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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Deralb t. Siberia. OA1LV AND WEEKLY and JHt LETHBRIDGE.HEHALD PRINT- IKG COMPANV. UHITEO Mh Slrot Boulh, Lithbrldgi _ W nl Minasini Director f Bustntlt resolution passed unanimously in I I Nova Scotia LepsHtuiv, ssjiinst tnej ot Ihe Dominion sovoinment uu u to in'e present time le tie com- pension Xtni ScotU, sni aglinjt Ihe rrefKfnce aV Elven 10 Ike central provisoes in leJ.ralidiuimsiraiivesnd matters. TELEPHONES 'ntM Orfin------...... 1Z24 Audit Bureau tl SubKrlptlon Ritei: Dallj. fltllTered. per D.llr. delivered. per yew D.UJ, b> mill, per 7ear Werttf. br mall, per year WMklr, bj mall, per year 10 U.S.. -lj H-W JS-00 The resolution. moved by J. C. Tcrv and by Hoc. Mr. ChUholm, was U ifcc effect Ihal frovlnci- o! No" ScotU ihould upon the federal govern- ment thi immediate and Just settle- ment of tour matters: Compensation lor ihe'lands reserved lor school pur- poiei In.Manitoba. Saskatchewan anJ Mberla; compensation tor the cash paid W 'h' province In ot lands: compan- satlon for lie lads granted to Quebec and Onlirlo, and compensation tor toe province ot Nova Scotia for unfair reatment in the public expenditure Iocs Confederation The wotern school lands, Mr. Tory Idea, covered it LKTUBTUBCiK OAIM1 FRIDAY, JU1STI 6. 1919 In ills end Dr. Loverli: lution scceptcJ tha .__. he SO 1.1 with the of Liberal CiHv-Jiiiou wus carried unaul- mously. Mljhl Brtak With East SlMklBJ U tLc n-solulUn. Mr. -Mar delegates iho. wes' "n-iikiiul platform tin fald should sefk io li era lu There is no reason why all Liberals should cot stay tha o'.J sh'.u so, !hat It ehoiild nt-i sink. II IHe dele- 1 ga-fs from west emil not gcv-all ia- In ilie muiuka :pf. Sted- Ulan at Ihe couveu'.lou be welcomed them 10 the town of and considered ik an honor o preside at Iho ilrsi Liberal cou- voullcu ladtes sit delegates so great a cause. It must be a good cause or iliey Mould nol be there, and when ihe ladies lako a haud n thesa ihlugs It means success as hey a'.ways push to sue- ressful Issue. The convention was a Eooa ihe best ever held la Ma.-lfcJ. Twelve Ladles Present iICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOHTUE BUSY V1AN Among the twelve l.idies. ivbo took their part lii voting qucstious. DttM ot aiplry ol tubicrlptlons ap- MAT dally on address UbjL Accept IBM of eiplrallon dat. Ii .iiihorliy to condnu. thi aub- icrlptlon. the ntereit on rai their yilat.'orin incorconilo.i la the I'onal Lhcv should gel H5 ranch ot it they could, H "Stern Liberals diJ col .synipa'-Mw 'n6 m. ho wjuld not slay a.lrr.lreJ Mr. Huchp.n- western them li THE I. O. D. E. SATURDAY TAG DAY The untiring activities ol the women ot Luthbridie. In purposes which are actuated by ibe most lolly motives cannot bnt claim the unslinted admir atlon of the community. The spirit o not after Ihe arduous wholehearted services they have ren dered' during Var-time is somethin which is Inspiring. The best apprecia lion (hal can be given ii is that of en courag'emenl by standing behind ibe women, in the efforts they are making to carrr on the good work to which they rallied when the war was on. 'On7Saturday. Lhe Sir Aleiander Gait Chapter ol the Daughters of the Em- pire are calling on Ibe people'of I-elli- bridge to help them'in keeping their mist- That trpst is Jo beautify keep hallowed the'soHlers' plot in tie cemetery. However the will and ihe .wish may he present wiih.those who have espoused what is i sacred ditT, Is .the the wherewithal to that 'their efforts may meel witi that success which measures up woal has inspired them. .l.The, dntr in the cemetery which the 'members of the sir' Aleiander Gall 'Chapler have undertaken Is Intensified acres, or i3 of Nova St-otia. The ids sold was paid lo the western provinces. Tc'.al pay- ments to date, with credits and the value ol unsold land, amounted to 57000000 in Manitoba, T5lOOO.5W.lo Saskatchewan and SB2.000.000-to Al- berta. he asked; "will iu Nova Scotia stand as com- pjred with these provinces? The sll nation must not be permitted.- When Uousc In regard 19 nil's stini! In ih iho maierlsl rcducllan ot the high co" ol livlns v.