Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACK THIS LKTHfmUtf.K DAILY HK1ULD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY TEbc Xetbbriboe Ibeualb IctbDrttuje, Biberta OAILY AND WEEKLY WHAT SHALL WE DO? Ill Proprietors and THE LETKBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Street South, LMhbridgi 'ft, A. Buchanan PfMideot and Managing Director John Torrance Business Maoace fivin the Throne ivere tin' "It ii a rati-e for ilui of all eonlitrie.- ulVcvtiil by the I'muuU ha- tiiaiiiiaiiit'il a reecul cjj' or.ler ntnl tfnmnetvial srtuini 10 mint'.'' Tlii- refor- lo the re. eut anil if we carry time a little iarllu-r Ijai-k v.e can hasc nitire for thankful- "e.-.- iu tik' spirit in whieh we a- a jciupli.' IVM- to tin' i-uprcHif ixvisitm j ami ju-liiied irtUj-t'lves in the of '.he ui'iM in ihe i'.ut Oie Domini' j'laveil in liie ecmllie: iliat cii. It i- of the salisfm-iu n TELEPHONES Sutlneu Office IdlterliJ Office 1252 I2M that have ]cleasin.i thinj; ilamrer in ihe ilone" toy ll c with titan ilu- Tfie Hi whii-li we rojiun! it. ilmm-ii the di" the jcre-c in in the way make u.-i> nf it. The [lasi is utir ei in tltc relr time thc-rv cvt. It uitli iho rU': "What wr have .f taking tin: mere intimately iicif. in ihe pridr vii.ue lies Annual .Meeting Hears Kepovts of T. Willard is New Presiilenl Our Own Co-respondent) TAIIKH. -7 -The annual mett- inz of. (he boar.l at luilc' was held ill Uii' ccjuuell cliauilior on Thursday eve- ning unil haij ii HttenU- :oue of iin-t imui The ebiiir was by A. IJleiiuerhassett, the president of Too address Mr. UIIH il we "I' Member Audit Bureau of Circulaliont Subscription Ratei: Daily, delivered, per week .....I .16 delivered, per year 7.50 bj mail, per year 5.00 Weeily, by mail, per year...... 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 papers ifter expiration date U OiLr authority to continue the sub- icrjption. -pirit and iK-tidii. Vride alime will a vital li.tlay to tjuix-lu--: -iiall dor no ihe fuel tlini tinlav a- iiidhiiiiiaU autl a tiati murli id ilo and miieh 10 .AHHHI.I auaiiM in tv.irtion a tiliK' of norm iiml stre-.- wh pitch, Wo faced ni'.h it future fur tin it IH ......There i> n we have tat limed lo iho hL'lie-i il a- it should tie, i-alli for llnit >anu> indiiichial elToi't whieli ha> ina-l'- win tjiTough in (lie pa.-t. Tho puirioli.- f.crve had onlv io U.tes of expiry or subicription ap-! io iuil> ;1 "r "wl daily on address label. Accept-1 ls more llnili ever needed iid-.v. Ii i> die iliiy lor iiMmiliiitl example to .-'lein ihe fiile of niHVft- by that lliere is a and take in all ami' that' in the measure we iwvivo ,-o sltal! we irivt-. It ij not Vnongli to ask and toroooivo hotter waui'S and lielter oon.liiidiis. the necil of which wo liau1 ii-arut io Miily feline. i> the i-all fur tlu1 return in ineroa-ul elfurt ami :v npinl fnr ihe The individual may d..> well lo lake to himself the siiall dor" so far as the fuim'o of ersunizaliou. In Itiunuerhasseu reviewed uie dene by the botiid of trade since its c-TKUiuzatlon two ago. Infonu- ation had been -je-.-nreil anil passed on to'tlio fnhners iu resard iu feed and i-eed nieetinirs for tbe promo- tion of ilm larger Irrigation scheme re I had been arranseU for. unuMhe for'ma- I lion of tbe present irrigation develop- J incnt board promoted; civic improve- ment in respect to cleaning up. Iho town' and improving ltd streets had alpo featured prominently in the work of tiie hoard. The president also stat- H ICKED UP IN KOK TDK U AN UAND TITLES OFFICE FOR THE CITY Tho much needed Ijiid TiiUs Of. Jica In the city, Hie -want for wltieh has been often expressed, merits the most Javorable consideration Eroui the Government in Edmonton. circumstances are at present there Js nothing which calls for any legitimate reasou why the office .snouhi not be instituted here. It has been poimeil out that uuy- thlng which savors of expenditure in the way of creating a particular build- ins is eliminated, in that there 15 available and suitable space in the courthouse at Ihe present time, with more fo hand, if needed, when ihe Prorincial Police remove, the head- Quarters they now occupy there to the Provincial Government huiidlue on Eighth Street., Further, there is noth- ing to occasion trouble or inconven- ience in raorlui; Ihe records pertain-' ing to UIB district from ta'nd' Titles Office in Calgary, as they hnve been separated from the remaining records and so cau easily be trana-- fcrrod. 