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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOim TIIK I.KTUBUSIXiE DAILY HEIULD THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 19t9 OAILY AND WEEKLY and PobHshtri THE LETHiRIDOE HERALD PRINT '-ING COMPANY, LIMITED MS Sth Mrtel South, LtlhbritJjt W. A. Buchanan and Mauagina Director V'C one of the first ti Liberal leader: rue.ltw youns..] wiih general all round eciuiprnent fer public service. Then there is V. Niokle. M.I'.. o( Kingston, but he is probably loo independent and some- times too erratic to be rateJ in tae leadership class- There may be young men. still lo discovered. !rjt you look the country over lucre are outeiJe of lite names men- tloncJ. who woutJ be put In tlie lead- j we tave i imuibers ot men, uiosily ICKED UP IN SSING compaay B.M tonuti SMi, to bullJ a town hall. i.Mi-s. Catherine Davidson, Asetl j Welcomes Soldiers Home Again TELEPHONES SuiJr.ew Editorial Office........- LOll. men lion, study. KodoK'Sie make publK- !if as ii wero. They read, they anj ivhen they speak, they carefully r-rerire hivc to Colly, delivered, ye.xr Daily, by mall.- per year Tfeekly, by mail, per rear Weekly, by nwil. year t disturbing, to think that Knglish province youn? Is and grater auention lo public ser- iar authority to continue the sab" OTTAWA. March tbous and enthusiastic citirens today gave, royal welcome to the Princess Pat- ric'las. Canada's most spectacular lint- Ing unit Practically all business was j and the roulo ot march lleudorsun. wl.o an old Iriend ot fnw to tbe eihibl the fanit'y. The remains were taken; im-n mile; from llu-'hospital lo Mountain View al u am. ou Monday, and the eral services were held the sarna at- and the roulo ot march on to more than Iwo miles away, was lined wiih a ihecrlns crowd The men were in full flshting dress. helmets and rifles, and made an as tbey silently At the torucon al 3 p.111. Many ol the Moun- tain View people in attendance through'ihe throngs. At mid 1'rcs. hdw. a. W oodj stalion a vveicotue was filended lo Ihe officers and wei" by llayor Fisher. Col. Gault replied. Afler scriptlon. iVe. undoubtedly have scores of May at the servit'i: ;iuu with Mr. Wm. Henderson were sires-1 ent auil assistej in the lasi sad rues. Surviving the deceased are two sou; ArncM anil Orvil IXividson. Mrs. Wm Mrs. Harden Davidson. Anoth r daughter. i younc men. ivell fittc.i for public ser- j J1 ,-ii.u..... ----a.....i died as a result of short march the regiment formed OB Connaughl Square, wlrere a dias has erected and where his excellency, the governor-general gave warm wel- j lo the returned heroes enrolled in tne public schools of He- glna. The Allied Girla of Wynyard havU towirda tbe .Memor- ial hospital. The Presbyterian church repotla a big shortage ol men tor the mission fields. _ Hon Dr. Hftherington Is the new speaker di Ite New Brunswick lature. A movement Is in progress for tbe location ot a community hospital at Elfros. The Osbow Agricultural society will hold its spring stallion show ou April 4. W. H. Dentam, head of the QuaXei Oats Co., at Petcrboro. aled Cot- I vie j.urr. i Uurnc tuv ihe in the early winter, tnij address the Pats marched but public isrvico ctoesni appeal anii husbai'il was one of the i j to them. They the countins iioiise. to a seat in Parliament. Our 1 system should try and i overcome this weakness. TAKE OVER THE GRAND TRUNK The Grand Trunk Kailwa.1' tfWo of the ajrceracw u h Grand Trunk Pacific Hallwa ed certain cbligiUicras in a coiiuac: the government ol Canada. It j las not tulfillc-d Ihe terms of ilia. con. tract and the government lias now 1 Income the receiver cf the G. T. P. TS" G T. H. is delinquent and should be dealt with as a dellnnuent. li: the G. T. R. cannot meet its ob- ligations, then the soverument should meet .them for it but rather it i to the exhibition grounds where the di5mi33eii The honored ihedays when uneasy lies of early senTe-rs of View, golnsl there over twenty-rive years ago ami j livini: a few vear? latev. 