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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1920 Cbe Deralfc Bllxru AN0 WK1KLV UTMMIMt HtHAlD MMNTMM eOMPANV, LIMITCO ctnsus and a redWrlbullon nest HOD. .Mr. M> uot Blow to accept the chance offered lijr the member for an announce- ment." So far as this part of the w'unlry is as part of (he there Is considerable import iu the ulteran.ce ol Mr. Melghea; his state- ment a welcome one ind, in the Justice It augurs (or (he West, no'. >y any means made too 90011. RITtSH WAR EFFORT Writing In the number ot he for the editor, 'Mr. Evelyn Ihe official figures ot British war effort. In doing this be "It is with no kr null, pw kr kr Biail, per jmt to U.S. IM 'at nftrj of ttUf. Bipvi tttm OBintleti fail la tsw SAYS KAJLW.4VS NOT AliWXtfSTOitBGOAT KRKPU1I TORONTO, March "I don't see j why the railways ihould be made Hpn. twir- Two Velenuis of Great War Laid lo With Full Hoaors (From Our Own Correspondent! FEILX1K. March city was today the scene of the- largest full- military funeral which has ever beeu seen here, when William Ashley who was killed at the Canadian Dairy a few days ago, and Dominic Guzzl. who Ulan of the Dominion railway slon, at a sitting litre on Saturday Admint5trator H. A rinx'on tbe war measures demurrage ke lifted on rare oa rtitway truclu o! a strike of in city. ''This botrd' to constantly being Ini- pornmed away money trim .he rsllvyay- companies and no one d. it should made up." said Hon. Mr. Carvell. after stating that people dui not tteem to realixe tbe changed conditions i rUTUM OF l I RATIONAL RAILWAYS UOM who believe in the policy ownership, particularly as to the railways of the Domin ton, the prediction made by Mr. D. B. of tbe Canadian Na- ilocil pRiiUav5, is one not only ?n- in its 'optimistic trend but 'in what such a policy can on right line's In a natch-delivered before the Can- adian :Clnb In Ottawa, on Saturday, he stated-that before long all Cana dian railways owned by the Govern- ment would be on a paying basts and UjeLBttibablliUes were .that iu a few years the returns would in a great measure help ,tp pay Canada's war debt----------- in'making the statement he did, Sir. l llanna took care to add that in regard to the railways which she now owns Canada had tu guard against .anything political interference, making the utWkftctery anzwuncement that .up la tie aretent then- had been no sign of tiiiB1 Interference. To this, and believers in the policy of fOTerztfnenU.l ownership will ejacu- late a ficrent "Amen." the only titng that can with reason be nrgeil the nationalization of rail the open door :t tkoH wtaomre none loo slow In making any avennr thai may present io Indulge In valnslor ing that 1 (Ire theH figures in "Over-1 but in fairness to the memory i of the men who have It la desirable that the correct fif of toe BritHh should placed on record." The- are taken from the re- cent slalwnwt publlihed by Uie Gov- ernment. Tbe following table shows the total of men furnished by each section of the Empire British Canada. Australia Xew Zetland South "Africa..... India ...........MOJ.350 Otter Colontts Much discussion has been centred in the relative strengths of the Britith and American forces ID France during Ihe last six months of the War. In comparing these fibres the British campaign in Palestine must be remem- bered, for in our Eastern Expedition- 'nry Force an average of men' 'were employed during 1918 in :tion to combatants on-the Hal-" Front. The defeat of tho Turks and Ihe capture of prisoners in iPalestine was, of course, effected by the British clone. The total British and American died at Ellis Island. New York, on his eturn 10 Canada from service with Italian army, were laid away In airvlow cemetery. Dominic Gutzl was bom In Canada nd was engaged In the draylug busl- 635 with his brother, Paul, when the allan government appealed for men o fight Ihe Hun. Although Dominic under twenty years of age he left or Italy as soon as he could put his uslness affaire In order. Ho saw onsiderable service In the "trenches nd. when the war over, married n Italian maiden remained for bout a year in Italy. With till wife ud her mother he reached New York ud '.vas landed at Ellis Island. Here baby was born nnd here Dominic led. His brother; Paul, wms notified went to New York but, nnacqyatirted ivlth the big- city, returned without ocating survivors of tbe party. After he had returned lo Keruie. he ommunlcatcd, through X. F. -Brand, .merican Consul in Fernie, with the talian Consul In New' York .and Dominic's wife ami her mother slA'rled fislward with the body. The bodies of