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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T1IR I.ETHMHW.B DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. MARCH 15, J9U) Ictbbribge XctDbrtfcie, BlbcrU t OA1LY AND WEEKLY ftntf ING COMPANY, LIMITED JBt >W. 'ftaiideot tat Jlaujgtos Director Toirance Business Manager isie bail, but when 10 dei conditl spirit very much Akin to .ho woU' iu the lable of (lie wolt auJ ihe Uusb. U is tu bo hoyeJ that spirit pf the northern members ia very much exaggerated and that list in i particular beiieiii cwau ;t will view. aatl, but when t'.iett ;ivt iiu-lincil AAI fl my Ihf iwssiWlliIi's similar j I 111 UM y I Itlons lo the south they stunv (JVLi I LUilt Vi) DEFt !E OF Ml LEADER h OTTAWA. Marvh Coiiliuulsij jlrciut, Col. Pet-k toiiurkM tliat news tiiaijhfs from travels exiraordin-mly fast amongst TELEPHONES 'UlUrUI Office 1244 OLE HANSON. MAYQR'OF.SEATTLE' Ol'? Hanson, the itia.U'r of who thrvAihsd seurra! st the xoast icily and ;hrone, foj., k, V.O.. M.P.. ssid in the House today: few aiter Sir Arltiur Curae i was at liis beside 10 Uiquiit about bU [sickness HiiJ to ccrutn f lions and saiil to hlui: ilu- men aud it auy uf tr.e tbiuss had lhat Qen. Hugbos talked Libout tliey would soon hear about It Canadian ssid, gel your number so tiutck yon luvtn'l a leg to stand on. It that in might vrish lo deliver a sinu-itot.k you would have heard it S blow. could tig it. we might I by giher means thiu ihroujh ihe elo- ,_.__ _ ,--------------'-.utfiLce honorable member for fame (or himself, is of Norwegian des- "iellvcr a oruihiiis blow for revenge. o( v, L...... .t.. i., I bui the lisllcy of rorcuie is not vvorX ictoris." cent. No worker that t, not a dm- ajojae tut a ihoroughsoing democrat, j currie saW thai he was sii-k for he has given evidence ot his -rav- and horrilled at the bosses of the Col. Peck said that he advised wiih his battalion-. on nhal day. and took five but they never fired Otllr, Dates of flipiry o! subscriptions ap- juir 1allr on address label. Accept- ot rapers eiplralloa date it authority to continue the. sub- SIR SAM HUGHES ITWISTED UP AGAIN There isn't much leli o{ Sir ll'lusbea' speech in the House of Com: JUODS. It was a dud shell. He made ianother speech to an Orans? Sng at Woodstock, Ont.. L dud. too. He said tiere; I "Yes, every Canadian' wBo fousht at Si. Julien had ft .Ross rifle, aod iranadiaa ammupitfon. The) ..stood, iheir while the .VorSs and Iheir Lee-En- fields and 'rihT because they tad ammuniKOQ; on the third day tome of tvc- been-slftnf In I of. the north ut .li aaj of (heiUlMtlls nat iW rhat it; gains. In liie same spirit ti :eat of the hotel, giving it personal j, of Vorlck. "of aoet excellent fancy." just about de- cribes: Sir Sim Sir Sam Repeats It Sir Saw "On the contrary, mean Arthur Cqrrle, and will take upervisioo. Those who partlcipate.11 opportuolly of saying so IB were, besides the guest of honor, O. li- Brown, Messrs. W. R. JlacKay, os. S. Low, b. n. Duce._H. H, Ocktv. 1 OS. S. Low, L. K. Duce. H. H. j ot to conti F. H. Duce. W. H. Dace.S. D. I.-D. Gaboon and R. Knovrltoa. j "May I of the honor-1 'Mr. Leroy'Duce acted as master, of fable Sir Sam Hufk- eremonies, and a'ter parlakins of j cs. "Is il Col. John A. he bounteous repast, he slated the should Alte because of the msiness friends present bail decided misdeed of "another, "and not have hEs D jive a slight token of remembrance o the guest ot honor; one -that, as CH. that he-did not as being a "reminder" of his .v.'iih to enter any discussion many friends, might also make ihe in- "ember ol the bouse, ana would Ml urpnse or all present, 3Ir. j sonie things he Tcnew and certain TCO- Impressive speech; he W M (hc d .ttit made s not known iut he refe acquaintanceship eBini Jail Is filled up with bool- en. LeUibridse is not tbe onlj wiera certain ot the community atflioted with an iilioit thirst on eaion to make the bootlegteri' oiling'worth while in a commercial nw. The. tootleKer enterprise In puts anything ol the kind in Btbbridge in tbs shade. "He had eent copies fa letter advis- g that towns should not be attacked ronUJIy, but surrounded) to Generals roch tad Haig. and U was noticeable that it wzs jent tbo Allied ts pursued the policy of and palii of heir advance rather than taking them by t rental advance." .So said Hoghes wben he spake In' the Hoare of So you wfll underetaad now that tbe war was won br "the tactics o: Gen. Sam. He genius who directed Focli PIlT .toil