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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FAflB TiIK l.KTniWIDC.K :r She tetbbribge alberta AND WEEKLY and fia LETHSRIOCE HERALD PRINT. tttft COMPANY, LIMITED i mt South, it W. A. and Managing Director Torraace Bulntu Maucar TELEPHONES Office OitKt.......... Mmb'cr Audit Bureau of CirculaOna. Subscription '-15 Daily, delivered, per jear Dailj, by null, per year TFartlr, by mall, per 55 jeir rb C.S..H.OO f. Dataa of eiplry ot subscrtjtloiu ap-' ywr 4alrj oa label "i dile la' nr authority to conUniw tit iab- icrlpUoa. U MIAT CANADIAN Toronto. has its eeveirty-flfta anniversary. meat of us the Gtobe might since Canada came into exlri- aj a part ot tie Empire for Uke liedon Times. Ja Britain it is lint ap.with lie iwtory. of He country as far tiick as ot tie people day can, renemter. It 'sat erer been a great newspaper; it Is no reflection oa other nmrepapere of Daaintou to gajr that ihe aaiM position in Candaui jooraaliMn ss (he. London Times in Richard of the Mont 'ntl'Ottette, nearly ahrays an iUrr' in the political expresses He prevalent opinion. tin when ha nas lit Ttobn to Bm George Brmm, and mHr oce> of opinion jty of all Canadfan citliens-regarf- .jiesa of race, or the lair 'for tfce right aS womento vote In all aad sK ia ParUamnt aad JVorineM Lecislatnrn for tbe ownership and operation ".Tanwaj-s aad telegraphs; for fhfl de- velopnieat uztder Provincial or cvuni- Hpel control ot all available watar Bowerji Jkad vxtenaVn ot public Ham wtarerer practicable tb the tarnfs as'wBll as the1 cities aad towns Jor tea proMbttion by Fede-al law .ofeing taxed to its capacity. President Jas. H. Anderson occupied the "chair i "o! our Great econonirc forces! -ArarDowd. a 16-year-old school girl. in and made the openln-' epeech we soins t0'let ilutocrairc Kansas CHy, being given It is n erWcue btrt the CaduHtt cmraaM was to bare warted MBe rnore in lie Sa Sams TFOaJd iodicate that he would -ham would not aaye fci too that there k OaHipoU in the record of the O -ftattle of CanAral, Fifth 'Anny.'tiasco. Tha one tragic episode fa the CEP history was at St There Sir Sam's rifles leff the. Canadians witbont a weapon to defend them- silws" against encircling Hnns. HHxK lasses snffered by'tbe Canadian corps Trere on the nme, wheie tbey were commanded by Sir 'jitilen Byng, now reputed to be (lie Areirdeit General .in. the .Ttrit- -It'iris "the Third British Army, connnandel by Sir Julien tilt i to break before the tro mendoos-Hua onslaught last ysir. Yet on Ihe.'Sornms practically nothing waa done and. little ground sained." Sir Sara Hughes' charges will cre- ate rehtiesfneas and bitterness among the taoillni who lost In the fighlraj at CamTjrai and Mons. Hl3 attack was unfJiJr bcciose it was 'based al. 'aratWaoily on his own pet ideas of warfare. jyo man readily, mado" use Iel? roanufacturers. gafnej power and 0( industries had been driven (6 follow out.Uiis Wea. In almost the last to'.Kjkr the.farmers had taken hold ot 'todiiy were rapidly organizing -IWcyr might Ihe better ohicr others to tho' f bring the worM more nearly to a state of unity, of true democracy, lest all Ihe fabric ot civilization be destroyed, Autocracy has used- cfviirzfttfon to -further Its own interests and litw been Irled and found wanting. So we en they do the H house, as th can do in (From Own ST.' Alia.; March ead dCAlh of lilti.j Ira Hose, daughter ot Jlr, Mrs. Richard Rose, oc- are now facing that we March In was organize and form our local hhougli much of lift'le piay our larger onea for riiilng, school and'-'atso by tho older then thew mate up our provincial i pcopls of Iho dfitrict, as she was a units. These in turn may-not bright little girt In "all larga enough to accomplish our aims, The were held from lot and possibly must into a 'all 'for' the. gooil ot our people and nation, nating all other Institutions of rjvllir we must organise'along; these, lines as well. Locals can not