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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHHWlKiE DAH.Y HEHALH MONDAY. APRIL II, 1919 Decalfc Blbertt ftAILV AND WEEKLY and LtTKBRItWE HERALO PRINT- INC COMPANY, LIMITED Strut South, W A- Buchanan fwldtn' and Managing Director so far as our. representatives at KU-1 monlon weigh their responsibilities to the public -Jrith their seeWus to gala political and part) lat- ter lips tne scale. lu this vanluular' caso lite guill retts on the opposition who have flared role which certilu- j ly Jt-fs not redound to their credit, j Like hungry dogs alter it bone the membtrs o? tbe seized on Jttie BouJieau else to misty their cnvtegi for crealli-s mess. JTlH'y less iu love, as tneir pr> icetdings showed, to expose, as R .Slill More Comiru: from Regin Municipality Opens Town Officf iu Kelficld. Sask. It lias as its oli- ject the building ot a larse jmbllc hall. Haymoud Quintan, y. (ive-year-oM boy, was kuocXtJ down aud fut about the head liy a motor car ut Sastutoou on April 5. j customs returns at Moose Jaw (or 11 A new general store te 10 bo year March ?1 were i at Norway, as compared with ICKllP. ASS1NG i: KOK TBK IUISY MAS Torrance corruption, but more In TtiePHONES Orfio Orftc. 1224 r'Aiitft lurciu of Subscription delivered 'dtliTered, per ......li.JJ by MaU.W yw ia U.S..U-M Ifctw expiry ol lubwrJpItoM 'any advantage an-I [to the (lOvernnient in wrong.- The straight party T'ie attempt to bring in a-uituoxity >eport shoTCKl this. Whatever personal blame was attached'to tbe member lor St. Albert was sought to be folsled on tho Government and Government (ore- MACliGOD. April munici- pality of.Brisht have now'sot down to working order ;md opened their of- fice in Macleod. Just of tlie Hud- son's Bay Co. store. H. Urisht Is the smiling, pleas-inl secretary. Mr- Uribut Is tue oMcsl councillor for this district. White we were unorganized he was a worker in the interest of the farmer and is tortay representing their The Salvation Army is opt'uins citadel yt I'rairie. for tho previous year. A local coaiiultteo ot Wynyiud, Sask.. is.approaching Iho post oltico detachment jft the is department 4.1 Ottawa to establish a tree nsni (delivery In that district. to be stationed ai (Jraiide Prairie. A marine railway and wharf is pro- posej to be built at Harbor. The s: of KdUlDI John Sidney, of Cutknito, Susk.. uriy iUa .homo tiloug tllo .river road from Uattletord, was trail safety and health commtttee about a mile frcm his borne. anon liavo unilcr consideration, i ttio appointment ot ivomcn iwlice. on t trpintloa atfiwitr to icrfrfioa. flEFERENOUMS ON j Tie-referendnm in the province ot ebec has n-snlteil in a role and in o! light The result not fc to prohibition wmM-tnd beer. fce ssfflclently flue Viur in .vhloh Is held la that scmethlnt jn the.siape ot a kerrinf introduced Into the iiwuf JB the of an to was girBn nndue prVjmrntncet that pro- tlbhioii iBtroduced by the Methodists for-httiini at the Ro- church. This, at best, fmr-telcacd err. and 1 the emphasis placed on it by the antl-pro- gave --tie that toial prohibition on Ha entire merit not ufe to be left for derision to the electorate large. is to.be ed on its defence.. In the was set, ove from the evidence could not have been other- wile than it was, the Oppositiw can lave no dlsappoyitcjaat. To evidence in. thejtiattor of :he iigoof purchase. the-decjEwn htns- M'oa'tba testlniony'oi that ot Webster and-M. >JI. Downey. The foraiir produced'the Uoroinlon Druj Umlted (Bouireau's l-ompany', cheque ot November 7tbr siren in pay- ment of the his oath joit the ith. 'Downey.' who' was in abso Iuta; to "Bguareaiu. _inil who had only been fsw days in the shop. Uui lie wal (or credit. Sir.-Webster' was in ol two menvmay be regarded the ict "was plli >owney. But this is no reason -why IB Opposition should have better roundi for its "belief thin the Govern- .ent had. The above disposes ot the main ron- eution in'lhs Boudreau case. The. Interests in oil that pertains to the i K mrty played at the eipense it public not interested In politlca Jockeying. n this Bright district. Their first by- aw was one to vote (or and it was 'found .necessary, But Mr, Hrigiu thinks only a portion ihis will be used. .They are now- busy cc gopher destruction, and have a list of prizes to give the girls'snd boys for tbe largest number of these pests lhat are destroyed, The streugth ol the H. N. W. Jt P. Is gradually being increased at Mac- leod. All things, are now in readiness for ihe bunch of .meu when they ar- rive from Regina. _ _ At one of the'auctiun.'sales this week time was advertised lor part of the stock, ar a small for cash. At the'close of'the sale all were paid for but one animal, an in- dication of the standing of the dis- trict. Askew, a farmer-living south of Macleod tor some out ago and moved lo D. C., taking a smal] fruit farm, but one shojt year was sufficient for hlai in-the .fruit msiness, autl this week he -arrived >ack with his family and.all belong- njs, and bought a larm "within. sight of the one he sold..and is now ruppy to he backrm zAlberta. That early Ifgal chickens are ex- pensive was the experience of one of Macleod's citizens this week, when after paying a large iirice. for eggs, watching patiently .for- I ,__ appearance, to have 'thV jile'ascre of feeding them for two tnen irrcnt, 'ias tendered, estalilisliment of a union hospital Muoso Jaw. The Wyuyird Advance hr.s changed! "The njral school-districts-around hands li. is succeeded -by Eyebrow, appointed a com Oddsson Slsurdson as publishers. mittee to consiltr.lliD.advaulaECS, of consolidation..to be.presented to tho E. Whitchouse. inistor of ratepayers In; the'near future. Union church at Uryden, Onl., has re- A new C.X.Ii. water tank, wiUi a capacity, of SO.OOfl Is built at Kainy jliver. Convocation exercises were held at Knox College .Toronto, last Wednes- day. lias expended ase of lami for 1 soldiers. Victoria. 