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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1H21 J HE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE WILL SEED HEAVILY f SummerfiUknw With This Snow Makes Them Feel Optimintic (From Our Own Correriioniloni) VULCAN. Mm-. storm and that sttrttiil un frth and lasted uhtil lltli, wan ono of tho Iioariffit thiif. hi vet hero for vujtrB. A. raul. oi' wnuw haw fal- len and ,owinK to iibnuncii of wind it Una been fairly wutl distributed ovor tlio land. This will u very good an the front preuy well out oi the ground the j-nov.- 10 iull. am! n.. (iouht Uu- moisture will soak down at lear.t eishUieii iuitlies, art them is aiivi'dy almm-ninn of moisture in tlio ground. This should give thn a good etart att far as inoistum is aud in view of tho fat-1 tliui Foster, thn Indians und kll our own local prophets urc for ;i wot yoar. tho farmers in this district are very optimistic, and there arc very 1'ew who have any qualms uliout full granaries this fall. The land around here is in extifllleut shape for ;i bumper crop, as there was more suniiiierfiillowinR done last sea- yon than.over before in tho history oi the district. A very Ijrge iirca will ho seeded this year, anil'the i'armerd are liusily cnRiigc'd in propuring for lions as soon as the r-nm comes out and melts the snow. Hockey Club Smoker Tho Yulean Hut-key Club held a very enjoyable smoker at Lem Uroth- ers' Cafe on nijtht. when imalnesB muttors were discusatui, and officers elected fur the coming year. MY. Itoy Ferguscm 'Tag fleeted dent, K. M. Andt.u-.3uii, vicii-presidoni. A motion was made and CiirrioU thai and btMtall dub MMl- I to BUM of I Th. Vulcan AlhUtln Club. i thm wn look (or 1m- provniiiei'.t In sport circlet hirt over lust and with Vulcwi Athletic Chili the After the conclusion of buiUMiu) the smoker took on a more aoolal u- poet, and and Initro- mental selection" by local talent to tho enjoymtat of all present. "ilia various puhllc orimlltatloni of ihn town have been so auccvMful In arranging anil producing an- tm-talnnients. and klniU o! shows, that the band quietly col- of the and moat likely talent ot Vulivan, and they are assiduously practicing and rtheari- iiiK a farce-comedy pltr that will bt staged at the Opera House the near future. We are not In poaition to Clve out any more Information on the Hubioct juat at present, ai wa do not wisii to xtaitle (lie theatrical world with too much data. Community Club Lunchaon The March monthly luncheon of tne Community Cluh to htld on the ISth lust, in being looked fnrward to with eager anticipation by everyone j These popular affairs are certainly i catchins on in no uncertain manner, j itnd Ihc Cluh have been very fortuu- nto iu securing the Indies' aid as erars. and Mr. D. H. Kllon. of Leth-l bridge, who will give popular dress on "The Gospel of Sunshine." Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Dickinson, who been spending the winter ill Opening of Farfamert TALK Nothing Likely To ite About it at Too Hif h Same pay more profit: than Usually the greatertHe profit The grocer pays moreforRetf Rose than for other he sells it at a less profit. When you buy Red Rose you buy the best. ,r. T_. _, r nf: Ol ki tliPir ceremonial robes. Tins is the ''H16 thc monarchs have been photographed with their pagsa. Victoria, have returned to Vulcan: 'Sir. H. IT. Nafziger, returned from c Stratford, Ont., last nigUt. whftru hot music. has been visiting' relative! for the pasij few 'weeks. .Mr. Mrs. Middletoo, who went in the coast ou their honeymoon I'till, only returned to Vulcan Thursday nielli. .Mr. attended the Plumbers' Convention "held at Leth- hridKC on the llth. dancs wider 'tfre auspice's or the local Kt'bekah lodge on Friday the (reeling temperature over people were present, and all report an I night, was am; of the most successful over hold by