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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. FEBRUARY 24, 19J9 UK LKTHBR1DGK DAILY HEBALU PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Auntie Finds-Work for the "Wasted Power." By Wellington m WH1 IW BOOV cfn WH, WYET ft COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EVERYWHERE Ife Service AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Api-iit." fur Siiaw Corrt-s- JMailtlli'i; Srh.ji.K R. C, FARR1S SERVICE AGENCY 'phone 1fH i BOULION'S TAXI and Htwted Car City and Country Trips Office Phon-j 1205 they -All) talk'lament but admirable prohibition until they are Ijlaek in tho and will then ptrtako ol bootleg- wares natural iVturus. 'They arc BO sincere In their desire to remove ifio lemutiJiimi out of retch of gur that they make ot drinking all the bare been given iu liie soldiers as nec'-ssity rci'jired. The retiring board of directors iias been succeeded by thft following offi- cers': President, .Mr. Tlidnias Humph- ilee; Her. Canon James. Kcv. A. Smith. lU-v. U. U- liinghaui, Jlov, A. C. Wiihart, itiliou that Ilicy can a'rranjre for, H. CouplanJ and T. Va President Must Be 35 Years Old, Will Hold Office 1'or Seven Years Sub-DiatricU iiTEnlarged Ixth- bridge Division Are Now Fixed that much-is out oMhe way, ami Ivlll iic'ver bo a temptation to'our iboyf, People L-AU be diampedM into vot- ing tor almost anything. They -were Jlafoe A. Lewis Ola1 stampeded into voliug for pioltibitlon jlccdl, Canon H. 0. Sioi-fcen (Glti- niiareprecentiilionfi of different cijent. I'. MoNVob ILangdonl, CJ. WEIMAll, 2-'. (Associated the German national has IHMMI holding open'meet- IngF, several committees have touutl time to UrscoBS the draft ot u new (Serraan i-oiiEtltnUon os preiuired by Itugo mambtT of (lie cabi- net. The 1ms tiofi- passes on second reading. The original fev: I'arasraphft have been cut out anil ex-} Banded into paragraph-s, ivtiich i vovcr tvery puint carefully, Sevenf Dlvliioni The new dralt conpfaU of seven tlt- viflonf. Tbo firnl deviiton, ttitltlexl nation and componflftt nrovWes tliat the national territory xliall conifct of the former German stales sa ai othtT states that may, after a plebiscite, desire to incorporated TvllU Germany. The Hug ot the republic will bo-black, red und. cold.. ..The second arllclo ol Ihe tint divi- Kkm proTldes Uiat the executive lies with. i ho-people.1, and tho tliinl ar- Ude says that tho generally accepted ruins ol International law shall a ba.ilc part of the Suc- rcediuK provide tor thu de- fcnsu of (Jiu nation and cover colonial customs duties apd public transportation. The national law, it is provided, puperuedo thy elate the vnrlons Gynnan who ore punrred tovcorubiiiB wholly hi part fiir the ptirpoae of creating u IKMvcrful memterehrp In. the nation, TJieno states will repreafnted in iTic gorernnicnt by a "national coun- Each Tiiembor of the council can lutrodace ftilfs, hot a fciil to bo Knowledge this I0th February, A WI9. H. OBTMIXO, Alberta. Solicitor far tho Admtnietrato Apprntrd: J. A. J., When the reorganization of'the H. N. W. M. I', in the west for tho en- forci'ment of IWfflinioa taws is com- pleted, there will be 202 officers and men In "1C" lera at and covering all tlie territory between -Suek-itchewan boundary Kootenay I-anding and from lied Deer to the international boundary. There will be 165 horses, in tlie division. About GO officers anil meu will ho alfttloned at tho headquarters barracks here at all Besides the sub-district .centering on Lethbrldge, there- will bo'puMistricta on Cdlgtiry antl Kernic. At I.ethbrkJge Uicre trrlU be uin. Pennefather. officer cornmaiul- )g division, and two inspectors. ,t Manleod there -will be two insure- ore located, al Calgary one and at ernie one, Inspector 'SJiafcfboUrflHi, of Mcdtclue lit, is belnc troiiaterred to Ixstli- ridge. Inspector Clianey baa been ranted six inontba" sick ileavc. The' outposts of the' rarious eub istriets arc as Tabcr. (Medicine Hat, wiu Lakes, JMtlfe River 'It'idgc. Pen- ant d'Oreille, Coults and llcne. IMaintfore, Colem'nn, Wat- rton Stand antl 'iuchcr Creek. Caiunorc, Canff. Uank- ead, iJIkc Louise, Gleichen, Druiuhtiller. Feniic-JCoEbin. XewgaSc, Cingsgate, Rykerts, Cran-hrook. A4 soon as PoUro unit sow overseas returns it be tble. oti that foundation, to recruit ho remainder of the men necessary to ill up aH Iho different detachments. secretary, Mr. J. K. Hull; treasurer, Atr. Thomas VndcnvooU; Uepusiiory, Mr. George CambUn. Other of the board ot directors, lit vs. K. Wnds. They were .told that it out up Ktro'ng- Imier and higHcr morals. U -vvouM bring, prosperity, (mil contentment, it would empty our'Jails and pfnitetrUar- .The'attorney-general of prohibi- tion