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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK TUR LKTMBUlDCiE DAILY 11KUALD FB1UAY. FEBRUARY II be HIKrta OAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors snd Publish-rs LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY. LIMITED 623 Strtel South, Lcthbncsa VV. A. Bucnanan frer.eeai and Director iohu Toiranca.- Business ihc income tin ant! tlie ought j bi> si von ths iiu'U in orxliT that they j uiay cotno tj Uic risht conclusion. We Jo no! teliove the poojiie of Canada vriU ol'jooi ID an income i? tliax [ho lax id equitable, iuJ th.ii the iu the vxempUk] ir.ocnie to JlCvO Is cot going to resuit in ibo rich rioter at the ci- V, nf-e iht- poor. IRRIGATION WOULD BE GREAT STABILIZER no: kr.ou- whether i ef have ever tor. TELEPHONES "Syslnsss Office Ejiioriat Oifice j o'UjiJere.l all the advantages will :uvruo to this city with the 52 of tie irrigation projects 'icrth. -.nith ami of which are os ihe average, one ytar another. about as good a pro-luciT as of Writ era Can- Member Audit Bureau of Circylatlont. j rans a' tha west to Thf HeraM) EDMONTON, Feb. something in tho caiure of a tempest will ue stirred up iu tin? legislature by the cf ibo motion of J. S. McCJltum. ol Vegri'viUe. that the government bo to PA ICKED'UP IN ASSING, run THE ursv MAN 1TOMLS EAR a cash grant to a.I toliltvrs serv- cd overseas, this grant to approxi- mate for who s at the front. This resolution was the crJer for debate Thursday afternoon Imt 1 Sinl lo Ul' Mr, McCalluni askcl that it stand over until Thiirs.U'.y of next week. ilajor Lcwry. Alexandra, at once tested, claiming thai tlte question'Inchcs should be debated or that w? it lie The premier ca-l-Mf attention to the (act lhai Mr, Mimico will eretl a monument on the lake shore ro.ul, fallen soldiers, r Bradford Street Ittli-.vjymen waul uiae-hour -.vork nud pay. X. a Gash. K.C.. was elected pre-[ 'OAIXSARY, Feb. reference salent oi tho Ontario Har atsociatlou. f to the shortage of supply of gas, U. U. _ 1'earcou, of the company, suites: "In the Chin Coulee wo have funk one well that an open (low of feet a pipe of to sSuk six othtT vtflln in that Jleld A survey of Uu> IIHMIU! defectives j jhls year. Ouo more liko that which ,_iiu Saskatchewan will In- taken and we havo would be enough, feat wo shall horiiiejs. j be on the safe side if H has I been extremely difficult to work down nave started J there in tlio winter time. Wo have icy bvSas 17 [done what we couM, but it Is much. ibe field :it j compared with what is possible under favorable tomtit! oils and these should j obtain very soon now. of Span-1 -wo havo three fleMs available provincial cutting opcraiioM year Fifty-two luve Ly Nelson Sp? occurs ow-jjcine ifal> the debate should be tho moiiou be wiih- I j Jf freo. At one time we need a nppareutly b0.1 Kl? tt. Sub. ,ea, o, llbflr (he pea, tai i j of the good years. At other times we the opinion that the motion should be i have us employment questions more or j withdrawn but. he was not in accord i .uitl lislii trucks u eortl-ileaSers itt delivi count -j' ilit1 low snap has caiigl: pared cooperate w-Uh ivhlch me a us practically unlituit- TiuB coal on ac-1 eU gas for Calgary. s pressure, Tlif I MUCH HARD j TO BE DONE YET Farmers of Sonihern -Vbe 1-r.O for jrription tinder f depending on the farm pro- vlie r.ow beiiss; "Vioui-.: ar.c-r.d in force at cralcil in Lotli i Ihuriiay. fluctuations i. The lack cf .-lability has a toi-lency to make capl- different wiiat we hive said that f tal careful, anit wo need r JClnS 13 K3 M-T tlie startetl. nn espc-nditure of or and a body of farmer opin- "order to get action. Farn-.ers should not expect Oat the r-rojt-cis iviH be put through iu the ordinary course of events with- ra; their bestirring themselves, for i'lcy aoi. There will be a lot of !i3rd before actual eotifetr.uctiOD Ftarteu. 'and the men whose land ss geitic; Mo apply to our resources ia order to They will [auatn cur greatest our or j clevtlopnzent is rotardyi because ot carifal's to n chance on a series of su crops. Our r.-.