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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LtmmnrnGF. nAn.v ram 1.0 THURSDAY, JUNK 5, 1Q10 She Icthbcfoge DAILY AND INQ COMPANY, LIMITED I Wh Strict South, Ltlhbrlogi W A. Buchanan 4ad Uauacinf Diricloi I Torriace Uinuir rELEPHONES Olf.c. M'.torlal Offiu 1U4 cost of living. Presumably, tills Is whal ice oftu-ial taisue Is latendeJ for. Apparenlly U is merely lo like the form of a record sy far as offi- cial iiol'.ce is concerned and nc-l to In- spire action. Eveu IhonEh il be il somewliat ot a lale hour, li Is sallitatU'ry ion j Ihe GoverUDieul is now l.ikics ihf I needed action In IN1 i Into lhe cosi of living. On ll-e iciple thai we should lif ili.inKful -or small mercies M'e '.-SI tbe public should be erau-ful lliti "I lenelb ucticn is slarlsJ IP. at any rale, see what can be done in ray ol relieving tin? present tension ol thinfi. There ii nun'h leeway lor ihe Govenm-rm to make up. and Its procedure will be wnlched MlfflONISVERUCIE IHVBUi C. S. Xoblet Now :i 1'repave for Industrial Conge rcss i to Ihe Hor.ihl) I KDMONTO.X. June sub-Je- pinrr.crt of provincial govern- menr Is fairly muter nay will! Jevelou'.iiOTil. NotwilhslanJ- The cummiHct named, to veifonn I ]ng lhp ibat inere ihe duties enurjoraled is asked lojis on in Aloerla. there are a lew well inforf.. delivered per lhe same HS an emergency it service. The word "emergency, lale season. Eomeltlns I" PET year ....5T.6U Homeric liugbter. However. 1-ertor.s who (.'laiin at lhe ol ihf advisory, board, appointed by ihe Provincial luduslrla! i." and which incetius was of the mlulsier ol raund president ol lhe Ceua- diau Bank ot Commerce: Thomas Kin- ley, president ot iho Massey-Harris Co.; Sir Douglas Cameron, president of Maple Last illllius Hedley ?haw. general manager of Maple L Milling Co.; II. feneral traffic manager ol the C IM1-; Col. i B. EVnuis. chairiuau of Canadian Slber ian Trade- ('.cium'ssion and head ol ilie C.P.H. coloniiation doparlmenl; Sir Sam Hughes, Finley I1. Mount president of Advance Huu'ey Co. J Ottlcn Armour will send a reurescuta- PA ilCKED UP IN ASSING FOHT1IK BUSY MAN McKoouth scuool when built cost Chatham Western University- ts to fatuity of law noil term. adj ran be let pass In the satisfaction of Mperj eiKlMllon I (he Mr .utborllj to ronlloui lb. jva onlv unction under the circum-' summer mchths has done rrscarc-i of 'Par IW-. relief niucli; w_ork for the C.P.H. in ,he western and hope lor lhe bcsi in the Lilt BOW F, THE POLICV I OF MUNICIPAL HOSPITALS JTHE BRITISH In the progressive policy ol ibe PREFERENTIAL TARIFF Government of Alberta, that ol muni- thanks" and hope lor lhe :n The rainier ,he advisory board j tailh ol belter la'.e lhan never. Considered the oil question ol prime ---------------------------imporlf.nce. .As lo ibf Peace field, there would appear to be uv favorable reports by geologists, but aueed ivilh. (he mio- The high protectionists ol rc us'55 lhe Chamberlain Canada prefer- cipsUbornltalE lakes a leadins pan. In tills policy Ibe province Eels a lead has sensed a vital need, lo policies In respect to health flave "been; "concentra'.ed on lial of live- Tlie numan element bas been: nave .neglected. Ihe lesson of lhe [be of nations. .Oresl human life and health Tlle'groviEions In tbe. Chemteriain encei. provided for in ihe recent Bud- get introduced in the British o[ Commons, as an argument why a bigh taritr should prevail here- His'a -bave: now been given that prominence Toronto Globe. 