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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TOUR Tlil-. LKTIIBIUDGE. DAILY HEflALD MONDAY, MARCH 24, She DAILY AND WEEKLY artd I LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY. LIMITED S tth Strttt South, W. A. Buchanan aud Managing Director I Tartan i'va? thai all cash J aud Mr. Honey is splendidly .zing 25. per cent, iuore view of ths would occasion ond tbe uncertainty at ibis stage ii would prove efficacious, be saiueifcins in tiic- the Dalps cE eipiry ot subscriptions ap- pear dally on address Knel. Accspt-1 nature of Uie policy of shutting ot papers aKer "Potion 's i stable door Mter tbe horse has gone authority to continue the sub- OUL _ I IcaYui r of closing the school COMING HOWE OF THE 39TH BATTERY The toai is ibai por- tion which belongs to LothbriiJge and jit may be said iliai as a remedy for than be hl3 chattels. Trie or even minimumg, the spread oi disease Ha only merit is that friends and neighbors close by were ii is a fashionable remedy. Closing tho best bidder? and all wish him as l a timt in his new borne as schools by no means prevents dlsirict, will be sopn wlih us. it is to fmm M6embling ill inienis and purposes the first mm] life 'u Alberta. It i; reported Capt. Porter and lAt of loral troops that will be returning to .As such ihe importance of iis at rival should be made ihe most of. The reinnatiis. tor it is that ot the identified 'Tor play. It fs only shmung and opening "It may be true re May will also conduct a sale for Mr. one door Tllcl. s Qresson ot Kimball at his e cMWrenronU bj. to them ihai ihey owe a duty to tbe pubJic'and to in refraining MACIEODRW Had Made Oaly Few Flights in! FrMce He Was i Flying Corns aud made only tew flights. when his machine with himsetf wasi captured by the Huns, and be was placed in a German prison, where he r L'malneil un il tuber, 19 1 S, when be with other prisoners ,yras turned over to the allies. arrived iu England in December. where he spent tbe time in hospital until bs was able lo sail for home. At the time ot being captured be was suf- fering from injuries received in the fall with his machine. He is on three months leave, and will report at To- ronto and receive (reatmem. so .that. he may follow his profession which was banking. city aod tbe surrounding country, from getting together. But not be- ranch about April 1st. Mr. has solil his farm lo Card going into the garage business in Cards ton. J 1 At Raymond j The Alberta Sttke itntual Improve- ment Associations irill preheat BEKDL1SI wilh reception tte wt o, ,he that wekoaie ihe particular! coming, home merits. Eh Ibis there will be nothiDS of discrimination in ing altogether of responsible age. anrl jfour act play. "The Man of tbe Hour" the welcome so lar to the men baTe up to now returned. ther prevailing, with all due deference (o youth the admonition be al Raymond ihis evening, for the faen- efii of the Cardston 2nd "und. The memoirs nearly ail went down by train this morning and are expect- composite unit in tba ease of the-fiftr men Vho are1 return irtg here. ll is, lime find meaos t heedod more hi Uie breach than iu tbe ei to return by auto after .the play is observance. Further there woultf be a The original plan was to play at Magratft on tile evening of the 2l anil at Raymond on the 22nd. As Magrath public, gatherings at present the company will have only The matter oMhe reception of the that set in lOotipa and ere in not aMoirtcg them to mix with oiiers. It Is doubtful whether this can, or will, be religiously observed by all parents. U win hare to be ob- served by all to meet the case. When the French have the Rhine as their military frontier, the "Watch on tbe Rhine" will lie to a different tune, r in. ibfe "aray of a public re- ceptloa.arTanEerJ. purpose a TinbliC 'meeting should tie called as soon.Vs possible. In this matter the inHUlire should come from tie mayoi- Cbe'city commissioners. The re- eeptiqa in. its uature .ought to be-an. otitEWndiEfi one with" ihe local veter- in the NOTHING MORE THAJS A SUBTERFUGE In