Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE POUR THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1919 Detalb MlLY AND WEE K LY ant Publishers LETHBK1DGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED South, W A. Buchanan nd Minasss Director Torrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Office MlUriaJ OKlcs 1252 these memories will so the Has- ler conioUlion that their sacrifices have not beeu in vain, they have fall- en but for a space to await tho rectloc. To tnow crosses in distant j Flanders, aad to where elsewhere our nobk- dead lie, Easter will take us, afld with its Divlno message of hope remove tho sling which the parting here has iaaictei. Audit Bureau of Subscription Ralti: iT, delivered, per Keek.......15 Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mall, per yeir Wwily, by mall, per year......Jl.w by mail per year to U.S.-tt.OO ol eiplry o! sabscrlptlonj pear, daily on address label. Accept- uce'o! papers after li authority to continue the sub- Bcrlption. PA 1CKED UP IN ASSING FOKTUE BUSY MAS Her. Dr. J. II. Hails-wood, one of tho iieiuodist secretaries of social ser- vice, Jfed at Toronto. Cornelius I'eters, a reiurned soUtter. was drowned Tuesday in a slough on tho Z Bar llanch north of Rush Lake. The bost in which ho and Fritz Wounded at Amiens- Having Clean-Up Spasm- Carnival Our Own correspond'n.1 TAUEK, April Another of TAKING IT UNTO CAESAR Tho action of the local veterans in their latest more in regard to tho Hut- terltes, for that is the proper name whereby they should be designated, is one (hat commends itself. Acting vin- e'er a recent order-in-couucll the mat- (er has Veen referred to judicial con- sideration. Judicial advice has been that the new reiinery for western. Can-j tj-e beglnrtag of the great offensive SdSK. IIIOOOSI !U WIliCJI ac auu jo. Singer wer- rawing upset. 1'eters did Taber's gallant lighting sons. Corporal not come to the surface. He served Pierson H. Carr, arrived home on 15 mouths iu Kranco without a scratch.! Wednesday, April ICth. Corporal Carr went overseas with the 3rd C. M ll.'s T. X. Clojton, ot Minneapolis, as-! and was later dratted Into the 1st C. sistant manager of tho Conti- i R.-S in which unit he saw much ntsl OH company, states definitely active service. His. luck held good till NOT AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CONSUMER methods and not by taking tlie law into their owu hands. YVilh the indignation that the pres- ence of the immigrants has aroused, not only amongst the veterans bul amongit the civilian public, there has always been present the danger of rash action eniongst the hot-headed. I That nothing of this lias developed is I so much to the credit of tho veterans, believe In law andf order in re- An important, point in the report ot j moving a grievance and are de'.e-miu Justice Sankey's committee, and one i to ]10 in at. which has a distinct appeal to those whal ,iesiro by constitu- not immediately affected by tbe find ing. is the statement that the increase in and the reduction in hours tional methods. The putting to the test the valid application of the order- in-council is a wise move. Its pretatlon will be in the hands of more granted the miners in Great Britain are not to bo made at tbn expense of j thaa one judicial jnina, and U will be the industry, or at the expense of the aecepted in the spirit iu which tho consumer. In other words that the are taking the matter, being coal industry should not be impaired, determined to enforce rightful me find that the prijc of coal should not to whatp is regarded as wn go up to tbe consuming pnblie. will be worked will be of teiccjittonal importance not only to the public in Great Britain, hut to the public in Canada. It has invariably been the experience of tho public, Trbeu demands of workers in regard to a rise hi wages have been allowed, that tbe long suffering public has been made to ray the price in the increase of the price of the particular commocl- 1 ity. And the price has more often not exceeded in ratio the increase granted the workers. The employers to the particular concerns have only too careful of ihai aiid not above trading on the necessities of the con- sumer This we knpw to our cost in the settlement of the coal strike here in 1911, The provision made In the Sankey report Is.as it should be.