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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD R 1031 THt LITHBRIDQC HIRALO miNTINO COMPANV. LIMITID I tth L.tfSrUgt, AIMrtl W. A. BUCHANAN Director JOHN TORUANCB Munafor Audit ot CircUlatlenl tn FUtti: Dally, per -25 Batty, by mall. yeur............ Dolly, br Hir 6 montha........ -i by mail. 1 WMkly, by mull, Mr 1 kv per to U.B... ALMftTA'8 BUDGET The estimated currant revenue at tbe Province exceeds the ordinary ex- penditure for the year 1921 by the ot This is sufficient in JUelf to solidity the reputation as to credit which Alberta gained, establishes confidence both within unit without While the statement of the Prorin- Treasurer as to expenditure and revenue, was an interesting and very edifying .communication, much more of Interest was the information he In respect to the wealth of the Province in its tarm and coal pro- dacts, more particularly in reference to the latter that the value of these almost equalled that of the mineral products of British Columbia for the previous year. Considering the reputa- tion that the mineral wealth of the emit province has, the comparison is an exceedtngiv favorable one as It re- flects on Alberta. If there has been any inclination on the part of some to lose faith in the future ol Alberta, the statistics pro- duced by the Provincial Treasurer will to far to drive away pessimism and to strengthen optimism. With proper development there is a great future held forth is the baby province of the Dominion, and what been already achieved gives the certain earnest of possibilities of which we in this generation can hard- ly realize. It has to be remembered that tha wealth ot Alberta which has to far been brought to light has been produced under circumstances which can hardly be callad favorable. With the coming into being of development .policies such as irrigation and means for extending our coal markets, there ia much to make even those who are Inclined to be despondent sanguine in retard to the future. to future prosperity of the Do- alnlon Alberta is bound to play a very Important part. hare assets here which we do not .realize, and when we have official statistics ot the natnre disclosed by the Provincial Treasurer it leads to the process of rubbing our eyes to come to the knowledge that they are realities and not fancies. The information given out in the Budget cannot hut ba grati- fying. It Implants confidence and en- courages hope, if only each one will do his sharo to help .in bringing -the Province more speedily than It would otherwise do to that state of prosperi- ty to which its assets will lend them- We have In the Province a rich heritage, which, if properly used and carefully administered, will make It more than a Land of Promise. This is something worth knowing through the facts which have brought that knowledge. been from borrowings. In January and February tho tax collections only amounted to and unly the sum J16.000 was held to a ilnlH-nture debt payment due this month. The moral of Transcona Ii that it becomes an obligation ou all taxpay- ers to pay in their taxes, and further to take an interest in and do their share as part ot a civic duty to keep tho city in which thoy live and arc interested in on an even financial keel. In this respect there should be co-operation between tho city hall and tho ratepayers ot the city. The CHI- zens of I.cthbridfe have to congratu- late themselves that financially the city is not as some others are, but cannot be always guaranteed unless the obligation ot meeting tax payments Is fully recognized, coupled with that lively interest among citi- zens which mskcs for good city gov- ernment. SELLING THE WEST INDIES Two Senators of the United States have approved publicly the proposal You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How cama "Hold the tort" to be immortalixed as a phrase? 2. What is the orlitin of the phrase "By hook or by 3. was the Cape of Good Hope originally called? 4. How came "Stonewall" to be applied to General Jackson? 5. How does the strawberry get its name? 6. What are Sumptuary laws? SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS What is a Polyglot? What is the Vulgate? How large is the tunny fish? What is the full name of the explosive known TNT? 5. Where .were the first telegraphs ever constructed lor commercial use laid down? 6. When was the tint sleeping car made? ANSWERS 1. A work that contains the matter in several- languages. H is more particularly used to denote a copy of the Holy Scrjptures in which to negotiate a transfer ot the British two or more translations are given, OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Bonds of the City of Lethbridge can today be bought to bear interest at the rate of per cent.. To tho investing citizens of Lethbridgo there is an appeal in this apart from the sentimental view. To invest ia the securities of one's home city shows "a faith and a confidence In it, and be- tokens, particularly in these days, a