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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOB FOUR IJEl'HHHinUE DAILY HF.rUI.n SATURDAY. JUNE 7. She letbbribge Deralb WklLY AND WttKLY PfAprlltora Pybllalwrl 'Uhl LITHBRIDGE HSRALD IN9 COMPANY. Ml Unit tcuth, U.lhbnciji W A. JBd Managing Dlitelor Toirance Builnan UUrlil i OtTic 1I5Z ..........1 122 Audit Burtiu ot Subtcrlailpn lT. Tint ly, delivered, par few by mail; per rtir Wwklr, by mill, fir WMklT. tj mill per yen to U.9..IM ot eiplrr at tear 4allr on addreii libel. ol altar tlptratlon Mr authority to contiaui ih> iioJ ou Monday. lo Truscoll o! town at a prk Kid 'o be in the neijhlioriiocil of SSCO a.-ro. With- out doubt this Is the best commercial orchard ir.-u-l in valley, and Is scl oil' to about i.OOO ol the three best sclllns Mac- intosh Red ana nicely There is R iICKED UP IN ASSING KOH THKMIUSV WAS (From Our Ow June ll, SmllL. of Ibe Globe (tore. Is'building an afljl- ion''io nJs itoreMo be used as the nosl office. The entire cotnmuuUy is gralulatinE ,Mr. Smith on his Rood work, as a new building was urgently needed, also a uew location was nbso- lutelr neceEjary. Many bolts will Increase the appearance ol Iho posl ollice. Mrs. O.'T. Scolt Is nursing al thl home of Mrs. Tom GoJIrey. Walter Ihe contractor. Is building the nov post oHlce. Ho and Ma brolber very busy-building dlffertct additions IK town. Wlnnllred Is booming. Mrs. Tom Qodfroy has been slck last weak with, blood poisoning ______ tba home of Mrs. mile Porth Arthur Llbenils veil! reorann- tig with J. T. Emersou as Alomo Scholleld accidentally tuol Vllled his wile, at Orceafleld. S. Kern. Kitchener, was fine! 5300 (or seeing ail Illicit still al -a sls-room bungalow on an acra for a moment liar. iLu changes would satisly The prevailing sentiment of weslern Canada, bsl. nevertheless, reduclions have been made Ibat will offend the protectionists and more especially those engaged in the manu- facture o( agricultural Implements. In considering Ihe Budget. however, y cry.n. MadainB P. Mercler. mother ol Harriy' Davis, left on Saturday la Tlslt her. son. and daughter In brldge IpV a. short ivhlle. Tom G6dlreT was indisposeO must not overlook the vast revenue re- j [n untavoreble rerorts is sorattains which stows a supsr-sensiilvenois of Ihe aspen leaf variety. Tl e press can easily. allord to Ignore such paHrv obssrvillons in tbe spirit which psr- meatts the press. The spirit ol tie press Is lo be fair and nccurale. II, in the inherent weakness ol all humin natures there should, perchance, he any error made in any statement, Ihe press is only too willing lo reclily It, but Ihe press Is most caretol lo see lhat there are ao openings lor the The valued publicity Is estimated having D Tirnmon! ana Campbell Blavr are the Insesl to invest in autoi. Tee former has a new Studebaker. while Vr Hiair's ourchasa is i Kurd, MULCJ ihowerv weather praviiled IheUults of helng gaised while overseas of the week and Ihe excel- j However, .his 'many, friends are glad for a few days., last ncrrous spellB'-'at. times from the quired to mMt'our heavy obligations Incurred during the wnr. Where we wiped oul the larltl we mutl look lor olber revenue. The ilinisler of Finance has ncl Tlpsd cut tie tiritf on any naw articles. He has simply liken Ihi war tar oil foodslufla. clolhins and imple- menls, and, In Ihe case o! the latter, slight reduction on the Eie ns lo aee tral taritf. He-has Sid the raisins ol revenue In view, Lhough In our (mind he could have .Terr well made, deeper fntr helped Importations and aided ,-eyenue. Revenue .will jncreise only 1 wiih- Increased tmporly- and imports kre" lower tsrlfl. Where Sir