-That policy should dominate the settlement of aU indGEtrial disputes where the wage! question is concerned. The framers of1 the Sankey report state their belief that the ground they have in re- gard to the coal industry and the price of coal to the consumer can be made effectual. They are men who Lave studied the situation and can be relied on not to hare made idle state- ments, After fourteen Mrs. r. Aniome. on CM resUent ship _ Cornwall Township, d'.iil at the age ct, davs furiough he will report at the 54 years. She wad the mother of eigh- Og'dcn Home WLcre he will receive teen children, thirteeu sons aud t treatment for Ills wounds. at Edmonton of purchas- ing lluuor ou lick for tho Dominion Store. Will our worthy legis- lators now spcud a few minutes con- sidering Uie unemployment situation In Southern Alberta, where htiutlreds of miners have out of work for nearly tour mouths, Tho projects, too, of Irrigating acres of choice laud and of a urea I Canadian i IS L Highway from Bay to Cape Scott are of more importance iu the eyes of Southern Alberta than Mr. Bimdreau aud his blessed drug store. First things first. The ladles of Knox church will hold a sale of Aprons, children's wear aud home cooking In tho Oddfellow's hall on Saturday. April 2Cth at 3 p.ui, Tea will be served throughout tho after- noon. The following is a summary of tbe financial statement just issued by the cominltteo that had in charge tho re- cent community carnival: RECEIPTS Popular Girl 3SS.OD Collected by subscription lists 1S1.15 Sale of donated goods 259.45 Salo oE meals, ico cream, etc.. 399.40 ;anccit and lectures Dances, fair wheel, etc....... G1.3S ton survive. 53 St At a meetly of the beard of trade officials of the Dominion committee lo interview tho Hon. A. ru'giua Ui mc McLtan rcciuosl thai the gov- customs association have a iviro (rom; ernmont construct a sm able cenient their representatives nt Ollawa lo say walk m front ot the court hcmsa that officials of the associattoa are ert.v. This improvement is glariniiy meeting thu government toil ay to pro-' necessary now Ural Smit. toi 01 tie test against tlie discriminaUon shown roaJ department rtejunl up tho in granting other departments and ex- tension of the salary bonus. For the first time since war was de- park property across the way. Improvements are sprouting every- where, like the leaves in Vallam- hrosa. 0. D. Jett is even decorating clared the Winnipeg post office bejan hjs meat ax blocks, this, iye consider, Tuesiiay to accept' mail for civilians J3 carryinE fastidiousness lo the point living In Germany and Austria. "Mail of However, we have will lie sent to ail parts ol Germany Mt Ule heart (o crjticize severely os -istit of the Rhine. It.will also be ac- he has Just distributed to your corres- cepted for Bukowina. Galicia, -onaenk aud expert gardners in Corlnthinia, northern Tyrol, upper and j an eIpensiT.c bag of wonderful lower Austria and Salsburg and all, Eeed polatoeSp that are to knock the Austrian provinces. The latest news from Ottawa is that drastic action Js lo be taken by tbe Government ID a couple of days, if bis is the outcome of the agitation hat has been created by the presence it ths HutterlfBS that agitation was rvhilo. The onus ot dealing with j .bese alien undesirables is distmctivc- y on the Government, in that it suf- fered them to come in. The rcspon- John Cochrnne, an Indian. 17 years oldp appeared in police court with: the murder oi James Campbell, his 1 Irisb Cobbler into a cocked hat. Tree planting aria gardening have, ecbme a mania since tbe enactment f the pound bylaw. We understand iliai. the Total........ Sxpenses Balance on hand Of this splendid surplus the council rated that be turned over to .lie general hospital, Taber, and that tbe balance be applied to wipe out tho deficit on'the 'flu hospital. Ptc. Andrew Golis who went over- seas with the 31st Battalion, arrived back in Tabcr on Friday. April IHn. We are to sec First Sergeant C. 0. Luehr of the 212th U. S. Ensin- eers hack again and reopening his photographic studio. Mr. Wm. Douglas, formerlv mayor oE Taber, now of Ilow River, B. C., was a welcome visitor in town on Thurs- day and Friday. Tho Wednesday half-holiday by-law will go Into effect on May 1st. Hurrau, for more gardening! QUEBEC PROHIBITION VOTE QUEBEC, April returns on the beer and wine referendum held last week have been received by L. P. employer, a farmer oC trustees intend" decorating the Interior