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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE R.N.W.M.P- AH fail fvr.t iM! thft North via lo bo absolutely JlflvindfJ, to lha uklcs oxer of witfl by tbc western provinces. fllarci among the L'nlitJ Stock Nrcedf-rs' a cob I of gTatlturin ici iMs forco for Us EmUei iu j t at v whU'N tfftuhS afitWj' Iho nfvurii frjwmth ar-J fCU-ttf: the pnHlnrUI lorvv. It U v- InU'ollon, (KMT I: (rota 'EtocV men i ihstu An enquiry by K, HI i1 hard son, P! _ addressed to Sir Kobvrl 1 lord en, cvoVeO reply from prime mlnUler In vrhlch he oullinHl ihe new R.N.W.M.IV They wiH be cMlftl Into use as guar dtacs its. nllbo'jjb '.it it tho MM l rtcd 0-jt. ihruufcheui guarantee (or tho of iwn'o >ud gooU orxldr within tlu1 vtu.v. "With m !tu> IMnl point la will of ibe boundary line, as i uivn erYkifm-y lo walck altehsi and io generally (ve provincial and I tblifse il ecrya ihfc which are related to-is ouly (air lo assume ibsl govern- die vrar, riiher'than 10 keep Uw, ttont a( Albvrta will organise an ofleo- among clliWns.or the land. Sir Ito-j tire IOTCO. fcYiunhly. wlih rvpiml io fcert's letter reads" l ihe continuing of lUe duiivs -Dear Sir.-l to acknowledge of for the receipt of your letter of Ihe a In whicli you transmit lo m? a copy of a petition, skned ou behalf ot the Western Canida Live Stock Union, tht? United Farmers ol Alberta, ilie Western Sloths. Growers' assacla- lion, ihc Alberta Haiise Driers' as- focIfltJon, the Alberta Cat lie Breeders' association', ihe Alberta Breed- ers1 association and tho Albert a Swine Ilreeders1 rusoi-iaiion. In Ihia poll- iion you set forth: The Royal North West Mount cd Police have In ihe past rendered IB.W and efficient.service lo'mainiatu order; t "CD Thai, owing lo their seoil-mlll- iary orgaaiuilon, Their Iradillons and "standards, they afford a feeling of ihe agrexnieui with (lit province of Alborta. In 1905 when ihe province lirst organliiil, an arrai: semen i was made whh gov- erumeni of the I'roviuce that the Mounted Police shouM as a measure, continue lo enforce the crim itial and other law a In ihe iirvvltu'e. li Is well understood that such an arrangement '.vis oiily ietunorary, as the duly of enfiKvius law and order Is ona which rcsls iMiiirely with the soiernruent ot the prorlnce. Owing io the war und conditions arising iherefroui, iha sovernnienl of Canada considered li necessary thai ilie whole strength of the Mounted Police should be available tor -Dominion tiurposa. securl.y .0 the settlers m ths rural They iba govern- tl (nvj, ttl J-JUri ft iMilvivtiii I U J orJ--r !u ti j Cillrens Will .Mil! In Carrying Out 1're- r.ving Arranged I'lans Ujv, on Al'rll J7 ulll wiTYtJ In Mlih all (he lihuiiisiu u( other K tlid rJli- lens as I'JUv'h In their ks as tho rily roiumtfstoima be- UfVi- they. have. Al tbts niorulnt's moctius o( the city ojuucll. voti-d Arbor tlLiy ap- V'roprlalion. auJ Convuiiisloner (Jraco in full of (lie orgaulin- lion. Allbough trii? will not elose on Frlilay. Ihu Links and all vuWe offices will be dosed, there will bo a holiday in the schools, ami Ihe clly commissioners are quins satisfied tlntl Ifcuilcrson park, wticrg the work lor Ihe day will be centred, will witness ON'lY ONE CANADIAN IN THE CANADIAN OFFICE IN LONQON ill IE MEN ill U InJUalr I bj llu> llil, U vi ittp tbf Ihil II mUfu ru-iie iu it li fuM-tO lit vuU'rri t-Jiicl.i.lp tt-t THI4 It ('t bom, ct> Full Return! o( Ifit Purchjje Hcrtes by Ihe Oinidiin CDVcrn- merit Ottawa, Aitrll rotisru Uij uii ihe of itio huusu whlcli showed Ihiii iliero haJ rurvliasctl for the Canaillan army for Iu und In Tlierv ivas for Ilipse horses In I'jH, Jl.