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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH THE LETHBHtnOfi DMLY HIWMJX JANUARY 1920 She letbbribflc tbetalb DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED 32h 6th Street South, Lethbridgt W. A. Buchanan President anil Managing Director John Tornnce Busings Manage: TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office 1252 1221 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .....I .15 Daily, delivered, per year 7.50 Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year lo U.S 2.00 Dales of expiry ot subscription ap- pear dally on address label. aaco of papers aficr cspiratlr.ri date U our authority to continue the, THE WHEAT BOARD AND THE U.F.A. Tuesday afternoon saw the first im- portant matter before tlie U.F.A. con- vention disposed of when President riliuiion. the pralriu provinces in Iho next jnuy have a dozen or more Kprefmuiive-s than at present. The basis of repLesenlation in Can- j nda is the pui'ulaiii'H of Quebec divid- "of I'uder llrltlsh North America Act l.MuMicr was given si-its in Ha basis ot population ie applied u> the of the Dominion. siiuiaiinp tlia! tJiu population oi eKv in the census year will be j B. compared with I'.OOS.Tli in i -tho fixed allotment of 65 scats thai I'wvmre will yield n unit oJ j. US 151. ail mci-eas? of nearly j There will he a loss of seals in On- 1 tario Nuva Si-otm, ami New Bruns- wioV. but not for the first time. On-! tarw a number of seal; niter the In the cuuniry and In humanity. Winnifred Oddfellows ami Me- tn'ktths Were Present Many Meetings in the Gas Metropolis Believe In Hod. in tho cliurch. The, some- thing arc uplifting Ihe world. Wo must lioh! onto tho T.-uth "I'roto all IhhiKs and believe. Unit which Is good." We alt get inspiration from the best thoughts Kiven to the world, bul should keep our own personality. Wo must live the Truth, Tho Truth ebould he personalized and enthroned in our being. Christ Is the Truth. To hold onto Christ und live by him by service in our everyday life, by love, kindness, good cheer, mid forgiveness is our greatest opportuniiy. Dr. Kerby lectured in the United Church on Monday evening on "Xa- lional Needs In Education and fit- IIOIV ISLAND. Jan iO--The Camp j Izenshiu." "in- tliris In-Ill I irst au-clins uf Mr. Murray entertained Ills girls' class of the United church S.S. at his ll'll ce'.ij-ns hut the basis of rerir Unon, while it fuves province rightful number (if is no' umsiJered fair as far the larger ii'1- year on Jan, 1'itti iransaclod Ir.eludins Hie lu.uic- on Saturday A very oVi'iinc o! a new fci-rvt.uy p'rvasanl evening was spent in jolly he by i followed by an impromptu centres art- concerned. In nianv casrs in-.'rson very khidly s-'cond lesson in first alii. The ladies' aid of the I'nlleil church i ...is on Jan. 15th. There was an ihe population 15 In-low Ihe unit at, Q, abom representation. 30.SIO as for Instance: North !lrm-e. Diilferin. 17.- 710: llrant. in.SMI; F.ast 17.- 59ri; Froi'.tenac. L'l.-.VU 'tirenviUe. llaltmi. Si.L'OS: Kast L'LIITS; Nortii Ilenfrew, IM.G17: Lennox and Ad'lilig- lon. Murskoha. North Ontario. 17.HI: South Oxford. U was decide. 1 to hold ft ciian- i program of songs and recitations. At il fire nn Tuesday. Jan. :oih. Dr. ihe close, of the program :i lemptiiiB iiie Kir's icpusi was served, and appreciation was expressed for the land hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Murray The Great War Veterans are to hold a iliinco in the hall on Vi veral visitors. T-.vo new luem- insl- Mrs. J. llruwn and Mrs. A. Miss Calder >s the gnest of C.anwon wore enrolled. The ladies: Miss Tlppelt. southeast of How voted thirty dollars to the suupori Island. ihe chun.h organ fund. licv. V. M.j Mr. S. Halpin. station asem at Coal Gilbert save a very helpful ulk mi i Wt Sunday at his nome. Ike missionary movement and the j Mr. R. A. Fisher, who has been snt uf r.iisslcnary work In every ferine from blood poisoning chnrch. At the close of Ihe program to be at work again. 1 Mr. and Mrs. James. Mr and Mrs Is able Quebec, including ArpenU ISagot. Hcllechasse. 15. W. Wood, who is also a member j "erlhier. Hrome. tho Canada Wheat Hoard, defended Jollette. 