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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSOAY. JANUARY 28, 1919 Till7. J.KTIIBKIlXll'. DAILY .M-.Yfc. NHEKEHW On Qccusion Fitst Visit To West, fc'a.vs Wonderful Trib- ute to Canadians WlKMI'EG. Jan. S. t'obb, (be noted war correspondent, spoke herd anS telcl an autliesce thousand cQthralteil wllli his o( the war Fronts, toM in Jils 'hilmkably human sfylo with an Iniermiiturc of pallics and humor. liEtl wonderful uratjo tor the Canadian forces ainl wbnLthof did al ihe (twit. It WOK his trip to we st- ern CAiisJa. and he loofc the oppor- tunity of if rcuurkaVile tribute to tfce Canadians, who, he sahl, Americans wre proud to emulate. Jan, Russian cronient messaje Uera gives military reports dated Jan. j 23 and 34, ftccordlnf lo whicli there haa been considerable OQ ihe Kuisfuii The Red forces occupied a series ut villages about 15 miles west of SUtfiiRurek and cajilpred after atub- lorn figlnlug. positions al Pailunrtaya station about miles south of Shed- People's Forum Mr. Cobb, Who is best fcnown throucli his writings rn Uie Saturday UUlier lbl> K.-eufDfi will visit MlhbrMgo ruust bear tha tm Thursday of this loclurlcs in the Majestic- Theatre. Tlusu have not secured tickets for this Ir-c- lura should do so at once, as num- ber Is Kmlterl. Heconslruclion is Also Discuss- ed al Projects Ueing Outlined Jan. at leruooa ?Jboul twenty K the leadmF lii Ihii dif.rli-i me'. land iho Haytuoini i.--t-rvu of tovui- '.tftiii I storage wservoira d'lrJnt; and the time i-n- beiug uaeii on ibe !art-l can be stored in to inches deep, fix iru-iirj ij tool the c. I', II two reservoirs would Hug, Warner. Nuw and WettinE illittrjcu land laa1. U bad tlic ati'l i neror iiad any wat'-i The other two n: lows: Oae is taken at north aun I west unU n'jrlil iLehi ffelde. thus Jug productiveued.i e land IS lj ui i ti c e i a land fan be ninde ;o ?v litres ia tuEfiuit-at Iu keep snail fur Mr. J thus increasing ihe laml 10 (all th' tvifinds5 an-! liio njriti iriliut'. by the ino iinrc loiibii.i appreciation ami uoidn of wnsulatiou V, Xkvkn and chlldrsa. and whu 11.011 MI Uit- dealh af Jo: J i it if it ha instead o! The I.Mrs, Tiu- funeral was wimple price ptr acix' Is not the nor ibjsiul Trie- alt boi'fc continent. EliKhi next to us iiL-ros.-? of Mra. MeeKs a 14 tir-iihe Aaieilran lionler in Moutum t-in] j moUji'r, Inu-i'U'.fn' i i there art1: R'jynumrl for JIK-H which oofii ;hf 'armors j.asiij! 'cce'anH (our ilmcn as murli true wl'e and utk plate iu Mr. Spring Ihe the R. c-aui o( OUl to heading ot thp A GREAT RECORD Kdilor Herjld: Dear In reading toilay's paper I wad very much Interested in. reading the Reminiscences of tho Hound-up of by Ilovls, THo Buck Smith he waa wy uude, and he hc Tabc-r, Oraasy this one will rust us, in south In Maho ana I'uh t as costing fariiu-ra trum i-O'iUv per at-re. it mi iiiii Delegates from Korcm. tn ihe tiiaiu. 1'uuratl. Wirinsi1. N iarrL' '.Sliding, Welling. Magra in' iint fc-riilc i I'ouTte. Cartlilon, A. itiit-r iwii'd follow U-ikfl. Hurdt-U ;iti.l J tJj a pji'.ji tifriui j delegation from th" l "iilriitg.; Uuanl ..'KV- niaktt tbu reality will fater. M r Tutu tb aiul w if e shortly li'ave for k'tab, lUey n'L'iitl a tnoaili or so before spring ALBANIAN LEADER DEAD LONDON. Jan. ay [iretldeni ut tbe yrovt- luna! of .Albania. Is d S. A1-; S. I'jr ami Mr. siAit-ri. The llrtWHr.ou family, and Mrs, rlareno! Snutii IUy- inoml Mercantile; fr' .Joliii ituit f-'ruiik Korsyth. Mr. mul U. F. Milm-r. Mary Mr. Baurtie. town hill to Fofleiv lor 1919 a-------- fcjbUily of UoIdTng a JimrK't t'uis (bus covering nil "Ur M. H, Urimliall> of ihe ti'.uat feriiti (ieui for last year, was iu (bo UJanuda, inablap; ii ;is uu utlttr ,aa irrigation district TO carry tlic i Mrs, Clou Kur.