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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY MONDAY, JANUARY ,etbbviboe proprlitori and Publlitura HE UETHBRIDGEHERAUO PRINT- ING COMPANY. LIMITED 123 SVh Street South, Lelht.ri.iS! YV. A. Buchanan sMeurana ia I TELEPHONES Office dltoriai Office I opportunity to Judge Just how (ar the Industry needed tho protection of, the arlft. This is the ttaf of reconstruction n Canada, acd tho wise man In both east scd will hate to consider Ihe question ot tariff on its merits. feel! he nude mere just, Canadian! must get away rrora tbe old Unlns up with lhe' prottctloniiU or Ihe free traders "lit their fathers did. We must fcnow when in Industry stand on all fours, we must inow tho needs of the country In the way of imports and then must act accord- ingly- RICKED UP IN .SSING FOIl TUE UCSY MAN Manitoba kas formed association. goat teroft in the he hsd to with 'ob when ho said, e-.t my morael alone." He wanted (Thereto share It with him. There people in the city who are spirit- T. Vie other wr-jaallv starving to ileath. but bwauso iver in this, n In I a ether aw llloso who vices nrver allowed 10 __j Jm meeting audience U MUI j j Audit Bureau of Circulation. -Subscription .Ratet: vUr ttilri'bv1 mail, per year VeeVly .by-mail, per year Veelty. by mail, per year to I It is that the Prince ot Wiles should marry an American girl. Let him wait until Leal) Year and bo C6n Bsve nls choice. Lelhbridge is WCH in ,he new Later party in the province Ton, city wore able to risht-lhroushana suffered to pass. It ma? be t.ie of personal experience. U mar be the relating of some great Urnta, ta and do not 'hurch do not believe in ism they are allowed lo Has Their Record There is not a man or a woman here, said Mr. Stephens ;a .aanv on aWress label. Accept- date i ,uf authority to .continue Ins J elect the party's president president. sub- VELCOME TO THE -v ;BEAT: WAR VETERANS .LethbrWse is today entenaimns or "ins first time a convention oi :ha Great Yelerans of Use pror- oVa particular sin. or. th scrtptioii are rrmsnetir srn r mis likeable. __ ..____ I ona'net. wai to Job ho withstood him. lie Hnlirfd ihst he was making a record (or on In'their at-lhijh. Tlw idea ot nnX'.ng ''Hoards tor "iiiui. I his subjerl for speaking 10 tho people _ The cblel stocihoMer In the Chi- caso Xationsl League Baseoall club has taken out a million Jollar Ufa insurance policy. Ho must be anticipat- ing deatb on the dUmoml. that welcome. TbV problem o! .reconstruction most important undertii 'au'vear. The prob'.em o! leeoastruc- i Hon "is really lhe o! the re- j mrnea soldier. That is why coaren- Uons'oi the nature ot that heing held j here'this important. Fran 'the deliberations must como Uis lead by :wfeien civilians may learn the na- ture" of: the task before lhe meet." Public opinion, on which gov- i province1'depend so much for suid-; 'anoe, 'is "moulded hy the deliberations 'ail'thV conclusions si "the veterans of-the great war in convention. Tis country's action on such matUrs as ipensions, land settlement and1 em- ployment is therefore dependent lo a 'great-extent on the convention oeinr i Eates'appreciate their respcnaiWlities MA'this-regard-not only-to their com- With Alberta labor men voting an Increase in the alcoholic percentage in beer anJ Saskatchewan grain growers protesting against any relaistion tn liquor liwf, .the pros- pect ot the "wets" getting back to old conditions is tar from brisht- John .t elforts. God. 1 from tht heart. Tn His love particular class came out In the recoru. It got fullness abandonee of l 13! what- Is I ibT reproduction. Whatever we put (is'on our life's record will be repro ti.o record bccri in heaven i-ill be Judged out of liia according to what his. o The BoUhevifci Kussia stem to b to set up a class autocratic as eiif work. Hal bu Increased water SL Thomas is alarmed over an in (luenia outbreak. Since December 10. 