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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rowt TIIF_ DAILY IffiRALO tbe Xetbbriboe "toeralb Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY and PutJijhjr WiS COMPANY. LIMITED Ml Strwf South, W. A. BtKHanan fntliwt and Monagic; Director B Torraace Business TELEPHONES Office 125Z 1221 era is (nil-social, that such action very tut seeing ihe 1 and lucrative result n[ f their previous action they believe that the best policy to" follow'what ap- jx-arb to btj the lure of The failure ot to gala tbe number of scats it anticipated in the rwnt election ia Greii UrUaiii. fa tlu ol candidates who enter- Ld HIP Held ami at the polls, has to do -with ihe present Whal Labor hoped to gamfby holding a "determin- ing in iiarliarnent It a ring not materialised, recourse has been taken to the usa of the bludgeon in the uhape of strikes. am! tlie FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919 Unanimous For Kg New Settlers Coming Into The District Our Own I Mar. 4. aU very ivith the the diflrict nrouiiJ The people are ot the improvement that will lw raaJe this year. MY OF BREST M.V Tho Hus- siau scvinm-.tMit screed In tYbruary, ISIS, to the lirest- Litovsk treaty ami resume the war against Germany j; Great Britain the United States; would assure co- operation, Raymond Hobbins, this spring to break up two sot together and (he creating of ct npxl tu the town Audit Bureau of C ire L; Rattc: Daily, delivered, per Daily, delKered, per year by mail, per ......55.00 Weekfy, by mall, per VwVly, by mail rer year to U.S..J2.CO l confidence may be looked to r be the- final outcome. Something of i kicJ is a necessity and the crea- t of expiry o! subscriptions ap- on address Isbel. Accept- of yapors alter expiration la authority to continue the syb- THE INVITATION OF fP. D. MACKENZIE In opening of :iie first rarltRnient o' alter the there has been the unedlfying aUitude 'of ihe lerupjrary leader of the Qppo- iu putting politics first and the iurgfcst need? cf the country at the 'present lime, iu the matter of meet- ing and tleiHns with the after prcl> .lems, eecond. That s-pirlt of D. MacKenzie in sounding the call la the Literal Unionists to come bacfe to the party of -which he is the pres- leader. Why Mr.'MacKfenzIc should coo- cider tliai Ins is tae only true and -i-roeral party is one of ihinzs 'vliieh may be well debated, :call made fathered on an assump- tion to which the honorable leader Hud no claim. H fell on deaf ?ars gives no occasion for surprise. The Liberal Unionists who coalesced firith the-members of the Bcrden cab- inet in the interests of the Empire aud de country didiso after carvhd con- of the issue. baring to ihe call ot dotr ft is oot to ie expected that they Ehoaid turn when now more than Bter fe ae'crwitr for a united front in gaining fia Tktories which are said it) belong'to peace u weU as to Trar. Dr Mlrfucl Clark ptrt tfee case n, in referring to ihe call te. Kc said that liberals Vuo had separated' from their old colleagues on the Issne of compulsory serrice dfd not admit that they took Uie wrong road-as the. Imitation to might lead one to think. Eren such event as 4he Grea? War jioes not appear to tare changed the rieippolnt ot Sir. as to the prevailing trme. teen par- tisanship Impair" the 'trae niental vt "His true 'tis pitr and pitr 'tis'-'lls irae." tion ef belter feeJiugs .i the TWO will (ar towards ihe interest of ihe employed and the employers. Tbo outlook in regard to the labor shuatroa in Great Britain may have looted alanoius from this distance, but things over there have a satisfac- tory way of righting themselves and thbs speaks well for the spirit of the British people whether in the labor or the capitalist class. need not look vrtth any apprebeustou to scenes that have taken, place in other coun- tries Tvhere demands have been voic- ed and have met -srith force in place of consideration to Trnether they are