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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LOTHiminGi-: DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, .FEBRUARY 24, 19aO She Xetbbtibflc Uetalb Xetbbribae, HlDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and PublUhert THE LETHBRIDQE HERAtO PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Ith Street South, Ltthbridgi W. A. Buchirttq President and Managing Director Torrsnce Business Manager TELEPHONES Office 1292 MrUrlil Office 122-1 Mtmber Audit Bureau of Circulati Subscription Ratet: Dtlljr, delivered, per weok delivered, per ye. a D4I17, by mall, per year j factor would bo produced whoreVy I tho Canadian railways under govern- I meut operation would be placet! in a position ol Kettlnc over their annual deficits. They suggest that railway freight rates be made so that it woulj uc ri'ssiole to ship coal from AlbeKa to Ontario on aa equality with coal from Pennsylvania. According lo 'estimates carefully made Alberta contain? approximately uue-twelflh of the world's known "coal supply; trow figures submitted to I hi' Mines branch of iho Provincial Gov- ernment the mines o! the province are now developed to prouucoapproxi- mately ten million tons ot coal In the tol'-wing tonnages: anthracite, one hundred and fifty thou- sand tons; bituminous, four million, domestic coal, five million tons! There Is the- further point that the. operating of coal mines in Alberta up to and including ihe present "tiiuu is hazardous and unprofitable. J .IS 7.50 5.00 by mall, per 1.60 bjr mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 ot expiry or subicriptfon IMf (Jail; on adilrws label. Accept- of papers after expiration data li our authority to coatiiue the A WORTHY EXAMPLE The death ot David Marshall, M.P.. Bast Elgin, .brings attention to what industry and pltick can accomplish-in the Ufa of an individual. Here was a man'who began lito as a hired man on a farm near lAylmer. Ontario, at tha agn of years, and si the -.psc of IS a month, and finished by gain ing a position of influence and Impor- tance In the Industrial world. Tho erEtwhljo farmer's boy, considering ihe start in lito ho had. may be. said to have. rlEen to a position ot emin- ence in that he was one of tho pro- moters ot the Aylnier Canning com- Preliminary Meeting Snow Storm Adds Still More Moisture ad night for city gamblers. Whatever it may have been else- where in the Dominion, it was a Raney lay in Bast Wellington, Ontario, on Monday, ALBERTA COAL ONTARIO Alberta coal for Ontario and other points east of the province is a slogan that should be adopted in this pro vince, and every means employed to makeVjt an Established policy. It I not only in 4he interests of coal de velopment .-in the Province but In th economic interests _ot the Dominion as whole, in that it wilt make itscl and place Canadian in idustriM In a position that they wil to he disrupted by event: in coal industry in the States fron ivhfch to a great extent these indus Irtai', such ns these In Ontario, ar dependeijl for their coal supply. move in the way of opening th markets of Ontario for 'Alberta coal may'be looked to for from tho i miniiffWturers of Ontario in view of the tact that the Canadian Manufac- from their head of- fices in Toronto and Montreal are con- sidering the advisability of seeking coil supply from Western Canada and havo appointed a committee to in- vestigate, the resources, development, and equalities of coal in Western Can-, and the cost of transporting tho coal'to Ontario. The reasons given by the Associa- tion for looking for this source of sup- ply aro valid ones. Stress in placed on Iho position of factories in Ontario, in that the province cloos not any coal uepcisiii ami is tliurofmu dependent on a supply of its fuel com- ing from R foreign country over which the Ontario consumers and Ihe Ooi'- ernment of Canada have no control. The posHlon thus created in that the Industrial life of Ojilari.o largel} dependent on the goodwill of the American psoplG for the :jf With the opening of the Federal Parliament comes the nows that tha farmers and Liberals are preparing for a General Election. Are the signs ominpus for the Union Government? Prance has a marriage boom. Fig tires for 1920 so far break all records Lcap..year privilege's by the-women of France, made use of to the grcates perhaps account for this Information on the subject and ascer- taining just what would be in order to get a local