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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta l.KTllimiDGE DAILY JIKKALD She Ictbbriboe Blbcru OAiLY AND WEEKLY IM'giaus through whose i'.nd they passed, A uic-it painful sfgbt was the 'meatn of prisoners on the ;ug- ot a returning crowl of spec- i lators from 3 sports ground, lha j matcli being over; but all KXJkeJ brok- ea. starved, and ill. "Ouce in Germany :hings dlf- terant; the stops'teemed well stocked SEVERELY FEU PA IN .SS1NG K Hl'SY MAS and THf LETHBR.DGE HERALD PRINT- iu the towns, and ihe INS COMPANY, LIMITED M appeared to be ia (atrlj i Mil South, jood K fs difficult (or us to W. A. Buchanan the Hun, and He loo may are C10S- jPrwEtUnt Managing Direclot -'Busiaesi Managir j no; rightly our point ol TELEPHONES Offtca........... tiit or III Office Tiew, Our soMlors in occupation give themselves no airs vie tors iMt j my bears himself with Indifference, or 1224 i shows a desire to be frleads now that the fighting is over; officers jlsg for to end their time ia au- thority, all this ifae Hun. otswres, and takes 11 for granted that waaregofns Audit Bureau of ClrciHatfent. Dtlly, delivered, per II delivered, per year JT.50 by mail, per year J5.00 Weekly, by mail, per tl-53 Vtetlr. by Bill. year to U.S.. J2.00 Uates of esplry ot luhscrlptioas ap- pear -tally on address libel. uce of papers after expiration date ft authority to continue the iub- AMERICA AND THE LEAGUE Though the campaigning oy ofjfaniiaiMaairepreieaMajr all that la beiV in litior, educalkm and relipous circles In America. la recard to American opinion an- lisonistic to the League of XatkHn Lord Kafcert ,ifbo may be said !o oe one oi the sponsor" ot the pres- 'Jnt COTecant, has stated that Ameti- fans need not fear that their coontry might be forced into international ao- "rill ot it" Ooyera- No action could te by n-itfcont thV "consent, oj itrerr nation reprewnted on its Me-: tatrro, stales jrmii a position to veto any action which did not meet irith Its awroTal. no question at Tottac ao- br majorities. This cosaldera- lira TM aJio calculated to meet objection irtlcta had been raised tfre tu Do- recefTB'eitenire ny- h. wilj .wwiM la mcb to emre the point of Hew of would tfla coymtArr irrittCT to London TlmM by a man who, laving with the victorious Army Ihrouth, u describes it, the country devastated by of desolation snd irructlpn of DO Idea can" eon- vtyed by pen or paint, gtvn a conlrirt 'or con.lderation which may well be used In toi, country ai it wts 'in- tended lotto used in (Jreat Brllj'lo. d and -well and pleasure-Eeeking: theatres and crowded. 1 saw a procession of strikers marchinc from the electric-poirer station, they had prevented the snpply of pow- ij shops, on to the Mnnlctpal Buildings, and I listened to s'peaisn threateningl drastic ures in event of their terms not by artejj no idea of the sutfer- ot thvlr broth in France, from want of thought willing to let their ot loneliness and sad- "Tho nets liaunts my memory with horror. such as Arras, broken and bat- .-lered, the nursery of i .child who hai been playing with toy briclti, and ha. kicked over all ,be has built, K.tlered it was difficult to believe had formed of some kind. HIM I went tirwuh the occupied ter- where the fist ot the Boche hid free effort lo breathe and cruel as the of big factor- ami aiao were united (n rttam to retalH their works and from all claases, ton ami village, everywhere one raltiered evidence of the Bocte's of jnrifrlng he JuJ tilt fields now men, w'o- worked from lo see ev- and' to our men by the lo the same people and allow him to lafce up the sime place ia trade as befora iht war. On this side of the Rhine work goes on as in nor- mal times. IP, the workshops and the fields you nwn working in their grey uniforms. 'Motoring back at liight from Cologne or Bonu to Duren, with of the factories In full working swing.. Tee impression it all gave was lhat they organlied for peace aa they bad for war. H Is evident that, though 'defeated In warv they mean to make every effort to conquer us In trade. last tools me Ihe 1. to Md 1 WM struck by grMt in tie life around m. The la fair holida3r.makerSi Costly croris weu were.youns men ani permuy .oae found the people reallxiac tlw1 to build and re- the joaBM br war; here; own. lairt' H'was Scotnnan 'to. country- this it dlciire tit aa alien'agitator." MOST MOMENTOUS DOCUMENT IN THE WORLD Accordini ta present Indications there to the world week the most momentous docu- ment in its history HI the peace treaty tor the. necessary, signatures. On at tils treaty there, as hung tie future peace and secur- ity of Hit nations not only in con- tinent'of Europe, but throughout