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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBR1DGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APWt 18, CANADIANS IN SIBERIA OTTAWA, April 'l5.TJr .turn la the commons by the miniver of militia shor.s that at time of the armistice, Nov. 11, the mjmber of Canadian lighi- who had to Siberi, wss f53. ;0r this o- t SUlt of Citr Fiauce Mirk i has hew tteuttt to (or iocreiKd vases, are hard it work as_ mayor's art fa totlUi Mid tfar, i to tvervthinc satis- lie may jure arjer city proportionately great- er wealth. Th6 railway is an absolute necessity to its people for rinsporUtiOD, the tires can be .IseS to niwt the new wage schedule, fctsfEf is in Cal- gary to the n6TS- Eil- montoa aow has a 7c fare, 7. relatively ICTT of water pumping. o! Hie large number of'users, lov-pumplnc elevation, In ary make U ixjsfiblo to add sufficient to charges for water lu 4. Ijtbar Gazette attowt fife cost oC lirjfift SB cities in ra few ______ 4% flU A ftfteioc of war; 1i of lyeVtrcely paid by people who rcillr earcinc as much at this time. A of bean out. This is not the api-it nnUwwm. 9. H are' tie cost of lifiatC 'fa the will co tu, no tie vmvae Kill bitter of.Vlt Tfhile others will have la accordance with tlis i A (he rjiilni-.y delivered I the extra cost. S. The Sims spplles wilu re-! to electricity in .CaUary, be-j of the fact that they ftt a cheap rate Iron) the power company, i 1 raitiaj the eicc- j JLeUer To Loca. Aulo Club From 1 Dr. Bonhel! Points Out Advantages By Dr. J. Rutherford, as a of the recently held lie C. P. n. has to restore the Mml-wMk- ly service ou tlie Slirlirg-'Maaiberries iiuix and that of the j brancli. ,_ The re-lnsiitiition is to tike one from the date of the 'ment. dated .April Stb. Tlie service Kill EO into operation neil week, commencing Tuesday, ou (he Many-.l berries uranch, a lilay. trie -i Our .powerhouse forca has si- rtfulated on the A. It I. Company's scale of This should coBttaueii.. It a fair standard. 10. Xo citizen, excepting by any claim on oity all ioauat as equal portQTirtr, Jn tlie of re- turned so'flitts, and their claim is no more preealng than those Trho have wnt thtir boys to ilia war. i 11. Toe employees to think that have a larce amount of unpaid taiM that are all to to bear the lirlai, and i tarn asd otra cost l oe worse' oS. Higher will jinclade Uis the good, while the tacts are that these unpaid taiea an really collateral tar money borrowed from the banks or other joiircei'to meet the current re- quirements of. the ,city. How could it be otherwise irhen not over 60 '-per of sat fcrWge and of so that will cent of .current taies v further bnildtaf, fa in any of tie years 1? 1915, 1916 12.- Furthenaorr, a large percentage ieti Trork for jl'.echaaUa and ajli-jof city employers are not taxpayers, tfeQenlty ixt Q athnrtfpe at their and consulueotly do not seriously coa- Uider the "tax rate. i S. 9trfet rail4-ay today is mak-i 13, At oiie time the city reqtiirtd neaiA'T iroichlthat bft'a taxpayer before feJy incre.i serf ;by the could secare employment on the of It hi staff; Hnancial conOitions might Uie fsreftV) sixl the aeir in tttiB W EO part of ii deplment oa 'e distances put ol the ct .abort tram o. M- tttr J alv so vvoirimt tie 'eSl 'a Jit brtlta em oa opent- flw a. a THth th. their employees, tie Mnandal condition ol tie city caii- not be orerloosred. (kat it U4 is to citr hwa a rertirn to this policy. council is seriously con.- if the whole 'stiuation and Trill In a teller to the local automcbi'c club from the Crovr's Xesl Pass Auto-i irjoMle Association. Br. S..UounelI sets fonlt the following arguhieiits ia favor] of the 5quthera route: I imderetacd able agitation in Ca.garyVaiirl tbe su'r-' rounding district, find perhaps Goldeo' and Banff, thai the maihr .'Doniiuioa 1 runk .highway bt -run .from- Calgary" :o GoldciJ and then down fhjotjgh the Lardeau io the cosst, and'11 t represeutations are being made lo Ottawa. There of course, the slightest question, ti.ut what ihe Dominion highvay should, go ibrougli the Crow's Xest. Pass, and 1 am going tp.gire-you a few reasons, some of ivhich you misht uol Ihink of in lay- ing the matter be Tore the department. 