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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOCW Tin: u-vntinuLHiK DAILY HERALD She atberta OAILY AND WEEKLY and LtTHBRlOdE HERALD PRINT. 1N6 COMPANY, LIM1TKD i )tk. .South, L.ihbfidjt W. A. MteWt and Mauaslnt DirSCtM Bailees! "WEDNESDAY. MAHCH TELEPHONES Office Mtoriai Oftce'........... 1252 12J4 I tons aging in valiM Luve u oui. snd rullway dustry in uhicb over tbo'Jsand wvuM te least fifciva years. -u-.J wtter be on 32 extensive j U tiJt only tilt1 mining industry I that ttiea iai'-is'Jrated through the j worX so tar carried cut, but s the fur, and Itimoer industries. Industries in the northern part of the beginning to ft-o! tha c ffe-vt. "The facilities atonies! by the- Hudsru JUy Kailwir." Profeasor lice sif-i, "liavo greatly stimulated u-nd 10 t'Utk uy :eUy tiie for fishing The lumber ijujl- i cess, in his opsnlon. wuuld not receive On Dominion Western Son of Laurie Home From Overseas mem- c-! Traiic here in- c-f Substripticn RRUI: tie palp mills ertfeltrted at suitable such as Grand fci- pMs projyeotiva power ilevtlon Today ttu- wire wa; sent to A. Uuchaaan. >M'.. as to [his RICKED UP IN .SS1NG KOR THK BUSY MAS John McCormaefc, famous teuor. oa Si, 1'ixulck's Day ua American cltUen. Two deaths at Boston anj at, Va reported from "sleep- Next census i? tw be siaried Jan. 1, 1920. cmployins 100.- 000 auA coaling tiOjttHVM.H1. A successful county Sunday school convention was helrt at last A branch ot toe Grain association has been organized ia (Mather district. Junt tllrty eight, in privale life lhe I wife ot a. newspaper man on lht> I York Kveulne Telegram, she had teeu in uclive newspaper stuto uluc- leen. Seventy metiers of the Vancouver I Kotary Club Xnnhwesl. I cm Itnlary Hubs' convention, at the i I Hose City, William Youtie, ot Victoria, was sen. teacoJ to IS months' imprisonment for desertion from (he Canadian, mili- tary forces. A attempt to break into Iho Hudson's Hay stores at Vancouver! was ituerrupteJ by J. L. Bruce, lhe night uMR'lniaii. who succeeded in putlius to night three women anil two men, Telephone operators In Winnipeg are asking per month minimum, as against SlO now paid by the Manitoba Government Telephone company. This is the main Item in ihe schedule which i delivered prr 15 Drtlif, delivered! ST. 50 by mil. rer year .S5.COi.n( by mall, per year nail per rear w C.S.. Uctr s cf oiolry ol subscriptions ip-: pfrur on label. Accept-1 tuce of after eipfrstlas date ts j oar authority to continue script Son, ocraid b? used tor many. other It will thus be realized iJiat the -d'on has '.Uts I'ntold riebe? may eiUl routa and Ais road, tetended al- "Ou l-'.-hilf of ihe district please proiosl asiiwi c-x tendon of charter Railway unless eorr-Tisny to IvjiM road immediately." S. H. Nelson, Sec. U. cf T. Mr action in this matter >vfi; doubtless meet vath the to raiia funds for thy ol ail in tbe south the skattcg aod curling rink, try. rt'e need more railway accom- modation and more competition. Gymnasium Theatre The CarJston of tfaoaiinus era'.ton rery profitable. it is applied to lhe meet- p.. ing of [he Board ot Hulth on Monday auditorium- ALBERTA AND A MUSEUM o Ti'Mih lived in the i Deer River, Alberta, cf agci, were discorded during j ihs ot by an expedition from the Royal Ontario Muteum. One of til tie, a dinosaur, has iwn put to- i "__ gethfr ami is on eihlbllioa In thai ana Prof. Parka wJI! des- tfift work of liie 10 tha Kcynl Canadian Institute on Sat-[ The memory' of Flinlsan will never uvday efening, j djfe CQ long os we have such things This item is from thtj Toronto Globe, j It prompts lo -What is Alberts doing abDUt a Isn't it about time; we. sot "oce under way and, pro- j ccedcJ lo prcferv, u-faoHy for ihe movement ot the manaptuieut of Mr. M. A. grain TORI ifce west by a short route jCooniii--. continually makiu? im- to Britain, may yel enouch