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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOTTR THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD LITHBRtDOE HtRALO PRINTINO COMPANY. LIMITEC MN Mh toutn, W. A. BUCHANAN Frwldcnt Managing JOHN ToniiANCE Hunter Audit Buruu ot ClroulatloM Cnllr. delivered, per DUly, br mil. per year............ Dally, by for 6 months........ Itallr br mul, J months........... by mall, per yiar.......... Vwkly. per year to U.S... values, Nor is it legitimately open to tho insinuation which somo of the towns with policies of Inflated land values might bo inclined to make, that its assessment IB so mode because It Is I'onokl. big ship went down In deep SITTING OF MINISTERS IN EITHER HOUSE The Lemieux niolion to allow Min- THE QUESTION OF IMMIGRATION The question oC immigration was raised in the House at Ottawa by H. DeslnnrtierE, the member for St. Mary's, Montreal, in a resolution he moved advocating the suspension of all immigration until Canada and the rest ol the world got down to normal again. The object behind the resolu- tion was for the purpose of prevent- ing the flooding of the labor Biartet by outside labor, and so adding to the unemployment here. At best Mr. Deslauriers takes a par- ochial view of tho immigration ques- tion, and, in his anxiety to protect tho home labor market, is -willing, with the suspension of all immigration, to launch a policy that must in its gen- eral effect, if carried out, be in the nature of cutting of one's nose to spite one's face. The in its gen- eral trend is a very short-sighted cue. Rather than suspend immigration, Canada at the present time needs an aggressive, and at the same time dis- criminate, immigration policy, that is, a strong effort to get the right kind ot immigrant to swell production and to colonize her vacant lands. In the policy he has propounded, the member for St. Mary's, Montreal, runs counter to President Beatty of the Canadian Railway, who, speak- ing recently, said "I am afraid that many people in Canada dp not suffic ently realize that the most urgent and essential need today is increase In population, not only to provide traffic tor the1 railways, but also to help pay our enormous national indebtedness So far as the railways are concerned the National Railways are even more concerned in this demand for popu Ution trail the Canadian Pacific, ow ing to the extent of sparsely populat- ed country in which so much their mileage is located. It was an ag- gressh e immigration propaganda that up the Canadian Pacific Railway and without immigration the nrosyects of the Canadian National are. in my opinion, hopeless. Any legislation which would stem the, tide of desirable immigration must inevi- tably pile UB. further deficits, for im- migration is Canada's great salva- tion." isters to sit in either chamber, when- over measures and policies are intro- duced affecting their respective de- partments, may appear novel and somewhat radical. It is a custom, how- ever, which holds good In the Parlia- ment of the Union of South Africa. Here there has bean no contention, as far as we arc aware, that the privil- ege allowed has in any way run coun- ter lo the interests ot" either House or that it has prejudiced representa- tive government. lue presence of Ministers in both Houses, as wo have it, has been ar- ranged on democratic lines, and when the change from government by! pre- judice to government by Parliament in England, following the Revolution in 1688, developed, and the House ot Commons Became more and more the centre of the State, (ho advantage of having Ministers in the Legislature to explain and defend the measures and policy of the executive govern- ment began to be appreciated. The public authority of the Crown being only exercised through the medium of Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the distance over which tho Derby Is run? 2. Is there any record ot tho Der- by being won four times! Who was the first lady to win waler tt.'lrlG, according to wireless messages. Some luemben of the crew were injured by escaping steam and by the Impact of the collision, it was said. Passengers were transferred to the West Hartland by boats from both vessels. Three boat, loads at re missing, were picked up by tho pill t boat Pinto of Port Towusend, and put aboard tho West Hartland. The Governor, owned by tho Paci- fic Steamship company, operators of Admiral line, left Victoria CRESTON PASTOR IS GIVEN FAREWELL AND A WELL-FILLED PURSE What is the record time for the last night, and had just cleared Port Towaserui on tho final leg of her voy- Port Townsend for final clearance pap- THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the broadest and most I fundamental of tlie laws ot Nature? Why is this so? 3. What churchyard was the scene of Gray's 4. Did women ever fight as gladia- tors? i. What is the player of a flute j called? ..i. What is the first exhibition of which there is any account? ers. Ofllccrs of the company aimounc- Ud this morning that until they could receive the reports of Capt. Alwen and Capt. E. P. Bartlett, master of tbo Governor, they could not determine thi responsibility for the accident. of general Ministers, It was felt that it was ab- solutely necessary that the advisers of the Sovereign, who were respon- sible for every public act Crown, as well as for the policy they had beeu called to ad- minister, should have seats in both Houses of Parliament. The making it possible for Ministers to shift'seats aa the necessity arises, as conveyed In the Lemieux motion, may be con- strued as an elastic extension of this necessity. In referring to the Lemieux motion, the Calgary Herald considers that, while the change would bring decided advantages, the greatest of these be- ing that it would facilitate the busi- ness of Parliament, there may be the danger that this greater freedom of ANSWERS 1. The law of gravitation. 