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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR FEBRUARY 5, I lu DA8.T HERALD. Ictbbtiboe Deralb letbbriboe, Siberia BAILV AND WEEKLY Proavlttora and THt HifULD COMPANY. LIMITIO ttt South, W. A. tad Director feint Ton net BMinasi TELEPHONIC Office Otflu 1252 1224 Bureau Balir. per week .....I .1 fvf yeai Dairy, by mall per year by mall, year WMklr, by mail, per year to U.S. rlter, Professor Maciniilau, iu the ournal of Commerce. He argues that he only alternative to legislation hich is designed for the good of ons ass or another of tho State Is tbe police theory" of government. Tbls as the popular theory In Britain In he early part of the nineteenth ceu- ury. H was based on popular dea of the freedom of the Individual. hat he requires Is .-freedom, and the province of the government Is to be sort of guardian ot tho peace while he citizens compete with one another. Thus il was believed that the greatesl good of the greatest number would be promoted. Now, when cue brings the police theory ot government, says iMr, Mac- mlllan, to the of experiment he discovers at once that it does not pro- mote the general weal. It matters not which one ot the histories of the first halt ot the nineteenth century in IA. E ELECTED IUSTEE CdDN'l' Idaho Sthoot District Vtumtt Mutt Hold Electi' 1 Wanwr It reform eOecllou the Indemnity vote takaa by the old council which each x year, was what probably carriol the flection' for Vmr. _ Major Davis, wealthy Phil- adelphia lawyer, arriving from the West Indies, was not allowed to 'bring ashore several quirts ot Scotch Ho Immediately bought ticket to return to the Wert Indies, an- (nounclnx from now on ha "la a aeces- P. Butter was ciosen Presldeoi pr ot tie Toronto Branch ol the Canadian BICKED UP ,SSING BOIY VIAM Maine farmers are demanding and 1100 ton for eabbajea. Committee Appointed to Scej That Farmers Oo To Kay- j mond Monday to Vote (Krom Our Own Correspondent) MAGRATH. Feb. local U.F.A. members met in the 7owu hall on Saturday evening and contracted considerable business relative to their work. President 0. Jensen oc- cupied the chair. A number of dele- gates represented Magrath at loo re- told of the poor and the weak being intercs'tlng rcport o( convention ____. of of a dally on address label. at pa pen after expiration data It Mir aaUwritr to cootlniM ttt THE EXCHANGE 'SITUATION The Canadian dollar has depreciat- ed to the enUnl of 17 ti per cent, as .compared to' the Am erica log the downward; .trend, ot, the British soverelfitf. Tbitmeans that an addition- amount'oMlTo oni 51000 has to bq .paid by.tne Canadian merchant who ;sends-''tp the .TlnH.ed' States for his goods. One effect of this will be that I within the'Do'mtn ion arid' with 'Great Britain. Until the 'British s6veretgn regains its par value jn exchjioge, there cannot be hope that the Canadian dollar will rise to _ normal. The exchange ESlualion is '.with by a writer in the January' num- ber of the Commerce Monthly, .issued by the National Bank of New York. In Ibis ho points ou( that: before the war New York funds at a slight discou .ing part ot the fluctuation in exchange between' 'iNew York and Canada was '.very tmall, so much so lhat the Canadian eiploltcd by the strong. It is tbo most revolting page In the history of England. When the royal commissions had heard the evidence as to the hours and conditions of labor for children n the factories, and of the chimney- sweeps, apprentices, and of Ihe women rorking in the mines, a wave ot in- dignation swept over the country which soon mndo short work of the police theory of government. Professor Ma'coiillan contends that since the days of Confederation the parliaments ot Canada were constant- ly passing laws In the interests of one class and another. The railway policy has uniformly been to assist the builders of railways, and to assist those riarts of tho country which more than, .others needed Tha navigation policy, from the subsidii- ing of.the Allan Line In. 1852, has steadily assisted the.owners