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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FO1JR iji I "THE i.F.TimuinGK DAILY HERALD SATl'HIUY, M.W.I 1 8, ri-h l. SoMuTs not iu the corps e-DjiuiUic.-, railway and lores- try tropics ,v.ul others where axuilaljle :uo lUo prlnelplo of F! tlio lonscsl. servu'O first, married men Ih.uins tho preraeiu-e, j "A court, of inquiry has been jvt'iied to uiako H iboroush iuvcsltga- __ lion into all in connec- __tion with iho di-iurbances, 6t Khlch O.B., C.M.G., S.O., is tli DAILY AND WEEKLY and LETH8R1DGE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY. LIMITED 6th Street South, W. A, Buchanan and Maimins Director WATERTON LAKES AND LE reach 1.0: ex- V..-s .1: Rhyl. Wales LOXI-ON. iv TELEPHONES Office Editorial Orfice n TlusnJny a: ilie K Effort of to Make Ibe Date Dec. 1 Tails Lubor Buveiui Uill Up Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Sutscriplion Rates: -tcHtered.'per Drilly. delivered' per year Dftllr. br mall. ......53.00 Weekly, by mail, per year WMklj, by mslJ year to U-S.J2.00 of ol subscriptions piir-'iaily on address lahel Accept- of papers after expiration dais authority to continae tha sub- Bcriptlon. THE QUESTION OF DIVORCE PROCEDURE Wlti orer siity applk-ations for dlTOfce belorp the wnale and The end expense auachfd lo Uie sam-3 (fco resolution of which notice lias been "given by Mr. Nicfcla, the mem- ber lor Kiasstoa, to before the House at Ottawa ia regard, to ths un- reasonable cost of .secniW a divorce and Ao spixxatmont ot a com- JO enquire anil report on ths axiallng procedure is tinjely. EiihET divorce is-rijbt or ft It TVTOCS. If tbe'latter it shoulfl ta- mada Hlegai. But so long ts divorce' is it should not in th3 present procedure be made tie rici man's privilege and made uc attain able by the man. is a bad principle in a de-mocratic country and ia a democratic age. Vftmra wealth earns the Jacilrtr for deettoviag the marriage Ua, aod pov- erty has It denies la a discrimination which is untastefuL An Ii crPatcd which should not 'be alloved -aa much argument over time, particularly aJter goUters fcad'wheUier the man who needs the fdl been documeniizfrd anrj medically vonh of seed -should Oiereby boarded, has been very trying to the have his seed grain maximum cut to drafts and this is 13 considered led chiL-tly to the disturbance. Immediately upon tho matter bc- rejiarttd to the vi'.ief of the gen- eral stjif, Liyut--Gen. Bir Ittchnrd Turner, V. K.C.B., he went to Kin- not so tad but the pressure trea to attract tourists may be glean- was not normal and of the strength j ed from tha Uct that at the San Which those who were using gas would eiMbttJon in 1914 seventy-five Lave lilted to have had it under below zero. spell. Now from Calgary j comes tfcd disconcerting pronounoa- nrfot from J.'W.'HiD, a prominent entist and lecturer in actenftfic sub- jects, that the full price, tor what gai was available 'during the cold snap paid by tbe people. of Calgary was worth one-fifth as much as at normftl times according to tests made. ID his statement Mr. Hill states that during all the period of loir pressure the-meler na mwily CD, registering the lKr of cnWc fest passed, and, he the gas bills basefl on In tbU pre- lumptfon Mr. HU1 IE no donbi rtsht. It is like tdtling Irniilt to injury to be asked Co pay ior hot air at the same price and at thVaams rale -aa gas. Figuratively hot sir may W.M to be of tie fac; rahi-a, per ceiit. or'tha traffic In Am- erica was diverted to the- Rockies, This fact was sensed at a congress held in (he House of Ilep- at by tho Superintendent.of the American Ni- Parks, lha President of- the Crest X-JTlhera "Railway, and Ofr. of the'American Civic League. In the matter making the very ofit of the provin- cial and federal aid should be urged for." As a campaign oi development there can Ti5 none better for Loth- bridge and thq Foulh country. but In tho real articiea t Is a con- appreciate hU ex pi at ion B and then are not likely lo be any dis- turbances. Strikes Gauss Delay "There are at KJr-ni'd Catap approi- tma'tely trocT'S, all eays that hot air dees not pay? Ask. the Gas company, difference in the velue3. Ari- cordlng to tho opinion ol lha eclentlFt ive Jn Lgtobridge who hate fceen burn- ing gas, with ths lonr pressure that has been, have consumed a cer- tain proportion of air (or which in dye courafl wo shall called upon to pay. 