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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR .IE LKTllBRkKJE DAILY HERA1D MONDAY, MARCH She alberta DAILY AMP WEEKLY Pwprlttori and PubSUhtri THK HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED US 6th South, Lathbrldge W. A. Buchanan ana Managics Director 4hn Tarrjnet Business Mantue in strk'l confidence, and shut! nem be rovealeil lo Uie owners or officers 01' any publication reported upon, ox- cepi In such oases mid under such rosirictlons as may be authorized iu writing by tho said G. M. There is one ihiug ihat Mr, Mur- my omitted to lake note of iu infamous proposal. Ho hfis lail- I ed grasp the relaiion ot tho ad- jverlijier to the newspaper. He does I not regard it as n purely comnu-rcial j relation influenced by (he i principle ot value received ir. which the adve-rtiser hopes to sain from ad- IveTiisins- Thore is uo'hiug souti- 1 mental nor philanthropic IP. advertls- TELEPHONES uilnfM Office tiliodal Office ing iu a newspaper, any aiore than 1252 i there is anything sentimental or 1ZW j philanthropic in any other business I transaction. The value of au adver- j lisenieut iti a newspaper can only bo i measured by Ibe regard tbat a news- j paper is held iu the volume of ivs Mtmbtr Atdit Bureau ot Circulaiiornj readers. A newspaper's clientele can only assured by what it has to It Is its sole stock In trade h ii has to dcp'end ou. Subscription ftalei: delivered, per .16! offer. delivered, )W 7.501 A. II. Rygjr, President, and Other Officers Stouts Organized Bl'KllKTT. March was a crowded attendance last ov. the council room 'Utng annual meeting of the lloanl of Trade was Hceve Alec. Hamilton, the out- 'Kroin Our Own CorTftSoanfienO GUA.N'LEA, March Fred Penny returned from Seattle oii Fri- day where he has Jieen. spending the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fore are ou the sick list this week. Both are sulfer- i Ian from au attack of tho grippe. The Scott family are Improving ut- ter a severe of aad'pneu- moala. Mr. Uohl Carlson and Air. Hal motored to now Island on Thursday. Mr. George BalOur. who his heen visiting his parents at Protby, return- ed to his work at Calvary on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. 11. I'rowse visited at the home ot Mr. D. Carlson on Sun- day. Mr. A. Sprinkle nwde a business Mr. KvertU president, called the meeting again after Tbe futloiving officials were __ cd for the ensuing year, viz: Prosi-I dent A. 11. llygg; Vice-president., K. j Brown: Secretary. C. C. Yielding; j trip to Etzikoni on Monday. Lsngrlce Is .Hack of 'flu. around ly, mail, per year lo U.S. 2.00 of expiry of inscription ap- piir daily CD adiln-s? label. Accept- 6! papers after expiration diti our authority to the TO MUZZLE THE PRESS G. M. .Murray, lo have been it has to keep uu. To lose lhat repu- j mMfn of (ho Ution would be to lose an Invaluable 1 town and district wore dealt with. asset. To allow its editorial views among them the suite of the streets to be laid in the balance against its which require- lo ba attended to with- out delay. The members of the couii' formerly tjenera! Manager of ihe Can- adian Manufacturers' Association, holds a with regard lo the of Canada which betokens advertisement proceeds would be a sukidat policy, in that it would not long before H loses the confidence jcf its readers, All the advertisements n newspaper receives ivill not com- pensate it for selling its soui. Such a policy will rebound ou itseif and on the advertisers, iu ihe measure of value received, in the long run. No advertiser, Iu the value ha places on contorted and perverse esiimation I the honesty iu which he conducts Uis of the ethu'a of the viewpoint which scarcely U is a brings credit to Us author, in itul It is open lo tlie reflection that hu is judging ol'ners -by himself in his assuming, in he has that tlic press is venal. 