23.911: Kamouraska, .anratrle and Xauiervllle, L'lslel. i.utbiniere. the hoard from criiicisms levelled at it by U.P.A. inenihers who svere dis- K7'JC; 21.141' satisfied with the fixing of a mini- mum wheat price of per bushel, Port William basis, with the privilege of participation certificates to he cash- ed by farmers, selling wheat, if at the end of the crop year the price for Canadian wheat exceeds the mini- mum.. There has been a !ol of criti- cism levelled at the r.F.A. president for "allowing himself lo he used as the tool of the Canadian Covernmcnt In beating the Canadian fanners out ot the increased price for their wheat which it would Inive brought had it been sold in the open market in the usual may without government inter- ference." D. W. Warner of Edmon- ton was one of tlie chief critics of President Wood End the Canada Wheat but when ihe smoke had all cleared away President Wood came through with colors flying. Tho point is probably not uf so much Interest to Southern Alberta farmers for the reason that thoy had little wheat to sell from the 1913 crop, but as the wholo question of wheat price is one debated wherever farm- ers meet it may bo well to set fcrlh -gome of the arguments of Mr. Wood In combatting the attacks on him. The main argument ot" tho Wheat Board's critics was that wheat in Canada was fetching plus what- ever the- participation certificate might be worth, whilo U.S. farmers sailing Northern hnr.1 wheat were getting ?3 to 53.2.-, per bushel. That has been the hard nut to crack. The1 farmers wanted to know why the Wheat Hoard was noi selling Canada's hard wheat there while Ibe high prices were going, thus reaping a bcnefil of HO cents to il.lll per bushel for the Canadian farmer. Mr. Wood marie the answer easy ihe U.S. govern- ment put on an embargo against Can- Adian wheat anil the Canadian Wheat Hoard could not L-rjIl ii there without toeing ahle to ship it. That Is the big point tanners aie prone to forget. Tint in December la.il. when the small amount of hard raised by U.S. farmers and needed by U.S. mill- era to keep up their flonr standards had been exhausted, the L'.K, govern- ment took off tho cmkirgo, hoping that the Canada Wiical Thnini would rush its supplies In the I'.ri, market and thereby break tlir- galling Canada's at a low figure after the V'.S. farmers had sold all where j he hail been invi'.j'I by Iho nalttk-M l rxeciii've to speak nnd wnor; FOIHO I Ililiigs. in fact many things happened." I The'thlni; that's wrong Is that wo have two central The XT. P. A. political head undertook to toll tho U. P. A. president what he should say politically In the Cochrane elec- tion and also what he should not say. 1 was invited lo talk and I did and evidently what I said did not please all. Hut who the Same Hill undertook to take political action. We did. Where does any power In this organ- ization come from. Why, from this convention. We are going to carry on the U. F. A. Thoy can carry on the political action but wo must bavo a definition to defend us in our duties, and that definition is provided by Ihe amendment now before the conven- tion." U. F. A. Political President Privilege was accorled President McPherson of the political executive to speak. He made it very plain that he was not there lo defend himself j !Jy but only to furlaer tho interests of the j U. F. A. including tlie nnlftlcal inter-1 to onr Interests to in harmony The local U.F.-A. held their meeting in the Rest Hoom Saturday afternoon. M. Ueanbicr of Plainfield who has boon spending the winter in California returned home last Thursday. the u. FA" He went on to they have been visiting their danghte, province. He challenged President Wood or anyone else to point to one single public uttoranrfi where the U. J F. A. political executive had iricrl to When Sitting in a Draught brings a stiff neck or sore will find a swift remedy in Thermo- gene. It is astonishing in its action. It imme- diately brings soothing comfort, and gradually, by its influence on the deeper blood vessels, brings lasting relief. The stiff neck or sore throat is soon gone and forgotten. Thermogem Ready Relief in cases of Rheumatism, Ltanbago, Bronchitis, Neuralgia; Sciatica, Chest Colds, Sore Throats, Sprains, Mujcnlir Pains. Good, too, in casea of Pleurisy and Pnemnoqia, but also seek medkal advice. Medical authorities textiff to the great value of Tberaogead. At All SO cents Incraud by Vodenbroecfc, Ox madc t-r TW Tlramottm Co. Ltd., Lewis Yoiler was a Calgary visitor Sunday and at Ihe parsonage over'Sunday. Sunday and there j Mr. and Mrs. Cannlc Bnlyn arrivorl I "0 the big hole; f re. home Thursday afior spending a couple of months In Medicine Hat. Tho inslailallon nf officers of the 1.0.OT. loilge was held on Wcdnes- CAKMANGAY AND farmers can organize and co-operate day evening Mill insl. The following as promptly and effectively as their officers were elected l brethren who are