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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MGEFOITH TJ m I.K HERALD TUUnSDAY, FUmUJAnV fl, She HUxrta DAILY AND WEEKLY ind PubtUVrt .THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED US 6th street South, Lethbrldgt W. A. Buchanan Prtijaeat Bad Mauagins Director John TQrunce Business Muiger TELEPHONES Office Editorial" Office Audit of Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered jier Dilly, delivered per jew ......t7.50 .Daily, ky mail, per year ......J5.00 Weekly, by mad, per year.......H-M Weetly, by mall per year to Dates 61 eiplry-ot subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label Accept- ance oi papers after expiration date is authority to continue sub- seription. McKENZIE SHOULD HAVE BIG CROWDS is to be visited this w5ek a real war correspondent, who can talfc'just as ably as he writes. P. A. McKehEie served with the Canadian aiid: his talfcs here- will relate to hisintiraate acquaintance with Can- ada's fighting men. bare read niudi about the war and the psrt play- point to the .fad that the crop failure denied the hanl-worked. Farmer of his usual winter jaunt to Callfor- nla, and recompense- Califor- nia was brought to him In tbe weather we have experienced. Taking ft all in all Ibere are many arguments for holding Ihosa who have planted their stake, in Southern Alber- ta. We can late lhtcRs-35 they come, and in the analysis fiad much of cheer [a anything that goes to the droop- ing of spirits. It becomes an easy matter to bo philosophical with ft great deal ot 'truth underlying our philos- ophy. .PRESIDENTIAL TALK ACROSS THE LINE The Brooklyn i figures that since Tfewdore Roosevelt has (bff the ei-Preslient Tail Is a hkelr Presidential candidatVoa the Republican ticket he has ac- cepted some" progressive views on public it tint he will bo more gcneraUr acceptable to RppubHcaEs iii tbe mars- than an? oth- er uants mentioned. General Persh- fcng has been frequently mentioned, but It 15 said be has no Interest la politics. The United previous expertt'nco with a war.hero as a pre- iident vonld not warrant such, a choice, unless tlie man had other ojia- Hfications than a successful military Career. Theodore Rooserei't's deaih took from the Republicans .Its Strong- est presidential Umber. stood out aboTD all others, aa a nominee with a of success. If President Wilson dods not seek a third and there is ao cer- ed by Canada's men in it, but we will j tainiy as to is Democratic limber available, notably JIcA'doo and Secretary nf AVar Baker, both- of -.that H absolutely new to them. Mr.! whom have nwde quite good records .NcKenzie's lectures all through thejas administrators. A party in power every person who hears t: ,SIr. JIcKenzie will obtain information 5 Vest ha'vs attracted large crowds and h'as the best onporiDnity to develop the press reports tefer to the as one of tho very best who has ap- peared on tie platform. Lethbridge should greet Mr. .McKeniifi with big audiences, They will find his lee-' fures, Tiews that accompany them instructive and intere ting Mr. McKeozie and do not hesl- tate to urge our citizens to'hear all hi; lecture- 1 na arm chair war au- bis men because It can test them out in big places. Nearly every president has been Eomewberc in public service that brought him into" national prominence. -Roosevelt made .fame is a police com- thontv bat aa accredited war can -Uvcd-and mqred -cp flie Canadian corp x vhen it was'm the hottest ot the fighting I I SEEMINGLY ANXIOUS TCMMTSREPRESENT t Edmonton Bulletin imagines U t Is the July fchsolntely and nnpre: I In Alberta To be it Is to attack and misrep- resent Union Government and glonfv, T all the opponents of the government I It to make oat that the Letb Vhridge Herald was" so unfair as not'4o missioner in New York City and a governor.