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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Tilt-: LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HK1ULD THURSDAY, MARCH 11, letbbriboe Derate HlOcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBfllOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Street South, Ltthbridjt A. Buchanan President and Director Torrance Busiaosi Manage: TELEPHONES Office Office able to the at large. U is distinctly a of "All's well thai filits well.1 Il :fl uifJit-'jl! to reier lo Iho ultan- 'ioned meeting without ouco again calling .ttiendon to whflt cannot be- j otherwise described lhan a tlagraill aj'athv among the people of l.eth- bridge in wtut should concern itu-iii intimately, namely tlte affairs of the it'ity to which they belong. A curiosity. j iu shown lo managerial eminent mean? would have had a wholesome appearance. Ah absence tttnl cannot frill to pass notice was i that of the protagonist? of the Do- minion Labor Party acted as the .'initiative in bringing the managerial 12i2 I fr'rm government as a uiuui- Issue in the election, lu i certainly is (rue (Ills j Hie drcunislonipr il might well b; j time. With ouly so many days of the lacked whether it was not mero month past we have had various'wea- 'election cry wlildi begr.n and ended J Saturday was one of Ite worst After Is Business 'in Women's Institute Hold Meeting "Fjom Our Own Correspondent) ISLAND. iisrch with th Mimber Audit Bureau ol I office- of Commissioner of Public Subscription delivered, per weeV I Jr.ys of the year, stormed nil day with :he issue ot the election (or th, a vc_v folllhei_st wind Daily, delivered, per year by mail, per year 5.W Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.59 WiiUy, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 of eipiry or subscription daily on label. Accept- ot papers after expiration date- Is our authority to the scrtptiOD. THE DEFEAT OF THE KING AMENDMENT The, amendment of the lion. Mas- kenife King calling (or an immediate federal election was properly killed. It met the fate which in the circum- stances it deserved to meet. It is it was said lo be one of the i Saturdays the Iccn! storekeepers have I'.vperie iK-eil as few ventured out ex- THE INCIDENT AT THE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING jeep' necessary. voitnancd special meeting o( Institute held in I he matter of the ol -he Ktii tenders (or school supplies by Kwm on Saturday after- iLeimxm. but the attendance was lesa Superintendent o( Public Schools pave i than at the last meeling. However occasion to what is Commonly known i special business for -winch the as a warm time at the meeting ol (l.e trustees on Tuesaay. viewed it may be regarded that the incident did not warrant till (lie fuss which it created. ously. as in Us But taking it seri- nature it deserved to be. there was sound argument and good reason on the part of Mr. Terrill. j in the position he occupies as school trustee, lo givo the matter the promi- meeting was called was attended to. This was the appointing of the delc- sato jo attend the cnnivntlon jn Cal- gary. Mrs. y. Taylor, president of the society is thu official delegate anil Mrs. B. C. Ludtke. whc) is voner of this constituency, also at- tends. The regular meeting of the I Institute will be heUI un. Saturday. March liOth in tho lies'. Room: start- quite a question whether the amend-' ijence he dirt. In this act he was faith- ment.was moved with a sincere de- (ully the function for which sire for the welfare of the country in !ie was electw! ed Is requested as a splendid' program Without any insinuation on lllack. it can rightly be said that he arranged for that meeting1. Open- ing. song; Roll CallrQUotatlon'froiu DL, t Shakespeare; Question Box; Paper by Dr. P.ilerson-. Song by H Club. High School large or (or the political welfare ot the Party whose leadership Mr. Kiup lias recently assumed. At all events inot only took loo much on himself in i TIIC lodge held their" regu.