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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LKTllBmilfiE DAILY HKKALO She Vtbtmbge fecralb lltxrta WULY AND WUKLY JMB LCTHM1OCE HERALD PRINT- UttiTCO fplllim W. A. l UlUftBf Director Ttmuict TELEPHONES Aailt OUty, Mtv jwr It Dally, delivered. per year S7.M IIMly, 'Vr' mill. per year J5.M Wtfidy, by mail, psr year by Mil. per rear lo 'U.S.. the interests cf the city in whil should its welfare in heal'Ji as in other matters. To so further would be to so amiss. There should be aa emeuie cordi- between ihe city council and the prese. It there are criticisms to be offered they should be retarded, as they are nuani 10 be. In Interests and veuare cf the public, which is the first concern ot the press. Wroug in- ferences on the. part of the city ta'lh ers do not advance a step "towards good relationship. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1919 MACLEOD PEOPLE Dttee of expiry ot subscriptions ap- on address Ubel Accept- of papers alter expiration date ii our .authority to continue tha sub- scription. WHY TKE'WEST VOTED DOWN TARIFF AMENDMENT i The attitude of the western inem-j bers favorios tariff is vot- ing down the opposition amendment can be easily explained. Tariff cban- ges taanol be made or announced un- til the budget is broufht down. West- ern members are wait un- til (hen believing that the Government raalce satisfactory concessions. lied the rrestern fflea voted for (ae amendment and defeated the govern- mept it' would have 'precipitated an election and the present is not .the tinie for. an election since ilemobiliza. tlon is in progress and many soldiers would not be able lo vole. The west- cm men believed il was only fair to give the government a chance to show thrpagb the budget what it was going to-do on the tariff. .Voting for the Diendment meant a vote' ot want of confidence and they were not prepar- ed ip declare want of confidence uolil tile government actually lost their by an uns'alUfactory course tie tariff, i CUT OUT THE CUT-OfF NUISANCE 1 -Tken are certain caiUns io to'wto'lf they have BO heart be. ionlklj reminded that' it' is necei- to fee tfcere in tile consMeratkm of more so at tllll particu- lar there is BO muca illaess to iailir.ct'In wha reckon theriaelVjSs human belaes 'should be oarciwd without the need of tte same be pointed out. U the hn- QMlity has to be pointed out ii. badly for those who need the tell int. Car Drivers who open their cutoffs, ind there ar_e many dolag.sa, are not only- acting illegally but they are a plague aid in annoyance lo people in normal health. What their" action meins-lo ihcee who >re III can easily Here is work for the police, with whom ihe public thou'd co-operate ia fjrinjiug these hearltess fiends, for ddlcts4 to giving their imag- inations'wild play and reading Into a press rejOTt what II was not intended lof convey. We refer to Qte altitude laien by the mayor and his co-commis- sioners In regard to a remark In the report of the Board of Ilenilh meeting on thai eventful afternoon of Monday last. .The to whlcb tim- kM Is wVien, In re- fanj to tie voting on the amendment to the resolution mpportfnf the action o) tclisf awlicai officer, It MM It was a caw of the cilr OW mrtty ftnAeri of VoarJ. nMtt Tali was lilrtally tkt. their leash Just now. 11 it >D ostrich like notion which does not bide ttelr'fetl Intentions. AbMkmtle, who was a Hrl- gadier-Ofneral during the war, took up tile old Job, after demobillsalion, as third assistant clerk with the City of London Board of Guardians. A rain who had Ihe fine apirit (o be able to s hiylug a nxl la other route, and the secret- ned for ibis district. The delegates to the irrigation con- venlior. reported 33 to the resolutions passed al the convention, and the whole was summed up in Ihe speech of Mr. Heikie who said. "This.'MacIeed district, Is divided up into Ihrej