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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE FOUR THE LETHBRIIXiE DAILY HERAID fUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1920 letbbttbge Ixcalb alberta BAILY AND WEIKIY THK LETHJMIDGC HIRALD fUNTir.5 COMPANY, LIMITED fncUeBt and Director ttfrnxs Bulvtu OWee tefly, 12U Audit Bureau of SutecriptlM Rttw: per I .It per year mail. fcr -all, year LM iy mail. jrear to U.S. 1M _____I of expiry of tubccriptlon if- aailj on addrew label. Accept papers alter .tplratioa aathortty to CLEAN CITY That there was abundant need 'of a clean sweep in lie city was evidenc- In the court proceedings on r a result of (our raids made STRAY DOGS IN THE CITY Tho incident of the little girl who was set upon and mauled hy an appar- ently ownerless bulldog calls for pub- lic attention In that It discloses a menace) to public safely in the city iii i'uu pi6ayr.ce ot animals of tula kind. There. Is not a doubt, lor ocular evidence proves it, that there are lu tho city a number of dots of ktud of the bulldog under notice who roam at large nncarcd for and uuowntd or, If they have owners, are left without that care which the true dog-lover will not withhold from the animal which belongs to him. With dogs ot this description it as an Injustice to the public that they should he as they are, and -it is an injustice. and a cruelty the animals themselves who, in'the nature dogs are common- ly retarded, deserve a far better fate tar belter treatment. The friend and tho faithful com- panion of man, as It has fully entitled itself to be called, Is made the toe of man by the callous and Indifferent treatment meted out to him by some Individuals, It is juit this indiffer- ence and carelessness which tend to make an otherwise docile .'animal ferocious and ill-tempered; it Is after all the poor and unfortunate creature of circumstances whose owner ii far more to blame than it is. With the dog nuisance as it is In the cjty, there should be a strict Blstence on the tag order so that cases of the kind In which a child was bitten could ha traced to the owner of th lalmed Mrs. Hedley Crcpley as Ictlm noon. !Hrs. Crop ras III only couple ofc weeks. Hi eath came as a severe ommunlty. _ _ influenza. She leives besides her hus- -The Canadian Electric Co. will spend one million dollars extension to its Peterhoro. Stacked me.n R. S. Twining, accountant, in an.attempt to Bank 6f'M6ntreal'af1fidmonlon.? :Vv Hon. C. S. Hyman of London con- tie-Anglican For- has as Supreme -Treasurer George E. Bailey Supreme Secretary. 'A.'B. O. Slcljorineil, former super- intendent of .the proTl.nclal police, and The leap dance Coaldale was attended by several Turin young people. Omer Matthew's male a trip to Leth- bridgo Seth Rogers waa In our midst again Lhe' foro part of the visiting old McTaVishr'fa'lhe'r of R.ev Li'McTavIsh, JormeilyjOf Medl.clni shock to the flat, died at Edmonton. v Death was caused from Dr. H. Service .of-Tillsonbnrg >and nine children, one a babe of only :hree months. The sympathy of the community goes out to ;the hereavei husband and children. The funeral '.not place on Monday to the pnblic cemetery. FUNERAL AT BOW ISLAND TOMORROW BOW Feb. fun- eral of the late Frank Seattle will take place here on Wednesday after- noon from thVMetbodlst church. The remains were'1'brought here from Lethbridge today. hee'n convicted 'of illegally selling liquor and a fine of .J700, was Imposed. Rev. Father Mpu'nt Foreit, is dead. He had been priest at Drajton, Cayuga, Brafltford kenllwortk. and been resumed with prepared for Europe." the "sick is being man .of Tie idea that it is proposed. to banish the ei-Kaiser to the Dutch East Indies probably follows the groove that no place'can be hot enough for him. The mayor-.of Yorie of -Alberla's towns is apparently taking full ad- vantage of the wcaknebs'ln Canada's laws. He was spen'Oii the'- train last week and as tie made tils' difficult way along the aislerWaS heard 'to 're- train 'Is' full" and as ah afleithought _ and am At the present time it appears, from the divulgences In the prescription msineis.that there is bound to be a keen competition between It and the nter-prdvlircial trade in liquor. BAKING ADVANTAGE !gF THE EXCHANGE f Canada Is In a position today to mile, the most of I ho adverse situa Uoc caused by the depreciation of Canadian dollar in comparison to the of the American one. It Is watching if the advantage limed from Front Page) Fir trees in British Columbia have been discovered to yield TWS eyldently Is the result of furtive on the part of these parti- cular trees. wdi which the disadvantage covat In the value of the Canadia gives, Is made the most of b who manufacture Canadian goods They have the golde iiyyeftaalty of encouraging and slim BhUiac lpnrohajhig at home In buyin nade goods Are they makin f rjjf Of doing this or are they trad n opportunity to hoist Canadian to the limit the exchang "njcatryl of price lists in 'certain arUilss aaaoiaclnred Canada, lu I the extent to which prices have been shows tbat the 'sordid element ia nature Is a persistent; al that there are those who, art Ukteg the. exchange hk the. came degree as they take ad- Taaiate of the tariff. There are no toeei'specious reasons given for .the raising ot prices, but underlying the raise it not difficult to find the iea- toil which actuates Increase of the price 0 Manofactcrers In the DonjnIon have an added protection what the rate of exchange gives them, and with this a double m e of exploit- tag- the advantage given. That there art thoie who are taking every ad- vantage of the Bsme.cannot be denied price advances tell. The on a on easy terras for Style Booklet. Hock Horm ot 'ii' noting that Seiiator .Ifi'flt .the tolal paper nonejr in ;the world In December IKfrly prlncjnal nations of the world, had Increased froni billions' dl tho hoglhiilng 'of tho .war to more than forty billion dollars, while the gold reserves oT'.tfie same countries had remained practically stationary at around seven jjllllon dollara. This la not exactly 3 if- asstfring slate of things, for it as good as means liiat tho paper tor all intrinsic purposes is not worth the mousy, thai Is written on It. 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