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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE FOUR TUB tETHBIUlXlG DAILY HV.RAUJ WEDNKSIIAY, MAHCU She i "berate HlWtta TtlEPHONM Office.......... iu restricting the price of luiur- les. It is trdo that purchasing of these luxuries, as it applies to those for whom the luiury producers cater, works no Individual hardship, hut in ihts casa il is not the. Individual bat tho community is a whole that has lo he considered. Restricting prices us ihey apply to articles of necessity cm reasonably bo urged 53 siiscourag- ioc production in theso particular com- modities where the law of human nature applies. Leaving luiury pro- duces on the other hand will naturally tend to encourage pro- duction of of luiury, whOM not a rule sticklers In the luM'.w of prices paid for them. izuI Drills Iu the end means the tecouriging o" unprofitable producftou. The necessity o[ the present day is for production of the necessities of In tie measure their production the cost o! living will There is the essence, ol wisdom in luring mm away from luxuries 'and in to enter into the when Constabla Hubert Oalbraltb.l ust SO years of, age. dirxl of puen-1 monla followtoc tafluenta. This I foung man Ihe hosultal i for two weeks, buuor.suaVliro-! her arrived frod. Eef ina where tho remains were. 'lof burial. At .1 school board held last week several of the teaching staff sented Itiolr requests for Iiu-roaws In Mrs. Mnxfteld Celebrated the in Bright Municipality Our Own Correspondent) n March result o; the investigation Into the deaths of RICKED UP IN SSING fOR THK MAS r.ipi'S. >wolvc6 parade, tho streets in broad usually come to E the- station lo meut Incoming trains. house was the meeting uluco ut lieljhts isiepuyers, in tho uljrunco of more ntliai and I'Otafui'i- sble tjufirteri. selary schools would rwlgnMiou five more as other After V lengthy debate on the salary (luastiou, the school to offer !o t (or at end of the term, June 30th. 1920. parable to irho remained to that time. This has accepted by teaching po vacancies have occurred. RiVigei o in Psj-IUmsol so. It carry and an election he tta would be tJwir incrttMd represent- year a will aaa foUowini It will be a. ittoE. An (toeiton thlt year Wild nwu a ParliaoeM. with the wwt with its prMwit i Mea urf no potiiolmy af nfMHBtatlon for three or fmr a6oald be no election nntU obtaina ita ioereeaed repre- under a new redlatrUxitJon. leeme to be vlartnic tato the hands of interests mot to hold oft increeerd repre- from tbe weet long as They feer tbe vwl. DIM 4fr. Rue alao tear tiie'wMt? U wtmlt eeeoi eo. production of flrjt as tbe first Board of Commerce has not to be effecUte Board its for, much of the rea- for IU filling to live up to its be legitimately traced to Lhe tank found with policy by Us late, If other reasons wero to be aoufht, in discovering wherein IV failed, it the too patent tendency Boeji to Interfere too unduly whh tie fry and to 1st .the big fellows practically untouched. Tho Board, it must be admitted, had a hard duty to perform, but it cannot be said1 tbat it thoroughly grasped its ultimate functions. V.'hether it was handicapped by outside authority is a quettion, and an official explanation .of the reaeone which led to the resig- nation of Judge Hobson in regard to thit particular should prove ot he is called, hax done more to help those who haire been hard np this winter. Those who bad no crop, and those who needef a friend to tell their wan'.s to, to aik for something they really neeiled, and to know that if poeaiblc they would get their wanta iupplfeii, such a man is a member of the U.r'.A. executive. ;in active member of the Hospital board, a member of the Agri- cultural Society, a member of every- thing tint is for the uplift of mankind, a man who meeta a man, and can be depended on for anything acii even- thing, one who when the 'flu was bad last winter, and who is busy with 'flu A. F. (Soodridge, former premier of New found hind, dicJ recently at