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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETJI8IUDGE DAH.Y SATURDAY, APRIL 5, She Dcralb letbbcibie, Eltxru V AND WEtKLY and Publishers LETHMIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED Ml Street South, A. Buchanan Pmlaeat am! Mansjmg Director Manager Otfic. MltWial Wemlrtr Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: Dally .'ellvered per week _-U> UllT.-dellverwl'. psr year Paily, by roall. per jear year .Jl.M IT a nfl by mail, year 10 Ustes 9f eipiry p! a] daily ro address uce of papers alter expiration data to authority to continue tin ins- tcription. for A DENTAL CLINIC IN LETHBRIOGE in the fact thai there are some tor ty retarned men. as are jtven to imderstani, whose tefth rwiuire at tentlon. and who hold xickets irestrr.ent cf the sima from the milj tary aurSdriiles as something to which :the'y are it. is in the nature 'of a scandal tliat no steps have so fa been taken >lor a denial clinic here a hns been promU'ed. Relumed m from the nearby towns come Into Iveth bridge in the understanding that'th clinic Is .already established, and fin to their sorrow that they have piacei 100 much faith i" the auick action o the machine which, in the par -ticsUr use the .dental clinic, a; pears ;lo he a slow on tl ponderooa oae :-whoss wheels ire- held round, even In tbesc days of enlighten- menf, by ht'inj euta'ngteu wfUl red tape. So far as we "understand it the mat- ter. of thtdental.cKnic for ment'hefe has 'been turned over to the department of SolJiers' .Civil. Re-es1 tablishment, called in short Ihe S.C.1V, with headquarters in'Caigary.But there has been doing. Men, 'conaeqnently, have to journey to Gal- garv. The boys who have oeeu pushed -ibout. eno'ach they dle graph since Gea. Hughes' charges were This Is the letter: Canadian Corps, "1st Juno, ISIS. "My Dear Mrs. Schrain: acknovledgt! wKh grateful lhants the rectlpt of your letter of April SCth, and take considerable pride In the you addressed me Sir Md i'rlend.' 1 shouM llxs to beliti'S that the mothers of all galiani soldiers whom I have the hon- or to command truly considered me as their friend. 1 try to appreciate the rtsponsibirhy which is mine. These wuaf rasa are the best thax Canada has. and H is my desire uot only to defeat the enemy, .thus helping to hring a victorious end to the terrible war, but to save as many of the lives men as possible, for iheir wn sake, for the take of their loved nes in Canada, and for the saio of ur country. 1 realize fully that the ss of one of thess lives unnecessarily a erfat wrong. "I congratulate you on the sen-ice rendered the cause by your family, and 1 that you will not dhip- >inted in your belief that your son, who has been missing since June, 1916. If still alive. I join with you fn the rayer that peace taay soon come, lost cordially reciprocating your good Uhee. 1 am, dear Mrs. Sciirain, "Ever yours fcAIifully, "A. W. Currte." This letter was written before MOM id Cambral and shows General Cur- rle to be just what those who Know liui always estimate him to be, kind, humane officer. Tlie letter 4o the W'elland mother ipeais louder' ani more effectively than all the speeches Sam Hughes can make. It REFUSE10 REWEO.B1 MiaWer. of Labor Says Tradw Helped in War Should Remain VANCOUVER. April with distrust upon the agitation in Canada to broak away from affilia- tion with the Trades and Labor Con- gress of Canada, the minister of labor, Senator Robertson, has de- clared that tie DoriiinBon govern- ment will refuse to recognize auy nfiv body so organized as wuresent- the sentiments ot organized This was the effect of a report ade by Comrade A. P. Proctor, .W., vbo has just returned from .tawa to the meeting o! the Great ar Veterans' Association on Thurs- y night. He presented a memoran- um from the minister, reading as fol- lASSiNG Capt. T. F. BNt of the V.W.C-4. statf has returned to Canada, Edmonton may appoint a sioner ot Ollie Irwta, a conductor, A DENIAL...: THAT IS TIMELY Senator Edwards has lost no time in denying the .statement attributed l fully and bis condition Is now satisfac- tory. Two parties nave entered teatative i Coal Commissioner Armstrong will attend the conference ot miners sjid operators ot Wstrict No. 18 on Afrtl 9. for the southeast corner of Scarth the and ________otpadir el tie feed aad to place u atorr on on ot Major W. Allan CtlM, has taken lac by akoat It far The klac haV aperorad ot lA and oJ ttw talton it Prtnea ABwrt, war te saw, is -ranted as a tor a y. theatre. A para, a open Vtaxxnoi JMlt- Vio-idzotraJ Mr DavM _ _____ of TWpot tat- tn of tkair 'appohitnl oiflcer daring Twf Mtud Oil and oocn- of how le soldters had euUrsd tht situa on because the authorities refused o act. 1. asked him the attitude' of le government towards the situa- on now existing in the west, and e minisler set out in writing memorandum." use of wbat la known as "seconc pvculiar to some Scotchmen and inherited as part of the race pos sfclv in his Scotch eitraction, aa Cameron one ol his first names indi ca'les. It might eren have been un kindly Mid that the Senator had got slightly mixed In reading the draft o N'athnu in the matter of the self-determination of peoples u to their governments, with tie crue reminder that, even if he ha Hrtd Song enough to kaow.wkwt; If le: be the self-dete employed which' oujiit not to el- Itt. Ttii from mia- H. had been a mutual j that mptoytn ttrd tte wm' rt.MWtojari, and the sons of the eaiplored, had been fighting togatBtr a comnoa tnwBT. It had away raany misvnderstudiici. should In mlml.that O5 workzoan was pot'a marfilne tj high wajaj Mid good 'housing. 