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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FO17R nir. i-rvuirmiOGB DA11-.V HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1910 Sbc letbbriboe Dcralb CCM of a cor.m'.oJily which, it u-aclits the f.vj Tho bo ae- Lbcr is no ict mining tue. DAIW AND WEEKLY and Publisher! TNt I.ETHBR1DCE HEHALP PRINT- j INS COMPANY, LIMITED jtt.'.-l Its Mh South, W. A. Bucnanan ,Jrr; Prwideat and Mnaagiug Director Mm Tjr ranee rt'ilk-iu .u-ict mining f- o'i: il is col i I V Therv are other J'1 TELEPHONES JtUttlneu Oifce tsltoriil Office cnunted for. doubt au ill; price of culy factor. cuter ia'u cost. The j VOittcn iu wbich of labcr cu the sliouM be clearly eo -.hi: au un- di-.siaroiiig ar.J ooucf-ptlou may bo .irr-i 'cil at. The ot prkvs should lie ,1 j Business matter for investigation. The ____. taje fl profits which altect tlie price o; commodities to the consuming pub- lic should come under the -amo pro- cess. Tho big industrial employers In the case of a demand for higher PICKED UP IN .CAffil We. Jack With 'Flu in SugitrTown First C. Al. R- C. M. R. Home Too' HA1JVAX, 'X.sli March docieJ ;af' a.m. ..Olccni- Member Audit Bureau of CirciMatlo Subicripticn Kites: Dally, -.'clnered, per _-lS Dailv. delivered. veil ......I; 50 Dully by mail, per year ----..Ja-W) Weeily.'ny mall, per year......M 50 Weekly, bj mail, per year to Mar. l.u-k Kolph was welcomed home libt by a l.irge ainl cnihus-iastio tier tho cf Arch very ab'y hjudled the to ltct> linker last last year in the Cami-; ot .the -----have a club which they !u''.J Jia" jout to ths general public in the mat- 1 ter ot the demand and the- acceding to tho fame for higher wages. When the demand tor higher wages :s grant- ed, more often than not. ijje price of article is jumped to thy public to a disproportionate extent. in lirasooiif. Af'.er r.MdtliiR' consWeraWy owir.; to a brand Ki'slanJ h-.- was soon sent to m vogue Jack says hi- saw all the fierniMs Uu throiij'-oal the voyage. Voder this waau-a to. ami they treated him oltlctK controlling th" disem- Bates of i dsily ly decent. Uw. Iteciiusp they on the irove or to larkation were required to transmit Uic-ir orders to the various officers in Lothbridge haJ an experience of ihls here. in the settlement of the oont strike in i wards "ihe Faderland." Mr. Itoli'h.i charge ot units through the- contingent j Jack's father, is ftill in i staff. Mr. rolan. inductor of schools of; Moreover, tho usual list of names Cartlston, is paying' an official visit ivill not be available, it is stated, un- til tf o'clock this evening. Gordon Youns. a son ot Mr. H. Ueut.-CU. R. A. MacKartane, D.S.O. an lUnor two tars, commanding the 5Sih 11O-A- nl flilt ij a 1 en route t sa Toronto Battalion, is a Montreal man. Vaticou-' is OIIe of two orieiual officers now where he will lake the boat ihe battalion." The other is knee of after expiration date li the rise in the price of ccfcl to oar authority to coatlani'the. consumer "tfiuV out ofproportion criptlon. fj'-___- ,'ri increase in the coil of ihe com Now Zealand, where lie is going as a Major IX Carrutherf, D.S.O. and bar nibdity incri-ase.cost j tutssior.ary for tlie Mont'.Lni iluirch.; ;md M.C. and bar. of labor. t'. There are things in the of the COMBATTING 'FLU MAINLY WITH PUBLIC In coml'stiing the 'flu chat is now revising us the public important and effective part, and it rests ivith the public to sense its re- fpousibility in the same. The public can do much In the way of minimizing the spreW of the epidemic by cooper- ating iitb. the authorities' who are busy in fighting the unwelcome vlsi- Itor, Without panicy much can be done with cool and collected minds without in the least iray dis- counting the seriousness of tie ent- demic. As has.been wisely fliated by the chairman'of tie'Board of Health, any- thing in the way of restrictions will be forced on the public by the action the public taSes in regard to itself. These .that shonld be wisely heeded by to whom they i the rntereWs that ticalar body. _...... :The going to places where the pub- lic is wont-to gather in normal'times every individual ahould discretion. Tie tnances of' inCwction should be verr carefully -weighed. The public in con-- onrtion with the health authorities ild assume a, mutual responsibil- i It-this is the stand the public i Gordon still shows that he lias been manufactured article and in some of production which are beyond the phil- osophy of the ordinary Individual.