busi- Th? new i Fnisure reaidenro nnd part of its wore destroyed by -Mre in Kaptd Oily oa March I-. council is Minlo formfed .1 tcp- committee to arrange for largo company the is tein sea'ed with ?on'.o two meeting !hundrtTt and fifty new opera chairs. aJir? the ot this win seat seven hun- red peap'.e when all is completed, and is prepart-d to handle all large attrac- U'.oatre tl'.e erection of a memorial hall. A lengthy discussion in tho Torcmlo seen-! City Council on the proposal to reduce sice was referred taca. Three certified teachers from Eng- land are seeking vrorb on Uie Calgary leaching staff. Nelson Parliament, M.P.P., vras re- nomlcated for the Ontario Legielature by prince County Ltlierals. and the making and "unmaking in a brief space drastic Tm restriction iionp. The next iierform.tcce there ivill be, ihs B. and W. entertainment. a lidvenisins in all the town windows 1 Montreal, has been puzzling the passtrshy nil the past week, it is in plain English "The Black and White KBtertain- meaning that there will be An Irish republic flag "was carried day procession at some V. the ralu- nie ei-kaiser, we are told, earned pan O'f ti.c inm uwm of liio eariy days.-Take when hc sawed his thousandth i e-i the "while EEC as aa instance, ihe tree jnto That's about his earn- It will be a program ol sur- jpriiea and ii you want to laugh as [well'as enjoy an evening o' tun, be there on evening next. The commit tee'fn cbarga is made up first tiling ihry will Jll be ,2g capacity. He wouldn't make mucS >'ou want'to lottgh as removed Iroin the province. j Ol a tarn hand for Warden Rivers. may not appeal to. Uic i j_______ whole mind is centered on roads and i A nnion of dufees is the latest tdea would he a poor pro- think el Ihe preservation the sarly of the country. Museums are thty bring us (ace to lace the life ot the past Snd make us reallifc'.thj'course throiign which our land has nassed'siine the of even pre-hittcric man. of Miss Louie Lee. Mesdames Uke, but Alberta :ot unions in the Old Connlry inaugur- i Spencer and Agnes McLean. 'Tiace if it did not ated by His Grace of Somerset. The working for the Alta MR. CRERAR'S POSITION ABSOLUTELY STRAIGHT wearers the strawberry leaf have come to the conclusion that it is about time tier banded together to protect their noble order. In Tiew of tne proposed tonr ot the weal by leading manufacturers of Eastern Canafla and tha Uniled Slates would it not be well for Lt-thbritJge to prtpara a program in connection -TJie-Ottnwa Journal very pro- with the same. Medicine Flat has perly" remarks that: Hon. T. A, C re-j ready'got busy iri'the matter, and it _frank of .low. tariff! is a .case ot ..irby should Lethbridge faith ;n ihe Common surprises no-; wait. body, except who still thluk that Chapel Fund and are going to give Hie best peterboro' of lhe C mixed entertainment seea in Cardstoa lCon'Pan.v..PMsed away i: E. F. Scott, of Queen's Univer- sity, Kingston, will go to I'nloa Theo- logical Se-imaary. Mew York Windsor City Council's fair Price Committee is planning a manicipaNy- owned milk depot. PeEerboro postmen were instructed to look for vacant houses in that clly. They found forty-five. W. H. Denham, manager of the Oats in Chicago. tbe operators want from April uiacio effective Sapper w. 0. MoUod ot Calgiry, who had recently returned from died al the LO.U.B. hos- pital in Winnipeg, at the age of 29 years. He was on his way home, after tour years' active service when he con- Iracled in-'luenza. That the plague of "seventeen year" locusts, which Is expeclcd (o s'weeji over the United Slates in the latter part of May and llto early part of June, will not touch Ontario Is tho assur- ance which conies on the subject from lie de-parlmeni ot agriculture. the purpose of the Ontario Tern- 1 peraoce Act an unmarried man living In a flat where he cats his meals may bo considered a family, according to a