-yih and Roreace Mor- J tl XleeKs heing exruseiJ. I Laad iu the worM 0111 ico-hicf. ul the propped project before leer. The first nueMlca was riifl [banlcst wheat greatest yleUI. [the iirescm parllainont utv ?a'r Ou il'.Vti 1( ull ttio.laiifl under tiiib ?ion. was cut up into thns, there The many floivera given -dVOID COUGHS COUGHERJ1 Cenufan) and O'Brien thai we hold a lair, ev.-vy j mraber present in Tivor. of by tlie The ol Iratle mel last iiigiit aucl liiiened io a very inlerosting clis-: of A [irjblem ua 3O DtfOftf- JTOPJ OOVUiT HALF TlllT Olliccrs The election ot olflfers TOJ the neit steu. M. M. Brlmhall was clctt- etl president by acclamation. I.- I'ai-lc. lirst aud I-'. T. Holt, second vice-president, the followine-lndirlrluals as directors .iho various departments: Horse ue-; a Ic-.v years ago afElko. H. C.. at the j. B. Moeks and Deloss; age ot 74. Up to four months of cluio department. JoUu dcaiS lie was. atile to make j aon A. C. tirecnway; shcpp P'AHIS. Jan. Ikut nilroad liefv n day aud waa old inan, ftud one of the in Can- ada. My mother, sister and jcyseU came- to Canada in when 1 was department. >I. Mwclstm anri Chus.) Buhler; swine. P. Meldrura and Myron Holmes; vcullry. Krcd llomeril and A. K. Kaucet; gralin anc! grasses, T. ll.e Uolrtevik attitude Unvird the ''f" j Anderson. Jr.. and .A. OaM; vege around High lllver nearly all tlie t'.me table. Hiram Wirtall and n of the, allied and associatiMl T ror a conference with the It'jv.- factiDns al Islands 11. since then. We landed in -March, 1S05. Buck Scovil; domestic products, Mrs. T. 1. O'Brien sad Mrs. C. Lamb; fnncy i-J by M Xokior lavs stress on ihelver5' mach to from Bmii' 'iPislmr; school. Dsvoe Woolf and T. Indirect character of the Invitalloii, i returned to Canida In Nov. J518. after] c. Uomney: auditor. T. J. O Urlcn. iioticjlhst it boro neither addrew nor over lhreo years nepresenlaUvs from Stirling and slgiwture The writer Smith. Duck Smith's wife, is still he appointed by the ei- allies' choose between the- role; alivc' :mi1 Lt; at Presen' livinB in n- or elected by those two divi- of adversaries of the new llusjia i-rnt' a boy was beuer knam> sions. that of arbitrators. If they rtesjrj lo iIlisil "lver "s The directors will race-', in February! prove tlielr fitness to act as arbilri !esctiEe "'ls lm% I thought) lo revise and prepare Ihe prize. Hal tors lie Insists Ihev must completely 1lhal -vo" kno'-v lbal I and ujlke rules restilalions tiracuato HUSSKI. 'liter, Ihcii- LABOR HEAD IN PARIS TO BE COURT-MARTIALLED PARIS, 'Jan. th: minute strike" on the Paris, Lyons anrf Mediterranean railway on Sat- urdr.y, Leon Midol, secretary ci ths Paris, Lyo'rts and Medlterran: anosted, the rail- way still'b'cing operated by nlili- authorities. He will be court- martialled. was a relation of Buck Smith still Ik- j eniing exhibitors. lhat as Eoon asi Ing around the dlslrict. Buck Smith i delegates shall set the dates o[ the j one time got into an argument with ,ii? material will he sent to the i a man about Orivtng horses, ueiprjBIer The delegates far setting Soirj finishal hy saying: "Hell, i could take February 26-27 ill Cal-1 seven horses where you couldn't carry j garv" The dircclors Lave decided 'to o horse collar." Trusting you will send [j-.jva u three day '.air The first dny me Hovis' apologizing tor ,vin be to make all the entries. No taking up your valuable cntri) I remain. Yours Imlr, HARRY J. KYN'.MAN', Lethbrldgu. Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea and see that you get is no other Tea "just as good." it IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 533 SEVENTH STREET S. Wednesday Kext, Jan. 29th COMMENCING AT A.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Favored Wilh Inttructlons from MRS. E. V.'. DOOLEY, to tell ky Public Auction, al above, the Homehold FURNITURE And effect Including: MAGNIFICENT PLAYER-PIANO (S3 note) in mahogany case liy GERHARD HEINTZMAN CO.; set tee in .solid mnhc-Kany; mahogany occasional chairs; mahoe- nny jardiniere stand; bowfronted china cabinet ,in BEAUTIFUL VICTROLA XI. cost mahogany cabinet togelher with 10 records; leather .lounge, .morris chair; flat office desk; set dining clialrs; dining tablo; oak nrm chair; round oak occasional (able; Ret of hall furniture including mirror, table, and scltr.e; REMINGTON TYPEWRITER, No, It. Bcarcely used: oak chiffonier; two oak BRASS BED WITH COIL SPRINGS AND FELT MATTRESS. THREE SEC. TlONAl. BOOK CASES IN.OAK, iwo.iwllh 4 soilipns each anil one with lliroe Beclidiis, top aril base; olllcc cbalr; bedroom carpel; droi> leaf table; 7, vacuum sweepers; "Iceberg" refrlgeralor; "CRITERION" 6-HOLE RANOE, filled for its 6r.cdal; gaa coil heater; electric iron; go-carl; chessmen; shaving mirror; bread mlier. wiighlub; flour bin anil numerous smaller articles and effects tho following liooks: Universal Anthology In 33 volumes; Complete works ,of Mark Twain; 'comnlole of R. h. Slovenron; Rtdpsith's IHslorj of Iho Husiness Man's Library; llarrcr's NovcUlns; Nelson's Perpetual CyclonaerlU (loose leaf syttcnn in oak wUitkeil at J85.00, arid other roluitiea. A PROMPT ATTENDANCE AT 10.M 16 flEQUESTEO. TERMS'CASH AUCT1OMMTS PHONES be taken on the diy. The juriges will have tliis to SilSKsekrii, Tile dates Ihe soeiely j iraais are belwftc-n August 1 and lo. The executive is made up ct the presi- dent, vice presidents, the aruli- tor ant! thn secrclary-lreasiirer, tile latter beiDg -Mr, P. S. Kitnball. Shtfrt Course 'Tile society decided to ask llui gov- eminent to hold short course school here for three days during February, anil would like government to a little more in its choottngj raen to handle Kme of the stlhjecls j because last year one 01- two -.vcre very unsatiBfactory. TllB .organizers nnd campiisn conl- niiltee for Ihe 2nil ivanl carnival, Messrs. Dahl.'Seovil, Audersnn anil King! announce that nejt Thursday. Friday, and Saturday, day arrJ nig'it, the'carnival ml) be on. Tfceri> ivlil bc-iitbing and daucing. auction sale-i -Iw.zaar, meals and a kausar.'io court at all hours. H, S. Allen'anil 0. II. ?luw are visiting muds at narcu'dl, and Tnber. Reconstruction Tlic coir.mitteo on reconstruction asUeil to report what it hat! been doing aloDB recoiistruction lines since the last meeting. -Mr. chairman of Iho committee, while at Oalgary intcrviowed Mr. Peters., gov- ernment commissioner of irrigation and chief engineer, the latter going over some plans anil surveys of an ir- rigation scheme covering lerrUory south