191S. influenia has caused 236 deaths in Seattle. Tyrus Mahee, ot Slmcoe, Ont., dead in his 72nd year. Daniel McJlauaury. a SherbrooVe. Unfilled orders of lhe United Stales Steel Corporation ou Dee. 31 were 10.152 tons. i.otJ Beaverbrook may succeed Sir ico. Perloy as Canadian High Com- missioner in London. arrangements oro proceedihg at once for tlie of the proposed tuberculosis hospital at BoivneES. Trustee Ham'uly was elected chair man of tho Toronto board of educa- tion. Capt. Harry Nolatf son of the late P- J Nolai, cf Calgary, has been aivarucd the Military Cross tor brav- ery at the front. The-weather in South Alberta is will I that the Calgary an.il OTTAWA. Jju, Canada s paper tribunal will be busy for some days yel with the appeal of inanufact ureri" and publishers from Commit sioner I'ringle's price of {63 a Ion fo newsprint, there Is scheduled for In nea' future a tho pape tnanufact.urers thfniselves. The Vor Frances Pulp and Taper company is Ihls time the object ot attack, and Victor VI Mitchell has tiled a brief on behalf ot the AbitibI and SI. Mar- ton companies In appeal against the differential granted the Fort Frances eontnauy by Commissioner I'rmgle. The most Iniercsting part ofthis brief Is its criticism of lhe Ollawa govern- ment, which In October last passed all -ordcMn-council instructing tbe minister ot ciuloms to cut off the ex- port license of any company refusing lo comply with Controller Pringlo's ordc- as to payment as differential The hrlei describes this as "a drastic unconstitutional, unjust unfair remedy." It says thai "on Sept. !6. Iho very itay Mr. Pringle made the order filing the price of paper at 509 a Ion, representatives .of the Fort r the tovermuent Ve lusliOed? The ovorumenl wos using IlieVillaordi.i- ry powers vested iu the- oiecullve for vfar purposes only to asslsl a jirlvnW ompany to collect debts which were deputed and In respect of.wold, ap- peal, wefe pending udicbl rlbimal ot Its oWn creation. The- renv idy erauted au iulerfercucc with nternatlonal trade. Mills by Ihls arbitrary threat of (he goyernmeni. >o stop their liusluew. faced with lbe humiliating alternstlvA ol submiUiug lo a nianifesl Injustice or closing. ToUwiEiT WHHRE ILL Wonwn Lydia E. Uble Pertonal Experience. McLean. Neb.-" I want to mend Lydia E. CoropouBu. to all who sutttr rorn any functional dlsturBance, as it done good thaa all the doctor'a Frances "company walked .Into Mr. Prlngle's office' nr.il requested that Ihey be paid at once repre- senting tho 57 a ton .which bad been record in Germany -and having hard sled oTernment coua, the d They Fecm h be ian. millions snil mil- rals which only tone ot "Onward. sung by the choir Abbey, was here playcil hy a Victrola on the I can .lear. "tpiis the ,nelr lha, ,hey are record that will go out Immediately since taVlne it I t> flna i b giib trl and have ln health and srnth. My hus- bani and I both praise- your- med- icine to all suffering countrv club has announced winter golf tournament for tomorroxv. j S Mudie. of the firm ot Lindsay ard Mo'die barristers, died suddenly it' Prince Albert ot heart disease fol- forget that tbe world nas Just ceased lighting for democracy. covcry of more deep ledg' tho dis enoasl cen The state a. acre irrigation project, as; part of lhe reconstruction program in that part of the United States. And it i; llSely the scheme .-.rill BO through. Can Alberta afford to lag behind? Is there still a-German-menace to be faced! Capt. (Rev.) A- W. V'oods. of Winnipeg, who went overseas w.th HI. T.ittle Black Devils of that cil> inch fighting to supply the British Islt-s for turies. God has provided the sn I, urging storehouse. In the storehouse It urging j lhe mm who hoa rt, ,n wln go to ilious a, iUTl" controller complied ami No. 1, McLean, Ncbrasiav j-'V ately made n report to lhe This famous root and hert> wmMy, _ t1 Lorn- niulster of finance recommending tborily be for payment of the r24.045. Tho order wss approved by the'minister of flnimco'nrid confirmed Be com Profits, .U ;thls is true in the temporal worta. it ,s more true in the spiritual world. There is. went on the evangelist, too often made by Ihosa wno in tho work ot Christianity. Will EO tO di.v. The verv Bible that 1 hold -contains the records ot. men and women who lived 6600 years after the recreation is i of the worM." If Eve In the garden t l'h 1 tnown that what she did on record to the world in much go o wou go the Bible, she would not have don what she did. II -Moses lad known that God was keeping a record he would have been more carelul and would not have allowed his temper to smote church e aes Thorn they represent, bnt to he whoie'cJtizen tafly.ot tie pro-rince, believes there is. In a He illustrated, his meaning ng statement made beforo the Grain Dy ,elUng of the early, days whence get the better