1 ".Mrs Daviirou was a iaitbful wife: Col. Gaull. limp- anJ mother and though a widow some (nlF received In battle. I twenty-two yeirf. she reared a very he'.11jed rte parailo and Col. Adamsou, presenteil lo the battalion by former Princess Patricis were car- The eastern manufacturers uho siraineil nt a gnat in the matter of Ihe reciprocity pact are now in the posi- tion of having to swallow u camel. ftould take over the Grand Trunk system, on fair lerms. but wiih a pro- per consiiltMiiorr1 o.' the liability to Canada.' Tne GranJ Trunk railway in Ontario-especially, would be a won- dfiiul feeder to the.eristins govern- ment lines, in fact, 'the possession of thai would: almost cerlainly aSsure (lie of the government rfllway system. The G. T. R. went in- to the G. T. P. arrangement with i's eyes wide open: it has lost, and the lovernment. of Canada should treat it as a dellnciuent- 1 V worthy family. She vfas about sixty- four years of age. Welcome for Glenwood Soldier On last Samniay evening's tr.un i there arrived the first man who went who commanded the Pats tor more than a year, was in line wearing i steel helmet. Four bands added lo is ioyousness oC the welcome. The Duke of Devonshire addressed from (his locality to serve his country; men ln Iiart a5 )on0ws-. I "In October, 1914. you left Canada I with the fullest confidence aud high- est expectations. "You bora an honored and treasar The Farmers" platform practically embodies the senl'.uient and the sym- pathy ot a solid west. It should have a marked effect on Sir Thomas White :n the framing of the new budget. in the great war. As-he was a reserve man of the regular army, lie left here on 24th, 19H. and re- joined his regiment which now is de- stguiu-d as the lioyal Army Service ps, of the transport service. The CAN BLAMEiTHEMSELVES UHoitJvF: S: Fielding in the House'ot Commons' speech, very properly re- bjiked the1 rnanuiacurera tor their jack of torelieht in jeclproc-' jty. In doing so they stimulated tar- iff agitation a hundredfold and what (tie farmers accepted .in iSll, was not anywhere ij the-p'rotectea Interests as'lhe far- friers''tsriff demands at the present Bioment. Mr. Fielding, and Sir Wil- Irid Laurie'r possessed foresight. They it'preciated the full meaning of the ieroands.of tbe west.and attempted to aa'eet Ihem in a reasonable way. Tbe frotecled interests were'so blind and iellisb" that they frustrated Ibe at- tempt, and today tarltt agitation of a far more radical nature possesses not only "Canada but many parts of the east. It will end eventually in iae 'rha'nulactnring interests losing raore ol Ihelr prblection than they Turin is first to court the fair IDA and to welcome her to its midst. Warner is the nest suitor. The young lady is in much request and is quite free in her attentions. She Is only too willing to distribute her favors. So other localities tlon'l keep her wait- Tip :dattce oJE... London's vadvice fo ji'ere''sa. inclined; vas to their, tioa5 'in war work, ratisiisa iheir iseliogs in to get back to work. Opinions on dancin-r, is in- other things, evidently and of puts himself !n "ofmlfa diction to other views ecciesEaitically held. ve.v the hero_home. .There was a joy- ous meeting with his parents -and many friends there anil the whole lage was glad to welcome him. His brothers were all in ihe' war. being either Another Cardston' boy arrived from Edmonton whither he has been for treatment made necessary by the In- juries received at-the-front. Pte. D. C Peterson. He is-now home for bus; less and assist once more ic making the'Cardston. Globe revolve. The delegates from.Ihe Irrigatroi Convention numbering some eigkt o out leading impressions of the earnestness of Ih farmers in southeastern Alberta I their demands for controlled Pply- This will bring results wit tiled action by the farmers .of th _juih. fe'. Tho cases of illness of the babies w name onti you had already firmly cstablished a well deserved reputation. "You took your place alongside the of the Old Country Q the splendid arinles of the Empire. pitted against the most he frieud'and foe alike s a striking proof o! the military ef- ficiency, the courage and the devotion ot the regiment." i ou were uperaMit ormldable and hishly Irained Iroopi del. ver organized by military, seams, but A Sault Sto Marie foreigner was lin- ed for a breach al tho Ontario Temperance Act. John n. Benson, laift surveyor and tinfter expert ot -.Midland, Onl., Is dead. Norfolk counly council has acquirer Trinity rhurch rectory at Slmcoe tor a children's shelter. A