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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK Gbe letbbtifcge fceralb SUbcrU OAILY AND WEEKLY TOtLtTHifHDOe HERAID PRINT COMPANY. LIMITED Strwt South, Ltthbrlcf.. W. A. Director Torrance Business Manager .'1IK .1224 safe for democracy." Defeat of Gcr- many ilotsn'i democracy cafe. Democracy can only be made fVe for the world by deaxvratlc nations enabling democracy to whero it has not been known It .wins hySe UwFof Mr. 'J. Y. rtad a oUtloa atMnc forth ueedjorba.- iterten Lam Afternoon and Evening Mett ings Were Houses at Each THE BIG CONVENTION THAT IS HERE TODAY Tha city of Lelhbrldge (From Our Own Correspor.-JenO CAKDSTON. March the Sat- urday meeting, spoken to by President. Wood ot the U. P. A., upon political activities of the organization, a ques- tion was asked as to admitting those outside the ir. F. A. 10 the district convemlon. Vres. Wood answered that cnlv U.F.A. members should Ire allow- i ed 'to attend. II was timo that many 1 labor organizations thought tha farm- i ers were wrong in their I might bo some errors and some tuls- takes with both labor's and farmer's of akmt the ot Upper Uke that being In Na- tlonal Partc by S. iQTjnuBWl. The adopted iiioatly bystanCing vote. The disbursed and a swat number at- tended the performance at the tariit- ton lynmasloum thcatrn of "The Man ot the Hour." which prwnttd bj Iho Alberta Stake Mutual Improve- meet Association. B1CKEDDP IN 5S1NG BVCY MAN i in the will generated turned on liae >-art i lakes uui.ii h" 1 organizations. Bich would have to many conventions 'of greater or lew aui grow hy experience. But importance, hut in the purport ot what it means the irrigation convention j that met today the greateet of' them all. 11 is a convention rouad which !s wrapped the hopes and the amalgamate U F.A. conventions could nd work with for attaining to both but each must maintain its but do not PflOFTTS MAT COME SOME TIME need, not ba discouraged Ho municipally owned street we reach the big city xt a. bond indebtedness ol J5.5W.OM San' FPan'dsw bijllt 15 miles of rait way, and hM made eitewlcns ef flt toad it has In >nd since the road the bond .indebtedness annoally. Is a continciiis proof tnat a citr cia suewstfuilr. contlrKt and raU-ray. desires of the people of tie south country of a prosperity that will flow like lie waters which in the bringing to conjnmmatkm of the great irriga- tion projects under contemplation; will fee spread abroad and diffused thronghout the land. in certain areas irrigation oXj not be considered an absolute nmastty tte powession and avail- ability of it Is a wonderful asset to this part of 4he country in that it becomes a wise provision against and establishes someains in the way ot being indtpSnefent'of that sisn ot the zodiac, which oar children become ac- tniinted with at school, Aquarius, the Whjat Price Quettion ___Hardin, Whitla Mam, in Hospital Peculiar Accidtnt (From Our Own eorrMPOaaentt .WH1TLA, March most dja- tressing accident occurred hero tenJay morning wuen Earl llardm, farmer residing abo three miles from town, was assUtint TO SELECTION- Viul Pktoa. Fire Chief Smith, of Cuelph, has sueceaafttl left of a gas mask or the vrotiectkML of riremeu froni uoae awl Coaghey. O. T. R. agent at was inttantly killed when crossing tie track at the "Naltonu pulled lirif the ttattoo. Julea celebrated avii- lor Inleada vjiitlng. Edward Island on a flying trip around the world shortly. After burying her two children thin a week ago, both of whom cumbed to Inflnenaa, MM. Virginia at Windaor, was atrleten with the same disease laat Saturday, wncat rnco tnree irom "QJ By another question, Pres. Wood: itt repairing tie pump from which the was" brought to the discussion of secures its water supply. Toe ...Vinnt virirai in rnnadfl. tiiins ot wheat prices in Canada, anil j he went Into the question thoroughly showing clearly Ws reasons for ait asking that the government set the nice. In the courfi ot this cxplana- ion he declared lhat Canada's iinanc- al slrength was sot sufficient for pump had been