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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRMX.K tbetalb Blbecta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and PubllitKri THE I.ETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMITED IZS tin South, W. A. Buchanan Pmtcent and Managing Director John Torranca Business Minis encountering a assailant Ihe spirit vt the ased and was rlsht to_Jhe (ore. Taat ndlll el- feels VlU bo left (fora his wound in-Ill bo the sincere and heartfelt wish ot all true1 friends of the Allied DAILY TUESDAY, KKBUUARY 25, 19H T JO BE ENFORCED TELEPHONES Office Eiilorial Office Audit Bureau cf Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per Wessi.......15 Daily, delivered, per year mail, per year ......55.00 Werirly.'oy mill, per year......51.50 Vj'tekly, by pall, per year lo U.S..J2.00 Dates'of'eiplry ot subscriptions ap- i ptar dally on address label. Accept- ance ot rdyeri otter eipiratlon date is our authority to continue las sab- r scriptlon. AID NOW COMING FROM RIGHT QUARTER The Herald hopes, and the hope is soared by the people wf Soulh- ern Alberta generally; that llie avow- ed'efforc's of-Sir Henry' Driyton anl the Railway Commission to have tbe Leinbridge-Weyburn lice jap linked UT> tcvj year will meet with approval on the part of. the company and that NEW SCHIME FOR A. P. P. CONTROL The police coanyssiop, which con- stitutes the governlag head c-f the AV Provincial Police, is to bo abol isfcod, and Ihe present operating head of the'forco te to be created a coromis- I s'.orier to have complete control under The argument in favor of the police ouimission when the force was first readied was tbat it would keep the operation ot the force out ot politics. The argument cow for doing away witi the commission is that It will make a member of tbe government directly responsible, which is the only proper way lindtY.responsible government. The tew experiment will be watch- ed with interest. Just what other changes are contem- plated have not yet been announced, but it is underwood tbe force will be il Into two parts, one brasch of which will have charge of enfon ihe Liquor Act, leaving the other freo lor regular police duties. There is no doubt whatever, that mnca of 1he' dissatisfaction expressed over the Inefficiency of the force is due to the belief by many that the act Is Mt being strictly enforced. On the other hand it niu-t be admitted that there are those ot tbe other extreme who believe It is.Being too strictly admin- Bffls Relating to Health. Intro- duced in Far Uiseases when1 ihi Hant.wiK re- Mr. secrelarv-trrasarer. -Miss IloTtlja Iluut. organist, and Mrs.- UaWeUh, lira.! Cransloun. MUs l.HHe ar.d Messrs. LllUe' rs. teachers. Tha financial report very a balance at tbe of the year i-f J42.H which imanlnwusly donalcd to- the general exrx'u.-es of Ihe ctiurcb. Mrs. J. Huchanan vt'.s visHoc Calsary .Tuesday attending Ao eeiior ot the KeU Cross Society there lu place of Mre. J. Harris, wlio to the HeraM! EDMONTON. A. G. MacKay moved tlu- first reading .of these bills in the house at- ternooa, a synopsis of which Is o.' fotowins purport: Public Health An act lo tliq Public Health Act: This act wends greatly the definition of "the phrase "communi- cable or contagious or in- fectious disease, aud makes tuU classi- was vuiable to-go. ng b that a large number will UP IN, rOBTSIMW-alAM. YorklOB's tlr.e tut mr Mrs. Annis Phiins. a Urlns alono in Pictgn, burned >o death. hundred and tlity thouiand men la New York It Hie dry law goes into effect July 1- TV Eaton turn out to th'e reception twlng given by the Girls1 Club 03 Tuesday even- ir.g. This is for a" worthy object and should be well supported bjr all those ixjerested In tbe'welfare cf (he com- munity, lle'v. J. (A. has been in Leth- Wfl" accent, a dozen. on mall order SulHiuc N. B, iluriru comlsx summer. "Karnicrs arouud' Coaoart are' Mil- Ice potatoes at a dollar a bag awl Hgs fery there. are glad to learn that he was uwde moderator, though people who know him as well as do his, con- cregalicn lieu- not be surprised at ......