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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH TW U-rrHBHlOUE DAILY FEBRUARY 1920. She letbbtilxje Deralb alberta DAILY AND WEKHLY ani THt trrHIRIOOC HtHALD COMPANY, UMITCD Seuth, W. A. and ilanaiWi DinctCT TILEPHOHM MU r Audit Surtiu Ktitt: T. .....t IS Dally, year 7.5( Dally, by nail, per year null, per year t.M Wnkly, by Mil, year lo U.S. 3-00 altawed, t( sut-h is rue. (or any- ck In the way of a disproportion- ratst. FARMING AND ALBER1AS1AKE ot ot lubacrlytlon ap- yaw aally on label. Accept- tt napera aftir expiration authority to AND HOUtlNS landlords in Lethbridge, md else- where In Canada, have added to Ihe high cos. of living by pulling up their rents. The only tenant In these days, M-here the i fashion la lo pul up the price of everything, is the Individual who has a long lease, and even he not.'.'ace the future with any equanimity-ii-ilh the prospect that'll Ills lease is to be' continued lie have to pay more to remain under same roof. It may; be the old story law of supply and demand being jtaken advantage of. Al the same time there Is another side to it. and that is that landlord; irbo depend on their Incomes from rents have to raise the same to meei ihc rise in the cost of living, just as ivages and other things are raised through, the same cause. The raise made In rente de- pends greatly on tbe constitution of, the landlord, .as to whether he is of tbe conscientious or, rapacious kind, which latter trades on opportunity in the meaEure others in other walks of life are accustomed tn. Provided how- ever that the raise in rent is in con- formity with the added cost of living. vthere can-be. 110 legitimate complaint made. In Montreal the raise made in reuls has created quite a feeling and a controversy. -As a halfway. hoiisV be- tween the landlord and tbe tenant. I a proposal has been rnade that renlals bo limited to not more than 12 per cent.1 of the assess'ed value iouse. This, takiug the vaiae at 80 per cent, of of the 'In January o'f year the t Farm and Rtuoh Review met Ihe throughout the country against the demand, of the Caqadlan farmer that his ISIS wheat should be' marketed su ss to yield the highest poesjble price. Irrespective of the deplorable condition of the people of the vastated countries of Europe, by sujgestlng that It'theclt- lisas of Canada were anxious'to ex- tend monetary assistance- to these starting masses, it should be provid- ed for by taxation aiid not out of the poeksU ot the farmers ex- clusively. This with the object, as II at the time remarked, to give every- body a chance to be benevolent. Tbe current number ot tad 'farm nd Ranch Review draws attention lo tact tiat since January there has appeared illuminating information on the subject of wheat prices and cod ot production, which, It dem- onstrates clearly the absolute fair- ness of contention. The Dominion Statistical. Bureau it has just published tbe crop estimates for the past which show that we bar- reited In of Canada 193'ii million wheat from a little orer million acres or approximately ten buihels per acre. -The average value of I tils crop was found to be for spring wheat-il.SG per'bushel at the point of slllptnent. This Is the nearest matt thsl-cAn.be made at this time and it is substantially cored. This gives the. farmers an income o: per acre. The Review.has examined tbe cos account 'ol what it considers one the most .efficiently and economically liiaiiaged farming enterprises in .the West, and finds tbe coat per acre b producing last year's crop to'be as follows: Suninierfailow and harrowing; :f 6.28 Seed and seeding ........j.---- 3.25 Cutllng, j too king-. ihreishing, hauling and elevator cost---- 3.91 Hill .