-hich was Ihe o! the preseni unres.. Ti'.s only thins aUovtito Ibis WES lu reduce the tnriff materially. To J protective tariff cf SO io W, par__ccnt. was due the ol clolfflns and oilier io 'do SliAGAISIF Heavy Electrical Storm Follow- ed Week-End Ilain, Pulling Soil in Good Shupe Ihe people hear about'il there will .be eruption, and something Kill be done." He demanded lor Xova. Scotia 5 credit enual to what olhe-r prov- inces bed already received. {S.917.000 and that it should also share wllh ths other province In the sale or Ihe re- maining lauis, msEing a total credit of tor educational pur- putposes duty oa Uvmrlei. They could uothlng than ailoL't thq Calgary platform. Expects a ronliuuing his remarks. Mr. Wool! that the eastern delegales wou'id with ot conie'lo ;h6 Ottawa their necXs Lowed lu nllo ihal wisal is is' in BuisUnce the honoring of those lit away graves overseas. The selr- imp'osed task has an iissllnctive claim (6r support by those who fully sense what bur boys have dons in Ihe vt 'jt" 'jrVa smEll recpsspeuse but, Jnrarselv' the response'should be large war of contributions'to mate (he efforts of the Sir Aleiander Gall Chipler of those for whom they are'so well and worthily used. THE LIBERALS IN Cl'fy CONVENTION I 'rThe" met in the dl7 that .they 'were doubtful us to the lulnre pollcr ol Ihe "pirlVTBey claim io represenl in m nominitlni a candidate. This action Hai been 'delerred. it" can be reason abjy'co'pleclurea, unlll some dcfinit pronouncement has been made In the convention lo meet al Otuwt In T: The appolnled at yejter- convention will to to the capital armed with what Is regarded a west era program In the inleresli of the Vitl. They, go with the. anticipation u opinion.In Uu meeting showed, to 'do ullh. ilelegiles ihonIS their program connlct In esssn tlali "Tlli those pi the west. ihji period, with the cbnlesaions In the House at Ottawa of principles In-regard to Urlff and public own- conBlcl with generally ac- cepted Liberal principles, II le difficult Snow 'what, the party which calli (tiell the Liberal parly stands for: Those', who aet at the, Knights ol Pythias hall evidently have made up Ihelr'minds as lo a platform by adopt- ing thai ot Ihe Calgary convention. The convention at Ottawa will, there- fore, be something In the way ol a clearlpg ground and an of opinion! between the men who call themselves Liberals In Ihe Ealt'and those who call themselves Llberali In the The oulcome o( Ibal con venllon will be watched with Interest III Iho .development! that may arise 10 policies. DMlins wlto the subsidies paid to Ihe western provinces in lieu "1 lands, Mr. Tory said that their mining and forest lands had been controlled by the federal government, who paid ihe provinces a subsidy, part of this har- den falling on Nova Scotia. XOTV the western provinces wanted both lands and revenues.- He would hand tie lands over to Ine western provinces and live Nova Scotia an equivalent subsidy, which would be "sir. Tory declared that In general federal.-Bdmliils'tratlon and expendi- ture. Nova pcotla was neglected. Her representatives could never get" a lair hearing. There had never been a department at Ottawa thai Xnew anylhuJE aboat fish- They coujd no tell' a scclpin from a haddock. Tha neglecl of Ihe maritime provinces bad- been' equally .bail under all ad- minlitralioris: vsincV Nova Scotia bad paid lie Dominion1 240 millions In taies bnl only dribbles of it had been spent here. The west lil received many millons more than railway eipenditure alone. -The Hallfai Chronlc-le, in comment- ,uv ---5 for the wesljo. de- mand all it so that when it cama 10 a clash there be room lor compromise. The t'algary -platform was for bringing before the people what the west needed. II. was the ksvnote o. the best tfiopgbl ol the province. If the western- delegates went lo Oltawa vrilh Iheir minds not made up they would be regarded as a ivishv-washy bunch, and Ihe east would them. K nt, wishy- put 'it all over the convention be' was going't( -land lor Mr. Buchanans policy and even further with free trade. People uerc tired of the two old poht.cnl parties. Retering to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Mr. E3lu that, in spite of what..was said to the contrary, he reduced the tariff as far