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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AUCVCST 2, 1919 'Must 'Have it, in Order (o Sur- vive (lie Condit- ions 'Confronting it LONDON. Aug. Hoover head of the Imeruallonsl relict or nauiiaUoiv speaking lan nlsllt I'liner of Iho fuiirc-me ecohpiatc.cpun t'll. warned hearers against apathy In too face conditions noiv governing v.-orld. wow Mr- "needs what be called a'spirit ual rai-lwl'ot tko that won In -Ve, heed ,ih6 fento ot servic lhal waa manltoat In the allies'a yea ego If 'o th econoiultt cojillloas .confronting pros'cnt production, En ope can siirvfve now.' Wo inurf revive her to win our eco- nomic ends. -As one of the members of Ihe council ssjd today, it is a_n.ues- of of argument." A general'European control ol coal to (be partial control eior- cliel through-ilia league ot nations, was recqiumcii'ileJ by Sir. Hoover. This subject'i will te discussed loino It 'pointed out tfiat European coal'-rjroductidn'-how. had diminished moro than 85 per cent, below tho'liro HOOVOE .announced that he wquld-'j'eslgn.'tfolri the'ecouotntc coun oli'ot SoptemVtr.l, and Lord nober Cecil, BBtdvJie. would Maso to be DrltlBb -.member.of.Iho council atte its Irllish Government Now Negot luting With Canadian Gov- ernment To Make Up Difference, LONDON', Aug. Wrthiugtoa Jvans, Introducing the pensions esti- mates In Iho said that on-the'present eions .would amount to aonualTy. Dealing with the position of lirltish pepsloners who were caudal, harmful to lhe best Interests f the Empire. The government was prepared to accept the following changes, vji: a new 'rate pension for totally disabled which would be follows: man, 40 shillings, represent- ng a rise of seven shillings; married mam 50, shillings, a vise ot seven shll- Married man with one. child >7 sulHinga six pence; a rise .of )J shillings pence; with Uo child, ran 63 shillings pence, a rise ot 16 six pence; with three children. 69'shillings six a rise of 17 shillings six pence, wllh an addlllqnal six shillings for each sub Sequent child. In the of widow' pensions, the government was prepar ed lo accept reconimendallous for hew scale tor widows under 40 year nd no children, 20 shillings weekly nd for a widow of any age en or over 40, wlthoul children. hlHinea eight pence weekly. Ther would be paid in addition In respec of lhe first child. 10 shillings, secon child seven ohilllngs six pence, an it children, six shillings eac Ol liniisu peaaiuuwio dtut in one. of the Brltisn Dominions or lie United Statei at lhe outbreak of war, he "said lhat many; thouiands of these men had rushed fqrward.and. Joined tho Imperial forces.and many desired to return to the. country Ihdr adoption. At return Canada w-lth a' pension granted on tho British .'scale, which was man the Canadian icale. Thus h appear' to suffered ue- ause ho had Joined tho Imperial orcca. Widows of men who .were killed were at a greater disadvantage because-, the British -pension rates wera much below the rates payable o Canadian and Inefficient, o enable a'Tfldow to live In Canada. le thought It would be a reproach to Drltaln V. this diiparity were allowed o continue. A: case might well hap- pen lhat one Bitter'- married to a Canadian who Joined the Caiiadlan forces might.be receiving a widows pension of 38 shillings, four pence a week, while her sister married to a Canadian who Joined the Imimrla lower pen 8loil. gla'd'16' say that the British government was negotiating with-th Canadian governmenV and; asrh tiojed the; negotiations carried Ihrough' successfully, Britts res'ldeats'in Canada' and-the: TJnitec States -vvho enlisted wlti the Imperla orces or reaervisls who Joined from those countries would ie given p option of taking pension and al'ow ances-medical treatment and trainin ius additional. The changes would lak etfocton Sept. 1. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. S; float friends, we did nol o "get" the politician's Nor was it wrote to cry for rain, For lo, we've cried, and cried in is Is our mission, this our blessing Kill all, and the germs too. lOc apacket at DruggiM Grocery and General Stores: .BY WAY OF GREETING. lodgment Delivered By Privy CouneirNot Favorable to the Coinpuny I.bNDOK, Aug. Parmoor delivered jiiusiuciit lor the judicia committee of_the prlvj- council, dls missing trom lhe Saskat cpurt by the Hudson's Bay a surtax levied, b the rural inun.ljlpallly of Brails Lak and a slmUaf appeal by Slartin igalns the SrJoe" take council. The" com pany on provision in a su rib exceptional tax shoul be' piacei on Its ;land trade or se vants fcat lhe surta of 6 an. acre'under the spec Bed'condition's of cultivation or rest ence the Hural Municipality a was such" e'icepUonal tax and shou not beMefied except to supplement o on assessed values. acrpe-belonging the potnoany were charged wllh t court held lhat the tax was'within'the powers of the council 9 to was not exceptional, .be- ing oVth' uniform and equal, subject lo 'f a uniform character, to y a Fire In a Foreign District Near the Chicago Stockyards y half a lltlcs of the CHICAGO. Aug. cp'nmiud ranks in the air have been given hv the King, namely: marshal lot' Ihe air. corremondlng with field of fam- marshal; chief marehal, correspond fires which broke out I