'which Uiey should long ago nol Indicate thai Greal BrilrUn i Take Action Similar to Thai Taken in Maclcod and would be Lcthbridgc visible to secure tit Ol'.ce a prr.clK-.ll report from socce ouisido authority on June of Iho ibis question. C. U.-Swan.-at present UFA (j.F.W.A. representing CS al Melicine Hat. has operslcil in Ilow jtiver cessfully in more stales of the union jyeslertlay decided lo lake Independen llian any older I'.VJBB man. and made liolh federal and pro a fortune oui ot such operations. He! vincial. There -.vos no opposition to is at present enjoying the pleasant ttle re5Diuljonp called tor Ih pasilme of cultivating 2000 acres In [ormation of a farmers'class orgoniza- Ihe southern part of lhe province.; A resolution was carried ihc middle of tnls month Poace River at the reuuest ol I r opposition, declaring that the had no confidence in either It Is a credit to lhe Alberta -GovFTuroent that In legislation ihe pbysical welfare ol the province it should be lhe pionetr. The eslablishment ol municipal hos- pitals marks a new era in tic dames- tic, policy of Alberta. U should prove people scat- tered-as'many of them are; and away from'niedlMl. aid and nursing. The .forming ol. Lospitsl' districts, wiih a nospilil. brings' the prairie j in a circle where medical trealratnt can be'easily reached. It .removes lhe handicaps placed on if- "mole dwellers in regard to obtaining [one ol.lhe of eilsl- 'rence- v- V Thel-policy hospitals ,Ts proving lo he "popular one. 11 cVald nol be otherwise. It is nol isneficenl bui an H places'Ihe best of meji- cal Jreslmenl and nursing ifte'disDOJal of Ihose who Deed al H nominal cost. The' plan of municipal hospiUla 'li something in lhe way of a sutal- .'diary id the. national teallh scheme for which a federal Ministry of 'Heallh has been formed. It cnlnrgss ahe scope of lhat bo-ly. inongh inde- -pssdsut of it. and ilius serves lo nalional heallb policy Bome- iiinE more than'a name, '.The health ol the people Is Ihe consideration of responsible gov- has adopted a system of protection. 11 refers to lhe reports of the debates in the Drltish House of Commons to indicate that the preferences provided for under Mr. Chamberlain's Budgel, like those provided for by Mr. Field- ing in Canada'3 preferential tariff, will lessen Umft taxation and in some important respects lessen the inci- dental protection now alforded untor certain'ol the British customs uies- Mr. C. E! Lyle, representing West who is the Managing Director of a great (sugar refinery, told Ihe membm of the Commons that the Importation ot refined sugar Irom the West InSIes under- the propoaej pre- ference, on anything lite a scale, would absolutely Ml the British refining industry, and benefit coolie labor at the expense of. the Brllish worker. The Intense hostility of the Labor men in the House lo anything lhat might raise the price of loodslnffs was somewhat allayed by Mr. 'Cham berlain's statement thai he bad no1 proposed lo lai food. When hejised the lid will make a tLo.rough inspection I jng lnil tll j( the whole field. Th'e "amounr orUUpporL [ar Ihe minister and the advisory board .he parlies, and resolr- liey Jshoi'.ld nominate and .