judgment handed out at Toronto by Mr. Justice Clute, in which he quashes the conviction and {500 fine of Arthur Balrd o; Hamilton. Professor Octavo Laurent. M.D., ot Parte, France, has been invlled lo make his future home in Chlweo as the result of (he pledge ot an unnsm- ed philanthropist to finance an "insli- tute of life" for lhe famous heart sur- geon. Professor Laurent gained world- wide fame by his successful operation on a French soldier who had been shot Delightful Evenings It's nice to-come'home [or i'ue evening an4 know thai there are going to be no dull you're going to havte hours of lhe finest of music, and in variety not limited, even though there he no musician in the house. If you have not experienced (he great i "feast" of song, opera, etc., you have missed one of the greatest gifts that can be added to-your-' home life. The Mason Risch Player Piano.or the Viclrola unfold this great gift. Come let's talk it over. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBSIDGB Ihrough the heart. In liis first experi- ment tho patient had been shot in tho right Hide of the heart, near thefaives, and Ihe bullet lodged there. The sol- dier was to all appearances dead. Tho surgeon removed tho bullet, cleansed and closed the wound, and then, by artificial means, set the heart to beat- ing again. Tho patient Is said to ho allro and strong today. Louis J. Hsymoml. Gotfstown. presented a birth certificate while ap- pearing as a witness in court showing Itrat he was horn iu 13. ISIS. XotwilhstaniilnK his Ifl5 years ho is able to work his farm at Gofls- town regularly, according to his testi- mony. In Suiluury a man caught hold of a girt coming from High school, struck licr a blow carried her awcy. Ho slipped on (lie sidewalk and dropped her, enabling her to es- cape. Parliid'enl is a place where evasion; fa provision tile .members ot facts is the proper strattay. The i Club have made for car- position ot the Minister of Agriculture j lor children whose Is quits clear. He entered L'nica GOT- i arp wi.'n 'he "flu there has been ercr-tent at a lime men were j Put practice a fine syrapathelic Ested la lempo-aiiiy forego tholr po-.! feeling.- rThe' 'Ciiro members lU'.cal beliefs to actiave a common I purpose in- the war. never rvcs askoa an 1 T.cver was el-'are living up U'tiie'tOii cr ;ii sleeted ti fcert his ecotiaiaii; 1 Samatilan. _ ions; and h? 'has r.ct [ione No s s'jrh fine comratnity 'Pirtt and giving'a commit nily servica is there veiy slranse or United farmers Pincher t ibou 'j, his in plilrlcl have wired their sitting urging a reduction in lhe lar- all the farmers opinion and Cabinet. i.F a' coaiii'uted, while to pntarUin tar- iff Tns lask Union Govern- broyghL into ;o F.c'Iucvc is not yei completed, and wiil not he csniplsled our taen are bsck from Eur.ppe, and demobilized. Vntihlhat Uaie arrive; Mr. Crerar is BO more challeBSod lo leave the Cabi-..... net bEtauJo he believes in a law tarilf. on the country ih.e than Sir Ed- at ward Kemp is challenged to leave 'Iff. In common j are; expre? j of the farmers of tbe west, Tberti cannot' be too many of theac Mt is a'catlonal farra- er.s aio wpreaslug and not merely a the measure that lhe pros- perity "of Uie -.vest rtBeved from tariff in tbe past three yeirs. No one can afford to miss this. c Douglas Leurit. Returns Mr. Douglas Laurie, the younger son of Mr ;.anil Mrs. Wei'. Laurie, arrived by trnin this evenir.g aiter an absence of some three and a half years in the great conflict qvei'aeiis. ''fne headed by the Mayor, Pitcher, J. Low and J. V. Card were supported a big crotvd of and a large of the boys in uniform, among them feeing Bates, LM- "I-PiJHas and Perrett; As tie train tirovr in tbe air was rent wiili cheers, the hero ap- peared .he was', promptly grabbed by the decoration com'ihUtee and present- ed wich a flag and eveh'body cheered. To tbe parents there were sorne proud and