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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUR Thl! DAILY HERALD FRIDAV, FEBRUARY ttbe Xetbbriboe what lu t lif tlji> Oil I-3 LSI W i-u'.iio QHW h oy.WloLA PAJLY AND WEEKLY Prcpiietors and Publiifien THE LE.TH6RIOCE HEKALO PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITEU %K 6th Street South. L-.tnL-noso Preildent and M-ku.tsii'..; ijirruir Jahn Tcrrancs JlUiiL.ji.a TELliPHONEi Ollice............. '2i I Oftict ilmy il remained fur tunstitute .Mrs. 1'al Mclnerni'v Had (iouej Kast For Her Health--Other (Jas Town News i arrived liice i orV. (iivtu. Arthur liave returned tin; -winter In I'ntrie. of t'ccn a v.liic'.] for :i Tin- Toruiuu (lU' i! a "itlhoJi usv.l m Vii'ii-ri t.cr ill.- Sun l ;i'ss at tli..- ruJt- mvaVt n lliw.i.r: by Mr i' Mi1. M Mtmbcr Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subicrtption Ratei: Dally, delivered, per ueek .....I pet 1'mteil Stlite? to the nwouut the spring. IV.r I day. .Mrs. nni> {lui'ttS wMli- a'. Jt Mr. llorsJeiv Iv I ins Mr. Emil v'ai n with llio "Ftu." t-are of Mr. Mursilen attack ot the "Kin." sad mg after spending uiiree than a in Calgary, y.iss. Hunt is syeudint! a ffw days tit Xobleford recuperating In health- Mr. 0. Chew-and Mr. C'.i Thomas VHKors iu Ijetbliridge on Moil- Joy Mr. RUrfU'M anil J. Mi-Kay uere business visitors lu l.otlibriitge on Tuesday. Mrs. Free IKT KIT nnunieil 10 Ku- cluuit on Sunday after speudlns somo ilays visiting with' her daughter, .Miss M. hVre'oerner schuol surf. Miss HoHon of the Consolidated a visitor in lA-th- bridge, over the u-eeheinJ. -Miss M. Moir was vIsitinK ii! Ilic city on Monday aud Miss Frecberger on Tuesday. from aa I J. 11. Telfcr, o( int. IE il! Mr. Oirlson looii through his Owing to [ho 'iV-rmml Mrs- A' ?u- i- ure recovering from the i t Mr ami Ms s. Itoiismi arc now able to bi' up aiut around. Mr. tlobsull "'T'-' >i able hi take a walk on the street with Iii- t'.-n dollars. This titivi- lo buy in diffcrc'iice is an it: liritain. llul the l.'ustoitis destroys Hie effect Iwtli of Hi.- 1 preference and uf tli'1 different, in aail l.idi 1 present oichaugi- liy insistiiu to futuiv upon an arbitrary valuation :'ur fnrei ri imiKUi'il witli the aid dollar of Canada. The from ttie I'niteJ win- THE SPEECH FROM THE THRONE. Tlie jiroverliiul of ilefinite. policies of tlie Oovernnivnt find their ciirrencie: exsniplidc-ation in tin: latent .Spcec'.i from the THriim. at ot tlu1 KiiI.Tal House. Jit SlO.OOn Canatlian money aro 'iis'g'eiieral contour i: ilweils inon- mil for duty at Imt ilic KOI Fuiure. Uritaiu. also bought with Throni! ill Canadian tuoney. are entered at a lannrt'es lulu a of As Mr. Macaulay nt lit-.-j rejiululion wijjc-ii out the in tli.j; preferential duty. to olli at fereia-e vahied Js from tilt! ttllill The SjiL-ei !i fnmi uue its iiortioij> Jeremiad ovc! ilic .-i day. Ii tin1 eeonoinie field of a clear vision is still goes un 10 enutnurai' i woes, such as mi.se.ukil s'ate of (ihe geueral tariff is SO.IKT com. anil exebange. the lack of iitti'rnaiicutai ihe British preferential tariff is tin ti i) I'- ii -J I'uiiiiu- act- .LI over it UL'-JS nso ln: afu-r inuuhcr she had died. Tin- UU' Mis. i hail Hour Has- fur had ulldt-rBOKO till! >n days ire flie Tln'l d a du.