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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOI.TI THE ucTiinninoE DAILY HERALD -WEDNESDAY, She Blbci-ta DAILY A NO WEEKLY and PufclUhtri tHC LETHBR1OGE HERALD PRINT. ISfi COMPANY, LIMITED Ml Ife 'South, Ltthbrltfjfr W. A. Buchanan and Managing Business TELEPHONES Office harmonious note. There are no poll- iuii iielug played aaJ no> isritf issue. The voice irf vest should. It iiaust, heve aii influential bearing 011 rhe that :he Minuter Km- acce wiil soon brtsglug for That MiJgt! is being looieJ to sviih great exyeciation by the of the The of the a pir: in placles firmly in seits o' authority tlu- K I'n- ion Government. la this they eschew- ed acTttlnj in the ivay of pany poll- ties. They enthused the 1224 I Decrease in Trade For Fiscal I what would be a trulv nation- OTTAWA, March iS.-Tlut the tot f at nf T, IQIC.IQ ICKED UP IN ASSING FOK TBK MUSY ot the 10 k, Toronto, has plau- ucd lor Marci IS. A fourth alleged military siemplioo anJi! aiipsars tj have befii unearth- lu During flit yi'ir. 317 motor 11- were Issuatf a( Wj-nyorf, upon whicli the fees amounted to J3.56T. fcltmfer Audit lu.-eau of Subscription Raits; fat of Canadian iraile for I91S-19 ilsi-at al party with the welfare of ifee wbich otl Marcb 31tarch 11, stated that order had been restored and that the troops were able to cope with the situation. The gov- ernment has warned all re- frain from, interfering with Ihfe rail- ways or telegraph or telephone under penalty of being' snot under martial law. Tn the Old Country 'smoking pr kgM hare bten extended to tho mem- bers of Yoang Women's Christian Associations. The sox ia In inatter of equal rights for men and women. The Eolahevikl document Stated in thfcse columns cannot but have been revolting to those to whom Ha rUlrjn- lion svaa dravrn. 'flis paragrajihs u-cr) wero by no means the worst In what was notVitne more than a policy of iho -wholesale prostitution of women. There others In regard to Ida aain-, [oo fjJIhj- tw pnMh-aHoD, Several important discoveries mo- lybdenite hare been made recently on the Transcontinental railway. Some valuable propsscts In gold values are also reported from the Duck Lake region in Ontario, The Port Arthur Pulp and Paper company is experimenting the use of poplar wood lor making pulp. The pulp "will be shipped to an eastern, pap- er mill for further tests as to its paper-making qualities. In the Cloud Bay district, wolves have become so numerous and vicious that they have taken to robbing the hen They are hunting in large packs, aud their fear of man or hu man habitations has vanished. The heaviest priaon sentence ye! Imposed for an infringement of trie Ontario Temperance act TTM given George Polytlnfcfcl, in Fort William police court, when he waa sentences to serve eight months at the farm. Alexander Vincent Daracn, barrli ter of Winnipeg, atid John B. Ward o Abbey. Saak.. were brought before Magistrate McEachen on o OTTAWA. March registering a mortgage for om jr. unl cat Ion a dealing with ques- against land owned by Jamtw P. Oaud tlon of ihe families of reservists of, of Abbey, without having the propei .i-.-i -rel authority lo do so. The national program of the Urit Ish railway men aa set In de roanrtn natlc Include the making per manent ol al] Increases Iti wages grani 6d during the war, fixed hours fo a fortnight's holiday an nualiy with pay. and equal repreuen tMIon ot the union -in the JIM" ment of all the railroads. HurlnK a gale that swept County, .Mrs. A. if. Roaell, while drfv in? with her hm.band lo their horn In Tilbury, blown from lhe gy into a ritep ditch 20 away, fir the British and aliled armies living in Canada are received by the parliamentary committee. Many rest-rvista, parlietilarlyln the f'rench army, had gelded fn Canada, bocccne Canadian cHizons and married Canadian glrla. When they answered the calt to arms the pat- riotic fun ft commlp-vion careil fcr the depen'lenls. Many have heen klllfttl, many have teen disabled and an the paCrioUc fund will soon go out of ex- istence these cases will have to tie dealt with Boon. The pensions allow- ed by thft allleil criuntrJp-a for depend- ents are not adequate for fhe needs of thD3f Hvirig in Canada antJ will have to fiupplfttnenifiJ. Their water. Hne would hare drown ed, had It not been for the promp action of tier husband In resctiln, her. children aro Cami'lians, they selves Canadian fjitizens. The wore from tho pat-1 riotic firnrJ. erf th? Kmfjfre, Ihe Imperial (Ifiparlnr-nt of pensiona anr] (Jie Cctnaljap More Accommodation at Ihfi El! tjenrral and lhe; Vrc.'nt'h cemetery i.i a whlcl fil, f.'tr. I (he mayor will auomit to coun fH for consideration. A cotnmuni At Owen Round Norman Kobson, of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hob son, wounded by an Acci- dental shot from :i rovolver in liandfl o[ the Helps teeth, breath, digestion ERMETICALLY sealed in its wax-wrapped pack- age, air-tight and impurity- proof- WRIGLEY5 is hygienic and wholesome. The goody good for young and old. The Flavour Lasts Besuretotfct t Look for tnt name ipye lias keen received from tli cemetery company scaling thai th Surra! ground Is now fully am extensions will lave lo he recnreil order to meet further rcquiremenU, JUICY FRUIT, H I Vk i f.L M J 9 rf l ;