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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Eir.irr rnr uri'iranrRGX DAU.Y HKHAUJ TUESDAY, DECEMHKIl 23, 1919 Political Advisors, Canada of i Mr. Bdkor. real "lib Eif iDttrwl fee ol Mr. S. Mer- rlma lu the ol December ioLh. 11 ftra open [cr ite IOM of tuner' I would like lo Jay opinions sad to crlllrlia Mr. uuTemoal and 1 Ihipk ulne will 11 surely will te no wors.i presenl." no: stnre Ihe i-sso as moss of us lec 11? ThL'y tho luriv VtfUl'rs simply build finolh-, A'. llio rccanl craTO-lton tl j brlilG1-' sreil altonllou ivr.i work and praeilmliy noin-i lo discussion tha rofonns IToiUont adTixiieil tUo ,s'lo se-eure sro'iii IE most of us ice 117 hey Ignore to i R lo ic-vure srcraii alms ol the formers mov.'meat. The; whji t. hi- dr.llus, will iltatruy ihe cvlli nol CYfO iatflistea in the tlinlcs j --y'ly A resolution to of the tin mm' pMtorai. The rant I 55530! W euuvm-1 and Mo ot tDesters of llin U. f. ,jjn Thcio Is BO autbjtltr In the A. no batler. Ii rorc thit cnt i uijtigvui of the Canadian Council of meets a T. F. A- who can. tell lor group BLKW OUT HHAINS, AFTEH WKECit OK TRAIN IN FRANCE LILLE. Frtnea, were k'.Utd tal 35 Injured In a riarsnd eolllile'i Juil- Doual, IB mjlei of hore, yei'-trdiy, a Irsliht train crashed Into a pijienjir Imln which wi Handing at the lUllon. TKe enjlnttr of (Mljnt train who [i Mid to hav. run by a lljnal, ewapad unhurt but blew out his brain with a re- thnj'jch the lax tropcsUlou Of tbe y. IK. A. In rtgtnl to unimproved land values. It our high prices ere due to Diiuntl causes tuch is WE.I Intoreat, scarcity, large xleniwifl. Ibero IB nothlag anr ent do to nuke a curt. Any Interference will only agKKTkU Uie trouble. win fluratsh the reraedy. It d-jg to tavD.1? Eriailed lo in4 to tha remedy oud that we must, show no to any wllhout, gc-tlinff In return. ID regtrd to combinations ot capital becoming oppreesUe without, privilege by liv or monopoly, prlvlleje graoud br law. I say: "There Rln't 110 socb an- loiil." All com.blTKM.lons ol (bjs. Thf fart that ihe farmer more- ment In Caca-li bcj It has does DOI prove :hll 13 tto result of thlnk'ng Justice suy i ouestlons. w s la pDvemment from farmer moTcrjont Trhen HIPT are oplalon wlH bs Ihu opinion c.f iho F. -1- Iu Alborta. To it Is ihe reiuli of rpason Is surely the result PL only Iniorojted In ?arty sfTslrs and; sobs loo far. It li nun's Mr. siaie- reaiotlnp or a a'ly'icd to SOT- nol In reforms. Just UOT ttioy p.a- a t----------- .-.van rramfal. AsK tne first 'ten meu you vouie orgaDltillor. for political pur- meals are rctsrdoij on UIK-II whu Iney Intel; or firmer I IIOFCS. They advocate Joins with U IK bis dentil Is noting unjustly, the presem fortunes and Incomes aro dishonestly or unlawfully earned not appeal to tbo courts to restore them to their rlghllul (rancTS. 1! the pruSLs of manufacturers are eices- _. such Mid as such, u lit (lvc lt wm encourage tho comuotltlon truth of iho matter Is that _hl3 slate- o( or iiionls nrs tne opinions ol me" i ana it only questlou human being tha same as you or 1 nmi Q( (m (he30 proflla Cea5e (0 tB K wo an tho (acts e pBrh2U3 va con- Q mc enlllled lo no more respect unless CICCe.lve_ bnct of Is granleJ Is powerless to creato or a permanent monopolr. FRKD PEASE. Milk Ulver. Alia. snpporlod by For Instance, his i fc TAXE Ttipircrs ITV reminded thai the LAST DAY for Uting advantage of the of tai payment thereby (be 1519 taies and ialeres: lair DTI -mira miy ta lo obviate Tai Silo procesdtaEi IS DECEMBER THE 31ll. A diacoant of Sli PerteTit- on curreat yenrt tajes Is for la Dosmlwr. A In Silo bs imoiedtatelT after the c-nd o: the H. Wm. KEECH, City Assessor. 