Thomas White .milerlaUf (ails is In neglecting lo a greater. extent Ihe duties ttiiffs' and clothing in an effort lo aeai'wilh tie high cost ol living. Cnt- llnE'olf Ihe war lax merely leaves duties where Ibey were in ISM. The war. .in revenue in 1518 was millions. The reduction made'yesterday amounts" fa seventeen millions In" cisloms revenue cpt oil so ibal we ara bearing twenly-alltl millions .larlll' burden more thin in Ai far is foodalulls ind cloth'icg are concerned we.are bick to tariff and re hardly think Ihe iVghl reduction will oo anything Ihe coat living, jhsn tii r-rojuctlon, while lart'f. chaniej on tiricailnrRl Implements'.are inan were olfered reclproc Ily agreement ol 1911, Ii. i> doubtful If they will Very maci a.Mocl price ol Implemtntj. Production l> lJJ irul need ol Iho and. Ihn Implements ol proiacllon should be 'available at the lowest possible cosl in order to encourage production. Tin retention ol Ibe bnilnfH prolltl til IB an amended form and Ihe very ex Unlive Increase In the Income Uaj will ha welcomed, Uiong'n In Ihe lit Mr cage the Ui on the larger Income ronld'have been very will raiai hsar Press conslltut'es IiieH the medium ol service to the public. 11 there is anything to ba fav- orably slid "thV press will.say II. or contraryrlse. :VIffws.rniay.d.i'.Ier hul the press r.as to "rely on'lts'.Tleirpolnl and riot on'lhit ol olhera; H would be well for some.'people to Vfar.ln mind lie'lJnes ol ihe national poet ol Scol- tome.power the gltlie s to see ou'rsel'a as others There are occasions when Ihls applies lo all ot Ul. pallrvilcni (ruil priJspects-are being main lained ideally, though some ranchers .report a slight drop in some ol the varieties ol cherries. The agricultural society hive decid- ed on Sept. 25 and 2.6 as.the dates lor the 1919 tall fair- It Is likely the Xel- on business men will pay Creston a visit under board ol trade auspices with a view lo seeing the lair as well as inspecting 'the proposed Kootenay flats reclamation scheme, and will m guesls ol Creslon Board ol Trada at a banquet on the Ealurday night. Those ranchers in the Valley wno have gone in lor sliefp report a splen- did clip of wool this spring. On the H J some lorly head ol Oilords averaged an S 1-2'pound clip each, while a flock ol 10 grades on tbe C. 0. Rodgefs place 'averaged o.ver 0. Rodgefs place averaged o.ver i-: weet pounds lo Iho fleece. The crop ol 6nd fam1iyi Of Walla lambs 13 almost a 100 per ceut- show-1 are -visiting their par- o know he Is nble to be out again. Mrs. Joo HourgolnV returned to tledlcino Hat last week.' She was not jble to get tho rooms where she ex- pected to start an Ice cream parlor cud nn afltrndon lea room for ths adles. Mr. H. McKinnon, manager ol the Union Dank, received.word yeslerdas lhat he was to ba transferred. His many triends regret exceedingly to lose -Mr. McKinnon. The new man ajer will arrive this week Irom Win Air H McKinnon, J. Thorburn, R Spencer and Frank Hillis were In Medicine Hat June 1st. Mr. Harvey Davis linlshed seedln his 50 acres ol flax on May Mr. M. H. Smith, ol tho Globe store will finish his 3SO acres ol flax seed A. S. I'ratt has been appointed pies Went ol Iho Nova Scotia Tramway; While- Oithlns In tho Indinn river, near Havelovk, John Kiligeiald drowned. Bank ol Commerce. London, have purchased a new building on Dunda street. An American linancial hinm.eon templates building a million dolla: hotel at Halliax, Pasquale CaUilano. Thorold, wa shot and probably mortally woundeW. H. Crawlord was grfcn 'iho necessary powers to go alwad arid select a suitable desisu ol get" a' suitablo' site, and proceed with the erection ol Ihe monu- ment -o aj to bnve the unveiling 6 part oE-tae'-.'fail (aifixerc'tses.