-of the state, 'Paft as a cao- Inet minister and a, judge, in the" Philippines, JVUson as governor oi N'ew Jersey, and Hughes, an unsac- ces-fnl candidate, as gofernor ot Tork.' Too Repnoircau candljate may eventually turn pnt to ie eovernor ot one of the In a year s limo_the canvas will be In pro- s and in a rear an oat may coine ,lo ihe front all the resolutions passed by -i the Liberal Convention at Calgary and 'it attwnpls to lead its readers to lx- Ireye; that .Liberal Unionist ..papers didnt report the convention -The.'Herald aevotoo'iat least ten columns to the report cohren- tton every resolution was reported i speech mejitioned and abkolute- ly no bias or prejudice was di nlayed. ;The leportj irere furnished by tha who re ported "the pro- oir-the Calgary Albettan and were prVi a lation pa ed by the convention. Tlie Herald was enterpri ing enough to EC scnre the Services oi the report er aad these reports were sent aa spe- cial despatches each day, at consider- cost In; leJegrapMc tolls. Of conrse It would not be fairness, as the Bulletin J-idges fairness for that pap- er to state the fact misrepresent uwoald rather _ThE MlLD WINTER, ;Mow IT WOPKS IProvldence tempers the Iamb use the sentence In ill reverence to that which xe Intend jo apply it. -That la to conditions as have been prevailing in Southern j'Alberla. I There has been considerable appre- many that ihe mild winter re the forerunner of a1 dry 'summe 'That jj'atter all onfy a surra! e IP If I' IMPORTANCE GETTING. to feSpth ouV hoys IB a'qire tmn fha( is a old as the hills It is true that m many countne where OT er popalilioa was a problem the que? Hoe relemi'to the oecunafions that- were to Bo fpand for them The gaes- tion today ha a new meaning and par ticmarly m Ixjihbridge at the present time with the recent eiample in the jDvenile court before ns. Tae removing o[ lempUtiona good in itjelf does not solve'tne nroh- The forming of a Christian-Lea. pae 6f the object.of remov- ing undesirable haunts pcrnioions io the yoang however worth) the ob- ject (he trouble halfway It is not enragh to destroy tha bane without finding And of the two the latter 15 more important in vchat is primarily sought after. We need in the city not ih'e mere aboli- tion of the things that hurt, necessao tboush this be but the finding of the counteracting The secret'; lies in finding the young rhe boy i rile li hetitii; aalmai with the na- tural craving for healthy sport Give him this and he not be for_pther outlets for his superabundant energies and to fill IB his spare tine That Is it he Is normal as most boys are The best solution that has so fsr appeared Is fhat ot Judge Jackson in the fojmation of league of elders io organise arid encourage aport. Too much cannot he Bade o( this idea' It p; s- f: 1J.MI forecasting the Imagmary dh fcreslcd thc all a world of and (o consder Ihs toon the present 1 winter has been to us It will ere late a spirit oi thankfulness which a AieetM frame of rotod, aiiel means Io be despised tor tjitr, ia 6plti> of high wfnds aliil minor iirnoYMces It will make us feel that Jfter M Southern Alberla has com St In batter ot wintering the ztock the wcafhef we iiate has a boon and a With lack of 1 aod feed by ;dry. Bpell as hard winter would have been iomethlng of vinegar to an .yoimd. .What has; been lost, by tile Irouiii has parllj retrieved by ffie mildness of the weafher and (he J'tfcJimans iroblem greMI) Truly a case ot tbe wind and shprn tomb when Ihe wey, re Curded jfs rralnou1) to npxl jear rrnp hi fearj that" fancy fie the farablc farther Thcj may stimulates the young mind so much as ;.'ne5 lne encouragement given them In (he tflfnj.3 liat concern them They iup ply the test. Olre jooisllitog thai roaltei Itio and ths healjiiy mind will follow. tiliti of league.for the prom'o- llon of healthy sport chonldlnot for wsnt b( the ncceasary Inleresl and eh Ihuslawn which It requires he to languish find die. canlzafion'of healthy Indoor gamea for PICKED UP IN PASSING BUSY MAN Quebec. would he considered aittl sc meeting of the house Thurs- day afternoon. Shuflle'ln .The re-seaJins plan oi the ministers wafi carried out with the tew-est possible change. Hou. J.'K. Boyle the desk occupied by C. W lion, A. G. tales Hon. GarlepyVforiuor place, and Hon. J. L-. Cote tit..lho liead at the Hue In the seat occu- by lion. J, R. Boyle. Hon. C. W. Cross goes Into Mr. 