Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE UCTllHmiHiH DAILY MEHA1.D SATURDAY, APRIL it is hard to see where there anything in the evidence to make such a fuss about. The worst tliat could be said is that there was a loose method of doinjj business iu trie Edmonton vendor's shop, bin there absolutely no evidence that Bou- dreau was securing privileges not ex- tended to others, or that be was receiv- iug government property without pay- ing for it. About the only lesson the whole- in- Tostigation has taught tuat the dif- ficulties of enforcing the liquor law are by no means easy, and that there are so many chances to arouse sos- against the government de- partments engaged in enforcing the re- gulatioas lhat, on tho whole the gov- ernment is not in an enviable posi- Altogether it Is handling the problem as well as any other govern- meat in Canada. (From Our OK April The, funeral ICKED UP IN ASSING KOK THK BUSY MAN liuy Warwick, of Warwick Brothers and Uuttc-r. Toronto, died suddenly. Win. A. Kerr. prominent Walkervllle manufacturer, is dead. II. C. labor may be sent mto Alberta for seeding. The Army Council lias decided to issue certificates to all the personnel ot the cavy. the army and Hoyal Air Force, lo Iho Indian, Colontal. Domin- ion and Egyptian forces, and members 01 recognized organizations, such as the Ked Gross Society, who have- been mentioned jlu despatches. Mayor Gray of Winnipeg, staled that the city would officially do honor to tho memory of the lute Sir Sam Steele on the occasion of the distin- guished funeral "With full mili- tary honors !u May. The bylaws of Hie Winnipeg board of trade passed at a general meeting of the membership held Wednesday af- ternoon provide that all officers of thq j board and member? ot the council. anJ burial of Mrs. John Elder took place yesterday under the supervision of BisLcn Allred. Mrs. EUor and her small infant were victims. Tlio vveti; the preseul mother has beeu ill for about siileen sub-collector, P. C. Sliaw, that lhe days from the dread disease. The -overntnent has decided to dispense tinal stage, as in nearly every fatal j services, jiud Mr. Shaw is to case, was piiEMiiuoitia. The infant liv- ut the end of Uie pre-out month. 'd onlv an hour or so after it was I The reason for tlie disiuiss.il of Offi- born. Mrs. ElSer was the mother ot six- teen children, fourteen of whom arc still living. Eight of the girls with all of the boys are ia Raymond. All the children are at home but one. Mrs. Steiner, who lives in Logan, Utah. The boys are the owners of the Elder Garage. Mrs. Elder was not an old woman, being only forty-five, and considering public. A. C. Shaw has not as yet been made Beach, preventive officer nt ;his roiut. has also rei-eived notice to resign his office- M the end ot tho month. There was also no reason given out as to this officer is discharged. Mr. Shaw has only ueen in the Blairmore office for a few mouths, having succeeded J. F. Hunter, who PROPOSAL THAT 'iSKOULD BE CONSIDERED Tne suggestion is being made among .t lhe cattle breeders of Southern Alberta 'that an annual bull sile' should be .Tield in: Letibrffge. .iugfestion "-'.is a good should be encc-urag- Right now there are some of the leading breeders in the province with- 'in a radius of 75 miles of this city, jand ia a few years when irrigation is ve have no doubt whatever ".that the principal livestock centre o! 'the south will be Leihbrldge. Heretofore the demand for breeding pre-war scale, the countries hitherto open will be able to spare for this year's harvests tons, mak- ing altogether, with the exportable surplus of old wheat. total of 24.- tons available for eiport be- fore August 1 next. He says that as the estimate of the world's net im- ports this year is tons, it follows that on August 1 neit these open exporting countries will have some eight and one-half million tons of old wheaV still available for export ta "meet'th? nonnal demand of aU the importing countries in the worli for six months, an'd a much larg- er carry-over of exportable surplus than the'world ever possessed on the corresponding date in time ol peace. Sir James Wilson argues that it wheat from the other exporting conn- Ties can soon be landed in Europe at less than 60 .shillings a qjtarter, and freight from America soon goes down to 3 shillings a quarter, then the price in'Nelr York may soon go down to below 5T shillings a quarter, and in Chicago to not much over 50 shillings, as compared irilh the pre-war price 30" shillings. If the other exporting countries find it to their interest to accept prices not much above pre-war pricesj and then- wheat reaches Eor ope at a total cost of 50 shillings, 01 less, the price at Chicago may go down to about p.m.: Big Brothers' class. p.m.: Chlneso class. 7.30 p.m.: Uvening Services. Special attention Is drawn to tin music at Knbx, Church on Sunday evening, which will Include lhe fol- lowing numbers by the choir In ad- tltllon lo solos, etc.: "Gloria In Bx- from Mozarl'n Twe'.flh Mass; "evening and Morning" (Oak- a capolla, "My Faith Looks Up to (Schnecker) with violin ohHgato. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Slock, 7th Street 1. undtr Service 31 11 a.riv Subject: "Are- Sin, Disease and Death Sunday School convenes1 nt the close of (he Sunday morning service, Evening, Testimony lilt M t fm. Che reading room u open ilnrfr tepl Sundays and hoUilays. from 3 to 5 p.m. where tho Blhln and Ized Christian Science literature t6 read, ton-owed or purchaicd. Tht' public li cordially Invited lo tend the church eervlcel, tlto visit lha readlnc room. p.m. PublFc Meetings. l Welcome Christian Chnrth Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Oor. 3rd Ave. anil SIS St. 9, Ilnnllninnl Kurities (n Iho mornlr.j! IO.SO: flihlo School. Kich one hrit Morning Snl.jrci: "Studies to Shov Thy4elf Approved of the God" Kvenlng Subject: "The Christian's Hope." 8.-15: Christian Undcavor. 1'aslor will prencli al bi.ih services.