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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta POUR TiiU LETHBRIDCR DAILY HKIIALD TUKSDAY. APRIL 15.1919 Ube alberta BAILY AND WEEKLY and TMt LETH BRIDGE HERALD PRINT. ING COMPANY. LIMITED eth Street South, Lethb'io'a' W in (he- way of goods and chattels. His! fate will be to swept away iMo usl heap where he will become a noii- entity and a moral wherein may be I rtaJ the fate o! unholy ambition and the portion o! those who to I the relentless disturbers of tho world I In fettered seclusion the i Kaiser will have much to rumiuaU and no one will titiu ths experience. A. Bucnarun nd Vauaifini Director unmrs HP (CONTINUED FROM FHOXT PAGE) Business TELEPHONES MlUrial Offict Audit Bureau of SubKripllon Hatet: Diliy', "delivered per delivered, par year .......IJ.SO Bally, by mail, per Tear ......J5.WI Weekly, by mail, per year br mall par to U.S..JJ.09 I CANADA AS MONTANA SEES HER i The ueisbTKfrmg slate ot Montana j is Canada takes the cream 3t ITnlteJ States'cltttehsliip. This )22., may be read In an.edltorial In ihe Hel- eua Independent which seems much troubled over the'limwudlng eiodus" of ail that Is brightest ami best from the land V. the St'ars and Stripes. "Canada jelling'busy" is the theme ot the Montana paper, and'It refurs ct expiry o! subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ot pspers alter eipiratlorf date U authority to condone the ion- T icriptlon. OF THE MENNONITE -It may he that the problem of Jfennoslle ii a difficult one to solve the difficulties that may arise indl-. rectly in dealing his particular; case. The dlfficultlei are ill ted- lo with a. teelttrtof apprehension-to" tho advertising campaign ot the Canadian railways whldl, it-iayi.-la. "lick as the JJomlnlon never knew andjh'ev- er dreaniwi ot." -.To ourselves is others; see us Ii not. pleasing" to _ those who are so other view- point, in particular-war the Helena Independent whether to_feel proud or, 'If wi 'are modest; to feel ihat we are unduly flat tered. 'Having; to: the lena the the closed Canada appears 'to BARNWELU (KrOin Our Own 1URSWELL. April farm- ers in this district are very jubilant over Ihe storm which visited this re- ivway USL After blowing i heavily from the Vest all night the lud suridecly changed and about 11 in. we were experiencing a genuine Canadian blUzard which raged SJ fur- nisly that it drove even-thing before This eventually terminated In-a ce, quiet raiu uhich continued, for is remainder of the day and all night, is estimated that approximately cue ;cu of moisture tell during this storm. Kami work progresses re arJless of storm of n'lnd. A consjd number of the farmers have be- un seedreg while others are" gelling lore ground In readiness. -Messrs the sinert ipot eoaUnetiC Teo- jle there op accoant. of a pariJculaY reli- Ktous belief'may open a'thorny sub- ject in like treatment being requested 'in the case of other immigrants, such as Japanese, with the result of Internationa! friction. .The oiheralterMtiva Is to ports of eatryuq.the United .This Is as infusible ai It however, remains.thal.ibe MenoonUe Imniigratlon, in its nature, meajis-.the taking up of the best por- ttons of the land In the west by tbOM ifho are rishlly regarded as undteir- i If the evil of the MenncnKe wltn peculiar creed, with the eva- 401 witn U, as the less p[ two to be Jt -W-a -itwitioe wlwUier .caccot be .done' to prevent him from [acquiring the laud even by and .I keeping open Amertciis ,are mind' they should remain where; the agita tors and wild-eyed "reformers" fir! the picking good or V> -where the pec- pie arej working and giving every mi a chanee." the sanest spot on the cont nent.ij- ThU uiffeed sounds' soothing fly la: the ointment Is th Bound ot the (X--B. U. man heard occa jionallT la rand. Thtt account tor limitation to Inr sanity