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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR VHE I.KTlimUDC.K OAIIA HKUMJl nil'RSO.W, JAXUAUY q, lUl'J Ube letbbriboc IDcralb e, Bioccta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisher! THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lettibrldjo W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director Joha Torronca Business Minever TELEPHONES Eusiness Office Editorial Office 1224 Member Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered per Dally, delivered, year Dally, by mall, per year ......55.CO Weekly, by mail, per year......SI.50 Weekly. Ivy mall per yfir to U.S.. Dates ol expiry o! subscriptions so- peir Sally on addrws label. Accept- ance or papers ailer expiration data Is our authority Ij continue tile sub- scrlptlon- A REPRESENTATIVE TO WATCH LEGISLATION Barons farmers want a represents. that ve have to do is lo get it from the rotate Interests, such as land specu- lators which should not dUIic-uJu the government is not consider- ing any extensive ot of land because It does not rettsb. tie liW of acquiring the lacJu held by private speculators, KrifleuUy the Albert a a can. see nothing in tht> reclamation ptau for thfr city or Calgary, hence its opposi- tion. To say tliat the west has plenty ol land for settlement without eoasuier- any scheme ot is be- tide tht? Question. It is quite true that epeculators hold large tracts ol lands which should be mad? available mtlemeat ut e reasonable price, b'jt (ha! doesn't Alberta's problem Jiy a great deal. The Algerian prcV mm on ICKED UP ASS1NG The bended 'debt of Kesiru 410.S9S.257. Jan. the of health meeting Saturday it TV as lieoided to keep the bun en all pub- Ho meetings and gatherings tor an- lor other week. to keep the schools closed. There are ncir upivarJ? of one hundred eases 'flu. Dr, Orecn- 1 way reports. I The Agricultural Society will meet I ablr knows that ia Southern Alberta] as as the department sets the) this year, because of a dry summer, I for its meeting, to the the Dominion government i? spending j adviJibilEty ot holding a fall fair. Everybody welcome. The Standard Hauk. nnder the man- agement of Mr, Watson, has opened its doors and is Join? the routine of banking business during banking It occuyies ihe O. H. Snow's M an ttobi us 6.1 9- liau tc. 1517. The a ut o s is i-v thousands o! dollars to ship hsy from other sections and to ship stock out ot the south to section? where feed is available. Tbe railways are co-operating In this scheme to save Flock and they, too, are spending thousands, Realty and Mrs. B, N. mil j liuery parlor rooms at present to ac- i commpdate the public. And no one can tell whether this Raymond has needed a nsw tank process will have lo he repealed j for some time, but not until the war j year ar.d the year a'ter, at the s over "id 'eel like locat- molle5'- at the Standard Bins m Meantime there is. fiowins by ihe Lethbritlge and are very glad to see live a' tie organised [anners al Ot- j 0[ (he who 3re com_ j u ocen a branch in town. lam to watch l.-fislailon. And why ;end of for Jim MeeKs a Ions time tot And why The labor and manufacturing Interests hare their representntKes there to all the measures that tie introduced and to see ibM nothing prejudicial to labor or manufacturing Js put on the statute The farm- ers' interests are grea1: enough to be carefcilly iratchetJ. It is true that tee organised farmers hare several ot their own officers menitiers of the ilouse but it needs a man devoting all fcls iime to the study of legislation in- Iroducc3 to take care of the fanners' case. believer The Toronto Hail-A.iy's first as you cuter car vraa i trill run and juirped the traVH W, P. HutchLGsPU, resident tie Fort Garry hotel, is j dead. 1 Dr. X. Campbell, who had practised medicine IQ Halifax since 1ST4. is dead. Out of respect for the? memory oC Col. Theodore KooseveSt- Toronto and Moutreal stork exchanges closed yesterday afternoon. For three vacancies the Bay school board, three women weto elected. Mrsr Anderson. Mrs. H. M, S. Tailor