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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VAOEPOUK TilK LETHBRIIXIE QAUA HEKAl.U THURSDAY. JUNh 19, 1'JIU She Dctalb mm and fMI LETHBRIOQE HERALD PRINT- COMPANY. LIMITED Mi tUi tlrMt Muth, Lllhbrldgi W A. Buchanan ind UinagLnc Dlru'lor Audit Bureau ot Subscription Ritti: DUlj, tellverod, Btdly, drilmed, per jetr Daily, by mall, per Tear by mall, per ytar by mall per year (o D.8..11CO ara asSed to pay toll In tbe way ol protective dulles. Tbf appeal is even made in. the. name of patriotism When the frull o! Ihal appeal Is seen in the worklnss ol Ihe two companies, vbo Itnlay are in Ihe lluiellght ol notoriety, the truth ol Dr. Johnsons saying, thai palrlollim is somellmes '.he refuse of the scoundrel, is bronghl home with a vengeance. With these companies lu mind it Incomes a Caree lo be to'.d thai industries need en- couraging In tost they u-8 a niUonal need for the welfare of the country. .To encourage such concerns us; the Textile and Fallen companies is. with all Ihst-Jias been brought to light, equivalent lo nurturing the iplper In your bosom ,who when sufficiently warmed (urns and slings you. Surely tbe goda-srs laughing al Iha follies ol those who In the seats ai the mighty are endeavoring to shape ouv pollt liill Introduced in House lly the Premier Who Wants It Hurried OTTAWA. June Robert BorJea In Ihe house this uiurnms i.-esenied the naturailzatioii bill. The purpose of tlie bill Is lo con- solidate" Ibeproseut Canadian Natur- lUzattous .acts and_ to Incorporale -herewith the promions ol the Imper- ial act. 19H, as amended by the lai- of .eiplry or uibscrlplloni ip- dally on iddreii label. AcoBpt- un ot altar expiration nr to contlnua EXTREMISTS ALIKE-. been described the THE AWARD OF THE BOARD. The members ol the arbitration board ara lo be compliicWed It making wtatrin.-Jthe circumstances i a very fair aw'ard.jit was an-awan which was by no means easy to arrlvi at There were .the claims of the en plovers on Ihe one the linnn cial abillly ol Ihe city lo meet the same on Ihe The validity-of Ihe demands ol the .employees was acknowledged by' the 'Commissioners, 1CKED UP IN ASSING TOR M and Iha 1 Indtne means to meet' ''strong arm of Ihs-iaw" has been rsed in Winnipeg in the arrest ol cer- tain strike leaders. Unless the ex- nature'ol ih'e offence (gainst these men is made known and what Infor- mation -the- authorities had to Justify Ihetr proceedurc. comment on tbe action .might. Tritely .be held over! When -Lhis 'is said-it bow- ever, prevent the opinion being: ex- pressei-.lhat- the slep liken by' Ihe authorities might prove Ib be a 'col- ossal plunder. The authorities have (q be'_regarded nincompoops or responsible according as to what determined- tieir coursfc ol action. The liberty of the individual In some- lijng which' has to be treated with Ihe utmost sanctity and anything rSay aprpear To violate .Ihal liberty has (B'-be gravely viewed. This, however, llme.wllKshow. We qnite agree that anything savors'of autocratic methods merits severest censure, hut on Ihe prin- ciple thtt it it 'is foolish to holloa yon art "out ol tbe wood any attempt hakrol.martyrs round the. men who'have Ilbe- arrested in Winnipeg would be loolijh'fls jhat aclion would.he. f H found lo be unjrjliliable: At the lame time Ihere must be abundant of tie ways the demands and ;hat were In a great' measure admitted to b; Jusl placed the responsibility on Ihe arbitration board and pirlicular- ly on lie chairman ol Ihe J Ur. Jamiee'on. as the-chairman ol Ihe'board, had just to Ihe em- ployees and Just to the citizens. He bad to" "sTeer between )te rock" thai threatened lo. split the barque of the employees, -whither it -was heading, not having sufficient ballast to lold ;IlscU even .in the. sea of. the "ay living, and Ihe whirlpool which threalened. lo the cily financially, were all and snncl- pcrlal act