'Every iiipiraajsvi of the workman today would III him higher make him iiave new aspirations torawrow. lie was a con- vinced believer rn the prtnctplM of co-partnership and had put them into operation to as.grvat extent as one, CD would nrtfre' effecinl Jolft -omrtiol oorler, we congratulate him on hh a warm'time 07 the prompt leasnres be. took to eiplode wliat in Mi'.'vMit-'iiii 'proved to 'fce an -Idle taW, The and See" policy, in spile of Its diaastroits consequences, has not become obsolete In lyethbridge al teart.. LONDON', April optimistic view of the work Of the industrial con ference comprising representatives o the employers and the Unions of the Uniteit Kingdom was expressed at a joint meeting of that body held today to discuss a report mate by the com miUee of ten that had been appolntei (o make recommendations as t jualment o! the'outstanding difflcul es., Arthur Henderson, the labor leader .speaking ot the result o! taa dclib said: "We got along well; we do not ai cloale anj" whilp. S Han MacOrego'r Smith, .0 le managing commltleevof: fhe'E tneering toployftrs ie efflployfirs TIOTIO le report' immeJiately the Irade' u ons accepted it. Separate meetings of the trade u onlsts and employers wertf held his afternoon to coineMer Ihe'report, WOOL SALE IN LONDON The Peace nrunlcipalily Is now ne- gotiating for the institution of a tele- phone service between Griffin Creek and 'Peace The board of directors of the Peace River Agrjcalturil society are ing for the, forthcoming fair to held on July 17-18. The Bank of Toronto is to ooen for business atlEdmonlon, and fcas acquir- ed the premises; recently vacated the Bank of Montreal. around Strong Creek are in ihe oush getting out the sllla) joists and other material needed for erection of hall. Tie people of MoraeJ Sask., have de- cided lo'bpen 'rest'Toom for accom- modation of the farajers doing busl- ne'ss in the town, The Wynyard, Sask, board of trade has under consideration a proposition for the installation ot a sottable elec trio lighting planL The people of Wynyard. Sask., have approached the coormiastoiier to locatf a member of the .Northwest Mounted Police force at that point. North Battleford entered Inlo a new -sith Battleford for the supply of electrical power, at.fc rate of 5Vi cents per k.ir.h.. North Battleford has abandoned the ontrol of its police, by commission nd placed the force under the imme- diate control of tie city council. Levels are being taken at tbe site the new court house In Yorkton, and work of construction will be proceed- d with as soon as the weather is aVorable. ate fie deeds ot tho soldiers ot-the district ia the At M th. th. Oamaagmn A. M. XacNidMl has been appointed superintendent of the 7orirton Tnaci- dpa-l'electric tight plant and water- works department ta neceitsion to P. C. who has resigned on ac- count of ill-health. C.' L% Bridger, manager ot the Ox- bow branch ot the MenhanM' kaak of Canada, hu been transferred to posHton to has been taken over Ai H. O'Brien, of Frohisher. ft lOCaial iMMTpOfaatKHl OC River, at to i a aui.iiatetil year, aad that a flow ot WM si a depth ot Kl oil tied T. Fatria feet, a atrobf abowtag of that the jut rear had bew br oa bortag TMChlog long odds sweceseful the a diytk at hlatory of ociaiftsatioci. V.lL Doylaad to oeiJit pewMasj I Sir Hefberi Aswsa'itated to the pea sloas coauaiUM of parlinaeat tkat toe Patriotic fund had twecn etfht BUM mflrlon dbUan Thomaa Rernolds, manager of Hw'on haaa.' ftm Diaee T.M.CJL boetels ia IDW wart opaawd mea bean acebtn mil llM as ll n whita 4t is eaUmaMd 1.UMM T MOJL, fcoatel arivilegw in tfcat rfty -isVj Ipmkig of this (a a step jn which there are numerous poa- MKM silk. Sir-, Henry Dnyton's jndgmont when It Is given, CIINC> ftinrlM un. Subject: 9aadar; School at .the of tk-s Sunday morntmt School ta the Chnrch. 3.1S: Adult Dept. o( the S. S. in Chufch.. 7.15: Brigzit Singing: Brief A series HALL Fourth Kerrh HOVt AND, Mt 1M MnM ud wkera aa4 i nervi Rev. C, fatWr. Serricei lla.ni, Til-Bltn.s Merclianli BMk.of Canada will open n l.ranrli of the bank lAke Ignore. TemiKwarr have been secured, hill It la a bank building will be Immstll- slcij. _____ CHRISTIAN SCItNCE Hellevlng Ihat officers in Cal- I, O, p. f. HALL lery. may beoaMe to farwlali Snndsr serrlce at 11 services will cflromerice at Week Nlghl S p.m. I A-chart will IflastrHlve of "The Two Roads" .tft lutes." 'All In'ei needed tilt ry Dimmlre, foimd at Har- Testimony even 8 o'clock. Adjutant and Hamirton, C.O, 11 a p., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.t Snndir p.m. tit Sitnrday, S.( p.m. Public Moilngs. All Wtlaerni r. .awe. and MH tt. S, Day Behool, U.M. Con batt ftarmtft aad erwbc. THE aoo tt >X< tar. tut Ava. _ and JWWHA TVHr nMWWi CTTOaC aear akmt rlhn. A Haarry WekMW AlU ;