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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE Tin; urnmumaK DAILY SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, VJUI Provincial Convention of the Great War Veterans Opens in This City on Monday Vor the first since tho Great Veterans have organized, a vei- i-onvenuon will be in Lethbrldge next On Monday morning a'. o'ciock ihe fail-in will sound for tlie annual convention of the provincial branch of tbe Great "War Veterans' A? Foliation, which is 10 hold sessions for four days fn the assembly Iiall of lhe here There will be over it i? especteilr and Pre.'idetu Dyton. thy provincial brant'h, will he in the chair. Secretary J. Mit- chell, of Calgary, will have charge in 'the secretarial work of ihe conven- tion. The opening addresses of wetconrt -will be deHvered on Monday morning by lion. Chas- Stewart, premier of the province. H he ts able ro be present, Mayor Hnrdie. Prosiiletu Marnudi ul the board of ir-'.sle. ('resident liJia- lim of the Kotary and Dyson of the Veterans. Frogran} of Convention The convention then iirocaed as Monday of con- ventional H'.iO at the Algeria Cafe by the ciiy vouncil. S S.moker 10 the visitors in K. of I1, hall, linger :he auspices of the Rotary Club. Tuesday Sessions 9 a.m. General business. 12.3.1) p.m Luncheon by the Sti1 Alexandra Gait Chapter, 1. O. E.. 'Don't Torture Your Child! TO MOTHERS! See jraut little one's terror at the very thought of z dose of castor oil, mineral oil, calomel or pills. Ugh! Cascarets work" better, saler, surer on the tender little liver, stomach and bowels, besides Css- carets taste like candy. Even bilious, constipated, sick (kiddies coax for this harmless candy cathartic. i Alberta Cafe. Wednesday Sessions srayU U iu outer tu siM ihis urn. "Thc> defendant Is indebted 10 the plaintiffs upou a promissory no to for en which tletoudaut receives iTCiVU flOQ, (or ser- vices. Too plaintiffs arc to have a ot rotuni of Iho two clu'q.ues for each, ami CALtiAKY, Jan. the case ot Wright Wright involving ujaiid tloal 000 anj a sale of chattels valued at nearly was handed Ir. Jusiu't1 are (o bave ;i ret'lssion of trie and the cosis u( the at'lioii. This was a cast1 that occupied tour iys hearing, during which a number ui witnesses testified. The agreed IQ purchase cti May 11 two quarter sections of vuUivatoA (from Our Own Jaii, Al iho first meaning of thtf m'w village council on Idsi IV. H. fJrovvinj was clew- ed reeve, and Mr. I-. T. GraOy uas painted secretary'treasurer for or year. Henry KUatroui. wtio enlisted Utae ago vttli the Mounted Police tor service iu Siberia, is hack In Warner ir Yancc'.iver where Lo ons Waruur boy a now In Siberia un Serst. Walter MuntJay, Kietl vMaroiv and' Lcs fluUerfleld. Art HugU'r wilU tho V. F. Navy ts vhliiug Ills pa routs for u few weeks. l.ordcm llhOilcs, Isas returned from his training with Lite Air VVuctj in Toronto, was visiting filends ja lor a lew Uuys lasl The Women's Institute gate u enjoyable card yarty and supper ilie Masonic Hall on Wednesday onlug, About, soventy-fivc vero present and a good is Shoot Opens The Warner Consolidated school opened on .Monday closed for nearly three months. of 'flu have bee u I j 4 i 'n 4i vm i tri uvj i' ii u uvn 'viaca ui nu a.iic UQCU (.onvcntion Held at Ottawa for thllB ana it is Js'O TO- iml two short q-Jlrlers aJjoinlUK Hie "bind. Wood litillan rc.matura. lylug west lonnlly-orsaulzccl Disoiss Various Problems of This Work OTTAW.A.-'jan. At tlic inviulioii of the repatriation couimllice of or IS nut- frau'rmil focieifos of and adjacent lo OirdsiiM, The couferrcd'iviih Director-11. 