- there'cannot ho of Ihe tenders, without wailin? lar meeting last Tuesday night. DIs desire vf n newrand compara-1 to have this (lone before the School lively young party leader (or an op- portunity to i his spurs, be the re- salt wJlat it imay. Tho (iovernmerii hn's scored a vic- tory "as the result of the. voting in the mint victory in which there is much room for selteongratu'- laticn. It so much tin ex- pression-of confidence in tie Govern- ment itself as a meeting1 ot the ne- culiiT circumstances of a situation threalenedysho'jid the King amendment have passed. The Goyerri- ment'if. It were wise would'give good to this aspect of the vote -cast in itv favor andMhaEk circumstances arid'abl-Itself- for Should it do tliis then there, it slill hop'e'W a lha( has outlived the usefulness which led to ils creation.' caintorbul rfgiiri itself'as sufforanci. If .'it-hoias to (he view-thai .there-is need of what.'unidn implies in I nainp of. a-Union Government, (t: Itjshoum- Board or before any special commit- tee appointed, but he showed a poor appreciation of business principles in tric( (irand' -Master Klliolt was pre- After (he meeting a socltil iime was spent and delicious refreshments partaker, cf by the company present. The U.F.A. and U.F.W.A. will hold so doing. than that, he went i their regular meeting iu the lies'. so far as to ask certain v.-ho had not (endered to do so. This was without any doubt harmlessly, if not igndrant- ly, done, and It may be said with the best of. Intentions. Rut at the same time it cannot tml appeal to the ordinary business intelligence what such power usurped by an individual may lead to. To an unprincipled man it would give (he opportunity, should he have a particular friond, of giving him the particulars of (he tenders handed in so ibat he may send in ti lower tender. do not for a mo- ment think or infer that Dr. Black would lend him'seK to such a'practice, but all the same he by now can mate Ihe danger of such a proceeding Jf it wero passed unnoticed by these in authority; On business principles the Room on Saturday night. -Mr. Hyland narrowly escaped a sorious accident rc.cpntly when he foil from the cloqr .of the livery barn when sending tiowu bales of hay. Mrs, S. Y. Hurst was a Medlciiiq Hat visitor last week. Mr. Wm. Dittner arrived home on Wednesday of last week from Caith- ness, U.-C. Mrs. Whi'.btck. daughter o( Mr. anil Mrs. A. E. Severs, was a guest at their .home last week re-turn'.ng .on Friday to her home at Taber. Mr. R. H. Hobertsoii spent a couple of days last week in Medicine lln'. where he consulled Dr. Woodland. 'Mr. Klmer atill, who went to Slcdl- action wus reprehensible and called for and deserved the'rebuke it received. Ihe Iheii to justify1 the view It beiJs iri tne Tho action taken by Mr. Terrill of future policies. It shouitl diatlnctly j should have a salutary effect in call- endeavor to rob itself of any of the j ing to. the attention ol public officials (he need of a strict sense of the value imputations that it is a partj Covers. Is the tool ot any- raent and that it I particular inerests. This would be the better part rather than assuming an overweening confidence in how it is generally regarded by living in a fool's paradise In taking the outward sem- blance of a vote to betoken what a majority vote usually implies, (or which belief there is no warranted foundation in the present inslance. north assisting .in securing feed lor Ihi'ir flay Is'extremely: scarce here ai llie present UnAgr snap and lack' of feed 't3 farmer woar .a sober- -Unless they- caii get more feed than they have, all the cftorts of (lie past will be of no avail, as the cattle and horses are weak and will need special care In order lo (lull ibrough the spring storms. Mr. John E. of Glenivood, formerly ot Cardsion. has returned from Utah, ho bas been during (he last four months. He reports fine prospects (or an tarly syrlng In the south. Mrs. (Or.) V. V. Christie was week-end visitor to Lethbrldgo vUH- iug Ihe denllst. Mrs James Rodeback of Raymond is visiting daughters, Mrs. A. Hep- pier and -Mrs. Fred Burton. Mrs. John Holmes returned from where she was visiting her (laughter. Mrs. .UirXeit. KMer Kplth. o( KiJiball, who left bis home some three years ago lor a to Samoa, returned lasl week via I'tah, where he spent several days visiting (riends and relatives, and incidentally getting rid of. an attack of tho contracted In CalHornla. His wife accompanied him. They re- port a enjoyable litue-. and say (hat Sumoa is surely a but then one does -not want to live con- tinuously even in such a place. They say the bracing air of Alberta Is more conducive to good health and