happy motafents they greeted their twice wounded son and realized that ns was in theirs once more and at home. The mayor conveyed tbe young dicr vr.'Jn his parents In bis anto to their honis where "motner" had the dinner waiting. It was learned by phone totiay that the long absent son would arrive, si all arrangements were made in a bij hurry, byt the u-eJcome was uonz lh< less hearty. because He believes in a htgii tariff. Ttreedle, wfto I5f possibly, ao __ far as old time nolitics go, as Censer- THE.'HUDSON SAY as be can be made, has sensed RAILWAY of Uie when, in the Mostiy in tiis east, but to a certain jfjwiss of Commons, he paid that he irf the wesi. there i lhl5UElit the west would be belter Bay "railway. II3ieaseJ tariff rcducllons -than lien liave argued that il :ood road grants. The member for to build ihls railway; thai CBfs'ary has got the situation iiavigatlDn on Hudson Bay i pat. Good roads are very necessary limited, and very dangerous and that r'nli sreatest nteils of lhe (he route ivould nol be used to a suf-, wcsl' But wnere would be lhe use licient cxteiu to warrant ihs exiicmli- llowcvtr. the bulk oMhe line has been built and tne wertein members of good roads wiihonl the prosperity tlwt Increases Ihtir value. It would be a case of a fine auto track without the can available for its use. at are that il fihoitlrt be completed delay, Apart from advanlagcs for tho of grain, the argument can 1 fcs PdvJnce'd that far a? hea opened up1 a rid] conn yy and producing a bnsinesa ncvtr 'itnaRinfd, whan the, railroad, or the transjiorlation of grain, was first propoitd. Just as the bu'lding of lhe Ontario Kallway revealed the. filfier antf other mineral sections ftf. .VoirtheniOnUrio, to-ihe Hudson fea; fn fts uncompleted slate; fti the Mhwral belt north of Pas wiih reauHs, Professor R. C, v Commissioner for Northern adArepsing a meeting; in recently, slated thai In the rreit to rtnglft stuaU mfnr< flro liavc already Ijecn rain- iwi't iransportcrl Trail the face of thing phant. Some- n Ihe nature of a while, of Sixty per month and everything found win he the scale (or farm nelp In the weat summer accord- Ing (g nuraeroua ajiplications farmetfi in tbe WCFA receiver] by Bowman, Manittilja Government (V.m- at'tWs figiirn" fn gin worX on Acril Jet, Much labor, il is said, Js1 reported on Iho prairies. Town Cop To lie Appointed- Will Enforce the Pedlar Bvlaw Miss llary Stuart Jnne5, who dted. i was a direct descend-1 aut oE the floral HOUEC ol Slyart. J. D. a retoraed soldier of Vancouver, was shot by a hold-up man on Haro street, and seriously Injured. Charles the Canadian Press, Limited, sud- denly of paeumonia. For ten raoslhs ended Feb. 1, U. S. railroad administration report 1-i.lH arrests for car theftSj being em.< ployees. second report ihe question o[ social hygiene in tbe Province has been submitted to gislatHre, Increases ol 42 to 44 per cent, in coal prices since 1913 are reported by United Slates Bureau of Labor Sta- tistics. About inmaYes of New York State hospitals have been treated with anti-pneumonia vaccine, .with .gratify- ing results. United States Volunteer Medical Service Corps, with membership of more than physicians, TrlH be dissolved April I. I Thirty-lour million barrels of crude oil win lie- required to fuel ships oper- ated by United Shipping Board during neit year. The municipal council of Shell mouth has decided to proceed with the improvement of numerous high- ways. (Fr.jrn Our Ou BAROXS. Mar. At town 1 council mtetir.e held on Friday1 even- Ing il was decided lo appoint' a health officer, a (own air] a pountl- ieepcr, and to s "the bylaw re- quiring pejlar.s and others to pay li- censes. The decision to enforce tht PedlarV Mcense Hybvr will ho good nf) (o date Hiuong has been a re- gifar for al! lhe "Bine Sky'' and other salesmen in Uie country. il. .Murray [s a housp. ft 13 chletlr ot (te alien finemy