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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rAAE WITH THfc LETHHRinQE IMfLY IffiUJLD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY She Derate DAILY AND WIUUV HIRALD COMPANY. LIK1T5D A. luchaMi I Director Tin a MI Ktnait TILCPHOMIS Hwnfcfr Audit Bursau ClrcuKIIon Antes: nitdr, delivered, .___I .ii yecr by mall, year i.M .-fcy mall, year 1.M mail, per jrur to U.S. of eipirr or subscription MV.daJlr oo MM afltr expiration la aathorltr to coat it i itlve. The procedure was' iind to worji so successfully that the ropwtlon of the returned soldiers ia plant wn increased by until there ajc now 231 iturntd soldleri working at lhe plant, the old es who ilurtad and returned to their old posi- oot. It IB pointed out that the in- oulput Is net lo created staff but to an increase In Itlctency resulting from the replace- eat of alien help! 80 aatlifyiot has been the uicrtase ot tie Winnipeg tirm re- rred to that the salaries of the em- havn been, increased In pro- portion. The work is lisnl and net Ltogether congenial, but considerate realment dispelled lhe ditflcul ei which usually arise from these condition. The Wtanineg nat a unique la a larte'fira'in'Lathbrldge, a blc perceatagerot. employees re returned'mad, nothing but praise s used ia wferriag to their work both to Industry aid to efficiency in re- ulli. The experiecce of lhe returned aan In the noted, and no doubt many others, is hit My satisfactory AND in the distric Itockiy'and baiketball hare fallen to lithbridge. To add to the dhtlnc tlon of this coveted position, neltjii at Hie teams has lost in th NEW. J-etf. Tkl Middle Class Union of York tint oriaiJutloD ot its kind, to4a> was graittd a certHlcalo ot Incooor atlon in foiui -The lhe lion, according io WoW, in IncorporatorJ will coiuU' ot biit aflUwr host ot refined, MdHUent, organlaed who are Itbor uaionlsti, ut BCD. arnsted In a raM on a cock fight went fined f IS EXCHAKGEIAIES McDonald, of A. I P. A. Tells How Thicy Cu Do it ktanteaaace of jaard oa the Mexl- i kcrtar au coat tie V. B Govern st In the law Bra A congratulated ale tenant, who aad the fatter of a little ton, aad'niaed hia "atU. .v him In this American kew Zealand; these dyes win be.trad- ed In'in'STew Zealand tor "woollen -which will be sent to this coun-- try and whei sold in this .proceeds will be used to pay for the trackfil This traus- action w'ill handled without the use jof jnpney. -Jhe1.' depreciation'; of the and tbe English steriins will cot affect the trading in any way. It simply the uae .of primitive barter." Ho visit her -husband i vrprking in the camps' fall. s Bill Parker returned. who- Hat where he belp for tie injuries'he.receivsd when bo was thrown from '1 'is reported feeling belter'this'week. The, ahtlre.'family; "pftPete Hplnie The formation ot the. Letbbridge Amateur 'Athletic 'Association was a nappy Idea. Unlike some ideas it'tias grpwn-tp be-more lhan an Idea; fully usefulness It started out lo eiiablish tie came, and today stands as one of most useful and. popular, as well as one of the most imporUot, institutions In lhe city. Herald congratulates the win- Ban ill tie.ghunpion ships, and it oj- I congratulations to the Leth- tnrMaje 'Amateur Athletic Association In the 'excellent work it Is doing to place'heal thy sport on a plane which to Its credit and, at the time, means a very great deal io .rrtw youth of the city. May] tke snows of -winter be" the aogury for the raius of summer. The man -who owns a house in the. city Is the one wbo feels tho moat ;curs'sl th-3 present time.. i .The man on jvhose investments in- terest is' payable in New York IB an ixceptlonally lucky mortal. Piano factories will reduce their output owing to labor and other con- ditions. H is of going "pianis- in the manufacture of pianos. "What .WE have we hold" may worthily be applied to lhe holding ot championships In outdoor sports. The wresting sboujd be- made difficult. are reported, ill with', Man are getting around here-an many are taking hinder Uie .spreadjng. ,-Bort to Mr. and-Mrs. holm, Jan. 27th, a son at MSJ'icine hospital. .Mrs. Alfred little'daughte Inez ia reported'very sick at her honv The Ladlas1 Aid will .mept. at th home ol Mrs. Harvey Dayis'-Fab. 19ti Mrs. J. W> ii serving. Everybody cordially ..Invite to attend.1 Jia'ny surprise parties, are' bein given every b slopped in order the'spre of sickness. Quon _Chqng :is going to buildlhg'on the Iwo'lota he just bough of Mr. Hansch: Another surprisejiarty was given a the 'Hosenbeck !this week, N The U.F.A. nnd 'the U.F.W.A. are alking about holding Joint meetings. )nly a few favor. thV suggeation. The act Is many will try 'to' ctifeck tho. plan. f he'Red Cross will hold n free ainment- social in' I.O.O.W. Kill Saturday 1410. 