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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta itK LETHBR'IDGE DAILY'HERALD Deralfc alberta AND WtiKLY (H( LtTHBRIDGE KIRAUD PffiNT COMPANY, Wh SttW. South, Ltthbridj. W A. Buclonin Sil Manajias iarrud to the memory of iho illustri- ous doad who Itavo laid down their lives so lhat we and posterity may live. A WORTHY PATRIOTIC SCHEME The Manitoba. Branch of the Imper- ial Daughters ol Ihe Empire is living up to tlie nauie and the inherited tra- UJlioas'of the order iu the scheme, the i principle of which was approved of il 60 PIECE BAND ISM FRIDAY; APRIL 11, 1919 'at the annual convention held in Win- [Citizens Towards TELEPHONES uipey. The .principle is that ot giving Business Manager raictJ war memorial through its education :vork. The scheme includes the following: 1252 1224 the endowment of a chair "oh lecture- r Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: Bally, delivered per week.......15 tally; per year ......Sj.iY Dilly, by mail, per year ,iuuiiui Weekly, by mall, per year ada's part in' war; Purchase of Instruments More Land Sales pU'roin Our Own CoireiwiuUnO dAHDSTOX. April 9 of Card slob's leading fnruisrs has sold uis Lo Idaho sl- ship in Canada for tl.e teaching ot history of ins Empire aud trie ppjvlil- j [jrra am] purposes removing ing of a centre' of research into the '.or, California soon-. This is our political and economic problems of I dent _ot Ihe 1-. P. tae life of tie. Empire: to place iu schools selected by iho Departments of Education1 in each province repro-1 years. UP IN KOKTHK BUSY MAN l.leut. J- A. Proctor, of Heaver ton, Om., was killed In a railway iu Euslanil. Conrad Gies. a SI- Clement's. Out., farmer, lost in a lire vrhlcu de- stroyed barns, stock and grain. Ontario Legislature amended Work- en's Conipc-ussUon Act to increase allowances to widows and iJnldrou. Hugh 1. Straug, o( Oodericli, one of the foremost educationalists In Canada, died in hi5 ISlh year. A woman -in a coufecUonery store at KUchener found a sleeping snake ductioas of the series of Canadian me- St. Mafy's river bridge and is well morial pictures commemorating Can- improved. The purchasers are Kllis n an" aciiVe citizen for many 1 ccilfil in a .stalk of bananas. His farm is just east of the Canadian shoo manufacturers decM- Weekly, by per y to proinote 1A. and John Htninger. OIlce had a very creditable baud bate! of expiry ol jubscripllOM daily on label Accdpt- uce ol papers dale U authority to coatinua icrlptiou. WILL FURNISH THE EQUILIBRIUM lib- to 'V.3 instruments in seuling the peace of the world Ihe soldiers ot Canada ,v y hare well sustained their part as a portionof machine that baKlin'g font.' In like manner the'relumed soidieri. in that part oIifTi'c the.Eapire in which Canada Uie people may look with all hopeful- j to vanning Uie victories, that be-1 long to peace 4s a balls t to uphold the scale whici ofterwi'e if left to I 'ihe'devices pho borae.its brunt, mav ill .1 Ihe children of Canada on the hfctory aud geography of the Empire. to place within tie. next five years in er- tfry school of Canada, where there are children of foreign bora parents in at- tendance, an i.O.D.B. historical lib- rary. With .the women's organizations ar such as the so though its worlj not been identically the same. Ihe Daughters ot ths Empire .have', earned au honorable place. Though 'their war work1 may- be said to tbe order do i the- couslderation'is said to be near Ihe SSiX-ICO mark. The members of the .I1. F. A. pei'lally will sincerely regret Mr. An- and we now Sore for one larger and better than ever.' Mr. Newton, has Ihe enthusiasm and tlie ability neces- sity as to make II go. and bllc hava e -after WTir work could nave, been better, devised. lngiUy gaged by, the n lo in tte "hape ot the wraog of K farther of 4 it is gtra la lie the'B- 0 "Tie body of men who aim at tiniic satire eaistnc Ibiacs aatf weeping ivto the dastheap of time the good' and the bad ot our system, iave m reality rery 'few followers among the workers. As pw! Vira.r Day and. Commemorate .t by.a.'display city, .own, and Tillage U of idea m Hen- is ..to'be .carried; ont, aa it sttaJd bo the same could be im- grrmg'each of a battle identified with the; Canadian forces engage, in. ihis .busjnesB'fpr some time further. The "Card stori. hind al' some, sixty u'iec'es Js'now' ptf ,io'_'a: good s'ar'- A big "meeting was': held' 'oh; .Monday .