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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIE LETUBRIDGB DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2, 1S19 >eraU> alberta MULV AMD WCEKLY JTME LETHMIOGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED ttk StrMt South, W. A. and Managlns Director late Buiieat Manaisr TELEPHONES r A-jdit Bureau of Subacrfptlon FUtw: Dally, delivered, per year D.IJ7, by mail, per year ......J5 by null, per year by per year to UatM of expiry ol subscriptions ap- dally on address Accept lact of papers after eiplratloa data la Mr authority to continue sab- icrlptkn. i THE DISCORD OF THE CLOCKS In tie ot Lju'put. maiie.fim "ous by Dean Swift in Tm existed two classes of In the Big-Eodianj and the Lit tle-EDflimM. In LetHrridge todat Here exists something of the sanu dlstlnctloE. those who are morini with Ox tiroes, that ta set Hi C P R clocks iad thoee wno are moving br Oat aei by tne domwli and the Post Office clock. In Uifr re- sult thew. is conaidersbel confuaior. and dtotocatlon aad it la only tlroel to si) that nobody knowa exactly Do to govern nts Jn thf in ou Issue of Tuesday there .were soms.ei pcrteaces related .of who were caught between two and certain while tain dty merchants softend loss o wkat might Jcefilable the afabeat arraagcm 1 to be a r tjpes 'afeaawhile J eSv an marking time. ;_ad m r th decehm of the C akould __ aware i? en n th that country to Itiat lawful ylace which had been denl'tU ii. This al ihe time xv as t Tbe re wo uld h axe beea uo quarrel with it even loOay. it ihe siiirit that engineered -it fcsd COD- ued and if the- actors in the d not cbauged places, or had not en made 10 change places, with e present- element Hiat stands for' vlchovlsm in Russia. Irft us face the facts which are his- lcAl and iridlsputable'. The n of -.March. 1917 In Russia tjy a counter revolution won alnst the- liberators and laid the ones for the edifice of Bolshevism today. The liberties won by volutiooists of 3917 were destroyed tbe revolutionists who, in the year 19. hold sway in Russli. la the caso the government by the late Czar nd the present government ot Rua- a, an Amurath has succeeded an murath. the latter only a worse typo the It is distinctly a of where "mj" father scourged ou whips but I will scourse you Hh A British. unionist who 'recetat- arriTcfl in England from Petrograd, 3 reported in the "Daily de- .ired that the starring: and dtsillu- oned worknieii of Petrograd loathe he- Bolshevist rule and long for Bri- sh jntervention. And as to the peas- nts. it is true that those of them who re near bit estates have seized and LMVCS Wife and Small Was the Cause ided up themselves the land intentorv- of these, estates. But oring last NoVflBDber alone were n Tmrioua parts of Bolshevist Itussii ifty-seven peasant rifings whicb. were suppressed by the Red Array. Very too, is the attitude of the, sailors who fof.a.long time were UK. most loyal supporters ol (From Our Own KAYMQND. Mar. saildest that has happened in Raymond in a Ions time is Iho death ot Mr. Isaac Lybbert from 'flu on Saturday morntng. .Mr. Lybbcrt leaves a wife and seven small children, the oldest being about fourteen. Mr. Lybbert was a native of Utah, be- ing born and reared there but came to Canada four yeure wi'.h his fam- ily and tboso of two of his brothers who also have large families. Mr. -L-yl) bert industrious and dolnj pretty well in this country until las1 year when ill luck struck him. He with some of his brothers bought a place north oE 'Magrath and. seeded1 it most ly (o flax, but the crop -provad a fall Ihen he started to work single handed. Ihe past month or so he was working for Mr. .J. F. Henlnger jr., south of Conrad, but hearing tha his and family were striken with the 'flu he camo riufse Uiem contracted 'Jie disease and died with in a week. Those who knew Mr. Lybbert fo him to be honest and zealous, aUvay anxious and willing to help his neigh bors friends. Tbe whole com munity extend Its heartfelt svrnpathie (o the bereaTed. Besides his faniil he isaves five brothers, his parents he -BoIsheVists. When last December British rshlps entered the GuU of Frqiand of the Rnssian suh- marifaes orit and sink them. Tae sailors lield a meat- and passed a resolution declaring and a host of friends to nlourn hi The futeral took pbce in tbe ope air Sunday afternoon on the PICKED UP IN 1ASSING FOK THK The Royal bank has opened a ranch at 3uih camps east ot Port Arthur are ijiMly "breaking up. The St. will lie clear of .je and optu to navigation before the middle ot next week. H H Reynolds has been appointed sukagent of Dominion lintis al Qrott- ard. Steps are being taken for incoVpor- tion ot the Grande Prairie board ol rade. j.1 F. Pardee, MiP., Saruia. deniea .eport that he was to become leader of Ihe Liberal party in Ontario. Quebec City wants three million dol tars ol the province's share in the housing scheme. John J. Beck, superintendent of