as thb people would let him He would have gone further bnt lha people prevented lhp_passins ol Ihe reciprocity measure. (Kroin Our Otvn SKIFF. June urmuis are all siniling around this I'flrt of the pountry and U is a pleasure to sen tiiem come lo On Monday night ive hail another viry heavy electrical slorm. Breaking IB in full swing although there only ono or two outfits IhAt liad to O.UII at all. There Is still a lot of flai 10 bo seeded here and a small acreage to bo seeded to oats. The winter rye Is certainly fine. One field or about' 300 acres is head- Ins out and will be ready for the ebout middle of July. to drMl an well tor Mr. urear, work lo start Immediately. If he has any success, the Doukhobor colony are soing lo have drllleil as well. M'ork Is progressing on Ihe school j boafe. Skiff should be proud of her' echool. Tbe Foremoft school board hive been lo look at II and have de- decided lo have'onn built on Ihe samo plan. One olher school board is also planning on Ihe same design. SI. Thomas cllliens carried two nc-cey bylaws by large majorities. Sir Robert Baden-Powell Uoy Scouts at the University stailluui. oronto. Hvdro charges in Ouelph havo been reduced for power to per noree- power. Army Service has made ft map Ihe U. S. giving complete dctill tor airplane routes. Mrs. Annie Chollck Shumoklu. Pa. gave birth to sot twins In three years. Retail price, ot Ice in New York Is fiied at 65 cents a hundred pounds, an Increase ol o cent-. Four passengers lost their lives when the steamer Virginia was burn- ed iu Chesapeake bay. Graduates in the.' depailinent ol clsl service. ol Toronto, received their diplomas. Hydro municipalities' repreeenla lives empowered Sir Adam Ueck lo negotiate with .employers ou Ihe Chin- pawa canal Tori. J AD ocean-going steel lug, the first of 3'i 100-foot vessels heiug built at Bay City. Mich bo launched Doit monib. Cleveland street car fare will be- on July 1st from o cc-nU lo 11 llckels for 50 cents and 1 cent lor Irausfcre. Q. S. Anti-Saloon League rtll con fine its activities sololy to ftghtlnt the liquor tramc and will not meddlo with tobaccn. Dr. Randall Judson Condon, of CIn clnnatt. was choson auperintendeu ctioll school: f a year. nt a Ealnry o Thomas Boyd. 76. Adrian, Mich., made (uneral preparations and Ihen killed himself by shooting. A model toivn. constructed by the Government exclusively for negroes, n-ns opened at Truilum, Va. Harry Mitchell tesllDed In Boston that Ue cut his wile's skirt oH and burned it lo keep her al home. tlageapple Ihe a two-year- Mr Norman'has signed a contract old Holsleln bull, was sold lor ?125.- -_.--. _ a p.-jffalo stock-farm Lale. A H-year-olil Stamford, Conn., boy lost both hands irhen he found a dy- namite cap and .hammered II a stone. .Win. J. Quinn. of Odessa, was drowntd at Kingston, while working oulstilc n boat on a scalfolu, which gave At Iho annual meeting ol the Gen eral Federation of Women's Club of America a plan of consolldatlo with federated clubs" of Canad aud Japan was recommended. Federal Judge flayer, Ntw Yor' has s'sncd nn order restraining fed eral authorities from Inlerlcrlng with manufaclure ot beer conlalnlng not more than 2.76 per cent, 'alcohol. Henry Ford predicts alcohol will supplant all other fuel such as coal and oil. that water will bo the source of world's power and alcohol will pro- vide olher types of powor. FREE to All 624-Page Book wlti OTW 100 IWralti slotr world's belt muilc. Whether own a or not, Get Your Copy of thii Big Book FREE I( onl of tOTra, four name nnd addresi and we-11 mall you a cbpyj Victor mm- chines from on lime II dMlred. Balmoral Bltck "The Home of who be- lieved her dead a_girl pln- lel beneath aji aufo' naar Nogalti. Arli. She will recover. Messrs. W. and H. Fetlf rs motored I Abner R- Baum, a1 motor police lo Eliikom Sunday bul had He mis-1 man. was shot anri killed by one lortnoe1' -their car and had to gel aoolher car to come back In. C. T. COQS-DS, J. H. Normau and A. Larsen prere business visitors to Letli- bndgc this A. Larsen has Rone to Cftlgarj' to- (day by way'of'Taber for repairs (or Mr. Wool! look a itR-al President his two Case engine.'.; U.F.