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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUK OAII.Y SATURDAY, FKIHU'AIVY ?2, 1919 Ube Xetbbrituje Tfoeralfc e, Hlbcila DAILY AND WEEKLY I Proprietors and Publishers [THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- .ING COMPANY, LIMITED M3 6lh Street South, Lcthbrldca W. A. Preiiccnt and Director John'TorTauca Business Manager Vut considering present labor costs (or mining transporting, acd haulme, be- the increased t-osts of materials [which enter into it very out of ihe >vay. But by adding JS to the the j can buy a ton of I'enn-ylvar.ia hard. It 1? what he always burued. He to'iiuni it, It is 10 I liaadlo. i: burns considerably longer Ms winter'? bill wouKt prob-1 bo considerably smaller than it b-> burned Le'.hbrUlge coal. That's Curd Parly For Church Society PICKED UP IN IASSJNQ FOUTHK BCSY MAN TELEPHONES Butlriess Office tlriess itoVlal EditoVlal Offica tho case because have nude en- tlniYiVs lately st'vrril Winiiijwg reoplp find they bear out the main facts. We vrouM like to camouflage our- that we could hold the peg market against S. coal. But i lie Vi'innipeegerV purse lias the final say. and he voies against our sub-bt- Institute and Red Cross Work Cape. C. 0. Jone Is dead. The G.'T. H- doad. ft Windsor, Out.. fFroni O'jr OWT. j tfd injury incivnjvs ISLAXlV KoV niium raided irxin able success attended the- card given on Tuesday evening under ember Audit Bursau of Circulations, j hanJ> lle mJgW ch SubKriptfon j y.g our Dally, i Weekly, by mail, year ......51.5 Weekly, by mail, per year to IT.S..J20 coal Jii his bin at or a ton as against auspices the Altar Society of Samt i Michael's church. Tlie j I of the church, presented the gayest uj tMmondviile. p L- :u GouRtf Mills. by lire, j .10! tuxu'l grant- .tfrliiauis" mas- to ?j. He Jackson, won herseK a schularship al tho Art College. Xtiyr York vlty. KnuHt Uu- ancier, had placed lu the of trus- tees iul( a.million sterling lor educatloual purposes. Que hundred thousand Csuadfau womeu are represented lu the Feder- ation of Societies formed Lake (s to have a nt-iv elec- tion, reiul-msl necessary by the un- seating el the reeve and three comi- Ueorgo Stoele. of Isl- fund, N.S., surprised to ren-ira letter from htLr husband, who was oftidnUy reported dead two years afco. lumtaow product and in favor of tie pearance ot sociaMHty and The oH Algonqisin liael in S-trnm !...........-hange i whjst was at tweuiy-Iour vi'l be opened as a Salvation les- Intense interesi held sway until Army hostel. A box of alleged clothing was sent there (or j from Montreal to Sudbury, The box leaked, and iuveslfgatfou disclosed a keg o! high wiitea In- side. Tort Albeml. A. K. Dihl, a halt was called uhen it had Dates of expiry ot subscriptions ap- yeiT'dally on address '.Abel. Accept- ance of papers after expiration data is 0-jr authority to ronllnue. the sub- for a McConnick binder on the t seripllon. jCoutts end the station platform bis C. S. farmer cousin is paring t present prices we have no dsht to feorj; Vpon Drawing. Mrs." Kmart him to incresss his' irinter's j avranlci the priie. Xilss Taylor won [uel bill for our spev-lal benelit, anv ithe coiisolation, while Mr. K. M. H.irt- nsorc liiati we bsve a right to expect !ord lhe gemleinan's lirsi and our uppj over prS GIVING CANADIAN WOMEN RECOGNITION Tie 1 speech from the throne ituK- catts that women are to bs granted all the rights men ITS. and not only in Dominion U they be grant- Jl7i> at ihe Sweet Grass end of the platform. So it this: either must reduce the price onr coal to tlie Manitoba consumer or we i lose the Manitoba market which, we ei the to rote but they will also gained 10 the trar and cax'e the richt in parliament. j we had hoped we would be able Thai it sboulJ be. To have (O And we can't reduce the niiQers and the no insult after the admirable J 0{ the and the drayman r[ was ?o mild th'at i men's Protective Assoelatlnji. said that no ice the ?our.A at 1'arrj-1 favoritism was shown in Soutid, and begAU ou (UshtTy licenses. .March 17th. _- Rcutjeo Graham, ol the C.raliam A Krederii'ion.