-Insurance, taxes, land General..' expenses and living account .....A. Depreciation on buil'dings and equipment NumJKr, Prmnt ThougK No High" Church Officials Could Attend (From Our Own CAROSTON'. Feb. quarterly conference of the Albsita Stake of ilon was held In the Stabe Tabernacle t Sunday, Jan. 51. and Feb. 1. The were well attended throughout al- hough we bad no visiting brethren .'rom as many-as nine hundred-and eighty being preeent at the Sunday school session on Suu- morning. The first session was opened by singing "How Firm a prayer was offered by 'atrlarch Heuiy V. Hinmsn, followed by the choir tinging the Morn ing Breaks and' Shadows Fles Away." President Wood in his genial way welcomed all present eapeeiall} those from Uie northern.wards, they having so far lo.be present on this occasion. President Duce rewrl ed the condition ot the its ot the Siake prealt warde south except Taylorville. referred lo Ihe integrity and faithful ness of the late Aunt Jihoda Hlnmin who passed away' in1Utab. during the previous Harker'repOrte ol the primary; association and Bro. Z. W. Jacobs'next spoke of the pur- poses of tbe Lord In dealihE with his" children, shbwliig how mEn proposes rtpldly under Ih Mr. Hint. the ladiw of Ward Soctoty are jiving'a and pantry the hawtMit to funds to carry on the society. Mr. and Mrs. -M. R. Krlnk ot bolm are vlsillag their daughter, John real estate agc-nt a ston. The concert given at Ibs Gym Tues- day by the Cardston military brass band WM largely attended and all In high terms ot the (oo4 belns The electiofi'oJ tor 1920 with Mayor caalmau. Mr. S. S. New, ton, director presented with a of In appreciation ot RICKED UP IN SS1NG Ceatral Ontario FroYtaetaJ High- way Association k.14 eonven- ttwt BtMrtford FHiay. Vehicles flowed lo at of M mtlsVas how -la good ,wptk has accomplished. Mr. Newtou tiaa untiring !a torU to Ike band a lucceii tiven aerrlcM U wu decided -to' him with tuft u shore stated. Mr. Newton surprised art IB a ckoMa thanked cwuoUUe for their port and keys (or the In their .Wtth tbe> wort Cardilon will have a band Jwwwd to noon In'AhWrta. ttie special: the homes of each and residlns In-the Cardston district, gardless, ot 'their) religious will begin Work Thursday.- A will be salary In town at Paris Is a year, which too low. Horttcultual Sottoty will to increase tkair t-n-tiT-----' ralMd fntm U HM a a 8t. Tbosaas fural- IUM. >M mil tor (Mac a W. Mat, olxj.uifliirdv, ot Boilh Hsoaley, wu elected wvrden of and Grravllle. School Board, a .Kaool will In-. built on tiarTa to Gen. tke CtatOu. wtl B. B. rmavtwr at Coaatf, 1> to rc- jrwr cMr nw Foudrr and Water and' labor C'otiu as ecln't In favor ot ou news Council parted a- in faror "oi a winter. fair. beUtf held In bendon (or wertera-lortloo of Ontario. ot.Commerce has 'to farm Bdvhrdi accountant In ttw 9aak at Torouto branch at Bar, iow and God disixisis.' 'The choir next sang "Lei 'the. Mounlains Shout for Joy." and benediction was pronounc- ed by Bro. Johanhfs Anderson. The second session commenced at 2 p.m. under the presidency of Pres. E. J. Wood by "tinging "Is'ow Let us prayer being offered by Patriarch GIbb of the Taylor Stake, followed by the-icholr singing "All Hail the Glorious Day." Pres. Wood said we expected'the same'good spirit hero lhai :waa' present this morning, followed by Bishop G. E. Toone ol the Slarlino ward, reporting condition bt 4.fi8 From Ihe above figures the Farm and. Ranch Review out that this particular crop yielded a little over 12 bushels to the acre, but the tost of handling the average (10 woitld be practically the same, the'only'difference would be in cost ;of' tbreshing and. alarator charges, -amounting to .only a few cents. Thoie this parti- cular farming concern, is will at rince admit farmer TOFIGHI'M'Fm