peace memorial bridge over Hie between Buffalo and Bridge burg, (OnU, is proposed. laurier baa received over 5 000 letters oi condolence since Sir Wilfrid's death. A' co-operaliTe iatery is planned by a Toronto union of bakers. A co- operative cigar factory Is already tin- A Mark of Value DDD There are many kinds of Pianos at Vary- ing pnces. You cannot estimate their value by their appearance. But you can recognize the "Mason Risch" name, and avoid any uncertainty. This name identifies honest is the manufacturer's assurance of full value in materials, merit, and work- manship.' Buying direct from'the-manufacturer U'a privilege: enabling'sou to avoid Iho uilddlcrrlan'and- .hit Mceislte profits. Our "Factory to Home" .Sires you. the. abort cut lo thrift. MASON RISCH LIMITED M.OCK FIFTH ST. LETHBRisWll men, who are petitioning to lisve a re- of his 'only son. Major Her II turned soldier chosen. Qulller-Couch. -M.O., K.t A. QnlHer-Couch Alderman W. A. ifcAdam, of Dun our midst are all reported as-bet- 'ter and there-seems to be no severe cases wilft any chiliiren over five years Xo adults ore reported; as be In the land of freedom and democra: ic institutions three senators by "fili- bustering'' tactics held up Congress and prevented the -bringing about ot important, jlegidattrL We may occa sronally take a'dig at toe good old Bri lisa Constitution, but such a thing would never be allowed to happen in Great Britain, or Canada. The people's rule would not be suifered to be ibwarted-fcy the action of three men. hundred and nupils from E. S Xo. 26. York township. Ont.. will to attend Gled- hlll'Avt.nue school. The Buffalo. Lockport and' Roches- ter trolley line has been sold for J500.- 000 to two Rochester men. Tne Com- pany wili be reorganized and operated ,by the bondholders. Armour Co.. II is said, purpose buiiaing a two million dollar plant in Toronto. Matthew Blackwell, it Is al- With Consul at Latest Ruling Handed Out can, lias beta chosen as tbe publicity commissioner of Victoria by the executive of the Victoria and. Inland Development association.. Frank.K Wilson', imbllclly direclor of Uie Liberty has purchased captured German helmets from .he War. Department, for Uie nominal sum of i'l. They will be used as priz- es in the spring loan'drive... Evidence of graft at Camp Grant. Hrlun Major who was old, nas serving with the Army of OCCIIIM- tlon in Germany. Dr. 11: M. Blake'of Winnipeg North ,ias given notice'that he Intends to move for all documents anil copy ex- changed between any department of Iho government and any person or per- sons relative to clu'rgea of eeOitioii made againEt ISlsbop Budka fl{ Winni- peg- Following intervention, hr Ge.nernl Krajic.het. officers or officials'.at. tlic r Frank Morrison, secretary oi; the A F of L. says organized labor.will of age. ing SI] Consul Beazer Ward Reorganized On Sunday .last.the Ward Confer- ence was held at Heazer.and a vtry good attendance of the people theft 1 refuse to "share in the" results" if., its of ____-- com- lllsTinvoking "in organized' ring ot mandcr, t'be. 'tu'yntd wldiers and business mfn has been over tb the 'rnlasion in disclosed, following complaint of sol-, Bulgaria tohni dlera lhat they were nol getting en- ough to eal. The dealh occurred recently etaughler of Makepeace Thackeray. ShrJ w, in 1S37, and spent part of hei mu iiuiiiu a 'in Paris with Thackeray's Jaw'have decidbfi lij advertise for u whose hatband, Major Sniythc, was for the local force, and original of j the clerk has beqn Injlrnctcd JO ail- _ jyertlw Ibe'poBlllos .wifeMnlljaUjialary Janet Xen-'castWI-lias of }D5 a nionlb. An'increase ol Or-j month'fa ajl Bnrf-and KliW 'Presbyterian ''clmrch granltd, __-j 'tile rharpft "first vMr., ntly of time'oHha William es. V .MaKepeace auu bnrti in 1S37. and spent part ot her The police .commlsatonere at Mooso io The price readjustments If., ita ''li fJgBXie.' March United, Scales are ;o be endangered." n has harmed- onl .the to! vjon'ut tiniiiu iiao lowing Information, wMch.will be of At a.gellerai meeting of the Proctor Interest'to American citi'eos farmers' institute, the resig- ing in Canada: It'will fce rCQilrai'by. the nations of S. S. Kraser as vice-presi- and J. A. McKay as a director, States government lhat ell children Were' accepted will