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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VltlDAY, MAHCI1 1019 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY }1ERAI.I) PACE THIRTEEN DEVELOP TRADE :T Hon. Mr. (.'rerar Aan.Miac4.ft Plan to Build OTTAWA. March T. Crerar IcillmXcd io the ccuimhtiFC today that J50-.000 would be placed in the M tinialea as a sturt un the tune as they have in Ibe Uolted of regular ins peel Lou of hsrii (or tuberculosis and the i ward log of eur- liEieate.s Jor liurds free from tfcU dU- The'.minister of tuteil thai It has to appropriate (10.000.000 for Wfeb- Hfiitufetit of ivn up-to-date cold p'aul on ihe waterfront Hi ,llo said UK-CO wjere 140 cold plants in the Uominlon, ruaojr were tioi up io dale In- placed umler government tlon. The system would compie.a from HIP farm io '.he marlteLt ot ihe world. That meant a Rood wr- from the lo iho tfcrtur front accl good spare on ui-eati-golng vessels. Defore the war, ahont 40 ft the At Ir.ntic. so equipped. He ilioughi possible to develop k chill cd meat'trade with Oreaf Britain. Iftlty mi.llon eggs annually he shipped, lustedd o( the or Ibrfe rnlHlon tu recently. SEQUEL 10 GYPSY ROMANCE STAGED MONTRKAL. Jlnrih romance at SasValoon had a dramatic Kiool wheii Kraiik. Markovilch. iy chfcf. on a wire from Die chtet of police to anarer to a charge ot oblalalBg by falw from his aofl- fnVw named Steveuwu Mary, iUrtovltch'B 15-year- old daJLCaltr. Than carap spill up, remaining Saskatowi uA Marioritca hetilnc for Sydwy. S'S Jtaut Hading her- Hit' ot deaerted and back to aaylac wu not happy- Sterciaon Markorhch cot from htin on falsa preUnses oa tie ot the wedding. Markovllch't wjen bave taken out a writ ol habeas corpus to liberate ihe prls- iMT. LOCAL NIWJ- PAPER a.strong airertltiag campaign riiht now tor spring in your local newspaper. It will you because lumber dealers, and-in fact merchants In all lines must not overlook the fact that for many months we have been enjoying a oiler's mar: hive sought corc If you want to Save! More than WX of the wofWt successful men began poor, but they learned f arty lo Saving nude them will to succeed. Build for by opening a Savings Acco-jnl here to-day and add k regular' ry. Interest paid every six months. riid-up 5 I THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA W. D. KING, KBK Rfccption by Drama a Success Peace has changed conditions. We are rujv facing a buyer's market- We must now sell our must adve.nise more jyitematlcally and effectively than ever before. Results from advertising are not al- ways are cumuli lire. An advertisement run weekly during Ihe reading far- mers get loo busy lo read, will pro duce belter results than double spite used after the readme, season. The .selling" power of your .aiiver: F. K. OrlsiMp. D.S.A., formerly' tlcenient depends not so much upon Priudpal ot the School of Agriculture the size of the advertisement, as it at VornjtHoii. luis linen wade Princl-; upon the'subject-matter and tho pal nt. Olds school, succoodlng I number of limes repealed. Haiietltlon .1 KlIIoH, B.3.A.. T.