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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T IK UCJUIMISHiK DAll.t WKDNKSIUY, APH1L 30. 191', BAILY ANO WMKLY MIOGI W'.'A. Tarranca Btulctu U jibe discrimination involved iu Ibe i jilau. lu tbe circumstances it is not to be surprised at. As 'bo employees point out. tue t'ost ol conlnioOUiOi is the sama to the low wage man as to liisb vase nilsht tuva foae further aud said '.he; the cost of living shoe pinches tbo mau will' Itss wages more, anil the man with more wages less. The Increase (or are for a specific purpose, to meet tbe pressure of the high cost of liviaj. Iu its appoitionnient it B not i case of taking iato consideration the.ques- liion of Merit in the vrajr of special ability. That lias already bean provid- ed for in the present scale. In askins for a straight, and not a. percentage raise, the employees, in lour opinion, have made the only fair and reasonable proposal possible. If i the city can meet the demands of the Audi.t Sunau of I men in ibis respect it would be well. Suticripllon I evcn mile straining on the part lne Commissioners can 6o a, far as possible in doing this Iliey will be only in agreement ail those who are ol oue mind on the rightful opin- ion that living conditions of the wage earners demand and deserve Setter- mint, and all means to that shoald be employed. UiUrU! Olfic. IMt 1224 STOLE FLAK Nobieford Case of Great tsi Made While Owner Awav for Winter by mail, ......J1 60 by per year to P.S..U-M ot expErr ot 4ail7 01 atUnn.Utiel. Accvpt- o( pipers ftlttr ti PEAR OF POLITICS IN GOVERNMENT "When, in -ibfc House of Commons. Qlpn. Rpdolphs Lemjeux slated that' Stauglinessv, biased tliough might be. was right when he [lie Canadian Nut fowl Railyiy system THE SYSTEM OF- THE MANDATE. The mandatory system devised -by ttift Allies (or dealing vilh the terri- (fruiu Our Own April of the Peace J. Harris and'K: i" t'rans- toun were last night iu trying cases which cotisEdonifeto al interest. It seems that Mr. Gal- enkamp bad left IMS ylaeo SOTUO. miles out ot Noblefarvl during the winter and ou his return found lhat considerable of his properly had been removed during his absence and his cocuplaiuts led io these charges being brought by Coast. Hackle ot tho A. P. Wnt, fteorge. Jr., was first charged with stealing certain harness. He. had evidently btea led astray by oihers and his lather discovering Ihe stolen property on the premises bad ordered immolate return. He rU'adutl gitil ty anil was fined ten dollars and costs with a very sharp tram fug as to his 'uture conduct. Edward Lange, a naturalized Can- adian of Geroiau birth, was then charg- ed with stealing a quantity of llax. He gui'ty. Peter de Cook as wit- ness in this ease stated thai he helped Naage remove the fiax, the latter hav- ing told him lhat' he iiail bought it from Galenfcamp, and that he knew nothing more about the matter. Later, be a political machine in ;be hauds ot Ihe sarernnjeiit of tlie" tory conquered froui i eiicaay may be sali to be the height of diplomatic wisdom. It does away with national rivalries and jealousies, and, in the day, he ih'e poorest and most j outcome, the resuHa specifically come forceless of arguments against govern- Lto the thing as the division ol ment ownership uy public' man baa yet to make. The renectiou on l e tnis T, The arrangemeot has over the direct system tbat there is a certain with government ownership it will be of morality iu it in the desires a large political machine, is a th of countries, lion ou the people of Canada at iD' the case of the conquered any government, in inferring that -This in the acceptance ot the lhat governmintB are what the people make them. if all iirofresjj is to be iUtt political nianlpulatign; then we might as well fold our hands and abandon all thought of md evolution. 