the Unlou station at Toronto, for 13 years is dead. Rev. F. J. Anderson, Methodiit min Ister at Point Anne, near Bellevllla died from pneumonia. Major (Hcv.) H. A. Frost, lias bee: asked to become pastor of Grace M that had 5onie_inAto his hte for -o _-. ._ a _A that ther would pol 50 firstly having had as a. misjionari corapan or C.P.R. cay be forced to give way, do not to fix the city to the rail- way time, ID that in 90 doing they may hare to go back again to itandard time, --This may lay them open to adopting a recently notorious Rnne- gan policy that in the viivum stinces would hardlv apply i--inf dial if what they'surrolsa would fol- low Uiey would hot M changing their own perforce, hare to fo! low the chaose, forced on the ralnJs o! othen. Wik4, at Ihe aaylnj goes, Is another pair of ahoef. anyhow it was impossibile to sink Bri- secondly, because the British, if'they came, would .restore That the Red Array ij strong is a dangerous iilotkm. The-nncleas of the and awrcen- anet, are trust worth and are used for' enforcing drscipline. But tbe so- luQllUswi coasfMtHf of peasants ?bro-. by tke methods of', the' are dietnnted .by the Briabertat leaden that they m onljr tirvn amaB wtjn they the front Tha troopa are cotmnaanted by al tte srmy who com- pelled to serve nnier pain ot and irhose are liBble to atot if desert. Many general! of the old arrnj are serving for pnrf of their own, quke distiuct from those of the Bolshevists. .General Pof- firott, for: lastahce, retenUy surrend- Kotehak's troops. near Perm with whole ot his army, and th? of Bolshevist troops ion a th iir. James S._Anderson was" another speaker and 'showed -implicttlT we, trust in the YntnreV and' what the KerG- after brinss taAhoae; who live as' >lr. lived.- Mr L. Ix Pack spoke briefly of his and dealings with Vne deceased. (hoy are assured a price pesos 60 centavos, which is equivalent to JU9 American. The daily wages of laborers In have been at 30 crowns tor men, 25 for women aad 20 for ehll- (The normal exchange value ot ,8 crown is 20 centsf. Thousands ol lawyers, small busiuessmen and old- are out of employment as a re-1 nit ot the revolution and are apply- j C for work as common laborers. Aldermen and city hall officials of' (gina, who visited Calgary and Ed- monton to Investigate Iho merits of ae-mau street car operation, have; 'ported favorably to the council, and has: practically been decided to sub- mit a bylaw to secure the assent ratepayers to this form ot opera- .OB. Swift Current Is to be headquarters ir a division of the reorganized loyal Northwest Mounted Police orce. The detachment will be In i barge ot Staff-Sergeant Baxter, in I ifflcer well and favorably known In hat section, where he had served with he mounties for several years previ- ius to going.overseas. Considerable interest is being manl- ested throughout the district over he exposure of S. M. Duyzers by the Presbytery of Swift Current at Hi session. Since 1916 Duyzers las held Presbyterian pastoratef at Forres and Webb, and at each place suspicion developed as to the ilnlster's bona fides. Word was received in London of death in Yonkers, N.Y., ot Joseph Host, eldest son of. Ihe late John Holt, for- merly of London, who also, died quite recently." Joseph Holt had been pro- minently identified with big businesses n New York and wag rated a million' aire. now. His body was brought to Liick- Ont., for burial. Decena' i returned Frank Knapp Farm Goes-to Idaho n the Ukraine now are General Klem- boviky, formerly Commander of the1 Vorthera Cetera! Cntor. 'pnnertr Commander of the Eighth Army At >va Hole is register "ed H. S. Beiles, or the" Twin Really He -hay'been His posing of several tracts in the Coal dale 'irrigated district. to ..fercperg Idaho. 30W been bought this year at the'price and per acre and. erery bit, of memorial. The allegorical.figure of Columb! repre en tin? the United States is supplant thai of 'Germa'nia and clas the hand of Britannia in the decor tions office Downing street.' Bodolphe Pnmeau 16 was fata! shot while.'targefjshootiiis with h two brothers at Quebec was shot'by his soldief who was at the time showing him how to maaipatate a fire annv An F M1 Sannders, forme' manager ot the Commerce at Calgary Ireasurer ot Canada Life Associ- ation, was elected president ot. the Do- minion Mortgage anOjInvestment Cora- ls at its convention in Toronto The following-results are for the SI rman fur season just ended In the Omsk exuurre. kins 10 000 skins eacfl of tox nnd l.OM ermine and of hare. Mi- M O Ramsland or announces that she will be a candi date to fill tbe uneipted term of her husbandy wfio Jlcd J recently from pneumonia as member of the cial legislature from the Pelly const! tuency. H'. G. S. Rose ot Moose Jaw; found In the police( court last week of attempted vicious 'offenses against two young children, was sentenced to An important addition to cement producers in Canada Is indicated in the incorporation-by a Montreal