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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR LCTHbRimi HV.BWJD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 81, 1920 She fcevalb Ictbbritye, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY i and Publlihert THE LCTHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Ith W. A. Buchanu Managing Director MM TomiiKi BusiriOM Manage TELEPHONES Otflct j 1262 ome lo such a pass that it has reach- d the stage where we are obliged "lo it up and lake notice." To remedy the esWinK atate ot bingf. we hear a call for tha employ- ment of drastic- remedies such as Ihat if Ihe placing of an embargo on tho iiport of lumber to the States, where t fs jolng in immense quautllies anil ;o making Ihe present exorbitant t pricei. Toe remedy of an embargo it hai lo be admitted, with the principles of freedom o( trade und neither legally nor cummerclally sound. The enforcement of it is bound to Eel up a wail from the lumber Interests. And here wo got that ttdellght which throws up the significance of the methods of tariffs. So long as the restrictions on trade which a tariff imposes aro ot bene- dellwred, wwk ttllrweil, per DtUf.jkr mill, per year Wertly. fcy snail, per 6.04 1.1 liy mail, per to 0.8. 2.M Lceturc De- lighted Barons Audience- Movements of the People fit to those who thrive on the tariff to it is Vll and good, bu, ,to (From Our Own BAROKS, Jan. are glad to seo Mr. llealhcoto able lo attend to his duties in the bank, afler more than one week ct ill health. Mr. and L. O. relum- ed to Barons Tuesday midnight afoi a trip extending over some weeks to tho south. Mr. and Mrs. llaniap first went to Castur. Iowa, where thr-v fair' congregation attended tho lug service. I The farmersvaro quilo busy hauling out seed which has Just twen shipped Into Barons. Rev.-Dr. HA. Principal of Mount Ifcnil Oollego. Calory, will ecti'ro In Jiarons church on Keb. 2nd. Rt 8 p.m. Subject o( ha lecture will be "National Needs lu Education and Cltlienshlp." Dr. Is looked upon OUB ,o( most popular' speakers In Canada. Come, and hear for your- Mr. Pophem was-a visitor in tha city of on Wednesday. short stay, from there to New York.] then to Northern Indiana, Ihen initbj ISilcago, where spent one week. from Chicago onto Northern Montaca ot upir; of eubccrlpllon t! Sally' on address label. Accept. of papers after expiration date to Uu li ov THE POLICY OF v .THE' PORCH LIGHT Thera appears to be a little' differ- ence In Iho city council chamber as io tho apportionment ot the part in the cost of lue porch light system pro- posed to be installed. II Is a case as to whether It should be applied lo the Finance Department :Light and ..'Power, with the be'.ads of these' departments, constitut- ed respectively In Ihe Mayor and Commissioner of Public UUHlles looking after Ihelr own ends. This te' only nalural ns city departments are at present run. Without going into the department view of the matter, it appears lo'u: Jrbm a polnl of principle, no way it is_ applied, the Mayo has Ihe better at the argument. Tin principle ot public utilities Is thai Ihe: should be operated tor the benefit o the public, in giving the1 use of th utilities ai near cost 23 jr.j-role. Fur tiermore. If there is any more benefi to be gained from them Ihe -pttbli is entitled to it. Wilh a surplus o poorer }uot. irsc.dt this' aspect of th question can legitimately be made t apply. The placing of the cost on the Finance Department is unfair, in that .the tooting of the same will fall, on the- taxpayers only and not on the cllliens at large where the porch Ibrhts are to be used indiscriminately by householders. The policy Mr. Free- man advocates is on .1 par vrllli rob- bing Peter'to The porcfi'i; is distinclly a -well conceived one, and will mean much, in rations ways to the city at large. It should not be suffered to PICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN legislative committee in an attempt lo light the Sire in her lie scb ,vors October SB the month of muni- kitchen stove. 