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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE r.ETHBRTOGE DAILY MONDAY, DF.CRMBKH in. llbe Iberalb aibcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers JHt LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED J2t 6th Street South, Ltthbridje W. A. Buchanan President Managing Director khfl Tcrnnce Busing Manage TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office ol the [some niir'nfl, with a license I for foreign export. :is 10 j I ill On1 I'rk'e :il may UULi nij.y well Lv put into furro it IVtsiMe. No pno iluii ol KuTvipe uho Lire i-hon of but ic-r shouM go without iho sime iuy set ion im tlio pan ol Caii- ;ula. J'u: ivhea ji roaicj ro auyihing of a cliariiaMo spirii, ii hardly scorns (air ihat the rwp'.o of Canada Iv r.i.icie to ray for Ji lo 'ine iht? of cvnain Vtmbcr Audit Bureau ol Subscription Ratei: Datlr, deliTered, per week ____( .lo Dilly, delivered, per year 7.of DalJy, by mall, per year fi.OO Weekly, by mail, year...... 1.50 .Weekly, by mail, per year ta U.S. rou NO APPREHENSION IN FARMERS' MOVEMENT lions of ihe political convention farmer-, hflJ in ihe cny. f lis 1LISON OVER IEAI SALES 10 U.S. Sir John's Claims Sales Would Endangor Canadian Milling Interests Denied TORONTO. Dec. Col. J. Z. t'ra r. c hai (or ea e te ru Can a J a vf ill-.1 Canadian board, aud pri'Hiitieut member ol ihe United .-rs of Oatarlo, has laken issue ;vuli Sir John of (hi- indnslrial rcconslruoiion on gue-ftlca ot ei- education of vhai tha iwrnUon of Caundian, wheat to the movement If anvctie any idea Ihat (be movement o: re- volutionary or ex ire mist racier. a of I; the Dates ot expire ot subscription pfar daily on address label. ihil vie'-i ince ol papers after expiration uait Jj our authority io coalliiua tie sub- Wlplion. MRS. ROBINSON'S DEPARTURE JS A REAL LOSS l.e'.hhridge Is losing one of ils lore- "mosl. women in the person of Mrs. .George Robinson. For years she ha? teen a leader in lhe charitable and ?i rho fhai idc-s would have been immeJiaie- ly dissipaieJ in ihe kuowlcdgo of the spirit, tiio a acd iho obi'eci what that movo I sisuifii" there were who refurdt-J as ati eminently selfish eiL'bo-IJed :Q ihe of i vould Kone by ihe boinl in what the con- vention disclosed The idoTement is a diKi ol ihe new spirit ol ibc A? the farmers regard it, it is a people's movemeni, and Ihis ihey did TALK OF BAXTER FOR CABINET NOW J. H- M. Attorney-Gen- eral of New Druasvrlcli, Is en ronlc to Ottawa, and advices from St. John indicate tbal his comfcg lias to do vltb his yos- slbl'e selection as a Minister, succcedlDg Lion. K. B. in i letter published here yfilerday, [Sir John urged ihiu Canadian fanners j wouM emlauser Canadian flour mills it ihey sold their wheat In the United where prices iiro about 75 i turner (or No. 1 Northern ihau [they are in (.'r.nada. Cul. K riser declared ihat Sir John's i leiicr musi hive bo en. inspired by ihe milling inieresif. ihai. despite Sir jJnlin's siilooierii. elevators are wheat belonging to and :hai In case ihe farm- er? of Canada would never tolerate Wins h.irrej from the United States linarkeis ii could get the higher I prk-es tliere (Lao they obtain else- QICKED UP IN Lincoln Points Out Great Use il Would lie in Making s burveys, Elc. s CALGARY. Doc. are the greatest possibilities for an airplane serj'lce In Albena. connecting tho lii- (entatlonal bauodary in the south yllli Fort Vermilion in Ihe north liy :i chain of airdromes and sub stations al A comiiarailvely small was the statement made "by Major Arthur G. Uncoln. formerly o( the R.A.K., Saturday uinrnitiir Col. O. M.MUEgar, vice-chairman of the air boird, selecled Majnr Lincoln to uuVe an examination of ihe yrairie (provinces, with a view to selecting n section of -the country where air- dromes and sub stations could be built and (lights undertaken which would "T-iere i< no danger a artjunci be- r _ assist. In the general development oJ Conference of Premiers Hopesjihc country. Major Lincoln hopes to To Kender Peace Treaty Acceptable to U.S. hjUYO ll year. TI- LONTDON', Dec. said Col. Kraser. (visited Anibasaador Davis this attcrnoon j meut is report reaJy by tlie new hen he will make a special trip Ottawa lo pul hia scheme before tbe board. i Tbo major is cndoavorinfi to collect Slate-, sufficient daia to wnrrunt this govern keep in ,be j ..torf .howTh. au air service at