huddled together on city streets." In Western Canada, while there arc a tow exceptions, representation in each constituency Is based very close- ly on the Quebec basis. The western cities in all instances have practically full representation for their popula- tion. The ni It is an good. i'ri arc ont'C more ha wind that Mows no llolfe. Carlson. J. Oliver. Treasurer C. Barlman. i llrolher Kishcr o! Winnifred lo'.lge conducted the installation. The incin- ers of lite Vvinnifi'jd I.O.O.F. anil llebokiiln were present. A short pro- gram follnu'iM] the Miss lies. sir; Hlntw rendered a solo and en- coro in her usual pleasing manner. Miss (.'aider delighted the audience stuff shlpperfoul of t to" "hal to say. The political there ust in thne to body, however, had not undcrtaKen to propogate any policy or propaganda which was not laid down In the plat- form of the Canadian council of og- rlcuHurc and by tho U. F. A. In con- vention. They had no right to do otherwise, lie admitted that they hail not always supported what President Wood had said in a. critical time like The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Low is riaito sick. CHAMPION TO HAVE SERIES OF DEBATES Tho Dutch appear io he in Ca llf-v. fir. Kfi iiy (.'algary. conduct- j plon nn Iliv Siinilriy iii Hit; I liouif: anrl Clinri'ii. lie cliosn for Ills :i'M-. 'liny llu: Tnuli anrl Sell il N'nl." Coaldnle is on tlie first rung of tin- j "lid "I am llir> Way and the Truth anrl With Ihe progress Ihe community making, there Is much that Mi's ahead of the village. Trade wiih Hiissla may reduce tin high cost oi living, is the opinion Ihe lirilish Food Cnnlrnllor. Kven ,'ifltT all has il uses KnlM-ris senses the siuialirm tin' l.irM." Tliilh br'comes mo-re vilirf rtnil iiinrti valiliiblc, '-vrriytlay of man's hi.-tniy. aro living in an of (Tltirjis.ru and invosligalion. 7'lin axioms of yr-slenlay are fhe fables of today. .Men do noi Ilielr falher's Iliem. 7hoy witli anthor- rhinp? i wanl sun i iry. Our (rue Iliem befoiyr one to spea first duly In generally Tnnli IP (tci ivhnt believe Tho first of the series litgli School debale. ar- ]f Princli'.'ils of in which Ilierfi prob- iii-'inhcrs of the schools of whom M'ill de- and tlirec in Chani-] sanio evening, on the plan. President of Sheppanl of Klralhcrma, .1. Lr.piiy of Whllr' Cinirl. Arch. Muir of Pro- vosl. anrl I'reslrl'i'jt .MclMn-rsDii nf the. Iiolitici'l oxeculivi! hoins In ll-ie Held. Messrs lllr-e. Shcppanl. Lumly anil MrThf-rsou wlthrlrr-w. It was ile- i rlrfcil to lakr- a Uallof on Thur.-'.iv j morninic at in "0 lo ilwidr; the r.tf.r- linn. Mr. Wiiurl in accepting nomin.a- i lion simply promlscr! !n glvo ht.i host enili-nvor.i lo Ihe (jfllio as in thrj Mr. Mnlr Indiral'id Hint. II was Hi.m for ii r-Jianire. anil alsn that Hie political asii'iriallon been wreck- ed. An iii1f'rf-stinir admission nniilo liy Wood during his BUSINESS LARGE AND SMALL This Hank is equipped to render complete bank- ing facilities lo individuals, partnerships and companies, large ami small. With branches throughout every province of Canada, and corres- in al! parts of the world, your banking business will handled with pro'.nplitudc and at the minimum of expense. Our facilities are at your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LUTHUIUDGK BRANCH, R. T. Brymncr, Manager. e s UK' series will lji> nn The inti'i'-Clul will pauif! hinii-' luniie plan. crop (a rice, when he. statoil In .in- tlie toams of wliicli: mt'r l" which'had bci'ti l wo members, nn tlie I ful.-itcd. thai he never In: hail lo tnh'iKg provincial [.ol- The llilr.l ii will be of an inter- town if there is tho nccossary- Inleresf lakcu. anil salisfactory plans; ran he wnitnl out. Those Inlereslwl In the debate might refer dither tn Mr. T. Conk or Mr, Mnnl- fold. On Itr-v. K. T. Cook and II. TMf( pulliits, r r.r Ciu-rnniiBay exchanged a fiays al anrl will rrturn to C'algiiry in a day or sri. Mr. KrI Aliildisoii on the on Snlunlay for a [wri weeks' visit fn anrl iilhrr priinls. A new scliodlli" has rl.-av.n iin for thf liiral curlers anil several Break Out anrl thieves break in. Don't risk first, or invite the second, by keeping money in the house. Put it in The Merchants where it will be safe from always earn interert at highest current rates. MERCHANTS BANK riwing to Iho adverse have broil already phvnd. !i oil by Mr. K injlllier was Kreot- laiRO U'llliainson is nirendlng if io nc.H'-i: ilin f-en.iral Irn- prnvement in Hie j.lay of Iho now nlnycri. Head Office OF BRANCH, llnncTies nlin nrd N if open Tueni.i CANADA EsUblijfMd R, J. DINNING, Hnttti ;