jarfhal. corresponding wllh major- and air colonel commander, orresuondlng with brigadier-general. The Idea in giving the ranks Is to oreserve Ih8 independence and integ- rity of the air force as a separata ser- vice. The titles will come Into ation Immediately. FARMER GETS FOR 7t PIQS WINDSORv Oilmore. a thrifty Grand Marais farmer, vas short of cash Saturday so he sold his 71 hogs to A. J. Green, a Windsor pro- duce buyer, receiving the tidy sum of 13.728.KJ tor ibe piggies. The price, v 2tc a pound. IB believed to be the highest price ever paid for pork ,on the hoof in western Ontario. IT nan A i n a six block area west of the stock- ards and inhabited chiefly by for- ignert. Squads of police sent to Ihe I flres. pronounced by firemen as of nceudiery origin, found 11 impossible to control lhe crowds and several! companies of militia were ordered to lhe quarter, in which frame structures predominate. I The presence of the soldiers led lo many rumors of renewal of the recent race disturbances and ot trtcendlar- growing oul of that trouble. Police officials, however, said lhat these were probably baseless. Bremen carried a ndmber of smafl children fromi the rapidly burning structures, hut there was no known loss of life: According to Fire-Marshal Connor, nearly 110 homes were destroyed and persons were made homeless by he fire. Bxcepuuuo liu.ix...-. which owners and occupiers were en titled'without diBcrimination, provided they fulfilled specified conditions. The commiittee also gave Judgment in-the appeal from British Columbia by and Xanalmo Hall- y, against H. WrTrAot, a licensee To tell adliemenSon land and foam I foreshore of Vancouver Wand. The simple Joys of loVe' and-home; I Tne appeal .arose out of an actipu u> establish-appellant's title to mm erals- on foreshore opposite island Which ha-d been convet-tol to them un- Poslnff not as was ,der statute with the con- But jusfa .scribbler of good cheer. fraction of a.railway from Esquimau itoen6 your side; Posing not as wag nor seer 'Hope aprlngs eternal in the I Tlie attes'Hipn likely If he doesn't cut oul such the Judge will order him other wise put out of his misery The The question, brethren, Is much how a fellow ,is going to dl but how he a going Live o the square'and forget aboul dying Reports reach us from the sout that avlalors are being, used In ferre ing out illicit booze stills "The que tlon naturally, arises-, wUl .this lesse Ilia number of stills or Increase' th number of aviators. L 4'bird In Iho pen is worth two the, bush is a good motto foritn police department- v Our Week End Peme( Mary liad a little lamb That grazed the nearby hills, She cut the wool from oft Its back, And paid the .'some" shoe'pA1 As It Wst in the Beginning Our God and soldier we Jusl at the brink of ruin, not The danger pasC both re- quitted God Is forgot and the soldier slighted The Festival of Wit published in 11791 1 Say, joii fathers tomorrow Is the Ssbbath, Will that'.boy or that child you dearer than ivlll ihat boy or girl be In Sunday School tomorrow? And say you falters yon ho there yourselves? It's f. durn good this Sunday School habit CONTEST BETWEEN A s LION AND A MOUSE VIENNA, Aug liela Kun head of the Budapest soviet government, afler conferring' today with Ihosa to establish a ney nt fn Hungary, told Ihom It hetwcen a lion ana mouse, hut he would give .answer by August 5 'Tha conference took place Bruck, pn the frontier Bela Kan, Went from Budapest of the way by train and lhe on a Handcar At Bruck met Gen Flochme, nil Ul others who hod been conferring Col tho allied rcpreJ sentativo al qwiapest) concerning thi Iiroposal llmt Bela Kon feifgrf thsl.a Socialist government A io roptace the wa3 declared during dehale in th C0rtez today to be growmg'more ser Jarciii called attention rted m dlEQUieting on July ID, 11 and 12 said men wearing European uni WASHINGTON1 Aug 1 copy of a treaty between the big five powers and Poland -aid lo have been signed nt Versailles on June 'S, put into he senate record hi Chairman I-odgeiof the foreign relalloBs com mittee who said it had Been submit ted toUhe British parliament two weeks ago The tell of the agree ment belfreen President Wilson and rcpresentalives of the other big pow ers for the governing bf the nhlno district also was presented Senate Lodge, who said he had receded copy privately of Xhe document. Your Summer Quting Or Vacation Trip i v AT i VANCOUVER, B.C. IDEAL always cool- days never excessively hot. IsEA famous1 English Bay lhe city.. AUTO ot miles of beau Uful in all directions from the city. SCENIC Stanles Park, eqnal 11 beauty of any In Csnada'-wilhm a ot the cenlre of the new and Inter esling every day No doubt there are other good but for strength, richness real quality, Blue Ribbon stands I BRITISH COLUMBIA'S VICTORY EXHIBITION The great Pacific qoast Agricultural and Live Stock exhibits from all points m B G and the Northwest September 843 Hound Trip for Pare and a Third Alberta point s_ Sea your Local Agent for details For illu'trated literature covering a to Vancouver or full information, concerning lhe Victory Exhibition, address J. R, DAVIDSON, Publicity Manager _ Vancouver Bihibitiott Association in Fender St West v Vancouver, I Spend Your Holidays at i T Hotel Stratkona Rates: Per Per Month ;