'Tiarset ;i mont hly deals with Canadian busines1; and advertising, publishes in its March issue an article headed "Moxild- ing the 'Moulders of Public- Opinion. How a Safe aiul Sane can be! own business, will seek to coerce a newspaper as to the policy It should adopt. No newspaper which Is a news- paper in more 'han name and worthy of that name will stoop to pander lo the mere hopo of gain. This is false to tho principles which we confident- ly believe hold good with tho press as a whole throughout Canada. To be otherwise would be to sell its birihright for a mess of pottage. It Is.not by this means that the press iof Canada tbe civilized world has Secured for Canada by the Careful attained Ihe Influence and the posi- Shepherdlng of Advertising Patron- llon il holds at the Present lime. Mr. Murray himself accepls this power of the press when he seeks to use it and to deviate it from its rightful purpose by tbe base and mercenary means he suggests. The freedom of tbe press is a tradi- tion wbicb the press values. It is a freedom whicb has been lought for in- the same measure that the free- dom goes with democracy has been fought for and gained; press is the reptile creature M'r.' Murray would infer it would be a. traitor lo Itself, for tho honor of the press it may well and truly be said that It fully senses that unwritten law which It as an institution in its standing in age." This article makes known (.a the world the existence of a remark-' tble document from the, pen of G. Mj In introducing tbe document the Editor ot "Marketing" thus pre- sents it to its readers. ''Tbe accompanying article is the text of a booklet issued last October fcttd 'circulated very confidentially among Canadian manufacturers by !r. Murray. Obviously it was not for e publication. Secrecy e may be considered essential to the Biiccese of the project, and its dis- closure by Marketing may discount its effectiveness considerably, if not en- tirely. In went Marketing feel that it has rendered a service of' importance to the manufac- :as well as the publishers of The document comes forward with a plan whereby duress may be en- forced on a free press. The plan sug- BCBted by Mr. Murray is that "by the careful shepherding of advertising patronage the manufacturers who are desirous of tariff protection should en- deavor to secure practical control of Vne editorial .policy .of .influential Can- adian Mr. Murray has t-' very worldly view of how news- papers arc conducted, and tie shows HU amazing effrontery when he lays down that the editorial policy of news- who were present. promised to have the necessary work done at once and the Hoard of Trade promised to co-operate. The establishment of a Hoy Scout troop for tills town, independent of Bow Island, was heartily approved and a committee of man whoso sons are eligible was elected. Tills body undertook to take the matter up energetically and with the promising material at band there is no doubt but that Durdett will soon have a Iroop second lo ncne In Southern Alberta. Great satisfaction was expressed at the success of tbe O. P. K. boring for a flowing well ou the track and ihey were congratulated oti the success al- ready attained. Hope was expressed that the strong flow obtained will In- duce tbe company to extend then1 iic tivities at this point and that Burdetl I become tbe most important point between Letbbridge and Medicine Hat. (Continued from Front Pago.) Mr. Wood suii! lcompetlllun exists P 1A AICKED UP IN SSING Mr. Goes to Brandon and'Mr. Clark to Saskatch- Events IV'rotn dor 'MAGRATH, March regret! Tery much Ihe ot one at her esteemed citltens and popular business men, Mr. 0. A. G. Geddes, who for ;i number o( years has been ihe manager of the Bank of Montreal here. Mr. Geddes is being transfer- red to Urandon. Oil eirenluK a number of friends entertained at a luncheon held at a local cafe. anil Mrs. Clark letl on Wed- neBda'y for Saskatoon whero Mr, Clark has transferred and will be man- ager of a branch of the Royal Bank. .Mr. Clark was given a farewell party on Tuesday evening by a number of gentlemen friends The trustees of the Schoc! Board entertained the "teachers on Thurs- day evenhig at the liotne of Mr. aud Robert H. Bowes, K.C., wtUtrlr for West Toronto, dropped Rev. Father Murtach, partlh prlcit if Ont., Is dead. Rev. R. Stracfran. a Methodist lead. commercial world and is very c- All tho teachere and il developed! 