started here. It has also been proposed that the returned men affiliate, with the munity t'lub, in the matter of club anil rest ami to end a Hireling of the executive ot the Com- munity Club will shortly to go into Ihe Question with a committee of returned men. The poultry and pet stock show which was held In the l.O.O.K.hall oil Thursday the 12th a fino success. The exhibits were niinier: OU5, mid really a surprise to many of the visitors to ihe show, as many had suspected that such a fine dis- play of birds could ho gotten together together In this part of tho country. .The hall was thronsei patrons 1 day, and until quite late at night, id was a very interesting and In- ructive pffnir. Mr. P. J. Titnms of algary and Mr. 0: -M. Cormle.of Kd- outon weje tha judges.. Mr. Connie so gave a demonstration in killing jwl for market, and Jlr. Timnis gave very Instructive lecture on poultry senses. Xalurally tho President r. D. Duane, and tho secretary of 10 Poultry Association, Mr, J. A. inilsay are highly dialed with the uccess of their first in Vulcan. A very heavy snow storm o.ver ihe istricl recently brought'a smile to ie faces of tho farmers. -Is'ever was lero a finer prospect for a good rop this year as theie is at the pre- ent time. Tbcro Is, from.two.or three eet of solid moisture ground I over the recent nows will soak us some nore. Every indication points just ie way, and Ihat'ls to a repetition of he crops .of 1915-G-.7 that'Tnadf. the ulcan district famous all .over the or.linent. You may not'.-bolieve it ut it Is a fact that many.people who eft this, account of the rough t last year, and 'who bought and in the are selling their oldinge there and coining back to 'ulcan looking for more Mr.' H. B. Adshead .'of iCalgary ad ressed a'meeting the'U.F.A ere on the llth' instant. Mrs. Max Rutherford and -son, who ave beec visiting relatives In On ario for the past few months return [1 to Vulcan last week. Jack Thompson am Itss Lois Bishop, surprised'some o! heir friends when they slipped oil o Calgary on Sunday" the loth and tho nuptial knot tied by the. Rev R. W. Dacleish. Mr. and Mrs. Thcimn- o'n who are receiving lh.e cohgrnlma ions of their many wil cslne in Vulcan for the present A splendid recital wag given at'the church 'on-Monday night he 16th. when the pupils of'Mrs. Em- ireo met in competition. Every num. her was Interesting and pleaslngr and he recital reflects great credit on the talent and ability of Mrs. Embree as a teacher of music. Many of the par- ticipants were just litllo tots bill their performance on the piano would do credit to pupils of niaturcr age. The church was crowded to ca- pacity. The first prize of a five dollar sold cotitinuo to do so. Mr. 0. Rilley is sick In Lethbrldge wjtb the .'flu. .while up there having his eyes attended Jp, BlCkED UP IN SSIftG run THE The price ol uillk will be reduced in j of Minneapolis, former Henaeplu Calgary on March 1 lo J3.90 a hundred county deputy sheriff appointed emporarlly-lolill tho vacancy. Me- 'dropped out of sight after pounds, Instead o! M-30. tha present figure. Iliimiltou city hall clerks orgaulfed a union. Chief ol James Ulelaud itevelstoke. died suddenly. Threo doaUis and 19 new cases wero included in the influenza report for the week-end at Calgary. Several thousand dollars' loss was sustained by the Baldwin Hour mills, Aurora. Oter 100 foreigners have left Kit- chener for Kurope in tho last six: weeks. Branttord firemen have had their wages, increased to the same as Iho Alox. Ixmdry, defeated candidate, Is trying' to upset the election Mayor Gray at Mcatord. of There should be some sign put 01 the red cars when they, are 'mabini what Is known as the ''city circuit.1 At present no one knows where he o she is at in regard'to these cars. coal. In this regard there is ahvayi the possibility of the United States being so situated lhat ita whole sup- ply of coai might bo required to in- sure its own prdleclloit. had a lasts of tlit.i In the last bis strlko in Uia The Manufacturers' Association point cut.