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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MAKC.M Vt. 1921 THE LftiTHBRlDGfe! DAILY HERALD GRAVE OF I Attack On Admin! strttion He. Kcdshaw's (irave Kcccives 1 Tribute From His Comrades The mmiy Mends' of who was killed in Franco, will he j pleased to road the eonti'llls ol the I following letter which received I recently by Adjutant Hardy, of the1 Army. Ptf. Kedsluiw was a! valued men-tier of (lie Herald'f. a j member ol liic Salvation Army bum) j and a close friend ol' a wide circle in this city prior to overseas in 6 He at ho ntler. whk-n- is self planatory, follows: I he Salvation Army OiUce ol Iho liesideut Secretary C41 University Street .Montreal. 11 arch 5, 1S21. Officer jn Charge Salvation Army. J.ethbridge, Albertu. tlo. rte. A. K-edshaw: My bear Comrade: Yon may PAGE ELEVEN THE KICK Conference llcxt. .iccisions taken at tha to be held in that those ruling Canada at the present time did not represent the voice of the people. I'ewmullly of General Ilig Fac- tor in (he Kecenl Election may not have heard that by a strange j coincidence the wreath to be placed' on the grave of the above named, ar-j rived in Amiens a day or two before I arrived at. the same town on a. visit lo see the work carried on by our own j people in the hostels of eonaolation and also a visit to tlie battlefields. It was immediately suggested that I. lin- ing a Canadian Salvationist, should have the honor of placing the wre-.ith tifion the srave on" behalf of the be- reaved relatives and his comrades of the Lcth'bridgn band. This I consider- ed indeed a great honor. We found the cemetery with no dif- ficulty, it being Itnown to our officers who had visited it on previous oc- r-isioliG. Perhaps a word concerning the cemetery Itsell would hero he of interest. It is a coritiriuaiioG of a local which T.-.IS In existence ba- W.C.T.U. Launch Campaign To Establish Blue Laws CHICAGO, Mar. cim- paign by the Womtn's Christian Temperance Union for strict Sun- day observance and against tobac- co was announced today starting April 3. Thiy to prohibit golfing, pleasure automoblling. baseball, movies, theatres and dancing on Sunday, LO.VIJON'. Mar. Canadian; Cape Town correspond-' ont of the Times writes as follows concerning the significance of the re- cent South African general elections: Sniulu' victory owes Its mag-1 Hie desire of the entire 1 KugliBh-spenking part of the people i to meet Ihe Dutch-speaking part in a I great joint effort to obliterate racial-1 ism 'from South African politics. Secondly, to the conviction held by tho same elements of the utter fatuity I of Hepuhlicauism. a conviction! strengthened In the case of the Hug- i lish-spealting portion by Its devotion I to tile Drilixh connection, and, In the casd %f the Dutch-speaking portion by the realization of the economic, de fensire'and financial advantages partnership in tho British Common.- wealth; Thirdly, to the marvellous energy, brilliance and devotion with which (Jeneral Smuts personally conducted the campaign. I Never in any South African election i has the personality of a single indivi- dual counted for to much. His j judgment in demanding an election was seriously questioned at the out- I I'res. licatty'd Interview Uroiifht I Up in Com- mission Will Not Report OTTAWA. Mur. i'ress.t tariff to submit u report. The ter of finance would probably Utfona Ihe house when (he wil brought ilown ai to Information fathered. PAPER BAGS TAKE TWO PER CENT. OP STORE'S TURNOVER VAN'COUVKIl. Mar. Two pel- cent of tho gross turnover of of Vancouver's largest departmental stores goes to buy the paper and the bags In which tho goods arc wrapped. Ihe openins of tho house todny C. F. .lonnsion. Last Mountain, drew, the of tl'e government to an interview which 1C. Bcattv. Iv.C., president of the C.P.R. had given In I regard to the deficit on the Canadian Xalional lUiilway. according to hern today. a statement published In St. Louis Post-Dispatch. of" BELIEVE SIX DEAD IN CHICAGO GRAIN ELEVATOR EXPLOSION plosion Saturday night iu the elevator of lite Armour Grain company, on the .Mr. Johnston said that Mr. Dually i was reported as having strongly ad- j vised a policy of increasing Immigra- tion In order to Improve conditions j for the government railways, in i view of this. Johnston wanted to know whether it was the intention of tire government to bring down amend- ments to the Immigration law, making it less restrictive in regard to the na- tionality of the immigrants. The prime minister replied that no such legislation was contemplated at the moment. Should tho government de- cide to bring in legislii the house would be Midland. Uestigoudie, asked "The price of wrapping paper today is nearly throe times as high as In 1914." an official of thia linn "In pre-war days wo paid flvo cents; today we pay HU." RAILWAY COMMISSION FIXES HEARING DATES FOR WESTERN CANADA OTTAWA. .Mar. (Can. Press) Western hearings of the railway com- mission on the general Investigation Into equalization 0[ eastern ami west- ern freight rates have been died an follows Victoria April 10 government do- April T; nctona Aoni lation of this kind U; Calgary April IS; Bdmoulon April advised Saskatoon April 21: Hcgina April FORMER COCHRANI BANCH MANAGER IN TORONTO I set Ol the campaign by. many usually shrewd observers who predicted TORONTO. Mar. H. A. Mullius, ev-M.L.A., of Alberta and former manager of the Cochraue ranch in that province, is in Toronto visiting his holue town, lie has been in tiie west .engaged in stock raising, tor lue past rMtOT place "There is no in the world for raising fore the war. li is in a beautiful spot .