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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT Tin: DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL tion with the Military Service act He said these speakers depicted the; (situation in suoli a manner thnt at tSe litiie of a meeting held by I.Mr. Marcll at I'aspekiac. on Nov. 1G. i 1917. two youug men named Iteta and jHosbEl were ikuen violently insane anil I 'had 10 be removed to the asylum at j Hc-auport where one ol them died since, j I tlien. t j Mr. Fitrols said further En his tt-stM I mouy tnil in spite ol th? campaign] i conducted the young men of Boiiaveu-'j H___f____ jure county generally responded to tho J i-All and it was only a tew Sensational Evidence in Couii fed wbo were misled by the campaign. Marti-i( C-KIK in I said the cour; v asm in j ont (h-n, ailj morc seYere Quebec [the Tpal guilty parties, those who be- ________ t travel iheir lor Interest d SPEEKONM.S.A. DROVE BOYS C QUEBEC. April uu- j Aer oath at the trial of certain draft; evaders of Bonavomure country before i rintipjw rurois made some sensational statements re-1 speeches delivered in thai county by Hon. Charles Marcel aud i lion. Johja Jlall Kelly. The case before llie'court was'ihai of a draft evader] named' Lvbleuc, for his lawyer.' Atigusfe' gtrcfa, pleaded icisaiiity. Mr. t'Urois declared he believed that roung men of Bonaventure touniy j were driven to'cxasperation and even] insanity by the" speeches delivered by these two men anil others in connec- Mr. rtirois was the I'nionUt caudi- ite who opposed Hon. Mr. Marcil in tie last federal election. A. 1C, Anderson and Family .Make Trip and Tell About Koud Conditions CHAXilHOOK, April Uruui Tacouia eii route lo the prairies via the Crows Nest Pass route. E. A. i'.y 4nj two members ot lUe fire brigiule for Jiu-reases in salary alsv, before was graateii a iti salary to the stenographer in t be clerk's oftce. Tho cily are purchasing two acres for u travel ipd a motor truck for use iu baUasllug the streets. Tax Rate 39 Mills Tue cily council after passing Ibe estimates (or the current year struck tax rate of 39 mills, being 11.7 mills for schools. 15.5 mills for delientures aud ll.S mills for general revenue. The tola! taxable assessment is aud the estimated tax revenue Xo discount is allowei] for prompl pay meet but ou July 1st to unpaid taxes 10 per cen. penalty is added and on October per cent, more is added with S per ceul. iuterest add- ed on January 1st. Cranbrock ciliieiis are requested to TO (IT IIiU PIIV 10 ffi HAMlAi urn Anderson and family travelled "sob i asstst in the spring clean-up from Tacoma to Cranbrook in and to hav'e mbblsh ready for the I their Hea aulo as far as Crachrook. j loOay they entrained for Cal- They found a chance to ship j tbeir car >v4Ut another auto being -AVOID COUGHS COUGHERifl Coughing Spreads SHIIX) I'ARIS. Afril ihe ilccisioii o( unable, without delay, to get repairs (or a broken spriug. they decided to Uurry on via train to their home oa the prairies, so as to ba there to unload the car ot settlers' effects ship- the six tmponant unions !o France jped from to Alberta. Is adhered to May 1 will fcer observed i In the family pirty are Mr. and Mrs. by a general abstention from work, j E. A. Anderson and their two daiigh- The delegates of- these the i ters. All enjoyed the trip Immensely railroad workers, miners, transport though they once motored from workers, nieia] workers, sailors and Angeles iq 'Frisco lhay declare dock at a meeting yesterday that this trip las Ihe most picturesvio decided lo unite in etforts lo obtain i scenery, if not the test roads. They recognition of the demands of tht left Tnconw April 2nd and arrived at workers, especially an S-hour day and Crunbrool; April 14lh. They usually travelled from a.m. to B p.m. anil lost days by stops for various causes. an increase-.) scale of wages. Delegates reeogniied that the uir mr rat onuwa Mauds Individual unions been !or. their journey ot SOD miles. Ttjey In many coses, but decided their midday meal while (ravelling. Ibat the members' ot the unions shoalJJThey came by .way ol Portland, Ore- not work on