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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRnXSB DAILY HKRALIV MAfiCti ivao tlifrerta DAILY AND WEEKLY and PublUheri HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED >W South. LeihbnoBt W. A. Buchanan PncMeat and ilanagipg Director Terranco Uusinosa Slunase wMns. Mr. Hoyle went on to figan-s showing that Ihe liquor pro (us were well over f.MSMOO in lovitlegsins tint1? as a result of A.l'.l1.- .xinvk-tious tol.-llle.l fvS.ttS.it. liiifuulties iu the way ot ware- luiusiuK of liquor viewed from the lioiut of law enforcement, were euu- ineiaied hy Mr. lleyte. He said ii was to impossible to prevent un liquor importers from sell- ins UK-ally. I'ollco wad-lied sui-h Iiri'iuisos but where li.tuor was Urolith! in hy the barrel and rosliip- in any sort oi i-aso, keB or lioltle. il.'U'fiimi "f fraud was lien tu im- t Mildness, lillW .-gft-btlou.' arid iia'uiattMir'ft (lie. ll was pointed out thatiKe been.a to the TELEPHONES Office Office t> of Prairie Hay Report Institute Hold stand: nil dlsposi- volunteer, his call ot duty influenced, "always by eaxaphouc. and traps bave been giii. Slpsl delicious hot meat pies.: and a number' od thiuc's to I'at.wiU also be ed by' ladies. Don't forget'the' The speakers were all friends of .-Mr. Allred. KlJers riaronco Smith. C. E. his llfo was -come and have a good lime. "lefty of the Wo- men's Institute was held on Wednes- day last, (he regular day being Kri-i Allred. liishop Ja Kiiphop Kviins, Tin eharee of Mr. C. 15 eluded selections hy ilv "t'nanswered and .-inking was in Strong, and in- i-hoir. a duel. Misses Salmon KICKED UP IN SSING rOM TBK MAN day, Feb. 2tith, but changed on heads tbo Calgary and Strong, violin oblifiato by Mr. Towu'hall iu forciunu und during quills whidl At i..iii. A report from the day luado two nk' jari of iiilvifrtiliiy Ijnblic. to decide in th inter-provincial trade the- considei'ation on autborily us 10 tin- asking-for an expression of opinion as to-the best means wherfby p.oh IK- lion niighl brins inlii el eel iu a prac- tical manner "'hut it-was designed Prohibition has now bten proved in the working in regard to nay vote then the legislature would nave .0 decide bow besl lo restrict and regulate the liquor importing and exporting warehouses which would continue to be established iu the I'rovincc. Inter-provincial tjade was pan of nrisHnal prohibition measure ini- o.j by' the rfopif- ,lt remains to be i.' the people 'are of .the same till in: Us retention or oilier- u'yrcn'Tauiier gave'some very vain- Inlhrcnia has become so general at able suEgestlons on the "Care ot Hie J.Tinmifits. that the I'orcupino Dog sick and lo keep well." A deia- oust ration ot "India curry" was given by Mrs. Mary Kletchen which was uronounced very good and all were, aniious for the receipe. A pleasant University of Toronto Chess Club for afternoon was spent and about 60 j -vcar- ladles were present. The conference of the consllluencjr of Women's Institutes was held In j Cardston on Friday evening last. Ma- J grath -was represented-by Mrs. .Mc-j __ Connel, Mrs. Mercer Mrs. Wood, airs ft, HIld sorti, i l-'letcher, .Mrs. Glbb and Wiss Hall.! of timber for Bothiag elw pulp going to waste, a de- spatch says. "On account ot the -present financial condition we are unable I to proceed with tbe extension o( the BlMat- Calgary branch." Is the statement of W P. HInioa, vice-president and gen- eral manager of tbe G.T.P. to a request o! (bo Sedalla branch of the ror tie construction of the line. Tbe report of the jostmaster-gen- cral which was tabled In the commons BhoWs a net revenue for the fiscal year 1918-1P of an in- crease of 1257.318 20 as against an ex- penditure ol an lacreaw of The surplm ot rev- nuo for tbe fiscal year over expendi- tures was I2.S29.12S. There were on 31, 1919. 13.290 la operation in the Dominion. Derby has been postponed. A. Clark, a! the Department o] Chemistry, is ibo champion of tho According to the estimato made by [Tax Commissioner J. 1'. Frock, the ot 0'" proper is listened to a most splendid lecture Agricultural Society have final-; against holding the annual! A BRIEF FOR CANADIAN BANKS j In view of the comparisons tba: I from time to time arise between the i Cauadian and American banking sys- lilicc In counteracting the rtrhik evil. terns with sometimes argument in Whether the mac-liine luis been UN perfect as it niigiil he iu fulfilling tile functions for wiiidi ii iins been creat- ed Is a matter on which there are jua'ny individual opinions. On the great question.'as-lo'the usefulness of in destrorfng tnc" recognition of trade in liquor as a legalized commercial transaction, asMlluslrated in the exist- ence of the bar. there cannot but be a majority of opinion of the sood .this has On tbe olhe: nand the fact cannot be disgulsiid that the prohibition measures h -'given" rise to an illicit business .wblcii has been ,j 'What effect .the corn: tenaucing of trill have on inter-provincial trade Ihe illicit dealer am manufacturer of strong drinks