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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, Al'mi. 111. HUH TUP: umiBRina-: DAILY IIKRALD PA'OK ELEVEN SITTING TIGHT ilWy listiL and lireailiinj; lurJ-- tiial Jb the I'usiiion of Union Oovt'in- nmnt ufter Parliament ha> been lit siisilon two mouths.. hvdves uueasily but Pandora's box is sale ciiuugli until tho Kastor holldi.vfi are ovtr when those twin (roubles, tho tariff and tho franchise, vHi be lot .loose to Uu their worst, TlK'ir the Govcrnuicitt will no( bo sti bad as was eipnuti'd, liociiUEO tlic Unionist members 1'ar- Hameiit seem much mort- n'signcd to let sleeping dogs lit- ihun tlio voters at honn-- say it is a lively Jtcuse of tariff reductions to tonio which the -Western members quttM; while oiliera say it tho cJtloroforni cif envirouraonl which yuts mcnibors s unexcelled. Lethbridge .i: Lelhbridge Motors Limited .Warner Service Garage Raymond King Green Garage Mafrath Magrath Motors Cardston Motors Limited THE SAME-DEALERS ALSO HANDLE. INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 3-4, 1 and 2 Ton Capacity. This is the Truck with REAL SERVICE bchind-it and the line of pavls carried in Lethbridge is COM- PLETE. Investigation on this point before purchas- ing is recommended to all intending Truck Owners. No Truck, however good, is any good to you unless parts for it are all carried RIGHT HERE.' SMITH FOP A TRUCK The problem of the Old Car is solved when you have purchased a Smith Form a Truck Attachment. The cheapest system of good haulage in existence. A potl card to any of 1he above dealers wH( bring'whatever further information may be desired, Uti'Kf lifts gui itilo considered dis- tfnut-Cul, Imi tioiuiux io bo gaireit by about U in public-. Bin IIIIHUIIJ. nature is human natutv. y'.-J if you U-ll poopU1: mustn't u very iMiis do- lion ell wy well you don't eivo ibciu sonib- thing ID piny with. So Gov- ernment ,'us hjio tLc business of providing for itu- mischievous fel- lows -pretty toys llial ktep Satan awuy. One 01 ihestt is Hav- ing1. They save-it to farmers 10 iak'j their minds off liie tariff and sloV: looking tuy it is parti1 tu thy (Cartel having off "with an army yrnl ;i Tin1 termers are a gr--at Oeal nioru gullible than I tnke tlieiii lo U thfv arcepl this fcind of jeree-ii cheest- us a lor tariff reform. Incidentally it goes to shqu' what the Macliiiivcllis Union Gov- ern incni tliiuk of tliR public Intel li- gen co. Ailutlii-r luv was the liuriiufaiitof PubliiHIcwlth fathered by Vhite it will 1 Mr. Unwell but left him. if minor is (rue. on ,Mr. t'atder's doorstep, now (hat Mr. Hosvell has lost interest in it. Mr. Roivi'll lost interest in it i-ause tho did to it Dr. Godfrey would do to the class- [s Eo say sterilized it. The bill rightly regarded by tho House as our old friend Social Welfare in a very thin disguise, Them was ono omnibus clause in it wbii-h would have allowed the Depart- ment of Public- Health lo do anything lo anybody short of interfering ilic law ol gravitation. The House sniffed in this the Uplift iMenagerie in which Mr. Kowell finils bis greatest de- right ;uid tamed its reduc- ing it to a mere whereas in the pre- amble. Social welfan.1, us visualized 'by Mr. Roweli and his aduilrers, is a congeries ot 0 cm ran ideas', pauperiz- ing palliatives offered to the laboring classes, instead of fan wages and better treatment.'Old age pensions, unemployment, insurance, anil maternity bonuses, arc, 35.1 recol- lect, the chief features of a program which aims to keep tbe Tvorkhiginai under (he employer's thumb by giving .him just enough sop to keep him on of tho poor house. Of course the rigb. I way 1o mend (he workingman's condi tioii is lo' give him 3onger pay ant shorter hours, tho tivo together a margin of thrift and leisure wind I will enrich his old age. any other way than ilia has 110 place Jit ;t new country, lik Canada, boundless in hope, opportunity and resources. Hut Mr. How ell think it lias and the House planted it foot on that Social Welfare claus which was thCj kernel of the whol Howijirjiist naturally backe from liis offspring and banded i over to Mr. Caldcr who will