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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta t'ESDAY; JUNE 1, 1920 USTHBWiySE DAILt ilERALD, FAGfi BUDGET HITS POOR MAN HARD, SAYS eRERAR IN HOUSE falls Dayton's Legislation Not-'Taxed Heavily in Canada As in Great Britain. as OTTAWA1. Ibe budget debate. In the House this after- noon lion T. A. Crerar look occasion to'roply to various critics ot tlie Pro- gressive party.. The accusation mado tiy Hi Vancouver, against :ihe Vnlfefl Qraln .'Growers' Company, entirely. Srrevelaut.and wide of the ni ark. .'Co ml Kg (o wheat .control, ''fllr Crerar said that for hlmsflf and Hhos'o behind" him, they believe tbat In ra'attera qf tuls Wijii wfcs iiot aa a pennantnt po- vised: Mr. Stevens to ask minister of tlie -lBte.rlor.--or tbe inintfltor: bfTcbtonlzaUqri, or tho gov Vrnnient.'ltself.iwb'at they'proposed, to chiUrni6n''bf the agricultural committee, R; 1 might also for he was as being strongly" in favor ot continuation of control. Jlr. C'erar-reviewed the doings ot fie Grain Export in New 'York and saldUhis company had done great work for Iho allies during the without a cent of pay for their services: Delirium Tremens Referring Id'the charge that ho was the chief supporter of the One Big 'Union Idea in Canada, Jlr. Cremr said that that movement was largely the product of unjust conditions in Can- ada and .that' the member for Algoma (O. B. Nicholson) would be boiler oc- cupied In working to remove these conditions than In aiming pointless criticism at a member of the bouse. Mr. Crerar denied acquaintance wlti Mrs. rtose Henderson, a Socialist Speaker, who was accused ot having been sent to Temlskanilng to influence the electors then) recently. "It was pretty cheap of the member for Algoma to accuse me said Mr. Crerar. "I think lie Is suffering from political delirium tremcns." The minister finance had dona a brave tblng-In disclosing thei true financial condition ,'ot Leglllatlpn Bad It must have required. courage to Introduce the': of wbicb was bad. Mr. Crerar suggested that It would he better to cut tho na- tional 'expenditure than toj try and make national revenue meet tbe enor- mously increased expense. He point- ed out that income fell-far abort of the- proposed expenditure, .-this year and tho minister of finance banked on recovering some, due from the mother co.untry. This was not as sound a policy" as of cutting .down ex pandituro to a safe margin, Tha could be done in'lho.direollon of Uio proposed expenditure lor public work, military, ctc_., .which -were-luxuries come would pay only next year than he bad done last year, Tno a year roan was increased and tie J1QAOOO a year man fl.959.50i fi- Mr. Orerar compared Iho.figures. In Canada and Great Brllaln for Idcome lax. A Jo.OOtt income was Britain, agaliijt'about ?120 in-Cabada; JIO.OOO luconse J8.250In Sreat Britain; against 1819.50 In Cad- ada; (20.000 Income In Brl-, tain, against (n Canada J J1M.OOO Incotae N7.187 In .Britain, against in Canada.. Thp; mini- ster ot tbe laterior bad said (hit the (500000 Income In CahadSTIfas taxed more heavily; lhaii In Great Britain. Mr. Crorar remiaded fclm that there were very Incomes of a mil- lion yearly in Canada; but :there ware many between and The new proposals would not .be: a burden 40 tbosa with larger Incomes. The whole leuor budget, :Mr. rerar, was to place the be shoulders' of those -who were_least blc to bear It. i' STEPS10 PREPARE Committee Appointed and Offi cere Elected for ProWM- Uoa Coinpaign. as a matter ot Th'ere was., nothing to be sal against tbp btiiin'ess proRU. tax as war measure, said Mr. Crerar. How ever, 'Mr. Crerar ventured to say tha it bad not brought "in. one-tenth o It should have done during th war. There was ho. .excuse .for con tinuing it as'eace measure. Tbe minister finance had rcferre to incte'ases lax. M Crerar 'men with In- MERtCAN DAVIS CUP COMPETITORS SAILED SUNDAY FOR ENGLAND NEW YORK, May Amerl- ii Davis cup tennis team will sail Sunday on the army transport .North-, era'Paciflc, Instead of leaving for Bug-; and next month, the United. States ,awn Teuiils Association-announced here last night. The English national championship, in .which tbe players also will compete, will start Juno 21 and association desired thai :he players'have-plenty ,of practice before entering the competition. The