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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THR HKRALD MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1919 JHtitaTTHMIOGe HfRALD PRINT- COMPANY, LIMITED ttti Strict VV. A. Maiajins Director eai'-Torraflce Business use I Ofoict' 'ej.railiy-air-year 'fcaaf lT; bv mill jeaf to Dates of eipiry ot subscriptions ap- fjnf' tally on address Ubtl Accept- ot papers after expiration date li authority lo continue lb.9 sub- scription. B. C. GETS A GOOD MAN British Columbia gets a good man as Deputy Minister of Agriculture in Dr. David Warnocfc. er-M.P.. and M.P.P. (or Pincher Creek. During the war Dr. Warnock's exceptional knowledge as a veterinarian was at MMLPEDi-W :ofjrtlie people.on this too. Very estimable citizens be-' fu, with a greater per- centage- light vviaes is a retofjy for evjls tjijt tave Curing prohibition. Public opinion throughout the, .country could be pathered through'the comiuf pleb- iscite. if the Order in luter-provlucial traffic, in liquors is defeated on a referendum! il does not wipe' out prohibition where it exists in lha provinces.-. It would Merely I MAUHATII. March concert 'uMl Society held n vueellu; Monday, bring us back to where we were when Thursday evening liy f March 3rd. the WinmfrM. school people for the benefit vi Ibe Keul teachers expressing their tiiuughts on ian A work. Miss A. M MacdonaU Slagralh Has Fine Gtmd M. M, Visits Holds Institute Property of Miss Stevens Our Own t WISSIFBED, Mar. S. -The Agrlcul- Cross was B grand this province. There is no danger o! .ami a'j prohibition being repealed as a pro- 1 performers. A i-lwrus Ity :'4 school greeted on noxious N. K. French spoke on experimental -exrterl- viriclll lew. Tha -.plebiscite will mere- Sirls, ttnJer the direction of 1'rlncipat ences. Miss ly afecertiin the'wish of the people opened with on the Federal. Order in Council. It ri I boys the people ratify the order then Can- ada will be bone dry, except for the bootEegger irafffc. T1 suggest the reference to the people of the beer and wine proposi- tkra, because there is only one thing to satisfy those wto demand this priv- ilege and that is to get the decision ot the people throughout the country. H the men and women of the country vote against it they rr.UEt bow to the verdict of the majority. s. Miss X. .M. VolHiW .woke on ivating in different countries. Miss ion of Fairlight. schwl spoke ot and girls having UcrlL alike. Her uiussen was simply fine. Hoth little performers ,took on the airs of grown- ups and not in the -least-iu'ratii. Their sons. 'The lied Oress'Maid and as were also the by little rMtth Hindiey, only four years old. She marched out on lite rt and sans as though phe were a prima donna. Sne brought down the nouse .irjl came j back encores. TLu. lusts 1. C. Freeman spoke on fertilizing at the proper L. n. Lossy made many ralaabte suggestions how to be- come advanced In grc-viiiR all kinds Soldier was among the best, Of trees, sirawlerrlea acil raspberries. The Agricullural Society are girlag a dance Monday. March 17th. Every- body come and have a good time. Ladies please bring Juiicii. A PROBABLE RAILWAY ARRANGEMENT With nationalization i-Ail- Trays a possibility there 7s cot much likelihood of the Government Itailnay system constructing lines lo parallel eiisliag roads. At present the view of those responsible for the Government tie service of. the British Govern- raeEt. British Columbia will find I ls lo "ncentrata BBS- Deputy MlnUtcr cell equipped he at present, might in erery respect He ivill give his position that attention and service that will mate tbe department help- Jul to the people who are enraged In developing agriculture in rscKIC'province. In the live stock in- dustry especially. Dr. Warnock can be particnlariy helpful because there are fetf" better authorities in the West. WRONG ON THE WAR; HE HJ PURSUED Tllf public maa vbo pusiyfooted, ajdesUpped or back-pedalled on war iiaBM, latriottc spirit buoyed up ihe other wo boys in traimus and Uie Tenjaio- der ot the family. The fact ihat Lieut. Swift was taking a real part, with no mKating, having been "over .there1' and returned wounded, also Clyde Spencer and Merril Xeilsen, who as cadets Iu the F. and' bave been in