of ships. The Agricultural policy, from tho count in. Montreal njiirl year an'avat "all'1 limes establishing' of agricultural colleges to rural credits and hall-Insurance has been designed to aid the fanning class. Most prominent, however, has bee'n tariff. It frankly sought to benefit the manufacturing classes, and was and Is class-legisla- tion, If anything can be. The writer In the Journal of Com- merce' says that he is aware that it his been nrged that railway houses, ship subsidies, farmers' credits, and prolecllve customs are for tba general and gave information regarding seed grain, etc. The matter of tho forma tlon of the new irrigation dlstrlci which Is now under way was explained and discussed. An election In con nection for this will be held In flay mend on Monday next, February 9lh and all land owners In this dislrir are requested to attend this eleclloi and vote. The new district comprises 190000 acres in -the Magrath, Ra> mond, Welling and Slirllng dlslricts The following committee were ap pointed, to notify all land owners an make arrangements whereby the could go to Raymond to cast thei vote E. Bennion, J. Brown, J Pliarris.' J. T. He'unlger, A. Dries. G. Bailey, J. C. J.. Forsylli, J J. Glbb, John Barras and D. ham. N A committee was appoinled t socilit for new, members U.F.A. J. Sabey, E. Hodges, C.H.-Dudley, Jr T. Hocking. C. V. Harris. Tho Women's Institute held a ver successful whist drive on Monday ev nl'ng, 10 lables were in play and; pleasant evening spent. The houo werii'won by Powell' an3T5. Corn WARNER, Feb. Al a eotlug of school boart on Jay. a new election for Idalw chool Dlslrkt was ordered, on unt of the Inability of the ected to qualify. The dance held in tie Athletic Hill n Friday was reported as belnj one the of the season. Belag a ard Times somo of cott- ues worn, were provocative of much and displayed the much Ingonully. Mlts Woolard were the prlte -KlsBtM. Hncing waa kept up to a hew. Gordon Jail Orchestra foniahtvc Mr. has been vlilthw Ir. J. Plttman and Mr. nd returned to his home in South >akota last week. Mrs. J. Bugler, who recently under- went an operation In re- urncd home last Thursday, Mr. Bug- er going up tne previous day to ac-1 oinpany her home. Mrs. J. P. Whitty. of Billings Mon- aco, is spending a tow weeks at. the Crou SocMy. Church orjanlsts at St. Louis threaten lo strike unless salaries are The Edmonton whoo! board fixes tee for Kljh school teachers' at from to 12300. The Brelthatipt Leather Kitcheoer, have purchased Co., of the Kit- linger property for and pre- unted It to the Y.M.C-A. Bill presented to the Maryland legislature would limit rentals to 15 per cent annnil profit basis on tnvest- Tho proMnoIal police brought down Powell Rirer the two And and Rooe, who are in con nection with the killing ot Gus Bloom a few days ago. Bloom was shol while in company ot these two, evl dently while trying to act as peace- maker. An Inauest Is to be held, Approximately 540 Inclw ins K dreadnoughts, 13 pre-dreid 8 armored cruisers. and 17 ounced as Alter peter- ed dlviiJendB and federal luxes the ompany earned 13-11 per rail, on Us common stock compared ith 8.30 per cenl. the pteceding year, snowed. light crulMn. will be Ihe peace-tl strength ot the American navy after next July 1, the house naval committee wit told by .RearAdmtral Taylor, chief ot the bureau ot construction and re- Grady. of her 'parents, Mr. and General Leonard Wood and Herbert Hoover, were declared to be "two foremost Presidential possibilities now before tho American people" by the Rev. S. Parkes Cadman in a speech at Now York, Dr. Cadman said there wecq many others, including President Wilson, but expressed belief that the President would not run again because ot the Ihird term "bugaboo." The Comeunity Sen-ice campaign In Toronto closed with a total of toward the objective of H. H. Dewart, K.C., has asked tho Ontario Allorneytleneral to open an Investigation into tho affairs of the Hamillon Dairy Company. 