parts, the north, west and south, and'it now the duty of each Vnd every far- mer, with the assistance of the board of trade to tafce up tbe subject ser- iously, and to falter not until tlon is an accomplished fact." Thos. Wyman is Bazaar-Was a F. A. Plan Concert cry fire. Mosl of (lie casualties occurred in Ihs clown Hie ulRirways visllors in the city Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson of Barons were visitors in Ihe Iron Springs dis- trict for a day or (wo last week. Miss Laura Jones oi Edmonton, was a dislir.guished visitor -t at the social Friday evening. The U. F. A. arc p'larinlng to hold (heir annual concert-and boi social nejct Fri day .evening at Iron Springs. A good lime Is eipected. tV few days ago, Mr. Wtn. Fox of Galesburg, Illinois, made a special vis- it to our neighborhood and took ".way one of our bright young ladies in the person of >liss Annie Housengar, The young couijle left for'Illinois where they will reside. Boys, btn-are of the foses, Supper and 8azJ3r The fowl supper, concert ana ba zaar were a great success "last Friday evening. Surely Ihe road> -were quite Interesting, but the great crowd glitt- ered fitiin the four wind's and partook ot a sumptuous repast. Due lo sick- ness in the adjoining district, the pro- gram brief. The following were the All sans the Leaf'; Miss Anderson, a. song; trm- slcal item, Mrs. S. Pike and .Mr. F. Oickout; Eong, Sirs. Oliver; song by the children. All these Items were splendidly rendered, and ranch nppre- elated by all. The bazaar was field In one of the large rooms in the Tic'a- ler mansion, where Ihero was ample opportunity (or ai! lo view the splen- did display of serviceable and fancy articles. These were quickly pnrehas. ed by Ihe onlookers, and although the dour was now quite late, the singing of the.National Anihem concluded one ot Iho moat eventful lunclions ever held by Hie Ladies' Aid of Iron Springs church. The proceeds .aid of Ihe church funds, and more than were realized. f.... -I. D. A. Branch" Mr. Thoa. H. Wyman has teen ap- poinled chairman of tile Ixical I. A. and Mr. H. Kane, secretary. It is high .time that our community organ- fzal such a department .of iJevelop- raenl, and every .farmer iii Ihe co'm- niunily should line up. with the presi- dent and secretary safft de- vclopmeni. RICKED UP IN SS1NG FOB rmic BUSY MAN J. B. Midwife ,of cele- brated their diernoud Kov. J. E. Hunter, ot Crotsley and Hunter evangelistic fame, fe deud at Toronto. The Bex Nations Indians are claim- ing autonomy under their old treaty rights. y Very Hev. Dean Davis ot Londoa is deatt alter forty-three years' sen-Ice as rector ot SL James' church. First "O14 Kirk" established In Ow- en Sound is teins tora down. H was built In 1S65. 42 puplte out of -13 in one school- room in Calgary have bought YTar Savings Stamps. Ladles' Aid Society1 ot Knox church, Goderich. has presented a beH to the congregation as a peace, memorial. J. S. Is the newly-appointed Sheriff of Grey Countr, Out. He It a fanner. Master Jack a Gait boy, lost an eye through a miehap with a bow and arrow. County jail at Queiph is lull to over- flowing. arid two men have to be rut in one cell at times. Mr. W. G. Purser, blind editor and proprietor of the Port Hope Timec, ii _ February production U the Nlpis- sine mines averaged 4 hours. Andrew Xewiaods. one- of the. prominent citizens of Gait, is dead, in his fifty-fifth rear. "Uncle" Barney Rigney, 102. oldest Civil War veteran in Connecticut, Is dead. Officers and meu of Ihe United Slates army derabilized to date num- ber Death -penalty for first degree mur- der hag been restored in State, Washington- Pneumonia caused 414 deaths ia American EipediUoniry Force in France last week. i Watervllet Arsenal ii Troy, N. will be centre cianon industry In the to tare'an'air -force with :a Jin the old reservoir in.Central Three thousand new telephone lines will be