of 1S1D. Provision is made under this bin lor Ihe revocation ol certificates of naturalization granted In Canada where such certificates nave lalned by the holder has shown himself byjicl or speech lo be dlsaffeclei or disloyal Majesty; where Ibp holder Uurlfls the war unlawfully traded with .the., .en- emy) whore the holder'wns not of good character at the date of tho grant of the certificate; where he has'con- tinued lo reside abroad for not less than sc-ven years and act mainlnlncii connection with His Majesty's" Dom- inion' where..according .to (be law ol the state al war With his Majesty, the holder ol the cartilicate- remaln3--a subject ol ital.italet_flnBlly where the continuance of the co'rlilicalo ir not conducive to.tho public Provision U also rosje for Ihje uralization of persons who servod with the British forces In tbe war. MsKeniie, leader of. the oppo- sition, remarked that. in.view great importance of Ihe ho. feared that-Jt bad, been Introduced ai loo Iate7a date .ia.5e.5lgp. Possibly It might sland over" for anolier" ses- Sir Robert Bor.den replied that the CHICAGO, June Postal Telegraph v wilh a view to ending the tele- v graphari' strike so far BE that is concerned, today sent a notice throughout tbe country that strikers would be permitted to return "with con- tlnuily ol up lo and Including June 20. v Either at Milk River or Warne Covers 41 Townships TV ol Ihe demand on il met. Moreover, he, Hie ihe mariner who bad to per- form the voyage under tie difficulties' are placing Jtr. Jamieson, hud lo be-deaf lo the sirens who were nm: 10 meet their partlc- Thls Jie showed he -was. In steering a middle course Ihe award of the board must necessarily caose some disappointment, but .-bat mot bnlyfce offset in .Ihe award vas each purpose ol Ihe bill was to maSe Can- adian naturaliratlon uniform with that of the United Kingdom. The provisions serf framed that purpose and "did not-depart in any important step from the provis- ions ot the Imperial act ol last year, ft was txtremely important .that- the nroposnls should be carried inlo ef- fect" at the earliest date.-The'bill was read a first lime. Mr Iteid. of said he was opposed both lo Ihe amendment and budget. HeVthought- that it would have been tbe minister ol linnnce when be was mak- cenl. to'raise U to S per cent, and his calling to-. I ular case. Ing his larllf reduclion ol 2 per reduction IbJO pej.cenl.- le lo o'c-r cent' reduction'To'lO per. ce wouid have -bfcn' a_cceplfble TWo' wouid have the West. f While the', president ol the privy council was making his speech in tne hanse ol commons in' defense .oE-the Dominion Teilile party in ihe-dispute must see It. representatives of the Commit rand "did what_ was only to be expected In consider.- lie interests of Ihose whom Ihey jirooi for such aplion as it. involves ttej tact and mncb: :V -the" Governmenl Is juslilied'in laking.eitreme measures against the j_ might' say here tiat there are oilers, who might well be called eilremiiis, who should be Raltt1.. ered into lbe'net''ol authority. We l au 'wisdom In the give and take spirit shown, -fully.; sensing tip difficulties of-lie posilion'ln ;the circumstances of lie clly's-finances. It Ihera is -.'anylllne .to; be found jt V ,useo "condi- iirofilBjby-piunderin-7 the-pnbllc.- baTe-.had'-Ila'grant' cases '.'of th These1 Verji whit as' culp_able_ as lljote are .baser Eort in ,tiat carry on'lpraclice? under toe'cl6aV'6l tie" II" welfare bf the' Iremfi'e'who.c'reale sedition h'aTerlo de'ait." pse.'who" BOW! Ihe. seeids nnntt'-'bp'a1 syelem ;of legalized f yhereby ih'e itVcesEarleB iecofce'uliiltalnable.'lo'- the'" masses tfiBerre-a'UMe-trealmenL Let tboae leaWtr their neals at the'eipense ift and In :.BO doing buttres "fJiemielTel behind the-law, be-shown 6il ib'B'law Is nol lor the prol'ectlo their kind (he prblectlon of the extretrjists -wll i'aveTfot the shelter of the law. Emaller. salaries-were treated on the the larger ones." This, considered OtV m.n small salary same diffl-. .en'co.unter In meeting the iigh'-cost-of-living a.i the mau with the '.'liset. inccrne. however.'