-wMi reason lhat with tho c.oal Industry in thtj stabilized "It isran 111 will wind that blow- no good." While the adverse ox change rales ara causing the Unitet Slates a loss in foreign trade, the mea prices are coining down. If tho present rale of excliangd serve to keep the Canadian on vnca lion hent at home, it will serve a use- ful purpose. The attractions ol th beauty spots of the dominion are no as valued as they should he. A littl intimate acquaintance with them wi! he tho best way o! making then popular. With 4he large Moslem populntto of the British Empire it can easily h conceived why Premier l.loyil Georg is determined to slay with the dec sfon to keep the Sultan En Constant is identified with the headquarters o their religion In the measure Mom Is Identified wilh the- I'one. In th final analysis' the decision is a .dl loiiMtlc move, The police regulation ics" tti led causing hich order. It h, moreover, an order whic Ihe true Hog lover would Impose, o himself in the value- he places on h dog In protecting it Iron! the rfangi lo he encountered from 'vehlcuh traffic. It is far more hnmano lo Ih thcm.sclvea, and for Ihe pu for which the order bee Instituted more useful than a muzzlir provision. A Providence. R.I., woman, desert- ed and destitute in New York, offer- ed to sell her baby for Tho death took place recently in lirantford of Chartes Wheeland, -a director of. Works. the Bradford I Carriage- iFrom Our Own TURIN', Feb. combined hall and farmers' meeting, held at the 'nrln hall .Friday was a great suc- cess. Almost every farmer In the community waa presant. The people suffering from tho 'flu lave recovered sufficiently to got around once more. Mrs. John-Van Biocklin spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mellow. Tho following Turin people were !n Lethhrldgo Tuesday: C. 0. Oseen, "ioijfroy Oseen, G. T. Johnson, Emer- son Unities and family, Sam Turnagc, N. E. Woodcock John Rutrough. Those who unfortunately mado a start In that direction and had to return homo on account of car trouble were: H. 11. Spencer-'and John Bunn. There has not been a ilauce in the Turin hall sinco Jan. 2nd, bad weather, being the cause, We hope nothing will interfere wilh tho one planned for next Friday night. Karl Hammon made two trips to Malloy's mine this week, only to find it shut down .temporarily and no coal supply, on George aged thirteen, visitor Friday John Curran, a veteran newspaper publisher, uud John P. Secord, an other prominent OrlElia citizen, diet with a few hWrs ot each otherJ James Edgar of Cal oldest citizens in point of rcsi denco, died in Iho homo of his sister Tvlrs. Fred Tarrnnt, Sunday. Smith's Falls electric pumpinj plant Is idle for -lack of water, am tho town Is dependent on tho oil steam pumping plant. G. A. LangsTaff, a prosperous Ron dal farmer, aged thirty-five, hanged himself in a. fit of despondency ovjer lengthy Illness. James llylett .ot: Dover1 ship, who passed alter a week's illness, of pneumonia, ami her hus- who died Monday of the same isease, were buried together. j 'No grant -will-bo mane, to the At-! berta-Brlllsh Columbia industrial, congress- for. the purpose of holditig trade-development sessions in Itrilish I Columbia. I Cables received In Canada qlato that the rupee has uow advanced in yulue to 2s. Before tho war the rupee was worth Is.i4d. "and. as money lo bo changed Into mures lo buy Ceylon and India products such as tea, this greatly enhances the cost to purchasers here. T. H. McCauley, former superintend' etit of the Calgary street railway eye m, was presented with engraved liver Mayor Marshall on be- air of It-q clly at a meeting of tho :liO' commissioners and heads and sslslnnt beads of depart men 16 Sat irday. morning. Word has been received in Kctniutv S. G. Tohin. M.P.P.. tor who was returning Call ornia whcra he went for the benefit of his health, has been stricken with ntluenza while at Seattle and will not ie able to attend iho present sessloi >f tho legislature for some time yet Mrs. tobtn and their young son are also ill with the 'flu at Seattle. According to Information from rcll able sources the governing body of tho Royn! Canadian Mounted Police, will soon be announced as follows Com- mander'Perry, general officer'com- nandlng the with headquarters at Ottawa. _AssIstant Commander Stearns. Ottawa; Assistant Command- er Wrougliton, Vancouver; Assistant Commander McSihtiou, Keginal Adju- tant Superinlendeht Newson, Ottawa. Tho force Is now strung and gaining- dailrY- _No d.ilficully- rs ejc- pccted in recruiting full strength-of next-tall.- _Goypni.or _Minnesbta, pffico.. "H" T. Mclntosh of .