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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta t MHJR llii" LbTlMBHUKiK DAU.Y HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL Ube Ictbbrityc, aiberta AND WCtTKLY tat P.Miflwr. LCTHBRIDCt HERALD PRINT- IMO COMPANY, UNITtO M Mai SwtK W 1 TtliPHONf 8 II -tttt UlUrUI 12M r Audit Burtau tt CtmJlatlsjut. Subscription RatM: per wtak .15 ___ r__ _____ Dally! delivered; per rear Hatty, By mill, year H.M Weeily. by per year I1.M Weekly, by n-all per year to D.S..N.M tlie tk'sh is weak. This Is shown in the cases of people brought to the courts, as have is Mani- toba, for trying to evade ihe obliga- tions placed on them. This is not very- hopeful English may be tautfrt tu Ihe schools, but German continues the home tongue. Hit Iliere i> more than this, it report reads true: Ttio school houses are for the church fervic- of the colony. The I'aion Jack which, by Ihe regulations imposed is displayed in the school, is covered over at these services, in that the presence of flajs during worship is not countenanced the Huttsrite creed. The services, moreover, are in German. The Underlies may be peaceable and good agriculturists. But In Ihe truth that man cannot live -by bread aloue that is not the sole ideal of citi- isnshlp. The country needs more than ihjt from those who dwell in it. This is the rls-Mtul and individual sensing of responsibility to the Slate. Without which all else coiinls for naught. Dates of eipiry ot subscriptions "s> reir -on address-label. Accfcpt- uee of p9pers after explratloa dats b authority, to conllniM lub- icriptlon. VETERANS AND THE The stand taken by the local -ret; and. in common with their comrades Vitii "regard lo Ihe Mennoi. Bites is, under all and 'every circum{ ''VtaJKVoiie" which'a body of men'iucB can only be'eipe'cted! id take. .That Ths'veterans have tha sympathy and-th'e sentiment' ot'.the Tast majority of the conntry goes without sayinc. The men who fought and bled for their'cpuntry have a pre-: scriptive right to have a say that'thej undesirable should not be part .am parcel of w.h'ich 'they helped to preserve from the yoke. It is a moral 'right. It is a right trhlch Is Irialienaole 'ana undeniable; So It must be regarded. So It "will have to be r- -r It is no vain thing the veterans'del rnand. It 1: no Idle prejudice fates their demands. The stand thex 1 ha re ..taken in regard to the. Meaner. sJtes is tfee hopeful signs of the-time. to a better world after the war look lo a better Canada. We look to the Ideal? aoahlp, the possession and the (esution of which have helped win the war, to continue and to nWr '-.fch tMkarsrk -That thb tbonU-so-be the veter- have decreed in their opposition to CKED UP IN ASSING FOK TBE BCSV MAS Immigration In this luey have declared 'that their uses have I not ended.'with the war. In this, Ji.ave1 earned tbe eV teem or lailoir citUeno The Government "cannot afford fo Jeiar longer in dealirur witb the Hen v Bonife situation. Fabian tactics not suit the men who" have fought. they have accnstotnedi to: Rallying in Ute face of menace, it is not a time oi appeal to reason when Uiere is DO reason. is lime for action to the appeal for the. wme. That action was. with the em- of amarUnc ooder delay, com- reyed to the Government in the res.0; hition of the veterans which has ap- aeared in print THE STATE i AND RAJLWAY OWNERSHIP It Is a common argument, and oue i whlca has recently appeared in a lead-, ing financial paper, that the operation of the railways by the State is bad from an..economy standpoint. It i6 advances that in Slate ownership the interest whlcti belongs -to private en- terprises Is eliminated, In that the publte, Ihougb the owners, do not take lhat interest ithat is lo suc- cess. Ttie'contention -is blown aside in Toe eiperience o! the working of the