Sim's great qualities arc only recognized by himself. DORA, (is Inllla letlera ia Dftmct Of tte Real Act In the Old Country, WM a young lady who nnporular in the restrictions the act enforced, and was ranch talk ed Wxral. we (n Alberta have now rol jfcmetriinj the namsot a yonng lady to talk about. This Is IDA.rep sjiilng the Initial letters in the 1r rigalion' Development Association illo Dom was unpopular overseas Ma is joint to be popular here Here's health In a cup of good col' irrigation wsler to Ida who has jus been Jnlrodyced to public notice. Bcnjsmin Franklin once saM: 1 confers that there are several parts of this Constitution which I do not present approve, but 1 am not sur who had aeteil discreditably on the j firld of battle. There was only one i other man iu the Canadian army with I D. A- Hosgirth, principal of Tim- this name Vnd sufficiently high rank [rains' publtc school, died from a par- to be contused with Col.-'Currie, but, alytlc stroke. He was buried at his old if Sir Sam had another man than the leader of tbe Canadian corps in mind, he VhouM coma' out like a maa acd tell it was.' home at Ayr, Ont- Tiia late Jame.5 Dutfield, ot London, Ont., left an estate of over a million dollars. It all'goes to the widow end children. Harry CousUey, G.T.R. agent Uttersoa, Ont, Wiled by a train. If this -ame originally from New Bruns- nue I fie- Trick. ilways had the greatest ,i i a i hich had ;Tipenc4 chanbter ot ar nto a very deep friendship'for Mr. Sani Hughwr'feoutlhuftd Col.: Peck. Jrown as time passed br. and they had 1 uas never one 0( these vrho thought hetn more closely associated. He the honorable ecntleraan had valued highly this friendship, and a hundred thousand dollars out appreciation of U was only enhanced of Ihe Ross rillo, hut 1 think the Elate >y tbe deep regard for duty that Mr. Brown was showing in accepting the call of his church lo leave his busi- ness and go abroad to labor for the of humanity. He knew that a man's heart must he in such a work or he could not make the sacrifice lhat such a step required. He ex- pressed the wishes of all present for its unbounded success in this voyage and subsequent labors for the good of others. .Mr, Jos. S.'Low fo] to we'd in a more humorous vein, and while wishing all good things for Mr. Broivn in his work, fie also hoped lhat no "accidents" would befall him stick as Iheir ex- periences together had sometimes wit nesstd. Mr. .'With teeliog. nienla which he" has made are un- worthy of Turning to the" recent riots in Kng- demobilization camps, Col. Peck saiu that probably were much eiaggerated, You could not, he said, gel several thousand fnll-hlo-oded men together without, having them (rani- gres-- the military law which is Terr n.uch stricter iban ordinary civil law. WhoT his own regiment left many, even the Germans had cheered the] a. ST. KILDA NEWS (Frmn OOT ST. KH.DA. March weather for thfe past ten days has been some- thahklng the donors for the gift which; thing like vrlnlcf, for it has been to would, he hoped, enable him to keep below zero, and with between'10 them all reminded of. his whereabouts i and 12 Indies ot snow. Dut. alasl the and doings. He was not going to Ms! farmers c-: tins district feel assured of work a stranger lo the counlrjo- Hsia bumper crop for 1919.' people, as he had -iilrearty spent sc-v-j Tlie mails running between Coutts eral years on a previous mission lo! and Aden have been delayed, some on New Zealand and the aarh breed account ot the roads being ijiotketl Maoris. He locked forward with pleaa-! with Enow, but they are setting urable anticipation to nieeJing many led now. former acquaintances. Ills heart was j School opcntd in the West certainty In (his rail to work for Hie Schodl'Dlstrlcl. No. 2717. on 3 enlighimcnl.of others, hul I a large attendance, for c-iine never forget ihe exptc'sElo'ns of kb.cily! month tern, from these good at A._A. Murphy ami family home. vls'itoVi at Ihe hom6 of Mr. President Wood and lady entertained R, Rowoe'a few last weefc; Mr. and Drown on ft'ert'Fi'es-l W.Vilutcliinson. who. has hteifi.In day evening at.liieir beautiful homt in j Saskatcbewon during .the winter the of town. A few laet week to iake and relatives of the last-named Ms as farmer iri.lhls present and wished the soon lo- j district for the be missionary a most successful career iu this great undertaking. The bishopric of the Cardston 2nd Ward also made up a party of frientla and neighbors on Monday evening EASKU March M.