__ .jrmor candidates in rural information lie will receive will oe-1 and labor candldatea pend In part on Ibe operators, but It in is tbougbt lhat a pracllcal report deal- A resolution calling for lhe nonllna- ing with the commercial side of o[ s candidate by lhe present con- question will be helplal to all con-, velltion. submitted bv Ibe Hutton erned. Hon. J. and Prof. loca] was unaer discusEion dur- illen recently, at the request of thejins be taken up remier. made a trip to Forts uiorning. Pronounced differences lurray and McKay, haying particular-1 of appeared when this latter y In view the possibility of the before the conven A compauy his been formed at lie Kins for lhe brecdluc of black foiea. London Uoard ot Education will ei- leni! tbe Public school denial worX. Dr. E. T. Kde ol Gall, u well-known physlciau of Oroy County. Is dead. Owen Sound Council his decided to stock lio Sydcnham river wllh Iront The Imperial Steel and.WIro Co.'s plant of Collins wood, wss wiped oul by flre. i Blenheim power rates have been ncreased from to {50 uor horse- power. The coastal mail steamer Glencoo venl ng'rouud u'hllo entering J lown barber.'. __ i Belleville has received 40 appHca-i Ions for lhe position of Indualrlal Commissioner. Soloman Turner, Eugenia, was bad- ly mangled by belug run over by a heavy roller. A year's savings, amounting lo 750, were stolen from tho trunk of Mike llusck in Winnipeg. Brockvllle citizens bad an oppor- tunity lo Inspect a German subuinrlna which is proceeding up lhe lakes. Dr. Shaw, Vancouver, while in a despoudcnt mood, attempted suicide by culling bis Ihroat willi a razor. James Durrey, of Kowfouudland, was arrested In Sydney on suspicion if baring set ara to five ilifferoot luildiogs. A barn and slablc belonging Lo V, Joundy, Cobourg, was burned, de- stroying Iwclvo head of callle and five .ercial of lhe salt andjtjon> delegates declaring lhat ar sand beds. H is contemplated that I a mandate lo vole diamond drill may DC secured and faTOr o[ icllon. thsr-hart he. correctness or otherwise of a claim i DO manjate from lieir locals to noml made by Ihose who have declare! lhal j nate a camiidale. words iiiJi -preference would enormously eitendJ within tie time of many members, he added, al be hea in mind was the effect of tbe preferences which were pra actual posed here are 165 feet In depth of almost pure salt, demonstrated. It has ngl generally been considered by provincial governments that 11 Is ,helr duty ID deal extensively with Industrial' development, bur Ibe start ndustrfal developn made by Albsrla has bejrii followed sharply by both British Columbia and Indorse Gratuity Sieve Nornak, Sudbury, a Russian, committed suicide by shooting Lim- self alter shaking bands with his wife and brother. 'TWO men employed by lhe Fraser Companies, Ltd.. were drowned when j their boal struck a whirlpool in the Madawnska rlrer. i RCT- Rohl. Mclntyre, well known Presbylerian minister, formerly of St. Thomas and Ilrldgcburg, died at Lin- wood, Ont. A monument will be creeled on the court house lawns al London, Ont-, to Middlesex men who fell in the Meaiord manufaclurera are. com- plfclufnK'of ot labor.. R. S. WiUlo and P. A. Rolph of Tor- onto, are new directors of lhe Im- perial bank. Tbe Canadian Public lleallli Assoc- iation will hold its 192D L-ouventJon ICduiontou. Mrs. W. II. lloyle. wife of n former speaker of the Ontario legislature, died at Toronto. She formerly of Cannlnelon, Ont. Kufene Russian diplomat. spcaklDg at Montreal, that taero aro 63 secret -Bolshevist societies In Canada. An assessroenl nf one mlH on dollnr will bo. lovled by Hope Town ship Council to asslsl disabled sol dlers and their depcudenls. Dy instQlling a telephone. OH ihi pulpit ol the Kincardine Melbodis Church, Mr. J. McKeo, lying at homi with a broken leg, is able to enjoy Ih service. Constantino Germanora, Ibo Italian ccmvlcled of Ihe. rat-.rder of Wllllo Vial, lhe young French Canadian at Nia- gara Kails on January 