3, Daly aurt purchase was to be a raymem at the cooimitice a oOicw tn of five thousand Mug matte iu .Tim the balance in ytarly luymcnis of ivas called for Hie The chatteU were on May 2o> unit ainouuieJ lo The plaintiffs, iu bringing tho action. discussuis ways and nn-ai.s winch these organizations shonW lane tneir part in the national work tiou atnl reconstrut'tiou. A ot asked for a rectesioit of the runlraet. land 5ct tin 10 points upon wlm-h relief ?Vils am a I was Calmed, xFour of ihcse related woryc given. bv the" Major Jack tl'.lei and dfificifacy in acreage. were from H J. Chapier I O" L> K land ihe remaining six allege untrue Daly and from J. A. hwvcusou o( Ircywseutatlon hi regard lo land in j committee's board. Prnfcssov C. S Eveune if nece' f question, relating to freedom from j Clark concluded a question renoJ ,'n- noiioua sub-irrigation, freedom 1 wlien the delegates were" given an op- _...._ '.from hail drought and crop failure, portuuily lo satisfy theuiselves unou I The relations wrc quilt trfcnily rcpairiatiot, j- jiltld toils were tn thi riiion of commun- tlieir daim was }5.MO. ana that DID money owed to Uie govern-1 ileprOEenlalives ot the fraternal EOC- nient illd uol 'eiieeci' only before the conclusion a small amount unpaid in H of proceeding, to form, through their found that the amount actually grand secretaries, in every city, town owing to the tank was and i or village where, tho societies have to tlie goverrmcnt J3.300, with branches or lodges, committees will 'flu. and was given his disclmrge a si epidemic has dono Avorrt ift medically unfit. learn lhaL j S' by boanl trauo General Imsiue-ss an-i election of TORONTO. Jan, the ques- tions oC repatriation am' employment, lion, Mr. Calder said yc-stenlay. speak- ing before the Canadian Cinb: "We. have overseas men auj auont 2.COO soldiers' tiependents arrears In taxes "Id in tlio return ot soldiers to civil ,UJE RIBBON TEA, If you telephone merely for tea without specifying i BLUE RIBBON TEA your grocer may think you are not very .doesn't pay. His lord.hin held from tiie evidence: to support until "ummer fallowed. The southwest Hon. Ilowell. president of tbe quarter was seeded to timothy, so'that (privy-wmcll. and Hon. O. Robert- Each 10 cent box of Cascarcts, the pleasant candy cathartic, contains (directions and dosage (or children aged one year old and upwards. When the little turns white, breath feverish, stomach sour, there is nothing better to "went" the nasty Vile, souring food and constipation poison from the child's system. Give Cascarcts, then never woriy. i plain." The inilitta Uepartnieni is sim- I ply flooded wiUi So far as is concerned, we probably will be able to bring home move 30.000 a month, but so far tbe rail- ways are concerned, it is utterly im- nossible to carry more than a month. It wiH he 10 motuhs at least before all our people can ue brought home. "The bis end of the what we can do with soldiers ivhen they get homo. "Manj' persons say there is diaos in Ottawa, that we are unprepared. That is entirely wrong1. The government has given much time and thought to the matter and the progress which has been made is satisfactory." With reference to settle- meat. >7r. Calder said: "A conference was ments and it wras decided that doors should lie thrown open and soldiers settled on purchased landj. Millions of acres have passed lo priv- ate of it he'id by specu- lators. Tliese lands will be purchased for the returned soldiers. The settle- ment plan and lhe returned soldiers to be placed on the land would never have teen a success if they had to gf> out la the fringe of the provinces and settle there. "Legislation will be brought in by the federal and provincial Rorern- menis to provide the necessary lands." Around it me that this rep- 'MTtafi ihe AN OTTAWA PAPER contract. Tn regard lo sub-irrigation I have no ditliculty in arriving at the finciusi'OH that 3 niytlt. 