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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Tlll'HSDAY. MMMUUV 17, PREMOOFGT. fco H. II. AMiuith Lower Paid Than U. S. A. Jan. I By Mail.i The Premier of Croat Britain has A hard time ol' It. trying to pay hip hills on 2 salary of a and his pay ought to he raised, says (he for- mer Prime Minister, Herbert H. As- quith, who ought to know, for he oc- cupied thm position for I' Aa far as known. Mr. David Moyrt George has not asked for a raise in uay but bis remuneration ha? boon the 'subject of an inquiry rmnhu'ted by a committee of Parliament, wlso is examining into the salaries ui' til the British cabinet ministers. Mr. Aflquith told tho i that the oflice of the Premier of Grs.u j Britain is a very expensive one and 1 Ms duties can not be properly dis- fey to Mia- f Owt U, kfttowif, mntfK pooflf man wiMti he tffcois thtn when he entered ft, Mr. Asquith explained that the T're Afer had to do a great deal of cnter- fafniag and afford hospitality to all wrto of conditions of people liotb ;u Home and abroad but. under tho ex- itting atria gement, bad to defray this eijwnwi ontifflr at bis own cosf. If a government hospitality fuw! shonld provided for enter- iftlaias dlrtiafftftafttfd foreigners, Mr. Asquith "was of opinion that the I fii'm-y might iu hi- ail- vanrt'd. I had few Kind to ab.m( tin- priviU-irr whirli Hi" I'rc- m lor of oiriipyiiii1, the olliria! "H is I rue-." ho "lhat yuii liv.' in lionst; fivo fr-mi tvni. 1 rates Mid (Hit il is a >-ry ex- IM'UMvi' In1 up. is a very iiicniivriiii'Ml housr- in v.inny it vt'iiuiros n KtiT.e stall' and I suspect my ili.u any 1'riine Minister who eXinTi'-uce in' il jis I had would. if hf wore (ilfer-d ihe i-hoio-. rather j not live in il at all." The salary of ihe Premier ol' I'.reat Britain at il! rale 1.1 i? erppv-ileni to This mm pnnrs a salary w" and iitr riu- c! tlie rnit.-d States; tioo.tmo frauds sjl- .iry and a similar ajii'Uitit for cv-i'ii- HIT ihn of FY.'.n.'o ani uf salary und inarks expenses for the of (Jermiuiy. Mpmher-i or cabino! of ihe idpnt receive a yea i1. ANNIVERSARY REQUIIM MASS FOR SIR WILFRID soon thereafter, (ho went to HIM! tor mom sUty it tool. oalfhtv bloody OTTAWA. Fob. IT.- Ian Press I.....Hon. MurKtuiKli1 Kins and several iters of the l.lboral party at- ti-mli'd the annivcM'sary ronuiwu mass for thf lak- Mir Wilfrid death, omirrml years today. I pU- of tho Civil War to city of Kltohoni'r'M contymptible HtUo for? 'I'd from Iho ravtts kttoiu. uad uwuken htm. But and nctiUK up to womnn and chll- he turned and by ill' a mend Burnt ho forbade thirteenth fid wont U hor bond. the scrap of papor. ghe nniid not. ami of vluvoiy withlu bin would nol ignoro, no not ovrti to domain MIX! by tho fourteenth and j satisfy und his military click, fifteenth he Hied tho nil thin the Urttlnh SUIT! tired to of former slaves anil l for ftfty u 9 tilt tho lantt of your nrVdutwgsor, Mr. UivorKUD as you claim to be u French-Canadian, I hardly think remarks could bo nindo by a Lciclftltiliuv any should he luive lieeit added (liorylo. It will still itxuod hy "nol, thun ao P.U- et-nt ,u, ,hat all such umuml' of the lulul iHtllml at thu HVMI- wi-al univiiudul -Union Muv" only for tlin more 4 1- hold." alyo (liat the itftltlon mimt he j t! c.urrylnii out of tilt! main pro- tho yt lust oloctliw hlltL lht! SB cent of ut. of j visions of Ihe Act and in no CUM- nl' wero put In tho IKrect Act I thoro was cuiiKtderiftblc ohjtu-tin to the requlruniunts LiiliKir Act an lli'Ht enacted. If of thlH I'rnvineu dnuiio as jII repoal of tho Litiuor Act or doBire I In chaiiKU H in Us eitnetitfal the said nnmlu-r of vntes. Nnvcr-''horo is a IQRH! ami prupor wuy 01 thy less the AlbertA Tumporuiu-o il lhilt h.v Htrlt-L Moral IteCorm L.oaguc, as thu urpini- j fuHihnetil of the niiuiironinntrt uf. tho zatinn was thon called, undertook with 1 Act. Thu Motlont- conaidcr.ible exiiotieo and much effort may iw well assured thai reKiilatlunv In lot-; ir SBI-UIIJ u twenty per cent. retired to he was mom warily groused and tolii aoap box oralorv lot ulono by a leader bix wealthy that of a party, suppctsed to bo a have to pay an income lax. Recent- Ujpht. und a no called Dominion parly, and forbid to carry out those of liquor amone I I" tr ran ted 10 it. which future. He will morp j soldier, and a man, tuu) if thou had able to ttoir and will speak J only lived, hut God willed it other- Uouor Act came hiU; existence under i People's Forum KNOTTY POINTS IN THE U.S. CONSTITUTION 711 Tegler Block. Kdntoutuu, Alberta. wuril in its ifiise, embraces all the.rafiilu-j iinno.'itiuiis made by Lstlihridise. Alia.. Feb. H. mi the parson. urttfleM.oo-' Kclltor Herald i'niratimis. of my Inner on difforonrps of pli; for the pnrpi.a.) of raising nillillr consiilutioi) of Grent Brltiiin. Canada And ilis-n lo liio same ;ind rnitfil Scales. j nu-.hor. page be says "All I note in your editorial not- u. ihisll'iiis (or n-vrnuc musi ori- letter thm you say lhat in statins asUi'i.itf in Hie house of liepresonla- we did thiit a tax bill in I'niteit i fives, but ihe senate may propose anil authority Uulj-. 