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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETironiDGE -.DAILY HF.n.YLD WEDNESDAY, JANUAUY 15, 1910 Ube l.etbbvibcje Tbevalfc ..ictbimsoc, Hilxrta I DAILY AND WEEKLY 11'ate.i sn.1 sive'.erated. Journe> Africa E-Jil. which are -jut ter tor long consideration. bj- llw busy man it (he espouse of a dav's time. Principal and Ml. where thfy uovr wl MgvnenleJ Proprietors and PubllEhirl UETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- INO COMPANY. LIMBED i" 623 6th Street Soufn, Ls W. A. Buchanan President and MinsgrnS Director nr ihree dav.s of plwkins t-c Join Torranca Business "3 lie sho.-l tir s.iry u. iaswK'l iheir raw niAteruls it the (COST1SDED KHOM FRONT PAOE) TELEPHONES Business OKics Office 1252 1224 Mtitibtr Audit Bureau of Circulations. Suticrlpticn Raws: Daily, delivered. .vj Daily, delivered. jea.......' .nlsiV.F" Yfeekly. by nia-J, Weekly, to mall, per year Le-.tb.-iJsc list they tlie banner I'rar.ch of their as- s-eiacvpn in this province. Nothing The oM town spirit! On the osilcm ot Corcraie salary of s stenographer to be. if a male, a returned so'.dier. or, if a male, by preference tlve widow of a was fixed at Tie discussion on the raise of the ?r capita fee lo meet the cow expen- iture raised a ripple in the discus- ion. In submi'.tics the Oregon is considering law requir- io.5 coKpttlscry voting, Srokes "rr.in Rcviaw thinks this is i-arr uemocracy a little too far. as label. Accept- s alter eipiration date Is pear dalli- ance ot papers---- authority lo continue script ion. pur ONE REASON FOR THE DELAY The statement is oft times beard thit in o Dominion government Is very flow in -nndertaMag schemes for_ra- ccqstrectlon whien would do much to provide work which. would help ab- sorb turned soldiers. Sometimes the criticism Is in: order, but there when it is not applicable. {This wis-pointed out the diher day by Stains TiWer when he said: -regard to reconstruction .ntiyiimportant and effectual me-hoSs beeta taken by the government 5nce the armistice, and others which eislative sanction and a long way to meet rvKiairemeals. He read the n-erobership oJ the Calgary local as This brousht Comrade StarKo, ol Edmonton, io his feet. He express- ed'himself surprised at the figures and wished to Know liow they.tallled with number on lie- roll ot 1COO as given last October. Delegate Waistall of Calgary, ex- plained, that It was Quite possible that all the 'members on the roll in Octo- ber were not in. the pres- ent time. Comrade Starkie replied that even if this were to those who lately returned up tor the absentees. The situation was pre- vented from" becoming a disagreeable one by Comrade -McKenile.' saying that it -was unfortunate the mat- tho U. S. Mayor McBride, labor, was rd ia Branlford over i-x-Mayor J. ISowlby. A. J. Ovibagan mayor o! 1 Woodstock in n close contest with ex Mayor Robson and AW. Kemp. Stratford elected I.ieut.-Col. J. Youngs. M.C., as its mayor. Thre labor aldenneii were elrtcd. Niagara Falls voted to take over it privately owned street railway as municipal enlerprise. Mayor Platt ot Belleville, was lecied over C. Mikel, K.C., by 21 majority. lent "immediately alter the session Is coming session of parliament Is introduced giving the government power to act and when estimates covering the -work Trill be ..paVsedSmi tell how.far the Dominion government is prepared to go in tha of a oonEtruction program. Until the'n critics should bear in mfnd the: ilmllatibns of tha power in launching schemes which have been suggested from-every quarter. PUBLIC INTEREST ''__ SHOULD BE AROUSED "Them was the days." Ever hear an old timer spring that one? And iio 'tronder.; :liislen to this from nn about the days tetore Sjbne-dryness-.was- tie-fashion: I was in o? the Eenaie. in Boise when-a member in- troduced a yery mild measure curb- ing the liqnor interests a small fra'c- tiqhiahead of "wide that Idaho tad. There was a decid- shock among the