-IJU recently rwisn- Its ihe thing Ihal counts In jilrerllsiiig. wi. The lumber dealer Is iiitereslc'l in .1. O. Taegurt. n.SiA.. who has boon j Belling to sell lumber, it Science Instructor at Olds for some has been mflilu principal ot tho Vt-niiillon E is without question, much more elleu live to sell'the products, of Hie tilings which are made from lurt- E. S.'Hopkins. DS.AvM.Sc... who it is to sell more lumber. For lum- i-nce Instructor fn Vermilion, has 1 her dealers should sell building Heas fcr ihr; past five years has been Sci-; tbalr reasQll, Jbj In cliarge of ProTlcclal Soils luvesllgations and it Olds School of Agriculture. .1. C. Hooper, M.A., who lias h Science Instructor In- Hie School Agriculture aiiClareslmlni since jnwpfloh. untl conduct so in this Hue nt iliipiuenl of wheat Una heen mado from' Kcgina to Australia to be iiacrt for- seed it shouhl sell new homes, barns, new iwiue houses, nnw poultry houses, new granaries, new garages rather than the lumber that may used to build them. Again, this IE Ihe sellers market and the ve'tf-liest. metboda lii advertisioR should "be uswl with'the best can. WitJL the uae of ss canaflVrd, and this advertising should be repeated as often as liberil.ipproprlallon wilf permit. AdrerttaltiK is an hiTeflttnent. It sbould not Ire viewed as'an expense, and If in this Tray, will and pav big. To get business In 1919, lumber dealers as well as merchants Inei, should advertiw. advertise, atl- pinh sales.; (Kroni Our Own Mar. the ITtli members ot ihe Y.M.M I.A. and tae Y.L.M.I.A. presented ihe draona "Dora" to a (rov.-dtd house and an appreciative audience. Miss Myr Sherwood as Dora carried high honors, Mrs. Annie Raid equally well as Mary and little Kathlaen ReUl, as Willie Allen, wa considered perfection ItseU. Mr. S as farmer Allen, proved his abi1 ily au aclor and Mr. A. a Wm. Allen was entirely successful Mr. S. Law sustained the pan ot afield and Mr. S. Tajg took th part o.' Jlai Blunl- Soldltr Returni lie Savage, tho fir-t man from this part of the country to answer th call to araaa in I9U. retumed hom on the night of tho ICth Inn., and n ceived a most hearty is-ek-orae lioiu He delivered address to the Mutu; Iniprorement Associations on Sundi. ulght. the IUU, in which he gave a of the workings of the Roy Army Servke Corps, of (he trantpo service, to which he was assigned. 1 was it the front four years and seve months, and is reported as havi: done eiceUent'.fervlce. On ihe ISth a party was given him at which ie received the hearty hand- shake of welcome from. all. The Relief Society annual birthday celebration, was held on the 17th Inet., at the of Mr. and 'Mrs. Loose, as the hall occupied. Mrs. Thos. Archibald gave an account of. the hlatorr since Us organization. March 17, 1842, at Nauvoo, 111. A rath- er lengthy program was rendered af- ter, -which light relreshrae'nts were served. 'Flu Appears 'The family of Mr. and Mrs. Saml ford Dndley'are quarantined witb On 'fin. The'entlro-famlly we're at one time.' but 'are Improving nicely, ft is reported that Ihe family of II. M. Dudley, of Samlford, are now afflicted with the same disease. Xed Ibe1 little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Woodruff, bas recovered from Scarlet fever, hut now troubled with erysipelas. 'The .childrren are on their feet aajain, bui not out of quarantine, except the eldest daughter, >Mary, who is. reported: as not doing well. .The .to have leit its mark on. her. ;No of the malady are reported. ivewirweds. Mr. and Mrs. CH- bert at home to their frieads. kA V o o o LENINE WARNS HUNGARY SOCIALISM COPENHAGEN. March PremUr of the Russian baa a wireless to Kun. tke I.untarlM of fgreJpi "asking for toei.Uut.tbe cew Hun- is rsally communistic wtd wt. merely watas Kuu ImrUtlti; "our Rua- tactics la Dr. 3. J.'HIH. ot-Ftrgo; N.D., a pio- settler pi the Rtd River valley promineii in Masonic circles, 72 yean. (Kiom Our Own SEW Mar. branch of the rutted Farmers' association wai organizeii here recently, K. W. Hlsinj- tr belRK elected president. 