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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TliE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD APRIL She toeralb of Kmpress has bad to pay the price of the information I GAS EMPLOYES AT, MONTREAL HAY QUIT MUL.Y AND WEEKLY id Publlihrrl LKTKBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- COMPANY, LIMITED South, Ulhbridge W. A. Bucnanan and Managine Director Tarraiice" .TELEPHONES lurilttM- Office Office I2M GREATER CARE OVER IMMIGRATION the tebsoas of ihe war whioh tare being profited by U ihe care! j wMi-h 15 to be exercL-ed ou future im- 1 I migration. This, though one .c( the most policies ot the Domin- ion. been -hitherto ireated in a slipshod fii-hion, and, as a conse- quence, has boen root of much evil. To fill the vacant siwts ol Can- ada the eouiury has been treated as tame hugo body clamoring tor food, and to'stifle the htauger. pains there has been poured into it something lo (ill in a measure tbe vacuum without bothering much vrbctlier H vas Jiutri- live, .or oiUcnvise. In, ihe greater re-. Big Mwting Being Held Which Will Be Attended By Uth- bridge Veterans -MONTREAL, April strike that will Jeopardise tbe main sources ot Montreal's electric and gaa supplies is due lo start al 6 o'clock this alter- noon unless tho Montreal Light, Heat and Power Com- paoy recognizes the union lormeU by its employees. 0 v v v (Fwi our urn CorresiK'iulent) TABSH. Apr. W. Grathwell of the Ellison White Lycc-uui Bureau, a KOst interesting and in- spiring lecture "Getting by your hoo- at Knox church Audit Bureau of Rates: striclions to be placed on immigration, i and the combing it is to be sub- delivered, per iceeS delivered, per year mail, per year by mail, per by nail per vesr to U.S.. J2.OT LtalRft of expiry o! subscriptions ap- "Hallr on address labeL Accapt- ol papers attar li authority to continue tha sub- 5crlpllon. jected to. Ihe I'nion 'government is 16 showing itfsolf wife lo ihe situation and making most of the lessons that the war has been the The conscientious objector has been found and placed at his value, so far as good and ideal citizenship -in A SUPERINTENDENT FOR THE CITY SCHOOLS in mating provision in the estimates (or the appointment of a superintend- for the Public Schools in the city, Ihe Public ecbool Board sensed a very needed want. Owing to the financial Ifriagenoy of the times, and the con- Kquent obligatory the .experience of the war. That he is iiptTt. whole some individual to have in midst when it is a oil for Saturday evening last. Thoish ihe audience was small on account of bad wea- ther, and an off nisul. Mr. Grathwell was game and delivered his lecture- without curtailment, and with full steam on. We "will'be glad to '.tear him again under more auspicious cir- cumstances. The last of the Lyceum attractions for the season will be the. "Schubert Sextette" on Tuesday. April IJith. This wonderful musical company is spoken ot in the Methodist church as the most popular on the Lyceum course and will, without one.' of Ihe best entertainments, ever render ed in Taber. The pound bylaw against cattle run erery man who can bear arms lo flgnt on the came into force for ihe State we have discovered, and also the necessity- of not adding to hH bind. L The conscientious objector may be said to be a product of the war insofar as his existence was made prominent.- If not for the war this, existence may not hVye- been particularly noticed in the bore to the State. policy of panng. f mav.ha the office done away Now one iaat the outlook has improved the making good of Tviflt has been cur- tliled is well wkhin the program ot reconstruction. ,'Tfee necessity ot a. superintendent not imply that the teaching staff needs supervising as a consequence of tfce scfiool work being slack. The office Is as much neededjn education- there -is need oi ''a managing director in. big Business con- qernsj ind the education of tfle'youuB Very properly be classed as a very big s concern It needs a di rectiac sprit of the pervroal jTfeoard oE directors vtose ptaee 1} filled b) the members of the i Board 1 The1 principals pt. tke the -f affie a certain t of utd the whole school m which they Aftr- not. ID position the same even they hoLld do are, a matter of fact, practically cofr fined to Qwn 3 hurt no one in par- 3tit Vfieh'tn'e "crisis came, when true citizenship had to show and o erert itself, what the conscientious objector 'meant was patent. In ihe cheme of responsibility to the State le was found irandin? and worthless. The policy Of'keeping the wanting woTjhless who. in the particu- lar belief they or flee ta as a .repudiate their lawful obli- gations to tlie State which nurtures them, hare sfrown tbemeelres so to be, (Tom Ottr Ehorfeg te k a of healthy our traditionary on again, 'MnMcftr.