1 roiicrete evidence to TVhich I the which allach any -weight that the lauds wero sub-irrigated. The circumstantial evi- dence is asainst It- I have before me very reliable evidence that it does not ellst. His lordsllip held that had not carried tint this, obligation to pay to the bank and allow them lo withdraw the Viecutlon. In regard to this. Mr.' Justice Simmons said: "This was a condition irhich w'as not by the purchasers, although they entered into possession, for at held thai date they hail not repudiated the land contract, and they were still re- ent ot -free trade, voices the that the present movement iu. the west Is inopportune. the lying upon the defendant performing his undertaking tovclear the title of. the chattels. This he has not.dqne.aiid they are eolitlcil H'o recission. Para- graph -J of the claim, therefore, would not he applicable, as the claim for re- cision does not rest upon deceit. The saJe was conditional upon the litle being effectuated. Defendant had a reasonsblc time In to make good tbe litle to the chattels, and he has failed .to do so. I fore, order a proper amendment to the claim in substitution for para ENJOY A WHIRL THROUGH PACIFIC BREEZES. CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES We are confident that Ine advocates ot free trade, as r> ell as the Ontario tanners, who have adopted an aggressive, altitude, in -the same rela- tion, will agree, on reflection, that we are not yet oul of the war woods. The cessation of actual been followed H period of the great- est gravity, as regards the Industrial. economic and national future of most of the belligerent peoples, aud close inter-relation of the allied na- tions has made the of one (lie problems of all, Ja more or degree. Now more lliaii ever before do we require the cooperation and mu- tual forbearance of ail sections of the country. Just as our immedla'tc (ask a yeiyr ago was lo win the war, our job now is to save what the war lias TTOIj. "Free trade will not lose by delay; it may siiffcr by injudicious advocacy in (be face of many measurfcB looking lo the return of the country to set- tled and normal conditions.11 ANNUAL REPORT, LETHBRIDGE BOARD OF TRADE, 1918 ihotijunil Xo citv in Wjulis in the thoroughness witli which the canvas C'umlniiiM to encourage the oi the citizen.' of tliii i-Hy ,niul (Jistiii-t to :ii'l in even- manner in llie rc- ot our soldiers in lliii occupations of civil iUirl in finding suitable for iliosc of thnn vh'i are iiKapm itatril tlie (if nr otherivirf-: anij alrij to w 'uul. an'l tlic "rcati'St i? to A. in thesf willi tlio Bureau of about, to tlic JIoa.'CliairiLiaii, and llio hard-working helper.- withjrhom lie1 in I.i'Shljriiigc, nnrl with the Ailierta irrigated at C'oaltjale, near lAiisbridgc-, i', Imve bceit fDrvvanl in everything pertaining to the successful aside for The. Company's announcement i-lalcs JUai ot" flic war. Over men were sworn on'jn himself. The inimher of Viciory plneo'l in j Soldiers' that one in every "i.'M (if tbe population was a thai tliU (.'onintiMff: n-e their influence the J.'ominion the Allicriit one snitl a half million biidgc, Curmaugay, Bnronf, Talwr. nnr, in rcrar.l lo works tlinl N ariie.-, Milk sntl Xcw wlnlc Cardslon. Magrath. lllrl 61, 'UMKH of and JiiijirBidn-1 fiibbtnberl close upon lialC a million dollars, llw] coinminiilicf.'' llaclcoit. Pinclicr Creek nnrl Clarujhrilm districts fhcwci! n k'ial I ot to a million The miniii" twns in tho Crov.a'! ''AN1) 101: SOI.WEM Xi-st jlnwwitbin fighl of tht half million dollar mark. C'ONPirir.NCE AND COXSIBWIIOS ..During the jirotrress uf the Victory Loan IMS. Mr. 0. H. who vi'as vicc-cUairnian for Kynthtrn Alberta, Slid: 1 "The response from our citizens generally, cur coal miners and Inisines.s men, has lieen promrit.. ready and effective. bciiring evidence of the thrift and prosperity nf our people, and at lift' fullest desire.s i'i iniiiiitain still furihfr duriuj.' the gtniclion period that confidence in the fjiHir.1? of which has been so clearly demonttratcd all through the period of' tears, ,nironie> and (ries of the four yea Xot the whole of alt element? of-s-ncccs? He in confidence, b "It i.-: nol intended to do otherwise than administer those farms on a thoroughly ViHiicsslike basis, or lo them to be Ihken. tip except by men arc in thcif inleniion )o !ry iind and the inninints given to the Patriotic Fund, Cro.-.s and other have amounted to vrcll over two hundred thousand dollars. Tiie various women's associations PARTXI.