both Ashley and Guiz! borne on gun carriages emetery and burled with full mill- arj" honors. A large number of ocal veterans together with, repre- entatives ot several fraternal orderg ind a large concourse of friends ac ompanlert the deceased men to thei: resting place on the hill. troops.in Franee'during 1918, includ- ing but- 'excluding colored labor serricea, WM as, unde'r: British American March jUhl 'l 888 098 April 1st -Sept. 23rd Nov. lllh In this table may be seen (he depletion of the Britrth ranks ilit-i to Ihe German offensive o[ and the the of American to tte Hastening of reinforcements to, the Western FronlN The'captures of prisonersLand Kuna in France during .of: sIve'agafnRt the German army' be flaying the game of pditici tween July 18th and u jt has come to be regarded. This ftront in tbe way Its aeoted, need by tbe reactlon- in' tieir opposition to a policy whici ii in line with true progress, 'that political interference can be kept out of national railways has at rate keen made clear by the jo ot the railways orer T.hjch Mr. Hanna presides. There is BO reison why what can be shall not be what will be. worth noting in whal Mr. had K> in regard lo tbe future .of the National Hallways was was a program outlined for "tddtag to its service in (be way of ronling, with the prospect of up new trade routes. This very much to Ihe much commercial expansion of th? Dotalaion and will, at the same lime, to the'new Industry ol on which it has wnpfctouaiT embarked. -In a reconitruclion policy there can fco BO better one embarked on than the. present railway policy of the It is s policy of new and miKli' responsibility. Public owner ship Its trial, and II remains as follow British Annies'.. French tAnnles1 American Armies Belgian Annies Prisoners Guns llSStl. i "474" The final and revised cuualty fjg urec are as follow: Approximate killed died of wounds, died British Isles Canada Australia..... Xew Zealand South Africa India Other Colonies 5S.-I60 REALESIAIEIS that the railways going, behind.. '1 ntu not holding a brief for the nil- remember." Sir. Carvell. "but if the rivoaey is taken out of tbe coffers of Uie railway companies, someone sciMt. Xo declftioB wms given.lu the matter. B.C.FEIMION oFupun President Kavanagh's Addrc At Coaveation .Urges COB- troJ by Radicals New Kltxtions Hill Is Being In troduetd in Assembly This Week LONDON, March program of the GeniKui iijtionei assembly weeX iJirludes the usw iuiperlal 6lec- bill tiddar. vi'hici tbe system of proportional 'reuredeutailou, tsltii it vote, will ba Introduced. tbe Lomlon Times' Berlin co'rre- "The system." tlie correspondent CORtiavei; Is based ou one vote for each sixty thousand, voters. -An inter- ealtng mew feature is the proposed silt frago for Cienp.ans resident abroad i nr lii U.nds..' The world RICKED UP IN SSING TIE UAN either sloe tanked so 'luga neither could turn out. tossed a coin, fbu lowr backed bis car halt a mile till bo came to a space wide enousu tu let tho other fellow by, A strong movement o! establishment of government ascucius for selling whiskey on', prescriptions :has been started In New. York -as a Public, school teacher? in result ct Ihe profiteering by tord. have received gists. As high as per pint for very jsoir TrfcSskey was charged. 1'. S, Senator of. Inimediale reduction ol in per feul. in consumption ot newsprint paper by all newspapers 8 request to 'tr reduce ttetr sjuce ten baiua. Is Sugur .is uow'sold at five uuuuds i lor in Brfutford. A movement has been started establish a Fire College tor ilie Do- minion at Ottawa. C. Prodonburg of once j Liberal .candidate for, the Federal Par- llameni cbuniy, Is'dead. Carpenters' Union is back- per cent.. during the present omer- xencv, were urged in a resolution to at Xew York by Ihe board ing the retail clerks iu their efforts to secure early closing. Thorndale farmers Itave been asked of rnlk (From Our Osra CorreBponrlenO FEHN1E, March estate is changing hands rapidly in Fernie and t is almost impossible'to rent a com- fortable in thei city. week, Frank Greenwood, who is morlng to Edmonton, sold his pro- perly jn Howland Avenue "to Harry Mlard of Coal Creek. William Jackson of Blairmore disposed of ulsiresldence 10 -Maurice Cox, superintendent, pf-fhe White Spruce Lumber company, while F. H. Williams, manager; of.the-Michel Collieries of the Crow's Nest Pass company, sold'one of his houses here to Mr. will ..have charge- ot the extension' Vork'at (Michel for the same company. The atler genlletnaii will move his family here from the Old Country- at early date. i VICTORIA, B.C., March Canadian the Brilith Columbia Federation