Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE THIHTKEN Wonderful Interest SKbwn By Her. .Wbalohwr. iiaidsr. wnttaanrt, i-l'i InmUfrw, 'Ponoka. Wayne, llurtei-. farmers of lnv i n-oiiaiie. POUC. ciat.. Their Organization The tint lour mouths o! 1919 bne the moat from aa or- canlialion standpoint'. In the htatory of ttia UF.A. Ju Ibis period, no less than ?9 uov hare nod IS olj locals have lipjeU through various car.-M. re-orginlud, Jnaklng a total of 111, Tola Is practically ea niany LCW loc- als has liaro bcoii organized lu o year previous, and If the a rate of organization Is kept up durlDC the balance ti! the year, a vary large lo- In Iho number of U.T.A. tocala will br, recorded. Tba wluil Increase In tho iDembemhlp ol tbe U. F. "A. dur'- Ing the fourth months ot 1919 ae com- pared to 191S Is 3461. ThcEB new locals baon ized ;it or mljncenl to the fo points: .Macleod, Sfldslis Foreman, .SuKIeltl, Koljyan, K'.okkoTlllo. OhJaook .Jluetitnclcn, NlEhllngjUe. Taloot, Ret- lavv, Garrlugton, Prorost, CSaurln (2) HlvercoiUiO, Knee Hill, Valley (2) Seven VeKroTUle. Ffcirn Dow U Of Roekrfort. Btrathnon, ______ HaJ court KcTliTlllv Gtitwrt, k.rr.eiQulr, RloMale, Ghoul To- Held, Pnc.-o.il. Baract, Mar- Jarnnr, Qbalon, St. Panl di Mobii, lAanlnCi Condor, Cb 11 ID ark. Plclt- i. New Dtyloo., LesItiYille, Kim- ball. Ettt'ertoi. llaumson, Onefour, Albambiv Forement, Acadla Valley. Gllby. Canvt Creek, Beater, iinrk. IWano. Vaadynfl, m Point, 6col- lard, DtfJbunLt, ID hunsViijjQf there vere IOCAU In mil IMP i adjac-eat to-the ind Ibe; new organliattpni Myi Mtft tbe eipuiicm of tbft UJTA-'Wtrk tl other points in fow will te Grande Pralrici, Hope Valley, f lirooks, Loko, Mauvllle, Clisactllor, Ma'nvtllc. Carbon, 'Fort Saskatchewan, -Toren Hills. Krticoty, Uirkhnrl, Hurlblioni. SunTiynoofc hase TheJuta. DlckaoD, ftluslnalln. UarilEty, Mlllerflcld, Prosjoot Valley, llallle Rend PUTT. Bestlsy, Irma, Frospy, Bearer Lodge, 9tet- wltlilc ft 10 v U twI.tM tteu.tr tonrn. In most dlttrtaU ii a tendency to d.rUe.tbi laif-jr U.F.A. locals Into meeting at the achotj hoiisiB, although In cases the opposite IB the and a number v email .locali are amaleamaUng, .and at.oM central point. This li partlcuforly the caM'-where miiiy o the Cuiaws bate call. U. F. W. Too January AprtJ 1919 23 new locals of tbtf V. F- :W- A. haye onaolzed adjacaat to I ha rol lowing rwlnta: Heist, Creek, Row Extra Features in Hoieprbpf is all tKe style that >ny Hcae noisftM with twice'ibe'weu'of mMbvlri'm r.. i i- _ '_j- ahiead Jspanefsa Silk. Lustcrized Lisle, Merco- A and cotton mired. SSc per pair and up- f per pair and ap Don't Exctsptimitationajlook [or tKe Holeprofif Write for names of Holeproof rtortt, Coapur 'oJCimidt, Uto.teJ, LoadMi, OmI. ctcfl feroM will to 4uitdan ewly ouiblf PreblMFM Auto rAAlfi, May Orlando ot 1Ulr rctoned to today Cram a of ulUn held TorltL At hd the prumlur outlloed worV (tf the Italian tn 'aria and eboired ttat there TO re dlfKculttea La war of arrrlnv Ml ItaJlAn bt- tX the and rarloui iroblvui of InterMt at The tahltxU 11 la Mid, Us of pramltr. Summoned I. Uar'ttrrT ha ffOB 'orr a oonreranca ol- Heir ot fo Ice, ot Company, uid