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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'JTKSDAY, KKHHIVUU' IDIi) Till'. U'.THlMllKiK DAILY IllvlUU) Future is Viewed With Concern by Dr. Rutherford We, iu this faces us o( uncertainly j ni'ojile of LethUrtdgc to think serious lu the iiiuucilialc (u-ily or Ms The seed, be luro. use like a people going aboard I believed fall in fertile ground, ship, sailing under sealed} for he had had tomu experjencp wlt-t people cf Le'.Ii in tluj past trough an uncharted sea Jt> l.msy with periscopes ami floating That IF the candid opinion ot ftr J. Kuthcrford, of the board of fdlVivay commissioners, as i I to Ihe citizens of l.cthbridee at a complimentary luncheon tendered him noon, while discussing the] Kxpreas Traffic; association, rrt'emciu problems of the reconstruction period 'Pullen, Vice I'resiUeut McDonnell. W. far as iho'ueert for recouciifaiiou] II. Iturr. traffic manager, and Supt I ami labor Is couconv] Ilcline, General Superiulenileut Cam- and ho knew that they toofc mailers seriously. Tho luncheon was largely alleadrd, there being Dr. HutU- t-rford. a number ot the members ot the Dominion Kxpress party, .Includ- ing Judge counsel for the Iho chairman as the faUier way conmiSssion idea. On Iho was simply tlim, if ihe o! raw aila desire to have ihe express com- panies ubtu to continue in bu sines: thc-ro would have to be au Increase it1 rales to jnet't ihe ever growing ex (tense. Dr. HuUit-i-ford WAJ introduced !iy D! tho rail rising but iid- milled lhat. n> far as Tanada ivas cerued, he lelievctl lift had prevailed ou tho toverninc-nt some 1M years lhat Canada should Luve what every civilized country in the wovM had, a body in power to bring abou'. a better relationship between the rai! H'Eiy companies awl tfcu pcopli. An-J he believed that'effect had been ed in ('ana-Ju. Dr. Itultie-rford lljen lauutlu'i) into a splendid tribute- f'ir the? community j spirit wf mentioned (.'iTiada. Canaan Is essentially an tig- r U-uitii rat. country, and has a inucn in-jif foundation from which to iltat wUh the threatening struggle. OIK' rtason why ho luoked on the outcome of llie struggle the nxtreunsls ot capital anil labor !u L'ftiuda with BO much confi- dence was limt in C'unida -the organ- ised farmers, the grmtest agrarian movement the world has ever Known, arc hi fucli a iiiou that they can net as arbiters io ihu struggle and bring about a peaceful solution that v.'lll bo for the best for the wholo country. Dr. Itulhcrford intimated he had given the cjiiesLion very serious study, and did 1101 think ho was talking nonsense. He wanted the other officials oC the company; while practically all the representative's of outside tn attendance a.1 the session of (he commission were also present. 3. J. Shepherd presided la the ab- sence of President Marnoeli of the board uf trade. I'hippen who short address Ho calJed ou Judge responded wJlli a yhlch be ci- ot plained lhat the altitude ot UIP express companies towards the west was not the attitude many people accepted. He declared that it was noi the with of the express com- to put anybody out of business. They wanted everybody to remain in business and build up the country, Ami tho situation of the express concerns The biggest thing in the way of laundry soap is Gold Soap. It is as good as laundry soap can be. It is bigger, weighs more, and lasts longer than any other cake at the price. When you buy it compare the size. When you use it compare the quality. Gold Soap u in Books Magazines, Newspapers Society Printing or Engraving BOOKS Hclxjund In.Finest leather or cloU. FINE WHITING PAPER, INITIALLED JOIN OUR LIBRARY EXCHANGE. FRANKS THIRD AVENUE Car Owners! "i i C REMEMBER! Your Storage Battery has work to per- form, but cannot do it unless kept supplied with pure distijled water. Your battery k developing power equivalent to one of two horsepower, and you can- not expect this power out of an empty battery, Have your Iwllcry leslctl nni) filled with dlstllM walcr. Uatlerlca for all inakfcs .of cara, A Written Cliiamnlce cacti KvcroaJf Haltcrj-, 18 niimllis Dti slariliijr, lljhllng Ignition; 3 years on lljtilnn. ALL WORK QUARANTEEO Eveready Service Station J, 0. THOMPSON PHONE 1 JRD AVC, 9- grasped ibai iilua tinj dt-rful thtngs. It for other in No PAGE SEVEN SUPPfiRIIOKiE other cily in ilie whole