of him- for water. H with David when he fell from 1 -y i grace with his sin with the wit Uriah. David, that marvellous Prince Albert, the second son ol his Maiestv King George V.. is now on the headquarters staff of the Cauad an corps. Frank If. YoungTpostmaster at Rev. elstoke since 1S92, died from heart du He was 6S years old and came from Vancouver twenty-Bye years ago. order naming" P. B- Connors, oi Chicago, receiver oi the Spotano and inland Empire Railroad company, was filed In United States district court The senate ot the California legis lalure voted lo ratify .the national pro Mbition amendment. The vole WES to H. the minister of finance by order-ln-council Sept. 20. so Fort Frances company got their J7 n ton nearly two mouths before the er mills, although lhe loiter were Just as much entitled lo receive Ihelr money Sopt. 30 and many of Ihem had In the meantime made repeated re quests lo lhe controller for payment low can the action of Ihe controller Int3 lamuua iwt Lydia E. Pinknam's VegeUbta Com- pound, has been restoring women of America lo health for rnore Uiaa forly years and it will well pay any woman whe Milers trom' flammation, ulceratlon, jrrejularitiej, headaches, nervousness or blues" give remedy a trial For ipecial tofgestioni In regard to vour ailment E. PinlthBtn Medicine Co., I.ynn, Mass. Tha result ofilaloneeiperiencsijalyouriervice. SfeOARD OF TRADE SFOLLOWS RIGHT LINES -The Board of Trade made wlss "'choice-ana paid a. handsome tribute to 1th e. man KBO has done jo much for and district in so many 3-rfoy3 'vyben oo Friday erening it nam Mamoch as president ot the organization lor tie riitii success ir -Curing the years Sir. Marnoch ha at'tbe head of tho board, th a oreiDiKtioo, whilo, no has been along Jandi- of- tha Growers 'convention at Brandon tha other daf he said: "Do vou think we are done with Germany? We are not done with them. We have overlooked the beast m our midst. Russia overlooked tie beast, poor Russia, and see what she has paid. Britain, overlooked them and and wonderful man who hear and lion and, as boy I .The Alberts government has decided the to place an agricultural school at Youngstoivn, in nome -is brother, who was strong swimmer. He stayed close to the bank making a great Bplash and, that his toe always taking care----- touched bottom, called out to mid-stream tn see Ir n m- nB. one day his brother took B and ,n a watcr on ms n S, sheathe delate of his _ his brother ten feet "njental lines. There have been no wild i'iltempts to secure for Lethbridee new which, for basic reasons, not be a success here. But no has been overlooked to "ijyanco the agricultural Interests of !the district, to hnlld up the fonnda- itlpn so that when Ihe time comes the Telly and district wltl have the popula- tion and the financial soundness to "attract Industries i'n tha way ot paoV i-lng plants, stock yards, mills ;.io( olher Industries bnllt on. the fnn- 'iamenta! Industry ot the district. just at tbe present time the board UD IKU Dlalt.j and very nearly paid-for her Wind- ness, and Canrfa pay doarly' if she js not wide awake. "I -aid the world is not done with Germany. It will take Germany 20 years to restore her man power, and then Ehe will try again to dominate lie world. I say the can restorelhat man power In twenty years There Is something I want to say. I hardly lite to it in a mined audience, but K should Da raid, and I will venture. During the past two years all Germany has been turned Into a human stock- breeding farm. There Is proof, thera ls documentary proof, ot proclamation that every woman ot suitable age, hs she maid, wife or widow, mast become a mother, legally or illegally. There is behind this more than its immoralify, and It is the determination to once again attempt the mastery ot the world, and they will attempt it If the men at the peace conference dp not frame conditions which will rend er Germany powerless to again at tempt military domination, and the} emf m o[ ine peace conference will Btagn away making a face at him. In his effort to save himself he found that he could swim. What., professing Christians want is a good ductani; to teach Ihem to really swim for Gcd. The woods are full In I.ethbridge of those who only go half-way in Christian work and effort God does not want teacup religion. great many people, Bald Mr. Stephens, have no lives bnt bad livers. They need to link up their driniing UPS ot Christianity 'with the great eservotr of the Holy 'Spirit.