'heir partners were present aud a destructive. How 1ms aau.icrmed Industrialism? Goods Pleasant evening was spent.'Mr. firsi made in the tame. Xo h" a of tlon there, or In Iho neighborhood, visits lo Sr-moa, has a larae collection therefore no co-operation was requir- ed. Uiter steam developed and a few men began to take advantage of the transportation fai-illlles. Hence tho factories put the competitive unit high- er, because one thousand times as much was' produced as the little man in tbe community produced. The solu- tion was operation. The speaker said lhat Iho Manufacturers' Associa1 lion of tody have blaicd Iho trail for civilization. They have organized their groups on an economic basis. That he said "is tbe safety of the' fut- ure Mr. Wood believed there Is no strength in the individual. Bui the unit must be raised higher. He said not more than five per .cent.-of the people are organized in Canada and tlie 95 uer cent, are governed by them. Therefore 55 per cent, are without strength. He quoted a philosopher as having said: "That an Impressive i thing strikes us as we look out on Burdetl starts m the year full of ufCi 6ttA see tmlt the. rule the optimism for the large amount of moisture already in the ground logtither witli the big area ot land practically ready for crop assure the tow'i aud district ot o- great start for a bumper season. There are openings in the town tor various. trades and several prospective set-1 Hers aro already looking tho ground over but there is still room for more. many." said Mr. Wood, "never existed a single minute in any place." We need the type tbat will last- The speaker thought that financiers WRENTHAM, 'March r- trice, to be treated by Dr. Mayo. Thej of souvenirs .and took flreat pleas are in (Diking of things, also sang A number of Sftmoan songx. Dainty refreshments were served by the ladies, .Mrs. Jensen was assisted by Mrs. Turner. Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. God- frey and >Mrs. Parkinson. The memberc of tha Msgrath Dram- atic society met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bennion one evening last week and spent a pleasant time. and games were ibe order ot the eve- ning and refreshments served. .Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Taylor and family have moved to Idaho where they expect to make their future homo. They sold their borne here to Mr. MHcbell Wyman. Mr. Ray Smith is In Idaho wfiere he Is finding suitable location to make a new home.. Mrs. Smith and cbil dren expect to leave soon. Miss Vera 'Babcock has accepted a position in King Bros, store, Raymond Miss Ririe entertained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Slelvin Ririe one evening last week. A jolly crowi was present. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. tamed Mr. and" Mrs. Clark on Tuea day evening. to j MiaB was pieasantl> a numijer of lady friends on Wednesday. On Wednesday next a big time' has been arranged by the Relief Society tbe occasion being the annual cele bratlon of- the organization, M.orcb r- _ 17th. A splendid program of music a process of evolution. The speaker and at 1 o'clock, after which. refTashnienis and then a fircrcomedy then-a dance.; All married people are Invited. for self-govern' 23 men' by showing a (the prodnct of money lovers) developed 'the '.class organiza- tion. Hence co-operation Is the pro-, duct of plutocratic government. This will, not be done by-revolution, but by said "the greatest question before the world today -was how can we organize for eo operation.1' tt-can be dona on an economic basis. Farmers a're a democratic, class -and .they must or- ganize on tbe economic basis, but take the path of least reslstapce. That. is tbe method and the common ground. Mr. Wood said per cent of the, peoplo of Canada are rilling.-, they are ruling you because they are .tive." He thoughlrihe heart of civil j tbain from Carrol. Iowa, where he and I Izatlon was the economic question. No relation lo the community aud to the his vvitc weilt fo'r vistt. Mr3 Os. country at large. We do not for a moment believe that Mr. Murray speaks for the manufacturers as a whole. To think otherwise, we are confidant, would be unjust lo a large body of reputable mea who, whatever views tliey may bold on a fiscal policy, would rely on the merits of the same as It appeals to them rather than lake of the underhand policy which Mr. Murray advocates. At any rate they cannot bill have the con-i Jolm. I'elhnm born was in poor