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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIRHT Tin; DAILY HRRALD ffllBJM Considering the Abnormal Con- ditions of Work on Farms. hunate too in Iwvins his oldest son FlDL'CCCn IM IJPAVV MO1! WJllEard L. with him during this i seasuu. us hi' lins just rcturne'.l tr I a livo ;ird A luslf mission I tho Kriemlly islands. Mr. SiulUi. also his and child, i> syt'iit riurmc, I'L RbU to la- h..> Mr. Smith, poor whil 3 diO ii liut again, csiHt-ir health has b Tilt- next Jar aftiT lus arrival ever, ho found Ms way to his faiinr'j Laid uiutiT the rivigornt-f !llg I11fCCt Of iUa not recovered completely but iiiii bpen able to work arcuud v'giitoi'u I hoiiiji i'er toy, duriiis the busy luutb j [W DIJMAWU I IM it) 4Frr-m Our T'wr TjBAYLTT, .May the rush ct farm work on their it gardening in l.t-aviu this year must tw !eli to the care and labor ot tho ami school diiUlrvn. trjt ihey will measure up to the euicr- gMicy all right. .Mr. W. C. Smith roper Is a fairly sootl crop of lambs, no: 100 licavy looses, considering tho :ib- TionnM conditions whk-h have ub I TREE PLANTING THEME FOR CAMPAIGN BY DOM. GOVERNMENT: !__________ i I WIXXH'EC. May is hoped to 1 t.-ec plenties acuiciUy uuJor ivuyi in the prairie provinces by org.taiiing tMch tai-ill cotii'-ctinity this Mmiuior. and will ho tlost wiih Dominion tro- planting nursery1 at Indian laincd all during lamliins; foason. ilf Rolisor. BlarS. exccnllvi> secretary nn unusually fine herii of Koros'ry ihls Eprins. liavinc had little or nw cm if receoi looses during tlio winter. Ho is for- j Vi'jtu tho I'Jeu ol deruonstrtiUir.; to the j pknting sheUer bolts of so i named ihey shelter thu t-arly grain frotli tbe hurrlcaue viads ivhkJi across thu pniirtos, DLL- Canadicfi Forestry association wilt sc-nJ a IJlantills; (lenionstnttion car" tlirnugh Manitoba. Sasksn-.-neiran.aiid JntftmtCive ;uul iiio'iun ditpjayj of tree plauUuj; will he giveu. TUESDAY, MAY is, 1020 o'.he." oJ tbe Joorney bios exactly n week to travel a tanco whti'U svpukl Lie ntfjj tlie in 'JO minutes. by The Toronto uoard of control pass- ed :v resotutlqu. iufor.'Mnvs Premier _Urury..that. it oppose any at- ul to iucreaso s'lreet railway The full regalia of liorctfs drawing hearso at a Uunir.nisu funeral. As rute all countries lit the Balkans pay deep anil honor to tUelr ead. bVnerdl ceroinouifa elaborate and the processions The FORMER N. Y. GOVERNOR DIES ow ECEIf' POL'OHKEEPSIE. N.y., May 17 former covernor of New; I York, r.nd of the Unit-' I ed States under Pre-sidcnt i illarrisun. died at his home at Sports of I slie, last night on the Sfjtaj anniversary of, his birth. i ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not'Aspirin at.All without She Dancing and Music Will lie Features. (From Our Ovrii WASHERWOMEN STRIKE: HOUSEWIVES BAN THEM MERCHAXTV1LI.K. N', J.. May town has a soap and suds war on its WasherK-oioen want more money and housev.ivcs have declared n lockout. In face of a paper shortage. Mcrchant- villc has issued an emergency call for paper colbrs and cuffs HIM! reversible paper shirt fronts. The washerwomen de- manJ and 53.50 a day. The Cleanest Oil Made i> .The Sweetest Oil. from Aprlcutc Plan Proposed to Conned Upper Reaches of the Amazon With Pacific. LONDON, May of ap EC-rial route from the Paciflc Ibs AiitaKon as a means of surmount- iDg difficuHlos o( road tmye) among the 'Ardos. Is advocated by a; >i. ___________ Dyott, until recently tbe Urllisli Jloyal .N'avali Air, Service. _ l_ "There is no serious difficulty in the way, so far as tUo ability la '.Mr. byotl tho Hoya! Gcosraphfcal Society. have heard of the great hoijht ot the j Andes, but there are low altitudes at which they'nMy be crossed. off -'i the Andes: ridges can bo negotiated Life is a .burden ths body at a height T.OOO feel, but there, is racied with pain. Eycrything worries and' the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring bari the sunshine taie As We Are Digging Trees