'All of which to the necessity of ti-jre being something In the way of goronimtfotal control ami and supervision ovtr tfte gas company F.d that what Is taking the pltee or a j public utility shO'lldbft treated in the interests of tbe gereral public, It there is contributory nftgHgerjce on ths. part .ot Iho, company company and not the public should b1? made to pay. pressure as is quel to a cold snap has Veen a rncur- ring occurrence In ttK; rute than tho exception in the history o: ths gas supply. It in time that Brovision was mado for prevention the oiucatton that us have (he sense more the young. Tho means motion picture Is mcl Cnmp and that the section finally was stood over for re-casting. During the in reply to a question by Andrew Gilmour La combe, lion, Duncan Marehall, min- "sler of agriculture, said that the Imperial Munttlous Board complet- ed the 27 boats at Victoria, H.C., from laying of the keels to (he ftosl trlsls iu tivc-nty months, a record never equalled on the continent. Saskatchowan farmers are floating company to carry their own! iusuranco including hail, fire, trans.- iwrtation, liehtnlug, llvestocll. acct- Uent tind tornado. Brantford Social Service League is now caring for sixty-three children of twenty-one fanilines, whose fathers were carried off in the recent influen- za epidemic. IJert chief electrician, and Samuel Smith, chief timekec-per, at the munitions plant at Nobel, died fjoui drinking alcohol treated with acetone. Only four men in Germany hare the confidence of the allied pcu-ers, the Berne Zettung declares. The men are Professor Peerster, Dr. Muehlon, Dr. Grelling and Dr. Schlleben. Four of a gang of 16 arrested by the poltce at Winnipeg as robbera of _._ ViUl IMU. Design and distinction ia Pitoei'b sot, to-day, a matter of selection. To bring harmony, delight, and satisfaction into your borne, it utonttij to jrour in aa of exccikace, exprrieau. Fortkct ream, Man> A Rbei Canada'i Grealcit llacical aMortmcBt, ita reliable cervica, ha unifona courtwy and accommodation, invfaa your iotpectioo to look, M praCt, aod to buy. Cocne to-motrow H yon tny other -W opUia our "FACTORY TO HOME" pU. yoo tbe pratk. welcome Balmoral Block. Fifth Street S.. Lethbridge TWENTY BRANCH BTORCS I Dr. Harrr J. Baby Bollinger fame. Chicago, declined to operate tn tha case ot a detective Infant, believing It betler that the UUlo lite should be allowed to go out in onler that the -world may not he burdened later ivilh a UetecUvc adult. No oliiection will be made by the U. S. bureau of mftrXets to bonafide sales or purchases under old- WO worth of liquor and other thtajs style me0loaj for purpose ol It- irom oO stores and houses in the past I QuidlUitlg actually oitsllng or short intervals, such liqui- dation is accomplished not later than five months admitted Ihoir guilt in court. Twelve others were re-manded without plea. Granby Consolidated Mine and Smeller employees in B. C.t numbering approximately after deliberatlag j for six days over tho proposed reduc- Pleas for an effective league ot na- tion in wages, the return to the lions, marked the opening ot tho tn- sliding scale which prevailed for many ternational conference of league of na- transactions must be new style con- tracts, provided in the lau- approv- ed March 4. years prior to 1917, have decided to reject the offer of the company. The vote of the miners showed a majority of 19 against tha proposals. tlon societies at Berne Friday. .Mrs. Phillip Snowdon. a delegate from Great Britain delivered an address, tin which'she emphasized the neces- the men iu minion' government renders a service 15 ulilerrat placc-s. They seemed to in the buying of seed grain through its seed grain commissioners. The fedenil government cleans the see-l grain at the lihnt in Calgary and sells ft to the province at Quite a tew municipalities, however, buy the grain on their own account fflhwfth have there as federil government hears the cost of the last stop hsforc- hoanling foi eerviccs of its commissioners who Canada, Had the number of men huy the the of cleaning it, been able to embark ir: February ac j freight bar.fting charges on hand- cording to the prosram it was! Hr.s.it tiein? ciLPrgcS to the province. cocfi-lently cxpsctert wculd be carried The