-A-- whose talk of a new form of government, he said, was beside tie mart, ES the .government ot Canada could not be changed iin- the B N-A. Act vas cWmgeil. The farmers, if they went lo OUawa.aa an Independent body, -would be in Ihe mino-lty and would :qnlr sit on the -liin- benches effecting any- W. L. Yond was a business visitor ID Lethbrldge. The strike is makinfj things ..very inconvejlle.nt tqcithe en. gine men. They to iravc-l all the way lo Lelhbrldge for lhelr..repalrs. lerday. As there is no water at. Con rad. he Is going to shear'at King's Lake this year. The Bullock Bros are also figuring shearing near" Skiff Hr- believed In the farmers'.I LMrs. Alakavlsh has.relumed fron 31, eicepl ihil parl'of it .which t Lsthbrldee, after vlsiUng Iriends nea of otr. men whose aulo he stopped near Trenlon, X. J- John D. Halin, of Kitchener, dropped ead -while talking with a friend on he slreet, walling for his doctor to lerform a minor operation on him. Unless reversed by legislation, Ihe United Stntcs will, go bone dry In January. 1020, even If congress adopts the president's suggestion to ng on the resolution, says: "This is 'he most momentous qneslion for the people'of Nora Scotia that-naa been presented In mam a long daj. We have proved; time lime, by inconlrovartible (acts and'.BguresMhat this province bid been and wa3..con- limiously .being robbed and despoiled for the benefit of other parts ol Can- ada. >The only answer from the prov- inces, profiting at our eipense has been. "Well, what are you going lo do about And Inlp answer has al- ways been offensively given. ifil's. stalVof aflaifs Is in- tolerable, and must be rectified. The maritime provinces have Leen plun de'red, right and left. They have been heartlessly sacrificed auo'tlfipped for Uie'henefil of Ihe olher members of Ihe Conlederallon, and Insteirl of syinpalhy. wo have received scorn for our 'lack of progressiveiiess' on the weilern >odel. If only partlsanism tan be wholly eliminated for once, and an absolutely united anil firm stand taken by tht people of Nova Scolkl and itic other maritime provinces. Ihe means can be' found of forcing the rectification of such ..rank injustice HMrcMmenL We are under Brit- jh institutions, not Bolshevism. If our will Ii strong enough the way will be found." called for lie nnrlaled" resif nalion of here, the caadldctc. if elected, lo be. used by the executive, il'necessary. Mr Wooif spoke- sarcastically of an independent' body in- parliament by. at'Tidmonton, who voted'evcrjYlime with Ihe opposillop... twice, when they walked out The Herald, he concluded, had called.him names during election, bill, ho bore it no gnidgE. v s. Dr Lovering argued Ibal the dele- gates should go toV.OUawa.with an open mind and should not be too r.gll on the Calgary platform. Mr reduction ol Ibe urill was parl'-ol the recon- struction problem. The-prlce ol lum- ber liad gone ap 'since June 1st 13 Mr. Brodie said thai; the we'sl was crying lor a measure, of freer trade, and the Calgary plalfonn would great- slrenglhen It. 51r. Schl agreed with Mr. Wool! as W. E. lUgleY ot Brallleboro, went Irout fishing. He paid HO for hting the trout law nnd f5 each short Iroul he caught, a Deluding costs. ilnry C. Henlgen. ol Camegle, Pa., used n Ionic, which burned liar scalp and caused her tKilr to -fall out. She is suing the drngglsl who compound cd It lor (6000. E.- R. Vincent, a popular' resident of Guelpb, was fatally injured nt the Speedwell company's factory." He waa employed >ln Ihe packing department arTd while holallrig a heavy caso h fell and the caso fell on lop ol him crushing In his chesL anil fracturing his skull. COLLECTldNS NEXT TO II4ESS IS PETTING PAID FOR 1T.