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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE UJTHBniDGE- DAILY HERALD' SATURDAY. JANUARY 25> 1919 She Xetbbrftge, aibccta DAILY AND WEEKLY a'.eat diffei-s ihat uudc-r adoption. in Cauadi. On the other hand, it 'In. i volves, here and there, a radical de- more peculiar to Australia. proprietors and Publishers 7HE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINT-; ING COMPANY, LIMITED r US 6th Street South, Lelhtfidgs j W.'A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Twrance Business Manage IGNORANCE REGARDING IRRIGATION PLANS Ard now It is the Edmonton Bulle- tin which fit to obKvl_ to schemes for Sou- jthera Alberta. It say.- J proposes. by way of provid- (or reiurujJ soldiers. TELEPHONES Business Office........... Editorial Office Is called a policy." Ban Oleomargarine The range of business wont from hero tj what r.ii-'.M bave been au rx- treruo ol subje.-t miner, wheu oleo-; margarine dealt with. It was felt 1 by those who spoiH1 on the matter ihit now the prixluci had been Intro-j i reduced lo surh a level that it would be a blow nt the dairyin; industry of the couutry, hilling hardest the women who manufactured buiter on ,0ur' O Jan. 'Jt Kepresenl- i? meant by this is dreinir.s I the firm, and the fotiowiu? and irrsating srU tracts. 1 was introduced, and carried: thus makes the lake battoms and j Whereas your committee appointed :_.. ueedin? to te irrigated Is many times atives from thlj to the U.P.A. convention boins he'd nlon Include Mr. J. A. Currlo tie Twelve-Mile Coulee local, d-Mf. J. Konnio from the Keho lo- l. No doubt' they will return full of onthusivm. from pear to be a EJmo from aud Ulry areas available tor setC-ement. I by tho executive u investigate iau i The idle laud in the prairie provinces effect the brlnsiug iu ol olcornarsar- i ine is having un tbe iiroduclion and j sale of b-Jltcr in ihls province with- sbn of auu itvikhtE ot.farreacbins decisions no dQubtt; ICKED UP IN ASSING fOll THK BUSY MAN ..sp'c-u Tbaf. they are engag what would ap- did convention. d in the discus- the (Tally, Dally, delivered, per yeir of mmt, ,n ditch. Daily, by null, per Vs drain swamps and more millions Weekly, by mail, per year .......l.Wj ot- m h innate Weekly, by mail, per year to P.S..18.M i a propMal SQ ridlclltons i thai it could cniy hsve found origin in autiorily to continue too sub scripllon. WEST IS SOLID FOR LOW TARIFF Tho Saskatchewan legislature, gov- ernment, opposition and soldier bars alike, has unanimously adopted a resolution calling upon the Drain- ion government 'to make ak immedi- ate drastic reduction in the tariff. This" follows the lines laid down by ihtrCansoisii Df Agriculture, and -by the provincial farmers' organ- izations nol only in the prairie prov- inces but also in the old province of Ontario. The fict that the Conservative mem- bers of the Saskatchewan legislature joined in support of the resolution is proof 'statement -we made the other day to the effect that many Con- servatives "in the west are most insist-, .cut on tariff reduction than are usary Liberals in tie easL Tee resolution also indicates that the wast'lj not going to lest on its cfars ln: the matter of the tariff. cr the eest 15 going to meet the west and .bring about a tariU reduction by ton ditches dug the returned soldiers would either hare found some othei means of making a livelihood or been starved out of the country-. However, the Bulletin answers itself in 'a very convincing manner in the same'coluTTEi of the same Issne when it says, with reference io the com- mandeering of se_ed oats: "When the oal crop failed last season in Southern Alberta, etc." We admit oal crop did fail. Other crops failed. Crops .will con- tinue to fail every few years in South- ern Alberta under present conditions. They fail In other countries. Farmers throw away a year of labor bringing about financial depression every few because of present conditions. yeaV we have had to ship hay from the north and ship our stock from the sonth to the north and the government Is helping to foot the hill. The reason is a drought condition. -we can overcome that recur- rence of drought years Irrigation add mutual ooa ent, a correspondhlg measure be now repeale-J, "and the manufacture r.nd gale in this country. Cattle Guards In the matter ol cstsls guards il was that.the government be asked to have the railway -acv so' amended that 'the pjefent style of guards will he