imvir.co pays cash In that It the trouble would no; have ocim I backs the WAS inunicipalities who red. but the shipnln; Eltur.ticm, owing horro- mor.ry at the banks for the lo the strikes and for other reasons purchase of th" grain, the Is to ho an cx'.rcrnoiy (iif-jtles paying forcnt matter to control. However, itj .lames Weir Nanlon, is honed by the Cr.r.iJian suihorities rn-ccipltateil a lieated arEument over that there will not oe a recurrence of i a stction which makes the promisory the delays which have taken place. notes taken by the province for seed 'It is not intended in tlie slightest j grain payable on Xovemher degree to Ihi fonduct o! thoii. Mr. Weir otfcred an amendment coiinld We all oft th.t i v tho that Is as hanfo-! who tool: in th? fixing OH; Many of the (jTTftHtro liavc already been placed under arrest, v.'hn. with o'.hers involved, will be rigorously dealt -with. "Hnrins the disturhance thpre was i for somu reason bcyontl a certain amount ol dimiasie rlonn and I power; such as a crop failure, could j It was civilians weri ron-inol. lip to present time, 12 of i was to M, December I, which George Hoaillcy, op- posltioa'lcadrr. .llr, Marshall insisted tho goverrincnl bad no iptenUon of pressing (amors who fcaftcil to ANGLICAN St. Cyprtan-s Church Cor. tttn Street >nd !th Rev. Cjnon W. V. McMlllen, 8 A. Rector llsralng Prayw, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Holy Communion 1st, 3rd and Slh Sundays, 8 a.m., 2nd and 4tn at 11 o'clock service, Sunday School, 3.00 p.m. ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and 8th Street South Rev. Canon J. E. MurrelLWrlght, M.A', Rector. The services tomorrow be taken by the ncctor... A course of sermons is being preach. ci on Sunday mornings on "The Dible in the Light of Modern Know Jerige." The old view ot what Ihc Bible Is can no longer he held teilectiialiy by the new mind. THE PENTECOSTAL OF GOD ASSEMBLY tii? government wanted I ln mine control over per- Evan! rartlcniariy tho of Trale finrl Com- merce In Uio publicity propaganfla for n andjnong wrho onileavor lo escape their obligations as noon ae tho crop was Nlr. Weir and Mr. Hoadley argued 'that the Kovurmr.cnt had the power [duty. There 2! wtmnrlcd, "f i Ihrough Us authority lo take not only a morlEage i and a. chattel njort- ?r to Ihe civil anlhontie.i. Five Arc Killed "During the disinrhaiiie Tern re rioters anc1. tivo men on pit-hoi Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Wednesday and Friday, S p.m. riom two v.-ore cinccrs. Thorc Canada may well Introdpiceil Into foundation tor the rcporUhat'a Major, i afjcci our schools. It is a simple and way of imparting anl in- formation In an entertft'nin? and Inter- esting form. The from tho sparse z !B that ir.et to tear p.id to s-s ctnre ar.d 1ho lusyni'icent rr; ar.rl Iwl.iztrlal vieivs i--: 'if, that If you don't ivf.r.t io the tit': is a V. C. been r injured. "The Irdops at Kinmel onccntrate-l in winzs I ins on olhnr security llian Ihe military 'Ustri'Ls In Canatlii lo] ianrl, but there v.-aa not much use In Killer! Premier asserted that it Caniri aroiv.-as all very wM! to thlrk about fall- r, lo i ;-i r; r 'iov.rc aujh'. n-rppins l masnirterii r-v'iiii 1 n wliirli they witl prnr.'frl. Thdy arc; TiOl In Ih'.'ir tDCsc (Omppsile forniat.oiis cunsUting to irany different 'initfv foiling out doTic in to llifl Mttmrfl'r in Canada l'> rivoi'l tlelay rue Icien to stftml Dominion. There IISH hnen some! reporltd on the bill. drav.n frmn urnlcr thsj Anilrlpaltr.i; favorable vote by MPiisry Servli-e act Ketlirij priority atll'j mnUil unions on (he proposition c; j Ihe tovcTnrncnt taking an execution on anything else on tbe farm in Ifeu ni ih--; grain. H would be most on Hie part of any gcivornm'.'nl. 'Jin; members in com- m-ittoe of whole tllowed dale N'fivfjrr.bo.r j, and The v.'cre In cnriK at the HRKJ nf the ;ir- of whether or not ihey shall return to work, shipyard owners In Seattle begin active U radons for reopen ;ue return-id (o InK both flncl and wooden yards next y iinl'-. In Ihr- thnt j wnk. More men here tiu: Hr-t 'o r.-inrn a'.h.ivc btcn v.'cre ernliarked lalnce .Jan. 2 n strikn for higher pay Cor. 2nd Ave. and 5th St S. Hall Hlginbotham Block igelist Chae. SI m monette, Pastor METHODIST Wetler Church Rev, E. B. RetIdenw 120 11tb St. S. Phenet: Ptrmtfi 404, Church Study 408 Claude L.A.B., Mus. Director ANNIVERSARY SERVICES a.m.: Union prayer services, load- er Mr. J. Peters. 