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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA UK 'Ell FRIDAY. MAY 1020 U. S. Farmers in Conference Ke-j fer to Defense I Cost Decreased. CHICAGO. May i Baking eoogrsss for legislation to rc-; tho cost a! the naval and mitJ- j establishments were up for con-1 alteration today at the conNjrowe of i ot farm organizations! of Uie Vnltsd suites rind attended by a number of Uinadiaiis. representing agricultural in ilic Domin- ion. Cooperative buying to reduce tip cost of the tools and otbcr i necessaries was hnother liniwrtant j lopte on the yrosram today. j Canadian farmers and Ihcif organ-1 isaiioos were praised by the at sessions of the confer- ence for the progress of the coopera- tive movement eraonfi the farmers of Use Dominion. SEEDING GENERAL The Value of Saving All successful men began by saving. Later, perhaps, they invested but they first had to iccumul- atc capital. The first siep to- wards wealth is lo open Savings Ac- count, The secorxJ is to save regularly. Come in and ask about our simple, convenient. Savings Accounts. Interest compounded every six months soon amounts up. Qplul e Fund THE BANK OF scoim In Sume Places Wheat.Is Prac tioaliy All in S75 and 'Board. Nilti May Try lo Form Another Cabinet, ISut House Badly Split Into Groups. I HO.MK. rabiucl crisis considered one ot Iho most difficult J to ?olve because, the tlmmber is Uivid- ed chiefly Into two Socliillsts Catholics, neither ot which is turuitg enough to constitute a i ity, while tu agreement between them i Is impossible on n common program. j In r.ddition. ifce Socialists nbsulute- !v refuse to participate In u Kovcro- mcBi. Some of the deputies n cubinet fvmiod by Signer Metis. 1 leader of the Catholics, with Signor i 1-onoiui, the present uiluister o! 33 leader of reformist Socialise. j Other deputies predict Sfgnor Nitti again will he entrusted with the task of forming n cabinet, because j they pay. ihere is no man ivho cou- tro'.s the opposition. In case N'itti as- j sumos the task. !t Is believed he will moderate Socialists, like Deputy Turati, leader of the Introusigeants. Deputy Treves and Deputy Modlgliant. to enter tho cabinet and it they re- fuse, that he will form a new adminis- tration with Catholics, giving them porno Important portfolios, especially the'portfolio of Instruction, es the rad- ical reform school system is tme of the fundamental points in the pro- p-am ol the Catholics. Another group of politicians express the belief that It will he impossible for any cabinet to remain la power long vrith the chamber formed as at present, and therefore they prophesy that general elections will follow in the near future. EMPLOY STUDENTS AT MONTH TO WORK ON UNIVERSITY STADIUM Lindsny Mai- toltu. who has txea appointed by Queen's University AthtaUc Associa- j lion to superintend tre construction of the Htchartlsou K'.iuliuui, lias ar- mnKOd to ute Btudcut labor In (ho Cillins lit ot tho campus. Many applied for -.vivrk. surt are to bo jold !W a mouth. In-awed a boaug if the wort la com- plotcd within ceriaiu time. U in neceesary to rush thu rUliDs-ia wort, as tiv track sod playing field are nsed by the end ot aeptmi- ber. A TACK IN THE TUMMY IS WORTH TO DR. MORITZ O. SPITZER Yerdiict of JK.OOO dumogra caused by a uck in bowl of soup was awarded to Dr. .Morttt IX SpiUer, Bast Ulh street, today In his suit againet the Childs Hestourani. Couipanjr, Tho verdict WBS ri'ea in Knch'e part of tho Suprauc evidence showed thnt Dr. Sjiilier ate the soup iu a Chltds res- taurant ut No. M Bast 14th street on embcr SS, 1915. and that the tack still ia his abdomon. Two of tho wero In during the war, aad lanlr testimony was not until now. BpKtur In. first felt a bicX In his sums, then a sharp pain In his throtit as ho swallowed, llo found an- uthcr tack ellU in tho plate of soup, bo Raid, and ehovvotl U to tho uiaoaEBr of tho rostaurant. who was at a loss to eiptaln It. X-ray photographs, showing (he iaok lit tho abdomen, part the evidence. said the might re- main for years without doing any harm, fcot might et nny lime tata a serious and pottjlbly talal op- eration. VANCOUVER'S POPULATION HAS INCREASED 20.CXX) VANCOIA'HR, B. C., May populitlon of Greater Vancouver has Increased toy over 20.0W, accordius io WINNIPEG. May j International Scientific Manitoba became seni'ral Mimiiity.; rt -i t L 10. according tu a statement is-! LOlUlCIl IDF rlSlieneS inied today by the dcpuHinent ot agri-i Research U DUriHSprl culture. In some of the disirku IVWedTLlllS LUSCUSSEd vrhero the woatiier permitted ilic far-1 mers to gel on ttie land early, the} OTTAWA, May 13.