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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, THE PAf.F. NltfR .BRAND WHITVOCK T O Complaint llumaninna; Offers Alliance Hut U Refused OENKVA, July Huiuaiilao ft.reau ot Bar DO aim ounce a that tho Rcrbfau forces utMi'li have teen occu jkvlnE the city oJ Temesvar, 11 inllet ot Jlalgi'ada, rite cvaciiallltg (lie plicp, taking, with theiu orory- v .Ihujg of value. Incluiling '40 locouio- tlrca, 1500 railroad, oiflchln_ery from and arllHoY The Jiure'aji that the population of the clijr Is mahlug-ftn Indlgntnt protest against AM a iperlal memorial Iramed In ihe larva lodcd ronm. While orerseit, Mr. Painter riilted some of ojd In Wales end. lock .unto hlmBelf (or belter JQUDS -laiile of Laud of i v -Compound. tha Change of Life I and hsd sick n IfeaSdathca for" two H'or throe1 ..Java nt a liine. I took Lydia I g.m much stronger anc] better HI every vfay 1 My daughter's liealth broke down Iwt June from teacrring school v.'itjiout ______________ she hag tokan'LvdJa E3.. Vegetable Compound ancTlh'a MeJicine with r'eaults. Sho ia mnch better enJ tesching nnd I give yc'jr mwlicinc Ihr to uaa LbisfcLlcD foe the-bcjic-fit of clherGi.f- F. A. in Place and Effort Belrig'Made To Save Some Crop to Tie MACLEOD, July DCY becom.flK a reality la the leod profad br lia ol ot Ihft. fafmcrs an actual purchase 0 Board of Trade Makes flepre Much En- ccuragemeiit Women who aipertisMrs. chouli) not heElfatc'Lo give Ihia famous hecb Lydla Pink- hani'ajVcgelclJlc Compound, ii u .the evidence Ihet' (s cocstanUy biing publistieJyirovci. bayoni question that this grand Old tias rclfevcd rr.uch fullering p.ipipejwomen, I'V write Lydia B. PinVhEm liledicinc Lynn, .Alaas. Tho of .Lhelr foriy is "r.', ,f fSteolA] tA ____s'lB, July local chap- ler of I. O. D. E., and the officers of the. Navy ".League, at a on the lawn iii Ibo jrounds of tne Pro- vJuclal .biilldtnE, preaciited prlifta tu I the winners" of Ihem In the rtlflerenl [palrlotlc cVruoelltlQUH vhlcli Lad boer i inatlluled for the encouragement o 1 patriotic senUnicnt In lha hearts am niinda or tjic growlDg generation lha soon la Ua place lu the acllvl HOB ol LUe count Bonnell, M- P., preildcd and W. Wood, tno I O. U. E., presented prlfea, wou b> "Misses neynolda, Wallace ant) Bher- wood. Tlieae pities were boots ueau- bound. Tte I, O. D. E. had previously presented the cchool with ri library of forty boofca, which hare been read by the school children. H, Hawat for tho Navy League pre- Ibo prizes awarded for the best ;3say upon Canadian history. the second prize was won by a Fernlo Ktrlf Miss Anna Reynolds, the other Livo going to pupils of tho Cranbropk schools. ___A. f. Fisher presented sli mefl- ID members of the Boy Scouts, In reward for efficiency during the paat year. A. I. Fisher .Harold Wilson, Rev. C. E. Batzold. Father Mlcbel, S. Merch- nier and n. M. Young also apoto brlclly to Ibe children. Tbo preparations lor the peace Day celebration-hero are on the moat com- prchena.te scale of anything ever be- fore attempted in that lino and the programme o! sports, and racing is largest yet offered., A huge pro- cession of cars and., finals will be tnq Etnfi. oT the dnys'progrfc.uime and large crowd's of people arc expected. fijom" outside points. A scriesjdE-baseliall pames baa 'been arrangej bulElde clubs 'will be in r___ clflf, WaWo PARIS. July dele- Gallon atiYeraanies was informed to- day In a letter from Iho peace confer- ence that the ratification of the treaty of peace by Germany hai been accept- ed and that the raising of tbo block- ado was about to lake place. Decision lo raise tue blockade was taken by the council of five Frtday. The Inter-allied aupremo co------ met today to discuss the -blocfcnda question. A French government de- cree, regarding lhg blockade fflll ap- pear In the Journal OHicialc tomorrow. .The on.reparallons ant] occupation of llie Hhineland held a meeting Inle afternoon, under the presidency of Louis. Loucheur, French minister of reconstruction. lor thte on their land add thus lave at leail crop ol 191B. null ol these, they claim. bf cvtn a few buab' eli per or quarter crop ol hay aid feed. J. BlarUd a mall thrwlncb II ProTai great a iiacceBB that he Is nan- prepar- ing (or a tarter ons. H. Bell his Us pimp with an eight-Inch suction and ilx-lccb dijchars'e going, and that at least a portion of hta Teed aucl a (ow acres of bis crop can be made to pay, and sared for feed it nothing eleo. A" Jarge number will Tialt bU farm to .nvesllsatc the merllr of Irriffallon by pumping and several are ready lo order when they eee the success of ihla one. The Botrt o! Trade meeittg Iftt TBried soaowbal from lit routine icwmuch IB ft dlscuwed Sir. F, If. Peters. Commis- ol IrHfatkiD, itoppad oft for a i lew boor i La tie city, by special re- qaesl, to addrees whosoever wlahed to fhaer on the poBarbltlttes of IQ Ihla dlftrkt. Ll.