reasonable, or othtrTvise. Anything in the shape of a revolution in Great Britain is n far fetched cry. A deputation of electors from nib- stone requested Premier Steivart that a special cabinet position be created for ibelr member Lieatenant Turgeon, The Ribstone electors evidently think their member a plppia. The professional element in Ger- many la deciding to strike as a coun- ter to the strikes that are prevailing in that country evidently teliere jn the homeopafaic principle that like cures Hie. Farmers view the change in the tier ire hare been experiencing with miied feelings. Some consider that the snow has been a good thing and others complain that it will delay spring operations. It is a case of when doctors differ who shall agree. Any excuse is better than, cone ap- pears to have some weight with the man from Commerce who gare as 'a reason ,1 or the liquor, act that the doctor advised him that it was not safe to trast to the aqua pura provided for the people of Commerce. In Retina eleven loaves now sell for a dollar. otUer cities follow suit and progress in the ascending scaSa is made so'far as loaves to the dollar are concerned we may shortly get accustomed to the meaning of a( baker's 4ozen. At present it is one1 "of [nose forgotten phrases. of Judson. Mr, J. T. ovc-' is bring- ____ A new npLShbor is coming in of the American Hod Cross mis- Si0n tn Russia tcMified today before ;he senate couur.it tee Investigating lawless Mr. Ucbbins taid that despite his efforts and those- of K. A. H, Lockhart, British h-gfi (o induce their governments to agree to this proposal n o >v LIS received by March 11, when. Lonme said lie was convinced no help could bcj exjiected and Induced the rill-Hussian soviet to ratify Ihe treaty ing in with him a bier 110 J. 1. en- sine and plows for this work, a gas tractor, and is irolng to seed the two sect toils to iEax and wheat this yoar. do not think he Is making a mistake, ior arc looking for pleu- ty ft moisture this summer. are-' g'ad to' hear of new eettlers coming in because it "will give us a chance for a general store and posi office at JutJson. where it is needed sa badl.v. Mr. Wrn. Hanley made a flyins trip through the Jndsoa district get s.'irnatures for the new irrigatian prp- jex't. He fouad Jndson all In favor of the undertaking, He could noi find many around Judson who vote when they can gsi irrigation. .Mr. A. A. unloaded a car ol feed oats, and two cars of ibay last week, Mr. Pe-lham also had a car ot hay come in. Mr, Louie Davis nas-boitght a Ford car. Tfie mayor of Judstfn Is ceriamly busy these days. We are looking far a daily train very shortly on this line, it thy C.I'.R, Intends to keep up with (He progress of Judeon, 1CKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE Bl.'SY MAN wiH not i ci'tl lacoiua lax cub a proviu- THE.LABOR UNREST IN GREAT 'BRITAIN "The'lnjjijtriaJ unrest in Great Bri- tain pomes less as a surprise than thet realization'of .anxious forebodings as to iafee. "ie was orer., -Many reasons may be ud each one Uiouftr'differirig from Uia otter may fee foand'ib' te niore or teas correct in placing lie cause. So loag as the var Tras on a pana- cea fif Industrial rarest tad lie set- prevention of strikes was n4 say nere the trouble lies. OiBCTal nccenlu- JoosS talk hi1 Ignorance rf Influences of iritnge, or the selling prices In over- markets on hero are main- The workmen ate not liontile to (fee country the iliey havs tden misled liotli lliose In ind hr their so called leaders. The irortmen dimly feel tbat the action tf Uie miners and the ralhvay The orlElnal Spartacus was a Grec- ian shepherd, He did not develop any particular sheeplike quelities, nor do tha German Spsrtacans who have borrowed his name. Spartacus was a as well as a shepherd. The gladiatorial instinct then and Don- appears lo have entirely submerged that which is proverbially associated with the 61 the shepherd. It Is (o flad flit the establishment