spirits. -Mr. Koith is a school teacher of no mean reputation, anJ he no doubt will accept u position in one of the schools here. Mr. W. Henderson, local A.P.P. is out again after a week's illness o( the 'Ilu. Several Head Die Further Losses Reported Feed Short fprfim Our 'Own WIIITLA, March to the wife ol William. Childress a fine big hoy. Mrs. Childress' mother came from Spokane to lake care of her. She has been well looked after and mother and baby are reported getting along nicely. The late cold spell played sad havoc- wltti stock in this disirici. Several heatl died north of here, while to the south. H. G. Slienvnod .is reported to have lost about.- 20 milk cows. Re: ports coming.daily of further loss- cipe .Hat on. th.ejes- Moat Svho suffered loss clay liaVine consulted' Dr. cattlo lielievcil they had got in suf- ficient feed for. the winter, bat the. weather nroven seve're and when ihey wanted hai'it could not be pro- cured for lore or Several Smyth. We are pleased to reporl that Mr. J. nnd family are improving. Dr. Dickson. MeilicjiiG Hat was .lh (he How .Island district :last week ae a.professional visitor. f Public School Inspector William's visited the Bow Island week in his official capacity. last Mrs. A. E. Xeveis has gone on" n visit to Winnipeg, leaving last .Ihari- farmers- hAye hay ordered are now on very rations am! are coming to town dally, expecting to see their car or cars ot hay on track, but the hay does not seem to be forth- coming. The principal reason is, or seems to be, inability !o bale and load day evening. Her son, Frank i on account of inclement weather. Xo of business principles. To have let panied "her to Medicine Hal. Mrs.'hay is to he had at Seven Persons the incident of thu opening of the I Ncvera has not .been .for some tenders for supplies, in the i. i time anil il ia 'l be bt-neflcial-to her-health. was done, pass unnoticed would hove Spring who'.has been a negligence of duty and a poor 1 very ill for some time wftETtfiken to appreciation relation a schoill i the Medicine Hat hospital on Thur.- trostee sjands'to the public. It is not so much a case of mistrusting tho Superintendent as of protecting the I public, in that'the individual taking ion the functions of a public body, as 1 in the casfl of the lenders referrnd lo, i could easily, If so minded, select cor- j (ain tenders in the Interest of certain parties and discard others. This is only a just-anti impersonal Tiew. HOUSE FLIES IN WINTER A popular song has the refrain "Where do the flies go to in The mysterious disappearance house-fly during iho winter, where it hibernates during Ibe period >r Ihe with when the warm wtather sets in. has furnished a problem which has hafli- THE FATE OF THE PLEBISCITE The proposed plebiscite in rcgiirtl lo obtaining a popular verdict ai lo the merils or otherwise of the man- agerial form of city government, as compared to the straight commission, been strangled before it had time to be born. For thfa the cidzens of Ixitbbrldge anil not the Mayor and Commissioners are to blame. So far as the- latter arc concerned (hey have done their beat to redeem the promise given at the last municipal election Commissioner Meech was re- elected to the office he now holds. For the former they arc the Ytcllms ef their own apathy in not attending meeting, lhat is It there is any ilncere desire (or the substitution ot U considered a better form of cWo government in place of the pie- sent lystetn. The plan o' the cily council in ar- ranging preliminary meetings (or en- lljhtCTlng the citizens In regard lo managerial form of government lo its various shapes was a practical -thought, with the object of p.ducatlnj; the electorate, on Uie subject matter on which they would be called on lo rote. II further had Uie useful uur- poso of boinR -A medium o[ ascerlain- ing whether there was anything of interest taken in the proposed plebis- cite. In (his matter (he Commission- Voititrterjifc'j (o give uw II lime in the Interests of the, citizens, and there was not even an apprecia- tion shown hy the presence of cUfzcnn vlnuiiig enough for accepting tho In numbers at (be meeting called. I Tho plebiscite may well be regarded I The matter of the disappearance of now as a dead subject, and if the j the houte-Ily in winter may prove n- ihy evening. Mr. Hradner. A. P.P., .who was in ll'i- n'onton .last week, .returned on Sal- unlay. 