last Sunday evening. He was remand-: OE the school building this summer and ed nntll April was undefend- that tenders will shortly be called tor. i ueounuu, Musical Education The parents have no one to blame but themselves if their children grow up with- but the knowledge of music. And children should leam devote as much care to its study as to other forms of educa- it inspires character, patience and life's burdens, and helps home life. The Vlctrohi and Victor Records open a wide avenue of musical education and study. Let us explain. Como ,-iu anil hear these 64269 Chanson Indoue (from (French) Gluck 74359 Lost Chord deGorgona 18483 Bluin' the Fox Trot Dixieland Jazz Bind Gfnsatlon Step ..Dixieland Jazz Band 35676 Trot......... Smith's Orchestra Smith's Orchestra j............................... Murphy Radiance In Your Eyes Werrenralh MASON RIBCH 5th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE BALMORAL BLOCK Stra'D fldTlled hlm Organized labor re-af finned its stand Miss McLeod, teacher of the 6th gidde In ine Taber school, has resign- ed to take a jHDsitlon in tho school at Burdette. against the Manitoba government's in-1 A.S anticipated the Schuhert Sex- slbilitv Is on the Government, and Rdustrial condition act at the teite on Tuesday, evening last gave and Labor Council meeting iu WInnl-jone Of the best concerts ever rendered Is a responsibility it must ,ace not peg. Tuesday. The proposed establish- jj Taljer> forgot the names oE the v stadioui words but by action. It appears to be a matter of consid- erable doubt as to whether the Hut- terltes were naturalized citizens of tie United States before they came into Canada. It has been urged on the eery, for 14 clcctorsl divisions, give yes votes anrt no i rotes. The report vlll be received un- til April 25. j The Stralford Brass Company has shortened the "working day to nine hours, with the hour's'pay. FRENCH ELECTORAL REFORM PARIS, April electoral re- form bill providing for the election of members to' 1ho chamber of deputies by departments instead ot by arrondls- se men Is passed the chamber last night after an all-day debate, by a vote ot 2S7 to 13S. meht of a board of investigation and artists as fast as they .were announc- arbitration in labor disputes TTUS un-! ed drat iti But their sparkling, vivac-j animously rejected. The men will re- j Kannef, and their 1 '-------......1-u-------------------- varied and brilliant performances still fuse to nominate a labor man as mem- ber of the board. Civic employees of Calgary will vote enthrall us. Orchestral numbers, songs, instrumcnlal duets, read- ings and costumed selections, all of i the choicest, followed one another in part of thi Government .hat, being Lime, if the relation in these aliens bore to the United States was thoroughly probed by the authori- ties for their admission, or whether there was a loose and lax method-in their being allowed to be brought In, been settled by the council. Failing this a general strike will be called of all civic employees. Rev. H. J. McDiarmid, Presbyterian minister, Kf-tnplviile, Ont, la dead. He "Time and iha tlie wait for no He 8.T.M, Vaneourer, B.C., has been appointed ODt" the names the next yes! Two new nurses for the Taoer pital, Mifs Froom and Miss blew into town last Friday.' They are erfdent'y of the right stuff as blew up in the face of a strong ined in THE DAWN OF A NEW EASTER Tna feast -which is the particular Identified with Christianity, an! on which Christianity hinges, V7lil dawn on Sunday. U is the feast of the Christian churcnes which places them in distinction to all other creeds have their professed believers throughout the world. TaKe Easter away and Christianity becomes a blank, in the removal o' all that sus- tains mankind in tbe hope and the lief of a life beyond the grave. It proclaims the everlasting truth lhat Nature preaches out of great book ,that nothing perishes but Is bom again, and that the handiwork of the Groat Creator goes on from age to age with nothing of His creation uorn to perish everlastingly. We may well call tha coming Easter a new F.aster. It is the first Easier Biter the It rises on n world that has witnessed destruction, devas- tation, and death that it has never leen the lot of the world to witness1, and to stand aghast at the overwhelm- ing citcnt of it. Iu the sacrifices lhat hare been suffered the heart ot tho world has been torn asunder