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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ;PAGE FOUR lUtbbrifrge, Hlbcrta BA1LY AND WEEKLY snd Publishers THE UETHBRIDGE H5RA1.D PRINT- i COMPANY, LIMITED strtit South, W. A. Buchanfn ftwident and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Office IJ52 Edltcriai Office 1H4 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. t Subscription Ralei: Dtliy, delivered, per weei .15 Daily, delivered, per year ......ST.iO Daily, by mail, per year ......J5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year by mail per year to U.S..J2.0D Bates of eiplrr o! subscriptions ap- dally oa address iabel. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is ear authority to continue the sub- scripUon. A REFLECTION ON THE'PRESS'OF CANADA Some queer things were done at the -Laurier Liberal convention at Calgary last week. For the delegates wished a UtUe" praise on the' min- arfes for Hoa. Frank Oliver and the Edmonton Bulletin, to a resolution 6t which the -following the .first clausft'.of the preamble daring the extremely cri- tScai period through which. Canada passing, the dally press'of Canada has utterly failed to give roico to those principles of for which the soldiers ot .Canada were CjcotinK and The Is quite plaia JW jiot oppose" Tjn toe goTermEent sad the Military Se- irice --utterly VaHed to gire to those principles at democracy for whlcfc Midlers Canada were 'AaT'MTrejwper wlfcb. was act knocking the govern at Ottawa for Its conduct ot the WM not democratic: I We rule tie majority, aojrhre oqe consid Out el tie cn ot Canada favored Union govern meat and the1 M.' S Act'there doWnt to de mach tig famous Te- ,ann Ismt either, one is blessed Witt tte i wonderful loyalty displayed fe-r ihe lady Trtw regiment marcfced thafiCTefr it oat of step oat 07 'J We leave it to the people Can wSetlier majority of Ctuda, has played a democratic part ta Uus We leave it to Haig'aBd and have nets Jit io comment on Ue part the of the Empire has played la bringing the -ns to a victorious conclusion. f and tha most enthusiastic aad optim- istic were surprised with the way tttt H turned out. And was really harpiohy! II wss U was a very fine iiel- tatioa of real thing. "It li harmonious all saM a friend of nJne who pro- i sent si the meeting, "hut you. know they at a V-ofonist in ttut He O-AS not so certain, whether he tooted the-u'-in taat funny wav, There, cnnaot be complete hi'r- Ecciv- while there is so much effort to have harmony. The writer appears to have put his fingers on die real cause o: the suc- cess of ihe convention he says: Beroad question, the outstanding feature of the neetteg. was th strength of the provincial govern meat. T'Mrt was no effort at main tainta 5 harmony no. of harmony In provincial.rtnks'D ciuso H was there. Mr. Cross.-v.a H also, bul hi took" little part tha -stair and sSowed no Tie premier iras In a somen-bat tr Ing yosltlon, but acquitted hlmse L strengUi'aEd dignity, and shov, ed that he IE the strongest public ma in the province and tajoy more personal popularity than an other man la Alberta at any time. 'It, is statue how .these, -cabine mSnistirs are everythluf, a prominent Calgary pro-Laurier lie. "U Isn't, right, way 1 cannot helped, It was tie dornlnatioh of the cial government that saved the silua tlon. U'-vrts the harmony machln iltraprdinerj-. The cabinet minister were not peacemakers as much they were disturbance preventers sat In the seat of authority in the resolution committee, and appliec the aio to any thing, that rooked like trouble. That.Isn't democratic, you say. i Perhaps not. It was-effective When Frank Oliver In reso- lutions .with a in the" iail, Uie> had i very effective treatment. They just cu the tall off From other re solutions of D more objsc'ioi