and J- E. Kirby. "apt. Harry Xolan. foa of the late 1 P. J. Xolan, K.C.. and Nolan of Calgary, has been mentioned in the last dispatches as having been award- j t'd tho Military j Her. Mr. of who i -.vas Usj, week admonished by thtr Lon- on, for telief but LABOR SHOWS ITS POWER rather results ap- the municipal elections In On- add greatly lo the activity of the thus making the vhole couutry "What would be the benefit of tak- ing lands from private speculators ia Alberta and Southern Sask- atchewan and settling them up with tanners oalf to find that every few George U B.A.. cojlegintc institute Hie Messrs George and Gordon Brewer- ton are home again after several months' .ratals iu the V. S. array. has ._v.__i YOU WILL HAVE TO "CARRY ON Wiiilelhe "Holiensollerns" are being disposed of you will have tolcarry on? Ywr job is to work and save and serve. Don't waste food or eat wheat be sure it is the whole wheat. eddedWheat is awliole wheat food In making 5hrwlded Wheat no particle of ihe wheat berry is wasted orilirown away Always dean and wholesome, No sugar is re- jtist milk and a dasn mouth, SM uther centres. if Barry anil many brother, fs working 5 less machine somewhere in Fnn Raakin and Hancock is a nsv ness firm iu Raymond doing draya and auto livery work. The Raymond Mercantile is si ;o its customers a very school inspector of and thwest J F, iwill have a district in tho B Bl of province. He Organized labor has. hereto- eTM7 That is the Eorern dlte .was a proviacM legis- view 3 at blit B5ver at .any time were there ibore' than 1 wo or three labor m' Ia Tk at the.same years the government, because of j calendar of a scene ia the Canadian drought conditions, VouW have to i Rockies, come to their relief aa in im J- T- Hcninger, of Mysratli, is Ihe proud owner of a fine Clydesdale colt foaled early New Year's morn- ing. Can yon btiat that? Mrs- J. H. Blackmore. ol Cardaton, is visiting her parents. Mr. and Sirs. on, who 3 turkey raiperi at Alix, AltJ.. anil bought hy Frank of Ilevel stoke. fount! contain a large 191S? Why not stan at the right end and not only mafce the lands available for secernent at reasonable figures also make it possible tor the new nugget. The owner of the ranch from which the turkey mine is being! 'ae wceK' advised to look for a gold mine. agitation of rhe settlement of Garden din. on the Goose Lako line of the C. City townsltes are bein; built at Avon- j x.El. It lias alreaJy purchased a hall section of land adjoining the town site, for an exiwrimental farm, and will proceed at tin early date >rlth tho struction of the ouildings and the or- ganization of schools. Sir William Hearlt re-affirnied tho sfatetucnt he maile to a deputation of the provincial executive of tha Do- minion Trades Congress recently that the pntario government had nailer consideration amendments to tho On- tario Temperance act having lo dr> with the excessive Issuing of The provkbl government has de- prescriptlona for liquor doctors, elded-to place an agricultural school The prime mlr.Uter's attention was Premier Oriaiulo and Foreisu Min- ister Sonneno of Italy, and Premier Lloyd Ocorse an.l Foreign Minister Ualiour of Great Uritain are expected it Varis soon to confer-with Premier Clemonceau and Foreign Minister Fi- ction. It ia probable that the members nl the various delegation? will be of- ficially announced before the end of swee] jon lime- .The recent Otrta'rio municipal elections the power labor can ciert .wbes'ii operates onitedlr. "In Hamilfoo'-it- elected its entire ticket, lire alderman, two conlrollera aad a llydtq Commissioner. In-' .Petercoro lid Kinistan, tae entire .labor ticket was retifnei These'.YsstiUa are in- deed 'sfpaJfJcaiit. They show that gets together It" can gain Its pcrpose. In the labor in poli- tical .contests has been broken ap; H never i-oted as a body. Do the On- tario" results indicate that a change ia poming? ._ and it-ought ito have the support of every westerner, especially since it fcs to making already settled lands more prodajllre, and Trill, at-tbe same