the matter of tariff revision the aclion on the pan ot the prp- urging the governmeat promised general revl-1 m the Do. changes Ebould at the most I mlnton ia matter progressive .j1 The more ne outbreak in Rhyll camp le being proved the'more it Is ap_parent that first exasgerated and disloried. Sensatioc mongers have evidently been at -wort. be practically confined to tiia removal' i of th'c seven and a half per cent, gen-; j iral and five per cent, preferential In- creasie aoopted durln? tbe early stages of the war, is a mere subterfuge. U' is ari evasion of the real issue. So far as ths interests to whom high lar- ift U ihe breath cf their nostrils and f the further lining of inflated pockets, it is Uie eniri! of ine rich man who ij thrtu' out his crumbs to Lazarus Jo I the high toned notion thai Lazarus i wouW be content therewith- But the i western fanners and the bulk of the 1 people of the weal are not in tht'po- j sitlon of beins" sappHants for the !av- ors of Ihe rich manufacturers, ndr -Mil 1'hey be stalled off with the mere iation already wub the ou the Ol etatute ter of AcTlcuILure for increased facili- ties in tBe way of agricultural educa- tion vital need of the province in regard to Us fcey industry has been wisely and Iboroughly sensed. The German delegates, 5t '13 said, consider that if they are not to ba giv- en a hearing they can spare them- selves the trouble of going to Ver- Faille's, and instead messen- ger to bring the draft of ilie peace treaty to Weimar. In other words they prefer to save their breath to cool their porridge. morsel lu place of the loaf they are Toronto Saturday Night pub- asking for. H the eastern aahw a plea for "-establishment lnose havc hereditary rights to old coat you are wearing with a one instead of worrying over the fam- ily coat-of-anns. imagine that the went 15 going to be jut off In rtetr rightful demands by a ramfly Is bad of comfort tariff policy they the Trill have a rude awakening. The farmers ot the -west are by no means so unintelligent as the protec- tionists would imply in lhatthey would seize on (he bait of the removal of the war time tariff impositions as a halt- way meeting place for. an agreement to stay aclion in regard to the future of tlie tariff, The.Tvestern men have I horse sense in plenty to fcnow that! Herbert Turtle, in a letter to the Canary Herald, gays that in fairness to the Russian situation the other side of the same, as published in certain periodicals in the Slatea, should be laken note of. Mr. Turtle Is endeav- thls only an attempt of the eastern lo rcahc pnMic protectionists lo put off the eril day, as they reckon it, and to postpone ac- tlon ta' that never time known as the Kalends. TliC west lias made tip its mind in tfje mailer ot tariff revision. It lint to be put off by the idles of faleresta in regard to the i moral the seven and a per cent, jand the five per cent, duties re- turn tortle in the accepted views lield In regard to Bolshevism. THE 'DECISION WAft A WISE OrlE Tbe decision jrrlved at by the Board of Hnltti Irt regard to the closing of -the schools was a wise one and a Ju- dlcfow In the1 first place it pre- vented anything In the way of atam- ublic and creating a panic In the not quite warranted. Tdis, howevt-r, is; flol (he main consideration, for, panic or no panic, if the-measure1 was reoes- xary'-in the public welfare, fn this as fn measures ,the of which was realized, the Board .adyiawl 'ih pro'! (W WASHINGTON, March loag list of persons executed by order of the Russian Bolshevlki ''extraordinary committee for combatting counter- revolutions and speculation." including the names of some of (he leaders ot the Monarchist parly, was made pub- lic today by Acting Secretary of State Phillips on tbe basis of Swedish press advices from Petrogijad. A large number.of officers were sbot for spreading Tumors, discredit- ing the sovieLand recruiting the sol- diers for Demhine's army. Madame Steinberg Jakoleva, former president of tbe extraordinary- comroiUee, who ia said to have caused many to be one date. The change iu date