railways In tha United States under government control; as shown in tha McAdoo report. The report shows that under priv- ate control 2.325 officials drawing sal- aries of a year or more were employed with aggregate salaries oi f a year. Under .government control officials arc .doing the work with an aggregate of in salaries. Under private control sal- aries as ilgh as a year were paid to officers of railroad corpora- tions. Under government control the highest paid officers .are the. regional ot whom there are seven. These salarUs range from to a.year. In addition, ei- pensto of the law departments of the roads bave.been reduced an- nually. Added to Ike above a saving of 54S.U3 was made in the consolidating ot tteksi and re-arrangement XT the soHglting'aaaif have.beea shortened, and cars re-rout- ed One result was ttat in one temtorr the" rerouting of 8999 ears effected .a saving in 60 days of 195 uilea on each car, or a total oi Sad Cast in Kamily at Orphan Children (Kraiv Our CorrespomlcnO CARDSTOX. April Lev! Bectell was hurled yesterday (Sunday) afternoon, services being .conducted ihe cemetery beginning shortly af- ter three o'clock. A large number of the Woolford people were present. About [our hours lalsr his wife. Mrs. Millie stalker Bectell, also suc- cumbed to the pneumonia following the innuensa. thus left orphans'.' It is fortunate, however, that both: the parents'of Mrs. Beciell survive.htr. and'Mrs: Geo. Stalk- er ot and doubjless these dear little dnes will -flBdi'a: welcome from them.' They are at present be- cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hender- son being an aunt of Ihe deceased mother. The funeral jervices will he held at Ihe Cardston cemetery at about 1 o'clock a..double .cement and brick vault having been prepared by Mr. D. G. and Newton for the husband and wife, who long separated. Shortly after 3 p.m. today manv ot the CardEton -people -were shocked to Iparn ot the death of Mrs. Orrilla Woolf wife, of Mr. J. Sidney Tanner, of Hill Spring at the loci! TJOS- pltal. T pneumonia, without iiCiiready" reported in your presentEd -husband'' with; a ten'Tpound baby joy. some nine; days'ago.' The Ifttle me" survlves'and aaottwr-Eon of some eight or'ntne years. _ Mr. and'Mrs; "Homer "vVixrir are .tho The hotel at Kelwood, Man., has been parents andi-.thU'U their fl'rjt loss of i taken over, by .0- SkeldlngVof Re iny of their children. -Seren- other glna, who has yffttten many ImproTe- chfldren -all grown .bat re- meats to the praises. has started on tlie lighter land at llauBtia. It will be nest wetic if tin wtathef i( President will be to in an effort to have llie sleel price dUpute settled: Sir Maur- ice declared lhat n renewal of the war was an impossibility. Toronto Masonic lodses entertained returned soldiers and their friends at a banquet In Ilic Armorlei. A re- ports liavlnj. Wwsv a field of April JarMsrGlormasniirw-aV named Coroner'e jurj- at Ouelph as the mur- ofjAlw Dutkj litre on LMarch 30. .The of :Roianid. Man., and district be accorded a on April IS. The Home Economic pi Swan Lake. lias adopted live of the little orphans in France. Dauphin la arranging to tender W 0. Barker. .V.C., D.S.O.. M.C., a royi reception on his arrival there. A neat 'honor tablet, bearing the names of the pupils who enlisted, his recently beea put !n the Mountainside A hiamniolh soldiers' reunion ceie- bfallon will be-held ur.der-the auatilc es of the board of trade I July. T Heavy Tafia ftltrn the KeAwood dis- trict on In such will ensure rapjd growth in 'amily.' They have' a Their sin- THE MCNACE..... 