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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Till-: IRUXiK DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH Agenda of 1'ropoEod Convrnlion Covers Many Mailers of Vital Inlm-st Il llu ti'jiv slants uiul t'a to The now 'jlij, i-l? CM H: Kii imlkv: iK-v via 1'aiuii- L'ptiH'nt uf trn {.'anacly; tievftujnut'iil of a-al tiaiu-: minerals ami iron: lumbering and devol- opmi'iH of iraile in West Unties; col- onization uinl house (level- oiuiuni ut Inter-provincial tratio; Can- a. j un Waterways ami l'owcr As- HK'huion; ownership of iit Canada; uniform! i1 Is; i HI ma it! 10; Aims irons bill. iin-'stions way of whU'li have .USCLISSOAJ by many of iho hoards .do individually, when brought the cmherlnx of leading men srnn ihi' boantj In oven largo l from Arthur to itu- t'.uiriv iWt fitU'f. will bring result niakv iho powers thul bo si; uu anJ mitii'o. The boards of 111; their to die bH- of the we si al hirse and of these questions ex-! ;viUM to. bring nmny couilk-ihig IH-- t'H-.u logethor. i Tlie muitqr of equalling freight i i? of great importance to many l regies in -the matter of eoinpetilum' :r. iho mil way iviui development matter is constantly Vufnre pvery board of ocvi.-joii ,1'U-ui of fureifiii Erado a quesitnn; ;I-IH of that Es of importuiice. not only to j-fiiti'nl ilevei-. entire IXtmhiioii of Canada, but to the' irces in foieign countries affwiftl. Coal Problem Important Tin- geiK-iiit develoiunent of natural resources id somethiiiK [hat the j Hi trade, in will be imrik-aiLiriy j mtorostud in. owing to the ngilmion I in the jirovinc'e for the handing ovei- i by the Dominion Roveniment of ihe naluml rc.-uiiri'os of the jn'ovint'o ti> the [Ji'OvintiLil lefrislaturo. I.cllibridgi" ivill tlie coal question ivitJi sreat interest. Minerals and irim equally at'ioi-; al! prnvtni-os, houso build :i fjuostion of tlie inoiiient all western C'j'.nrnla, as is the devetopint'iit of interprovlncta! Ir.icli1. UiufOrm provincial legislation is alpo a matter that several sections of lutsineps in the west havo boon for a lonq ti.nc. Tho Detail Morcltanls I? interested tltis as an oryti3i- A' iiresent it IK not gnaranfecd that all those qutsiions will be disuishod J .-v of fi j Alleged to Have Nought Furs at I Cavdston anil Drafts Were J. l.iivson. wlm i> at im- j Otrpo'iiK a term of inyiUhs foi j obtaining a quaiuUy from UrreH and by means of a ilraft with no funds tu in-'-'i the sam? in Mi -t be- J.I'., to face a scc- count. amiinssi Lipsor. Sla the lank, fore John tlolituv. oiul charge on tin 'i'lio second i-ha was for obtaining j zie, ftf Cardstoti. frautUilently. coyote for which lie lemkrcd draft value rayntile at th-1 j CARL HOMUTH, LABOR M.P.P. FOR viiion sa.k-.rooM. his home J SOUTH WATERLOO been n whip of the town. draft duty deposiied j in ihe loi-al .uul was returned from Saskatoon wit'i iho intitiiuUun. "No responsu to in lhat Iho accused had no fuiMls thore.' Accused was committed U'ial ami conveyed back to the Ivetlitviiiye jail to :v seootul trial. It is understood liuu ;t third charge Jrf to be preferred gainst for obtaining inrs from a jiaiiv in Nanlon, 10 i-oine up. These papers will Uf-inK n1B- g.jlne ltt, jias in to thu other Labor wing of tlie Ontario Govern- ment. He is by ihe U.K.O. Andrew Hicks uf Ceutralia is U.RO. by the convention us some of them tire likely to be eliminated. One plan Is :o have papers prcparc.il on thi; sub- by ihe parties most in innately t-onuectcil with ;Iu- subject. i'or instaiiLe the It bridge board oi trinle may be failed on lo prepare a paper nil the development, of real MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY SPRING GOODS CJ Our stock of new spring merchandise is now filling up rapidly, with all that is new and exclusive. Suits, coats and skirts are here in a wide selection of mater- ials and styles. We strongjy advise you to buy early as repeal, orders are out of the question this season. THE NEW SPRING SUITS DEGREE FOR COMMERCE TOKOXTO, .March of! eoHitncrce degree vril! IK; ;it the of Toron'o next Thf new whk-h will he nffili- ati'd with tin- Kicnl'v of being i The time hat-- hot-ii in (li'sfBiiL'd hi Kive wbo wisii to I wliicli t-lifjible ox-service men eiUt-r business life a thoruugh prepav-j mny apply for lorm? in order lo pur-, ailua, L'hitso tools and equipment, or to re- sumo inlerruptod training and cilnca-' tlonal courses, Men not now oa yrriiKlh of the Jepartuienl of SoIiHer.s" Civil He- ihlislinient nurl who are eligible or sudi assfstaiu-e, Inive until April 10 nest In wlifcli lu make application. Men now un the of the jartment of Civil ishment for or ircalmenf, ind who may be eligible for loans, IHVO a period of two monUia after conipietton of liieir conri-es or (.lis- ehargo from trpatiucnt En which to ipply. Loans up to without, interest, arc "available for men who have salipfnctorily irotnpieieil n re-training course with Departinent of Sol- liera' Civil Rc-Estehlistimciit who wish to start in busiiieaa in Hue ivHh Ihe training they have received, and who are unabie lo rio without such ssislance, Uuaiiis of JyGJJ.