5liieraf.it tnat competition Is always j were not cxceislro. destructive co-operallon always c scvorlll hunjrcd per ceni on eoastractive. Is uuerly d sproven I mT >elr I Hill oblo to facts that anyone who will tako tbo back- whal', hlTa losl tnD ;imo 10 think will admit. The I ,hrcc raising wheat. To an ln- support-of his theory In ths cctence j lnspector 1UV returns. if this 'of political .conomy Is founJJn FhECH INCREASE RAILWAY RATES PAltIS, Dtc. cnblucl to- day approved n bill (or In-roriuctlon In the chamber or deputies providing for eiaporflry Increases In uoth pnssen- tr and freight rales tho object reachltiR an equilibrium In 1920 be- een receipts tad expenditures JiC- cctlog all systems niGcllng a do- >cll which ainounls to mor9 than 2.- rrancs. Socialist school, which can hardly lie described as a science. Vpon his cirri unsupported slate- ough case of profiteering as he Is only looking at one year's business und 1 would gel soaked good and meut thil competition Is a deslrucllvc I This Is a case wfcero wo havo [orcc or opcrailon h6 bases his loan- dallon tor bis argument for tha remedy o[ co-opera'.lon. II ivo ncccpt his stitcmont lhat competition Is dejtruc- llvo U noes not necessarily follow thai It should be lies'.royoc! or prohibited. Flrv> is always destructive. It is impossible IT produce hoal by flro destroying fuel. Tho mere facl that fire Is destructive Is not an Egalnst fire. The question eipcrld advising on something they know nothing about. We have eoiern- menl boards and commissions dictat- ing the nmount of profit business men mny mahe who wero succeBaful men iu line (or years before tho mem- bers ot the boards or commissions short pants. Can ire expecl any good from euch experts as these? If a certain line of business Is mora profltnble why not capital and labnr Just What You Wanted FOR THE CHILDREN'S ROOM WE HAVE There are a nnmber of designs thet T70iild accord vitii your dining ruom Inruitnrc act? add a nole ol cheer especially In tha Christmas Season FOR THE LIVING ROOM Select one oi nur artlslic wallpal'ers Hal yoa mil never of. HAVE. BARGAINS TN JOB LOTS OF WALLPAPER JUST ENOUQH KOR SINGLE ROOMS. YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET IN OH THIS. AG WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER OF LOTS. Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUB-DIHG. For the Uttle i Present Nothing Can Compare With A DOLL We have a Urge awortment of DoUf... from 25c up to DoB Carriages. to BOTH USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL ARE TABLE CUTLERY, SILVERWARE AND CUT GLASS. a fine range both In atylea and prices. We also have an up-to-date stock of NIPPON HAND naltcrn and profits? woulil soon re- vl.jra Ihn prices without SOT crnmont Interference II It Is open to capital and labor, Natural law will furnish the quickest nod best remedy. In this business Is not open to capital and labor [o eugage In we hare a monopoly or combination In restrain1 ol trade. Competition or nntu-ral 'vlll not operate La tills casg and thts is Ihe only ol business iu prolit? arc too high. The only sue cesslul combination, trust or monopoly In Caaiida or the U. S. today that aro getting excessive profits are those having special privileges t< them that aro denied to others.' Tbli Is the basis or foundation of Lhln moii opoly. the people, through our government, hare granted lo certain individuals or" "corporations valuable rights or privileges a.nd Lhey are charging ua nil they can get and not stop us buTiog altogether. There ara tvro remedies. Tate