1. The road through the Pass -would start at Medicine Hat, and come through the fallowing'tamong..Bother 'MeOlcine Hat, Itf.OflQl -Three Persons, 5GO; Taber, SOOr Letlibridgc, Ulacleod, Pincher Creek, Frank. 500; Blair- Government- To Secure Irrigated land of S. A. The loca! branch oE ihe G, V. A. is'taking steps to atqutre irrigated iaod for the returned. JUCQ. In con- formity to tikis' the following resolu- tion has 'been; the-.sol: Whereas, tt corporation known as, originally, the; South Alberta Uand Comyauy, obtained-certaia concessions of land nad in south Alberta lo instal an Irfigatkm system; And .-wiiereas, alVtlie to AliG' present" Has been'al pense ot federal goverament and loans'seen red by And whereas, the said land abfc for settlement: Therefore, be it resolved that the government. take immediate to obtain'ihis land by Mo- U'Jon.or Uavo not up tor fanniOB .by oldrs faeltlemcnt_ CANWOATE IN QU'APPELLt NOW SasV.; April of oWwron in thie federal of Qa- Have taVra the inttlatlTe in call 2 convention to nom- Col Xest. "0: Hosnier, Femle, 6.000; Elko, 500; Jaffray, Warner, Cranbrook, vie, 500; XeJsoa, I ara oi' the esaci route: 1t take west from Xelsoa, but way they go the road would go ibrougli a number of important places- 2. The. road is already to Kpolenay Laiidiiig and a small! be made for" its! whole length one of the best-roads in j labor has received Canada. ASk BOARD ON EDMONTON STREET RAILVyAY DISPUTE OTTAWA. April rainlsler request tor Ol conciliation hute candidate; for the open hotua of The. sitting'mem- throuEhout entire Eoutbern dis- ber ,1s Tbonuotw' llrict, Tba-lanfl-is open tbe'.- dispute between the Edmonton the iraltty, and settlement. oveiis and .btfier[ 31 things ttns part of the province Suitable for Coats, Suits and Dresses Thursday and Saturday Dresseid in "Queen Quality" garments no woman Mill be recognized as being in finer attire than you at Easter, becoming any betler as regards popu-j 1st Son." 1 '4.' Calgary is only one hundred i miles from Macltod and there is fa] good rosd and the Galgary people can j get to the coast, as far as I urtderaUnd by a shorter route coming'' "this way than by goiDg.th'e route'11 'pro-J poses. -I 5. The only reason "Calgary: could ]_ possibly ask for. tbe roml js .for the j tourist trade Calgary and i i Banff, aud tUcy arc getting this at'j present as they lave a good road toj Banff. i 6. It is proposed to builtl a road 1 from Banff to this] Tt'ould allow- Calgary places: on the main line to tafcc the souincnr! route by dlrecliona; ibzi is, oyj Slacleod and by Banff. 1 1. The southern rpiitejs, a, jdeal more handy for'Ajuericaus tour-. i Canada, whlcli .lone- in i great numbers und do'in iricreas-j ing numbers, "artd in addition this Bronte j handy the n'hlch'is now being connected at two .or 4hree places-in thRi'Stafes by a igood road, and if the road is extended ifrom Kooteoay feeding west ienabJc. Canadians to tour either, 1 or Canada by almoat the game S. .The railway shortly be built om AVeyburn (o and ss hjs dounlry Is fast shilling np he-j coming one of the most, prosperous arming districts in Canada, il will i mean that there will .Ue w southern On. April by aispfctatrorder ot two. iloztn of (intst capts sbown' :hS fttion. We offer t.or youf Jhe' lirfMt aid Hoc o'f taiHei' Rain CCrau la So'ilhen Alberta. LADIES' WEAR AT OUR THIRD AVENUE STORE FRED THAELL Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is niadc from drags Vhltli work easily and soothingly, harming the' delkste tissues of the throat. EASTER SALE Of Ready-to-wear Outer and Under Garments A Magnificent Stock to Select from Suits, Goats, Dolmans, Dresses, Skirts, Gloves, Hosiery and oute.to IVfiybVirn _nnd caft.and also a- main line, route so thaL people Jtrom! V'innlpcg and other points jn Manitoba ji nd.SKkatchcwan will be able td take the southern road irough or the main linn through .to Calgary and tticn down to MaclcmT. 