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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HKIIALI) TUESDAY, Ubc Hltcrta DAILY AND WF.EKUY Proprietors Publishers VI. Butnanjn TELEPHOR Office Editorial Office. r i reconstruction period as au excuse for j delay. Agricultural development is a pari i j and parcel of reconstruction. Ijind will not be taken up aud cultivated- If toe implements of prtwuctipn continue to he protected EO as to put tho farmer i of Canada in an inferior position to the farmer over the line. Can the THE MANUFACTURERS' AND TARIFF The Manufacturers' As- 1 socUlion declares the present is laa i Had :lie manufacturers intimated that they were prepared to accept a tariff revision downwards, after the recou- t f truciiou period, tariff misht I have ceasei.for the moment. There is tected interests sre merely usics the I CHIC'AUO, Ouadian HICKED, UP 'IN SS1NG KOU TUI-; IH'RY MAN breeders of uure hred.livestock open- ed tho Reconstruction pfrtoj with the greatest importation ol Am- erican-Angus thai erer out ot the Col. Sau'iiders has dut- ies as police tnasistrak' 111 olstary. Two youus boys cf Sunn, near l.ondou, Out., have ulrt.uly nuulc- ma- ple- syrup from this fear's sav- In Canada, unj not rolling slock, AU Important uiiisurSi Intro- "lucej'in tho U. e. IcglslalVre. the' In the newspapers luo liur- forthcoming session seeking power to goiuastejr appeals to the selt-resnei-t ot appoint an official school trustee in the Germans to retrain (rom fotnmor- ".'let' communities. In some cialiiins' iron crosses' and other tier- cases, Ihu school Inspector ot (lie irar- man decorations ot war. Hcular uistrltt with' the authority or- a Uwrd of School tiver one livestock, au inciva'se hi a United according to Secretary I Dvor lOMOO.1 million ,'e.ir 'of Charles Cray ot the AmeriMB Aber- defn-Anjsus Breeders' .Association in Seth'Bpidshavi-. olJ timer ot Uol- reviewing the year just closed, Not and. Mail., and father ot a soMisr ov- only did the get the highest erseas, knitted fjpco pair j remOTa] of ,nj3 tariff will encour- scriplioa. f remain. i nge further If 50 he is con- uadicihig his own arguments for it is s a contention ol the mnnufacturer thai ihe tariff, removal will not reduce Ihe prict. -Vow if that is the case, the farmtr as persisteui about tarill the manufacturers concilia- tory a compromise couH be very reatl- of priLe-v.-iunit-g "DoadlesV that shows' well known aflvo- urejeate of livestock in Wes- the i Canada. at UnnnJou. He 'livoj in Mauttcba since Mrs. Bessie Trayer IXj'jklas, wife of the Bell. Telephone'ccmpauy's Well- aud manager, dropped iload while combing her hair, bavjus oiuiaroiitly been in good health. KaiiiiUoii Horiicultural Swfcly. nn- liku the St. Tbotnas Horticultural So- flclyi Is iirilacaced-iy sentiment A MEMORIAL OF HUN DEVASTAT10N- The of Ypres will The city wHf no" bo .TJelgltini VprVs to the-Mncra- fniurf. of German btrbarisin. Tiie'seeptlral. vrlio some- ;sruc3 themselves a-- doubiiul about Germany's can saiisty (ht'jiEelves by visiting Ypres trfav Germany wiw refcniltsfi in avan ourselves of entrance 'into otiMC ;v? WDuUl thfuk. Is the city iu wa'i irnajine it tj produce conditions existed again. Ypres will slant! forever Q blot Tbe tnaaufacturer puts up the coun- ter offensive, "Where will we get the revenue to replace the through removai ot customs .The far- mer forgetful ot that. His plat- rcnu advocates direct taxation, income las. ami land tax. There may fce suh- stjniial reasons for a lariff.m Can- ada, but al no time it be tnore, ihan a tariff for revenue. The bulk j ot our revenue should come from a direct ias. Tariff "for revenue sounds svell and Is a good policy, but while it ily rtAcheii. Tariff changes that ivxinld i only affect the very necessary imple- uienls of production and that would markets, would be acceptable 1'or the present, at any rate, and K general revision could be held over until stable Vipoii Germany; ii will also fee-_ fore the world 25 one ut the great aatrifices made by UeUrtam Oefenil rights a? a nation. ihe "tops" at both the luteryat- ional Aberdeeu-Angus'sale at.Chirago. and ihe best at the Es'cher t at Irwin. as "well pick troui the herd of Dr.