menibers of that bfidy as though some tragic "event alxint to be sprang upon .them, iliit tie Hentenant governor, a Silver City saloqn-teeper, iras equal to tha occasion; with a broad grin he refer- red the oil! to the committee on irri- gation. This relieved the situation and the mongers breathed easier. All -were snfe.it -was sent to its final sleep. But Behold -what 20 years have wrought The '.old philosopher wad right: "Ths -world do move." ter of the Calgsry membership should be made to cause anything of. a con- tentious natore, and moving that the subject be dropped. :0'n motion- o! Comrade Nightingale-it was. agreed that the Incoming executive be asked to deal with it. The matter was brought up towards the end o( the session, and settled lo everybody's satisfaction b; Comrade Waislali stating that ..the figures were given in-good: faith', a: Ihe membership 'book was pot-in good shape ,aad the figures had to .be ar riVed at by what was .considered cor reel- stated that i it was discovered that the member in good slanding exceeded 1500 thcl dues to tha province! iT-snrfi'wouh be promiply met. In-thls ha' was warmly supported by Comrade Mnndy. On this Comrade Nightingale with- drew his motion. The number on the executive' 1s to be Sopt to eight In- future, f This in- cludes the president, two. .dents and five members representing live zones mapped .out; felt that the present representation jm the executive, with one member 'for each local, -would make it :cnmher5ome by the increase in the locals. -Further, the new plan was more economical .The new zones New 'Zones M edlcine To include as iCar east as the Saskatchewan' boundary. As Arlhur W. Yardon of Gait, dropped dead at his desk in the Goldie Me- Culloch Co.'s yard office. J. C. formerly manager of the Traders Bank al Sarnia, died in >ronto. Win. Clark, a veteran Hudson's Bay {actor, who bad irfed in or near Win- nipeg for GO years, is dead. Butler exported from Saskatche- wan last year was valued at a million and a quarter dollars. Ontario .purposes making inspection of teeth general in 411 the schools of The milftla department has announc- ed lhat post discharge pay cannot be assigned. A government llqapr vendor in FredericUmi to fill somr LONDOS, Jan. (Canadian, As- ilted The following have een gaielled as having won Ihe Mill- ary Cross: Lieutenants V. S. Ainsborougb, Ar- iilery; Albert Alleubach. Nova Scot- i; Jphu Alisson, Ontario; Andrew 6Slh battalion; Arthur An- 42ud Sidney Baldwin ledlcals. Lieutenant f. E. Baragara, Arlil- ery; R. Barbour. battalion: larry Christie, Xova Scatia; John Hartley. ISthtbattallon; Gordon Beat- le. Hth; Angus Bell. Hth batlalion; Bonn, !6th Edmouda- lilaise. 22nd; William Deehm. 20th battalion; G. Bandfleld. 19lh; AYilliam Brandley. 31st; Roy Browu. 116th; Captains Nell Black. Medicals; Hugh Ilrewer, 14th .liatlalldu; T. Brlsgs, Medicals; Kenneth Brauess. Princess Patricias; Charles 'Burroughs. BSth; Duncan Cameron. 27th battalion; Otl- bert Cameron. 27th; Herman Camer- on. Medicals; Peter Campbell. 16th battalion. Lleut.-Col. J. M. Carmichael; Lieut.- Col. George. Carter; LieuL-Col. John Christie, Princess Patricias; Lteut.- Col. John liurrough. Mounted RiBes; LleuL-Col. Thomas -Ball, 103th; Col. Wilfred Deuton, loth; Lieut- Col. Andre Devina, 22nd; Lieut-Col. Richard Dins more, 19th. Captnius John Crals, 27th; Alslle Croft, S5th; frank Crouk, ,20th; Jos. cph St Victor, 22nd; Victor Duclos. 