May Day in order to Ehow! ion, over the Oolumoia Highway to the power ot ttie o'rjanized woriingHhe Dalles; ferried the Columbia rlvor scavengers ou May 1st. Already much work has been Jone in maklug the streets of Crantrook look spick and span. Already visiting motorist parties are arriving from the United States and the numerous enA quirles received by Ihe auto club and the board of trade indicate that much more traffic will coma this way Ihin in former years. The mayor coun- cil ask the cltUens to co-operate in preparing the city lor a Strom of summer tourists. Oeo. J. Spreull. president of llm board of trade has relumed from Cal- jary. where he interviewed the Cal- gary board of trade and to his pleas- ant surprise found unanimous co-op- eration in regard to the Crows Nest Pass Auto HIghw.j, for white the cJl- gary people wanted Ihe WIndermere DA1ESOF SESSIONS INWRHURIR OTTAWA, April royal commission by the govern- ment to Investigate industrial relat- ions In Canada and to submit a report as to bow these may be Improved, will leave Ottawa on Monday neit for the Pacific coast, where Its firit iiuWiu hearlnis will be held during the fol- lowing week. The Itinerary has been arranged to cover the chief Industrial centres throughout the Dominion. H It expected that the report of the com- mission will be prepared Immediately after the conclusion of the enquiry. The following is the proposed itiner- ary In the west: British 2S. Vic- toria. April 30, May 1, 2 aud 3, Van- courer. o and 6, Calgary. May 7, Edmonton. S, Saskatoon. May 9, 10, Retina. i 15, U anjl 14. Win- nipeg. route they also wanted the Crows Xest Pass route 50 as to make a "circle -Tour'' highway for auto tourists, lie invited the Cislgarv board ot Irade to nmlie a risil to Cranbrook. A snuH botfle of Dtn'derine cosb Sut i BBtt It nj store. H stops fiffinj hair, itcSinj icalp ind ends dandruff, besides if doubles lie teiuty of your hiir, nut, H ippear twice as hetvy, thick and ibundtat. Jrjltl Slr Arthur kon r ur ews-lliM been offered the chair ol Public holme, wen known British Health in jolm, Hopklna University YOU CAN DO BETTER- DRYCOODS. MENS WEAR. BOOTS SHOES. NORTH LETHBRIDGE. DOOR class and the spirit of solidarity unions In .a less Tavorablo position. The Inquest into the death of Otto OUen, who killed Victor GustafEon at Bagley and also into the death of Gus- tafson, commenced Monday afternoon. Today the coroner and jury arc visit- ing tho scene or the shooting. Grand Easter Sale bf die Ladies Aid St Church TO BE HELD IN THE OLD OPPOSITE THE DEPOT On Saturday 19th at 2.30 A Whitewear, Aprons, Drcsut, Fancy Work, etc. AIM Table of Dolls' CIlrthM and large Pentry Table Candy Booth. Afternoon Tea will be served. F. A. ROGERS New and Secmd-Haod FoniitBre, and Ranges Bought and sold in any quantity. We also carry a line of Tranka, Valises and odd lines of merchandise. Boys' Coasters, Wagons and Velocipedes with rubber tires; also carry all kinds of hardware. Give U> i will Pay You. Phone 13th St, North Uthbndce ______________ (Take Blue Line) Banking. Service VOUR banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH and then wont through Gold end ale, Rittsville, Spokane, crossed tfce Boundary at Kingsgate, Ychk, to Craii- A t For tland tb ey s t ayed 1 days, at the days, at Centre- vine 3 days and at Spokane days., Xear the Hood-KiTer on a sevea-mtle j uphill fresnly graded greasy dirt road they were assisted by a passing team- ster, wno was so busy pulling autOa i up the hill for per, Ciat he bad no I time to go to the bottom of the hjll lor bis wagon. On the next long pull liter parsing the Dalles the clutch of S .he Anderson auto gave out and time was lost for repairs. The only other, break was the spring discovered upon arrival at Cranbrook. They had no ire trouble at all and carried no tackle not even a spade. They had no camp outfit and stayed at hotels at night. found a lot of good roads with the best on a paved highway from Ta- coma to Olympia. and a good solid gravelled road to Portland. They found no snow and only a little ice in Canada. The Columbia High- way is beautifcl and paved with ce- ment and asphalt It runs