law- yer, John MacKaughton, of the Mont- real Portland Cement Company, Lim- ited The new company will-have a capital of and it will manu- facture cement for the big after-the- war trade by a new and secret process. Us factory .will be located near Mont- real. Character The customer's interest is our first consideration. We put character into tlie pianos we make and sell. Our salespeople are trained to put character into, the way they sell. No undue urgency to buy, no selling any questionable instruments, so long as to sell; nb hiding the; truth as to durability and construction. Good wJ! ud good trade are turcjto foflow. ttu sort of method. We are leu concerned about making ou business bigger than about it better. BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH ST. 5., LETHBRIDCE. The municipal council of Mons gave order received at the Winnipeg .head- an official reception to Gen. Loomis, Qujrteri ot the National system order- officer commanding the 3rd Canadian ing all work of relelterinj the cars of division, which formed part of the the old C N R end substituting the Na army which' liberated Mons on. No- tional to cease The order to begin vember 11. The general was i preient j this change was only put effect ed by the town "a beautiful flag, I two weeks ago, and the shop men have ou which in addition to symbols asso- ciated with the Canadian .army, were inscribed names of famous towns soldiers had particu- larly distinguished themselves. Railway circles of the west are in been busy since then redressing the can, locomotlvea and stations. The order waa signed by 8. J. Hanger ford. Sir Frederick Stupart .told the Royal Astronomy Society at Toronto that it may be possible, abort) y to .forecast a quandary over the' meaning of an weather1 for a whole whiter I CANNOT BE EXTENUATED __ It It evMtnt from (what crops up occasionally taat tnere are who from raaaoorag from to not selves etl endearor to others TWa frcqaeirUy otherwise is -i at bllmf leading tin !bliad. Agaia the particular argumect aruK3 from sheer ignorance of what Ii argued about, or worse Uian that rro4 the little knowledge a aaagerous Is anoftff in lierapboMlas of craedt, ani that Ii (In attitude of en- (criog the of.lgaoraace irhera it It felt that'll would, be: folly to M wise Thus nay be rananM up thnte irho are present own city; and endeavor to extenuate lo upMfe BoMeYMi It Is Irw, means the ot amjotltr. But whatever ol Trrin Is attacctd to the (trawi'Veglns aW eikri so hrr as BoMeTisii 'foan, art that h OV plart tat nMdal today rampant in ------1 witck acts m giMe, phil to taose wbo ea to beWer up Ha am Its din ____. To sar tkat tie re I rf tba tbe BoKh com as tnm Ratrlaa are ei tatt taaf tke erii oaly good u fitte from Inal nabappy cotintr ____from the ignorance of prove facts, fathered by Ih for a misbegotten canse revolution of March Ihf late Czar vas deposed waa kallcit Kf (he rise of rteniocracy i The lawyerljn the city have com? to lie conclusion that, now that It lis definitely proved that the his fanlly are dead, all previous evi- dence to tflfl contrary is null and void. Tfcete were many who made April" foots yesterday. This not on of tbe day but of the clocks. Unfess soinetliing is done soon to get the railway and the city clocks work- ing totwfcer Ajrril Fools' Day will have coma, to stay. i Oevataas ire protesting against an'Vaatiav4xf peace" Now" Hiat1 the boot Is on the other leg the Huns are to realize what a dictated means. The qualifications In to: peace would have cut no :e -wlln the present vanquished. If hey were the upper dog it would have seen "Woe. to the In the of barbarians their, prede- AUU fiiu yei auie UIL ui .------o -y- raw land there is under'the plow Only two veara In the; penitentiary.ana. 10 ashes hy Magistrate Lemon. Mayor William Thompson his flled sul for ?'t.O 000 damages Bertram M. Winston and George Hal! last week F. lion to XT! per acre. .T gated farm Knapp, sold his halt sec- dine of" Idaho., for', ?110 fe farmera-who have irri- in the cesium- pa_rU of the U. S. are' selling the same from 1300 to an acre and are investing In Alberta irrigated land. They find the. investment 'iciim Tried to. Protect Him' _ __' i April Dntkl an'Austrian t'kralnlan, 45 years old was shot rtree limes nnd died IB (at General Hospital here .late last night A and fellorw.-countTyrrian o the murdered man, In the hospital, suffering frtim a1 blow n the head from a whiskey Iwftle. it Is saW 'Illtiilybiira iras aijatillt and robbed of and In trying 'I project him, Diitki killed.r Th affair occurred In the foreign of the clly. four weeks ending March 28 were, re spcclively, !ci2, nnil 65i. Porter officers Sweitier suit of published sfatemenls m majoraltr campaign U May or Thomp on s Democratic opponenL Three mas1-0d rieifjwbo broke inti tne Arrerican BrasaS-cOmpany plant Kenoa.ii "Vfh Sunday night and late shot end killed Tony Pjngatore, a po liccman, who was at the garage whei the bandits stopped