health and only lived a short time after arriving there. Mr. Osborn and family 1iavo our sympathy. Mrs. A. .1. Ingrain and children are expected homo soon, having spent the winter visiting In the Slates. must use tbe vote, "we have had nol- H is rumored A. J. Ingram .has jltinal parties said Mr. Wood for 200 social problem Is: solved till this is solved for this is the meat and bread problem of life. The speaker com- pared tbe plutocratic clssses to the Germans who liked their'enemies lo Tmn UAH mliiltlur of Toronto, li Major W. E.' V. Hooper, returned officer, has been appointed postmaster at Carelton Place. Dr. Henry Man, eminent Belgian Labor lender, predicted tbe early death of Bolshevism. Louis Prlvat. at WJlllamiford, Oven Bound, died after to Ing ill from sleeping sickness for a month. John F. Clirke, brother of Sim Ctarke, M.P.P., Cobourg, dlKl .In Cali- fornia. iMorls RappapoH, a Windsor butcher and grocer, was, shot dead by an un- known man. W. J. Jones, for. many years a bank manager at Bowmansville, died of heart trouble. Robert Ironsides, who was mysteri- ously at. the town's power plant at Swift Rapids, died In the Orillla hospital there. The Express declares there is not a daily paper In England today show- Ing a profit taking commodities at -their present prices. Bishop Michael P. St. Newfoundland, died at Sydney, X.S., of pneumonia, following asthma and bronchitis, the age of forty-three. Thos. -Lieonani Goodwin, twenty years-of age, died at Chatham as a result of scalds and burns received when he fell Into a vat of boiling lard at a packing house. Stratford Presbytery accepted the resignation of McRae, of Mitchell, who-will spend two yesrs In study. Hon. Frank B.-Carvell, chairman erf the Dominion :boafd of railway com- mfsBloh'er'g, intimated at Toronto that an increase in commutation rates mlgbt be favorably, considered. A new record price tor a car of grain was made in Winnipeg when a company sold a car containing buehels of No. 1 Northwest flax at per bushel, bringing J10.81S. Frank Hill, a well known cattle buyeiy.suf.'ered a severe fractured leg ll the rMUlt ot t at the Alberta stockyards Ctlgary. Is Jn the Bclj- Crois lyrforinj !rom i, tbe reiult of kaocked by a bicycle. Tipi received by Ixiulf Bock, waiter it the JeKerton, St. Louis, for 20 rean, enablod him io a compuiy, which took over the zaantcuaeni of the Wuhlngton hotel. Five children ot-. Wm. Wilts, ot Hampshire, near P.B.I., died Tuesday and Siturday ot pneumonia following 'flu, he himself it critically 111, and hii seven other children are also down with the dts- A damage cltim of 1 has been filed ajjlnit p. Buras aud Com- pany by Mrs. Emma Moore, widow ot George iioore. who wac killed In Edmonton on Fetiruiry ISlh, while U tbe naploTment at Ihe com- pany In the Teeie and'Perue.-bulldtng. Grant Ilugn Browier'wtilUiy Vork race own- er, vxinvlcted of coniotracr, to the United BtatM goYsmmaiit of 000 in connection with. fraudulent bid- ding os army material, was sentenced Detroit to two on each of two iniiefments, (he eentences to run concurrently. Hate WITH different makes 'to from, there'-niuii' be ii[ good reason why 'instruiitint i> so popular. That reason' Is .tho quality of lie- tont_... The 'Mason' f Rlsch coats Jest lhan you think. Aik for prices and easy "payment terms. Style Booklet free.. farmers8 ar'iTa great power, but'they Convention IfcfuSes'to Support rented Mr. McDonald's place, and years, have they achieved much. Now Mrs. 11. 0. Holtag and brother! tbe party system, has the trouble, in] Theador Strand were called to Sisse.i that Us system is peculiarly -J--'--' ton. 3. by news of their father's i tojnoncy ruin. We haven't tli serious illness. adapted j the money Motion Calling.For GbTern- ment Control of Liquor Sales PRINCE ALBERT, Sask., Mar. viction that their own cause will be papers Is dominated by advertising I weakened thereby, to say nothing of n. considerations. He bases bis whole on this assumption, but at lhe .same time he shows certain misgiv- are stili along the line. nar fKliNUW Aijijfiirvi, aaSK.; but we have the vote. Tiie comniMon ot the Great War Vet- tios have served AB30clatlon for SasHatchewan oles led our roblems Cl ,lllM Ion (liWEe Dee tL'lophoue poles not solved our pro is continuously developln; ihe little influence winch such policy would exorc on tbe press of Canada whicb, we believe, is true to iiself in tbe principles it stands for. ings in what he himself Ihinte of his own flcbeme. Under this heading ''Marketing" quotes Jlr. Murray as fol- lows "Some, business men would no I doubt 'Shudder at the very thought ot i uttemp'ting anything so bold aa thr; pro- Xobody seoms lo lament the. early ]ect hers suggested. They might, say- decease of the plebiscite on the man- An agricultural fair'for Lelhbridge. Tliero should be no let up until this materializes. that at the first sign of pressure thel aBCrill; foj-. 