tho oi SI years. Out at Gunluu, a village near Win aet reason, but it li doubtful if the experiment was a money maker. When P.erriu is too bus.v on. his hif farm to patients, this winter, and always look- be playing, politics. In this case hilling for clothing for someone 'in need place is taken by his ueishbor. Tom Baillie, who is an oW. bridge and road no doubt nniko good uilder, and will In this new wor k ol serving Ihe peo- WMY NOT A FAIi? IN giartig omiseion in the list of for the Province the ab- of the name of Lethbridci. With taat the eft? poseeeaee In the ahape of ezhiMtiod building., and in tbe poeKton it ocenple] In regard to the durtrtct. omteeion i appear not.wrong. Just a little gam. for a small amount, this leads to thi business where tho boolleggc gets a sale of some of hia goorla, am the. past week has shown where thcs' things lead to. Then we have hat the jazz, which some one hns callci wave of but if one tentl of the reports we hear of Ihcse. fron the jazz It Is no place fur an; decent hoy or girl. These come to twn every week, pay n license, and take money out Xif lowt a man as chairman of the .Maclecx district, and who when Jhe invitation was given by a unanimous standing vote to remain in Macleod for another ear, accepted, and will be a true riend to nil, such a mail A. Lewis, Macleod. The death hat taken place at 12 Urvancy. avenue, Londou, ot Mrs.j Susannah Kiel, al the age of -103 j years. Governor Smith, ouve uuon a liui? "Al. Smllh." was guest of honor at the WaaHcflon blrihdajr dinner al Drace. Mamorial Home, New York. While her huriuud U Iryins lo help make Eacland dry, 31n. Lilian Johnson, wife of imsyfoot" John- Tho Windsor armouries are lo'be ECm( nM OWB Urlec M clerk. fitted up with billiard and lecture tie Ohio Indotrial rooms, a gymnasium- and pool. The St. Thomai Hoard ot Health j has advised, the theatre owners to refuse admUeion to anyone who coughs or sneeies. The Piltshwric Coal company's man- ager at Windsor that there will he plenty of coal for the freight- ers oh the Great takes. The Elks at St.'Thomas CHffor.t wirh addrert anil ihrinkage Is reckoned the present a vurse of gold on the eve ol hto do- hardly equal those of October uj 'NoTember. Billy Otwald's company played a rather small crowd. Since the moving- picture open- In Creston road shows'have not finding this a profitable stop- "I Love a Luste" here on Saturday point. adjuster of the .insurance on tho Review building, which was partially destroyed by fire u week ago, Is'laid up by sickness en conse- quence of which! It is nidre that! likely The Review will have to skip another Issue. In clearing the stuff salvag- ed from the fire Keillor Hayes can get no trace of the files of the paper which were intact for ten years back prior to the blaze. A couple o[ carloads per day of rail- way lies are heiug loaded here at prc .the output of the 'Mnllaudaine Still another port able mitl will altortly.be In operation the new one being the properly o Fred HtlauKer who will have it cut ting on a limit ho has Just acquired along tloat mountain at Krickson. parture for Windsor. death has occurred at the London General Hospital ot John a Grand Trunk engineer for the past thirteen years. (Australia and New Zealand are two countries in which living costs have >een less lhan In the United Stales during the past year. Druggists in Kansas are now re- quired to put big dosa'of lartar emetic In all toilet waters, perfumes and bay rum they sell. JciSe ui'uiiuHa, foifiierly a l pTO prietor at- O'.ven Sound, ttothwell'd Comers and Menfdrd, died suddenly at Meaford, aged A New York woman, seeking a separation, 'told the court her bus- band poses as a war1 hero, but he received his injuries by being kick- ed by a mule. The ..basement of a half-finished W 1TH doicaa of different makei to ebooae from. Uiere ouut ae a good reason way tbia InatnoKSt la popular. That reaaoa la Ihe quality ot ije tone. The famoiu a: Rlsch costs less than you think. Ask for prices and easy payment terms. free. Mlnwrml or Clever Burglary fulled Off at Creston Schools. Close'1 Through- Nursis'Short Our Own." OX, bit and help wreck your lives. Then tho ed and of cleYCi- and store'burglary was [railed olf here in (he early hours of'Saturday mtlrning thi.