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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB FOOT TFIE USTIIHRinOK tUrLY HF.RALD. Deralb aibcrta AND WEIKLV aivd THI LETHBRlOfiE HKHALO WWNTJNtt COMPANY, LIMITED Strmt Seuth, Lrthfcrliji W. A, Buchaiwi tad Miniflu; Director TELEPHONES Ortlce 1224 Audit Bureau at Circulations Rates: delivered, wwk .....I .15 delivered, per year .....7.6( by mail, pur year by mall, per UK by per rear to U.S. 1.00 Clemenceau, Orlando, "Wilson and i Lloyd George and Heart! and all theiri leaders, during I ho war years. No.v, that the war is over, why are they dcserllns iheso leaders? The p-joplo are restless and .distrustful The high cost of iivilng irritates them they have put ihe blame on the leaders whom they were praising for savins the country from defeat in the war. Those men whom they praised as war leaders, they are denouncing as lead- ers la the difficult years following the Peace, and every head that was popu- lar during the war Is knocked down by au ungrateful people on the first op- portunity after the Peace has been signed. It is merely sign oj the times. The people are seeking revenge for existing conditions and ,the popular leaders of the war years suffering not because they are responsible tor eitetlce conditions hut because they are tha only .fcht who d Kjlh ,ns> Q, coa otter an; opportunity ror the people OWLers. the limitation to be relroactlTe, and take steps to reduce the price of food and clothing to a reascnablo basis, the alternative lie- Ing a threat by the miners to demand Will Wait ft Till Premier Learns Extent of Owners' Profiteering HENDERS, M. P., SAYS THAT CERTAIN STATE- MENTS ARE ijrS BRANDON, Man. Jan. (By i Canadian certain teat-' ures of. tho statement issued by the dlrectora ot the Grain Growers' As- sociation (now the United Farmers of Manitoba) at Braudou, were untrue, and curtain others misleading, Is tho contention pj ex-President R. C. Henders, M.I'., in an open letter today. Ho fays he. was not promptly In- forujed of Ihe dissatisfaction with his attitude lu Ottawa on the lariff Ques- tion and that resolution was not 'plae- PICKED UP IN PASSING If OR THE BUSY MAN Farm motor tractors ire not sub- ject to 4 license fee In Illinois. Orders for liquor to tha smount of a month are being sent out of Hamilton. The new depot of the London sad Port Stanley Railway has been open- ed at SI. Thomas. ed In his hands until the day preced- _. Ing the opening of lirandcn conven- LONDON. Jan. S9. Compliance with Premier Llovd George's request lhat they postpone further action with j reference lo their recent demands was decided upon by tbe miners' dele- gates at a conference this morning. The delegates hf.d. asked that lioii and then only through accident, lie declared no attempts were made to curb bitter at- tacks on him wMla he was presiding at a meeting; and that s request ho bad r a hearing at Brandon to President .1. L. Brown and government reduce Immediately the price- of Industrial and export coal: to give vent to their wrath. of expiry of subscription Htr'tfaJtr en Intel. Accept- "of papers after expiration If Mr authority to coatlniM Mb- THE TRANS-CANADA THEATRE PROGRAM In "Tbe Luck of the THE.GRANT FOR THE IMPERIAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. i this Government of 'Alberta baa made 4 of 95000'towards the of -the Imperial Association -of Mltors from Great Britain In their !'proposed visit to Canada and to this province. The visit is looked to as sonelhlng ot Importance, and In this its value has been rightly sensed. There is much that members of the Fourth Estate, comprised In the asso- elation, can do in the way of publicity In which Canada and the province of Alberta will stand to gain. Ths grant made by the Provincial j Government is for the benefit of tho whole province. It therefore remains that every portion of the province, in relation to Its particular centres, sftls the benefit which is presumed will accrue from tbe editorial visit. The visit to Alberta should not bth countries and. for tho. Empire a whole. It promotes a fellow feel- g and creates a widening of kuow- dge. Acting and the staging of plays have ecome a fine art In Great Britain, and nothing is considered finished nless the smallest detail is given sominenco to. A therefore, blch has had the tect nr.d hall mark t popularity may be reckoned as ono 'Orth going to. The very exacting ttention given to details, in aiming I Ihe absolutely correct, makes the at- at such plays part of a lib- ral education, as It is reckoned in real Ttritain, and companies in plays 'f this description have .their, added to that of giving pleasure. It emalns for the people of Lelhbriuge o ensure that they get the best lhat s going In the way of rational amuse' ment by showing their willingness to patronize tli6 auino by the liberal sup- jort accorded. It, we can all agree in saying, will be .worth while. Lumbermen say prices will bo high- er. No doubt buildings will he lower to make up for It being covered during this terrific cofd weather. Mrs. 