much to'be desired public confidence, which means a very great deal. The investment in home securities of the nature of the City- of "bridge bonds is a good thing In itself] outside the business aspect of the; 'matter, in that it creates that well needed interest in one's own civic i affairs. In this respect alone the in- vestment commends itself. A spur to the encouragement of wise handling of civic affairs by those with whom for the time being the re- sponsibility is placed Is the live inter- est of citizens. When we from time to 'time road of experiences which take place in other municipalities we are reminded that there is much to be gained In interest taken and attention given to civic affairs .especially in the way of voting on money by-laws, in which, unhappily, there is much apathy shown by the ratepayers at large. It waa only on Saturday that we read of what has befallen (lie town of Transcona, in which it has been found necessary to ask the Government of Manitoba to r.ppolnt an administra- tor. There Is this significant fact that the total outstanding taxes were 400, and to carry the town through to Ue end of the year, the snm of waa needed. The whole financing tf the town, even to the paying of the salaries, appears to hare West Indies to the States by Great Britain in cancellation of or set-otf against the British debt to that coun- try. This proposal has not been received with enthusiasm in England, says the Chicago Tribune. "National pride." it coniinues, "always opposes giving up territory and we must make allow- ance for this natural sentiment. Per- haps it is so strong, at this time that Int precludes hope- that any British government would dart to make the deal in spite of the common sense which supports It and the substantial benefits which Great Britain would derive from it. "But It the proposal Is impractica- ble at thta time it does not follow that it always will be. was a time during the war when the ex- change would have been possible, and at some future time circumstances will favor It. even though it may not seein acceptable to the British popu- lar mtnd at this moment. "The benefits both to Great Britain and" the United States derivable from this transfer are, In our opinion, so substantial and far reaching that the proposal is certain eventually to win. Tho sooner the .better for both coun- tries." When one reads views such as those eipratsed by the Chicago paper, the thought that cannot but come uppermost to the mind is the callous bargaining Involved which gives consideration to the people of the West Indies. It implies that they are to be regarded as so many goods and chattels to be passed from ons owner- snip to another. This is the'day of democracy and of democratic princi- ples. The very country to which the Chicago Tribune and the Senators who wish to auction off the people of the West Indies belong want into the war "to make democracy safe." Fur- ther the principle of the self-deter- mination of nations Is a principle which the world war has established. Apart from the feasibility or the prac- ticability of the scheme proposed, the first and the foremost action neces- sary is to enquire whether the people of the West Indies desire any such change ot flag as has been proposed for them by the Senators and advo- cated by the Chicago paper. They are at least entitled to an expression of with or without the original. 2. The Latin translation of the Bible, which has the official authority ot the Roman Catholic Church. 3. From '4 feet to 20 feet in length, and sometimes weighing half a ton. Trinitrotoluol: 5. By and Cook on the London ar.d Birmingham and Great Western Railway, in England. 6. By George M. Pullman, in 1850. KGET Presented By Brotherhood to ThoM Members Who Served in the Great War (From Our Own Corrwpondunt) CRANBROOK, March An ex- tremely interesting gathering was held by the local lodge of the Broth- erhood ot Railroad Trainmen In the Masonic hall here on Wedheada? ev- ening, when the members of the lodge who had tervei in the war were pre- sented wKh the tervlce medal prepar- ed by the brotherhood for Us veteran members. According to Mr. J. Beaton, who presided, the B. R. T. has a total mem- bership of close upon two hundred thousand, of whom over thirty thous- and are in Canada. The W. A. ot the B. R. T. has about forty thousand mem- bers enrolled in some four thous- and being In Canada. About 1S.OOO members ot the order enlisted for war service, over eight hundred of whom lost their lives, while close upon a mil- lion dollars was paid oat from the brotherhood funds in death or disabil- ity claims arising out of the war. Seven members ot the Cranbrook lodge were killed or died from the effects ot war service, and at least fifteen others enlisted, out of a mem- bership of eighty-live. Those who made the supreme sacrifice wen Messrs. A. P. Armstrong. J. Cameron, H. Deacon, W. L. McGregor, G. P. Mc- Donald and O. W. Pollard. Nine of those who went through war service were on hud to receive their