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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIinmnOK DAILY HERAI.O SATURDAY. MABCH 1, 1919 She Iseralb .Hlbcrtt DAILY AND WEEKLY and Puklllhcra UTH'flilDSE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED ttraat South, W. A. Buchanan r and Managing Director more particularly we have been re-1 gleolnt In a. way the, subitance. for (he fiadov. Happily with the new ioter- in our present and future popula- tion by the action at Ottawa and the sensing of the same in our own prov- incf we may look with to the fjtune that and ha- man health will receive that apprecia- tion and that regard wblch lias hither- to cot rewired that close watchful- ness to which they ana emUled. Torruic. Easiness Manager TELEPHONES OfSo Miterial Offlc. 12SZ 1224 Audit ft Circulating. Battr, delivered per week H- 'Dally, delivered, per year .17.68 Bafly. tnall, per year J1.50 llaekly. by mill peryiar to Dates of expiry ot fear daBv qiuaddreae i laWL' aaBorartfapera attar eiplratJoa U alar aBtaertey--to oajtlBua tha is IN adian Red Cross to peace.? That Is a queation teinj isked today by the men' and women who have given so much of their time and money during jrar.period to on toe-work; ot tie Canadian Red Cross Society. An iMajor Toronto that the Red Cross THE REPEATING OF HISTORY During the progress of the Great st a lims- when things were at their worst and had nothing particu- larly hopeful in tha outlook wo took courage In tho review of circumstanc es a. hundred years back at the time of the Napoleonic irarB when things j jusi ae ugly aid the oatlook none the ss hopeless. In of it all ia those ays Britain polled ihrouca just as Empire-pulled through, in those oomy days taat are .now ver. We .were- reminded of historic "Roll a; tee'map of'Europe will for tea'yearc." -e "were toW 'of HSe retreat' of Sir sail In the ored ot 'the' expedition -ia ie failure of the expedUtoa and, tbe [ege- of Dunkirk for wani bas not..finished-Its-work in Canada yet and would not SoM until the last Bick or woiidad Canadian soWier wa: TBtnrned to Canada indicates the work dace in jie immediate fature. is to end fllere? Canada now has wonderful Red Cross of 1103 branches and In 191S rals over f 4 to carry is'ttert'to DO use made Of thfe Tne Canadian Red'crbss Society has ,iestricted powers as compared wilh the same 'brganixabon m He U E When tbe_Halirax .disasterjjccmj the U S organization was ante to rash tupeUes-and nurses' to" the'scene irhile. the Canadian society was cSr cnmacribed lack of power.; Tfi Curiously enough In those days here was the sam? trouble ic Irelani vhich going on. now and wh'en th. war was on. Then as now (here were the ffian Fein known by'the! modern, name but by iiatiof the Wnit 9anc. Tfiene ifaa also tie re- pfica of Ice notorious Slr.Roper Case rient in the person Tone 'v Crow oraaaiia- tioa conaj ae ,o Eiired, lie jMoHectiou brcog of those similar dayi had it> good vp hope and xmlBatiOB to see tbe thins i, cheeriziE.ns witn tse :hat the Empire had seen blacker day Ml through rSem gloriously. in 'ease' there are-any-who, in th fact thai vaet sums have been spent in the war aad the cation U thereby financially crippled, may feel wHh1 regard to' rotare expansion the EDMONTON1, tVb. lejisla- jre today passed the amended motion rought In Alex. Centre Cal- provldini; for the appointment I a royal commission by Ihe Ueuten- to mako a Investl- itibn" into the agreejneBl between ie cKy of Calgary and the- Calgary aturai Gas., Ltd. The commiMion is to determine whe- her the and corrolary by- aw which are on the statutes ot Al- for the year Mll-12 are the m the agreement and bylaw by the ratepayers and Ihe city ounoll. XMie'.her there was fwud or mistakes a the petition to the Legislature ask- ng for the validation of all contracts the compaoy and the city eithtr by the substitution of a fraud lent agreement or olherwise." If a fraud WIB Committed who was responsible. Tha motion also sets forth that tho commission Is to consist of ono judge ICKED UP IN .SS1NG That.iho Canadian Westers Xatur- .1 Gss Co. will put down six more veils In Ihe new