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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FIliDAY, VHK LRTHBlilDOK DAILY HERALD MG13 GERWIIIH {Ficon' Our WIN'MIPKUU. March IO.--KOY. Sib- bald is leaving Winiittred. and Kolug 10 I.edue.iAlla. He'Is'changing from mission field to a Self-susUluius charge-. Among the different candi- dates for this charge he received thafl the- of candidates put together. He has always wau'leil to get Into tljls dhtrlct as lie likes the location better than arty other sec lion of the country. Leduc Is one o! the best charges in (he Udmoiitoi! Tresfiylery: !lev. sn-1 -Mrs. Sibbald'; many.friends regret Ihelr leaving es .Mrs. J'.'N. Tate. aeiiloi1 school teach ,ev is still very ill with pneuifonla. Mr, O. -YJInlah of RoEctown. Sask.. .biullier.ot Mrs. Tate came Monday to fee .-what .could bo done Kad to tak'j counsel with the doctor. II. T. l.ii (her sent a message for her brother to come, also her brotiier-iii- law.. C'. H. S. Tate came in answer lo a IcIcErtin. Mr, lilen Plilllius had another valu- able horse killed by the O.l'.ll. trains this week. .Mr. 0. II. Scott and Frank Baker eturncJ tionl this week. We are pleased to report a sligiu inprovernent in Mrs. J..Collins' con- dition this week. She is still very 111. Mr. Goo. i'rcdrlckson of l.othbrldga suendiiiS a few days on Ills torn soutbeuBt of Wlntiifrod to get things ii order for spring work. Tao ladles' Aid will meet at the Cilobo storo rcsti'Ooni March IS. Tha concert and pie social has been post- poned to a future time.' v Douglass Churl er returned to Whin I- this week from Spokane where Klad to see the boys return.% Goo. Oliver of Bow Island Suudayed at the home- ot .Mr. M. H. Smith. (Frotn Our Own Correspondent) OH10N, Or'.oii Con- solidated school was re-opened vn March 1st, with tbu samo teacheis'as finished last term. Mtsu Skellon tu charge of the senior school and Miss Cress in charge of the Junior school. The weather last week was tor the Inost-part very rough and the attend- 'PLANKS TO D ORE FROM MINES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA 0. Li Blacksiruni and family re- turned-to Winnlfred .Monday from Spoknno, Wash., where they went to spend 'the winter. Many friends will resrct to learn of the serious illiu'ss of -Mrs. Will Camp- bell who underwent an operation this week. We are pleased to reiiorl her condition very favorable. Schools are not uiicrietl as yet fol- lowing tlie closing- caused by sick uess but all cases' are very favorably so far. Harry Peters hud the misfortune of losing two very valuable oiv .registered mare and a stallion valued et J1.500.... Louie Castelaria returned from Lethljridge Monday where he went eat tbe lillo deed of his homestead Henry Baker is very ill with influ- enza In (be camp at Derby, Montana. Ilia many friends all join In wishing] blui a speedy recovery. Wiuuifred was 'visited by a heavy blizzard Saturday, March 0. Sunday It commenced-to soften, and Starch 8th wo bad a real chlnook. Itev. II. C. Woods'of. Orion 1s the guest of liev. Slhbald. Rev. Woods and Hcv. Sibbuld will attend the Pres- bytery assembly at -Medicine Hat tills week. The Winiilfred hotel is being de- uolislicd very fast. 'Everybody Is uixious to'sco the.horrid vacant siruc- ure taken down. The work .will be finished thin week. Winnifred is oaking forward for some, one to act and build a nice modern rooming louse. It is a ijnldndld opportunity. Jim Fishw .returned from Bangor, .Maine, tilts week, ready for spring work. Geo. Scott's many friends were cer- tainly glad to see hiui in town Monday entirely'recovered ffoni his long sick- IICHS of .lack Itiggs went to. Medicine' Hat this week io receive medical help. He has-been, ailing for some time. up to Ihe average. This year two wi lha toutracts 'or van have been taken by ladles. MTU. Win. Miller and Mrs. Lee 'Miller, hut as Mr. Win. and JIr. Lee Miller aro both trustees of the Consolidate'.! school board there has been some tulk as to whether It is the correct tiling to do. The other routes aro taken by Mr. H. Teck and Mr. Donald Jackson. Wo aro sorry to record thn death VATICAN DENIES IT ilOMR, .March Vatican has issued a denial of a. report in ctrcjilii- lion that thu Holy See is favoring a union 'of Bavaria with Austria and the other German Catholic, slates, willi a view to isolating Prussia. on. March :ird ot Mrs. Carl Johnson, who lived norlb of Orion, alter only il- short period of sickness, pneumonia following 'flu was ihe cause of her death. She, will be buried iu Die, States. Mr. Carl Johnson was also sick with Iho 'fin at the lime ot his wife's death. He was removed to his father's in Orion and is now improv- ing and able lo got ont again. Tliorc has been ciiiite a number 6! 