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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta nuzrooit TMK umtHttlllUE DAJJUY WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, She IctbbciiKK as treaties of arbitration or reg- ional landings, liko the Monroe Doctrine, sacurlng the maintenance of "cAtar- ana1 HERALD PHIKT- COMPANY, UMITEO I South, W 'A, 'j, 1 staelaaa: Managing Director Ma Torraace Butlnets Manager TELCFHONEf 1ZH 1224 Audit Bwwi ef Cirenl Ratas: Bally, .tsllvsrsd, per .16 Dally, dejmrtd, psr j-'iwr. Daily, by year Weekly, .by jrau. VaaUy, by stall, parTaar a> ef expiry ot subscrMloas ap- yaar daily oh addreu aace of papsrs attar .uajratlan data la ear aitaartry to" ooatnu.ths sab> acrlpllon. 'I5i 'The and the territories of Ibe OttoMn Empire are lo be in the nterects of civUiraUon bjr'v'stiies KliU'L' are willing tc{ maaduoifles ot the League, which will exerclat a merai supervision.'1 '7 To ihe' inKlal 'covenant are added ito following: "The member states accept certain responsibilities with regard to laboj conditions, the treatment of natives, the walte slave traffic, the opium traf- fic, the arms traffic with uncivilised ud seml-clvlliied countries. Industrial and tradejcondtions, public healtb uud Crosp societies. League is recognised as the central body Interested in Ing and assisting 'International activf tfl j Anila' witU Death of Jap Resident Vr.'B. Tamakl, oae of tho best knowti'japs in this [district, also being one of the oldest residents, died with 'flu on Wednesday last. This prosper- ous Jap Hved nine miles southeast of town. He leaves a wife one son in Japan. Mr. and Mrs- Geo. Bells, old-timers of Rarmond, have sold their posses- sions at CMilk and are moving to B. C. Another 'Flu Victim The Tlu claimed another the person of Mies Irene.David, on there are two schools. They may'be Saturday last.. The young lady bad divided tat6 the aeithetic and tha.ttll-j lUrian. Ths former look on a memor- ial to be, in the nature of art, an in- piration, nothing materialistic u- H. latter regard a memorial as something, serving its purpose, will have at the saine time The first may be said to have tie advantage ot the argument in their deal of war memorials in that it re- moves anything of a selfish nature, which, though not meant, reflect! ov tae other scheme Charles quoted in an inter rteir by. the" New York Times, says: "The thing that onr memorials ahonld Is the spirit ot the na- tion aa'a waote; not the soldiers alone bat taa people everywhere who gavs their ssntoe and their sacrifice far tae trfaunpb ol car cause IB'toe war. R was not a war Von only by the ttcatiac it was tie wariot a Tbola aabaa doing baUla for Its Ideal. TJat la Urt_ ipjrit that awiaoratad'by memor laU" The sfelrit of tne natloe, an been III only four days .when the end came. ;lt was a shock to many friends, she being a popular young student at tbs Knight Academy.'The townspeople extend their, heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family. Tha funeral was held this morning In the open air, interment taking place In the Raymond, cemetery., Local and Personal "Mr. and Mrs. Z. N. Skouson have I moved to Lrtibridge, where Mr. Stpu- 500 has been employed -by the Filling Land Co. The town irrigation- ditches vlll -be. ready for tie water as soon as it-Is turned into the caiial. Ai B: Palmer farm of ISO nine. southeast of from W. Palmer. Bry Kenny.-ot Salina, back in fiaymond again after a year's ab- conccrt. Those who contributed to the pfbgrini Mrs: McAnallv. Mrs. Cclemari. Mr: Planting, Hey. Telfer Rev. Cooke IV-enson, Mrs. Mc- Clelland and JJvery item was a top-riotchef and was vociferous- ly 'encored. 'The. one-act comedy, "Try It 011 inado a huge hit come fact, with all tho bases full. Those U.fcing part -Miss Flesher, ileathcote; Miss 31oir and >Mr. johnsou. A great deal of credit is duo.jo Mr. Heathcote, the nuthor of the piece, instructor, stage manager and indispensable everything In connection with the production. Planting's Ice- cream parlor has been purchased "by Mr." Grace and a Mr. Black, from Calgary. 'Mr. Black arrived in town on Monday and is now in charge. A. C. Brown Dies at-Ferule- Police Sergeant Here Eight Years Ago (Special to The HeraU) FERN'lE, April C. Drown, by for thn romlng year are over two mill- ion more than last year. Toronto Masonic ledges entertain ed 4.000 returned soldiers and thalr friends at a banquet in the Armories W. M. Stone, wife ot a former nurj'orof Chatham, siller ot A. B. llcColg, after a week's illness. Alter a prolonged illness, Mrs. Will- iam Briggs, wife of Rev. Dr. William Brlggs, book Etewani of Methodist Church ot Canada, died at Toronto. The Empress Theatre at Medldna Hat were recently fined fifty dollars and costs for.eihibiting a film known as "Nine-Tenths of the Law." No per- A new real estate.oiflce is about to the thrift stampa brtag. The'edncstlon in tha thrift stamp goes bind in haad wttk tke education In onr