ol an autonomous Jew- ish state In Palestine under the man- date of Great Britain ia praclfcslly as- sured. The only personage who pos- stbiy will le disappointed in the ar- rangement Trill he the king of Hed- Jaz. But the desires and Mpiratlons of kingly do not count for much these .days. William ol Hohen- zoUera has put the kingly casle Into the discard unless its membero are of truly democratic nulld as in the case of our dim monarch. sim mis Considerable Money Will Be in That District Dur- ing Coming Summer (From CWr Own tit) STIRUNG, Marcb The local IV I F. A. has recently been reorganized for the couiing-ytfAr, Althpiigh Iho membership of thf association quite the mark of previous years, tho officers hope to get The provincial Orange loJgo of opeuoJ Ii5 Cession at Prince Albert. Or, John Xoblo was etecteJ IVesi- iltnl of the Burns Liieniry SocleVy ol Toronto. The Canadian Kcd Cross Society vvijl ask veriuUsiou to cvnlinue its work in peace. To remedy ibo ico storate al and an artificial plant, coaling is to bo Ttie ol Quebec Province were refused legal status by the Legis- lature Public Cotniufttee. Invesdgatiou shows tiiat 75 per cent. o( the students cf IlrrintfuicI CoJ- legiato InstilUto are sons or daugh- ters ol merchants or Alberta IB laWng a census ol ihe blEnil at the rctjuesl of the Torouto in- stitute for the blinrt. Efforts ifill bo i made fo provie Individual care and in- struction for all cases. Branifonl women's organizations ask the llourd of Kduuatioa to rescind the motion abolisluug cadet drill in all Hie soiiools, and fo mafce couipulfwy. TIi irl our G ov erument Enip'.oy- ment Uureaus'havo been opened EfO far, in Canada, anil several more, are to be. established in. the nest two Treeks in Ahe Prwinces. -Mayor William Fitzgerald was elected at Sydney, In ihe civic SELECTION good the fiirmr-rs into the j electfou. .The new aldermen arc ciaiion by starting a guod live enlist- j 1C McKenzie and Sa.viuour Hlucs. uient committto to work. Many of the farmers have already taken ad- vantage the benefits to lie through the V. A. activities -in or- dering their seed oats, gopher pofsoa More Flowing: Wells in That Dis- of the Muni- cipal Elections (Frctn Our Own Corrfspomltnt) ET21KOM. Mar, municipal election ot Flowery Plains municipal- ity Ko. 33, was held on the 27th. It iras very and warmlr con- tested. The .following sleet- ed: "William F. Habbitt, tvrq years; 'Mr, Jackson' two years; Mr. Roberts, ITCO years; Ora Bishop, one year, thu latter to till a vacancy. The ratepayers voted aiijhe bylaws the following results: Division, lost; Debentures, lost; Hail Insurance, carried. Another Flowing Well Thos. Bautch has jUst finished a good flowing ell for Joseph Mad- da ugh at Faith, and is now worldag on one for.T'nos. Ashley at Doondaie. They meet Cor their final prac H. Mackenzie and R. H. Paul, have Uce on Thursday night before going Mayor O'Neill was re-elected in Glace Bay. and spring necessities. .For Better Roads The people of Stirling and district, especially the car owners, will be very giad to learn- that a great deal of roail work is to be done in this vi- cinity the coming year. This infor- mation ccr.nes through a reliable source, and it should gladden the hearts of those who are obliged to travel a groat deal, as tbe roads the: TOQ liealUi committee of the Local previous year were, to say the very Cojmcil of Women in Calgary waited least, far from good. The main-trav- j ou-tho mayor and commissioners this eileii roads "wiil.ljp re-graded, and an week, asking for better administration outfit wIJI.be at-work continually to i of the emergency hospitals should an- A widespread organization of wo- men Uolsheviki has been discovered In Finland. Agents have been found in all parts of the country, and sever- al have been arrested. "An epidemic o! aphthous is causing great haroc among Italian cattle1. The effect of the scourge on the milk and meat supplies has resulted 4n a