'SraHSESslJSssSfflSwsrsf 11. Janiteson, who was removed to office of the .ethbrldge for nn operation last week, Is reported to'be doing nicely. Cpl.. .McCarthy, of the H.N.W.M. Police, now .stationed at McLeod, spent a. couple-of days in week, to vlslVhis 'Buddy, S. Boyle. They spent two years together In France and Germany, Cpl. McCarthy was stationed here at one time prior to the war arid met many of his old friends. I. P. Rowland and H. B. Cbisholm have-returned'after aUending the U. F. "A; Convention at Calgary. oronto at .Toronto. fo November 30, 1919, were the larg I Hccprd to lhe annual report made publi Chicago.. Net pronU wore an Quick Service ON Victor Records s Ask us for any Record In the big GET THE LATEST you Our clerks nj-ill give prompt, courteous service. Records to .out-of- town cusotmers came, day or- der we guarantee sate delivery. ASK FOR THE BIG FREE CATALOG, fent anyirhere. llMk onw the and the American dollar met 1 parity in the border cities. relation between Canada and j the United States must ot necessity be in the flue- in the 'exchange. But beyond ihls there is another aspect to which the Commerce-.Monthly draws .atten- H is that In addition to the owed by Canada to the States in the excess of Imports over exports, "there is the interest on loans made in the States. Canadian securities held In the United States In October last, (including holdings of government and good and that the wealth which these classes thus gain seeps through to the big body .of the public. He bow- ever has no concern to deny this. Bingham, the 'cbiiEulations. Mr J..Harker and 'Mr, Asel Pissey. R freshments were .served by' the ladi and Mr. J. H. Turner the score cnrflsfthe" ladles expei to hold a sefieOjLKhlst drives .and! no'doubt lhe next be held on SS.. Valentine's Lloyd Brad Shaw-.ia progress- ing slowly V- The quarterly, the Taylor Stake will'bV h'eW on Saturday and Sunday'nexl. The first meeting will convene at 10 a.m. Saturday. Everyone is cordially vlted to attend. '.ETZIKOM. Feb. school board lavo at last secured teachers for th schools, Miss Cain from Avalon an Mrs. Boer from Elzikom. Miss Cai will take Uta junior school and .Mr; 3eer the senior school. School star WJiat primarily concerns him In Ihat the iniinediale and direct purpose of such laws- is to benefit one class rather than another. He at-the samp Eomewnat. cynically observes that. theory" of govern- ment was also defended in the name of the general good. -.The real trulh, observes Professor Macmillan, is, that lhe strong win in government, as nearly everywhere else. The police theory suited tile bonds and In railroads and i2miowners ana capitalists of Britain public' utilities, but excluding Indus- 'irial' securities, amounted to more Added to this there is vhat is reckoned to he approximate- and therefore came into existence. When Lord Sbaftesbury mobilized the conscience of Dritaln, and enroll- ed lhe landowners against the capita ly ot American capital j ,lsts (n ihe factory laws pre- in Canada in the way of Can- adian branches of U.S. concerns. On theseiamounts there is a large sum has to be remitted to the Unl- .ted States from Canada in the way of and principal. This phase of 'the situation Is felt in Lethbridge in 'the. way ot bonds where payment of vailed. Because the railway interests were able to enforce their case they got their bonuses. Because of the able organization of the manufactur- ers of Canada they havo been able lo get the ear of government. Because the farmers have many votes they have been considered. And now lhe e-pf onr Irade with Great Britain reverse Is true, nnd the bill exceed' the bills payable {t Inch-'in extent that eho has bee: forced to obtain credit from us to manV 'of her purchases of foodstuff 'produc'ed In Canada." Sir John poin ed onti a still further factor i ,'the credits granted Fn.nce, Belgium Greece and Rcumania, and to som eiteiiV Great Britain, for raanufactu ed goods, the raw materials for-whlc are largely Imported from'tbe Unite Slates and have (o be paid for in casl Still another factor Is interest pa; ments on our foreign debt. "The n lubliiution of