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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR "She I3evaib Hltxrta DEEP FURROWS, A TALE OF THE WEST In the literature vvlk-h dvaU with romance there is nothing more attrac- tive than the romance real J which under the deft btnj of the au- ______ j thor becomrts a -web acd enmeshes snThe test possible chance tor a rail- road in tie country mentioned is line off the O.P.R. New rail- roads-art not llieiy.to fce, -built in Canada, when gbterniaent is assnred for asirly every road in the country except .the C.P.B, Tie O.P.R. should serra this coun- try and if it ron't do so oa mm icitlative: It shoaM he ffisde to do so by'some power higher np. .THE CfcUCUSj 'IS IT--HARMFUL" th M. IB caiicna, evidently oil the ground that ha hftllsTes a man who eaucas' must accspt its decisiOTiB on pubKe -Wills ;thU mar hees the original iatestioa of _ eanoas. It neTfir worked out ID prac- tice. At the time of the racipro'crly W.'M. QeraiEn, Uheral M. t. for Wellaud, aiwa'yj a. faithful at- teadaat. caacys, bolted and wcmlc! aot accept tho caiiciti'. .He rtlll remalnefl a.Uoeral and When conscription di- TMed the Liberal party In ISlf, (Jie cancna- did not-restraln the tomcrip- refasing to ogres with tho majoritT Tisir.- In Alberta tbne oC'-ttie llbertBi i' caiacos did not hold the dtiseiUlcnt In line. It Is true o! oajirte, men, cna- thsir own. accept ,lia Terdfct of caucus, 4ut .thst from- oeing always the case. Cai Euppossd !o tho where policy ia announced far Otten- kills a it-.amsads iaeaeure.- Oaccui ,rl30w- iot rariajil :a member if parliament to accept- IJs In Wa persoa'a! IrtTertr is not interfered K-.iaij couraje fe so arainri the caictts-.'sometteen, fcnt no f oil-respecting lisn'shoold pcr- iait srtatrens to fk hto action oa pub- llc_ queslioos, (xSritrary to Ua own ioieat opinion.': Without power. Jn a cabinet, Th'e ta pwllintat, without 'ooneuliing; ttj meraberg of the party to' support or oppose, wotild Uieii hare 1o fa wflh ijs racojnized" weakness- es, fs MTcrttcisSs best the ottata party opin- bsster CUBCM title nel Tho defended only when 41 toet not Wni fflan to Btipport sorao msasure at bcart ha beileres ti Ii9 contrary to ths puri- llo iatsrsit, -f Trofsky, the hoadHnca. tell tis, ambltloife lo'fcecortltf.laB new Kuajian Crar. to hayo bosn the Caf a year or more. When ho the Utlo.Uie BoIshoriM wiit bo JMDJO'SJ well as fo ia a seuttnce in Its foreword, "These pases record a story of the Western Canadian farmer's upward struggle with market of the organiied Grain li Is pc-s slble that this brltf description miy sound prosaic, but. anything of the inference 3s dissipated as the reider is csrried along In a lire story of men, assy of ttera living today and In the limelight of popular notice. Tie genesis ot the- farmers' tljht Is Siren in the opening chapter of the book. The railway people were ig- noring completely the car-distributh clauses of th? Grain Act, and thereby plsying In with the elevator interests, so that the farmers were going to he just where Uuy -5-ere -before-at mercy of the buyers, their legitimate profits inched by excessive docksge, low grades, depressed prices, exorbi- tant storage charges, unit short weights IB some cases. To follow the author, irons the Hed Hirer Valley to foothills long-smouldering !n- dignaUoa was glowing Hie a streak of flra in lie prairie grass; a spark or tiro more aad nothing could stop the conflagration that would sweep tbe plains coaniry. If the'' law wera to fail tiese red-blooded and teg hotnesteacera there would be fin- al weapons weapons. So >igh- ill. Sloothouse hrings ix to the ei Becenibtr, 1901, to tbe little prairie town of Indian Head. It was a atmorable .day, prominent men would (race (be town with thstr.'sreaeiica before