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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOK TOUR .HEKALJ) ttbc letbbribge Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY PreprMors anii TMS UETHBRIDGE HfRAl.P PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED SM Street South. Lelhbridje W. A. Buclnnan PMtWei! and Director Tcrr.wc Business Manage! whntt- Kiiipiu' has befit ileu'rimm'-l with a responsibility and a turt lU'VoiviliR ou CLU'h lif same. ihia is divided ou we. i.ail lei us trust, on a definite isaval puilcy ior the Uomiuica cu lao line which conforms to her nation- hood. Do You Know? TELEPHONES Office Bdlloriii Office of CirculMIOnt j Subscription I iu che after lieniDS. AN INCIDENT IN DIPLOMATIC CIRCLES History bus a fcaWt of repeating it rolf Is some shape or form. Small things have before now caused ur lUroater.ed international complu'a- iluns. The gossip ot a woman's ton- gue has been known to have been in- Islrumeutal in bringing about inter i national strife. Was it not the jesl- i ously and chagrin of a disappointed i goildess that said to have brought about tho Trojan vvarV. to go back to t limes which are remote. Nothing I however is new that was not at one (hllt ,oom up ,.vrgi TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. me June .weddings conslfrj ered lucky? 4 s. What Is "ipMeiu" us.uEei.ip Stock Kxfhai'KO transactions? What Is "to 4. What does rueaii as ;U'pluM tti u woman? 5. What Is u, >Vhat and when waa the first Anglican Mslmprir iu the Brltfsh Km-] pire cutslde the Tulied Kingdom THURSnAY'S QUESTIONS 1. wns the first book printed lu Canada and was it published? 2. Wlial is catgut? 3. What is the Fata en' Monday by foming back to Leal- be required to put up Mcl'orquoaalc. when she was found dae Crum Mjmiphls. Tennessee. H bond d" presoulFsUte. RUfUy of aix infraction of the Inland would be. hard to think of anyone more mrnts ot inns at rc-ular ner- 1'eveuiie act. Mrs. Smith's premises __', .____ ,...4 ______1 ._____, Ulellla VI UV JloU'al ___ W.. r.T welcome, but. we resret to report that poor health "is the reason for her re- turn. Wo trust that tuo bracing air of Southern Alberta will soon restore her strength. Tho memorial service ot the Coal- dale United Church, tor Mrs. J. P. Baldwin n-as'browded with sympathe- THE AMENDMENTS "TO THE POLICE ACT The timber iniiile lu the Police Act. in removing what M first sigh; luid all aiijtoiinvTico of mind Th.T! the is interesting, and U marks how easily international amity I may be ruuVured if matters were not Ideal! with in a "diplomatic'' way. The story is now out which, to a i current expression, has "created jsiderable stir" In diplomatic circles hi London and Washington. Lovd (.Iroy, it is reported, has refused to discuss i the I'oinmou talk that ha was refuted an audience hy President Wilsun lie-1 r-t tile gossip over Major I'rnu- fonl dtunrl. It is related, with the hall mark of authenticity, that the Major, who was Military Secretary to lleadiug when he was ai Wash- rotary to Lord Grey. It is stated that of_the Kiiig ot Prussia. Calr.utla-.1 r. Pride, Wrath, Envy. Olut- to'ay; Slotb. lods, according to a change in the Calgary city bylaw. The British house ot lords, by a veto! wero visited by Constable Hollon of the provincial police, who found nearly o of raisins and wheat in the process of fermentation. ot 03 to .45, reading ot a today passed the second! Trvi (Q rini] a ,u whlch to introduced by Haron estab-nsu a home" worthy o: a torluno ihc Provincial fjtt !-o iloul.t that there mi ;U'i-: ion firii hut that tlK-r-' tUo hest of 'or the RCMU'ral good in the mil and nniintaiu- fag of order in ihy Pruvinco. In givins car u, the. Dilation that had been aroused ii, to tlu-, soraelhlnE was uot new resulali-ns-that Ve.e soughi to _11rs .'be euforced, the city polico forces tlie mere anlhoi'iiy that whic'j illreclW contvollod them, the Oovernineut lias sensiug of that convcyoJ In ihe term popular government'..' The Proviiicud Govemmenl is prim- ed Cliapter 1, verse "OurrUppo for you iti know-( IIIR: tfiat as ye iirt' of the J smferinss, so also ure yo of tbu f- Mrs. Guard of Cry- ttfl -I-aki Maxwell liospitat, 1 -Mother and child j are dofng BHker is makljis vapid.progress his new house, ono milo west ot -tlie' 'Village. Ho has not lot the drirtvunder Ceet since arriving In Coal; "The WarTinjp Election Ace (ltd not i -V take away the vote by the front door) "The' FriUuy night was meUuwt, this act seeks to take it! attended cousidoring the mud. aivay by the back door now hand the full Ktt the loot before the Kram presented by the Tuxis boys ou who are hijing robbed iire invaro of i .March J2 he sLUil. i viol I a Select eil, HP gave statistu-s showing what the-j Chairman's Minister Duckmaster, proposing Important di- vorce reforms. w! >r. McPhall, well known In the