-free of interest, may also he granted iu Ihose with ;i war disability who art: not eligible for, or who have ifot hiui, rocationnl restrain- ing under the neparlincnl of Soldiers' LMvil and wlioisc pre-war trtiining or education has been substantially interrupted war ser- vice, and v.'ho are in need of such Tssistance for ihe purpose of contlnu- in Imiiiinif or education. If you havi- not seen our first showing of spring Ftyljs in suits you will he more than with the attractiveness and distinctive styles which give them a style only to be acquired by expert workman- ship, ami then oarli model is an exclusive one. Tin-re are no two styles nlike. You may make a selection i nun flic plainer tailored styles or you will find a uoiiflcrfai of novelty suits. Sumc are braified, others ]iarc vests" of contrasting liroiilcrcd or A WIDE SELECTION OF PRICES Now is the lime to Anticipate Your Requirements in Ail the WANTED GOODS Many good lines tire liable to be scarce ond prices will not be lower. They arc higher right now than our present prices, so we advise taking full advantage of our present prices SHEETINGS, PILLOW .COTTONS, FLANNELETTES. NAINSOOKS, LAWNS, TOWELS, PRINTS. New Serge Dresses I he lines in these new frocks are par- ticularly smart. Decorative touches arc deftly placed. One notes braiding empha- sizing panels, oriental embroidering. Some arc blouscd a little. Little niceties of detail at neck line and cuffs one finds in the exclusive garments. ill f c II THE NEW THINGS FIRST YLANDS AND COMPANY COHRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN THE battle of business has succeeded the battle'of armies. FRY'S COCOA is the greatest of all strength makers for men who must work as it was for our soldiers and sailors who had to fight hard. FRY'S exclusive process makes this Cocoa- extremely soluble, delicious in flavor and very easy to digest. "Nothing-will do but FRY'S dition to the literature of the InstUn- [tion in the way of contribution of j farm books of the Agricultural Exlen- i slon Department of the International Co. These comprise jl.H.C. charts, lectures Ami bulletins. coiitrttulioii deals with farm mat-- j ters or a highly useful character. The literature is of use not otily to the fanner tout lo his wife and the lioy and gir! on the farm. The informa- tion conveyed ranges all the way from silos, alfalfa production, to the prodnciioii of milk and butter and the vegetable garden. There are such items as the fertility value of feed, Jhe raising of cheap beef, profits from steers, ami a hundred other 'things. The lectures and bulletins are from Uie pen of practical agricultural ex- perts and arc finely Illustrated. Tliey will be found interesting in addition to their educational value. WON'T CHANGE REGULATIONS FOR MANITOBA FISHING OTTAWA, Slarcb Canadian government docs not see its way to fhanye in the present fishing on the Manitoba lakes during the coming Season, ''application lias been made by the fisheries association of Winnipcgosis for an extension of the summer fishing season to run from. June 1 to August 35, and the abolition of the fait season from August 15 lo October 1, which is now permitted. This change would permit u more convenient haul, it is stilted. The objection of the department o[ fisheries lo extension of the summer tishing is chiefly that ft might deplete the Inkes of white fish. VETERANS ON VOTERS' LISTS OF WINNIPEG WI.VXIPEG, men and women over the age of 21, resi- dent for sii months in the city of Win- nipeg anil honorably discharged from the Uritish or Canadian will be placed on the voters' list, In com- pliance with a motion passed, by the city council at last Thu motion also provides that wives and husbands of, such voters lie plac- ed on thu list, Tlie Library Hoard Eire grateful lo j Fred Siuioner for the welcome ail-: VICIOUS DOGS WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR A MOUNTIE BEING HURT A lo tlio fining of ,1. Cameron in Ihc city police court, Cor keeping a doff without a license, was v Ihe charge laid against him, subsequently withdrawn, of keeping vicious anim- als in tlie shape of Ihu domestic can- inc. These animals, to the nntnher of j two. rushed out of the section house at (he Montana junction of the I1. In. in North Lethbrldge and made for a horsu riilden Ijy Scrguant Jlay- tor, of Hie R, X. W. M. who was ric'ing past. The doss started to Irit'ht- the horse which reared nit, lln-ow- ,ing tlic r.rrECf.nt anil causing him to j IK- dragged along for a short space. (The (logs wcro afterwards destroyed, j anil, Ilic menace being removed, tin; charge instituted by the sergeant was withdrawn. I dandruff nnd ni'-j Cutirura Oir.hn in two ii needed, Ointment 25 -rd 50c. Sold People's Forum 4 j IMli St. South, >'cb. Mt JOJO. 1 Ktlitor Hcrfllrl. j Tlift Cnmmtesiomtr of .VtllKlcs lias tlucidcil that It is time to exphiin j sDind fif tin: of Uic Hod Cur 1 I.iiic. 1'iii be uinitlcil Lu lioii'l Eiis let- ter :IK tibovo. tin sprjkch with ytmic of (lie ''accomnimlalert" .usors ot Ihc can or Kllli Sl.1 Has )ic sdiflicii the running of Uic rars on 'Jrd Avenue and S. une rlgljt on tht- heels of another, un- (IJviiUng the i Has? ho tlio consolcncc lo inako com- iiai i--ou