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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOTJK DAILY HEHALIJ TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1919 Ube Ictbbriboe Hlbertt V BAILY AND WEEKLY f- Proprietor! and Publilhsrl (IHE LETHSRIDCE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED US Street South, Hthbrldge W. A. PMliawt: and Minajins Director Mft Tarrance Business Minaser ITHE ON AGAIN OFF AGAIN 'FLU ORDER TELEPHONES Office "iditorill Office 1253 1ZM ins into something in the oi ridicule- the Bo.ird ot Health, throash "5 officer, !ar in the liireclu'a is Ihe see- saw, en apaln. ott again action taken in regard to the orJer tor the dosing of the theatre, etc.. promulgated in j the edition ol Ihe Herald and abraiuJ the evening edition. Eith- er the eJict binning the places ot from opening their doors aid prohibiting the gathering ot the p'.ir-Kc in assemblies made with a Jue regard to the emergency o! the occasion, with a full sense ot Us neces- sity, cr a tomb was needlessly explod- ed :o shatter the pub'.ic nerves in re- to the seriousness of the tnllu- pro- OLD- Banquet and Presentations Mark Function Which Was Largely Attended Herald SUE Correspondent) COWLEY. March 24 In honor ol four old timers and wives families who are leaving the Cowle> district about one hundred and friends cro ded the Masonic Hall on Jtallj-, .Jelivered. per wet-i Dally, delivered, per Daily, .by mail, pt-r year Weekly, by year jreeklr. by mill. per year !o L.S.. I Mi a Ustcs ot esiilry ol satscripllons ap- ftar daily on aWrcsj Isasl. Accept- ance, ot pipers after ciplration date t! lulhority to continue the sub- scription. .THE FARM AS A HOME FOR RETURNED MEN The assurance given that, as soon as fifteen or twenty soHiere express a desire :'or the same, a Utter class. In issuing the order in tlie mom- ing the acting Metfcal Officer o! Health was acting on the rcsponsibtl- I'ie. Monday ninhi and enjoyed one ot the very finest r.u-als over provided b; the lidies bountitul ol the Cowle> Women's Institute. The principal suests were seated a tbe head ol the labio tesi'Je tojs'.mas ter D It. Mclvor. They were recipient of many sUu'tro expressions ct gooj will and best wishes for their future happiness. The were: Mr. and Mrs. J. KMH. who resiled, in the Cow- lev district ior 14 years; Mr, and Mrs. llwyer ana family, for 10'.years; Arrives and Paxnmn Now IB Canada- Honors For Ex-Mayor O'Brien Our Own Mar. I'te. Harry 'Vrui Is back in Itaymond ctter three vears' al.soT.ce in France. I'te. was in the trendies continuously from June 191C until cbout eix weeks belcre une the armistice was signed. He enlisted e ar with the 45rd, going overseas in Ihe 1CKED UP IN M MAN HiniHton-Judge wirnsd nolortati to iwp out ot the wax ot street Tie of tweil rmtlns airplane is considered tte OnUrio CoreruMat. Wliuhor Citr Cowell's Committee Is puuialw owned milk Andrew ot the most prominent citizens ot Is dead, in hli Iinytlfth i-y deputed to him at the meeting of >lr Mackay, for 7 years iud Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Milter for four years. The program ot the toast list was the boanl on the Saturday attemoon cf list week. At that meeting the 'tlu situation was so regarded that it was nqi considered even neceesary to go through with a resolution prepar. to close the schools. Some thirty- six hours after, the situation was so serious, a change bad come s rapidly In the vision ot constituted authority, Experiaiental Farm will it opened, particularly a? it implies that the op- portunity wilt be given for becoming acquainted with (arming on irrigated at the j that drastic measures were land, will, feel sure, be welcomed. The "God Save VMMld, the Mrs early spring ot 1910. Pte. Pi a bar for work. He e Is well and mighty ?bd to bo bacS., Scrgt Paxman Coming Mrs K. U Paumm Just had a wire 'torn Calgary statins that her son, St-rst. Andrew I'aiman landed In IsKfax on the IStti. 