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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOtTH THE LETHBKIUGK' URHALD MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919 Sbe Deralfc c, Hllxrto WULY AND WEEKLY Publlahem LZTHBKIDGE HERALD PRINT- IHO COMPANY, LIMITED Ml Street South, W. A. Bucmnan rrealdeat anJ Managing Director MB TWruce Buiinwi TELEPHONES 12M Audit Bureau ef Subscription Rates: Belly, per week...... -W Dilly, delivered, per year by mail, per yeir Weekly, by vail.- per jear f] ,M Weekly, by mail per year to better yltce in which to live, Bobbles cut Much ice. Thousands ot Albsrtfs 3iOM con- tribution to Canada's fighting forces came from the ranks of the labor The Bolsbies didn't send many. Toronto Saturday XIgM CJM very well leave It to the returued soldiers in this province to handle the Bolshe- vik! element. GOVERNMENT HAS DONE MUCH IN FOUR MONTHS Mayor Hardle and Capt. McKeiule, who competed the mission to Ottawa and Montreal to urge the government and the railways lo undesfake a bit reconstruction program In the U! provide unemployment, retumeJ feeling very well tatte- fied list, so far at least as the gov- ernment concerned, there need be no cause for worry. This seems to hear out the statement aade by Hon. Frank Carvell In lie House when in ihe debate on the speech from the throne ho stated .that an immense >pro. iram cf building had been drafted by the government. Dates o! expiry ot subscriptions ap- rts WJr oine so accustomed asks performed almost overnight that we are prons to become Impatieat iwaen liiicfs do not now move so HEALTH AS IMPORTANT Is'dly as we have been accujtomed lo AS EDUCATION j expect. Bui Rome not built m 1 The provincial javernaieat ii risht j aday. It> a peculiar, thing th; ihi to provide irsinoil nurses P1 'for outlying districts (o look after the of the people. itd 5'i-PuWic- health" is an important mat- .ttr these days. Tne. war and the in- epidemic li'avc opened the eyes the people to the need for coaserY- human life by pulling health is cori: a matter'of'first importance. V -.4 iu charte of capable 'nurs- es are just as important to the welfare of Alberta as are schools mahue'l by teachers. In tho outlyius dis- There will be no quarrel with the iovernmenl's health program provid- It ..is practical and far-reaching Doing Best The Reconstruction Problems "Let us get some idealism luto our recoMtrucllon era in Caeads that we may build up a noble country'. We want to domination any one class, neither by the- manufacturers of the against whom we In the west be- .Itve we have just cauee for action, nor by tne labor men, nor by the or- gaiilted; not even, la fact, by the sol- diers. Bui. all working together, it should be our privilege to tnafce ot Canada one of the finest countries in the -world tn which to lire. can- not do this', however, it allow our- selves 10 be1 carried pre- If there are wrongs to right, let us right them but not any class upheaval." these words Capt. "Dob'' Pear- cation, bus becauf? high prolec- tite tariff which the had to' pay. Canada iu ibo future will about annually lo pay her debt and Ihe runutog expenses of the ROV- crnment. To this Canada will have lo watch her trade balance. Can- ada must not nave an adverse 'balance gsinsi her. That, of is one pi he main arguments of tha rested in- terejls ol the east But Great Britain n fartnc a elmilar problem and (ireat iu have an aii- 'NOT FAIR TO V, Chairman Sir Henrj- of the Commission, left nodiing to ijo not seem to the armls lice was signed less than four months ago. That period has been winter when reconstruction conid not he .undertaken in an active way. Wi now have the asauraiice.tbat, as sooa as s print opens up vre will hare, in mense undertakings put under way and many problems wliiuu iooni'lan today will automatically then- selves. The accessibility of tie of the crown..mentioned by .-Mayor iardlf. Is in evidence that the 'goT- aunt is truly anxious to meet the needs of the, country and ttte desires tbe people to vie fullest extent, and while'tliey not the .way clear to do all tie expect, here is no doubt .they an doing ev- erything the country is capable of nn- dertaldne at prwerl stale of tht game. deatrsd-in hia answer to the jineot ot the ireitern Tite-presideBt of i relative to the need for ie possble cooaUuetlon of 'fc JT Wlie V. Perrln waa 'elected hrtrt oftbi'Vitr, twmiXKal park, Otigfrj m'' Medfetne waaM forced to pat- theft alr-sta- ht mbglia. If: a faKtaattoe problnE, thta sir tri re'.. Jiwt think the war during Die war-birheary; la t3 on while tte S, peld per cent of the cost of-the war outof rereniW the fl.rH year and lo pay ,4'2 ..per .cent.' of the cost .ot'.tlis war In second o( Canada >ad' id ont gnineas (about They caine Uie property of his pohlisher, Robert Cadell. Scott's bedroom slip- pers, worn in 1SJ1, brought 15 s feed. Mr. W. p. Lanen (9 in Letli bridge, for a few days. 