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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LRTH8R1DGE DAILY HERALD VfUDAY, MARCH 12, 1D20 TCbc XetbbribQe alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprlrtort :nd Pubtlihert THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Kt 6th Street South, Uethbrldac W. A. Buchanan PfMtdeat and Manages UireciCT thn Tcfrance Biuiiioss Mtiuager The East is interested iu gelling Alberta coal, us particularly shown in the ly llie I'miiKlifln JlnnmMriuwrs' Asaoeiailon of a Committee tu the Camilla, east ami .west, ionvrtrl u> the tiuu1 vvfceu (tie. bo CiMTt- Jisi: llais relieving Ontario and (Jueljcc lliPir ileiiemleiKV upon! Amerk-.iu I'Oil The committee is also I lo enquire iiuu the cost oi i al '.y 1'UL- province- of TELEPHONES Butlneu Office editorial Office nanii'orims Ontario The Canadian Maaufii'lurers' Assu- tUtlou iu the (or up- I'iiiiitinK 'In' t'oiimut'.ee :hA from liny mine 111 ;i'iy poiiu in Ontario lia with Die freight prcvailins fruiu tl'.e mines in Ihe I'riteJ SMtes to the jioint of eou- in Ontario. Assodnteil with of the is the matter Thnusiind Dollars 1'residcnl Wood of U. F. A. to Address Farmers sentadvo, declartJ with tiuil t-raphie- Is thai considered the of the mosl tacrod promise! Ihe Urltlsh constitution, out! against H. _ that OQ9 might spy I'. unbrltlsb. not to mortgages In Ihe ibulldlagtof a.'icVool house a school ilistrid VUerV'the debentures formed ;u general first lien on Iho lands. He ursued also that the proposal was par- allel to (he insurance o! local Improve- ment debentures In a city, the fur which are; A lien ..ahead of first mortgages for land in such a local 1m- proferaent district. Not Like a Municipality 160! 1CKED UP IN ASSING iKrnm Our.Owu Correspondent) IIAIIOXS. .March arc plammis to give the town and coimiiuuity a special tr.'at ou Kriduy next. This org.iniiation-ha: secured ihe very capable services I'rosideiH Wood of provincial soVimioh tn In ihe churcli of. Audit Bureau of Circulsllcni' n u-ansiuimtiim liurhifi ft' Subscription Rates: jjlt. aiul possibly '.lie ttl he at i p.m. -Ml luteresl- fanneiV affair? are urgeil expert machinist, us returned to carry on his line the Dor.imion as a whole. I Business again in Damns. all (llii.1 Alberta Industrial Development j i Association L- iiivint; atle eulion tc the j "1> THE ALBERTA TELEPHONE SYSTEM As' a vindiL'Alicn of tlie ]tolk-v of .public ibe telephone sys- rem of the Province I'ruvide.-' n Htrons i and prae'ai-al algtinu-nt. It bus prov-' Iu be ait of niiK'h value .not only in it'.ti'iusic as shown by tlie MiuiiLtg ol an expert of 'Klicb standing a.s Mr. J. K. but 'in thc service it Iia.s rendered lo the people of Alberts Tho opinion of Mr. is of double value En that it not onlv one from a man in every way in Alberta which freight to see stick u capable inun residence in this com- fa ol n of all interests will Rive we lo believe proiwrty, and w iipctns to the movement for j there must lie something in the theory (.onstitute. a jmnoriiy that 1 Alberta's industry. jihai "the lirought is Im-ken." More forced jnY0 a scheme by tho eoal problem in ;he Province nnd fuordJnation of all interests will (Uve u decided ili evelouing ami still more will lie very welcome. It is well to see easu-.-n intert-s: llnc thc conditions, the uiouseil in the poaslbiitlies of Alberta j bill few (nivellers over cca! as a for the fuel supplies j them lately. Hence business was quiet or Ontario. Anything jil.lch makes j Cor a short for ihe utan enttring into tt.e rcfium afler Fpending the win- of practtrjl politics defends to a very in Portland. Mr. Invin cxlent oti ihe ndjustmeut of Uiink? tho look good for The handieai) to coal this ot tho country for this Mr. this polut. ai yesterOaj' ou another. inaXtog'the sanip argimienL that the cases are not parallel. Hg 'said that an irrigation district was not a ixmuiry, a province, or even a municipality, but a private co operative -enterprise; that persons joining Iu the enterprise and partali- lis cbjtgatior.t-. were more votiv piiratlu to porsons slgnEng R jo'pi and several uoios. Tho f-icl that one of thehi might be the owner of a farm with a mortgage on it. anil another tho owiier of a farm without a mortgage. not render tho transaction unfair to tho man without a mortgage. The basis olt Cnluuel Spencer's argu- ment mortgages are allow- ed to have priority of lien in a district ovur tbe irrigation bonds. that in case oi possible failure of a schome. the bondholders would corao for recourse Ihe property pf'ra.en, which wore' iimhortgaged, while they could not touch Ihe.proyorly of those which morigagcil. This'iras un- fair to -Uwse in a district who had 'ho might had. been votes of others. W. JL Davidson, N'ortb Calgary, SKIS! mi exact illustra- tion' of thfs point had occurred in. ifyi defunct Sprluebunk irrigation. Echenio nf the sheriK went in to ievy ou property for 'the bondholder, he seized the property which bore "n.6 prior inorEgages. bu( could not touch that which had boea Btltlah Columbia dairy farmers are seriously cousldering the launching of a mutual livestock Insurance com- pany of.their own. Discussion ia rlfo itt Calgary over the actloa of tlte Graduate Nurses' aiEotlatibu In raisiuu ihe charge per week for the nursing 'of 'flu cases to