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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK U'.rimUimiK DAILY HEIULD FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1D19 She Deralb Ictbbrifrae, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLV ini Publlshsri .THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY. LIMITED J23 StrsH South, Utnbrldso VV. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance vWed by policies inr.ead o? by lib- J els. platitude and calling names arc more lively to be regarded 1 merely as the camouflage of political opportunism tban the raiiueut o.' pure TELEPHONES Builnesi Office Editorial Office That fast paniraph sounds ristt. And yet can Canadian Liberalism be an effective lorca in tiii country io the future wtta the eastern liberals a stand pat, element, Liber. to most of them is u not i I'ostpoiwd Till After Calgary a set of principles. must siand c-r (all by what the iiauw Business The reactionalj, and may we nay J'j ruinant element In eastern Liberalism Only Few Present at Till After Convention About twenty men uttenJej (lie open niectiuTT of the Liberal PA ICKED UP IN ASSING TUS ursY MAN Ing claim, Haiellon. Tho orej campaign Brlllih Columbia :body was encountered by means o( a year valued 7ncj i tunnel tinveu 100 Icet luto tbo side I number of loii 3433 ;u( the mountain. the tolil] toils. K.'ll Cleaver 1m rosUin-.l iho So- i ot UurluisttV. :is Ills SM d candidate for Iho Kn -vesliip. 1 The bob white quail liberated on i tbp jiorih shore ol Burr-ml ittlot by Ihs Shori. lUmo I'roleetlve as-1 10 bo thriving. Fines assrcsitiu: the sum ot J2.400 i wei'e levied in various liquor case) at Kitchener. J. II. Meyers paid a Hue ot i f t.OTO on (he charge of keephs liquor i Th? tolnl output ot tho Unlled Kingston during 191S ol both naval and 1 wercautllo shijis was 1-45 vessels of j tons and according to comptled ofllcial Biures. Frank H: Yount, at Hev- elstoto trace dteiV Ihti mornlnc Irvtu heart disease. He was 66 yeart of and came from Vancouver, 25 yearn A reiolutfon to appotot a ceuimtttee ,ES STATEMENT CA1XUUY, Jin. K. McLeod. factories Itwpeclo? ft Alberta. by a reprpwntaitve of The MornloK Altertsn regarding the report log too employment of dtild tabor In ,2W rnlv accepts the name; the culled by the 1-aurier Libels i to asiesj coi( of Jamaica'; yT; ;-uil Of the uommwn UIIM in the war md lo payment troui Co Mu yj, assertion (hit t (ho enemy, through the proptr.i-hun-jinspector hid never been la The Brant Farmers' Co-operative So-1 been tntroiuced Into tbo Ja-1 Rejcnr( (or five years stated that ciely in the past six mouths j Old King NV-ater seems ui have mov- ed to California for thli ye-ir. or three I'nion Liberals who came Ujiiary Service Ad. Icaru Ihe object of the meeting, i l.oniou to terms Member Audit Bureau cf Circulations. Subscription Ratet: _ i delivered, yer week...... .Jj Pally, delivered. year o mayor of Medicine Hat has de-' cMed against the wide-open policy. IE ts a bard policy to Justify in tbe.-u i TCrM., Weekly] uj-mMI, per year ro U.S. io be better, 1 Dates o! expiry ot subscriptions ap-1 pear daily on address label. Accept- Other than cizmiip ol a temp-1 orary chairman, Loyeriug. and a temporary secretary, Tifes, I Only ihrec of (he seventh, nomtu- norhinff was accomplished, il for tho Anjlwrsiliurs Council filed feeliug of ibe iisajeriiy of qualification anJ nom- present that there. j-vas uj de-rmiul ;U (nation 13 necessary to fill Uie remain- the present tiuie for further ins seats. jNo delegates 'to (lie Cilgary Uber-ilj j conveavua were named, but it vavs' Notr.rly Plamondon, cf Quebec, for (decided that as many iwssiblu many years active in anti-vita ontu- nialcan Legislature. Five doilm a wholesale, was for cucumbers which were shljv- into Vancouver from the south Signaller AUred H. Webb lias lean for Needless (o awarded the miUtary medal tot say vwy few coatatcc-d auy o! in action. Jle is a sou uf Mr, ami t (Ills EticctnCul frutt. MM. A. H. ot