'Australia, li the Efjttlenie'nf .'Reduction pf-ficean rates from U.S. ports to South .America is not likely, rays an official report. The French battleship Mirabeau vhich went aground in a storm in the Black Sea, lias; besa'floated. Ten thousand rioters a( Telsnu. ilarichuria, were fired on by 'Japanese troops, who killed thirty ot them. to have a neighbor's do? com.i jr. iin'd kill all of-them, was very discburag- ins to say the that .was nol what tha" City Solicitor 'Down, of Ediuonton says tbe counclMids 'power make a 'regulation preventing women "froit >einB_engaged in light drink bar-rooms ami cJrbarels, A total'brinch of the Great War Veterans association been insti- tuted at Wetasklwin. the fol- lowing officers: President, -J. G. Grit- vice president. R T. William- son; secretary-treasurer, C. D. ton, Pianos at Value-giving Prices real economy select a Piano that combines quality, value, tone and durabil- ity to their fullest eitenl. Mason Risen Pianos are made in many styles and from.which any family can choose the de- sired mstnwnent at a-'value-giving in ,the whole world than other piano can be'sold "16 ybd'ori the "Factory to Home" system. Let us explain 'this plan to you. RISCH LIMITED .BALMORAL-BLOCK FIFTH ST. LETHBRIDCE President, jVice pi A community club has been formed se.con'il. vid cabarets 'in Edmonton, a delegation of and riropped-one- near, result wa.s.burnt.and-the 1 The Peace River board of trade ha.s elecled-the following iresideut, Gee; E. dJsp.had a -narrow escape. :e-president, K. Chief cfp Police Ai Daviee, of North Vancouver, who has been under sus- pension for a uerlod..has been given thirty uays notice to vacate his polt. i Tlie C.P.Tt. will increase the'service along the Kettle Valley railway, con- verting the in-weekly (rain'to a daily service. On Introduction of new time cards trains will 'leave in the evening Instead ot the morning.' PUNISHING THE'EX-KAISER Over the punishment which the peo- ples of the rAliied conntrins Juslly feet that offence he was shot on the es planade it Pizzo... The ex-Kaiser, in tlie.'enormity o pis offences, has already been.ified and Jfcourt-'or- science He_less: than any'of the arch" criminals, ot bis- tory bas the right of .being afay thing in the. way pi pro- cedure in bringing him to just'cc. If the Allies, in bringing him to judg- shoaid be iBtlicted on tie are there 'his "been considerable'" discus- selves from using whatever may savor o, stoold the carry. ia neiRhborhood of twen- sion, with various technicalities raised to. rijht af; procedure. In this con- opinion irf a'soldier, and tylmilHoo Do m ID km wnJtr Southern Kas the option ayifem. -The II- are for three years with'Toting end of the penod ior the con- tiJmanee, or otherwise, of the system. th'la present referftpdum in js to prohibition differs (nei that as had ft In Alberta. is: Oribble, for that'is his name, ;has ivij.ently staled blstorr, and jivej l precedent for'dealTng with the Hohen- ERA WAIff'TRANSPORT a national standpoint the pro- flltfal acrois tte Rockies is of 'co'lltue importance. It's succest lurrk ttie begioning of a new era In iriawottation "in the inaum.ntl.'ra o: trunt la the Brief space of four years, ow to tbe war, rbere has been learn M'trnsportitioo air irhat In. the coarse of eventi'woDld hjave jtakeii teo limes (yean. Bat- even with thii the new been a prisoner at Ruhli il Interest. Mr. Fran- of Prussian methods the above prece- dent establishes a set- ties a point !J The daylight saving Q'jestioa has gone-back to the original court of de clsion, H.has passed ;from- the War Board to tbe Railway Commission, and -hlci commends itself. he'deserves to be deait Trith there to Parliament., It is like the legend of the soal of the irn baptised, or like the ilnve inrith no place to rest Its feet, and has return .ed ,to the ark. How will the House ,'at deal with -what appears to je an-unwelcome Yiaitor? Mr.. Oribble-lives the precedent ol of XapUs, better known W ni'rat. ai cue in point for bring- ng Sovereign before a tribunal jndgeij for of State." ;wftxi 'the firing sqnad as the result Mural's relations with Aus- tria, he says, in the last years of'the Napoleonic wars, were' similar to tie Kaiser's relations Belgium. only In its 'TM fkclot of aerial navlcatlon 4n wfemnd commercial basis iTill meaii deal to this country and Hailed Statei In their rrlaliona cpnntriei of Europe. The -At- irould lost its immensity as a area wben its bridging Ihe air M aomethfng matter of course. Had this be-. etee ettahliflhei] years ago we may ritllio what' would hare taken place would have had the experience 1H "some ot. the countries In feeling tbe sufferings of war at firsthand In its future reU- that to thf coantries of Europe 'the United Statex will no longer be abift