nightfall. Toe Premier of thd North-West TerH- torfes, Hon. P. w. G. Hiultaln, would oa hand, as well as Hon. G. H. V. Senator fwilllam B. Per- coming to meet them here wcnM Jioblin and.other gentlemen of Majfftoba. Certain boun- dary mailers, involving the- addition of a part ot Assiniboia to the province of Manitoba, wars to be discussed at a public netting in the toira hail ".Messrs. Mothimrell and ad chosen their date well, maay faK mers havmgtflainied already to be it Infflan Huaiforrthe IStt. .The grain growers' ousting was announced for afternoon and so keen was attrest Uaf when order was called faced hetireen sixty and 66Tenty .farmere........Although It out oj doors, Toe tern- pemVre.-'of meeting W about one.tadrfcUn tie shade. As the feeling ran Farmer after fanner got to his ifeet and fold facts fcs ha knew thejn, own those of his eiperlences and In (he end W. R. Motit- as provMonal Prgsldeit at Uw Territprtal Criln Grorwera' Assocla- 'John Millar M prorlsioaal seo- reiary and board of directors were quickly" chosen." Prom tills inception the author .car- ies on the irtcry ol the raorsmoni In racy fashion cftmai a" the tollcnrtnt fa.njmph: ''Tho f wbetr tba farmer was without. Good old shorn to tfra ilnk hide with one -tuft of wool left'OTerhls-eyesi-ihoje 'good old days' are foreVer.' It fs-mrac '.Hie' :h6w fe became 'convinced U6ri 'and a did lie down.iogeUier tip; lamb woaM not get a.wint of Bleep. As a matter of sur- Iral.he has been making use of tho nterrai to -become a lion himself andj process hak been prodiretive'of 3, great rosiiEg In the jungls." WHi htraor hire, with pernoMl there, and wilh sustain- Interest _tbrouglioirt, "Deep }'ur- makes a uarratlte lhal stamps t as the took of .tho wort, and the o{ the wherein the reader can prof Kabiy and a great amount of lieasure occupy tho pawing hour. As o the personal we may qjiofe one In- as a minor of the whole, it Is n regard to Hon. T. A. Crorar, Crerar Knssell, -when the author tatrodac- him. "That young chap, Crerar, JiuMell.-'-maWngil of aii.abJB maa here, conrmcnUd the Ice-president later, Know anything about "I know his father hel- ei tisn I do nodded lie pfosl- thoughtfully.........i like that young utan's views, Kennedy; he seems in a grasp of >vhal this movement could short, he seems to souifwhat of a student of economics and he baa the. to !xon tas been In liatl for two Xo wonjcr, herlfore Ihli -wreatler in now "gun- Ing" the UolahevM who are already i Ihelr Insidious work In Canada. .WINNIPEG, Feb. div- orce law for all the provinces, equal parental rights, a clean-bill of-health before marriage and equal pay for equal for women "the out- standing features approved In resolu- tions passed unanimously by the: new women's Federation of Women's Institutes ot Canada, a't4he Saturday afternoon conference. 't CHURCHES' AID FOR WAR SAVINGS WORK v Churches Rn3 Sunday schools throughout Canatia :hare been Inviled by tho National War Savings Commltten to lend their assistance to the Thrift campaign by having brief v dresses dellvercil or other In-, stroctlona jflscn Hie sub- ot War Saving.. It is v pointed out by tbe corumltleK that Canada's Induntrlal .and agrlculloral wilh which must ho aeaoclated the country's moral and 'r welfare, depfmd tijson tbo do- velopment of good bsblls v among thd people. Itti further pointed out that tho thrift habit It highly. henefklal fn v more than an economic way. 