'reference made by a private lei the resolution ot'1916. which asked tho federal government lo change the banking system to enable the formftr lion of agricultural banks. i Maximum saUrlea for crade teach- Tfere the Edmonton pub- lic school board. A double schedule other way and restrict trade "by the imposition of an embargo, then it Is another thing altogether as viewed by particular' Interests. A principle as applied to trade or anything else, if It a principle at all, should apply generally and not particularly. Tho question ot embargo on Iho xport of lumber sheds n lurid light n the source of Iho affection anu evoUrjn which in certain quarters sniselvas In regard or So'much for the principle f tariff policies.' To view the lumber question dl'.- there Is an aspect of It which concepts as to the of triide. Th'ls enlsra very considerably into the 'argument. Timber as: most ol us are aware, have teen acquired for a ma-a song as compared to their real values. They were primarily the possession not of the private individual but of ihe Crown, and therefore the prop- erly of the Canadian people. It, con- sequently, is. not only an anomaly, but rigidly unjust that tho people ihould have lo pay through Ihe noso tor what IE properly theirs. It is just, this, very much accentuated by the means by which timber HnilU have been acnuired by their present favors October 88 the month cipal elections. H. Gamble, of Vancouver, the pioneer" engineer of B.C. will from active service with Iho C.P.R. Catherine Carney, irldow of John ot Guolph, died at the age of one hundred and five years. Major nichard LJoyd George, son of Owing to scarcity- ot teachers with second clats certificates "Housing Association says those holding flral clajia papers SQO 000 people are living lllie a niaslmum of 11600. :lln the ih IhQ British Premier, is Udted ijtatoii- IsKipg Uw Casii'.an like drunken sailors, uud to think it; The death place ot Susan arker, wife ot Rev. Thoa. Wearing f Woodstock College. Samuel M Koblus, for .many years nanneer of Ihe Vancouver Coal com uany mines at Nanaimo, died in Eng and. A-KOmjn in Lowell, Mass, replied to the censua-Uker'B question, i what do writ- Ins down "brunelte." Two men. falher and son, wero heJdj In ball at train on Saturday and returned with j Mrs. Gantron from bridge, Gantroiy SSSK ._ pproved for O 000 people 1 Hoc. "DuDCan UarnluH.vaitaUlerof has gone be will atlend j- William James Proctor, three times mayor of Sarnia, and. ono of the most prominent business men "in 'western Ontario, is dead. Wni. Oscar Bay, a leading tailor it Sarula, has been missing from his storo arid his residence' since he clos; ed shop Saturday ntght.-lOlh inst. Darcy C. Bard, a prominent econo-, mist, geologist and mining engineer known throughout the Northwest, died af Butte, Montana. Mrs. Margaret Flavelle Mllner, wife of 1'rofcEEor Milnor, of Tor- onto and sister ot Sir Joseph Plavelle, is dead. Life imprisonment- was .the sen ience Imposed upon Simton Wolari Ihe-19-year old Fluthenian boy whIfi been .In -Ihe Customs service .for '36 years, all.tbit time -Jn.-.the one .office. owner of the NeK YorkrSiin Sun, bouglit Jhe Ne.w..Y6rk Herald- and gei man bills exbhange.fHe who resided 'alone at her home at Boucks Hill, Duhdas county is dead from Bennett bas-.announced Ihat (he Sun and the Herald would. ed -February the name of the Sun and New York Herald. One of British Columbia's, promi went mining men {tossed away Vancouver-in -the person of. J. T mills. 3Ir. Hlllis, who was fifty-sue years old, came to British Columbia in 1900, ami with tho .late-Howard Walt-, ers was tho original .holder, of the Howe Sound properties now, being worked by tho Britannia .Mining Smelting Company. 'In 1905 he pur- chased .tho claims, Which are' now fowned-.-and-operated by the Granby Company.-at'Anypx. That -tho -federal! government musl rn'ore'elastic system ;ol banking r laws, or' amendment must lie secured to'the'British Nortl America the.'; province Ju'rls'diction'.fon.' .legislation was' tKo'contentlori >'ot 'Hon.i K-. A thi 'nttflniDr'general, ;in Saskatchewan legislature. He haiB neelved speaking on the legal aspects of a ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS Arc Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices Yon save' money because wo have twenty direct factory 'stores in Canada. Ask for style Booklet, 'lalmcrtl Blotk if Vl fall between the opinions. footstools of two MARQUIS WHEAT AND CHICKEN FEED A citizen, who has; jusV received 'a eeed catalogue- from ;a firm In Cal- gary, draws attention lo the quota.