regret, and'A. G. witnessed their in" tfiisVtrhual born of American parents in the was ele'cled vice-president, gathering. As Bishop Geo. A. Duce j minion shall be reeistered In the con- has removed to .Cardslon j sulates. Children.', of yisiich" pirerits family, it was necessary t.o.reorga.nize ]n appointing the falher-In-law o! Vhere are sorh'e points which we in Canada can, etidently, give the Old Ji Mien IliULetllull luau have, lost'under reciprocity. I Country. (he-'matter of the of tould That shows the short-sightedness com- promise now, Manufacturer, and itcept the reciprocity agreement of 1911, for ft is still available? milk' supply. -Milk in Great Britain is sold at present without any license, or restriction, or proper inspection, and a is on foot that these be put in force. The milk sup- ply is urged the attention of the new- ly or Health in Great Britain. w'jlh the recomrnendation that wha'f we have 'in force here should be put into operation. li QUEBEC BEATING OUT ENGLISH PROVINCES? j It Quebec setting Ihe belter of the Knglish province's in young men for service in public ilfe? T.kere is'no question that the young (nen ijf (Juonec enter public life, hi most instances, display-ability'and firilllancy far mure marked than src apparent in the representation from the Engl'eh provinces. seeml io have a fondness for young men. as J13 represenlatlves; the tcXh'er'.prov inces seem to place, their faith in the dix. Oermany is thus placed In the the Bishopric. The 'coftncjlldr. Mr. Geo. E. Peterson, 'vta's; accepted by. vote-of new incumbent his aseistants. .Messrs." Royal M.'. Oeaze'r and John Ockey. Very favorable reports were given of all the organizations. The Young Ladies'- Mutual Improvement 'Associa- tion was .reorganized as 'Mrs. Geo, CA.'.Duco had to relcaeed'on ac- count of her removal willx-her hus- >and from the Ward. The people ol Beazer hold in the highest' e'sleem heir retiring Bishop and.his wife, as :hey have labored most faithfully for Lhe welfare o' all there. Mra. Brighani was sustain ed as the'new president of thc-Voung i Association. sulates. eniWren.', or m appointing me i liould have their interests guarded by orle of the truslees as jai heir, parents by reporting births at Of the 'Sault Ste sciool Germany has much lo cleanse her- self with before she Is regarded de- cent company for Ihe other nations 'he five big nations do nornjlend to admit tionf. to the league1 of For this reason they are con- templating attaching the com- pact to the peace treaty as an appen- Wddle-agef .position of slgnlnu the treaty without Why doesn't public life appeal more; securing admission .to the Ixiague, al- j io Ihe abl'eyiiing' ifiu English though al tne same time she lias to accept the principles of the same. The way of the transgressor is rlghlly Service Federation of Canada' has not as yet reached .the actual work oflbe that money rnaWrig1 nrc-nFOre nltracllve 16 them? The Krenca-Ganidians have few nieir of wealth: the protewioni Kfll more-to educated young made hard. danger that Hea In .the protruding wi.5.89 is the second largest might lion, Erskine Hiissell is'dead tesf- liorn Iri W. lius sell was appointed a'privy coiincillor the in He1 rfas-Ihe'yotirigeV son of lior llic iiunie Sir Arthur Qulller-Coucli has'received' periods he twee ri lews ot Ihe from pneumonia was the. author .aiaBe ilrai '-various Jd 1885. He lerpfts'booits. WIN FOR BOLSHIES LONDON', March non liolshcvlk forces, having been dcfea ?A by soviet have retired I ward Odessa from north of cit according to a wireless ill [irtUh rlaled In Moscow on March MJ. io mm I HUNGARIAN ELECTIONS TH'IWl'Kar. Jlarch JThc KiiviTlimnnt lias yet April 13 as ''Im diitc for Ihe clMllon of rlolcgalfs 'lotlio Hungarian national aiEtmbly. PAHiS, March .commisslo on International labor leglslallon tie probably Ian meeting today whe it reached an agreement on all pofn at The United conle lion Iliat (Dmitry Us Inlc-rnal lijlior 'pfobleins -wltlioilt invoking the power ot Ihe league" of tiatfona prevaileil. When the Old Uniform Comes Put on Fit-Reform YeulMHce the smart snappy neatness novelty of the models and the snug fit of the new spring styles. All returned soldiers welcome here. Conie in all see law 'latest modek in Fit-RelWm Suits and ?m eio McKELVl-n 8c McGUIRE ;