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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TIIE LETimnioqfc; DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL She letbbriboe Iberalb DAILY AND WEIKLY Publishers THC LCTHIR1QGC HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ttrett Soutn, LtthbriJgi W. A. Buchinai and Hanigbg Director Tomnce Business TELEPHONES Office Office chamber nritlfinle ot freedom of speech. There Is no doub'. that there are members of Parliament and of itlve Assemblies who talk too much .ad frequently for the sake of talk- ing. There are again others who only speak when the necessity arises. When they do their utterances get the respect they inaril. In the ot tha others even their own constituents cinnot help thinking that they are making frivolous waste of Tho closure In Parliament Is a very unpopular But in tho present it is the only reined? for too talkative members. It the I Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What were the Fortunate Is- lands? 1. What is the origin ot the word "Jack" In Union Jack? 3. When did the unicora become port o! tha Royal Arms! 4. When was the name United Kingdom adopted! Whit is a lovelock? When was Upper Canada Col- founded? B. lege i sessions are to be al-ioJ 1262 i. lowed to set down to rufll business In j 3. the prescribed timo. What aElmal U calirf foe "Dos Who waa Sir Rofcer ne Cover Member Audit of SubMription Ratea: OHly, delivered, per DaOj, delivered, per yenr .....7.60 by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by nail, per year......1.59 Weekly, by mill, per year to U.S. 2.09 too much tiiue In the pre- l llmirurles in Iho opecisj ot partls- j eesaltt-.s to be a i (ridlllonal weakness; witness the time consumed in the replies to the ad- drej" froiu the Throu-; and the fol- lowing debate wlier: frequently Irre'.e- Why is Turkey called the Sub- of expiry of at> tr dall; on addrtir libel. Accept- ot altar expiration data la oar authority to uriptlom. lime Porte t What is meant by the "Divine Utsbt 5. Wten was the decimal currency first Introduced Into Canada? ANSWERS 1. So called froni tha use of the P lA AICKED UP IN SS1NG rOR TIB BO.Y MAN Kitchener may police officer. hare la favor vant matter is Introduced. These aro word "breeches" in the of them-' "hrepches" IB prolonged a, they to be at one time, il is true, but the pruning hook can ha protitably applied, In saving national time, to much in present parliamentary procedure. If the women of Canada haii (heir Irish !he proper would be hearse. place (or Hearst That the tai rale is only forty odd mills should be music to the taxpay- (pianolforte inuaic. If Hat gets the power to 'niwse a rental lax Lethbridge will. 1' wtl1 be a the liat. THE COUNCIL AND THE TAX RATE' Considering the increases in (be wages of civic employees, the increas- ed dernahus of the School Board, and taking present conditions iuii> account. It can well-be said that the Commis- sioners have secured a financial achievement in keeping the tax rale j at the dimensions arrived at. To ar- rive at the mill rate, as at present; struck, required a great deal of time t and a great deal of diligent and Intel-1 llgent thought, anil we feel sure that) we are expressing the opinions of tar- payers in general when vre say that To au Irishman, In the mea- the Commisloners deserve to be cam-! 5urfc Home Rule to bo granted for plimented on the result of these. Ireland, appears to be a big Imperial The.Commissioners, .we can honest- Pm' ly say, gave the matter of the estim-' ales .the minute consideration which in times like is abundantly ne- cessary in the measuring out of expen- Adam and Eve making The French are in occupation in Germany. How tho tables have been turned since the 70's! used for "aprons." 2. The bear is so called by the Lap- landers. 3. An Imaginary character by Addi- soa, typical ot a benevolent country gentleman of the 18th century. 4. Turkey, or the Ottoman Em- pire. is so called from the French for Porta Sublima, the I-alln for "lofty gate." Constautlaople has. twelve and near one of these Is a build- ing ivlth a loity gateway. In this build- ing resides the Vizier and in the same are the offices of all the chief Minist- ers of State. From it all the Imperial edicts are Issued. 