members are: William Ot Johnson, San Francisco, American champion; Y'llllam Philadel- phia! national iiicbard Williams, lloston, and Charles Gar- laud, Jitlstmrg. SEEDING .REPORTS CALGARY; May most of the ivbeat. in lAiberla is seeded there are a number ot districis that are behind; though' reports: gath' ored by special correspondents' cate that these will be finished this 'fpyont Our Otro _______-- NOBLBFORD, Mr. H. H. Hull, provincial organizer for tbe fe- Mrenquta on prohibition, gate ad- dress "in tho Nobletord church on Thursday evening. This provincial referendum Is to be held, we hope within the next few months comes under the control of live Dominion government aud be granted by them Wires from'Slfton, Rdwell and others hare set the date about. June But do not want to Bare It u'ntll the franchise bill is passed, and thal'was delayed budget. referendum committee was elect- ed at the meeting after Mr. Hull's ad dress constating of the following S. Noble. First HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY Gillott's has long regarded u hold necessity because of the fact that it is useful in so many ways, and so satisfactory In every respect that no woman, feels that .she can keep house without it. Makes the finest kind of soap for washing and cleansing. One can of Gilletfs 'Lye will make ten pounds of good soap in twenty minutes. Many of its uses are shown in booklet under the label. "GILLETTS LYE EATS DIRT" Made in Canada. STORM POLICE STATION j mado up of returned soldiers and I civilians, surrounded lue clly hall, WINDSOR, Out., Mo? mob [where the police headquarters art of between lour and five hundred men located, on Saturday and d< minded the release of Fred a returned man, who bad teen anrefct- a short time previously for jrunk and disorderly. J. H. Merjd. week. fs v _ rrv'-' I-, r We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and Large VICTOR RECORDS Stock Both from which to 1 Select Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHaRIDGE, ALBERTA TERSVOKE UEREis another wonderful list of which will be welcomed by all lovers of eood music, sufficiently varied to suit all tastes and rendered by foremost artists. You are urged to make an eirly select ton in to choose from the complete list. Dance Records Orfeatd Son One-Step Colem My IDM-POI Coleman 3 Orchestra Vocal Records I Toun Harriwn Got tht Ftoatttrini Biily Mctmrl Oh! Jin Jo! Oh! You'rt Biflr Mnmr Trptal TJpvtnry lire fetilta Aiuertcan Billy Munvr'a Melody lien Billy Murray's Men Tromkom Fox Trot Ridermaa a wovtlty O. For Trot Itarry Radennan'i Norelty Orcliestia Ventt Inn Moon Pox Trot Henrl'iOrchntn la Mr SwMl VMt Uh, Gnm- tta Trot Mumy'i Melody Elifm Outtin 2 Ouirtfir StetHna TrwJ AD on 10-inik. foMt-itttt Red Seal Records (TW) Knrfco'CiniM tHW Suroftort CenMlne (SoprancO Otl, (CoMnlto) ForWken (Vfeliu) iTeaoc) Any "His Maker's Voice" dealer will gladly tohear andderdonitrate VanidKlurei tj fvllnrr Co., IJmtltd, Hmlntl 9, 20105 Second B. C. CraiiBtoun. B. C. Cranstoun. KM. Hunt. :Also the Pastor, Capt. H. Mun- caster, the S. S. Supt., Mr. B. U Cody, and the president and two other mem- bers'of eioli of the local women's viz.: Ladles' Aid and Women's Institute. The names of Messrs. C. Mogensen and F. W. Hunt were also added to the committee. This district IE asked to raise for'Uie campaign, and-'includes" Xoble- tor3 and the surrounding school dis- trlots. JMr.. and Mrs. Mi Harris have taken the Unlte'd Grain'Growers' hqiise In Nobletord. They moved In a jR-eek ago Friday. Mr. Harris the garage work. Capt the Re-, W H JIuncaster lett "early. Friday, morning tor 'the East wliere he will attend the Presbyterian geric'ral assembly to be held in Ot- Capt. Muncaster will be absent for throe Sundays. Mr. S. S. Dun- ham of Isjibbridg" will take the ser- Ticea on the firit Sundaj Maj 30th. Stweral'dt'lho'school children, and Miss Brown f the primarj teacher, In on Thursdaj jnd Friday taking their music examina- tions Don t forget tho big concert given bj Ifie Choral Socloly oil Tuesday evsnlog, June 1st. "the is In good SCpok out Ior tne fori team Sf Mire left last week for Manitoba Where she -will vUH her gfand'motlierjflear Pbrtage la Prairie. her son Mr. MrS "fc- KHbJjTIs spending a week in Boys' only twelve more school days before eiams! jork'-at home i "te iX 'TJie.Ladles' Aid will meet on Thurs- weilrrAt