-, tton of ? per bushel for 'Marquis wheat seed compares it to (he jirice he pays for chicken feed-in" clly. The price of J3.16 per-nushel for Msrfj'jis wheat, at 130 pounds to th'e bushel, works out at pounds. The price of 'clncken feeil per 100 pounds is between the two of 15 ..cents.- Consid- ering that chicken teeiliS.'mpre or less the acourings from the floors -of- the mills, lie argues Ihat a shockj irig discrepancy iti the prices.. ,11 stands to reason from; the above that there Is the price ot chicken feed, what: is cleaned grain can be ob.Ulneo- 'for Just 15 cents more Ihon the .refuse Which- is denominated when Iho two are compared'. who raises chickens with Martiuls wheat, obund to a howl of Indignation raised .against hlnt'for what vagaricr, 'ana from the Uio thickens'Wll he will, be engaging in economic policy in that he will be more than 1 repaid by Ihe extra cost of 15 cents over the common chicken teed. In the program lo stimulate produc- tion much money is spent by the Government in Ihe way of pamphlets, etc., to be helpful to and to encour- age the cjilcken Industry. But when poultry owners have to pay Jo.10 for feed, as compared fo J6.25 for Marquis wheal, this policy ot encouragement has Its ludicrous side. In tho circum- stances there IB much to -he said ng ti> finding out why chicken feed should be al tho prico It Is quoted when such a superior article as Marquis 'wheat seed can be bought for only 16 cents more. An Inquiry should prove bene- ficial. PRICE Cf LUMBER The pries of lumber'has now risen lo a pilch .where an Inausiry .such as housebuilding stands to bo greatly crippled if not loiiiporarlly wrecked. Tliiniis in the lumber business hove A LOT RICHER BUT A WHOLE LOT POORER j A'.'apeiker from the States la western'clty of Canada 'made fie fol- lowing publlo statement. "Down the States we art Elmply bloated wilh money Just now. The country" would be a -whole Jot .richer if we :were a whole lot poorer." The statement H b u t. in i Is vfiyeil the''t'rue.essence of 'what cons'.Uulcs following phrases, he demands a hear Ing from his audience, who were not ._ as trom Ihe .accumulation 'of wealth. Ho :had ieen .z ctiiintry to te- so linmorgcd in Iho things thai Worldly' possessions run o drew llustratlon: from church and ate nnd (lid not excuse tho clergy ho because of their numerous duties ere nol Incapable of blunders. In Is varjed use of the way in which lunderl 'we're made the speaker, show- ed thai mnny were such because ot loughtlesaness on the part of man. -ho did nol. properly perform the absolute necessity as saving banks iities that come to Iliem. Mnny wernl and insurance concerns have invested absent mindeaness anil self their money largely in loans. The oigelfulnes.s. In his closing remarks subject of the payment of intereafbas Cr.igg urged Sho peopla lo take! been thoroughly examined by the Jin- repre'entStives of the'various'governments will heiidLthe call for an o.tchariie which emanated recently'.-from.-Germany.' nuinora that the'nation is bankrupt nro tho statement. Many authorities' take Iho stand- point thai the of Interest Is Forward IMovemerit Av Four Weelcs'; JMUiif bay onntircetsijM. 1 The World Sitnttioi. January National Atpectioi tie Appeal. Fefcmary Foreign ohhe Appeal. fAnuj and GJHor .Workers. zens, Mrs. J. Welsh ami Fowlio. The former strange gijds, thfro Is crcai ed t'aa't spirit .whicu coi filets with and' tends (o efface the Bpirltual side "A -whole lot richer hut a. wholo lot affordsvin' it's voluhio b though 'will pas' theMndlvid if coneldpra Lion! There are_ told Ihijjgsiii.lite, the nos !es3tpn o? which; Jpes'jnot rotiulro th noscosElori .will be less the cravins for'thos6 things which money ajone can fo'r those comforts and luxuries Yivhleh 'money aloneVcan purchase. Happiness and contentment "arc 'not altogether con- lined to.irliere riches abound. To seeli iheso 'ihrcnfgh seeking .rlchea rather tends the'other Vay, in that (ItBappointmont with its resultant dis- content. It does not follow that n rich man cannot bo happy, bul It would be a mistake to base happiness on tho acquisition of wealth. America Is richer hut poorer. What to America applies to Individ- uals and lo countries. Itichcs beget luxury, and luxury breeds selfishness and rivalry. Tho spirit ot acnulsltlon Uporl. and n I ime lo avoid the great blunders many