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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HIE LETHBKllXJK DAILY HEHALl) MARCH Sbe Xetbbtibge "toevalb Xetbbrttye, Blberta 0ML.Y AMD WEKKLY and Publlthett THt UTTHBRIOGE HERALD FHINTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED lit ith Itrttt South, Ltthbridgt W. A. and Maoigirc Director feitN Torrftnce Dusinoss Manage TtLEPHONES Oftic......-..... Office vendors of glasses for eyesight have obtained prices for the goods tboy c.-ary far in eicess of their real value, and. further, that tho glasses hive not proved of use to by whom Itey were purchased, ihe question of placing a qualifying test en all opti- cians is a matter which should well engage tbe intention of authority. Iu the four provinces of Saskatche- wan. Manitoba, Ontario Hud Quebec, we believe, there is a 'luallfylug lest j la' -what Is known as optoraetry need-1 Jed before a license cau bo obtained for tilting and selling glasses. In IV i States, In all bul ttirce, tbs raxe sys- i tun is employed. This does away i with tho irresponsible vendor o! for llie eyes, iu that at leas' lit imposes :t familiarity wilh and a K.u.mers Ready For Spring Consolidat- ed School Site Selected I knowledge of the human eye, tho im- portance of which cannot be too ly reckoned. i There arc. we are aware, respou Audit Bureau ol Circulation J respectable stores wher.! a Ralti: speciality Is made of selling glasses. per week .....J-'-it is not proposed lhat those who by mall, per ?e3T i.JJ'legitimate business should b" Inter- by mail, per yea.-lo U.3. 2.00.fered Wilh. But provisions' made whereby the optician should be OM qualified would tend lo prevent the entry Into the business of the un- qualified. The Provincial Government has .dealt with the chiroprcctics. making provision for a qualifying test where- iby, in the bill tor that purpose, chlro- t (From Our Otvn Oi'msi-vlKleut) BARONS, March Lafterti and family left oil Friday for Ray uiond where Mr. Latterly expects to The family will he this March' 13th, lu of eipirr of subscription IP- pwu: dally on addresf label. Accept- uee of papers after expiration ti oar authority to coutleut THE JELLICOE RECOMMENDATIONS The recommendations Jellicoe In regard to a Canadian practitioners may establish their QUali- Trill in p'rdccfis ol time be the. subject of discussion in, the House. With what his tieenfsubmlttcd to the publli there Is in thcnvso-far'as a naval ficaliqiis. In this provision J5 made j lo prolecl Ihe public from anything in llii! nature of fraud: The( principle c'rjutiUti'ed In the bill may'well. In the the of buiidiiig up J Ja'a way conforms the status iu tats of tlie public, be ex- ake up automobile repair business him from town. aiPS'ot Winnipeg or Ihe tire filler company of doing car- ___ _ ___ :y. foK Mir. i! ajJdfSMi "Is-.ther. ?ur; tb'l, iipa-ChrlBtlHn Aboui'thlrtfHperrsbns gathered to hear some gleanings from Pastor Russell's theology. Farmers and farm hands who have been away for tlie winter months are returning homo. The old familiar faces seen on the sUetla, look U have wintered well. A vulcanlzer is expected to appear fur business at the old stand former- ly ran by Mr. Black who went north last fall. There Is undoubtedly rnucK work, for 'an expert In this business, iuore particularly after the ,very In terestlng 'wjtiler we have had this year. Mr. P. Priest wns a visilor in Cal gary on Wednesday, looking after business matters. lldni to Mr. and Mrs. B. Ander- commuuity. Mr. D. Molr Is making plans to uove 10 liis farm at the Dow river cry shortly. Mr. Gantron has put in a walk be Iween liis liousc ami the liarous gar- age. More are needed. -Mr. Campbell Davles lias been haul- ing out his feed which was stacked town for the wiutcr. Mr. Oscar Olson has just hauled out his seed farm, n order to remove tbe t'omi unique, snow drift (hat accuiniilated In front of thle'house this winter; Mr. Jenkins used, the 'team aiid scraper for the purpose. A wiae m'ove.. Soine very startling facts came to light 'which appeared in ine Herald last week Ui connection with irriga- tion. A very obvious comparison' was mad'e, and without 'question showing lo the country, lhat irrigation is a vital necessity; Thursday, -March, II, page 10, bottom of paragraph Lelhbrldge, a son. B lttED UP IN MAW Three men. were killed In a tor- nado that struck Nevada, Mo., wreck- ing a three-storey bank building. Chatham will ask the Ontario lalure lor permission to adopt the city manager system. The United Farmers' organization of South have bought property In Quelph for a large ware- house and store, etc. The question whether the German bark P.iul, now at anchor in Damp tea Roads, Va., may enter an Amer