-o---_______ Ua .v_____-- derson's decision to remove from 'Al-jcess to the band members and con- berta. as he ha served the farmer's j gratulationi to the numerous donors! interests most faithfully.. While his brother. Ml1. Simuel An-' dei-son, removed to.Weiser. Idario, several yearj ago. his parents anil nearly all his brothers and sisters re- side in Canada. The good wishes of many friends will accompany Mr. Anderson and his good lady, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. Browii, wherever they may decide to reside in the fu- ture. Another Farm Sold Mr. John Xewby of Glenwoodville, has sold his farm near the Waterton river to the Hoyis Bros, of EwelmB. Mr. and N'ewby will reside in Cardstou for tha present, as for the last two months Mr. Newby has been dealing livestock. He sipects to Has Three Years' Service Was Soc- iety Anuiversary ft'roni Our Own MAGRATII, April The occasion of Monday last is one which the major- ity of Magrath citizens have looked forward lo for a long time, that of wel- coming home Private A: J. Mercer, after three years service overseas. Everybody, young .'and old, were al the depot and all aniious to get tha flrst look at him. .The band was pres- ent and rendered number of pieces. which, many- parents were j As prjvate Mercer stepped from the present. [train the crowd cheered heartily, he A permanent'-commillee; has beeujwas carried around so everybody Termed with Mayor. li-Bitcher 5ge him. Everyone was ani- the head, and mayor j jous to (jjm jhearty hand shake wiir act as baud com- roittee'by virtue oT his" Messrs. H- IX Folsom eJ to form an ejtvott association at to seeuw orUeri In. thirope. "Gebrge.liosi.. solieltor ot Co- balt, an au authority on commercial I loiiiin? ami municipal law. Is dead. It is slated lhal Ihe number ot deaths from influents iu Onlorlo eluco October totalled over 10.000. J. Moorehead. aged fourtevu. of Sweet's corhers, near. died of from a stye on oue of his eyes. V Maglndery.. M.P.P. for Tituls- kaming, is reprovevi by it le-aguo ot Cobalt citizens for Ijis Attitude In the Public Accounts Committee. Brant County Couiicil by a vole of t! lo 1 decided to sign :i petition favor- ing Dominion legislation for prohibi- tion throughml Canada. The city of St. Catharines was serv- ed with a summons to attend Division Court lo defend a claim for {15 dam- ages to a resident's trousers caused by a barbed wire iu front of tho lawn at'the residence of a city official. By an order-in council, the diseases typliua and malaria fevers, influenza, acute iutluenzal pneumonia, acute pri- mary have been made notifiable In 1OoUri6.'. J. >A. Giiiimette, president of the J, A. Guilnietlo Company. iJimiteJ; bank- ers and financiers, Montreal, was found guilty by Jildge Basin in courl of special sessions ot llio thefl of being money und securities of the company. Between and WOO men will bav required as farm helpers in Sask- atoon district this spring. The pro- vincial government Is cooperating wflli "Ihe railroads in an effort lo bring men west from Ontario, and it is expected the desired number will be obtained.- Approximately -will bo awarded In prizes at tho Ttcgina win- ter fair.to be held'In November. Ot Musical Education The parents have no one to blame but themselves if their children grow up with- out the knowledge of music. And children should learn devote as much care to its study as to other forms of educa- it inspires character, patience, and life's and helps home life. i The Victrola and Victor Records open a wide avenue'-of musical education' and studyvLerjus explain. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETH8RIMI this amount, will bo dislrlh- uled in Kveslock competitions, while will bo awarded for seed grain, vegetables, fruits, flowers and other small cxliKjirc. IMr'. H. .K. Caskty, who for .seven years was general, secretary of the Laymen's Missionary -Movement and left Toronto three years flgo to bu- come financial secretary of the Board of Foreign .Missions of the Presbyler- iau church, with offices In New York, has returned lo Toronto as national secretary of the'Foreign Work Depart- ment of the' Jos. :LoiV, Thos, A. Anderson- and Mark Spencer are at present the mem- bers and will act for. 1919. vigorous canvass of the. rrinst be made to pay to. the uttermost larrhiof. It