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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T11K WEDNESDAY, FEmUJAIW 19, 1910 letbbriboe Ueralb .aifccrta DAILY AND WEEKLY and PuolisSsri nal purposes, partic- Firstly, Iho _. admitted in Cnatham police court i returning ID Macleod; their number [that he had placed obstructions on is grown CO that are looking for j the P.M.H.. tracks lor which two taen j were arrested: Great thiiss'-are -eipected en Feb-. v ruary 20. ba riomi- J. L. has been appointee sn 'nation day the new district of signals of-the G.T.R. Pre- ilistrictfor the Jensen passed away, at the Tabc-r bos- j Bright. JCominattons.will be received pital after a long and serioi r She one'ot. tie old-tiny town and wili be. missed rby i leaves behind her four children to mourn her loss, George. Jensen and William Jenaen, resident In Taber, an- Monday, and tne sessioii'ls eipected i to-France, to tin the other son living in the States, and Sina Jensen ol Taber. The fun- eral was held on. Tuesday afternoon, the service being! conducted in the n-It represents a straight cash bloncon chnrcb. 'by Bishop Haynes. sanserif} Uan 'alfhoagn. qahe o is taken ms a matter "or 'course and M fts papes-. does cot even Kflt tiaijks. i to'mike la that pifaHcity thatis'rwlly adTertlsjng and lAJt ners ie'trle'sa'me 'as a cash contri- bwtloa, for Ibe' pifclisher has-to pay UM priniar, sUreotvpw, buj vlous to'joining the Canadian Expedl tionary force he .was foreman aUTSelleviUe. _.- ____ President .Wilson -has- BOmioated League now in session in; left] nush Wallace, Seattle, ambassador illness.! for .'ptritbe districtfor l-tiaera. oS.the] pfeEent aiiil'.ifrU in town nail 'at Delegate's to: thii ____---_ appropriations committee. :iien. [Ourlhly, the iiromottoii at Ilia Former Director-General MeAdoo ask- [study ot foreign languages; ed-Ior that amount to be added to the tlOOiOOO.OOO roroivine funds provided ;or in the original railroad control contract. Sir Ernest' distil, the well known financier, his placed In the iunds of! towards the establishment of a faculty of commerce In the University of don, on such terms as the trustees may approve. The trustees are Messrs. As- quith and Balfour; Miss Philllrw Faw- ceit, H. A. L. Fisher, minister of edu- cation; Lord Haldanc. Sir George Jlur- trustees, half a million pounds ster-' ray and Sidney Wuob. to close on'Wednfcday evsning. WOMEN IN OUR PARLIAMENTS jay his other bills. The merchant is -not eipecUSi'to give bis goods; the landlord is not eipecrted to projide'acconmioaatloji, tut the receirefi of publicity matter mails every tor from or- ganizations without number who want him to print ttem for nothing. This s'.utf t cot news and besides the edi- tor CAflROt to prrnt It. As an iHostration, the different send out etacka ot "news itein3" for frde Theiie same departments often use pamphlets and posters, but ther expect the papers to irive free publicity to the earns news. Sometimes they send lecturers around Child Welfare A Child Welfare Institute the auspices of the Woman's Institute. I will be held in Taier on Feb. 2Sth. The Rev. E. S. Bishop, the" Child secretary of the lAlbe-rta Social Lea- gue, will 'take a leading, part In the meetings and will be assisted by local'. doctors and nurses. As this Is tbe j first Institute of its kind held in this district and the subject one that is re- ceiving much consideration thro.ugii- out the whole civilized world at present time, it is hoped that the citi- zens will take a lively SutertUS in it. Every c' bom, ihilrf baa a. right to well well-developed, well-reared, well-educated. A brand wjr a home of Mr. and Mrs. .L. Prince Albert, formerly OTTAWA, Fob J. .Black, chairman of Iho soldier settlement bdard. lava down the following five incipies of- policy-in-con- caused by the resignation ot William Graves Sharp. Sam IIadicU of Thorotd made plucky capture ot an Italian who was molesting women, cornering him in a pig pen in'.a bam and marching him with his hands up lo the police. Among changes foreshadowed fn Quebec ore the raising ot tho permit- ted percentage of'alcohol in beers to 5 per cent, and'Uie control of tJte sale of wines and beer by the Department ol Licenses. Deputy heads of the departments of Government at Ottawa will, it Is un derstood, be given an increase of 000 a year in their salaries. At prcs enl thc deputy ministers receive a year. ncction with tile settlement of return- men on the land: ,.j 7o seulc. men whose be! fc. of by engaging in the oldest surviving old-timer o Taier. j (a-ming 1 iho Red Deer dlsltict, is dead, aged C, mother oE the lo- cal member .'for Red ami prob The demand raa.it the TSJ- to talk to a few people irho mate up should be- opened for woven te-be elected to tbaDemlAkm Parliament, vote sffalr3x .ani.wiat reason Is.tiexe-for wlthlioldiiig'rrom them ths priTlIejrs of betog silling liament. Tiey-'hiVS this right to Western 'in In certain states qf .Iho A'meilcan repub- lic, azd in Great Brjtsto. AlberUaad British Colutnbia-.alrejdy.havo women as legislators. It does not always niean, hpif'erer, that where women are fin titled 'to' Ell lu they can as easily nhtain the of elec- tors. Tnl tho .recent British elections there vcre'-IilUea womeir candidates and apirt from one Sinn Feiner In Ire- land, BOl'ciie was elected. This com- plete failure at lime of ask Ing, the London Times observes, only bears out the of othe countries In which women are clijibl for election to Parliament. The sani tendency has been particularly notice able In Australia, where women ha eligible for ysafs for election both Ho.nses ot ths I'.'trliament. Se73ral alterapls hav been made, but none lias yet si