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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAU.I TUESDAY, APML 8, TIbe Hibfrti ULT Wf EKLY rf IMC UCTHMIMC HERALD PRINT- LIMITED k South, W. A. I aa4 Managing Director if ljo real is toil of Republican against Dtnocrat on the part of .men, with the Presidential election ot r.-cslfeut with bis fou'Keen points has laKI himself open to be re- as too idealistic, if not too squeamish, in his retard {or ene- my. But in the consideration of tUs it should be borne in mind that tte fourteen points, at the time Ihw were put forward, were in circumstances different to the present, aid wera for-1 'inulated as a basis for peace uegotU-j OMnYlQ J. K. OomM EM Ackroyd niGKED UP IN lASSlNG FOR TBE'lUMV MAN Business Wasaser j tlons. lo regard to iu the se- j queuce ot events, it may truly said the Presides I rhas now a Werk M NaUe Road Other News of Live view, and.more particularly, with that he had'died of pneumonia -while regard lo the Freedom of the 'Seas. bis-way lo his old home in iMr Donald left Uere last week ,tp after hi, ctmatry had actually visit at Ws oM Blacken. Kansas, and it was while on hit way he cent meted the Tin "and. finally AprH resre-t very much to record the death 'e" to U.S..H.M IJatei of eiFlry o! aubscriptlow aa- Httr dally on address label. Accept- ace ot papers alter eipiratton date U iir authority to continue taa THE ESSENTIALS OF i TRUE DEMOCRACY (Mayor Hardie. in -his' address at the Forum, judiciously applied the adjec- to the word democracy. This In the fact that democracy, in its lijeral "senfe, means tie rule of the people. There can be just as much aotocracy iu the rule of as il the-rule of tyrants. The power (X the people can be 'just ae misapplied In the rule that is known as democracy as iu the rule that spell? autocracy.' True' democracy, therefore, needed definition. We "have had had the rule ot the or democracy, in the Ccmnr of the French Revolution. We have fhe rule ot the people, or what tor thVrule of the people, in the BcJ- ffceyjam that is today oppressing irufr- aia But no oae cu by any stretch to the txttta aone. Senator Poiadexter cauie to Spokane the other day ra his canapaifn against the League of XatJoos. and to those rho read his oration there wae no disguising the attempt to Wood- rov Wilwn in a ridiculous light. Nor could the idea escape one that he teeiinj to play on the prejudicea of hie hearers in emphasizing national- ism as against international ism, with which he labelled the League in its relation to" the natkm. la j curuUed to its terrible ravages. He died at Arkansas City, just 'a few miles from his deatinarfou. He was travelling alone and the onjy means of identification was by which were on his persoa. 'Mr. Ferris, a Brother-in-law, left on Say urday morning :o identify and accom- pany the body back toMasrath, wbere burisl will lake place. Upon receipt ot news from Mr. Ferris, arrange- meuts for the funeral .Trill be made. .Mr. Donald leaves a wife and one child who are here in. Magtath, and the course that speech Senator 1 large circle oS friends'" here. aleo I'oindeiter said that there had teenjbrotliers alja sisters in eastern .fan But no one ition cafi these .though, thev ma; tt denocracies. for Use tevocracr ATc'Veen vreeeat tn the of aten ttrongh many an ace. We have Ae Repnblic of Plato, the New aad so on, all more iakraarr. Democracy haa b tke iTOhtion, and at no ttae baa way own paved for iu awoach- somethKE that a rational than -at be present time, owing to the Me np- keavj] and ihe.cbaige ".of .TieVpoSnt ftccaiioned But here Main .wc'are' tte'tlstonarj established in US99 a ol Xa- tions'for the pittaervation of the ueu-i trality ol Belgium and "It was all writ- ten out like this and it was signed by: England; France, and Germany." "What became of he asked. "Did it preserve peace? prevent war? Did Storing the mifieunlum? Did It change human nature? Why. four years of bloody war in the fields of Flanders is the anrwer to that." Sen- ator- PoiBdeiter niay be right on one point, tout' he is wrong on the main polbt. He forgets" that a league "of three nations is" not a league of an iune as the present League is; Leagues ot Nations in existence before lave not fulfilled their obligations. It was this belief that made the ex-Kaiser trait that hWory would rtpeot' itselt that England would not ifighl, and so led to go on with his unholy pur: poae. Had there been a League -of Trite tie ofcltpartom that the i then, 'with as the dem- iacrosioa wf United States, it is doubtful it the Hofeeniollera'wnnid have-embark- ed .oa his The njty oj> the LMgne at Nations !e accomplish that Its' formation endeavors to tiring For this Eon the aTgomesls of prejudice and selfisineas should be looked'at ask- ada. Mr. and Mrs. DonaW'haTe re- sided on the'old Fellgar farm north of town for some time, and" are favor- ably Known in Magratb Kind district. Escape. '.Mr. Smith Ackroyd with ajiain- ful accident last week, It being: little short of a miracle that he. waVnol killed. While ascfcndiug in the -main lift in the Ellison Milling Co. eleva- tor rope broke letting him down 70 feet. He clung rope but.the weight of the lift was. more thau he could hold and his fall was great. He had few nones in his foot, and ribs broken, and pleased to report It no more serious. He was taken to Lethbridfe but will be horne tonight......