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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK U-TTMBRIDGE DAILY MONDAY. APRIL 21, 1919 _ >w 1 vi-o DCtalOL, Tmta u to In necwily >t present for to Journey to Cal- U point South Country. TMs, at LCTHBRIDGC HCHALD MM COMPANY, UHITIO StrMt feuth, W A. Buchanan Maaacuac Diractw TCLiW HOMES -IS AMtK Hataa: OaCy, tallvered. per daftrered, per year Daily, kr stall, rer year IPttiklT toy null, per ywr Weakly, by saall, per year Dates at eiplry ol subscriptions tf- yaar daily ra-aMTMe Accspt- oei iii JJ U UU M U Shortly Kw of Tire- (From Our Own Blalrraore, April Junget ot (he R. X..W. kfen neglected! is'.this P., will saortly leave Blalrniore for Fernie, B.C., where his headquarters will be situated In the future. Blalrmore will not be a division point ot the Mourled Police us w at one time expected, but will be Inspector Junget has been In chargo ot the Crow's N'wtPaM division 'or >orje years aiid-his his rleuds here will be greatly felt. In his new command he will have charge of territory covering .from (Jrow's In Kootenay G. B. Catonlo was brought before he local on-Thursday afternoon charged with carrying a loaded rifle, and was" sent to Leth- bridge to await his trial at the Mac- leod assizes. The occupied some showed thst oil the night of..April 15th, Cfl Day. May Mta. been appolated are already at wnrk geltb( tie rartous to lino and the which w'Ul unit ot school children, retained in unUorn. side shows afternoon will W devoted io poay racing, athletic rock drilling Bating contilU and various other aattsemenU oa grounds ot the Cranbrook Agrlcultiiral Association. Special tares being arranged with the C. r. K. lor this celebration. Although it is yet iu the sea- son, auto tourist through this district has opeud up with a ruth, al- ready five partlea from the United States have arrived here and after a short stay, proceeded on their way to via Crowi Nest Pass Nat- ional Hiciway. KOOMYVALIEY B. C. and Idaho Have 77000 The Plaits hands of the majority of one party, .Much of the point ot tke and the way the general election was worked, in the election of. what has been called members by the coupon iystiS" ETadoUion (o tiis ThereTcan- not tat nraca diwatisfaetjon- in 3nlaia u apt ears ?a- certain in Ulting against Ibis .pol- been blanted but it is f'JII as good political ammunition IB pnrrjduK transportation facilities far otser railways noli act co Premier .Stewart has acted on a rcsaaaalbllity hi the Governments taking r.ver and the Laconbe Valley Railway Bttad 1 In his ranTwaf poBey the Premier ot 41bcrU has tke Interests of Pinnace Tata has shown ii the acopoul take over and oijr Mi tke branca IIM of tke Grand Trunk Pacific nrovinee should the province bejcatfed on lo pa> tie latarcstt on LtTMIfllOCe AND THE ot a Normal School to; LetfebrUce, tar as" the a an rest; In Iliat kept in mlndl TMi ita.te L the anunut of is Impos- ing lie farms to the limit oa Germany demltag with the ex-Kaiser. The etectioa o! last year was a war with the fate jot Germany and that ex-Kaiser the main mat- ter which detcrmlaed lie votes ot the electoral iWitlT the delay in the Peace CosJerenw. there may have a disappointment, though the The electors almrsd that a with Ger- waated stern. measures and iac which may hare the suspic- ofeon very active in furthering the pro- cct for it is felt-that -the result would add a large area used in increaa nf. the weaiih" prodncinE capacity ot he district, especially in a. settiement irhere the climate such tbat apples, plums, cherries and'even peaches are all tuese be grown on flats, yet Ihe.agriculUral possibil i ot this fertile, alluvia! plain are minUoki: To fnrth'er assist in the netotia- A bill