lean port boforo peace Is concluded, was referred to the Stato Depart meat. -A, man arresied nead Plattsburg XV.. while headed south with 30 bottles ot Canadian whiskey, wa identified as "IMck" Werner, alleged "master mind" ot Dominion liiiuo smugglers, who escaped from U.S. marshal In Washington on Fob lOta. coTernmenl for the number of ,o.uor Issued t, has been In office. _ Wettmlnater Presbyterian church, will build a edifice to place thft one dostroyeo' by fire. The Six-Nations Indiana have pro- fited to. Ottawa against compulsory dnfranchlaemcut. The Toronto board of control de- cided to'institute a'friendly legal ac- Ion against the- board of education, n order lhat the'scope of 1U control over school expenditures may bo de- termined. The Camrose town council has granted the hoard of trade the sum of (1.200 for use In carrying out their 1920 program. Mrs. Alex. Hayes and Mrs. Peter Grondin were smothered In a fire al tho former's home caused by a coal oil btove- exploding. A tax assessment of 11.000 or 47 kx-nmolives built at Paterson N.J., for the Russian Gbxeruraeni during of the. Tsar, rbu never Shlpjied, will" 6e( by ,C'ou dert Brothers, 'of -rNeV Yorkr sentiog Tsarist and JCcrensky forces U., S. Dlepartinent- of 'Justice wll Court In the Stoel Corporatlou. case. The Tenants' Association plans to Mild apartment houses on a E In order to relieve the coogeaUon h Ottawa street cm, the as asked by the street rallwiy aacigement to consider adopting tattered hours for Us civil service. CumroM farmers have been short >f fwd and are.SQlpning in a few rt hay and green feed. The -slock hare through Ibis winter la mot I cases very well, cousidering' tht ength of tie season. The Edson lodge Knights of Pythlai lad as their honored guest at their banquet last Thursday evenlnj. -Mr. A. J. II. Donohoo, of grand chancellor commander fur the domain 4 of. Alberta. A report on the baggact carried by the: Canadian Pacific during 1919 states that no less than individual articles was carried on C.P.R. trains last year. The claims paid for losses amounted to loss thaii one cent per hundred pieces. The recent heavy fall of suow Itas cost Montreal over rlt Is esti- mated that each Inch of snow costs the city five thousand to bo removed at the present rate of wages. During the last storm fourteen Inches of of nationhood to which the Dominion has now 'attained. -'If Canada have a uuvy of her 'own, .the Admiral lias laid- down lines'of (rue-building In ii program fVpm' which Is t contribution for ships 16 I (ended in the cases of those, who make n practice of selling glasses for i with no pretensions as to a knowledge ..of the particular needs of the indii-i- 'iluat sight. -To this the boua fide vendor, of with, a 'thorough 'knowledge, of his business' nnd one cars of feed were shipped from Ccaldale, from Octolier 1st to March 1st. according to figures announced by Hie C.P.It. On .the other hand, dried out districts .of Southern Al- borla have used eight thousand cars of nay anil fesd." Now this compari- son is. to ray (be least very striking. himself against a. rivalry wfthju only goes to shew, lhat, as well hich fraud may be allied, wljl have las reaping huge profits from the'land, 5ido tta cooolrr. This l-1 BO rather welcomo lcg. of the payint of-trihuto.-no i JE (llrectfcil what way it mav be interpreted. The i' _' essence ot a country owning Its bwn ,NO BOLSHEVISM navy the creation ot the 'spirit of} IN; BmjISH LABOR- -the navy. Tins can only.be1 obtained Urit- makins'the navy the fisli labor, such as tbe Sinillles-nnil liio duct'of'Oie'counfry, liullt in li ;beeri; given a Well mer- 'manned hy It creates a pride aiyl ministers.lo llie.same.wliicli the niorr: money no way bring aboutj 'Whatever may be tlie fate of the JellicoQ recoinmeniiatious they con- tain :in them the very' essential? in- the formation of a Canadian Xuvy. These are those ol self reljance in ihe building, manning, and control of the same. It would be Canada's own lo be used as the llioughl best to protect her own interests in a time of need, (o help and be1 of s'erVi'ce to herself, the Jloihorland, and the Empire as a whole, as particular cir- cumstances may dictate. A naval pollcy.-of this kind will have consitl- erable appeal should it embarked .toil rebuff In ot-Uic ilrit- Isli Trades linlon Gongre'sB to.Discard Ihe In this Brlttshjlitbpr'ns whole has'purged itself, from any lliat ;it rimi Bolshevism in its "regards the majority of Iho rank and file. Among certain Individuals, not only in Great riritain but in Canada and oven In this city, Hmilllo haa been set up as a paragon tor Labor to follow hose in.llie (ditch) country, have fair assurance- of crop, horses and cattle veil cared for, and prosperity In gen- eral; also being freed from the v.