Ualfour, formerly of Cranbrook. Falling off tho point raised oy lha ofllcIaU of the United Fhrmors ol Alberta as to whtther the Influenza epidemic In rMmonton would prevent being attend from Letbbridge. Fou: those present Indicated __ rimeaial (arm hens are woi See cTpapers aftBrExpiration date la just about their weight in gold when pojijiie, they attend. >ayiu. our authority to conlinua Ihe sub- j they lay ;p a month 75 i Dr. Lxsteriug was named chairman criptlon. cents a doren. The encieat tliat I ot the meeting pud Broun 1'ipei liid the golden egg has nothing the bao. SEIZING A GREAT OPPORTUNITY the sreatest force a! Lcthbriigs lor evil in tha world hecause oE the Alberti nitl shortly Live IE opponim- itnparted to the pupils in itj. Io ielr Caflo Qpcra German schools over a period of two company. It is not often that such an opportunity ts presented 'and It Is it is Kenerations. ]C the .schools o( a country can tie aot !lieiy Io made such a force for evil as the in- j psrt ot a education. stiace of Germany indicates, surely j the schools ot Canada and every other j Lerjs Board ot Trade endorsed nitioh can be nidde a force for good -jnree RjTers Board of Trade, the iaiQds Ol bad" ;______....... ding cltiiens such ideals citizenship GoTerninEnt to put bmnsual iascrip- recently requested the Federal character as would result in the j puttios of those hisher ideals in alier-schDOl life. That llie of the national couvea'iion on eilacaUon being called to meet in Win- nipsg next September, surely no. cbiect could be mo_re worthy. No one- will deny tlist Canada's educational cyiieins leave mnch to be desired in ;tie way of teachins citizenship. Nel- will anyone deny that no more time 'ihan now. -wtai wcon- tlrucllon" in everybodVa could .'ba'cn'oECn !n -which' to Institute a That is why the project iiould have national support. are sure it will have the support of cltiien ot; Lethcridje and Southern AlbEfla. Uons on the new-Canadlan coins which are to ba Issued shortly. Does that mean that the French won't accept coins -with only English. Inscriptions? If so, all tie better, as more will be left for ths rest of us. (CONCEPTION OF LIBERALISM The _Statesrcan, a tveekly imimal I published in Toronto, which professes v'to represent the one and only genuine brand of Ltbersliam and which de- .voles- much to castifjatbjf-tlia I.iberaip who supported Union COT- ernmentr recently delivered itseli of the Jollbwins: j 'v 'Far different is the vision of Llhsr- altftn, purified, reinvigorated and re- Tivlfted tjy the momentous events ot the past (our years! The vision ot Canadian Liberalism is not of any It is hardly lively that the federal freight Iraiu on tlio (Irani Trunk on which he is said to have been stealing a ride to Chatham, The question was tinrt raised cut off- at the knee and died in the HlKlnbothani, the secretary, iiumedl stcly got in touch with Mayor he was a victim of hard times. and Swift Current cn- who In turn took too matter up with joyed (he novelty ot ;i rain 011 line meJIcal officer cf hoalth for Ed- he did not with to mafco K tha mat I w. Thf Inspector McLeod i'U dent ctilld littor wat 91- plolted with consent labor people. It ii nimral for to ex- pect that if the PwtoTiee was Sng la 'fottory In which union labor wv ployed, ye would hare been of the fact. I attribute iomt of tho child labor that U on to fact that the schools bwn down because of demlc. rely ppon ths schools (o give MS information, of this nature, as (hpy are fn beat tion to do eof and thflf of to in." Mncteod aaW ht had nevbr ctlred one complaint from Rexlcllfl or The secretary then passed about Ihe Horse, now named as a permanent room and enrolled about Io in the new cavalry resiuient, .to have hcadquar- Liberal association it was intended ters in Winnipeg, to form. Ed Sehl the post-1 poneraent ot oreanization. Everyone, I Winnioes Motor Traces Associa- he said, welcome to tie went on record as strongly (avor- lion at Calnary. inS 'he re-employracnt by the aulo- "I don't