-trlll not-allow itself to be forgotten in this cHy as the man wfip looks at the "Fighting poose- vtlfcs- a superintendent tie; me the re nettj ct 0orU of the n; fcrard reports prac- 1begln and efld there'-fTfiiere Us to bear fru't ID fbe followinc tap wb ch one of contrarr is thle r ah: m Eajponton these days, i 4a Uci the Opposi- Leclslature who condemn'- Police Cora- now bewailing r A writer IB Daily Mail jinpprtani functioas tlisre Tws can be aid lie hould of Lbe best type obtainable. .SOMETHING WRONG WlT-H THE CENSOR I it 13 true us li (hat ,a Icture film which bad an.undisturbed ot six days -in Edmtintpa jaheufd its first appearance ip. run the gauntlet ot the provincial-pa; .ice and be'seized for what 'maautborlied Mowing, there.1 Is in t .something' radically in the way things.are worked fcy. the Board that is censor to tbe pictures that are exhibited There is an inconiiitency thai Fighting Roosevelts" had career and an expensive as tlie eiperience of the tteatre maoager who had it in his bouse was concerned. It was taken Jnto custody without bati beirg nilow only to be released on the recelp 'cr a wire from the Chief Censor, an liien allowed the freedom of appear- ing before the'puttie for the next two en there areuMjre big do senous business in the (What has the1 Board ot to r'tbat the Liberal caucus.Is to be JleWI in August there will be no pi -the light in the window pays the Toronto Globe We aje not sure ibdul that. There is a short space ot darkness in August, and it will come liaody for that light even If In its short endurance it wfll only be a flick- ering ray of hope. President Ijongworth, of the local GiW.V.A., his the courage of his con- victions !n openlr denouncing the 0. B. U: and all that savors of Bolshe- vism. The men who have fought for freedom are thetbest judges of'whiu freedom and settled order mean. April Tth. No excuse now. Mr. Citi zen, for not starting tlrat Pee. NVui. of: the Tabe; and Gunners .Sanl andi Bol Krvine of the Battery, arrived Ts-ber from overseas bii Tuesday April 1st, and Pte. Leo'ri, Russell, on of the first to enlist ii) 1914; on, Mon day. April Tth. It loots good to se these seasoned veterans and in the1 pink of health. 'Veterans to Organize On. Thursday. April 10th tho- Veto: ans'pf T.aber and..surrounding districts to organiiD in the h'a ,at 7 ;pjn. sharp. Captam McKep.zie Captaia Leech. Pie. an Jutigei Jacksoh.'.all "preEent to assist'IE tion Al S b served to the velerans'and their giies by the Icdiea of Knox church in U room of the church, afte which a sodal time will be spent Deaths at.Taber Ou Mrs. J. Gourlle formerly_.Miss El Anderson, ot Sundial, passed away ;he local hospital after-a prolong lilneas resulting from blood poisonin The deceased was' a; and leaves a'-husband, a- son- 6 yea of age, her and three Bisters hor The remains-were Barons f interment. The town was lApril 1st of the "death .of ;JJrs., Pet Learnionl, formerly'Miss Emily Blac Jock. -The deceased trie home, of Mrs. FYahfc Purcell, _wS's taken, down with the sodi 'fatally 4h pneiinionla.. leaves behind her to mourn her depar- ture, her husband, Mr. Peter Learmoaf, two little and .Char- lotte, her fathevT 'George BlacklocX Kilbehenny, Ireland-i.two Adam and Archie, in Alberta, and two brothers and two sisters 'in-the' OM Country. She is the th'ird'of-her to die of the 'flu within the-past six months. Mrs. came to ir in "1911 was 32 years of age al iier death. A funeral'service was held in Knox church' QU Wednes- day afternoon, and conducted by the Rev. A. ,C. Bryan. The, body. was. then conveyed to' the'ce'metery. Lost a Finger While