'Two main objections, there- fore, for Instituting a.' Laud Titles Office here have been removed. Tho waste of ,time and general in- convenience attached to the process Ot lawyers hiiving (n journey ID Cal- Vary in order to search for records, and the delay occasioned In sending for tho same are arguments strong enough for locating a Land Titles Of- fice in Letbbriflge. A preponderating argument is the volume of business in connection with land titles done in the district, averaging a year. The people of Lethbriilgo and Ihe diatrict are not asking the Govern- ment for any particularly big thing in having a Land Titles Office located here. It is only a reasonable request which deserves a reasonable granting of same. lllllr. Kwing, however, asserted he. wi.'h all oilier rejoice if 'he federal tool: 'this rl'.ilway burden from the provii.ee. In replying, dealing with lli.is pnln'.! tbe premier made some interesting statements relative to Ins last year with federal ministers otl the subject of the Dominion government acquiring the B.. D. Among other things, he told of Ibe conference attended by himself. Kon, J. Held, minister of railways: lion. Arthur MciEhcn. minister uf tlie interior: Hon. A. U Siflon, minister of ciistpms and Judge Kotison, legal representa- tive for Mr. McArthur. The D'emicr asserted that tbe ministers .of .liie federal government jnterested in rail- ways all evinced a desire for the a.c- of the B., B. C.. of its relation to Ihe federal govern- ment and that'fin- ally Mr. Ilobson had offered to arbi-. Irate Mr. JIcArlbur's interest or equity: in the B., D. fr n. C. which had been the sticking point of (he negotiations. Premier Stewart declared that 'Hon., Mr. Iteid had immediately assented to this proposal anil Ilio premier loft the1 inference wilh the house that this was' the condition on which Ihe prescut negotiations are beiiiK curried on. Mr. Stewart also said that the fed- eral ministers at one stage of tlie.con- ference made tlie proposal Ihat' lite federal government would lease the K. S asking for information i-egarding the Taller district, etc.. had been answer- ed; (ha C. P. It. had been approached In regard to enlargement of the Taber stockyards aud tbe beautifying of UK- C. P. grounds about Ihe station through tree planting anil gardening. Taber had' also united with diher boards of-trade in the soutb asking for belter train service in the Pass. Several other matters with which the Taller hoard, of trade had conceiued itself were, jilso mentioned. Elected The following officers for H'20 Over farmers settled iu U.C. along lino ot O.T.P. in Manitoba made uu appropriation of for housing. A great increaso in tbe cattle herds of Hrltish Columbia bus taken place during the past year. The MeCaSl Aeroplane company, of Calgary ami the Edmonton Aircraft company may merge luterests. A new eighteeubed, hospi'al was oheucd iu VerniilliOQ on Wednesday, February ISlh. T. J, Moore is the new secretary- treasurer of the Guclph Junction Hail- way. The Paris .Municipal Council has accepted a loan of from Canada for llio purchases of Canadian foodstuffs and other goods. At Ihe beginning of Ihe nineteenth century the Wesl Indies supplied uear- ly ail tho cotton required for the world's markets. Kiimoutou capitalists will make ap- plication for charter at next session of dominion government for Hank of Alberta. Chas. Output, late President of (be Montreal Hoard of Trade, has given to the new University of