away Lhe nrivllrfEft flnrl oppraln by gnv-" ernmenl oirnDrahlp or leava as noir in private hands and. LhoEe ben- efit ted -what the privilege Is Forth. The laller course Is surely the elmp- lest and could be done without, disturb- ing, business or complicating govern- ment In any way and could be applied Beauty 18 a Blessing to every woman, but good health is vitally .important Attention to liver, kidneys and bowels will improve beauty and health. NAlio a good selection of CASSEROLES at from Come in and see our large and varied stock of TOYS! YOU CANNOT FAIL TO MAKE A PLEASING 1ELEC- Have Juit Received an Addiliona] Consignment of XMAS GOODS Nice Variety in All the Popular Lines. Cany C G. OLANDER I THIBTWIHTH NORTH PHONE 1223 Vv'tll Ihe con qt the Tuel that '.bal line and pick oft'tho destroyed be than the advantase gaiuf-u frcni tiio bs2'_ resulting from Ibe destruction of the fuel? If so, the mora fuel the human family destroys, under these conditions, Ibo better for tha whole humaa family- Is not This exactly Ihe rat? vlih competition? Where see destruc- tion from competition Is. there not a resulting sain to the TvhoJe Henry Ford ilcslgnen and put his choan car oif the market lie no doubt discouraged the o( other higher priced cars and may have caus- ed the failure of some factories. Even so, would say the whole process or operation was destructive nud 5f so did not Iho destruction accomplish great good? Is not tho whole nation better off oh account of Henry Ford's tfliB? they TioL fill ft special place i In the recent war? Were not lliese cars the product of the law of com- petition aud supply and demand? Aro not these laws oaturaTlawa tho aamo as Ihs law of gravity? 1C so we can hardly hope to Improve on their operation. Anything that Interiors with their operation Is na sure to cause trouble and discourage production as to try End 4he fiow of hlood the vein3 of a heathy man. Any Interference wUh natural laws ,lways results In a penalty being ei- cted from the nation or individual who transgresses tho law. Price seL- by gorernmenc regulation cornea under this head. Our present system of n.arkellnB grain and the govern- ment holding a part ot the price fur a year or lesa la another case of Jnler- 'erlng .with natural law? and will lie. productive of mjre-harm than good.' If we deny men right o make contracts for the future dol- Ivery of gra'n we must no good results but rather bad. If our gov- ernment deny the oE their people ;o trade with some nation and allow Lhem to tnde with, .others or dtctale what kinds of goods shall or shall not be bought then the of R tai- Iff we must only eipect bad resulta. We aie not allowing Hie law of supply and demand to act. Car-ada may live through It as other notlonr have, but to say It Is an advantage to any nat- ion 'to deny the lawa of nature to act freely la absurd. If I put a rublier hand on my finger and prevent the blood circulating -I am nol allowing nature to lake Us course and will suf- j fer the penalty although It mny not be death, hut It can Jie of no possible advantage. Our legal enactments must be In accord with natural laws to be effective and encourage production and Just tllsiribullo.n. I voraled by the farmer platform will not Bland this teal. Some arc In op-' lo natural law, unjust and Im- moral. Mr, Merrlam complains that Victory florid a arc unlaxed and thaL'ihn farm- era and laborer'a are bearing the heftv'y burden of taxation. Hfa remedy Is lo lix' incoTneg.-inhCrltanCG.i.