medals on Wednesday, those being Messrs. F. Doodson, B, Gammer, R. X. Hartnell, BRANTFORD, Mar. dispatch IH. j. L. T. D, 1C. on Friday night from Syracuse which declared that the Six Nations Indians, located on a reserve 10 miles from Brantford angered by compulsory en- franchisement, would return to a United States in New York state, where the other body of the Six Nations still reside, came as sur- prise here. "That is absolutely de- clared Gordon Smith, superintendent Six Nations reserve near here, after reading the dispatch. "In the first place there are not 4600 Indians on Six Nations' reserve." He suggested that the story came in a around about way and jthat In- cRans in Syracuse had received it I highly colored alter passing through many hands. CANADIAN FARM EXPORTS MUST BE KEPT Linn, C. Ratcllffe and G. S. Others who also saw service from the local lodge were Messrs. G. Cam, F. B. fox, P. J. Oongeon, R. C. Praetor, A. W. P. Taylor and H. W. Wood. The B. R T. medal bean on the face the following inscription: "For Ser- vices in the World War, for Liberty for Freedom of the Nations." There are two figures depicted, repre- senting the angel ot peace welcoming the returned soldier back again. On the opposite side is the following wording: "Presented by the Brother hood of Railroad Trainmen to Its mem- bers who gave their service to their country for the sake of Democracy and the uplifting of The actual presentation ot the medals waa nude by Lleut.-Col. C. Kuagerford Potlem, ot this city, and aitong those who were to short addnesHi wen Dr. F. W. Green, honorary president of tht G. W. V. A.; J. Lunn, president of the G. W. V. the mayor, Mr. 3. A. Genest, and Rev. R. W. LM, pastor of the Methodist Church. There was also a musical program during the evening, and some dancing. HAMILTON. Mar. H. S. Arkell, Dominion livestock commis- sioner, addressing the agriculture section of the chamber of commerce here Satmtf ay, urged upon the farm-1 while a banquet was also served by era tho necessity of detailing their the Ladles' Auxiliary, competitors In the export market, and seriously in its export since the j war. Other countries were now sup-; plying the agriculture products which Canada should be supplying, Com- j missioner Arkell said. "Canada's prosperity depends upon ability to increase its export trade! in agriculture he said. I MACLEOD WILL HAVE BATTERY UNIT; MAJOR METGE IN COMMAND WONT POM WHEAT POOL CHARTIH URNA, MM.; tat a chtrtM ttt Ue pro- whtat wlU be defer- red mill the wtt aeaslon ot the Baakatchiwaa teflslatin, according to Hot, Lam tor, vtoa-mtMent Ue Baikal- chewan Elevator company aid member of the special wheat marketing com- mlttee of the Canadian Coancll ot Agriculture. AIDED PROPOSALS LONDON, Mar. allied su- preme council this afternoon handed the Greek and Turkish delegations in London the propoaala It has form- ulated an baala.of aattlement with a view to the establishment of police in the Near East, an outline of which haa already ben pnbllahed. The wen told that the allies prepared to facilitate the admis- sion of Turkey Into the League of Nations on condition that they be liven proof of the rwdlness of the Turks to execute the treaty as modified. The were aaked to recognize the tight of the Turkish Armenians to a national home on the eastern fron- tier of Turkey and to agree to accept the decision of the ap- pointed by the League of Nations on questions of territory to hie transferr- ed to Armenia for thla purpose. The Turks protested against the maintenance of a Greek garrison in and recalled that they had accepted the propoeed commission for Eastern Thrace. .The Turkish del- egates cast on Greece the nipontlbll- Ity for delaying peace. It la under- stood they will lay the allied propoa- ala before the porte In Con- stantinople and the Nationalist! in Angora. Mr. Lloyd George aald the new pro- posals must be examined as a whole without reference to previous pro- posals. FIVE DEAD IN BAD (From Our Own Correspondent) I MACLEOD, Feb. the past week. Col. D. B. Spry, and Major Eaton visited Macleod and completed the formation of the 93rd Battery FIRE IN RICHMOND Canadian Field Artillery. The folio ing officers were appointed: Major S. RICHMOND, Va.. Mar. are known to be dead, two are missing Metge, Capt. O. Scougall, Lieut'. R. Barnes, Lieut. F. Walsh. Majo- aud over a score injured, as the re- has had this In hand for some suit of one of the most destructive time, and had over seventy on the list fires in this city in years. Four of the five dead were members of the and have no dif- ficulty getting the number required. Taber Finances In fine Shape Come Throvfh Tear With Sir- Bios -Sthoo! Board State- meat Well (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, auditor's fin- ancial statement for the'town ot Taber just a total celpta at about for the year, and expenditure at about As- sets are listed at odd, with surplus 'assets over liabilities at about J13.000. Town property not in- cumbered .by debenture debt 432.45. The waterworks had a deficit of about The statement of the Taber school district shows total cost of operation at with repayment to hanks of and balance of about Assets are stated at odd, and liabilities. U, F. O.