schools ooe Is the fitting partner otLtaa other It to particularly something for the yoonf and" not above caoaldering by the elders who can do much In the way of enconrage- t ment and co-operathm la making the thrift campaign' here bear fruit. ITALY AMD THE AMIATtC IMUE For yarkxn reasons which an Un ieresfltutad by lias, who the of the Peace la eoddbdbg Jhe termi to be liuuuiii 'CeifTar its d -cistern] has been held np N'ot Ihe amcmg these la the action of Italy IB regard I to tke Adriatic TMi perhaps: the eost coat eat ioas mutter the Confer- tsce has beea forced to with. Tkc claims of Italy conflict with claims of that' tutUoMOity rwarrecf by tie war, tha To this ww'recogahed MttbuHry, in the spirit of the self-determining at ike covenant of the League of Na- tions; belongs AlbamJa and Dalmatla JtuptraSesTto have some argument But the idea is Dot ens that can be ftaeU jls in it aoae- tatag distaitetul ir tha iDreraace that iticks to It that in many ot us are bsUdtng a monnment to our- A war memorial should be distlic tlnhr aoodated ,-rith our fallen sold lers. It la-their-deedi that'should be perpetrated, for it is the fineat insplr- atlon to' be handed; down. Casa GQbert has put seasa and .a'.fine .sentiment his ideal .ol a war memorial. Part of It may well be quoted. .The most impressive nicmu- nent li'dne which; appeals to' the imagination whlcV rests'; not upon iti material use, but upas its Bry is married, ana expects his wife up some -time this snmmer. Czar Fairbanks, road-bnilder for this district, Trin begin work the latter part of'the week. Mr; J. D. Spafford, manager of the Standard Bank driving a new Dodge, delivered on, Good' Friday., The wind of Saturday did to.gnun seeded eatst anil west th'an to and as a" Mpline tractor for Elder Bros., downr -.near formerly chief'of the' city police liere, mit died very suddenly at 4 o'clock this j morning. .Mr. Brown Iras been an in- 1 Notice Is given. in the Canada Oa- valid for several years; suffering from zelte that the Canadian Pacific Rail- stomach trouble, -hut his sudden death way company will apply to parliament 'for an act unthorltlns it to establish, maintain and. operate services by air- craft between such ports within or without Canada sa say be found de- was a surprise to 'his many friends, quita active lately and the streets within a day of his death. Mr, Brown iras 30 years of, age and rtrable. as a member of' the Metropolitan I pltcV'of London before cdmicis to _____________________p Canada." He was well-known throngh-' dent of the -World's Columbian Eipos- out Iho Pass and was ones a resident'; Itlon in Chicago" in'isas and formerly Parlow -Nrles HIggmbothain, presl- e [Have and OrnsM too la Hac .the. taatovs MASON ft RISCH Hst Is ekaagiag bat if yon let as know about tke style and price yoa want we'll Ull yoa wkw sosoatklne saltaMs ooatw "The .rly in the day after being run down by an automobile. He was CD years old. The Red Deer ending club held its annual meeting on April S. and elected the following officers: President, J. O. Pulton; vke-preildenl, P. B. Gra- htim; eiscutlve officers, Messrs. Campbell, .Welll'veri Cobte, John, Bon- nick. The Saskatchewan, .educational as- eoclatlod convention, .opened at Re- with ZOO .members pros- enl 'The were largely formal Dr. Snelll and' Dr. Weir of Saaktoon, Col. .Perrett, of Begina, J. Slftoo; Moose and the new association, were, chosen as, delegates lo the ,national convention of: riiral constituencies at Was Brillknt !Wrs. L. C. McKinaer Addresses W. M. Home (Froin Our OIAGLtOD, Tlie greatest bal land In the town bf-Macleiod was'given by the returned men" in 'rthe: hall .on-: '.Monday' night. -The decorations were in keep- .the. occasion, as..was of prpgrmj fdaallsn. -.From such i on ttc Adriatic the seaports Italy .accsM u ika Ma, ike raiae u UK ia Aiiiatfc It rs New York Tlin's The answer lo IhK woul I to that ifh t lhat gtiits It BO 8lmHe lint tliil It t'iiat il ipm'p tlmftn worth a nlckte to know that he posseasos (t. PvOMK, 'April a Aort siege by Uavarian and Wurueni', burg troops, the jcommuntstsj In Mndau. on Jjake.Coiiat'ance, have been defpalcd oornpielely, accord- ing to raessagcit Deceived- from the Bavarian fronl.er. V The government ifMcJi ;tiad hecn hy the', eotarauaisls has been overthrown. police- force'there prior 'to 1912. He and Company, died Friday in the um- ml Palace, had been taken ERMETICALLY sealed in its wax-wrapped pack- age, air-tight and impurity- 'I; 0. Mittllibwii, priifotiir' In Me. Mailer iinlveriiils Toronto, hoi re ami wlil.be ome (f fn Haven. Conn. Do YourtFeet Hurt? y i ,t-i Are r Aching the Time? Scboof's AripHancea for '.the mechanical relief of you comfort. fliol fnii filfff.liy nu (ho rtsul! Is Comfort. i 'prtfA-rrx tfii.i store with no coat, so ,ifttf not Inls fact to wnen next bnytirg ASK TO BE FITTE.D SHOES FOR ALL AOIt W J. NELSON AVENUE aoOTH 1UIL THIRD is hygienic and wholesome. The flwt's for young and Be sore to let WW6LEY5 ;