of lAbor came into existence to bring together work- ers of this province, and that It should dissolve now function has been performed in the formation o! the One Big was the feature of the addrma of President Karanagh rea'd to the British Columbia Federa- tion of Labor convention today. Mr. Kavanagh is In England. i The One Big. Union, he declared, I was more fitted to function In eTery day for and ccn- 1 dliions. Mr.'A. S. Weils, secretary, could not give accurate information as to the number of .organizations affiliated with the federation, i He alae con- ended that the, usefulness of (he fed- eration was ended and it should be disbanded.' The report'of the executive com- mittee states that it had been impos- sible to proceed with a six-hour day project because'of the ol national action. It complained thai organizers of the federation, in pur suit of their work, had been driven from 'towns in the interior. TURIN, March cold w'gathcr llial prevailed all last week, with the heavy snow, took .most of us by surprise and spoiled the predic- tions of many old who ex- pected an early spring. I spite of the severe weather a large of directors and paper committee of the 'American newspaper publishers association. Kecoiuraendatlon tuat returned men Iu British Columbia refrain from tnklue up land under the federal sol- der teUlerneut act until a number cf alleged defects the.Tresept sys- tem havo been remedied adopt- ed by the eiecutive of the War Veterans association in ttislon at Vancouver. Delays wero tbe principal feature of the complatnli made. ing abroad will be reprteented by as many members usi the ure divisible by sixly thou- aan4 aod the candidates wilh Ihe inosl votee will be elected." Alberta Pedagogues Gather in Calgary April 6-8 in An- nual Meet Canadian' UVrajnee Will For- ward Petition; Pointing Out Maladministration The Russian bear has nothing this as a bear of a winter. crowd attended the first meeting'of the Ladies' Aid which-was held-nt the home of Mrs. S. Turnage. Th OTTAWA, Ukrainian Hed Cross Society of Canada .con- cluded its Iwo days' national conven- tion here on Saturday...Mr. Mlhay, of .Toronto, was the chairman. A commillee consisllng of'Mr. J. Megas, of Saskatoon, and Ihe llever- Rlids P. C. Cralh, Toronto; J. Bodrug, j Monlrenl, and V. Pupchinsky, Oshawa, were appolnled lo draft an appeal to the British government through the The following is a copy of Ihe con- vention call of the Alberta Educa- tional Association convention: Tbe annual confection of the Al Educational Assocfation will be held In the dly of Calgary during fhe week following Easter, April SIJi to Slh. A most cordial Inyitation is ex- tanded'to all who are'Interested in Ihe work ot education to meet In con- vention on the above dates, and par- ticularly' to all who are engaged in the work of teaching. Sir.R. A. iPalconer, president of Uie University of Toronto, has'hoen se- cured to give three addressee at this convention, and these addresses alone should more than repay any teacher for tho expense ot attending. Other well known educationists will aleo D heard during'the1 sessions, 'and the Minister of Education. G. P Scjifth, will address the convention on the opening A number of reports will be pre.seiU ed for consideraUon, dealing with "The Pooling of Railway HuteV' lie vision of the 'nThe Al berta Teachers'. etc.- The annual meeting of the Alliance will be held on Tuesday .evening, to which a! are invited. On Wednesday afternoon the con venliqri will meet in sections, via. Junior 'Public. School, Grades I to, IV Senior; Public School. Grades V to VIII; Secondary Section and Indus trial Section. Addresses will he given followed by a period uf discussion in each section. A musical program will precetl President, Falconer's address on Wed neaday evening. You cannot lo miss this evening The convention will close on Thuis day afternoon. The sessions will b W- g'46 or the Michigan Central Railway in 1. Thomas, has been superannuated. Koger S. Thoinus, has teen appointed superintendent of the ere Slarquetle for Canada. X. O'Shea, St. Thomas, is sit- ng the pity fov Jor iiiJuries by falling from a street car. Pi re totally destroyed tbe farm House, with contents, occupied by A. jarvey, of the Sth Concosjsiou, near Port Salary increases amounting lo about per year will be recohj- munded lo Stratford City Council for civic officials. Several men have been arrested in in connection vrjlh, the tboft ,of barrels of alcohol from the Tonlac 'Co, Miss Norali Florence McVeigli, wiio for the past twelve years has been in cliargo of the aUmp wicket in the Calgary postofflcc, died