will be left In the hands of the people to de- cide, (hit is if it becomes a question us to vhicli of the two is preferable. In connection with the suspension of trade hy federal Authority BF a u-ar measure, the fol- lowing, as related by the AUorney- {jcneral, Is interesting Mr. Boyle regretted that the Do- minion order-in-couiicll to prohibit -inter-provincial liquor shipments -had not been prolonged unti! real test might have been nifiile of the laws by Alberta. However, from iho results of Jirurej were ob- tainable. When bootleggers were lie favor at the latter, it is something ot ntercsi. that a bill has been actually to the House of Kepresen- tntives iu Washington :o pennii the eslahlishmerit of 'a branch banking sj-stem In tlie States. The New York official of the Union Bank of Canada, writing in Canadian Finance, draws attention lo the bill mentioned and uses the opportunity j to say a word for the Canadian ,1ns system which Is by no means out of place. No one will dispute the views ho holds when bo says th'a" ,thc- raagnijicient way in which Canadian banfcs handled tbo financial of the country during the five .years of- .war and en- countered' aud disposed of financial problems 'during that period of a magnitude little understood by the Movement. Miss Mohan, wlin recently under- went a serious operation at St. Paul, has returned lo her home in Warner for a loni; period of recuperation. A. Ci. Johnson spent'a couple of days iu 1-ethbrMse, and reports tUat Mrs. Jolnifon is getting along very nicely. Mrs. Aiuslie spent teverat days in Lethbrklge. returning today. Mrs Derrick was in Lethbridge Thursday on business. J. W. Luker, who has been away for several months, has returned to his home here. .Mrs. r. S. Lcffingwell has returned after several days spent ill the capital. Ii. C. Sproule of the Hank of Com- merce staff is spending his holidays at Calgary. Mrs. Peter Derg has returned after spending a couple of months in North Dakota. J. K. Ilulman is now visiting with her daughter. Mrs. Itutherford Mrs. J. P. and family, who have beep visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gradi here, returned la'si week to her home i.i Millings. .Mont. Mrs. firady ac comp.inied her, and will remain for some time. Women's Activity Thai the Women's Missionary So ciety ilie ?lvangelical church her is an active body was evidenced las week, when at the Sunday evening service they had full charge of Mrs. A. Mason officiated as leader, and a number of tho memberd which was solemnly done by Bishop] on "Child Welfare. Mocks of tho U S. church. The j Itiley of Calgary. by Mrs. Harold bride came in on thn arm of her) Monday evening a whist drive was exhibition tills year. At thu official board meeting ol Central Melhodisl Church, Slralford, ijetlirai father, who gave her away. She was] held in tlio Town hall a lurge crowd: w was charmingly gowned in a beautiful was present and.ial! report a good, (h t dress of satin creue de chlno with time. Tie highesl scores were ___I An_.rn.t 1... tr__ VUUIV11. oversklrt ot Georgette, and carried a by Mrs. Blaxall and Mr. JX W. Ding- bouquet of while carnations. Mrs. ham. The evening was in charge of teg. Millori of I.cthbrklge. and a Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Hingham. At lose friend of the bride acted as the drive he-Id the week previous, riilesnmid. The groom was support-! Jlrs. Beunlon and Mrs. J. Sabey presid- d by Crest Smith, of Calgary. Tiny led; the highest scores were held by. Sctli Scott, the daiuty little daughter] Mrs. J. llarker and .Mr. M. Head. The Mr. and Airs. William Scott, ot j next one will be held on Monday eve- -elhhridge, was flower-sirl. After nlng. March" Sth. Everyone Invited, lie ceremony ail elaborate supper was The regular meeting of tho U.FjA. was held on Saturday evening. Ques- erved in the dining room of the laymond hotel followed by dancing. Miss Emma Holt and Mr. I'eacock supplying the music. Mr. and Mrs. Alex "will reside in Raymond, tbo ;room being in business here. tlous o.r importance to farmers were discussed and a profitable evening spent. A. Merkley entertained a num. people at dinner on Montreal .Methodist Conference has taken the initiative in setting its Forward Movement objective at instead ot This us raised or 122 per cent, of its original objective, far surpassing the Toronto Confer- once percentage, In Tongas Reservation. Alaska, there is more Uuii her of young Sunday. man on .street, arc sufficient proof that-the. system is particularly suitable to.