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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta .LF.TimniDC.E.JUtlX'. HERALD H.VSUAY, MAKCli 11, aid THI LETHSRIOOE HERALD PBINT INC COMPANY. LIMITED l Ssuth, L.thbridj. W. A. Buchanan ratltvit and Mansiinj Director Torranee Business Manager f cki hill lITnrjj I UJIIllj Jill UflQWTJH itary service, it loos trary to that followed States, vvhero the so-called foreign problem is much inAVe menacing .ja ti.iLiu., WIIM---.- face a charge of embezzlement. He Ies are, elected retains his. navy rating, aiisW by Dates ot eipiry ot subscription! ap- on address abel. Accept- >rs afttr eiplratlon date w y to continue the iu> PERMANEricY'oF SHIPBUILDING Fears have been eipressed as to the permanence of the shipbuilding in- dustry in Canada. .Many IcoS upon it i war time venture that will cot tiirrire, largely because it is held that the price ol Canadian labor !s too htth-to compete with the labor o{ Great Britain. This view i! not tup- ported in the recent decision of one ot the largest firm ot on the Clyde, Yarrow and Co., io trans- fer fiefr operations Vancouver and-the reason that prompts, them U> YnaVethe. change continued in- dustrial troubles'on .the Clyde.- Should BUfce a'success their WaifW' on' the Pacif Id Coast.' the 'raa'nincy of the 'shipbuilding 'try in Canada would be assured. It jwould be the salvation industrially ot "the Canadian Pacific Coast and the 'sliriUmfl and wouW mean to th.S prairie tl numbers of ley ot- 7 r the r'e'cpte Insleifof.BTpoialM by 111 into [he house .Hon. A. u Mai-Kay. minlMM of municipalities iind health. Tliis important cliang iiuu lutiv Wils brought about thrCrUgh strong oo mev jaucu. which can be construed as Irrisular. t Ionlon5 registered to ihe appofnlmen had shirxed or had they by D, a D. JOpp., their ciliifdshlp. As it was we not trust them at all; we put the ban juii vi mot, ti'SJ" KiTer; naiior-., and '.he country under of-1 ciarwholm. and Wm ncial passporu. His hcpv? oriEinally iGovU, North Calgar> was in Chicago, but for two years j tnl was unjer ,liscusslo he was with the t'nited f.rain Growers ,TCck> i them without givins them the op- portunity of Hvine tip to their citi- zenship obligations. are inspired to maie these ob- servations because ot the impression he lived in netlaw. His tho buying ot whoit trom.thc farmers; and Isiuiiif cash slips -in exchajtpfij He Blso handled Ihe machinery; luni iu the house last Stction 5 ot Ihd as llr: iruuslit in, provided that aiter.the e of a hospital district-tl: minister should fix the numbers c iiv BISU EHOU.U i.i ber. etc.. which were sold tpithe "mc I Sovcrnins the district farmers. made in readlns the following little anicle Irom the1 New York Outlook: A recent" letter iome from a, si aft officer in Prance glories in the splen- did meUle and loyal Americanism or the men drafted from the motley tor-1 eiin-bom New York's Bart Side. An editorial In the New Yort 'Times" recently devoted a column to one of them. Abraham Krotothlnciy (said to have been a cited by General Perrting for hts heroic elplolt in aiding in the res- cue ol "the tost battalion" in the Ar- fonne Porevt. The following paragraphs in the above-mentioned letter are of more than local and private interest: "This division is made up of the puny EaskSiders who a New York dude thought conld never hold their own with tie sturdy at the West, have got 'something io be justly melting glorl II there shortages In Ills'ac- counts, he ss.Id. did not.'sbow at the time he left there, and he has no'. fears of the results of a trial. allocate to each contributing counc (lie naraber cf'njetiibrri o! the hosu ta! board to leiappolnted and dire rproud oi I-pot cl- this, the !w York nvpolntment. Tins' section amended BO that this situation Is on temporary until the nest regular m isiclpal election. I section 7 is entirely remodelled that when the next regular electi JICKED UP IN LASS1NG FOR Bl'SY MAS Oil, Draper, of the Canadian labor issloii. has relumed troiu abroad. There arc seven thousand uneiu- oyed at the present time ia Toronto. Prof. A. F. l.ettoy. K.C.. recosniied ulhority ou I'aniillan law. is dead. President Wilson's printer. A great complain! U being nude o! vcrcrowdius ol street cars In Cut- A wide open referendum ou the pro- Ibitlon question Is to be token in Ontario in Ihe fall. Five boys sre under arrest iu.Xew Vork foiloVing the bis theft ot Sd'-'.OOO ta Liberty bonds. H. A. Fisher, minister of educa- ton. will probably bo appointed Brit-, sh ambassador at Washington. A wove is on loot In Ontario toward :ho formation of a Piovihclal Federa- :ion of Labor. Toronto Saturday night advises the teachers ot Ontario to