declared illegal, there- by forcing the railway companies to Instal guards thai will turn stock, that the railway companies be made responsible for any damage caused IQ any stock within the.ir fences, and that the department ot Justice be ask- ed to send out an impartial inspector to report on these conditions and sec- ure payment for stock-that has been killed.' Irrigation Development Under the head ol railway and irri- gation development it was '.resolved that the convention urge the Domin- ion government to at once proceed to complete all railroad lines, .by con- necting feeders that-nave already M'jedo.os sud family, whom we reported last .week as being 111. arc. we iare happy to say, now_pro- sresslns'nlcely. A rholr Is ic. process cf formation at the Vnkm church. May it prove successful -and result in to the church and everybody concerned. Na- turally we expect such an organization to.'make a noise in the ,The regular lied Cross sewing meet- toK was held this week as usual at the residence of Sirs. Buchanan. This work has been much interrupted by the recent-ban'en meelinss but'it is hoped that-it will now he taken up with renewed' interest. The local Women's. Institute held an important organization meeting on Thursday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. c. S. Noble. The members preseut ftere Mesdames Bu- chanan, Burns, N'oble, Tackaberry, McDowell, Dalgleish, Harris and Miss Karris. The -following officers were elected for term: Presi- dent, Mrs. vice-pres., her ihaf the slie Mr. procedure be applied-to such applica- -rea Mrs Har- 1 lions tor water, either for domestic or irrigation purposes, the board :beiug commissioned to carry this -into ef- fect. In regard to land taiation the con- vention questioned .the wUdom of a fiscal policy that imposes Us main burden on land, usen" almosL esclus- ivelv for the produclioD.'pf .food. a'me'rid'ment asking' that a McEtiwelli.see.-trc-as.i Mrs. Har- Gilbert, Dal- eish and Tackaberry; Mrs. nilh and Jliss'paiTis; official dele- te, Mrs. splendid meeting members al! look for- ard to'a frniliul' year's work. J. a business visitor Lethbriage 'pii.Mbnday .of, 'this the farmers oV Southern- Alberta, i graduated tas on land hDlainsE.; even to do so. Thev-are willing to j'whe're the land was'cultivated Waf not 1L._ ,_ increase in direct taxes to make up, tte it is going to into a light between a high Ufltf casrand a low tariff west, j -with the ready to continue the itmggle until .time as rapidly in- creasing population puts the west in 1 power al Oftawa.: The-latter solniion -vould be disastrous, rbf-Canada .for il wonld result In aggravating 'a sec- j ticaal spirit, but the west has-.spoken and Uie answer the ANZACS ''_. 7 j muci the same position as Canada with regard to the problems of de-" wohllization says tlie Montreal Ga- lette in an infonnallve editorial. They have all onr probleras and some their own, while one "or two-wliich are tommbn to all, :such as ocean are accentuated in the case of the more distant Domin- Both 'Australia (aid New. Zea- 3aud have set themselves' this and'have worked out fairly comprehensive plans for the. re- eatahllshment of tho. soldier. Certain Original features.are presented in-the Australian proposals as described re- Sy Premier Hughes, and by General S'r John; (MoDash is in fa London. Much' has been igiven .to -the question of education, primary, and advanced. British uni- .versHies are opening tbelr doors to certain commer- cial industrial education Kill ateo provided, and in connection Ihe co-operation of British industries bftlng Mr. Hughes Is en- fleavorlng to nave British manufacldr- j industries fai In anticipatioa ot this enlarged i Jnarket for propos- fd (o fraln Aoslral.ians In British wort chops Another plan under consider- f, Is the. establishment in Great .Britain of government industries lor the' production of articles rejnlrad these Industries to alforf loyment to vAustralian soldiers sent Into -workshops In England leave ;thelr upils .under the sam par the-price, too. .