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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ;IMH.Y 'PRODUCE OR GO OHOBT JS (From Special Correepoudeul.) i LOXDON'-July Yealerday onei vae (o witness (he great- eai scene la luo CODJIUDUI ever taken place -In liiBlork chamber, Ihe Mother evCnfXtlie.frea ablpment wil ndt than 100 hcad.oi .fiiock for any one Individual, I un- pdr'thal IE Ihe primary of called here" In ,Cal some ol arc-objecilni tig IfthllatlOD- Tbe reason- Ihl. Unit was a purely 5nc toMnjTet.llie situation tie and tiJo from: the ne'cessity p _ Ii --1 Just the same as if. "iii a bad year the govemmant should proceed L furnish grain (p .every person UT1FJCATION OF TREATY WITH GERMANY BRINGS OFFICIAL PEACE, FRANCE EMPLOYERS LOCK OVJT PARIS. July French cab- net approved today The proposal tbtt'" cace should bo considered to exUt flldally from the dale ol publication the official Journal of ratification Iho German treaty by (he chatn- er of deputies when completed. It ip (o the time of her present ikknese. She came to Morrice. Sbiawaasce County. Michigan, In May 1890. anil was married Frank J. Harris, March 4lh, 'from which union five :hlldren were born as follows: Fred Eugene. Ruth Wiry. Lee Roy Gilbert, CUrence Edward, Hose Olire. Her age at the time o! her death vas 52 years, 1 months, 16 days. wlah to eipreia our sincere ihaoks lo our friends and neighbors through the aerere Ulnese and death of our loved one. We tender you all our sincere sad heartfelt thanks lor :be many beautiful floral offerings and Ihe kind eipTenkms of sympathy extended to ui 'all. .We alno wlik ti press our bearlfelL- thanks to our pisiof, ,the kind words eipressedlat tbe service. .Fjanli J. Harris, Fred "E Harris, Lee Roy .Harris. Clarence liar rls, Olive' -llorrls. Miss Ina Wrlgbt. BRBST.'july wort In (be voil baa ceased, ihe yloyers havInK declared li out ot ihe demandj ot Ibe docTsers' union. LOCKOUT OF WORKERS, Claim That Failed Out Their Contract E New Men. To HAVRE. July tho docks of Havre has effec- Ue. men oelne oui. The Union of employers have day lafcbr- ers to' (or the Ifreneb. quarter- mailer's-department. J Advices from July 29 were Lo ihe effect Ibal ibe union of ployere of ihe port as.d city, consider- ing the dock -workem to htro broktc the coniract signed last March, (or ali period 'bj- tbe porr. work- union, had to atop .all work In the pori July 50. Oilier concerns, plot members of the employers' uulon, agreed Dot to hire .any' Jock workers until a settlement has been'reached. PolJdwiug.'tb'e slTJcmcDl ol a Tor- tune teller. Leon Italsiaa, of Dnmi- ford. .charged A. (Caligan wllh theft of his' Jewelry. The case m.asedl; 1 In ''addition -lo the resources 'lhe o'mlrig'lo ridKO Prof. Rotnney of he Knight Academy leaving for Presl M, Idaho, lo take up similar duties here. He will be succeeded Mr. 'urnev-who has been teaching math- .mallcs In the Academy for two 3'ears. He married Miss Cazler, teacher... ol English and English Literature Prof, ililchell. of the musical department L distinguished musician, baa charge of the vocal and Instrumental music. Southern Alberta people no longer hare lo go lo Ihe TJ.S.A. to be educat- ed, when we haTQ such proficient in- Etruclors In our midst. Herbert Joiner. Long left OT a visit to bis mother" in England, .nd tnc.deplally a buainesq trip, eipccled home In sir.weeks; but the cUracti'onB ol home alter an absence ot 21 years will allure him to a. loag- er slay we feel convinced. The Spring Coulee church 'nolca appear Saturday evening. St. Milk and Hirer, thai of the "Walerton River could be drawn on. 