able na lure the amputation of tie tail da o Behind th" ears Oilier re '0'itions Vere yckej out corap Vow aiiclster- had 10 j-nore rufl, rtv la tbtl cjn, fun other roerobei Thei Kerel) lomlnaled It he elves M the prorin R..S.BEAIIIE THE LETHBWDCE DAILY HICRAUi SIDELIGHTS ON THE CONVENTION In jolnf7 of numbers attending and enthusiasm displayed tha .convention ot Uuner Liberals at Calgary last week was a Whether It -will result, as those rwpon-ible for call ing it hope, in bringing the factions tofetter again remain- io be seen J One read between the lines to form an opinion oa that qaesiioo; The editor of the Uafonisl Liberal Cal AlherUa has down some of I opinions of on which i meed not coBraenL They are high ty interesting ana may explain some of the convealion which were ly 'o those depending on'press la for their He When remembered that oonrentloo was called by a partv wh'cii was disastrously hcaten in a eventful election, little less than ens year ago, a successful gath was and. its success not -without meaning It a difficult thing to place your deliberately, definitclyi and cor- rectly upon what may ta described featurra of a gathering of this There Is always some difficulty letting away from the sound of (he band The feature of a jtather orough-the united action of bare .-.that they caa'.-fie: justly, deal! with If you are1 not aireaov enrolled oin this active tody wilhout tu-i! er lelay aud assist in promolrog its ac- ivttle Agricultural Shew Several raat'ers wera brought up and thoroughly durns tbt oeeting on "Monday evening ir Iratton spoke of tie o Bow Island hold ng an ajHcullura The president believed tui with J400.000 worlh of gold Duluiage, McGregor, Kpliip, Oliver and from Ultaroil. Duluiage, McGregor, Kplii Carson. Mr. Chas. Swauson relumed on Tuesday after spending several ilays in .Medicine Hat Dr arrived from on tnday nnd is spending aajs in. this Friends will ha plwseil to learu o1 the conlinued prpjrMs o! Mr. John MorrUon, whq underwent an epflVa tion in the Medicine Hat hospital on Thursday. Mrs.': Morrison is o guest in town. Mr Thompson relumed ou Wed from Medicine Hat The of A'l Saints church te entertained at the home of -Mrs. Goo. RWgedale oa Thursday afternoon All members are request I to be, present. A very- delightful dance was girea" in honor of Mr. and .Mrs. Xoraan SlcN'Ight in- the Lancaster school' on rlda> evenfag 10 and Mrs. Dnncah Millar are re- ceiving congrtttulatiqns upon Iho birth of an infant daughter bora Monday, January 13. Mr 1 w Kurd has been m Ca'tarj for the The manr fr.ends ol Pie tuarutuH ui mil Mre. Isabel Carberry, a plouee- o Peel county, Onl., died at Braniuion sac SO years old and came to Can ada Kenneth. S. Duustan. Ontario man ager of the Belt Telephoue Co, Is th new president of Ite Toronjo hoard o 'wusl Ala dus Bob veteran Alaska pleased "o learn of his Hallfai be nm a! era e the lead In Canada" said an enthust astto proUaurier public man It did BO a Liberal Un IOD13L Jack Frost S'orm King' Mem lo hiv coma out second hest IB tieir annual offenoiye against Sun iy Southern Alberta zephyr There ara said to be only 000 wJ'ons of liquor in the which goet bone dry m one This is lost a gallon per head if tip T Farmers ParHaroenl of Alber la Is lo se-sion fn Edmonton this1 week, ft Is one of the outstanding convetrtlOTn of the year In Alberfi or In Canada for thai mailer The Jayrawisr Ridge correspond est la the Swtet Grass Advocate is respoaslblo tor Oils cheerful forecast on cf town of malfer size Indulga 'n an annual GS: cultural SHOT with hifhlr grahfi ni? fcuch an, fiihlbilon not only to eicite competiliou but realfi interest in comilumlj pro- re's The sugge-tion Is a good one and it is hoped (t will receive the lonslaerition that Is due it." The fof- lation at an adequate fire brigade as discussed