in th tae'Jwort 'He ena paper. Th'ta is a aaviaj cliwe.for which tbe O. B. U. men are responsible, and they should note the how tiey are viewed by those who are tsk- tec a dirtaal view of Canada as she PICKED UP IN t'OK THE HUSV MAS Donald Masson, a former Otttwa al- derman, is tk-ail. Government hunger relict depots aro opening in Australian cities. Miss Mabel A. Cameron, of Victoria, has been appointed secretary to Iho B. minimum wage board. Gait is to plant a memorial avenue and memorial elwwhero through- out the on Arbor Day. A. Hushes, connected with the Civil service at Toronto, formerly a Dundalk business marjj is doad. K J. Saudy was named as the Un- ited Knrmers1 candidate for the Leg -.J-. EASTER! leorje and Ted Anderson 'have Injislature In South Victoria. bout two hundred acres rthus far. Cooleridge and'Allen have five acres in fine condition .for rop and eipict to start seeding fu .the mjuedlate future. TABER (From Our Own Correspondent) TABEH, April brought a jod soaking rain lo most parts o! his district and as-a. result farmers re seeding this week. Heretofore there has been some sow- ng done, but today. U is general. (The farmers now have confidence., to go ahead as germination is assured. BOW ISLAND (From OUr Own CorreEpoRJefft) _ BOW April heavy snowfall of Friday and-Friday night has given this locality a'splendid am- ount of and crop.'.condHioni i'ave nsrer been Setter at this .time of year. This with the which will-mean, that .land will be planted'as' Quickly as possible with an increase DIAMOND CITY' i (From Our Own .Corre5pondent) DIAMOND CIT.Y, April I rppnd City district boasts of an acreage" of about "20% more this year'than the year 191S. Most of'it is summerfal- low, and the abunJaiice of moisture points to prospects for a..30od crop. Seeding and preparation tor-same ars til full swing. Farmers are discouraged ,eiperi pientiug with flax; etc.; so- the chltf grain sown will PINCHER CREEK (From Our-Own. fit U thai >i MOTSO- ,.'Ij josi the babble, tbe .way it is viewed b'y the tactile Dominion ay affect'onr'.saa- view alci wiilMLn no'.way ity M It The Pacific Steamship Co. plans a strvlce from Seattle'to San Francisco, taking -Ihirty-sU hours with another twelve hours for San Diego. Washington agriculture department estimates farm wages this year at over a billion dollars'as compared with halt that sum In pre-war days. The steamer'-Amherst, with the firtt group of eiplorers ..for the wilds of jngava region, for development' work, has left Quebec for Clarks City. It is announced that a Seattle' capi- .altst has acquired the new mill and elevator recently erected on False Creek, Vancouver. .The elevator has a capacity of bushels. There was a large attendance at the annual meeting ot the Kamloops Agri- cultural association on March. 39, and It was decided .16 hold a fair this' year, hut at an earlier date than The Orange Order la Hamilton decided to allow no more public danc- es In the Cringe Hall, on the groand that the a religious inititu- tion. i.- The and ol Kitchener haYe been served with sum: mons for contempt foZ court in alleged failure to carry out an order to abate z nuisance.., A fuli i EASTERTIDE, with iU messate of en Earth, bleaaae him moJt who makes others llappv.. Hia Easter greetinf it not oaly a token ot l.ove. but ilio a aj-mbol of Peace on Earth and Oood Will TO All Maa- kind. Such R (reeling Is tie VICTOR RECORD, watch a appeal. Many superb Easter cumbc-n arn brought forth la all their beauty on Ihe by tbe greateit alngen of all UM world. You can add to someone's Happlnes? by (that a ot following Records carry tbe Ueiaage .of Oladnesf Into their home Kaater morning. There are more than three hundred Reeordt itiltable for fesfival. 'We'll be (lad to help you chooae. VICTOR RECORDS FOR EASTtiR KelnaU Werrem-ata Hcluald Werrenrath ...'Lucy lutnlle'Marsk ...Lucy liabelle Marsk' Evan Will lahii HerbertjWltherspoon Enrico Carnso Cdruso and ..Journal 450S9 The. Palms Tho Loat Chord 55Cf3 Know My Hedeemer Liveth Oh.'forthe Wings ot a Dove S4tlt Beautiful Ise ot Somewhere 74279 Song lu'Kngltah SSW3 Song (French) S905i Crucifix (French) S5073 Ave Maria (Kahn) (Violin Nellie kubellk 03176 He Shall Feed His Flock (From "The i (Handel) '03179 Abide With Me 1610S The Palms Tho Holy City 1617S Jesus Christ la Risen Today Blest Bo Iho Tie That Binds 16825 The Coming of.the. Year (Organ Ace.- Ixml Dismiss Us With Thy Bieislnc'.., 16995 Oh Com o All Ye Faithful Joy of tbe World 17240 Most Holy'................... Calvary .315S9 Glarla (Moiart) (From Twelfth Clara Butt Clara Butt Harry Mac'donouxh Harry Macdonougb en Quartet Trinity Choir .........Churea .Belli Trinity Trinity Choir Trinity Choir Trinity-'Choir Elsie.Baker Lyric Quartet' 31770 Hallelujah Chorus (from Meislih) Victor Chorus and Souia't Band VICTROLAS Convenient Terrai. MASON RISCH way of ai t lerrice has, as In the MiUtan Tfcef bBowrnc-Siotrait' IB Serrtee Act, been provided la lie same manner, eren uiterferihg with the libenr of the snbjett In the iray of preTeatjns him from that belongs to him to whomsoever he vUkes, the matter It'welt vorth the couideration. At aiiy rate it woald aailsa if public so itirred ;that it.ii forced u a moral obligation- on h'oldcre of laud not to iijpoie ol the same to the Mennonites. i This of Itself will act a measure jo kf ep these people from .being too Jr! Irons to come into Canada. Sentl- inetit'can often do a great deal more tfian leclslatlon. OF- the League of In Us lo ipecultte. The most thai function at the watch dog of Burope In auy be' said Ii tliat the discussions asionf taoee wbo will have a (art In feternilnlcg the llohenzollerii'l Itat at the very be wfll never be permitted again to have jfcat deiree of freedom which would afford tin an opportonlty of becom- ing a atenaee lo world kapplness. i 'it.'h relief to think that n-KarMr caaaot suffering a certain amomt of awnUI torture is lo al4 fate at tie banes at his conquer- Tbis fs a form of punishment ika} tlU in wlla crlmei, Jtod if It U in Ihe way of prolonging lie agony so much the better In ntf Itciiot can liere be the smallest of to what he k there must !o a like Ihe llohenzollern a (eel- irfdlgnifj that must oppress him i being to ensure a good CHAMPION (From Ourr Own CDrre.'DCndent) CHAMPION. ApriliJ-i.-rrCriamplon arid district experienced a heqvy wow and rain storm all day Friday that thoroughly soaked the and fairly elated the farmers. .Se.edipg Is general this week. The land is work- logjup In lice WRENTHAiVl i (From Our Corresponaenl) of the farmers are busy-breaking tnd re- port plenty of moisture to work. Seeding is now under way, and a larger crop acre age. than ever will be planted In this new and fast de- veloping district. CARDSTON (From OaV' Own -Correspondent) CARDSTOX-, April H.-VThe cold winds have delayed the seeding in this locality. Reports" come' from HIV Spring and Glenwood that driHlng' has commenced there. Hay Is In great demand here at pre sent as several .far.the U. F. A. have not to hand. Just Starting'at Reglna REGINA, April farmers have been harrowing their In pre- paration for seeding this "district, but several report not ready for it yet. Southeast of the city'some big'farm- ers expett to Btavi setdlng tomorrow. Not Starter! at Prince Albert PRINCE AMiBRT, Sask., April li: all farmers hr the'dis- trict will be on the laird in the. next few days. For some''time past many farmers have been making lions and are now in readiness _ The .three, Trustees of- re- of'the J. of his 'Matron pleted about two years ago and turn- ed operating. department of .the railway. Thereafter, the inter- est on the .proportionate amount 'of ou portion was charged up as part, -of construction