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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta UiTHKHUJub iMiui. FH1OAY, Proprietors Publisher! THE -LETHBRIDGE HERALO PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED {th Street South, Altertl W. A. BtJCHANAN and Director JOHN TORKANCB Audit BurMa ClrcuUOool Dally, by mail, 4-M Daily, by' mall [or 4.2a Dam- br-mau, J ISO by mmHi )-car.-. 1-al tr maA j-ear to U.S... %M EMERGENCY U. S. TARIFF li waat is called the cir- cumstances may be regarded .to hate a habit it then, in ad- dition (o tfca fact that the policy ot tree wheat, in relation 19 trade between Canada t'he '.Ufllca ,State> bas been adapted, tCOmesV the i litest pro- posal of Ian emergency land Ha lha State's'lo Ello'.T measuro introduced injo Con 'gross TiE, it passed, lacaical able Safin -to agricultural prcdnCeis in barring them from1 a bandy market. It cannot bat raise bad 'International feelings if suffered to go' jthfcush.- It it reflects the feel- Dings' of 'the American" farmer, then fliat ho is tiB, waieTbroad 'spirilras "ocr western tanBsr'-lnj thEj.iray tho-tariff ris re- R "remains to be a tea vrhatjthe ex perlence of the emorgency Jartff BTO- be In Congresfi, reckoned that-a frenzied "pro- posal 'oE its nauire With 41! that_it, means' final'out- come as relating- to the States as" adopted in Uie.cature of cutting off one's nose to ijrtte one's K distinct edfantage3._ _ 'KrHt, produces an BlilpSj annuajry about two millio pounds of wool, or about 40 per cen of the-weet'a proflncUon. be Uio chief centra of Western Canada, for it ha Ibsjrangea especially adaptable Second, now bas a woo lea' mill building, especially built fo that purpose The milling cnterpns failed twelro years ago, but tba fault of poor management and n (he plant was -insufficient of rallroadg have reasoning by analogy In reJgsra to the policy1 of th" nahon alization u there is all} wortht in 'thfs kmdxof argument, set aside by experience ot New Zealand, Here the system of govern- tent control ha's proved to be .very eneAcial in the profits that 'nave Men realized fid operation .__ ..._} ___ etted the handsome sim of profits to tbe Government ot.New: sland ThiSjis a net profit for seal year ending MarcU 31, 1921, as town In the financial statement pre- enlea-'by the Prime Minister the eland Dominion. spirit in New.Zea- a'bd' as against private erprise'jn'public ntiliUea. A -writer e'trfcalana shows how this spirit 'tie arrived in tbe.fallowing words In' Mew Zealand people'did not like or groups, British, syndicates or groups, powers and rights orcr the railways, and so ot necessity-' .the' governments had to AMIR HAY Mrs. Graham's Success- Waters Getting Snsf (From Our COLEMAN, Dec. 16 three-ac Piper'ftj Troubles, Jgj have j staged MrsiTP G> Grfaam nutn C017.I69 opera (honse, a great success over, the provincial governments which also ne.ld the Growulaods and tbe roads and schoolB, and later Ine central gov eminent, which, by the way, under the Constitution act of 1852. has very wide tho power of amending .he lias nol recourse, to Westminster AHB1 governmental control in one thin Led to another, 1 and fiud ourselves are today." The gas plebiscite Calgary ap- pears to tare been properly "gassed. Whatever unpleasant association there is in going to It nas it beneficial -application In regard'to th1 untiUed lands ot the prairies. "Coin; lo grass" in these in stances is far lid ter than "running to weeds." ball wife filled to-capacity age represented an artist x studi and all the th al thing The band ice and dispensed some beantifa id appropriate mnEic during tne urtalns. Tne following was1 the east: Peter Trtper, Mr C L. Scott, law Selwjn Kilby, jarflrt tanley Piier, Jonah nie Lmdal, Daniel Grnbbips, law er, T L Gralmm; Bon, Adolptrus ndgeon. Englishman, A. K Graham. oro Chester, mnsic rice, WrrmifTed Barrragton, rtcn wi. oir, Elsie Disneyv maid, Dot-Granani. The play, was replete with sage-and witty sayings The large awUence was kept on qu Tire, ondenas ere Trd lynstalned nnt wn must he made ol Peter llr Chas. Scott He was on the .stage froir, the raislflg of'the cnrtarn lo its ill He wu splendid. The piece ecmed to suit him he acted his art perfectly. Graham as "Betsy" excelled herself Jt'waa all or JtiMog In olber Ifao.. raw material ays, uur because vaa ndt readil? organizations should gather all the facts possible about the underlakraj; anfl of locating the, plant here, and present thcin