-tiand and liulci 'r iii aUmt a year anil 'a of Irii nils in this ilis'rii: u-ife auJ mothi-rj Hind i'ritnd. Hans Spring left early last j MM-i'k lor Krskine. -Alia, having iv- [i-i-Ivc-d word llial her son-in-law had tilled. i Mr. Ixiii llurlk-n arrived on last U'ednesilay's train froui i having received word tiiat his sister Miss Rose HurHiert was ill, Miss PA 1CKED UP IN ASSING FOH THE MAN relumed home on Wednes- day after jireacljtux in ixmuectlon with the special services on Monday aud Tuesday. Mr. Telfer's sermons were most suilaiife for the occasions and preached -ivith -yvonderlul force and persuasiveness. The proof of their acceptance was shown liy tt continuation in the presence of tlu> same persons night after night. The people came because the red tiling was presented with vigorous from a ricli mind and heart. Kev. Thos. I'owell. superintenlent of missions froimt'algary arrived in town on Wednesday noon to preach In connection with the Forward Move- ment services. Mr. Powell expects to slay till after Sunday in Barons. Two pairs of mules at York, I'a fold for a pair. Mprii 'than J2T.GW.OOO o' pelts werfl sold at the rJ-ilay St. Coals fur jnctlou: K. L-. of the Cooltl Shapley Muir Co., Braulford. diedi rceenlly, I The SI. Thomas Hoard of EJnca-i tioii has tleclded to employ a woman; as truaut offleer. i Ixmdou's .public works department! is mniiing preparations to cope with! Ihe floods which are soon expected. Charles Carter, supposed to be! 'from Hamilton, shot and killed his wife in Detroit, and then suicided. The St. Catharines Board of Kdu- ration has decided to supply ihe pupils with booss and supplies free. llev. (Capl.) George llindlcy lias been inducted into the pastorate of the Congregational Church nt Embro. Ait aiarui 01 lire ioois them to the home of Steve Derate. As there was no sign of life about the house 'he firemen forced their way in. They found Derata. his -vtife onfl five chil- dren all so 111 of influenza that they could not more to help themselves and might have been burned to death or suffocated but for the discovery of the fire by outsiders.____________ REV. DR. NEILL RESIGNS Has Tidy Surplus From 19111 nniiirn and a Mrs. In ordpr to I'.ie diife and duties II iniglil be adiled that pori MIVS she Is sick agtiin. if the goods were of a class on per cent. Iho duty roHectcil in goods would hi' is apsistint; at phone Mr.s. from fiear Wis., win-re r.lu1 %vas cnlled the? death of her husband. Mr. credit, the int'hilion of iiaper ciirreney the Ecari'tty riiw materials, llie'li'.1-1 Ai inoralizatiou of labor '.ranppori. ntldctl to the nf It harps ou the Fac: tb.i; from evi-ry would make ifif liital cost quarter of the -vorlil. oiteo by severe! duty rollectiid on privation .ind .'iiftering. the lesson; ihe liritish .Spoils ivpiiltl to 51.05V. being impressed that iiicrcasi-'d added to'the investment of duction lliroitsh iucreasi'd work, com- jlO.CKW. would make the total cost bined with thrift and economy iu in- In order words. Ihe Ameri- dividual tmtl Stale, is the only sure I can gooils would cost only hope of business improvement and future prosperity. It says nothing of tho part the Stale will taVe to aid and May Start Snowfall Pleases (Froni Our Own Correspnuai-nt) HAKONS, Feb. Tom Scott, sister of Mrs. J. Welsh left on Friday morning for Camrose. Mr. Scott ex- .s lo repair a few automobiles and then go back to itie farm and raise more wheat. Mrs. C. (.'coper returned to Karons after spending some days in Calgary attending the con- vention. Mr. 10. returned home Friday morning after attending tho Oddlellows' banquet in Calgary" city. -Mr. F. I'ries: now has the very large tank ready for tho town, ivlien the drilling outfit get (he wall of Fire broke out Thursday afternoon in the Oak Hall building. Sydney, .VS.. which houses i'uu Oak Hall Fur- TOKOXTO, Feb. Dr. Joint 