-5 HeatTe-Catway drugstore was enter- ed by a rear window and the store's entire supply of spirituous liquors was tsken. The loss is rather severely felt with the pretent 'flu epidemic at s height. So far as can he learned othlng else was taken, not even hout ten dollars thah was In the ash register at the time. Although the may; be onsiJered to its w'orst tage it has been decided to cloae he schools and ib prohibit public gatherings of 'all sorts for the pre- :nl. 'The worst feature to the 'flu ight now is a shortage of volunteer nurses. Most of of this sort las been working olgh'cen hour shifts n caro3 and forced to take rest for a time. The death from the 'flu occur- red on Friilay morning. Iho victim rj. J. H. Fulmer. Ter case was an aKgri'valej one in that she laid lip wi'li llic.nni.irly at the time of ving a child, the combine hciiig'too much for her none constitution. On Sun- '.'S Jchn McKay, who nrriv-j ed- rthnui 5ix ago Irom on a, visit to his daughtr.r. .Mrs. .1) I.earmonth. passed away fron; attach of the 'flu. lie was in ypar. Path burials ,were at I: camcleryi The high nf living look a fur-. Iher ndvance this week, when the I schedule nf rates of Ihe local water- works company took effect. With the exception of of'ices there Ins heen an advanre of nlinost 30 per cent, lhc{ minimum chargf; now haing a month. A new is n 10 per cent, rebate tor-prompt j payment. Tn take care of 'flu casua whers i proper home treatmen'. cannot he given, this applying more particularly lo those flricken in the logging camps, an hospital has been open- The disinantllng of Heligoland will be regarded by tho ct-Kniser as tho "Bftnga and arrorws of outrageous for It must pierce him to the quick in that the acquisition of land was Lhroush bis own doslre urg- ed on A lorlng grand mother who was Innocent of tbe real nsturft.of her gnndctilld, "Tfie most important fish- ing grotinds only four in 3Rya a writer, "and all Ho in "Ihe northem and mainly norlb of tho fortieth parallel of latitude, Out of four prolific fishing areas Canada is singulBrly fortunat'! in having two adjacent to her Atta.iUc find coaetg, and Is thus endow- ed with Iho greatest fishery in tho If fish diet incnns brnin food, as it urged, il is iiltle dances, we' hear many things about them. Why don't yon mother.! and daughters sit down some -lay and count up the cost, look over the past few years anrl see what you have lost, flavn your reputations or char- nr.ters htien improved, how much havo yrm Ins'.? stock, and then re- nifmiier the (nxl, you sow that shall you Constable Galbraith Dies death occurred at the Another Municipal UospiUi] Saturday morning This lii >fercantile hull. simplify things all round "ns vs'ilh lint, one doctor to handle I rnllcs In length is out of Iho question, especially on Ihe spring roads that at. present pre- lske weather Ihwt at pre- sent nklalni is producing (Julie heavy apple shlpnu'iils at this point, Iho way east on Tuesdayfl. ThitraHitys and Saturdays making a long stop lo loan iheso. Afore fapptes than ever were held for spring shipping vail. The In nol hand. that tbore- Ja plenty of it at Shoe Fitting Mo Iwo pairs of feet are it is necussary In filling Ihe foot lo he comfortable and have Iho SHOE GIVE SERVICE th.U the salesman cliuuld liavt; a knowledge of tin? font as well as scientifically. Thin enable? a salesman tmWati. tout IroiihV. and select shoes for you that WILL BE COMFORTABLE, WE KNOW HOW ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR flLL AGES' W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING EPTsecret and special and personal for you is WRIGLEYS in it's wax-wrapped -air-tight package. A goody that ts worthy your lasting regard because of its lasting quality. flavours tastes WmGLEYS ;