3oxes not 'to higher. ..than Concert beginning at, 9'o'clock. Evcry- sody come and llm'e. A jir. and Mrs. Reginbal on Friday eveiiing. Winnifrcd is having w'ea- iher. Snow is'going" very'fast'this week. Feb; patrioUim htch the people of'tuis-country ihow- d during the trying days of tht war nust be applied at the present time n a practical to on.- commercial Ife, if we feet finan- and-rafcedy the condition! which have-been' brought about by he unTavorsble rate ot to- day which exlsii between this comi- thaJUnited Slates." Jn Ihese worti Brigadler-Oenejal'i. -McDqnald, C.M.G., GenaraU isiii ager of the 'Alberta Industrial lieVelpp- nient Assotfation and tho InAoatfiit gave' of his paramount ques Ion fn1 the iuslness'world Ipprecliitioii of British and Cam Min-ency" ii.the Unitctl Stiles: Care- ful .buying. iti pur own markelsSni Britain, Is, in th> opinion RICKED UP IN, SS1NG HB UA.S Tylalds _ N. Y., treajury vt 4 piect as- a to fortaw Prealewt Rooae- In a bill Introduce! 1 In WoojUtock of pwvmocla. at ot thirty-fire, exactly t arUr.-UM deeth'of hit lather, DanW dj.the remedy ihe-'present of affaire. -'In tourse of a 7 recent interview -.ho- made an appeal fo the people of Canada to patroiUje their own industries aid in this, way read- just" the uafavoraile trade balance which is causing. the irefavcrsble rate of exchange. t "Many merchants In this country are" today allTe to the tact that to protect themselves and their business Interests mtfst not let 4hto de- preciation go said' .General. Me Donald. Some ,'pf1 them have gone so far as to' cancel ordbrs in the'' United States. They arq this through V t Vieana houe owsar, io acarcb i porter, rot from major-general, -tiree. two majors aad PoJlot'on of la which they (pawn U cansing oyV en fcarce and aoon likely to he classed-aj a Ittxiry x Mrs J Ledou, wife fanner at Binscarth, and slater were fixuei it death on tnelr way home -fresi'a daace. i J U. wychoff, who has In UK grocery buslnees. in London for 2 years, has sold out hia business'' to ac- cept thVeditorial chatr'of'the Oani dim Grocer; Mrs P il Hamilton of Gait, seventy years old, collapsed owing'paH ly to excitement over her husband; condition and partly to escaplne.coa gaj, and died shortly after. Richard Greer, a Ho Btein of Oxtard die ofv ileeplnc llcknesi, the tun lo succumb to it within in tiat Vicinity" About- a million dollars baa alfeat been wor and General A B, Rosi who ia charge, expects that I the total will nc exceed three millions. Thi 9t Tipmks uonncll's gas con mittee no, other way of wipin out and meetinc to be brought back to normal we must sell more, and.nuy less from outside our own The'', best .business 'brains Dominion' today have jtlils" W.fhe'only way in which Mlw .EftAnfteV'- .'can be broijgbt bactVto normal. r of The advent ot aprinc will tee grouad roken in Edmonton cm hose total value will exceed M if.plani at present under way are [Hit into aoeording to the ranul. f Frany Mahatfey, present Tofieltl resident and ]u4Uce of UN peace, waa honorably in the acpnme rimlnal 'court-' afternoon i the charge of having accepted thirty daaes'ot Crfrby's-ryesWhlikey In 'a trade for kit pool room and io wllng knowing the liqnor to be stoleiif _" Canadian HackafV Hone toclety, at .its annual meeting at Tor- onto, 'elected. W..