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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin; .K UKUA.UI TIU'USIHY. MARCH li. ISM'J She DAILY AND WEEKLY and THi LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- IMG COMPANY. LIMITED MB 4th Street South, W. A. and Managing Director Tonance Business iii Iho thapi? uf took supply will be forthcoming from (hose cJ mature ago. The boys who Uavo taken ihe HIM- of laying ihe tyunJAtioti ot a lib- rary in hatsii have showu a consider- aMv worthy initiative, and the bin-king of ilioj-e juvenile efforts should meet with tiit- desired response. in the douatins ot books the public] Unionists Take Initiative TELEPHONES Office 12B2; should not bo with the giv- ing away those ivhich, in tno ac- cumulation of K.iJtus niiult'r. b-iving fulfilled ihcir regarded as ?3 much waste lumber anJ tiie oppor- tunity only 100 readily embraced to get rid ol the same. There shouM be a dUcrimi nation in the sivuig. or it Editorial Office i xvould fce better not to yive at all. Let spared bo vol. [such books umes cl FtandiuJ volumes v.hkh relate to travel, wliioh contain in format LOU und g ive eu li ghtenuient. Aurfft of Tbe mere Subscription tatwo- True m there delivered per should bo books which pivo tho raind Oalir, per year ......ET 50 t recreation hut in tins selection there fcilr. by mail, per year ......J5.CO ROCd o( mvich mail, per year The of a library, indtpend- naH per year to esuly ot furnismns reading in-uter, Daiw of ot subscriptions ap- j should be lo elevate tho taste in >W. daily on address label. j ins ln of Ihe material lacc'ftt Capers altor expiration date Is j a wlth 3 Ejne ]jleran- sense of and demerits of literature is i therefore, absolutely More than any thins else a frame- j work ol a library should be books ot in rutting (iovf.'s Case before House OTTAWA. Mar. T.-lt is quiu' ibJe that tliis may le a It is so VOUUR yet ihm jli'K's luive been more tadly j of ifcc I'.vrl.v ivjJilU'idQs I i iiytl Tho rrrent byo-olf'- ticus have ihi? of the lal- tor. This being v ilvj i.'1'.l itrJU'r ot '.ii'stri ua-TiHMllv ;i.-ik themselves it i? worth while lighting for .-onu-ihim wUu'h really may huvo away, (i is j j yuiio jirolubK- lUm wave of uon-1 :iiu opinion, whii'ii in the West, may to ihe j While U i-; iLiimms strongly manetit movements. i The Ontario l.iber.iU. soaieUm PA 1CKED UP IN ASSING TMK BTSY TO HOME M BRANCH STOMS iniu Mr. knows what it l-r-ns tut it already one prise. Th? first came In the svUvtionj oppi' of D-U. MicKenzie as letuyorary orr-os- leailer. Of courfe, bavins; bwci culled by Sir Ian r. o! j ijivl Ihu other they wore only wiiciitg tin r to fiieir for em ot die Council aiui nH I knew what that meant. Il is quite however, as long the hi "auuiorHy' to continue iba sub- scription. ANOTHER DEMAND FOR TARIFF REDUCTION The Manitoba legislature has follow-' >d Ae leal of the Saskatchewan leg- ,slature and his unanimously adopt-' ;id a resolution askmj for sweeping i Eductions of the tariff including the! of the free list of agricultural Implements anil foodstuffs. This resolution was supported in the legislature by Conservatives liberals alike. The farmers ot the west at their rariou? conventions in the prairie iroriwes bate parsed similar -resolu- jons, and it may tw taivsn that the Al- before the'end of the Vcssion.will take stand, It is-not that it has 'not been known .'or a time thai .Western Canada 'Avored, tariff redurtio'n; it is'the sot- of" the body pf public opinion ii the ifest which resola- :ions, .Importaiit. .ConserraliTes who .ipposeA'. tariff reduction id'the past SUiding-iioV orT the "ground that, 1 west is to prosper aod HBade. o" :the easl, ,-there .xttt %e ia tne UrbX must a remoTal ol the Ux on jSurtly the east vill this which has Biw" become tiw; west If the J6ea heed then'the eact need cot blame tie west for sectional differ- ences ara borad to more aggravated in the future. reference. Those vrho possess and are in a position to spare them (vould be rendering a decided boon by B giving or loaning oE such volumes llie library that Is to be. QUEER OPINION OF OF UQUOR ACT In a Jury., in Supreme Court a member of Ibe bar the statement .that H seemed to be the opinion Uiat the '.aw. .ib get possession of liquor has ?onie be considered differently v'rooT breaking other laws. He Intfm- In the latter case peoptfc rohsiaeTea a crime ha.a been commit led buv ia breaking the liquor la- liUIerortTie meaning of toe won attaches ta the offense. This IsJtt peeping with the state msirt cwie'by ihe atiorney genera of ta-pyince a tew. days ago when speaking In the legi slat are when b LTU U, tXICU