Karnwcll field 50 miles east of Lc'.hbridge this year Is he statement made this week by of- icials ot the company as an assurance o the gas consulting public of South- _rn Alberta that, licit wlntc'r, tbe dif- flcully being csperienced In certain ot ho-cenlres north ot Lelhbrldge owing :o low g-As pressure during the cold fuap. Work Is already under way on one ot these wells, but owing lo (he cold weather !ltlle progress is being made, company is also putting down a number of wells in iho Bow Isl- and field, but the pressure from tho Uow Island wells is not lo be compar- ed with tha! of "OM Glory" the. first well drilled there which made Bow- Island famous. In addition the com pany iatends drlllins in Iho new field being opened up south of Burdetl about 15 mites, and a main pipe lino will be laid from there to connect up or more ot the supreme court. When Mr. Rosa offered his motion, W. M. Davidson, North Cal _ .ry, staled that conditions had chaug ed since Mr. Koss offered his first Bio lion in Ihe house. The Gas compaoj officials.had first given, out a state ment that they were standing on not what Mr. Ross caJIs the ment, but on the original agreement. Later, the company had prepared a statement which was'now In Ihe pos- session of an official of the legislature to the effect that they had not chang- ed their position but were still stand- ing oo. the valid agreement. Mr. Dav- idson said thai the company contend- ed that there had teen a change of name in the company, since the agree- ment was obtained, as if that purified it, and they were arguing against a royal commission on the groundsofits cost.' these reasons, he thought that the legislature should at once motion providing for lie ap- pointment of, a commission and the house then passed Ihe'pvotion. with the main line between Bow Is! and and THL' one u-ell now completed in the Barnrell iicld gives an open-pipe flow of feet daily and a pipe flow of feet when attached to the main pipo line. U Is expectrtl tha considerably larger wells will bi brought In at Bamwell this summer as the one well now being used is drill ed only a few feet-Into the gas sands friini Front Page) leas ever) rOMTHE BUSY MAN Dag meat Is a I'etrograd totaly at 6.00 per It. X. B. Cash, K.C WM elected till ot the Ontario 'Jar association, At the Midland smelter Thos. J. licks was overcome by cas and lost Is life. A company ot ot Girl iuldfca has been organized at Kltc-a.- Dr. 0. Boyd, o[ (Medicine Hit, Is a patient it the General hospital, tav- lj undergone in Tho Victorian Order of Nurses at- ended onetlghlh of tUe births reels- ered during the year in Toronto. A Hamilton paper says till never n the hlstor? of that city has there been more petty thleting thau Robert Harris, (MI.G., one of Can- ada's best known artists, died at Tome on Durjcher street, Montreal. Hamilton's tai rate will be 32 mills. exclusive.o.' provincial war tas (a mill Which Is 6 mills higher thau last year. In a robbery at the horns of F Blalkie. near I'ort Dalhousle, burglars carried away five gallons ot whiskey one case of champagne, a five-gallon keg of port nine, besides several doz en cases ot vegetables and fruit, 10 pairs of laijiea' silk stockings. Several changes are announced In- Tbe Vtetrola a living source oi enjoyment fof erery- every day. It brirtgs to you all thatif in every field of 9U btsure hours pleasure, and makes nvHat would otherwise rie cVJ hours, by ike minutes. Visit our Victrola us explain how easy it is to own a easy payment plan. Ask to r our splendid Victor Record selections. MASON R1SCH LIMITED ALHOKAL 1LOCK FIFTH LETHBRIDGE of history may re- ferred to at time. Financial con- dKJow In Great BrKata were snrn la that caal pajawati -were aad tne lota oa iniii tiie oonntry, the aura of OM htfnion povxds a year_: Taxation ireat twentr per ceaii..ot.Uw caime. ot the nation.', TMrieg the wara LCTHBRIOOE TO MOLD NO FAIR? The list at Mir lor 1319 has 'V pKbHshed. Toe name ol Lett- doea Bot appfar tiereln. Joeg this meam tiat Letnbndge is to ,._, koM no yemr' Lit Is .Crtii we dropped some money J la arrears of. In apita pi-all theee caadiaoM BrKatn rose