'f Tho national committee hopes that every church anil church In Canada will movement ami will cnea' to tlie Invest in Thrill wn( War v Savings Slampa. Jis. Xeilsoa, old time bulMlog coa- tractor. Is dead at Winnipeg. The aext world's Sunday School con- veulioa win bs held ia Japan. Df. P. R. Inches, prominent S. John, X.B., doctor. Is dead. A new hall insurance company with Diiisbury as hesdquarttrs, is seeking incorporation. Forest Protective Asso- ciation will guurxl the forests with airplanes.. The Quebec Government will give them a grant for tbe purpose. An order-Sn-couudl making tbe un- authorized use of tbe Royal Air Ffcrce uniform au offence, has pissed at Ottawa. Rev. If. A. BoyJ has resigned the charge of the Presbyterian churches at Ensign, Red Cross and Richmond Hill, and will return to Scotland In March, Ceo. Steete. o( Scaterle Island, N.S., was reported killed in action two years ago. Ills wife a week ago-got word from him that he was on his way home. E. 'MfMruui, general superintendent of Grand Trunk'Raiiway system ot apprentices, was chosen, at a salary of a year as apprentice instruc- tor of tbe Hamilton Technical school Ssrgt. Thos. Jlickette, Newfound- land, winner of tile V.C., enlisted when he was 15. Citizens raising funds to enable him to complete- his educa- tion. An act to amend tho B. C. workmen's compensation act gives.authority to raise the salary of the chairman of the board form J5.000 to and that of the other commissioners .from to Bishop iMeGtnre of Independence Mo., is suing Bishop It. c. Evans fo an accounting of goods and chal tels and funds of ths reorgaslzi Church of Jesus Christ of the Lattu. Day Saints, from which Bishop Bvins resigned ia June iaet to found a new Church la Toronto, The unparalleled magnitude of Am erica's work" for the winning of the war Is illustrated by a writer in "Col Her's" who says that American effor! was being put-juto Ihe making of ord- nance alone at a rate, measured IB terms of cost, that would have been sufficient to complete a Panama canal every thirty Colonel Perry, Cfll.G., superinten" dent ot the R .V.W.M.P., tes been In formed that Squadron J, tbe unit ot the which left Regtna last June for service .overseas will sat sUi fo: Canada at the end of ths present month. The unit is now at Rhyl Wales, resting for a short time before, coming to the pralrleo. One-half of the remainder of the In- dian opium stocks purchased by the Chinese Government last year has been burnt by order of tha Government in tha last few clays, and the other half will be Immediately. The value ot the opium it were sale- able, Is TSe Government was determined that it should be burnt In order to demonstrate Its wish to stamp out opium In China. Tho total Canadian chap- lains now serving Jn the overseas forc- es Is 436. The number of. -honors gain- ed Include live nine D.S.O.'s, 33 35 mentioned ia despatches and IS-.brouKbt to tha notice of the secretary of stits for war! Two chap- lains were killed "m action, one died of wounds, one was drowned on the Llan- dovery Castle, sunk by a Genhan submarine. Two died of ill- ness'and 21 were wounded. Toronto University will pension the of 65. Prln- Hutton, profeseor of Professor W. professors at cipal Maurice Greek since J. Alexander, professor of English. Jrofessor James -Mavor, professor of rfcilttefjli. "economy, "Profeswr Alfred of tliematlcs, Dr. A. P. Coleman, profes- SOT of gwKfcy, Professor Alexan- der. Mal'hedran, professor of medicine and clinical medicine, will probably be superannuated jthortly. 1 The Imperial Monitions Board has announced iho rale of Camp 'Mohawk Deseronto, to Anglin, Brewers Jlllte; Aoglln, IJaltersej, and Frank Chas. Anglln, of tha firm of S. Anglln ft Co., of Kingsion. Tha 34lo Is a -big one, as there are two and a quarter million feet of lumber in -lite-tamp which the purchasers acquire, as well as healing plants, etc. Tiie board has also announced the'sale of the nummor at Dss- eronto U> Vf, ij. Anglte. This Inclafles about of million feet of lumber, is wtll 19 healing plants etc. That'prolilbitJbn will carry In New tftfi referendum ia pjacea fcefore Iho people of that coun- try