25. commit led suicide In his cell al Ilie Courl II al Welland. The .contract has been let by lho> Ontario Departnionl of Agriculture for tho new students' residence at (bo i Ontario Agricultural College. Guelpli. building will bo caljeil Mills Hall. thus cooimeuioratlnff- lhe services uf Dr. Jamefe Mills, who for upwards of 25 years was president ol lhe College, nun, who lalcr 'was connected wllh the Dominion Hallway Hoard. Honorary LL-.D., degrees wore con- ferred by Wealern Univ'efslly, Lon don .on Dr. Waugh of Ihal city, anil, Mr. J. formerly of Slratford, Dr. Waugh is credited wllh having been one of three men who saved the llniveislly of London some years ago, wbilc Mr. Darnell a few months since donated to the Western bis nationally famous library of volumes. FREE to All 624-Page Book Illustrating vllb, orer 200 Portraits (ho slory o[ the '.York's best music. you own a Vlctrola or uot, Get Your Copy of thii Big Book FREE It out of town, eonfi' us your narao and addrest and mall you a copy. Victor ma- chines from 131.00 on time payments, If doalrod. Balmoral Block Komo ol Vlctreli" BOSTROM AND BRADY IB- RIOATION LEVELS. HAV AND GRAIN. U.G.G. FARM HACHINtnY. NATIONAL RUBBER TIRE- FILLER. STAUDE MAK-A-TRfCTORS K. M. C. KEROSENE BURN. ERS FOR FORD CARS. Farm Products, Ltd. 21B Sherlock Building Phone 777 The convention passed a resolution by unanimous vote, indorsing the Vel erans1 {2000 bonoa -scheme. A resolution expressing sympathy t.te and support ct Ibe vz in lhe present [rouble and .commend-j _ ing Ihelr peaceable and peaceful London police alleee thai a Jmethods was inlroduccd, and, while allc aUerapi lo 'raise one-dollar bills Consider Coal Problems i opinion in lhe convenlion.-was slrongly 1 jjn denominallon and pass Ihem Al the meeling of the advisory board 1 m faTor o[ passage.iit was decided I oS on foreigners is being practised in Maniloba. held in the .minisler'a ollice a sub- committee composed of Messrs. Pitch- er, Drown and Chief Inspector Slirling was appointed to consider certain phases of the coaL sUuallon. They will get in touch with Professor Mc- l-anrln ol Saskatchewan University. Dr. MoLaurin will probably make a report at lhe noil meeting of the board lo be held in. tie. minister's of- fice on lhe 27th ol this" montb. Al tic lalor world, and was enlhusiastlc ally applauded by the farmers. Political Action In the present BudS.L Col. he recent LMnery. lhe Undersecretary tor the .Colopies, was also, careful lo say thai in a i ----------r---------- W33 VAs IlDl 3 S) 3- .emmenli. To this responslblVly lhe ol .proiecllonI." 'ProvinclalGovernmentbaslivednp.ini. ipjlh-appears 10 be. conlinues ,'what Is highly proeressive legtsla- "tlon. TLe .Municipal Hospital scheme 'Should be productive of Ibe greatest 'good. .TAKIN.O the Globe, that the measure which has. been balled by Canadian prolec- llcnlsls as an abandonment by Ibe Unilcd Kingdom of free trade -is ei- pecled to reduce Briliah cusloms dul- ies-lo the eitenl ot about fifteen mil- lion dollars a year. There Is no way known to political economists where by an increase ol tariff proiecllon can be provided hy means ol a re- duction In lhe scale or duties, unless .L.A.. and C. S. Kobl Fere appointed memoers of the board jil lieu of General Stctvarl and, Mr Trego. who were unable lo acl. Very great interest -5 already being.takei by boards of trade, civic aclhorltiea and Iho public.generally in Iho, Indus trial congress lo be helil in Medicine Hat. Lethiirldge, Calgary and Edmon- lon from Ihe lltb to the ISIh of Au- gust. Those