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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 FRIDAY. APRIL THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTE: LIBERALS OBJECT ONTARIO TO.IACK ALBERTA IN STRIKE TORONTO, Mar. ptadclng moral and Inan- clal support to Alberta tekool should they id strike, were pused by On- tario public school teachers' ainoclaUofl, in thiWr Motion at the Ootarto Mucatlonal aeio- euAkm today. A itec a fpwlal for a "itrlke tunrl uncon- bM tho to HibKrlbe fenor- oualy ax-: SASKATCHEWAN SCHOOL ATTENDANCE FAVORABLE OTTAWA, Mar. t the honee opened this after- noon, P. Midland, ReititroncUB, on the orders ot the day, quoted a newn- dispatch from Portland, Malno, a...-glng proposed conitructicn work by the Grand Trunk Railway which would Involve an expenditure ot tome half'a million dollara. Hon. Dr. Held, minuter of rallwayi. he had written to Howard O. Kelly, president of tke Grand Trunk Hallway, for conflrmatlon. The roccivBd ".'as that no liich .-work contemplated, frewat plum merely Involving reoffvralH of wharf piling. Hon. Chas. Murphy quoted a press report of a speech made fcy Premier Masiey of New Zealand, in which, Mr. HBO1NA Mar. Martin, Massey eipressed-the ;TjeTf Wn6 was speaker ?t the mStlon of an Imperial executive was fBeet'ias of the new Canadian section near at hand. Mr. Murphy asked if prime min- ister had any knowledge of the pro- poiad creation of: such an imperial cahmet. The prime minister: "The tiou embodied in the dispatch may he in accordance with the mhnl and in- tention of the prime minister of New Zealand. 1 have never subscribed to it." The house then went into supply! on the trade and commerce estimates.! E Lapointc, Quebec, protested that the premier had promised considera- tion of the h.'jor es'i.naios today. Mr. Lapointe remarked that ho had some- thing to say "akout the gentleman presiding over the Department and of his work." Trade and The first trade and commerce item under consideration was a vote of CANADA WILL REMAIN LOYAL TO THE EMPIRE DECLARES DEVONSHIRE Saskatchewan Educational as-, Boclatlon today declared it not fair to compare school attendance in Saskatchewan 'With that of any other province in Canada. Schicl attend- ance was batter, in British Columbia than in any other province, but it musl be remambered that half population of that province was three cities while the climate waa than that of Saskatch- ewan. School attendance in Saskatch- fiW-a dhritta; the pait three years compared very favorably with the pro- vince of Ontario, BO they Lad little to complain of on that score. WINNIPBO, Mar. the Canadian Club, where he received a very cordial reception, tbe sorer-] oar-general said he would leave Can- ada, detp In the conviction Hiat the Dominion would carry out the- great traditional policy of loyalty to British He predicted that the prwent century would see thb further ewntntinj ot the lias which bind to- the various of the Brit- ish Entire, and dec.ared that tho empire would hand down to the next "a nobler, better, more secure and more-just Future generations would have lit- j tie cause to complain of what had' done bj- 'this generation. "RECRUIT" HAS BEEN MADE SEAWORTHY OTTAWA, star. Press) question titno'-ln the house today C. C. minister .of ntarlne and naValalf airs, slated-that the steamship "Recruit" of the Can- adian. Merchant Marine which went j aground at Vache I'oint, ir. the St.! Lawrence, has been refitted for sea. j Other answers "wre'that the public works department had expended at St. John Harbor, N. B., be- tween 1900.and 19J0 'IflOlujiive. The expenditure IB 3 920-1 !MI.' was f 941, arid the item in the estimates for 1921-Htt was The govern- ment Bad not received from the Pro- gressive club of Montreal a resolution calling lor the abolition of the civil service commission. TYPOS IN ANNUAL SESSION MOOSE JAW MOOSE JAW, Mar. eighth, annual convention of the Western Canada Conference Typographical Union opened this niprning in tho Em- press Hold. The delegates from all ths western cities were welcomed to the city by Mayor II. II. Smith. M. and by Mr. Thomas' Miller, managing director of the Evening Times. The morning session oi; the convention devoted to committee work. WESTERN NEWSPAPERMEN BUY SARNIA DAILY TORONTO, April Press.) western newspapermen, M. Hueston and Allan Holmes, of Prince Albert, have purchased Inn Canadian Obsei ver, a daily newspaper at Sarnia, Out., the property having been taken over by tho new owners today. Mr. Hueston will become resi- dent, manager of the paper at Sarnia. while Holmes will remain