ifto'to postpone meetings." motive firms ot-all [ormer employees said the chairuren. "But.we are qen-ed Canada overseas. David Adam, a former alyarj' clerk, ts.dead. Tho Trinca "Kupsrt Dry Dock and Bolsheviks, and we'll bow to. the will ol the majority. haven't a very j lar-e audience We said In the call Eagltieertag Co. has teen incorporat- for the meeting that everybody was ed ac authorized capital ot wekome, nnd leipected a larger num-i '-W- "ill bo la Pilsct her. I see we have a Unionist re-RllPert- porter present. However, It the devil bimsriZ appeared I give' him a There a movement among us seat." The meetlns voted to allow ratepayers of Prince George to elect the VnionUt reporter to remain. a COUM.I pledged to a Wish the (So Clarence LowrJier thought the meet- ins should In 1S91 the Lib- goverament will launch a reclamation eral Association was formed wilt 16 campaign wliich TriU resnlt In wasting members. At thai time It wa money. It Is not'ry to reclaim waste places IrT the west In order to provide', land, b'nt what Is necessary is that In. districts close to'ratlways-and markets fenould be ir- rigated if they are capable of Irriga- tion, or the. reverse, drained it they need to ba drained. Ttere. is plenty rrvori for reclamation service on those' two undertakings, and they would be i paytaz proposition many ttme's'over. good fis a man's job to say he was a ibsral. But in 1896 they elected their ian. Ed Sehl said lie "would have lilted ;o have seen more present. He thought the object of tne con- vention was to gel the I gether Ho dfdn't Since the French Rsvolutiou the world's freedom has twice been threat- ened by a great military power oa the continent of Europe. In both cases the attempt has been frustrated by the economic blockade maintained by the British fleet. Had England shrunk from using this weapon she would have betrayed not only herself, but civilization. To pledge hen elf now not to use It again would an act ol treachery even freater, a sin against Tnere party trinmph, H is a vision of I the light of an experience too clear :a new.Canada, a new Great Britain, j for all bat the wlllully blind to mis- a new _world. It will seek trj acbiev.3 that visioh'i realization it I? true, by the old Liberal spirit, and inspired by the old Liberal vratch- words of-Peace, Retrenchment and He- 'form. Hot It will take the fullest ac- the. new conditions which 'have arisen. It will work not for sec- 'tional, but entirely for national, pur- eposes atld alms, "it will'guard 3eal- .ouslyyand develop steadily, the poo- 'pls's rights and liberties. It will setia eagerly every opportunity of ap- ;plylDK its principles, ever mo'r" and more courageously, to the problem o! government" "We do not hesitate to quote with an answer to this statement 'tram tue Victoria, Times, for years the There a drop In the price of raiik in the reason be- ing given that, -with the previously in- creased price, cows came chaMrjfj to tha district, aiid accordinglT the went dawn. Unfortnnately, AlberU "oowa residing In this dtitrict have not been trained to come to heel ao obedl ently when the price of milk takes an upward Jump. We would suggest 'hat AH- itcTaggart invtstlgate the ways oMnnoculatlng the same thrifty hab- its in COTS of this Aiberfan. "We might jojt mention thai bridge cows hare been chief Liberal paper ot .Coa5j. the Pacific 1 the that they think summer has come, and they're Our contemporary olten says things thai, but we have searched its pages In vain for the_ advocacy of fell Liberal policies, something a month Indemnity allowed to aldex- men ia that town- Vancouver Island coal is retailing at at a ton. A bot- tle of whiskey cost tlie same price, re> rprts sayt but it la only the coal con- sumers who arc complaining. The ssoclatlon 'ol at the -as la the air. So far as he person- j partments. eral, to- Iirovincia gorerhm'erir add a minister ,ow what of Industnt to its adnilobtraliTe de- ally was concerned he "Had no'quar- rel with the Liberals who voted