fur- ther Increase In the cost of living. drag c.nrt smooth and to do other work 1 other epidemic attack the city. where and when it is necessary. Baskettnll News The Jj-'.tind AV 31. M: 1, A: held their regalar conjoint- session on Sun- day night. An excellent program was rendered, and those'who attended .en- joyed the treat. The young people also met Var. Atlantic ami Paciftc coast shippers bare book- will be sent to cd orders in unusual numbers and (a- duties Installed for handling aro stidi that the fish fio'ls Inio the Interior markets of Ontm lo, Virnitobii and. SaBkatcliewan in better conilltlon than a few seasons ugo. The Great War Veterans HQII in St. John, X.H., has passed H resolution to request the Dominion, provincial and city govorriments to disclose all (tositions (tllcil and ail an- poinlments inado since August, 19H. that IbesB positions now bo-declared vacant and be filled by returned sol- di era fiix months alter actual demo- bilization of all overseas troops. The Dominion and provincial comimimlj will be askul to support this resolu- tion. New economic and financial com- missions vrill soon be added to the peace conference organization. The. commissions each -will "comprise JO members for the great powers amt five members ot the minor powers combin- ed. The economic commission Mill lake itp the Eubjt'ct of custom rela- tions, ,tbe disposition ol private con- tracts between citizens of the en- tente countries and (hose of the.cen- tral powers: status of o'ncmy citizens in allied countries and thu cJ commercial treaties made before the war. The vomen'd section ot the 'Sas- katchewan Grain Growers' association have placed themselves on record ns ,-behiK iu favor of fccejiing children in (school uniil they have reached the sixth grade, irrespective of 'the age ot the child. At present the school provides that a child must stay in I school until he is H years old, then lie is released from further aUcmd- jance, no matter -what grade IIR has I reached. They claim that many chil- [drcn are now in lowest grades at 1-1 year's of age. (From Our Own Correspond en .March X.-.m ports. tht 20th lust. Mra. Lclschman infermaiion, )ICT husband wilh a tine] Sir Thomas-While'read a cable- OTTAWA, Mar. Though the son- flte adjourned on Friday lait nntil the divorce commHteeotthe upper house is meeting daily (o con- appltcatfona for divorce, A3 thfete are over S3 down light nnldian govermncnt, the fathered by Jordcn IAV and' hy ilia wile. It we have many more Jaws they are apt to fceep UJQ town constable .busy. G. Ilichardg Is at home again after a visit to Stirling, where her the Clark family, live. On the 21sf a married folks' gather- ing was held In the' 8. church. 'of Ihe colrl weather, (lie old folks, newlywfida and wouhl-hfj'fi were onl, (mil a jolly good time was dad. ONE FLAG PKI.VOB AMiKRT, Hasfc., Mar. At (he, 01 tits J'rorin- mail carrier Is certainly earn-' In? his money here now, as the snow' cial Ixitlgft of Sasfcntchewan this nior-- a resolution was adopted ort Ihe lahguage riueatfon, "that thcv uphold (he principles of one language, of one school and" of one flag." A'o Oirther of torhiy'a srea- pfona afa jjtvea out. lodge decid- ing to draw ni> a atjrtement to' he out for pirtiSlfeallon laicr, i ].i about n tftot ntlll snowing, on the level, and RAT 81 r.o.xDo.v, siar. l cable to ll will be liased on the solution of which notice has heen "I" I Cf ra" la a i SENTENCED TOR THEFT llml Ihe taut Of comhionj will Mar a cornroltttc ol me.i.ljtrs (o liKiuirc In- Dennett was sc-ntcno-d loonsyc-or to existing and 10 rt-porl as as iole, wliat more be pro- and 3C4 daya lor the theft of 1y M out from riort Morrow, of DarmoJy, Magfatrafp In (he pollco court Lcrk fills morning. to Ijy cnpft allow thftlr Jiitllfffir- to Lctome tlon of the air In times of peace. It-was reportei! the organization will he complctc-fl today. Traffic in New Yorli harbor remain- ed virtually lied up at Ihe end of the second