0. L. At- liins, vice-president, and Ji. if- Kepler secretary. A very lulet wedding took placp OB Saturday. Mar. 15. at the manse, when Miss Jennie A. Roberts, niece- of our minister. Mr. llrlfflth. was united in holy matrimony lo Mr. Angus of Milk HIvcr. The happy couple took Ko eveiiiug train for Ibe west oa tone y moon, and TV ill reside on tbt 'arm at Kippenvillo on their return. A very enjoyable time -.ras spent ak ;hc home of Kev. Mr. and 'Mrs. Grii- itli on Thursday when a few of Miu ilobert'ti friends calleci and gave kitchen shower, in view ol her proaciiing varriage. ITRIK6 FAILED TO MATERIALIZt CODI.KNZ, March general strike whiea ha4 hfccn set for Wednesday among the Orman workmen in various u- The area of occupntloa failed to and up to a late hour to- night no trouble had been reported trom any place in toe area. In Cobtav. where Ihey asked for more pay Mr- days ago. the workmen returned to work Ihls morning. Splendid Record Achieved during 1918 VERDICT IN ARDATH TRAIN WRECK INQUIRY JIarcli COT- oiwr's jury which' nwt In tblt city ar to larettlgale the ol W. F. MetcuKe, E.'V.'Ana- rone and Operator Bishop, wlio Tttre killed at ArdaLh ox Monday mornlon Canadian Xortlwm Haltway train No. 27 ran the tracks and. crashed Inlo a gralr, return- eil a verdict death In all cues was tlua to axpliyziatLOU, concussion and shock.. The reason tor train leaving Ihe track rtmaitis unknown. Calgary ifl planning, tor another D.S.O.. went over- seas with the JSlh Canadian Scottisn Vitcoria. B.C. He was wounded at Langemarck In 1915. but returned to Canada to recuperate and organized the 67ih Battalion Western. Scots, which he commanded lu France in the KoUrth Division. He was ten months Trance. Before the far he was identified with'military activities. He was a Leutenant in the 13th Scottish Light Dragoons, a Major In the 29ta Saskatchewan Light a Set. >lajc> In the aOth Gordon Hifthlanden. He is special representative of Soldiers' Civij Re-Establlshment in British Columbia with headquarters at Vancouver. The at Branitor'd his on with ihe erection of the new Bait Ward Ktiool this year, even fi to riiix.'doublc the amount voted by the ratepayers latt January, irbich iraa Stampede, to to tie from ,Auf. 26 rSeein? Thmgs At Night" .TO MOTHERS! Guard your kiddie, agakst torpid liver, sotir stomach, conftipated bowels which generate poisons. These "irnide" poisons circulate to the brain, producing bad then a icvemh head. Unless jrou poisons you will have a'real sick youngster ihortly.. Cascarcts are a candy cathartic, .ideal (or children. Cost only 10 cents a box. Read i Operation Will Kegin Again On April Serrice On May 1 Why Aren't You Taking Feet at Nujol Laltoritories STANDARD OH. CO. JO II I'AiilS. Man-It 27.-The duerallon of' through trains between Farln and the Orient will begin over part of the line on April 15, and the whole tern will be inauguraied by May 1 according lo an official slalemenl aaed by the commission on the Inter national regime of ports, and _ .The leit ot Ibe statement reads: "The commission on t.he tional regime of ports, waterways am railways met tali afternoon nl. Ijiree lo'clock-al the ministry of publl works. The. commission heard reure of Ihe Dulcb Eoternmen n regard to plans for the riavigkliou. of Ihe Rhine. The TMch point ot vidW If Tongue It Coated, Item waa presented by W. J. M.