- WE ARE SPECHLliTS GOVERNMENT FEPCRTS AUDITS -AND CCNSu'LTJNO ACCOUNTANCV, for Ibs Stu'w pondence Scliools. B. C. FAHH1S 8EHVICI AGENCY 6 Macdonald Block War Time Prohibition AN INCIDENT THAT SHOWS HO WTO DO IT A young.' pnle-face veteran In mufti walked into the ol-, tics- of Gea. charge ot demobllliatlon military dls- IricL' Tha door was open' and Ibe ormer private approached the gen- eral unannounced, ae Is .Ilie custom n the new regime Ibat has been in- augurated. he tald, "I've lost my repeal Ihe' Act. Commander W. G. Klchardsou. U. S. N.. o( Newlon, -Masi-. his son, and Miss-Madlsoq; ol'-.. XuburndaloJ Mass, ilhair 'auto was struck by' a train at Laconla, sl-Eugeue ITeid's''widow was gi a J16.000 verdict agilnsl Dr. John H. Cunningham, Doslon. for. the death of her husband. It iras 'alleged a poisonous lluid was Injected during operat'.on. E. Chadsey, appointed Iw ago as superintendent o Chicago schools, salary ol a year, was removed by a new schop Cbaa raontha he tald, "I ve ,o5t my Job. I was a clerk In J.hc bank, board, and Peter A. Mortenson name They cave me back'my to succeed him. "FOR DISTRICT PEER'S MEMORIAL'' Iu "honor of the Fallen Heroes of Ibis ana Dis- trict It'ls proposed that n suitable memorial bo erected memoratlpn of Hhem and Ihe sacrifice of their lives lor lha cause of freedom, and right. By vlrtiie'ot our oillce wo hereby. Invite all Citizens of Cardston and Vicinity TO BE PRESENT AT A MEET IN O To be held for tlia purpose of-deciding tho detalli of this erection __ ;AT CARDSTON COURT HOUSE SATURDAY, June 7tK WALTER E.' PITCHER, Mayor. AT 2-P. M. F- N- CHRISTIE, Regent, Hampahln Ch.pler j. to Ihe Calgary Kach dele gate slep .-iurther.. If if, brests .up frier Uberal -parly, then there should be a parly._ Mr. O'Brien agreed with tlie Cal- gary plalfonn. ._ ration everjwiitrii so Uial w. may icady v.hen Ihe call w WASUIN'OTOX. June houso hfesllatc fn our selecl'on af a future lacier, hiu ive will bave one wbo will lead ua lo victory. Irt Hit selection of dclesatea to go lo OlUwa, tli'i choice-vra3 mfide as follnws: J. Uiialiunty, Cayley: J. Qlllla, Blairmore; Ollle'n, MSclnoil; three slronB rncn. given or their lime anil mcins lo liolp the great liberal cauao. T came back from the front all right. But my wife look :the 'llu and baby took the 'llu, and I couldn't fid anybody to loofc atter tliem, and then look the 'flu ihyie'll. "When I had een away from the office three weeks got a letter from'the head of my eparlment F.aylng. Ibal .lie was a-.v- ully sorry but he liad been obliged o gel someone lo fill my place.'.and I ,had lo be permanently. And loday s the firsl -lay'I have been able lo et out, and I came to see ii you, could o anything, general." "What dlil you say.Ihe name of the bant; asked the general. The name was repealed and fjc general wenl lo the prujne. j "Get me l'iic general manager ofl Ihe--------'ban's on vhilc ir '.'This la) Ocn.-Gunn, general, off'cer lit corn- mand ot Mililiiry Dlslrlct No. 3. spKil.-.': Ing. I called up. to .flnrf onl In going lo be your policy respecting re-; turned Are-you going to: Icok aficr ihem or 1 General protestation from Ihe Then tbe lireaHs In again: "There Is In my Offico Mr. who There '5 only a brief further tele phone Tho general, turn ing to llle flayfl: back to The ce.icral, manager ba didn't know a Ihing: about your raso. and. that, n! he Is golns lo look'ntlcr. J'ou.. Your ]co Ii vralllrj lor you. Anil the brink will pay you your salary for the lime I you were away and pay "your doctor's Wile also." whole Incident illdn'l otcupy much more than five inlnulcs. CANADIAN QV1CTOR1A The TRANS-CANADA LIMITEP A New Daily All-Sleeping-Car he fastest time between teririinals oi any transcontinental train in America, and saving a busi- ness day each way across Cana'da. .Leaves Cnlgary. 9.45 a.ta. reaching Vancouver in 25'hpuri'-'.-; 'East-bound train leaves 9.30 p.m. daily, for Winnipeg. Tpr- and Montreal. l L Under the circumstances It II no: woman suffrage resolution wai surprising lhat Ibe convention took no iteps lo name a candidate. NOVA SCOTIA HAS A GRIEVANCE Tho following grievance whlclj Rcolla Ii EUfferlne and Ihe editor fal aland token by a Hallfai paper ylll tomething Intere.idng lo tiie West. As lo the West being Ihe "Spoiled Darlings of Confederation ihall leave It lo the West to form tljj ilronf was voiced, In ny agtnt of thi CANADIAN (PACIFIC RAILWAY TO" STAY-" Rn rculo ID Iho'l'aoiflc Coast you srioiild slny nl ConntliHn rocific liotcls. Tliere is no bcllcr slundnrd ofliolcl accoirjinrHlation in Canada. Hcsidcs Ihe city liolcls pictured below, which nre open all the year round, Ihorc nra others that appeal-to Upliday Irnvtllcrs pic- situated i" i'nc iiinjjni- ficonl Cnnadian Tncific nl HaniY, Lake Louise, Emernltl ____. __ fjnkc, Olftcier And Sicamous. fMUSER EMPRESS HOTEL- .VrCTOBIA PLACE ;