0. Preas SUelf would expose the whole movement. They, might, involunla.-ily from tbe public indignation lhat would be aroused at what might be described as-a gigantic effort to inunle tbe Press. They might fear tbat in some waj or other they would be rendering themselves llabls to prosecution for conspiracy, or tr.- nn action.for damages at the bairns of such -papera as mlgbt be mad-j suffer.- "But such fears are groundless, 't The whole thing can be put under way easily, quietly, safely, and with every prospect of (julck results, by the simple expedient of subscrib- ing to a Bureau which, for a stipulated consideration, will furnish reports upon the editorial policy ot any or every paper published 1u Canada, and advise in every case as lo the desir- ability of commencing or discontinuing space, or of Increasing or decreasing such space as Is already used. Commencing with the Year, when it could make its full Impression on tbe allotment of advertising approp- riation! for IS20, the Bureau would ixltain Us maximum usefulness fliul axerclfie an-Influence wbicb no publi- cation could afford to ignore." It can be seen from the above that Mr. Murphy IK a highly worldly indivi- dual, in Iliat ho has an eye la the main chance in HIP establishing of ''bureau." The Muiray agreement pro- vides that the manufacturers shouM pay O.-M. Murray in advance for his! government. Tbe'ways of tne transgressor1! hard, but it would appear tlifit Gcr- mnnk Is seeking lo make them harder i brought its sessions to a- close yeeler- day and the majority, of 'the .delegates 01 wind and sun.' Tbe mud will dry ttft. -lohn Feitor la building another barn, 1'cter P.. Louven .U.rtoing car- penlerlns. With ihe expected rise la tbe mill rate, H la clearly ii case of the mills grinding slowly lint surely 11? the tax- payer views H. If persistency is Stiallty first, the: Ural tilings. These democratic spirit. Tlie meeting n-as over bv lheiward on behalf of a committee ap- pointed to consider the question ot railway facilities was adoplcd. The renurt reads as follows: 'hat this convention urges upon the Dominion government and the iced MED MICHAEL GKTS, LOCKED IN; MAKES BIG UPROAR THEN Mr. John Stewart of Albion in a breezy Uttle: speech PresMonl Wood and showed that we ,nail cmenl of lhe C..N. the vital needed a. safe democracy for todas. of brflnch line con. [The appreciation of Mr. ad- OTTAWA, Mnreh To be locked dress was manifested by the hearty applause given ul the adjournment of the meeting. O.B.U. seems to have a full tnc house of commons was ihe of !t in Its seeking to make (lie must of opportunity. It Is a pity that th energies of its cn'OiioulK cannot tie directed In other directions than tbosn of fanning unrest. I PIDOEON STICKS TO CHUHCH unlriiif: experifMinrT (if Dr. j Michael riiirk, memlttr for Kcil Dtcr.' lir. Clurk went io liln in tlic; sixth Moor for about half WIXNIT'EO. March Her. Dr. .oplln K. Pl'lgcon, pastor of Augustine Presbyterian church, has declined tho The order-in-council prohibiting complaining an hour ami nn iitlcmtitlng ui Icavo secretary of the national lurk cm his. dour in sad educational council, according lo the agrcenir-ni with tlir- announcement by W. H. Buhnan, pros- 'nndiiig himself locked lu. the dnc-. "r tllst organization. svllh the tuck for some Jim't. but 10 mi avail, anil (hen he lu ]ioum] nn tho woodwork at- liarting tlu- attention of a passerby wliu promptly summoned tlie car- pculer inn] hail ihe doctor released. Tho original i The ironical on Thurschiy Ibe country against impostors donning military uniforms, ant] wearing badges anil ribands wiUiout authority. The military f.ulboritles are asking lo have the criminal corle amended so lo make provision whereby Im- proper wt-sring of uniforms, badges floor on the ti'iusi- iliai lie could not hear what was Koiui; on !or tho nolsa by. UK: Jorvlcos denoted as follows: "Thai ali information whether print- ed, written or verbal, iiirntshcil volun- tarily or upon demand by 0. 