west as president and general man- aser of the Uitulithlo and Contracting Company, Limited, with supervision over the territory Ir. and Mrs. John Campbell of .Scotland ou the move ever since Uio war ended.. They have been spending the last days In Ed- monton slaying at the But this city offered no attractions'for this Buy Your Victor (HIS VOICE) Records HERE Quick service, courteous clsrts, and all catalog to choose Iroru at MASON VICTROLA PARLORS Remember the big saving you can on Red Seal Hecords over last year's prices. Ask to let you hear some. VICTROLA3 ON EASY TERMS. nun in tltek town of Kitchener, OnL, imtl his riding i Oj of Korth Wnterloo hail done during I Picture__The j the war for the Red Cross, Patriotic seVjUe This coming t'imd nnd in giving men to the allied cnnse. "This- act will disrn.nchtec over Barber ot arily for the maintenance! .'til law and crrter in the It' iuty'irWeh' it cenubt'ebh'k and to whTcli U properly sensts fts lion. U lias fully gauged the import- ance of co-operation among alt the various police as constituted in Ihe Province and in. the cities. Underlying the measure, as it first anvf daylight, there was this principle for the bettor guarding of Jaw (fntl '.order.1 The Government still seeks nnd expects tlite co-onerahon, and there is not a doubt that it should'he ungrudgingly given by I IIP, city Hies, so fnr us resanls (he roller under ilieir control and jurisdiction. -.The way has hecy ivlseiy left open in making the consent of the "heads of the forces in municipalities neces- sary. Ijntlcr I lie. new amt'inlnie there is nothing to hurt the setf-re- .spcct of the nnliinritios ntul their feoiinga have hepn given prgjier reganl. Harry Vocal Auto 'tis ot! "Tho Irish dla- lirfi.OOO good he said, nnrt niakc and Michael then concluded; o'Learv. For tt.d Ho.ior-of Canada tlie Pork and "Today the honor of Canada is iij Ihe hands of tins pirluiinent. i v.-ouiu ask that they do not pass insiiK those who have ificcl (UroiigU their mothers, for Canada slsfcrs anil brotliers because they the same wife of the President to. the ears, of the President, as the story -goeSj demanded bis recall 'through Secretary of. Stato Lansing. to follow, what Ti-afe a coypright des- patch to Ihe, Chicago Tribune it is i (Jrey nointed, put that Jjajor Stuart was not a member of the1 diDlomatiu stuff, hut a personal aide. However, he offered to gate ihe charges against him. Major Stuart, it Is said, denied the whole story, and the woman to whom be Is alleged to bare spoken, made a writ- ten denial that, be had done "so. The incident closed, according to the Lon- don version, on Lord Grey's report to Secretary Lansing that there was no evidence to support the charge Against' LMajor Stuart. No one beiievcs that Major Stuart said what he did concerning Mrs. Wil- son. Ttio origin of the whole "scan- dal was traced to one of Washington's society women who, it is said, was exposed by the Major through the Uni- ted Stales Intelligence Department for being in communication with the finnzuy during the war. fnr as .Major Stuart is concerned he stands exonerated by the British Govern- i; ment in that he has been glveu a j it "heiieveil To "be'Tigbtrtlespile hfyher appointment. Cnalduto QcheUe. A .Mule Washington and the Mule Maud. Mrr. Jriflfcy's Was Co aid ale characters. j The In- vincible Tentelte. Levi Thompson, of. Qu'AppeUi. j Moeh Jeremiah Jonas urged the government to a step Johnson further in resnrri to the publication j doing nt of names of those ivho r on to jittic'g iliggtnss- campaign funds. He wanted a Hst pub-' Eovs lishc-d o.' every person, corporation or j Rational Anthem. interest which subscribed to party j Tho development of the purebred campaign iumls. -As to disfranchise- stock industry goes on upace. A not- man his nient, he did not :see why should be allowed to vote and wife's vote taken away. Dr. Clark Ridicules Edwards. Dr. Cfark raised much Ljiplause from tlie opposition beaches when he warmly congratulated -Mr. Eater his speech, which, he said, was able ot this movement is the' P. raacli owned aud operatQrl H. P. Ober of the neadymade district. Mr. Ober has re- cently purchased a purebred Ciyaes- dale slro "Spencer's siretl by "Sir This splendid animal was raised by Hohert Ness Son of very should Qlte.', and now stands at the r, ranch. Tho day. of the scrub horse has gone, but the day of the- purebrcd draft breeds is just coming the minds ot all good Canadians at this period of reconstraction. _J-Ie hoped that the government would yet reconsider its decision and chop out tho disfranchisemeitt clauses bodily. I The government, he thought, hart mlsc- ed a glorious opportunity .of showing i itself broad and of going ahead with The incident related serves to show how a little- sparl: lend to dis- tufi) the nmenities lhat exist between two friendly nations