11 a.m.: JIomlnK Worship. Subject, 'The Jdtal Church." 12.10: Bible School and bible Classes. 3 p.m.: Christian Men's League in liie Baptist Church. 130: Evi-nlng Service. Subject: "Wo man's part in Mrs. Nellie McClung, of one ot Canada's most noted women, will speali holh morolns and evening. On Monday nighl Mrs. McClung will lecture on "Three Times and W.pery returned soldier hear this lecture.. Special music at all these servtcesj-: THE UNTTKD CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE slty oi completing tha work of .tto peace conference at Parta. A four year oM lull for the cootrot of tne stock ot B. U. Dupont company, powder makne. involrinj Is ended. Judge Buffington in the United States circuit court ot appeals at' Philadelphia, handed doira a leng- thy decision sustaining the opinion ot former Judge Thomson in the case. The decision Is a victory for Pierro S. Dupont and members ot the powder making faction ot his family. Claiming J20.000 damages on the May 1, 191S, after which dale all'sround ttiat Mrs. Louisa Telling had bcen taken to the Home of the Good Shepherd and kept there for twenty- Ihree months without legal warrant, a writ Issued at Hall. Toronto, against the Slfitera of Our 1-idy of Charity and Refuge o[ Toron- to by Charles Telling and Louisa Tell- ing. A claim Is also.made for .JMO for money earned by services by' Louisa Telling while In lha insti- tution. PRESBYTERIAN Knai Church Corner 4th Ave. ind 3th Street S. Hev. Capt A. M. Denoon, pastor. E. F. Layton, ordanist and cliolr leader 10.00 a.m.: All departments of :ho Sabbath School. 11.00 a.m.: Beginners and KinucrgarU en departments. It a.m.: Morning Services. 12.30: Big Sisters' class. t 2.00 p.m.: Dig llrothers' class, 4.00 n.iii.: Chinese class. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Services. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCICNCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Knit lundiy 11 Subject: "Man." Snntlay Scliool conTenes at.Uie closs o[ tho Sunday morning sertlce. Lovee You, Hcaner, comn and 1271 5th'Ave, N. hear ahout Him. A Hearty Welcome to All. Rev. E, J. Hodglnt, B.A., Fitter PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION 205 13th Street North Rev. C. M. Neve, Pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening Subject: "Saul's Union Sunrise Prayer Service. 9am Wesley Hall. Men's League, 3'p.m., l church. SALVATION ARMY Adj. and Hamilton, officer! In charge. Sunday, 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, Z p.m. Mcnrtay, Thursday, Saturday, S p.m. Tuesday, tj.m., Corp Cadets. Wednesday, t p.m., Home 8 p.m.: Wfs Sa'vlne Scouts end (Juordi The Hand In atlendaticM, Phone 1659 Choir Leader, JIfa. F. JacVson. 10 a.m.: Morning class in the church 10 a.m.: Hoys' Dent, ot the. Sunday School In the 11 "Paw It 2 o'clock: Tjeglnnern'and Primary De- nartmcDlR of Hie Sunday School in the hall. 2 oclocR: Girls' Depl. of Uic Sunday School In tho church. 3.15: Adull Kept, or (he S. H. In (ho church., Bone Service. Campaign lrymn Itooka. Topic: "Did Go4 Hirrfen Ph.irsVi Heart." Tlie Honor Roll Ibo morning service CHRISTIAN SCIENCE I. 0. O. f. HALL Sunday service at 11 a.m. fiunilay School assembles at Ihc cloat ol service. NORTH t-ETHBRIDOf OOSPtt, HALL (Late Hh Ale. N. Baptist Church) John 707 St. N, .Sunday School 2-3 p.m. livening Service, 7.30 p.m. Subject: "Three Clanet on Marj Hill1 17. Everybody Welcome I PB., Che reading ;roon ti ovm dill? inn legal boldtyi. rrom t to i pm Hen, ted nth or. fr.ed Christian .Science HterBrnre mtj be rvad, borroired or pvrcbMed. ThD public n corOnltr Inrlted to at- tend churcb lerrltM, aim to the raadtnv room. BAPTIST Href Baptist 9th' Ave. and 3rd S, Rev F. .W. DjfOf, Ptitor Mr. W..H. Wortirun, Choir Leader. At 11 Subjecl, f'The Re-cill of Love." Sunday School and Dlble Class 12.15. A( 7.30: Is lir1 Song Kcrvlce at 7.16. We will expect You. Chnrtb Car. M Avt. and 8th St. S. Oliver L. CurtH, 412 Seventh Stceet Saulh Phone. 6tj Bible School at Each otio counts one.. Come. Preaching Subjeci: "Goipel verauf Pnilosophy." t.46 In the evening: C'hrisllan Bn- denvor at which (here ivlll IIR a fimck funernl of Join? finrloycorn. Kvcnlhg Kijbjcci: "The Second Step Into the In ;