'Julius L-evens2 Is cine Hat last vreett acting as Mrs. Houtbier. Mr. Nash, Alberta telephone com- mercial agent was in Wlnnifred' this weok making arrangements lo place n several new phones. Pred Pretty is away on a business trip in Winnipeg and other points. llev. McCoy, of Medicine' Hat was a caller In Whitla nnd Winiiifrcd this week. Tho Ladies' Aid will meet at the Globe- rest 5th. Jas. Larson and Miss Ethel participate in the relief work. Reduction of in the "loan proposed to be made by tile United States .was made by Secre- tary Glass, appearing before the com- mittee. Assistant Secretary Norman Davis told ihs committee, the TEauclion was BERLIN', (By. Associated of the govern inent's grovflrfg concern over the ex 'tradition'' of Germans accused of wa 'offenses' was given 'in the' note 'sen lo'the allies today asking revision o clauses of the Versailles treaty. Th attempted assassination of Mathla Erzberger, minister of finance, las Monday, 13 viewed in official circles' a n forerunner of what is likely to hap pen on a large Bcale If the govern inent, yielding to the allies, resorts to tout Ilia committee tnc leflucllon was forca in arrcsllng meo m the Eub made possible by. Great nmamde- .Editorial an finitely agreeing to provide the ships for transporting the- food. He added that Canada and Argentina nad "signi- lied a willingness' to participate, esti- mating he" provided by them. "Ono cannot describe the need of declared Secretary Glass re- Hlnck spent Sunday in Medicine Hat. citing the condjtions related to. him Feed for stock is comii more plentiful It's week much in need la this .district. Much alarm is telt lor the stock on account of Ihe shortage of feed around hero. nryon McDonald is reported getting along fine at Medicine Hat hospital. One ot the enycst evenly of the season was a very pleasant surprise party Monday, Jan. 26th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jag. Larson. It was a powder and puff party and it wag a signal success. Four tehles were in ilay at whist nnd when tlie score cards were tallied, the' following awards wero made: Ladies' first, Miss Eethel Hinck; Genllemen's first, Mr. Flarry ladies, Mrs. Harry Gontlemte's con- ing In a little by American offlce'rs lust back from It is indeed Europe. "This relief is tho humanl- .arian and safe thing to do. It Is he plain, practical contmongenso thing to do, even if we do not gel tho noucy back. But we hope to eet some of it back. H is the least expensive thing to do. "Men. women ind children, espe- cially children, arc'dying by the thou- sands. One man jusl returned from Europe saw. 27 bodies lying iinburietl in a Elreet in nn Austrian city." Speaking of salary increases, "Me, Wo, Pete" seoms lo be Iho favorite ex pression. Dispatches told of the Kaiser "cele- brating" his. 61st birthday. Well if that's colebratlug we- beg. to be ex- cused. NO STIMULANTS ON SHIP TO'FIGHT'FLU PLYMOUTH, England, Jan. solation, Mr. J. Collins. The invitcrt jfluenza rageil on 'board the Ciiuanl partisan recriminations, provoked b the attack on the finance mlnlsle have already reached the white-no stage. While it has been commonly kn'ow that WUhelmslrasse would use all Ji persuasive power In an effort to Indue the allies to desist in their nvowe purpose of demanding the surrender o Germans, the shols aimed at He: Erzberger have mado the cabin more apprehensive than It bai bco at any oilier time relative to tho forcement of the extradition clause The note to the allies, which will n bs publibbcd In Germany, warns'th Entente powers llmt Germany cann- assume, she Is able fo compel either national or local agencies of tho law to lay hands on tho men wanted find transfer them to German frontiers, the Assoclaled Press Is informer that even responsible officials of the for- eign ofllce have announced point blank they would refuse to execute any wrk connected with extradition formalities and th.it thoy threaten lo strike or In- dulge. resistance." food nches. each to suplcmont their Fire was responsible for property isjs totalling and 72 human vcs in addition to .24 people being everoly burned in Saskatchewan dur- ng the first six months of 1919, ac- ording to statistics compiled by A. Fisher, firo commissioner for Sas- atchewan. In the his budget speech a the Saskatchewan legislature, Hon. A; Dnnnlnff, provincial treasurer, itiinated that during, the'past year le Increment of agricultural wealth ccrulng to the people of He'showed that the ovcrniuenthad gross surplus f of receipts, over eipendi- You'll Be At the ploasure a VIdroll In the home will (tve you. Muatc for every We'can sell yott erery Record made for the Victor. Ask tor Bit' Free Catilot, list- ing and every Victor Record. Tfc. tlM VMnW :um during the lastdacal year, and hat daring the year the net debt had been reduced 48 cents' per head. From "somewhere" the Unfteil States a mUslve written by Stanley C. vviiiiaius, Hie missing president of th built .bur branch system up to SCO branches. We will conUnua to extend aa tha needs of coin- xaunitiee call for tncrcaaed bdnk- ing aooommodatlon, becanse the pqlloy behind pur barilnng enter- ccEED ue4' uphill Oaiuiclii; UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge A. Dunbar, Manager Branchei alto Cardtton arid Barow guests Incluilcil Mr. and Jl Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. M. 0." Collins, Mr. ami Mrs. Harvey Davis, Mr. anil Mrs. Walter Dowerman, Tony and Art Craig. Doris and "Mabel. Uuroti, Mr, Thorburn, Mr nnd Mrs. T. Winchcombe, Mr. F. Hilllsv Mr. nml Mrs. Jas.Crtstle. Those ers anil of the patiejits in charge of the.event aro to be higii- [ineunionia, frorn which ly commended for the success of the one, n third class passenger, [lied last Line steamer Kaiser in Auguslc Vic- toria during her passage here from .Vow York, wlionce she sailed on Jan- uary 17. The 'teaincr arrived here to- day 21 hours late because of enconnl-hianycit valley, In this'Lower' lio'rt're" criug a hurricane. There were- sixty ant! captured five thousand nrl- cases of influenza among the SOVIET CAVALRY WINS Soviet cavalry, commanded by Gen. Dum- enko, has- fordetl the river in the nicest party of the Benson. evening. -'Wlli ttieao shortages never cease? It Is food in Europe, whiskey In Am- erica and now Dry Fork, according to tho Plnchcr Creek Echo, la short on violin strings. A noble example the new year wit-' It WHS itarl.ire'cl on the steamer Ibal neased the retirement of ah old faithful servant of Iho C.P.Il. Jn the person of Honest John Barrioau, o .Medicine Mat, a conductor on the If a movement Is worth while, it should. receive tho Interest and co- operation commensurate- with its uses. This fully applies to tho Forward Movement., C.I'.K, for. which company he served faithfully and well 'for over 37 years. Mr. Harrleou now placed on the re- tired list on account o( reaching K years, which is tho ago limit. Ho will now enjoy a- well deserved pen- sion.. Such men are u Wight sample lo Ilic youlh of Canada 10 becmno Ilko him, honest, industrious, staunch and true. Tho U.F.A. and U.F.W.A. dcleBates rotisrned from tho convention Siilur- day, Jan. 21, anil reporteii a grand convention nutl Ihe most interesting of any held, Mrs. ,1. C. Freeman and Mrs. Will Campbell will report to the next meeting. nil I the absence of stimulants on Ihe shin forco, the statement vliich "dry" hatl iiHinsirir- ctl Hie surgeons in fighting the prc- diseases. A supply ot spirits A supply 01 spirits and medicines taken on board I ioro iioforo .-.tc-anic-r proceeded to! Cherbourg ami Liverpool. Tho general .'opinion Is that tho moisture- outlook tor the coming sea- son's crop Is the best In Southern Al- berta since the-spring of 1517. ICs Itie June rnfna which count, but It also helps a-lot lo havo a moisture reserve to carry tho crops through if WJiat Is the cause of this altitude moisture Is delayed at that nine, the people of the Allied countries? Iho whole tho for next greit niass of them stood behin.l son arc bright. SHOT MAN IN CONSTABLE'S PRESENCE VICTORIAVILLE, Quo., Jan. Uc.ourricau, hard' merchant of this town, last night shot Alpnonse Auocrt the son of his business partner, In the presence of Constable Bcrfard. There had a ftud of long dur- ation, which culminated 1n an al- Icged threat on Lctournc.iu's life by the deceascJ-. sonera after a. two il.iys' battle, the Red forces then continuing to advance, says a HolsJicvist statement received hero today. Further eastward, Iho fiercest fight- ing Is proceeding agninRt adds. another NOW Is a good see About disposing PELTS and A strong market prevails at present. Get our any( quantity. A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FUH8 ADDRESS: 3206th STREET S, P.O. BOX 8 ARE ALL SAFE I'a, Jan. in tins mine of 'tbe Union "loal f'oki- company here lafe last night when Ihe tuna suddenly ceascil lo operate- and In (he rush for the air shaft, one minor wag hurt. Smoke, which curlcil out of the mine, caused Ilic widespread report loilay tint tho workings were on fire nnd ten men hail been trapped. Offi- cials of the company declared Ihern was no firo and that the forty men in the mlnn wlien the fans stoppcrl hail all n-ade their way lo safety. EHZBEROEfi SOMEWHAT BETTER filvIILlN, Jan. condition of Matlilas vice-premier and minister of finance, who was cliol on Monday.by Ollwlg von'Hlrscbfcld, In i somewhat improver! today. In con- sequence o( iii.i setback yestcrilay ho Is suffering from oilmiistlon and re- quired groat rare. While thero Is no Immcrlfale tlanscr, Tlerr may only deal with tho most imporl- fiil Etatc affairs., HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG, MAN, UTHERS DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS-AND TALLOW Lethbridgey Alberta Get acquainted with the largest dealeb in Western Canada and you will never be a dissatisfied shipper, Write today'for'prices and .shipping tags which will be mail- .ed on receipt of your application, A. CARRUTHERS CO, LTD. Phone 595 1251 2nd AvnueS. Alta. ;