'TheHbcal'Mrslonaiy society held a qBillW. We, ;Si6 ji fs -'lier 1 ;acad LONDON. March (Canadian Associated Renter's it formed by the Cncho-Slevak deli- gallon here that, according to the Journal Prague -and the entire CzecHo-Slovak republic, ic on the verge of famine, in one hospital in Prague, out of 300 died'of 'inanition; -15 plnti it milk being available for the patleMi. In the maternity inetitute only three pints were available for five l SHE COULD NOT STAND OR WORK fa E. KlUum'i Vest- bM.CoB.pc.a4 teUerW Her Stopped ver his opponent by a vote of three o one. In district 6, Pearce, one ot ie fflen-wlthdrew before election day, 1U3 giving five councillors acclama- Ion. The 'Rtt epirlemlo is. almost; past, nly one death out of several casei has xcurred recently. The M. H. Officer ut the ban on concerts; and dancea, preTenting the sjfead of Dis- ease. In one of the dialricis south, many -houses have .been r under, quar- antine, which has now been lifted. SJd Death r A sad death in a home, in district, was that of Albert .Sullt- yan, .who was ill only a f6w 'days. She eft a husband and one sriall child to mourn her'loss. The body was ship- ped to Lethbrldje for burial. Inspector Tucker, now In charge ot the H. N. W. M. Police post received during the pait week over silly bead ot horses for use In the district, aad expects at an early H. Mclntbsh, prrtidenl o! Ihe Agric- ultural Suciely, Cil' gary attending 'the mecling-of Ihe Kalrs Association. _________, BrerRiQardnelr accompailiedj h Itn arid ihey'are now ready to bi-lnt their prlje list for Macleod fair, lo .be held early ii-Augual, past Maxfield celebrated, birthday at the home ot her daughter, B. Dun- bar. Sho ,1s a spry. oM laJy.-.antt told The" Canadian Allis-Chalmers Com- pany, of Bridgeburg, Onl., which Is now employing a large number of men building ships under CoTeramental contracts, expects to hunch, in a short lime, its first fcoat since this firm took brer the big yards along River here. The boat has now prac- tically been completed. Jost soon this ship is compleled another'will conslructton... officers were elected at tbe annual meeting ot the parlia- nienf irreii' gallery: i W. A. Wallis, Mail and Kmpire; Tfce pre- sident, Ernest Bitodean, Le Devoir; secretary, H. .K M. Ch.Unolm, Mani- toba Free Press; secretary, J. execu- tive, K. Monroe, Toronto Telegram; M. 0. O'Lesry, Ottawa Joanwl; 3. W. Difoe, Csnedian Press; WllHaa llarchhigicn, Tofoolo Globe; C. Dish- op, MoDtrenl SJar. .__If Laurler is Ihe chief.and llcally the sole beneftclary under the will of litT llhistriOM husoand, the lale.Rigit lion. Sir Wilfrid TienatoT of- Mont- real, so informed a Jonnral tatira, also that tie, will he filed for probate here In the (Wxt few days. Asked fit-la the eilent of Sir Wilfrid's estate, Senator Unique would nay only that It was .considerable, and included l goodly'amoitnl ot Ho Insurance, as well an Ihe real Ml ale at the comer of--lsurrier. Aronue Mrs. PrittW'.HaWs lias'suffered an other relapfe-and te ill Frank man, spenr a few week. AM received a ,the thank- ing them for''tfce .dobatlon they sent.1 them last htld another; tery Feb. lUu, at the home of Aady Bergan. The another populur hard time dance Feb. 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Mike first priSB representing Irish characters. 'Mr, and Mrs. 1. C. Freeman WTMI second prize, acting as farmers In an excellent men- ner. Mrs. Jack Sherlock returned from 'Medicine rrhere she has.'been vis- iting Uie past (TVO weeks. 'Mrs. O. T. Scott has been indisposed for the be out again. A. Klsler postponed his sale from ?eb. 86th, Mawli :be coid" -weather.' Mr. and Mrs. August Tieblee. are Tldting In Medlctae Hat .for a few Mr. J? Brad ner', A.P.P. of Bow I sl- made.'a.business call in .Wlrini fred yesterday. Portland, Ind.-''I .hid a toplto- aod mffered IB bsdly from it that at tubes not be'oaKyfeetatall. I was M mn down weak I rouM do xay ncase- orrvou ani cooki not lie down 'at 1 took treitrncnts aphyskianbat did notbelp me My Atrat'recoiri- mended -Lydia E. Piakham'i Vege- table Compound. I tried it add now I ain afid well again aod te ny ow R work and I _ Ljin E Vegetable Cenpmnd tbe credit" -Mrs. JoSCTWDm Krtnu. tK West Race St., Fertted, lid. 'Ihonmndi of Amiiaa iraua gfre Uril credit for' haahh ratam) 4U Mn Kirnble. For. helpful logCMlMB kl .Wfaid to each ailmenu to writs to E, nikkm Hirhifci Lynn, Main. Tke raolt iMf exuerwaee ii at roar vernee. K in have a police Iptts- llntluo. there'e nothlne else lo (ntereil tie public In a Modern city tbere tlwiiyi n.ubasce of little local hotting inves- war. Cani to capital. growers of the west are action: The on to say that people will. rslH eomt "toto' a CMntrr like H too high in On connitnilrlloir, ot th' ereryrlay ;ho and thp.cjat deetare Ihkt K capital It tax' ed heaTHy thM cayitnl will sway, hut K rlie speakers opinion lhat hi had in the par.t'been forces! to pay loo heavy tri bute (o the astern who had built up tiro large cities