'tin cases here, however nearly all a're getting over it, south of town Mrs. Nottingham has had pneumonia but Is recovering now and'it is she will soon he alright again. Hev. Woods is away attending meat- ings at Medicine Hat which liavo lo do with the Presbyterian church, and oil that account there was no church I service held at Orion on March 7th. Sunday school was held, but owing to tho sickness In the district there was I only a moderate attendance. Thursday had another fall or snow, which was followed by much colder weather and much snow drift; inK on Saturday. Today, however, we have a welcome change, the snow is melting and the gophers havd made their appearance in this district, a snro sign that spring will soon bo lero. a sillies tF destroy tbe germs which causa sore throat, quinsy, lonsilitis. a box handy. I So much easier to use Iban to the lasie. 9 ALL DRUGGISTS Httinil Ckoicn! Co. c! Limit CONTINUE EGG.LAYING TESTS 12. Announce- OTTAWA, March ment has been made by F. C. Klford, Dominion poultry husbandman, that OTTAWA, March Cana- dian Sinclair, of Anil- gonish, vsna Informed at question time iu the house yesterday that 1.17C per- manent appointments and orury assignments Lai] been made by tbe'civil service commission since the artuislice. Of ihe Jailer, many thou- sands were for short periods. Pius Miobaud. of Victoria. N.B., was informed that Canada raid during Iho fisccl year ended March 31. 1919. on loans floated in the Unit- ed Slates. The question of exchange '.difi not ariso in tbese payments. Canada's Enlistments Joseph DenjerB, St. John's, was In formal Ibat the grand total rccruttei in Canada for the Canadian sipedi tlonary force, to December 31, 191S, ex elusive ot thoso .enlisted for nava service, Hoyal Air Forco, Imperial ine- chanlca! transport, inhinj water trans port, and exclusive of British and a' lied reservists, was r.Hl.472. Thor. were enlisted In K'nglaml. Cans dians for overseas service, other thai for Canadian expeditionary force, an 21.109 oilier than for overseas in Can- ada, and British and allied re-i servists, or a total of MS.961. Until ail documents have been returned from overseas, no final statistics can be is- sued. Wheat Exports Mr. Mlchaud was told iiial bushels of wheat exported to tho United Stales dm-inc 1'jlii. In the samo .year bushels were sent to Europe. Of this amount iid.- OiO.SM bushels wore exported IhrouEh the United States. William Duff, I.unciibcrg, .waa in- formed that the tabling of thu report of the International Fisheries com- mission was 'jonsidoration with the United Slates government. A- L. DeseanlnieiB, Champlain, wns informed Ihut the of Canada since November 11. 191S, to foreicn countrleJs, were as folbws: Canadian Loans Italy's total ndvanie. interest is payable half-yearly at per cent, in Canadian dollars. The VANCOUVER, March Shipments by airplane of ore from some of the Northern Brltlih Col- umbian mines will soon be an es- tablished fact, according to Lieut. E. O. Hall, of this city, who, with othtr airmen, his contracted with a Seattle firm to deliver a special- ly designed flying boat for use at Stewart, B. C. Sufficient contracts have been signed by mine owners of the dls- Wet to keen this and other air- planes busy for five years, one of tho most important of the signa- tories being tho well-known Grin- by Corporation. WAR AVEALTH JUST ROLLED HIGHER AND HIGHER LN ENGLAN1 show an lacrosse of ver tbe previous year, and noiwitb- Undlng the heavy increases in wages ud other operating expenses, the cet revenue ar. Ir.crcass lar '.Is year of All directors acd oih'cars .were rc- oleclcd. LONDO.S'. March Canadia are some interostlu contrasts presenting economic condl ions available here. Today Colwyn, chairman of the Income ta gave the Manchester chamber ot commerce three instances of Inflations of war fortunes. One was a man who was worth one mil- n, and It bad now been multiplied s times. Another man who had ree luillion had multiplied it five six times. Some aliens who camo during the war had capital of joat They got hold of Ings the government wanted and eir capital was mow half a million )unds. Sir William Penrco, chairman of Iho mmittec on taxation of war wealth, Id another gathering of a working an who presented the stato with his itlre war wages sayings, amounting 90 pounds, in recognition of sacrl- ces of his fellow countrymen.. FASHION CRAFT SPRING OVERCOATS The light weight pure wool fabrics of these coats mean warmth and comfort to the user as well.as.prolonged service. Ample, full lines so draped that they graceful and a stylish appearance. and linings, Per- fect, inside construction as well as outside. able December 33. 