- Raymond Brown, Joliet, Illinois, taking t'wenly with sis calres ut foot. From O. V. Battles. lona-lifril Jias been a winner around the 'show circuits ol the V. S. and Canada for a decade and half, the McGregors 'also: bought (our head ot the choicest .things XT. Battles woulJ allow 1o so. For Blackbird Progress McGreg or paid' At the International he paid 51.000 for Ames "Plantation 1" J650 for Black Alia1 or Sun; Dauce, for '25th. Aj 3ons price was also -paW-for the Bat-1 ties cattle, the bull being especially well picked from a; that has been supplying some of the greatest bulls of the hreod-......- and therefore opposes ilie introduc- tion of poppies from Klauders into in 'ttic belief thai they are uoiious weeds. Tbe militia authorities are trying to arrange with the overseas authorities to place soldiers on transports xruuped a-icording to military districts Lo expedite their travel by.train. Alotnretil In 1917 "and is Klven ut TOt'.OOO, irrespective e, .lenvLni; ttie net uvudueiton u; toni. figures an Incrtsso compared wiih-iPIT- 01 tons gross, and an ot HX093 toiia net. The quantity ol coke maile about f tons. or an Increase ot about tons us compared, with Uli. I SVAK. .Stavert, of the lirjtlsh min- istry ol Information, formerly in'ouii- ueul official ot the Hknk of .Nova Sco in Canada, hat been nutdo a KntKii; oiiuinmnder oJ tho Orilvr ot ttie llri Kinpire. iti reiOgnitiuu ct rendered during the war. alstj at one tliuo with the-Hank of Mon- treal. Major It. (1. liar-ltsty. of KJinouton. ntHv with staff at V'ul- gary. who Is an olS-tlnfler In Alberta. Tho. (iehl of the city of 1'rlncc Hu- pert has been to n little over Restrictions on Ibe Issue ot Honor' l million and a lult dollars, with all prescriptions by doctors aud tho obliKattahs the finances are to Calgary jiaper. told ot sale of liquor by doctors and druggists a sntisfoctoty condition, sinking tundsi1''5 experiences durhig tt winter very tor medicinal imrposes a'e provided complete, and this in of the similar to this tn> 16S9.' Towards the in a bill .to amend the- Saskatchewan that the Dominion of Kebruiry a blizzard- followed Temperance act. custodian look over more than warm spell, aftei1 which tho rivers V -worth of properly arrears and jiro-lfroze. un very bani. maklnK the Ice if. II. Macleod. governnient'Itnds have not'verr thick and cnuslhg haVdships Id the. C. X. H., has written lo the laxes. J cattle, ami was Deer trade, (ho in- [followed by seven dry years, formation ilial the Braieau branch of: Mayor Cale. of Vancouver, is'eoh- the roai'. would he built Into Hed Deer sidering advocnUng the prohibition ot-' Two I'rince Ruperts this year. Sunday gasoline sales in that city, paid stranger in risli for out _ -and will'douhtleis .hrins the mailer pint nf excellent whisky; ftel'lhti- S. Moore, who for the past seven up as a proposal to'the city council, they have a grievance.-' The-" Wometi months lias been assistant managing The mayor holds that it is Just ns thought they were. hnytUK. for this director of ;ho Saskatchewan Grain easy for nh autoist to see that' the money J5 gallons ot Ihe forbidden in- has resisned'lo take on itn- gas-tank Is filled on Saturday nlg'uC toxicant, and lite test they made con- norland position with a largo financial as Is to embark upon searcJi for them tliat the iinallty was conceni In Kdiulturgh, Scotland. as good. filling stations' on Sunday morning.: Later they discovered that a capsule Somi! of the larger oil distributing containing about a jiint'ot'liiiuor had Rev. J. P. has been-companies: are. voluntarily closing been fitted underneath the bung nut! (or eight years the field secretary of their distribution centres on Sunday that tho remainder ot the barrel was Sunday schools and Young Penult's from us jccoacirite standpoint. Hull of water. The man', havllif: ills- Societies for Alberta and British Col- {posed of the .lonely, pint at the rate umbia, has resigned from his work The estimated gross production of'of f a gallon, .which undoubted- as field secretary, and will re-enter the coal -In British Columbia during 191S pastorate, having accepted au iuvita- 'amounted lo long tons, of lion to Nelson. which. 