handling a bunch.ol-wild hors- es at the Cameron ranch J. D. Webster got his right-hand pinch ed in the loop of a rope losing the firs' joint on_ two fingers, "He is undergo- ing treatment at the Taber hospital We understand that the resignations of several of onr nursing; staff are pending, and we dq not.wonder. Th fiace is killing. It is perpetual motion raised to the nth power. An ordin ary flesh and blood cl'tiieh who wouk attempt lo follow these ladies aroun for one shift would soon fall lo enjo> ing the lot of the trying t hang on to the skirts of Vracing auto It would te suicide'. We would- sug eps lakeu by tbtf town council to auilfy lite town liy the nliuiliug out trees, Tho question of milk sup- y was and a motion passed questling the couucil io look into e matter and lo strictly supervise sanitary condition of all dairies id of tho milk sold around towti. Red Triangle Campaign 'Mr. Alexander of Lethbrldge. paid visit to Taber ou Friday lo or- diiito the community for the Red Tri- igte campaign that Is being put on .roughoul Canada, May 5th to 9th. he following aro the officers of tho aiupaign committee: Chairman, Mr, secretary, Gordon Oickson; easurer, A. J. Maynard. Death of Mrs. Hill On Sunday. April Gtli, the whole ommutiity was siiocked to learn Irs. Anule HIH, beloved wife-of Mr. ;owa'rd Hill, one of leading ICKED UP IN ASSING KOK T1IE HUSY MAS' Klcbtuond of Calgary, ts dead. government declared Way 1st a national holiday in Germany. The McWue Hat hospital Is to be enlarged: at a cost ot f C. is president of tho Slocan, B.C., board of trade. Nelson may annex ttto village of yhlrvicw. Seeding has commenced in the Peace River district. Col. McLean, of Port Hope, former warden of. Xortnumheriand and Durham, is dead. Ilev. B. B. Williams, formerly Pres- byterlan minister at Sarnia and Guelph died at. Paris, Out. D. B. Harina, president ot tie Cana- dian National railways, was in Cal- gary Wednesday. Edmonton Board of Trade is asking toward nil, one oi Tauers .eaums todntrodnce fast time liad passed ruvay after a rief illness from pneumonia following he 'flu. Tiiough a resident ot Taber or less than two rears, Mrs. Hill had oruied a large 'circle of friends to she had endeared herself by the harm of her personality and her right, wholesoius womanly qualities. in the city. Steps have been taken for the1 in corporation of Boivsmac, Man., as Morris, Man., wants tie. Dominion ler Buprenie sphere and joy, however, ia her own home where she reveal- ed herselt-not only as-asrssious queen >ut also as an ideal housekeeper. She was an earnest .Chrlsilan a member of the. Pcestyrteriaa .church and'interested'in every-. good '.inch sympathy is felt for the stricken husband and relatives. government to erect a post oftici building there. Mr. and Mrs. An son G. Cline, o Glenboro, Man., celebrated their en wedding on March 21. Lady Eaton opened the AV. C. T. U extension campaign at Toronto with cheque tor The aec'eas- bofn and brought up in Clint OP, Ont., where she was married wi'Janft'loth, 1917. She was 26 years and at her death, and is survived by her husband, and a" baby'boy, 2 weefa TaM; her parents- Mr: H: Hall D Harkness, son of Re Dr. Hnrkness, Cornwall. Ont., ha Major-Gen. J. C, McDougall, of th headquarters staff, Ottawa, is reli ing from the militia after 38 year distinguished sen-Ice. be-'conducted In "Kn-. _____ _.. Thnrsdav-at 12 ajnl Hev.-A. C. Brj'an, after which the body will he taken east for New Delight A wonderful array of music by a wonder- ful array of musical program that is so wide in its scope as to satisfy the desire for every kind 1 Victor Records i mean new delight for every Victrola ownr er, ;ar.d everyone can at least have a taste pf this splendid entertainment by visiting, our Victor gladly play. any selections upon request. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. UETHBRIDGe have under consideration schemes for Col. Todd, Chief Clerk of the Par- gest as thifey wfn cut on (he-'6 hoara.K-da proposition1, they %o on' rf strike 'to' sfccure for '10-! hour a day shift. In-'tlife meantime-let j the hospital committee pack off thci.