-37.ll3; in and IQ 1'JIP. The government had no Information PS to purchases ot ilio ulllcd iiAtlotts IP Can ait x Auoihor return shovij that of Hie as blB a i-rowil ot amateur laff of cammli. anil ircu pinner '.there will be Inadequato' proiection lor families In rural districts, and thai stealing will be carried on. to 'aa extent Tvhfch will render ti. Impoa- lo successfully carry ou ihe.basi- ot stock growics. That il Is, therefore, desirable to relain ICQ. Royal West .Mounted Police enforcement ol the criminal law within Ihe proTince ;of Alberta. "Wilb regard to the first, 1 apprecl- :ialc very highly the tribute paid to iihe efficiency- of ibe -Horal -North AVest Mounted Police. With regard the second, I recoeriiie Ibal ihe 0( Albertl' be dislrlbutod on'the follosviasr prin- ciples: :U) A Eirons and efficient patrol of (he International boundary between ihb Lake' of the Woods and the boun- dary of British Columbii. A close supervision of all enemy aliens residing wiihiu ihe pro- viuce of Alberta and other prairie proTincts. .To conccnlratc al ecnlrnl poSnla'as great a number of Hie force may be available, in order that any dangerous breach of the peace may be with promptly and eUecLively. "I desire to say ihai I give the NOT? An Appeal to the Opponents of Union By the RCT. HUGH PEDLEY, DXf, of ''i tlbn of of tho Pres i; leTlap.'jJelhodist, aid Congre Chnfchts a Unl -i over fourteen Ihe 47nn nf tha. fn inn nf Ihn ilfc-d ''Cburch ot Canada bos been a subject eaipesUand practical discussion.' I' During" that Joiiit ComniJUee of over one b nod red men hare been at t'l-xork mth a'ricV to i" and practical basia of union. They hsve met wilh unti- 'l pected sncceaE. The ot Union fullr framed "represenls practical Or unanimity on the part of the framefi j- This Is EizniScant and impor- tant Bat an oppoiHIon. has sprung up In of the Presh-terian ohjctt, boldly avowed, -Is lo f 'irustrale this endeavor after union. i1' It Is iniich to explain this oppo- j- Eition than It IB to jnstiiy It But it ;i thonld be jusliried and by the men. tn- the loglrtjns call'Ure f.burdos e! proof lies Trith Ifaem. The jj; question they, hi.'- to ansrer lsr Why Ebould not lila 'DuioQ be consum- mated? WhyVnpt? and the answer must be "such as'to Lite into account Et leasi five tonsideraUons. :Tha first Is tbat the Now Teslnmeat la In Its entire spirit and outlook.on Ihe side of Union. I defy any one to read the' Gospels and rise from the J- reading with any olher conviction than liat Jesns.was on of Uaioa. 1 challenge any one to read i the letters of Paul to the Corinthian ChpFch acd pot ba b7 the horror with TFbich the ten- dency to break ap Into sects. It Etarlles him as U a fice were about to break forth or a nest of simfc'es to be The second [5 that Ihe mature Juds- meat of Ihe world Is behind the prln- ciple tiat strength lied It unity, "United Treatard, dKldctl we Is iQaiim Ihal has Its r.oot3 r' down Into generations ot eiporlence Tta third Is that nesptlatloie carried far forward, have In- patient labor and larte pense, and at two pliotil points re- wived their deterrnlnlns Impulse J from Presbyterian leaders, Principal ,-Patrick of Winnipeg, whoae words >bad Impartiality of a newly irrlTed but well disciplined mind, and 'Principal of. Toronto, '.wtterance had the weight of a life leap la Canada, The Essumtr-no light responsibility whl. lo r-nder futile all llils mass o .thought, effort anfl prayer. In Ihe fourth place there Is a very Krlons prattical problem Involved Jbat problem was InEdrertently in '..traduced by one of the speakers H a recenl meeting of Iha anti-union part In, Montreal Ife was relerriog lo th General la i fn Montreal, and he parenlhe- tlcally eiclalmed, "Thank God not Ir And why "thank God no Bscausc, and .__ thlny, the West 19 1 of this Union, and Ihe Ant men feel that their cause U on" Iho oth-r side or th Lakes. F- Whal Is the condition cf things on vast and ___ country; three 'great trtinV lines 0 rallvaV, each of which Is lite a'.nee' fliee on which heads of various threaded, each bead a colltcttc beings; conmaaltifs th: ,-by the rerj conditions nuder are broaght'tofclber drlTt a type ot Ufa In (tradition counts for lUtle and the I.O.D.K. t Is rJrO the Intention ot ComniLs- Grace lo have nil civic employ- ees at park on that date to In ihe work, With the" money appropriated this morning-, it is the city's intention to start work Immediately preparing for Arbor day. Holes will be dug for tree- planting on the west end of ilia park, and lUete holes will be with dy- namite In order io insure good, tree growth. Park Supt. Mitchell Is prepar- ing a plan for tree planting al Hen- derson park, and It Js-lhe city's in- tention to see that of this work Is (lent earli year. An arrangement, is' also to be made for the purchase of a centrifugal puoin which will Lo used for pumping water for irrigating the trees at the park. LABOR' DELEGATES