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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta i-ouM I UK LkrfHUHIlkiK DAILY HKKALU MAHCH 18. u tho fmimm riuv fiitoil. Such arguments h-j orgiufzation to edkt Siberia Frjiu M-m-h women o-' the ft tin- right 10 posse es of 1> to Is WEEKLY Publishsrt All according i arc- exempted from jirivm this e ownership. TMI LETHBRIOGE HERALD J and are ro Iv th COMPANY, LIMITED llie 6th South, i Khch man a juece of W, A. Bucnarun labile property slienr.! bo a of and Managms Director j a certificate from ih? CtJiu- OnJy Voice in the M'hole Tele- phone Rale Increase Too J. .4. Gow Named Half Section of Land Kftr i'Torisnce Business Macaser TELEPHONES" Otfict Sitsrtll- Oifice tiitn's c'! ctrtifym? lU u hi- i 17.-Ut rc-gu- Mar tbe Uarous Ijjeal of uesday evening Jiho I'. F. A.. hoM on Saturday, is, dis-1 men. of to cushion took pi ice fts lo [ho right of j Oddfellows' liaU Member Audit Bureau of Circulationf.' Rates': Daliv, per .Daily, delivered" year-......S'.SO Daily, by mail, per rear .-----Ss.OO by- mail. Waetlr, hT nail, jier year to 00 I. very workius ti-.eittber is to C cei'T, luiil Ills oirniug; (he st' fun'i Male ettiztr.i n.i: 'rteloii.einc to .he ctaists In onler [o bave ec.ual u'ilh art' oliljgocl to imo -.ho Our Own UAltONS. Alta.. March k'eiuis el u was held ia for the purpose ;overiime-jt to raisf leleplior.e j of lUe ailvisauiUty of form- niies, ami Messrs. Donavatt. him t tns A board of trade. After full dls- and llenkeiiburjjir wer? as; cushion it was decided ;i commhwe to investigate the tele-: to "org-.uiize, and twenty-eight meu uJiouo contract and tec it the doclgion present agreed tg Join. Mr. J. A Gow of government to raise rates could! w-as elected president anU -Mr. J. A. not be ro sifted. Hunsen, secretary. The membership following resaluUou in, regard j has been considerably luvreaaed since to tho vroinWj irrigation scheme was the date of the meeting, and II la hoi thai the board will have a big Ittflu- fr.' Dtles ct expiry ot subscriptions ap- I daily on address label. ante ol-papers after expvratiou date Is 8W authority to roatlnus the sati- ipyipt'on. il Ins been propoaed TO in bettering CPmillions iu town. are to an :ui irrigation scheme- for, KJ Schafer lias returned from Call- far trainir.srafter they are [incticaily the whole of southern Al-' foruia, where he'spent the -.vinter, Mr. i old. v.Ju'-v they nr-? 10 Lv bma, including this district; j gehafer had intended 10 remain in whereas, our over California until April, but decided to il and ni'iv cost of i' THE'-Y" CAMPAIGN DESERVES SUPPORT The-membership campaign, for aug- a period of years proves that .with the; cut his holiday short on account of application o? proper fanning methods j the illness of his brother. Jake, who the land in this district will produce; js rather low condilioii Tii i above is tli? [InU'iev- cropsf without irrigation', ia the t WHHam Melvln has sold hii iKt loose. cecree framed j driest of years; and it is The opinion j consisting of a half-section four iV.'hh The iQstinct tliAt would rcvolt- I ins to the beasts la the It be by every ijtaii ami i by evrrj" woman, in Canada as t wM- 'ineniiDS the aud at the j the r Bolshevism The monster same time the funds the local Y, j that n-ouid be brought into our midst MCA -'which' starfe" tomorrow is one j should the wishes of certain oblain is of those things which art- teriumate, ihe ruination the home, the d'ese- has1 cration of our wives, sisters and been much published In cur issues Ju i daughters, the pollution of every mor- regard'to the needs tiie 'institution j al instinct', the dogredatio'n of the ind Hie of of the human race. of this meeting of the Barons Of town, to Hector Mclmyre for ot the V. P.- A. that such a scheme jn.OOO. Mr. Melvln intends to" go in sdme: These should have been dili- read and thougHtfully wnsider- the common enemy, It te a rspllle creed. So il should be In the measure these nave beea jregarded and it should be warred read fn tiiat measure will the cam- 10 extermSnation If we value pii-ni profit in the wiUiagne'ss ot the i tvervthing which onr traditions make beople oi Lelhbri-ire to. behind H. I .us hoM dear. Vhe iieeu of the campaiga has .well eiemplilied and there should he j GenuineUbor should, be .careful not as is proposed would be detrimental I jor ranching. to our interests and would actually! Tne church anniversary, postponed cause injury to our land, now clean j lne (ali owtng w lhl> jpidemic and free from, noiioue weeds, byifcas becn fixea for Koster Monday spreading ivecds from other dlslricts: 5 21. iu'the The Tiro- "Be it therefore reiolred. that we gram will consist of nmiical anj othei' hereby protest asainsi the application ijy memiers of the T. C. 0. C.. of any