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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE RH1HT rnr: OAHA' HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH tf, IHf 1EIOIESIPARHIE Avintor Will Stage Bare-Devil Stunt in West- ern Cunudn i iCi t'Kd March Air Force, will LIIUMHIH to brcafc a war feeord summer, at some town in Canada. To Jo it, will havo in irop 14.0M feet, froui an iieroplui; ruptt'on. with a huto' drop is over water, b'1 w inner as a life imli. swears It? will braak rrvD die in the attempt: .Mr, Ellis, ivini niii lu Mbprla. arrJvpfi day. Ho lias heen b Canadian Airi'rMt T bloct, U'iiiuipes. :v still operate this season. !f an Mr. Kill? FIFTY KILLED IN PRUSSIA HEKL1N. Alari-li If.-A ilfeiMli-li from Btnrath. Klicnish Prussia, pays that Titty art1 estimated to haves lost their lives as tlift result ol -a large boiler bursting in the Rhenish elet-tru'al works. The ex- plosion buried Ui) workmen. People's Forum _j ft i NO FURTHER LOANS FROM U. S. TO ALLIES March The allied govenimeuls will re- calve no further loans from the United States government. Secretary Houston announced toair. FRANK ELLIS Attempt World's Record j STEAMER IN TOW HALIFAX, M.S.. Mnrch radio from tlie "steamer Lake Ellithorp, re- teivetf 'at the 1'nited States shipping ioard otlice here at 10.34 o'clock, 'this morning, reads: "In tovr steamer Maplemore. Very poor Re- quest that another ship stand by in case 'tow-lino parts. Under way 1.45 G. 5t. T." Officials of the United States shipping board here are en- deavoring to obtain a steamer to pro- ceed fo of the tow. UP TO HORTtCUtTURALISTS tth Av.v, N-. March IK'O. Editor lloruld. Sir. IVHowitis up the forrf'spon- iMui' in your OJIPU It'Uor cul until re- lutive :i> :in exhibition for I.ethhridgo this I wish to lake the oiiporluu- ity, the idea alivt-, to tu ibo of l.elh to logothei1 acid is tho only place of any size iliut uinnoi an annual llouiT .-'how. Curing the past two veuri? in of ilic oxlrome drouili. soiul and were livre, but 110 WAS yivi'ii. through tiie Kentbli As- to compete with eai'h other inr iho highest ;uvarUs or to demon- stnue wluii can be duiio iu the diKtion of fruits, vegetiblc-s' and are nway liehlnd smaller than 'iu the ot nnd nil wo yeJ U a litlle siiihusirissm, a'ouio ono id say "cuim1 on hays." "Let's yo" promote tho brightest and twi hortiVuI- turul show ever seen in LetlihriJye. The tlkanclns ot such ;i society woult) mu ho an impossible undertaking aud 1 k'fl sure the Herald would niil by giv- itii; tho affair all tho publicity uti-cs- It may to run the iknvf-r :ind show with tlie oUior exhibition, but lha' would prob- ably be a Iliflo too early for soil pro- to be UL their bert. any case ]et us make a start. The writer has hnt) experience in this class of work, organizing and cotulueluig Iiortu'nl- Eiiral shows and wouid gladly assist a fpw live wires to make possible a horticultural exhibition (or this year. I irust you ivill find space for this letter in due course. Thanking you in anticipation. Yours sincerely, William H. MacKmUwh. eml of Mrs has suvely the fair, but do nut call it off Uio tail aud ar- for 'a'fjUr for Iho exhibit ot (oral agriettllural other trial products. MnKe HLO atuusemeut eud of minor Importance1. Iu ilie early hltlory of American fairs horse racps were the leading feature of tbij piojframs. Today of the em alter fairs have cut this form of sport entirely off because It cost more than it was worth to the com- munity ami Ntelleve V sm safe iti saying that the majority of the larg- est American" talrt retain the j horse races through sentiment and with the iteaire to fowter what was onco a tmportint dgrlcultural 'ihr- broedlne autl iraiu- Ing of the American irotter. TUe writer has fairs where nearly one hundred thousand paid ad- missions were collected dally and where "kings and queens of the turf were racing for purses of money boforc half filled grandstands while an almost endless flow of [icople flood- the catlto and hog barus. Feoyle in ever increasing numbers attend fairs to learn something- They go to compare taeir grain, hay or livestock j with what, is on exhibit. have beard. tunny a fanner say while looking at an exhibit "'Mfnc's .