probabt bu wise enough to let it die throug lack of nourishment. The House may i not be in'a hurry to afford tariff but U is not in a hurry cither io add costly fads to an already overburden- ed treasury. .i Another preity toy ilieijomt coin-; mission ,to, .investigate the ire la Lions' bttweeii Capital and which tho Hon. Gtdcati Robertson announces, li qiiito true that, there arc Jit least two reports on ibis subject already in the possession of the Government ivhich may embody the facts, bul reports are four or five years old and Union Government claims the right to a new revelation. The conditions arc Ihe same only more will be (he substance of the report of course will bo delayed pos- The iilea is that if you can get tlie people talking hotly enough about Capital and Councils and such tJio tariff may jet "by without being noticed. I 'By the way the Minister ot displays a sense ot humor. It is to be a commission of. five, two of Trhom arc Lo capitalists in iivbom Ihe people Miave confidence! '-Where are tliesB two miracles io be found? Is one of them by any chance Sir Josepli iFlavelle irhose cold storage friends threaten-us with dollar 'Gutter Tor ilie stmiflo reason that they-prefer tlieir goods at famine prices to Europe to selling them'to loyal Canadians at a reasonable profit. Union lovernntput'going to lake these entor ioncrs by Hio throat and tell them hat their first duty lo K. highly pro ecled homo market ir> to sell to the ' con.sunier at a Canadian iricc not at a price fUtd by the pinch ed overseas. In a word ive are iot willing to starve just to enable Si loECpIi FJavello and his 1ribe to be comes exporters. -What they are frei o cxjiort is their surplus alter- our wants have hoen satisfied. ar thi? hail on SuuJav April at 2 uYIix-k the ptirDOSft ng in tbe j arade to Worship yt 'i The c.'. P. R, have oindi? the un- llsi thy former service of two mixed i a week viil be run on th'H line _________ i uu ibe days and thnr- as former- I ly. This will iiu doubt bring a slight. Twphone Lines To Be [relief to the incouvenieuce that has Kutll South To LlU'ky j Misted during tho. .Mr. Joe Watson who iiaa betn Strike VORKMOST. Apnl 16.-Tho snow. ;ornj of last Kriday and Saturday was s bad a one seen here n-some time. Tlip ic'ephone line be- wecn here and Bow Ijfand was brok- ayd twisted, in fv number of (lie roads were well nigh itopasa- About eight ol snow ud tbe general opinion is that the moisture gone ilo'.vn about u fool, i the fanner.! off Llin aud for a few davs ii is. the cause o! reat rejoicing as luoUiurc n-as needed ;ry badly. Miss Amy Ow.rn returned '.o Lcth- iridpe last week after spending a. few iays at. home. SlcCabe left on Wednesday's rain to spend siTew weeks "With her [aicr at Suflield, Alberts. M.'Greeii is visiting with her laughter .Mrs. H. A. Uillis of Caljary or a couple oC week.s. Pte. V. i-ang1, son ot Mr. Jas. Lang returned home on Tuesday's train Pic. [.Ming.was one of the first to volunteer or overseas service and has seen near- y four years of fighting in France. He i as'accompanied the Canadian boys !n all thelr-hlstorir battles and lias re- number of slight but 'parried on" till he received a more severe wound which caused his being returned home. The familiar figure of Mr. Mac. White is again seen around town. Mr. has spent the winter with his faniUx in Vancouver, returning last week. Mr. i'eur MtArthur, or Toronta Ulobe, is in the city today and ta'lc and the itunienaiiy of UIB l try. Uu is (akice a. trip arouud tJn j i-ity this for I sary by the early morning train. Mr. 