to create a peace bridge be tweeii Buffalo and Fort Erie, Ont. to be known as Ihe "Roosevelt Mem in memory' of the late Theodore 'Roosevelt, and also to be a nonument to the 100 years of between Canada and the United States; as -well as the successful con- clusion of the great war, h-is been In- troduced into the New- York Stale Senate. Rev. Dr. R. Lalng, president of ttii Halifax Ladles' College since its foun- dation and a former pastor of St. Matthews' Church, died Saturday after: loon. After a brief illness he resign- ed from the presidency of the ladles' college some months ago but the res- ignation was not to take effect until May 1. The postponed sitting of Ihe court of King's bench Is to be opened at Prince Alberta Tuesday wllh a dociet of 25 important criminal cases conifl- Musical Education The parents have no one to blame'..but 'ihemselws if their children up yfith ftut knowledge of music. And children ahouU learn devote j care to its as to other forms of educa- it inspires character, patience and life's 'burdens, anil, helps home life. The Vlctroka and Victor Records open a wide avenue nf musical education and study. I-et ns eialaia.-.Ceac aad aear these _ M2M 743M 14483' Chanun Indoue (from (French) Gluct know-when 'the final "peace terms had TUtoally committed ttielf ;o siving tae aeil Normal Schoor tp BdroDirtoir claims of 'for a School have been placed be fore Government for a coaiid-r able anlod, ihd, the esiabtlshmeat NorfeaJ School irere Is still a.dis wits', no. definite. uader- axe pobltsbed taut of and the SontlP.Cpnnlry will not jrudje Bd- (laatOD, t Normal School, but they ijire claims for the same which they ilghtlr consider should arrest the at -of- the fA monton Oorcnniei i VetbbtMge-15 centre ot larft ramrcoaimiclty. In the !f thirteen the iofk of Grade XI wbicbi e' discussion over tions, the provincial government hav.e added their Interest in the area- to the Domlniea government If lion is feasible fnion EOrernment that reclama- tion is not feasible the provincial gor- lernmeat -will pay, the cost ot all work of investigation and the land will be kept .by Federal' "at The Idaiib rata share of tte aSsWrey of their rac tarnation area has, already .been Idaho ns's for pur- irase'pV reclamatipn tie 'uatbreak lot wartte Ap.pa.nad- an -side 'and- 1918 .when .engineers .aealiij work. During Ibelr seaaipn of 1913 Uie egislafure "of B.r C.; dlscnised tbe em and it was .decided; that the pro- ject, ot It was thought by iif the tend conid- be -reclatnied. In" time that it could be used as j -soldier settle meht.. -v'" proposed scheme, consists .of-the the fats p( UK colonies taken from the Oersuns, introduced by President Wil- son, not snch---'-as to hafe any par- bculaf appeal to the Britten elector- ,te As in all local factors had spcvelhing to do in af- fectini the resmlt in Central Hull. But lween employer m atHsn ef the turn over they j its plan for the employees ''From Own. CRANBROOK, B. April rangements' by the Cranbrook the O. '.Vf. V. A. assisted by energetic'business; men ot the city, grand celebration ,in Crahbrtjok construction, of adjvatable dafii across the.outlet of Kooteaay so as-to control the lerel cf.-tte_.lake and keep the lake iwl" riTer :froni nooding the land to' reclainied drains or dykes could be constructed cm the flood plain of the vaJiey. probably a record for western Canada. There tff. charges of to be tried, three of them be- ing, in-connection with (he Steep Greet crimes of hst autumn, when James McKay and Corp. Horsley wero killed. Judge Slwood will preside. OfficaalB ol governnMsrt are in the west to.buy young breeding cattle as "part of a plan by" nation to lacreaae Its dairyina; herds, accord- C to aeOned :rnmors current in liTeatock circles. Efforts lo confirm tae-.