.dlfficnlL n'lhonsb; under .protest .in re- ard IcrthBJTliiesllon of holidays which Ifeclfid-'c'erlaln of eraploy- 'B Bho-sed a good spirit' In accepting award.. I' UAUSHTER OF THE GODS. g; Ibis tee upstairs was dUcoyerlnV fhalHhe" sloc'k of tbe company had been gteal-' watered, that the. .company" nad. made eicessive profits, and that it had padded away a corafprtable" nest egg pi a million dollars wlich did not appear on its' balance: fhsefc-'or other papers. .He eipressed the view las could b'e'cmlscleo on this1 sum. Another company, It his leen discovered, making a tidr-prolit ol'K per-.c'ent: -By-whal reason, he asked. such as this protected.-.'I As far as the'agncullural implements went, Mr. Iteid advocated Its complete removal farm.should not, be ie.nallied-because Implements were.mannfaclured In Canada.' The Canadian "manufacturer mis able mark eta. Why could hpmel He shonid. comer into '6pen'..cpmpcll lion- wfth American Mr' Reid regrelled''inarthe.govern (Special to The lltmtd) MILK IllVBR, June Hunt anJ Shea have" been appointe n commitlco to consult with slmlla committees from Warner .and ti country cast of Mjlk.Hirer In regar lo adjusting the solution ol Ibo-pr posed hosplla'ls lor the rural cpmmu illes sonlh and east ol Warner. The committees will consult and acl jn l advisory capsclty'when A. 1C. McK ol the'Provincial- Hdspital Deparl- menl comes again to this district to Iclo the matter and endeavor lo arrange a solution liat is satisfactory to all concerned, The Jlilk River committee was ap- pointed at a meeting held In Milk. River recently when F. M.P.P., as he -now sees II- Ovvlng to.tie, difficulty ol finding a idcklion for a hospital that will be agreeable to "all" in the proposed large hospital" 'd'lslViclV Ji-rovnshlps 11 now proposed to establish two hospih al districts with 22'townships each, with .the hospitals located .at, River-and Warner.-- Some, however, maintain that petty town "rivalry should be loreollen and one large bospiurwith- full and effic- ient equipment be 'established and in deciding the solution problem Pit known SI. reiluent, was (quad 'dead, by his idle 011 rtiturttlnx from church. lona Hires, St. John, charged with breaking Into a drui store, atfaulted ri jn court. V C. Gorhani, Kings County, has en arpolnlri dlreclof of element- y agriculture at a salary An order lor tons ol steel rails has been received by the Al oms C" ol Sault St. Slarle. A keroseno Biovo eiploslon TCBUll d in the burning lo the glound o be Woodstock fishing Club house. dlreclor of eiperl mental slallon at Vlneland. stated thai the peach leaf curl would reduc lie crop. Henrv Hughes, Drunimond Iowa jhlp, a'ppcared lu Ihe county court charged with threatening to Jhool Glenwood. Harry aged nlue. slipped ofl a wharl while wnlmlng hla com- panions swimming, and-was (drowned at'ForX Wlllltm. v Raymoud ot Chatham towti- sbip. aged nineteen, died as a result ot being thrown from a loaded manure 1 R." P.. Sleeves, rreierlclon. N. B. who retired ai'dlrtctor ol elamentarjr atrlcullural education, hu both (rul- ed a of a year. body of. Hertxrl IMvles, of Victoria, B. wu drowned vhen Ibe Prinwis SopMa was wnck. .ed, has beon recovered. A-_TheirWn, abouK20 years of age. a homeiteader ID the Abltlbl, sjjut 0 tulles above Amps, was drowned while canoeing down lo church. A xas well In Dover field. No a. .B turning oul a better producer Ihan expected, yielding 24 hours.' feet in Colouel John George Adams of Mc- Olll Unlferelty, Montreal, hit been appointed .Vlco Choijtcllor of Liver- pool University. Detroit la to have K new Jiolel with 1000 gucrt rooais, coallDg sovcii mil lion dollars. Klnjaton 1> to he made harbor and foot national of the lakes terminal for Ihe. grata transhipping trade.1 Several Log Angeles depart mc-iil slbre-B close from night untjl Monday morning. AH U. S. troops will be oul ol Rus ila by June 30. Total casualties have been. 20 officers and men. Because OL long Life and value in commerce U.