that organiaHtion. Despite 1ENMM FREIGHT RATES HIT LIVESTOCK SHIPPERS TORONTO. Mar. rep- I resenting ail the large stockyard cen- tros in tho Dominion attended a tneet- j ing ol' tho Canadian livestock exchange here Saturday nigh't, and the prevail- i ins; opinion was that tlie high freight i fates had a tendency to keep shippers from shipping to a great number of markets. Vice-president Oatwell was delegated to confer with E. S. Todd of the Eastern Canada livestock ex- change with reference to the ques- tion pi rates governing the movement Will Be Large Acreage in Crop So Hope Rainfall is Copious of Canadian livestock exchange will hold u convention in Montreal next year. Mun-h lUs not thc I intention of tho Dominion Kovernment ;it the nretmit time to dereltin the j water transportation service in the west, uci'ordinf to a letter jtm roceiv- by the V. K. A. from the Hon. X. 13. McCurdy, federal minister of pub- lic works. A ettge has been mentioned by the farmers' orgnnirution that the Sr-askatrhewan river might be so improved in order to permit of traffic from Edmonton to tiake Winnipeg, but thc minister points out that this ;il, the present scale of wages would cost approximately He mentions, however, that at the proper [time when conditions are more able, that the government will give the matter further consideration. In his letter the Hon. Mr. McCurdy states: "The engineers of the department ativise that the report on the survey. which, however, has not yet been pub- lished, shows that a navigable water- way for light draft vessels from Ed- monton to Lake Winnipeg by dredg- ing, diversion and bank protection wurks and by the ot six dams with locks and canals could possibly be provided at a cost for this part of the work on pre-war prlcee of at present prices it would probably exceed the sum of "As the matter stands there is no certainty that suitable can be j found of such aggregate .capacity as1 will permit the retardation of the flood] waters coining down from the tafcs and hold enough in reserve for; partinl control and distribution UuHogi tii3 period of deficiency. "Tin. licheme no doubt at thc proper tinje JIIH] when conditions are more favorable will come up for careful con-! uidenuion. I can assure you thai I! am quite niire to the importance gradually our waterways' and I ura fully in sympathy with tho j object of the resolution passed hv thc f, A." I From Jail GRAIN STOCKS Wl.VMPKG. Mar follow- ing statement of atocks in 4ore In i terminal at Fort William j and Port Arthur ou March 11. with re- ceipts and shipments iltiriug the was issued by the board of grain! commissioners on Saturday Stocks in bushels; oats 168.583; burley 2.404.379; i flan L776.841; rye 342.169. liusheis; oats 1.04J.S60; barley 1'78.310; flai' rye Sliipments. 84S.075 liushels; oats 24B.14o; barley flax 14.556; rye .1.167. Lieut-Col. J. L. Youngs. M. has been appointed census cbmuiisiiioner for North Perth. William Irena, Winnipeg atrlke leader, year's seBtenca expired laat week, took part In a debatfl In the Manitoba Legiskuure OB f'rlday. March 4th. GISH 'LITTLE1 RT5? A PAFIAMOUMT PICTURE COMING TO THE KING'S THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. BLUE RIBBON TEA fine QUALITY of BLUE RIBBON TEA Is the result of experience combined with a real desire to produce the best possible article. Now that Trade conditions are becoming more normal, the QUALITY of BLUE RIBBON TEA Is BETTER THAN EVER. TRY IT, (r'rom Our Own Correspondent) j 1 WRENTHAM; March very) j heavy snow fell here on Thursday and Friday last. A real winter blizzard I was in evidence, the first we have had this year. On account of the storm the hard time dance was cancelled. Everyone rest up fur the big masuuerado next 1 Friday, March ISth. j Church and Sunday school are now j being operated by the Rev. Mr. Grif- fiths of New Dayton. A largo audience was