-ramor have so a, but men promlneni abattoir andicaitie market ctrc- authoritiesj in London, taformed: the correspond entoi the Liverpool Poat.wltll regard lo mail and: >dney, tne Canadian'i. is said to-be considering, th'aj .'In., 1W5..and 1906 .prc-TM mails. transferred at orwanied thence by rail reached their destination earlier hanbytheSt. LAwren 'of whlli jasaengers saved.'tt hours comparer wltt RJmoutki. takers'-office at Westminster eon a model of'i ton hovel ship cannot be Mrhnuiy considered, par- ticularly with what taa gone before. Premier Lloyd George has a partic- uljr'difflcnlt position to nil. He has made tie target of the .N'orth- cliSe press, and, subjected to criticism Wilhont any awtlcular-'consideration auiletles of his position. Politics .in the Old Country appear to have an-interest, in acquiring shares Is' the way to engender good feeilnj and co-operation which but help towards the succeste of the com- pany.- dualities for entrance to the Normal be tSe melting pot The cauldron. I place on sidewalks. The city police are liard on. the track of the is but of i the (From Our Own- OrTesswndent) WARNER, April Rev. C W. Isaacs was in town from Cardsto on Thursday, looking after parocaia matters here. The Rev. L. Grsnt held Lnthera; services here on Good Friday. M. L. Gordon, formerly manager .he Bank of Commerce here, is spent ins a few days with hta broiler an renewing old acquaintances.. Sckod art in tbe fol, Taber, Warn and It would net be'coming of the.fine weather, this is after the signing of-, the.itlraely In nipping (Vine bud what threatens t'o beccfmd a pobllc nuisance. lowing er CDaWahr MtBt 'Riyer, Raymond' peace iBrras to see Mr tuTdrtoa, Plnclwr i mute t freslrilnjeal lo the country to I Clareshoim, anrtl Tiwlwate The Germans need not worry.about fcstna. in addition to in the Old with honor in being reluctant Mbtft 'are' fonrteefl schools In the, Cwntry ek'tioa at sign the pe.ace terms._ They'have terrlWy teachrag' up 'to the standard desire for a Wll-on peace, i to ahow the 'Alilod nations that Oradt X witS Aery likelihood The vlewpohit is fathered by the they thoroughly appreciate'whit hon liking np Grade XI in the fu Elsven of theee schools are Con lolWated ttctiool', and there are greater kniher of Htrii schools the LsskbrWge territory tintn In of- the iRTIN RUNAWAY i Our Owv t-VOIiEOD, April H. who haz been maaater of Ford paat- few. moaithaV-has; bought an interest U n Retlaw, aad Is moving "with alt lamily to that progress ire town. We predict for him-a tvccawfal jw..aati. a large InmoTjir in Mrs. J. tt'fofiTcjrputploB Wedneaday to" spend V, through wonacls, hot tienl MV- The .municlpaltty oC Brtltt have appointed a healtk T. Johnson and rnd, -Wood, with the power at calltac a third a ft bund necessary, In any or sick- MS that'll feqilre medical attention, coming under tha of tke nniiictnaitty. Just- miles the horses took over; :irnihrg the bargr-and' leaving him on the prairie. -He WM picked op' by jwssinc oelthltors. him to he now lies un- der care at fering from'cuts (n UM Vftft akd'HT eral br'uiaes-oa >arts othii.body. Dar- ing: lie past war recaifeil I ajf Bataii 17ft. Macleod aad district was shocked to bear of the of Mrs. Hirasi She baa iot the satisfaction >ou want and pay for, :o that a letto.r to KUter" win give yod same when you reirolre farther plf of ttolwea'r.' We may require in Footwear W.J. NELSON Co. ttt X'tBUg WHTTH SMEBLOCK CAKAJW Maple Leaf Tires are giving excellent Mtufocticm. A man a rignt to exped much ffbm A the Maple Leaf are surely or mt NAME tltert itthif very ,___ featuft aboat Mapie1 Tirei cort no more thnn Plain your dealer far Kfaph Leaf Made Tsv. r ;