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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBUIDGE MONDAY JUXK 9, 181ft the tfcralfc e. MULT WMKLV ftli KSSALS f SUNT MM COMPANY, '-IU1TID W A. aj jucnanan Managing Illintlf t lollowini worvls: "But we caaaot invade lhe sphere of Prov- nclil jurlsdicllon because labor roubles at ihe lime sre serious. are matters that are within lhe urlidlcllon of the Provlnc'al Legls alnrti and rot wtlhin the jurisdiction ot the Federal ParlUmtnl. Collect- ive comes within Ihf pur- view ot the Provincial Assemblies." VThai Sr Robert BorJen slued In regard to Federal and Provincial juris dlcllon Is. no doubl, right! But-, at the lime. question ml-M well be asSed why In TELtPHONES 01f.M UterUJ OtfiM PROGRAM! IE PEOPLE Department Getting Well Or- is Attempted EDMONTON'. June very important amendment were made last mportant amtn session as to lejisUHon sffecUns hMlllL AdUHnrtae.irtm.-t 1U4 the acceptance, of responsibility and m ntallu. u.u.----.--. In the senslci ot certain principles ubiic beallh was creaUHl. tatre.hii not been some elfort made to over lhe letter of the. Constitu- tion which slaud; In the way ot their ot restaurants, or bulldinss or premises of JUT kind lo exist. The amendments provide tor severe penalties, not only t-iiosl owners 'and occupants. Mi uriinsl iho members ol the looal board of health, who-decline to act or lo notify Ihe sanitary engineer. There are five sanitary Inspectors, all re- lumed men. now on duty throughout the province. Invested with power, lo P lA iCKED.UP ASSING FOR TBE BOSV MAN Western establish a University. London, (acuity of law. i ir Audit Bureau cf Clr Ham: Jallverea, per week dil'.vered. per year ___ly, Ij 'mail, Weekly, hyjnajl. per by ayali. aer year to T. ol ekplrr ot mbicrlptloni adirtil l'sll.r eipll.Vto d y lo conilnui icrlplloa. ulllllraent hy she caillnj o: a center- puce, o! Ihe ProvinfU! Premlars to aiscu'is Ihe Federal authorities, Lh. and means thereby the ob- H.allone of Canada In Ihe Corvlracl of Nallons coujo: be fulMlPd. In the present [wElllon Ihe -land laien by 3tr' Robert Bonlen. In rejaro lo an underlailns in he ona ot Ihe contacting' parties; and the shuif CRERAH'S ACTION IS CONSISTENT HOD. Thoa Crerar e oar bec.r, at Ihe Ironl for year. turn. He will douMleis wie his old chairman ol Ihe Prov In., Ihf ivlr. Hid larlrts. beea tontlder- would not. hive acceplefl linj It olt on others Is lomeiams which has the appearance of mock err. In ihal. in own words, he has committed, his government lo some- thing which ibal government ot uselt Is unable to lul'll': There may jhe dlifieeliies In Ifce procedure poslllon as r action In ease of e through lasl s'ei.-ion'. the provincial board of h oi the'Lieute der. or mike anyresulalion I may-deem nertisiry will nL-0 1 -'uufce' unless there had fcsfcn aaiee ot a lowerins ol lhe tariff, war and not larills was lhe issi Jiif momem. and ,now lhat lhe ptaclictlly ended changes; are I i ullies through Provincial ure! as in -Alberta, nol being in sas- slon. But In the greater _dllticullies face ihe Domlnjon dlHicullies In'comparison-have.to oe S'ar. overcome. These are llie limes for a 'greal Premier or Can- la Ul.ucu ..----3--, -.--v-- I rt.