our he decla ed, "can only be accomplished by sa1 dng, economy, and .greater .produ tlon." CLAS? LEGISLATION hear a great deal of class le Islation In these days as applied the farmers' movement. A. diflpaflsio tlons and their callings with manj mpathcltc friends In other callings coming into power. They art ask ig for class legislation, and tbe> eem likely to get It. Professor Mncmlllan makes a gooc ase, and if our legislation is analyzet interest has to be made in New York. classes, through their organ! In n'ts address to the shareholders ;Slr John General Manager of .the Bank of Commerce, shed a very illuminating and interesting light on the "foreign exchange situation. In regard to the abnormal rates obtain- 'ing .he. said "It has perhaps become ,falriy.rgenerally known among those who take an Interest In the matter that oar imports from tho United 'Slates: greatly exceed our exports to and that in the cose "of Oriat Britain the reverse is trae, .OUT exports greatly exceeding our Im Therefore, in the case of our 'trade with the United states, there Is 'a scarcity of bills receivable, whlcr- oft against our bills pay to that country; while in thi 0 cannot but come to tho conclusion lat its whole trend ia one ot clai iglslalion. The extradition of the ex-Kaisc urnishes a subject for discussion i 1 dull season. It fills a want as muc ,s the proverbial sea-serpent is reck- oned to do. fFrom Our Own. CARMANGAY, Feb. lown people of'Carmangay wern greatly shocked when they heard that Mrs. T. G. Parkinson had passed away at Vancouver, B.C. Postmasler Parkin- son and his wife left Carmangay on Saturday, Jan. 31st for Vancouver to spend three or four months on ac- count of Mrs. Parkinson's health 33 she has not been well this-winter, and arrived in Vancouver on Sunday night. n Monday night Mrs. Parkinson pass- d away. She was only.sick a shoH 'hile, heart failure being the cause of ier death. Mrs. Honeywell of Lossland, Sask. s visiting at the home of Mr., and Mrs. C. U Sltinncr. Two1 of the local rinks of Carman- ;ay went up to Ctinmpion Tuesday night to have'a game with the Cham- boys. Most everyone In Carmangay is under the. weather this week. The inter-church movement con- 'erence which was to be held in tho public hall on Tuesday night was call- ed off on account of sickness. Several members of Barons were up lo attend the meeting of the A. F. and A. M. Monday nighl. Mrs. W. Hlachly is s Calgary ed today. Mr. Jack Gowndry, sonll west of lown, lost his best saddl horse last week by it falling on Ic and breaking its. legs..., But very fo Innately as I was on back when It fe _JIr. andv-JIiV'BudtSewaH receive .a; very nleisafc last Tbiir r evening', wjtanj'qinte a large crow friends arrived ana spent the eve- ning and presented th'em with a beau- iful eiderdown comforter costing over HO. Mr. and Mrs. Sewall and little son are leaving next week for Cal- jary. They expect to spend a month or so there and then go on to Edmon- ,on, Mrt Sewall is at present buying a carload of horses. Ed. and Alex. McFarland .urned home last Friday. Mr. George Ness waa a visitor In, town Sunday and Monday. Judge Sargent is'at Jlanybe for a few days. 'Mr. nobinson returned home from Orion Saturday.' 'Lltlla Faith Sargent had quite an accident week. She had been playing outside and came in to wann her feet and had.taken oft her shoes Her molhnr had just lifled a.pill'ol ush pioneer, died at Harriston, in his j netieth year. Heriton Slmonovitch was sentenced I twelvo ycars.In the penitentiary fprl tnslaughler fo ojhn Repchlnster at amilton on lhe 23rd November. Long Island City, N.Y., is said to I ave the largest coffee pot in the drld. It holds 418 and is illed up every half hour for m'en of a railroad power house. A party of gravel pit shorelers on I Michigan road quit their Job week because they wera only receiv-l n' a day, and thought they nght to Bet A 16-year-old Mandad, N. D., boy i asked to be admitted to the reforma- ory so be could learn a trade. Hit request was granted, the term to ex-1 >lre any time he wishes. Aliens