street, wtere Prcn- an early date, and he hopes lo front. In fact it -wa? which, we Eire uot ihe in saying. -A woman of great gifts in organiza- tion, she directed lhe Daughters cf itv 'dicnif-ed a marked by earn- estness ami removed from prejudice, nr lo .ericin millers will not lie us up lo 'ihe I'niu-d anymore sell- inx ivbeat to Greece would lie us up ihe Kmpiro In their patriotic activities ,at the beginning of the war, She j opinion 'worked night acid day for (he soldiers brought i now thai she la leaving ihe city. Ii anything was I tiate this visa-, Col. about Sir iheir advisers -were in conference, i Uklng bs pfcmolcd on a s-- It was reported that Mr. Davis' vlsil j taining basis. This can bo doce by was connected wlai propuEQls subDiK-ladpjitJnp air EOTY'ICSS for several gov- ted from the conference to President I ernmeiit purposes, he Fays, which lhe John's stalctiieat ihat the big Clna- IJian Hour would "nave to down ii they couhl cot Mnniioha iu, thai the official organ of and l IQ ]nse 50.000 'tons of only begin to estimate and value ler leadership and service. Apart from, the ol ihe RobinsL-n has been one of lhe real sources of strength to Mission. That wonhy in- tlituilon has alwaja had her earnest nd active support. She will be great- lr in the city. marked ability, the women's crgauiza- tions loofeed'to her tor leadership and advice, and thTy find It difficult prohably to replBce her with a women was so Killing lo give of her time to the promotion ol all good ,he farmers was too narrow iu itslbrrns and shoris if Manitoba wheat THE FRiCE OF BUTTER The price of butter, in keeping with Jhe price of all commodities; risen to a level far in excess of ihe in- trinsic worth of lhe orlicle in com- parison to prices Itai have formerly prevailed. It Is not however the prk'c ot butter with which we are at iiij moment, concerned but. with an inciu- connected with ihe same as it came under notJce before Ibe lliard of Commerce in Winnipeg, U was there brought out that dealers nre tak- ing advantage rf lhe high pric-jd de- mand of fritter abroad, a oil the bome price is affected in consequence. In regard to the present price of' butler, Mr. James Carruthers, general manager oE tbe Crefton Crcamery CompaDy, made ihe statement lhaL so long as his firm TTSS In business il would tsto advantage of foreign' de- mand, because, "business ia This brought lhe rejoinder from Mr. O'Connor Ihat greed is the cause of tho high coil of living today and Mr. Carmlher's company v.-as taking ad- vantage of ihe law of supply and de- mand. The witness had been aske4 lo Bay whether in hfs opinion cost of producing butter should be Ibe ruling Jaclor In regulating the selling price lo (he Canadian consumer or it It should bs governed by the facl that tome starring people In Ciech Slovabia were forced (o pay high prices on heavy Irauaporlailon and other cosL. Tbe admission of Mr. Carruthcra points lo the fact that the presenL price oj bulter Js an arli'lcb! Hut wuiie we may not he prtpbrctl lo agree with hla scutinieo! inal "toaslaess is ire caanct iicJp TemtrHng Uial wllh our prefer! sye- lem of business ethics he had the argument of his statement. As the ('cotbmon saying goea, no one Ii in Vouaines'a for hla hcallh, and it tho upportttnity Is provided, wllh. human nature as It [9 generally con- Jt TFJll be taken a grea! The CJolden Age, when wo shall all be phllantbropiata, has not yet dawned Furtheniiorc, there lg lhe practice of looking for something In lhe nature of pMlanlnrophy in others, and not to Is not exactly fair. The Individual who Iradf.s on op- porlunlty for extracting the mos from hli fellow man la not who commands or is entitled to any -re It musl -be admit led he ia the crcalurc of our present soola Byatera and of Ibe stnLIment convey ed In "business fa business." In lhe iinai analysis, II comes down'la (hie that 11 Is not so much a matter of blamlrig those who make Cae of op- portflnliy as thai ot removing the In this respect a IO-JE UK of the embargo ia the case of lhe eiport of an article of general usfl, auch as butter, would nol be out el place In ils relation Lo (lie supply views and loo critical of those ele- ments opposed lo the movement acd 10 others. If there was any further neeii of amplifying ihe vitw ibat lhe arc nol extreaiiats, but sane ia their views, it was llenoted in the remarks of y ice-president. Dun bam when, in reference to