u was finally decided he board should write the council nd.i if arrangenienv could not e completed for the "ajppolntment'ol peraianent Under present conditions no person feels directli >-e sponaible for the care ot the engine in caeo of fire The president brought the attention oE pre ent to the very generous gift of the skating rinks in towr donated by Mr Carlson assisted by other public spirited citizen's in his successful ven- ture; of .making Bow'Wand a more attractive place for our jouag and i plea ure spot for the cbll iren Mr Carlso-i's gilt was appreciated by those pr .lleged to enjoy its pleasures but the grati tude of every plttzen must go out to him and all who assl.led io anj way in making whole omc 2 plea sure possible for our joang people Sir Carlson has gnen Ins time and attention to the care ot the and In a number of ca es has presented liltie children skates fn order thsl the; were noi de aleil the pleasures c( thejr mites j President Bealtfe loiced the wlnli of the people at (he board of trade meeting Tie resisted that pub appreciation he given to Mr. Carl- Every (line tha tenov fam ana ou hare farmed It, ,tcoai, fbe at the the of hall ot time 'tolrd there was Iranhony tfiat WM At main feature cf cm BTiA tm AlfrA i 11 i, t (f .ue4n TJB80 very much real harmony, >ou get at lis vtong lima The world hopes the last great war been ftugiit and that there will itvjr egaln be need of conicription for rais'ag great armies But ibat tne allies won of conscription li tha belief of Major Oen K II CrowdT, whose laak It was ID pro- vide rnea for the U S army jvho eald jus' tho'oihcr day This war could never have teen I of A'" syaun, The i-- tvvkuiu vi inn strength of jartT la the province' Here wM .pArtf wtlch through had lead fiarjKg-pSM time corties oiatxiit jne uermans MOW that ttli ffeo of tho world bad not organized their oco noraw and mlj'tary resources on a na tltoaj eestt (ad 1Af 'that reason meant to make this waKa life'or den n Germany completely, mis i ot uur clll son and all who In any nay assisted him in presenting citizens the splendid gift ot two rinks.. The proposed municipal hosplta site was dlscus-eil u no 'definite arrtngemchlB in this connection, it at the town" council shbuh regarding this mailer whoa It Is hoped ulll be sble to purchase the balance of the.quar ler'.HJoinlng'tho public park. After a lengthy discussion reviewing the'road Improvements In thl? dis trictj the meeting was formally ad journed t Hlchard Reid al present en joying a holiday in Lethbrldge Mrs P W Brown f-ethbrldge entertained, a number of friends In- formally during tha dinner hour on Tuesday "Ur 111 Robertson of Calcsr> a visitor Thursday, Masonic Officer! T annual In.tallat'on of officers band concert on "Wednesday evenmi; m the Rex theatre hit the high spols more than once jt hegan on time had a record breaking crowd and was one ot aiid most enjojlble 'enjertainmehts ever riven w Taber The artuts were alj homo talent too and Ihe Edward K. Warren. "11 years ol Burcb a pioneer, died on- his farm near Lain beth. He was ninety-tour.years eld au a prpdlinenl'Mason. Julius Walerous. a pioneer" Indus trial mau of Branltord Ont, and pn of the founders of the Waterous fu gme orls Is dead Korl'unato Tudesco, a respecluu, Italian workman fa'Cuelith. was niur dereii almost at his own door abou midnight Saturday. i Rev. A. J. Vining. for the past sL years minister of College Street Bhp tfst Chiifch. Toronto, Is retiring on ac coa'nt of ill health. Arjchie Wiles, a prosperous young farmer ot Blanshard, died at his home Mitchell road, of pneumonia, following ah attack of. Influenza, al the age o" 37 years Pie. Derail! D.