-ft in Ihe-larff. Mr. Crerar j ,1111 llie opporlunlly.lo.proie .tips oni iloes not agree (rie_tariff charises. lie has beea a consislenl advocate hiniaelt it is not a time to cannkl.'1 unuer iuc he department has sent oui bulletins Md an up-tiHlate compeadlum of in strucllonB, to all medical men. hos lillals and such inslitulions. and IH agems are reaching art lo see lha tbe provisions of the act are being uadc. applicable when necessary Numerous letters and 'phou-.s ha tome trom mtdlcnl men to lie (-hair- man oi lhe provincial boar.l o It.-Ub. yoinl mij utcm ecoe to any municipality, or any por lioll of lhe province for the "preven liorv. millsation or suppression o! d.s ThV aniendmem vas doubt B--arv owing" to lhe'tardiness ol the local boards o! heallh lo act., Bes des as in case of a smallpoi outbreak, "e provincial hoard can deal at once h the terrilory affecled, -whether i ers one municlpallly or several. 11 CSB deal, for eHmple, with lhe 'vac- alion of all peoplo in a Jislncl. appreciation ol the being done In this line. 1 In the public heallh field, ibe gov- ernment Is proceeding as rap dl> as least along the following child welfare The Imperial Oil Company will build a plsul at Trail. A. Duclos, K.C.. has pointed depuiy reglslar ot the Sup- reme Courl 81 Otiawa. Pentlcton and Kerule have [iveu notice Ihll Ibey will hold lai cale this fall. The inlernallotal charier tor Ih mine, mill and suielter workers c Trail has been revoked. The western members of lhe battalion will be-, demobilized at llf elstoke. Kay Lynch, slayer a{ Sherill Joh Harlow and his son, was lynched Sprtnglleld, Mo., hy i mob. United Statts Shipping Board will claipi, 11 brooches. S stickpins, id .chains. Tplat }3j.CO..' 'Michigan polalo nien say. Ihere are ss lhau 3.0CO lu lhe slale Dd predict the price will go lo bushel before Uie new crop arrives. PLe. Fred Grecnburg was removed o the base hgspllHl at Ayr, Mass.. tier tearing up a fJO bill and al- cmptlng to swallow it. After Ihlrly.lwo years of efficient ervlce Inspector James t lhe Dominion Secret Service, has osigued. al it may lines: Schools inspection, W0rk, hospital accommodation, treat mem ol tubercular pillenls, of Ihs menially unfit and to tins, il is uuderslood, that the department is inaklns a Eur- ,'ev of the province to ascertain what points are not wllhln sinking distance. Ijnueu organlic a bureau to supply ships lor taking coal to foreign pons. A secllou o'f lhe English wholesale trull trade are endeavoring lo secura lhe cancellation ol Iho Appls Conlrol The ladies ot Revelstoke want the city council to spend (or a own park and the ladiei guarantee o do' the filing.. Soldiers on .troop llaias passln through ol Michigan are so wol supplied with Iresh "eala" they throi tinned Acel from the car windows which.Is'harvested by residents ce Iho track. The fled Crois society nevo sloke Is sllll knllllng socks (or th soldiers. -Revelsloke surely has woi en of a palrlolic brand. Mrs. Peterson, ot Sandusky, Ohio, paid SiS-for Ihi-one word "safe" cahled ffom her son, wilh 4ue U. S. forces Iri. Russia. "I never got so much for my money she (le order. YOUR CHILD -AND MUSIC Some people tolna thai "auy old piano do lo learn on." Uon'l lhl> mlitake. llur ail Instrument -your child will lo play on-a lamoua MUCH Ooila lest Ihin. 7011 thlnU an! aold on easy te-rnia growins deuian.l lor farm labor decreasing tiie unemployment lu he United Stales. Estate of Chaunce-y Jones. o[ HOE- on who died recenlln consists ot 2 459 ringe. 