J50.00. Saskatoon city (torn the workings of the police court last year. The total tines 'collected foi 1919 amounted J2C.313 aa against ISt for 191S. (Brandon ITazelwood and Harold Be eelu were drowned in the Columbia river at Trail'atid two other boys. A fault. This ivotild not be 'a dlfficul matter, he thought, as the tola! ob- ligation; incurred In this partlcula scheme. nbt'be more'than JSOu, or a It wag here lha premier. declared (hat if thi war. what the inembers were propos ing Ui8 government might as well tak over the whole proposition. Th home adjourned at air p'nt. to eoi tinue 1he debate at the jilght session tiff, and A. Mathewt, nurrowly escap- d the same fate as tho result of uj hockey. Damages to the amount of ,-ere awarded to Miss O'Shea In .or suit against SI. Thomaa for, In- urles received in a street ?ar Six hundred and fifty arc wanted in the woods of Northern Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Wages un from to J75 a mouth, with Sir James Aikins. lieutenant-gover- nor of Manitoba; himself ft Methodist, ins donated to the Presbyterian lorward fund. This in addition to which already he tad Ihe tauie fund fu his owu denomination. FV agent-general for Urit isb, Columbia tn Great Britain, la homo on a Iwo'mbntnV "Tho pro judlce- that existed agnlnst the wood on house in England- now has been entirely eaid Mr. of B.C. of the.Saskatoon city council j writs of summons'to appeaf-belore Mr. Justice -bench court and show" feh'buld not bo conunitlcd. 'for, .contempt of court for feifure; io pbejr an injunction forbf the tnalntenatice of a nuis- ance frouiid'Ia Cqry municipality. Hare Chosen the Mason Risen W 1TH dozens of different makes to choote from, there must be reason why this Instrument Is so popular. That reason is the quality of de- tone. The famous Muon Illsch costs less than you think. Ask for prices and easy payment terinj. Style Booklet free. n1 llwk tlw chi'.rges at present should be j held at the home of Mrs. sought In he remedied. j u, Jioir on Tuesday afternoon. .March p.m. There were miniy ladles very profitable time A fair Linestion------Why ?houtu LetU- I bridge not hare a fuir? to malic it. but .in LIS bi-ius an utiprejtiUiced one, c-ofuinj; from he being the Consulting the United Stales Um-eau t-of Slfindards. Tbc Telephonu Oeiiariniciiti lias inucli cause to pride on1 a governinent enterprlEe. It has .fully sensed ihc importance ol what a i utility of such convenience means to j the people of the Province and parti- j cularlv to those, such as farmers, who i Telephone I wcl1 be said io bc a Indies' Aiil of the Harotis an-.I was spent planning for future work of the church. A grptit treat was enjoyed by the are isolated from centres, extensions have in recent times been largely made, and there is the earnest given of further extension, '.hus form- ing much needed and much appreciat- ed links of communication. The Piovince lias every reason to bp proud of its telephone system and oi the capable manner hi which it has been handled. In ministering to the wants of n part, of the couniry com paralively new, ii has been the hu'wl- mnld of development. is notli- ing of political ills, which have been urgeJ as finiiins u ;ilaee in a pnblEc j utility operated by a'c-rumont, lu served against, the Alboria i phone system. This is so murli to its credit. of oin Tuesday A home miido navy is the best naval I night, when they were hivitld to Car- policy can adopt. nuingay to attend n banquet given by _______ I the associaiioa at that- fair town a large number responded to Lady Honham-Carter, daughter ot j hearty invitation, taking with their wives and sweethearts. woman of winning ways if her father's estimate (hat her witty speeches help- ed him to win the election in Faisley correct. By the look of the streets, so !ar as Lethbriilgc is concerned it is not irri- gation hut reclamation that the city wants. The goph'ws .are making their ap- pearance lo greet the spring chlnooks. The city water cart has vtill to come out of its winter retreat. ALBERTA COAL; AN EASTERN VIEWPOINT Cancelling licenses should prove ati effec-iive weapon'in the hands of the rlty. council in suppressing the illicit ijubzo joints in the city. Kvervone-.wlll echo (he dictum of Canada, says tho S'.. Tlioiniis Times-j Mr. Justice Ives that the grain thief Journal, has large coal hilt the trouble is thnt they are situated Is an individual who should be regard- A right royal time was enjoyed. Miss Agnes Moir, daughter of Mr. atid .Mrs. D. Moir of Clarcshohn, is visiting with thd family for a. feu days. Mr. B. McTclland was a visitor in Lethbridge on Tuesday. Horn to Jir. and Mrs. Earl Grant, on Monday. March Sth, a sou. It is expected that operations will commence alrposl at once on the town well, after work having been closed down owing lo the inclement-weather. .Mr. Drown will soon-' he on Ihe job. Cophers aro already 'showing their heiiiis out from under thc.snow. IL is an indication tiiat the hack of our old time winter is badly bent, if not broken. N'ow'-lhal a first class baud is a certainty for liurnns, it would he fine if we had a music shop. Mr. J. Urandell of liulmer was n visi- tor in town on Monday.' Mrs. nomeril and have been 'flu patients during the past week, but nre now well oti the way to re- ed wilj) utter contempt