-All they ask Ii that the 'gofermnebt undertake the wort; financing it either bV putting up ths monej-, which the farmers will ck, or ty guaranteeing the qt'lhe farmers so that the .far- mers 'irrigation can sell those bonds on the.open maVfeeL The farm- ers are not asking something for cbth; Ing-.' Thev are merely asking the'gpV: enunent in.unhJ' derUMng the of acres' of, luid close railways and' markets in order that farming be somewhat "farther rempred the gambling stage. It may -Balietla' lo laiack the prtoject for political par- PpBesj" But jf'.rjhe Edmonton BailetJn; cohld show Itfe iSbmiaioa goyernmenL a way to'prevent snch crop iailures as hit the north this year ojving-to frpst, It be a rery nal it'the Herald'or any other paper fence ted the project" ;fhe tJCiiigTcon- in Southern Alberta 'are- not calculated to recJalm waste order to provide land tor soldiers. These projects -will put established farmers. OB a solid footing, and at the same lime they will provide for much closer would .result in caring for many soldiers who wish For Both Sexes The women.who have splendid war: work'-in Europe ..vrere nol lorgolten in a resolution dealing with the returned 'soldiers when resolution asked that the Dqminlqn commandeer desirajjje Vacant land la the west held by spec- ulators at-the prices paid by; the land ment to war veterans of .bbQr'sexe.s. Guide, the convention believed thai Alberta.was not given'a-fair she in the amount of allowed'rjaws from thefts was some .discussion -.'the wisdom- o! Its ith tents: -V to go on And the spend rag of the required to tho irrigatjon'syate'rns noW-under consid- eration would help materially during the period of Teco'nEtruction. A execpiiye of the with complete ipform alion" of proce ealngs of meetings of directors iitlve was similar -fate met propoaals'for opening; bj- th United Grain Growers ".ol a wholesal I'store in Calgarj' to tbrough fti local unions, and the provisions i) free talent for .mcmtera ,6f ,th U. FV A. iri. plement companies. Auto Taxes A number of resolutions -for change In the tax Tim-1 automobile matting the tct -either.J5.vp as if eo an' annually for _ classes- 'oT moto receive supplementary state 33 lo enable them to Hva rjom- At tho _tlme the armistice jras signed ther.e Ve.-e 'nearly stldicra, muhltio.n' work- ,n Franf.e, Great Britain and The 191-Tiri'en.hive nearly, 11 jiot nil been repalriatcd. Seine .sir- thousand -were sent norr.fi. in Dc- and ten ,-io twenty .thousand (rill BO llil? month. General ifonaah )xpects lhat the homeward movement ft troops to Australia-will continue >ntil PLbruary, .On his retiirij Australia tho eoldier will pro- nded b'y'lno Commonwealth. Gnverri- pent with the opportunity' lit going Hie laml.or.lnle business. jf wlfl'be'nMcVl llrat'irrVcmfe respects uo jiian of re-catabjlsh- PINCHEK GREEK (From, the One of .the most representative gatheringa that .ever "wag gotten-, to- ;ether In Pincher Creek were pnjhand on Tuesday to attend the organiza- Jon meeting of tlie Pincher Greet dielrict board ol trade. Hugh' Shaw, M.E1., of Nanton, was >reeent- as TR-as our local .-Toem- jor J. Kemmls. Bolb promised .to. do. all in their power to help the district attain. and told of how much their hands vyere strengthened, when an organization Btich as was in the process of fdnba- tfon then was behind tfcem, resolution before the new or- ganization will be a request lo .the Federal government and also government to have 'the present C.N.R. grade completed "frphi Macleod to Pincher Creek so lliat'a dialrict in need o! a railroad will tie served. It -was mentioned" at the meeting that tho was cir- culating a vfilltton thai effect and It in expected that their, weigtifwhl bo added to Iriat of the resolution. A committee jvas appointed to com- plete the nrganliatlon, Thd a fine raeellng.on Saturday last tp consHer organising the whole district In one grand co-op- oratlFe effort; to sell together, buy work together and boM to- gether. provisional officers were elected arid the meeting adjourned to meet on of February in the vehicles, with transfer; fees ol cents, a change Jn tue division ,ot th money and their tabled, It was decided to lake up with th provincial government'the. adyisab Ity of enacting and putting Into fon an act providing for pVovincial inst ahce against damages to'crops' h hall, drought or frost, Iba amounts be paid on account of .losses byeith of the three elements to be limited costs of seed. The ban has Just been.raised from public meetings in SI. Catharines. King George decorted. Pte. Thomas UtcliettE, First Newfoundland Rest- meut, with the Victoria Cross. The sdi-year-oli sou of T. H. Clapp wes drowned In a cistern at Halfway, Stiiiltord. Thwe were 817 cheese factories op- erated in Eastern. Ontario in 191S.I twelve less than in 1S17. Hev. J. L. Stoat, pastor ot fr'glinton Baptist church, Toronto, has accepted a call to Hrst Baptist church Xt- iigara