60S, bar pins. 59 cuil links board, is given lull power to aU-: Horetotore. municipal councils wore obliged to lurnish medical and nursme aid only lo the indigent poor. Pi r. substantial reduction in lha tariff, j COMPLAINTS ten "as no substantial" reduction Is j AGAWST THE C.P.H. eiv'eb: lite an lionet-man he retires Irqm' llie gDVernnient.r He is not 10- oyerTo opposition, b-jl will .a-iiie crosi from Iht larllt will give Ihe government EpteehTo tbfe _ 51r. .Crerar's dr'.ele'iTll clear- SI! OnlV 10 municipal dlslricls act is amended so that a municipal council may engage lind-pay a docior or a. nurie to ac, ile-nd the residents ol the municipality, regardless ot their Bnancial standms. .In other words, a municipal district -The complaints voiced at the Board MJ. pay a> docior or r.ur.-c, or both, _, iu_ D in. salary to'allend, free. .01 Epteeo his Ki l ot the loir larltT aavoczles -e co OL Trade a.atast: the In- It. of discrimination between garr and LeUiaridge in.regard fa-es- T-J, o[ lng opinion thai it mnnlcipa i' lo the coast should be Lisiricli. either slntly'br hy combju St. The people ol avai, lhemselves of i1' or a nurse and lo will b, sent nurses ained In obstetrics, and authorized v Tegislalion ol lasl session 10 prac- midwifery and to charse such tee, provincial'board may consider heal.h program is eilent. radical and In ome respects wllhout ion11 department ought to become M'O? Ihemosl.useful In the wno, ield ot governmental enieavor- AND _ TJiE PRESENT UNREST. conslderal'.on of tximlBlon; Jn resird lo carslon rates lo the coast aten note of. The people ui puj. avail are lhe railway thai being Ihe-only medium en for and there I revenl being-bit; up: wilh .hould he nolhing which savors ol ad- heaTr fees at a lime'when.he.ls.leas vanlage taken In Ihis, iven U the able lo pay. namely when; he is Esine Is not intended. I aoie to 1'ij, the broad ol his hack. Correspond 1 department. BhowF lha jit prtiTaillog lhe .fopI s 0, nprlBen, city in lie -Jf j_-.-1' in ilSta VTmisa I i_lBJL_ oVoa'fe in the HC.-U58 In Hi ia debate lhe Prem: 'of .looll, ,1? lhe Robe'ri ties' "''is'" spske ai .lhe oracle of L ence lo.ioe prides ilsell on bEins jn oE clij-.as-.miiclu-as Calgary does, and is I prVrUeges SBIME SIMIDS BIT of Iransportatlon an InJusllOe. lo In many rtsplcii he has deserved Well-flf lhe it one looked lor .any ttilni ot.hope in the pronouncements bfUhe.'Leader' ot the Government it lo in lhe presenl eccnoinic proh- laced lie Governmental U nol too much to that Ihe >n- liclpalion ros dlsarpolnled in bis ar iniiciiuBJitua- Many J'eclions of ihe Dew.att; de questions of- hoards'of "health do not. care lo lake I boards OI neaun QU question of theiresanellon of measures should also engage.the bors. The minisler.'Mn diiciis3ing-the f faolt Is nol with the local office where ajsiricl, premises al all limes the nlmosj courtesy and I tulloin.6 were noticed.lobe unsaii- allention are received. ilaxy. Ihe'least the local-board could TORONTO, June J" custodian ot- alien enemy'..property MatlliCha. TrTll of L of Coup'L von "SZZi. re valued at -.I3.T62.897.