1 "ialiins store, the Hank of Nova eiil's resignation'from tho pastorate! Scotia, several real estate firms anil if Westminster Presbyterian church, the Knights of Columbus rooms. A this city, after more 'than 35 years' j heavy tale was raging, service as head the ehureh. was re-' gretfully accepted by (he congrcKation at a special meeting last night and he was appointed pastor emeritus with a salary of a year. Some members of the Hamilton fire department, discovered an un usually distressing slate, of affairs In a house to which they were called Thousands Have Chosen the Mason Risch WITH ma the ITH dozens ot different akes to choose from, there must bo a geod reason this inslrumeul Is so popular. That reason Is toe quality of of e. su of tone. The famous Mason fc Risen costs less tban you thinX. Ask for prices and easy payment terms. Style BooMel free. of You love children. Help th: K.P.S.C. fund. on the] NVirdin. Tlie deceased had been ojier-i ready lo put into il. Mr. Priest on at the JIayo Hospital, lloches ter. Minn., and while the operation icns nut n-h'in it was hoped to be; sjill ihe ihouiiht that he; iv'ouM al.'le to get. hacls home. lie left the hospital and went to his sis- ter's home at Clear E.nKe. where for a sTiort time after ho h-ld rested from the jonrney ho seetnetl to ho gaining. Then a change cams and he passed HV.TI.V on hVb. 4th, llio ijpi-ration hav- down in Canada, but the British srouds ins taken place aboin Jan. 2ist. Tlie .1 the same finality, bought with the :s n very singular genais in that he lius shown himself an expert in both the blacksmith mid the carpetlleriiig work o; tlijs great tank. Mr. A, Fowler and Mr. U. McClel- lijnd were in Lethbritlgc on Thursday. School opened on .Monday after be- ing closed 'last week on account of sickness. The further fall of snow recently WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE "HOME OF CANADA'S BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hall Block) Phone! 662 and encourage this inett-ased pro- duction, the necespiiy ,nf which it 1 apprises, by ihe consideration of the part artificial whii-h the Stale itiiposes and tlie- .siato ronitots play, with a view nf ri'iiniViiig IP one more raj- of hope for the great Vunly. Kits laid tu n'ii in Ihu' Clear number of fanners who live inHhe r ,r f-n.-nii-in- mone cemeicry on Tuesday. K'.-b. lOtli. Of expectancy for a crop this same amount nf Canadian monc.. h f, fa t i i i. namely. SIO.OW. wruld cost laid down in Canada, freight and other charges being omitted from the calcu- lation in each casx-. or friends wore present to pay.the tant thuir deimteil -relative rites to :hoir deitatteil relatu-f ___ _____ 'Njirdin returner. lionK- on of lap; WCRA. Those 'wliii kunv.- ihi.. la'o Mr. Xonlln the TJie j b French sympathize than Nurdin ami family of highly ot him nml srpiitly with liglitcnin" Ihem 'and Italian eomls is even worse than j Nurdin ami family of four children, An announcemem of which j i.ritish if, favor of An, ft iu ttic frit-an iiiiiniif.ictnrp.