11 is expected jhat Sergt. Paitnan vM be home the early part ot the week. Banquet Ex-officials The banquet given by the mayor ind town council in honor ot the old mayor and council in Ihe Lunch Cafe, wr.s a most amiable success. ty those for whom it is intended. is not doubt that in decid- ing lo tsie up farm lite the soldier after "what he has sone inroujh does riot entirely look upon it as purely a means ot living, but something which Trill meet his taste in the nature ot a .jleaeant and, at the same time, a pro- fitable employment. The Ideal larm life with all its home itfce associations is miied tarmin; with its variety and something ot the- com- panionship which the caring of live- stock brings. This can only mainly be attained by tie facilities wliicii in this district. an irrigated (arm brings. In the poEsiniliiy o: the big irriga- tion schemes materialising the know- ledge of tannins on irrigated methods is highly useful to the soldier. In lie' sol ale r settlement scheme the placing of the men on irrigable lane ih'mld; likewise, not be overlooked to. In the interval of the lowering of the curtain and its rising again there ivas enacted a solemn farce, and tue dignity Board and its medical officer suftered thereby. This !n the relation of a public board to the pub- lic was not in the way of creatinr that confidence which should exist in their jntua! relations. The board in the ircumstances. likewise, showed a xwr respect for its officer -in rescind- ng the order he had given in the es- rcise of the discretion given him only few short hours ago. When we peak of the board we imply the ma- ority present whose will carried. In regard to the action of the medi- :a! officer in using the discretion plac- ed with him, we have no fault to 'ind. !n fact, our sympathies are with him !n that he did not obtain the united support of his board, in so'far as his Sell respect is concerned. The.blame, it we were to put -it, lies In hla dis- cretion and not in t_he exercise of it. No doubt be. did what be considered best, even though his discretion was not .approved of by. the majority at hls -with, the end oE giving the mei which home surround tegs will bring. from anything else the oppor tenily for vocational farm trainin Morrow. Our R. Mclvor. Mrs Morrison. are Jolly Good Fel- The Army and the Geo Dinsmore C. V. liodcson. Svvanee River." Oor Honored Dead anu Our Return ed Donald, Mrs. Bundy. McPherson. Mrs. McPherson. E. Tustian. Financial .0. Morrow. H. C. Morrison. Lomond. J. Bnndy. D. R. Mclvor. Leaf." Tbe Liilie and Mrs. n R. Mclvor. Lang Syne. Merchant Seamen-Song, G. Young. wears I All restrictions or. Imports all parts ot the British Kniplre to Great Britain have been removed. Monday 'etterooOT's Board ot Health meeting. We are not in any way censuring tie Medical Officer-of Health, nor are we j treating lilm In any unkindly spirit ilose to where ihey have made their j vyia ,we 5a> that it would have been lomesj instead ot having to go further jfar Dn Ms part to have hesiut ifieW, will be a boon to those who live elj a jjttie. to have called into consul 'In the cily and to those nearby. THE-LABOR MEN AND THINGS OF LIFE When, speaking in Montreal, Lord tation some of his own fraternity and his board, before taking tha action he did, even i? be acted in tire letter in regard to the discretion with which he was empowered and relied on his own Donald nd Mrs. Morrow. D R Mclvor expressed the respect Ihe community tor the guests and rished them God speed in their.jour- nev of lit" Mrs. Morrison on behalf ot'the Women's Institute, testified eloquently to the worth of the ladies who are Having. Each guest was presented with an Artistic souvenir program as a pleas- ing momenta ot tha banquet throusnout the year.s -to come -will plsasinily linger long 'in their- mem- On behall of the fruesls Mr. McKay feelingly expressed their verbal heart- felt thanks for the banquet as a token of the mutual friendship that had ex- isted among tbe families of the timers for so many years at Cowley. Mr Dwyer said he intended to re- main in Alberta as Ions as he .could follow a plow and grow, grata. Mr. De-nsmore eloquently urged all Judging from the menu the banquet .ore alter the style served during Queen Elizabeth's "or Anne's stead ot .1 post-war dinner. The heads ot the table were occupied by ex-May- or and Mrs. O'Brien, and Mayor and Mrs Pack. The Intermediate points were occupied by'the following ex- members and members ot tee council, also tlie employees: Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Salmon. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Brlmhsll. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Allred. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Powalson. Mr. Mrs J. IX Costley, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pish cr. Mr. G. E. Court. Mr. ani Mrs. 