looks is it tbe Allies have arranged to do this. working men do not want Ihe i-. _. There should ee no duapsointment in earti, Thev desire merely a sufficieaf, which took considerable time, sumptuous east had been prepared by the Mercer famjlivat Private Mercer's home, enjoyed a pleas- ant evening. Privata Mercer left here jearly in the war has spent most his tjme in 'the bahd. in Polsom as treasurer hand. The-fipance committee consisted of retui-i for their iabor to. enable them to live decently comfortably, to rear and educate their children as every child has the right to be raised TnHJTedncated, and to save something as 'provision against the tirae when age or infirmity may pat an end to their power to support themaelves. demands are not extravagant and if in addition they ask Uiat time be given them for. recreation thaa in and.Uiaithe co.iiditioiK'unr der which they work abatl be improved, no one can jvstly aay' that they are aspiring to the impossible or craving -for-more than bora into the irorld has'the riRDt-to expect 1, .____. I PLANTING TREES' AS WAR MEMORIALS The erecling of a war memorial has beeii wisely deferred, lo the time when all the men overteaa hare relumed-', however, another form of. prescnriDV aad perpetuatiac.the me: ol oar departed beroes whkh its simplicity aecrdv DO postpOBeinent, ftcd may well be. observed as an Janet lo greater scheme. This is fbe plaji ol ani lller- -ally keeping. Iheir rflevories greed, by tlie plulinx of trees on Arbor dedicaled to them. This is advocated by David R Hous- ton, Secretary of Agricullurc, in the United Stales, in a letter to Ihe gover- nors of Ihe dllfertlt stales. It con- tains the following passage which may well be acted on here: "We shall seek rnsoy ways to per- petuate Ihe memory ol those who made the greal sacrifice. The mem- orials will take many forms. .The of Ihose who have will be perpetuated by costly monuments inscribed on enduring tablets. Creal works lhat servrf the of peace also will doubtless be dedicated to them. s "Mjt IheK memorials can easily discover ways in u-hich we t sJsiply and pay our Ifftvte to them. We' can frcih VK Bteniory pf .whal they 'gave: ard t we fMpVtMU) their names in firn- the peace treaty to be. Messrs. W.' E. Pitcher, H. iD SheifieW, Mf. Belgium is to be the. prosecutor when the arch criminal-of-Europe comes up for trial, no mote: appropri- ate one' coalfl have been rja'ri'fil' other than the representatives of the victims of th? mrderers of the' infamous House uf JloheDzolIern. enthusiastic work. :The .band.will .conjpriss sojne sixty- one or two -boys under, the leadership of Mr. S: Nowton.. ,Thg Itown ready possesses about "What farming la SouUwfn- Alberta means, and particularly irrigated far- ming, i] denoted by the .gift of 000 made to tile .the city where he was educated, by Mr. John ItaM ot C4in. and Coaldale. atiTM ot-the.JMlies, deb r' arranging th 'Inal terms of peace, have made it so will.be given to the world at fJaste'r, 'they have chosen the appro prlate'-time for preseatiac to ;tiie orld it'i'.Buter en. The bachelor who il renovating his resrdeace bu a boonLreBdered him when it Ij announced that he Intends starting a bachelor menage. H keeps people from thinking of other reasons Thos. AnderEon. These are member of the CSsuatty. Bind in _ land. He is looking flne and says he feels goo il and is glad to get home. He is a real "Masralhite." par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mercer, wer2 ainohg'lhe llrst few families.lo settle in'Magralh and Private Mercer, bet- ler known as "Am" Is well known to everyone herel Before gofng away he was perhaps better1 known in athletic He also 'spent.some time .a.s silver instruments and these, -will go into the purchase set. th of a public school teacher. Besides his r. Jcs. Low made -a" bridge yestertfe'a'nd 'authorized to itlace tfae'order'fof'the new instru- ments so as ,to-..gSt. .here as ach' band "member will also pay on his instrument and in case of removal will be refunded some two- thirds of this payment by whoever takes his place. Thus it is planned to parents and brothers and sisters .he has a wife and threei children here, ayd of Urn home. !T. Harry James of Grassy Lake, form- erly of Magratb, also relumed on same boat We hope to see him soon, as he has many friends in Magrath. Relief Souiety Anniversary The-anniversary of'the