1C suc-h s thioc as fears li to be accepted as. the. Inevitable, then we nifcat as well, ifrile '.'Ichabod" oa the doors of the hall Ottawa and resipi olonies. :bein? taken Into account. his after all is justice In tbat these eople are not our enemies. So man'datcry-system exists .ore or in skeleton form, and. ust as it.has.been fountf necessary create a Central Territorial Com- isjion to deal with territorial ques ions as a whole, so it seems lively lit the British proposals for the jfor- 3. special Mandates Com- nothing It this is to be the limit to wfikli our citizenship toes. tbVn'sb for our aad mien tor the The boges' tbe political machine Hhonlf! not be sufficient motor car, Mrs. Henry Anderson, mother ot Hight llcv. C. Anderson, Angltcnti bishop of Chicago, at Keu'iptviltc, Ont. Colling wood lias organized a la. crosse IcaRUC fiiid will liave a jur.ior team for the O.A.L.A. revival of the national game. George Daggeft, Qua n lock, who was sGutenct-tl to eight months imrrlsonment in October by .Magis- trates Parkes 'and HclIeHeur, Willow Bunch, for non-support of Ills nDegeil wife u'd daughter, has ''been released from Moosomin JaH and relurncd tion to getting. to settle the land. Tbe main efforts Ihe Domin- ion antf provincial governments should be the fieveloptnent oMhe rural parts. Continuing. Mr. CaJder said that In, the past and- Ihe had' kept Ihfl- open': door. The United and wilt therefore states'had (Htf-'haria of-freedom for adverjised... J ihe peopies qf EuVope'-a'hd ori'this 'con- xyill .-the estimated that there were Varsity-Sextette has been cancelled] by their manager, cot take place "as adv The Aid xyili ,-ine that then home of Mrs.-Medd on-Thursday af-j today Europeans ternoon and-not in tbe .church-base- ment as previously stated. nr (Continued from front MILK RIVER (From Our Own CorrespnndfinO MILK RIVER, April weath- r is fine and seeding Is being rushed _ j t< ia HIIV uiiu accmus 13 UtlUg iUbiKU Thus II Eeeins at present BOSfiWe to a finish. Wheat is several Inches lhat Empire itill be split [high on some farms ana with I iip.lato'eight or nine parts, the Turk- has eot a good start. THE ATTITUDE OF THE CIVIC EMPLOYEES cocciliatorr and reasonable Pllrk which civie employe.es are i dhplartni! In the dis- 'piite'ls so much' tb.ihefr' credit1, ft will them the the i peblic lit fttlr, not. too i hetded or hastj in -to ruke good Itielr demaxli. .When teen sala more lii consideration la the ifay the pub- lie their r .'Die iisve not lost 'the net that they Are litiiens aVvel employees ot-the city, and i doubt: ha; -a. bearing on liieir alli- taae. 11 ilils spirit Is continued un- til 'the cohcluBloft o: Ihe otsollalloiis If would speak volumes in favor' of tho empioj-MS r.hen future cUlms are made, and the finances of tlie city are such that no particular strain Irtll Yjg made on them in racellng, a< AS reasonablcneas goes, the mail- mnM ol these claims. behalf of Commlesloners it CM he thsy nol niiy in regard to the. the men. The spirit shown CTlfrtlr am naltrlailiini ike siaie has Ish homelands alone being left under TorHsh rnle, while Kurdestac, Armen- ia, Constantinople and the Stra'its, with adjacent strips of territory, Arab- la. Heiopotamia, Syria. Palestine, and Cilicla .will allotted to mandatory Statrt. -Tnert :rs In all tt least 1C mandates to be covering such ifferent countries as Syria! Xew iiinei, Cameroon, Constantinople, "ogoland, Palestine, Samoa, Arabia, ermaa Eut Africa, Squtb Africa, and the Caroline Islahda. It Is understood, In connexion with he nandata qnestlon. that irben the nhabilanU of. a country administered y a mandatory seeli absorption In Iht mandatory state, lhat State will hare o guarantee that, no, fortifications hall erected upon tbe territory ms incorporated. Savings Stamps, Put: War Bond Interest into War Divings Stamps and keep saving. larest Victory noml Interest In War Savlcgs Slanips. The veterans of the O. W. V. A. dr mean to be the' medium (or slarl would be greatly welcomed. ST. KILDA. April is irogressing rapidly with plenty of moisture In summer-fallow and tail lowing but the sod is very dry. There a large area'going into wheat this sundry agiiation. are a levelheaded body. They the last A rsin I claimed herself an Can our great nation reniaiir inert :and ua- moved by the vehement .and despair- ing appeal ol this pVppIe whose blood Is o' our blood? No. Italy does not need to put forward a formal thesis in support of her feeling sure that violence will not be