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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1919 Till-; 1.I.MLK K TMIHTEKJS tFJICKLECHOSENCHAIRMANG! OERII1LES First Showi Thai Are Going To Hare Kouf k TitM OTTAWA, April F. Xittimou, lb aervlcet to the state. Kor thii reeaoa alone, he thongM they be awar wltb. Mr. rtelatas etroaaly concurred In thla view. CUrk that no aerloue wnli hare to tlUaa la the Btee> of the people" it they had act beta cwUtrta etch pntiulon. Thai to UM re- ft. NMdtetare, "todteorim- of keaon hu led to Cmrt MM tit Mnlf eijnMkm of to ttat with a reeom- tkat ihould not J> fttture be generally propoul did not, however, meet witi the approval, of the committee. HprWIiery Oa the aiiuestlon ot R. L. Rlcb- the committee decided to dls- cuu QVMtltw ot hereditary tltlec. Richerdion favored making npcrt on the line of his amendment to the Nlckle resolution in the house. Tali would itop the cranllng o[ hered itray titles lo British subjects resident In Canada and the titles now held by tiling for their titled Dr. Michael Clark said he rec- ognized that he did not agree with the majority of the committee. The git- Ing of a title, he uld, was a mailer between His Majesty and his jnbjects. __ Ho was willing to ndmit that In former I ilays "when knighthood was In flow-, to tD. there was more "to be said in fav- or of the granting ot titles than now. Dr. Clark thought lhat on account of Ms views ho really liad no right to Git In (hi) committee. Mr. Nesuiit thought that the mem- ber for ReJ Deer should not make It e. personal matter. The fact that he Canadians would cease on the death JEALOUS OVER WOMAN MURDER AND SEUICIDE PORTLAND, Oregon. April A. Q. Foster, 3S years old, proprietor of a dru? store in a hotel building !iero, early today shot and killed JoVu I--. tloddell, olKht clerk In the hgU-l, and later turned his revolver uyon sell' and shot'hlmsotf live limes In abdomen. His wounds aru ex- pected to prove fatal. The cause o! the trouble, according to the police, was Foster's Jealousy of Ooddell over woman living at the hotel. SASKAJH G.W.V.E1CE it Want Board With Somelhing of More Prac- tical Management of the preieai holdors of It wae admitted lhat nothing could be done tn the- case of Canadians who have the right to sit En the house of lorti. The committee decided to recom- hat It would make its report to the house in the form ot an ad- dross embodying recommendations. Remove Hereditary Feature It was unanimously agreed to recommend that hereditary titles in Canada ehould cease on the death of the present holders of such titles. It wai recognized that the machinery by which this' would he brought about MOOSE JAW, Saak., April dier settle a resolution. severely criticizing Uie1 licarrt, was tbo chlol topic In the final session of the Groat War Veterans'- Association ycatertlay ilternoon. -.Several dtle- gates spoke strongly on the .question, and Major Aehton ivaa criticized for his administration. The resolution re- commended that the board be com- pletely- reorganitea officers more in accord Its intention; Sri control, with" local agencies of wider powers, and that tho conven- tion views with alarm and dismay tho excwsiva of money In in a minority--was no reason why wouia haTe to D, (0 Hu Majesty lio' should not servo on the- commit- .i.-1 and the' Imperial eutboritlee. Titular distinctions were neit dls- cniied by the committee. Hon. W. S. Fielding eone amusement by pointing out that which follow a name do not appear to eauee objec- tions. The elimination of inch titles at "Sir" and "Baron" would satisfy moat people. No one, he Bald, takes tee. Mr. Xickle agpin thai the commitlee would be expected K> bring in a report on the granting of zll