- E.; Jewell of Bow: manvllle. president, and Dr _ Fowler, Toronto, vIce-KWldwt- Directors for the w'est WE Renfrew, British Pol umbla, W J Alberta, William. }rant, Joseph Lemon, Manitoba. Agenda ot legislation proposed by No Uncoiainty About _ Mason THERS are many', kinds ot plaaostai varyl9c prices Yon caapot their value Mr appearance you can the Maaon 4 Rlich name, and it rarwtees valae Sold on 'easy lerius at tory to home" prices for Style Booklet -Th. el ue A white blanket once more covers the district. In this part of the country at least, there Is no sentimental' ob- jection to Canada being called "My Lady of the Snows." THE RETURNED MAN AND His JOB .It bu been more or less a popular idea tiat the returned soldier finds It dtfflaipUo settle down to civilian life Bat like many popular ideas, this par titular one is not In tht light of ex perleBce exactly true, as the follpw >ca> intance proves, A representative of the Dgpartmen of Soldiers' Civil Re-etfablUbmen slit's that in an iuienrlew with the manager of one of the laigeet 'pack JEUI lioores1 In Winnipeg ne was sho-ii figures proved: cooclniiveiy Uai firm in consld- irably Increased its output by replac- ing'jllen, employees wllh returned soldiers.-, During tbe war this firm, necessarily employed a largo nunAeV of aliens in order to keep the business running, Of lhe number of.the staff Iwenly-nlno returned ilo; their old poslllons on being demobiliz- es or Invalided out of tho army. Dur- ing his'canvassing duties the 3. C. R. on the. manage- ment antf suggested .that returned' deserved to bo Irlcd oul in Kane of the Jobs Ihon being handled by aliens. After some deliberation lhe manager acceded to Iho request, and replaced some ol hla war-lime em- wilh men obtained by Ilic The porch light situation ia illumi- nating. It is satisfactory to find IhaV the City Commissioner! are some- times a! variance. Harmony is a gooti thing, but like all other good things there too much of it. A oolld reason urged _by even Hifi political opponents that Mr. Asriuitli should be returned in the pending in Soollana, 'a that effective criticism In the House of Commons Is valuable, Criticism of this nature thereby receives lhe hall mark o value. Thte applies all round. The la lest to seek a federal plat- form is lhe Conservative parly In On- tario. A convention will be held, II jajd, during lhe summer wlien_, a leader will, be chosen anil a platform adopted. This Is nol altogether, con- aldered lo be a Miilsumnier N'lghl'a Dream. The raise ;n' hairculs appears to have raised the ire of ninny. There is. no denying thai this, Iho lal'esl de- parture'in the-hoisting of prices, Is enough to make one's hal? end. There is no', a doubt tlint undor Iho new imposition hairculdng Avlll becomo a home Indnslfy, wllh father taking a hand at cutting [lie youngdter'n hnir and mother trying the shears nn hearl. (From Oul own CorresoomlenO ETZ1KOM, >'eb. Dunlap returned home Tuesday evening. All llie members' o-f the Jjilerary club and a numbeY: of gueals spen a very enjoyable time' lasLWednes day evening. The -musical program waa surely a success. Thqsa'who took credit. Mr, Strand pf Prosy Is busy thl fine weather drawing oats home from town. Jlr. Bud Sewatl entertained a num her of gentlemen frichds-at a smoke 'Tuesday evening. Mr. George Tliorpo a trip Ic Granlea Thursday. A supr.ise parly was given Mr. Davi Bell Thursday evenlrtjfl Thursday be ing hia birthday. A very pleasant eve nlng was spent. Utr. ilell was ccr talnly surprised when the crowd ai rivcil. Mr. Ben McLean from wn va visitor In town Thursday.' The Flowery Plains colved three carloads of hay last trai aiid expect more later on. Wo hop ibis will .holp sorno p! tfco slock pal I this vicinity. Tho weathar the las few days has been quite a help again il very mild, soroe.iinya clilnoo' inj. v Krwin and her (ieo. fti spending lhe week in CalRary. AERIAL MAP OF VICTORIA VICTORIA, 1J. C., fell. Aerial Ixsagun Is engaged In Ing a series of aerial photographs the city nnd district, from which aerial map will 'w and it Is, up'to.'the street and the woman who la maiULging the hoase 'to see that ithelr money --is spent to help the' financial position and' piiryunfadorable trade b'ailnoe. Tie merchants them- selves are'finding1; Ih.atlrit Is 'a. very to the- eight andrdiilyjvchirges, on'-gcods rought in'to, this country .at" the pre- int time now have 'to levbn'..or twelve .per. cent, on-the ichange.. These i.lems putynearlr fty'per cent.'oil ithe price of'ibeir ilpmcnls-cost Ihelr-cuslomera more aoney and hulp-lo keep lhe. rale of v "As is.