-LABOR CANDIDATE FOR SOUTH WELLINGTON opinion, however the merits of the appeal to back draft cauaed an CIplo9ion whlch sale of the islands may those who, aa compared their inhabitants, are disinterested parties In the deal proposed. As the guest of honor' at a dinner, given at the anil of last ironti by tbe Engineering Institute of Canada at Toronto, President of tne C. P. R., made the following interesting reference to the Lethbridge viaduct when he paid a tribute to the engi- neering profession: "The third inter- esting undertaking was the construc- tion of the Lethbridge viaduct, a steel trestle of 67 spans on steel towers and concrete substructure. Its length is slightly over a mile and height over two-thirds its length, 800 feet. It is unique in two features in that its fire department. they were on the I Application has been made for the roof of a building adjoining a six- Hudson's Bay Co. store, for an armory 'and stores. They have in view anoth- er building for the guna that are to arrive late.. Two evenings a week for drill are planned, and an annual camp at some central point where tbe provincial forces will meet for two weeks regular training. blew out the wall between the two buildings and crumpled the roof of the adjoining building. The firemen were thrown to the street, being bur- ied beneath the debris. REV. W. A. LEWIS LEAVES MACLEOD LAST OF JUNE (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, March W. A. FRENCH TAX RECEIPTS SHOW BIG DEFICIT PARIS, Mar. receipts for February were francs, which was francs belo' Lewis pastor of the Methodist church, jthe estimate. The biggest deficit con- announced that the last Sunday in to 'a the tai on June would be his last Sunday as pas-, turnover, which yielded tor of the churcli in Macleod. Every-, franos instead ot the expected one speaks of the great and good: ooa ?00 work done by this man and. Macleod will lose a 'good citizen, when leaves. The past week has been snow, over registered opped f and altogether it has been i The prevailing slackness in busl- no ness also was shown by the falling In customs collections and the sugar 0( I tax. Other taxes particularly for the RACE RIOT IN SPRINGFIELD Height is nearly twice the height ot' The the Royal Bank Building at the corner weather. uf King and Yonge Streets and that its construction eliminated ovor five miles of distance, many degrees ot gpRINTGFTELDi Ohio, March curvature, and 20 wooden bridges us- Springfield was" quiet this morning fol- gregatiug three miles la length, some lowing a night of disorder In which of them over 100 foot high. The weight i one policeman and a negro 'twelve inches having been registration of deeds and Jitlei, and up to Saturday morning. the amount received for documentary mornng. ow rpro stamps eiceeded the estimates. The owera francs. of steel used in its construction was tons and the cost approximate- ly one million and a half." Whether the advance of the Allies into the Ruhr district will cause the Germans to rue tho day they started the war, might be a pertinent ques- tion. PAYNE RESIGNS WASHINGTON, Mar. Barton Payne Is understood to have presented his resignation aa director-general of the rail- road administration to Prenident Hardlnfl. Mr. Payne was appoint- ed director-general soon after he became secretary of the interior. wounded in an exchange of shots be- tween police and negroes. Three com- panies of Ohio national .guardsmen, consisting of 150 officers and men were on duty today with headquarters at the city hall. Machine guns were mounted at tho county ,fail and the militia men are under arms, ready to answer riot calls. HARDING APPEALS FOR RELIEF FOR CHINESE TORONTO RECTOR DIES TORONTO, Mar. Dr. Dan- nls Joseph McBride, iged 33, rector of St. Michael's cathedral, this city, died this afternoon from nravmlc poison- ing. He conducted masses in the cathedral this morning. CANADIAN FISHING VESSEL AND CREW LOST WASHINGTON, March ap- peal to the people ot the United States "to do everything In their power" to- ward Urn relief of famine conditions In China wan issued today by President i Harding. Mr. Harding declared that although the United States had already given liberally to the relief commit- tee, the fund still was entirely inad- equate for the KETCHIKAN, Alaska, Mar. received hen Saturday indicate that the Canadian fishing Teasel Not- lad, missing from Prince Ru- pert. B.C., since early In Feh- ruary, wrecked, according 4 to the report, no waa found of the craw. wreck Is believed to havli occurred M Prince of Wales Island. The Notiad left Prince Rupert wlU 4 a crew of four men. GUELPH, Mar. tives of the United Farmers of On- tario and the Independent Labor party, following a conference of rep- resentatives of these organisations, with Liberal representatives two weeks ago when the farmers and .labor men refused to join with the Liberals in the next election In South Welling- ton, decided at a conference here Sat- urday to nominate a joint U.F.O.