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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATl'HOAY, MARCH 22. fHK D.MI.Y llER.H.h PACK F1F1 TALK OF IM' Mr. Skiff Farmer, About Irri- (alien Mr. and -Mri.' Ilawke. v.uo have toeti j'.enulnie tlie last four inoalfes In San KranciMO. ore at tbo Lcthbrldge Hotel on tbelr way to their farm a! Mr. farms acres, and itarllns yes', ll'is is Ills Hrst hXPi-rii.-rfo In firtiihf; in Southern Al- berta. Thoiinti h'; wrs up agaiusl rir; nasmv Mr Ilnvke says that li- IB by no means discouraged as lo j farming prospects here after I Hi? results obtained through summer fallowing by those who practised It and obtained crops nol a kernel of which could have raised In the San Jauqulu. Valley. California, where lie ranted with like conditions cummer fallowing. Before localise al Skiff Mr. Ilawke went over Ihc northern part uf llie province wllli a view lo farming Ihcrc. He --.vaB more Impressed wfth lie southern country as to farming pros- pects M the lay of Und was tel- ler. Jn California, ho says, there li a great deal of talk ol AltwrU. There are several parlies In California who are planning to tako up llnd In South- Alberta and he has been to keep in touch with them. Mr. Hawke is greatly entHused over the irritation projects, as which OTTAWA, March war an- ment author compared wills loau under Lhi.i was during the ifiercou shall Iv i royr.riu- any act founded r.Ued by way na the charitable to tbe n MlSf AMJMC WARD 112 St. "It is fiith pleasure tlui X irrito to tell youof tho great benefit I received from Iho UHS of your medicine, 1 was a grat'su fferer for many years from fffrvous IJrad- and Constipation. I tried everything, consulted doctors; buk seeded to help me until 1 tried 'KruH-a-lives'. After 1 )ud taken Kreral boxes, I m completely relieved of thc-sa troubles and haye been unusually well erer sicce." Uisi AXXIE WAHD. 'Fnnt-a-tlTK' U frwh fruit jnices, concentrated, and increased itrcugUi, combined with fintst Ionics, AOL! is a positive and reliable remedy for 50e. a box, 6 for trial Bite 250. A t all o rFn i t-k year jusl ending. Sir Thomas White lias given nglice'' of the following resolution: 1. Thai it Is cxjie'llcut lo inovldc that a sum nol exceeding bo grantrd to Ills Majesty lo'jjml Je- any expenses that niuy In- curred by or under toe Kuihority ol lie (iovernor-iO'COuncll during Ihe ,ycar ciidlns March 31, 1920. fur: The delensc and of Can- HALIFAX, -Miir.h dulegation adit; Iho conduct of naval and mllit-' conslstitis J- ML'l.'urhlan'l. Seltiy ary operations In or beyund UaiiLnta. and Ko'uert of Olute anil demobilisation of the Cauaillaq Bay, representing the forces; Ihe promoting in t'anadi of industry and Iraiinportalton facilities; llie carrying OIK of any inc-asurc-a deemed or by tho in conss- (inence of Ihc .war; any payments niil'SSELS. -March 22.-The lii. Irancs. are cijicURca. This iimiounceiLieiil. Mas nnde by Preiiiler DC the ihaniber ot deputies in giving out for the annual ljudsc-t. Hr eali jlhut tho budget liL'nceforth -.voulJ be I' fiancs. j Tho pr.ituier tlie 'that the- Increased liabilities wrrali] have to bo met by IIPW uxts incrlud-: ing aa income tax and taxes en inheri-1 .'tance. lolatco, beer and alcolioL j I MONUMENT TO LAURIER Now as Guarantee of a perfect cup of Coffees7 In 1 and 2 pound the Wan, ground, or fine ground, for percolators. Write [or "Perfect Coffee-Perfeclly It's free. CHASE 5- SANBORM MONTREAL is in iljlifnx on btisi ness with tlie of Nova Scotia. They ashed limit- ing a legal day's worn to hours or expenditures Incurred dur- have also business wiih the mines tie- narlmenl la rcsard to llin Fenwick al Hie I ii-aBos are nalil cling of; Ihc War Appropriation ocl. IMS, and 2 Vhat IhaigoYernor-lii-coiHicil he1 empowered to raise by way ot loan, teinrKir.iry or otherwise, such sums of money less any amount thereof, ore cinvlDyfil. ue iiuiinrcd into. in excess of Ihe amount by They also ask Hint the government any war appropriation act as reifjlrcj lake over llic InvtrnesJ tiui BlclimonJ lor tlio purpose ot any pay- Railway.; QCEUEC. Martb movc- meot has been in Que- bec: to erect a inonunu'tit lu Sir V.'ilfrid LaurEeron Jacciues Cur- lier, Kiinare in tlie very livurt of Hit- division of Quebec East, which he represented in the house of commons for nearly years. Economy You can freshen up your Old Straw Hats, or take new ones, if they arc nr-t llie color you desire, n> 1 color with "DY-O-LA STRAW HAT COLOR." Black, Blue, Xavy Blue, Tn n, Dru wi i, Grten, Cardinal Red, I 'ink, Purple ami Reducer. Hanrfylitlle brush wilb every botlle. Comflcle 250. TliY IT 1 Ask %-our Dmggiit or Dealer for DY-O-LA Straw Hat Color ft b 'he other mine, ivucro about ,00 men Those, Who Have Hay Permits Should Make Use of U'ilh reiaril lo