-Fonnatfon o! report stated, tliat wheat seeding has I an International scientific council for boen practically coucltalcd. I research between Canada, The report forecasts n somewha- States and Newfoundland comparison wUh last. Because of tho early 'conuaencemont of last winter there remained, in many districts, considerable foil plowing to be done. In other districts there eecma to be a general disposition on the part of the farmers to slow down from the war- Urae pace of the pafit few years and Eet along -iriUiout too many high- priced nlrod holpors. The supply of geed grain, it is said, bos been ade- quate. The average -wago iraid to ex- perienced farm helpers 13 J75 n month and board, Uie report states. lighter acreage of wheat ihi's year in wi" be discussed at a convention ot the Canadian Fisheries association In Vancouver on June 3, 4 and 5. The president and national secretary of the association, A. II. firittain and Capt. T. W. Wallace, are in Ottawa to invite Hon. C. C. Bflltantynu and offi- cials of the fisheries department to (he convention which will he attend- ed by delegates from the llshlng in- dustries of the Atlantic coast and the Great Lakes as well as of the Pacific coast. The more extensive utilization of fish for food and the organization of fisheries colleges for the training ot returned soldiers and others in the industry will be discussed at the con- 1 vcntion. C. P. R. Official Tells of. Con- of Canada Will Belt Ihc World. i O'CONNOR DOES NOT KNOW OF IMPENDING CIVIL SERVANTS STRIKE CALGARY, J. G. Van Wart, one of the earliest settlers in tho Cal- gary district, who has played a promi- nent role in the business and religions life ot the cily, died at 6.30 yesterday morning at his home at 215 Fifth Are. West, aged S2 years. Mr. Van Wart OjTAwA, JMay is uH rjuivs to me." said J. C. O'Connor, president ot tho Civil Federation of Canada, when asked regarding a Vancouver dispatch which slated that a genera) strike of civil servants extending from coast to coast, was reported as 2 pro- t against alleged unsatisfactory sal- suffered' i stroke of paralysis flve ary provisions in the recent civil ser- years ago, from which ho never re-1 TKe re-classltlcation. covered. 1 no knowledge of moot- Born in Xew Brunswick. cd he added, "nor am I aware OB September IS, 1S38, he came of !of telegrams which have been dis- united Kmpire Loyalist stock, his between eastern and western cestors being among the earliest set- tlers in the country, vrhtch is now the site of Brooklyn, New York stale. They came to New Brunswick in 1776. From his earliest years, he was attracted by the pioneer life. He was ono of tho "Forty-Niners" who dock- et] (o California at the limn of the cities." O'Connor said that the federa- tion had some affiliated organizstiona In Vancouver, but no postal em- ployees. "1 have absolutely no knowledge of any proposed strike." said J. H. Fau- tcur. president ot the Ottawa branch great gold rush of last century. lnlof llle Letter Carriers' association. the early fifties he moved to .Tossing the Isthmus by the Caribou t J of Stauffer- irall. For some Years he was ed in prospecting on the Island. ln; 1SGO, when gold discoveries were made In Montana, he was the first to trek: to the new fields. Subsequently he returned to New Brunswick and 'en- j gaged In business. In JSS3 he cams: to Calgary by prairie schooner from I Swift Current which was then the! end ol on the C.P.Il. line, and j with a few Intervals he has been a resident of this city for the past 37 years. He engaged in business in East Calgary on hi? arrival. In 1300 he took part in tho Nome gold rush. went on striks _. ar. mcroaso in wages. Farmers of northern Alheria aro not doing much worrying about con- ditions this year, according to A. J. Shulman, 'travelling agent of the C. P. IU ivho Is in Lettibridge today. Seeding, as in practically every part of Canada, has been hindered to certain extent by the nbtormally wet spring, but the farmers are confi- dent that a good crop Is ahead of them. Speaking about C. P. R. affairs; Mr. Shulman said that since the Trans- Canada was put Into service .on .May 2 that train has proved to.'be' verv popular with the travelling That service has been carrying capac- ity loads ever since. The service will be greatly improved neit year, he said, iiie EiiiprnS of CauEuS Is put Into service out of Vancouver. Tho Empress of Canada will be a Pacific boat and will make a tour around the world as Its Initial trip. It will start at Liverpool, about JIarch, 15, 1921, and will end at Vancouver. Following this trip It will run on a regular .schedule out of Vancouver. On this tour a now high water mark teen touched In regard to accom- modation prices: They will run from up for the entire trip. This boat will measure 644 feet'In leuglb, 77 feet Iu widlh, and 53 feat in depth. It will have a gross t nagc of Tho turbine engines will he capable of developing a speed of 22 knots an hour on oil fuel. The stern will be ot the cruiser type, and Iho bilge keels of the most recent pat- tern, will reduce rolling to a mini- mum. Mr. Shulman reported that a c_.. sldcrablo sale has hDcn made In the accommodation. Nearly Thousand C. P. R. Pensions Nine hundred and twolve persons! enrolled on the C. P. II. pension Toll on December 21. 