- Labor candidate. This decision Is con- tingent upon the two organisations In question ratifying the agreement which i> regarded aa probable. Capt. Walter B. Llnton of Moore- town, attending church with his wife, suddenly dropped dead of .heart fall- e AMERICAN TOPMOWEST Over 500 in Mat Month, Brought With Them >nd Efftcti WINNIPEG. Mar. hundred and forty-one American stttlera en- tering Canada between Port Arthur and the brought Into Western Canada during the past month U4I.CI4 It cash and. In effects, a total ot I317.M3, accord- ing to Thomis GaJley, Immigration commiMloner. With the heavy nmemect of settl- ers Into wett during the latter part of March wealth from this source will exceed the past month's figures by many thousands, it Is free- ly predicted by Immigration and rail- road officials. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR T H BUST MAM BELLEVUE MOURNS DEATH OF S.NEWTON Pert Arthur breach of the Ontario Government Employment Bureau found Joba for MB men. Plant for a new bakery to cost are announced by the Neal Baking Co., of Windsor. Re.v. Canon A. Carlisle, of, All Saints' Ohuroh, St. Thomas, hu been appointed Juvenile Court judge. Wm. Spice, >en., aged 72, waa in. slattlv killed by a falling limb in hit bush, near Motherwell, Ont. P. a barter tn Sudburr, had his store burglariied tor the second in one week and .1260 In money and foods atolen. .wJ Fire which started In the home of N. Bailey, North Cobalt, destroyed three houses, and one family of 13 waa rendered homeless. Mrs. Elizabeth Radley, aged 98, and a resident of Chatham for more than 70 yearei passed away at her. home there. (From Owr Owa Cormpondent) BELLEVU1B, March Reid went to Calgary on Thursday evening to we the Blairmon-Leth- brldge hockey match. William Anderson who purchased the home of John Woyptka, hu moved hit family there on Friday. H. Barlasa made a busmen trip to Lethbrldie OB Friday. The death after a lingering Illness of Mr. Stephen Newton took place on Friday evening. Mr. Newton has been sick for some two years. He was af- flicted with consumption and has been a treat sufferer. He recently came home for the sanitarium at Calgary, but before going there he waa at a sanitarium at Qa'Appelle, Bask., and had shown slot of recov- ering, hut after returning home he seemed to ffo to pleoea very rapidly and on Friday the end ca.me. He is mourned by a mother and father, two sisters, one In New York, U. S. A., and one in Bellevue, two brothers, one In New York and one In Bellevue. The sympathy of the community toes out to the bereaved family, especially- to Mr. and Mrs. Newton, for'they have lost three sons In the laat two years, one, Joseph, killed at No. 2 mine, Bellevue, and Alfred, drowned at San Francisco, and now Stephen at Belle- vue. BuriaJ took place from the I. 0. O. F. ball oo Sunday afternoon. Ed. Bmbwrf la back In camp from nil hone In N. 8. Quite a nnraber of Bellevne (ana took in the hockey game between Oko- toks and Blalrmm on Tuesday. The dance given by the B. T. P. C. OB Friday night not a very big Work la to commence at once on the Federal Government's new ex- perimental (arm at Swift Current, General manager of Reading Rail- way system will meet 100 representa- tives of Its employees on March 15th to discuss the necessity ot wage re- ductions, effectivo. April 1. Retiring; U. S. cabinet officers, con- gressmen and other officials may move their private stocks of liquor from Washington after March 4th without fear of violating the law. A nail dropped by a carpenter on the stage ot Charlie Chaplin's plant at Hollywood, Cal.. wounded one ot the famous Cfcaplln feet, and will dis- able the comedian for one week, which is worth juit to him. The charge that Edward Tymeson, of Yonkers, N. T, wore the same overcoat for 20 years is being uaed as an evidence of eccentricity by rela- tives, who seek to break his will, which left his estate to two women not related to him. Discovery of a treatment that' will revolutionize the practice of medicine haa been announced by Clement Jeff- ery, M. A., diatingulshed British phys- ician. It consists of detecting by the appearance of the eyes, and IB called "Iridlagnosla." When John F. Heald, Bridgeport, Conn., broker, stepped off a train at Chicago on hia honeymoon he was arreated on complaint ot a cousin of the bride, who said Heald gave him a cheque for which was no good. A place at night is in her home with her husband, a New York magistrate ruled, when Jane Capaul- to brought her husband court charging him with dragging her out of bed In her mother's and tak- ing her home. PROGRESS EKOOT SHR kind Collar give Toon itvio thai dulen orovc bevonda. TOOKE [BROS. LTD sure to J that your v what is uftd iji nunufac- from (he 'Aty and the arc to retain through the lautvlrcinvt. thru MONTREAL TORONTO VANCOUVER MACDONALD f WALES ;