-orry and endless anxieties tuat follows loo closely with drought. Farmers are busy shipping liouie heir horses from the North where, [hey have been pastured for ler muntbs. Tho reporl is horses ave In no better conditionlthan. when they left, some not as good Certainly none are- to he comparer! with those that remained behind n! winter. Thu recent big thaw lias no equal in llnrons tlio old timers tell us'since the spring of 1912. The whole'town almost has been, flooded, and some of the citizens found the waler taking possession of their cellars on.'.tlieir return home froni business. Surely tho tlie first principle of a crop, that of ger ruination. in the views he holds and tho props- 1 K the gentle breeze continues to gari'do" he urges. Tht idol lias, 'ho .Brent sun .EMBARGO ON THE EXPORT OF FLOUR In tha effect it lias hail in diminish- ing the manufacture of Hour, it is difficult to understand the reasons underlying the placing of an embargo on the export of the product by the Canada' Wheat Board. Until such time as a satisfactory explanation is given ot Ihls, the proceeding has' very. arbitrary appearance and goes against all commercial principles In tending to restrict Ihn freedom of trade. There arc llraea wnnn an embargo is. necessary In Ilio interests of tlic national welfare. But even in this particular'the .ease for tlie procedure ever, now proved. to have had feet of clay and his true has none too late oecaine to be recognized. i Britisli labor, through the large ma- jority of ita representatives at the big -ongres :ional' methods and not for force and riolcncc in endeavoring to -The example the Irrespon- dry, and the football field will soon be ready for bail and the like. quite r -ural for our ntbletes to be a littlt- anxious. Hy all reports, the site for .tlie. new- to be proved lo Uic bill. !t ilic i consolidated school has been has declared for constitu- for our pQsi whatever It alms at. should be heeded by sillies, and the signpost established is to what the right and rational road is which Labor should follow. Tlic crux ot the labor situation, so far as the mining element, of .Labor was concerned, lay .in tlie policy ol the nationalization nf I.IJB mines. This has been wisely left to the decision of Parliament In which 1-abur may very imposing one, standing directly south ol the most southerly street in town. Passengers from' the railway will lie able'to looS: wlih admiration upon Ihis serviceable building, Ihe cilizens from the Union Bank corner will bo ablo lo view with pride this "seal of Her chie greatness .will not' be In the eight roomed, fully modern'building, bul in the education taught our-m girls, whtcti wiil contribute to thei efficiency for 'their life's work. Olir bandsmen "with tlieir'sllver in struments appeared In splendid form force at. the'St. Patrick's cohcer have a voice by Labor reprosentalioa j in tlie ban on 'tlio 17th, in It. The ballot lias been regarded (great crowd gathered lo hear and an as1 Ihe right means lo whnt is regard- predate these men whom we cjpec ed as the right end. The Smillios and tli6 Hodges in other countries should take note ot how far llicir in- fluence has worked amonc I hi object of the WJieat Hoard Is, for any particular .economic reason. Intended (o keep a supply ot Canadian flour in tho country to meet demand, the pro- cedure U has adopted goes far to nullify ivTiat may at a stretch be said {a bo good inlcntions. The reverse has however proved to be ihe case in the experience, In (hat It lias gone the other way. With nrnkoltng abroad hampered, mills have had lo bo clos- ed down, wilh so much (lie less tio- in65lie manufactured. If extra production is (o bring d prices, (he curtailing of flour prodiic; lion Is allogelhcr conlrary to a policy which has been accepted as Ibe oiilj practical one for solving'tlie economic troubles attached lo tho high cost of living. A sorious matter In regard (o tho restrictions made by (he Wlmt lioard Is thfit they are all the survival of the small flour industries compared lo the concerns. There IK somelhlng I'ory wrong he-c, When an embargo' l.j olio on lumber at (ho present tlmo cau bet readily understood, In the parti- cular nature of the Indnairy .U tlie present lime and In relation to hnw what should be national properly, MI of limber Ilmlls. lias liecn ac quired. But llie embargo on flo'jr passes understanding. UionoJ. element in the ranks ol n Great Britain. Rational Lubor is not confined lo Great Britain, and Jic fact of its existence is tho most reliable counterfoil to the extremist 'make a name for themselves. AI real entcrlainmciH given, and time spent. Mr. R. J. Woods sent ivorrt lo friends in recently.that -iSu-s, Wooas had recently undergone .vrjij-' successful oper.ilioiis. Tlieso were taken In Tor- onto, hnd nol in ItQchestor aa former- ly expected. 