En the supreme anguish they have occasion ed. Liltc (ho gentle touch of a grcal Physician, wilJi the hope and comfort It brings lo the tortured soul, the t uua UCCH tiupjjiiitLi n to tbe dual position of field secretary rival nurses mad a it of Sunday schools and Young People's :for 5115S Huntcr' tho man. This old purase will now nave; (or aml professor i hospital, to get away for a well deserr- ito be turned into "Time, the tide, and [of religious education in Wesley Cot- "J i Ihe wind w.ajt for no man." For i the aerial naviKilion la responsible. sinuui itutjimia ui luu Ui Parliament his .decided not to Manitoba will be consummaled cnoh: m muslc handle tho daylight saving question. The responsibility of having fast time or slow lime is now foisted on tho municipalities. What Is Lethbridge going to do about it? The history of Ihe emperor be- logo, Winnipeg. A federation of the public high school teachers of tho province yca ed holiday. Miss Gertie Woodhouse Vrrived home Friday from Fort William, where she has been residing for Ihe She will assist Tuesday, April 22. with an initial en- i on Sunday. rolment of about 500 teachers, It was Special Easter services in all the learned from a reliable source today, local churches on Sunday. It will he known as the Federation ot havo not consulted the grave w e nown as e eeraon o the Manitoba Teachers' Association, digger yet but we hare failed lo find The object of the proposed federation, a farmer who could tell how far the as set forth in the bylaws is: To ob- moisture that tell recently has pene- tain for teachers conditions essential trateii. "Beyond they exclaim. to the best professional service, lo I After a prolonged and expensive ID came a monk Is repeating itself in secure the mainlenance ot a proper vesliialion and a lengthy acrimonious former of Bavaria tag 16 Switzerland and taking up his residence at Ihe homo for aged Cath- olic priests. 3ni Tn' The Sanhey report reakta provision for tho housing of Uie miners in the ollowing manner: Funds are to be raised, chargeable either ohon the out put of coal or by the approprialion of g rojrilly renls, for llio of providing homes for them. These homes arc to ensure thorn the sanitation and comfort which are necessities for workers. The provision shows a very proper consideration and one long needed. Mr. Massingham, In the 13 not quite sure that Lloyd George is Indefinitely aligned with Wilson for what one may call a peace of principle. He- fays: seems to be with him j on territorial qnesllons, against him ftdvancement in Shoemaking IN GRANDFATHER'S The fool had lo make Ihe shoe III it, causing all kinds of foot troubles. The shoes are made to fit all feet comfortably when first v.-orn, If you are not geltlng such mm? tt> us with your footi (roubles entl we will relieve lhat trouble and fit your shoea scieollfically. Comfort the reauH of your visit. W.J. NELSON Cp. 620 THIRD AVE, S. JIUILDINO _______________Ask to Fitted Shoes for AH Aget_____________ ANGLICAN St Cyprian's Church ttr. Ssuth. Rcv. W. V. McMlllin. B.A. Ricior Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. There will be Sunday School at St. Cyprian's at thftc o'clock. Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and Sundays, 8 am o'clock service. 2nd and 4th at U ST. fUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and 8th Street South Rev. Canon J. E. Murrell-Wright, M.A., Rector. Tho services tomorrow will be latea by the Hector... A course of BCrmons Is being preach ed on Sunday mornings on "Tho Ulble In (he Ught of Modern Know ledge." The old view of what the liible Is can no longer be Iicld In lellectually by the new mind. METHODIST Church Rev. E. Cragg, B. D, Fitter. Residence 320 llth St. 3. Pktnct: Parionige 404, Church Study 408 Claude L.A.B., Director 7.30 a.m.: Sunrise Prayer and Praise Jleeling. 11 a.m.: Morning Worship, Subject; 'An Easter 12.10: Bible School and Bible Class, p.m.: SeniorMission Band In Lad- ies' Parlor. p.m.: Christian Men's League In Bapllst Church. 