1319. according, to a report received in Lethbrulge to-1 day. Four hundred and tifty-sli were. over 70 years, fou- hundred anrl twenty telwecii sixty and seventy years of age, and thirty-slx under slxly. Fol- lowing Is a Htalement of the fimd' Balance to Dec. 31, 1018..J1.1M.SSC.65 Amount contributed by company Amount received m in- (ores' Payment of pension ,11- lowances for year 387.424.45! Balance In cash and in- veslmonlB .4U24.7Ys.7l CIVIL SERVICE EXAM DATES OTTAWA, Miiy service examinations for bookkeoperB, slcn- OKraplicrs, postal employees, immigra- tion Inspectors, etc.. will be linld July 6, 7 and S, In Prince Rupert, Vancou- ver, Victoria and Nelson. li. C.; raoiiton, Calgary and Frank, Alia.; Saskatoon, Kegina and Moose Jaw. Sask.; Brandon and Winnipeg, Man.; 1'ort Ai-iliiir, Sault Sic. Marie. la MI principal cities of Ibo east. Theres an easy way to beat the high, price of coffee! Costs less-tastes good and helps health where coffee hurts Switch now-Test tells "Theresa Season" Posxun is sold by all grocers Mock' by Postum Cercni Co. Ltd. Windsor.Ont. TJfS Ittltirttaw fla. wciil (Kllltr to growlnc miDufutunre. TO rdhkc ftdruicfls prOTKStMdOMpSf ThoMllM- ttao p( dratb receives epecltt BttentloQ. Sound Industries can obtain accessary for OOTeloptnent Our tlool adrlwrr can an all- JmporUnt factor ID tha succesj ol aur Industrr. W Reioarcw oitained by the ]Ipndcrson Directory company. Tho population ct Hie city and siAurtiB, it la tailored, will eiceed Last jraar' (lie vsa estimated at Olive Oils Never Uniform Llko Tht Sweetest Oil from SILK ALL KINDS Of LADIES' WEAR Alto Silk Shirt. Made to Order. S1UMOW 408 Sixth Street South IBchi-vJ Dominion Meat Market) UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Brancli. A. Dunbar, Manager Branches ntM at and Barons The Need You Your opportunity to Kelp comes when the strongest appeal possible is presented in the Local Council of Women's To secure funds to provide proper milk to all and free to those unable to pay. Who wouldn't give their last dol- borrow if save a haby. The children will be well looked after if you are generous on tag day. Saturday Next AUCTION SALE Tooioprow Saturday WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION AN OF USEFUL FURNITURE AND EFFECTS INCLUDING Handsome tapestry upholstered Chesterfield, fumeJ oak framer, pair of tspsstry chairs to match; sottee in solid walnut; smaller settee aolld walnut, pair of chairs In walnut; oak. bookcase wilh glass doors; estc-ndtng dining table; eight dining chairs; two inhlAC- morrili rlinir- Inrtrn llnalam. uuu aisu BELL PLAYER PIANO IN WALNUT CASE TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 "WADDINGTON SELLS vVlTHOUT RESERVE" BRICKS! VVs can .now deliver common brick of good chape, color and quality in car lots or L.C.U Prices art reasonable and Immediate delivery can-ie made. Wrlle for quotation! and simplet. LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO., LTD. 119 SECOND AVE. SOUTH HIGINSOTHAM BLOCK PHONE 1412 MR. liave given some thought to insuring your crops against hail. Whom aro you going to insure with? Have you eireit this serious consideration? Very likely you have not.' Can we not reason Ihis-outitogethorfrWc.are farmers, too.-.Wo knOTt-that the. commercial world !s organized. Are wa? "We are; but we have not taken advantage of our organizations. We have beau Indifferent, and that is .tlie reason that the farmers are being dictated to liv other organizations? Now isn't it time wo get togelhcr and stand back ot our organizations? Wo Is. Then let us niako up our minds right now to place our insnranco with the FARMERS' FIRE HAIL INSURANCE CO., which is owned and controlled by the farmers ot REPRESENTED BY THE UNIVERSAL AGENCIES SUITE S, OLIVER BLOCK ,r 1 BRIER SMOKING TOBACCO Cirt llli, round Mml, n cllllirtul of Minllllw o.lMi'i thai aS, in Illul- Inlld J HORSE HAI HIDES PELTS RAW FURS WOOL AND TALLOW YOU WILL RECEIVE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR YOUR GOODS BY SHIPPING TO A RELIABLE FIRM. THE LARGEST DEALERS IN THE WEST A. CARRUTHERS Co. Ltd. P.O. BOX 37 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, PHONE 595 1251 SECOND AVE. S. v, AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT YOU DON'T KNOW How Much You Can Get For Yo1- PELTS and FURo UNTIL YOU GET OUR OFFER DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AMD FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6lh ST. S. P.O. BOX S i i ;