-. o which .Ontario. Under life will her daughter, tile countess, we share equally In lhe residue ol- June senate 10- ay insisted upon lhe sland il has aken againal the commons regarding t. power and telephone cliiuses and provision giving lhe railway com- mission power to disregard rate greeroenls made wllh railways by roTinces or municipalities. When he jnlendments from I lhe commons were placed before the senate. Sir said he.believed that e ivas voicing Ihe opinion of lha sen le iri the decision ot UIL enale in the miitler ot Ihe- power anc elephonb provisions would h'e Insisted He moved Ihal the amendments or lhe'commons be nft agreed to, and tuucn ror my money ueiort, cue uo- clared, nol caving heard Irom. him In monlha Toronlo University will- confer the following honorary degrees: Doctor ol Fraser, L. L. D. Lltl.D., RS.-A. Scot. (EJIn.l, Archlvis ot Ihe Province of Ontario; John drier Hlbben, A.M., Ph.D.. I, L. D Prfsldent of Princeton University Thomas Allison Klrkconnell, B.A lleadmaater, Lindsay Collegiate Insl lule; John Uavjson' LawEOn, LL. D lhe School of Law, Unlve slty'ol Missouri (In Don Id McGllllvraj, MA, D.U.. Editor of, Into the Chinese tansu-' ge, Shanghai; phlna; Alexander JIc- Phcdran, ol (Medicine nd Clinical Medicine in Ihe Unlver- ity ol Toronto. Docior of loherl IluBsoll Bensley, M. B.. Balmoral Block "Tht ,oMha Ltention are IILIUT, LUC one eipecls the C.P.R. lo do nn- do, w.as lo write a one camtiir-flnBTneer.-rnarT COLLECTIONS NEXT TO OETTINQ BUS- INESS IS 'OR IT. WE ARE COVERNMtNT REPORTS -AUDITS AND COfliuUflflO. Aieola for Un Shaw Dondenci Schools. ,R. C. SEBV1CI AGENCY Macdonald ilock lODerL ItUblull uulialcj. u. Professor ot Anatomy, University of Chicago; Frank Rallray l.illle. B.A., ?l'i.D.-.' Professor of flmbryology and Chairman 61 lhe Department of Zoo- logy Unlvaratly ol Chicago: Edward Charles Jellrey. D.A, Ph.D., Proles sor of Plant '.'Morphology, Harvard Universily.' Doctor of yetcrlnary Gunnlon Hutherlord C.M.G.. Board ot Ttillvfay Commls 4onera lor Canada. BOULTQN'S AUTO Our rtales Tteasonabli Our Service lie Beit .TRY US Office Phone Residence Phont' .'i..'.; ;.-.lDM the rale provl- this was adopted. 'The iriolion againau sloos jnade by Senator VValson was Slr-'-James Lougheed, with Senators Bostock, Power and ROES, ol Nova jrefo appointed' -a. commlllee lo prepare reasons lor the commons the scnale.' The supply bill via adopted after triticism of. the provision of JUaiLj in itoiMM- lume ui-iiiviiiM r._.. Shorlly before lhe.announce- for aid lo housing. of "flj Ireo was .11 will underestimate ihe dlf- ncuiueB lace Ihe Premier and ol which he is lhe jietd.' 'Xtv one can reasonably rnlni.- mjiV Ibe ablllllei Sir P.obErl Borden But In Ihls estimation, and- aj -whil mai" rightly regarded a l occasion. It 'was the else !ull ot leaves which on found lo" be without 11 is no consolation to Lbe .._r._ of Canada, tlmc.ct sore and pcrpleiily. to ba told, In tie tpirll of a Pollyanna aniioui Jo 'djl'ln'se'eladncss, Ihal Ihere" was serious unrest In Can- 'edi-iiil Ihere was sllll more serious Will' In Europe, lurlher Itiat ll.s tftij of llvliii was higher In KuMpe tVre. One does bol look Tor -'i'tolallOD bul lor remedies in thi pies- Vni' 'dpmeslle criEls., Ctnsolatlan Is ot helplesineis. The people of are nat look- Ollawa fnr consolation, an? a pallenl will tie aatiallud lie tune from his medical ad- 'H wts a significant teslure ot ihe ..vdebale In lhe aoyliii-il consiructite nature, anylhln? of iy for HUB, come Irom members'. There was nol'iing sources iVyif was tald by Ihe Premier was to more hopeless, lhe cOnfeHlori; In elght-noiir Ihe i .wae committed .16 ft by the lhe.Peace Treily, as In Iho tween" llrf full way company and the ______ public and anything which lhe Ilbor ot voung 15 bring this-abort should be welcomea. permjt (he Uieir edu- Ths public should not a caiion and assure .their'.proper phy.