from Port- land to Cascade Locks up alongside ot the Columbia river, They found the worst from Hood River to Centreville on'a 40-mile stretch. The chief difficnlify was the new greasy grading on the locg hill from Sandpoint to Kingsgale where gravel is needed. This is in Idaho and the road was so bad that ft took three days to motor 68 miles. There were three ivashauts and at one a team had been placed to hanl motors out of the I mud and across the washout In Canada no difficulty was found with the roads which, however, Vere soft in a few places. Had they de- sired they might have motored ail the [way from Cranbrook to Macleod. Two oars just ahead of the Anderson parts were travelling from Vancouver. From the Pacific coast lots of people are coming to Alberta. 01 any will mo- tor and the trains are crowded with landEeekeri. After they.get settled on their new farm at Brooks, Alberta, the Anderson j family are piamiing to motor again to Cranbrook to enjoy to the lull the j pcccery of the Crows Nest Pass trail, j which they traversed via train. Mr. Anderson adds that if thP.Crovra Nest Pass route is made the National High- way that thousands of touring parties would come this way from the Pacific SUtes to the prairies ol Western Can- ada. DRESS UP FOR EASTER You are in good company when in OUR Select your Easter Suit or overcoat here Saturday. We have added many new lines in men's and young men's new spring suit, overcoat models within the last few days, and these shipments added to our present large assortment of good clothes makes choosing easy here. THEN YOU ARE NOT ASKED TO PAY ANY MORE FOR THESE BETTER CLOTHES. You'll want to look your best for this Peace Time Easter Come in and let us show you what's new. Young Men's Suits shown with the new waist line effect Fit-Reform and Society Brand New Spring to Extra Special Values in Men's to RAIN-PROOF SPRING OVERCOATS in brown, grey to Some Wage Increases Granted j Also Made To Hoard of Trade K.T. BRYMNER, J. H, S. CORDON, M.naiCT J. V. STEEL, M.n..n Fires Break, Out and thieves breik Don't risk tin first, or invite the wornd, keeping money in the house. Put it in The Merchants Bank, where it will, be safe from, loss- always available-and earn interest at highest current rates. THE BANK OF CANADA 1864. "INNING, MONARCH BRANCH, V A VRPRf v BRANCHES, M. {Fr'irn Our Own CGrresromtriU) CRAN'nnOOK, B. C.. April C'ranhrook city council at Monduy night's meeting in response to the re-' quest of a delegation of the board of. trade per month to the board of trade to be user! as Ihe board's share of the. salary of the newly appointed Joint secretary, of the board of trane, merchant's associa- tion and agricultural society.. Messrs. W. II. Wilson, J. Finlt and others marie a strong plea on behalf o[ the public benefit service retaiercd by the board of trade, to the community. The delegation also announced that in the near future Iho hoard also pro- posed lo issue a pamphlet ps part oE the publicity campaign for anil district. A representative of Hie Cranbrook Ixical of the Navy League championed that worthy cause 10 effectively that the league were granted at the nom- inal rental of ono dollar per year the water singly for the ;njrl swimming tank the league pro- jTMca to open 'at Cranbrook this Hiunmer, has jit-srly .500 members in C'ranbrook. An Invitation haa been extended by the city round! to the school teachers (o liolil their uf.nl big convention at Cranbrook. Tlie increasing rlimfi of the cost of living was recognized by the council, wlik-li after granting requests ol the and fawn LIGHT SLIP-ON OVERCOATS, up from Furnishings for the Man who has good tastes and wants to show that he has Cluett and Dr. Jaegers SHIRTS in pat- terns lhat are new, something differ- ent' to FANCY SILK SHIRTS, up from NECKWEAR in all the newest shapes and wanted colorings 75C Jo Dr. Jaegers, Wol- sey and other makes. 35c to SPRING HATS That nrft head and shoulders over anything yct shown. Best makes, Prices (3.75 to RELIABLE FOOTWEAR FOR MEN The Uco, A. Slater n V You May Have Said That You Can't Here THE 2 MS Kirkham Block Urgest Dittrihrtm MH'S Wear in SMtiwn Alberta Letbbridft ;