present the first Sunday. It Is to bo hoped the good work will continue dominating Influence in the, com' munlty. Everyone is Invited. i Miss Lily Perkius has been spend' Ing several days with her parents in Wrentham, as her room has been i-los- in Taber school on account of.a.) scarlet fever epidemic, Mr. aud Mrs. Chisholm of Saskat- chewan are visiting with Mr. Robt. Poster, Mrs. Ohisholm's son. The big school dance advertised for March 25th has been changed to (March 34th Proceeds to go to buying a baseball outfit for the school. The contest which thc Citizen's Lumber Co. are staging for the Wrentham and Owens school, closes on Friday, March ISth. The contest is open to all school children. The best ossay on "The Value of Better Build- will receive a prize. The j second best and -the next ten ibest each. Mr. H, E. Alley who has been spend- ing the winter in Spokane has return- ed home again. He says the weather conditions here are much better than! in Washington. t Mr. Olsen of the Citizens' Lumber! Co., was in Wrentham Friday and Sat- urdky on business. The tshool' Is uow operating two thei new building. Mrs. Purd-[ dy has charge of the junior work and Mr. Coombs of the senior classes. Visitors are made welcome 'at all times. The staff will appreciate any constructive criticism .from those who visit. But they consider those who do j not visit school are not in a position1 to offer suggestions. Will Be Large Acreage Farmers are aii busy preparing'for j spring work- A large acreage Is ox- i pected in this district, as we all have faith in the rainmaker. Everything) seems to move in cycles. Every four I years in this province we have had a j heavy rainfall, so we are due for it I this year.. Hatfield has everything in his favor. We hope we get vain, j whether he brings it or not. The subject ot a night school is uj current one In Wrentham. Mr. I Coombs has expressed liis willingness to handle it. There ,are nine or ten who have expressed their desire to go. It is expected it will start some time this week. MORE BOLSHEVIK SOLDIERS REVOLT! HAVE YOU TRIED IT YET? NOT B L E A C H E D PURE W H O L E S 0 M E i YOUR DEALER HAS IT OR CAN GET IT. TIEVAL. Mar. 12. j nymbors of Bolshevik soldiers arc re- ported to have joined the revolution-1 aries as u of tho capture Ijy the j latter of Krasnoya Gorka. Peterhof and Sergieoveka, in the vicinity of Petrograd. According to the latelt ad- vices received here the revolutionar- ies operating against' Petrograd have captured Galerny quay, the admiralty, the Baltic and Warsaw stations, the customs house and the xae works. The Bolshevik are Raid tn be hold- ing.their ground in the other parts ot the city. j FRANCE ON FAST I TIME AT MIDNICHTj PARIS, Mar. will summer time at midtilKhi when the clocks will he advanced ono I hour. Tho summer time vrill end Oc- tober CAR CHECKER KILLED WOODHTOflK. Out, Mav. HP- ginald Emmoraun, rar chcitkur 1111 the Grand Trunk Inntaiitly Xilled In the yardi ot Woudmock jusc before noon tilS'-vfett sU'utlt ____ Have Bread Filled With Raisins For Flavor and for Health A bread is made that's full ofraititu, luscious nuggets of sun-cured California fruit, Nature's own confections. It's called Sun-Maid Raisin Bread. First-class bakers make it, and supply it to retailers, or you can bake it at home according to the recipe below. Serve such bread because it's rtal raisin bread and because it's healthful. Raisins are rich in natural iron content. Natural iron in the blood makes ruddy, rosy cheeks. Rosy cheeks make pretty women prettier. One needs but little iron daily, but that need is vitally important. Eat raisins daily and be sure you're getting all the iron you need. SUN-MAID RAISINS SUN-MAID Raisin Bread 3 cups flour 1 ttuponn Hie 3 leant toupooni baking powder tablopoani of Migar IK CHIN milk If dcnnd to nuke bend a little rich- 2 taMupocxu of bumsr and batten