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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta J.KniBHHXJK DAILY UKIUU> PAGE ELEVEN Bcliemc, Mayer U very ly ol the omnlon thut Alberta -should; accept tho otter, ana lie thinks lliat' soroa R'hcir.o like that proposed Mr Dunham ought 10 lie laXen up. ocally to get l-ethkriilgc's share .0! he nwwy 'or bUMlog- He men about Hie cily might form su assoclalion tor the liBdliDf the monoy. seeing that it Is properly loaned and used and that tht collections nro properly is j cheap money, the mayor exiilalnel., ________ and Uethbrluge should lake advance ot It to meet present serlou'i hous Entertained at Lunch. ins prohlem. .representations HlVkhlnson SpeaUs .Appreciation Sfcyor Hardle ind E. C. 'McKonzlc.' who have been on a minion to Otta- wa, Montreal and other eastern points rtjiieMntmg the cities of AlberU and wliu a lo ins on the government tlie need of undertaking larso public worts in the west lo provide against unamuloy- uien.1 returned this naming with very rosy reports ot what la about to take Arrowroot Biscuit A biscuit especially mad "We havo heen lold by Ihe minis- ters and hy hlgti railway officials that :he trouble Is not going to be In pro- vldlnt wort, la own to do planned, and from what WM lold ot those piais 1 thai will the cue." Is tho opinion gathered ou the trip as expressed ty Mayor Hardle in, sn interview with The Herald. Eaty to See have never been iu Otlawa at a Inte when the ministers of thexjown ere BO easy to sue. They seemed to velcomo people from the different pirts ot Canada in order that Ihoy night learn public opinion at first band, and I truly believe the govern- is aiixlotss to go as far as llie diisire. S.r Thomas White, Ictlng premier and minister ot finance, told us thai Ills budget for the ye.ir (vas EO largo ho was almost afraid lo go to parliament with it, hut as- him that. EO far as the -west is concerned, 11 could nol he too largo." Ic Satisfied "What Is my opinion of the govern- ment's altitude on lhe soldier land acHlemont problem? 1 am entlrelt ivilh what Iho government is doing, and 1 Ihe soldiers will bo when they learn all Ihe details. Mr. Ulack. head of the1 commission, is ono of the very finest men the jovcrnment could have secured lo head the work. Ho !s sincere In his efforts lo provide! tim men -with land :ind to see Ihat the soldlere have in opportunity to make good, anil the government is getting the iand at very lair prices. 1 was lold lhe gov- ernment hail otters of more land in the west and in Ontario lhan the sol- diers could handle. And it is being offered al reasonable rates. As an example fit many of the offers: One eastern farmer, an old man, had bought a farm In the west .15 years njo for his "boy, so that trtim he grew up it would be ready for him. The ioy went lo war and and trouble over I'nis nrchlc-ai if the sol- diers -will only be patienl and give lhe government rt chance Ib -jvork: out Ms .schemes." q Should Accept U Ins problem. Strong rep are being n.-ifle by llie wmc to tho provincial government at iiontou urginz Hie necessity for acllon. Alberta and Saskatchewan are .he only wm-.-h have not ac- Oniarlo the provincial gov ernrucnl Is adtUng an equal amount In order to fwler the' building of mod- era homes for the people. I'algray Kutarlans vot-l- welcome from the members of I.etbbrilBC Wub a! a lumlicin tendered ihe-viBltors at Y. M- A auditorium at nouu. Art llaalira. ..resident of tho local i-lul) -.vu tlia it Hill of .thai v_; ,v. Hanna and General llariaser ilaclcod of the gov- ernnienl railways. They were itan operating to worry ibout na employment, espo clally since the railways declare Ihut for irulnlenance purpose alone to or iru nut their roadbeds 1n shape they will need men at least. Money for mainlc-nance purposes has been piling up during the war, which was never spent oiving to the Inability lo get men. {Ask Him To Aid in Securing Relief From'Oppression of japs I ONDON, 'March A. I'.) n Imperial Irc'asury tlatement gives ihc tolal advances to Ibe fanadia" last year. Cash advances by tit [Jominion government apart from i lain accounts still under1 consideraljKt at the same dale, were making, with inlerest. It been agwed that sums .die from the llouiinion government .-will lie sft off against corresponding amounts due from the IOT-_ eminent. Kcv. II. Langton, ot Paris, has For O'v.er 30 Years Knox Con- gregation Has Betn in .Existence he "Independence rescnf.ng lhe Korean people living w I China, have presented to the Lnitcd Stales minister a petition asking that the United States government inter- cede with the rjeaco conference m lie- half of lhc Korean' people. The document says'. "Folio-King the violent seizure of Korea by Japan, the Korean people were nearly minated. Now by the grace of God minateu. IMJ.YV uj the European war has ended and the powerful monster has hcen destroyed. The president of your country, up- holding human rights, has declared that peoples have the right of Felt- determination. From the dcplh of, lil'fr souls the Korean people look to, MR. J. HUTCHINSON and te3 j V.anager of the Edmonton to convey to your gov- j who ii governor of D strict 19 ol Ine reramcnt prayers that the peace I contr-'renCD take up the problem c! bet- !lering tlie-condition of our unhappy 'stated that this was not.liie first lime. natiol, coniaining. two million op- I pressed peoples." iigar. j lhe petition is an'm: homQ' Anniversary Vcrviccs will held; [i Knox church tomorrow, in celc- iratlon of the' 33rd anniversary o! ent huildlnir. The'speclal 'he had" visited Lellibridge. Marshall o. since arrived In LeibbrWge from and Oiat'.UniB he was in tne in an y ye Hutch" a many i s in Ihe cily ispoxe ui since that lime, and coinplimentea tlio reirsuu local" Rotarians on .the part tie> are who was ovc-raoas with one ot tlie AlJ (llking in the llfo of the com luresling'docuinent, setting forth the Korein claims, in -vi-hich It is slated lat for four Ihbusa'ml years Korea an Independent nation: secondly, lhe kingdom of Korea in the last few hundred' years of its existence paii! tribute in native prcduce to China. China did not interfere with the .in- ternal administration of the country, which bad its own administration and Qnouia Referring to the hourfng HACK! HACK! SNEEZE! HACK! COBGHP.! Syrup