training, made..! the more real. The decoratione ot Union Jacks and tte colors of the men in uniform added greaUy to ihe Bennion, as the mother of (lie Hoys, carried throughout the noble spirit" of Lhe "mother oiE a soldier never Mrs. Bennett sustained her difficult part well. have all seen just such and are a dose at medlcloe in gas being hy the military In their attack on the ttrikwx.'ThW'fs. poetic JiH- ttce- with a The ctiet of police folly intends lhal'tho'-ixnlne population at least in should cot forget "Der are ready and dof owners are advised that every dog In hbndie "must have iU or ja other ffs "tag." OQr sympathies are with the rising generation in the studying ol the', hew frapty and history through'. tKe ot the world after the war. What with Juso-Slavi, Czecho- Sloviis, Banal, anJ other per- it education will he fdfi otHnornsl'Prospective teachers will be faced with similar difficulties, fn perspective Normal schools will te he: known as Abnormal schools. In t Mil before the legislative cham- ber in Quebec there Is the following provision. All employers employ tiie The ,Srch M enticed, PA ICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR THE BUSY MAN ays looking on' the dari side. Miss Watson and iliss Woolley, as :hc daughters, were well fitted lor .heir also were the remaining characters, Oscar as :tb6 Boc- or; Kyle Bahbock. Sadie clnrit, as the maid. -The'lied 3ross very much appreciate the ef- forts ot those who and a great deal of credit is due those who managed the concert, the members of :he Bed Cross entertainment commit- tee, as follows: Ernest Bennion, J. A. Mercer, J. O. Bridge 'and Mrs Alston. Corp. M.M., Back.. Corp. Ferguson has been in town (he past week renewing oM acquaint, inces afttr being In the service o! 3is country for some t they sell. No undue 16 buy, no questionable inttruonti, to long as to teih no die. truth M to durability and cotutnictxp. Good and good todc arc tU> mAod. We are Balmoral Block, fifth Street S., Uthb'ridgc (From Our o- FERNIE, March concert was given in the auditorium of United church here, last Friday night wtlcn be one of Uie musical evente of the Beaton. Tie entertainment was under the ansplcti (X the Ladies' Aid of the ttiurci, the conetrt betas given by Uie best talent of the town. The church was filled, even to. the aid the ladles realized over 1160.' Pastor and Mitt Bell vaa the .Mix Harper, Mrs. MMlitlnt. Mr. tntl Wat- son, Mrs. SnrMafcT, Mils 'Hogafi, -Miss Liphanlt aad -Mr. Alexander and Mr. Blens made a Met ovho reaiJered in orjin aolo. with such eicellent .effect that be had to return in tb' aa Injlstenl it- lo Reformatory on each charge. j A resolnlJoa by Senator tew York, Republican, directing Ibe Senate Agricultural Committee to In- vestigate charges that unwholesome food 'vas shipped lo Belgium by the Belgian relief commission, was adopt- ed by the- Senate at Washington, with- out objection or debate. Property valued more than Is to bo disposed ot at one of the greatest auctions of war tna- terial yet held by the U. S. govern- ment Very KKXI, in the' Ford 'automo- bile plant In Ixing island City. In- cluded In the property are half a million partly.completed masks. At Ottawa Dr. Sllchael Steele has given notice of a resolution calling for the appointment ol a special com nilttea to inquire Into and report wherein the civil service' staffs in-the various departments can be re- duced and re-arranged with 2 view to securing the greatest efficiency in the service with the minimum number o'f employes. Tlie Manitoba department of educa- tion' will give to returned soldiers .who wish to iraln for teachers free tuition at the Normal scnool and will supply them with the necessary latl popular with the Whitla nnd Wind-! books. The will lend the Ired: younger set and her toss will be...... MILKJIIVER (From Our Own Correspondent) iMIUC RIVHR, First cess, it wai'jiven in charge of Mrs. Hunk, aaiisted by MeedaroM Qulno. O'Connell, .Orinitha, Jochenu, and Smith aari glrli. Mra. Hunk leaves for Calgary on Monday u a for the Milk River Institute.' Mn. 8. I. dMrlct organizer. Mrs. Jessie Graham leaves Monday on a'buslnean irip to Calgary. Mrs. Hunt, wh'p haa eerloirely ill for Ihe pan Is much improv- wn Corraer- ing boys and girls as messengers ma> not employ a boy or girl under the full sge- ol sluteen years until boys or girls can read and write. This the sad confession that the schoolmaster is not abroad as he might be in the province ot Quebec. (Krom Our Own Corraer-omUhU CAHDSTOSfr March S.