Dominion has done to in this direction as had Lcihbridgo. city is bctlrr able to tackle Uio fit-nuns problems iviilv'j face .the world today than is Loth- bridge, for iu thfr Uuk which exists between Uio und professlnu al mt'n ol the city and the of Iho district there is y starting poini from which to lachle these problems ivlilch nute Lethbritlge UWe Hope Held Out Vor a Separate KuHding for Com- pany This Year Depends on South io Make An- nual IVovinciii) Festival a Success This Year Hcutjiern AHierta (owns art- couaiej ti send lifg deicKat.ions ol musf- the autiua! provincial musf- cil fentival voiDpeiition to be held here flu .Muy ;T. L'S ciml tiext. This Is iln> time {estiva! has bii-ij held In it lielrg JieM Jierv in This K" the lirt'lfili season ihe ffstiral. it is that artisi.i will fume frotu I-Minotuou anil Calgary, yei {it is up 15 southern A'liena enlirciy j to liiake Hits 'o.-tivuf souiit (owns are as BLUE RIBBO Don't waste your time and! money in trying to find some-' thing "just as good" as BLUE RIBBON TEA of some of ttie best musical talent I'D Scmlheru Alberta and have added :i grand concert to !hc-ir KHIIJI. If the derartnieiit of ihu Herald its duly the tickets on s-uk' tomorrow. There is EUI'R a success, and ito be a Jtramblw for tht-ui as the lia.ll to co-optrate toh-an only accommodate about ?50 and l.itiie fHic-ouraKemenl that tho erection of a sejinrate ir the this year line full. A special delegation of thejiwu-o thai number are likely to seel: local cocnitrittee will probably visit The farming- operations of (he Ke- ;ina city council have brought j (he city treasury. BAD FIRE AT OLOS Alia IVu, fire, which :it cnf tiinf threatened flic whole or tfio eastern part of iht IOWP, occurred here ibis irummig. wjien four local stot-es and (ho OHs UazcUe office were bunied. The damage is esti- mated at about valiant eTforts of Hie firemen and clli- zons the fire was kept in cue quarter1 and tlie damage liglit conciderins llio huge blaze. y of servi vrliolc community, and allied selves sn splendidly ivith the farmers, to bo the starting place for the move- ment which will place tbe fanners nf Canada in the position to arbitrate Iho differenrc3 between the extreme cajii- talistfi of Can-Ada anil the extremists of labor in order that Canada may not sutter the disruption ivhicli Uireatens nations. There are stormy times ahead but Canada can weather the gale if the farmers are Eivtn Uieir oji- farmer.'i who had avoided the mis- takes of agrarian movements in tho past. The leadera are t-JjoFen for their EOlid. common and they arc today an agency which, with judg- ment, can avert the grave dangers which today threaten the foody politic. musk'iati secure expenses nf tho I'estlvaV, a monster will by lield towards the end yf March a choir ol 100 voices in Knox church. for this had heen company officials in the not reached Him !or con II. of the Vancouver district fn wlilch the Lelli- brulre office iff situated, was next seen. He stated that early in the war tlic ccmpyny, rco1.! had bnlldltte of lhc dl are arale express building tit the west end thesc and take part ,in nlic concert. It also the intention to pui on "The Banner of St. Georgt" some lime Tic Co re the festival. U is hoycrt this year to have an orchestra concerts, unit volim- nre asked for. From .thirty are ivantcii. ar tlie ccmpjny. Jjeine tTsmped forj com.errwni slart liext Tuesday. -Mavch -ota have to carry on their bttsmcss.i iu Knox IUile msi "ie tho, matcnals for war ort i company aganint conElnicuon, However, Supt. Helme did admit tluu fQr the conippy needed nraro room litre teerg and was confictermg ways anil means lwwljv SEND IN RESIGNATIONS MONTREAL, Feb. of the 2S Protestant teachers in Ihc high schools and elementary schools h; iiavc sent in thetr re5lgnallon5 be- JM pause U was claimed Ihe Lacbuiaj jjff school board had rcfuseil lo accept a ill icale of salaries submitted, providin, what the teachers considered to bu a Tatr basis of increases. of overcoming Uio handicap. 1UH nothine will lie done this year, 'i'lie comvany wouM like la hear what plans tbe C-P.R. lias for the. future in the way of. depot accomwipAallou before deciding ou any deflnUe policy as re- ganls extensions (or express business in Lcthbridgo. UFT OFF CORNS! Apply few drops then lift sore, touchy corns oft with Don't Lose Time in the Spring Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs, now. .We have a large stock on hand. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. It wilt certainly (Fro'n Our Own corrcsootiilcnt) IUOX SPRIN'GS, Fcbj Messrs. T. II. and W-, A, Wyrana were visitors in Lethbridgc on Tuesday of this week. A small barn has been 'creeled the school grounds. supply a nttcl. A goodly number ofi peoiile gather- eel at tfie Echoo! house- Tuesday evening, to enjoy (.he; pictures given by'llev. H. EosomwpHn, Coal- dale. Iron Springs was well at the meeting of irrigation on Wed- nesday, Feb. at the hall in Tur- in. Mr. Peters, comtnls- sioner for irrigation, and Mr, Fair- Doesn't hurt a Drop a little Freezone 01- an acJiing corn, instantly that .corn stops hurling, yon Hft it right out. Yes, magic! A titty bottle ot Freczonc cosls a.' few cients at any drug store, but Is sufficient lo remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn betnvecn the toes, nml (he without soreness or is tbe scnsalional rtiEoov- ery AT a Cincinnati genius. It ts won- lie] tl, Kxperimental Farm, spea'kers. They gave very definite information. The ycung people of the aettloment arc planning (o hold a tia social for (From Our Own CrureEtiond-anO DAROXS. Feb. lanil mar- ket in this ilistrlcl. is 'beginning to show signs of activity. Recent deals include, the purchase by Men- henhall Hat field of three-quarters west ot town Irom C. Sinclair and the sale by UatfJeld to obson of a quarter just north of town. J. A. Irvine has sold three sec-lions on the ridge lo Spokane people and Rl- wcod Craig has purchased a half seo- How from Howard Roberts. George Chew's half interest in the Chew Wfllan farm ot. three and half sec- tione has been sold to a Spokane man. Murdo' McLean purchased a qtiarter at While Uake from Popham May. >fr. Goorge a local Great U'nr veteran, had the good fortune to secure a Itomesleart two miles from Ycung, Sa.sk., last week. >lr. Wafee- lin hart Jiled on the same quarter near- ly a year ago, but, owing to govern- ment red tape, lost it'and had again lo itiu timumug w Hum n3ak5 Ioa Journey to Saskatoon and 2Sth. at tbe school house. A pro-1 Personally file a second gram (s being arranged for, and aj Mv. r.race, jirinclpal ol (lie )i.irons Consolidated from A TRUST COMPANY Tlie average individual little knows the many services formcd by Trust CoiupanleB, and how great is their intluerice for good in the conrvnurnly. Uestdes they manage property, collect rents, attend (o payment ol "Taxes and Insurance Premiums- These and niBny other valuable services Hie trust companies render, enter into every day life of individuals. Hecce the Trust Company conies moro and more lo til) that place in the community to which they are cntilletl by virtue of varied form ol usefulness. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE, S1S FIFTH STREET 3. LETH8RIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 good lime is expected- The' Ladies' Aid of the community church arc holding their annual fia- zaar and supper at the hojiie of Jlr- P. Tichler oil Friday, March 14, ar- rfvetl on Friday from Cfllgarj' and took over tiie'dutiefi of his position to- day. The liarons troop of Boy Scouts, in cliarffe of Seoul-Mtisler Malleyi Svippcr will lio served from 0 u.ni. on. turned oul to do honor to tliclr return' after which a of considerable! ing teacher who has just come back interest will be provtflcii.''Keep epen'lrom "over there'' and Is still'in iml- FEW CENTS DESK this dale and be On-hahd 'March Utli. The fanners are busy signing a peti- tion for tho railroad to be built he- twt'aii Ixipp and lletlaw early enough So lake off (he WIS crop. Xow. Mr. Editor, there is an opportunity for you to work for votes at ihe next election and also lo enlarge the subsoribera' jllat lo Iho Dally Herald through this community. Save Your Make it Thick, Wavy and Beautiful Try This! Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mule evidence of a neglected scalp; of nwful scurf. There Js nothing KO to the hair as dandruff. It robs Ihe hair of jttt lustre, its strength nml Us very lite; eventually prodnciitR n ness and Itching ol Ihn scalp, If not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and thr: hair falls oul fnst. A lilllc DanOcrine surely save your hair OH a small linllle of KuovfUon's froin any drug store or toU- cl counlcr, after (he first applica- tion your hair take, on thai .life, Instro anil which la beautiful. It will hecomc wavy fluffy anrl have trio an Incomparable gloss anil tnu wtint Tr-ill please you riost wilt tc just a few use, Avhen will artuiitiy seo a 'of firic, downy ing over Iho TIDES OF BAY OF FUNDY PRODUCE K. W'S SYOXBY, Cape Breton Island. r- the return of peace It is prohahlc that (here will be a resumption ol the attempt lo harness the tides al Cape Split on the Minns Channel, a" branch of tho flay of Kunrty, vrhcre ft fs esH- ihore can1 be made available fcilowall hours ner annum. Tlie was first unSrirtfikcn sev- eral yt'ius ago by Dr. George H. Cut- fen, u graduate of Yflte ITiilvcrslljr, anil wlio ia president ol Amelia. Col- lege, WoKville, Novn Scotia, find Prof. R. V. ClArfoon, nn American professor [of engineering at Acndla. H has been fioth from (ho engineering and commercial standpoint a, by n Vork firm of consulting engin ecfsi, fl-hose representativcf; ivere on the grounti for prime tour months, To Currant Motor At Ihc- hasc? of Cayu SplU (ho tide runs with remarkable rapidity and for (fie greater part of the year Hie rise ia'.frmn 35 lo 45 feet. The method tc employed fn hnrnt'ssing ihia iMftl race is tlie iitkHzation of ihe eurrenl niotsr invented by I'rofeasor Clnrkson, which was les'eil on the riv- anil ci' lnstr. Grace, besides doing his bit in the great war, held a commie- 'sion 5n the Canadian contingent to tbe South African War and Is Iherefore Trtfa was the" first public appearance ami created a very favoraWe Impression. has been "entertaining an angel unawares." have Just dis- covered Uiat we nre HID proud posses- sors ot a real, live jilay-wrlght in tha n >f Mr. lleathcote of the Union Bank. Hcalhcotc Is the author oi Ihe two sketches lo be riresenteit under tho auspices of two "T. C. p. C.'1 and il Is pnttins tho mailer very to say thai both arc productions. He also written sev- eral other sXeldies and plays which have been producer! In other towns he has been Heated. It will not at all surprise his friends if, one of these days, a play from hia pen is seen at Dniry Lane or UroaAway. Tho your; people arc reminded (hnt nc-xt Sunday evening will be "conver- sazione" nfglit at.lbo cliurcli. It he mentioned tn thjs (hat the ladies determined lo. excel their previous If rfj.il is posslh wbtcb should guarantee a crowd. Il been lilntod Hint there are uHprior njotivea lieliinrt till this hos- pitality ami lhat tho afler-cburch meetings anil the rehearsals of tho T. c. O. C. arc merely (or at least partly) intended matrimonial ac- celorflltfTF, Such rumors are without foundation. Of course, rupitl Is ItaTJo to get In some of his deadly work hut that wHl Inr nic-rdy In Jil, Indeed, without mentioning any names, II. can be slated IhiU but nev- er U was m first InteuJod lo the theatricals on t. phow night but the plans liavo been ohangcd am! Monday the? Ifjlh of March has been THE ROYU BUNK Of CkllllDI HeadOHice Incorporated Mwrfreal Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Restrvc Funds Total "I Over President, Sir Herbert S. Holt. Vice-President aud M.itwsliis Director, E. 'General Manager, C. K. Neill. Supervisor ot Central Western Brauches, Hobert Campbell. Special care given U Savings Savings Bank Department at aO Branches. A general Banking Basinets Transacted. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH W. A. MAQRATH BRANCH J. K. ATKINSON, MJnljtr CAROSTON BRANCH W. R. McKAY, TAB6K BRANCH G. DICKSON, Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank, it is absolutely safe from loss, as far as you are concerned. All the time it is here, itis earning interest the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your money. Don't carry urnieeded sums on: your person or hide them at home. Protect them against loss, theft and fire by opening a savings account THC MCRCHANTS BANK Office .-Montreal, OF I.K1HBRIDGB BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NQBLKFORD BRANCH.' CANADA (894, R, DINNING, V. A. EBERLY, M. A. K1LPATWCK, ArtiM M. Banking Service VOUR banking requitements may be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely your, disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE aa ttie dale of the bis event. Tho liulloa have secured I.ETHBRIDGB BRANCH WARNEK 6RAr4CH MIIK RIVER BRANCH II. T. BRYMNER, 1. H. S- GORDON, ;