'Mr. McMillan of lite Imperial Oil company was a business ..visitor- in tow last wepk. 't (Sptclal U> the lUrallv EDMONTON, March J. It. Boyle will present iu the House Wednesday afternoon amendments to (lie judicature ordin- ance act, and the land titles act which will modify the procedure in regard to personal covenant clauses, in mort- gages to meet objections that the pre- sent law discriminates against in- vestors. The amendments rearrange the court procedure to a certain estenl In the judicature act. Tuo procedure the same as before, that Is, the mortgage company must-first resort to the security proceeding under the personal covenant, clause. But in order that there may be no ground for complaint or fear that the mort- gagees rights to unsecured assets will be prejudiced, the amendments will give mortgagees authority to file their Judgments1 In the land titles ofdce which will automatically prevent (he debtor from selling unsecured lands to defect the claim.of tho mortgagee that there is a shortage til tho sale of tho original security. The amendments give the court authority to issue an Injunction where necessary also to prevent a debtor from selling his chattels, stocks, bonds, securities, etc., until after (he site of the mortgaged--promise. To protect the mortgager he Is given the liberty to apply to a judge to hnve any of his unsecured property re- leased at any time from the judgment, where tho judge considers that the sale of the secured property will he sufficient to satisfy the judgment. The idea of the amendments is that each individual caso will be decided oil its merits. E R ICKED UP IN FOK Edmoiitoa arc asking the oily council tor J1600 grant.. There will he BO sirike br the >00 railroad malnlenatKC of way men In the Untied The now', mwllcal .building ot the University of Alberta will be bulll Janiteson McKenzie, a Calgary coafracllug Ilrm. ot Three Hills, M- Uortu, was scut to Jail for sis mouths, and lined and costs, when lie was found sullty, of living on (he avails ot gambling. Fred J. Colvln, an official in the freight department of the and B.C. .railway company, died at his heme, Edmonton, last Saturday from pneumonia. At meeling of tho Socialist party at Winnipeg Charles Stewart declar- ed that R. B. Russell now under sen- tence fo? his activities at tho strike of June, was their Ideal candidate tor the neit provincial elections. Latest advices with respect to the conference of Rolnry clubs of district IS, which is to be held in Calgary. April 9 and 10, are to the effect that over 500 registrations have already been made by .outside Hotarlaus. v Sonio of John D. Rockefeller's numey will probably help to make Al- berta doctors in the future. A portion of the devoted by the oil magnate to the encouragement of iHe dical education is so.-ning tills way, according to present After forcing open' the front door of C. J. Jamteson's drug store, Cal- gary early Tuesday with: a burglars succeeded in get ting away with liquor valued, in the neighborhood oE A total of 25 i bottles of whiskey, trandy, runs, la and wine were stolen. The lutfdon bolting ot fracllous .esra of four-year-old colts was respon- sible (01- the untimely detth ot Oilman Wilson, age 10, a' kuowu lomeateader ol the Peaco RUer dis- trlct. The fatal accident occurred on Sunday, February 29th. Addressing the Ontario Bar Aiso elation, Hon. Justice .Olson ot the Municipal Court ot Chicago urged (hit effective measures taken to prevent mental defectives from letvfng Eu- rope (or immigration to Canada. Thousands Chosen the Mason Risch w rITH dozens of different makes to chooea from, there must be a good reason why this IB so popular. That reupa Is the quality of tone. famous Mason costs less than you think. Ask for prices and' easy payment terms. Style Booklet frM. or and many farmers drive to these points wilh their racks only to drive them back emply. Then the 'Ilu is a hig factor. In many cases the head of tho house is down with the 'flu and In consequence the slock is more or less neglected. John Adair was iri town yesterday.! Puf through tho commtllee prac- (Soeclal to The HcraH) EDMONTON, Alts., March 10 Bill No. 17 comprising amendments lo (he ace for administrators of lunatics estates and an act respecting Insane persons which gives the province