Alberta' estimates IKTO- that Jotor lyothbridge, S. Keglua, katoon, K'linonLon. Calgary, ver, H.C., or Portland, Ore. servant, Uiree. Apslj-.'Mrt. P. V. (111 Ave. S. WAS LYNCHED Ml'.VlCH, Feb. Arcoval- ley. the young student who shot and angry Smart boy la work attur EChool hours. Apply Herald Oftice. MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 410 13th Stretl N. 2S5-2S __ TibiiTlir! To" "ifeflsl urt; good io rifiln r SIS Clh AvftS. r, Imryl, J. -A. Stt'w'art la Icy Ilooplc Church. Calgary. Or. M. K. s- Miss Cameron. Ml tenor tor a ma'.o COMMUNIST LEADER LYNCHED Jiox SS Herald LONDON', Feb. leader, Bel; good been lyncbeJ, acconling to a Oispatclt right party. Lady or gentleman with experience. Apply Box 7 from the lleuter'f. Hungarian capital. r, Feb. Communist_____ la Budapest, lias WAN ?d, according to a Oispalclt Berltu correspomletii of i a messuse frnru the 1 NEW APPOINTMENT TORONTO, Feb. Imperial Hank announces the appointmtnt oE Mr. A. E, Ptiip'iw as general superin- tendent, of branches. .Mr. Piiipps was formerly iveslera suiierintenOcnt. llo is in the vtcsl by W. II.' Jaffray, firaierly iuspcclor. i general .serrant for i family of lliree. Good Apply i lo 'Mrs. ,Wi A. J'nrker, 1261 4lh'Ave. S. C3-R People's Forum Commuiilcationj unaer ihli beidlog must bear the' of thn writers. RE PROHIBITION Mitor Herald: aii (Klitorial In Thursday's sue of .the 'Herald re prohlhlUon, you say that 'the ofrponenU of "prol'ibltion that 'contlitfons ar.o as- batl as hey were dnring the dayti of the open 1 do ttofbelteve lhat ftcro a time duflnE the dnys of the open bar when the' attorney-general of this provinfRiTvould have any rea- -for sayltig (hat he would estimate- hat per ceuL of the nulo popula- ton ot'lhts province.X-cre outlaw's us t result of Ihfe' open bar. la your editorial you ijuotc the attorney-sen eral as saying that he estimated thai GO. per cent.'of Iho male population o! thla province arc outlaws as ths rwult. of prohlbilion. I believe tho attorney-general's estimate Is about 25 per cent, too low., But let that 'be. as It may, nu itiust liavo, some good grounds for making this statement and 1 can not see in vhal -way that yon can tMft U in an irgnment in fav- or of prohibition.. Yon say there arc not as many drunken, men seen ou tlie.ntrcols now as were, seen the days of the open bar. Thla augment U perfectly trie, Thtrearc two -reatons for srtlnf as 'nuinir ...jnXeo rncti on tho rrtreets now as during the of one ii, a very larte who tneit to paw >my their on this line ot amtnement aro not here now, Tliey two floated to Ihe are and -wfcere tlity can other reason in, Ihn remainder of who miiiiM tliermelrei hy Drinking to excesi. for Ihe good of the cause, they consider it Ihtlr iluty to remain out of sight until Ihe elteUs of their amasfmtnt wears off, t Hut (ho very strotHjeat whkh 1 hare heard to date In favor of prohibition IK, lhat k Is a step In the ricU If die taken nan lift per cent, of ihe nak monla- of Alberta criralmh, if Uie pi-odl bltitahU to Uke amilh- tn the Mine dtreetVui, would ho Ihd rejtill? Many prolitlilttOiiUfs litve 'CAI.GARY, Feb. annual necting of tlie executive committee of -ho South Alberta Auxiliary of the 'anadian Bible stxriety iras held Fri- lay in the board ro6m luo YjM.CA. building, with President W, A. Geddes in the chair. i Owing to the growth of the irorl; of listributirjg the Bible in this province, 'I has to create a new auxiliary for the northern of file province dnrif j Ihe pust year, harins been done Jn the city-of Edmonton. In the course of his rcnor trict EMrclary, Rev. H. etat- amongst other things that cir- :ulation of tho scriptures throughout Uio province of Alberta during the year amounted to volumes, in 39 languages. This does not include the many copies of the Tes-1 WANTS COfiltESPiDENIS Ihe following pUcet: Pinchcr Creek Carmangay, Vulcan Coleman Cranbrook Granum WRITE FOR TERMS A'NO INSTRUCTIONS TO The News Editor Lethbridge Herald RETURNED SOLDIERS AND DIS- CHARGED MEN You can trtM will handle It >nd the cm he tnatti on terms. It will take !'W acre to Jury after sertiag doje. Do not delay. NUMKli FOUR: 3M mile from CotMtfe. All nnder cultivation, iuoJ teaceH and crow tieftltevt cistern rCMrrotr. The trtit profoiiltlon for a dairy !n UM djftrid. rollM frorc hnilf. Partly in mo-it ready for crop. If bough! before farming operatiotu will be sold at per tub (WTBieat ens; May be subdivided Into smilter HARRY A. SUGGITT MENWANTED TO LEARN Aulo-Gas-Trador Join now antl you -will be ready'for the uig paying positions offered In early spring. We have many different Trac- tors. Autos, Stationary Engines, Elec-. tricai Devices. Oiir master mechanic teachers are guided liy printed fnstrac- tioiu from the V. 8. A. Govcremeol Bosrd