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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR fpreaii outbreak ol BoJshevUra. The circumstances under which the convention, was held j-istlfy both the gathering and its pronouncement. Can- ada has ted a period of autocratic sovc-rmnc-ul. established for tho osten- sible purvwe of securing the- tetter centl-ict of our military effort and the _____ tram efficient carrying Of of ordinary Propri-lors and Publishers j public affairs. The sir Is ended, and THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT.: sufficient time has elapsed to JuuV LIMITED the government by the test of fact. uwmrn it was the boast of autocracy In 3Z3 6th Street South, Lethbrldge j u producei aiitc W. A. Buchanan I In mslsTa'nlss the military, strength 'ictbtmiw, Hlfertn DAILY AND WEEKLY TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1010 BBEWEIONEI and Managing Directcr John Torrance Busicess Manager TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1ZZ4 country and in the conduct of pisfihc affairs generally. CunaJa': locratic government can twast noiliiag but its inefficiency, ulst ihe carrying on ol military operaii CALGARY, January The first annual meel'ng of the i Alberts shareholders of the Co-operative CiO- Wort Growers, j ln luo eibibllion office, Mtmber Audit Bureau of .Ci Subscription Bally, delivered, ftr irask n.iily. delivered, year ......S Daily, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by mail per year to U.S.. 5 authoriiy to conUntto the sub- scription. GRAIN .GROWERS HAVE'HIGH IDEALS :The-sraia growers of Western Can- ana Suva, In -__ I defined to become one ot the great'J j osi'dbmrnercial organizations on thsl i cofitirient.' The educational and poll- ticil activities of tie Grain Growers particularly appealed to the tovesti- John He had previously a .number ignit gnited sfitW .with them, oa tfiinteTltiaV tie Grain Growers' bava leg- ____parallel c sir. iUacJJalsbnis particllirly. struci vHh the hearty co-operation he found 'j.-T existing nil the tranches of the Grain Growers' movement and lie that tfieytn-ere-all united In Urn Agriculture and -'.'.all employing .one.japer, the Grain Growerj: or- igan. -'jhlELremaykable.spirit of unari- 1. and barmony, he to grow. -i- He manufactur- in Baijirn CaniSa who criticized "the he does not give In hirr articles; the criticisms of- that' mamifaJdnrer. liaring the'CJrain' Growers with the WHAT DOCS "FREEDOM OF THE SEAS" REALLY MEAN? There has been a tot of rambling :alk lately about the freedom of the seas, and there were those who.pro- !essed to see a split between Great Bri- lain and U. S. brer 'the Issue at the peace conference. Latest cabled ad- vices Indicate that any -disagreement snipothed. over definition of freedpmlbf the HqweTer the -subject ot. the 'United hings In the -atiEfaeCorily- JcnowaliJe. "Most- things cm-just talk aboat as if you were acquainted, aai Uie peo- 1s rob to nod their heads as if hey cimprehen.led, and neither of ou know what it all means, and both f yon-are ashamed to say so. "Freedom of tie for injiai" t, and seen people excited over .nd nobody thinks It worth while to ____...... _ r-.t any fnie thai has not' b sen nilequat'-'ly dealt with by the company anJ ii.ore -artlcularly by the westorn directors. fiiere was considerable "anil n iitlle dissj-tisfsctiort in the han'dliug of the wool In the east from condition riih whir-h the western stock holders were not entirely in touch and not kept in touch, and this applied equally to the Email shipper wlio is accustomed -to got cash' for-his woo1 as well as to many of Uielarge ship- pers who had forty or-fifty th'ousanc dollars at stake. During the fall thi: condition was brought tb-thc alien tion of the central office and'eastern directors came west a meetin was'held at Regiaa, and the resul the opening of an oftlce-at-Ca gary. through which the local asso ciations would be kepl'fhofifiglily i 'touch with the progress se! The locar-associiAloii Is-not faT orable to'the contiriumg of it is' of (ice provided the western can b kept thoroughly ikUoncir witi the" o erations of the company and likewis provided that tie direct Influence o western interests inay fiod-ebtpresslo in the salesmanship roanagemen at ihe centrel office.. Alberta Delegates.. The province of Alberta is eutitle to five! delegates at the.Toronto mee ing of February. iTii.e direc-tara" f the year will tie named in Toronto li the Alherta 'delegates' present -.The meeting atiCalgary has endorsed, the return of Slessrs. Harier'add Benton to off ice-for next ycaf-. It may be possible that another direc- tor -will "be" secureoVfdr trTe province on neit hoard; '-The five dele- gates appointed to go'to Toronto. apo: J. W. Hafkar, R Colpman, A. W. Sharp aha J.: A. B. Campbell of Edmonton, alternate delegate in the case .of any of .the five named being attend. 