operated. Six main line trains and.five suburban locals oper- ated by outside help left the Eastern station this morning. month. YV. P. McBcan, Moose Jaw, tnd Thomas Teare, .Marquis, have been appointed to act on the Saskatchewan Eroaior water board of which A- J, McPherson Is chairman. SA1MA1 Its Richness ii TEA. gives Tea-Pot results equalled by no other Teas on sale any where Black Green or Mixed Sealed Packets Only. Sound Extent Say Times; Weakling Says Graphic recommends its ORDERS X 'MONEY j as 2 safo and economical meUi- of of remitting amounts up to Payablo without charge nt any launch of any Imnk in 'Canada {Yukon cxceplcd) anrt New- foundland. and untlar 3c Over not extending 6c Over not exceeding 10a Over not exceeding 1Sc Southern Albania Branches tX S. McKay, Mpr. Mngrath ..J. K Atkinson, Mgr. Cardston IL McKay, Tabcr J. W. Doran, Mgr. NEEDiJfPE! Will Ship Necessary Paper 'To Want to Fee! Just Right? Take an NR Tonight JUST IT AKO tSE titw much IxttUr fesl In mernlnj. 'r The entire slock of THE A. MITCHELL NURSERY COMPANY, ot Coaldale, will be sold out this Spring regardless of cost and. will be eold for far less than It cost to raise tiem. I have undertaken to clean the entire growing stock this Spring and this will be the Ifat Opportunity to secure strictly HOMB GROWN reliable Nursery Stock. To who Iske the trws direct from the Nursery them- selvea at the time of digging eitremely low yrlces will ba given, as all cost of packing and chipping win be avoided. This Is an oppor- tunity to secure the most hardy nursery stock it is possible to grow at surprisingly low prices. DO NOT BUY IMPORTED NURSERY STOCK when you cm come right to tho Nursery and secure then) at practically your own price.. Price lists will be given upon application. Addresa all enquiries COALDALE, ALBERTA Frank Knapp PHONE R616 THE COST To your Estate is no greater by appointing a Trust Company as' EXECUTOR than an individual but you are assured at all times of the benefit of our experience. Correspond or call on us for further information. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH ST, LETHBRIDOE PHONE 1343 While Te.sting 3- Order l.ON'DLiX. Feb. Canadian press reception of tho" home rule bill Is ratber mixed, but the Thnc'd recognizes the bill OB based up- on EOUiid prlnclplea, within certain iiriilts, but Bays tbat. it conveys the Impression that-tlie ,framcrs had not the fill joursse'-of their ionvictlons, The Telegraph, say's ing editorially, and the Post det-lartis thiit never since the complla- 'linn of the Athanasian creed haaHherc lieen so Ingenious a docnment. It prc- ilicts tbat Ireland will remain hostile to the bill anj will not give these islands any peace. It will only trans- fer the old conflict lo n new battlefield The Dally Chronicle approves of Ihu bill and thinks that the financial-O. M. Diggar, K.C., government coun- lerraa arc citreracly generous and bad presented before the board OTTAWA, Feb. Canadian bnard of commerce will not press its demand for the appear- ance of Sir William Price and tbe manager of the Price Urothors' plant before tho court of the board in its newsprint inquiry wliicli was adjourn- ed sine dio tills 'morning after Col. g.ircls as n most vital part the rncas- ure.whlch enables two parliaments to coma toeether at any [Irae by agree- ment. The Dpily Mail, which has been a severe f rlttc of the government's Irish policy, thinks the bill good, but not good enough hs regards dominion pow- ern for Irish parliainonta. The Daily Graphic calls it "a weak- thc facts of yeatcrday'3 proceeding? in the supreme court. Colonel Biggar, having Informed tho board that leave bad been given to Price Urothors by Mr. Justice Ang- lin to bring action in the supreme court to lest Jurisdiction of the board ot commerce, only on condition that it ship paper at once lo certain Montreal firms at the fixed ISS your system is JL clogged vrlth t tat of impurities over-worked digestive nml clirninstlve can't get rid of. Pills, oil, splits, calomel tnd ordl niry