6. The notion that kings reign by divine right, quite independent of the people's wish. 6. July 1, 1S5E. I 1 Three hundred tailors of the One Union In Winnipeg have gone uu Etrike- Th8 fate the sult ditures. Thoy have thoroughly realis- ed the responsibility placed on them I and have lived up to it N'on-esscntlals eVidently been pared down in the reriew'.of the estlinates: snd might have been considered In times which may bs .regarded rapltlouB have been wisely deemed stands in the balance. cut of in t h e- financial policy The report of an aeroplane being engaged in .the bootlegging. business lo .'be. a flight 'of -fancy. Control of Apparently Oasts With Judgement of Supreme Court OTTAWA, April Canadian decision ot tho supreme court of Canada In finding this morn- ing in favor of Price Brothers, and that the. Board ot Commerce had no authority to fii prices or to an embargo on shipments ot Canadian paper, the entire control of the ntwi- print Industry, which exliled ijnca March, 1916. has to all anpearincee been completely lifted, aod the price of roll.and sheet newsprint paoer to Canadian newspapers is likely to; ad- ance. "It la .too early yet to tell what will happen, bul prices will certainly go up. As 1 understand it, Ihe control lias been lifted, and there will be nothing to hinder us in making ship- ments to the United itated George H. Miller, president of the E. B. Eddy company, this afternoon. Mr. Miller stated that with new mands being asked for by labor and the Increasing cost of material and with the price control removed, the natural result would be to advance the price of paper. The price, of newsprint' paper in rolls as set by iho Board of Com- merce early In the year was a ton to Canadian newspapers. The price of sheet newsprint was fixed at The general prevailing contract price lii Ihe United States is over a ton; away at Prescott town council i of daylight MTlni. Dr. Edward Towan pasb Harris ton, aged SO Evelyn Bertlnl ol London, Ont., fourteen, It is feared by her father, hai been kidnapped. Dr. Mlddleton vrcs elected Council lor at Cayuga, to take the place of thi Michael Casstday. jiiieut. Calgary lilfies. ns a unll, was [held In the Armories uu Tuesday llaet, when the few remaining mein- 'hers paraded for Inspection by Lieut- Col. G. it Pearkes, V. C., D. S. 0., i M.C. Rather lhan consent to tha cur- tailment of the Toronto board ol education's building program which had been agreed upon by Adiufulg- trator Pearse and representatives of the city. Chairman Noble broke a quorum of the board, and declared it adjourned. Lieut-Col. W. J. Brown. A.A.O., M. 1, retired from military sen-Ice itter SO years In the Active nilUtln, Bdinonlon needs five hundred new houses this year. That Is tho estimate placed on the city's ho'islng require- ment? by several ot the rental agen Idee, "There, Is no doubt but that we j will need that maay new houses before i, j the end of declared one agent who handles hundreds of houses aud apartments. Like everything qlee, the cost ot hired help on the farm Is going up, ac- In Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle other western poluta. cording to G. T, Thomsett. of tho Sas- katchewan bureau of labor. During Sandwich, Windsor t Amhorst- the Dast fcw with tho advent ot birj Railway passed Into the control 1 spring wealher, wages have risen ten of the Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission. Fred Fountain, Jamaican, was for the second time sentenced at Wolland to death for the murder of his wife and two children In February, 1919. J. M. Duff, 25 years manager of the Bank of Commerce, Cuclph, Is retiring. ter careful study ol this subject. Dr. Hilborn, North Battleford, returned from Speaker Objects to Reading of Bills Reported Are --1 Accorting it tfe ralrpi.n.