'McKay's late seat, and Mr. Gariepy takes the tlesfc Brooks has decided to havu an an- nual fair. Mrs. John ?i of age, Hrockville's oldest resident, is dead. W. II, May; a. (ormer mayor of I N'orth Vancouver, Is dead. v A. J. Henderson, of Cavan. ias eiecttni ot Northumberland antl Durhaai. It Is said that a referendum on prtv hibtflon will be takeu (n atout a rear. The Saskatcheixan sovernuient vacated by Mr. Cote. There a geceral losses. t. hail Of the opposition seaU the only John Kennuls. Mre.-McSCTBjr and There are C7 appficMtais tor divorce Miss MaitAdajus stjll occaix'eji sKits before the Cahadiau senaie are directly lu front oiTAleV from Alter la. If. kelson, whose recently at I'orl Arthur..was tor tiiir- (y years manager of'tha Tort Arthar tranch of tha Bank oj Montreal. E. of >Ic- Dougafl High school. Edmonton, lias resigned to accept an spnoinlaieTiT to a 'school Inspectorship'. The mcprae of pensioners and depend- of pensioners will be from rnurilclpal income lax in Saskatchewan! The c fseve'n'men ot Scolla schooner AVilliam Dutt abandon- ed fO N'a'shua on Feb. 1, was brought to" New Vofk, The British'sloop Penart is reported to have been sunk by a mine 23 btt the Tyne river. Tjro trawlers Irarc picked ot the crew. Constructioii of the War Jlemorial H. Pearsoa and 'James' Weir, tb is little group facing iiale.'vf Qie" house and the speaker's chair. The1 Debate r In moving the-lreply to.tbc. speech from tho lieutenant-governor. J. J. GaeU dwelt brieriy on the matters ot legislation outlined In the address. He especially complimented .tbo minister oi lieallb, Hon. A; G. McKay, for the capable and energetic .maroier in which his department bandied the ire tiuesza a-x tributp r amused tho applause1 the house. this connection 'ilr-.. -'Gaett "vi'as pleased la see that rnatters.ot health were promised cons Merat Ion. H was timely .that a genera! should ba carried Corward along ihe lines Ore provincial school sysleas. Tha question of s applying -niedlcal ser- vice to rural parts: was more serious, and. difficult to solve, Naturally ratal-1 cal men. settled In' the and cities. It might-be a partial sqlut.ion- of tne -problem iC schools of.inslruc- tion were established wherein-slutleut's might te irainea In' of medical VorS EuWcfenlly the rural districts- tRosd Development r.- Gaetx -wanted see. a -more active program Bf road" dOTelonment In ths province. -As years' experience- he f ar njer of -30 good 'roads to be an asset to the- ted roads were a Jiabilitr...Taking Ms coosUtnency as ah eiample, lie re- garded the iirorincial .-road situation is a.somewhat feyy Jiabililj. The taking orer of all tbe telephone lines io tha pronnct by the pronn cial wonld greallr all con- cerned.- Schools of 'Airicilture v The Bchools ot agHcoltur'e be increased and their field of -work as nuich-'.is-possrMG'ln-vie'w of tto excellent rconKs oWiined bj the elncc jh.cir estaliysn meat Tbe training of ea returned toHiera at tfle Ooiltfe of Ignculture at the University of Alberta was an other step in the rteht direction An other tribute to the ;work ot-the departaent tha fact t s (hroligh i goTehinie'nt: sistance aad prding tha dairy Indu on a splendid footing and Al herta batter stands'second.'to noue in the world t Mr Caetz placed the need ot giving all possible con Idera lion to the re establishment men in the pfovince Help Returhri J B Attina member for Did she ry referred almost eiclnsirelj (o the sue cewfnl of the vra- and the peat need for helping.'the frrturnjjd then to-an equltahla'position Inthe'cWI life ot the. province night had triumphed over might in Eurone, arid Ihej English-speaking" race had Walter I'aul, PreHij lei- fan layman. Is dead at Montreal. Work- !s to atari this year "bu Cal- Eirj-'s llanUolia government has the tai on lianks in tlit province. coundl tor scleulttit and Indus- trial research nis tor a cen- sus of Canadian iidustriei. Tow. ot (Million, prominent and, wealthy resWcnt of Argcaleuil county, Que., Is dead. Saskatchewan Legislature lias pass- ed i.blll providing lor the prevention and control- o( diseases. of aldermen in Winnipeg have been Increased from to U.- by ?pactment. 