in charge of tho Herald at Prince Albert, MILK 11 CENTS IN KINGSTON TODAY KINGSTON', April to- day the price of milk here will' drop o 11 cents a quart, im; at l.'J cents. It has been sell- WAGES TOO MIOM TO OPERATE PENN. PITTSBURO, Mar. has be- come impossible to operate the Penn- i sylvania 'KailroaU successfully and for bounties to producers of continue to pay high crude petroleum. Lucien Canon, j wages" fixed by the railroad labor Horchester, asked whether these boun- ties were paid t'o the big oil com- panies as well as to individuals. He did not think that large companies like the Imperial Oil company should be paid any bounty. Sir George Foster replied that .bounties were paid only to those who produced the oil. A. R. McMaster, Brome, objected to tbe bonusing of oil producers. The petroleum business was a rfnost. pro- iitable one. It was unwise, to say the least, to assist it by bounties. Sir George Potter: "Cannot my bon- friend mnke his protest a little Rank Raving Lunacy Mr. McMasler: "Certainly. .1 will say that it is rank, raving lunacy to bonus this business." Sir George 'replied that the pt'.icy of piiying bounties to these produc-: ers had been inaugurated in 1904 by tho Liberal government. Mr. McMaster'rejoined that condi- tion were doubtless different when that, poliny had imusiirated. Mr. Canon asked how much of the bounty the Imperial Oil company re- ceived. Sin Goorgo Foster replied that the larger percentage of it was paid to small producers. Just what tho exact amounts were. Sir Georgo was not prepared to pay. MB. Canon asked to have the item suspended owing to the lack of in- formation to which Sir George agreed, i board, C. s. Krtck, general manager of the eastern division, declared to- day in opening a series of conferences between officials of the company and representatives of its employees to discuss proposed reductions in salar- ies and "vagen. EMBARGO OFF BOON TORONTO, Mar. tbe opin- ion of Hon. Manning Doherty, who reached tbe city last nlglit after a visit to England in connection with the matter of the embargo against Canadian livestock entering the mo- ther country, will he removed at the time of the. imperial conference In June. URGES TEACHING CHILD CONSCIOUSNESS OF COD SASKATOON, Mar. a. strong plea for the "little tots" in which he advocated teaching a child' '9to be conscious of the presence ofj (iOd. Prof. W. F. Kerr of Manitoba I University made a moving nppeai to the Sunday school convention this i incrlng, during the course -of which i he urged the teachers to develop in i the children a natural love for Christ as a i.atnral is developed by a mother. The need for this conscious- ness and love should be recognized as a special claim of the children, he said, and should be fostered in the primary and beginner's classes where the most sincere enthusiasm for the teaching is always clearly exhibited. SASKATCHEWAN NURSES MEET IN MOOSE JAW MOOSE JAW, Mar. Sask- atchewan registered nurses' associa- tion met in fourth annual convention in tho public library hero this morn- ing with an attendance of 40 register- ed delegates. The morning session was devoted to registration and re- coivir.g reports, among (hem being that of the president, Miss Jean Ur- quhart. THE LINE'S OUT OF ORDER We are sorry that owing li re- pairs en the telephone line, cus- tomers were unable to phone ns during the past five days. How- ever, we are assured that the repairs will be completed by Saturday or Monday. For the Week-end we very choice beef, mutton, veal, and pork. Throughout the season our buyer .will constantly brlni; fresh supplies of Southern Al- berta's choicest. PHONE 492 The Alberta Meat Market W. L1NGARD, Prop. We are.taking, care of all our customers of the Independent Meat Market. HOME-MADE BAKED GOODS PASTRY, CAKES, AND BREAD CANADIAN UNION BAKERY 404 13th St North. PRICE OF MILK! lRT15c COMMENCING TOMORROW No Change in Cream Prices. Chief Mountain Creamery ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION AND LADIES' AUXILIARY, A. N. VETS. Joint General Meetidfl WILL BE HELD IN THE MOOSE HALL ON FRIDAY, APRIL 1ST AT S.OO P.M. for the purpose of considering what steps shall be taken.tp a suitable memorial to those who have fallen'in-defense of the Empire. All honi -ary numbers and members arc revested to attend. LINOLEUMS If yon want a floor that is at once warm, lesllient. quiet easily and economically cared and very durable, than make It Linolenm. HEAVY PRINTED LINOLEUM-li It. wide, in light and medium floral anil pa'tiTlls. An per lineal 12-FOOT HEAVY PRINTED LINOLEUM, in block am] floral