-The eooner matters are probed an-.l made clear the sooner there will rest in in. dustrial circles, and agitators when .Mtrm j heU aa Irrigation meetitig in Wnriicr on Saturday, I'pwanU of thirty fanu- tr5 were present. Tiie Harker, McMrusn. Vow- let ami Jensen o: MagratU, were hero U. 0J g( .Monday o attcmi an .rriSnt-on meet- i tolall( thU there is a wise though weighty clcirhrs be no necessity r for a Tie -ttenfore, rests considerably iih In the matter of th schools medical.authorities oi lie nialcjng Iiual shown to be unreasonable will alien- I'ganize inio.au Irngatioa district, ate rather than welcome sympathy. In I 'St.'Talrick's day was kept by I.leut.-Col. liurnett D.S.O.. C'roti de Guerre 1914-15 star, of Lloyd rmualer, Sask.. commanding the 1st r. M. !t.. returning on the Baltic, went over as adjutant ot the unit. He stp.'.es that approximately 5500 went through the unit during its per- active service. The casualties lied 3052. The unit pro- 'edej to France in September. 1915, as dismounted cavalry. al Ont. A new Commercial school is plan- ned (or Lwndon, Out, David lirown. a farmer ot Sand- wich heavily by! fire. The, widow of the lalo Judge Clark Cobourg. The Quebec LcfUlalure abolished Courts of Htview, Soldiers' vives in Calgary aro pro- tesiing against lite raising of rents. Quebec. Province, will accopt its fliarc ot the federal loan for housing. wUil. Tlics. -Manley ot sarnia. dlod of pneumonia following influenza. Franco spent five Lililon dollars pi shells during the war. those iu .ponsible aulfcor-, two- ____ it.'Patrick's "SPITE FENCE" T0; SHIELD JURORS "K'e read that-when, in York, Mrs. Etetty inch, the comely and charmingly attired young woman who is now to -be tried a second time on a rRe of attempted extortion, enter- ed -Jwtice-Bariv court stie-found'tbSl tti' of reasori St-'Patrick's dayi is always kept in. the church ii? because on that ilay n'as organized. Hence these .reunions j -1 and d.incin? for all at night, real ;0c'al. ThQss Chickens Won Distinction In December ot the same year they pre reorganized as fin infantry unit id continued to act as such through I the engagements o' the 3rd Divi- are held throughout Ulc [sion. Among the officers of the unit day afternoon a real spicy program: Vi'ho have especially distinguished was given. Then iu the evening lunch j themselves is Major Barker, V.C., H was a Il-S-O., M.C.. vho transferred to the Hoyal flying" Corps. Lieut.-Col..Johnspn, D.S.O.. and U'e are called once more to report: liar and Croix de Guerre, 1914-15 star, what Justice of the Peaco O'Brien cle-iot Victoria. is the oaly original dared was the main cause, in Ills be-1 officer jsf the. 2nd C. M. H. "returnlog lief, for so many chicken suppers.'and i on the Baltic. Col. Johnson stated carpenters had nailed plank boards itliat was that a certain man in town! that' his unit sustained upwards of irrmind t'heT ol "the' aand, from which at the first trial her vivacious and shapely person had been visible to the jury, who later had refused to convict r "It's a spite fence." smiled Mrs. Inch, when she came into court.; So runs rhe dispatch. l; If the woman In the case is in the -way she construed the dure irith. regard to the place she was to- there is T Lang, for several years asses- sor ami collector at i'almerston, Is dead. Aid. D. S. Taylor, of Saslltloon, has resigned, and 15 moving to Van- couver to live. Henry Stein, a wealthy Miles City merchant, has been sentenced for bootlegging. W. C. Crawford. Chatham insurance agent, and former mayor of TiJbury, is dead. .Mrs. Amy "vYoodford-Fiaflon, the as many People came to us last year than in any previous year to have their Pianos Tuned That meafts that good work well done our hundreds of reg-- ular customers have told friends of the higUy satisfactory results they obtain- r- ed h'erejruntt! our tunings have just doubled. Our service is decidedly superior; our MASON 6c R1SCH LIMITED ALMORAL ILOCK FIFTH IT. five miles north ot Lincoln; composer whose Indian love lyrics are. communication with devastated popular in America and England, died secMoos suddenly in London. Dr. Creelman emphatically denies charges by the Toronto branch G. j'onnd .hat hls-noUicr had died tbejl'asco, Wash., dnrins Ino absence, of e HaTTy Chatham, Ont., from ovwstas. he'capaofty of MoPbail, formerly of Creek. who was drowned on, the Uanttovery Castle. Mra. 