'Mt'Arihur for niany yeari In tiie old i-ountry and In New where he carried ou his i profession, ile has writ tea a life ol ine'Uto Air Wilfrid Lauriev, since t df-atii of tbo Ail Odd Fellows are requested to ing the winter in California rtiurued OIL Monday. Mr. Watson looks and is fel-ling better fur his stay in tho south, Mrs. and family who have spent the winter with relatives in On- tario also returned hh >Jr. Watson on Monday. Telephone Lints Mr. Ed. BeaUy, president tbe boar'd of trade lias received word from Mr. LeffingweU, M.UA.. Dial a tele- phone lino Will he cons true-tod Irons ForeniosiJ south io J.ucky Strike anil as doou as possible a local rural line trill be put. in operation. Mr. LefUuf- well also stales that road from Ster- ling" es-si io Foremost wjy bo graded immediately. This will give the peo- ple of tins district u decent road outlet to Lethlmdge and will further relievo the inconvenient railroad Eervice, We would like however, to call [lie atten- tion of the local member to the de- plorable condition of tbe hill I ot town crossing tho Cuin. The local U. F. A. is taking this matter up. Mr. anil Mrs. Knouse art m I (own renewing acquaintances. Miss K. Fraser. 01 the Union Bank staff who has been visiting at iier home at Keeivaliii, Oril., reiurncd on Tues- day's train. Mr. Alfred Medlmrst is Tisiting with his parents, Mr, and -Mrs. A. U. Med- burst. A 'few farmers are still looking Tor good farm hands. Good wages are be- ing offered but there seems to be a slight scarcity of help. If there arc any farm hands around LetbbridKe who caro to wander out this Jar ire feel sure tbat.tliey Tvouiil find places. in tirculatioit. Farming is one oi This Button on ine Gloves WiU ASKTOflCHE GIO7ES ACME CLOVE WORKS LIMITED ,_ .ft. rt TW tttrj VVtfMMV llttti observe on I'nc order paper a nuni her of leading, questions Mr. MM Helen liie chk-f CJoveriiment- wfiip whoso drift is llio lilgh tarif iloclrliic. Kor instance, lie asks -vvha la [ho lolal estimated current anil cap Hat expenditure for (lie fiscal, yea 19UI-1920; are the" chief source of revenue and the estimated revemi' from each source: what other sourci o( revenue arer available. The answc Mr. Miilrtleloii.expects to get Is tha Ilie tariff, like Ahou lien AdhcnT name, leatlg all tltc rest. Another rjues tioii will out a comparison o Income, war jirofils and otiier with the customs dntieg collected an may" reaaoiiiilily fortify an argDmen that .Mr, .Mlddlcton lias in -ivit: that the East paid (lio lion' share. Another question raises InS' contrasts as to the amounts con Iributod by the various provinces t tho war loans. While ITVO very lou ouestions rit the last arc calculated t bring a statement that the custom duties on agricultural Implt moita relatively small and iha (he price of wheat in Canada is lively large Vihen we range It alon sidn iho Argentine, India and Au Mr. KIplinE sw.5 is iml West West and Mr. i.Mlddlelo Cf Idenlly hellevca In sowing the lilt: seeds which will keep them that tho Intereslingr of tUtdU vi'hfch Mr. Mlddleton gathers from tli replies, we may reaaonnbly eTpect Iha ho will iteltrcr a good oldfashlone tariff speech ivheii hell break loate over Ilie 'budget. Tde Iludson'a Hay Co. u Jnr against.Ifcf.assesaintnl of en [Tiflr Canary From War Back to a Peace Basis After devoting their entire energy of tKeir enormous plants lo the war materials, and thus assisting in winning the war. Studebaker will within a short time be back- to full production of automobiles and trucks. t .In addition' to the large plants we now have winch were producing one hundred and fifty ihousan'd cars a year, before the war, we will have a new plant employing men and having square feet of additional floor space. Think What This Means In'ihenrnrKicliouof a new line of cars which 'have not only created a sensation among but also among manufacturers. In fact if you will study the outward appearance of nearly a" the new. models advertised, you will find that nearly all manufacturers have tried in some respects to imitate our Big Six, which is admitted by all to be tbe most beautiful car on the market. Outward Appearance Is Not All We have over 50 of these new models in ihc hands of owners in our territory. Some of them having as high as 1 miles to their credit and not a replacement has been made of any kind.. New Models Arrive A full line of new models arrived this week and are open for your inspection an'd criticism at our show rooms- Three Models The Light Four, the Light Six and the Big Six, th'e mechanical construction identical iu the three models with only a slight difference in body design. Drive One of Cars and You Will Neve i le Satisfied Until You Own One Graham Motor Co., Ltd 412 SIXTH STREETS, PHONEJ1822 ;