-UK! its still boar marks of the terriblfi war. The. little, Chanel nearby has fallen into roof is badly shattered -ind its walls have baen punctured by shells. The Irn- pcrial War Graves Commission recently levelled tho soil and pre-Iish thi pared it for the memorial and liead healthy stones and while these are not yet in j opportunity place, the whole appearance is that of, ____ pcacefulness. In company with Staff Captain Tay. lor and another comrade we knelt j am! developing stock than the prairie of Western Canada.'' said the colonel, in an interview today, "and all we want is a free open market in Great Britain. Statistics show that there are close to 1.000.000 feeding cattle and dairy cattle short in has j Great Hritain and Canada can replen- well bred, given the shortage with cattle If she is WILHELM'S TROUBLES side the grave and 1 allowed my mind to wander back to Canada, and al- i hough I had not seen his comrades nor the comrade whose mortal re- mains lay beneath the soil, yet he was a comrade and we committed our- for better service and then ask- God. who understands all hearts and is able to Sympathize with the broken hearted, to allow His Messin Apparently thfl IQW val- ue of the German mark In Holland is causing Ifii-Kaiier WHlielm some trouble. Quite recently it made the purchase of furniture in Holland im- possible and thft I'oi-mer Kmperor in- structed his advisors to write asking the government to allow the follow- ing articles to be sent to him: 12 pairs felt slippers, li cane-bot iiii i i chairs, 13 curtain rods, 11 din ,o ho upon the loved who moura IBK room I2 swinging electric his Ions, and the comrades whose thoughts had prompted them to send this memo.'-ial to be placed upon his srave. I cannot quite 101! yon the feel- lamps, !2 celling electric lamps, 2 wasii-stands, 2 cupboards for brooms and dusters, 6 night tables. 6 small tables, 12 lamp shades, 1 electric, lion remember the spot, and as 1 looked ]jgSi WCJC and 1 have taken some photographs but at the moment thev are not ready and i am not sure wrhether they will be satisfactory or not. The sunlight was not quite proper for the taking of photographs, but as soon as they are completed 1 will send you copies. Yours most Hinccrety H. J. Wlta'llIT. Staff Captain. demands, and for so n on itselt the doing broiMt er st the Louis Diicharme, Copper Cliff, is INTERESTING ADDRESS history, construc- I tion and uses of reservoirs were de- scribed in an interesting address de- livered recently before the Civil University of Toronto by L-UV unl Ulli, IS I [Ills Utjell InOVGO with attempting to blackmail I I'roinineut consulting against their own principles." charged with attempting to blackmail i "ore- a I'rommout consulting Tony Carlo, a butcher, who called ,lt i engineer. Alter pointing out that ir-l iiis home to collect a bill j reservoirs had been cou- Elructod thrao und four thousand Everywhere in the Dominion dELLO ____ ------j years ago in nelucliistan. 'he saicl jtl'.al similar work was undertaken in ancient Egypt, Peru. India and Cey- ,lon. the materials used by these almost i prehistoric engineers being much the j same as those used today, with the j exception of iron and Portland ce- ment. The old constructors would is "Canada's MbstFamous Dessert" GRAIN IN STORE [take advantage of some natural de- i bushels; oats 12.27S jdivity, generally up on a catchment' "87; flax iarea. :inrl rlstn flic Inti, i: tLOritfirio Cuticura Talcum FMciKBtmyly Always Healthful Cm. lleml; IMm, lAmim, It run n, iarea, and dam the low parts sl'jne, clay and compact earth, j Owing to tha of provid- I ing proper outlets and overflows. I howeiier, these works were almost I foredoomed to ultimate dlslntogra- I tion. There are only one or two In- 1 slancus of ancient reservoirs remain- I ing in use today. The Spaniards, hoiv- j ever, wore more successful with thoir massive masonry dams. .SUMMER REDUCTION FOR SCRANTON COAL i WILKESRAIUtlO. Fa.. Mar. 21.