'voe Woolt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Powell Mr. and Mrs. J3S. Hcgsie. Mr. Mrs. Wm. Grange. 'Mr. and S. P Kimball. Dr. and Mrs. Greenway, Mr and Mrs. Ostlund. Mr. and Mrs. O. H Snow could not be present. Dance and Presentation The dance given in the opera hous? .ec-ms to have been the rallying one of the year. Never before has the writer seen such a large crowd In the opera house. All seem lo have enjoy- A construction company been formed at Three Rivera. Que., In xhlch all but one ot tlio promoters are wo- men. The Branltord branch ot the, Great Veterans' Association has gained ninety-eight members during the past week'. A bill lo regulite public utilities In British Columbia through a Commis- sion is lo be introduced in the Legis- lature.' Negotiations have been completed for the taking orer by the Wellaud County Independent Telephone Com- pany of Hie Bell Telephone Company's lines at Brldgeburg. Nova Scotia G. W. V. A. a Government Commission, Proyincla.l, to handle Xederal or all housing instead of municipal or private companies' control. _ '._ S. S. JtcDermand, Liberal candJdmte tor the legislature in East Elgin, has thinking the' women, ifrho now have voles, should have a say in the. seleclion ot the candidates, Dorsen. the ten-year-old daughter ot Tred Pord, contractor, waa Instantly tilled In Winnipeg by a shot trom a Winchester rifle In tbe hands ot her Bftecn-yearold brother Harry. Anoth er sister and companion were alsi In the party who -were will the ritle at a target fixed on tbe ment wall. _________ The immigration Into Canada trom ibe dance Mayor Pack presented es- the States has already commenced Mayor O'Brien with a gold watch wili It Is reported .that 200 tamiHea Tom" engraved' on" the. back. .Tte frbrn different pirts are settling near crowd accepted the presentation -with Brooks', Alta, Each family Is c.omin iong applause. Ex Mayor O'Srien it in -with a tull.tarmine ontfiU and I accepting, stated that the best good thne to start -work on the land t in the world i ad told him thit tint the spring. TTiere Is a similar name was the best'name in the world 1 meat in the 'Coaldale district, a num and he believed it. Further that he ber ot American tinners could not part one part, oil then. ed themselves, dancing and especially drinktas punch, furnished and served by the Sunshine Girls' Club. The music was. furnished by Mr. Allen nnd .Miss Emma Holt. During cou that name becausejSffe speech oi or Pack in giving the reatpn for put- A Record Unexcelled Pin your faith to the Piano whose record you know. Almost a half century of consrst- enl'satisfaction in the homes of tnouwmds of represenlative Canadian homes, schools, colleges, and studios hart fully established Risch Supremacy. Mason Risch owners have demonstrated its ability to withstand all tonal, and climatic ing its wonderful durability under every varying condition. The Mason Risch is sold to you direct. Our to Home" plan assures you a saving in cost. Investigate. MASON RISCH LIMITED..... BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHiRUJCl. supplied one learn, price president and Mrs. Alt. Oeorgo sec- Wt The difference In weight retary-troasurer. the two horses was a mere frac- OD. The Langford municipal council has oted 150 to the-Ladles' Orange Bone- olent association, towards rectlon.pt. a ProtesUnt Orphanage n some s'd'ltable place In the province. Mabel Mid Gladys Newman, mem- bers of the Cirtwrlght Boys' and Jlrls' club, last lal! kept 16 Rhode stand Red which during the of Jajiuaiy February laid Indian Agent ilcDonald, at The I'ns. has been transferred tb-the tletord agency. Indian Agent land, of North Batfletprd, 28 dozen eggs. Mrs .Bnlloclt, irho tor over a'decade president ol the -ironlan'B he SelWrk General hospital, has been presented -Jrita a life mc-mberehip, the Ws te.lni! contrtbuted'riy friends of the tasliltrtlon. Brandon' rooncll' it ;seeiins leilsli- tkm to'tocTBiae Wat the limitMioti yn- Tenled the collection of a sufficient How- been transferred lo tlie Carrion 'ngcncy. In reply to the Inquiries or an Es- tevan delegation Ihf minister 'ol pub- lic works states th'a't only' two court houses are to bo 'built at Yorkton and Rosetowii. Tho post office inipector- has lieen requeistcil lo initltute'a 24-hour ser- vice for boi holdc-ri and ;o do nway irilb thV ol the public wlciets durlnj'tho lumen-hour. amount each, now