9T THt Ttxxf. wt have beeo accustomed to call who hmve settled Itt this part, of the province, are pro- swlj knowi u Hvtterites. If they may ke detHed they aaajr tt saM to in aa tdTsamd caH o( the It aVe Menem are to cksMd as dtrsemi rte are so. A'paragraph In our issue of yester- lay, In niferenee to fhe Hotterltes tow IB mMst, is ivtBtteat to show fen tact in a faf fron favorable light, VTCB tt we confine- our'riews to one 4 tarticttla'r aspect, to thrs It was Wed that, while they pretend to teach Christianity, the HBtterldrehe Binder iemeinde, a mac with enough of the 5 raaton In it to ?ttve of ton Conity, South Dakota, las left behind two families there with itteen children and never settled -with hem nor gave them a cent of money, property, and moved to Canada. One nan left behind flfly-isi years old md has given the colony shornl forty rears of serrke. He was left pennl- ess by the community. i The preacher in the Hutlerile colon- es appears to be a tar. The rest of f tin TOmmunlly arc his vassals. There i nothing in Ihls. The Bombers of cohmlea ire to all In- purposes eo many beasli of mrden, no Rnrtiltfons and with -it fvdrrMtnlrtr, and wedded lo to military i 1ce wbici lo tlMii has M place In ha Uttk of Herd. 11; in eotekict'flier sjrwisjfc the fad feat Wrre ao lacltaattov to as. wMi was pjae :first high school students" of Cardston to ;o into the teaching prpfessibn and tiad been very successful-faa-Ver teach- v The services will be Ireld at'the cemetery at about 3 p.m. tomorrow, the 15th inst. The school resumed .its regular work .today after week. The attendance is somewhat ragged.1 there Is .illness or people are. not yet assured of the safety of attendance. By of. the Week'U'- mal no doubt. The Y'oolford Ward cobferencejwiis held at" the schopl oh Sunday last.1 President Wood jvilfi Messrs. .Tfios. Duce'SJ B. F. tumb. Golden Woolf.- Jesse Woolf and Mesdames C. B. Snow and If. Marker and Miss Etta Doudle atteni- Cardston.: -I. The Woolfordv3epple are planning 3 The of tie Bw Lake social igaiSaring.'on Marc3i-JS i accorded a hearty .welcome home. The churches-'ibd ;sehools-. of Nib etle, Man., hafe'.Tjcitn afte being closed weeks con sequence of tho priValence of 'flu. An unconfirmed report says thal'th Canadian I'aciHciSailwar station. e wa's.JWlrnea Sunday nigh and statkiD agent is missini Korean Independence agitation coi linuea In are repressing sever'ety with the' r -suit there-navs'rheen many addition! cisua'ltiesi" StO' nd already h'ave considerable mater- 4! on the ground. Their school house s now the, best planned and rural districts nd has.been by nspeclcir In'charge ol'thls' district. Several-. ncw.-resMincea are also planned and that of Sir. W. H. Rob; erU has the np and is a beautiful balldihg of: granite. Wool- ord Is going ahead nlcsly and is 'one 3f the prosperous farming districts OTTAWA, April contracts between the Marconi Wireless Com sad Hie anvil service deparl are forth in a-return taWo In the commons yesterday at the rt of Mr. The return show that rtie gorernmeTil payn ituMMiea for 20 wireless station aggre- fating Hl.ZM a year. The highest amount paid for sny one slalton Is HSOO for the Bello Isle siallon, and Ijie. lowent (3 paid for the Diiari- has been apjiolnted chi ,CSiadian N tlonal railways, to succeed the late T. Fraser, who was killed recently a snoivalide al Robson. A local -brap'cli .Great W for elected 'and' 'Ch'alrr.e lloorei at secretary. One olficer. and four men on'boa the snbma.clnf 297, tn port San were.harBed la a ga ollne explosion that occurred 'siort Chief described roaring drunk. Rairisliaw slated that gave the bartender'', lii the Homa n this corner of Alberta-." I twenty-dollar bill and, received About ten percent, ot the two dollars and tifCr cents In chanj here was tinishfed laSt week and the' Aetna district, reports about tho same.. t will run from.7 lo 10''per cent for he entire district'. Saturday.'ihe 13th inst. Mason Risch EASTER f EASTKRTIOC. with'its of ae him who makes others Happy. His luter. erecting Is" not onlr a token ol l.ove, but also a symbol of Peace on Earth and Good Will