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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It I'UIDAY, 5lAHC.ll 21, PAGK SEVEN Girl Suicide in Calgary Was Likely to Train Soldiers Wife of Lethbridge Soldier Here in Irrigation Farming President Mamoch Tells Hoard of Question Up A letter from tlie amalgamated lioarda of trade iu tbe districts ei- tho appreciation of ihc; inttr- ami cn-Qprration of the Hoard of Trade was raad w the meet- vt Die board of trade alter 'the Thursday. aml'also one from ibr lireal Kails ('oin'm'icial Club want- ing to knuv it liu'ro Wfrv :iny nvuihihlo marking romr from Mon. tiuui to as (he club desired JjifofjimliJti on iljai point in that il iimtrlniitod that would bo ;i deal of travel into tun l.ul to the favor. This uw r of fast _ time. This uwi willi tbo approval the iMwUns. 1 Mr. S. S. Dunham niov.-d iliut inallvr he tabled, and %'uyor I v movej that llu- Fiur.o b( I- Ii uvt'r (oriv flirt her con s? UK1 ra lion. TlK1 auicod- men I carried, I. D. A, Executive to Meet President Marnoch mentioned that executive of (tie newly-formed lv- rlpatlon Povoloiwu-nl Asswljmoii j in .ihe thy ni-xt t Tiierp In- ahum ibirty prpat-iu., v uml lio tliat they present i In- luncheon oa tliat duy. This was agreed to. Education Needed M r. .M a rnot'h1 ji v UAV uf repou 'of Hit 'FLU SITUATION Tlie Board of Health IrcM ;i ,-fiuri iJH'i'tiux vesterday UUOIl lo tlu- "Jill fliMUi- uYlui Ic in-xt Saiuvilay noun, truing on inspcci Mit- loni (.-vei-lfd in tho grounds. The ihiiiy-Uvo houses uith influenza cases reported on in all but one ap- proacht'.s the maximum daily report during Hn1 [ircvalc'iuv df now over rai-i'r ihc iiy. Tin- M viewed serious lij authorities. 1 Ol 11-iVVL HIUI III' 11 .i-'.-i-j fii i jiui i m i in; uci ibis summer. :nul Kdmtmtm) whirii had ftppe. nott'SPiiry. j the prt'ss. IK- ivcuild Telephone to Waterton j tnally in n-gai-il to iln- Mime. The ntemliciv of ILUn! hail lhai that it) the matter of teleplion'i j ih iht cast were Jiulu iucUtiPil to in- cuniieoiitiu .lelween Hty and in the of ttie sflnie. as j ilie weri. This iliil u, I'ri'jiiu'i-Stewart, will be insialltnl, development MOV; to ihe front. 'A sooil ilL-nl had bevii c-rl in the eastern papers in rtyard tti it: Winnipeg an of C'oti vein ion, and there was a deal the Toronto JCrlotn1 iu reff-rcnt'C to ihc same. AVhilo surprised ai ihe the iiorihem t :ro the fnllowing opinions neic ex-j of the in roeai'I i I'1 summer. .Marnoch Mated that b' fi-na) two jmblu'Miiot. jiK'Uin-n nf d'ult danlens to r.? liu'i'it in tbfir iFaiies, Saving -Lion f daylight Kdmontim her vejran! lo tlu- 1 Mrs. Charlotte E. Harrison 19 year old wtfe vfiio commuted suicide in Calgary, of Ptc. Harrison, A lacal man, now cverteas. ,Thc parents of the hand sre bighly-resp-cted people, who. corning from old originally, have resided in Leth- v bridge for a considerable Thtir home is on 15tin St. North Pte. Harrison net his wife m the Pass, at and his marriage lived v.ith his parents on his going overseas. Her behavior here did rot aHotjethtr meet wit1! the approval of the old and owing to ctrlain information that she was going about wHh s bank clerk here, the husband arranged to step the pay allowance she was receiving. Later ihe late Mrs. Harrito-i went to Calgary, following, as it is sup- posed, the young man with whom was enamored. It is under- stood she feared facing her hus- band, who was daily expected home, and this may possibly ac- count for the action she r.ishly took. ik- ff-r the 5 ami: vv p. i i !Q Vancouver Paper I'romotin Flight Connecting AMierta H. C. Cities K. Farm 1 While in oftaua f saw SV-iKtior i toll I him that he a school fur fain. wluj! fi been van-kins fm- imi furniintt at had iT.nuiier of IT in UTIDOXI tills T tit1 Frnu'.or wouM do as couM tn trie irriffiitt'il farming for -ilif I r etui m rj iu un n r tin' KxiJl-rinifriiUl 1 by Ur, lilac k of the- lenient Board, with .Mr. Cri-i' ui> Minister of Agrirultuzv, das to fur i iVjri'f I with iho Aiiriitl j t pruinotini; ;ui ihfc llopky .M'Min-; incline a tliah: J, iif.nan. M.I1, at liHf Afte lyiiry plans LTC to t ami NERVES ALL ON TENSION? A mother in the a man or woman at busi- ness, with nerves undone and the system generally feeling the strain, should find wonderful help in nil 'HAT LAWYER DIES rcgar-I ,Mr. read a from mhiisif-rs ibis wa? not Itutavv t'luii fif Vancouver "ayinj; 'Jia; rr-lher abFr-ii'. "ini out' mini.