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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOT, LETHBRIDGE HEHAI.n SATURDAY. JUXF. 11, Hlberw IILY AND WEEKLY >nd JTH.1 LETHiRlOQE HEHALD PRINT. Torruice Buslcen TELEPHONES LIMITED 1262 1224 1 Audit Bureau ol Circill'ttont- Subicrjptron Rates: dfliTtrcd. per week D-Ulr. psr yeir ......S7.60 Dtllr, by mail, Tear Wwklj, by mail, ptr year......fl.H TTetklr, ly mill per jMr to B.S..U.OO Dalies or expiry or ap- PCJT -111If on tddreis labt'l. Accept- ol paperj ifier eipJriiltia data U jinx tathoriiv io continue thb tub- WHAT THE C. P. R. CONFESSED TO The EUtemeni mate at the meet- his ol ibs .'Jcurd o: TraJe by an of.icia] o[ the C. P n. lhai Hie ex- curslOD rate to ccaai. as ava.l- Toe prosecuHil lor not baripg a yadtr ibe lulBn4 Revenue Act for 'disiilUag rcciti'ying splrili. The inuutaviura ot spirits in the phjilnce U problbH- by U of a In a niJiu prosecuieJ for noi Jmlng a to Jo what under Ifie law du. Ol ii tbai could T.OL obiaiutil. Bui Ibe asture oi jhe U ve- eulLar. Thli Is not all. a turlher chuiso was uKa.DSi me ot ihe moonshiners. !t was ibai of sell- ips liquor without daly. An .excise duly oa what it (3 unlaiTful io sell: -Tbe the whole thtt to ;i prosecuiton a route iiblc ii Calgary and noi in Lpihliriilge. was made possible owing io lie com- peiitUin it io nieeC iu res-ird lo -icith someihlcB of a confllci.nx prlu- in i; has lo be (olIOTred .with. aothiVs'. IQ. a'low of a direct lb' (ulli- meet tbe case and exact "full penalty is winder. To gel oil as Ibe offenders did for sel.iGS poisonous liquor Trilli Int.nHely mort harm Tcai.artlclei- w'A-a tine of U mi ting the law ia regard la.-iiro- hiDiiipn n farce. Punislinienls of- Ihts nafttr'e are not goinj to act 35 Jet? r- rents." Moonshiners will continue- to Dourlsb, wiili a paymenl oi doles oul or handsome profits. The law simply dtfeallng ileelt, anfl there can t? no eurpriae, with such for crlliclsm launcted- in regard lo Ihe enrorcemeul of tbe Liquor Act; JTHE GERMAN he former city is disquiet- TERMS TO US. The Londoti Dsilr M s to Vho are, so TO toe Coljowior ;enns ot irh'at yrouTd loerey of the railway Tlie candid confession boiled doirh 'Implies lhai. to far as Lethbroidgc is 'concerned, it is the victim of 3 rEil- -'.-Tvay ruunoply through being debarred IjaTcllins privileges which an- centre en JOTS iu being placed -vwhere eilsis. This has iin arbitrary sound so far as it on the C, P. If it is for ISe C. P, 'H. force of competition lo mate ratts from Calgary, and, we presume, considers, it good business to do so. there Is no Reason >hy wnai possibly Lethbridge may to me el here, should be denied city-now. Falling this it looks ave been a dtclateU peace should ermans have won ibe war. The Entente must te lo pay Jl war cos Is. itclmling the ost of Germany's ariaaropnts for ihe t 40 years, atuounung to about Lc be paid fn t (Wlecls .be possible dlfiicult case of a rtiej'pYiT- fetunri ;ValIey .IT .was'beld al "of'Trailei ro'ecilng" as which'; bridge t Lhapkful for.; -.11 may she1 possible ''for Lelbbridge lo bs" Mf (here, ire re (he of this especially' lor j.ladies. "Such is not the case. looks as it" ihe C. F. R. Is endeav- t Coring to Ipi'ce the use ol Ibis-line on tlie people ol bridge ou the prin- ciple that necessUy must TIDL expect The matler of (he excursion rales such as tbe making It possible For lower berths, i. Ihe case of ladies IraTelUng Lo Ed' montoii, to be reserved here have :.bfefcn plactd before Ihe C. P. the people of Ibis cily have a Irapressiou ol the ralOay company and is doing it an unmerited injustice then it Is in the hands of C. P, R (6 remove, as far as H can, this In. any ralei 11 Is not lor a company ia looted lo as a henefficlor which, wllhout doubt, has don much tor the West, to leave, as has 'been left, Ihc slfng that the position Lelhbrldge [n thfe absence of COIL made use of. alf Ihe Ileeis. nd seiiure of all private and puhl roperly annexed lerritoriej.- be ex KalsW In July 1917. Qiusi ohinin conliol uot j nly of Belgium, hut of the v.