-ullard, a deserter from the 1st Depot tried by court martial at London, Ont, on December 30, was sentenced to two years in civl prison with hard labor. The Imperial Silver Badge, graulei 'o men who were honorably because of wounds or sickness after service In Fnglaad he granted on demobilization. While the remains of her son-in-law John Webber were being removed from the home m Waterloo, after the funeral service, Mrs, HermaVSchmidt passed'.away afler suffering para Ij-tic stroke i During the pastvear, m spile of Ihe Dntario T- "perance 4ct no fewer lhan 3 citizens faced the Beak In ttirongh as planned program went __ and advertised without any tinkering at the last moment The orerWre marches and waltze slven bv the band were ren dered with spirit -idd good taste'and mnch credit on. Mr their efficient leader A. baritone a and Irnja] fis Dorothy Me two nbej selections lo Ine The piece meeting of Knox church was held on antl'-p'assea :bff .most salisfactorily-after ioaal service conducted hy the pastor Rev. A'. Mr. John: Willara was elected chairman and" Mr. R.' G; Todd tecretar> Interesting ana en couraging reports were glvea'hy the auditors, the Sunday, school, the ses- sion the managing committee the Woman s Vis ionary Socletv 'the Christian Endeavor, the. Ladles' "Aid and file choir These showed thai bad been ktbe paet year tor current revenue and the. schemes of the was subscribed during the year over }30000u for the purchase, of a manse Me r Jlots, Anderson Frahken and Robinson were elected to. the managing board .for three years and Mr James for one1 year The auditors .appointed" were Messrs Munro and Fenlon Arrangements were made for holding a congregate ional social on Thursday, Jan. 30th'ahd Mr H P Munro was nimed couven or of a committee" of gentlemen to serviS the suppfr and Powejl con servi e suppr an owe ae resistance howorer for many in i venor of the program committee the adie nor o e program commee ce was the Scottish i Commlltee was also appointed ta ar in co Cume by Mra Percy Caplam A H Denoori of CTC..UB iue Vin mo contention oj ceeds ot the con ert after all expenses Tamter anJ Mr N Blue were met came to1 00 if] Newa While all Ihe'returnR'are-not.yet to hand fln-l the official count will hot lie mado till Jan yet ivallahte to indicate Ihil music be the fowl fei'loyc ana 61 good will, play on gelllcaieu, give us another such conccrtjla tho near fat j ngures arc iv Mrs MclcanofvVljrilpcglsvisitlnff Munielpal Hospital Scfcebe that her parents Mr and Mrs 1! Beard' roted opon on Frldir artpresent mi wUh-l-ism a (nolhrrds majority aktl h-is there larting a trip lo California next "Mon lore been defeated Tn'ij committee lay have1 hcen over confident Thej Died on Service i ihougnl all they had to S3) fo> Ihe On Mr sml "Mrj .liiloul i mftssge frorj in awn slating that their son, John 1 Rinloul of the 21sl Reserve Battalion and oi ouicers of tlje Masonic Lodge at this point gooti e a s pont ll lio heM In the lailje noms on 23 of ?s Red Crou veri siteting of (ho Cross So6ltly In Be rest rpwri in ttcinwdiiy after noon Tho nocWy gratefully aciftow B am shot t fngland nled on January 1st of .Msplnsitjs. His death must have letter co to England In September waere ho has sine's bctn In training i. Bram zhott-Camn.. He wa'a the member of a lhat wa.i on the point of being sent to franco when the arrotsllce ms C6ncludcil fin ago >t death ZO jears Ko. will he truly mourred by many (ik-mls (n falief' who had come lit eslecm Mm sterling character and his crtodesl manly hearing He an of thn Canada Coal Companj belong ca lo tkc Miners Band fit a member nf chufcti Mr aifd Mn John Wlllard returned from Manliato, had rural municipalities chanca (o in on a g hive for go tb It the ere Is j-bur thtng vou not been In vain A farmer once-tern to a real estate ageri'j- and ,ck.v, his farm A few daysfafterJ coijed from him, ualed Dec 52nd waras he was passing tht ol stated lie wn well and hopel coon lo flce 111. roads Mr Siirman Sprojile Nlurncd this neck from ho had called, W the serloat and do reports- a mlit j.