olhtfr from Berlin. an expected tcmorrD Opinion reallratlon of the terra i he.6 realortd Borne nartonAl (eetlci In Omntnr. which rallrtlj lo bare TBU- today thert It almott aoKd oat local opinion aga'.otl ir'ealy, accord IDC to ft IraYelllog correapood-; of tbft Ditly Mull, In dated at In 3IU-ili, near the j Polish frotrtler, on .May 20. Germany It Blowing finding men' round whom ibe -Kill rally, the cor- .Mpoodent addi. Upper Siltala ivlll flftl and soon be the storm cen Ire of the alUmptt'J Inland Won't Be Bound PARTS, May Clemen- prealdenl, of peace confer- ence, has received letters from Ed- irmrd Valarft, Count and Arthor GrtffHbJ, Irlsb Sinn Fela lead- hi irblcb they declire that Ire- land will acri. be bound by the ecLlun ot the delegates to tbe ytice ence. t ley BUtloc, Btandanl, White Court, Brint, Ardlej, Slbbald, Ituffiaey, Oyen, Twining, ttam, CJiaurln, Loyalist, Jf. BdmontoD, Grande Prairie, BMnrith, Moycrion, 'irerlodie, Aden. iajt .year, during tbe whole year new U.F.W.A, -vere organlaedj thai IC.lhe lame'rale at Increase >s malnlalnetl, the record for tbe U.F.W.A: -will claobe eatablLsliad. s> For 'hi. kcpl MikbicM.oi'rmect iani nd cF iiliif-. UFEBUOY MUITH! Brothwi IWamii. (rrtim Our OKP- Corre-tondsnO SKIFF, May build IDf up at. Shfff. The school cun- Iractora are tuey building a cook car for Mr. Orcar. '.llr. and 'Mrs. Orear Intend mahlnis IL Ihelr lemporary borne until such time ps their hoiif.e oompleldd on'tbe fahn, Afr 1X1 worth took bis blf llumley cut to bis farm on 'Monday. The BcJiool contractors already hi Ibe foundation .n for the Sklrf Con- flated School- Mr. Fetters has bis brother from Etrltotn helplof u as "u. Lacy. One of' Mr. Orear'a men arrived In to-day; a line learn of vhlcb (liey'purchased from li AVeslerV Transfer Co. of Lethbrldg' .There Is lo bs a very large am- ount of land; Teheed this year. Tbe Sick Karmlbg, "Co. eipect lo fence aboul 51 The Grit man Ranch about 16 mllei and about 12 rallea -for the Kfnluciry-'Alberla Land -Co. repre- sented by Orear. J. H- Norman hos-purcbBied a i HoH Caterpillar tractor. J. L. LynrlE U buiy breaking tor dirferenl perties. The country Is cfcTLafnly" HtlllDK up quickly, Not on5y- 'land .being broken but houses fipliig up on the his bere now co'there IB-, another family close to ;t6wn. Mrs. Alakaviah has gone-lo, Ray-, raoiid and'Lethhrldge lo via It frleudi. .Mr. the School Inspector was .In toviii last week. Oeharue -businesi via- INTERNATIONAL MEASURES When buying it of im (nncc to know wKo thakcf .nation-Ayiiic reputation ior making exclusively fine quality ihoes for When you a pair of shoes bearing the Gcorgina or the Onyx trade mnrk, you buy supreme shoe satigfactioa and >icc. Yon get the tci't in in in comfort, InJ in real niioc vtlut. (4ifi- Okaincd[ tLroiigt CcnafToVIcaJing Loot flhor. ly -ONYX .Short ty AV. .1. MKUQX fi Co, H. 3MVOLI j; I I The campaign for'the'adoption ol Intemailonal weights ami 'nieasureii IK iiiaklng anolhtr slride. The World Trade Club of San Francisco Is now the movement for the adoption I'of Ihe Intemfttiumil metric system of I we.phla and mtaBures in order to fa- ciiltale the Iransacllon o( trade