-tiie needs, of the country, 'it is admitted that at times the appli- cation of ilie sysiem may leave smae- but the officials barilc.'arc human beings, and consequently, have some' ot the fail- Ings "wh'lch all men-have. The bank- admits that there is need for improvement in some respects, of the society took part in the service. Mrs. Dengls1 rendered .a-solo, and Ihe collection was in aiir'of the funds of the society. Women's institute Tho February meeting of tho Warn- er Women's Institute was held at Morton's home on tlie 1'Jih. Owing to Jhe bad weather only 'fifteen.members present. Tho raisins of the flower fund was. discussed and it was decided to use the ten Cent" lunch money for that purpose. -Mrs. Fraed- rich was chosen delegate to the con- vention to be held'in Ednronton on 'March. HM9 Inclusive, Mrs. liyers- durf was on the entertainment "com- mittee, but as she could not attend the meeting, the secretary read her article ou "Our Country." Mrs. Ains- lee read a good paper on "Home. (Jar- denins." anil Mrs. liabb gave a recita- lion. "You Ought to which was greatly enjoyed by nil. A committee ot four was put on to iurnlsh tainnient tor our March meeting. Important Meetings ate Geddes Returns From Toronto (From Our Own Corrtsponilent) MAGRATH, March social event thai promises to be one of the Biggest of the season be the jfening. uMarch 5th n's'Institute. The dance on Friday given hy the Wcmtn floor wi'll lie the best, the music extra ecial. us the new Magralh orchestra. .ir pieces consisting of piauo, violin, A pleasant social evening was spent at tae home ot Miss Alice Woolley dn Monday evening. Private Elmo Oeddcs, after some four years in his country's sen-ice is again here with his parents. Mr. Oeddes was wounded and had the misfortune lo lose n limb and has spent n long time In hospitals. He has been Iu Toronto for about a year and has finally regained strength so is (o reiurn to his parents. He -was accompanied by his wife and liltle son who have been with him in Tor-, onto. Private Geddes enlisted in IJrit- ish Columbia after which his parents moved to Magrath and have been energetic workers in Red Cross and all wc.r work and patriotic purposes. A large circle of friends are glad to j jj-elcomp Private Geflde's home and loj 'do him honor a large number of friends met at the Geddes' home on Saturday evening. Gomes were the] order of the evening .during which time refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Geilclcs will remain here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Itirle (nee .Miss Ruby Sheltoii) have returned from Salt' l.nke- City, Wall, where the) were married. Everyono is wishing them a Ions and happy life. WITH mak ther dozens of different to choose from, must be a good reason why Uiis Instrument Is BO. popular.' That reason Is the quality of of de- sign of lone. The famous Mason Hlscli costs less tha'n you think. Asl; for prices and easy payment terms. Style liook'.et free. Homt of th. What About Shoes for the Family? You profit to a very great extent having the requirements of the family early, as warm, comfort- able feet are a great asset. Uesiaes this the fact that you will jiay more for your shoes later on should he an Inducement to purchase now. We have tlie quality, ts.vle and Ihe price to suit all -reiiulre- nients. i ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR -1 corresponricd with t'ifi Dujninlon iiutboritiea many but the fact of the ipaiter was ihni no Fpilenil Ae- i prevented liquor nianuE.ifinro by Vate still One oH Act jirovlrlf 1 that licenses must b? for_ On ilitn uulhonly 1 the -jwlice jirocucdcd und vIctlohR. Altogether 143 stilK- liaj ieen Ulteti by tlie A.I'.P. out of a total of 167 discovered during Hie year. ASTiile the A.IMJ. were ililiKGiil in picking lip Ibese stills there was no .special organization for tlie work as there was for detecting It Traa a Federal matlnr In fact, ami Ihe Mounted Polkc, were to assume ''full, responsibility for crushing illicit .inanufacture of Hquor hereafter, "At the some MniR I'rovinuiii! Police have pickert up RliHa nil, Ihe Var from Fence- River lj> (ho tnttlrrm- .tlonal boundary, and In all kinda tif places from n lo a said Air. Boylfi. The AttornerOeneral rend u letter from Superintendent, Ilryan of' tho A. P.P., H'hlch spoke of (lifficullj- in se- curing prompt assistance from the In- land Revenue authorities In dealing irHJi captured -A fraction of the secured In Ifnes IIR a repult of these captures the.A.P.P. came to the J'rovince- amounting lo 9 years irt nil were nb- fained, but the SuperintendcjnL was nf the opinion that not more than 10 per cent, of tlic still? actually in opor- atlon were detected, "Kitchen stills'' were hardRftt to nrovmU weal on thf> Attorney-Ocnernl who paid llfjuor wftfl manufactured in great 'inaitti- by meanR of simple devices used fcltcben ranges and with tho itid ot Semi-Mililray Honors at Raymond As a general rule, states the offi- to. ilie criticism of tlie C'iinaduin banking system is based j upon ;m incorrect idea of its powers, i Lale Cyril Allred Buried With and duties lo Ihe jjiib- lir WlirjN1, iHlil lliC VSf 1' i- A in p rica n 11 r, i t ba nk sywt em fi re I liiiiluubU-fHy scmicwhai by i I the imaginary iiiirartion which dis- I lant Things have Inr ihf- man wlio is i ahvrtvH anxious to ry-arr.niKC i Tlie awurarv o{ s'ate- men; Ijome oul by iho opinions which our American i ousiiia nro ant-ler.'j Irowned upon any iiiU-iTijit to. adopt, the Cnna-tian system in bill many of them arc uradu- ally changing tJielr views. j li in oriler. i