-up'lo us lo ee that we buy Canadian goods, rom any higher palripti.c principle, it i a matter' of good sense uslness for the jndividtial. Tf neces- ary, pul aside the" bro'ader aspect of he case and make" il It means so'much to every man connecl- d In any way wllh the'commercial lie of It comes down o ijuesiTon of vilaT and personal maltcr to every citizen. We musl protect ourselves anfi our standing In, lhe world's "com- merce and there Is one, and. only one, way to do it; produce more and buy al home, Dominion Government Makes 50 Cents and Per Atre OTTAWA, Feb 6-2-Ari order in council has been gaie'fted'doubling the rental on oil and natural gae loca- tions in (he western provinces and giving, tte minister of the Interior greater control over o.ii' and, jeas der velopment f xThe rental In future will 50 cents per'acre for the first year and one 'doflaj fpf each' subsequent .year, such Increase to apply on .all applications fbbmitUd after March 1, 8fo .11 of the petroleum'and natural gasMeguIations Is rescinded! and the following- clause substituted there- fore company by assign ment o'r otherwise, a lease under'the provisions'of these be a company registered or licensed In Canada It: principal place of business within bis majesty's dominions' Grove's Salve -V v i Opens-the Pores and Penetrates v A'Remedy-for Clwst Colds, Head Throaty Stiff Earache, Spasmodic Croup and kiidred silments. Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub it in. GROVE'S v N O-PEN-TRATE SALVE Ms also an Excellent Germicide for the and Throat N It shoiild'be applied to the nostrils so that you 1 will be continually life vapors while v in tliej presence who, are sick-with contagious diseases, or when you. ale entering Crowded cars OF ether public pldcestiuriiig'an epidemic of Grip or Influenza. Any tfrip or In- fluenza germs breathed through' .the cose' are destroyed by this germicide salve before the germs'can reach the throat v. FOR THE SICK Teaspoonful of GROVE-S in a hot saucer in the sick room1. The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the heated makes breathing easy for the patient. It induces sleep and is a great cAnfort to anyone suffering with Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Diphtheria v. The Healing Effect of 'the Vapor relieyes the and'is very comforting. Price 35c peY box.. If your Druggist hasn't any, send 35c in postage stamps 'to Paris Medicine Company, 193 I Spadina' Aye, Toronto, anfl a full-size box will be mailed to Voa womptly. v f'v BUILD OF BRICK w >i a IE (Krorr, Our Own CorrtSDondcnt) QHANLBA..Feb. ot Pleasant view was a visitor In Bow Island .Thursday. .Mr.j M-'BEibka, made a Business .trip to Bow Island Friday. The dance held in Glen Echo school >iisc Monday night was a huge sue- BURS. The house ..was tilled capa- pity and'everyone expiessed'. them- selves as having one grand time. The Chinook of the last two days has been, a blessing1 for lhe stock after lhe bluer of the past two weeks. Mr. Swnnson returned from Calgary Friday. Not many Attended meet- ing Friday owing to the bad weather. Jlr.' William Prowse spent Monday and Tuesday in the district. Mr. and Mrs. William Slephenton spe'nl lhe weekend visiling al tiio ileid ranch. ENDORSE INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS VANCOUVEIl, li. c., Feb. Be- fore adjourning last, tht .conference of provincial bonro's of trade which JIBS been In session here for the past Ihreti days, a resolution endorsing tho holding'In this cliy of the proposed Industrial congress ncxt.june, ftnd re- questing the approylate (he In do InclirfM.'-1 BRICK HOLLOW ?ILE CONSTRUCTION COSTS, LUMBER Paiiiting Expense, Fuel, YOU CAN SECURE A LARGER LOAN on BklCK and HOLLOW UNBUILDING v t t Let us qu6te you prices for shipment from stock or1 Hirect from Iqins. We have a large stock and can make immediate shipment fromf Lethbrk mixed carloads of Brick, Hollow Tile, Cement .Plaster, Lime, Metal JLath, Board, Prepared Roofings, Nails', etc. of tver- j. B; Phut 755, Builders' knd Equipment 1245 Second An, 1 ;