'sitting >t Prince 'At a Hunert, granted llvs divorces. C. ncadnian. formerly O. C: ISIlh Datlalioh, was honorably ac- qjliftcd at Quebec o! a charge of for- fety. f, Cant J. II. Burnur.ra. XI. i'., ror West Peterboro, has a proposal to lay before Ihe 'Commons to appoint a minimum wage b'oard: x- Ed. Xitlock, of Sulton, maple trees with success. This is a record for Quebec, for usually (be sap only runs about the middle! of March. ,t In Windsor border municipali- ties has been advanced from H to IT teiils a quart. In Chatham It at 12 cents a quari. On January 1, olepmargarine In stor- age in Canada, amounted to pounds, a slight decline from Dl'cem-: museum for the i liegma for the o Wch is to be'b jilt will Uii yjar j There, will be no amendment .to c3m- pel 'he cities oi to as Improi emente cent of their valoe The klvernmett -with drew tlieVb_iII Rev G A ton, Oh call eil gallon of -idelaldo. Street Baptist church London Countv Counil appointed McAeice cf Cuelph a former of Welland, Public School Jnspectpr for Wel'ofld county t of Winnipeg clt> em a combined membership of hare been amalgamated un der ihe leader hip ofrfiie Civic nloyeBa CouncJ Plans are being made Io demand su In wages I Al the'meeting ot the Counties Council 04. Durham and- Norlhumber land ilalur G E binder was appolat ed Public school for Inspcc to rate ot 1 o( tfie uafted cqvfuies >Iajor J V, Odell, Cobourg was ap pointed for InspectoratdiNo.vS, The appointment of It b by, rector of llio Church of. tho Re- deemer, London to puplt ot St Matthew a Anglican chrirch London, i announced by Ration 1 death of Rei G the f valiancy. The LaUmcr caused Gen. Pau the fambu3 French soldier, Has been head of a mission to Australia' and is expected Ih Ottawa" about trie-middle ot this tr teen brought Into a brotherhood' The government Is providing suJre-iiig sacrifice and rlctorr pecial train to carr> the dl tin would endure always The great snf rguished tho conllncul fertngs of war been enared oy Canadians In a noble ahd it 'should not be forgotten by the legl lature that a vtty Beep onligaflon exists to the men who and to the Relatives ot sleep in France and DandbrS Taxpayers of Winnipeg may soon have to pay practically (Sc whole coat of the JH.OOO.COO to Lake water project which is about to ie put un leV operation, thus relieving niral what was' ap- portioned share of the taxa- tion. John Fraser. who waa born at Jasper House-, In 1810, died at Kdnjontoii last week. His faiher.Tolln the Ifudttona' Bay officer In charge .of- House for IS years, iie wan -id F_______ 7hls obligation camevwilll special force on the conclusion of the uar and the pressing Iff 6f Ihe problems of peace. The proTjnce should'do a great deal for the soldiers hut it must be apparent that the utmost mas ml posafblo while AlbeHa'ls denied ihe control other own'na'tiiralVeaOurco'a While tbe TUTOUS dtpertmenls of Iho transferred to str Slavt Lake Grouard. where his family greir up. Melbourne H formerly of been appointed cnalrman of Ihc Drl tish Columbia settlement board, silcceedlne Maxwell Smith. re- orgBnlxod hoard will have a Trtcmher cellent wori In Oils cShneclldn the full Indebtedness lo-llie-retunial men' could not met rJiile ihe federal I such el3en' t. J and the i providing resources Trib'Ste to Women Mr Atkins paid a warm (r: pro _ the war dwelling espe upon IM rdasnlflcenl record? of records (he Red Ci ly Ulfi J, iwi Along Hne he Suggcsicd that the C A the smaller Kvery soldier who put on Ihe tfni- el fought nr trained to" light, will have a Job, n Hi rjyery soin h'5h Corp. T. O. Lcgale, son ot Itev! T. W. Goodwood, Ont., died at home from sea while oh ill France.' Pre bvlery of Parts has sustained the call ot the Tlllsouburg msby lerian'church to Rev. J.'M. B.D, of Hagersvitle. Cochrane vi-anls tho T t J? O Railway extend ed to'Jahies Bay, and also a new Ju- dicial seat Bearer home. Hen Capl. G. A. Clarke, at present at (he head of the V..M.C.A; citizenship campaign In England ha atcafcted i-all io First- Baptist church; Ed- Charged wUlijillegallv inipoTtinx li- quor into lhe Brooks pleaded guilty in the police court at ancouver, and was fined Vfr HI L W Pallerson v Good-bye, Cold on the Chest! Here's QUICKLY corac q With Of aid of thii curative you rout cold just aa tt t Thcrmogeut to iht affected lo-nlfht. foe in-i ttance. By mofn- iftft the double has vanished -j Tt y CURATIVE WADDING (Vandenbroefck'a ProceM) tttllil hot in dry, wwk till cure U tocifUte, H form. TW Mxncftt it U> woodcvful ever Ckcnucat feto activ wvrnUi S! f leieurtc ,s elowJ. Uted by Bnthfc .