Mon- treal. three months' course at the pro- vincial agricultural schools Is being urntuged for soldiers' wives, by the home branch of tho soldiers' settle- ment board. Tile Imperial Oil company proposes, to follow up last year's geological sur- vey with iictivc prospecting campaign, two million dollars to bo spent in Al- berta. As by thn Toronto Board of Health, estimates providing for Ihe expenditure of Ibc Health Department during 1920 are practically SO per cent, in excess of last yearrs expend itures. president, T. vice- E. Avers; fecretary- for iu rural districts was pro- posed at thtj meeting of tho Alberla Agricultural Fairs delegates at Kd- moutou ou Wednesday morning. Tiutft was when Yorkers look- ed with disdain upon the oveVshoe, Ke-contly an overshoe -manufacturer stated that '2.500.000 pairs had beeu fold in this city in Iho last CO days This is merely one of the little Jokes that the weatherman has played upon Americau metropolis. At the anuuul meeting ot the Ot- tawa Ucform Mr. A. Ji. McDonald j announced' thai a new Liberal party' daily paper would be started soon in Ottawa. It would bo a national Lib- eral iiewspapc-r. Mr. D. D. McKenzie. M.P.. former leader, is President of tho now company, and appeals are bo- iutt made for stock subscrip- tion. j With the increasing demand for liguor of M kiuils at Windsor, it is announced that no more orders will bo accepted by Hiram Walker Sons, their rack warehouses having either been emptied or the supply on band contracted for. Distilling, however, has been resumed, but it Is pointed out .that at least two years must elapse before any of this product be ready for marketing, that period being required for ageing. With Canadian money being dis- counted in the United States an in foresting disclosure was recently mado in tho passing ot accounts ot a certain estate before Judgo Lavell at Kingston, when it was sliown that just after (he Civil War American money was at_a discount pt 22 'cents (in th.B'dollar In -Cauada. Tho above estate is In Canada, and the bene- ficiaries from .tho United States Ihought they should be given the amounts bequeathed them, plus th I Jlcscow election. result would lie surprislns were it the oilier way. j for no doubt Ilie, Movie-: has the control over ihe election machinery as H has over otlier things in Russia. Ap an example of dunderhead of- ficialdom, commend us the jtrn- cedure of the CiiKtutiis I) regard lo the valiiaiic.n Ilrltlsh gocicls. Wilh Wrilcr in American Magazine (Jur Own Corre.'iprtnilciit) I'dWI.KV. Fr-li. ;.i.-Tllo (iiinM-al oi Ilio liid- llucl Mi-William licld d'cldck la-it Tucsilay nfternnnn froni (ho fresbyierian ('lunch, Tlicru was not snatins capacity fur the num- IK-V icf frionrls :ind relatives at- I'-ndi'il in pay last (a this voiini; I'c.-llciw. Tlci! flfuvfr-laili-n wa.< nisi) a fllcnt trlbiiK! in tho departed liivuil CHIC. Tli" pallbuarcra Dradstrecl is uiioted i'nthuii y j an-1 k Cwipr-r. Tiu: for the statement that in (lie I'nilrd I lakc'ii HI Hie where States, in the year. S.T per '-'rvi'c- after whiMi of the commercial failures wire 'nnd (In- w.'rc lowered Into the tl'Sthy wilh lo lack of advertising. This goes to prove tbe truth of Ihe saying that H does not do to hide your light umler a bushel. For Ihe ,-ipeciflcd purpose of prov- ing whether or not its activities have breu effcoiive in keeping down exces- sive lirotiia in Canada, the Board of Commerce has abolished itj' control sugar. onus of proof aa to (ho of tho IKiaid is nciw thrown on Ihe sugar refiner.-- Will Ilicy lake- pity on Iho Hoard? Brave 1 fatnily. The ihe entire i hi: bereaved I., Smilh. a mild by cunsfs Tim ilirhi'll of Mu 1I-: wliat of hra fslrcin of was s Cvr Jt il to be hrain-rr-vi'i- in the hnfl nnc lliiil lie was out df his mind, Wliil'e [he frr.nt he wan severely womuiecl on flic [tip of (he tiracl wilh a rifio anil tlii-i ItotJierecl him several iirnes siii'a1. are gliid (o say be Is now Iirogi-easiiiR favdriifcly.