liiaiivcs, .cathsiriiu' r.r.J purgt) ooljr lorct UK towels and Naturt't Remedy (HV. Tablets) >cti on ihestomicb, liver, even kidneys, not forcliig, but ton- ing dud Etrenfrthcntng t'jrsn organs, result U prompt celiefaQd real, lasting benefit. Maiui the Int. Natuic'i Remedy pramjvtly, thortwjhlj, yet mildly, so fjcatly, tlint you will think Ditvre Mr- doing Guaramitu lv your e J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD., LETHBKIDGE, ALBERTA, ling n bail family and Canadian price, Coramisaioner P., the Dally Kows is Eilont. O'Connor, cSiairmaii of llio board, said thftt tlio object of board's prose- cution bad been nttalnerl for the Dres- ent and, no nseiul purpose could bo served by tiirtber ncIMn to compel the (if tbe bead of the firm !i! court, Price Brotlicrs. through its counsel, bad coDimunicatcd its will- ingness (u. uriswcr a duosttonnaire of the board on costs and deliveries, and this, Mr. O'Connor thought, was a fair way ot dealing with tbe case. (Continued From Page KighL) to any Gorman soYcrnnicnt In tbi ter- ritory. Existing iaiva will conlinuo to op- ply, bnt tbe governing commission, after consultation with the clecled represeniatiyes of tbe niay modify Iheso laws lo hrin? them good v times and bad times for JL the past 45 years this Bankhassteadily given itsbest efforts to the development and upbuildingof manufacturing and coininer- ciaibusincss of this Country, Onrefficientserviceisavailable for the benefit of all customers. THE w STANDARD BANK OF CANADA J. C, SCOTT MANAOM I3TH STREET WORTH d. f, BLETCHER AVENUE SOUTH SILLINSTON DAY1OH ANDSTEflLINQ SnANCKES L, G. THOMAS MAIIAIJJI COALHUOST BRANCH W. B. FERGUSON MAMAO-H COALDALt BRANCH C. T. McKINNON MAHAQER BUHDtTT B.RANCM KILLED IN AUTO CRASH VANCOUVER, n. C., Feb. or W. V. GoldwJn, a promfncnt loc- noon, whan an intorurban tram .car collided with an automobile in which they were riding. John Hanbury was formerly a resi- dent of Prandon, Manitoba, where ho was a prominent businessman engaged in the lumber industry. into accord with tho peace treaty. The businessman, received injuries commlss.on will fix the hours ami resulted in his death, and Mr. conditions of labw. Eiisllng civil well known lumber- ond cnmltiBl couria will continue but man, was seriously Injured, thla fore- tbo commission will establish a court io hear appeals from theie courts and to decldo matters (or which ihcse courls are not competent. The com- mission will also have the power of levying taxes and rlucs in tbo torrl- tory, Tho aren ot Iho 3aar fields Is rough- ly square miles, of which about per cenl. am occupied by coal minus. It Is largely a hilly country with largo forests, but ivith good ngri- cullural land. Tho population Is Hi- most wholly German, only ono com- mune being French-speaking. Tho main arena of the mining and depend- ent Industries aro densel; populated, in Ihe total coal production ji Iho Saar fields was abont tons. Tho reserves of coal in tbo Saar aro estimated n! metric torn. LORD HAIO ADVISES VETERANS TO KEEP OUT OF POLITICAL ENTANGLEMENTS LONDON', I'cb, Canadian Halg, presiding loday at TO-NIGHT- -Tomorrow MrigHt Get a 25f BOX NO SAFETY FOR CHRISTIANS UNDER RULE BOSTON, Mass., Feb. 28. James Ilarton, chairman of the Near East relief commission, who re-1 cently returned from Kgypl after eight months of relief work in Turkey, In a Matcim-nt last night commenting on references to tho Turkish situation made by Mr. Moyd (Icorgo in the Brit- ish house of commons, said that there could be "no safety for Christians un- der Turkish rule." WANT LABOR MINISTER IN N, B, GOVERNMENT ST. JOHN', N. H., Fob. St. John's trades and labor council last a grand council meellng of Comrades recommended the appointment of the Oroat War, said thai when minister of labor In thu Now ramo home they were divided into] Urunawick government. various orcnnljatlons because were bribed nway by carsaln promises from this nud tint nnlltloal parly. Me therefore said lo Ihnm lo hjsvo.nothing to do with any political party. lie also snldi' "If we put our cause riRtit- ly, we shall have all tbe rlshl-ttilnking people of tho empire behind us." TRIDUTE TO GRAND DUKE A New Jersey woman, who weigh- ed 470 rounds, lived to bo S3. HOMK, Feb. 2S.