'Hcpiirls ore tliat Mrs. Woods is doing well.- nre all glad lo know that -Miss who believe In force and not in con-i5lolr'f1 aurriclently healed !o .1. j i, i- lts that slio is able methods, and !hcreb> rcturn ,0 jn count all tho principles of freedom on j Uanh, which they Rre to llr. F. Allicrla 1'aci- fie ogCTii, is an excc6ding- !ly busy man llicsc tlaya, in facl has fair for 1-clnbrtdge. been for most'of this .winter.- For when It ii remembered that through t Will the Province sliirl Iho "'is one agency, there hftvo been slilp-' f. i to Barons, two Hundred cars of- lion ball going by ,t the CJrs guaran-lce? THE QUALIFIED OPTICIAN In view of tlie fact that oases have been reported in which the. iltneranl It Is lime that there should some movement in regard to an agrl cultural fair In tlic city. Tho Clerman revolution, in whnt lias so fur Iransplred. looks lo ha nothing 1 more serious Ihan an outbreak of Gor j man measles. Tlie honorary rlpgrre of Doctor of' Medicine lias been conferred on Her- bert by Cracow Unlver.illy. In the son-Ice rendered by him in mlnlaltrlng (o Ihe bodily wants ot (he Poles (lie (listlnclion Is appropriate. 'cars of oats. It Is simply a reminder thai our needs In this community lire enormous. Mifa ,J. Swanson's brother anil his wife, who were recently married near Calgary, called on Miss Hwanson on Monday. -After spending a short lime In this community, Mr, and' Mrs. Svvanson expect to leave for H.O. Mr, L. H. Is now tlie agent and pclis have gom; down in prk-CJ, anil thoso who cornulnin am Inclined to blame Ilic Holshcvikl In that exports of hides nre beginning to conic from Russia. In Ihis CMC- however, they may lu from censiiro which lias to cast on Ilieru. alleged to1 be o Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, and SI Hartley Dewart criticized the On- the recent decision by the Supreni Look Forward to Railway from Havre, Montana (o Citv Our Ow ONBFOUJl, .March week's, mail stage brought a rumor m from branch of the Great Northern Rail way from near Havre to LelUbndge Is to be commenced this season. or more years ago surveys were for this line, beginning at Chinook, Montana, on ibe main line, ana run- ning northwesterly with the I.cthbridge coal area as tho objective. The survey crossed (he boudarv line inlo Alberta at Wild Horse Lake and runs Onefour. On the strength of this pros- pect tlic first settlers took up the fine hay lands on the Sage Creek flats, and later Onefour homesteaders took land Spring Coulee valley Nothing has ever been done on thia branch but wilh work oc tho great Milk River irrigation dam a few miles lielnw here, there should some activity in'railroad building also This ricb. agricultural district lying li Montana and -Alberta certainly .need I a railroad and a line from Havre -ethbridge would lie of great benefit Robert Bruce, of Sage Creek, forking on the Ulacktail ranch. Carlson recently arrived froi D6troit, Michigan, and Is well please with hia homestead nnd the countrj illhough thd'trip In from Jlanybprne BBS rather-chilly-for a tenderfoot Hay MeUain''havo been'puehln lie Uireshlng during the past fe; ditys ot fine weather, tint a rain ye erday and storm following will dela FIGHT REDS IN U. S. WASHINGTON, March committees to con i n cl organ! 1 lior's campaign for'the "defeat of Us. friends" will be organized over countrv, March 22, it was announced today by American Federation of La- President Compers will address the New Jersey legislature in opposition (o anti-strike and compulsory arbitra Piano Tone Should Improve With Age T does this with the famous old Mason nisch, which Is built to merely to sell quickly. You can buy at mucn less (ban you expect, and on very easy terms. If yciu have a piano or organ to trade In let us know and wo'll m.iko the most liberal al- lowance possible. All Mason' RIsch Pianos are told at factory to home of Those Tired, Aching Feet -----'1'liuf.f. Pains in the- Knee and Actilng in tlie Toes Thtwp imlicalions of Foql Troubles. Willi spring anil wdrni wt-fcthc-r Vou will find thssc- he more rovcre. can correct them with one or ScliollVnmny devices foi lljc mechanical relief of tho fnct. Lei ua do 3n now. uliilR Hie wrathor is A properly cr.rrocled fo.-il wilh a properly fitted pair of shoes will give rollef. W, J, NELSON JCO. SHERLOCK BUILDING TORONTO Honestly, now, you wouldn't have to look at the trade mark to know that this was a 20th Century Brand coat, would you? SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY Lethbridge BERT K.ESTER S Alexandra, MEN'S STO-RE ;