3. 8. JH'VH-VM. of Mr taken onough space and time of vom-! bj' .those Uf valuable paper, so I think I had'bet- i ,_. clear that tlie Liquor Act cannot be; j ter leave au abler pen to express their opinioo regarding this Armand i amended so us to interfere with RESENTS LAVERGNE'S SPEECH Colewan. Feb. 3ih. Herald, Sir; I should like you to grant me htiites njay be introduceti in any i concur with amendments." Citing llie.j ;1 space iu your paper, iu reference to have the. authority of A. i clause iu the t'on.stituiit.n above men DODO'S KIDNEY PILLS K. Hasaarrt, of flail. uul stating that in this provi- a. npeech, which I noticed in your paper of Tuesday, Feb. S. made by to barrister at law. and author of j sion is incorporated a principle of the the great French-Canadian Nationalist Private International I-aw." and fur- Knglish eonstitmion, w'ntrh requires Armani! Lavergue. speaking to ther add "that your letter in this cir-: all revenue, bills to originate in the members of the Nan-man Club, of Oi I" Lavergne flow of language, which 11Re think is uncalled fcr and Trithout foundation. I Tours truly. OEORGF; HOPE. (A British Subject C.ate nuSTr NEARLY CRAZY WITH ECZEMA ivst day or for those who with that terrible sUu seven of tbe Direct Legislation Act i eczema, or as it is often call .says that no amendments shall be; I presented except those "certiiled to by; w "s hurntnK, Itch- Coleman, Alta. THE SOCIAL SERVICE COUNCIL MODERATION Ed Editor Herald: (the Spei'Jrer as not.constitutinir a lorturius, relict is gladly wel- Istantial alteration lliorein, or as not changins the raeaniiiK. intent or effect thereof." It also savs that the Lieut, Iilltcre for slvlug relief to such Governor-in-Councifmay make Icgis- i i uovernor-m-uouncu may maKe lecis- L AND THE jiation ,lot inccnBiatent with this Act DERATION LEAGUE for'the proper carrying out of Its pro- i to w.tu the idmonton, Alta. visions terrible torture. I Apply it externally and it takes out follows "Tile ronstitunon itself never yk-kis tntiun. to treaty or enactment; i! neither stirution M changes with time, nor floes it iu; this i Uieory hend to the force of d It may be amended a< 1 wonder what constituted the years indeed 1911 to 1919: -what class did General not altogether out of: French command in the retreat from the 19th day of April. 1816, came inio being under an Act of the Provincial Legislature commonly known as the i place. Tile sovereignly of the world's Mons. if Armand l.averijno will read j Direct Legislation Act. This Act gruntesi republic is largely embodied j the book on the "Bloodiest. Struggle led in 191.1 gave the electors of'the ing to its own permission: but while in iliis who having come into Since This World "Was Made." he will i province the privilege of direct iegis- U stands it. is "a law for rulers and} beins; by the- constirntional conveu- see that tile mongrels made one of I latiou on any measure they desired people, equally in war and in peace, jtion of 17S7 and having been eomplet- the finest retreats ever known, and j but under very strict regulations. j t j and i-ovorx with Ihe shieid oi' its pro- ed the first twelve amendments. 1 lection c'assc-s of men. at all times commonly knoivn as UK' Bill of Uights, jgn______ in good order, lighting their way. These regulations demanded that tho every inch back, sumvlug tho tena-' petition presented to the Provincial Burdock Blooil petition unless it is prepared under, to help me. I the provisions of the Direct Logisla- j Bitters advertised and was advised t.. tion Act. If such a petition as is pro- try a bottle. I found great relief and posed were .presented it would ask i really cannot recommend it highly for tho sale of Intoxicating liquors 'chough tor what it has done for me as a beverage throughout the Prov- Burdock Blood Bitters lias been iuce. To grant such petition would be j the market for over forty years, ami to completely annul the fundamenla! during that time has been" mnnulau principle of the Lintior Act. Whilo it turcd only hv The T. Milbnrn Co., may be urged that since the Liquor Limited, Toronto, Ont. Advurtisc- Act was passed many amendments ment. OYAL NAVY I it mmmmmmmmmmmmm CUT SMOKING TOBACCO cents oLacco of ;