-is good, I'll 1 ing some down next year." There the real reason for an agricultural fair. Start small hut Imild on tfie belief, tbal Lethbridge is destined to me day be tho spot of ihe western prairies." aud sue- IA sure. Thank you. 11. U'ver. CXrlUWA. March 1L Vance, of Vancouver, bus beeu pointed a commissioner under tbe qutrlea Act to investigate and report START A SMALL FAIR Editor Herald. tho viewpoint of an ex- hibitor at large and small fairs for a number of years 1 fully approve a recent letler by 0. P. L'rsenbaclt. It is a truth that if the tail wags the dog long enough tho dog gets very dizzy, perhaps dies.'Tho amusement cap Dependable or TTHE OilPnil it tlie efficient "and 1 economical oil burning tractor on tha market. This proved by an experience as old as the industry iticlf. There w practically no irind or condition of farm work in whicri trie Olirull has not proved its whether it sun-baked virgin on the prairies of the West.' or plowing through the muck ol the rice lands of South. One reason why the OilPull tractor is efficient oil-burning tractor is because tbe entire machine, including the motor patented oil carburetor, is built in the Rumely plant especially (or oil-burning. But y.ou don't have to take any chance eren on such a remarkable record as the OilPull has established. With every Oil- Pull you get a, writ ten guarantee that the tractor will burn all grades of kerosene under all and at all loads, to its full rated power. And in the unusually strong construction1 of the OilPull we find the reason for ita remarkable dependability well illustrated by the fact that the first OilPulls built are still in use and good for many seasons more. Moreover, this economical power is equally dependable and efficient at drawbar or belt, With its proper distribution of weight and its reserve power, it will handle any drawbar job put up to it. With ita throttle-governed engine, giving automatic speed control, the OilPull is to nono for close speed regulation on the even excepting the best steam engine built. No matter what the size of your you con get the OilPull tractor in a size that will properly meet your 3-plow to 10-plow capacity, "WHEN DO WE 12th St. Xurlh, March 5, 1920. Editor. Lethbridge Herald: we go 'round Hie miill- borry bush." The emplojpees more money, less work, and pay for time'they dou't work. Tho trades- men ratepayers have their new prices all out to meet the increased rates and Messrs. Eaton and Simpson have good reason to look forward to In- creased business. Hardio Co. will rest on their oars (or a lew days and then dole out the public funds in au endeavor ta sare thoir own necks. niusl coin another word. Soviet or Uulsbevik are a mis- nomer for the government of Lolh- bridge. What are yoti going to do about it, .Mr. Ratepayer? Wlieu do we cat? O. PKRDfE. WILL INVESTIGATE STK1KE OF 600 COAST DRIVERS I cm a dlajiyte between about forty-one flrDi's. members of Hio General land Aseoctatlon of British Columbia, aud who nre members c! the Brotherhood of Stablemen jnd. Helpers. Uoii received In the oi labor on February 21 from the eouver local union ot the brotherhood lor but iMUrni In wmwt TW nntar 4 fc nvMit tr of SllANGllAl, March (By Asso- ciated has broken out in Honan province because of the effort of tlie Peking government to appoint Kwang-Hsin, of province, to supplant Shao Yi, whose forces are opposing ot .that Wu Kwang-Hsin. This, and