-Jrhtis Ls liTsisbt, anrl prospects gf possibly ibe final snm avallablo run- ningU'd 'Beyond preventing the shipping ol rhubarb, which was coming in.smal quantities, the strike al'-pralrip cen lies hss caused no financial loss worth" speaking 'of-to. date', and as i will bo at least two weeks before any ol tie other 'varieties of ,'nill will ha moving the present dislocation ol ship lir a'few i weeks, .south of own. 'The Ladies' Aid will a picnic and entertainment on July lllh. The commillee will all Mnds.pi-sports n the altern'Spn f and als- unches and'ferreshnienta. Rev. Ansdrol, ol Oledlcina Hat, held services on Sunday, June 1st. al the acting-poslmasle Tern may ba the "cup that but Ihe lessening of Ihe.dnty on tea la thi Budget does not make U a cheerful fur as the provision majle lor Ibe. reduction ol Ihe cost of the necessaries of llft- the Treslern dele- a cass of "When meets Grsek then comes the ug of war." ie easlern and alea, il will With what Is expected at the Ot- lawii Convention wlt'J Ihe nieellng ol II that .Ii eipected, as voiced ftk tt'e Liberal convention In the cily. comsi lo.'pass, then D. D: McKenzle ping facilities Is causing little worry. Lindley of (ho D, C. Fruit Mar- ket, Lelhhridge, (a here clrjains'contrk'cts'for. lie salo.0t.spme ol the ranchers' the commUslon" basis.' llK.Llnuley last 1913 Wynmdel soil Iruit crop ol crates last year, and will-likely he selling agent lor the same people agttln this year. Two more returned, soldiers were put to work this week, by the proving c'ial .forestry branch, as-.deputy lire wardens. Geo. Seymoir .will, patrol Ihs Wesl Creston and Corn Creek sed- lions, while Jack Smillr will he-at the lookout Elation ou Coat llountain. Vital statistics for Miy. show .three births, one marriage and no deaths, he newcomers were two boys and ne girl. Tor the same month depnty mining recorder Lamont Issued 21 tree miners' licenses. School Inspector ol Nelson was here, yesterday hearing the En- rance.c'andldates in .rcadlug.. About this xesk during Mr. Godtrey's. ab- sence. Robert has just returned trom France. He was_wounded once.rwhll iTerseas. Mrs. Is visiting he dauirhter.'.Veyna, St.' Theresa Aca( emy" lor a tew days at Medicine Ha Ralph "Spencer, ol Medicine Ha Is helping Trank Hl'llla shipping ou wheat this week- M H. Smith attended Ihe Hela Merchants' Association.convention a Medicine Hat on June 3, t and 5. Mr Chris Hanson fs expected to ar- rive ta -Winnltred this wetlt from Long Beach, Calll. He intends to locate here'again. Jlr G. He an che, of Kenmare, N.D..1 Is spending a few days, in Wlnnlfred on business looking, afler his lown x Several horses were killed on the uoou in Truro. A great reception was given at Van- couver to the famous 7th Dallallon, 1st 13. C. Regiment, upon their re- turn trim the lionl. Captain Harry Black, of Vancouver, who won the Military Cross overseas, given a warm welcome upon his return to his nallve city. Ltls R. Marsh, nn employe ol Ihe Vancouver General Hospital, was slruck flnd seriously Injured by a .reel car nl Vancouver. Henry Clark died In the Nanalmo losnlta'l from injuries caused by a all of coal In the Harewood mine o he Canadian Western .Fuel Co. Major Itelallack, the ap- olntce to Ihe posillon of commission r of public utilities lor British Co- umbla, Is clearing decks for action. Word has been received at .Victoria that the Ice In Ihe river at V.'lille- lorse-has broken, A steamer sailed for Dawson.qn-June'Ihe 2nd. -For tiie firit lime slnco'lhe blarlof and Victoria goiters will meet on the Oak nay linXs-in competition for the Diggerslall Wilton -Irbphy.. _ jinolhcr lint In' the' chain ol pro vinclal-labor bureaus, ilrlllsh Colum- bia, waa.rKsally-establlaasd 'at Kam- loons by J. D. 