Mr Iftiiduian on 1 bonus Wilson1 lAvlot KtllUmeii for udmiaalon to tie ilbwU Bar, bli petition In cm tomarj sponsored by Frank rort, K C cm behalf o( tke benchen. TV cacdMate was admit ted Reporis of Delegates (o U. F, A. v Meeting Are ''Ji .Presented i (From Our Own Feb 5 health met the of the town on Wednee4ay afternoon to dbcoss meana ot handling any epidemic o( 'fin which mbjnt break cat. .It wu decided to ita the church as a bbapifal. The town is to supply trained nonet and the Red Croat Society is to supply rolunteer nnnei ladjM ot tbe town. The "RoA Crou Society iseto arrange for. beds, bedding and aappllea to taken to the canrch immediately..- The health .committee and ladles are to be s Quick Service Victor Records Aik ustor.auj Record in the wlth Mr.-Huret As accompanist. A. dainty Junpt was served afler which a few hours were derated lo dancing', which was greatly enjoyed. Messrs'. Hurst and 'HoagHn the music. Saturday, evening, Jan, 31st, {he "G. W.. V. Association 'held a meeling in their rooms'where there -was a good attendance of members to meet Presi- ilenl Longworth Lowe of th'i: Lcllibrldge branch. i The U. P. A. and U. F. W. A. held a joinl meeting in Ihe Rest Room on Saturday evening and there was a goorf attendance out to listen to the reports U. Mr. Murray Hanna gave "quite a full re- port'and other delegates spoke, also; The U. R W. A. give tholr reports later, on.'.-Don't forget the U. K. A. and U, F. W. A. .card larty.and dance on, Monday, February The Women's. Institute held their annual meetint; on Thursday .afternoon hist and elected the (ollowing.officers': re-elected. Hrit Vice-presidentr-Mrs. Swailes. Second Mm ray. Ferris, re- elected Directors Mrs. Cranston, Mrs. Tackoberry, Mrs. Gilbert. i Auditors-7-Mn. C. 8. Noble and Mrs. B. U Cody The executive decided to meet and map out a program1 for tbe coming year It devote f (5 M to a girl who wants the agrtcsltaral'course at Olareshplm or Edmonton. .This is a proyincial sctclarship under the provincial Thursday from bis ranch at Map) berries whire he bad been1 for some time. V .M Gilbert, Mf 'Cluioru Still and Mr Howard Nevere were In Medicine Hat on f hrusdaf attending conVentlon.-" Blaine has had Mrs. Jack pB.r1Ingrand Miss Ooreen of Modlcina Hat, as her boose guests. Mrs. Fred Smith, who The Raymond district preparing On Monday for IU baptism. May Ihere be a chrrstenlng with good Irrigation waler. i The war villains are hcroe-3 in the eyes of the German people. They Ktlll look on things in the light ol knltur. The mailer ol Ihe housing problem one which was well brought tip the Board of Trade meeting, and II il tobject which may legititnalely by il with view to Its Mlvtlan, as very much depends on homing sccommodatkin K the city (t to make any headway. In the matter of ratalne rents, so long as there if a legitimate reason for doing so thern cannot be any reasonable com considering Ihe price of living iioinFaotiUles- wbkh landlords in com- going nn. It IE a case of accepting (Uc mon irltb olhsft havt.to content! truth trial circumstances alter afilnit, but Ihere shonld no riiason be in the view a The' Important -thins in posting letter is to Kn6w thai il will roach its destination at a certain time. The pillar boxes If Iho city figuratively flout Ihis accepted idea. "A Fipy has to lie" the ihcluni (if Ihe judge in Ihe Winnipeg trial now has been on a short visit Bow Island, returned toiler borne vesler day. Mrs.