tbe considera- tion of amalgamation with Labor, he feli thai it iras- injudicious at ufelem time, iu thai in lhe ranSs o[ Labor there weic whose radical ideas had been the cause of much ahlq recently and that ihe reforms the fanners wanted must be thosa wbich could be secured by constitu- lionRl and not revolutionary methods; .This did not imply Ihat tbe iRrraers were inimical 10 Labor, but oulr Chipped lo lhe United E'.ates atead-cf Canadian flour mills. Elevators v The Gortcricb are red wheai beloncins 10 ihe -mill- ins said Col. "If there i3 a shoriage.cC mill in Canada, il i Canadian millers have been shipping their bran and shorls to the United States. object of the wheat board the I33 created by ihe order-In-council ol the Dominion government, ts to lhe highest prices for Canadian" wheat in any of the world's markets, irre- spective ot where markets are. The order-in-councll Elates thal'ei- to the extreme elements in In M'Slson yesterday .whleh KCTB said to heretofore were carried on by slow render the peace treaty occcptable to and expensive methods, owing'to the opinion In lhe United'. f-real dislances to be covered. These Slates. Another lale afternoon visitor lo lip conference was (he -Afarqutsc fmper- alia. the [taJIau ambassador. Count Schlnda, the Japanese am- bassador, was called Jnio ccnforencc Just before Us conclusion. CFrom Our Owp ETZIKOM, Sam Robiu--ba taken from Peace Hirer pllcillv." .The interviewer that large eiporls or. .Manitoba wheat _to the United Slates art-cspected wfen the embargo is lifted on said Col. Prater- "Er- (o their la more in Ihis, mailer, there can be no obiec-' lion, even from lhe ranfcs of Labor as generally constituted. H Lhe fanners look to improving their OKU condition, it is not only a natural but a praiseworthy desire, so long as in this program conditions for others are not made worse. But of this 1; cannot be said that there ia an i Inkling of danger. On broad Ihe- (farmers' has its general ap- peal, and to lhe west. Its particular! appeal. There ere men ID the ranks of the farmers who are men of solid. Judgment. The tenners as a whole are col hankering after They are not too desirous ot seizing; the reins of government, but Ihcy look to the potentiality of Iheir move- ment in remedying conditions and In ports of botb wheat and wheat pro- ducts ETC controlled by tbe whcal board and shipments can Dol be made erea after lhe embargo Is lifted wheat, board says so. Dm wheat where il will realize Ibe price. It is i of liarJ wheat will.go across lhe bor- der." son and Leo Watson returned home last week from a trip to U. C. Include such work as police patrols, school Inspecllpns, forestry patrol, as- 6i stance to topograpti real s urv photographic maps of government lands nnd reconnaissance work lor railroads and roads, All such Major Lincoln, could be undertaken by air at a great saving over the present cost, while the amount of work in a season would te doubled many time: Jn the time saved in travelling from point lo point. A survey of tiie min era! resources in -lhe Peace River country alone, he would pay for lhe service in one year. Mai! could iu railway resigned the ll.iuk of Nova Sco t'OK riJE BUSY UAN -Atd. K. S. J.Utle. London, lias cou- J, tu run for ninyor. Rev, X HcirJtt, Aiigllcati. Uled nt lollanj. MJIJ. AM. H. SHilitTlaiid WAS eK.vtoJ uuyur of St. r denies liiui hu Premier of Que- is going in retire. to an unnouiu'Ouicnl, (V fOu w In the Uueeu's tolel. 1'uroiito, have beou bought, by Mr. lli'nrr who [Luj iiropriulor of llio famout lelry. The price paid was In th" hlmrbuod of V.'iili full control over tbe and Mr. unit is coiiicjini'liuliig eroc- ttoti of a wins HI the eastern end of :he rresenl building and ouik- extensive Yemenis la (he premises. The ivllo of Sir Alex Lacosie. died at Montreal. There is n report ihat J. c. Me- mo fit, for .VuiiJimo, B.C., IIILLJ resign osvins to ill-bcaHh. Rev. K. Hpckiiiiui, iiJiFtor tho Kns- ih LmlifTuii churoli, form- erly ol Hamilton, Out., Is dead, W. Ilnys, elected president of the Medicine Jlut Agricultural So- ciely. Jlr. Service has ;timounceil his is, lent ion of running for Mayor oT Till- snnliurg. Donnis F. Lomion, former hotel nuu anil a plonear Is ilead. lie -as a doviml Roman Catholic inn! the cburcli will get the bulk of bis Mrs. XcHIc Sullivan, wife of I of London, waa fatally in- in rod wlisn struck by u. inoior car tl riven fcy -Mrs. J. Dicey, ot Wards. ville. II. MIors. just compleihiB hi: ipre al KJIOJC College-, haa been ej lo tlie pastoraio of Knox terinn cburcb, Penh. Fire totally dostrojed the barn of A. Uurrlll, Dcnp BronU. near Digby, X.S., which was ope of the tinc-sl iu tiapolfs county. xjndon council has rieriilcd not lo put Ihu question of purchvtsc of (he Records For All Machines No what you hftTfl. ao lone as you use a sleel or libra needle, (he Victw necords will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE If you haven't a machine, 1my a Mason fc Rlsch from us. Easy payuu-nls if desired. Bitmortl Block Hamo of Iht VUtrolV to Fort Vermilion In one day, while, by (he present means of conveyance, We arc certainly bQTfog very cold it takes at least two monlhs. A pno- weather, bui LEe stock in Lhis vicin-i tograpblc map of 25 townships could tty seem to be standing ll good. Mrs. Doph Morris and daughters have gone to Lelhbridgc for the win- pretty i be taken in one day and this may be worth the' cost of iJic wboin sorvlrB In pulling sctllcrs inlo the. srcal north ter. Mrs. Patching and'family and Sirs. have gone to the coast for the winter. Mr. M. Salmon left for LetnbrWge Saturday. .Mr. anil Mrs. Sanders irere visitors nadLBuiijj Ja5l Frrda7 ['nULies E4 "N'lskey has bee; WINN1FRED LADIES HELPING IN' RELIEF n busy un- loading and hauling, home a carload of Mr. and Mr. Crackbymer were home for Sunday. country. Major Lincoln's estimates call for an airplane sen-ice from the Doundary lo Fort Vermilion, a-distance of by pjisent routes of travelling, by lhe establishment of a string of airdromes along tbe eastern, slope of (he Rocky-Mountains, a route which IE aL present Impassable csccp.l with the use ot pack horses. "Our Canadian pilots are well equipped to handle lhe said Major Lincoln, "as the eiporiencc gained flu.rlngJ.fae war cnuld make tho Mrs. Bob Henderson returned horue] necessary flying for this scrrlce very Friday after a month's risk al Fore- [simple and easy In comparison." bringing reformE where ihey nre iieed- ed. Tbls nol only a farmers' view- point, but. It can be said, is a gen- eral sensing of tilings. When IL comes to legislation and reforms. 11 rnusl be remembered that he farmers have a solid slake in tbe ountry. They are. practical men; heir particular avocation makes them They are the least of all 'lo be i ead quiiotie ideas. In this j bore is safety and What j s open tu Ihe farciers is open to ali I ither bodies. Organ lia I ion cannot ie Mamed so Icng as the good of tbe nany is embodied in the good of the evr. This Is now we read the move- ment; and so long aa tha spirit is pre- served among the farmers there (3 no call for any particular i in a mo Ye MI tin. t'uut M rilalln- ihed by Lhe earnestness that is bc- hlod It, (From Onr Own ccrrejpDndecl) Dec, fred branch of Canadian Red Cross Society held a meeling Nov. 29, and decided to .remain organized. The fallowing officers were elected J. F. JdacFarlane. Losey. Sr. E. Allison. The larlios have been doing excell- ent work in giving assistance In every way to iliose in need in district. 51 Is s Louisa Smlih is helping Mr. Godfrey In tbe for a short Mr. Bert Cotthrope had two horses crippled by lhe C.P.H. trains Bundny. Both bad to be shot. It is terrible lhe many horses and cattle that are "Going killed this winter by the "C.P.H. trains. Tbe'.A. Indies elected their officers Cth 35 follows: .Presi- dent Mrs. I. C. Freeman; Secretary .Mrs. O. T. Scott; Trtasurcr Mis, P. JSuehrinE. Mr. M- II. Smith is gamin? daily, and expc-cia to be out lliis 7.-cek. Illi many will lie glad lo see htm and all wish him speedy recovery. Mra. II. Burch is rcparled quite sick this iveek. most. George Thorpe and family Sunday at Mr. anil Mrs. Rachel's. Mrs. Rajner and family have moved into town for the winter. MM. A. Johnson has also moved inlo for a monLh. She then expects lo go to the States for a whole. Mr. Sprinkle, from Prospy, was in town Monday. As soon as Major Lincoln has com-, spent pleted his investigation and given hi report lo the ajr hoard, n delr.iletl copy ol the plans will-be made public. .Vine border municipalities voted by overwhelming majorities in favor of the hydro-electric commission lak over the Sandwich, Windsor and Ajn- Railway. It Is a teal case of wcathr-ring the gftle these days. To he dry Is bad enough, b'ljl lo pretend to ho dry is worse, ac cording lo'the