- Pratt Hcninger returned on Friday evening from the eastern states where he has been "in-training in a U. S. military- camp for soon time. He Is .a real Magratb boy, hay ing lived here with his parents, iMr and Mrs. J. T. lieninger, since his youth. He was among' tic- first to contract the 'flu and haa had a ions time of suffering from the'com plications. which set in. However now he Is "well and we are all glad t iBtayor and .A district aESOcia'tion, including al] the U.F.A. locals In 'the east and west federal riding, of tau been formec; ;t' lion, are now being made. K the era- discharged and to be allowed to gov bme one ot the strongest associations In the.west will result- U the citizens and businecs 'men of- Moose Jaw are Interested enough to get behind the project lit is-probable that a summer talr will be held this year, the pfobaWe dates being August 5 to S. Farnwr.s Saskatoon district particularly along the Goose Lake line where many last fall did not obtain the best of crops, are not making ac- tive preparations here for extensive Utris "tiffs-springy-''- Five sttfel Canon, Maple Cfeek. Jaw County f and filorse "arfc-Vto- be constracled as as tendefa can "be' let and con- tfactors get on Uic ground. l to carry on the work of the Boy Scouts people a mam at car- minion. This prohfbitkn but the s been regarded. V; Harold BegVe'a inlarfiew with the et-Kataer appears to be something in the oatore of interviewing Bosweli in- stead of Dr. is gofne to have an aero- plane induelry. Calgary always rneani to b- in the Ont, flight. Ive etnket In agitaters 'who, posing U ot laietr.'ar- sot of it in that ther kATe Im iManar labor, out have depended on Ikeir loBfoea, wjth the. soap boa as the anadlag board, to eara .their lirfpc.' .i The mayor was riajkt tkat tlie coMcieiiliouj cbjecWr b--> incrmied in the scheme ot a' tntttmtcncj. This may not be'.Ideal tar tbe of the subject is tut it ia true regard to true democracy. His for tbia mw were well advanced. Of course, we have the for tbe conscl- It has been said that ae oai at much right to his belief aa to af> remrlom belief. But the iipe taibafs are not in .the If the Railway Board decides in fa- ot Irae denocracy True demJ vor'bf Ijbe C.P.R. rn the matter of the __eosTeys governmenu Govern-1 continuance of fast time schedule, awat, it Edmunri Burke puts it; "by a I there are bound to he those "who rill .power out of themselves." To follow'say that tlie C.P.R. does' rule the ;Wa argument, which in these days counlry. to the conscientious obieclor. j' itbe of men should be fre-1' i: U Is true ttif tfyt Opposition; ti qneatly thwarted !n th's sense Ihe Uelayiog the seiilon. at Edmonton in reilraiati tfa as well as their.lib- the hope that the fiiidiue liquor ertles; are to be reckoned among ttheir icaudal that haa been occupying the Public Accouota Committee will be out before it is over, It has a mistaken sense ot p.ropoitlM. The more im- portant butiness or the province la fcertcg lielii irj, lo noihbg of the Barons Will Hare Clean-up Day OB of Barong Lwiv The LMethodist and Preabylerian Toted fFrom Our Own CorrMpcndentl BARONS, April town coun- cil has decided to start spring cleaning right away. On the 15th the Health Officer will make a tonr of Inspection of backyards, out. houses, aad alleys, and legal action wjii Ve.taken.'agalnst h'ouseholdefa having The herd law is also to be Farmers have been busy In the Uation of German .armanaemtF. kas at present for the Germaiui legally an academic interest, as tie dependable forces whicb'tae state and private en- terprise have been able to. raise by an increased campaign and offers.jaf good pay and bonuses to not reach the. lowest figure '.mentioned in reports as to the size of .the army to be.ailowcd by tbe peace.con- Terence according the latest advices fraai German sources, The Socialists, 'in addition, retahi their old 'objection to militarism, and are not enthusiastic about even the proposed popular military on the Swiss model. A New War? An exception to the general Social- ist attitude, howerer, is furnished by the Socialist war Noske, who has expressed the opinion that In case of an unfavorable peace. which he anticipates, the army most as quickly as possible be brought to i a state of the highest efticieacT for 1 a" new war. Should -France take Alaace-Loiraine temporarily, Noske adding he used the word "temporarily" inten- tionally, a reaction agatnai this necessarily come to eaUbHsh' a cor- rection, in which case Germany, with Its population of sixty mllltoa and the prospect of another ten million from in favor. ctmch. onion msllon of V v A. of KeDorai -who has-- just returned, "from Tororito, is hopeful