--, I 'i'hrua of the largest coal producers thn anthrac.ttci region wJlh head- nuarters at Scranton have announced lhat nn'eclive April 1. prices of coiil 111 domestic sizes will be reduced 50 cents ii Ion. The reduction will bo based on the usual' summer rnle schedule which provides for the addi- tion of 10 cents each month j.Vlay 1. until the present price is re- TVI.N'XiriiG, .Mar. follow- ing statement of stocks in store in terminal elevators at Fort William during the week, were issued by the board of grain commissioners Satur- day Stocks in de-j bushels; oats 12.27S.7.1I; bin-ley rye bushels' oats barley I171.3IS- flax rye flail Wheat C7C130 bushels: oats barley 1KIU1- Max .13.77-1; rye nil. SCHOONER REFLOATED j ST. .lOilXS. Mar. 21.! nip llrifish sclioouer Itobert A i Kay of St. Johns. .Newfoundland was! abandoned ami set on lire at sea In latitude X.. lonsifmlo 48.11, on j .March IS. and Ihe crew were taken otfby tho United wales steamer! Triumph, ncci'iriltng to a wireless mes-i sage rori'lvi'd here yesterday. The' lloberl, A. Hay, owned by .Messrs S Harris Limited. (Irallrl Itatlli. left Ifrand Hank a few days aw for fjlh- raltar for orders with a lai-u cargo or When you eat let it be the best WAGSTAFFE'S Real SeviJle Orange Marmalade Au Orain'K ami Bciltii wllr, care In SilcerParu COAL PRICE DROPS Mar. 21.-It. was an- noudced this morning that n drop of 30 cents a ton hi the pric.o of coal will occur here on the first of April althoui-rh this reduction will not be felt by the general public, for three or four weets. It was also stated that possibly tho drou might be as large as a dollar. GOVERNMENT HAS NOT HEARD OF FRAUDS OTTAWA. Mar. 2l.-Him. Murphy. Russell, was informed In Ihe! houso this aflernoon that Ih0 RUVSI-II-! was not aware lhal thn charges wore bniim imide in thnt Iho I I'or.'cV sur- I rilu-ins were, helNR The of NIK iliiilriliiitlim of I moiif.y had to south side, under which the bodies, of four victims wore believed to be i whether the tariff commission which _________ .'concealed. The two known dead i toured the country would make a re- wre blown out of the structure by j Jwrt and if this report would be sub- CII1CAOO, Mar. 21 recking the blast, which, it was believed was mltted to the crew, today were clearing away the due to spontaneous combustion wind, tons ol debris scattered by an isnited inflammable mill dust Tho premier replied that it was not -un in exctu I the piactice for commissions on the gen for service. 22: Brandon April Winnipeg April At tile Vancouver and Victoria hearings the commission will also consider the application of the British Columbia Telephone company for in- in exchange rentals ami char- "landsllde" of tlio South African Par-1 ty Dutch to Nationalism, which would not be balanced by urban gains from i Labor, but the total results have proved that the Dutch followers of! the South African Party have stood firm and actually increased in num-; hers, though it is also true that the Nationalists' voting strength, thanks i to a registration system that favored them, showed some increase. It is important to remember in this connection that the South African'. Party organization at the outset of i the campaign was lamentably defici-: ent. and was only repaired by the en- i thusiasm and devotion with which j General Smuts Inspired his adherents.; The Nationalists, on the other hand.] were perfectly organized and ready i for the election. Their leaders and j newspapers hart confidently predicted I that the old South African Parly I would be practically obliterated. In the event the South African Party lost only two seats on balance to the Nationalists, and probably with a: longer period for propaganda to pane- i tratc Ihe rural areas they might havo j actually gained. I The tremendous swing round of the Labor voters, as compared with March, is due to ihe impressive man-' tier in which General Smuts brought home the danger of an Indetermln-, ate poll, also to the deep dissatisfac- tion with the attitude of Labor mem-; hers during the last Session, and also to the 'fact that at the last election the dominating economic issue.drove, many Unionists Into the Labor camp, i whence they havo now returned to i the South African Party. The strength of the Nationalist vote is the amplest justification, of i General Smuts' policy, and South Af- rica realizes the danger from which she escaped. The Xationalist leaders i profess satisfaction, 'though .Mr. Tiel-1 man Roos deplores "so much unfaith- fulness." He insists that the Nation- alists persist ami prove how little value attaches to "lies about civil war i and the tearing up of the Constitution by which the cowardly part of our population has been moved A Flood of Flavor in the candy-coating Crunch the crisp candy-coating between your There you have the real delight of dainty Adams Chiclets. A flood of delicious flavor is Peppermint, tingling with life; or luscious Tutti-Frutti, rich as Ambrosia; or tempting wonderful new Spearmint developed by Adams. Later you'll appreciate the benefits of this good confection to your teeth, your digestion, your nerves. Sold everywhere, ten Chiclets for 5c. in the famous Chiclet cardboard packet. Adams product, particularly prepared In the GREEN ardboa pachet The Original Candy-Coated Gum cardboard paclcei ;