- ii.l. nt mind not conducive to mulual slclal development., !v slate ol mmn i Sevettlh The principle.-Ibat. jnen eqlale. anorn; of ine unreslrlcled submarine I campaign lhe Iwo executed an agre_- adian estate was aUocatied to Mrs [ay Walker, who IBV an American born citizen. This agrecinenlv was iven force as part of lhe vr 11 b> DrrogalB court of Wayne county. K.C.. aclir.E lor in good WHAT, CANADA HAS TO STAND BY, The princlp'es adoplfcj nations '.as to Labor in the cuu women sbould receiye re numeration for work of-eqiial iraiue. 1 Eiglith. The s'tandaril-.'sel fn each country with .'respect.''to." lhe 1 condilions of labor should riave due 'regard to' the -econpnll Ireatment ol ajl ..workers...Ujtlnll: -1 by th SO thOUE 'n a belt '.it to Labor in me ireauiicui ui a .1 mak lhe Peace Treaty as presented to jrroVisjon. lor tt syslcm ot'lnspacllon' Germans were considered of such iD i70men should (ako porl. In i'' 10 Justify "ihelr-belig order lo ensure Ihe'enlorceinSnl of irjpo.lanfe as 101 jusii ir pro- read by Premier Borden la the without claiming ilh.at'these ;meth- The-y are as'.follows: The IjtgV Conlracting The, lltztt Contracting panics, ,f.-ioas uau iiiiiii-ii'ita lhe well-belne. ohysl- piete or final, Ihe.Wf, m'otai and InlellectoDl.o: loilus- Parlies are ol opiblbn Mai ware earners Is o! supreme in- lilted lo juldf Y, i-n.ilonal importance, have framed u ol Nallonsand le mn i.a' artf-eithtr _ .Ihal'.theV. are eague ol NallonsTa.nd' Ihal, ,if adopl- conditions of labor difficult otImmcJ nations w. ri. Tiuey, crown, today examined Judge Anmeh of Detroit on the eltect of the agree raent under the Unlled Sliles aw. Syoney T. Miller, a Delrolt lawye drow.up lhe aereempnt, .was i Itacnceu-by ihs.Iear-JJiat II she Ico any parl of the property; Inlo Oe many It might .he approprl-'-1 kv Oerman Ibat her molher would be ppslllon lo look atlcr the properly. I O. O. E. OMD6R- TAKE A VERY LARGE EDUCATIONAL TASK MON-TIIEAU May 29-Tho ion ol lhe war memorial to be labllahcd by the I O.D.E.. was re- ferrVd'to this Auden, of Toronto, brought Iri'i resolution which'had been carried'-unanilpously in Jhe r.stlonat cxecutlvV and which urged' that a fund- of -.IZOftooO be rahcd'-by lhe order to.'jifomoW cdu- c'ntlonal -work as a memorial lo lhe Canadian men and wornen who.riave died In lhe defence ol" the hmbire during Ihft war, f] The resolution suggested, among older Ihings, Ihal a chair o> Itclurc.- Ishin be fndowed In one of lhe Can- adian universities tor lhe teaching of lhe history of Iho Empire... The resolution carried. Mrs. Spenco movctl Ihal the Presented By Canadian Officers ;i-Say3 He Enjoyed Last Five Months of War June Asso' elated the Canadian Offi- cers' Club last nlghl the Prince ot Wales recelvled lhe loving cop sub- scribed for by members ot lhe Cana- corps during lhe slfty. of IllK "llghness wilh 'lhe corps In "iohn Leigh, presided, lhe gill being made b'y'Gori. S'lr Arlhur Currle Tlie surcd Ihcr gathering that, he would.go tfeat In hla: lorlhcommg tour of dominions.'