Irrigation project to the lauds j sketch by the lisrons Amateur Dra- matic Society and Ihe reading ot Jlalley united In marriage .Mr. Oscar Olson and Miss Gladys Catherine He-it daughter of Mr. James Ef. Hunt, Iron Springs, r eiGKED UP IN FOB MAN The Rof it- ot has op- ened a branch at The Salvation Army opened ma- ternity in louden to ear turaeij to Ihe appeal that Trill b0 made. r In the welfare of the citr and of the groirtns population in the city the T. M.C-A- has its proper and needed place. That by now should be the consensus cjf opinkiB among the thouehiful peo- ple of Uie comnmnitr- It only re- quires the materializing ol this view 1p maW the campaign the big 'success ll deserres to be. In 'the volume of tfiat success it mil be shown tnat the people of the city are practical in serts- IBS Uie needs rrf the city. to camouflaged by anything in the sliape of ihs O. B. U. (From Oar Own Csr RAYMOND, March Jones of Lehi, Utah, The London cockcej- lab'orins man, were he to realise '-what'- tfre O. B. U. reallv nieSns. One Bis interpret it PUBLIC" PROPERTY OF WOMEN jln the ranks of labor, and'manifest- fd in. western labor, there is a strong inclination not merely to flirt with Bolshevism hut to make ardent and sincere love to it. It may be that croppings of certain democratic p: ciales, acts as .the jam thai contains the "powder to offset the nauseating taste that lies KUhin. The festering 1 sore "that lies concealed in the doc- trints 'are made to appear allur- Jug cannot have been visioned by those who stretch out the good hand ot fellowship to the Bolshevists and hail them as comrades, as was done in 'the 'greetings .and 'the resolution of sympathy. sent put to'them at the con- :vc-ntio's ol western labor held in Cal- II ds only generous to concede that The name of Uie delegate to the Peace Hia Ex- cel lenc y Koo. Wei! ingtqa is a good name to "be represented at the Peace Sir Sara Hughes has" committed aft- cide Krtth regard to good putation he .possessed. Some n make their uwu undo longs to this class. Sir Sam be. Colonel Peck, V.C., fn his facetious remarks iniellei by the sjatpers in -being called a lawyer, ibow-ed that he possesses a bushel ol wiL id addition to other qualities. Mr. uncle an The spontaneous ovation tendered. .Stewart at the irrv gatiou convention was one he waa worthy of. The General put the fine touch on his character when he said that with all the ol war there was nothing that equalled !o him that-of coming home. That vrae the -spirit o.C the call of the west, Sir Frederick William Taylor, Gen- eral -Manager of the Bank of -Montreal, Messrs. Clarence, J..N. and J. (1. All- Ted is in town looking over some land with the intention of-staying here this ummer. Messrs. Heber Allen and Grant Card just returned home after spending the winter lu Utah, attending the Utah Ag- ricultural College, where they -took a special course in farm mechanics. Taber is playing basketball here Wednesday Bight. Reserve seats at the drug store. The'.same night after the game 'in thfi opera house, tee young fellows are giving a dance. The High Hirer Jazz band is furnishing the music. 4 Thursday night on the opera. house there Is a free dance for all over six- teen years. This is proposed by Messrs. Court and Costley, a commit- tee appointed by the council to ar- range a parti for the ex-mayor and council. The new CL P. R. .station .is now completed and the agent is fully estab- lished in his new quarters. The build- ing is something that Raymond can be prond of. Mr. T. Court is In Calgary working in llr. Peter's department ot the Do- minion government. a civil engineer. Mr. John Powelsoa rs. in. Edmonton i.V new license law re'ducwl the number oZ saloons iu from MO tri 100. Spotted. iti Germany rose wUhla 'fehe week froui 144 to more SCO. 6t 117 ships holdins storaje cirjoes W al fiulfnlo'nt the close rt last season, 71 hove been unloaded. Dr. J. M. Harper, ot Quebec, edu- cationist and author, died as the re- sult of being struck by a street car. Mrs. Jack -Xorquay ot Calgary, an actlrs Itei! Cross and St. John Am- bulance worker, 'died last week. An international mining convention is to be' held at Vancouver on Marcb, 17, IS and 19. The school trustees of Penlicton elected John Lochore. chairman, G. A.1 MacJoailo secretary. Miami. deckled to erect a municipal hall as a memorial to the boys of that town who have fallen at Ihe front. M. McKie, of Hadville, Sask., lias succeeded Sir. WinsUuley as manager E church and Sunday school reports. Re- lot the Bank of Commerce al jtreshnients will se rved by the laJies I River, Man. of the congregation at 7.30 sharp. i On Sunday, at the parsonage, Rev. f At the first meeting of the ne.T board of directors oi the Lady Minto hospital. Miunedosa1. W. G. Brown chosen