-- s it -.vlrcil OUn'.va-about the -.lay-; (or had (In? improssiou that the Do-! Xaviim 'Itr make tlie saint1 con-: minion Hov'-rnnn.-nt actually ?old thej f-'nil t-j the S. litiio, ami nskinu'wnter ?o the There was co-oil era I ion of the local club to isiisatipreliension us iu tlie Wiiter rents payable. E Preniier Sympathetic Manmirh tnM tlmt premier j Sfcwart was finite in synipauiy with i! irrigation .stliLMiie. He lirul snc- in making him make immedi ate foiineciifin with Dnininion gov- cirumeni. Tho pretnlor so I with tbc pt-lH-inc that he swiil thai ine of ImpoiU-d Shorthorns Will Mnke This District Kanuius ycsiunlay of Hoi'm ilu- :inn of LaiiUiin. Hand. teemed, leave a tlrcii. liveii in .M- ihe period of five neci-_d wii.'t tin; luv: he wns :i partner IllfjJlly (ami n-cirn, !H ,-iauU tlitit only Canadian and ainiicu are eligible to compeu-. r nun-hines of 01 JJiii- i.-li The fliiriit is tci rimtnil (if a Ciiininittce of the Atria 1 ;nni The ami trophlts and a will ho awarded. The i is-, lo lU'motiatraifl "itie prAciiva-; -ibilitv mill relialjilUy of an aerial imiil' hprvicr-." but otemc-nt of COIUJH'- Hat for iHuiii may be introduced if cull- tlinii niiicliine is avaihilite. Tin- which iii'.-. 1 iis SIKIU ;t procurei! fioiu Powerful sedatives or strong medicines are habit- forming and dangerous. The logical help is a form of nourishment abundant in tonic properties. Scott's brings strength to the body, through nourish- ment thai is felt in every part. If inclined to be nervous, the logical answer Emufaon. Scon Jk BOWKS, a the government to put the lisM savins bill into operation. (3. Green ssijit that. upeaklDR t> nti employer of labor, lie WAS not ii c handed to the province, In ruiily to ii question from Tilayor as tn the Alberla, govern- was averse, to borrowing the money fro.iti tlic Donilnion jovern- it the interest pnyardu- was than which could ho ob from ihc lioml hoiiEPs, Ulr. IM OF SEEDING indications Are Acreage Will Ifc Largest in History of South j Summer lulls and tlif; first robin tind seeding and, n lot other tilings are in tho ivir today- Tins is tho first duy of spnng. And it U truly a spring day. tin- rnerc-nry hnvvriug nroiuul win- -'igriciillnval world: tloo.U Shnploy Mii5r .Co., Hie Waterloo Co., This firm taking tho and of Unonl Sliaiilnv jt simmlentB indicatf! tliat the will Ihc hcnvitiit in the history of south, provided those in need of it have no difficulty in securing seed grain. None of liiu- r-umfrrs are likely to be. heavier in propor- tion than in ycara iKifil. year on the rail- way tlivisioti over acTeri were ?Lulled. Tins year i.? -Mkcly lo he well over acre1; in rrop owliiR to the fact Unit a groin deal of new breaking was done, while the cron failure in certain districts re Bulled in hMng prepared early1 for Iliis year's seeding. Soil cotiditioiis are not so favor- able us could be iioncd for. I.ast year's total precipitation was only inches, during the f.ill atir] early wjnter high winds took Ihc moisture out of the soil. However, during the past monlh about t- Inches of fell, and Ihla lias served lo put the i lopsoil at least in good cohdiUon to[ receive the seed. >fji1r Co.. at Calgary and Kdmon- lon. T. U. Scot I, who tins been wilh C6old ShapHy Muir Co, (or more i tlijkn twenty years, will be manngor of'thc new company. II is tho liitmtioti of Iho'rnitcO mid Thrcfthcr.5, to ndd, j In Ihe nenr fiilurc. several new j to already mentioned. i Allen .Inck will represent the com-1 paiiy in Ix'tiibildgc. Good News for 1919 Quality Clothes Spring and models tetter tiianeTer.; .-f, Styles chic, shape sure.. Prices consistent with value and lasting service. 2 You get what you pay for, no less, plus satis- faction. Sold at Canada. 200 shops in L KEEL ''Fashion Graft Agency" LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ;