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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOWI LRTHHRIDGE DAIt.Y MAY 20, 1QIO Ube ,1betaU> aibcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Publlihiit THE LETHBRIDGE HcHALD PRINT INQ COMPANV. LIMITED tt? Strcit South. Uethbrlo'tJ W A. Buchanan Juue. (From BARNWELL Our Own May A uiajorlly of the aeeJIue has done la tbli dbtrlct. The wheat has p radically All beeu sovQ a consldcirabla amount of It Is up acd shows eplen- dtd stand. A fino shower passed over hena Friday night which was greatly IRON (Frfnn Our Own CcrrespontSeull SPRINGS. May RTO still sowing, liofh grain aud graes rarely looked better. Showers have corns Just when required. The all- nlghi rtlrx on Friday. May 16, will save the crop uionlh of May least. j.J WINNIFRED iFrotn OUT Own May around here detlghled over of expiry al aatscrlptloni ap- ft-r dally on address labeL Accept- ance o( papers expiration dali li Qiir luLhoriir lo continue fob- CHARTER OF INTERNATIONAL LABOR. Ths League of Nations has beea in- spired by democratic principles, and tie stability ot the Coveaaui is there- by The Leaguo aims et the preservatlou c! peace not only in a tailiiary but in c. economic seiiso. It but tor other reasons, I have only words cf highest praise j Tiie [or the men In charge ol (he Dominion and Provincial Forestry Breaches. Tbera are meo at Ottawa; (here are niea here In Queen's Part, men in ihrea anJ'faur luchea high. The are patronage. Who is co blame for this j slate Q[ I have 1 corae to Ihe conclusion that no politi- cian, no ofnclal at fae Goveroment lo "blame; they are Bimply the victims i DCUU uy iaherited political tradilioa vita limc of consequently, with Ihe problems of libor iu their international bear: ing. .For Lhia purpose what ia aptly i-alled the "Charier of Interoalional Labor" has been embodied iu the League. This charter lays du.wn Ihe jirinciple which >fiU meet with univers- al approval tiat the cf bclnj. U not a eomnaodity. Based on principle ace laid down nine clauses which are iulenfled, with the principles undert.ring them, to pirern tbfe lahor policy of all-countrie.3. Bohed Jowu the nine poinis in Hie Cha'rier'of Labor.'which binds the pot- ipy Ditiona la regard to Ibe emplayin.eat o: Ih? proleo tian of Chlldreffiindsr fourteen su li-j'i the opportunities ol fducaltoD and a farther protection ol Chose-under tlghteni years of ag? from .wocld be iajorJons to tbelr physical developmenL.The charter ik'pis the principle of tho_rlghi of the piDg In NewfpabdlBcd, stated there lo a: wage ensurei t'iria'riabor unrest In the island, though" reasonable standard cf life. Equal P ay [the men Are worfeiDE ten n ours .a. far.men and women for equa] wort; BjThe only men dissatisfied are tie mat! ORION- OKIO.N, .May baa been ideal for spring.wprt during the past vvc-ek. Friday iiight.xvo had qulie a sroart shower -and another nsio on Ihe ]5ib. While hot. heavy, they have freshened Rus- haye cauged a [eK. a T_flail tstrUaeveri-trail hoijri. WQrk QI1 lhfs ueaily erery provincial capiiil. hard- working, patriotic men who are girins the-leit effort or ttcir llvea iu Ihe at- teoipt to protect our forest cspjlsl, hut they aje far from sacc-essful because in I he end t ing aud flai-.lhls CLARE3HOLM (From Our Own Cirrfsp Crop con- ditions! hera are tua abla of thV week. Noth- suffering as'yct (or the want of rain, tut; a at the present time would.be greatly appre- :iated. All seeding Is completed ivUh eiccp.lfon of some few ciat (be 1__________ 1DB N'early all iho wbf'at la have'some feed'to'so.w (juiie a Dumber cf farmers erelycL Led with the seeders for this1 I season. Over SO per cent, ot the over (his matter a good hare in ,ha- prouu'd. Whent PICKED UP IN IASSING KOll TIIK JIl'SY -MAN Dr. A. Stirling dloj ai lie too, Ool. Sloirner Ihe flftll Iliirty woodeu shlpa building coyvjr, was lauuchcd. Frandi" puroott. >vc-H kpovn .ns Hk-u Bt Out, Ouolph moutus the loss of II. K. MattldiiU. uho [or half century IvaJ Leod a popular llgure ih (hal city. Cheese prices show au upward lea-1 The sludonls o( SI. Tbpinas Collo- :nc.T- j P'Ve liis( tyle liave aJoptfJ four chilJreu, matip (a-lhorleFS by war. Walkon-Llle's Ui UtC Is 27 mills moro than last yt-ir. auj tins blghest la the town's history. Hobert a llaima farmer. IVCD six oionlbs fur uuUw'u'.ly kill- lag hogs belooglne lo V. G. Stouo. Tbe yinwatha -Indians at Rlc? LaXe each telurued vetcron ea acres of land lii the coiumuoiiy. Hydro rales for power auu Tor da. mestto and commercial lighting, hi Darrle. have heen considerably re- Juced. Tha jivlJow of .Rev. Nelson Durns. of Tgronlo, died Rt Vancouver, where her son, E. IJurns, is a well-kDowii bi> to compete on orders oblaiued under' Canadian credits. firms Invtrbeeu Two Calet.-j- school .children foimd out by the Canadian Trade Com- Ihe badly decomposed body of a nmu ID the Dow rlrer. The rcniibs have not Tlio Brotherhood of Railway Train men's .convention at Coluuibus. O.. re- fused to consider a sympathetic strike to strikers.' TA'eslern Canadians Ihe Howard Towushlp (armors have coutplclcil lo tako over the ULfJselown holdings of Kent Formers' Produce Company. 1'rlutlng prefses of two more nl-j Ipgtd- Uolajievlt newspapers havo; bwu loiu'.d- In Lascmcuts North I Winnipeg houses; i '-v- '-n V.- Chief Meredith I haa rxtcndeU the daylight eavlns rule GO as 10 apply lo the court off Ecu nl I Belleville. Cobourg. I'eter- boro and I'fcloa. Only bona fide Canadbn firms will! bt1 be Inler- learn tbul Mme, Kdv.na's Uic Hat'ol dlEttn- are to appear al IhJs natuo' appears in gn.shed siDEers v Cqvtnl Garden In seasoa. Mme. relatives In' Edmonton 'and Vancouver. I The red flug IP likely to banned In Toroolo. A section of the Muni- cipal Act hns been discovered by ihc cily nu'.horillcs uniltr which the em- blem ot Bolshevism mtiy bciiirohlblied In meetines or proteasions Albert Lcflnr, wealthy How Mason Pianos are Built (A book with 17 picture.) Ask Tor our Uooklet "loslilQ luloraiatton" ivbtclt plclurea 'ev- ery step in Itie moling o[ Iba fatuous MASON AND RI3CH We sell on 'easy rrlte for slylc'bboklfi' describing now moJcls sou nt prices trq'ru "Factory to Horr.a" Balmoral Block "Ths Horns of Iha Vlctrola" SL Thomas cllliens nro Irtvllcd to buy coal al JIG.25 througli the city's coal purchasing comraJtlco, the deal- ers' cli'arge being at present. A N'ipance judge has fpiint] the clllzcD. dead. Although in Lconoi and Acliling sue Mr. Lctlar consist-1 ton KUitly niatnlalnlng a-nursnncc eDlly refused lo accept more than 6' on a rcaJ. ami lifipojcJ a tlOO fine per cent, gn his loans, Ipking Ihe posi- tion ibafthia-was as, much as (he borrower could afford to pay. with