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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERI YQIJ MKCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920 LKTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGR SEVEN Ink Mlta Tarbell. Wil- llAm Penn drew 'up a plaa for a league of nations, anil the most useful plan; according to teas sub- mitted to the by General Smuts, of Bouth Africa. Conference The gate a lengthy descrtp- B i Pltictmmnne From Cnmrvtnv rn Piit! conference had 10 labor while trying Of peace conference and lit Lapt. raltnei and Ljeut. ruzsunmons rorm companj 10 ru, w llve up lo ,yil80n.s (ourtcen points urroundinss ske toid ot the many Mao as FlvJnB to Have and the'League ot Nations ao finally bundridB of and the unsat- V-v L iCiL" adopted In the treaty of Versailles. stactory arrannemetas made tor the This City the 1 Planes in Operation by May 15th. Ixjthbrldso will coon bo la posses- eicu of'au airoarohia and a live firing institution. A .company fov this pur- pose, to be known as the txithbrldgo Aircraft Company, ban launched with n of In ibarot or f 100 each. The promoters of tha company are Captain J. B. Tdlmer, P.C.J1., and Lieutenant II. H. tiuimons. The company intends to Oper- ate two or more machines from Leth- bridge and surrounding district. 11 undertake passenger-carrying iierlil adverting, exhibition flying, long distance trips, and nprl.il express. It is proposed to have Q. training al.'.llou whereby prospective candidates or pupils will bo taught regula'loii flylng-undor competent and skilled'Instructors, with overseas ex- pericncd, and who'hate Instructed Eiany'ot the beat. Canadian war pilots. Tins will be under the charge of Liiiit. FiUBlmimms, while tho super- vision fit. the "flying and mechanical departii.tnt will he in charge oC Capt. -Flying.Records The flying records of both of the officers named are well the Southern' iAlberta co'mmunity. Capt. 1'ulmerihaB flown thirty different typos of machines, Including many dif- ferent 'types of captured German planea.' His record aa instructor of war. pilots' is second, to none. Lieut. Kitislmtnons opei-atcd with British squadron on the Seasons sec- tor with the 2th Corps of the 5th French army, and came north to the British front in July, 1918, where he was wounded in aerial combat with a Fokker squadron oil July 30th. 191S, feet over. Albert, -France. Tbo fulure'of aviation In Canada IB pratlv well assured; add In the opln Ion of Captain Pllmer >nd Lieut. Fltt- simmoni, the flying machines irfl! be whnt the automobile Industry wu ten years ago, with this exception: tho development of ibe airplane has been so much grcateV due to war condi- tions. Flying la Safe The modern airplane of. today Miss Tarhell told ot niuuy delega- tions, dressed in weird and fancy ear- meats, which came to Paris to art that their little strip o! country be tiken from under tho yoke some larger nation. Each delega- tion wanted their questions solved ac- cording to their own desires. The fathtrj of tho of N'allons wefe trying to give every group a equate deal. Ono Polish sheep herder, she said) while tending his flecks high oil some, remote heard o! the it Paris.' He started out on fool for the mecca of the world't interest. Ho told his dreams to another peasant, The second one Joined him. The first ono then hud walked uiauy mlfus in Ibc wroilg direction. Soon they met practically safe and only proper training ani levol-headednes! The average -woman who drives her own CAT successfully can he taught to fly a .machine In the courso of three weeks under competent' instruction. Proposed Aerodrome Tho proposed aerodrome and haug- ais will be close or adjacent to Leth- with some public-spirited countrymen, who sent along a "simple minded" priest, and the trio arrived In PorU 10 press their claims Cor Independ- ence. Another delegation lhat Ihe sympathy of In Paris consisted of Armenian, among whom was one woman. They wauted some IhlnR clone about the terrible raae bridge, and it Is felt by the promoters' eacres lhat had been racking their that their new company will meet country. Tha woman member of the with the best wishes for success from delegation plainly showed ia her evory citizen In J.cthbridge. mid dis- face Ihe nervous tension under which frict 'I sho had been laboring. When re Capt. PAliner and Ucut. were received concerning re mons slato that they expect to have newal ot the massacres tho pligh tholr planes In operation, by the middle 'his small delegation found themselves Df May, Bliss Ida M. U. S. Pub- licist So Tells Lyceum Audience "Another sun hac risen Tn the firmament of human progress.