- 'whQle'fiUH'on J, tfouWeT Bedding -occurred -when .h'ghls. But. this was .not The perplexed manager haled into court the ntltt'nionili.g ah, I relieved .of filly dollars for Ailns on the Mon- .Jiy what he was to do on the .Tuesday and -Wednesday following. Presumably he was.correctly fined for .not having'the ncceaJary permit, and .the law and the censor very generous- ly .lire him tlie, opportunity. o{ re- covering. I be amount of the fine from public. In the prict'.f of admission efnff the prisoner from the strong w of tiw police guarters. From ike Valsli, for many years a resident of .Ottawa, and for a long time superintendent of the dead letter branch of ;the. danadian Ser- vicc, died in Victoria, B.C. Re: llarvoy Harf.ot Castletonv who went overseas with the 139th (N'orth- urnberland) Battalion, lias been .ap- pointed Postmaster at of Graflon, to succeed tbe late Ernost Carswcll, whose death took placo. a few weeks ago. Xo such abundant supply or eggs, ever reached Chicago as Tuesday, 457 cases. Notwithstanding" the recortl bnukirig the' market was slightly higher than previously: Export ers were said to be quaa titles.' ick with it. One dcat'h'QCCurred road -work, each with a resident iunday. jengineer.- The rain and snowiwhich fell iamentary Library, wlio'dg siity-elght vears of the .fiftieth anniversary of .his entering the civil sen-ice liy walking Uiirty miles. Tro state of Victoria of tho Com- riionwealth ot Australia hasjoxper.dcd up to date more than JS.iOfl'.OOt) in tho purchase of land for.the Eeltlement of repatriated soldiers. A'total of acres lias been purchased. Strong protest against the poimnion government's poli9y of granting .spe- cial to immigrant .religious bodies OL conscientious o.bjectors, such as '' was commenced by the Wlunlpeg Canadian Club -Tuesday. Hon. Dinican Marshall's Shorthorn heifer Dale's for; 13100 at the Brand.on sale. .ft. G'.- Beechlng was the'.purchaser. He bought sii' others for 16300.'......... iaturday and Sunday litre spoiled roads, but made the farmers re- Considerable seeding has al- eady been done. r' About twenty people' arrived at the il.mselioal paTsonage ..reoenUy. to visit the preacher his family.; They came vyith bask'els.Juli of good hings to eat. A very time ,vas spent. 'A number ot our- townspeople, .visit- Police investigation -into the death of the' man whose body was found at the Hnmher Sunday disposes of the theory of foal play. Rev. Dr. S. Cleaver, of High Park Methodist church, Toronto, iias accept- ed an invitation to Bridge Street Me- thodist church, Belleville. Edmonton citizens are proposing ed Orion last Friday evening lessee 'the holding of a carnival this fall. The the play "The Minister's .'net "proceeds would go to the sol- Ihe town hall. The hall diers' memorial fun, the play was go'od. 'Much credit'is due those who took Death of Mist Davis BinEcarlli, 'Man., citizens have or- ganized a volunteer fire brigade, Vi'e are sorry to hear of tire-float11 JN. Draendle as chief and a company of Mfss Jennie Davis of Orion, which sixteen, occurred last Sunday S o'clock. She died from complicalions 'A troop of iBoy Scouts has been or- resulting from the 'flu. Miss-Davls gantssd at Tho Pasf with Dn IV C. ftas a member ol the Evangelical church, a beautiful ter. She had Sunday school een a [eache.r ile'Jtie and organist'' church for many years. She. will be greatly 'missed, .the being Robertson, as president and F. Kerr as secretarj'. Sergt. Dinning, of- the mounted police, will be stationed'at Bmerson Man., with two other mtmnera of the force. SUmnbtirn will also have two men. church. Arrangements are. to ship thg jremalna. to, for.Jnany vcari-MoriTcniuIni' U1.AJ- of the rural municipal ljerta --V 1 ily of 'Albert, has'placed the fconslructfon and improvement _of it; Inc parsonage, I nfa, and afterwards, when the roses iiave bloomed again, let .that any doctor- who brings :raorc than six patients. .day to the hos- pital be summarily shot. licsslc .ot Hills- burgh, Ont., Is visiting at present at the homo o! Sir. A. H.ToUon. We thought al first that It was an- other peace celebration, but It -was only the boys chivarcelng IJpb Mor- row oh his return from bis Jioneymoon. We. too, the rest of the Join -in shhwerihg Mr. Slorrow Vernon Lflroy Wegncr nnd .Miss Em- ma Gladys FJild