an additional for contempt of court for liot to re- pair iLc road." shown through'the ground very quickly this year, aided'by the fine coadiijon of the ground; has i been up in Dlae or ten days from the regard-la Uie methods of handiing GOT- w( You and I are really Ihe.responsihle.parlies. The average cluieq-la.to biamebecaiisfl -not deinand in GoygiiiiDent same alandar'd'tiat he JbJs 15. Pblilicalipalron- a of public .morals and the problem will bs ynlque In the] way of farming sxpenVn r-os Jn Ihc! province; The system of co-operation Is in 'keeping wllb the irenq D! opinion i Rt the inesGnl time In to the cconomii; of tbe day. In busineas-UKe in which Lhc NoWe farmfng inlerrisls arc carried tin, road Is made easy (or Into tpe'BlloT) tho syetyin nf.mulua) Inler- eat 'Dinlpyed, HcfcrrJTig lo 'tft scheme rf ihs FoundaLlcii' Ihc Jn expreasinf Hi Inleresl.i ]n The Germans, In ihelr rlaraor orer the ptace "terma, placing great weight the fourteen potnls oT Pres- ident This 13 more than Uie emnloyeca'dH with ihe fourteen points pi Uie city commissioners. While crossing a road 'at Kcna Johnston was badly burl by ii crcllsl. the warm weather is bringing 'on Ihe grain Thje gardeners, too, 'are smiling.' con4illon5 "AkS.eTen-hour perltnc BARONS fFrom Our .CDri BAHOXS, May and prospects are sood.k. rain oa Friday nlghr, added ably to the supiily and the warm weather we-are experl ing Is a strong growth. BOW ISLAND (From Our- OTrn.CorVe.'l BOW ,ISLAND, (ins sho-.rer or laat Frnfay came In Terr nicely and has maile'a great Irnprore menl. In Ihe crops lu (Ms district. Tho gralns are -Tvell: and.. seVsra fields are exceptionally gootl; In some (kills the grain Is beginning to shade (be ground. -farmers. are .sill late grains' S3 the prospects are so promising." WHITLA Our Own fTorrejponili'nO WHITbA, April. Ift.-.-A mosl ?rel come rain TlsKcd Ibis district, com mori'clng abont S o'clock Friday eve Jiing1, contfnuJnj? with liltlc Of no ccs satlon until daylight Saturday ihorn ing. Tho clfecl of cart Tuifc3-inui fhe j i-arfii jm ft THREE Foot Treatment for Perfect Foot Comfort This Is ,1 anlfsoptlc, ideal liomft owtfil for HOT, TKN'DKIl, PEKSPlrtlN'O consisting cl and pawder. v This soap Is granular .and ia a balm coola hoi (tol, allays Inflamat healthy and swcel. perfect' clcatiscr. wbde Ihc Ion, keeps the. nklii Tho ptfwder (antiseptic and rleoiloranl) prevents lender spots. Pride; 3 for 'tto'TlVlRD Co.v Purpose men who desire lo make farming, Iheir permanent and who, it is considered, are qualificd.lo make a succcn of (arming-business.-, Procedure! x' The relurned soldier who seriously intends to adopt farming life work, and desires financial assistance lo purchase land, live slock, tnenlj1 may. receive full informalion and instindJons how to proceed from the reprcsenlative of Ihe Soldier Settlement Board in the district in whic.h he I .Financial Avaulable I-oa ns may be granted qualified according to tlicir needs, .on Ihe (1) Up to on the purchase j-of land for agricullural pur- -poses or liie'discharge or id-'" cuiubrances; (2) Up lo oil Ihe purchase of live stock, iniplemenls, and '.other equipment; (3) lip to Sl.OfJO on'the erection of buildings. i Interest nt Ihc rale of five per cenl. will IK charged. Who Are Qualified" The'qiialifications of all aprilioanls by an Agricultural Qualification