- I thlpk we ought to say about our League of Nations that It is the rlilng-stiri. "Perhaps there never has 8 mort'.ieritlcal moment -for 'the league of Natloni than at the liresftnt time. All .the .TTS coming up today, "Another great war inevitable i-unlesc we CAII hold thia artat y Toronto detect Ires, II AWL WAVE Hart Disease and Nenre Sweep The Country Probably at no period in the world'i iljtory hare heart and nerve trouble been so prevalent as they are today. TJie heart can't stand the stress nm eiraia of this busy, liualllng age, am the care and worry, tho anxiety am activity o! bus'lnesa constitute i serious drain on the nervous system The business-Of this worh-a-dav world goes with such a rush that th ntoutcst hcarls- and strongest nen-e break down under tho strain. On the first.approach of any break down of the tyetem Mtlburn's Hear and Kerve Pills should be taken. Th reconstructive power of these pills o the heart and nerve system Is ilinpl marvellous. Mr. W.-A. Bright, Are Ottawa, suffer Ing for some time with hckrt, I con suited a 'number: of doctors, but go no relief. However, I read what Ml burn's Heart and Jv'erve Pills had don for others, .who had the same symp- toms and thought I would give them a trial. Believe me, six boxes cure me completely; I.am feeling fino now and can attend to" my work every day 1 can recommend your pills to any 01 suffering is I did." Price 50c a.-box at nil dealers mailed direct oh receipt of price b The T. Mliburn Limited, Toronto, Sulphate of alutfilna, which-Is used and arrival 13 expected at any tine, s a coagulant for purifying tho water i Medicine Hal and Macleod are boih 11 the filtration plant, and of which of Ihe sulphate ifml were uuable le city is ehort, has not yet come to and. Tha supply has to come from to corao lo the help of the city in tho way of furnishing a supply to carry on with. ho Stales snd was ordered tills year The city water Is arller than heretofore to ensure tlrrte-! ilay. There ia an increase m bacteria delivery. The embargo on box cars Ihrough (ho want ot tho use of the the States lias prevented sliipmeut. Inquiries made show thai the coagu- ni was shipped from Chicago in Keb- uary and WOE dellvSreaao the arcs', 'orlliern on February 9th, IJnily coagulant, but there ia no indication ot pollution EO far. Oa the first not- ing of pollution, the citizens will bo notified oi the same. 'Stesnwnlle tho Dnily advice of the health authorities Is to racers for this car haVe been made I boll the water. K ERICS Daily STORE NEWS Herrings in tomato sauce, per tin ......................25c tladdie, Thistle, per tin 33c Pink Balnloh, tall tins, each 276 Peamealect liollcJ Hams, per Ib. 45c FVash Rhnbsrb, per Ib. Soup tablets, J for 25c Chicory "Francke1', 2 pkss. 35o Wedding Breakfast Coffee, per 756 Nabob Coffee, per 70s Fine Cut per pkg. 42c Puffed Klce, per pkg.......2Qc Olive Oil, Heinz pure 45c, 65o Itoyal Mayonnaise, per -hot. 45c Pure Alfalfa Honey, Ksrt's, pff Jar 85c, Wagstaffe's jelly Shred Jlariiit- lade.....................35c Strawberry Jam, lianistorly Karnl, 4 Ib. palls, each Carnation Mush, jlkg... 60e Tomala CatEUp. Clark's, per boillo.................. 28c Scotch Marmalade, Keillor's Dundee, 4 Ib. tins, each Cauliflower, per head .......40o Celery, per Ih............. 27c GECX KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS ERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Ire. Her address was interesting caused the peace conlercnce members rlcht from Ihe start to-the fluish and j considerable trouble. Tho question ot Bomc of the descriptions' she gavel Inclcmnilles was the pivot for more of she witnessed at the pca'cel conference in Paris not only contain-l The last two proposals were coir- cd many passages of humnn Interest but historical facts.." Many Difficulties In a forceful mauiior abe explained to her audience some of the mrtny great Ideal Is not vain., difficulties tinder irliloli the peace trnry to practices following previous wars, and France strongly objected to the indemnity clause. A new instru- ment was needed and this instrument was brought to light in tho League of Nations. This proposal was lioth- >nly note of color ia the satire 'Ody.. The performances of the conference vere cut and dried. Clemenceau kept tight rein on-all proceedings. Cepb Hev. A. H. Denoon introduced Miss.Tnrbell. P You Can See That GrapeJNuts contains its own sugar and the first taste verifies it Hold some Grape-Nuts in the palm of the hand under a good light and you will