2S0.743 tons were made into ly constitutes w record, left' for tho south and u believed to be'In Yan- DEALING WITH THE BpLSHEVIKl j Albert Xlioaais, the French Social- u-t. has tio sympathy with the Bolshe- Inste'ad of agreetog to confer with the BoUhenki he ihinks the' Peace should hare in- structed thjD BolsUevikJ lo accept cer- tain he U'n'of lav- j? drable to-armed- intervention- is the use of giving orflexs it they can.1 H Xvoultt make the lilies :ridiculous: fitrengthen .BolshejiKi; ,''Ch'ere .Has the real crux it has-cot baen .a, real test in Canada. Oor es- jps'tariff protective, and a. protective tariff mean's th'at1 we'not if e coun- try bat we'pay an increased "price" to tlie manutactyrer, -by reaaon, of the protection he -possesses agafnst com- petiiian from the_outslde. Prthlbitkiti' in the'Vwhole Sup- ifose Ihe Bolsherist lioa goes to the Princes' Islands and.lies down in gen- with Ule Omsk, Odessa, OT irciankeUlsmhs; then 'there -will he in Russia! no more trouble, bul'if, as seems pro- i.WhlcfciTnuld.you rather be, BolAe- ijable, the Bolshavikl rt.'use all com- in Canada or in Russia? might have re-i f'nsed Ihe .Allied, conditions had the! Thomas'idea been tollowed-whal will happen then? If the League of Na- tions is to have any vame it must he to enforce its rulings. And in the case that would mean armed however one terms which the Confer- ence ssems epitaph Trh'tten for sol- graves In Eiigland is this one: "For your tomorrow they gave their 'today." Indeed they should'never forget it. aod we PROHIBITION NOT DOSING rGflCUND ProhibUion has come tj Kc- Oenlly in Ihia province there have kn most signliicaut declarations In favor.from bodies, varied and rep- the -Alberta Federation ol liabpr, the Great WBT the Liberia Liberal Convention, the Weat- tVii Canada Lumbennen. and the Un- Despite, in'many plac- tax enforcement of tne law and fjootlegglng, prohTbltton has advanced, Ttic good that ifes comd out ot prohibition and that come out much bftsets, apparent cjrils. Crime has bten lessened. Sir 'Winnipeg's VpIIce magistrate, only recently paid to prohibition and Hie marked of crime since it hecamc law. are too prcne la st'e the sjlA bootlegging1, accompany- IH prohiotlon and overlook the hene- 1 long AS the appetites o[ pro-prohi- days live, men will want liquor litil they may gel it. If money will f bootleggers will rist bring- appetftea wilt damn ,wohiblltonj and (rusi for Tts recall. for recall they forget stece -pTohJoitioii ivas passed 'women have been given ihe vote and women voii't help .pi any'stage. Vft may be (rue that Is still a deal of drinking but R Is Ihe old .dJinkftTB who ate drinkiug af groat .aiid great risk. -N'ew drinkers are not being created. The boys n't iho Open bars to lempl them first drink; 'jrol come otherwise, for the old drlnXers find the stuff too hard lo lo (rhare it with the of With the pnastne of the of ,days, will riot M.Jreiy lit- a new of to take (heir place, and the of will end of castoinerg, Columhla will disfranchise deserters froai military seems -Men, who don't think [enough their country to fight for j shouldn't have a voice in Its af- fairs. Col. Sir John Norton Grif- fiths, English M.P.. was fined ten shillings for-blackening the eye ot heckler at one'of his'meetings in ihe recent .elections. We can't help but admire Sir John, nevertheless. Tic Bru.ce, fjerald says there are three In thhi .rear's County Councli. The Toronio Globe thinks that there should he no appea' 'rom Its decisions, now thai three Dan lels have come to judgment.' "Free Irade.lanatlcfcni h i'.ie enemy at tho.gales of Canada's prosperity In peace not less truly than the Him wai the enemy at the gates of Canada's liberty in declares the Toronio Telejjrarn, whose vision doesn't reach beyond the suburbs of Toronto. MIgh we remind it, that the Hun Is a thor ough going high protectionist. 11 woula seem that we are more pre- judiced of cnc-my tolrtt or descent In Canada than In area Britain. citizens of alien btrll were not disfranchised 'In the recen British It was otherwise I Canada._ Lloyd Qeorge has liken man, Sir Alfred Monrl, of German det cent, Into his cabinet. If suck a thin as that was done in Canada, thcr would'he an awful uproar. Tom Moore, T'fcsfdent of the Do- minion Trades, arid Labor Congres went to Toronto to addrcs-s a mas meeting of person's opposed to th curtailment of free speech ami a fre press. Becanse eome of bis views d: riot suit certain elemenU of the crou lie was howled down. Frtfc sjiecch seems only when it is In accord with what the other fellow thlnk's. Hypocrisy is one of the mark- erf th.e (lay-pgiia- (From Oar t MILK lilVER, Keh. Henry. llert returned from Rochester, .on 1 Mday feeling much Improved.. Walter Smith has muraen from; erring with the II; army. Welsh has