-X. 11.. Mary House. CHntoti, was sentenced to Cod Fraser. 17 yeirs ol-l, tus bt-ea declar- erich for 30 days ut himl lauor. U in? loader her of more was shown iu court thai Graham has ilte health, mothec'6 lief ttud corret-'tlon, and suggested thul lor and emvloymeiU may evetituaMy incliiiod tUU irotn tbe Vnilci tho of, ctteudwe. ho did corruptly agree to Iho sum of iuteiu lo Interiors corruptly with (ho Rumlttiiitrallou of con- trary to subsection A ot'secttou 16; of the t'rlmlnul Code. valued at were announced by dtijiartnient of com- inerce, as exceeding any month In the history of American com- merce. .They compare with 000 tor January, 191S. ami for December. 13 IS, Joseph formerly Inspector of (tie Saskatchewan provfu- cinl poltco force, was with a warrant ut Kegina charging that. bo- Ing a police officer employed In the capacity of Justice- ot (he veace for ('harloHo Iluyght-Vivrl, a seventeen- year-old Birl living with her iiareuts tweh'i miles eonlh, of IjafU'dK1. Saak., comwUUAl nuiclde whon sh.? sent a UulU'l from a Lce-Kullold ser- vice rifle- crashing her lioid IVuth was instantaneous- (o report Mortimer of Ihft proviaclat ponce, pwlio In vest i- BUt'ed, the young girl her owu ISfo btcauso -her, father ordered a >vhonj tho girl company, out of'lhe back for auction, when the sum of j than CM pupils ut iLte Washington Irv- vas reVeived through its pale, i ing High Now York, ami ?ias After tbe serving of delicious monte the guests enjoyed several well jbe :it lilc home'of Mrs, Scott on rendered songs, Mr. Herman Smith ;jhursday afternoon. (Feb. when made an excellent auctioneer, whcnja jarfie attendance is splendid prices were realizt'djlirouiU j Tiie will prc- bis etfons for several caKes. The sinK- ing ol "God Save the Kins" brought j cae of the most successful social: of the season to a happy con-1 jmrlicu clasion. been R-freftueut violator of ttte.Can- adn Temperance Act. Srnod of the Montreal Diocese dtf- cfded to pceljjone tbe question re- commending the General Synod to change the title of the- denomination from Church of to that of the Anglican Church In Canada. ELDER'S GARAGE RAYMOND APPOSITE RAYMOND OPERA HOUSE' GENERAL REPAIR SHOP AND GARAGE Wo are prepared to do aH kinds, of work on cars, gu iraclors and stationary engines. Twelve years experience. All work guaranteed; v GASOLINE, OIL AND ACCESSORIES' pleasing program lo Bow Isl- on St. VatriL-k'd Uay (Marcii Kefp tlio open for" this j s_ L of BMle, Man., al- performance. K be, rendy famous fls a or qUaHty pan they hive played in the war. j atia oibcr; who handle the product Canada will be the bettor in the years our miners don't care about tak- to because have seeurefi' efa the men. Canadian womea money tor Lheir day's work DON'T" DESTROY THE BOULEVARDS Lethbridge is different from tuy -city because of its fins cretem cir parks boulevards. They ares'smong advertising features. But the people ol Lethbridge, a enral them at do not i ranch! than tho are re- r calving in order to bring about this reduction ia price, any more than the i coal consumer caree to pay I more for LUberta coal in proportion j tbau he does for Pennsylvania coal. j These are hard facts, but we may as well face them for they affect vital- ly our coal industry- it is true, freight rates from Fort to Winnipeg favor U. S. coal as against Alberta coal, but this is not enough to make an appreciable difference. Al- berta has boundless coat resources- This province jumped into the lead by tons last y.ear, numerous acquaintances wish for them a speedy recovery. Rev. Herring, who has been, absent for the past few relumed on Saturday from Pincher Creek. Mr. and Mrs. D. Carlson motored to Medicine Hat on M'ednRs- ay- The dcerpest sympathy of many riends is eitendert Mr. and Mrs.'Pete 