'The department of agriculture A. Salvador- died on ght. The Influenza is still Friday prelty adJn-BIainuore, olthoush there are wer cases cow than since protluco a xyide ail; that U, when cald tail is hanging hrotjgh tlie bars and the lion cannot ;et at them with his paw, The real fact notwithstand- ing Great Britain's superiority CAIXJARVl-Jan, association for tHe.nurpose of together ifie-quallfied'ian! mtlkjinrl dairy Itisrfcctir in the" "ol and 3l others iipjdinf approvcil malters IpertaEning to. The nams.of n and I'aris trie cause of this fovftriment, which he regarded as be- ing democratic and also reprcsetitative "VVilliani llohenzollern, ihe former Gorman emperor, is greatly improved in health. -He Is able to walk in the castle the morning and afternoon. ID the erening he enjoys a parlor concert In the palace where three members of.his "suite perform on the piano, Canadian meat packers were in fercrice-with Sir Thomas Wblte, act- ing-premier and minister ol finance, over the situation created oy British of orders for Canadian meat products. The packers have large stocks of bacon and other meats on hand. iA famine price U regarded as probable. It was officially announced that Merdoc Martin, mayor of Jlontreal and'J. Gojselin, member of the legis lallve assembly for Mlss'lsqubl, hai been called to the'legislative councl of Quebec. The appointment of Na poleon Scgiun, Montreal, as a minis with'oat portfolio, _was also nounced. II LONDON, Jan. I'res dispatch vie Eipres naval correspondent stales that th inventor of the deplh chnrgo, whic was one of the most cftecllve Inve lions of the war, was an Kngllshma named H. J. Taylor, who -was lormc an instructor in inolnr car cm ncering at the Baltersea polylechni At the beginning of the war he sa some submarines maneuvrlng off t1" Isle of Wight when the Idea of water bomb occurred to htm. 1 worked on It till the following 51: and then submitted lo t admiralty. I weeks latci-i successful tria matle of hl.i invention, who At the Inaugural meeting of the lielie city council ia-motion civic ca the Kaiser. Tfie IlrlllEli fleet has been'ttoing its bit towards ,mafcing the v.-orld for democracy long be- fore President Wilson came on Ihe th'e peace conference at Parls'can" llniKptenty lo do In tlie way of abating nuisances without attnnpl- Infj to cripple tlie. arm of the best friend ftcc- nalloga have ever hail. were dcadllness soon became notorious. 4 fj tf tj tf fy ff o X BANK OF OTTAWA AND N, SCOTIA AMALGAMATE Ask your grocer to weigh a of Gold Soap. You will see thiifc vi: it is heavier than.rany of laundry soap at. Stand it'against the other cake, x. "You will see that ;v larger, Try Gold Soap.and V will also see that it works better, lasts Ibngef and is 'a real 1 it made in the ProcUr't Gambit ft al Hamilton, Conalti j of the. men of the I'ollsh natton. Po; jish nation councillors of Paris, wnlcll were strongly opposed to Oen. Pilaud- ski, have now been enlarged lo lake in retresentatlves groups, and each section will'have a rcpre sentativD In iho conference, wlille M fjerewrki, to Poland dl tho Instance of (lie Parlfe council, be" eoinos p'remier of ,r.' Mr. Ttote left for CObncI (il company wilh Dlshofis Cannon and l.amheih of tlie Mcihwya} Kp'iscopai Chur'cli of Caliicla, Ib in tliat country OTTAWA, Jail. Bgreemenl. subject lo ratified- tion .by the shareholders, has 'f been'entered Into by Ihe Bank of Nova Scotla'and the Hank ft' of Ottawa, whereby an a'malga- mation has been .arranged for 'f: tliMe two Instltu- 'f lioin. The basis' of tho'amal- gnmatloii Is thai Ihe Hank ot Js'ova Scotia ft 't four shares' of' stock every Jive sba Bank of Ollawi, held in ihe VISIT THCmTEREXTMO SIGHTS ON THE PACIFIC COAST ;