ilalts. Brakemaa John McOonald. Jlichi- gan Cenlral railway, was kilted by be- ing run over by a train in MonlroBe yards. A Walter Johnson, ot Grimsby. Ont.. who enlisted as a priTata, relurns frbtn the war as a captain with a mili- tary cross bar. Sirs: Helen Sill aunt of President Wilton, died et the age of 77 years. Mrs. Woodrow .was the sister ot Gen. Joshua Sill, after whom Fort Sill, Okla.t was named. James H. Hirons, a former member of Windsor police force, has been ap- pointed chlel ot police for Amherst- irarg, to succeed Chief A. J. Brooke r, resigned. John McLarty, -who for many years was one ot the best known engineers running out of London on the Grand Trunk, died at his home In London in his 72nd year. Former Queen (Emlle of Portugal, mother of former .King arrived In Spain, according ilf. S., C. 16' re cen U sad bereave- enl in trie loss .of bis brother here, as decided to California, e will be from Ihe jMrj eed to his'position' and will'shortly oye out tojthfrjtatA with his family. McJrSnf of the local dge of the Knights rijK, FiEhliarn, Spring.lllclge will be A meellng ha? bpen (allfid lor Sat- uj-day, Ffcb- the coonoll cliani- hbr p.m. -Ihe p'fjiorrniiig.'rt Great' War Volcrans ments are going adversely lor Ihe gov- trchlst'si. cauae is gaining many adherents In Lisbon and (3 rap-, lilly extending tlie field ot operations lo Ihf- north. The monarchy having lietn pro- cjaimed at'Louza Thiayo, Vllia Do Comic and il is that aotliiDE now can avfjrl cfv'if wiir. II. C.Cj'reen; Montalhettl J Morflicy, It, 9 N O R. N. (I., II. f'cron .1. HIS A Oren ler; H. X. V. 0., T. 3, Dawsoni V a., K. Eckmler; I A, Haralilon O.J.W. Kiirll'.tt. J.fl. Ilarrne IV ft., wan clotted (o KO ttjhe (Iran Ixlilge Calvary. Alia 'reiontativ'c of IJISIflilcrc ANGLICAN St. CyprtmV Chnreh Aw. SeirtK Rtv. Car-bn V.' iprnlng Prayer, 11 o'clock. Bvenjng Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. ioly .Communion 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays, S 2nd and 4th at 11 O'clock service. litiday-ScHobl, 3.00 p.m. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and 81h Street South Rev. Canon J. E. Murrell-WrlgM, M.A., Rector. t' "ho lerviccs tomorrow will be taken by the School will be feaumed at 3.00 o'clock, t METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. E, 6. O, nejldence KO llth'St. S. Parson Ch'urch Stuifjf 408. Claude L.A.B., Mul.'Dlrector M Prayer 'servlie' C'imlucled by Evangelist 1 am. Morning The pastor In charge, Bubjcct: I'The Fact of Public service open lo all, p.m.: Evening service In charge of the Evangelistic party. Christian Church Car 3rd Avc and 8th St 3 Oliver L S-.venlh .Strett South Phone S02 Sunday School Preaching niv. C M. Nove of Mission will proacW Unlort Service chufch PENTECOSTAL PeNTICOtTAL AMtHIIIUY XX .ThlrtMfrth 8t. H. Rtv. C. M. NWe, Rei; 7th Avi. A, mlsalfyn will untie with th Christian churcli for Iht momtn services, the. other services at Vfes Icy. THE UNITED-CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Re.v. E. J. Hedgim, Pallor 271 5th Ave, N.' Phone 1855 Choir Jachiou. 1 a.m. Toplei.The pastor .will speak. 1 o'clock: Beginners, and 1'rlniary' DC partmenlg ot the: Sunday School In Ihe hall' 2 o clock, OirU' and Boys Depts o the Sunoay School will rnecl in Ihe i.OO pnt Union 'iervlcea, at Wesle; Church. _ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Hull Heed, ttnrt J. Subject School convenes the clot of Ott morning service CM raom M npM fnedart legtl I to 6 p.m. Here! Hlfcle and nitkor lud Cfertitm Sclnce mA, borrowed or purdiMXi. Tk puWle' wrdWtr Invited to (end the coorch vUlt nadtof room. PKESBYTER1AN Knoi Church Corner 4th tna tth 1tre.il S. A. H, DeBOqn. orning 0 B.UI-: Coys Department r 2.30 a.m.' Big Bisters' Bible Cltn. 00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Bible Class. (5: Other '-SChoOl. p.m.: (JUinesi: Cliit. BAPTIST 'First Baptist Corner 9th and ,3rd Rev. F. W. PMlor At 11 a.m. Subject t "The Contcltnct indlti Cleanil.no." At 12.10.: Sunday pchdo! and Pastor's Ufblc At 7.00: Union Service al Weslor Ciiiirch. NORTH LETHBRIDQE GOSPEL HAtL'. (Late Sth Avo, N. Hapllsl Church) Speaker: John IU6, 707 13IH Sl.-N. Sunday School 3-4 p.M, jreetings lomorfow. Evtrybdiir SALVATION ARMY C Mi. ind Mrt. Hamlltin', chirge. a.m., and p.in. Snnday School, S'p.'m. Monday, Thursday, SafurdnT, 8 p.m. Tuesday, 7.SO p.m., vVedneMar, t Life Bavlnr Scfaali'lnd Ouarilj The Cludel Rand In Sunday and ThiimilDr Sorvlcci. A Hearty ;