on. Sunday. Lady Ross, wjdo.w the late Sir George died iu California. She was a sister of Ihe late Paul Peel, famous Canadian painter Joe and Irving Cluck, brothers, and. Wall Street messengers, con- fessed they turned over lo Nicholas ArmsteLit head of bond" robbery', plol, at least atoleii -securities.' Basic reasou for tho high price of shoes lies (in the price of leather, and the manufacturer, with the job- ber.'tanner and packer reaping the- greatest gain, .'a report of the Mas- sachusetts' Stale Commission shows, Two chauffeurs "in Salem, Mass., nieeting at .nfght with the snow on were arrested iu Detective Young on a descripllon e Police' are wanted to answer :i charge ot bank robberr. It is allegea tbat Pol- let who was clerk In the bank, took 13400 from Ihe Dnftery Park, branch of the National Bank, No. I Broadway, and'that he shared it with Bevans. Upon arrest they bad on tlielr persons. Thousands Have Chosen the Mason Risch w ITM downs .of dittercui mxkee "lo choosa from, thdro roust bo a rood reason why this instrument is s6 popular. That reason IB ths quality of ilt- tone. _. famoujs Meson costs Issi.ttmniyoujh for prices- and easy terms, Style liooklet tree. Ilisch lnl-i Ask Canadi'Dii government in regard to the as short as possible, about two nut] camplalnt that during the five months I hours each. Those in charge i. following ofNcers were elected Mrs. Austrian-Polisli .occupalioii of East-1 nf Ihe program ars making every ef- Xwiu lint the brave deserve the fair, j Jotin Sorganl. president: Mrs. E. ern Galicia. through maladralnlstra-j fort lo make this a most successful I.ethbridg'e no "fair" doesn't appear to be very brave. William Joiinlngs Bryan is aga'o in the field na a candidate of presidential honors. .Mr. Uryan is a qundrenniel. Tiie l.'.S. railways arc now In the hnnds of the private oivnera j for tte new policy to prove how more- (he apprehensions and of those who ty injUncf opposed to what !n Iii trwd hu the yirtne of progress I THE ANNOUNCEMENT Of MM. MElbMEN1 'Aj tu aa the Wesl UBomncenmt raido by' Hon. t speaking for the ;_ Qtmumxnt; there ,10 ahtklpallon I Unt there'. will, be an to Ihe connlry until there has been a redls- trihalloa and a cenaus whlcti' would Ihe Wed the lion due to it in the House; will be of oontldcntble Interest. A Parlla- mml, wjltoot the, West it In sufficient.numerical force to give it a unit In matters In which is'YRally concerned would hardly fit In with Ibc scheme oi things at regarded in the Wesl. As n western newspaper, thfc Cal- Herald IE Impressed with the of the announcement of the j Jlinlrter of Iho Inlerlor and refera to i circumstances which led to his utterance tbiu A. Buchanan, Literal-Unionist member for constituency, to bolt at bchesl of Mac- 1 keiile King or Mr. Crerar, though he i wM free lo declare himself a tree iaace, Whot of Ihe Oov- was tbat It should make taomi its Intentions regarding new we'll sec whether all the talk has been hot air. grain loans In Alberta will total by the time tho spring seeding is done. No need to enquire further why the government should help Irrigation. In Southern Alberta. The west will have IS more seals in the House election is held till after tlio Dominion census of 1021. The west needs lliosc IS scats as .1 cfub against tho reactionaries nf the CMl. J9 breaking down in Kawli. The Intolerance of the Hoi- cherlk leaders Is showing Ihe masses thai there are Ihinge quite as bad as Czarism.' If the action of the Allies in deciding lo withdraw from Russia has had the result of giving the people an opportunity of seeing Bolshevism in Ms true light, then the action of the Allies was right. The next year will src n greal chingn In Unless some remedy Is found the mala loacher In OnUrto It doomed to says the Kllchoner Tele graph. It comes to this view from the fact that the average salary for malo teachers In rural schools In In that province was JS03. There Is Imlh In whal the Kitchener paper says thai for men of education nurl special training is certainly not a very attncUve bi" inines, vice-president; Mrs. Norman secretary, and Mrs.- B. B. Spencer, treasurer. Everyone seeni- d enthusiastic ant] the organization will, no clouht, be a power for goori n the community. Uko and Jack Kocnenen went lo Thursday, and returned on Friday night. Coming home lliey wore accompanied by John .lenspii. who has )een visiling his brother, at. .Vunlun he past two monlhs, ,v- l Mrs. I. M. Hanson spoin thp pus; i week wilh-her daughter, Mrs. !Alc> Thorbnrn-of; i Normal] -Nelson and Jas, AljitlhnAvs d an crenlful the first of Ihe week-. Services were held In Ihe Turin sclioolhouae 'Sunday1 with a-good ai- lendance. The Shaw brothers are enjoying a visit from their father Who lives in Hanff. The Turin school is a teacher despite.the strenuons efforts of [he trustees to procure one. M. 