-Col. Spencer rn- the and bis mbject, fiDu of alart- _ Ing some Irtlga-tloii plau at once, sa j when the extensive Irrigation plena propose J for the vdat of us [Were complstifl ths water In ihe- river here would bo greatly diminished. We want lo get Boms of tbo water before It la taken airay (roin ua. Our o plan Is (a nuke strong lo the eorerament and vrbal they will do. Mr. Peters said they had aurvayad a Echemo to Irrigate acros, com- ing as far east neartr as Bon- Island an'] soltig south of Lctbbrldse AS fur as Forty Mllo Coulee. lie the Soven Persona Creek not very good fur Irrigation purposes on ac of Its Irregular Mow. The vater woul-1 Lave to ba stored and la dry ttu water belas low Ibe be of little The water might have ID be larod tor ivro yeard and -vonlil auIfeT loss through erapor- avion. TLera li a ho TV ever, Jt tte Tfetsr broushl down here !rom On Pump- 05 the ViUir out ot Sailutcaewau wonid col ha ccooomkral at U would to ba' tlfrei] {00 id feet H tt< he bad of herfc can bo lift id at a nrofil. AltboQgfa time calculations were- rather dlsooimistoE for aoy aUwnpled Qt Irrlpai (on, nxouod Mwl IcJno Hal, Mr. Sponcer ihojfht that tiler what, the fur men hare jcttwd In this dlttrlct durlRf the past Ojree 7 oar a Ola depirtment to tike interoit In an Irrigation project and we wliai can bo ficme at once. r, Pblera be would have to authority from Ottawa be-fore be could do anything practical. He could do no more (han inreeUgata the possibilities this year. The department has ao much on its hands CHILD LOST AT STONEWALL July par- ties art scouring (be bush loven mttes from Stonewall today searching for the tbroe year daughter of A. E. Chumm, who etrayed away from her parents yesterday aftertioon while ibey were picking berries. It is reared thai tho child's vUalliy Is not suffic- iently rugfied to Trllhsiand Ihfl rigura of ejperience. ASQUITH AT COBLENZ COBI.KNK, Jury H, Ai- o.ultb, former Urltiib prttnler, who has beeu the British occupied area, arrlred here yesterday and was a dinner guest of Uajor General AUeo, comma n tier of the Acne rl can lorcea ID oianr. Mr. Asquttb plan a lo spend several In tbo CANADIANS 2ND AND 3RD IllSLEY. Aaaoc- bled the com- 19 BboLa 'W Major UtloD. of Toronto, waa second wllh 17 points, winning IS dollars. Lieut. Vincent, Winnipeg, third, wlnnlns ?10J and Major Mortimer, Ottawa, twelfth, fWo dollars. The D6it convention of the Cana- dian Medical Association will be held In Vancouver. VIGILANT NEIGHBORS POLICE RECEPTION FOR VISITOR LONDON, pistols In ihe handi of burly policemen were shoved to Ihe breast .of, George Wrislil ot Toronto, former Cily: Engineer ol Lon- don, when a ring door bell of hig brother-fa-iaw'a -realdcDce look him out oftbed al ah carjy 'hour thin morning. Mr. Wright arrived -lale yesterday to find tlie for the holiday. He had arrrmfed lq get into'the house In such a contingency; but bcllved a burglar Wa.3 -at work nnd telephoned the pollcer-'A Jlylng squadron was ruRlied over, Lhe house surrounded, and n descent made by armed Air. was able to locate _ursuiflclenl iiumter of Ijondon .Irlendfl Ub give him a certifl- y- him out TARCH UOUSEW1VES are finding new- and delicrouj uses for Com Starch ewry fact, for ertry meal. Nol alone sinoolh, creamy and uucn, and simple but crisp, delicate flaky, rolls, bread and biscuilj; .rich leader caftct.hhd pie and 'hougtit il possible lo make olher Corn Siarcti cari Ruaranterf iufh Piirily and Deltcicy. on the ASK your grocer lor BENSON'S Today( ni ,.jpur vjar Chiclets add jiist as mudftb thie joy of liiotoring as they dp to" any bther outing. candy-coated confections will smiles and bright of the There are sound reasons for Chlcletsi 'aside from their tempting delicipusness. They aid digestion, help keep; the teeth bright and the breath sweet a few packets into your .motoring coat so as to' have them always handy. Sold everywhere at a nickel a. packet of ten. ilADE IN CANADA particularly prepared Canadian Chewing Gurii Co., l.iniilcd.'ToTotilOj Winnipeg, Vancouver, ;