returned frorn France j Her serving' tour years. Mrs. C. A. Hiint'iS'- visiting her apghter, Mrs. Becker, -in--Ltth- ridg-e. Mr. Knuie, of Calgary, is" a-busihess.; isitor in town over the week-end. Roman Myerr has returned', -home', fter serving'foi'-a-Unie U.j' A. army. j Mr. and Mrs. Doleg'havjj movt'l intol leir cosy new A dance was n Friday by everal people L-' j Rev. Ferguson is a'-Visttor jn-tiwn d made avvisit the schoolrooms i Is morning (Monday) giving the] hildren an interesting lecture. j Gordon Ross has' >elnrned. i 'ranee afler serving" th'ree .'years in', le army and fine. a business" n Calgary. Mr. Harriet, ot pur-; hased the Jochem in business for will known as the Garage. AnlcItHe.iO Cut put for Trainmg the Invalided Soldier the Canadian casualties- were announced every heart in, Canada, thrilled with the "What will the co'untry.do to help these men overcome the handicaps they have that day Canada has been quietly developing a wonderful organic, tion to help restore the strength arid earning capacity "of Her- invalided soldiers.- is in the charge of the Department'of Soldiers' Civil Re- Establishment. It is, divided into three classes. The thirteenth annual-convention of he Alberta Social {Service; League las' been-called-lo meet-initho-rjily of Calgary on Feb. IT? IS and. Ifi. in he First Baptist church. The con- vention-will bs a verrrlmpo'riarit one dealing with such' subjects as The quor Act, iu enforctentent and 'amend- child eg, sociat p'ri'son' re- 'onn and many oVh'er'stmilar'in'aUerS. The Her. Shearer of gen- eral secretary council ot Dry.Clarence toge'ther il' speakers; aVery.'Irn'porlant one'atlfl.ilifbmis'ob '''1--1 1 VMSTBflfiA'Jl.'Feh. A' tltSpalch cSHen'froni t.Wmi siys'fhn'Bolilfe- vlkl ca'Dturerl'lhe town At AVindail, in on (lie Ilaltic 'J.- 9, CASUALTIES; 'f WASHI.VGTON, Feh. Of- tlclal tables of .major billlc casualties the American tr forces In France, made public ft today by fiencral March, chief. 's of staff, show that approximate- 'i ly ID.MIO radn remain !wli611y ff macconnted for nearly' ihrca monlhs after the cnilirig of'hcis- 't tilltles. tho missing .iTiil unknown are (ah- nlalcd lip', li) JariiiSry.' id for- Ward 'Occupations. Soldiers on account of.tlieir-in- juries, are confined ,to wards or to their beds in' hospitals, are taught handicraft of various kinds. This work is not meant to train a man in work by'which' he coiiki earn It is encouraged rather .because it 'diverts the soldier's his disability, and gives him lljjht fexercise. In this way it assists ..wonderfully in the soldierVrecovcry. Qfctip'aliQnal Therapy. .This wctrk is conducted in hospitals. to help in the cure of the patient. But it often serves as flic ground-work for a course in Industrial Re-training. The following gives some idea of the breadth and scope of the subjects'taught in these chanical drawing, woodworking, boot repairing, machine shop prac- poultry civil book-keeping, stcn- ography, telegraphy; fiiituslnal Re-Training. VVfic.h is so injured by war service that he cannot follow the occupa- tion or trade that he worked at before enlisting, tlie Department-trams1 him'for a new-occupation. For this is made of Technical Schools and Universities at. fourteen centres' throughput' the Here f primary training is given by specially planriidcourses.'' his tactual ;re-traimng Most of the ri-t'raining is given in actual factories and shops. Hundreds of large and small concerns have co-operated whole-heartedly iri this at the disposal of the charge, their equipment and the services of many of their staffs. 'Ninety-five per celit of those who liavc been granted "Industrial Re-training" Courses by have becii. successful' iii becoming self-supporting in'a new trade or occupation. v These bencnts arc'given by tiro partmcnt tocx-members'of the Canadian, British and AUic.d forces liy.iiig in who come within the classes for'which these benefits arc provided. During the period a man is'being "Re-trained" he and his dependents arc granted adequate pay and Allowances. Kill tl 't each of the combalant rllri- EiMin. The lolal'fs 5d'542, of are clBsslfJed as- missing.' To er.-j Ml ir.lmiltJ in ih Kitf. ikir 3rfirlmltll (JaJty giitK en applitslion fa ni Difinurr.1 -Stliuli' Xt-Krlsttillimlu-OTTJir.1, 22 nuria .V.S., IjiA Ito-tir. lltlll, fil.-FRF.DKKlti TON, N.H., Royal far.k Ktm 301. lliummd BtiUint, CAI. Si. CMirint e'.i fill I'