'A. Llewellyn spent (he greater of the week In whcrfi he was receiving medical attention, REAR ADMIRAL GRANT bEAD tion. Starvation nnd disease have been convention. rampant anil therefore it is requested As a large attendance Is the British government uss their in- arrangements are being made for the fluencr: with the other powers to get ticcommodatlon of all who attend. Dr. jilaced under ernmeni. Ukrainian gov- A. SI. Scott, Superintendent of Schools Calgary, is in charge of the work of finding accommodation for the dele- gates, and all who have no other ar- rangetoents should wrile lo Mm for j accommodation, as llie'Lofels are like- ly to be filled at this time of the year. i Guides will meet trains on Monday I evening and Tuesday, j A free' parcel check will be provld- ______J_ nd at the church, where parcels and 'l grips may lie left, during the sessions OUN'BUA. March upon an j of tho convention. A rest-room for appeal by, Ar'hur'.I, "Bolfonr. as'presi-1 llie ladies is also being provided. The nf the council of thn lengue (Central Church is most conveniently nations. Hie hourd of governors of (lie slluated in the centre business _ Le.-tjjue of lied (Yc.ss Soclelles in sea- i sion here yeslerday. passed resolu- tions declaring for the exlen.3ion of volnnfary rolitf ivtirk amoris; Ihe stHTv- ng anrl pnpilliillons of ('en-. iral and Eastern provided that Ma.rcK Head Admiral Nrici Grant, who commanded tile ('iin- arder rnrniania. converted Into a Brit- ish auxiliary (rnlser, wheri 'she .engag- ed and sank the German armed mer- chantman Cap Trafalgar off the cast coast of South America, September 14, I9H. died nccordlng'i! the London Times. TAFT POKES FUN AT U, S. FOR DELAYING LEAGUE OF NATIONS William Howard Taft, Ox-preSldenl of Iho L'n- lied Slates, addressed', the American Women's Club oil Saturday night He poked fun nt (he JJnjled Slates for dallying with the question .of whether they would Join Iho League of Nallons .section of Ihe city. Information may he obtained by writing the president of Ihe Aaaocia- lion, Sir. J. G. Taylor, B.A., lUjth Street, Kdniontou, or the F.ecrc- tary-trcasiirer. Mr. Ii. .1. Spiter, IS24 the easenliuls of clothing find lijlh Htrftet Calgary. bi- ijrevlou.sly assured l Full programs will be dfsEribnled a', peoples Mirough govennnent opening of the convention, tlor.. I Lady Drnimnrjriil. of: Canada, spe.Tk- ng In Ik? section, Sfiid lhat Hit future duty of the Hcd Cross IhroiiBiioiit Ihe world would' to sup- H.tAR 1500 MILES BY WIRELESS TELEPHONE SHOE TALK What causes flat foot and broken arches? In many crises with.children It Is caused because the parents forget that tho foot is longer when standing on the feet than when fitting 'and they do not allow for this as irell as growth. This, crowds the foot, weakens iL and causes troubles that the wearer'suffers'from In later life. We know tow lo'fit'children's feet. Bring us. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES WJJ. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING Protection and Profit When money is ir, a Savings Account in Tha Merchants Bank, it is absolutely'safe from loss, as far as you are concerned. All the time it is here, itisearniiigihterest that the bank actually pays you to jet it take care of your money. Don't carry Bums on your peraon or thorn af homs. Protect them against loss, theft and fire by opening asavi jigs account MCHANTS BANK Head OF BRANCH. CANADA 1864, K. J. DINNING, ply the moral equivalent foi1 war; woultl ,1 moral, as >S'cll as A physical educator's professorship. Canada, she wid. was the first coun- try to follow tlip American example of organising a junior Red Cross which had been such a powerful factor in the development ol the Hed Cross In 'America. or not. "If we get lha league going i the opinion, said slock dlvld- Sfr. Taft said, "II will hfijendfl were no more than "a book ad- greatest stop toward peace which Jiistmcnl" Imd do not change Ihe na- has evnr been taken In the history of'luro. rliarftclcr. mutual relullons or the world." fciiore.sts of a corporator MOW YORK, March S.-Newconib Corlelon. jnosldent of the Weslfiin Union Telegraph Company, re-[ turned from .England yesterday en was afforded an opportunity j al sea to hear a voice over the wireless' telephone from a (JIfitftnce of 1500 j miles. There was RtflUc Interference and the word a could not lie distin- guished. NEW FERTILIZER CO. VICTORIA. B.C.. March S.-