Unionist believing they it con- scientiously.' Chfcirmjn Levering thought -himself it was too EMn for a great return ot Liberals to the old- party lines. -After the ECEEion at Ottawa it inarJba. dif- ferent, fcl f ._; Brown he didn't antici- pate many Unionist Liberals'Would ai- tend the meeting: There is no split in the Unioa government ent time. There won't be till after the session, but he had every reason to believe there would that tlmf. In the meantime he dlda't blame those who supported the ernment-at-the last election -Joe re- maining loyal. The upshot of the meeting was that organization was postponed "till 'after the Calgary convention, and DO meet- ing 'a to he called "tbeo unless it is deemed that circumstances- 'warrant action. While lulfilling duties a mill- wright at (he Canada Flour Mills at <_'hatam. Harry Coi, 0.5, was fatally in- jured when caught on a revolving A 14-foot vein ct solid ore has ueea struck in :ifia Grouse Monnlain mln- (From Our Own Jan. O.'icar, the CHESTED PEOPLE elderly Mopis tarilcolsrlT, are BO subject to allmeota of brealhlog talies'anrl lunsa, are uueatly difficult to prescribe for owins to their trail constitutions. For all Each people Pepj are the safest remedy for coughs, colds broncnllls, asthma, etc., as contain obsoluMy no Wri Davli Patrlcjufn ot JlatUtili Laie, N.S., "i taTa been cored at verr bad cough by thouss ol Peps. .As 1 eeTeotj. fir8 rears of I consider this euro all the morn remarkable." For rery young people, (oo, tre Just us good.. All deslSTa EOc, Uislr summer supplj- ol mtlV. Heace the drop In Trice. Queer cllraite, this: TVJXXIPEG, Jan. Robert oa (he Urilt, GoTernment ownership j Rogers lelt tor Uie east last nlglit. He ;ot certain jraWic utilllies, Senat2- re- conler with a numter o( business lorm, the abolition ol trusts and com- j men in Montreal, Ottawa and Toron- bines, Iree trade within the Empire, to over political conditions before re- -taxation reformTand so forth. Frcm His Winnipeg 'the sonorous periods itf which It pro- jtave become the centre of activity tlr for the entire west. He has Jesses to be the eiponent of the onVj cen ;tilmon-pure, unadulterated Ijiberallsm, bee 'and tie charges of treason ti their .political faith it )auncnea against tbon ganizations 1n Saskatchewan, Alberta British Columbia to visit WDO joined supported tho Union I provinces and deliver political recon- Government, we are entitled to ex- jefruction addrflisee. It to give some attention lo these i to party'' movement fundamentals, any one of wbich Is seems to be itrj much alive In both the pld canps. 01 course, if the peo- wonfi more than an ocean of high sounding words, Liberalism is-neither a lahel nor a lot of rhetorical gush. It Is a prac- ,tlcat prlnicpte. It 13 not Sir. Tweedle- dum nor Mr. Tweedledee. The Unit' ed Farmers who have come out with a clear-cut policy embodying essential principles of Liberalism and these The Statesman damns with faint er of a praise; while several prominent office. em co-called Liberal papers haTo raised Etirill cries of alarm over C03T OF tho nationalization of railways, call-1 OTTAWA, Jan. St Bolshevism, a form of altacfc tcsntrol tribunal spent the whole which already.has hecome (he chief (of liie morafog on question of weapon of (he reacUonary by whom depreciation which should be allowed year-old son of -Mr. and K. K. _ Matson, died in Unjmheller' a few day.s ago of the 'flu. Hard, luck has been constantly with this'family Tort more '.han a year. Just 'about a year J they-lost a son, aged, about i He died a lingering death in Medicine Itat hospital of tuberculosis. -About J two months later the father, M. K. j Matson, Injured his Jeg and w.3S con- fined to the hospital for several j monlha. On top of this Is two years i of no crop. There is a proud record i In the history of this family, In Jhe' person of William JIatson, the i spent 15 months In tho trenches anrl was thrlcn wounied. i j MatscD, valong wilih the flower of the manhood ol this dls-1 trlct, was recruited br Ueut. J. H. Canon, once a Whitla merchant, who gave up his business i and latterly his life to the cause; of A IHVOUS son. He with the 175th. in Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia E. Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. democracy. Jim shortly after f he received his comrrissilon caily drained tne F.urrouiuling country He ererr policy which gives the public a square rlcal Is declared to be Bohbe- Tlirt, Tuerc will be no room for the aland, palter, the compromUer -with special privilege for election purposes, the projector and guardian oC fiscal feu- dalism, in too liberalism of tbo fu- ture, and western Liberals, we thtnfc, l mftfto IhfB abundantly clear when pie want tie oid EyiUm they can nare It, bat tetore decMing they i 0( c'Wble material. should'consider serloMiy whf h i "-''i TChom he came In contact anil he .or Canada Just ROW. Tne welfare a following, lo whom Ms; Canada should be Ihr, npcerr.iou con-'.word better big bonrl. As' the bTlr.glsz to pon-- a result hts success as a recruiting lo POJSC.S llie Iruits o( "a3 Dhenomenal. i t Orson was killed 5n a nlsnl; raid last summer, and for bl3 achieve- i monls )n tlje raid ho u-as awarded tho MSikary Cross, wbich was RiVen to Annie Thwnas Shortboine and bis (amily; bave removjfl to Kcrr.'e. .Mr. house came here from Kornid in and was onrj thti victims of two flry I political of Canada nro dl-', eluded tills paper mills. The (igure lately atiopl- ed is 53.20 s. ton, or about 5 rer cent.. while William. eoilnse! fot jrabllahers, contended that 3 r.ent. Is a fair average. He attempts! to nbow Ibat the linltert States Govern- ment Trade OomTniasion never al- lowed a fipire or M.13 a (on setjnrth i In Us first reuort In 1S17. Hut lor i Wo cannot but the tlrao being the tribunal has ex- few ivent In Ntjrark, N. aboot years 1 suffered from nervous break- down and cot so weak 1 CMlJbardly staiid, badbead' nines day. 1 I everything I co'jIJ tliink 6f and fjS Compdund and told about jiU From the lirst JdayltqoicIUbegan ,'tfl feel belter ani I am well and to Jo moat onr 'kind of work, i have been mending tho Com- Rmr o! JoriUn" TotMnt KMC Nobody Piay." Negro Folk Sunn. FUke UniversitT Male Quartette. SO 'Pojsum and "Mn. Rutui Johnson at the Wc4dluj." Davies. Baritone. AtSlt, We. pound eversi: since anJ jjive you my per- ness of dairying at-Fertile and return; publish tnia Kowaik, years. He will resume iii.s old bi if dairying at Kernie and reli.... lo this district, esrty In the Fpring fj'-0. KELLV, 476 So. ant] try it rmce more.' I Vi.' Hen I'ollnkas is In tltenOaurc at Ibis famous root herb Kio lalior convention at Ilic Hat. Jfmedy, Lydia B. PlnVham's VeKcUblo .Tbe rather I, rfmvl, The SunnySouth and Clever Novelties SET- bsnjos to plinVa-plar.king, let the lich negro melodies set your feet on the vast fund of musical novehtef thai Columbia Recordi and no "down town" wij] match your home for real enjoyment. "Li'I Jane" jnd "Oh, Boyi, Carry Me Harry C. Browne. Hari- tone. Peerless Quarieiie. AlS't, SOc, "At the CoKon Pickets1 FCJC Trot, and "There's a Lump ol Sugar Down in Dixie, Medley. Marimba- phone Band. AtiSO, SOc, "Old Black Joe" and "Carry Me Back to Old Virginrvj." Louis Grjvegre, Baritone. AiSSS, 1f, I1SO "Nobody Knows de Trouble 1'reSetn" and "J Don't Feel Noways negro spiritual, Oscar tlOO "Climb Upl Chiltoi, Climb" and Toanfe." lljrry .C. Brow DC, Baritone, an 3 PeerlesjQuar- Ke.. "The Messenfer Bor 3-Sttp. Howard Kopp, Xylopbone SolOj orchestra acconip- animent. ASC10, tot. "Angel Gabriel'' and "Angeli Meet Me Baritone, Columbii %f ASSffi Baritone, ilinjo. lAtUlc, IV, "Corne Alonj Ma Honty {Down Upon (lie Swanet Henry Burr. Tenor, and Broidway Quartette and 'Liza Albert C'ampWil and Henry Burr. Atitl, We. Ol course your Columbia will gladly play them fo'r you. Rtttrb tvt flit fif tkr "Bye Bye Ma Min- strels, and "Day With the Peerless Quartette, IIM Records KENNY ALLIN Ca, Lm iNext to Dallas Hotel Phone 1487 The DruR-fek Store ;