chairman. J. H. Xqble, formerly proprietor of the Oxbow Herald, has acquired an interest .In the Swan Hirer Star and Is moving north. Stephen Caul, an early settler of the Crystal City and Carlwright districts in died on March 2, ai toe age of 64 years. Mel By Large Crowd of Garden City Bee man Goes lo Bellevue MAGRATH. March On Thurs- day evening Maeraih c-ilizena had the pleasure of welcoming home another th Interviewing'1 (he government re' Milk Jliver-Rayinona-' pro- ;thOei men who extended their sympa- expressed the opinion that in coinpar- i to-tbe Russian Bolsheviks andjiaon to the fipaucial conditions that '.their) co-partners who sail under the [prevailed some years ago the account flag of ancient Spartacus and call thetnielves Sparlacans, which la only another name for Bolshevists, are norsjit of the. true inwardness o? wha.t BolBherism means .Were it not so ilhey cannot be regarded as men In i the ttiift sense of the word with the respect, and regard for wo- ,men, and the love of home and off- jpiidg. A document published in the Ixm- or tse city of Lethbridge was the kept In the sense ot the phrase that "praise from Sir Hubert Stanley, is praise indeed1' ing. this is very encourag- In the mailer of memorial the to' delay .the same until all that-the wishes the returned'rntn can'be coa- suljeH h- a wlad bne'. -K.TiU also place don Times, of .February ll'.h, and re- i ma'ttJKS rtetter footing by giving published by the Calgary Herald, j the a repulsive light and raises arr iofn'g'to rpan 'out v.-ith'regard to stench in the nostrHs oi all decent! particularly with re men and worben when il reveals wtat prospecta. ,.lt :e on-_ means wnero ot.'tiose.-.tjbinsa'jwhjcti.haa lo be done sway. As the Calgary paper truthful-' (9 wake baste, slowly is wise Sly observes thert can be no mistake under th'e'c ias to the truth of the document, as the J 1 Times vouches for (is accuracy, and of'selecting ;it is not -In the liabit of tnahing mis- j a 'a'J-jrV'li case 'laXes, The docupienl Is the official w'nicti'.Fr'u'ld i'naulrfca the jproclamaUon in the town ot Ramolf, Here Is the resuH !ln nusala, ind In compliance with the I In the two meih Jdecfslon of the Soviet of Peasants', tried, The of a and Workmen's Deputies of I Urooklyn aoarlmftnt-hoase were sum ihe city of Kronstadt. By thla proo mcnprl to court for refusing to pay an Jamation the private of wo- [advance In.lheir The Judge gave jinefi is abolished. In olher, words tbe [the tenants (heir O-A--I jsancilty of home and marriage is tie-] dslon, a Six accepted tb- strwed. .1 as arhilrator He (kcltW iha ''-In Ihls precious documenl, BlgotMl I the landlord wan right. Twelve rft- by lie Council of the Cily of Haratoff i The Jury rfpcM- rtn-J containing -laragrajiba i in tenants. So 'Ihe in rf-jrini ihn prop- latter Kept rooms at Ihe old rate, f-rfy, nation, Ificro ?mr th'n foi- Tht six wjio hatl atcepled the Judge lowing. {BA urbilralnr rtfuawj (o pay tht; nl- i' vanrft tiiriclifnic-'l, atiil they svrrf1 soldier boy from Private Leo Coleman, a young man who has llvtil life, uractically all his is a pleasure looked for- After for nearly ten hours, tbe jury sitting in tho Reddllk tar and feather case at Saskatoon, awarded the plaintiff damages. teachers of the Fasfcaloon pirb- 1k schools have formed an associa- tion. Collegiate male InEtructors may later be included. Most Reverfend .Charley IlimjHon, former archbishop Ottawa and me- tropolitan of the ecsleaU-stical pror- PIANOS AT VALUE- GIVING PRICES For economy select a Piano lHat combines quality, value, tone, and durabil- ity to their fullest extent. Mason Risch Pianos are.made in many styles and sizes from which any family can choose the de- sired instrument at a value giving No finer piano in the whole world than Mason other piano, caq be sold to you on the "Factory to HoiBe" system. Let us explain this plan to you. MASON RISCH LIMITED' BLOCK FIFTH ST. fc nee ol Ontario, died al Jollat Call- !ornla, -at ace ot So years. C, H. Hamilton, K.C., B.U., is son. A rtpTesetttiil're ja the ring recent- ly held In decided to pro- ceed with the ot a rural Y.M.C.A. Daupliin has opened a lest room, trjilch Is generously msiie use the people trom the surrounding dis- tricts. The dates of tbe printer (air of the Rcgina Agricultural and Industrial Kx. ilton awociatkHi beeo for November 25 to 2S. Blfmthif at a Regitia rink re- cently, Mrs. B. Fleming, of Plenty, tell on. the Ice and in some way fractured the bones of her leg- A. Powell, accountant at the Do- minion lauds ottice, at Swift Current, haa been appointed accountant in the Dominion lands office at Moose Jaw. A very unique gathering took place In Knoit church, AHlston, when tho conereiatlon, after spond- n social evening; "presented their Rev. M. F. Cree, B.A., with a. cheque