TO THE U. S. Londoci April Apri representatives oi trades unions hove been selected io visit the .United Slaiijs. They are C. W. Dowerman antl J. H. Thomas, of the house of commons. They 'are lo 'explain-' In detail the measures taken in to solid- ify ihc labcr resources of tho country and encourage co-operation. heri> and seven lived In Ncvv[ Xealand. South Africa has .n. staff cH SO, five were born in South Africa and three lived there. REV. HCCR Potcr, DJV il you find In the West OT, this people In the West ara king Iheristlrea the question, Why ould "we not worship together? We eed-Gad'. out nnlTersal netd Jesus Christ, tbe rierjd.anrt helper, of stmggling folt.1 fc need all the'help .and fellowship can'get In shaping this new life to fiat which fs hlcfc and noble. ".Why ot get together? Why not -worship jrether? the opponents say to Ibat? They -EZY to these you can do it in a certain way nd on a limited scale. They say that DU may do It In one place by the lethodists becoming Presbyterians nd In the other place by PrcsbyUrl- D9 Methodists. But the ,en of the 3Vest eay -.WhyJhare this" ulial and ineffecllve method? Why ol In every communllyJ Why ot find, what the Predby- Congregalionallsta 'bate In ommon, and worship and work oa hat basis? Why not? And they are a right, a right you may ba sure bey Lo the full, lo Bay o the opponents, -Why iiol? and to de- mand satisfactory .answer. .In the .fifth place 'the proposal- to nlte has awakentd Interest that goes ejond UK three negodallDg bodies. I 71 quite 'conTlnced that'-iht'thinking, Canada, both Pro- ealant and for he oufceoie of unlly. I know that In'Bntaih.'ln ther United Slalej and In far-away i Do- mlDlons'aiid foreign .lands expectant Lurned-In thli dlrec-' Ion. We have gone a good part of ths I way towards the eonsummallon; Vhy not jo the rest of tbe way. .Why cot Cac'ada have the Joy and the-, :onor of cpeolcg up a.nsw chapter In he history of Ihe church? Why cot? This la question and I ttosa who up fo the present have been .will.-appreciate. signlBcan'ce..-'-., i" I to ifo with t.'ii rno- Lives which haroiled men to opposa this union. It Would he Impertinent and TinchariLahle to can them'ln ques- tion. Bnt I do say Ihal In view of tbe oo tons advanced, the oppon- ents BTO assuming an enormous toast he prepared lo give Lhla, not? an an. sirer rnoat DIOIE Granges are'eocx! fat you eat-more of them. When you ordsr today, ask for Suh- kbt. They are good oranges. Uniformly Good Oranges Fruit Grc as the minute they left the oven the way you always gel in the triple-sealed .Cartons. Plain or Salted.' Packages only. :-For a change to something equally fresh and delicious, try our GRAHAM WAFERS Hcrth-Wtst Biscuit Co., limilci .EDMOIITON ALTA. Fancy China, Glass and Dinnerware We niiiiiy pretty in Dinuerwaro. .Trices IVoin (o per set nl' 'pieces, WE INVITE XOU TO CALL AND SEE OUR MANY LINES OF N O T 1 iJ E IN FUTURE WE WILL NOT RENT. OR LOAN DISHES FROM OUH STOCK. MnJor'W. L. Malcolm, b( tno Cana- lian Artillery, is gazellcil a Hcutcn- Groceries and Fruits Owing to the sharp advances Jn food we'can make'It werlh your while to trade with us. Special prices on cane loll, We.ndvlae people lo buy In Urge quantities. TOMATOES, RHUBARB, CEL'ErtY, ONIONS, RADISH, LETTUCE, FRESH STRAW-BERRIES, 25o PER BOX. Special for Saturday iSiiiilcist Oranges, 2 H. A. McKILLOP CO. PHONES 1113 AND 415 Home Cured Hams and Oni1 customers Icll.s us onr luiias mid bncon arc unexcelled in t'layof say.lliey iirc to aiiy ollici'. At any i'ittc select 1.V the choicest iiiKl'Uiio'w oiir indluid is said (o be the best us scud yon an ortlei: tomorrow. Anvonc purchasing 1 Ib. ol Pea- nut Butler, Maple. Fudge or Plantation Kisses at 30c can buy Ibe 2nd pound of fudge or kisses At5c. Or lib. Fudge'and 1 Ib. KIsF- es for 40c, Anyone purchasing Stuart's qlcum Pcwder at 35c cau, buy he 'secocil 2 hollies of-StLia'rt'e. Flavors ror'SOc, lal at Or Talcum. PowJer anil trad for 40c. Ex- Anyone a 3ft article can buy a Ib. "of Peanut Butter, Fudge or Kisses, f or 3c. i OnePali'iolic Ballon (liven free of popcorn. two packages EVERYTHING FRESH MADE Dcliciout Home-'Hade Caf.dy ''and Cnspettcs Third.Avenue, Beside P. Burnt We Have a Full Line of Fresh -Meats for Tomorrow DELANYS LIMITED "The Home of Qiuilily ;