24th; p. Dunham, 6Stb; Leonard Fras- er, 31st. Lieutenants Donald DLion, 50th; D. V. Dennis, Artillery; Thomas Dudley, Machine Guns; n. D. Edgar, 31st; George Farr, Engineers; James Fenswick, 115lh; guson, ISth; Frederick Fisher, James Fitzgerald, 19th; C. Flint, 49th; James No Smart or Burn Some soaps irritate thc'skin. Not Soaps that cause smarting and burning contain uncombined alkali. Ivory Soap does not contain uncombined alkali or harsh materials of any kind. There is positively nothing in a cake of Ivory Soap which could cause anyone the slightest discomfort. Get a cake next time you goito the grocery. IVORY SOAP PURE doctors' prescriptions they ha ,t All 'north'-of J Xanlonx ,to Rosebud; ,wesl to S-'Ci east Red Prpyinciat riding ..of Ids, Hed peer, alsoL Pan- Olds, okaj Stettler, C." and B. -tie branch out of -Red Walnwrightj- irfeat'deal mbre'altention, while -the ntoral standpoint, good clean (ipbrt-is-of. the greatest importance. At'the last session of the scho %d was recognUed and! have proceeded to make and :amend statutes by orders-In-coancil. They [.went so far .as to .p_ass an order-ln- cpuncil command'ing the military authorities to" disobey the rulings of the courts when such rulings were at intimation was given teat en effort i He ,jealt wlth ,OTr Treatment'of returned, soldiers; fran- and relations between Jrould be inaoe "during'the yeir to pay Vore altentlo'n'lo 'sn'psrvised sport in tie EChools.'lTiat Is a good lead, j capital and labor, .Irai tie mat- ter rest there., -is good for tie boys .and girls- ..during school years, it is' of even greater benefit fluring thV Wrmative period following develop- MORE COMINQ HOME Jan. advice received by th'e.AroIiitla de- .'ihat. Ihe sjeainer Empress, physical- develop- I ofBrilain Canadian soldiers inent is to and when -character on boa'rd lefl Liverpool for on utuub I the steamer "Pa cific Transport" collided .with the ferry .boat "Dartmouth." _ -_ iiiEC-Fisher, the- taxi driver whose car ran over, and killed Annie Craig: of Calgary, has been charged with .manslaughter. S. J. Lennard, minifaclurer, of Dun- das, was elected mayor.-after the hot- test eleclion .fight ever known in lhat lown. Vital EiatisUce "for the year show births in 'Chatham -tola! while the deaths total 302 and marriages 120. Sir Robert Borden has offered on ehalf of Canada to'advance 0 to purchase products for the amel- ration of distress in Rumania: The deputy minister of public works n Saskatchewan claims that the 'flu pidemic lias caused many new cases' f insanity. The fterald -seriously hopes that Lethbrid give sport a 'place In tie pro'grdni ot 'recons1niction.'_ We a mistake otherwise. Jan. are ra hoard II offic- cre, eo.Vadeti and ranka, 157'of which1 com'e to COMMfS'CIAL'.POSSIBtUTIES Of 'AtRPLAHE developed 'the aeroplane, stbjecl.to revliloni To.'avold hamllfa SUBJECT TO REVISION PARIS. Jan. representa- tion of (he varfOM natlona fa ,tha icler- allied'-confereiice; althoueh virtually arranged- as shbffn' list tbat bis Btlil lhit ttoh to .any naffonS, ..._ lion of whleh may be found advlsabii to- reduce, Ihe supreme council ha fioon -bVsigned? Tho for' which the I refrained from officially making pub an answer.' He Ihe tentative list Jia.pi! lie of W ihaf sine, can {h'row 'a little light jqn the ifufiri In a .recent-article In- the on tie commercial I" of.lhe airplane he ssys: will; with necessary internal rearrange- tn'onUj'1-mafe.useful commercial" .ve- cbnfeyancc, of goods knd. pJseehsera, the latter. IravelHng, Bl'x' or together, In .a rpomyr 16- 4 itally 'cabta.: 'will tte Sialls ill' hours whero. it. ''Tbey: will. travel from 'cpimt.fy, cbnlinenl'io continent. 'sjcstting their objectives fn direct lines, 'itQOring Ihe enfeebled barriers of bills iliil.wafc-n feiiiuitialtas dislances, and :Vffnging. to our the out- 's of our Emr-lre. In machines of Size no part cf Ihe Old is 'j '''Inaccessible, before, long Ihe anll- of the Alianttc wjll Jv brlhg'iJio ferrilor'es of the Americas 'it Iwlih'ln their reach. Trade will bo fact- "T1 ____ IvfUNICH, Jan. ialed The election today for members to Ihe Bav- arian conslitulional assembly carried off In an orderly winner., All political parties took part Ono of the features of: the election was Ibe heavy representation of women', es- pecially those 'belonging to the religious 'orders, who marched t'o the voting places.in groups. Ileturna at midnight indie- Farm In past, will be much In'eviiienca at the forthcoming U-- F. A. convention atj Eflmonlon- on January 22-21, and al-' ready the .execullvo have approved a large numb'er 'of important fesolutions which will-Je brought'. -4eforfe Iho meeting! 