Prince of WVics. Exchange ia no cannot b-1 aairt to hi.1 ifud when 11 comes to r'uy. ing American goods with Canadian money, CrooMyn, N.Y., [9 now going to try one-man street cars on ?omc nf Its lines. Another case of (oUrming In footalep9, If UoVd George can settle the Irish lo the tiatisfaqMon ol all Castle's son George is now able lo get around with crutcheq anil is getting alone line. Turncir was given a surprise party pTIiuraday hy a large number of Irienda, being tho enjoyment of the evening. Quite a few people arc with Er'PP-- H sterna lo he contagious In a mild form. The Women's Christian AVork Be-nJ every Wetlnfisilay at dlifcrnnl homGa certainly doing txcftll- cnt work anrt helping all those in need. Mrs, I, II. I.oacy is Presi- dent, and Mrs. Teubnc-r fccretary- Ircasurc-r. They nre gathering old clotliinK rvnl at nach meeting Lhry over to suit each family in nerrj. men Win- nifrcrl district 12lh and 13lh. Mrs, II. Hurrh h rcprtrtcil 'some- what littler. Her rnp.ny frioncls arc glad (o hoar she ii slowjy Mr. M. II. .Smith is able lo sit arc! hr; laft this week. The nrc making aTraiiKOTncTils to hnvo a toncorl, Doc. All children are asVied to allonrl school in order lo receive His regular In.struct ion. Irishmen, he will go down in history fis the grcalpsL statesman or all time. Wilh It be case of "Sland nol on Thai LIBERALSXTO LIMKItICK, Sash., Per. 12 tho Liberal of the of Maple Crctk prcposes lo withdraw from lhe federal field In of the ntw political parly, which slanls oif the'platform of the f.'anaj- lhe order ot your but go at of h the the 17lh comes around? It Is a fiaJc-bet thai aflcr thrj day wo shall oil be here lo determine lhaL of agrlrultu'tJ is tliu a menl Charles Wilson, hfjnofnry aerrclnry of the Creek Federal Mbwa] In a an- nonncpment lo the electors through lhe prt53. HOW DOES YOUR HEART BEAT? Put Your Finger on Your Pulse and Find Out The way the heart heais is in index of how the whole machin- ery of lhe tody la working. With a strong, slemly, regular pulse we may expect health. a weak.i irregular, intermittent pulse we cafj IcH al once (Ao vitality la low, ;ind In causing the palpitation of the heart, the fafnl and dizzy spells, smothering and shifting Ecnsatloni. .shortness of breath, stnsatlon of pina and nervons- nfs.s cold; clammy hands and feel, hot flushes. Uy Ihelr action In Flrenglhcning tha hearl and regulating th? beat, toning tho nnn enriching ihc 5lood. MILTON'S HEART AND NERVE PILLS ihcflo contlitlons ant] W lhe whole system. vlqor and Milburn't Htsrl and Nerve Pills are Mo a box at' all dialers, or nailed direct on receipt ol price by -The T. Mllbtirn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Grove's Opens the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck, Earache! Spasmodic prbup and kindred ailments. Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub it in. GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE. is also an Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be applied to the nostrils so that you will be continually inhaling the vapors while in the presence of patients who are sick with contagious when you are entering crowded cars or other public places during an epidemic of'Grip or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza germs breathed through the nose are destroyed by Jhis germicide salve before tlie germs can reach the throat. FOR THE SICK Place One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a hot saucer in the sick room. The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the heated salve makes breathing easy for the patient. It induces sleep and is1 a great comfort to anyone suffering with. Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronr.hto, Sore Throat, Coughs, Colda, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumonia. The Healing Effect of the Vapor relieves the patient and Is very comforting. Price 35c per box. If your Druggist hasn't any, send 35c in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Company, i93. Spadina Ave, Toronto, and a full-size box will be mailed to you promptly. To Farmers and CONSULT A. Wyman Co. of HIDES, PELTS and FURS in any quanl- ily independent of market conditions. i extensive enable us to pay TOP PRICE in WEAK and STRONG MARKETS, US NOW will) regard to present 'conditions 'before selling your hides. 320 6lh STREET 9, PHONE 442 'A. WYMAN CO. HIDE AND PELT MERCHANTS ;