see tiny shining particles on each granule. This is converted sugar. But with, your first spoonful comes the sweet tastte you recognizei the fully con- verted sugar within the granules. The famous Grape-Nuts method of making, con- verts the starches of wheat and malted barley. You result not only in flavor but easy digest- ibility and valuable nutrition; Other cereals lack this sugar Isn't this a good thought in connection with the high price and scarcity of sugar? Eat Grape'Nuts eres a Made by CANADIAN POSTUM CEREAL Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont "ailed to Return to Scene of Party Was Offender cost of ?25, wllh tacked oh as costs, it wag brought home to Conslahtl I'cilcrzoill, ot Coalhnrel, at he city police court on Monday morn- ng [hat It was necessary for him in running down an individual or collid- ng with anolher vehicle, while driv- ng z car, to slay and render aid without speeding The accused, who driving his car, as alleged, beyond the -sliced imil, collided with a rig, driven by Jobcrl Grey ,of Ihs cily, at tho hack of the Hudson's Bay store about 11 o'clock on Saturday night, March 18th. Grey was knocked out ot the rlg'hy'tho force ot tho collision and, falling between tho horse's hind legs, was dragged along for about 20 rods when the frightened animals started .bolt, flo suffered some broken ribs, with injury to his leg, anil for the past week has been under medical care, being only able to'make his ap- pearance Rt the court this morning. Defendant aflor the collision made tracks wllhoiit waiting to find out tho nature of the. damage he had caused and to render the victim assistance, civil action will follow. George Rice, of Shepherd ami Rice, appeared for Groy. The defendant admitted Ills guilt. With a dozen persons looking nmiiscdly on thinking It a practical joke a man was stopped on a Cleve- land, Ohio, .street by three bandits and robbed of LETHBRIOOE TAXES NOT SO AWFUL VET Mr. 'A. D. Hosff, barrister, has 4 returned from a business trip to Spokane. It there Is tiny consolntion in comparison, I.ctlibriflge taxpayers may have somo relief In what tho rntll rato (a in Spokane. Mr. Hogg sayo lhat the mill role ff thcro Is 57 mills. Tho school rale- In 1519 wns 10 mills, nml 't there a meeting of the laipay- eri; was held (o consider the proposal of the school trustees. to raise tho lolo mills this year. Patrons Say Like The Yale THE HEW CAFE FIFTH STREET SOUTtf You get good food and good service. SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE Of Surplus Household FURNITURE TOMORROW, TUESDAY AT THREE O'CLOCK AT 415 EIGHTH STREET S. (NEXT GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE! FRANK WADDINGTON Will sell by auction: Massive BUFFET IN MISSION OAK with leaded lights to doorg and bevelled solid oak hall mirror; gooi quul.ly wicker chair; roiind extending dining table two rockers; DAK DREbbEK llth large oval mirror; Al quality DAVENPORT; new refrigerator; about 10 yards of stair carpel- ting; single bed, spring and mattress; 4 fumed onk dining chairs; kitchen chairs; Quanltlty ot small Items, Including crockery, dishes etc. TERMS CASH SALE AT THREE O'CLOCK We Pasteurize Milk to Safe- guard Your Healtfi. Water is filtered and chlorinated for the tamo reaiohi Would you drink muddy water if you could get pure water? Nol Then why drink doubtful milk. There ,are no tested herds of cattle In this district. You may be giving your shild- ren contaminated milk, if it Is not pasteurized, Our milk is pasteurized. j t Crystal Dairy Limited WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS ANDKEEPINSTOlK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS ORATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEARINGS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And other repairs for tho Case, ncevcs, Itumley and other popular ma'KCs of Steam and Raaollno Tracloro. Wo have (ho host facilities for straightening liorlng Cylinders, aud doing oth- er machine work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 342 LIMITED. PHONES 1M4 RESIDENCE 1335 P.O. Box 538 BECKER YATES RETAIL AND WHOLESALE LUMBER AND Builders' Supplies .intf moot complote stock In SOUTHERN ALBERTA of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Brick, Ctment, Paper, Mouldings, ote, Place your orders NOW for FENCE POSTS, btfore the sprint rush commences. FARMERS: When coming to town, mako my office your head- quarters. PERSONAL ATTENTION given to all enqulrits. for Service, H. N. BECKER YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON, WON- ARCH, NOBLEFORO, NEMISCAM ;