the permits tor ship- ping hay from tho north, -which ta crc- line a amount ot agllitlon nmons the [arm'erfi in that acting on a telegram received from Ottawa, Mr. A. Foley. ot the Agricultural De- partment, KlraontoEi. lias stopped issue ol new peroills on tbe score lhat the appropriation for free trans- portation of-liey from the north hag been exhausted, it Is well that Ihe farmers'should know that tbe permits now insistence are arallahle for the of hay up lo April 30th. W. J: Lloyd, of tlie Farm Products Ltd., who is lii touch with the hpv. sit that miny.of in prevalence of tbe-inlldiirifter and th'e fscllltles ao provid- ed tor outdoor mzing, did act treble !o make provision for hay Heel: With the recent snow iM 'sll- mlu.ii ha.i clnnjred and usen ajipllcatlon for new permits which hate had to be hay jiiipped from the north aas In many caits vrofeA to hp unsatisfact- ory cr.d. as a consequence those of permits, have -not made nac of ihem or discoatiuaed the U1C. hi the matter of'tho ar.projirlatlon being al! tahr, up, Mr. I.loyd is ot 1lie opinion thai tbis Is liased on the number of permits out. It. would, be well, Ihert'fore, that those who have permits and are not maVlnp use of them should lurn (hem in so that those who intend making of them be placed In llie position ot ob iaining them. This would help lo meet the case In tho mailer of the fcdera" appropriation for free transportatior being exceeded, or exhausted. Marci Vi- enna noli- fled former Emperor Charles (hit it is desirable that lie quit tbe .country, uut no pressure lias beta brought to bear lo force' liinuto leave, 'according io telegrams receiveil Aus- trian capital., it is declared that the maintenance of i court sau, which il' has been said former Erapcrdr wpuM hold, is con- trary to the uew adopted j tho national Soine com- enlators insist thnt the former em- ror convert il I v renunciation of tlie rone last addi- tion fur himself the house of apaburg. TORfeTO; March 22.-The Ger man development Company, dfscril ed as t. CiMdlaB has enter ed' action Oagoo'do Hall again! MacKMlle. Minn. Limited. Sir William MacKenzle fo specific' of an agree ment June tj, 1809, between Ib plalotift and defendants as antcndec by i. aBreemcnl of July the defendants agree to htTQ certain coal nea the river In the Rock Mountain Park connected to a way llie and for damages for deta 1n the fulfillment of the said agro inenl, of altornttiTc for fo ifeach o( agreement. CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA. March ,W.r'-'pie follow g casujilties were'issued today: G.3. .Henderson. Ed- onton. Ill: Hon. Capt.-Qtartermas- er B. J. Good3Wan. C: :H.' Abbott, Ission Edward City. What is a double acting baking powder? A double-acting baking powder is one that starts its action in the mix- ing bowl and finishes it in the oven. Ordinary baking powders develop their full strength in the mixing bowl and you. have to hurry your cakes into the oven. Then, you are always afraid that the oven is not just hot enough, or that a door will slam or something else happen tq cause the cakes to fall..- You don't have to :huny or wcrry whe'8'.'Egg-Q Baking Powder is used. Ege-Q rises only portly in the bowl. You may let the .dough stand 15 or 20 minutes or so will'give better results. When put into the oven, Egs O continues its seconJ action being so steady and strong that a cake is not likely to fell even if it do4 get an unexpected jar. EORGANIZE INDEPENDENCE OF LITHUANIANS? is and just what is needed to make a light baking with the. heavy Government Standard flours. Egg-0 Baking Powder Co., Lini'ieu, jiuuiiiuB, Cuada NEW YORK, March !J.-r-A caMo lessago interpreted br the Lithuanian ntional society here as rieaiilng thai cnraark, and'- .Switzerland ave recognlieil Uji iniieiKflJenco Hhuania. watrectireil (17 JtatorBan- zatlon today. As nuile public by Yin- ent ot the ouncll. tho m'easigV Mtirch'-' lals ot our diplomatic. representatives re iccorapanled ty Denmark. Sweden nil Ml ilgncd liy Jadickls. who: WM 'Ifiil to'- .9 Lithuanian'; mlniiter. TORONTO, population is acconilng to the itatlstics tlie Llml. All the World recognizes the Pathephone as the Greatest of ail Phonographs why? Hear TWO phonographs pkying, one alter the and playing the same Records. THEN you will agree that one' a PHONO- GRAPH; to leave it at least its THAT THE OTHER IS A in Canada Sold by tesidint> 'Retailers Ijslcmng to one TO-DAY, to the other a week LATER, the r.n- traincd ear might not always note ihe great bear them together and the superiority of the Pattiephone will be iro- apparent: it is like setting against GOLD The Pnthcphonc, built with idrals of ART and TRUTH, renders the and truth, of MUSIC at its BEST j.f., The ioWnlilc ftot Ihe Palbcpbone .to .ila aad baa nuiintaiaed it em-ia the ijft