who thus lar have given absolute or conditional promises p defer action until Aid. Broatch had city een given an-opporluuKy to address) _ he gathering. Epokai ]n lne AE5e'mbly former Premier or about talf an hour, outlining lhe a( xewfoundlnml, vrhose Cab- :ausca of lne present irul resigned last week, announced n.......4 ot [pon, public life, and slated hs intended "to accept Tbe resolullon on' political action the rcgislnirsliip ol the Supremo Cnurt at present vacant, and which followed in lhe main those passed at the jiiaislir had oltereil him lhe previous..conventions One: resolu-. lo rccent lion staled lial independent, political I1 organization by the farmers was in ilEelf proof of their'objection to thej old party syslc-m and Ibelr chief aim, declared lo be a business adminiBlra-1 tlon based on lhe (tradamenial prin- ciples of democracy.' "FOR CARDSTON DISTRICT SOLDIER'S In honor of lhe Fnllen Heroes of this Municipality anil DIs- Iricl, It Is proposed Itit a suitable'memorial be erected In com momorallon of them and lhe sacrifice of Ihelr lives for (ha cause of freedom and right. By Virtue ot our office we hereby, Invite all Citizens of Cardston and Vicinity TO BE'PRESENT AT A' 1 MEETING To'be held Tor Lhe purpose of deciding the of. this warlhy erection AT CARDSTON COURT HQUSE SATURDAY, June 7th WALTER E. PITCHER, Mayor. AT 2 P. M. F. N. CHRISTIE, Regent, Hampshire Chapter' SCHOOLMASTER SPEAKS IN SATIRE; STUDENT TAKES IT SERIOUSLY FORT you arc Minister of Educalion yoii can frame CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY in the case ol duliea on raw mater- 'NECESSARY STEPS A; special committee of lhe House OllsWB has been organized for -loins'Inlo Ih6 cost of living problems. this relief much (hanks." will .be lhe sigh throughoul lhe Dominion in that something al lasl is going to .be done lo arrive at lhe why and the .Wherefore of the present eitraordlo- reprtzen- 'tatlveB of women's organizations, and -.'others arc Ic term commlllees. The scope of the committee as ilated In lhe despalch lo ascertain .lhe cost lo Imporlers or manufaclur-1 age colonial firms to take up en of the following staple articles: j manufacture of these articles, in Boots sjul shoe-, ordinary clolhlpg. i case a drop in prices wouM 'il- [meals, and meal products of packing, j timaiely follow. A nlmllar slate of 'fresh-and cured, roal, milk, and but- "ler. IE added lhe average rentals for reildences of working .classes, fbe average general rate .of j Imported, these articles." banl( Interest on commercial paper, j The Toronto paper concludes with lhe ultimate 'retail prices charged In ine reminder lhat Canadian lesls- allend and address the congress are I grnmmatlL-al rules lo' suit Keary Ford, Ixjuis Hill or Vicc-Preal-; Wa5 satirical rebuVc admlnislereil' rlenl Budd of the Orcal Northern Hail- way; Joseph Oliver, president ,of tbt i Oliver Plow Co.; II. Krsklne. prcsi- j denl of tbe Sluiiebaker Hobert'. Dollar, president nf the Do'.lar Steam-' :ome years ago by Principal Qeorgo i l.inloiion ol the Ktnb'ro Public School' .0 an argumcnMve twelve.year-old lail lameJ Co3y. The Irate dominie H. SVellon, Okinmgce B. Jlann National presMenl .al Jhe Raiiv.ays: K. W. Kealllt-. president of Ihe CM'.ll. Co.: Sir Kd- ;r ials. In regard lo the tew llcms In which Ihc preference on manufactur- ed articles favors the overseas Do- ________................... minion, one of the leading merchants cf Txmdon said "Ibe BiOsel for colonial preference In regard -.0 watches and clocka would have no Immediate ellecl on lhe prices or these articles, because practically the whole of onr IrnpnrU came f.