to the wool growers'" organise-! tlons which are considcrrng -thti EXTENDING THE INCOME TAX .Tapping Incomes in the search for reeinB for revenue is something wWch Is Delng 3ntortalned by munldpall- The tl'y ot Vancouver Is ihov.1- a desire In to municipal rev- enue by these moans, in Iho rccom-' the Commission ar-nolnt- IniresrlS'jf into fources of rev- eniie for tbe that tho Income las, 1n rlm-coart province, ahonM {if increased so as to allow ot a per- tlp-j of UK nipples beJDg distributed among tho mnntcipalities. There ha; cccu wggestion, we boHove, thai in- fir tefenoe-rahTing te em- .pieyca ja Ijetabridge. tax in Us 'riaturo has long tees as a fax of the na Hm of an emergency tax In national to meet outlays jrWch have r f h8i to bo incurred with to particular for them- iTKthia The "Compliments ot the .Season at this time is a compliment to th beautiful-. Soirtheni Alberta weather we are now enjoying. The only pec file who are not nndtiry pleased ar tho coal and hay dealers, lor catU havo'bUn their groen pastures. Mist Cora Hind shows the practice agricultural sense'with whlci she credited in.advising ttat the vataa lands, of Iho-West turne -into jMsturea mstcad of remainln ncst-5 for tmnbllng mustard and Ru sian thistle. Medtclno Hat, showed tho people Lcthbrldge a One, and what should 1 an Inspiring example in the way 11 vole was polled in tbo municipal ele lions. While the voters, did not count a.thousand, those Hat reached a Httlo short of t- thonsarid. In this reEpcct-wc camre take oft our hats to the citizens Medicine Hat. nfta corns to bo regarded In .i JUH iirm Jlght of war taa. national june in MILLIONS IN TRADE FOR CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS IF rtUSSIA OPENED U IIAL-IPAX, Dec. A. Boycr, Bayer, Rlo'an and Co., who has Ju returned from England, whcro three -weeks he was in close touc with Leonid Krassln, special trad envoy of the Russian soviet'gorer ment, stated this morr.lng that many of dollars worth of Russian ufdura had been obtained for Can-' ia'an manufacturers. Mr. Jioyer's slay In London was for the purpose ot consolidating tho position of the six million dollar contract obtained by hli firm from K. Marions last PensieBS Fixed at Oae Dolltr For Each Per Cent. Disability More Tmih Than Poetry S. E. MED1CIN8 iis -'passed at1 the seuions of the Iberia Command. G. W. V. A, an- convention vesterdajr were as pllows 7hat peosions should be paid at ol CDu'UoUar per cent of dUabil y nod regafdleea 'of rauk. Tbat local .medical-examinations, of ixmsionera be declared final and not ubject to revtee or reduction -by offi- UK at Ottawa. That full disafcility shall ot have aoy deduction E made from lons after being re-admitted. ito ospltal for tBrtner medical treat; enL 'That widows who married veterans after discharge from tha army or. navy )6 granted granted' to Wows vrhjCmaiTleJ before or during nllsttnenL provided sucb marriage ook placo wKbtn' (wo years' of dis- harge. I That: tae pension board and depart- ment of soldier civil re-estnbllshuient amalgamated for ef It-. lency .Sisty-slx dels gates from .Hip local ranches are in attendance, together with several fraCernal delegates Dominion Steel Co. Will Be Paid Just What Minister of Offered THE USEFUL WORKERS The lady who is pissing In the gleaming limousine XorgeU about the. worker at the pon- machine, She -wfll waste no time In thinking of the men wbo spend their days Where the clanking cranes are swing- Ins and the busy-forges blaw. .back among her richly dressed and.frwi from care, She forgets about the workers -who must work to keep her, there. The f at ol d men conferring: 'In their 'closely guarded rooms Forget toe stunted workers who jo dally their looms, Where gray and, wise director! hoar reports and make demands Little thought Is ever wasted on the ;men .with greasy hands. There are problems to must study them with care; But If no man labor they would bo meeting there. The man -whose voice has brought him wide renown' and made him proud Wastes no.thought-upon While he bows before the crowd; He forgets that all the boxes In-which. beauty is displayed Would be empty >U no .toller -worked witi plow or pick or spade. We the great and-gifted; glva them lofty seats to share; all, the workers are the one who keep them, there.' Them iii West, Useless Bat Eating Good CALGARY, Dec. IS.