disjointed and the two pieces were wired together above ground. Hardin was near the bottom of the well making some repairs when one ot the of the pomp held above fell upon Ibe top ot his head. Tbe shock knocked him into the water, and died on Monday. Daring January and February thert went 117 dealhs at Saull Ste. Marie at the rate of five per thousand of population. The number of births in tie city daring the "same period I. Virginia Scrogeins of Rockwell, ae la two yeare old and baa feet ten inches long, aad it la flawed that fay Shulti and Warren Fuller. Dr. Batoeai R reached here about two after. WMM. the accident and sfter I (jen e first aid, advised Hardln's people to send him to tie hoapital at Medicine him to tie nospuai ai He.was taken to the on the for fthm. MEDICAL IN6P6CT10N. IN COUNTHY .vha hoioa irateriac la of'the cotmtry, at knows to fall at TMiries. No OM la an intelligent age needs lo told ot am beoefite of irrisa- Man. The in.benefits is as ok aa Ike Crearjon. The wonders o( Martian in all tkat it has aoxim jtisli- will remain a lasting in U Glieufjlii naa ovk TflQ KBOVfcCU Hi'" tuw meeting the burden that would be "rtlcll he W15 taken by Sher imposed should a big less have to be paid on the wheat deticit and also look alter her returned soldiers, as this was our first duty. The present high tariff was con- demned as being absolutely wrong and we could not hope lo maintain, as farmers, the principles we were fight- ing for and at the same time place ourselves in the protected class. The speaker was quite .sure that the gov- ernment would not fir the whMt price from the best Information could get and It was useless to wish tor it vviib _._------ iowever, sundry politicians were yet teen ascertained. :eriously considering it as a. means of muzzling the fanners'on the tariff ssue and It would be used as a'pol- tical ralher thfiri an economic nieas- and distinction in Pianos is a matter of but selection. To bring Harmony, delight, and satisfaction into your how, it M neceMvy" to make your (election in an phtre of ntceJleacx, practice, and uperiencc. For that naaoa, Maaoa Riach Canada'i Huaical Orfuiization with iti ezcttuive aasbrtment, iti reliable aervkt, maifara eoartecjr and accommodatloa, your to look, to itudy, to profit, rod to Q_ tomorrow It you can or any other -Let oor "FACTORY TO BOMB" plaa- that MVW ja> Uie auddlentan'a profit. Tov're alwaje wtUomc Balmoral Block. Fifth Street S., Uhbridge TWENTY BRANCH STORES Ml inches one, an a a the time she reacbea the marriaceifcle her feet will leaf. that la the to the outside Ifcewe inapector selied bottlei ten days ago; the local Inapector made a further seizure of 9 bottles a week later. "Generrl will Wm. Carney, sheriff of Sinlt Ste u .r tn 111 tie iMtltmllon Hat evening train. Hardln's scalp Is badly and one .ol body entirely I Slajor William Shepberd, T.D. R.P. have schools, It United "need it trv ciW, air, as heWfty, gation prorea i. many ot tne a ot eye and ear, aa the According to the country ald" exteada tta heartiest aad at.ospdlal with, theism .ra hope ft to 'desires will meet-ritjb Out fmttkR which will uti.toil kaMBt not oojy _to the. fanjere then- iaOm MM tee taoMi'' 'eotrctrr >t v. auu uuo paralyzed. It it belleTed that he alto snst lined a fracture pi the aknll, up to a iato hour this evening the ei- tent of the iaiury to the skull had not jeen ascertained. __ Jale Ljenhart ,one ot "Whitla'a mv _' j- _' i___ Wium anAJulltiir plei the LIKE A GAME OF ure if it earner to life at all among the subjects tor consideration; by parliament. It wwild do the farmers cause, In his opinion, 'a- great deal of harm rather than advancing the principles for which they were contending should It be granted... as to Idea ot the amalsamating with 'the Non-Partlsan League, the speaker said he was.no authorized to what woula b done be the convention. It all u lo them and'he was not autocratic i these or other mailers, so he did no know. Pres. Bdw. Wood for the people of the Alberta Stake, congratulated the T.I.F.A. president the large audience which had greeted him and neirt men, wto'6 has been winter In Medicine Hat, o town yesterday to take care o[ me pring Mrs. H. Campion is ilslllng at Medi- cine Hat. A small -Eized.cuinook visited us for a short time yesterday, but toward evening the wind shitted to the north A., tomer treeiarer and clerk of Marklnch, recently Bruloit Uooae, Mirkinch. jteprweirtattTea of prirate tmvtaf- Bent in Vancopver were in: tanned by the Provincial Gorennwnt that they wouM to clOK. B C. 