of Pendant D'Orellle, -highways under the Good Roads act. The "council of the (own of Souris Man., and tlie municipality of Glen Ihe 1 At no period of the haTe wild duclta and geese been so prolific yiey now are in Southern fhis, it is sa'd, oetofcens a moist sea- son. The Myins may well belieTsd n. In that nature ha? an unfailing stimrt, and In (iie case ot the mfgra- Alia..' and Alfred John Wegner anrl !savd tne Miss Fanny Harriet Mathewa of EU1- of nondaome silver medals lo ev were'united tm Rev. returned man. J. Gohllng offidiaUng. "Eesldes tile family, those present to I At congregaUondl meeting the ceremony were Miss'Gin-1 CarUvright. Man n. nn stance Kjild of Pendant D'Orelllc, and saiitmous call was extended to IIov MI.SO, itcHtrice and Dorothy Cronk- John Mowar of to b 'all such. rice, Sviah-boncs, horse' shoes'' and Board of Trade hlte of Orior. and reside on ihe old i Vernon will at Pen- pastor ot t'hB Presbyterian circuit. At the tinnual convention of th Uajht ihe and made lo tor the tnition, Lelhbridg o to' do things thkt and If her thought VM (rtren a mde reralTHter (hat too Howmr, turned out, it would be tkal KHW gxplmatlon was offer- ed. H U'tardly congenial thought lor cities of Albert! ttul It a priilkged city. That Xory ia V ft K wcmW fifth towtfft, IMfie Al a mfieling of the Trade in Ktzikom beld in'ih'e court houst 'FrJlay.'April 4lh al 8 p.m., Mr ory birds Ihem aright In the dant D'Orcille, the place whore the j Southern Saskatchewan Sunday mho post oflici! was- kept for many years, association, Key. A. Wagner, Mooso -law, was elected prcsitrfcnt. Residents ot Ucllhampton, Man., a' very hcaiititiil home'.' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wegner will selection' of localities where 'there will be provision for the future. .rteferting to: fte decfskm of the Un- ion. (loTernme'nt to appoint' 3 Joint of repreientatives ot Cap- Its! and Labor to Iniulre into a scheme for the Joint control of kulijstrlo.i, the Regina leader remarks that in so hit It IB merely following in the foot- of trw JJoyd George Oovern- ojf. 90, It Ifl fio much to the ere- 4H' tt UiHon OorernmfBt in Its spirit ot not Belni! above following a good gave an interesting 'account fit the good roads' convention. held. inililalr.. more, April at which hc-wns-the local delegate. He read over and ex- plained resolution -that was. pass- ed in regard tti an "All Canadian High- way" from fllace Hay, to Cape Srotl, Vancouver Island, via. cine Hal, and the Crows Meat Pass. He also reported 'that a delegation had btfen appointed to pres? (he matter upon the provincial gov- ernment. Mr. report was favorably received, and the pro- ject of ihe National Highway heartily endorsed. A was passed al the sitne Tneollng that Superintend ,cnt 'MacKlntosh of the C.P.R.i bridge, be contra unlcaWd- yrjl'li; asked to repair and 'enlarge Tabor slock yards and also put the I'vR. garden In good shape. Another resolution was pawed approving of the Children s Shoes HhonM IMS fitted carefully, allowing enough extra in aizo for growth. This also Klvf3 heticr rcliirns In wear value liy re. licving strain. We In f'oolwetir give you the bent viluts iho markets produce for thft inoney inveitcd. Bring thu family lo m we will-look after their toot iiropcrly Ht pilces li) suit and aallsfy all. W J: NELSON Go. 620 THIRD AVE. S. SHERIOCK BUILDING ARE GOOD TIMES A single season of motoring will prove the worth oi Dominion Tires liave llie prestige oi unequalled luccm to recornmend them.' .They have Tolled the roads of erery section of every extieme of heat and cold. v They have proved, tbw supcriorily in comfort, economy and through sheer superiority; have buttt ;jp a demand for these purely Canadian-made Tires that mada "Dominion Tires" household words wiA car "DOMINION" Tirti give you a choice oi six distinct "Bo'yal Cora11 "Nobby" "CKain" "Dominion" "Grooved" DOMINION Inpar Tubes are built vrilh ewe DOMINION Tires, So when a DOMINION Tire- with DOMINION Inner Tute, you Uvt perfectly balanced and a warranty for perfect arid service. DOMINION Inner Tubes cost no, brditUry DOMINION TIRES and ACCESSORIES are distributed through DOMINION RUBBER SYSTEM anrj sol4 by the best dealers tlwoatfhowt K' ;