- Lots f people think that- they are dying. They are cemetery Christiana: 'we want an abundance of life In the work giant .ra'the.cocoanut Between tho zm'ps Here the" preached some pcopleifoond fanlt'witb. that utisavory milters siicHfas David 3 adultery were recorded. :-But when God writes about'ffien He, puts down everything.: David had' a horrible discord on his record. Discords There are those in U'lhbriflge who are making'a'discord on Ihejr records, who have .made, their, money, who have no for sport around the town as if Ihey. wefe tho only fellows. In lhe m'atter of. re- cords that'would never :have been made had they only inpwiirthey yould YOUngSlOUn, 111 im; on the Goose Lake line ot the C. K. Charles Soil, a miller, ot Thorndsle, was killed this morning through be- ing drawn into the beltiag-of machm- ory-at his plant. He leaves his and four daughters. At' the provincial school inspectors' convention at Edmonton, Hon. Mr. Bovle ei-minisler of education, now attorney-general, was presented with a club bag and a gold-headed cane. Col C W. Peck, V.C., M.C., enterec the German cily ot Cologne, carried triumphantly high on the shoulders of the men of his battalion, according lo word received in Prince Rupert, 111 nt tin aDuuQB.Qcc ui uns r God There has been HO joy In records of the saints and martyrs he loves ot some because the Holy who suffered for Christ Spirit has not dwelt in them. cannot love one another truly '.uu- BSS we have the love of God in us. f'this was manifest'in Letnoridge "railway lines Ihroush settled ror- :tlo'ns of the connlry being 'aouitht. U the board Ij able to carry put this program, and the prospects 'are now bright, it will have dona e. work. That Ii why every man In: i'Jhe city who has the interests of the community at heart, should come to financial assistance of the organ- liallon this year. There should he no .'Blackera In this time of reconstruc-1 larly Eh on with ILaUe UiUl VUIJ r he preservod, there was Peter who de nlcd Christ. The servant girl fright cned Teler. It will laie leas than that to frighten some In Lcthbndge and yet they, say they don't believe in evangelism. There are great re- cords as those of Daniel, Esther and Ruth. Hebrews II. is a chapter of records, and tttere are the inspiring" home town. There are records we ought to make, continued Mr. Stephens; first, our open confession of Jesus. The reason Ipls of men are not. true Chrls- Hon O. n. Mitchell, Alberta, treas urer makes the announcement tha tha province of Alberta Is calling fo Tenders for tho purchase of in 20-year provincial bonds, bearln interest at SVi.per cent. A legacy of to hi.3 grandso the infaiit child of Captain Archlba Roosevelt, son of lhe former preslden is containsjil in lhe will of Thomas Lockwood, The money is to be held trust until the legatee reaches the a of 25 years. (From Our Own H COALDALB, Jan. whole community was saddened by news ni lit., nl'nrllTnE of OUT here wouhj heen-girls reclaim-'lions is' not because of unbelief id ed from a life of hell; the red llghtfChristianity and the Bible but be- district would have been put away. J'cause they arc to confer God only knows how many lives Christ openly. The man who makes have been saved from being fun of who gives himself to God "arteS "oV much spread ol disease is low.down, low and below the Mid have arrested, how much Ftambrd of courtesy. 'If you don t the effect on Infants yet '.inborn want to come to Coil yourselt, I l.f tJVi. Lhe! the other fellow alone." Trier 'the record of service to Jesus. T----- s need of workers everywhere. There s Iho record of kin-1 ilceria. It Is illus- by the man whom Dr. Park- Klreet car Ihouurj tie- was only n pas- senger. He explained his action by raying that he used his oil can for taking trie, squeak out of everything in the town. Tliero is the record of using our money for the cause of C'iirislSanity. There are the recorde leave would spared." Like lie! There is (hit diffuses its power to lhe 'the record of service to Jesus. There engine insi rhrU- .vnrvirhori- There cars behind it, If we are live Cnris tians with the power of the Holy Spirit within as, we 'can influence others and be power for good. "May oers God grant lhat lhe people of I.eth- have life and have more abundantly." Evening