- S. Shipping will continue to build wooden silps. Miss Rulb! woman flyer. ordered a; per Curtiss airplane In which'sheNflll sllempt a Illghl acrosi the Atlantic. A 'lineman working Bl the o a pole In-.Pontlac, Mich..'received 3.3SO volt currenl Ihrongh his Cody He will recover. Suidiy In tW Home To tit duwn at a pluo wlrf tbo family arooad >Uy old familiar hymn IIUM, Is a great pleasure. If jua a ptano now, buy Ike lamoui RI8CH Sold qn term! and direct from "Factory to Home." Ask for tree ityle, _ I Bal ef '.Mrs. Mary -m and jlster, were suffocated tbelr louse burned a Mlua. Xew York police are1 loekinf lofan thief 'an 'eullra flower bed troru benealli n window of the Mayor's offlct; Several by skuuks are treated annually at'the. H _Paso. Tex., Pailcur InElllute. Mllfl Juydro- phobta" Eomellme Collections For Business Houses I I'AIHS. June Tile plan of the allied ana associated powera to maVe conceEsloos lo Germany with regard. lo the and llnanclal and ecoao- flTc measures If she signed the peace terms was deemed advisable to assure Germany a certain amount ol finan- cial economic "working1 rith out Which It Tould be imposslbla or her lo resume her industries or pay reparation's- Among the concesi aloiu, It. was learned, to-day. 19 lefirilt Germany, the" use for two years if 30 per cent of her merchant Bhlp- pfnc; and laciliUei for. obtalninj cer- aid ores and other raw materlala ai well as Ihe retenllon pi -her gold're- in order to malnttin the deeming tne wi.tuc primary consideration should be-gi1 lo ti'e.'Tfeltire.'of-Hhe patients rathe addei s ad therein th' hospital wll to. the.tswn w be located.. Still another factor in problem is the; Inclusion" in the distric ol a leased lam The satisfactory service which Thi erfhMitaRiuJrrendtratoBDgiaeatHooiM. JQ tbe matter of colJeetinf ,Notea, DrUta arid other financial popet, is dnis to 'tho -Special attenfrmta gfvcn Dp luftufJc..; returns are pranrpttr made aad are often preTenfied by tfaa do -U was currenby srstem- originally contemplated .to include In 'the reply glven'lo the Oer- iriaifs a definite and delalled on the concessions. There was considerable discussion between .British and otier experts as lo the amount 'of general tonnage Which should be placed at the dlspos MCRCH ANTS BANK OF LETHBRHMK BRANCH. BRANCH, CANADA. R. V. A. EB M.A. to tpmeslead: settle- solution ments, 'and. a '..satiBfactoiT- .solution agreeable to pscp'le 4 noir. .hero might not suit a few yearE. hericp.' U. S.lSYMPATHY FOB; THE STRIKE LEADERS i M, Wash., Jnne 18 helps--to rlmlnal 'profile Into.- Theie'-are'-lhe of- big and Lh'e'prollteera have not-been slow realitfng 1L; Sidewalk! ars not the. place for the Ing a community- icrvlce In-bringing the trRnsgres'sora to boot i' ..AWAlT :OFi TREATY'. J.ti.'ne United .Stales Eteamers laiUn wl.lh pro- visions .for In Sympathy for the strike leaders at WnnlDej.Vss expressed by Ihe Wash ington Slate Federation of this .morning and the 'secretary was: In slnicled'. ID -send n niayor of Winnipeg prpleitlng agalnS Ih'e "oulragea" of during the strike and deiriadlng. the re lease of tie men arresfed yesterday Tie. soda In'-'lielr hlgV sea'U-mu k rollicking VV laughier :over IDS nt ol the Midas proflls tnade Cbm- panr and the Patlon MannlaUuring They must be. wondering ffhat poor humiinsf 'some ua are wlien, In Ihe face of the gigantic profit! W highly protected Induelrlee, the cry gpee up from certain of Iha bomlnlon "Pity the fledging' and lei i'here be more'dpwn (or their nests by fitlng them the aid ol the tariff." "they are fledgings-of Ihe vulture tribe whom protection Is claimed. 