-BOARD.OFTOADE. li will be highly for the country as a whole it n fracti'jn rif the prognostications thai arr hiini; made to tb'j (tesircs of ri'tiirnetl nieu to in come through 1- ju.ihirily. ii itisy tiro obvious f.icit.r-' of I'jH-H air life ot ''iialllcndds ami the areni of IrJiO in Cnhadn are too nmllijilicd into rncii tn jirodiicc fiirmers on In ap ai'ticlrj in thf- lilHi yon- President .-nld: "All of tlic nujii iv.'io liic fronf. and who relurn to Cniiiiija lie (fie same men vJio went they flill ('lerks. innciiini.-'ty, limilicrjnv FIK-II further informalion a- would Iw ,7 f, i I'uii? have hem -nllicirn Iu cnrrv on the current business lor made available! tncreliy, the (.clnbridgc Ixwrd of trade1 rcsur-cl- fnlty rccomincnds thai the Dominion government should anth-i'- as onr; of tlui towards a rcconislrnftioii boring of n scrii.? of fr.-t liolcs the- country. Jl i-: lhal the.'o bored holes should lie of not loss ihni Vrtatjily wnilidcnrr is a vital element of success. Hut for ihcirj on life, and in tlu: tlroug confidence in their arms our fighting im-n would not have -ne achieved the glory which is theirs before lhe world. It we main- I1IBM llol bim Umu our confidence, by providing our share tbe moncyjliat lia! of r..tlirll Canada will remiire to initiate further construction wi> al SeaJt be able lo say lhat our soldiers when they return thai we have done, our litUe best, however ?mall lhat may IK- compared with what they and their fallen comrades hau' done. for Canada. And lhe general prosperity of our country will- l assured arid !''or men tif ]irovri( ability a- runners tiie Doiiiiniiin inent ha.- ;i well-'ouiidationol jdijn for tljtj'i men to e.-lablishcd. l-'or ol'uerr who luuc the desire to become '-rs. Inekfd ly n temperamental ntnc-s for ajrniilturc, emhracing in its Membership all the different factors in our t tiie practical road to .-uccos lie.s in c-n a (_food farm ,inri citizenship, the aims and objects of which arc set out as IIIHMI little cupilnl at the time. ''That it will be the endeavor of thiejx-thbridge Keron.-lruction The I'milic liuilnay have, n niimher of developed iKarly iu Derember a Committee was formed in l-> cjciblo Jiiin lo Jake tip his d.'iily auication, jf ii i- ,iviiliable, "r otherivi.-c lo lit io take hi.-: part us n "Keady-mnde farms will tbe detmind for onlv a vcrp; >mal! per< cntaL'e of Ibe rclurtiefl Kddier.--.'' year and io pay the Sceretary's. salary. The, total ti.res for Ihe year amounted to _. .The business 01" thi: Hoard isi Iransneled at the weekly luncTt- <-DIH of the ('uimcil, and the mcmlcrs generally nltcnil I t.tonenil are held from ttinc to lime, anil of particular'importance is there dealt with. 1'iiriiij; the Autumn the member.-- of (lie Hoard made iiuto dips to ihf Monarch mid Xoblcford Jislricls. and to the Ray- nioiul iunt Welling at the invitation of the fanners ami then1, anil we wore hospitably entertained by them and ifif'ir anil In all of dietrictS it Va.i plain Hint land would give good returns, hi a cry dry HWOII VO to 25 bushels of whyt wetu ire on feet depth or of pnrh Creator deptli may be mom- iniindi'il by the officer? of tho geological survey, tl al-o that in nrcr.s may as likely (o valnablf: coniniercin! by pticli means, preliminary should be taken 10 withdraw s.ucb area? from Icashi-i privileges, yo the aikflnUge? of the distoveriis may aicrnc lo the pvdilic treasury. the .11 lion of tin- board of tra'jc', the1 niliccrs df the survey carried out fin invc.-tigatiiin in which, wlicn followed in.i by nctiidl carried on by the Uominion government, discovered a most valuable field of 'some- the hund- red square miles in extent lo lie underlaid with artesian witter. the presence of wlnVli had not hitherto been smpeotcd. As ;i During llic year ,Mr. .1. liuasell Oliver who had fulfilled tiiO direct mull more than :IO wells have been drilled on farim of M'cTctniy fnr (wo years and Mri S. and in rural communities, in areas tl..'.t were poorly supplied ilitsc duties, with wati'i. v Vnliiabl'i discoveries also eontiniic; to lit made of i 4. but bv nature of the have lo fm carried out bv desires to record bis special thanks