OC1 t V illlii- vou believe in the principles of tbe ground, va.u the thermometer tarW and LiberaliEm, come over to rangme from li> to oO zero, and this side of the house- Jf you do not ;vind. In town the gas is up to normal pressure. Coal men report stocks for a week or ten days. Supreme Court opened Tuesday morning with Judge Ive? presiding. A large number of .criminal cases are I By .1 recent decision of the minimum wage board, women laundry workers in Columbia are to be paid not less than J13.5Q per week. Mrs. Ellen Grace. ST years old. was burned to deaUi at her home in Minne- Hs. The origin .of tha tire is not Character The customer's interest is our Erst consideration- We put character into the pianos we make and sell. Out salespeople are trained to put character into the w they sell. No undue urgency to buy, ho selling any questionable so long as to sell; no hiding thc tnrth as to durability and construction. Good will and good bade sure lo {oflow tha sort of method. We are less concerned about making out business bigger than about making it better. Balmoral Block, Fifth Street S., Lethbridge and Public ledger diod in' tendon of pneumonia, following Intlu-' oaza alter four days' iilnees. I Aid. Frank H. Fowler, chairman ot Winnipeg's Finance Couumllee, hfis anuouuccJ that uiany well paid em- ployees of that city must be dismissed (o provide positions for returned sol- diers who were promised their old Jobs they came bact from the war. 'the list. A case o! shooting with Mr! Eila irife at O. S. intent to kill engaged the attention of the court part of Wednesday, and TOE postponed for the evening ses- sion. In the meantime the Holge- Wrisht shooting case was taken up. This case has created a great deal oE interest. Wright claimed to have a and i Carvell let the members Imow tbat 1 tease of certain was not they had to raise extra in fenced. He met Hodge on the road, some and- that to; this, question J i..-. they had to gtve setiouV tbougbt. H ras quite evident that bis -words lell But the man to cfclsJ .de- fence ot tbe Government's policy and on this land to pasture. bim of driving his cattle A dispute I Warden, manager of tlio Dally Trib- une, Great Falls, died very suddenly at ner home as the result of apoplexy. George P. Edmunds, former United States Senator from Vermont, tiled in Pasadena, California, following a long illness. He -was 91 years old. William Henry Galbrailh, of West- mount, Que., is applying tor a divorce to come oat plainly and tell the mem- iiacleod this week tlian for the past bers the line they bad to take was three years. Hon. J. A.-Caldcr. He made the real! iohn ColliB reiurned speech of the There was no I a ,rip to thc Etmlh and arc de. arose, an-1 "White dfe'w a shot gun trom from vrife, Ht'Ieu Catherine GaV the buggy and Hodge-' claims he fireil it at him as na sat: on his horse. More sleighs have been seen in the eeriou situation the j M teli (0 gel home to B- moraing from France He riot expect you to !all to end-light over a matter that has bone of contention in Ihia country, for 40 years, H eipects you to EoHe other weighty problems and it you- don't solve them .within six; months..theie viU'be trouble." He added, however, that the taritf questttm ivould have-to be faced later. This speech -went down well. There was a characteristically western ring about it that the western tneralws liked, and which was also appreciated by many from other provinces- Home one to talk in this manner hose in responsible places on the gov- ernment's sitie doubtless when it was over. There is no doulit Mr Calder's remarks have straightened away the i ship on a direct course and, that for the return trip, Macleod bas a largerjiumber of vis- itors ihis week, aU of1, whom; are at- tending court. Reports from various parts of the district are that the fall of snow has been general, and is welcome il by every fanner and stockman. pnc-uuiouia OTerbtas. Mr. Slcckley was graduate In arts of Mac-Master uni- versity. Toronto, and ennui v.est t" pursue his Jaw studies in Alberta. In March. I9IP. ho enlisted with the wes- ern universities" battalion. Out of 4.40S discharged soldiers in Manitoba, have no Jobs, accord iug to a statement, issued by AlbtTt Poarce, secretary of Heturncd Sol- diers' Manitoba commission. Of these, are in Greater Winnipeg. Denial is made (hat HUES Peters. ia hoped they can gather posaea of tbe facts and bring about Ihc laws'. Pfobibly, tnis will be the solu- tion, or at least it may lead to som? knowledge of tho strange reaaoniag wfclclr aukes the" llaaor act' tho butt ot a untrer'skl attempt U> evade.. THE LIBRARY OO1NG The of have In a rery