____________ .this recognition ot his talents. -Vrs. ticatlpn by thu provincial board and, little Be-Uy accompanied There are numerous-clauses I fcin, On i iriu. iB the bill dealing'with .sanitaltM, Mr.-SlncSiiy, formerly manager of and the powers aud risrr.s "'.the pro bank hero, has been granted leave viucial board to order certain things j to be done, and several lesser amend- ment's amplifying and making "clear inn powers ot the'provincial board and, of local-boards. Tho oR! aUo as drafted xives the provincial board iatered. rate it is aafe ta say that 75 per cent of the whole time of the force is occupied ia efforts to en-. CP.B. will shortly make a deiin- force Ihe act. Probably a separate ite announcement that the Tvors: vrill b? done. Enoaa> erWtace was vresc-nted to I ha Railway Commission on Monday to slioir list tie present serrice on- tlie due to the gap, is driving aivav" which the company trojld otit-nMTi c_rrr over tho line. The company mnst be aware ttf this, and n to b jhopad will rem- edy the Situation Inciaental T, the construction of the Jj mile gap an item in the program oT Sontiiern branch all its time to t nut- absence for three months and ts taking a trii) lo :he "aulj counlry." Ilii old frirnds hero all ioin In v.-lsli- ing him it delightiul trip. Mr. Hans llagan is paving a visit to Hochester.lo consult tlie famous powers To 111 Insufferable Ait It had to be thrown nverboaiy. Tth h a fishy story. vraners as Uadlea, Mra. W. and -Mias Sulli-! van (of llio former squaw and the lalior'. as colonial1 lady of Ihfl eighWentli.century; e'enta, Mr. Kay .Sleinke, si Ota Stack Prbce.- and Jlr.' the "alarm clock. Mr, (iJCeikrit floor the. ty and Hay .Mr. and ._ kept'everybody on their Iocs and gave thorough The dance tm "r" un< I 'tho nnn.ertfus visitors m. cnlll. sion in Halifax narbor In .December, 1M7, btU-qen tbc: .ftt'ncli 'Steamer from "suburlis" arch and treTC-'forced-fo de- BIO GUN nuW PAHIS PARIS, T'eb, the Ger- man long rabif gui wliicli 1'arls at 'Inlcrvtti durlnf the last ttv irTonftj of H nejr rm its way tiiii anJ SiMllon'ta She' Place fie U Concorde, sccdrdjngrto -Vlctore, part to-catch their respective trains. A fal dance has-nevc-r been held in.the neighborhooil. .Mr, P.-Van, Dyke. Npole- lo go-' fo having befrn transferred: fo the slaff of.Ihe Merch- ants liank there, fie. -Bill tie much in' Ihe In mnslcal circles. Mr. Thos, of Ihe (staff o< the Union Hank of haj epewthu! vliltlng Mr. ami Mrs. Colllnn. Tlie hay. Kitunlirjn ltr-rp .icaprovt'd lately and a good niirriler 'of cars have been during the 'last week. The'Aantiar niecllnK tit Ihe to Get Perfect Fitting v Rubbers he Donuww MMr Sntam KMMIkHI dwir and to ft Aotv why the feadhaf HM Sfrtm brcmU of believed tinfe-.iiiil was still of tho opfniim when Mr! Crosi was retired, that although he waa'a'p- parenlly not'.wtjling to be-ciMely" to Ihe administration of a Mg ment his acquaintance in financial rll-cles in the old country and his abii ity lo.supervise proper kind- of irnmigratton to'this pr6vinee would enable him to fill the of agenl-general t The letter in (incalion read: i..' "Edmonton, AiU., Aug. H, 1918. "Dear Mr( Cross. "T.'ie position' 1 offered you m country Is still vacant, If you care "Yourg very truly, WONTM-BERT Pcathumous Honor for Bravery Halifax DfsHttr' Charles MalllEon nrtd Rrlward a. Heard, bfttfc'p'f wJlnn niivy, i-i-JJli Albert Mont IJTanc, carrying explosives, and he Norwegian flteamer1 fnio. men, nt-luding MatUwn and Heard, reach- ed the f'rencrh vessel from Xfoho In a just Mont uianc blew up, all pcr- ts'hcd. TYPHUS PREVALENT PAIifS, fc cnt in arid fhrougrbut Poland, accorJifig to a Hava.s" dffipalclt froih I'oi.inK to he Ronar 1ftvr Col. Hnrnn'ln the hoart'of cmnraoM; ;