-i-Todajr ther is the big-welcome 'to the provincial president of the United Farmers of Alberta, 'Mr.' W. li. Wood, ft wHLte the big rlay of the year for Ihe'cojll- valors of the soil. Raley Schopl'a .Dramatic, performance All the Cardston people, and ol the people in the oullymg.diiitricts know of the talent posseted 'by )he deeply felt by her many, friends. She leaves to, mourn her her father, .1. :M. John, two aunts and.uncles, Mr. Mrs. Frank Baker. Wlpnjfred, Mr.-aM'Mrs. A. M. Nicholson. Whltla. J. Stevens, Whltla, and Allen J. Stevens, of Be- Among those who cojttrl bitted flowers were the Hebek- ahs ot which she was a member, I. O. P., Mr. and Mrs. i. Sherlock. Mr. arK Mrs. P, Mr. and Mra. Frank Baker. .1. M. Stevens. 'Howard -.Chandler Chriaty, famous artllt, has a rieitllon divorce from Maybelle Th'ompson Christy, his wife and former modal Zanesviilo. Ohio. The artist charges gross neglect of duty, wilful absence The Indication that a certain arao'int here and are alw ot ,e 3 gond people of Haley as they embatrasslng him hy her mode of oilen participated in our social-ga'tU-r ere and are always ready to forced In Ihe cities at least is In clrciiTMtances not surKlslng. It is evi- dently lime tliat (he thin end ol Ihe educational wedge should be inscrteil On Halur-lay, Marelr35tft, TMUy scliooi Is o play entlllcd ''The 3ax'on nnd the X6rman" por- Iraylng something of life 14th The leacber. Mr. Blrkell. Is a returned soldier and he has taken great pains lo gel Ihif play shape. There will fllsri be miisift between the acts LIH all know who have heard 'artists jifirfoffti. The proceeds will be given to tne Ued Cross so everybndy who ran poet- ed, being able to tni tor irhlle- each day. Mr. and Mrs. Geo_. Sttwart have re- turned to town iRtrnwntiag tho winter ia Cslsary. Mr. and orirtMrrWgo, are vhiting parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. A. for a few days. were BtM in-Ust Catholic church on. Sriodaj (ry Wd-aull. Tonimr" Hunt hM renrrwd from overseas after servttf for years in Srance He with him a wife and baby from Bnilind. Them a large to freet btn Iho statlctn upon Mi A mais meetfnff ana In tlto Separate school hall at Wmonton, at which the provincial Uqnor act and Hi operation were itrongly denounced by a number of speikeij. AHhoiiKb Ihe-atrthoHiies ire doing ererylhlng pcwalbie1 io hasS up the Increasing epidemic of in Holl.nd, (he is rapidly over Ihe.wjiole j'ot fevei mi js OJUBEWWS Don't ta( rou mtm Sonr. jou out of ihivery, y, don't ifait til( yon ire laid tip in bed before vroi tate lo remedy these tnlarf. feelinca are wmet'.iing to clear, oot coo! blood, There k nothing 'ao quick and reliable u C. I. which tlands for Cascara fhricine TabMlT. DontaiMi fc. O, cores a cold la few boon takte th headache iiJtM TM Mat fit. Get a box o( DMiiiiioli' C.'S. Q. (t eai'hudf Ten never know wbea .11 dmggi.U. i. th% M ft. At Made re liable Srm TW KMiraaal' Dnt soMler during the peilod of his train- Ing J60 per monlli. up lo hut not ex ceeding tJCKl. Woii'g Foo Toy, president-of the Chinesa National League, announced that Winnipeg will havt a school for (he teaching of Chlnew students In a monih, endowed hr the president of China personally. The local school will be the direction of Ihe Winni- peg Chinese Byie.rolent association, and will teach a combination of ern Ideals and with Chinese. An Instructor from china, probably .will be lent Winnipeg lo Uke charge. Interesting changes have (aken place, within the past few days In Calgary newspaper circles. John Cairns, who has been managing edi- lor of the Calgary gone ll.e Vancouver Province. A. Bayden, who since Ihe suspension of Ife C.iljJry Canadian, man editor nf'Tlie Allicrlati, liai ttkin Mr. I'tiryf' place on the Herald, white Mr, fhSst on Trie; At bertan Is being JI1M by C. 0, Oroff, wlio has been fo? four years newn IMy sot down lo Haley he editor of Ihe 1-ethhrldge Herald, it worth who waa tortotrly in fWANCR DKFASTM1MT. DOMINION INCOME WAR TAX ACT TO WHOM APPLICABLE. who in IB Tifit- or teada