time, obviate the necessity of large eipenditures for railways to" open up vacant lands in unsettled districts ol tbe west. This ia ysnly oce of the rerr im- portant phases of the work of tbe re- clamation service. There are many, others and they are all important for they are looting to closer settlement and more slabte conditions in the farming communities which are now supplied with railways, markets and other conveniences necessary for pro- Zifabte' BOLSHEVISM IS CLASS DESPOTISM The BolEhevlfci element wants to Experience in talking about billions of dollars Is dlfleient from dealing with concrete facts ta reference to destroy existing it f those immense sums.. A daily paper doesn't care the snap of fingers i. i illzatkm has been by Uic Mr. O.K. Snow has moved h15, real mjjrallv whiph has decided that only estate office into one of .the ,-uppe- wm be 'in sivtap- rooms of (he Security block. in, mfne3 S5 per cent, of those Kay Knight is oTerloofcing land in aged mtne swceping Tolnntecred B. C. before leaving for the south. It ,Qjrthat Bervjce is reported that Hay is going-as-far il _ south as Arsentinc. South America'] Wrigie.T. jr.. iMliiomurc and We hope vrnen he comes back he vril! in'tlie Chicago come to stay. xattona! Baseball club, a The Knlght-Wttson Ranching. Co. policv for is feeding upwards of seven thousand i Thg annual premium on tte ordinary calves oa the reserve. The'dicf Is life pUn jfio.000. Kiglit physi- raosUy flax meal, and "the calves are icjan3 repreEenting 21' companies am- fine." stated Mr. Knlglit. ong ihst-rv.ncev.-lU be ap- The people of Raymond who have portioned, conduced the esamination. interests in tie Bamwflll and Taher j coSotries are wondering if the C.P.fl. Th, Eruish local hoard is going to pnt the Iqng-proposed and ha, jcrttea aa tl'at 100 rnnch-sun-eyed irrigatiou canal throngh J1C.S. Wju -to-' !iy Iho next spring. H Is a matter now that wjibout Eaacs Trith the company.' county council has dvitiea to purchase Mr. T. C. principal or. the iOBr hunflred acres near Cukhnster for Academy, is caged up -with the 'flu. itacheil to the Grand Fleet Youngstown, in the riding of drawn to a case which is being heard of the slowness of demob- In Windsor, where ISO crip it Is alleged, were tisued each day tor 10 days, the doctor charging lor eacb prescription. L. L. Kramer, for the pait ill yeara boundary Inspector for the department of Immigration, Htflnt this wsek and ID the. fubarft vUl rMtde Hi Winnipeg- Mr. Krminer hwd bten pro mated to tho position of chltf In the "Winnipeg oHlw ot'thft dflparlnieiu, one oC the beat positions In the depart- ment Philip Jones, ol "vVlnnlpeE, be- comes 'boundary- Inspector, succeeding Mr, Kramer. Mr. Jones' territory to enlarged to port of entry between Kingsgate, B. 0., and Port Arthur, Onl. for law and order or the rule of the majority. We find individuals today, who only a few months or a. year ago, were demanding the initiative, tae re- call and the referendum, in order to bring the'coTrtrol of affairi closer to fhe people, clamoring for the adop- tion the Bolsherik; doc'.rine. The BoJsheviki tfocirine doesn't mean the rale of the majority, it means, the dominance of class autocracy. And where was Bolshevism Not in c6uctrJe3 ot free like Britain, the United States or Canada, but in despotic. Russia. Xow we have certain agHators who wouM Introduce Colftheyism Iat6 Canada? "Why? Sim- ply because tiey have more imagina- tion than common sense. They Im- Egine the world is against them tbe ODly way to set it right i3 to till everybody 'that thinka differently. That's Russian Bolshevism. The only people who can Ihe are those who think BoIshevlsttcaHy; those who do not egree with them, must be stood up sgainst a'wall and shot. Isn't It amusing to find certain people clamor- ing for free speech, and a tree press .at the same Ume they huvrab eheTfain. Eolshevism- doesn't mean freedom. It is autocracy, pare and simple. The individual who speaks against It or-writes against it In RUJJ- Ela is doomed to meet death. says that an expert cashier E four thousand