to her great ooiuiBMOIil expansion after tae_'Xapoleoaic .Wars.' -9fce succei "j tally wearaetad tie storm. Just w hi wars a hindred >ean aev there waa the fiatne Industrial un- rest marte tne.bpreseni time, tart .the uuuaiTj Hved tfannuKb it. In the PSH of taose'days have the, Ijioyd today. Tbe parailek drawn 'when the war was on are }4it a> Deedfnl today. Tbera HL1DNSI Federal Govt Intimates Its De- To See.AIberia Become Law Bill laal taat doei not appear ta is some comfort that Ihe Empire haa aa any good reason why i It Is lo develop the I retaae to hold a fair year. TUB DOMINION MINISTER OF HtM-TH Ia aVe prograjn of legialaUOB an- iiBBBCad at tbe oamlnK ot tne Donna- am farUaaMiit tne aatoiotinent ot a of Hearth will tie received met ehafnir t! not grwter aad has -triumphed over Ihem. This, if it needed, aboold'glve'ns peater, .o Ibe future with the ;e that vrtiaf we tiave'done, we can do with far more atfonat taan la rhoee days of a jnadred IB tke toooraJc Mkeoe merits the partioitai alienttoa entr n ptrttnlir Department It looked IE there would be .discus- sion on Ihe bill tiut it finally was pass- ed through second reading without a rote. aistrict .must be .signed by. at two ratepayers in each and township in the proposed hospital di; trict. Nine Townships There o.fe nine townships 3u each municipal area, the object the new clause every township a chance. new clause added provided thafc the minister, after- es- tablishing a.disir'c'' before a vote is taken, may "for cause disestablish, the same, i 'Still'another new para-' graph empowers the minister "during the course of 'ceciiring petitions, or to vary the area includ- ed in the district without invalidating any of the petitions. A new the min.-, ister at any time, after a district is established, and whether a poll has been held or to detach certain lands from the district, "and may or may same or.any por- tion' more Hospital was amended tm the motion wto, said it conferred too much power'upon the minister- Hts amendment, which was adopted, struck out the words ful seati volving rrpmollon of Merchants bank ecr, officers.' H. W- KeBbitt, for some time has manager of the chief offices in peg, becomes western inspector. He will 'be succeeded by G. M. Stacey. formerly manager of the bank In Van- couver. [Ikans have built a beanti- real d- tmt'WMit VkrVrfM ot'Itie nil lljylllii ifTfi'T rf -nr tar A wdeaBW ud nwrt- MHt eMlntcrettnrtaie aMtdMM ot an fliow irho bare 1 tft Vefttt'.tf ud dWlre' to the BtAtnvii V> a v t' i i tfltt io ihe" cie'slre ot p Jttf tne coatry it may be saU llial i oor IflkBlgraHon in the past run lOoog the line of Icasi're neglecting 10 give Ihe I.JM J, ej ith, ft our ii r, concerns In'anja SPRING COULEE (From'Onr .Own SPRING COUIiEE, Feb. Miss Is spending a iaonlh's vacation In Lethbrrdge and Calgary. Mrs. Orrock returned today -from a week's vlsil lo Lcthbridge awl Cal- gary. A Woman's Ins.Utn.le was orsanli- ed lastThursdJy, with Mrs. reky Jol- liffe as president and Mra. Herbert B. Kelley as secrelary-treasrcr. Mr, and Mrs. Harlam H. Tlitjinpson home from Calgary oil .Satur- day. A Iraln load of 14 carl of catlle were unloaded here Monday by. Mr, Joseph Mr. Gulp had Ihrae cars come iu yesterday and three] tor Mr and .the members of the contributing councils sitting on tile it might a tendency to maVe the hospitals board miserly in expenditure for health needs. The minister defended the appoint- ive systcai largtly upon the grounds of expediency, and was supported by Dr. V.. Stale Cleanvater, anil H. Atkins Didsfcury. Mr. Mackay pointed out the friction (hat already exists where one hoard has the power toMcvy money" and an- other the power ;to expend 'it. The ideal situation In cities, he thought, would he (o have an elective commis. stoner of health who would in con- trol of such-re .1. a; Stewart Leth- bridge, F.upijorted Mrs. Mch'lnney in objecting to meir.hers of ihe council filtting on the hospitals board. Argu- ing that It was unfair to load all Ihe work upon a Itfx "willing persons'' and that all the members of a com- ANGLICAN St Cyprtarrt Church Car. 11tn Street and ____ ReV. Carion'W. V. McMlllin, B.A, Morijlrig Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer; 7.30 o'clock.' Holy .Communion 1st, 3rd and 6th and 4th al 11 o'clock Hsrvlce. Sunday School, 3.00 p.m. CHURCH Cor. .2nd Ave.