- In lrw ci Mr. says: "Tha tho liitlierto neglect that a bill to provide francliise will lie ii te-.tm Iwni wlik-li eivt1 lo tin1 Throne. [llC Si! ir n Dimilniun I franc is now worth in C'anncla about Tliis i of-jht one of mtr t.he only real I should wish to Iniy ErHtics' fallier. .Mr. Gilberls-srn, brother of will Norilin rKiinnjd "with Iier jmcl sjiL'iul I hi; luonth? on f'to fttnn. Mr. (nlherii-on is n vpteran f of Mio rct't'nt war and has- lanr! nt I'ruiit the f vimfc of Trcneh Rrtcins trio cost ivoulu j Alia. THE EXCHANGE AND THE BRITISH PREFERENCE The ulieilier (ho Hrittsh jtruftroiUT elimiEmteil by the present, ra'c In i ho way C itit oni ut i o a re col- iMLed. is iiprojio.i 'o oiTiisioii. rhe opinion (if (crlaiu men it Is heM iluii Hriilsh pre-j furetitial tariff nui issist nl the j present tinu-. and. (lit1 iit'.ontion of Ottawa lively to bo ilraivn to fact that unik-r pitiHi-nt Customs prefei'ciH-e far froni niUing Iliitain is ;iclnally ing the oxiioritr 10 In the fniiincKiJ nagr nf On1 Tnronio Telegram altt-niitm is ilniwn to Iinw I say. llul untl'T thirf i frioiuls tion pvery frani1 is assumed lie whrj worth cniLls. so that the rhif-'a ivonlrt lie iCvio-J 011 r-r j two .mil a lioU thn :irt'.Kil j value of Die wodt. I'm in anorhr-r way, the tm Krenrli jrodtls. aro raised from, say, thiny roiil. ail valorem lo soveuty-tivo jinr cent. OTI tiiti aotHid munt'y cxptnrlpii. talk of with Knince. nml' Ihon (liscrirninfiH' That fiiiin- !ry lo an in tost prohihitivt! extent-'' Tho of 'Jto Mc'sHgcsH.'e in re- of Mr. ;ind Mrs. rhe past ;it Out, pleas- ed to havt.i baclx it) How Isliunl aKHin. Thyy arrivftl on Hnnclay morn- Mrs. IlurlhiTt wont to Hie home of liyani. souilieast of towr tiny. u'dMi' all IIUVG ill with tbo Tin. Mrs. Uyam id still ftuito Iho British effectual in evidently an dvcrsigh'. of Cusloi officcrs taking no jiccounf ivhalever i the exchange situation. In liieir eyes the United Stales dollar is .-.till worth jusl one dollar Canadian mid the British pound worth 5 (.SO snd two- thirds, whereas thai coin can totlBllt for less than lour Can dollars today. Consequently in estl- P mating the values of gowls iiupnrleil i 10 a from tho United suites for Customs nlim purpOKCf. the Klales .Toronto is being given a seventeen per cunt Sei-Hnn easement, or rather ili" Canadian i gard to the Customs' duties cannot be minimized when it means that goods arc made lo cost, the Canadian purchaser over eifcht per cent, rnor'1 than the price of American goods, straying vhtiSevcr advantage the ox- i cliatige gives lor trading with Great llf! hope to Sun- year. Mr. and'.Mrs. Ilomoril were visitors 'in the on Saturday Mr. 'S. Trneinan spent the week-end risking at Athlon Hitlge witli his aunt anrl uncie, >Ir. anil Mrs. C. Pulley. 'Mr. Carl Granl, thn enterprfsing real estate agent has his office in the fmililhjg' formerly used for the post office business. Mr. Grant having recently returned front California and possessing grca' faith in Barons dis- trict, expects to indicate to ihe people ;omelhing of his increased interest in. this vicinity. Mr. Moore tins unloaded a car of hay and stacked it in his yard. looking into future when it will hecnnie very serviceable. The fciv cases of sickness in town are all developing very favorably un- der the careful attention of Dr. Wil- liams. At a recent meeting of the quarterly official ho an! uf the Uarons and WhHo Lake circuit, it. unanimously de- cided to set Eif; tlio financial objective in connection with the Forward Move- ment, five hundred dollars if we gel o crop. Payments to he made, hal this fall and the other half in fall of prcfei-i-nce it made in- i Urltnin ami so helping to restore. the practice, which 'H j exchange value of Ihe Drilisli pound ami with it Ihe accompany- i jng riL-e in value of the Canadian j dollar. That tlie Customs Department, in present process of levying duties On IJritish goods, is acting against the jt insisia upon valuing the dian j sterling a: fl.S'., ulllioiiBh il tl- P tliat ilic valui: is llar and a half tli III mother's hf-ar nf a speedy recovery. Mrs. It. L. Stcme