Relief Soc- iety was held on Tuesday, April 9th, Tho regular day.for this occasion, Folspiu 430: Jos. S. Low 4M; Mayor W.'B, Pitcher 160; W. W. with a future wife In the horizon. a good way to tallt. Seal! we hare1 anotoere Ice new Glacial epoch? it a qMstlorj pro- pounded in the Toronto; What Lethbrldge' Is asking at tf.c prcscEt time Is, "Shall we have. aootb.tr. Ice >rt-Ager in the summer' that.IB corn- do this, bf adorn- IX 'wtitaed for ft foHeB waysides, oui pleMure places. And BcM at our States Arbor Day Is at tam. Thj! year we may give to thai a nMutag mere profound, a pur. more exalted, yet alto an asgo- cialtoa more persdrjal." Wlut Ihere fir here than th? grove in Henderson Park Philip Gtbbs says Canadiin ara apt to be aatioyett .when Americaa .wMiara to "We. .woB.ttht war." But what -does it matter? If It hain't been for the Canadians there couldn't hare been any War left for the Americans 'to win by the lime got Into Timea. The cry of Ihe inconsistency of an- Uioritits In action relative lo the 'flu Is over the land. Ttie Jate3t h'trini .the manager of Ihe Commun- ity Ibealre In Vulcan. In Ihe local pa- ptr lie Is thus gaoled: Mr. Meyer tliat'while he does not object to a eld's- make the band a. permanent town! 17th, was not kept organization. of the 'flu epidemic. "A large crowd The list of subscribers would be too was 'present in the afternoon and.j. lengthy to publish fully, bill the lol- splendid program- of uuslcals, iolos; lowing are. EO.me of th_e most gener-. rcadtafs, etc., .vras given. L'uncheon conlrlbutors of this pro- and in the evening a farce entitled. "When Ihe Cat's Away" was presented lo a large crowd. Those Sheffield 430; -Tlifis. A. Ahoerson taking pans were the Roy :Folsom Olar.d 515; I 3. Taylor, Feart Brown, Florence Mer- i-tler car, Lydla Watson, In.ez LoirliO; C. T. Marsden.Sr. .lohn Mertley and Maine Hindley and lbey; Co.' J25; Ernest Bencion. Afler the larce Chief Mountain Creamery S261; K. everyone enioyerl thems.olves; In danc- Cook Cenlral Garage Mark] and.ali.pronounge.it good..tine Spencer- Long' Get -S20; W.' I.i Psrional Mention J Freck J. .Rynharl Orson j Mrs. Cone enjoyed a short vlslljrpm Audsraop (i-W..-Pickup I h.er broiher Mr. Wra. VVickiiam, who Caritton; Trading S20; F. W. returning to his home in B. C. afty kins Cahnpn-Hotel the new j spending 'some, lime overseas. T manajr'er, lyi: Card r ton f The Misses nesata Chinman and Motors Ud. 3. Laura Itirie arc spending a holiday.in M. A. ttoombs i Spokane. Sc-attle and'other Graud Garage Co: .Stanley Bajier! They left last we.eX and expect John Shater J10; Leavllt sway x short time. Dr.. V. V. John S. Miss Kthel Henninger retureed Smlih Berl A. W. I lo.Masrath afler spendtnt" Jte Sjiraine Burl Bros. Spencer! lor in Utah.. House (by Manager Wheeler) Jidi] Jir. C. V. Harris reluriied on Men- Cardeton Investment Co., Ltd. i2o; day evc-nlng from Idaho, where be P.'fi. Peterson and Cuce Bros. I called owing lo the death of his >3C. To Ihe many who have He has been away about three cenlributed .smaller amounls. the weeks, gralilude of Ihe and Ui9: Mtsa Florence Miller entertained, ff community will alcn, go oui for tills1 number of her llillc friends al her -sincere effor'l to help our the front rank for band tcv.-n to home on Tuesday afternoon. Card1 time wss had ty all present. A Jolly Jltaies, he that'he la being criminated agelnsl when he la cloned down and the 5011! rooms allowed lo be.opeU In lif.< ojinlcn Ihere is no reason lo open one and ctoae another, all public places ehould bo nintle to come under iTie order. The present stale of things nullifies Ihe lloarrl's nillng lhal not more than five persons shall be ailovve'l to congrcsalo tfiyeth- MEN'S SHOES For saliafaclury re.sulls snoiild be ft at n itoii get- larger varloty ot styles, widths and: -.Ifcathtw In ttmnnif from. This'lives' :.yon morn wear value, comfort an'ii- genoral Balhfacllon. i We sncd.-ilrie tt'.. Shoo FiUliifj arid tfrls'Bertlci not 'Why nri'try suits with We ryivo wldlhs A' lenglhs S'lo 12.' V W.-J. NELSON Co. THIRD AVE. S. SHERLOCK iOILOINO TheiGoat of the Age i Fashioa-Craft "Rainburys" made for mapy. purposes from many cloths and coat water-proofed by patent process which does pot stiffen them. Fabrics always remain soft and flexible. For Rain or Sunshine always useful.' J SOLD IN M SHOPS IN CANADA. LOUIS KEEL LETHBR1DGE ALBERTA 11-19 ;