tha civilized aotf uncivilized portions of the goftw. No men have had a great- or great a, responsibility placed on them tharf those wbo have been ahtlng at Veraailles linring themonlba have after the signing of the They were practically la declaim tho desUnlss of safeguarding their fu- tures so far aa human ability la cap- able. f The repreeentartlvte of tlie Powers in the task ot profitting above meanre by the etperiences of (he war aad eeeing that the crown of vic- tory, wea'at auch WTiDgisf Merifkes and gipurtlc toil and coat, should not ttrown have teon slow in deiibentions and have accord- OtenuelTee open .to tanat of dllatortaeee. Nobody the de- all that >n their decisionj a policy of haate -would have he en rapre-' henefble. Tie representative of ihe Powers have dwelt, tho, sympathy ot all the Woolford peopla and many friends lu Cardston also in this bereavement Death of Mr. Cope Mr. aJnie-s Cope, one of our able youug farmers residing in Cardston, died on Friday from the prevailing epidemic. He was well known In ihia, vicinity and In Woolford where most of his kindred reside, as he was a cousin to all the sons of Mrs. Taos. H. Woolford Sr.. who formerly lived Mr. I ewan on Wednesday of last week Isaacs was out ol town.-Mr. Barker _ "lay reader" in the Anglican church John Shingwauk 'the old Chief of here Few of our citizens .fire'moral the Garden River Indian Reserve, is capable or more railing, whether in' Iba affairs of tie church or of the slate than this worthy gentleman. Death of Mr. Adcock Under Soldiers Return there. Mr. leasts a' and t.uro children to mourn his IMS beside a brother, Mr. Arthur who la farming at Woolford. The fuiiQra! ser- vices .were held at the Church ot England oa Saturday, afternoon. Mr. E. N. Barker, our well known and onlv of the being in.-ciarge V. have on roll in Two Methodist churches in Brock- Yllle hare decided to amalgamate. Toronto metal workers are asking Incraased wacei, and a Uhour week. John S. Troy, mayor of Newcastle, N. B.. is dead. There will likely be a general elec- tion in Prince Edward Island this year. Windier. Ont. is likely to get a modem hotel. J. A. WhUe has accepted a call to the Prwbylerian church at more. Tbos. Honeywell, former manager of the Union Bank at Lueeland, Alia-, there. A prominent Calgary girl was held up and roboed on Saturday evening. The hold-up got away. Wind carried the srcell of moonshine to the nostrils of [Calgary cops. They investigated and found an illicit still. Dr. R C. Thomas, for ten years or- ganisi of Grace Anglican church, RrantfonJ, has (Rev. J. Annesley, pastor of St. An- drew's church. Mtrrltton. has received a call to Calvin church, Hamilton. For time this season a sur- plus of eggs was reuorled in Saskatch- trade, died late Satarday eventaga a result of the inrluenia. Lfko Mr. Cope, he waa a young man with a wife and' two children and .was widely toowa throughout the district., ,The Rov. Mr. Isaacs will" conduct the services. Both young men were In the prime of life and their sudden taking off conies as a great stroke to the community here. To. their fanv iliEs and friends all citizens 'will feel to extend their sincere condolences. Mr. Ambrose Adcock, a brother, is the only near relative of the deceased .that cottMj. of wio.Is now living in School.Closed Up ''On'account of tfie several rooms of the schob: have, been disci !sit JThis morsing if was decided to the oae week.-The KsV-gchool students, however, will continue'work- Ing (preparatory, for their monthly ex- aminations which wil! be given neit weak. Seeding Operatloni ie farmers are eipecting to begin seeding operations this week. U was coM and frosty on Sunday night, how- ever, so thai until it .wands up 'some- what matters will be.delayed. Help thus Tar has been 'secured through tie free Government anploy- ment Bureau, at Lethbridge.' Locally this work is being taken care gratis by the Cardston Investment Ci, Ud. A number of the returned sold- iers are going out to the.farms Cardttcn Soldier Mr. Gerald Cahoon relumed to Cardston on Saturday evening after several years overseas. He 'enlisted with the old 13th O.M.R., and was a member of the baad when it was first organized here. He Is a son of Mr. J. C. Cahoon, the senior fnemoer. of Ca- hoon Bros., pijr la'rgesV rae'rcantile firm, and proprietors' of here. friends are glad lo welcome Gerald Cahoon once more, as ho ia widely and favorably known through- out the district. A Kill Spring Veteran Mr. B. R. Smith, of Hill Spring returned on Saturday's train. He listed ID .the 113lh from ana is now glad to gel back'to the prairies and the Quiet life. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tansef are receiving congratulations upon Ibo advent of their infant son, bom Saturday hospital. Sirs. Tanner is 'hB 1OCal daughter o and Mrs. Homer Woolf of CardslOn, and wllh her husband resides a( till! Spring where sho has been teaching in recenl years. Many friends will be pleased to know that the mother and ten pound son are both doing well, Mr. Homer Woolt celebrated the new grandson's appearance In rather a painful way. Hs assistin i the of the stow progres- in en he slipped and fell-from 'he EcaffoMlng. alighting on the edge of a box. The fall waa sufflclm to fraclure one of the-rib's and has necessitated carsfal lo- wold any serious complications. A't! last the Fifty Meaford business men have lormed a company to develop oil lands APRIL in will let tor the first j-oar, for for the third and 1127.JO (or the fourth year. Another Important Item is the city's vtitling- nm tp giro an S-liour day to all men on the force, including detectives. The board of trade has beon reortanlieJ, with R 0. Glover a? pre Meal, and B. Low u secretary- trewurer. The Jewish population of Is circulating a subscription list for funds to erect a school fur their clilt dren. Hon. Oeorso S. Henry, Minister o! Agriculture, lutnxluced a bill in the Ontario Ugistatura in provide (or the ot vrtyiu on the, basis o! tutter- content A. rxillcjr at financial bankruptcy for Roman Catholic school system of enforcing tho closing of all the separate in tha city before the ending ot the year, was intimated by S. M. Genest. chairman of tho sep. arate m- tenable financial situation of the school distrlcl. Twontr-serez hundred officers and soldiers, a majority United Slates men, who arc veterans o( war aoldlers under the British flag, re- mained penned on tha steamship Mau- retania in New York harbor Tuesday because the United Slates Immigra- tion authorities and the' British old- c'als had not agreed upon a status for these soldiers. A special cable from Paris to tlie Montreal Star announces that Mrs. Hamilton Gaull has obtained a divorce in a French court from her Imsb'and, Col. Gault, who raised the Princess Patricias regiment. divorce was brought by LieutVCoi.- Gault bc- (ore the Canadian senate..Vhicli re- (used tie. decree. It was announced by officials ot iha Manitoba wage board that a reduc- tion In tie hours of work for waitress and other female help employed in city restaurants has beeu ordered. -Many of-the restaurants had worked waitresses 60 to 70 hours z week anil some even SO hours. The return of the board limits the nnmber of hours i a day to 10 and on the week 4S. with Jne'entire day each week free..Wages ntts t be paid weekly., THE VICTROLA Will make your home attractive for your sons .and daughters. With it you can enjoy your favorite music whenever you'wish. Victrola Records bring entertainment, in- spiration, and education into the home. These marvelous records bring ihe world's greatest-artists right into, your family circle. IT IS EASY. TO OWN A VICTEOLA. INVESTIGATE OUR PLAN-PAY AS.YOU ENJOY. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDOE Euclide Jacques, for eleven terms Water Commissioner and also a form- er Alderman of Windsor, is dead. Policemen in Winnipeg are to get substantial salary- if tha recommendation of- the 'police commis- sion received at the city hall are adopt- ed. Patrolmen going on to the force D. Selman, Well Known Young Man Crop Acreage (From Our Own dorresnonaenO RAYMOND, April the little girl ot Mr. and Sirs. Wm. Reid died from the 'flu. Burial took place .Vonday. The child seens to Uave [alien ill on Friday with the above rw.ilts. The heM Mon- day afternoon at, the home nnder the direction of Bishop Alfred.' Death of Mr? Selman Another death .which .occnrreti Sun- day nhjht was that of Selman. Jlr. Selman lives on his ranch three miles south of Wilaoa Siding, but Ms parents live in Hayintrd. Two weeks :-ro .Mr. Selman begain aUIng, which oroved ;o be the 'flii: After remain- ing in ced for a -week he 'elt practically- so 'on Friday, March.. 2Sth ventured Ant to'the. atahls and groomed his hor'fts, (h'ar. seeing some geese in the field got njj gun and started for them, "int had to re- turn because of hi3. weakness and vent to'tad Irom.which hs never rose. Sir: is kniwV by moat of tlie baseball players of the nxtli towns, because of the many years he played on the Mr. .Eelman was Utah, thirty- two years AfbtrU with his parents In 1900, has been here ever sines. In Mis' he married the second daihjhter and Mn. Ed. who nqw'W in Utah. They have no of friendu and relatives who with them.. Mr. Selman's parents .'are yet alive, his faliicr is seventy-three and hli molhc-r jjje ,oir brothers anci four slstera. Three sla- ters are