done to tho will of this Italian town." Allies Not Bound Premier Orlando reiterated lhat the Treaty of London ddi not prevent the allies from considering the Flume question from the Italian view am that moreover the allies had admittet they were in nowise bound regarding ear and a lot tl summer breaking to I considered them done for crop in 1920. Moisture I 5elves cap3Wo ot "freeing to the free- ST. KILDA will be needed soon for breaking. fftp.ii.iwm (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK HIVER, Alia-, April 'armers arc all busy (ailing advantage of the fine weather bDth early and victory of an Ideal must rcmafn dom.ol the .ciiy. "It is our desire arid firm- ho said, "that the alliance shall no be broHen.ijp. We wish to remain loyal to it for the sake of the solemn pledge which binds onr word of honor, but still more for the holiness of blood shed in a common cause." After paying tribute to all al: lied soldiers, the rremler continued: "The allies of yesterday must the allies oMoilay a'nd all their peo- ples who sacrificed themselves for irthie the: iriinl o the wherewithal to make the nai yaulKt. there Is miilu j spirit aid 'jaderstaBdlnx nmch of II1 rough ceiy of the .to the fina will fa remored. The proposal of. -the Commissioners ;..1o the of .Iheacceptancuof minlmitni of WOO mop'th anil five cent, taereasie all round. nnt Wen acceptaiile to (lie employees in B7 the Mice terms Germany wl] to renounce all Ircstic tire war. There win io no Irouhle Id this in the view that to Oermmnr nil treaties aro so many scrips of ruper.ln their moral sense. The poswssion ot sn aiilflmoWlo dnes sos.iion of a btnlilng least not m' sure Slkle'of ijon- tana. It la there are fnoreVjr- sons 'aiiloniohlles In tana, bank accounts 'arc lioro of Ihe mylhlcal type than uroulif be eipeclcd. As a consequence of this evidently 'well founrled belief, all cheques recclveii in paymfnl for re- plates, fire piqccrl for fol- lection and the phjes are not the riierjiies lire honored The Uuiled church ladles ojd met ith Coates last Wednesday af- ternoon. They also held a sab of work in the Hoot holel on Thursday afternoon, le? being served and a good sum was realized. Mr. and Mrs, A. A. Ford'arc the proud parents of a nine pound ijaby boy, V-P Friday morning, J. It. Graham who lias been 0. I'. It. agent here for the last two years, has been transferred to Stoney, Alia. Mr. H. Pearson has moved Into Ihe residence formerly occupied by Graham. Mrs. It. Smith Is confined to her homo through Illness. Mrs. Jlall van a business visitor In r.ethbrltlge during the week. :he helm together In (he tic .of loyal ylendship, Italy Conciliatory "Obeying the supreme command of (he Kalian government, and realizing tlio solumnity of the boiir, I'affirm be. fore this parliament that Italy-is animated by all that .spirit of concilia- tion which is compaubfo .with the un- avoidable exigencies of 'national sciencc and dignity. the same sincerity I ?ay lhal I not deter- mine In this difficult moment In what forms or by what means we can reach that otijer-1 becauaa ir. last solemn convprsation '.hat occurred April 24 thera arose a-different not only re- garding our point of. view, but also between that of our allies and our as- sociated powers. Therefore, in the PUSSY FOOT SHOES For Baby's First Step These have a nice thick pliable solo with 3 Ciisiilon Inner Sole. This makes tlio shoe yleltl Io the but h'aa still cirnugli between Ihe foot and floor to. resist nnythlng hard, the baby would. step on. These shoes have Black Kid uppers or Patent Vamp.? .with While Kid Tops, .We hive also got a- full ra.ngn of Hard Soles Inner Soles for the larger children In the Curibur! 'cuwon Welt ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES. FOR ALL W. J. Go. 620 7HIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHEflLOCK BUILDINO known young resident of- Belleville, Bloor Stee-t Baptist Church, To- OOK for the sealed pack- age, but have an eve out also for the name WRIGLEY5 That name Is your pro- tection against Inferior imitations. Just as tbe sealed package is protec- tion against Impurity. The Greatest Name in Goody-Land- The Flavour Lasts ;