-- Deslgnaiins old and crippled honee He rangec U west aa an scooomio urea, and as UK non-csteBtSals. Ota. M. L. A., brought to the tteation b( the i meinlMrp of the Wes- tern Canada Livestock Union, Ilia mooting on Tlionday morning, thfl important question of what is to done with, aclmals which all mautW, and ire only OTTAWA, Judgment ihe claim ot UM Dominion Iron and Steel corporation aga'nst the Domln ion for rolling 100.GOX) tons of steel rails Bordered by the during the "vai f, as deliv- ered by Sir Walter Cassels in the exchequer court morning The judgment fixed the priu> to be paid at the rate of J65 No 1 rails and 463 a ,ton for 'No 2 rails Each side was 'ordered to pay Its'own costs The at was that which had been established by.Ithe minister of raQways and tbe judgment upholds tbe' opinion .'of- tie- minister. The claim of the .company was. .for. the pnce of the rails plus lor profits lost tirougK. Lneeessary cancellation ot contracts" with the Imperial Monitions Bdarij The pany's claim for.- interest on -profits lost was diullowed. The. suit in- volved the sum, of OUCH i "I grasped a thread of silver; it en me ito tie LoweR I one of her. recent poems: Any learn to nee dental floss; fICKEDUf IN PASSING TOR TH B O9T M A grass, wh.icfl Is bidly Meddi for good aod valuable' etock. He'declEred that there be a million of ibis the west and asked meeting to consider what It would have meant in the' recent food short- age. bad these been eliminated. the discussion wak.a followed, W. Sterena. aecretary of the (Mtle- meD's .association, advocat- ed that. every man owning Ench ani- mals should be compelled, to" keep fiem on own lapd duriiMr tla winter at least. This would be a ood practical starting poll'. W. Trego, of Oletchen, Bnjgeeted feedirg the carcasses of so the coyotes and then catching them realizing a revenue tic hides. A commlUee consisting Qebrge iiley, Ole QUifacon; 1. ByerG and F. H. Auld was to drift and briagr In a resolution oc thli matter. A mtti-ls to be established Arafrior, Oat- Alei. Ollmour, was deleaU< ai a candidate for the Atnabasea W. J. 'Dent, may or; Grand Prairie, Dv W. and Peace River, Dr. Th9 Teachers' ABtinca were all defeated In tin cehonl elections. T A, Bunwx, -wrf kmwa MaoHtU aatenuoa, faidwtt: la'i a (rat Man, peatag a fcraaea la tke witk ormwly of Calgary, in cknge.- 1 Lady SHiabett Boyi, -wKow of th; ate Sir John tAanttn Bard, K.C. I G., Chancellor of dUea-a' Toronto. __ Amone the names mentioned as, po's ibDSties for tie Farmer Members Called lo Mee To Consider Request of WINN1PJSC, The Wieoi SAVING SOLE LEATHER South Dakota has an automobile for every six people If they have traffic cops in ,tnat State they, probably, draw lots. ont ichece turn' it ti.: 'THE BITTEN BITES There's a lot of complaining, there's doubt and there's gloom suice tne consumer" to con- EO natural'and very1 well arte'd every- thing she she, did many things. Luke Lando, As 5 an oid-Srfn flint, bad a- difficult part out sustained, it wefi'tttTonghool ti'e whole play TBE 6lhers -were very good alia tke1 whole of the artlis and tire ttemoiis- MONTREAL, Dec. Farther Iridl- caituns mat important dtsclos- are1) concerning thf Brillsli. 'Empire Steel shortly Jo be made, this toon ing when dt that, special Dominion Steel had been ailed for tpmOTroW also alton work, showed lard work. (o be congratulated for tbe success of tbe evening The elating 'rink nearly from the proceeds A dance was. held Immediately after- wards, to which quite a number re- mained. Miss her ankle and was off school for a few nays Mr. J. O. C. McDonald, -and Messrs. Eaaton, I Mc- Donald ifish lo'thank all'-those who worked so earnestly and faithfully in their interests at'tho poll' ,6h. .Mon- day. They feeKesjeclaTiy indebled io Mr. Frant Graham, wiw was largely Instrumental in fpi, election and in stirring up a real live interest In the affairs orcolqman Miss Chrissle AllaVhw btefi cbnfln- ed to her bed for a few days. She is on the way to The bills.'are put the rs.chpo1 play. Principal Powell and '_ havo been wording memorizing and rehearsing their parts. The play is a dramatization of Dickons' "Christ- mas and will be something novel and worth while for the people ot Coleman. The proceeds will go towards the Tmrchase of a piSnb for the school. Make sure of. your served scat, capacity, liouse is assured. Reserved scats at Burhey's, drug store, The Christmas tree of the 1 tlonal church Sunday school is held on Thursday, 23rd, at The skating, rink'' ii loins Veil pa tronlzed already. Manager Jai, Al Ian thlntss this Is'to be a ns already worth of cts have beon sold, WB ere ail .anxl ons lo -sea the hockey boy's, hractlen Juniors are trying ttf. feet matchj with Prar.V.'