-Van Eyi- Sour, Clean Uver itf, of Iho University bl Ixiyden, Bewelir Tho Dutch delegation, having re- tired, M." Clavellle, French mlnjster or nubile works, reported to the com- Give "Calftornfa Syrnp of Figs' IMSpoonful today often sarf mission Ihe rrolocie conreyhij lo a sick child tomorrow, the representatives 'of Iho Interested transportation designed lo assure relations Iween England, France anil (talj, and If your liltld ona hal Isn't resting, eatrnt look, Mother! set if toifu is coated. This Is a siga that It to ronle to Orient by j little stomicJi, lirer and bowels ar railroad vlihoul thronih wllh waslo, Whfn rrow, Irrt rliorr of the central ejaplpea. To tail, leverlah, itomaeh breat end, a train de luxe, lobe caned Theibed or ban stomachache, diarrhoea Slmplon Orient will be throat, full of cold, give a te between Paris and 'the'' Orlrttj. of "Caittorala Syrup Lauaanaey Simplon, Milan, Veake, and in a few all tho Childreri love CaKareti beciute fiVe candy. When >'M'; child fevttith breath, feuVltoaach, live Cueirra anytime the hasty bile, touring food and bowel from tb tike these harmlesj candy "Ciscarcls." They never gripe never injure. CMcaret) never disappoint the woiric j mother, t'ach 10 cent box directions And dose for children one year uld and upwards. Trieste, Ijibach, Agrara and Vlnlunre. At Vlnkore the road will divide, OBO branch connecting with MR) and lothtr with' Belfradc, and Athena. The train will conixct at ParH wWi Irkln and'at Mllat wltk tajl train tirrWlae. this program will 'oe put Into operation beginning April 16, and the other psrt boginning Mny 1. "The continued Its ia> vesdgftlion of Ihfl clause to be Insert- ed In the treaty ol peace In regard stlpated poison, undlteited food an low bile gently norei out of IU lit! bowala without grlplir, and you ha' a well; playful child aola, Motaern can reit eaty after tivi this "fruit It never Hide one 11 aid i.'Mwe U twertau I tiilt. Full dlrectlati bablet, children of all and I grown-upl.priated on each bottle. BewarWUIj counterfeit fig synif yotir Vhgtlsl for bottle of (hen 1918 was for ot lift a of wpreiae 1 Ow'mf to tke combined effect of the wir and the influenza epidcnc, death cUimi were uniuually hirfi. The payment of Htete claim enabled Ihe to render an unpreraaWnted roeature ol public tenrice, and to fuKitl to a more noteworthy degfee than ever previously the benefKcnt purpoaa lor which they were founded. TW durinf Lk< ol fcr< KKM m hlitery new .i.mancM Frfly Mill... Defect. Tk. aroirHi in tat, uid Ik. at nrt UWw tatcn, MM the ituuraut ol wwU. The ComcunVl JMrnM jwm n emphuizeJ by Ki Aoeta, Incme SuiHui. Durinf the yeir J7 44O.OOO Wu mitet te'rivt .1 rt.ched tW ol Sutpt-U THE RESUI.TS FOR ASSETS AjKtl II HIS ISCOMK IBCOBC from Preaiuns, Iitireil, etc., in PROFITS PAID OR ftoSlsFaidor AlWted to Policjholders irt ifII ToUl Sutplui .lilt Dtccinber, 1918, over all lllhllitiei aial capital iirbkhliamtmtritbutait TOTAL PAYMENTS TO Dtllh Cliiras, Malnird ete. fcring, 1818 fai-mtnts lo PoliCTholilcrs siace OTffauiratioii ASSURANCES ISSUED DUUNCJ 1111 issued and paid IDT in during 1818 T. FO.CK Life Assunnce in Dectmbtr, J40.8flS.bJ6M to the polls under International, con- thai I! Is made hy ihe F1 Irol Syrnp .HEAD OffFICC MONTREAL T. B. MACAUlAY. rmaM 7 .'ARCMHALD HUTIM, w. O-.TALBOT, LIAVIT'T Manacer Sooth Alia. Dlr., Herald Bid., Calgary. Bdmootou, Alti. LethirUce, Alberta. SPECIALS FOR SOME VERY PRIME BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL AND LAMB, ALL FRESH KILLED. A Full Line of Cooked Meats, Fresh Killed Chickens Fresh Eggs FISH 12c Lake ..l. 17c AD Kiids Fratii SmiaW fnk. DILLPiGKliS OYSTERS: DELAYS MEAT CO ;