2. Because not only In its wide-geit: craiity taking the whole universe in its scope, but, in the fact that, so far as we know, it is absolutely unmodi- fied by any condition or cause what- ever All other forms of action be- tween masse? of matter vary with cir- cumstances, thu mutual action of elec- trified bodies, for example, is affected icjn jiitatiii by their relative or absolute mouon. j wcre out Wm. G. Thomas, veteran keeper at tho Point Wilson lighthouse, was al- j moat nn eye witness of the collision. Describing it. for the Associated Press over tho long distance telephone, he said: Heard the Crash "It was just this morning when 1 heard the crash. As I turned in the direction of'the sound, I saw the West with her nose rammed into (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CRESTON, BC., ffcr. A popu- lar tribute to the sterling worth of Rev. J. S. Mabood, both an and clevgyman, was paid him ou Mon- day night when he wap, tendered a citliens' farewell reception and pre- sented with n purse of ?150, by a gathferiBE that representa- tive! of every denomination and from every point in the Valley. Originally it was intended the send- off should bo confined to Anglicans only but when mention was made of a purely church affair, many citizens who appreciate the personal friend- ship of Mr. Mahood, as well as tbe efforts he has. put forth In various lend a helping hand in between ierr- ices at.patriotic and community fiiirs ot maoy sortti, besides being In demand as a speaker at board of trade banquets and Miuoulc lodge 'func- tions, and his removal from Greiton will ho regretted by a wide circle of friends. He will still.make his homo at Queen's Day, hut now ho Is giving up service here he will have to take on a couulo of additional congregations in his own parish of Kokatlee. DRUG TRAFFIC ROUSES OFFICIALS AT COAST VANCOUVER, Mar. The pre- valence of the drug evil as revealed in recent court cases, and the sou- imposed, have aroused deter- protest against tho illicit traf- FHIDAY. APK1L j. jtjjfl PICKED, UP IN PASSING TORTHB BUST M N Kitchener his purchased a, new motor street flusher for Sudbury-Coppcrcliff Street Co. have introduced P.A.Y.15, lie nan. iuin. j pi'oteSt tlgilmSt Tile llllcll. Lirti- lines of community activities suggest- jn here. Conditions urn ed a'broadening out policy that would permit them to he present at any affair that might bo well as being allowed lo show more tan- gible appreciation by contributing to the popular subscription. The fore part of the evening was .ilevoted to whist, followed by n short musical program in which Mrs. Gar- land and Messrs. Collis and Chorlton and the guest ot the e'vening partici- pated, and then came the presenta- tion speeches, Major Mallandaiue speaking on behalf of the citizens and Mr. Henry Lyne as the represcnt- Christ Church congregation. Mahood replied in felicitous ly visible about three-quarters of a terms, remarking that he had always mile away. tried to shape his life on tbe prin- "I immediately called Port Townsend of ,iojng he tliought was the Governor's starboard midships. It: alive was and tho vessels were plain-1 Rev jtr. and tried to get the coast guard cut-, right, and if there was any worrying ters Arcatia and Snohomish. Both to the declared to bo the greatest social menace of the day. In reply to charg- es that the local customs ofliuc is in- different to (ho prosecution of drug cases. Lieut. Pol. A. B. Carey, collec- tor of customs at this port, states ihn department is making a special effort to stop illicit trafficking In drugs, and that a number of employ- ees were recently discharged for lax- ity in reporting drug smuggling. indignation has been aroused over tbe alleged inconsistency of BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT LTJN'DON, Mar. statement of the The weekly Bank of England shows the following changes ------LIU uu iiuuuu LUC conseQuences thelpQumjg sterling: 1 finally got several i Worry was left to other people to' But no conditions to which matter has J iallnciles j could see the boats I struggle with. The representative ever been subjected, or under which jt wasn't more llian i wnHiormfr nf if over been observed, have been, i.atnra Hm rinvprrior sank. We it has ever been observed, have been j an the Governor sank. We found to influence its gravitation in the the slightest degree. 3. The churchyard of Stoke Pogis, where his mother was buried. 4. In the reign of Nero, well-born women appeared as combatants, was not until 200 A. D. th action can bo abused through tbe abuse of the system oE appointing senators. This danger it sees in tha tice was forbidden by edic A flautist. 6. That held by King Ahasuerus, who. according to the Book of showed in the third year ot his reign "the riches of his glorious kingdom, and the honor of his excellent ma- thrcc boats were adrift." Four From San Pedro LOS ANGELES, April of Gover- >r_________i______ _ board- ed the vessel at San Pedro when it well-born Log ANOELES, April Datants. 1( passengers Of the steamer lat the prac- wno