proposes ins Tom on the watch bad endeared police jr in Biinonton aris DOW the mysler- t ittohlm. Amateur Opera "The Man of the Hour" presented by the Cardston IJramatic Cp., In the by "their parents since itarch 10. opera house last verj- ions disarpearance al two young girls nanied Allla Kalua and ReWk, not Or "neird ol Moosomln council re- Eolution in favor 'of cAbperaMng with other municipalities In estiblishins _ union ,acd. a commitleo to promote toe Major C. GregoryrTODnerlT-crf Prince Albert, and now of flnb'.ot' Sea- 'av. nas appreciated by a medium audience. his order would occasion and the ef- fect-it vrouid -generally cause It Vas distinctly a case of calling into coun- ehaujhneEsy said "that working discretion, on which he was fully en- mnst-have cnportunlly to enjoy the piace nis own value. But in good tMngs o: life that those in high-1 ,h6. of the inconveniences er positions have enjoyed, he uttered a worthy sentiment. It is a sentiment should be shared In by all in bis-uposition who have a goodly por- tion of this world's goods.. The cnly fault lo be found in what His Lordship that it corues somewhat late In t'hf day. i Lab'or In the attention it drawn to itself by th6 "preyailiiis unrest in Its ranks appears to have forced this aentinent, as" to the "opportunity it have .to enjoy the good things lite, into-the minds of those Vho have never missed'them. This with- out'iany particular reteronca to Lord Sfetttghnessy. But it a curious fea- ture and a trend of the 'times j this regard for the workers so gener- by those who, .lo fol- low, the "expression they are usually designated by. belong lo the capital- ist class.. The sympathy expressed for Lfibbr by Lord Sliaughnessj' and maoy .him. are -wilhoul dou'bt-sincere, but ih the present attitude ot Labor Drastic action of the kind proclaim, edlhis morning vre'lmve no hesitation in saying is useless at the present I time. .It (t was considered necessary, and in-the vagse nature of intiuenza vrh.Ich .tattles even, trie medical in regard to its nature and propaga lion that, is-a question in itself. ehouhl have been put into force long 6go, if Its etticacy was fully decided on. This in.the principle that preven tlon'ft better th'an cure.' V. "wholesal closure is the only rerned against' the spread of the 'tin then. 3 action, the iMedical Office anil tlie Board ot Health have Uee asleep ot the switch. An'ounce of warning to the p'.jbll by those fe'sponsicle for Ihe publi health to lake precautionary measure on the first re-viBllatlon of the dieeas rt: mast fee confessed it has the appear- ance bt beicg forced. It is'a pity that this ehuuld be so. :Meri of the .stamp of SiiauKh- may, for all we know, have al- the sentinttnt [for which they are now not. stow ta pro. claim. U ia quite possible; that these fientirnenU have been puY inl-j prac- tice as far fts possible, .What .la re grctlable that everyone In sition of being captains of Industry not long ago have realized that needs wlial they eijjoy... Had would have far littler met the cas than a ton of drastic action when tl disease was.at its height. Before i eluding the in the blame It is order lo ask whether it was put touch with the situation in the oarly stages ot the present epidemic by its officer who should have had the facts r ljencmore i-L-. ull together to make. Cowley com- The proceeds ore ior the Cardston at Red garth_ has fhnnnl. Vilh a ibad ot ture. Huttob, Hudson's Bay factor ity the best in North America, th its business resources, of gram, k and mineral. Mr Snyder predicted a bumper op'this'year. Mr. ned Alberta'3 opportunity. Mr. .Mor- soa discussed eighteen years'-local nances. Mr. Morrow welcomed aew- omers while regretting the departure old timers. Mr. Victor -eulogized anatWs-famou! statesmen and Cana- ls boundless resources.' He urged anadlans to insist on governmental esponsibilit? to the electorate. He avored careful sclectioa ot immi- rants willing to become good ens. The toast to the press was pro-: by -Mr. Carney and waa. re- ponded to by Mr. JIcKIUrick ol the Herald. Dr. Uliie praised he for their self-sacrifice In ome making. Mrs. Mclvor said that he slogan of the Iiiititutfi s a square deal for the child. The ocal institute is aiming for medical nspectloa ot Cowley schools. Aulil Lang Syne concluded, and the farmers happily plodded licn'ieward .hrough fresh drifts ot snow. I ward chapel. Raymondj.Won