'It. Ij. Morton U acting in ttio auditor at itted the boys to take ihi> c'acii-J casual.Ues and that upwards of lers (o nis place anil there prepare j had'paseed through its ranks them tor their final re-sting place.! since its arrival in Prance. The casu- Tnus ho barbored-them in their steal-1'allies included 39 otlicers killed and His indiiference as to tlie- ulti-1120 wounded. ,.An especially good mate results of such acts by the hoys, seems to have been a matter 6: little concern to hitn, but he is warned not to permit any boy to play cards or eat chicken again on his premises. 'Flu in Raymond, Too The. 'flu epidemic seems to be in- creasing, according .to UKT reports ot Dr. Greenway. previous morning.1 It tvas about six- teen years since he bad teen home. _____________ __ Miss AleUa Elsie Marly, M.A., Ot- Ont'ario -was a" nieeti'ne o! hlls appointed n public A. of ill-treatmeut of blidd sol- diers at the O. A. C.'Guelph. A branch of the United Farmers ot in EUtes It their opinion in OVOILU suraeifllBs 11 i j r, ot U which of mankind in jnrcws rJnllarO? lias been employed UIB yarUcular glres occafeicfa ;for JHaymond '3Iercantile CQ. to hanille the lumfeer and implement Departments. Mr, Chewier vAsplumi of narnivell. i _ the, te aparticulerly am: coinectioB the last outbreak oi infiiwaidtwe that, it his had feet la m rm t the 'spread of tfte ease. scmetJitaK of la tiis'in tfe fact'tsi't toe children' iroold come more ctaeely to the attention of the' teac-hers in .the Fay of showing malaise taey maid. The closing oi tie schools irttb. the children ailomd to wander around and mingle with otteri offsets what fci 'sonjirt to lie.eilnea.ln the cloeing of the Kboola. The dictum of the U. 3. medical men skonli not be takeu K read, Tilere may be clr- of -which we are not aware tbat rortigated against the application of. tfc.e closure. It is a matter, there- to te dictated by the bealti aiv thoritiec here. catL oaly take the neoem advbe the public fo precautions and by MJII to anyaitig ot (rra- tkere may be in the present epl- to enpbatlae Uw gra- Tity than otherwise la arranging oar eooduct in abating' the spread of disease to ahy mevaelng proportions. j THE DEMAND FOR; MORE The demand for higher coup- i led with "sSorier hours, is" the'seuftj-- al cry In the ranks -of -Ijabor, tottay. It is not confined ID any particular locality any particular country, i '-i Iri its'exfcnt and la J hafiadtng the-responsrtie J. In tlift belief that the employ- 1 Is maMnK a big and Illegitimate pro- 1 At in' -wealth the man -who labors j to produce there la excuse, if j tot reason, for ths attitude of Labor i The may not he well founds j in Uie case of all employers, for ii exorbitant proIiL1; are not -j made. But Labor has to be fihown thla. In the measure that Labor is In leHlgent and not unreasonable it, be depended on to eenso Skpat oti lot or all men fall Victims to'the ilandlshnjenti o< the'-woruan that is Whether tjis really the _caap mijht. well ei- tae conoero oc-men in general to the influence a jletticbat.has on them. Is II that the 'charm' of the outweighs tie interests of law iHd justice .a? in this particular case D Uia preeautJonE fiat bare been made to render the- fair Mrs. Inch [Krtlaliy invisible to the jury? u. so] the claim of wocen for women 'jur- 5ra to try cases where women are con- ceraed has advanced a solid step'' The abovo episode stultlties an argument which has been raised In he matter of granting votes to women. K has been said that in parliamentary elections, with the women baving-the right to role, in case of rival candi- dates the women's votes would go to the candidate -who was the, belter look- ng without considering the qualifica- tions ot the two. If the New