9." -The northern road, am tolJ, is xpenslve to build and it would cost tie Do.infnion government millions ol ollara to put a proper road through, pd In order that, this entire .district 1 rom N'elson east: contd get ,lo ihej oast they would have to cUIiflr hroiigb the States or away around, to .la.gary and then out to the coast. 10. As. I said Bhrsalisffcd Calgary could get lo the toast liy our route with shorter mileagfe than. could by their proposed route, and the jovernmetit should therefore consider] I :he la illation in this 'aoiJtnerh' country aa- Opposed to 1Iie aparcely country on the nprtUern proposed routP. 1 Ihink be fur you to Gc-t busy on this matter. as a gVoat dtal ot ibroughouttliifi disJrict and ut who have lived Jii the country for a number ol y'para fcisow thai tho, p'roponerl .northtrrj .route, as opposed tbe southern EOlutely 'abeurd..aiif1 can, only. iiatl- flod'on ground thai" Calgary large h'nt why jt .elipiild hog everything at the oxpense of die hal- ance of (he people bciyonrt my com- .prehension, i A II-T.V .Ifjwlsh wns oil in WeiTsnd, and was received j by aiicltrming off ia Corsets. s The Newest Suits Of trlcotlne, Sdttin? at 130.09 v Smart Styles In Coats or full back styles of I velour, poplin, tweed, covert clcjth aind wool.jersey, at up -to 555.00 Elegant Capes and Dolmans Of spun velours and sergw. SeELng at 535.00 is Exclusive Styles In T Serge Dresses The quality and make up U the Terr best. ,ar> suitable for wear with furs. Some have cape hanging from should- ers, others haye the salt effect They Sen at 139.09 up to A; of Georgette Taffeta i are (jullo :primd. of our.li.osicry Jil'-iSSniia wo carrj- well kuowp aud cry cr'ialtons in shade; of- iaupc, l, reindeer, devil blue, brown and blick. at and The Easter Blouses Are Attractive Dainty Georgettes, Quest Tolles, rich crepe chlnei, Al] Ihe late models ready for yonr ap- at up to J10LBPKOOF SIlJv. All colors and black. At, per pa'.T CBOWX SILK HOSIERY. At tl.OO n 'Qjv KAYSER IT A! JAN SILK. I M .'___..........'................. XVIXSOMB M AID; SiLK. JlOLEPROOh'.iJsl.E RIBBED .TOP. At 'AHELCO LISLE SILK BOOT. CROWN' BRAND SILK ANKLE. BOYS' STRONK HIBBED HOSE. qp At................................... HOYS' BXTIl.V IIBA.VY HOSE. 3.00 2.00 50c 60c Easter Gloves Frorn a Complete Stock WOMEN'S CHAMOI3OTTB GLOVES. 1AA Colors and black. Per l.UW iPBRRINS' FHSWCH Kip GLOVES. Black, while, Ua, brown, At per o pair................................. aV.ia SUEDB GLOVES, n mf ID' KAT3ER SILK GLOVES.. Black, nhitc, 1 SA gref and brown, per pair.............. CHAMOISBTTK GLOVES. SIKS 4, S and 6. White, grny and natural, 1C-. pair BUNS FOR GOOD'FRIDAY Heady Thursday at Four o'elock. 40c a '.Open All Day Friilax i BOYS' SUIT SALE THURSDAY A watch given away with ayy suit selling at The watches are good time pieces; Either nicHe or gunmetal finisli, Every- body should tarry one. The Simpson Co., Ltd Third AT connection t cercmouiex. otfct'ARto N, Y. tevfiron FUNM X. Y.. April 1C.- Somewhat ot a was al Ihc clf.so of yesterday's hearing tistore the lurllc- ivr coaaittM Into MM.OM altefattntu of when Richard the sen- with IKTKIH Mnrtttrt he (n Ixxik- scfidiol or chbrch fund's." SJtnator Thompson "Id ko iUDvledr; of Burke WM UftltK abotil aA that I ho CANADIAN MERCHAMT OUILD hill to grant Incorporation to the Canadian Mer- chant Serrlcc Guild, the nrsl Instils lion of the kind !o be Incorporated In was psasei! thin morning by the comtnoas commltlM on and ;