cost against that unfinished part, while the railway company..was responsible for piymenl of interest on' the bonds covering the completed The total railway mileage between Edmon- ton and 289 miles and the steel is no.wlaid to Last Cache down to .Ihe river, and .within; ten miles of Iher'.erminus, Uig completed to the terminus. Committee Completes VVork The public l.'accpunts comraittce agreed Monday .morning without any discussion to report evMcnce taken in the lltiuor Inquiry; the Oar- lepy probe, and various other matters, to the'leglslature without making any decision.. This, ct-course, obviated any discussion or tha preparation of a report which, rule 10 of the house says, must be'done" In private, as was done in the case'.of the Bondreau re- port; The committee completed tta lengthy and arduous taalc .with thta decision having established a record at this session of the leglslalnre'rn'having Uml the TMberta '.tijt of uHjs'ibpppilitorT the oome' before the'cfffiimitteV. Pretnier' Stewart :k'ept his promise of permittlns a full In- quiry into all matters mvolTinc gov- ernmental erld.- ence taken by tbe committee will bo debated in the thU i week. A gift of to be divided equal- ly for patriotic purposes in Fort Wil- iam and Port Arthur has recently been received by Scott, manager pi the Pigeon River Lumber "compan'yV from Canadians'! resident' in Duluih. George. A. of Fort "William, carried on negotiations on Aphalf oE that city and the money has now bten distributed. In 1916 the first, the same source waa're- ceived, thr fHlDre, will be known as the "Gen- eva watch" by the Irreverent. Here a woeful picture of tbe coun- try ,yiat bore the first blows, ot the war: Belgium's plight today is not realized by the outside world, The ex- tent of its devastated territory Is nol Indeed comparable to that of France, "but Industries were only par- tially and were largely aug- mented In other provinces, whereas Belgitan's Industries were ruined com- pletely, everywhere, her machinery car- ried off and stuffs abstraolc'd. At' present her productivity Is completely paralyzed; .she has no raw. stuffs, no no credit, and 900.00.Ci workmen are' IK rltslrisuting, francs 800) tBOnlhly In relitf, but the spiritual wll !i Wing prepared for evil 'seed. mence operations as soon a'a the" lanrl is dry enough' lo put'lbe niatlifnory lo work. Total Cost to Date Has Nearu CornpMira (Spfdal lo ttie'Hevali) EDMONTON, April According lo iestimony given .before Ihe-public accounts committee'of tha legislature this morning by N'orrnan Harrey, dep- uty minister of railways ani .tele- phones, the total coat to date of the Alberta and Great Waterways railway lias been BOYS' SHOES Thai arc, jijllt stonily ajid. slrongly; solid leather materials YET MADE NEATLY AND THE FEFT art'the kind we handle. This wilt pssure you of a' cooii general service faction. We have therri in receding and full round toes at prkee accord- ing lo t-tyle and size from'. l a pair ASK. TO BE FOft ALl W J. NELSON 620 THIRD AVE. 9, WILrtlW What an Eastdr this wiy beJ homecomini and in the renewed evidence of prosperity and plenty about Happy from the worry of tie of conflict and the reftrictiona that have helped to attain the that is now Little wonder that the aim in of Canadian hornesfwil! be to celebrate this joyous occasion by a return to old-time festivity. -Let your home be one 1 Let your household, Easter of oooa again freely enjoy its old-time Esuter Swift's Premium Hani Gone are the reawnt-trnt for foW yean haye rntricted the enjoyment of this dtlicntely-tender, tweetly-favwetij amply-satisfying food product, Once more jroo need only 'phone your grocer or butcher fcl order to be promptly When you buy, nuke tan yott the fiwift'i Premium wrapper and brand. You can Ktt Do better JEottr thin ean find no brtttr Uua Swift'i Swift Canadian Co. Toronto ;