The Cardslon High school played 13 lt Enjai j basket' ball team here The Pas He reports 12 deaths (Km the 'fla'at Ked Birtt Friday night, the 1 four points. Geo. The line-up: Two carloads ot hones have been (shipped from Newdale, -.Man. A Gall- bavi decided -on'.n weekly Commerrelng the'tlfst week In. >Tay, Wares will be Wednesday af. tehioons. The rural minricipal council Moosomln, Sask., and other bodies have, pelitfoned the authorities that the Jail'farm be stocked witiupuro- bred herds'ina flocks.. A ire-men's section of the Grain rview ot an -ippreHended "strike la the Alberta :clty council ot contract for tbe Buppb'l'ol at be before April 1: i j In additloilo "ot'Orain Grower halls which during the Iwt two offfhret :yoars: irl Saskatciiewzn, arrangeftienis-ute'he- ft. flVUICU o L Growers has beeii InstlWed at 'Man- Ing made nd publicity .-which has been given- by wiu in o.-rter (o gel the what, looks like hysterical procedure1, tt-sl results. Tli" majority of the farmers een. ilicse days, repairing machinery this ikeen the' case who. should 'fay tnl fher? would' not, have beeen those iUJbIllor.3 of .discontent which have are iriore prom- irienlrjr nwrktd. in (he ranks of IA- boir. "i v'i it good and refreshing lies' df the this apprecla- the Ubor br men Jxird Shaiighiiessy; between Labor znd Capital, and a mu. tual-regard and sympathy which Irath endeavor to obtain wouJ'J fo (ar to bring that peace Thlch will en- js-lilch has come lo .a ,thit' has.' betin "harassed anH war. Tha'Teceplton given to the 3Sth "Bat- tery, when, they arrive.In .the city should be.greater Jn magnitude than the senu-olt -in three years ago. white, mflk eneh, wfaevt The people ot Iho city are all up In the air over the news that will be 'n aerial flisiu over the Rockies now" bsing planned. fanning jcod, and preparing general': for an early .start on Ihe lanJ, which promises to lie not long hence. Much land Is In readiness In this district, having Ijfccn thorouehly workeil last fall. One feature of the cultivation Is tho ilept'n to which the land is plough cd, FO that In the event of .1 dry DISTURBANCE IN MOROCCO TAN'rilfiR. Manh An encounter has occurred In Morocco belvreer. .Spanish near Teluan, toward DarbenVolhh, and some, par (U.ins of Itaistili, according to Inter mation received here from native soarces.' Lanrtlords In York refusing lo rent onartnu-nlr :r, wjth chll dren would he tr, fine of ir.ipri.'oiiment unrler or r dlnance rnopostd In board of alder the CTOIJ chance. Kcv. H. Little, reclor of the Church ot the Advent, has taknn a eland against total prohibition. There .will be no. little, alir made In a church circles ilie stand Ihe.rector" has lakca. will have- a much better The 'Flu Appeari Tho has made a fresh slart here some fifteen rases have been rcportoil. Two very lind cases' oi pneumonia resulting from the flu were Liken lo I.ethhriflgt ye.l'lerday, one, thf; young son of Mr. Martin Flood, and the olher William Jlollow's- son, Archie, The "Ilanl. h.rfo iittn h'.'lil last wttli, lias Ije'eri post. poned utilij the prevalent sickness over. Meanwhile the Turin and Ool IlMge school leathers arc working with their students, on an entertain ment for Kastnr lime. ,A good pr gramme Is c.t UK; district are remin cil ot Ihe big meeting of (be U.-Ki A. t be hclil Monday, April at.lh Turin'hall. Mr. Vorsfef with Iv, others win be tho speakers. Darin< -'Nuiol fcrfngs Aoat return food lo Nature 's methods of sup- teini, imcb if riiMti necessary lubricition of die bowel cornea ts; by facilititfn< intertill br by toapas miid thin aeoemry cleouintVV. of the iatettiod cntl protection of the delenii i v< r properties o( the blood itselli' Some the body to raboBd or tutacK lome, bowerer, mr- no( oTiir uieleM md hirm- f ul b u t in some actually poijorioiu. Regular, their n Nnjol no deleterious bowel rnoMtioa tcU rid of rftcr effecti, produces no the brier. f-. Comtfpitioa tion tnd ibjorptkm of these pononi into tbe Mood, with mj oondiliorii-'is' tdftrj to the whoM body. site. refuter M etockwork. Niqol U eftctent at it On the other hmd Nujol OTercotnes comlfpction tnd brfngs about babit of CMT, thoronfh bowel CTIC- MtKM regular fntemli, becrate NtrjoJ h not drug, doM Mt bkc mr drug. on request. Send for get bottle of Nuffil from your druggist (odiy. Nujol Laboratories STANpAKD 6lLCO.( ii lolJ O.IT h Nulol Tradt Mirk, AM hi V, S. mi Ctmdi, Nujol. Yx nftr Inm ;