Shrubs At the Mitchell Nurtery Now, It Is Important That You Order Anything You De- sire in That Line at Once. a tew luoro rtays to gel some at tlicse Rood homa grovai stoek at a very low price. FRANK KNAPP Phone Coaldale 124-6 is. another rising to feet. he continued, "is peculiarly suitable fQr. aerial traffic. Aerial high- %-ays will 'undoubtedly play a large part iu the future development of that cctrntry. It is of importance rapid cominuiiicatioi: ehould -be estab- lished between the the coast, and in order 10 do'this the airnlane-must come to the rercue." Disousijing 4iio ditticulty ot .travel- ling hy road, -Mr. Byott said that it took, him'five'days'to travel from one hands. in the Andes where B. C. OFFICIALS TO BOOST PROVINCE TO C. 51. A. CONVENTION as tlie airplane would coyer the di3- l offl. practice beiore the ?llh of SCay. clal welcomes to the delegate.-! v.-ill be, I Herman luis finished put-] voiced "by Premier Oliver on behalf: ting in bis own crop and Is now seed- i of the province and Mayor Gals on j 1 for >Jr. Tichner near Iron Springs, j behalf of the city. The provlnetel j 'branch oi the association with the! The name on h like II Knriit on jroM. It po5Etircly Identifies tho only genuine friC'Aspirin prescribed by physic-tans T5S TS a noiv of Tablets of AEpirin11 whicli proper for Colds, Headache, Toothache, K-Jradio. Xeu- rnljjia, Neuri- tis, Joint Pains, and Pain generally. Tin boxes of 32 tablets cost but for made in Canada. Always buy an unbroken package i a few cents. Larger "Kayer1! There is only one ranst say "Bayer'1 Aspirin Is the mr.rk {reslilewd In C'ar.adal rf Payer Manufa-clura llono- at iVhlla IE fi well kr.own liiat Aerlrlr: mcaTi: Ua-.-cr lo asml ihi puMIc Imltalicms tho TuMrla of Uaysr Wilt be thtlr scncrat tcailt, mark, tlio "Bayer Cross." G if ford, the small boy vrhn-has been liis home Vi'ilh Mr. and B, U'oodcoclv, lias returned to, hi? home near IMagraili. There wilt be a celebration at Turin 24th of May. Sports of nil kinds have been planned Jor, and there will be (laucing iu the afternoon and eve- ning. Tbe Miners1 band from Leih- bridge will furnish the music. Mrs. Mellow was visiting her I i daughter, Urs. J. VanBrockltu near au I.eibbridge Saturday. Harold Cole rotnrned day irooi a two visit friends in Lethbriflge. She was.iic- i <'orapanied by Mrs. Harlimim. ;who i will visit, ,1-while in the community. The Aid met with Mrs, 'Jas. j Chupman Wednesday, with nineteen isicnihers in attendance. The usual seiving program was supplemented hy a duet by Mrs. Gordon and her dau'gh- assistance of other organizations, is niH.kins every effort to present in the fullest form all information respect- ing the possibilities and resources ol British Columbia, wills a view to in- Canadian capital to invest in the West. About delegates, many of whom will bring their families, are expected to attend the convention W'I' "a11 Can- Sa for western Canada for this summer. CHEQUES- Cottvenieucc, security and economj- are secured by the iise of Travellers' Cheques issued by this Bank. They enable the bear- er to identify himself and are readily converted into the current coin of foreign country. any THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRtDGE BRANCH-K. W. Rcikie, Manager. The Home Cooks Know When Pacific Milk first came on the market we had many, professional cooks try it and give theiv opinions. But really it is the recipes and exyeriences In home kStclieac that we nro mOEt iirouj of. FACTORi.ES.AT LADNER, B.C. iur tills tiuuimer. i T Nearly even-one of ihe de-legates 1 Q T Pt'Q interested, in. the derelopment ot ex- UI1 1 vPUi- LsJlllCJl ter, Mrs. Sfeelc, also by a rejulingf.fcy Mrs. Gordon. The next meeting Vriil i at the homo of '.Mrs. B. B. Spencer. A larger crowd than usual fjather- jej at Ihe Turin school house Sunday tc attend the services. Twins, A boy and girl were born Thursday, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert interested in. the derelopi V.orL trade, accord