com- plete guardianship of .the insane and their estates provoked considerable controversy Tuesdayx before It was put through uonimiKee of the whole house in the legislature. Particular objection was taken by George Hoadley, Okoloks, (a the sec- tion which provides that where, a lunatic is removed on trial by his friends from the hospital of the in- sane administrator may, in his control of the estale of the said lunatic until (he eipira- tion of the probation period of six months referred to in the said sec-' Mr. Hoad.ley's objection .was to the sweeping nature of. the act giv- ing the provincial official such powers when there might he relatives of. (he insane person-Qualified to look.after the estate. James Weir, Nanlon, on the other hand, took the view that the measure was one of the beat ever brought In protection of the -insane. The bill Girls! Yourhair needs a little it-becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when ugly'dandruff your hair falls out, a 35-cent bottle .of delightful, dependable: any storeywilj save also double it's beauty. You can have nice, thick hair, too, y Jlayhuw left for her home in Medicine Hat llie last 'of the week, i family managed to pull through. His entire family was down at tho same time. Urgent calls were made for doctors, but none materializetl. All were on long distance calls in the country. Fortunately, wilh the help of EPIRC or neighbors, the Adair Her patient here, Mrs. Downing is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. James were In town on Friday last. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Curric were busi- ness visitors in town on Monday Sth. i would have gone practically linked Mr, Torn Cooper arrived home from the Icing'and severe winter The Hetl Cross Society of Calgary is still sending hero large bundles of warm clothing which'is certainly prov- ing a Oort-scnd !o the majority of (lie termers hereabouts, many of whom, lumber camp at Caithness, U.C. on Sunday. Miss Irene Tippttt was a visitor in town twlay. which ii is sincerely hoped Is now only history. It fs roportnd that several head of pure hrad Holsleln cows have recent- from which it makes its appearance j M''- Oliver of the r.tohe store, who 'lias been ill with the and tlieu spent aome days In Wlnnllred wils -Mr. and Mrs. fleo. Scott. Winnifrel, i ly at (he ranch of .Mike Shcrgcr are business visitors in town Irjiiay. i about jnilns ibuib of this place from In Xorth Dakota. cd even enlomologisls who have mado n particular study of this phase of fly life. Theories have been advanced only to he refuted hy argument which has served lo shatter them. One of these (heorie'B was thin Ihe larva ol the female, fly found a nest in the snail. the presence of summer files in areas where the snail was an unknown quantity was enough lu away any positive belief in '.his I theory. A learned professor lately with an answer to where the fly be-! look itself in wlnler by slating Dial v il found refuge in.lown roluse >ot ln 'I1.. i L plac that Is alleged to ho the foot aii'l month disease. Sherge-r, It irt said, has re-porter! Ihe mailer lo the (o be bath on duly (he liUter Department of Agriculture at.Kdmon- part of last week.- ion and an examination will iindoubl Mr. Gilbcrlsim left for Il.c. the lat-jodly lie made very soon, tcr part of last week. Mrs. w. Fuller formerly ol Mrs. C. Muni loaves tonicht fcirjla. nnv.- resiiiing at Verwood, two weeks' visit with her parents Snsk., i? viFi'lui- her parents, Mr. and I tictvlly intact, Alarch eve- ning, Feb. 27th a farewell party was given in honor of Mr. Stirling Ogden who lei't for Idaho where ho will visit) his relatives for some time after which he is going lo fulfil a mission. There was a large crowd and the time was spent In dancing. About a lunch was served and Mr. Stirling gave a few (arcwell words to his friends. Monday evening another social was held In honor o( .Mr. Ogden at tho home of W. T. Ogden. Tbo time was spent In games, music, and dancing aflcr which refreshments were scrveJ. Spring Oxfords and Pumps Have Appeared in Our Stock. Particular ladies should look theue over and maka their solce ,iuii as there is no doubt It will be hard to get sorting sizes for Into buyers. We have a nice showing black nnd brown Kid Oxfords wilh Louis hoel, turn sole and medium vamp; also Colonial Pumps or without buckles. Widths AA to B. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING Tho crowd left about twelve o'clock and wished Mr. Ogden an enjoyable lime and good luck to him. lie left Tuesday evening some Letbhridge i boys came here antl played a game of Sshool 0'iennl here .Monday morn- rhef fafr could not keep.up their score. At tho Mrs. Kam Ilicharrison. 1 j ing willi Mrs. lirtiwn of Seven Persons In rhniKf. .Mrs. Brown has moved her here anil rented a resl- jilcnce. it loolti as If she will he with us for some tlrno. This evidence to explain its temporary absence was met hy counter evidence. Outdoor experiments' "rimdc In winter with three manure heaps in Ihe latitiulb of Washlngtoh. 1J.C. Krom three dunghills Investigated, however, the results wore_ not .-altogether con- tparsity of tho attendance at Tiies- day's meeting betokens tha; the cit- izens Mdsfiod with (do present form of civic government and have no desire to know aught of tiny new the havn it least this natisfactlon that the present Bode of governing (ho city Is suit. very Interesting subject In of Hut whal wo are more witli In, ils aitiienramjr1 in M arm weather. .V-: n cif In carryhiB Infection, tho honse-fly has bei.'n proved lo !jn n menace. To reduce, if not erailicalo, this menace calls for vigil; To Withstand Spring Storuis CAIlbST'Jv. March Mr. ,lof, b. nf tlic. Cnnlsttm Motors return- ed IaH[ afier a week's eojfilirn visiting Kcl. Kins, 7. Win. Ducc anil Oso. Peterson are still In Ihe .TENNESSEE BOY USES MULES IU SAFE ROBBERY Tcim.. March 10. -Edward Hnnnor. K-ycnrs-old, wan arrcslcil here last nfjthl. The police charge Hiat ho pair of mules (o a safe In a country store, dragged H to a nearby flfld and blew It open with rlynamiie. They say ,trail of government bonila, sold at bargain prices, Irjii (n the boy's nrresl. the period when' il ik ilue to re up- jii'nr. Thn'surest mel'liml is (o rnakn Bhorl slirift of Ihe' (Irat fly which minct lo Iho lirjn of (lay. With the wsrm v.ea- Ihoi1 II Is in Hit- iniorcst BIG WHISKEY THEFT TurouB. Mil., March party of men bound and gag- gel Itic covcrnment watchman In a tllstlllory early this morning anil haul- e'l aivaj fifly barrets of whiskey wnrili iihmit In aiilomobllo R. C. M. P. PENSIONS (ri'T.UVA, .March Deslgno.l lo that the pension of a man of in wittch for (he first ap- rc-Uring from Oio lioyal Cnnndlnn i; of Ihe winter jlv and lo lake I Mounlwl Police sliall nnl exceed two- annual pay nml nllow- trodun- orailicalp, energetic to prevent It annual pay nml lilancc tliirins inp its specif to ho In la the commons tomorrow, FARMERS' BUSINESS For the past 54 years, this Bank hai given particular attention to the businea of Fanners. We have helped many over the rough arid have aided many- more to the highest plane of success. We are prepared to extend you every aid within legitimate banking practice, Come in at any time and talk over your with us. You are always welcome, THeMCRCHANTSBANK finish of the game the score was 41-12 in favor of Stirling. After the game Ihey all joined In and dnnreij and rill necnied to have a good time. Kriday (hri (leehlve. Oitls put on a concert. There was a large crowd attended and all seemed well pleased. Thn progrnni was as follows A song by girls: tho Scarf drill; Heading, Nora Song. Miss I Horence Silk Mrs. Clara Pel- cr.con; a dialogue enlltled "A jjrccioua a piano duel, by Miss Kmlora Fawns and Miss Theodora llrandley; Miss solo, Mrs. l.oulo llrandley; violin solo by Edward Kiddle, accompanied by Alberta Kiddle; Maypole drill by eight Illtlc glrla, ami a dialogue en- tlllcil "Not ii man lu (he house." Allcr Ihe program (he benches were moved nnd all joined in dancing anil u Head Office OF UTHBR1DGE BRANCH, BianeSei alia NoWelotd. Tueicfgj-Band 'CANADA. R. J. Spack- good time everyone had, Born lo Mr. find Mrs. K, 1. man, a son. Mr. M, C. Hoyson of this (own Is very ill nnjl H In hoped by all his friends dial lie will soon be well again. K. Doylo -.if North Hay was fcillert hy a train on a crossing while driving in a covered buggy with a young lartj', who rcnflnrejl unconscious, bnt in whose case Internal Injuries aro leaned. EXPORT TRADE njiJijDH business connection makes The 'rid-wida re at your conimaucl THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND I.E'fHGRIDqE.BEAiV.CH, R, T. Brymner, Manager, r ;