form irate un- ions in order to better conditions. It is eipected that about 20D dele- sates will attend the big Western Canada trades union conference in Calgary ceit week. I lied. Our burial lists' shows the names ot ih9 Jew, the Italian, the Russian, the the Irishman, tbe Ger- I man, fighting -for the free Govern- .for.oor products in British I raey have ]lves Caaada has all the mater- j jor coautry, and in so doing have and steel (wrome real Aiiericans-iio matter tbe developme'nt ;ojn-i ducts and exhibits. division shall be at large, and'that! every voter must vote for 'the total number of members to be elected. Section 17, which originally pro- vlded that no hospital scheme shall be adopted mils55 60 par cent, of the ratepayers of the hospl- tal district actually voting upon the question, was amended so that it reads tbat no hosfcital scheme shall be a'dopt- last, with Mayor Pack in Site cliair Councillors Court, Kfsher, Towclson Coatley, Card and present The first Hem of business was to pass Into. P. In lhe roll. An application for a room make regulations; goTerning the man- agement and control ol hospitals, and continues: "It shall he the duty of tho minister to see that the hospitals, main hospitals, sub-hospitals aro al- ways In a high state ol efficiency. Failing which, it shall be within tho power o! the. minister to dismiss the members of the board and appoint some to bs known as an offi- cial administrator. Such 'official ad- ministrator shall have all the powers and authorities conferred by tho act upon a hospital board, and he shall perform all the duties ot said board and stall be. paid such salary out o! tbo funds ot the municipal hoeptta! Ihc minister may deter stand for considered. The .application are'whit are-lrmrtrn W i'n: Ihe'hpspiujls wKh Why.-sot convert two ol .oMiers1 for made without "i r ;-S inn'.m otes crt trt ward. lif illea enemy .agalasl!'-shoilld ot a.-specul, "In i isranled, with- seywal'-caiitlonaTy j district mine." The following subsection provides --was that the official administrator shal elauses'by the niayor arat. the -ineni- treasurer of Ihe district, and the con rfc dulle'i ot secretary im'enls an olliclal admir.lslralor I (o e-anply "the town nrarshnl with two' appointed the minister may at ans new band-cufts. locks on the Urns order that a hoard shall be elect and to repair the Jail.- Tenders j a] at the next municipal election. r f SIBERIAN RAILWAY i 'valcr hnndsd in Ms butlgot j >lar. 'clalai (o'.ithat the'British War (Mice ycar This was control of th soine'eilent, ami tho mayor teilway'Sas bssn e menlcil Mr CoEtley on being 'sojlecteil liy the formal organization o prompt'in Ms department. Costlcy j inteMlllocl teclmical arid military com reported that since the loivn j inittees, U.D results of negotiations o 1C- nisH from 'WW n58 :f" tie >lfew .arrajigement. IJn travel. 250 The- British War-OKlce haa of-1 flee." of.the niamonil has a hwe the. 'it. lit. TJfkhael Clark speaka ot (hi .Messrs. JlacKenzie the UbtTal Union- ists IU? a ship one !a re- ot; Ine'eWbirrajjed lover who hippy I coulil bo eiih. weife' oltttf dttr away." The Liberal In the Tlousn of Commons, however, are not in-ihis invlilious po'lllo'n. of aUtn wemy blrlii .'Mrs. Jane Patterson, pioneer of Hi- gin UKd'ai'lwwii: 07 and reservoir liecn en- larged liwt Ilio floij' ot wa.tcr.lwl been increaseil per cent, liy actual1 measurement, A banquet for tho retiring mayor and council and a frfte dance had been planner! lor .lamiary. liOcame of the 'flu epidemic [joslponed. 11 will shortly lake place. The lletltr Hall Clitii'ii 'lanfD anil given latt Tlulredav nigljt most successful. The Ifelicf Society ut the Ifet Wiird Kfcrvcd Ihu at per.plalu. Moro than 100 platos noro than ?ix months. M- Oafltron mlnistt'r of In tl Orr.fik governmenl. head? .rnter-a lied commission anil John T. tlie United Sfatc-s railway wnert, th teclmical commi'.lfcc, "Tho Toronto tal iirchafcil op liclialt tlfoftl co pp.ny )t Is'tUc, puMlsb a.grtfatly paifer. C. W. MeDiarniM. jwj' tie jeneral Manager 6( Ihe Good Mean Foot Comfort, Economy and Healtii Protection arc. {'ney comfortable? in the Dominion you can get just the size and shape of rubbers to peijeetly fit every Thai one advantage of having a System Io sludy your n.crk With factories and wilhwperls in constant touch the Dominion Rubber System is'abie to.rwke your ol rubbers required. How do economize rain-make ihoeswcar and hoU their truBje wear old thott in bad weather. I, It nectuary to tneak of health pnitctian vividly in mind, and the warning o< UvkeW'ttie leet dry, will run tW oi going without on wet When you nibber., ask lor one o( "Jacaatt "GrtaAy" Rubber System, a power oi to ;