tug: to J. B. Thom- son, chairman of tlie Uritlsh Columbia division of Hio association. Added to these SOD deelgatea will be others at- tending- fisheries which booke'd for approximately the] lime. Indeed some are intend- ing to put in attendance at both con- ventions. has Tiimbull CANADA'S BEST FLOUR MAKES BAKING DAY EASY ANT) ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION ONE BAG WILL CONVINCE YOU ASK FOR AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS nil will enter a hospital. j lifxifrcy ale Sunday dinner! n-ith Mr. nml Mrs. N. .lorBcnson. j i -Mariin Aim Is suffering from a! i laaiu Imrt. Cnllio ...Mills is carrying i ihe inaii imtil he rcc'aporatcs aud gels his in. I j .Mr. ami Mrs. Riiuis Rteele of Par.vl ilifip. Mont., have purchased the Geo. I'carson farm near Pictr.rc; Bntto and j jire at present viFiting 'Mrs. Steete'S I parr-nls.'Mr. and -Mrs. K. G. dorian. Tho news has reaclic'3 us of the i i ranrriago of Marllia Jolmfon to C. II. II. Illglatid of Rnchant. Miss Jolin- son moved from Turin lo Enchant last fall. Ail hc-r old friends at Turin join in wishing lier a huppy married life. I. Hanson made a business trip lo Friday. I Mrs. narl Ilammon was a guest at] thn Dunn hiimc Siilunlay. John ihe aged father of .Mrs. .Voble, passed avvaj- ThHrs- i day nisiit aflcfr a lung illiiMs. llurial tooU place- in tho Iron Springs ceine- Saturday. Mrs. Xcil Sinclair, and tan Gordon were in l.ethljriiige Tuesday and Wed- nesday, CLAIMS BROKER GUILTY OF FRAUD JN LOAN AFFAIR i MONTREAL. May Graham I Browne, tlio bond broker, who last i night shot himself iu Ihe lavatory of! his office, when placed under ucrest, was charged v.-ith committing a fraud n j Hank in connection with Iho flota- j Hon of the last Victory Loan and in- volving the- sum of the authorities announced this morning, Corner MacMahon, sitting without a jury, rciunicd u verdict of suicide in the caso. through the Merchants Bank. Branches in all of Canada, find corres- pondents abroad, this Bank is in a position to present Drafts promptly, have them accepted, and collect payment; with tha least possible trouble and cost to you. The Manager will be glad to take up this matter with you. SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Phone 1856. Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lcthbrldge, Alberta Ride in a McLaughlin Special. costs no more. Eddie, Berger, Prop. Head Office: Montreal. OF IETHBRIDGE BRANCH. MAN. RECOGNIZES- !ii (he duty tic owes to hh wife and ollir-r i that each one of tlicm is before, but In many inataTu1.'--. :o ivill cn3uro his niti thoir iiffr.irsi demise. The spiwinliricni Diis I'I-S'KI' under your Will, will rafOKuaril nml might prove onerous to them. nm! The British Canadian 'Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALSERTA PHONE DANDERiNE" Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty. If your auto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, the "know Ihe equipment and the biggest shop in Alberta la at vour service. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 412 4th 3llvcr Grill FARMERS! If you have LIVESTOCK, IM- PLEMENTS, HORSES, WAG. ONS, ETC., you vrlsh to dispose of, coiiHlgii them to us for quick sale, either at Public Auction, ur privately. L6THSRIDGE STOCK REPOSITORY Waddington Marsh Tell Us What You Have To Sell Phone 348 'Res. 114S A foiv IMI.VS I Aflpr an you l.-illoii l-air or j clrirrh'uif, every Hair -l life, vijjur, lu-iBhlncs.'. more tol id The very best of tire surgeons, tho of molds and the largest shop in ihe Province. In retreading we can give you the Diamond, Douhle Boss, Grove Commercial and Plain Treads. have the world's greatest process in retreading. We also sell all makes of new tires. City Vulcanizing Shop J. SCHULTZ, MANAGER, SUCCESSORS TO R. D, RITCHIE If You Don't Whether you eat or not, and don't know what you want, let our menu sug- will ternpl the appetite. The Yale THE rlEW CAFE FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;