133 Greece, .Canada advanced up to for purchases !n Canada, thcs carry interest at cont. anil d< bent'ures. will lie due on June 30, 192' Belgium; Canada agreed to advaiit at "per cent., the nece sary debentures for which have bee deposited iir London to tho order lio, finaiictj luJiiisler. Rumania; 'advance purchases .in dancda. The total advances, including c .racls entered iiito and still imount to The Ian minister in London has deposite ii bond for to cover the n vnhcc] 0.00 WAK VETERANS ASK GREATER ADVANTAGES IN SETTLEMENT VINNIPEG STREET RAILWAY MADE MONEY LAST YEAR WINNIPEG, March niimia icellng of tbs Winnipeg Electric Rail ar Company end subsidiary com allies was held here on Wednesday he financial statement presentet bowed gross earnings of nd openiting cliarges. expenses, flset barges and depreclallou at 1S.40. The gross cnrntngs for Ihc yei pleasing sense of being in the mode which goes with a STETSON. Then, too, you have the exceptional' duality traditional with STETSON for halt a century. JOHN B. STETSON COMPANY Philadelphia, U. S, A. STETSON rn fadeless s Hirer's SHIRTS i For Who Some people have longer arms than size of nedk and size of body do not always run proportionately. When you buy ordinary shirts you may get suited in and a misfit in all others. The shirts that we sell are made to fit right. You can get a style that will bring you comfort, no matter what the peculiarities of your figure. "Arrow" shirts are built logically and correctly. We carry "Arrow" shirts in very ex- tensive assortments. We have every size made for all the new attractive patterns, and shades. to Wl NN1 PEG. Ma rch 1 mftrning session of the Manitoba GJO frisr Veterans' Association's convc lion n resolution was adopted urging greater advantnscs be incorporated in Hie soldiers' settlement' inw as an in- centive lo soldiers to go on the laud and as a means ot. enabling all .hon- orably discharged men lo participate !n the benefits of the soldier settle- ment scheme. It- wns furOlcr urged at nil settlers ho allowed two years qe interest on their slock and uipment agreements and thai, they alloweil Uiree clear years before alting Ui first payment on such srecniont. Louis KEEL Oliver Block 318 Fifth Street Shop of Fashion Craft Clothes ANADA PAYS DUES TO NATIONS LEAGUE OTTAWA, March (By Canadian is among the first ass members of tliu league of na ous, according to a statement made y Mr. HowcU in Ihe house of com- ,ons yesterday afternoon. In con- ormtty with Article C of the peace roaty Ocrmriny, contri- ntion towards Ihjc league h fixed on he of tho apportionment of the xpcnscs of Uic luternalionfil bur f the Universal Postnl Union, 1ml tlio dual'amount which Canndii may he alted upon to contrihiito must ncces ariJy ilepend iipon ihe1 number lassificallon of these .slates iccomo inftmbtra tlto league of na- Canadn's contrihutiuii for the iacal year ended March 3, 1920. was [jcctl ot poiuidH, whlcli. at the -iirreiil n'Uc of exchange on Febr 3, Iho'flEiln fin whidi tbn draff, was lo London, amounted lo Ii3.15. HESE DAYS WE'RE ALL LOOKING FOR GOOD VALUE IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ON SATUR- DAY WE ARE OFFERING EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUES IN MEN'S SUITS The values that we are showing are this season's newest mod- els made up in fancy worsteds and tweeds; slyles in waistline, belted and natural fitting models. to JUST-WRIGHT SHOES WE ARE OFFERING 15% DISCOUNT ON ALL LINES, Those wlio arc secWni; dlstinclivcncss and smartness in footwear will find it here. New Arrivals of Meris Suitings on Display Imported'English tweeds and worsteds in plain and fancy pal- terns. Those who prefer a suit made up to their individual measurement will find lots of nifty suit lengths here that we can make up for you, fit guaranteed, expert, workmanship. NEWEST CREATIONS IN HATS AND CAPS Here will find the tiBwcsl la aprlnc fKi itylo and shade best Bulled to jour manner NEW DAYTON NEWS (Frtirii our Own CoirefipomlCTil) N'EW DAYTON. March vca lor lias brieii cdul these lasl few Ifiys bill (juitn warm torlay, Thnr will bo (ill kinds ol iriolsturo to slart1 spring work big dnnco held in (ho New Dayton Tfif; peoiilc camo in rpflo ot tlio (Olff wcalhcr. Mr. Sltaf.y Wliilsel has started back lo llic Now school again. .Miss Vivian Tuff ami Mr. Klglii I'oteraon over to call on Mins Lena Morrieal and Mlsa lleutz. Mr. Winnlfrcd Ilosficltoii nnd Mr. Rcrl Ntvcn rolurned from Lcthb-idRC today. MiRH Kdna Atkins has boon on Ibe Blck list. c Mr. and A. Morton ivcre Loth- VWBO visitors last week. dress. HATS to to SPECIAL One Ladies' Blue Serge Suit, hand failored, size 42. Regular value. (Queen.Quality To clear at Two Ladies' Light Colored All Wool Tweed Spring Coats, size 18 and 20 years. Regular value To clear al FRED THAELL Phone 1160 315 Fifth StreetS. Phone 1160 ;