-its present; jJrO'portldu .comes, as 'V. pleas- ant- surprise1, IQ. any- thing it was cipected to "be higher and rnot, lower. Taken :Ihlo relntlon wiili the liitle Interest taken ;BffaEro hy.Tthe ciiizens'at large, tas .has been only too manifest la the voting on money by- laws and in attendance ;fit a public civic meeting. called, a mat- ter .that impresses itself is that the- lacking of lila encouragement of in- terest made no difference to Ihe Corn- niEsioners in the consideration of the estimates. They applied Ibemselves lo the task .in a detached manner, with what we arc bound to say was a con- Kientious regard to what they had in hand, It would have been only too tempting in the case of some men to take stock of this lack of interest and thereby allow il sub-consciously to affect their financial deliberations. This .with the attitude that UIR size of. the mill rate would iiot excite tno great an Interest in that it was only whtt was expected, to be. The duty ot rendering praise where It Is due Is always a pleasant one in the functions of criticism which de- volve on the press, and we welcome With a. Canadian in-: a- position-of. great responsibility the people.-bt'Canada will'hava a' person- al interest as Chief-Secretary for; '-ErneraM Isle is'.an narrie. "Under the greenwbod-rtfeev should botokch'a'. happy, time_for .the Irish. (Bj; Canadian Press. 'OTTAWA, April; Easter recess, 'the'rh'ouse ot -comm'qns -esumed. work" today.- But proceedings iroused little interest, time was" threatened. vv'Uh'-ib'elns From. all.' that'has been divulged, certain doctors have found prescrip- tions just as healthy to their pocket's as to.Ihe patients for whom they have prescribed. Medicine HaUers, in their repre- sentatives .in the Legislature, are keen on getting the rental-tax. If they do not succeed In so doing it will not bo a .case of Hatter" but of. "Hatters m'afl." Wllh.the tilts he has had witli Mrs, McKinne'y, Attorney-General Boyle must hayp come to fealiio by now tha; there Is much truth In Iho female o the species being more deadly than tlie male. transferred'by the British to a camp near Cologne. i Railway traffic In the Essen region probably will be resumed loday. Germans Send Note PARIS, April Heir Goeppert president of the German peace dele- gation, this morning handed Premier Sllilerand a note relative to the opera' lions in the Ruhr valley and the I French occupation ot Frankfort and Darmstadt. The .note was addressed to.M, Mlllerand as: president peace conference. The German communication was at to the .translators and will considered by the council ot {ambassadors at 5 -o'clock this after- jnoon. V Although up lovthe-preBent the aU 'lled.--replUis to Mllierand's or fifteen dollars, and farmers apply- ing for help at the lieghm" office are now paying from to a month for an eight month agreement That there should bo separate schools for the Eeies among high school students Is Ihe opinion eipress ed by Dr. John A. Rose at Rceina af- ceeda him. Alexander Stewart was ________ at Toronto to three years in Kingston! penitentiary and lo one whipping with i" broad strap, for a series of daring hold-up offences. The lad Is but 16 years of age. Mrs. Violet Shepherd, .accompanied by officers of the Salvation army, appeared before Judge Leel, Mont- real, and charged her husband. Peter Shepherd, who had married her while overseas, with white slavery, I trIP to llle Pacific Coast and western i American cities. He has been making sentenced !an 'InvesflgatlOB ot the school problem TO USERS OF v VICTOR RECORDS WE oureelTM on our prompt, courteous, ser- vice. .Wa want you for a mstomsr. Over Records To From1 Mail orderi pronuJJy filled, postage prepaid. Bvefy record insured against breakage, Write for 612 page v Saskatchewan's fire loss in 1319 totalled or approximately more than In 1918, when the loss amounted to accord- Ing to statistics given by the fire com- missioner for Saskatchewan. 'The last parade of the 103rd Regl- Those Tired, Aching Feet Those pains in the knee and aching in the toss. These are all indications of Foot Troubles. With approaching Spring and Warm Wealher you will tjnd these he more correct them with ons a'. Dr. Seholl'a uiany devices for .the mechanical relief of Hie Let us do so now while the 'Weather is cpoL A properly corrected foot with a properly fitted pair-of: slioaa will give relief. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES ALL AGES W. J; NELSON CO, SHERLOCK BUILDING coupted.qut for cpmmunlcatipn foods nder TUe onsolidation of; for' sending the Jl man-cItles'haTe changes of vl lauses It Is rumored that Chief Glllespie Is to he presented'with a Ford car by the Board-of Trade, on the strict un- derstanding that ho drive the same over Fourlh Avenue, Immediately after (An aniiisirig.' earlier stage's -of" ;.Mr. Fielding asked Mr. who 'was in charge of.the bill, it whiskey- could be considered.a food.. ''No, JfpMarter' sternly in- terpb'sed, "whiskey 'is a polapn." The committeB but; none attempted further.'definition. Later in the evening surnewhat sharp '_, dlscuysjori'.? over" whether Mr. of 'LHihenJjerg; permitted to rea'd: a" poeni The liouse was again in committee, tbis time on a bill to amend'the Can- ada Shipping Act In regard to. certifi- cates of service. The deputy speaker hastily observed thai he did 'not think this cither the time or place. "Is it a poem of the Mr. Field- ing anxiously queried. assented Mr. Duff. "Then go ;Mr. Fielding sug- gested. But Mr. Dnitf did not read the lines. "I can't read any he sadly observed. "1 shall have to go on and he continued the discus sion on tho bill. The bill was reported. The house adjourned nt 11.15. the oppoiRunity as in the present jthe S'IOW lias melted, at Ihe rate of ten case. The thanks of the taxpayers are miles an hour, due to the council in the measure they have considered their Interests. The The members of the Provincial accepUble and Ihe practical way Of isiature who. voted themselves an in- ihowlng this is by an endeavor in 'their sessional Indemnities meet their tai oMisationa as prompt- 1 1'avc the argument that If their ly as possible with the consciousness worlb 51.50" flv6 rears ago that thoy might easily heavier. have been RUSHING THE BUSINESS The Edmonton Journal considers they are at least worth the eame to- day according to what money can buy these day i, that tcu much time is wasted in the Provincial legislature in the early part of the session ovor mailers of Importance to the Province and. in a consequence, business ul real importance has to be rushetl towards iho end. There la a great deal of truth In what Iho Edmonton paper But how does It propose ID rein- the existing stale of things? There is much of Ihe human weak- ness In members of Many ot them come to the. session to their duties with a burning desire to earn their indemnities by lotting their constituents know that at they are doing roraethirtg In making their .voices heard In the leg- islative ballt. They pny little regard to the fact that it be often a voice and nothing rnora. To curtail the ver- bosity of tho member wbo to sense's tils responsibility to hla constituency would entail loud uproar against autocratic- acllrm in a democratic With Ihe expected raise in the price of coal, which may follow the raise of wages given the anthracite miners In tho Slates, with tho possibility of its being adopted in Alberta, (ho heal over the high cost of living will be eddod tn through tho natural process of fuel. It Is to ba Inion-ed that the remark made at the TJoard of Tratlo luncheon over absence of Mayor H.irdlc, that he "must be frightened at the Board was that he "rent with fear" over the reception he would over tio rcnlal (ai pro posal. Ger- a? (Continued from Front Page.) lhal our French friends .will receive' the fullest and heartiest "of -support from their British comrades in arms." Tho Times, says it.notices with ci- ireme wonder gtalomenls from -Wash- ington and Rome that; 'tho British, American and Italian governments aro standing aside and .that they hart no ob.lectiou to the German adVaiicc.-iTO- Ihe troopBwere 10 be.withdrawn when order was restored. 'Wo do not fcnow vhat may ur rr.ay not Have de- tho Times Rays, "and 1 -Lbrj d o the) -oc ciipt- (pa of rwliely: dis- 'the newspaper saya, "and TTH np'i.dbiiht the 'gen- by'Hparl lament! The have an' early. opporWhltyto-estsbjIiS-lts good faith.1 On April 10 the protocol- o'f August t9, 1010, expires by its the Germans must withdra-F 'aU troops' whatsoever from -zone.ei- idridlrig 50 kilometres: eastward-from the right bank otthe RhfneV the-obligation to'-wliich.