'Al the very -shortest, provided properly, rfloaaced, etc.. as quickly as -posdlDlVUie project, would take -two years to complete. Will More Than Pay the benefifs of Irrigation frorn.jjraclical experience regardless, of Ihelr' silualion. 1 would be simply Impossible to lr to carry out sucU an arrangement.1' Hoadley says that It not E much a matter of feed shippedvin fre that the blK'. ranchers and stockmen iil-assurance Lhat fepd available It they -want it. i'MufldreBa'tofniiiubcrs are rapidly getting rid ot llifclr slocV'_sald Mr. HoRdley, "simply because they have no aiEurahee' (hat they can get feed, even It they for it. I kr.ow one rrian who sold out hia eutlre biinch of 140 head just the other day. AnoLhef Tellow sold 60; calves- Every Irain going out of the sec' ildn of the loads ol are shipping cut because they can get no assurance of feed. They .are shipping calVea tney1 will tiaVe''enough leed left to fatten the other, cattle with the lijlenlion. of them, later. The southern section the province ia simply be- ing alrippeti of cattle. althe He put .basis of annual paymepls persaprc given by Mr. Pcrtfer at fS-W, being the Interest on coat of water and -coat of preparing; land for eipialned, ibi the province has ee f the From Manitoba "If there is hay available .at I.e steady Pas, .Manitoba, wblcli _cannot -he gol because there IB no one lo put it continued' Mr.. Hoadley, "then the government should not hesitate a. mo niccl, but send men in there'to pul it up. This la no time lor li but time'for action." .-i .which, -'based at, the Experimenlal an average ARRESTED AT OTTAWA OTTAWA, John DreK Austin was arrested by Detectlrea and ..Cbatcau, of 10 years, showed thai by irrigation 23 bushels Lad SB blstieis to oats, and "to barley per acre, as compared to the grain produced on dry land, 'in his address Mr. Fairllela p.d on-farmers Ihe .utility'of prrduc- ing sweet clover. Benefits of Irrigation -Mr- Dunham punctuated-tlie bene- its and-the necessity of-Irrigation gained from experience In that he had rled both tret and dry farming and was absolutely convinced tfial Irri- gation was tho only salvation for tbe larm'ers ol Southern Alberta. He instructions" from the chief of police ol Vancouver, and charged with ob- taining money under false pretences: It a Ime (haifourout of five peo- ple over forty sulftr from gum- shrinkage, or Pyorrhea (RiECc' many people even, under thirty have Pyorrhei pjjticalarly after the con23, arc peculiarly Subject lo Pyonhs.v Al such time they cannot too careful about their teeth. In I SO per acre compared'to on dry land, .with the all important phase, that the crop would be ensured yiyesr.; If-Jrrlgatlon cpfl f 60i an ncre'he emphajslzed it was'' At the close of the meeting, those a unit gatlon Aeaocia- the Vlecleri: T. H. Hudson; Secretary, C. Vf: Treccc, AUSTRAIJA TO ADHERE TO UNIVERSAL TRAINING Pyonhea commences trith gums, orwith gum-bleeding, At tooth- lime, Gradually the guma be- come spongyl innnV. The teeth beeoma to decay at the bisi and'Vtny open- ings In tho gums become tho pi acts of germs which iDfed tho olher ailmenta. that gum tcndcrr. cessl Try Ihe gums. Ii ftositlvaly prevents if used la time add used No ordinary tooth paste w'lldo ihte. jj And Fprhan's cleanJlcclh cally KelL Crush jot-r tsct II, Hkccpsthe Tfgum-shrinV ktrirt Using Forhnn'a ocd consult dentist Immediately for I 35o :anJ60otubcs. AUdruggisIi FORfMN'St LTD., S37 S FOR THE GUMS LONDON, July Monash, comrnander of Ihe 'Australian eiDedl- Llonary corps, In the course of an ln- tttvlew here, says that Australia will adhere to her of unlversnl IralnlriE.' Future training, he ;aays, conform strictly to that of tho British home army, and every unit of the ZJrlllah overseas forces musl be the Australian authorities announce lhal any soldier absent without leave August 15 will forfeit hit return passage. About Australians 81111 avail repatriation.'