icople make in having no plan and no deal In their life. llev. S. I'ikc actor as 9hnirman of .he meeting, and the other two items of special Interest were Bivcn by nf Bnrons talented ami papular cit- j aucc minister, j Mr. A. very Interesting reading and this ialter a very popular song. Whilst in town the Rev. C. E. Cragg, U.D., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.'W. E. Piisce. Griffiths, manager of 11 'Union Bunk received word from Oriffilhs to Ihe effect that she bad ar- rived Rately in England. BLAMES GOVERNMENT FOR THE H. C. OF> Jan. cost of living i'.i Canriiia. is the highest in tho world, outside-of Austria-Hun- gary.1' It. B. Maxwell, vice- president of tho Manitoba Great War Veterans' Association, addressing .1 meeting nighl. It is "1C Bpvorn- hlamo for tho present ANGLICAN 6t. Augustln's Church, cor. 8th Avs. and 11th St. ST. AUGUSTIN'S AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED All services will be conducted by Iho Mr. Simpson, of St. Barnabas' Calgary. Matins at 11 o'clock. Kvensong, 730 p.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. nl thinga'.'hfl snitl. Miixv.-.-U flr'nngly criticized the government's aUltuilc resnrdlne It-" pnllcy in dealing with the returned sol- The Inspectors of the Union liiiuk wero in town two or lln'co dayn last i "-fhcy umdu .certain proviiions week going over tho accounts with slaft for the year. Kccords wore good shape. Mr. Win. Veiiiibles, J. P., was n I visitor in Lethbridge over tho week end. Barons to Hsvs Einnd It Is considerable Interest to the citizens' of -Marons lo learn thai Ihe town is to lie honored with a town band In a f.bort time. Thus tar a number of inimical men have been dis- covered of rare gifts Jind definite or- ihe t'oldicrs iiirlne land but this only dealt with a small propoi'tlrm of the men ami the liuire number that flood the Indus- 'riiil lii'linr market wore led in Iho ganizalkni takn place. Up dale Messrs. Todd, Moir, Tanner. Hatfield ami A. l.umla arc thu leaders the movc'inenl. A promise of others have bocn.marle making the number up lo nt least a dozen. It Is therefore expected with Iho huge number ot citizens who are keenly interested In iloziiii bandsmen of is a bad spirit, and the wealth: lends to the spirit of YVnlch these develop Hon. K required the experience of s great and terrible war lo bring out all (hat was best lu many of us, We felt thai we were fighting for Ideals which threatened lo bo engulfed. We estimated that all Iho riches in iho world could nol' bo compensated tor by the 'loss "of 'chcrUbed' Ideals, and it It camo to It all Iheso would have been cast into tho molting pot to pre- serve those Ideals.. It would ho well for us lo dwell on the fact Ihat Ideals and not coutil nnd that the soul of a nation is worth more than all the riches which inwy conic lo il, TELLS OF INDIAN TROUHLES .Ian. report ih the Pun ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBIilDGB Corner 6th Ave. nnd 12th St. C, North Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 617 12Hi St, A. North WESLEY. METHODIST' CHURCH Cor.' 4th Ave. and 11th SI. S. Rev. Chas. E. Crajg, B.O., Pastor Mr. Clauds Hughes, LA.B., .Choir Master 11 a.m.: Jlormns Mornine Service. Subject: "The Vet- of. the Church.." 12.10: Adull'Bible Classes. 7.30: rivening Service. Evcn-Tng Sawico: "The Church and Her Opportunity." The. pastor will preach al both ser 11 i 230 Sunday School. 3.SO p.m.: Adull Bible Class. 7.30 p.m.: Hvonsone.. j Kiirmers lire askwl by the Hon. nnn- can .Marshall, through Ilic press as well ;ia at public mof.tings to lake ftiul Inpo no tliriR in planning to ship feed iti from outside polnls. Tlir-re are many veasona why, Ihr chief Idea is because it w'll lie tor'sin ins work, ami if s! an fiirly ilitte.wlll luilp to cave, Ihe Jab, Imlla, Issued today, says that the special conlrllmlory causes in Ihe inllon Armilaar were speciilntion and (llsconlfnt over the prices of com- modities, dissatisfaction with tho In- come tux and an attempt to nrmijo Islamic foeling among the lower on! nf sympathy with Turkey. Hesur'ling tho development at La- hore the report suys thai economic condition s, Ihe cost of food ami Holh- Ing and the rcnlal rales ronlrlbulcrl lo he discontent of the working >ut thsil Iho supnort g'vnn tollic forcos nf disorder by Ihe trading dnss