'erger inthe loss cf their infant son, died. Sirs. Sfai-'atd has returned to her ome in'Calvary after a pleasant visit Saints .Xis with Miss R, Hurlbut. na: on Kriday last. Mr. D. Pederson spent the forepart f the iveeli in Lethbridge. The concert given on Wednesday vening by the Maude Henrfersoji coui ecem to appreciate our bonlevard sys- tem; which it has cost so much to up and maintain. every tura 6ne sees paths cut across these __ strips which line our streets, and next and there [s fell0ugll d; 'summer they 'be eighties-pots- jt- pleased to learn. of Tho customs tasallon of Ihr; Cana- dian people today is almost without parallel in the world. U has increas- ed tremendously during the past seven In l l census showed the population of Canada lo he The importations nf dutiable goois tliat year [or home consumption total- ,letl or per head or the population By March, when Ihf: haJ (ncreaged to not over S.I00.000, the imports entereil forliomrr ronaumotion Kad increased to arul the per capita fmporl.'i- Ifon to It) 1911 Die ciisUiiJU attfjij ptr head of population waa end hi 1U1S cuitoini and war he'rl in the rest room on Saturday ev- ening. The sincere gratitude of farrncra of Ihla dtetrlct is exfend'ed Mr. F. J. ilcn derson, who voluntarily assiimerl trouble and of sfjtr many carloads of hay in this district, This hay of gixd fjuaHly and gave entire satisfaction fo purchasers. I Mrs. D. ts at presfint t'nc of Mra. Penny, Kuikorn. The inany friends of Claude Jamle'on win be to ho J.s making satisfactory luit ploiy grcss lo-A'arda recovery, ,Afr. Undberg on Fri- day from Women's Institute Tho tegular monthly matins; of the. Woman's InRtituto wa'm' iieM fn rest room on Sxturrtay flftcrnotjTi. aUenilance of memhcrs was and very dclighfful A very iarife of ini.iuhf-rl BAPTIST First Baptist l-'hnreh Corner 9th Ave. and 3rd Ave, S, Rtv F. W. Oafoe, Pastor Mr. W. H. Worlmen, Choir Leader, At 11 Subject: "What Do Yo More Th-in Others. METHODIST Church Rev, Chafc; E; fl. D, Residence 320 Ulb St 3, Partonine 404, Church Study 408 Claude L.A.B., Mui, Director 9.00 a.m.: Serylcc. 10.30 A. special reception ser- vice. Tho communion of ihe Lord's Supper will.'tie .atlmlnUlered. -Will every member make a special ef- fort to be present to bid welcome to tbe new members. 12 noon: Bible scbool and classes. Sunday was a record attendance-. May this spirit of enthusiasm con- tinue, S.flO p.m.: Christian Men's League. In- tsrdctiomlnattonal qnrl nnn-sccfar- Ian, f.15, Service. "The i Supreme Question." wltb a special refnrr-ncc to (he passing of one of Canada's gre'alesl etatbSinien. Comer Rev, Capl. A. H. Deroon. ?Mtor Morning Scrrlt'cs at l! livening ''service it 10 a.m. lioya USO a.m. Rip SfslibT C'taw, 2.00 -ftlfcle DeparimenU of-Samlay School. p.m.: CbtneM THE UNITED CHURCH OF .NORTft LETHBHIDGB tint rr-lurn 'home of Mrs. K, flunday School and Bible Class at Thurnlay from the Mdllclnti 12.In. At Subject: "New Testament The ordinance of Baptfam wiH'bij' a'toinlBtcrfid at the eventny service Hong Service at 7.1S. Everybody Welcome. Mr. It. K. attended the annii- iiiy al antnmrjhilc .m., 3 1..10 p.n. Sunday 2 p.m. KfCBday, Thursday, Buturdsy, S pm, p.m., Corp Wcdotidky, 2 p.n., Home Uati.e 8 pm.: LlfB SUTlDS .Scouts Qimrd< TLc Band In NORTH LETHBRlOGl OOSPCk HALL Avo. tt. Baptist Church) Spenkcr: John Ilae, ,707 laik' SL N. Sunday 'School p.m. Kvenlns Subject: ''.'The Ntw mirth In Hie Old and New ment the 2nd, To the Oentlle." Church Soclnl MnnrtRy evening. Krery, body Invited. School iit prci-' or entertain In6 .preacher (or Cor. 3rd St. Oliver L. Cwrtl., Pjltor 812 SsVenth South Phone G02 BIMc School i ent one meal. MorntriK Suhjccl: "litntlfitd With HvcnlnB Subject: of, and will. consider uie luodn. Why dlil tKteil ts.lio'tiantlseil. anil ntiswor Iho 6tatt-rneiit, Ho' went Into1 Ihe vrster the "Son', ct Mary, camo upthfi recognized "Son of Ooil." They nri; both ijhrid subjcctt. You Are CordUlly liwll.i ;