. DEATH OF LADY AT WINNIFH (From Our Own Correspondent) WINNIFHED, July Angle Is making preparation to nlakfe. an ex tended visit In North'Dakola, visiting tier Bisters. The Indies' aid IT ill raect at the Mrs. Frank Bakor, Aug. Itlb Instead of August 7, owing Lo fal week being August 51n and.6lh.- "_ Mrs. Geo. Scmeb, Mrs. Bert Col- Ihrope and -Mrs. Jack Chlsliolra will serve ice cream and cake for the1 2nd. at_-the Glo.bc 'r The'.U. F.Av. A. ladles organized a Junior, Society-for the purpose of in- teresting and. educating.. oiir jouad girls perl silling to iclence, Mlee pre3ldent> and Eslella Dowler secretary. On August 9th a program .will be held in tbe- FJ: hall 'of singing and aliJ complete olectiDg lor office'. j. f Miss Sherman and Miss Flor- ence PelLof Hiawatha, Knna., are vis ting at Ihb home.of Mr. anu" Mrs. N: Heath lor the summer months. E.- GoEflelfn -ifi-rcporled quilo ill agalr." A farewell pirty was given -Mcnday> July 28, -compliment- of WtnnilrcJ hia-homo before leaving [or Waihlngton. A large number Delicious, refreshing and thirjt-quenching. What finer union of qualities could you ask in a beverage? Tested by tally and unvaryirgly good. Demand the genuine ty lull na unge Bubatitutiof THE COCA-COLA Co. -WINNIPEG. MAN. SAY'S u. s. V .RATIFY TREATY .lirly Frank L. Pollf, of slate, Kho hns here Jo, Jbccome hcflrt of Ilie Slnlef peace -rtelcgallon, was today by several, newspapers ThfeYpurig Man's i 'V i A Savings Account is more thin a stmrt towards financial it is a diaracter.'. V ,i -T- Ohe'of the strongest recommendations in the wirld of business that a youngtriwii optimistic regarding the rallflca- IliJii ol tho Gorman peace treaty by tbe United States senate.' the Impression ]n peace confer- ence circles. Die papers In con- with the.. Interviews -with Mr. nt gathered.and enjoyed the 'evenfag Im- Hlllls relumed from hla vaca- tion oh July 24th.- Mrs.Harold Bowerman sang at Ihe entertainment and Oliver a yfiry nice recita- floii.. Mfai Fern Collins is veiling at the homa of Mrs, Harvey Daria (or the Rammer, months, Miss Myrlle Krccman gave an after noon parly .In honor of Miss Drew of Medicine Hall ..Everyone had.a tnosl time and a delicious lunch was Mrs.-GId Aldrldgc Is .visiting-al the home 61 Mrs. Smith Smith (s enferCaliilng Miss Carl of MedMine Hal' for a couple ol auro :tng (or falf ccept any innmUiev and thai Ore at Britain probably Will.' assume for Constantinople And Turkey..1 The.'wjn'n.lfreil glrla Is ore iracllc ing ball theaa dayi, p week anil play-August 5th. Win nlfrerf 'glrjs are some runners, .Diith cf Mn. Dollle. Harris In Iho city oi OoaTipxilon, Uonntyy rOli J "SJi e e: Bcliyd member of Hie 7W. K.'churel In IfiS'j'at'.die age of ift years and haa In 'Ml church work i'f' abowiiig altcfcrd of consistent eavingg. A SavtdgS Account may be opened with. fl.OO, which shows how higHy we regard- the accoufitfl.of those who deaira to iavt THC DANK CANADA 'r R. J. Ivestment -i 'THE money you save earns interest when deposited, in bur Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain-- ed whenever required. Open an account (o-day. tETHBRlDOE BRAMCH.- WARNER BRANCH MILK'RIVER BRANCH J.H..S.GORDON, ;