-o.-p Arti-r- lea or Switzerland, and not from .the colonies. If Ihe preference became permanent, however. It mlghl encour- proalled with regard lo mo lors and cycles. So far as the colon- ies were concerned, we eipoiled, nol Dollar, present of-ine Dollar steam-; coallnnallon class scholar ship Co. and .vice-president ,____, on conslnicl- Ion. and the pupil maintained his point OVICTORIA The TRANS-CANADA LIMITED A New Daily All-Slceping-Car Train brdlpnry retail stores la conaumerd who will be called upon short- detl.Tefed of such articles. to wnh ihe cuaioms duLlos In 'reference 10 retail prices. KB 0[ (he Dominion should rtmembnT inay observe, lhat a ueparttoenl oljcol. Amery's slatemenl that lhe Brll- Ihe Government, that of Labor, docn not propos-i a sya- .Hshes a gazelle fcnown as tbe T-alior j [em Of prolcclion, and .Mr- Chamber- every month Is con iain's reply to in which lift .tatned list of prlcea of the com-.l pointed oul that he hart nol proposal raodltfes of life In cafiOTis (an foori, __ in ihedlfftrenl provlnceB. This inorilh- alio carries slalemcnls of lhe com- pfcraljVa coul ot living lo families f'froih'niontTi to month. The inTonnj- ;tloh In the iJibor Oazettt, If genlljr reaj, nhoutd have givpu ilie 'Government sorrtc light as lo whnl ,Td pcr.ions ino InrTies taller, n Chk-npo man has invtntf-d me.lnl forins lo 'itc. yilaruil In HIM sii" Si'nr.c the ice Miere have ho'-i lOO.ri'jfi alJlillcanln lo jro In Kurorii j from Hit- Dulled Stales, the liulk lin Ul toloe on In lhe ficli! of jmniternnts reluming lioine. HATS S5rDAD aHdAir's PUP' to Idc erasrnration of the pedagogue. The Principal proved a prophet. TV. la'l v- Hon. H. J. Cody, Min- i of Kilnration for Onlario. ivho officially n'jitefl r'orl William a.lili Port Arthur today. Tho story was! lol'i ji'itilkly liy Jlr. Munroc. al of ifie Slalc Jllver Valley, who I was a clasaraalc of lhe Minialer in the' ICmbro school. "He was always a sharp debalRr." said Mr. Munroc. who] motorerl Irom hH homo In lhe valley lo grcel hi.i old school friend. Making the fnstcst time between terminals of any transcontinental Leaves Calgary 9.45 daily, reaching Vancouver in 25 hours. East-bound train leaves Calgary. 9.30 p.m. daily, for Winnipeg, 'Tor- onto and Montreal. i An llallan al Penalangulshone. Onl.. 1 was lo six .months tor man- nfaclurlng lifjuor. lie Mothers of Ilonehlon, Mich, cl.lrcil Mis.i Annie- M. N'ye, aupr or of klndeigarlena, lhe best clllzsn, 1 and gave her n illamrtnd ring. If you want good value tn an everyday serviceable ahoc for hoiiae or work, visit our Help Yoiiraclf Kale on and after .funs Ijlh. In lhe Shcrlotk Tlh Street Slore, In V. Hr03. Romfe particularly fcrjoil values In Hlb'ti anrl Ojtfonla for women or Rlrh who can wear from 2y, lo anfl men from to 6J4. W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD JWENUE 30UTH SHERLOCK BUILDING train in America, and saving a busi- ness day each way across Canada. .Limited to SJceping-Car Paswngers only FIRST TRAIN JUNE 2nd Far apply lo my of CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY WHERE TO STVT Kn route lo Die Pncific Coast you should slay nt. Cnnndirin I'scific holds. Tlsere is no licllcr slnndanl ol liolol accomniodnlion in Cnnadn. Ihc cily holds pictured Ijclov, which nrc open all ihc year round, (here arc others thnt appcni to holiday travellers pic- Inrcstiucly siluatcd in the majni- ficcnt Cnnadinn I'ncifle at TianfT, Lake, Louise, Kmcruld Lnke, Glacier and EMPRESS HOTEL' PLACE VKXR." ;