.' of us war Itself." said Ills ftoyal Highness, "bul we rilA 6nJ6y Iho ;asl five weeks, because -we new we had ifierri on rUn." ___hours .like miimtes" You can llslen on lhe porch ol yonrsumpwr home .to lour muilc hy'lhe trrtattsl- MllsTJi dime to lhe ramie ol the world bands or listen lo the. lateal Uta, joucap tnjojr with- "His Master's Voice" (Sune u belbie llie war) 90 far 10 inch double Bided will have lo he lived up to, In tlie mor- al obligations It enforces, bolli by'lhe which 'industrial I employers and the' empJoVcd. ;That obllgallon must lie Insisted on by Ihe garded merely as an arllcle of com -they think that there methods nrlncb'es for ply so. I.IIIVX nlll'.s should endeavor lo ap far'as Ihelr flnecial clrcum of drganlziiUon lo .as well lit 10 'i Cunkdi Hio rf acqualaliB.i; stance's .will'permit. Among Ihese melhods nnd principal Int. lhe following seem lo Ihe lllgu Conlracilng Parlies to be o( epscial and urgent Ftral. The guiding principle above enunciated Ihal labor should.....- regarded merely a commi arllcle'oT commerce. .Second. The rlebl ol association (or all lawful purposes by the employ ed as weH'as by lhe employers. Third. The payment lo lhe cm-, ct H wage lo malnlaln a reasonable, ilandard ol lite as Ihls Is understood In Ihelr lime and country. Fourth. The adoption ol a .eight hours day or a forty-eight hours week al the: slandard to be aimed at where It has-lwl already been ullalncd. Wflli, The ndoplloj of' >i weekly r'elV-iif al' IwetilHonr Inclr.Jc SnhdaX iiher governments of Ihe rs. pe l.O.U.B. lake the Initiative. In calling provincial conferences ol women'i organizations lo cnqulrq- into Ine whole (incalioii of secondary cduca lion of children of deceased or per mancnlly ors. illsatiled soldiers or sail o.. troll NtSllrTrio 18547 IWll 1S5W Sweet itBwit ocey r Thai TomMe-tom Shtek Trlf- '-hl5 S'll'li. Tht efcnli'.loa r'ulM Inlioi Icjitiillcis Hi EUCh lirailaUoll: CANVAS FOOTWEAR FOR LADIES' WEAR llon'l delay procuring your Canvas footwear 1111 Ibe mlnulo you 'want to wear it Yon can gel u lictler to choose. frrrni, also a IjilW'r fll wtille.lhe sizes are unbroken. Iljy now 'liiiil iluii'l 1iS tlitanpolnfcd. Wo liavc High Shot.i In Canvas tvnd Duck (wliUc) Cloll. wllli Military or 1-oulfl Ilctls, Piiraiis. Oifords and .Wary from up to per 650 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOfiK BUILfilNB Can off Upsets While Coroner Conalders Inqueal (SnccUl lo lhe II-rnl.ll MACJ.BOD, Juno after noon lied Crow, wilh brolhor nnd two Kdgar hoya, drove lo Poll's llol lorn, taking wllti Ihera a canvas canoe fur n llahlng picnic, lied Orow nnd Cliarllc Kdgar went In the and caughl Iwo fish, throwlfig llie hook out again. The hooX rnughl on a root, and, Ililiiklng It; a fish, Crow leaned over lo hnuj.ln lhe line. The canoe npsel, antl before lirfp -could rcacli him lie was drowned. The Miter wns cold And full of weeds and he has had a weak hcarl. lie came lo lhe. surface once, (hen sank [lo rls'o.no more. One of tho boys Irlccl to swim to him, but tlio.cold tfaler liive Jilin tiody.wnn recovnroit iwo.honrn later. Or. Kirk 'cblleil hh'il'iiro'ntninccd U a tit ncclilcnlnl drowning. .Coroner Crcpuvje Red Seal Spinlsli Da.ee (Violin) Dremi el (Violin) KreMcr M730 lu fmn Murle .c., frUler'f Veict" RecerJi. Hear them at in Voice" "His alers -ail ncccssnry Maouficlured by Mnef Gnn-o-phone Co., I. ;