and littlo also re-tin nfiil from tlits Knst dny 'ficy In on an oxumdcd Tliity Init ort i of th-j neons of this Hie afternunn (ruin fur fair tuwn. according to suggestions lloc'kyford. Htrtru.1 rnet't nuuLc (u tlic local scrihc lately, is a tlicin nt Ciliary. Mr. Stony fian ijiiilv system thnt ivill show us the SMI busiucs-i at way out, and homo Iheso dark nights. liuwi'viT Bering Iho village council luiri a tidy surplus in the treasury from il is iiosHlblc they this tjiiesiion' under conr-tdcra- linn and even before we .awiiro juiblic of it will likely scent (bis pressing and discussed fho ol' nrr-il anil pl'Nisanlly surprise all our eludes. WTien sciioul It surely fiko edutalional a dii'ys ngo to .see our niiiiy in rompfiny with our. riuxii tiikiiiR another view i ilic where ni all probnbillly tlic tjr-w will he hnill this rjiiiirr; spring. a little patience Tli" T. C', C. T. fYoiing hiM tiicf jt Miss. IIOTHO on AHn. ttnd t'neir many ?rirnrls Mr.j arrn Mrs. Ktone every ,Mul in this Their nijw homo. j Inspector Williams visitor iu town Jnst Tlinrsdi'y, her'.-i be met with tlin sciioul re iho larRfi frlinol will bs1 n.st'ii. :iri it, thoiiijiit In imi i Anchor !o it: ili i- nf Kulton, who iTiniEriK-'l HS leather m" Will rjuitn materially by thin jirr.jiim'imiur. t'liiuidian I Iniys from nion "f snpiion of ibis il ul the Customs' Act the (ioverno- in buyer has to pay dmy rlolfar for iho Slaiorf. The Canadian buyer liriii.-'h goorls, ojf Ihe miirr luiinl. lo fluty on for rvery wnrHi nf frftrn Hrilniri. wiiii-ii nmrr- Minn 'nit the iwc.lt'rvnn'. Tbo ftOlnliiui b- iu Ottawa i.s tlial r ni ted Kloten i in Nt-w York I'rimls il importer in i Ira pn l.nii resloriu? tio- iivvay witli ;niy ifiiy fininnni UlH lo 1I1! fifrstir of rxriiii fn fix Tfif rato n viOno f'jr 'Inly nf Miss M. Caldi'r, who has T'nion Unnk licre for yrMis; has U-ft How Island, and is ai prfsi ni relieving a! I (HI I'nion iitiii'i .it fred. Duripi; Miss slay in tliis shf; made many irivnds hy h'r gi-nial manner whether m !HT in .the bnnk or u'heti duly, and we all juin iii !ier ev-'ry sue- irpun (In- acltiat J of vfiin; nr MM'ii --d ii nt ry a.-i romparcil wiJ j of t'anada. M Itobcrt H. V in fjir i ma lo fi-arii Mr, rvcniriK. TJils live ifiis v, ith a meirilinr 'of tlie -it HA bead i-xpCftK lo wfth cJc.Tly defined fur ihe corning days. With inoro m-rnl of pried of riml -.vr sweet rides will soon be I 'ii' .Mi.-1- w.is visIIor in f'al- t-iirv (.11 i riday and (if la t Mrs, f! AUClcllund antl J. A. "Was There Ever a Pal Like You" Another Winner! By Henry Burr 11 Never Knev" on the reverse side by tbe new baritone Joseph Phillips "Hi.Mulct'i Reaxi 216075-JI.OO Get These Popular "His Master's Voice" Hits! and play them on your Vitftrola You'd Surprised Billr Mumrl Thjt'sWorlli WhilcWailingFor Billy Murray Not in a Ttiouaand Hand in Hand Chulsi nye-Lo (ContrjTto) Ven 1'ilchei tTenor) Oiirlii Wvl'IIYou Sec (IlowSoriTYou'lLBe) IW-nQwrtd 1 I.ciMc Dream (MaleTrio) Voice" douWe-iidcdtecoidj, JT.OO Any "His Master's Voice" dealer will gladly play these and the other new February records. MalufaclurtiltiyllfrliFitr Gram-o-plvnc Company, Umlltif, Mtnticat. liio i tar are Shoe Fitting iv..'. j. lit.; nl fi'-I J'f.' ii i. iis-rcssary in fjtlillp mill Invi' till' SUCK GIVE SERVICE tll.lt i ilpo I'll- an Ilidi EE COMFOI1TAELE. KNOW HOW ASK TO BE FITTED 5.HOE3 FOR ALL AOES W. J. NELSON .CO. SHURUOCK UUILDINO We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS Large Stock of Both from which to Select Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;