__The Bavarlr the 10th Inst., and ipent a very en-! central council has Issued a state- Joyable time with .Mr. Brown and men! declaring Us rleslre for compKto family at his residence, from 25 lo socialization, according lo advices MOVE TO SOCIALIZE SAXONY AND BAVARIA idarine that the Oriental was a eulmeut to Canada, roembers of lha Ireat association in passed resolution ask- ed to bring about unity betwitn races ling Ihe government to prevent turth-Mn Canada, Is mentioned as a nosslblo 1 er tmmigtanU ot tbis clan for a per- Liberal candidate to fill the vacancy lod of 20 years. Three In Sarnla. found guilty of being "hold-up were the pen. One constable lets shot and serious. ly wounded when police from puelph were worsted In a fight with M. S. A. Major G. W. Barber, V.C., D.S.O., M.C., of Dmirphln, Mm., is to Iry to flT across tbe Atlantic in May. Ho downed more than fifty enemy air- Individual import eiport licens- es for the colonies, possessions and protectorates of Great Britain, France, Italy, Belgium and Japan .will no long- er be required. H. Moore, former secreretary Boys and girls employed In Otla-'va messengers by Ihe C. N. W. graph Company won their fight foi- two and one-half cent rate on all sages, and the strike came tin end. Windsor Fair Price has been trying to find out why milk in lhat city should be 17 cents a quart. Iter. James R. Black, formerly of Kingston, and for some years editor of the Kingston News, -has been ap- pointed to the staff of tbe University ot Saskatchewan. Louis A. Valee, chief engineer and ct In the nuullc works anil labor department, of tbe province of Quebec, and engines: the public utilities commission, is dcail _ ___ _ ___. of Canadian Northern and .after a long illness, [to, was 67 years author of "The a-book ANGUCAN St CyprUaii Clurck 11tn Street IH Thinys Sunday School and Blbto ClMK al 12.15. The Christian Men's aetts .In tho main auditorium, orery afterrtoon al 3 p.m. Al 7.30 p.m. Snbject: sablc in Religion." Tbe ofdlaance of Bjpll.i.ii will he idmlnlitered the evening Song service at 7.15. "SoftTH LETrttRIOOl ftOtPuT t, .J. Hnlflin, 1Z71 N. Ptwne 1M Choir Leader, Mrs. F. Jackson J 10 a.m.: Mornlag in tie churcl 16 ot the School IB the Hall. i H a.m.: Man's Eij- PRESBTTEEUN KBOX Chink Comer 4th Ave. and till 8. Rev. Cant. A. M. E. F. Layton, orjanlst and choir leader 10.00 a.m.: AU. departments'of !hu Sabbsth School. 11.00 a.m.: Beginners and en departments. }V 11 a.m.: Morning Services. 1Z.30: Big Sisters' class. 2.UO p.m.: nig Brothers' class. 4.0Q p.m.: Chinese class. 1.30 p.m.: Evening Services. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETV Mull Mil 11 aJn. 9.0HUT Sctfort' sonVetiM at "the oi the Sunday mWning service. CveiHiM, Twtrmiar Primarj D4 a-hlch f but found o once thoiiglii that Sir Til people '4ke the people I vtufiring ti'.s fllnfiet. Dig men if the north-la fcmk on -propels whtclr! enouirh to changn ilmlr irrinds Ts au fcfapipli mlgiil ksf'p in a reiolutioti asking for K. 1'itciier, .'cijo'r- H. Ii ,j Jalizallou of Saiuny, bu nd br, Scolt H. Urran, brolli- j.ciJt.l by the Tiavaiian central roiicll Mmrn. to' mm cornDiiiriicatioti wllhtjlhe Saion govcinincnl and propcut, that experts on instilullons be' lo IMauen. SnxonyL n benerit Ihem ami incfdenlally the province. wanl-'of tjlslrjcia t'ocrc is no fot Sir Thomas might very, well hia vieivn on tho tariff. He woulil IJB (Wraeiljn thl.j uf the. IMic we're so. tin oi tho guest of honor, i.'N'. V.'. Tow-ner. s. Williams Archlbalil an.l H. Folsom. rt' Mr. anrl Mrs. ilrown responded, nx- nl preying Iliey felt (or 'his manlfGsiailcn of by those wore they Iride 1 of tbe SoaMr Bckool to the hall. 2 o'clock: Ofrli' Dept. pf Sunday School In Ihe cbcrcti. 3.15: Adull 9, In Iho churco. 7.16: Song Hymn Mr. Robert Johnston will Topis: Lwr o( n. %on I to I MMs .mihor vit Chrtstlaa Setean Utentfn jpay rMd, or le cordially liTtKx) to r; tend the efeoret Tlstt tha mdlnt room. THE 1'nrccnlwie of members of urTlonVtm'prnployed at the enrt ol Jsn- t.-ir ilial had cnmeluary, m Jui1 reported by the Depirtt n ihcm i-nablins .lliPin to fulfill this rncnl I.aimr. ju TMllmony even IS.l ou Dccomber 31.TSI5. 4M at S o'clock. Speaker: johlt Sunday School W p.m I. 0..0. a! It j Sunday Schcol issenhlen close of pervlce. WiHk with p.m., BJJ> ChrtetUii Cksrck dr. iti Ave. Mh M. 1 OlUtr L. Curtis, Street South Ktt Bible School at 10.30. Rach one CTBanti one. Come. Preachfpk at. Sakject: "Qoeifel versn PWIotophv." j 45 In the evening: Cnrtatlan