the home of 'Mrs.' E Ruble "T Beauluer of Champion address- ed'tTie Womenis Institute HSl Thurs-. day and gave a. concise account of the beginnings ot Institute nork; itsldr- ganjzation work and aims TUe case of the Crown Jsortli- ram Came up for trial on Friday dve- tbe two -Justices of peace C Cranstoun and W ables Mr Jvorthram ot -Ubio i Ridge was charged with crueltj of animals. There were four witnesses for crown and lno tori tho In giving sentence Mr I p Crau- '61111; -J.P., saldUhat; the court was very clear as to the guilt of the ac- cused; in that be did not take cle'nt-precautions for the safety of his stock and that bo should have per- sisted in Ills attempts to get help. The court emphasised the seriousness of the charge hut considered his sick- ness as exlenualinB clcumslances and fined him 55 and cosls which amounl- cd to 519.30. W. Venablcs, J.P., concurred In the sentence Tho iqstico staled that any other similar caso coming up before him in future would receive the maxi- mum penalty which is 550 fine and Ibfeo months' Imprisonment. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTED: STOCK OF VICTOR RECORDS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WILLIS PIANO STORE BEST 707 Third Ave. South (Hull Block) Phonei662 RESOLUTE SHOWS GOOD SPEED TEST; SHAMROCK IV. IS BEING RIGGED UP NEW YORK, May accl- dents, all three yachts entered in tho America's; cup races, which will start on" Sandy Hook .Thursdny, July 15, will-be under sail this week, Inning np'ior the International contest. Sir Thomas Upton's Shamrock IV., tb'e challenger, :whlcn will represent the. Royal Ulster Yacht Cluti, was launch- ed at City Island last Wednesday. At, once work was started to step the mast of the craft, rig and henil on licr anil to do the rniny other things necessary to placo tho green racer In commission. Work has pro- gressed so rapidly that the yacht should be ready Ior her trial trip wlth- Itt a week. America's Defender BRTSTQU May aloop Resolute, America's defender, show- ed signs of steadiness and speed in n two hours' spin in Naragansett Bay yesterday which led lo cnthusiaslic comment from officials aboard. The spend displayed, they said, was in excess of thai shown In 1914. POLITICAL MOVE his-way trom CliIc-aRo willi 'party ot So crtl- lor's'' 61 Untied SialdS newspapers whcni. they ore the nritniiil. convcnllor ut .tbe iMlliot 'AsSobintion o( ttie llniltil 'Mr. Will JVIIkle, of 'tlid risioclatlon, said, the tiropositlon lo put nn-embargo on United Slates coa! to Canada If the Canadian provinces do tl'pt .raise their on ,lhc ex- port of pulpnrj'od, U simply a matter potillclulis. 90% Made ill Canada Value If wages are to stay up in Canada there must be money to pay them. Every time you buy art "im- ported" product in place of one made in Canada you are helping to build up "outside" industries and provide work and wages for "out- side" labor. The way to protect your job is to buy Canadian-made goods. Be sure, too, that the machines or goods you buy arc actually made in Canada. x Look for the C.C.M. trade mark. It is the sure guide to a true made-in-Canada bicycle. The frames, forks, axles, cranks and sprockets C.C.M. Bicycles are made in Canada. Also the handle bars, seat posts and Front hubs. And that is not The pedals, chains, mudguards and grips are made in Canada. The wood rims, spokes, nipples, cups and cones are made in Canada; 11 and the Hercules Coaster Brakes, frame pumps, and tires are made in Canada, too. Only the' saddles'and the" steel balls are imported. No one in Canada makes these lines as yet. _ K the' C.C.M. Company imported their parts and merely assembled Bicycles a much smaller plant would be required. Only about o'ne-twcmieth of the numbei1 of, workmen would bi employed. By buying real "Made-in-Can- you provide more employment .for Canadians. You keep Canadian dollars' working at home .where'' they arc worth one hundred cents. And; you get a better bicycle for your bicycle with the new Hercules Positive Drive Brake 'Coaster Brake without a side 'Over C.C.M. Service Stations in Look for B this Jigri. Red 90% Made in Value Canada Cycle Motor Co., Limited Montreal, Toronto, WESTON, ONI., Winnipeg, Vancouver is on the of every C.CU, Bicycle. 163 We are Agents for the Columbia Bicycle and all G.C. M. Rejaair S'arU O.K. REPAIR SHOP 817 THIRD AVE., SOUTH ;