'War Veterans nrjed that labor be used to the of VancoiTer hlaad. There h at a greet preponderance ot Chlnece ani Oriental-labor. School Board of SwJbarr Marie, Ont., realgned owing to 111 alti.' The'position haa been heM by member of tie Carney family for over BO years. Meeting ia Victoria, B. C.. the Lord's Day Alliance eiprwied the con Tfclioa that heller Sabbath condlllons would In Ibit cily during the preaent year. Col. Maehin, in the Ontario _.. tore, a Mtter crWctora ot the Ontario Temperance Act aad Premie Hearst. and the Wineipeg, charged wit a office In retard to the tarmarement In the Dtuaoyd I C9ty nmfl.. Prom a recent occurrence. 1 k auee i u. every seat was occupied and there te the iwst office I wu scarcely stand iiig room people lower hall, over. EOO presenl. Following Ihe address, the Laalea IKellet Society served refreshments lo In the city Ttew oeemnea eaphf- Ln comern at the hall and many'.toot 1 advantage of this convenience. There waj a foci.il good time during the In belween 4 and 6 o'clock while to IB. Inspector i tte fjfrejhments were being taken U80f- ilng-ses anu "dropped rapidly. present weather'-is causing the farm- rs to dig tato'thcir limiUd sujiply.of of the Medicine Hat ranch, miles from reports that ie is feeding 15-ton. of hay per day- We is, liowerer, the ggest Block-raiser in these parta. B. B. Ree3, who with 'his family tai the winter in British ColmnWa, turned to town yeaUrday. Mr. Rees zi a nice farm near Whitla, but waa obliged to cease operatlooa ttfl fall nd leave the account of Mra. Rees' health. Her aolonrn la British Columbia It Mid to have mad. wonderful Improvement m her ealth, and it she feeling s she now does, Rees will crop every valtable acre. tha students of-that institution ban the crime. been iadnlcfng in too many daacee, hockey taatehea, moTle etc., to n, a offence, was traced thron? t piece of his broken giaww, whlc a detective fonod near the acsne o In Kingston Military DteMrt mor than parceli, xnt to .wldte oreraeaa Jor Chrwtmas, have arrive 23 years, died ol pneumonia ilng Influenza. Sir Huxh John Macdonald, n of Winnipeg, who has THE WlfTEO THE LCMUK OF MATIOftS The TMM in the the at It. K wffl >e raieot- .Oaleary WM with the tnit it needed t. three- UBion jKk waa draped In front o tne rmtrnm and the large lelteri U nt it neee t. ree- F. X In red, white and blno, wer Tbat waa handed to the suspended over the spot where th brought back the the aeMir was under the with Mr. J. P parrlsii In the ciair, .who called o that tita clowd the deal. Mrs. 'Flock, of Haley, 'for a" plan tail re- tt riqsirel a five "cent to m> m Wary once agai ffr tta return i> In IBM nniaVat ,Ch. awaking I I L.' King, of Ilaymond, who made a strot plea for every'farmer to enroll wl the U. F, A: and-for all to unile province should be CO.OOO .'of- and we would ac- all Ihe fanners would ,interested, original poem wnose efforts had been called tprili'-by' lie reading of "Dees one ol r.., notrtrying ti uldo' hia Bums' dee- e ItepnWioni, hi Coi- h representative ct jrrtllt opia- Of we all that for- mer Present r oao-----d p4 strongly for tha he hna all over 9i prmenllng the League and with Wllwn atitt behalf 1n Jutt betere. preritfly wo Cffi LI for eo fn way ot allowing what la a gorernment trasl neis to'be allowed the reciprocity In the way of being frie In tha mail Iran the Presides Much of la undoib e4iy 'r. 'will gel'jtoo "i the plan, Is fi n a.-c y 'hy.