--Walerson, Pir.cher Creek, Is presented and siinlalned tin; Anlhem "Praise Kront Besslngs benediction by I'res. H. L. Hinman. The evening session was fclren over to Men's and Young Ladles' Mutual" Association.. Coombs-Tanner At the home of.Mr. Mrs. K SI, Coombs of" Cardalon a quiel wedding look place when Pres. K. J. Wood per formed (ha ceremony Hi at joined Miss Agnes Tanner of lilll Spring, daughter of Mrs. Joanneltp Tanrter find Mr. Irfslio Coombs ol Cardston In riage. Only the Immediate friends were present. A reception wlll.be .given at the home of J. Sid Tanner ot till! Spring, brother of Ihe bride on Thursday, Kcb. f. They cxftect to mnko their hnmo in Raymond, Mr. Coombs bftvlnB secured a position with Mr. Allred of iltal place. Thi! Carrlslon Opera Co. will pro- Hint the Chimp.it 6t .S'ortnandy :i coinplfitienlary cntcrlalii'mont.for Mr. I A very quiet wedding WM solemniz- ed at tbe parsonage, Bow. Island, Isst T'uesdayi Jan. at 1 p.m., when Ml53 Faith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Maleb, was united Ih thg holy bonds of matrimony lo Mr. Alfred Rndd, Itie. V.' M. Ollbort officiating. Mrs. Tweedle, sitter of the bride, assisted Ihe bride, while Mr, Tweedle amMted the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gibson were present also.- After Ihe ceremony ding party pariopk of the weddlnf din- ner, which was nicely'arranged In the dfnlng-rooiri of the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Rudd lirft p.m. train for Lelhbrldte s'nd other elites. The .bride' looked quite Vfele In.her suit of green cloth, (he ;.c6it. over a. maize crepe: de" chine 'blouse, nd. bearing >hUs ssjtln hl'.l.nd A. II, Cure, one of the oldcal members uf the troupe. Mr. A. Thompson who was severely Injured !o nccldenl lot tutu: and Mrs, -Rudd. will reside- on their farm about seven mllefc from Ferlilc Plains schooli -Their many friends Join In wlfhlm -fheth a and happy lilo together, The l.eap Vear TJaitCfi arranged by Ihe How Island young Udlea. which vinlting with her mother at.present. H. Bell a business visitor in Lethbridge last week. A. B, Smith returned on Mon- day from a two weeks' Tlslt in North Dakota. Weather, were even worse there than bora; Mr. Walter Walworli anil children returned' today from a visit to the latter's parents. Mr. and Mm. N.'PolllU, of Medicine Hal. Mr. SVal- ork's many friends will be pleased to learn thst'he-Is grwutly Improved In health. Mrs. Tolln. sister of Mr. Walwork, roturneil to her home in Montreal'last week, Mr. (tage, falbei''-of Nlessrs. K: and Gage, who has. been .on u visit here, left yesterday (or Portland, Gresoa. Mr. Claude Jamiesoii'retilrnflil today from a visll In Calgary.. 1 Mr. and Cliarlic Kong, 'Bow Island, Jan." Mtb, 1920, was born a son. v- of JCoah Routhler, Oooil Cheer dis- trict, died tt thp Medicine Hat hos- pital on Jan. 22nd. The deceased vas Inken ill home and, after some A decided-W Remove her to Medicine Hat C6u1d get the rare of trained nuntes. However, she look place Monday; night In the. I. p.. 0. T. hall, brored lo-he a success; Therr 'were -About .twenly couples urescni and th's, yomiK men apparently Ihorotigjily enjoy.ftl hflvinf; the lailles" auk lliem (or ilio plcasnrf) of n tHfnty refresh- incnts were aljoul buK-tlrne and then the dance. continued. Kx- cellent music ivas played by our own Mr. H. ao clem Iloat'lin. iiiel Mr. .K. T. tt'b Jl'.irsf and ey returned wan not able lo withstand the disease and died the following Desires Mr. Routhler. 'she leartt two small children. .0 boy and I girl, to mourn her loss. The Sodp. interred (in j the Medicine Wat cemelery. Mr, Jloii-l, Ihler has the sympathy of a wide circle o' friends !n .hare theJre.iN ilenla of cd than when the news thai' Mr. flodfretl .lohnson. br'olhor of Mr. K. ,lohiiFon, was dead. He lintl Komi Kast early before Christmaj lo Kpciul Die winter In New fork with a wldou-od sister, lie was taken ill and diet) from pneumonia. Mr. V. .John- son Hnd family have 5ho syrnpalhy at whole illslrlct. 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