'in the cases. In Joint, and they are .iatl samples oMhc kind that a're .Ing lot undergo tnem, Ihe kindly of high argument tlitt this aid Is necessary (n the cat fon'ai Interest la one'ol the'most ridie ulous titaL could be1 propounded. And vet there are men, otherwise sane believe )n omptr i Concerns like the Dominion Texlilo Cdmpsny and the, Pallon tfri'g' Company are those to whom. HO to "ataimulile i Ul'iottch gafci, the people of Canada -The eiploiU ol tile Company and the Palton ?fanu- (gcluring Company would he bard lo (lupllcalc everiiin lo which -we are told; to'-look lor cdn- solatlon In that Ihe cost of living higher there than with Ihe roads In the condition they are in, there 13 no excuse for bicyclists to_trespass on Ihe sidewalks. There might be some'excuse if the roada are nuiddy, hat even this doea nol Justify he breaking ol regulations made In be Interests ol the community. The, person or persfmr -who apnil Ihe heauly Gait Gardens by root- ing up the geraniums, as has "Veen done, are 1n same class as the thlel who sleala coppers from, a nlino" With ciixj'sures llhc Ih'oao ol the profits made by Teillle Compkny and Its 'twin, the Palton Manufacturing Company, It Is. some- Ihlng lox be at that. -Min- isters of the CrOTtri should he heanl lo dole cuL Ihe consolation that the coel.olilitlng was higher' In KIITOIJII than In Canada. 'downs'pending the'-slgrlng of Ihe W.I. NELSON 3rd Avenue S. w 9 yet nisetlled, but which it is nopeo, Qj Germany duting the period im n Ihe near future to haTe ,oeijiaieir after Ihe war 'lo supply the rjenl need 'of raw materiala before could be built. Eatlmatea anged between 25 and i 30 per cent. (the veaaels above 1.650 tons. It It understood that It was agreed, ulti- mately to perbmtt the Germans lo afr er the delivery at higher percent- age until two years after the ratlfl- :atlon. treaty. -All vessels in category In existence at present are'to' be The French 'aho agreed lo concev atons, gi'lng the'ClermanB the light to purchase on lavortthle' terms -mln- elle ores obtained before the war Irom French and German Lorraine and Wust be mlicd ,wlln Garman low grade ores 16 ohtaln a good nuan- llty ol steel. The contemplated assurance con- cerning raw malerlals'.IroccOoveraeas, it is are' o! the same general nat- ure; lAII the concessions will he com- municated to at an early dale after the Blgning ol the treaty probably at, one or the first confer encea with Che permanent reparations commission. YOUR banking requirements may'; be entrusted to thiss Bank confidence that careful and will be Qur.fadUties are entirely at y disposal -..A THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE L03ES JOB office of ihe poslnl censor. It known lo-day, will probably be. closed Salur- jjay after having been yi .operation throughout the war._..' CONSOLIDATED PUTE GLASS CO ADA JjlMITBO OF CANADA JjlMITBO vfunnpEO TORONTO MOWIMAL THE OLASS HOUSE OF CANADA 70 THE 1RADX! Automobile Headlights and Windshield Olasa. Get our prices.. Also ask for ZOURI METAL STOREFRONT CONSTRUCTION LETH BRIDGE BRANCH -WARNER BRANCH. MILK RIVER BRANCH J. H. S. METROPOLITAN LIFE LARGEST LIFE-INSUBANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT OFFICES' OT1 SHERLOCK BLOCK Aisels, December 1518 .Increase In assets during 1918 li (Larger Utan cornsiny In the Numbtr of claims (Averaging'on6 policy paid every K sef.onds each business day of I Amount paid to pollCThoUurs In 1918 (Averaging a ffllnule each business day of hours. Metropolitan ijiadc vrtlLi IKo of charge lo In- (fuslrlnl I'ollcjholders. f The Company bought War TlomU ot Ihs U.nlled Htftlos and Cnnada Jlt The Company's Honda In 1918 amou6llng TRANS ._. A New Daily All-S.eepitig-Car Train from Coast making btiwtM ter- minals of any (rufeoritinenUi train In _ Leavts Calgiry 9.45 i.m. dailj, .VajieotiTtr in 26 It-, leaves and Monfreal. tlmtted to 'nEBT'lEAIH JtflfjB CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. ;