-hnle rencli cojsl (rora .Dunkirir io. Bou- with- the possession o! Ibe hannel the mines of-Krench xuralne niuat pass under Oe'rman i "indemnities must- pro- ide [ull reimbursemenl ol all-dauiafia caused y Ih'e" ol all 'erraan Slate tie creation of a arge fBnd tor (German) victims of he Erzberser. In spile of tne dermana wouM iveiimpoSed the osition lo do so, Ihe re are men and women of Ihe Ramsay QlacJonaiM and Irs. Snowden lype wJio' considpr the nemy harshly, Irealed in ibe. Allies' eace terms. ivho a disgrace lo their nationality, others, ii there happen to.ta any uch, might well withhold their.tears. BUMBLE NOT ;VEHV FAR WRONG. DamLls In Dickens raual hare teen '.looking far ar.J li. prosecutions In AlfierU (n mind, when hfe "The laiHs a hass." JUi been jiving to-day, the opinion IT held woufo7 .hftre. be tome an absolut ..cbnTlcllon.'ln'.Ihe'light'ot Ihe prose and Bentoncp dn tbe mooniMu of Lha Orofl Th. seizure.' ot (ha hug '-UtIII a, icnown pu W i'. liip .i y ihat SI :lnV6lvEd, was l.ardl naliire or making the punish ihft. crj'mfl. That Is II pro- n Is to lie regnrdcxl ssrloualj1- MAGHAT11. June Sieele has homo alter spend-( in? some two years (a ibo Southern or ihp Lalter Slates as a Diiy Saima thuroh. He is known ihe south Uavin'c in newspaper work In Magrasb. UayoionJ -anJ Leliibrldge. Ho was ih? princLiilc speaker in Ihe Sunday service here and his words ycro mucli by ihe large-crowd present. PrivfUp Joe Miller relurned Ifi5t from overseas. lie has lwen in aitive service in Krau'ce'and "Magmlli vrckoiua bacfc. His brother Frank is sill) oTersess, Arlhur Hobertson. formerlv B. Ma- gratti boy, spent a few daya In Magratb last week the guesi atid Mrs. Holias'rQCenl- ly returntrt- froiii orerjeis. 'lie was Iu Lhe hospilal in Knglaud at [ho.time ibe anuislice TTJS signed. Miss OhlpruanV name was omitted from Iho Royal IJank staff floral of- fering In the list of iribules at Ihe funeral of lato M. C. Poulsen, also the date ot Mr. P.oulson's birth was JSTO (nsload of 1S50 Mr. anil .Airs'. Androv Rasimissen lelt OQ.-Thursday, inotoriaK lo Edmon- (ou. T Mr..X: F. Kent has moved ills r-> lo Lho buildin- one door east of the telephona office. i Mrs. .Harrison" for Salt Lute City, ivliere she was called owing lo Lhc death of her gnnd- Mr-i. Hillier and her daugliler An- nie lefl last week for llie Stales, where they will spend some time vis- liing I Miss Clafft riockins. and RUSSB! Lamb were married list week at the iw maierials and by (he surrender of f.ome ot the bride's us people are well Known here, ami v-'B allJoiLJ in.wishing (hem a happy and prosperous life. There la eridently mucli room for as assets lo Hie country what'oow; lo wasle. In'atl- ition to his remarks on helium, Prof- r 3IcI-annaD made the following bserrattcins In regard lo certain ilher products. Bete meg lo Ihe latural gas wells [Q-British Coluratiia, ie said, he bad fond par cent, of nftrijgen; which was looked oa as by the operators, "because t would 3ol At ItH.vSlare e power planl, In tha same prov- nce, there was every cons'Jtttul for nialxing (torn which ia ch- ained ODE most.valuable ferti- Trade on a' huge and hilhertp ;iin- Daginible scale, Ea.d 3lr. Auckland Geddes In Epoaklng, in K recently, la the..only way by. which Lbe United Kingdom conld make up '.IST the losses of tho war. This applies io Canada and our trade should nol be hampered b? a tariff will tend to interfere with the exchange of The plan of Ihe keeping the various unlU who >are been overseas 'logelh er by annual dinners will do my eh to hnlt the spirit, ol comradeship galnet al the front. Jn tJic discovery o' HIIcJl Jlllls and Iradcins boollfeFgers. the Provln clal Polite arc doing some uplendld work. The forte has been Icavenet by lha luclyelon in It of men who formerly belonged to the n. N, W. M and baa (fie foundation of building up a tradition Mr, Leinieux.rnadA UBS oi a Lall a ipeech In the House las week. Is ha endeavoring to revlr wnalnris V fashion In the Hrill-.h Kouie of Commons ago? Thi fashion became pbsotete.alter a mem her, Jn wJiMnff lo piincliialc.lilft. argi meals, had tecouret to ili'i- languaE of QaesHr, and la doiog so made false The laugtiler Dial to {owed killed ibe no one be ing anxious Lo run (he risk ot deristor in Ihe This wJlljoiil any In lhai Mr. l.ernloux's giii Lie I, when Into Hit i were Half a Expected To Hecover LOMOND. Vblllip. the six year old son of Joe Martin, ibroe miles soulli of Hot law, return- driving his grand- or's, fell out of tho ho drove sbled al n passing The boy1 6 trouaer peat caugbt on the, bugsy ftep and bis dangling head beat against Ihe rero] vlng spokes d urln.g Ihe horse's boiue. The (olber stopped Iho hone and released, the boy. A Hen a in-emy-iniln aulo trjp to Taber hospital. Doctor Rose filed ba boy and.. recovery is. hopeful. Klnnondale named Uailer, broSe Ihrorru from his 'pony, whirh was frightened l.y a playniale hlttios U with a a wheel, Is still alive'at his farmV- ing a. -Eun-shower Lomond de- RetlBwr. In an oicHing ball on'.ThUrsdai' at Lomond.! tin- ii leading the J oral lioi Grain Growers in Political Con- vention at .Moose Jaw Make Known '_' _'____' th Rtv. Canon W. Rtctor nabnpr, Organist'- and' Cho'.r Iveader. Morning PrAycr. II o'cloclt. Bvenlni; Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Sunday scliool. al Communion 1st, 3rd and METHODIST E. S. D, fHttr. nilldapCB HUl 3L 8. "Pnenei; Parconage