and commerce among the nations ol the 1 world. Sonic 50 or 60 who-lake 'aii '.nlcrest in move- -nicnlB have received a pamphlet, elc., .with coupons [or to- gfethcr wllh stamped envelope for I mailing Iheir opir.lon to the president 'or ibe United Stated premier Llcydr Gecrge of Oreal llrlta'n. ask- their co-operallon hi bringing the into uae- Tbe movement started ITI England hy Ihc'.rissociSUou for the adoption of a decimal monetary system, and metric measures, The'Molric Asao- ot 1B6, 5th Am, New York, took up. the Idea .years It has now travelled lo San Francisco, where U appear the World Trade Club have great, hopes of seeing the measure put through. (From 'Our Correironflcnl) DUMO-VD May Diamond Clly (No.: 65; A., F. and (A. 'Jt., aro giving 'thslr' annual ball In the schoolhouic Friday, May 2Jrd. Harry Roc, one of our relumed dlerj, TJsHIng frle'nds In1 Diamond Citr. He hclonged to thft 42nd High- lander and has acen three y6ars of serrlce. Norfolk Counlr's oldest Isaac Lang, ras laid W .re SPECIAL RATES FROM LETHBR1DGE TO and return TO LAKE LOUIM BUI) return on sale dally, iay 23rd to RETURN LIMIT ,14'DAYS Hotel CbaLcau June For llckcls anil further IntOTma- lion (t> A 1 .J, eOHOOH; Ticket CHILDREN ARE QltlCKTO LEARK if Fe J on proper (bod. Many youngsters are dull in school because of pwenUl ignorance food. Shredded Wheat is the ideal food for growing children because it contains every element needed for building healthy tissue. It is 100 per centwhole wheat- to eat Delicious with milk or fresh fruit. Middle Aged "Women should warning from euch symptoms us heat flashes, eliortneai of excessivo nervousiicss, irritability, and the blues indicate the approach of inevitable "Change that comes lo all vromcn. venting middle age, We have published vol- umes of proof that Lydla E. FinkhanTs Vego- table Cbrapound 13 the greatest aid women caa have during this trying period. Jlead Abont Tbcso Tiyo AVomcnt was paJilop through thecriUcU period of life, being .forty-sir rears at bad all ila sjnp- Incident to lliit fluhei, nenouioeka, kfld la fenenl run-down condiliim, w Ll barJ [ai me to do my.work. LydU Pickbua't Coaipound iru rMomtnc-ndtd to ice u Ihfc beat remedy Tei IBJ (roublef, which It surely prorM to be. I fee) btt- ter mistroiigeT la. Tra.ycUiCQUk.Iug toe an- inylDf E7mptomi M. GoODUTj ?i5 Napoleon Oiiio. Cbugeol Life, la addUion Is IU ftnnbyine lyioiiloini I bad an attack ot grippe Wbicfc all wmlci uid IcIL ID a conJilloa. I fell at trmei that I froaM iierer be irell I read ot Lydia E. Flokbkm'H Compound and irhal ll dU for women pisalnj through Ilia Change of Life, to I lold By doctor I woala Iry It. I BODQ bfgan to gain la UrcDgUi sympioma duappeMed uii your Yego- Utle Compound has me a ir-sli, slroog womaa to p all my onti hoQK work. 1 COD not iccooimond E. bam'B Vrxetatlc. CcrBponcd loo highly lo women. HE: thiongh the Change o! Souih'ORUsde Btiwt, Ucbxna, III. .TVonicnEvcryTThere Depend und I All the Good Features of Home-made Bread Are Found IIK, Which appeals lo .the Bread baker at home. They, of all others, know, good bread. Our Bread always pleaMi them "and'will please you. yJ? f N. Jjl Schweitzer.