-crcess iirof- etc. He the old mistake of trying to remedy unnatural ami nn- Juel laws br Imposing moro unnal' ural and unjust laws. Why not re- llerp the farmers and laborers of their will not hare to tax Incomes, etc., lo nvftn things up? If It In right to tax farmers and laborers should lie taxed, II It Is wronp they BhouM nnt he taxed. If thby arc taxed" wrongly Jt will nol help them to iojt oln.. wrongly. In thi platform of iho Canadian Council of Agrlcultnix- ihero Ifl A pro- pti'aal vrhluh practltai, Jual, and morally right. This Is the propos- ed tar on unimproved 3ind tabes. fill taxes were confined to this ono plnn for all purposes of pnljllr rcronuc laborers would be Tree of taxation. All proiJiicttoi: frfp, pt taiatlon. Karmr-rs would be relieved of tixillon fnrmora. Thtlr land ralue only .iTd hn nril thfi anil 1C a farmer TPS cti- (n farnlner imiTr-r tTjIn rhn wnuld be fess than undsr tho proHrsnl plan. If he WAS nngagpd In apccuhtlnp Jn land and holding his lenl meant, hoping for a rlso, he woiilrl hull more lo nay u Ihla ijltin than timlor tlin prostnt If n vinn honestly an inc iio-.vcvcr large, f'faii lo sec'how not yet hwn receded, but there Is no doull of Its coming through, since lliu nlao, la cloEely tliu llaea al- to, uuil Ateoplod as the general policy throughout Cauailt. Only tliU federal U now uwiilteJ before putt lug tlio rclieme luto oporitioa, STEAHEK IN HAMFAX. N. S.. wlrtf- leas tecclTCJ by the marine and Gsh- criei doparlineiil tiaro this niornlug ..Dae, "froni tho Urltiab steamer Meaaba slat- bolfljf mtde.ior tha al c a-ul- sba Iho Uriilth steamar Kauiajlma, ro- ported In dlstrcai off St. Johns. opening uu of nicdlcal' work In the prorioco In connection with the cam- BKainsl renerenl {lleauie. Reg-! ulailoua ;mased uuJur Ih'i act havo beon r-pproved tin order-In-couticll, and certified copies aro now Icing I Kent out to police inoglstnitcs In oik, parts o( tho 'province. _ Shortly ivllerj the nuiv year schema will bo deflnltoly Into operation. Four clinics he calabllslipJ for tho treatment oi i too. CaFRary, Lethbrhlgc and Hnt.'nml will probably bo In each case a rented sulle of rooms, In a town olTire building. It li the Intention of the provincial health department, uudor whoso rectlon tbo wcrk Is to le carried oix, to equip arid maintain tneio e'Jnlfs In strict accordance with the plan egrecil by the federal health nuthorl- tics nnd the several provinces. For mil approval from Ottawa or the tp.Lloil plan In Alberta has DODO'S 4 KID NET! 7n Practical Gifts for Men JAEGER'S WOOL TAFFETA SHIRTS JAEGER'S WOOL HOSIERY JAEGER'S BATH ROBES JAEGER'S HOUSE COATS JAEGER'S SLIPPERS JAEGER'S AUTO RUGS FANCY STRIPE SILK SHIRTS FANCY AND PLAIN SILK MUFFLERS WOOL MUFFLERS CLUB BAGS CANES HOUSE SLIPPERS SWEATER COATS BELTS, PLAIN AND 1NITIALBUCKLES CLUETT SHIRTS DENT'S GLOVES HOLEPROOF HOSIERY SILK AND LISLE HOSIERY FANCY SILK HOSE FANCY SUSPENDER SETS FANCY ARM BAND SETS COLLAR BOXES TRAVELLING SETS AUTO GLOVES PYJAMAS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR, AND STANFIELD MAKES PYJAMAS, PLAIN AND FANCY are a boon to women, be- cause they regulate the func- tions of all these organs without any irritation or dis- agreeable effect 3.J. rf A. qSANTA CLAUS AND PUBLICITY WALK ARM IN ARM FOR THE BEN- EFIT OF US ALL. New Arrivals in Men s Neckwear Express shipment received today to add lo our present wide and attractive range oi "the newest" in neckwear for something different. 75c, His Own Suit or Overcoat Fit Reform and Society Brand Suits and Other Reliable Makes Suit Pricei, J48, Overcoat Prices to WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR A MERRY XMAS TO ALL, McKelvie McGuire Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in' Southern Alberta ;