-ICoo'chichlng .who has been Internatloiral Falls for several weeks. John P. 3lati> (rotps wore sent to the border city to bo in a position to meet iws sibte disorder growing out ot thi- strike of employees on tho, logging railroad. Burnqutst acted upon-the theory tha', Mclntosh hf.3 deserted hli oftico. Made With Brains In Ihe Masou.ft JtUch Piano it Is not merely i caao.of BU much lumber. ac- tion, hardware, ivory, fell, etc., honestly prepared and put to- gether. They :are. bullf Jnto a perfect Inilriuuent skill (mounting to tenlua. SoM to you. direct from the jiaker throujh olir. stores, jnd on easy tor Style Booklet. Mlnwml it .V You Jove "ch'lfd'reh.' Help the K.P.S.Cl fund.. i and 3 Arthur Arrow: v A V--.. iiler'taineil 'a strange night, much against ONLY TABILETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN, Not Aspirin at All without the J their wiH.- The stranger carrying a small pack ;on his back, made his ap- pearance about dusk and asked to stay over night. The boys, who nre alone while their father: is Mn bridge, declined to.keap ihe" inaiijrefused Whe'n. monilng came, he from a I'botlW; and fast he hfs stay: he riiainfimed a'gloomy sil- ence, arid had no-' %rord of- thanks for his unwilling hosts. fContmued From Front JFrom Our Own MILK RIVER, Feb. funeral of -Mrs. Hedley Crdpley was held cm Monday norm in .the public cemetery. Funeral arraiigenienis were in charge ot K. C. .Conies. The floral were many and hoatitjlul, tho family, a wreath; sprays, Mr.iiind Mrs. AIr bright, Mr. and Mrs. 'Shultz, !Mr. atid Mrs. Chas. Sausa, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ditthenlos. Mr., and Mrs. L. Urooks, piece was awarded Miss ICathlcen Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Coates, Mr. and Watson, Champion; for hlghcft marks] Mrs. C. L. Griffiths, Jlr. and Mrs. on tlio piano. (Continued from Front Page.) civilian settlers hut to returned men settlers who were on the verge of star- vation and had only, been saved by Iho V. K. A. locals. If Iho .government wanted to find out the real BJUiirtlon, let them write to U. F. A. headquar- ters for the information. Mr. Hoadlcy also scored the inent for falling to put private labor bureaus out of business, and hod a sharp Interchange with the premier on this point, tho premier denying Mr.'Hoadley's assertion that the gov- ernment had urged Ihis power to put them nut of hualnass' on tho ground that the government bureau could not 'oo a success otherwise. Mr. Stewart maintained that while the Act passed at the last session contained a pro vision that the government could pul private bureaus out of existence on r- three months he by I hari not saifi --EUTurnniC-nt r.pease. :i would ban them. )A. H. Hoadley tor -Irrigation On the tDplsof Irrigation., lloiul- ley said any systsin that failed lo tnKe account of sninll xvhtch cfiul.i be pul inlp; lately would .bo Inadequate. j Uell. Mr. and Mrs. Usher who have been visiting 'heir sister, Mrs. Steela for the past two weeks left for their Irnmo in Saskatchewan Thursday. Mr. Gco. Cropley of Dnrdett was in town the first of.the week with his brother, H. Croploy. Mrs. llemington and Rrandaughtor arc confined to their home through Illness. Mrs. Rell la also confined to her home with ar. attnuk of the 'flu. Miss l-Ivc'lyn Joclicm is progressing favorably after her recent sick spell A bltaird raged hero Thursday and most of tiic night. Tho many friends of Mrs; Henry Kllert regret lo hcnr has rccMved definite vrofcl of her mother's ilcath at (llcucoe, death was duo lo pneumonia. Mr. Frank CJm'nn nf Calgary fa visit- ing his sisler. Mrs. Ilunck. Mrs. C. names is ill with Influ- ciiza. Mrs. McCartcn of Macleod Is visit- ing her daughter, -Mn. Balnea: Catlinllr l.ailics' Aid were entertain- ed by Mrs. J. Ellcrt last Tuesday And wben yon get to the gate. don't-forget what the entertain- only oae You out -ufi Aspirin the tradd mark In at BarcrXaniiCacluro of accttcaclilejter of Sallcrllcaeld. While tl Is well Vnown Aaplilr. naycr manufacture, lo nsslat the public airalnal iTnltaticns, tho TableK of Uaycr cotnpaay wILl bfl itampcd with tbeir trade mark, "tfojr A dainty'lunch was scrv- hostess, -.assistcrl hy Mrs. tlirotit'li i ;i Is confined' to hia homo he, had been informed, that. Iho Can- ada Land iand Irrigation Company would have lour or.i'ivc iimpa ria much water going through Its main ditches next summer ns could bn iiscd on the land It would have reaily.for Irrigfi- tlon at thitt time, and lie wanted to know if the covoflitnent'coiUd'nftt make nrronRcmcnl.rto-have-Romi! ol Mils water useil on adjiicent (o the main rlftrti Ihi? 'atimmor. Tho principal remedy for tho suf- forltig from ilrmith 'In-tlw South', 'he declared, wore TiroJortR to put a pro- ixn-llon of all (fcs iinJer water. ft'r.-.-r SKIFF NEWS Cur