silver dollara In aa lour, or thtrty-two thousand in a day. Rnt to count a billion dollars would require bla constant work, at that rate, day after day, for one hundred and two A New York Bihle student finds that the armistice was signed at the eleventh hour of the 'eleventh day of the eleventh month of the year; and tbat'lhe eleventh verse of (he eleventh chapter of Ihe elSTenth book of the Bible reads thus concerning an an- cient king. The paisage has a prea ent-day Forasmucn as this is done ol thee, and thou has not kept my cove- nant and my which I have commanded thee, I will surely The Recorder office ia cow in civi- ization, being opposite the Bt-oafiway, on Broadway, and pretty close to O'- Brien Nalder's. Want a Bridge The petition circulated' in toe llacke district lo have a bridge put in over Milt river between Ranges 19 and 20, is'now being sent to Martin Wootf, of Cardston, M.; Raymond is apparently supplying users as there are people in town. swear in the new Mr. O'- Brien and Mr. .Oatlund did this with- out a fault. Then the tratfon started on its career. Mr. J. G. Allred, retiring councillor, was roadft a member ot the board of health, flavor Pack announced the various committees. Mr. J. Secreis'j application to grant him a license to I operate a pool room was the nest Stem j jof business. In opposition to this ap-1 [plication waa a petition from tho! {citizens of Raymond astcing thi The many friends of Al Bullock, of j Welling, will be glad to learn that he :cU not to rermit anyone to uperate Miss KMZ, of Vinton, lown, a roam fn Raymond. Mr. Secrets- were married on December 23 by [application was tabled, and the ser.re- Green, of LetnbrEdge !tar-r was instructed to send a copy. Was Injured [cf the cittAC-ns' petition anfl the narnas Mr. X. A. Anderson fell from hisi tr> tlie of Justtre, _ also one i tarn Saturday, striking 3 board with lo the inspector ot provincial police; .his head, making several gashes and al TIIc reason for the t giving a very thorough Jar. Ur. An--last step 1s lo the de- derson is now In bed as the result, Fitment and the provincial police in- but be around again in a few The Mutuals ot the two Raymond j wards have circulated a petition j among the citizens asking the ?pectors the attitude of ihe cozens of Raymond regirrling a pool Remit Taxes council remitted the taxes several widows anrl the mothers and council not to grant a pool room', ot soldiers, but is determined to col- license to anyone. The people with'some firms In town since; but very few exceptions, both men 'lect the business tax yet owing by and signed it, thus showing the kingdom from thee, and will givftlthelr desire not to have a pool hall It to thy servant So much did the electors of the Cftfawlck dWston of Middlesex, (Eng.) appreciate the presence ot a woman candidate in the field that they adopt an entirely new method with "elec- lion The London Times tells The contest is going on very pleas- thanks, In a large measure, to The council is going to reform town. j old water schedule hy supplying Some akalawag threw a stone plenty of water nurt revisirg the water through one ol the plate giaaa win--! for people watering cattle dows of the Ford .garage Sunday i anrt other animals, Tho tattle and night. j animals of thfi town pot moat of the Because of the 'flu the toard uf town water, The cattle and animals nE T7SS postponed, The committee on recoil struct! on in Raymond Is fn hearty sympathy Fhoulcl pay for ihe water, The com- mittee on water, light, was ap- pointed ID investigate and ir-.ike a wild the returned veterans" commit- special ronort on tho water condition ireatest And Profitable to You Involving a Stock of Fifty Thousand pollars of the Highest Grade of Merchandise for Men and Young Men IDOR the past year we have made preparations for the greatest Fall and Winter season's business in our career, anticipating an outlet that did not materialize, owing to the backward season and the influenza epidemic which closed churches, schools and public places, ,necessarily retarded. business in all lines of