Commitlee, composed of men of stipcrior standing, ivhouiKjcr- stDiid Ihe farming All cauls arc required ID appear in person bsfcrc llio Connnitlce in their district. Milltsiry person who icrvcd with ad honourable record: (a) In the Canadian, Imperial, or JJriliaii Colonial forces in an actual theatre, of war, or (cx- ccpl in U.S. or Bermuda) out- side of llic counlry in which he Y.enlisted; (b) In the forcRS of any of His ,Majcslj-'s Allies in subject resident in Canada before Ihc war; I (c) In the C.E.F- only, 1 j if he isln receipt for disability occasioned by such 'service. These. benefits are also gfanle'd to .widoWs of such men. 1 Other 'art applicarli's eligibility, frphi iiie ,slaud-. point of mililary service, isdctermined, Ihe Commiltce will invesligale -his physical condition, general fitness, and agricultural experience. "An applicant. must satisfy that he is aware of individual 'respon'siiiility resting upon those who would eng'agi .in farming, successfully, and that has Ihe required energy lo carry "ou farming iu a successful manner. A Qualification Certificate is issued lo qualified applicant Agriciillural available for men ivlio fail to receivc'a Qualificalion CcrliHcatc only through l.ick of sufficient practical farming experience. All Qualified Men Assisted i f 'Y r> The applicant, after" it Qualification Ihen apply lo the Loan AdvisoryCpAimiUec for financial Slioli.ld' lie desire to purchase liiay indicate Ihc particular parcel or land which he desires to acquire. ,Thc CommilLce, will appraise tb'e laiid ytith' regard lo its agriciilliiral'prissibiliiies, and if il is salisfaclory nnd is in with the soldier V, nbjilUy to comply with llic financial requirc- inenlsW the Act, the hii.uj be secured. Equipment The Ixian Advisory also (lie amount iO be1 Kranlcd lo the soldier scUlcr'W the purchase of live slock am( iinjjlciiieii Is, and llle crcclion of necessary buildings in fcccping with llic need. The Soldier Scltlenicnl'Rohrd lias made a'rrangcinenls (o needs for the nclllcr al.sjiceially jow prices. c s Supervision The _; staff .of Rgncuillinil, iailvisers, duties arc io prosperity the soldicT-seUIer'iby limely .au.VJCc' Y and assistance- ,It is aiso''efilistipg' ..'he of experienced. and successful fanners, located hear ;al who irill- (lirect and''assjst the sclllcr to'niake s success of his_undcr- taking.' Special -T ran sp o rt at ion Rates ;-v Tlie Railway Companiss of Canatln- t have offered special .rates- Iq sq'clicji seltlers wlio (ravel for any of lowing purpcsts: (t) I'irst Irip lo appear Before Work with on agricultural lo loot [or land; (b) To return to his'home purpose 'of transporting hu family or goods to Tijc rate lyill he allowed on the pro- duction of a certificate issued by the Doaird; Soldier Settlement Boafd (W. J, IJT.ACK, Chairman) Union BanV nuiklinj, OTTAWA. Where to Apply "BRITISH COLUMBIA- SoldlCT SetUcntBl DulWicf. Vietoux, T1VC. T, Soldier BoltlemrnL BMrd, Roiwi B.O. Sold I Kdroenien Fnblic t, -Soldier SCrKITNTRKDRNT. SoMjer SrllUniBt Vbiliiipic Block, Soljlrr ScIDeai Soldier 9etlltmuil Sol Jiff r-arfmoD nultdlnr, WiXNirRn, SoUIrr SeltkmtAl Bo4r4, 32 AdeliliieSl. Out. For t Sun I P.S.l, THfrDtwtj Aoldltr StUlimUL Ie FltiUrflHf, Q NBW 7HVBilHT, Soldiir liliMInf, ST, JoKrT, NOVA imtiXHt, SvHiet RcltltaiiH iMoilMiSl.. INCP. EDWARD AND- .TET'D'rn', JlfllWInf, ;