51. Mur- lo the underjlgneil. shall be held ,'and ribands be jiroperly dc-nlt with. uniform Is n of honor, nnrl it Is only :right tha! those who It for bane slinulil be rigor- oualy dealt witi. DOG TRAIN PAS. Man.; March 13.-- Sam Pranfeau, wliu will drive IIic aiirl yoiirigcsl in the Iliiilson Hay dog ilerby, has made n trial (tip In ID 1-2 hours over the courao. The exact number of teams that will face tho starter on Tuesday nlgh no-l known, but Indications nrfi thai hull.-.- U HIGH FINANCE RECORD I.OXDON, O'nl.. March William Kison, a farmer resid- ing near Wlnglmm. felled a huge soft elm tree. In Hie top of which was Uie winter home of a family of raccoons with three lusty youngsUra. The lumber In !hc. tree solil for tS8.il.. Then the farmer sold tho skins of the- coons for making tbe totnl amount hrr realized from the tree ami U8S.I1. Thn iH'tehborn think, this Is a record in blRb finance in furs and lurnbf-y. wen settlor] districts' as mos( eff8cllvc mcaDS of greater production, which Is lhe prime need of Cnnada louay. 'That this convention flews1 with alarm the apparent Indifference on the part of the C. N'. R. authorities to promises made by them laaUyear nnrl on many previous occasions, to con- Ktruct Immediately branch lines of railway. "That on account of these promises many hundreds of returned soldiers bave located on [he land In Saskatch- ewan who will be In disastrous finan- cial predicament If the promises re- ferred to aro not fulfilled this year. "That this resolution be Uken up with Ibe Dominion convention and that branches of tbe 0. W. V. A. bfi asked to co-operate in providing spec- ific Instances which will enable the delegates the queslfon move thoroughly." James McAra was re- elected president, anil M. A. McPhcr- son, Heglna, was again' elected vice- president acclamation. K. II. Hill. Kstevan, wag elected by ballot provincial representative at the Dominion council. Mr. and Mrs. f'rlilbam and their ilnugtiler, Mrs. 0. M. McDonald, whose husband passed away n week ago, were all burled from tbo horrto in Harrlston. Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opens the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throati Stiff- Neck, Earache, Spasmodic" Croup and kindred ailments. 'Apply freely tbe skin just over the affected parts and rub it iu. GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE SALVE is also an Excellent Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be applied to the nostrils w that you will be continually inhaling the vapors in the presence of patients who are sick-with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars or other public places, during ah epidemic of .Grip or Influenza. Any Grip or In- fluenza germs breathed through the nose are destroyed by this germicide salve before the ,germs can reach the throat FOR THE SICK Place One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE in a hot saucer in.the sick room. The Antiseptic Vapor rising from the heated breathing easy Jor.the patient. It induces sleep and is a great comfort to anyone suffering with Spasmodic Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs, CSlds, "Whooping Cough, Diphtheria or Pneumonia. Thei Healing.Effect of the Vapor relieves the patient and, is; very comforting. Prlcp 35c per box. If your'Druggist hasn't any, tend Me {in postage stamps to Paris Medicine Spadina Ave, Toronto, and a box will be mailed to you promptly. Tliose Tired, Aching Ffeet -----Thoao Pains In Hie Ktiec and Aching In tho Toes These are indications of Foot Troubles. With approaching spring and warm weither you -pill find these will be more severe. We cnn correct them with one of Dr. Scboll's many devices for the mechanical relief of tho feet. fxit Us do so now, while, the Is cool. A jtroperly corrected foot with a properly fitted pair" of shoes will give .roller. 7f ASK TO BE FITTED FOB ALCAOCS W. J. NELSON OCX SHERLOCK BUILDING ;