wearables. Due to these conditions, we now find our shelves and clothing racks overloaded with finest Canadian and American merchandise that must be turned into cash immediately in order to carry put our policy- of never carrying over mer- chandise from one season to another. Note the le: jjnes on sa tee In tnat the latter wouldn't accept 'and of Increasing the the returned soldiers" settlement land reservoir supply ot tho spring, also proposed hy the government. [reoovr.tinK an-I putting tn'o operation I the "serenity and good'humor of'the Council Meeting 'the pump in ihe eastern part of the woman candidate. It is interesting The town council met last night "U'fj ncml water and we need i to note that the "election egg" has council chambers, with Mayor jit badly." made its reappearancs In an entirely (O'Hrlen in the chair and CouncilVjrsi Trophies PRESENT NEED FOR EXISTING SETTLEMENT. The Calpiry Albetlan seems 1o hare a rery hazy conception of what new Rflclatnatlon Serrtce, announced from Olte-s, may mean lo Weilem (Canada, And vlthoul giving the rnalter ay aerlotn thought It proceeds to op- ftif, the plan In this fashion: Bnt II Is not jrotable tliat any busi- nesBiita government would seriously conilder a policy of reclamation of lands on my scale as long as there are ench large tracts of arable territory whkh is yet nnlillcii. In the United Stales recourse 1s had to this aomewhat extreme measure' be'Ganss the client of vftcanl or 'onlllled land Tery. limited. In Canada, however, con- ditions very different. Fortunately, na can gel ample land without going (o Uie expense of reclaiming 11. Ail new stale and Ing, as a missile to procure one's has- ty defartare, tut fresh and delectable, a Bymbol of good wishes and an M to holding out. Mrs. Slraci- t-.y 1; ccnslantlr reccivlne of fresh eggs from unknown admirers, At a time when eggs are so acatrce and dear, could there he a more re- rharbable proof of oopsjlarlty? good are so eipensirc ia Kngland we can estimate the high regard for the woman candidate. But trejh eggs was all the tribute she re- ceired; very tew roles went her way. Allrcd, Hrimliall. Costley. Court anrl Tli.1 li Rolns nrter Fisher present. Mr. SaEmnon was of n-iLlitary for lent because 01 the 'flu. Toe old council performed the lasijmonil man act of grace during It? life by pas'-] ana hi British Columbia spruce will te tx- poited to Australia In considerable quantities for the manufacture ol but- ter boxes. II is said to he most sult- v.-ar Home tlire ago a Kay-, Ing the December pay roil, but it lamed over the reins of urtTcrrf-jtown. mcnt lo the mayor and council was gazoltcd for n V. rnandinB oKlrtr promised ho captured f'jr tils home j wf-rft "flgim" brought up. j y.r. KimbaU, Ions the town Rcrrcrtary-i v.'ftre ahoul i Iroflgarer, cnfagUfrd retiring' rertaln Susinr1 3 throwing mayor 'or his long valuable services! connaJn'inR: nails Ir.tn the streets. fo the town and the eatecm in which'The next offender will be proeicciited. f Mr, O'Rrien ia helrt by his fettovJAUn reganiinj? rortaln lownsmen, also presenting him with hmifins IjiirnlnC rjbblsh and a handsome pen, from hlm-jleiting iv eastward into some- of self, Mr. Powell and Mr. Hefcgle. yarriR r.r.'l flow- retiring mayor acceptrjtl tolifuion ar.'l 'Mil: grievance wltli aimplG gratitude, nceiiiphali he with. H.'1 j Mr, Court Is the ilopuly Vpon Mr. O'Rrion'n leaving Ihe nhair Mr. Pack took it, wuii Mr, _ Mr. Card and Mr. PoA-ehon able for purpose and will replace! replacing Mr, Allrcd, Mr. the white pine of Now Zealand, which land Mr. Sammnn belrix atwcnl.' Is becoming depleted. i The tirat order of bualneftfl was lo v.i-h t'ntr new mayor anil conncll riifCt'rH In not one n" they can drink fluTing (he ensuing year. Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Fashion Craft Clothes, Fiorsheim Shoes Cluett, Shirts" Wolsey Underwear Stanfield's Underwear, Vancouver Knit- ting Co's, Sweaters Buy now at this sale and save from 35 to 50 per cent. There are four months of winter wether ahead. Louis Keel 318 Fifth Street, Lethbridge ij ;