commerKjalory manner started the ball rolling for getting the nucleni of a Tho procedure, as nounced, Is to be a. houne to ho ctmpalea for tho collection ,of bo Tnls wJH bs undertaken by certain and in the If ronfi- deuce jhowa that Inteteit la the collecting be! amned. iliat tn- Jor tha project will be trttcnl, md (ho necesfiry senecoilty The .published financial report ol the Sir Alexander Gslt Chapter ot the Daughters of the Empire Is a EOOI) in del ot tho varied activities the Ofi the time being, there be very uncertainty as lo what will be done. Incidentally the person who thinks that the western delegation has little influence in the House had bet- ter think again. Melgtieii, Crcrar, Cakl- er and Silton are not light-weights and there are 55 members lo back them up. Mr. Calfler did not take very ser- iously leader MacKenzie's intimation about tbe light in ;tfio window, etc. He said he thanked Ood not tor this but thai the war Tras over. He added that he had been a Litieral and still was one, but he was of thc opin- I1AHOXS, March arrange- ments are now complete for the grand conctrt and amateur dramatic enter- tainment ril lite opera house on the 10th. Those who have been permitted to see the declare the the town a1 that date. in thp of the liarons public on Tiie to he pro- now of Live Lurkgys sold at each on thc Edmonton city market this week, whfle lire geese brought as high 93 and chickens Jl to Kaufman, of Kitchener, has offered to build a nurses' home in that city at a cost of prorlded the city raise at least and ap ply it in hospital improvements. Because of the feeble condition or Mrs. Thorneloe, his Grace Archbishop Thorndloc has cancelled all hte offi- cial engagements In order to he in attendance on hts wife. Highway level crossing accidents on railways in Cnnada during tho past five years totalled C2I, causing 2SQ persons to bo killed and 5CG per- sons injured, i J. C. du TrtTnblay. Montreal, -wants Ihe Doiv.'.'nion parManienl to declare i in favor of ine payment hy Germany 1 of -in indemnity lo Canada's dis- j burrieinenls on (ho war. fietciriitffl ioldlers, Oreat War Vet- er.-nn and [he, city council at burn aro hacking a proposal to erect a memorial ball in honor ol the fallen "in the war, at a cost 'of 21 ,000. As ihti outcome ol the special meet- ing of HaUleford Presbytery, Knv. W. A. hns accepted a call to Melfort and leave? Vo tnke tits new sc early in March. of Herbert, Sask., tho Argentine to risliennen at Kock lake, liave been making good catches during ihe past, few weeks. One disciple of [saak Walton a few days ago caughl with hook, and line three pike ot an aggregate weight ot 30 pounds. One of them VAS over three feet loug and weighed 11 pounds. A recent issuo of the Saskatchewan laaette gives Ihe names of over notaries public who have lately been commissioned In Saskatchewan. Five dollars is Uie change the government makes for conferring this privilege, so that from this Uttte branch of ils business alone Us coffers are en- richihi io the extent of over Experiments in a new tyjve of wife (ess telephone are so far advanced that it 15 hoped wiihfn a tow weeks ItVill Fifteen years iri the penitentiary be possible to speak butwcen London was llie sentence imposed on Marvin and New York, while the ai Winnipeg hy Chief Justice inent ot a regular commercial ccrvice blather. lie wag fount! suiUy by a by wireless telephone htAween l.on-jjury Saturday of an offense against don and Mow York early next year; a young girl. In passing sentence the K expected by the Marconi company, i justice dwelt on'-.trio bnitaflty of the 1 crime', which he explained, was pim- R- C. Stc'ckley, student at law at the j ishable by death according to tbe University of Alberta, has died of Criminal Code. who has gone to seek concessions from the government of that country which will induce Mennoniles to mi- grate from Canada and settle there. represents any number of these people. The legal aid society 'ot Xew York prevented or inore divorces in ifllS, according ,to tho annual made public there by Charles K. Hughes, prfeoldent ,of the organtiaffon. The report showed that 3053 lions were made during Uie year for advice and aid. Of. -this number only 4 per cent, resulted in court proceed- Don't Lose Time in the Spring Get your grates, pinions, gears and other tractor re- pairs now. We have a large stock on hand. Lethbridge Iron Works Co., Ltd. r serving as religious education- ion tbat" the were not thinking sented aiti in a ciasa by themselves, ec-cretary of tiie Uaptist ITnion of ami are pure to kec-p the audience In j Canada for the past year and fita iron stsrt to