York caw ii 'any1 criterion, and can be look- ed on as general, tften -what applies to ie woman applies. to the man In the case Where the interest of the com- mritrtty has to le served. the .experience of Mrs. Inch alarm IA some quarters over (ho prospect ol being In parliament as a gen. rale. Her Influence, K she is chafminj. Is bound to be great, and wishes (n the matter of legisla- o! the Hoiiss. voting M-ffch their better Judgment! carried away by ihe e -diffuses, 'maHca the pro% pect not very Inviting tor the huafncsi ot the country. piece of work by the unli was that of the'lOtlr o'f'Augusi last when it took the IVQucsnoy-eti-San-1 terre, taking 200 prisoners, at a cost] of 49 killed and" 120 wounded, l The: piece of accomplished with- out ihe aid and mainly through Honors Among the 'officers of the unit ivho especially themselves are CaiH. J. M.C. and tar, D.C.M., of B.C.; Col. W. fopfer. O. with two bars, it pres- fanners. The first woman to be nominated to the pntario "jMJss TJelle Murray ,of Ayliner, declined the hon- Roger -Atkinson Pryor, former jus- tice of the Xew York state1 Supremo Court anrt famous as a eoldierjn the Confederate died at bis home here, of pneumonia at the age oE 90. One .person is known to bs dead, and several were injured, also con- siderable property, damage cawed window In Knox church, Cayuga, in commodaftons can-, b'o had by a tornado in Sunders county, forty- memory ot her Hev. U. p.'steamers until'April.. a real success. That man is substn ient to tho -in- Iltienceot a charming woman has been fully laid down. by the judge or the March Press privy council to- day refused leave- of appeal in the vase of the attorney-general ot On- tario and the Church of Christ (Chris- tian Scientist) versus Cameron, etc. -Miss May Orr, of llobcaygeon, de- sired that the whole of her esfato to the value of over sh, used "for sboO only." Sbe in: quests to several; Cnfistiairt Science Her Uia'pil the name bequests and the: court dered the attorney-general should le added as a party. The Ontario court decMe'j !n fcror of Hvo-bejufsls, but the supreme court over-ruled this and (he legacy thereupon TeU'iSlo the resi- due of the estate for the itt'it-of kin's benefit. manuing the lllith liattaiipn. The unit is bringing back GO of''its original tuen-Aefa. r LieuL-Col. T.'WI. and bar, of Moose Jaw, is in cpranafid of the 10th Field A.mbulanca. -He.stated that'as of the "original members of the unit were returning. His'.unlt had helped to the ot i the 3rd the wounded ot the division had been eradiated In record time; the unit had' won Brig.- Gen. Ross' shield lor the ambulance unit in the Canadian Corp In 1917 and had kept it ever Since. Among the officers or the re- turning on the Baltic was Caift, Jl. SanMand, V.C., ot ly oT -Ayr, Scotland, who wcnt.pver as a sergeant. He won his V.C.aV Belle-' vue Spur in the course of the action D. Conrad; who Is assisting in checking c-t o! Elder Elias IVesley Smith, son of the late President Joseph F. Smith and Julia -Lamljson Smith, has been appointed president of tho Hawaiian Mission Mormon church to succeed Elder Samuel K. Wooley. tAt a meeting of-representatives ot almost every branch of business and commercial life of Vancouver, with members, ot, the city council, a rcao- the Winnipeg Great War Veterans'llullon'was'passed favoring the intro- first woman to ba recognized for such a position. _ The altempt to- revive iHe ,bill to incorfwrate the osteopaths Into an as- poclatiou in the province of Quebec fallftd'sipAllr im the'legislative As- association decided to be placed under a Dominion constitution pwing to ihe rapid Increaee In "niembcrshlpy There are now over enrolled. ductlon of an incoriie tax. A new "rush" lo Alaska seems to ,be oh. 'Northb.pund passengers from JSealOe report are go- Mrs. McPhait has placed a metnnrial] ing north that not eVen stcdrage ac- id on the ifiuM be I which made the attack on Fasschcn- iade: be-j daele ncBSible. UP OWING i'amilies ic "Meetings Are '-A Protect Your New Shoes With Perfect Fitting Rubbers i old Ijoanl brttail 01, in IS I He t. native ot, ot ,Mr n hoollarul and court in New York In permittlnj the harrlcado to keep tier partly out of sight