7.30 pra.: Evening Service. Subject: 'Wltneti to Immortality." The pastor will preach at bolli scr vices. Special Easier Music at all sen-Ices THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE In the message of the great festival, Ihe hope that the agonies of Calgary, with the aftermath of ths glnrl.visly risen Savionr, has given to the world. Tomorrow, with a force that it never tad before, lo a bereaved world ring the triumphant message, "They Bra not dead hot gone before." If our Chrlailanlly la true Ihe consolation Ihtt this affords Is undeniable. tomorrow, and the future Enters 'la Canada, .will be Idenllncd ivila lhat Easter battle of two years ago, our- gallant bojs made the DMW of the Dominion famous through- out the world la the canlure of Vimy m lrlal 0( the half with j EMter will bo a day aacreif to aeoortM, anil lo heroes Rko hare before and him and halt against him on the indemnities." Mr. Masaingham Is I reading a stale of roinrl into Lloyd tleorgo which 13 not In keeping with j his characler. QUEBEC'S NEW DEPUTY MINISTER OF LABOR QUEBEC, April of Montreal, chief inspector of inilus- trial establishments, has been appoint. frd deputy of labor of Que- bec. Yvan VallEo was appointed to succeed his tether, the late L. A. Val- lee, as chief .engineer and chief direc- tor of railways of Iho department of public works. .lames Crowther. 523 Dur.te? ulreol aasl, Toronto. killed by clay fall- 1st on him al Iho Sun lirlck Works. Customs Sale On the Day ftf 1919 AT HALF PAST TWO O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON At the Farm of Henry Tenaant, beared three wks tmt of Coults, Alberta. I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION THIRTEEN HEAD OF SHEEP CASH, M. A, Collector of BAPTIST Pint BapUsf Church Corner 9th Street and 3rd Ave. S. fiev F. W. DafM, B.A., Mr. W. H. Wortmen, Choir Leader. At 11 a.m. Subject: "The Compulsion of Responsibility." Sunday School and liible Class at ChrisHan' Men's LcaRUo nl 3.00. nlng Service at 7.30. Subjecl: "Be. itvlng p. Lie." A Cordiel Invitation to All. Rev. E. J. Hodglnt, IZ71 5th Ave. N. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. Capt. A. H. Dendon, pastor. E. F. Layton, organiat and choir leader 10.00 All departments of tho Sabnalh School. 11.00 a.m.: Heginncrs and Kindergart- en (lenarlmcnla. 11 a.m.: Morning Services; 12.30: WE Sisters' class. p.m.: Ulg llrollicrs' p.m.: Chinese class. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Services. Special Faster Music nt all s'ervlccs. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I.O. O. F, HALL Sunday tort-Ice at-U Testfmony meeting Wednesday even Itti! at S o'clock. B.A., Phont 1659 Choir Leader, Sirs. P. Jackson. Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.31) p.m. 10 a.m.: Morning cluss In the church. 10 a.m.: Hoys' 1-tept. of Sunday School In Iho Hall. 11 a.m. Subject: Resurrection 2 o'clock: ncglnnorB and Primary De- parlmerils of tho Sunday School In Iho Hall. 2 o'clock Olrh' Dent, of the Sunday School in Iho Church. 3.1S: Adult Depl. of tho S. S. In the Church. 7.15: Topic. "Tho Power, for Today." 1 Tho paslor will preach in tbe morn. ins and Rev. K. Copoland in tbe evening. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Str.et Blmdar at 11 >.m. Subjecl: "Doctrine of Alonement." Sunday School convenes at the ot the SnMny niornlhg service. Cvanlng, TeiUir.ony mMt lig.at t p.m. (tic reading room Is Optra daily et. ecpl Sundays and ItoldarB. from lo 5 p.m. ivhero Ihe liible and author- lr.cd Christian Science literature mar ho read, borrowed or purchased, Thn public cordfAllj Invited to at- tend tho church services, alao to visit tie read I w room. THE PENTECOSTAL OF OOD ASSEMBLY Cor, 2nd Ave, and 5th 81. 6. Moon Hall Hlginbutham Block Evangellrt Sjmmonttte, Rnnrlays li a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wednesday and Frhtajr, at 8 p.m. Remember, reader: "Oott So You that lie Gave His Tiesl for You." A Welcomt to All. PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION 205 13ifi Street North Rev. C, M. Neve, Pattor, Sunday, 11 a.nv: "The Risen Lord." Communion Service. 7.30 p.m.: "Searching for Ihe Lord." John There will be sptclal rauslr, al Ihr. evening sorvlC-o, JlfJ nrc cordially Christian Church Oliver L. Curtlt, Pirtor Car. 3rd Ave. St. S. Tho Sunday School will unite with (b-> preaching service on account of tin Easier program. The pastor will preach on "The Rlstn'" Chrltt." Endeavor at C.I5: Mra. Trlova Keaslcr will lend. r.30: Veiling Service. Subject: "Bsp. tlied Unto tlfth atcii into Ihe Kingdom. All Cordially iiwlled SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton, C.O. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. anrt School, 2 p.m. .Monday, Thursday and Saturday, S.OO p.m. s Public All Welcome.