the outbreak of boslllities'.ln Kwang Tune province i where fishtins is proceeding between southern factions, has brought to light a league of eight Fuhlen, Kiang Su, Chih IJ, Honan. SEechwan, Hupc, Shantung and to effect peace by uniting against the mUHarlsts1 both of Peking nnd the south aud forcing dissolution of the parliaments at Can- ton and Peking. The force's supporting Sliao VI in Honan are moving on Cheng Chow and a cordon has been drawn along the Peking-Hanliow railway north of Cheng Chow to resist the Peltingj troops. BOLSHEVIKI PROPAGANDA DISTURBS AFGHANISTAN DELHI. India, March "Persons arriving here from Central Asia re- port that much alarm has been created in Herat, Afghanistan, by disclosure' of the fact that (he Bolshevik govefti- j ment in Russia secretly has taken the Jatushcd tribe tinder its official pro- j sa'ys the London Times' cor- respondent. "There had been much trouble for many years owing to Htis- sian intrigue with the Jamsheds until tlreat Britain induced Russia to ar-i range for the return of practically' the whole trihe to Its original home in Afghanistan. Recently, however, j there has been a large migration of i Jamsheds to soviet territory, Tho j ISolshcvikl arc using them to smuggle cattle nnd olbcr supplies out of tho province of Herat." Tito Manitoba Trustees' Association will ask tho Dominion Government to set aside Nov. 11 of each year as a Na- i tioiial Thanksgiving IMy. LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS AND SERVICE STATIONS BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY LTD., LETHBRIDGE ALEX, McDONALD; MACLEOD GEO. MORTON, WARNER AXEL. ANDERSON, GRANUM JAMES BEGUIN, FOREMOST WM. FOOTE, PINCHER CREEK C. A. FERGUSON, CARDSTON BARONS IMPLEMENT AND ACCOUNTING AGENCY, BARONS NOBLE FOUNDATION LIMITED, NOBLEFORD FRED COTTAM, COALDALE A. SWENNUMSON, BOW ISLAND J. J. B1LLINGMEIR, TABER I. J. BURR, MANYBERRIES MCMILLAN DASE, GRASSY LAKE GEO. T. WRIDE, RAYMOND j DID YOU KNOW YOU COULD HEAT WATER IN A PAPER BAG! j On (he tliwiry Hut heat travels up- ward it is to htat walcr In a puprr IJJIK iivcr an ordinary jet 1 without burning the bug. This Idea Klioulil br. many a travelling I win. often uxixirloticua the htinl- of liavini; in put at a small I my where hot water Is a bur u necessity for shaving, DONT ROB THE'KIDDIES; of the foods that'promote growth. Aty essential food element for tfrowind driWmi are the Vitamins" found in the whole wheat, Shredded Wheat contains afl the vitaiws and mineral Salts combined -with the body-, building elements in the whole the perfect food for growing children.Two Shredded Wheat Bisonts served with hot milk make a wara.nourishind meal at a cost of a few cents-the most real food for the least money. MAO? IN CANA'JA Distinctive Style In Men's and Young Men's Stilts In the Newest Spring Models Ready for Your Inspection Our display of FIT-REFORM and SOCIETY BRAND SUITS AND OVERCOATS is more extensive and attractive than we' have had the pleasure of .offering for some time ?i Large shipments have recently new spring merchandise for men of all kinds. Do your Easter buying early, you will have a much better selection to choose the advantage of having the first "pick" while the "picking" is good. Special New Spring Suits on Display for Week-end Selling and SPRING OVERCOATS UP NEWEST STYLES IN DRESS SHIRTS Dr. Jaegers, Cluett Peabody and W. G. R. makes. We can still offer you these better makes at very reasonable prices. Shirt Prices, and up. Fancy Stripe Silk Shirts. Prices, to CORRECT STYLES IN NEW SPRING HATS Stetson, Mallory, Borsalino and Other Raliable Makes. Prices, up. Buy your spring outfitting at the store where quality and service is the first con- sideration and where you will find a larger selection of the newest to choose from, Be Here Saturday McKelvie TllC