- and Sth Street South Rev.'Carton J. E. Murrell-Wrlght, M.Al, "k Rector, The 'services lomorrbw will be takia by'.the Rector... A course1 of sermons Is being preach- ed on Sunday mornings on "The Bible-iU'ihe-Ughl of ledge." The old view ot whal Ihe Bible ia can no longer he held: In- tellectually by Iho new mind, Chwrek CnM, B. O, t 310 Ilia 8. Fh Church ttvdY Claudita, L.A.B, Mua. Dlreetar prayer service. 1 airAnlng Worship. Secret of Chrirtian Llfe.t 3chdol and Bible Ian Service. Subject, The tt-bota Peters mostly-young slock for. fcerl-1 ahouM tio educated Inl6 glv- {n- ing lliclr share o! Ihe work. Mr. At- Last Sunday produced a blna Pulnlcrl out lhat Iho poslllc-ns BtrKe dtipatches state (bat on bees dlacovered tn the tfeM Bear the Sweet Graai HiUs on tie Montana side of the boundary-. There are many who believe, that Sootiern Alberla will yet produce an oil field, and money 19 sUll beicg sprat to aaoir their faith In' their bvllef. Dispatches Inaicats Iba'. if KunB darrf tne'j Tfonld.'ln- Tite Kal-er Bill back to life throne, That's probably why the slUea In no hurry to dictate peace lerms. They want (o know that Germany Is really done aa a fighting machine 'before lay- tendance at church. Still Ihere'ff room. Mr. Burnham, who beerv visiting hit brother In different parla of Ihe U. 8. A.'.'arrlreil home, loilay. We are having snow this morning, also en Monday a light fail. Mr. Ralph 8. Thompson returned on bringing, a brido. They were married aome time ago and have been ipnillaij Ihe wlnler IQ Seattle. 'Wliittr al last nettled down.on ua, coterinj tbe ground every- where. LAP.LANO were nnpalrl, anil !l was a hard thing to find many men in (he province who would labor without pay; that publlc- fipiritcd men who served on coiinclJa would be the most likely Individuals to give similar service on hospital bulMIngg. George Hoadley, opposition leader, Okotoka, said (he whole (lues- Uon got back to (he okl lhat public heallh was; a.1 of the Mate; and Ihtil 1o care for It should by raised by the province and spent by the yirovince. Andrew (JUmcmt'- Lacombe, choir "TcHailSTlAN ,SCIENCE CHRISTIAN BCIENCS Hull Watk, 7th BUM! a. Subject! "Cfcritt Jaaua." Sdiool MtKeie. at fae cloae partm tbe hi 2 o'eloc Depl. of Iho Sunday cborclii .1.15: of lke-8. S. In Iho churd 7.15: S- Bool; the (iojtn rill bear Germany Match While Star liotr 2000 returrJne officers and men of "the ('atiadlac Kxpedltlfjnary and a number of civilian passengers. most of whom are- proceeding lo York, Ihlrt morning after nn iincvcrilfol eljht djja, from Liverpool.' Kronoy in the ilislrlct eipsnso of hospital work. stronsty cambatted thin Idea, say- In; he hoped come wlien Ihe farmers Would lake (heir men fiervRnts and wald Bervanls Into Ihe exacliy Iho "same everyone else. Ihnl (ho burden rtbnld nai' fair on 2nd and Mh S, Motit Hall Hlllnbotham Evangellit Slmnwnette, Paiwr Services: Suoilay 51a.m. and 7J04m. Wednesday: S p.ra. j.a.: prayer Tnt ptrbao'irra tnVlted tofSunflay ..attafiu Uieae The Siena or. the tlmej "clsltrf Mff.tfig cf Wefcsi. 'W ot church will from to timo prt-ach on (his sub- "Salvation for tho "Healing for the Tliroiigh vV'tdiejd jav, UVlnt; The Cli MM IB i Kaitll In the Hloocl j O'-F.-HAtl. of Ihe anil other (m- Siiaday al nfijlflnt rlccper (ruths from Iho II n nflav Scnooi at'toc closi of trrfi tbe Sdoday In I pax Che rsadtnir rpoiR h> dsfrf n- wpt BoMava. from 3 tte Bible Wd author, lied Christian ScleBce Hteratirre may be read, berrowedl or The public If cordiiMlr Inttted'. to at- tend the church alK to visit Ike rcadlnt rooai NORTH LETHMIDCE GOSPft HALL _ "The Handwrgfrii i f. Baptist Church) Speaker: John; We, 197 St. N. Bvenlifg 7.M Subject: Ktrk ChriatiM Ckwek U Cgrlai, tli BOB Bible and ret Uw njikcfoi, the of Pmlor will evening tn preach a serka (if five nermons on (he five steps inlo the -Kingdom or Miall 1 do (6 be Kavcilt" Tfin f'ir.4 sfc'p Inlo Iho. kingdom Sun- day night. A ;