7 Ono of these Is lhat as-wonlen-are often deprived of. Iho proceeds of properly .for which.. lia.tPv tolled merely from a canrlcc-of''lhdir bus- bands, thstMho' lawsibe amended ao that the jbrnalufe. of the wife-shall be necejjary. U) all transfers of land properly.' "L Against Da'yliaht Saving The U. V. W. A. arc not at allfln favor ot tho daylight saving scheme, which they slate Is detrimental to the health of children as' It Was not >n easy mailer to get Hut lalle'r .to bed al 8 o'clock new lime, and a that the 'Majority-Social- lion earneslly pelitlons the-govern- inent to only ad6p( the old'system Ihroughout the year. Anolher matter that will bo brought forward Iho (luealion of Ihe Al. J. W. "Woods of Toronto, a member f the British war mission to the lin- ted been knighted. He Is bead of the Gordon, 'Mackay Co., wholesale drygoods.: After having served four months as mayor of Saull owing lo he regularly elected', mayor having resigned, Thos, Dean sought re-elec- tion but was dejeated by Aid. Geo. A. Boyd. IA Hamilton about 4.0 wi- ows found new husbands'in' Ihe pasl six months. Rcguialio'ns'provide lhat in the caso of wldpw.s re-niarrying IhS iiraisibri shall ce'ase, but a gralu- ily of 5480 Is Herbert Hicks, an-employee of the Halifax was.. arrested, charged with- stealini.TegisUircd'icsl- ters. Suspicions Werctverified by de- coy letters. He was sent to the pen for 5 pears. A movement to change tho name of Yellowstone park, America's grealest public pleasure ground and game re- serve, to Roosevelt park as a nation al memorial to Theodore IloOHevell was'slarled by Mayor. Harry Davia and leading citizens of Cleveland. Tho courtmartlal held at. Quobee decided that Capt. Goulet should no undergo trial before n court-martial whiio he is a defendant In a crinrina Capt. Coulet.'ls one parlies to the alleged mflltfa .cxemp ion scandal 'and has'ueen bound ovc to Ihe grand jury. A temporary ordei1 rcstralnlnj Gov William Stevens'from cortltyln Iho California .legislature's rallflci lion of the federal prohibition ament merit was Issued. Hearing was se for Jan. 20. The order Issued up- on'presentation of a grape grower berla govornmeiil passing a law lats would 51) per cent, of Ing the of ECh'drjl 'chil- Iho membc-rship of Ifio bly, Ihe Clericals and Confer- fj vatlTes 32 per cent, tho Dem- otrals 14 per cent, and the re- .maining 4 per cr-nt. scattered among various faclions. Tho Indcpendenl-Sc-chlials were beaten decisively, ff dren by leadbers "during -play hours compulsory, Oevelol) National Spirit In another resolution Iho depart- ment of educallon Is lo )ic requester] thai In view ot tho populalloir being composed of a course oi studies' should be placed fn the curriculum which will develop a national spirit. protest. Tho Influenza epidemic has made death list In Alberta. Of to January 7. Figures linve com- piled by (.he vital for each of the dlslricls alfecled by tho disease, and tlie totals afford a grim evidence o! the Beriousness of the epidemic during the-past throo, months. Tho largest' -number of deaths in any one place was 486 In Kdmonlon. Calgary's' folftl wan .532, and the two cities ''of'- Medlclno Ilat and repflrtcil r-'1 to- apecllvcly. cheil's wlto nu'd bis former mate's hus- Goodman, lOStli; D. Green, 16th; Don Gre'enboro, Md., at the home of their The bride was given away by her to livo at her'bpme in Neepawa :r ar married. Shear- satisfied with Mr.' Betcltell, a mother' also 'was persuaded Oio-'couplc wefd reimarjlpd Christmas day. __ Betchell had no children, but his for- ciell. ot East Jordan, Mich., was married to Mrs. Maria Gottwals, Be Sure to Get sealed package with WRIGLEYS upon it is a guarantee of quality. The largest chewing -sum factories in the world 7 the largest selling tium In the world: that is what WRKLEY5 means. SEALED TIGHT -KEPT RWHT The Flavour Lasts! ;