'McNlver., Depuly Mln- ister ol Labor. Empire, lor his services to his comrades during'lmprlsonmanl. On '.January lOlh last, George Charles Jurylriiin. paid1 a-visit- ID ,his dentist at- ClaphBin Junction, after ivhlch.he-tnllrcly disappeared from hla Ingtesby Oddle, coroner, Westminst- er, 1-lng., .slated, a} an Inauesl, that coroners, and- policemen ivere. tho only .one's who knew bow to cross a road COLLECTIONS NEXT TO" GETTING BUS- INESS 18 SETTING PAID FOR IT. WE ARE GOVERNMENT REPORTS AUDITS CONSULTING 'Agsnls lor the Ehiw Correi- pondence Schools. R. C. FAHRIS SERVICE AGENCY Macdonald Black Phone 1616 A disastrous lire destroyed N.E., AdvorllEcr. the Keep your Shoes Nea LIQUIDS AND PASTES FOR BUCK .WHITE, TAN IHI COKPOIMIONI UBITIB. track east ol yesteriloy. 4 another jamp in Ibe bring back (rtben of the "wandering sheao." It would appear ttal too 11 trying lo make Ihe iccomai around 'five ind six thousand aollanhsar Ihe keavleat hurdeni. The mll'.iXe that bsi heen mide'In our Income t" was lot to make It heavy at the beginning to as to reich lortunei made dor- be war. Under our unlaied war loam-most ol the war nrolits hive been, are alrald, Imrested In tbtss Unlaied seourllles and the. new In- 'come lai Trill not al Ihlj new 'A general larill revision (ollorlng InveBllsatloq Is assured neit year la no''assurance, bowever, lha 'll will be downward itfiiiuu. While 'recognizing Ihe demand lo meet our ereal war obligatlone, we are dlsippolnu-d list Ihe larill changes hot prOTMe [of a greater reduction of iLe'dulles on looilstulfs and cfilh- lli( anil the IliiLleinenls of proiiucllon. What Hie tirlll should have fsaluren' ire'remedies Jor the soaring 'cosl ol ilTlrig and encpurjgemtnt .our be rlevRJoperl lo Ihe eeneral Some people nay oe Inclined to cal the Budget a temperate one, in the appearance of the endeavor ol II: ramer to aleer a middle coarse. Olh era will he Inclined to call It a tern perence Budget with the dullei reduc ed on tea-and collfra. en pupils will examination .Chas! Foss yesterday yiirchased the, acre lot at the corner of Vivlirla Av- enue and Vancouver slrcel, and Is ireparlrig lo erect.a corbmodlous resi-' deuce on Ihe. property. In Ihe Inler-lown laseball series be- Iwcen Creston and Krlckson the lat- ter team Is now Icading'hy a margin ol (Jiree games ,to none. however. Ehowel ereatly improved lorm In last Sunday's game and Irom now on Iho race should be more eiclt Ing. British Member Asks For Cop> of Canada's Order-in-Coun- cil Respecting Aliens LONDO.f, JunS'T.4-In Hie house o commons yesterday Slr'-John asked rlhe home Becretary to oblaln anil lay on the table-of the house an order'-ln-councll recenll Issued -by the Canadian governmcn lor the deporUUon and. cxcluslon-o Gcrmana and other nndealrahlp alloc trom' the Dominion. Hon. Kilward Shorit replied ho un derslood il was to lay o Ihe lable an orijer-ln-couacll. ol th Dominion government, bill he hn conveyed the suggestion to Vlscoun Tbe delegitan to the Liberal convcn tlon al Irom the riding will go In fighting fettle, vit feathers plumed and with spurs trim- med 10 do battle (or western intor- tlls. Thli Is a good spirit lor antici- pating K fray. In 1914 there were six factories In the United Stales.-with a production ot 3000 tons -yearly, w'nlle now there are 50 producing Ions ycarly- Mllnor, sccrclary .for the Sir John Knlclicr: view of th Importance of a matter ol (his no dyealufl in discussing alien restricllo bill, where can We' gel- this ordcr-l council.'1 g'tiqrtt: "I should ItllnK at I colonial office.1' Oogi