Service The suhject of the revival servir.e on Sunday evening was "Democratic church inslilulions with more warmth and less holy and a continuallon ot Union 'government, are two things Canada needs to receive and assimilate tho thousands of returning war veteran, Tte-v. (Rapt.) Lawrence Skey told the Klwanls Club In an address at Toronto Lord and Lady Aberdeen, whose names were mentioned in connection .with an Investigation by lhe dlstrlc attorney's office for alleged given last May Naturally Pleasing is naturally pleasing. It contains nothing but the purest of rials, thoroughly .refined. There is no free alkali to irritate the skin or injure. delicate fabrics; no free oil to make: rinsing It is fragrant with the' clean, natural odor of its high quality' ingredients. "You will like Ivory Seap. IVORY SOAP Mail in f recta t Htmlllon, Caiadi IlltlH E.ITI.-IJ iwi. T. benofll of llie Child Welfare lion ol England and Ireland In New York, have been completely exonera of courageous When our.re- ed. mat tor my faithful wife, ilum I? Ih Oh, Rum! Hum! .iciu PBteemeu jenow lh., hlKtorv of Iconln come out, now asnanicu sujim on Sal.ir.lay Ihere were short, ai 'NEW rnavid.on. After a brave struggle wilti, one. At no_ lime in. n w J to v.ilnjo for have drlvKC5 by Mr, wul 'Sin. SlephcTi [pJJiTARIFr QUESTION he passed away In the Gall I.canibe L-uh an opan alf meeting or Fltt 51 It- lion. (Robert- Roger, spoie hospital. His thc ro- Ureet Immediately after. Al th merely for lhe I deon. arrived from his vijlt to 1 Up- to the records of bin. He-pro- ,.hllren Iho booster choir of boys, an Political when h, hr M rery diced ihc b .of t. j girl, gavo some beautiful singing. t ii. miniifflrt nUUl, rnr- IVifv I inin ti-Vin JHI.'IUU 111 JllU 1 slated Ms belief that the manufact- leaTe, twn 8i5ief3 In tlOUT at utruBiuc. leaves two sisters In Illinois, but both parents died some years ago. the ulmort. and the ushers na.l a very jtiuceu me husy time tn finding for iheiman who had spcnl SHi.fOO In a me crowd that thronged In. The My of sin: It camo tr, him at a m sMon. and IhF- gallery of Ine church wer.; ary mettme in Toronto. On the bll parted even with some esln thwn. was "Hen-are of women and wine pacKeu Lieu u an as- written hy OKC. anil these words, BLOOD POISONING Canada should be pat on all fours with j A water iiseri 'jhV'mWfactnrers of the United th. oo or, V .1 ITtilfaA ttlfl SCnODl un uui, -n- the .manufacturers of the Witt yet o( the pi SlateJ, he showed a chango of lean j i scmhly that woul which Indicates that he understands school soup venture Is pro- Uncouraged any i ._. m.. a v ftfiA tHfrc.'m hv the fOrt- 11, n the needs ot the west. The people of iomtl nc-ar llic T. k II. Itallroarl was oyay. ,hc Mr. While, lhe new bank n cold sores, canker sores, earache and "This pajinr I leave whore my bnrly will lie fnnnrl.. I sdcrJ, curve wfiern I cannot Its tc'eft nntlf too oiuacnc. it from druggist: for 30 ThelverifreenNorthwest Irentes TOU ihisYfinter v. few hours to the west of you is a land of mild salt breezes, green forests and beautiful, Now this winter, in your rest time, rec- reation and inspiration are offered-you'in THE GRfAT PACIfIC NORTHWEST Mr, way. ft' protected hy a tariff after h ceases to need it. and arts '.hat "all corporations engaged in manufacture of products protect- til by the cuitoms tariff he_ obllg- to publish annually .compreiitnslve end accurate ulalcmenta of their tarn- -j' Ti' would give the people an 1 n3S liow Dccome a jiyrinniiciJi. I among us. hoite that he will feel at home and make himself one of P t are inlllfle'd or not.'o.i-< that they would get to EOod from fortifier! myseir will, plenty of Vhlch I bought lit lhe naloon you II 'ceiiae. I have hut one regret, and cents. spe liave sick er Just try Wizard pleasant little pink pills, 3d You will find that money in .improving your health wid broadening your outlook is well As you enjoy the amusemenlii ord study the duilrles in lhe lrn'3 leiillory of uriltalled .T t you go about In refreshingly mild tern- ptrtturn by train, automobile and boat, you will get a sense of strength and enthusiasm thtt will abundantly repay any expenditure of'time, and money you may, mtVe, Write to us for any Information. Pacific Horlhwest Touritt AMI. I- C. Smith Building ctrt Ifam lilr'j nenlli fn At yftr in th Evtryt..., till fnul all-yitr-raund in tht WirlJ, ;