-rtadhis the abore .book Us reading .was greete< applaiue and request V. maRer eallsi for some eiplana -te' ftfereila ot .the tuslnei of "the In the way of gettln In the Incraw fax returns. Tne send 'lo paying further P. Anderson. He u n nufie tof-Hs tBggUnlte rM': Mr. e: been seriously 111 for several weeks, rapidly recovering. Pane, Collegiate Institute, ilh an bonor roll ot at least 8 of whom died iu the war, may rect a first-class gymnasium In mem- ry of their heroes. Albert a farmer residing near. Dutton, committed sui- Ide by hanging nlmself In his bam. Je was a bachelor, about 40 yeara t age. He telephoned a neighbor armer to come over and see a sick horse. When Ihe neighbor arrived it lite bam' found the man dead, hanglng'by a rop'e'.from a ralter. The Quebec legislative assembly etrack from the Quebec Cily bill tlie clause providing for tha extension of the term of mayor and aldermen from two to three years. An amendment proposed by L. A. Cannon, member for to increase j ;the mayor's indenifiity trom ind pay an'iidemn'ity of WOO lo the aldermen also.'de- trwnt npeaMr very forclH recounted fhe .work performed by 111 farmers'" 'iri: betterln markelins .They had m very determined opposition In the efforts to get Justice for Ihe farmo In selling their produols but were co quering Ihe difficulties and making a SUCCCH of both the selling.of grains and'live" slock as buying' 'and'-' distributing menta atid 'supplies. ,ni..... Uon to 'what ie will 'Vs calletl On to pay, on htt Incow, in the. spirit o! rhiipea f _____of a fdn aA "lift, fhe.; of ;y _____ would .compel to. talk of the league.de- 'Mroylng the prlnclplD cf tlie Moriron bul lo our mind, It merely T.Rieins an erteMioB .of.the principle. The United Slalw engaged In the to it uid, to "Hake the world If O. H. [er conlal not frank let liicome lat return ,.told at the er conu the JOOTW fact the M Ib) letter rettrrei til'lobVs as! If Ilie-ptiit and tho Income rs.x off'tcre Irrten thorn are IndnlelnK I" lie Ka'ri" of wlial la known ns badminton the letler laSing the plucc of Hie shut- UM.ock that In banilk-d hither ami lliilher. Imple Biua any He appealed for the fostering and maintaining of lhat spirit of co-opera Ion and loyalty to their own organ- rhlchywoiild ,ln tlae bring tvcji srealer j-rwiefile't'b''IMS ,pro- Biiceri on praWet Ihah they had yet thought of, and by organ- iiafloBViWiaMe wbrk and eternal vig- ilance could justice be enforced for their tj- Stott Ida Brown gave a duet very' acceptably to all Kt. of Barnwtll who one of' the' general directors of th. L'. r. A. for Alliena, next addressee lire meeHllf. omplisslrfng Hie ohl mot In displayed uiion the from of Ihi rnslrutn. "In Union Thnrc Strenglh. Tho in Aldcrta w.i's In? cm keep up with their stndiet J. T, TVheeier, proprietor Queen's Hotel, Nananee, Ont., fii Dr. Ceo. Hi Berry, a practising ph ed and costs for havlag 100. Uclan at Wrttport, ot whlaksy on bis An Wife of Man Dmntaaed Friday Was Set at Ufcerty Saturday (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, March On Friday Ihe Jury returning a verdict of ot guilty in Ihe caae ot B. Wright. u. Wright waa placed in the alurday morning Uw Jndge reftnoa o hear the case any fnrther, and ihe was given her liberty. which has been M welcome for tha ast tew days, took cold at p.m. on Thursday evening, when the thermoB- ter dropped to eight below, Frwni'r'lu The 'flu which haa keen for some time in the Ardentllle rict resullcd Monday In Mrs. P. Stapleton, she had a few days. She learea a anf three small children to mown her An Old Irrlgallon Delegates to the lion to he held in nlng March 13, -wr------r Board ot Trade. SeretnTof farnir cra eipect lo all '.Ww speak In favor of trrlaatioa tor.. company was and plans prepared" Iw land frun Scots Ihe Belly anJ work was dono unaet.s f J, B. BriEtit, C.'.-B.'f nglneer al be made to nd ntlllze wort! Into'the The during the'wrtk" OOD-BYE, DOLLAR ifeal ont of with that belong, tt yttr It. rahM with yt. aad Tlic Inlantl HeVenuV' will cmtioai! lax Far fur the extra c.mge hnywfd without InK r-fffclfvn enawininn for the BMII iinjunu __i_. MM ertiig of our agrlculwral welfare and CD cheuuei, orftrt, ..d'tle "Der.loxnent Dollar." The "pollar. It help. rtnt-me. lei irt hometown bollillrg for ui our neli rta. .wpawaiy mgtt, ;