- Tho annual fc flit l btnlset February lltti THE HOME or THE VICTROLA THE VICTROLA W.H tuake your home tttncllv'B tor your sons aoj Uaughters. .It you can enjoy your favorite music' whenever you wlsi. Vlctrola Kccords bring entertain-1 racnl, and education Into home Theio MsntUous records bring jh6 world's greatest urtlsU' right Into your family "circle; .VuVi-if EASY T6 VIOTHOLA. INVESTIGATE OUR PAY AS YOU ENJOV. Tkp follorlns records ajone lualta the Ictroli uona Aaving The Ixist thord MIM Marche Miniature Boston.Symphony 0. 045S1 ISB Back to Dixie (ullh' Chorus) Gluck .That's Why My Heart U Call- do Gogorta Oh, How i Hate to Get Up In the Morning Fields Oh, French Melila Somewhere a Voice is Calling (iVmtonTale) Helirew Melody (Achroii) Heifeta T456S MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIOCE .V( V.' V the Police Court at Toronlo on charges of drunkenness. In'1917, there were "drunk's" before" the court, A's de'tormfnalfbn to protect her 13 sear-old "daughter from an In sano rather declared to be the Mrs Jacaues Ulraudv Killed icr husband the iSilltonaire Emperor of Sahara f. -in their'home nt Westbury Capt, a iCnnadlin chaplain preached In St Margarets Westminster; at a memorial service for'-Cinadlans" who havi died n capllvliy, called for the creation of j permanent memorial which should not oilj bear the names of those mown buf be inscribed with a rlbute to the unknown dead. Toronlo Is now recelilog almost as much in on account of liquor irosecutlpns as it did in lOli on re 1 enue from liquor licenses The a mount .reported "as received from" fines mpotcd infractions of the O T A his year U ?I8 from liquor licen In 1313 503 1 ieuL Janits D ('ante of Toronlo nd Lieut, A Vates pf Ottawa re the two >oung Canadian birdmen' who Imie been Delected bv iho Bniish Ailmlraltj to 'carrj bj air route inem I iers of ihe Britl h Cabinet and Allied lenipotentiaTies between London and aris during the Peace Conference Sensational statements leading lo be eve that at leajl this witness was ihe Ictim of niflitery sharks in the 167th attallon recrtfited In Quebec district t the time of volunlarj enlistment ere nude before a court n ardal bv le Joseph Gagne ct CblcauUoj He aims he wis'hiade to enibrae a tiuni- ler of his pay checks', bul that his" of- cers In the 167th Battalion did not ay him the full amount of his checks. Arraigned on a-charge of having ade Improper ate of his physicians ploma to Issue pre crlptfans for Dr O N Qurdln r of Windsor was found guilty anil rrteretl to pay H tine of with 43 cosd Witnesses testiflei! lhal e accused had Issued the recprd reaking number of 1 firescrtpftonE 1 ot them calling for liquor In ihe onlh of December-last. BLAIRMORE (From the At a well attended meeting of the war veterans held In the.Union halt at Frank, on Sunday afternoon, a cal branch of Oreaf ans Association organltca Wai-, tcr Howe, lata- elected and- C.' tern. i Dr Beeman 'of Maerathf accept-- ed the "position ot medical practitionor- In Bihlrniorti under arrangement with' Dr Oliver Dr Beemon has recently-; returneil from overseas he had1, Considerable ejperlence and ed good service n Ith the arm> cal cbrns Dr Beeman ulih his llv occupy the McDonald lal in Acst Dlairmore The doctor rived on Tuesday ana hss A lull grown (Imber wolf was shot neav Thcdfordfon Sitodai For __ Carter's Littie LiverPais will you right OV6T night Purdjf Carter1sIronPiIls It "Smells Clean" Ivory Soap "smells This best describes its otlof, It clean be- cause it i? pure and good Artificial perfume could add nothing to its desir- _ i You do not tire of Like the' sftcct fragrance of the meadow, it is natural andJunokrusKyi'suggcsting the nigh quality and purity of iiaid m its