finish. Tlio quality i a half, Kov, Dr. C'.torge T. Wobb la of the acting will be the big surprise, retiring from hU work in Winnipeg. Order, The donations made fiave been Spread over a large field extending, fo of relief, to Siberia. Tho Dxujihtersof the Empire are lining tip to the spirit and wide range ol fbo Kmplre from whlth tney take thc-ir along the old lino and thai any gov- ernment tbat fleslrol to command their confidence in the future wculd have to stand on a truly progressive policy. One came lo Die conclusion j that thc Minister of Colonization was not thinking a great doal about Uie permanent futore of either Union Gov- ernment or tho Oppositon, con- vinced that Iho man who die] work would come brat through these Ironbloua times. As far as one can Judge thl? rec-ms lo be pretty much thp altitudo uf (he however. Thc j'tmn? latlles who taktf are rtally g if lew) actresses, while the hero all that ciauld he desired. Of necessity llnin ItaiJ to bo an A copy of Ihe origfnai por- trait of I'ocahcmtaa will be viiy tlic Virginia branch. Colonial ugly Individual, with (rhinos of America, (o Mrs. Woodrow a vIHalnons of, features, hut a Kncal descendant of ths In- leaving him out of flio the (ii'an princess. Harona will be fiten on the s Vor thc concert jjiirt of the Frc3l'lent N'oel Marshall, at the an- imal meeting of the Canadian Ttcd gram Hie best talent In southern Al- Cross Society In Toronto, reported tha( her (a obt-ifnad, ari'l alio- The voters of Medicine Hat fully earned the name ot "the licWe crowd" In electing Alderman Marshall and then starting a recall petition three days later. Under the circum- stances the pro-rtalon made by ths western the gov- ornment, aa well as trial of tlift min- ister-? In general. Thtre a tonvlc- tion that no government thai, does not Seiner thn c-iittrlsiTiincnt iiromlfics U) givn, thu public ssnd glorious time. Mr. and Mrs, I. If, Allen Mad ft ftieafant fiiirprisn on Simday when a ol fritnds iiTir-xpectedly arriveil In Jadtn with provisions for dinnr-r rill rtnily to ftrve, to cekbralc no recall can be alartfeij threo monttis after the election was a wlas provision. Even city are en- titled 4o from rofle rien Mirprises, put fotward a practical solution of j the Cftlh anniversary of Mr. Allon'a day problems much i j.-ivth. A in 'lift visitors >tr. ,Tnrl hbdnlt, Ircdalc and ritlier Conditions, real n luis moving. Among the (f. ir-fN-h were a >n sold hy John as to .take Malbtrg, and one two north imrchasr'd Kftn Welsh tlvi ajjf.nry'of I'opiiam r'.sidtnt. jint arrivoil, IA >tr. at tho Many A chance of surviving na matter how much attention it may pay to organic-: tlon. No doubt thai' this is nic rbr-! rect view. The atlitijde of the western Union- Eenerally bas attracted a great deal ot attention, there beinfc much enquiry to their rirohahlo Rtanrl on (his and that fiucatton. Tho (ling- fer Uroup is not as yet mmji in (I'jsn, they .'ire to government mudt 1'oIlUcally, Ontarto (a undergoing a i-hangc May. A IH'W thc total number of brandies Canada Is an Increase of HI! over the previous year. Mrs. Hugh Hummel I, of Oxliow, hafi a crifi'iue for 5100 from tht- government, being ft ryfurui hushantl a for having a larger quantity of flour on hand Ifian tho food of the fine (mpoacd on SR.ikaloon fuel (tc-alcrs complain that ftio electric weighing1 conirivnncc al Hie Urumheller mines is not Intel- They sny that carloads that IIAVC reachr-d (.horn are usualty two Ions short wlicn weighed at Ka? toon, tfierehy tatwEng loaa. .1. K. 'MacKrnKlc f formerly the ttr-.t- of Tiic Times, Lam wett: II. a farnitr t IUr to that which ovor tliejot tov.n, lin-I ihe misfortune to ioae a also lias extensively more, than a Tarty barn Ami uf hay ty fire, Jn America through The Ixim whoan (Lilly culuirin, ''Throueh man I'yfiH." attracted much attenlUm fti Hiirouu during tiie anil wlilch OKtenalvoIy cfrculafed don Banking Service VOUR banking requirements may A be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely lit your disposal. THE'CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RtVER BRANCH R. T. ERYMNKR, M.u.jtr J. II. S.GORDON, M.nzgcr J. V. STEEL, M.nngti The Road to Independence Trouble comes to all uf us at cno limp, or another. The man with a snug bank account, in fortified against the "slingg and arrows of outrageous It ia the duty of every man to lay asidt something for (he inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account take your first step along tbe road to Independence. Trie MERCHANTS DANK Offce; OF CANADA 1804. mHBKlDGB bKANCH, H.'j, WNNINO, MONARCH >KAKCH, V. A. GBERLY, NOB1.EFORP BRANCH. M. A, IlLfATWCK, Acii.< I ;