Hilled, on the list without likely aflece the attendance, out Reason given for her execution. we heiiore tlie Raymond people will I enjoy the performance ac did ilmzef bo witnessed it at ibis point In the account of the performance1 as given here and publiEhed in the Herald, one paragraph was .omitted concerning the splendid work of >ir. Wm. Lee in his the character. "Henry confid- ential clerk of the wily, "and .merciless The gave the only opportunity f or o show his talent and his denunciation of the cold-blooded Wai aw right: as the! !se of his father's death, was an ex- ceptionally fine bit jOT professionals-would have difficuHv. improving upon it The infant child of ,Mr. and Mrs. Jj Estey Dowdlt has been dangerously! I1, of pneumonia for several U learned that the crisis.is not.yet passed, but the parents entertain i strong hopes for the child's recovery Xone of the school children seem to ae effected FerloWy b? the recent out break of colds. Only the very young children have feeen seriously HI. Horses 'are still being shipped out of the country but the demand not seom very brisk. ]f all the irriga- tion and' railroad work proceeded with as talked of in the papers recent- soaie people are going to regret aaving sold out so soon. Miss Flora Anderson, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J..F. Anderson, who re- cently had a serious operation at the local hospital here, is reported as mak- ing very good progress toward com- plete recovery. Her many friends in Cardston and Raymond will be pleased to learn of the successful operation and her rapirl regaining of strength af- ter such an ordeal. JOSEEMOIRBIIT PORTLAND, -Maine. March The liospital ship Araguaya arrived :iwe loiljj- with 753 Tfoundpi Canad- ian soldiers, including 12 orflcers and five nursing slslera from, This is tho third ilotarfimcnt of 20.000 In come in 19 monCfie, aeml'monlMf. Six hundred ant! sixly-lhree ate from Die Klerltdale Jiospilal, Mvcrpool, 37 frnm Warrcnton hoapllal and 63 from hosiitlal, are lioth near There ara-46 very cases, 73T convalescent, 30 insane and la the The cltrbbed her Into unconKlousneM when she attenpted to resist. Tbe provincial-legislature of B. C. has unaoimoiuljr declared .ta faypr of nglnc the rule of tte tnmi ihe felt to the right fn order lo coiv form to. condtllotn'eiiitiog In.ptler prorincM and acrew Ictemittonal boundary }roe. SpeiMns afrKiMtford, Prof. .Monler- ville Wood, of B.C., aut- ed ttiit tlie collcctfon of stonw VSLS. not for ctiarcpaf for BM 'in gas niafiks, as popularly.'' but for tile manufacture of- the moat dead- ly gas for army X so deadly that the pros ilg'worry al the moment was bowvtdget rid" of 'the im- mense quantify whtpb manu- factured. hut not used. of the German collapse. :'---v The account rendered hy Grey Nuns' hospital tW fitr'ol Ed- monton for the rilri of indigent pa- tients during thts'ytiuti 1917 amotiting IB a total it to be compronftsed by a path of tJJIM. After a residence 'at tVo yeara IB Hegina as manager of the Mutual H. H. Morgai: fpwtotnent member of the RnUrt elnS, and well known in baa Ukeo Itke'.pWatiW o( pro Ttnt-lal manager. ot Mutual Broken ia, W.Uie Owend Including tea and more iVlijli eondl- Hotii Itir'alMeffiH'-'triMMBt of me of make it a eowmuttr-wMf tfclMfttirtipIc In- stitution .are matte iu tlw ne THETWOMULES i THE GRASS in the other pasture always tastes better." This may apply Jo mulei, but it is sheer folly for intelligent thinking men and women to be a fallacy. James j. Hfll hits the keynote of community development, when' he1 "Buying at long range creates commercialry the same conditions that are so unfters- ally fell where absentee landlordism prevails. If farmers, local business men and local merchants should unite to build up and maintain home trade, it would wonrjer- fully to the prosperity of them all. Such co-operation u a part of ihe sdljrtipn of the problem of making country life more attractive and more profitable." We at- tractive stores and complete stocks here al home. Let's patronize them and add our 16 the prosperity of our Home Town, ;