and citizens alike between I 16 and 21 years who are illiterate I will bo compelled to classes of Instruction 200 hoars yearly under a bill adopted by lhe U. S. U. S. churches have gained nearly I members since tho last church, census was. taken In but there las Vee'n' a crease in" tie number 'of Sunday school -pupils. driver of a mo tor truck at Kalaniazbo, c'o'oid not slop or cross In saw lime: turned his machine up the railroad tracks and kept ahead of a switch engine. The gong at the crossing ad fcHcU lo 7Grk. The cily council at Revelstokc has agreed to purchase a touring car for he purpose of showing tourists the mountain scenery about that city and especially the 'big mountain ride tip he face of the cliff right In front of ho station, one of the greatest rides in British Columbia. Three officers of Gabrlele d'Annunzlo, visitor this week. Carl Anderson of the Kord garage was a Lclhbridge visilor last Salur- day. The grand concert which was to be held in the Opera House under aus- pices of the Indies' Aid of Ihe United Church has been called off on account of sickness, and will take'piece on a Thcro could not have been a more pproprlato person singled oul in tho Slales to see that America Is not de- prived of Canadian Senator Underwood, pnlp'wood tlian If (here is any Irnlh thai every fog means a day of rain, there ia good augury for the coming season In the misty fog which appears tdbc pre- valent on mornings in the district Just now. ".The gale ajar" I? liow lhe farmers ot Barons look towards the Irrigation projects contemplated. Ida, which, the Initial letters of tho Irrigation Development Association make, is bringing many to her feet. With all our antipathy to anything which afTors of. .red, there thing red which ihe city might wbll adopt, and that Is placing red light by the fire alarm boxes. There is not a doubt lliat many in the city arc un-. familiar wilh- Ihe location of thrac. nnd a rod light would serve as a guide in n case of emergency. This Is worth conslderallDn. and will mid lo Hie vuliic of tlm [Ire- later date. Mr. Cieo. Weller of-Lelhbrldge was calling on our local business men lo- day. The clfinco given by lhe O.W.V.A; last Thursday night was well rid and all reported a good time. The next one will be held on Feb. 26th. Mra. II. Altermatt ot Barons waa up anil played tor tho O.W.V.A. dnnce last Thursday night. Mr. and Mra, Dean and family es- pcct to Carmangay the lailer part tit this week tor their new home in California John Mohonoy Is looking after the coal and (ced businces of II. 0. Aim quisC this week. .1. Stcen is visitor lo Calgary this week. W. Taylor who has been spending lhe greater part of (he wlnler at his farm at Maeleod returned lo his Cnr mangay farm last Monday. It Is reported that Mr. and Mrs W, d. Hamilton who are Vislllng with Mrs. Hamilton's parents at Chicag arc. laid up with the 'flu and that the won't be homo for some time. (J. II. Sorcnsen, Mrs. K. Sorcn sen nnd Mrs. Thos. Williams wcr boiling water from the stove, and Faith bad her feet on tho oven door and look one doirn and pnt It by mistake into the boiling water, scald ins her foot very badly. She Is get ling along nicely now, not fo use her foot yet though. Tho ciub is arranging 'a good musl cat program for tomorrow night. Oil new banker, Mr. Graham, Is musician. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson's Illtle daughter has been quite ill. Mr. Pilley Okotoks last Saturday morning.: Jlr. Chris Lyons, north of lown, aho foal a horse last week from fall- ing on lhe ice and breaking a leg. Mr. Montgomery, of the Masscy- arris CD., from Calvary, is In town r a few days between trains. The cold weather is pretly hard on ic siock. Mr. Watson lost a colt lust eck. There have also been some orses died south of here. the forces of the insurgent leader at Fiume, have been arrested while attempting to seize a submarine and bring it In Flume. At the same time eight guns- and sixteen cars load ed with bombs were stolten and sent lo Fiume. Margaret Bonfield, secretary of the National Federation