( -chants, too, fec-I (he fluctuations ter were allowed to stand over thera be a revision of tho resolution which might be acceptable to -am "i want to say in all sincerity to the Hon- orable members of the o: i that It is difficult 10 merchandlfe when, one ye-'ar. there is an enormous demand for all kinds gop3s. while'the next "fs: the i? greatly decreased jirodnction and the con- sequent smaller amount of wealth v.ill he Improve 3 must T. overs ironi now on. prima COURSE R. has aaDOQQced teat tbe diilireerrice-between Lethbridge-and aBd-Lethbridge and Coutts .ie'fo'.Ve reinstated py.' announcement to i never should have re-' j on these Tines for j that' th> welfare cf on the lines for i traafportatlba shonld be a'quesiion of jfirsi tojpSrlaiice to the company. The people were not asking too mTrch in j revesting that the C. P. R. should shoulder" some loss in a poor year with the people. It is pleasing that the company has 'fome to tate this view and .without yaltlng-for.-an order from-tbe railway has decided to reinstate service. ITie people of the south Will, feel more kindly toward the C. P. R. as a resott of this action. if they persist in their demands thh house may become involved1 in n dis- cussion that all will have reason to regret." Mr. McCalluni protested was not bricgiag up the matter for The sake of political effect. He. had thought lor a long time that, soldiers of the American Federation of Labor. Prohibition of graiublifig ou the mar- gins on the grain exchange ia propos- 10 be introduced CALGARY, KLh. following telegram was received today by Pre- sident Thomas Biggs, of tho United Mine Workers. District IS, from'Hon. Manitoba legislature o. Robertson, minister of labor: EH! tn shortly in :r.e R. member for Beautiful j "Further referring to your message Plains, and secretary of-tlio Manitoba 0[ 2isr, Dt'partment of Justice points drain Growers' association. Temperance Act point .ce t tiut that the justice of tho pea 1'' r! with feed for the balance of j ho bad weather period. All stock in jjy the war. Canada nteds a year- frort western farmers Trhose oats were ost. Pf7io of about now. 10 present revenue Is the additional come from? i.Tha jncome tax la undoubtedly one TVjiy cl- getting It, but before oxemp- llbns are-reduced to rts la aug- there should be an effort cm Itp i.urt of govcntiiieiit lo en tJic people .as, to, how, .much per crjiUa Is already, bring paid treas'irj' Vay of customs ilu- Ifivififl for protf.rtlvt liow much tlic people of fansda f i re'f paying per capita as irMnilc lo (1 industries of The rjncstlon of tariff ;s In country tbls year ow- lo the proposal lo ing to the prohibiifbn placed upon Ihefr sliipmeht. SO long as Uia Board 'j- in ofllce, the power to place an. embargo upon tho shipment of wealern oeU that American oats may havo preference fn through Canadian Inrs ft ml over Canadian railways, an done last year, the advice of 'no agricultural experts quotnd by the Olulit Is likely tn fall on deaf caw. (irowtn-? ctmrtf grains order to liavc fhr- o' imping them uvtr in thfe farmers' gi-anar- in nn can It 1m tilassod i vicinity wintered well and not a! _ 1 head has so ffar been repnrtc'l a fciv rtfiyo, Smith, r i i- Maffatl, thf: hy fr.vnctl >tr. Ollt. Sinilh cxrcctn lo begir; Inuilnrrjs in thn month. Mrs. i.oinc Of the teat-tier3 at hnr hnnie in the sub dtvfr-ion tin Tmisday of this '.The lartlea of tho arc wi'Ii their for their whist ittiii opening. Thn tncmbera of tho program coin1 mil too nf the are al so bitsy on iho jirogram for Iholr bin show on tlif- ITl'i nl Jrobml. In Ijf htlf] irf MKfk'si hell. Ttiia ii tlu: day tw on Hail friicme, and. JudglfiK by thf: lliaL are In town, Use vote will not be ,a hoaVy otn'f luyal Eclynce. 'in tho Right School As. 1859 Dr. caint to Canada nnfl quickly the .BppDinlrr.cnt of manager of ho Illverr horao ranch In At- herla, rcniaincrl thrcu yearg. i" he to (he manager- ship of the' Walrqnd rincb, one of the .____ ._.. in Cannrta. Ai a lattfr associated wilh )r. J. Itu'Jicrlord, C.'il.G., one ot Use "authorities' 1" par: tlciilar profession In this country, uh- Vhorn'he acted an In- syt-ttor in Jho1 Dominion ItcaElh. of j Animals branch.-. JIc plnycJ an active; part in nnd mange in cattle and glanders