-. I'red I-ees Elgin col tided with the puck' nl-'prnctlce tha other bruised noso for Fred .Arid a nasty sear'on thB cyo for KlglnT f the company, one' of ttfe big part: etf lo U e new enlcrprlsp, Is short v to sail exact eason tor has fabll could "learned, tut It generally nderslood sn the street tkat K is In onnpctton with the rumored dissolu- on ot theTng merger is expected important annouticemen't will e made Moving UrtKHJfoift con. erence T TRAIN HITS AUTO, GAB TANK EXPLODES, BURNED BUT. ESCAPES TORONTO Dec bum and bruised At lauw, of Wcslon, Ont, who is In .Grace hospV al beno In a critical stati enc-ipad loath by a close shsve'thiV'nHernoan when a Graiifl Trunk train at a lei el In Oin western 'Outskirts of this-city struri, his antOBObile ind :aused an explosion in the gisollne arik." Fire immediately followed and Che -car, a blazing carried nearly a hundred the train came to a. standstill. BAD .FIRE IN NEW ORLEANS 'HAR'BO'R NEW which started (rora an reiplosion o oil at'trie :Jiihnclce "drydoeks here Bprcaa rapidly and o'clock six ysaaels were tpm pes Tribune today says- "Co-opera ttve action Iretween the fndepenfien farmers and the government group tn the Manitoba legislature' be. brought a.conference of Oi two suggested by "Premie T C Norris, -which it is expected, wfl held in Winnipeg December 52. 'Independent .farmer members hav I boen called to attend a meeting OH tne day mentioned, for the purpose o d ecMrng on" the .Horrls retracst. as anticipated by leaders ef this party the Approve, the Jotat meef ing will held In the evening "Announcement :of calling o maepenaenl made J b 4. R Bolvin, secretary ff tie party, JUDGMENT IN JANUARY Mayor f L Brlntanan -will probably be returned agam as mayor of St. Thomas for 1921, as the local labor men wD! support him. privy conn ell will not deliver jodsment In th DecpaUe-Trefflblay marilago eas until the nJddle of by th earliest. of Co; ship of BrKlsa are A. C and Walter NIcol of Tab- W A [Irifin be the 1921 preli- ent oi tbe branch of Ai Great War Tetenni' anociattoB, eeeding Dr. H. L. CMlma, preaent-ic cisbent of UK ottoe. By a ballot ol '48 votes xgainrt MS, Mr Irvfn wa; mccessfol-fb tfce'flt'-W.'T- A eoat arfr his of pirn eat, Rev J. G Bnreo. Heljisg with dlfmantling of UK hrtige fbat former) r cpaned tbe creeli Hedtor Shaw Me41dcc Hat, L. H WeDteg, a c% met death He wai prytog ur a ttu ber when the bar he was -workmt "wftl sirjnied and he dropped to the gnwoa, distance of eight feet, dialocatinE neck. "There Is every ertdence tint tlu provinces 9t Ouada again be to a Earloos plague of graohopiiers atst dedareO AitkmrCIbiaD, DominioB cntxmMilaaJct at a o! the eaJtern {Marie branch of the, Canafton iacietr ol tetteical agrioltsnsta. Me. that aa maty as graze hopper eggs Ber tott aafl been fooni in laalritoia and also numbers in the other 1 4, J Pour new "seats liave been created in the mat- ing the total number One new seat is given to each of the, three .city ridings, "Moqte Jaw and There '-win atxa be read- t -fit tie miinSE South Qn'Appelle, and a new seat will of parts of Mocre Jaw county. and Than fler Greet ie ke known is (JrarnftfenK 16 the Saakatoon ast Moose Jaw city conBtitnendes rrallltrleirt territorj wonld bo added to Vrtnt tbeir pppn lallon Into Bpfraxjiuatt agreement with that ot Regina, DAILY ROBBERY .NEW YOSK, Deo. an office, building at Fifth Arenus near 4Sth which hundreds of jcrsons .were masked robbers today shot and killed -Edwin W.; Andrews, head -of 'a' Jewelry con- ij, liclfl up two travelling sales- nitn who entered tne office at that moment and escaped with their sample' casesi' containing valuable COMBINE' SASKATCHEWAN -JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OTTAWA, Dec. iS.-HBy, Canadian a result of negotiations cirrled.on between the jnsticc depart- ment .hare- and tlie provincial-govern- nient of Saskatchcwaa, It, has liecn practically decided to oosealidate the Yorljton junlrial oflfiiuikalch- ewaa with ihe Melville. dWric't and to appoint the Melville jjdse for the combined rtlalrlcts, Ihereby'robvlatln? Iho necessity of -appointing another district court Judge (6VSucceed the late Judge The annual lon Oiaes Co., Ltd., Jor'Sw j-car to September SO last of against tor tho pre- vious twelve When You See Musical Instruments Within a '.You're to find a family