-Premler Mll- lerand referred to in-his letter to the German charge d'affaires, -t "It Is further hoped that the interallied cooIroUcommission wjll resume with greatefitvlgor the work .'''5F interrupted by ihe Kepji'.re'rolt, "Jspec- ia'lly-regarding dlsartnament and the delivery of war'- material.1 Officers with the occupatlon-toTces have found considerable quantities'of'war mater- ial la Darmstadt" Interrupted Negotlatlona Entry of German gbVernrnent troops into the Ruhr district'inteitupted ten- tative negotiations for an economic understanding- between; France and Germany and In authoritative circles here -.there Is a conviction II :-was. planned-for'that purpose.; .In the course of the conversations on the subject Germany asted France what would be necessary as a basis' for auch an understanding. The reply was that the terms of the Versailles treaty must bo executed, persons guil- ty ot aggressions against allied offic- ers In Germany must bo punished, the Oerman army roust be demobilized and war material must be destroyed. It is theory here lhat the, military party in Germany, confronted with these conditions, preferred to take radical action. German officials had shown appreciation of the progress made. Ml It Suddenly, developed that Wlhclm JIayer yon Kaufbeuren, .Gerr. man charge d'affaires here, was being domlrfated by.- Dr.-Qopppert, 'head of. the German peace; commission. Dr. Mayer has not' visited' the foreign of- fko lime aU exchanges have been'.conducted' Dr. Oneppert. Oerraan resulir forcon entered the Ruhr valley during th'sTEaslor holldayn flavors (ike the pyramids of Because tHey are ions-lasting. great being thai, unhappily, America Is rovcriinx jit Is pointed out, .when Premier Lloyd Oenrge ami Eafi Ciirzon, Brlllsh sfr- and more [o tier-aid of Irdallon, until at rate. arc ever. Hut In Iho el'.c- retary of state for foreign affftlrfi, were away frohi home, and It waj menl of the [reatv there can lie no I Impossible for France (o communicate (.turning a tide, for K-igland from her ally." Troops irv Esiefl BERLIN', April Advance troops of the relchswehr and Socialist troops entered Ihe suburbs Tues- ilny afternoon. .Another delachmenl occupied Ihe Ksscn town hall last ev- ening. (An AsswUted Press dispatch from Kssen by way ot Paris, received ST. KITTS FIREMEN QUIT ST. CATH.A.mNBS, Ont.. April 7 Tuomtay aflurnmjn. penetration of announced the relchswehr forces from Iwo st'les of [he Long columns uf the Red army, in niotnr lorries nml (jri fnot, passer! Ihnitigh Klberfflil on Tuesday. Moat firpman on tho local brigade, of thrim stirrenik-TOJ ihdir arms-at except' the chief and assistant chief. yesterday tendered Ms resignation to take effect on Thursday at noon. This was the outcome of demand for an advance of 25 per cenl. In (heir pay and Ihe U. cily council's K.lbfrfcltl, Others .marched rnlo the cjrcupliMl to Kollngcn, where ihcy were rllsarmed by (tie Brit- ish, Insurgent hanila, still arm- ed, are wtimlcrlnit about tho moun Five mindreJ ut with her allies regarding the situa- tion. A similar Mato of affairs ex- Istcd late In 19U, when Presi- dent Polncaro and the French foreign minister wore absent. from France. and Germany and Austria began ag- gressions which began the world war. And WRIGLEYS is a beneficial as well as a treat.', It helps appetite and keeps teeth clean and breath' sweet, atos thirst. CHEW IT AFTER EUERY i EXCHANGE RATES NEW YOIIK, April ex- chan'go rates declined In Initial trans- actions torlay, in, contrast to the strength shown when (he present f'ranco-Oerman 'situation began lo de- velop. Lire checiues ma'do- a new .low record at for the; dollar, and franc chokies a now low for (he cur- rent movement at 15.27 I'j the dollar. Hills tin London, which'were above four dollars early In the week, alsfj declined. Demand sterling opened at (3.97Vi. Canadian dollars were quot- ed at SI.75 ccnte. Marks were 1.56 cacti, ;