--Tho Giornalo d'llalln publishes a tribute to Urand Duko Nicholas of Ilnssia, who I.? liv- ing hero incognito, "If anybody (In llussia fllill dreams of a says the paper, "ho llitniis of tho grand dnko." Make tbe Hen Pay Cicada'i War Debt otfnn for thin year Is "100 Laying on Every Karm." otf can vrolocT your lnytttr and breeders Aftiiuit breakdown, nnil hurry alornr tho younic lttfl, by uilng Poultry Regulator your fowls In robtirt htilch. RtnUtM Uw tnd rflgOTUrt ProduCM bone Knd irrapcle. Inrjrca IncrauKd and chicks. V Order lo-day from ymir dwler hi nopuUr Pli'f? or !n palls or tags. MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFISO. PRATTS Animal Dip tnt Poultry Dllln- fectanl, frcfliwnuy, kwpj tho boards fruin lice Mia KUIs the gerrrv) of dlsfraxo, K69P5 down odorx. At yoyr draler'z I'l 1 xii, y, and 1 qt. Cana. Write (or KKKB took on Owe ot Poultry. --Alw use Pratl'8 Animal Regulator. The Oujiranteed Stock TonTc. Pratt Food Co. of Canada, Ui P9-H We recommend sale of Anglo-French Bonds due arid the reinvestment of the proceeds In Canadian long tern bondi yielding attractive In t-rest rates. WE OFFER OUR COUNSEL AND ADVICE W. ROSS ALGER AND COMPANY MacLEAN BLOCK Investment Bankers tn-v CALGARV AUCION SALE i BEEN''INST'RUCTED BY MR. e. VANDYKE, TRATOR FOR THE ESTATE OF C. A. BONNINK, TO SELL BV PUBLIC AUCTION ON OF Sec. 29, Tp. 10, Rge. 23 MILES N.E. OF MONARCH AND 3 MILES S.W. OF NOBLE- FORD. On TUES., MARCH 9th AT THE HOUR OF ONE O'CLOCK Ono Sy-marker double, disc' drill; ono C-loot JMassay-Harrls blndor; ono 14-Inch gang plow, stubble bottoms; one 16-inch .sulky j 'plow, stubble and breaker bottom; one disc narrow; otie S-foot j cultivator; one set 3-seelion Imrrow; oho heavy wagon, double box, completo; one steel gear and hayrack; one top buggy; one W double work harness- ono sot single liarnesB; one fanning mill; one sowing machine; one cook stove; otior orlicles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH P. PORTER. AUCTIONEER fits.: iith ST. S, PHONE AUCTION SALE i Catt let Farm Implements NORTH HALF OF SEC. 7, TWP. 9, RGE. 19 TWO MILES EAST OF COALDALE On WED., March 10th COMMENCINQ AT 10.30 A.M. 1 democrat; 1 John Dcero levw harrow, 4 sections, complete; 1 Van Drunt single disc drill, 1G disc; 1 McCormlck hay rak- 6-foot Deerlr.g mowers; 1 I.II.C. Junior bay slacker; 2 buck rakes; 1 John Deoro gang plow; 1 John Deere sulky plow; 1 7-foot McCormlck binder; 1 SVj Mitchell wagon In good shape; 1 IrL Deorc V7ngon; 1 in. Weber wagon; t sels o( harncas, brltchtng, complete; 1 stool grain tank: 1 Columbus grain box; numbw of collars, all sizes; 2 Iron bcnlstcada with springs and inallrenses; 3 hay racks In good shape; cvenon, tools and other articles too numerous to mention; J I.II.C. mower attachment; cream separators, now, No. 12, 150 capacity. I gray goldinb'. weight 14SO. fi years; I black marc, weight HGO, 10 years; 1 bay gelding, weight 1500, 9 In spring; 1 bay geld-. Ing, weight 1400, 7 years; 1 bay mare, weight 1260. 7 years; 1 ma- hogany bay, -weight 1325, C years; 1 dark gray team mania, weight 2760. 6 nnd 7 years. All good work horses. One milk cow, was froah six weeks ago, 6 years; one milk cow, was fresh last fall; 2 2-year-old heifers In good shape; l heifer with calf. 1 stove, small size; 1 oil heater, 1 team marcs, fi and 7 years; L team rnareg, 4 yoare; 2 tearu. geldings, 4 years; 1 team geldings. Z years; 7 colls, coming 2 years. 1 new Western road grader or ditcher; 1 3Ji Weber wagon; 1 John Deere binder; 1 Doerlng binder; 1 2-horso gasoline engine. FREE LUNCH AT NOON All sums under cosh. Over that amount one- third cash; balance on approved bankable notee maturing Novem- ber with Interest nt eight psr Mnt. Flvs par discount for c.3Bb on credit amounts. OWNERS; MRS. ELLEN PAW80N, FRANK KNAPP AUCTIONEER; PETE, LeVALLEY, Clerk, D. J. McSwaln ;