Ihat' ulnffenrrlt- J. A. Boose'velt, of ,the late Thecdore died on i i transport while'-on his way home from France. Before the war he wa> in charge of the B. C. Blectric Hnes ers wni'conce'de'a'sliglll rrtaction in fire rates.'' local unions of the United Far- mers in North Okanagan'fiave fdrmecl district association, wl'-h iers at Vernon, Chappie, of Anhstrongj was telected preeldent. "'Plans for the amalgamatSon oi tlic Saskatoon Wholesales Association with tlie Canadian Manufacturers' Aesocla with headqairters .at Van ;.The parents df. the" tale Corporal Miner, whft won'the'-V.C-i .hare been given a five-roomed -home iy the city of .Chatham, Cint., anS it has been fur- nislit3 lay Ihe laughters 'of the Em- pire. Grace Presbyterian congregation at Colgaryj consented to Rev. Alex. Ks- Icr's of a call to Vancouver. The town.of Sandou, B.C., after be- ing in the receiver's hands for several .years, lias now all its debts paid and in the bank, and is applying to .the legislature to have the receiver transtefferl to.Moose and Belcher, of the to Tlie Hamburg.committee of mocratic party.. petitioned the Stewards'bf the1'Bourse .to; fitend to risht-tp.tAjIe.'eiii'aie'noorj Exchange, on, the eciuallty dt.tlie.'sereii', in poll-: tlca! and profesilonal pnnftrtts. city iave decided to see; what 'steps he taken toward over, the oldi pest, and, rtmodcl It into 1i; The council of Kenora hu agreed, lo cooperate with'the cttiiena1 com; mitlec in retention to'tha local men vrho jreturoing frc-rq overseas and 'to those -whc- have already: returned, ihat the incurred In teeeptlon W paid town, i {The legislature wai'-rbld Premier, Stewart Thursday Bight Hie irrati. lor of erecting a stilMble'memorial on the grouads of the pBrllarnetit hniM- Ings, in honor 6ft Arbertu'3 sons rest' In cnves 'overicas wall being Germas-Austria would a. great advantage in numbers over Fraoce all week. Some seeding.' has "been j tbe population of which bad done. a wife experiment on- her husband, to the extent of trying his hfir and "Is'a hiw- But as the liberties and the iMtrktiMs vary wKa tkiei aad clr- and admit of Infinite mo- dlflcatiOBS, tbty caDDOt >e settled iro- airy abstract role and nothing is to ttocass them uson jeipelise that every day of taut fffiifti cmM almost 'Mwldm brings. k tfcj rke mnclentions binri jriiifieO in resorting to strategy to cure her of These are two questions which are fully an- swered in it on the one-act comedy.whlch will be produced in connection with the Methoiiist Church Anniversary entertainment, in the Manhattan-Hall, on Easter Mon- day, April the Barons Amat-j eur Dramatic Society.; .TheVcast haa j been carefully, chosen_from the abun- j dar.l-ioral talent anil.'from the study which is "neing made of each-charao ter lo he portrayed, fhe presentation should be tt great SUCCCSR. Mrs. I. C. Qourleydied at LethbTidge last week and was buried here on Sanday. Wm. Melvin has purchased the Qulnsey ranch at Pincher Creek anii expects to move over there at an early dale. receded to about 33 million. It :s fair to reiterate that Herr Noske's hopes and views as tar aa determinable by nix weeks of study in Germany by the correspondent are not shared by his compatriots, notably Ihe Socialists. PWCE CONfUNtt he ao stateil ktt v; THE NATTOna jfkf Banal lira Poindeiler, M UM iawe of the CavMd SUM fc.aiaae. ta ailref The Teroato-Telefram coBsiders it a Itlwl oo tie dot, the faithful friend of to.fhe eirKalser as a Ia tote reepecl the Telegram is'rlfki.- At the wme time m taw of mtm atfraMnt tbe i applied to Wil- HoAimzoHera it is done to sub- anything of our canhw friewl hi Bhid. Ttis may be dw to Uw tradttion InhfrliM from Scftftam. It is a atrange thing CALGARY BULL SALE CALGARY, April of the bulls entered in the annoat show and Mle opened at Victoria, park this morrriiyg with Fome'cr the" finest stock ever cxhihitctl in Ihls part of tfce ebon- Iry. In every class there call for awards. There arc 502 balls Hsted for lite big sale which oiwni Tueeday mornrng anil Hit: -belter of this stock Is in good condUfofi. a.- ia the BT.16 is no exprea- ,_____j st to be vttk tke Leacw at Nations aa Voo4row Wll- H Ua- tf mr On CCTCT it loblta an .love and watchful care at dog. tM the contrary the word raOTt expression Mlrfi tie Old ana'lhe rteW TeMa- aneiit. Tfefn tn apology due to the tot LLOYD CEOKGE STATEMENT NOT NOW iXPICTEB April Important ient on- the work- peace i, April Cheng, 3 Chi- nese woman only 23 years' old, but already with a record ot several years' activity aa a republican leader in Cm- Tia, arrived hsre last night to attend the Mace conference. Cheng was three condemned to death in 1510 and 1517 In icorinectioti with her activities. She was formerly a student here, leaving France with the intention of making an effort to. in- crease tho friendliness ol the rela- tions between France end China. Prepare for Signing PARIS, April Dntasla, general secrelarf of the peace conference will go to today to prepare for atrfnl of. the German plenipotentiaries. It fW fcr hM ttn ;