__ ____ ten rt- Crwt, Royal Aray Kid' lirf- food HacptUls. -Af All per Box Invented by the Bri- cUa Cbemta. BritMfc-mjKle by the Tberao- Co.. Ltd., Hiywird'i HuUt, EcfUad. Salts Agents for CaKada F.RiUiie LmittJ, lie wants one, Baker to 'leclared fn .lu.verlng the opening au "rc" l s.ervo oortvr-onBresi, as a lasting memorial to (hi who Coughl In the war nut wdutrf be a meeting place for ,'leen age who are now forced, to congregate In small centres bccifiae of the lack of any other meeting k L 8ame3KMf'on Mr Atkins thoagln in .ome cannot and schools be held, irllli elders Interested will be of great service In solving the problem of clean and healfhv te at'on for our I 'present; day falldd' flic i the Id.eals In palriwljm'and i and ho feIC that the V rt lie" The valuahlo apparatus collected during- the -past three yeara by Ihe gtiage laboraloriDa haa-.frecn ititrned' nvcr to llio touncll o'f sclentlf.ic' ft- Bc'Srch al Ottawa. This will form tlie nucleus of cqnipintnl of the proposed research Inatilnlft 'ftml %vtli be v6i-y servkcablc In the technical slamlaTdlzaUfn work of tiro Inittlnti arnHdatea who' failed Dr T W Patterson pa-lor oi ihe lirat Baptist church has not Decided whether he irlll accent the to of general sec the Baptist union rrnest Graham farmer near Tweed Onl was burned ?sth in y (tea which destroyed hN'harn His badi I was burned beyonii reeofrnillbu HeC leaves in 1918 according to the anmnl report .of nr. Charles Xorris, chief medical examiner The murder ft giircs "how a decrease over Hie Ht? record of 1? four years mThe pfniienltorv Mai the sentence ]3udge inchester of Tor onto iniposed ou Capt.'Char'Ies P. Fish- who slole tlie gdverii- ments money while serving as pay master of Hie army- medical corps. Jhe total, amount taken was over 125, 000, biit has been paid back. There are 696 Tacaril houses In Cal- gary which are-or could bo made habitable: at. ilttle expense, according to the-Veport df the city, engineer's department, which has completed surveyr Tho (ola! fell short of the" estimated was placed at y In (ho. prorfrice.of Alberta there arc eight forest in the Kocky Jloilntalns, with a total area ot Wt 9000.000 acres, Sm.o reserTG with an area of over acres. addition there ore" tlie Cypreas_ arid Cooking Lake .reserves, these two being ol area tint still of marked Importance to Ihe communities which they serve. ft Is fearne'd lliat.many Ihonsandslof allehs at present resident In Canada are dealrpus of .leaving Ihe Dominion aTid Are. milling to paj ofrn ex jien es to I- The questions arise flttt as (o whether (he. permiin can tie nbtalrfed from their, sererat countries bcforo w.ar Is offlcjslly declared at an end and, aecondfy, the ayallabliltr; ot shipping for the purfcse Both qticBtloni have been taken HP with the Canadian ministers overseas. ''fhal (Jur Christian cliurcfi in'.Sas- katchewan had lost its opportunity-to deal .wltli the the Huthcrilans, was the statement of Her. W. 0..Wilson, at llcglhn. Yhc churchen lie s id Mil failed to give tnenl what IhLy soujM The Hnllicn lansVl.sd Io Mho.church, asking for mls'sibnarlflft, but now the situation was changed and thp leaders of the KliUienlans liad. dectdtd to lirltig tholr SKATING CURLING Bring 'lour skftfrs. aild Kadak unr illumlnittd Ice Tike in Grind HuL Bill-iht njoj Mi fun m HiU one t( for futf apply My C P n TlcWt Banking Service VOUR banking reqdircments be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence (hat careful and efficient service will be rendered Our facilities W at your disposal THE CANADIAN' BANK 6ftOMMERCE j The AHianfce You so to your lawyer for 1 to thedWtoi' for medicAl advjrj; not ihe chief 1 tyhip for tfip poitilc 1 o> tho rnuncll Io mem to a btwinws of A m a position to KWBd and imparbal THC MCR01ANTS BANK u_'_.-_..; p He. MtWANCIJ ISOBLF'FOBb ByUNCU fc. 3. tJINNINq, M.iij.r f FftCKf Y, AclVn< VII PATRICKi ;