of Women Workers, who was a member'of tho British delegation to the labor con- gress at Washington, has been adopt- ed as the .parliamentary candidate ot the liberties for the scat of North- ampton, Eng. H. G. Perry was elected by a major- ity of thirty over H. A. Carney, ex- mayor, at Prince George. It was a I Good-bye, Cold on the Chest! Here's come That's the Ther- mDKCr.9 principle. With the aid of this wonderful curative you can rout a, cold just as suddenly as it at- tacks. SIMPLY Thermoijene to the affected part to night, for in By room- Ing the trouble fuii' vanished! CURATIVE WADDING (Vandenbroeck's Process) _ potentUl m yenient Form.' moment it turaa thbjato tkit loet ttTMtht to. the of iwttnt rt- tfct ohl-fMUOiM.! I_____ _ comfortable 01 ter. RewJr H cornel from the ttox-full dtrecdoM closed. UMd l.ntuh Red Royal HtfTt Anay anil KtBptUlf. Eef- ita At All Ctntt per Box Invented Vanrfenbnxck, the famous Bet- Chemirt. BritUh-mrfe by tie icnc Co., Ltd., Hwwird't Hcitk, 1 Seles Agtnls for Canada Harold" F. Ritckie i 10 McCtil St., Toronlo M Vulcan vfailors lasl Monday night, Unless tho ro'iirt riilos othorwl the wlahos of John H. Chamber Now Ynrk phllnnlhroplsl, will b Ignored, and C-yoar-old twins wl b.ive lo return lo a foundling nsylum He adoplcd them, bill faile jtu nvik'.' il li-E-J1 rrroin Own CorrcroontJcnt) FOTIBMOST, Alta.. Feb. hing that Is called Inflnenzu has made is appearance in Foremost. Mr. Roi- irts has been more or less sick since ils return from Winnipeg and is now to his bed. Miss'Riana War- burg, Mr. Druhan and Mr. Frosser are or havo been more or less Indisposed. iVo arc hoping that il is not the same variety ot influenza as last year. The "llnttlcra" club of boys c sumcd largo (jitanlilles of pork and beans and other things and had a good time generally at lhe parsonage laal night. The bachelors ol were ai home to their friends last Friday night in the hall. Mr, Fred Blford, of WestHoM, is wearing n very expansive smile these days. The cause Is eleven and n hal pnunds of liaby girl, born in bridge hospital Monday, .lanunry 2fi. (tVoni Our Osn Correspondent) HOWVlLhK Feb. masquer- ade bail given In tlio hall last Friday evening was very well attended. Mr, and Mrs. Qufnton Talbol received the two first prizes which were given for the two beat, costumes, Miss Lynn has been engaged as eacher in Uowvillc school tor Itils orm. Mr. George Wymim 13 homo from algary- where he haa spent moBl of he winter. 'Mr; Chris.'BBger Is .Spending the wlnle'r with-his parents in Idaho. Mr.; and Craig motored ver, lp' Claresholm -last Sunday lo Mrs.'. Cralg'B parents, Mr. and For I he first time In 20 years Chi cngo Police Trial Hoard dockel not tonlnln u Vase. I'rohllilllon I given as thi; reuoa. DISCOUNT FACILITIES This Bank is prepared to make individuals, partnerships and companies against approved trade paper on favorable _ _ Do not hesitate to. discuss with us the requirements -of your business. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R..T. Brynirier, Draw on Your Customers VIra. Meyers. The Embroidery Club be enler- ained by Mrs. Hitchcock on Thurs- lay afternoon, Feb. 5lh. Friday afternoon, 6th; a ihownr will be held at the home of Mrs. A. Hoode In honor of Miss Stud- rud who is to be married lo Mr. Uustav Oreen In the near" future. Miss Sludrud hat'tai'ighl in thO-How- vllle school for the last two years and has made many friends. Word hag been iiial. Mrs. James Hood who has been receiving medical Ircatrncnt for Hie Insl two months In Vancouver Is not Improv- ing." Mrs. Hood Is suffering from n novcro nervous breakc'nvn. Mrs. Merlon Craig who has been rery sick is in the cnnvalsccnt slase through .the Merchants Bank. With t Branches in all parts of Canada, and corres- pondents abroad, this Bank is in a position to'prcsent Drafts promptly, nave them accepted, and collect payme'nt, least possible trouble and cost-to yoa, .Jhc Manager be glad to talvo up tliia twtter with MCRCHANTS BANK OF CANADA EsfaWialwcJ 1884, IP.THERIDCB BRANCH, R. j. DINNING, ulto Al Di-TOiir and ftr.A ;