installed in Manitoba -within a Good progress is being made en ihe Grand niver luilway line -between Hespeler and Preston. Brockville's fai rait at mills provides for expenditure at on police and for firti protection, Col. Theodore jr., an- Delightful Home' Evenings It's nice to come home for the evening and know that there are going to be no dul you're going to havfe hours of the finest of music, and in variety not limited, even though there be no musician in the house. If you have not experienced the great of song, dance, 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" Victrok unfold this great gift. let's talk it over. MASON RISCH LIMITED BAZ.MORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. LETHBRJogt nouncee at New YorX that A war vet- erans' association will be organized shortly. Elccirie mrtway menjn New York conference declare only higher: fare or bwrjership caa.-ffsve -trac- tion liae-'f. N'eflr.' Oa-en Sound. Thomas Watson passed tvway at the age of D4 years and sis months. She 'often walked three miles to church. A foreign woman in Manitoba sued for divorce because hcj husband, site said, with an axe noder his pil low. Charles O. Smith, 14-year-old BrGViTiing, East, boy, walhed 150 miles to Winnipeg fcecatwe he -was -tired of the family farm. for heroism In Frairee, was'shot and killed Sy a jealous rival' eight mln-1 utes after he had arrived home at tost St. Tor 3S .years chlidhip p( Ixsel Etantori.. .IflUj'i them -they th'oughX their tather-'ileiu. "He .died.lwt.fa9ntli. in 'iovi-a, 'leaving 'W Junius Spencer Morcan, eldest son For. the first in its.-, history Moose Jaw has no appeals ogaiitft the assessments that have been made tills year. A sMphuilding and repair ftrn'i in' Victoria, B.C., lost a job'. be-. cause iis workers were on strike. Tlie work went to Licensing of all homes or "baby farms" in Calgarj-, where children are .kept, will be recommended by Chief of Provincial .irjspectora in Manitoba say they inow. (One doctor who' haa made by issuing liquor pre- scriptions since Manitoba went "dry." Pte. George Biirncy, a negro dier uho had been decorated twice ..Manitoba Government construct an electric power.- transmission line from Winnipeg lo 1'ortasc Prairie; at a coat of between ana ,-v Sympathy strikes and loclcouls -will be btll where the boaM'bas vestigatlon and atajnst ihe' demands of the workers.- fc t .'Waller jwullry! lirmer Inr the' Lala'Hln dIBrtel'et wu (aund ueatT blow off Jn Reynpras.st.. [early Tuesday. 1C U Mined fee com- nrltled suicide jn dwpofjdnncy. Accepting; a (voni ,kia ,school mates, flobt. J. Cftrey, North rBrooktieH Hlrt .-walked uomt th> of the flat oa .ihe when mintep plunge of SO to the (Tounj. '.It time tin bu been performed. I'AIIIS. March K. (Associated United Slates psaco dele- gation, it Is said, has definitely agreed upon the amendment It .VIII offer lo. Article X. of the covenant, of ihe league of nations to safeguard the 'Monroe Doctrine. The amendment nrovldes menls under (tie covcnaal not be construed as Infringement upon tin princitiles of fntcrnalfenil policies hereicrforo recognlied.' L'ABOR REPOSt FINISHED PAHIS, March terms of the report wMch It will In tbc. ncsce conference 'were upon Monday Urn Yonimlsston on Intorrntlonal tuemiiMfi of coninihflton ndontet) ft resolution thanking clulr'msfl, Kamncl ClorninTs, for his work during the fleanTons. Character and Correctness When Fit-Reform presente Vnew of you may be sure that' they are right in fashion, in tailoring and in vatae. For nearly, a quarter of a century, Fit-Relorm has been iba crealive tailor to d g me n, lirccmu} try o ver. Thrt quiet efegniicc, which mvifki the touch of and wliidi hand of genfui alf.ne can h 'in the It-hat'been a source of to a "great many' men io have confidence in eho character Fit-Reform Suils await When ihe W.IIM, pv. JIf] thti Fit-Ri-'toiin gf.rocv of (r.iiOl'fcti McKELVm McGUIRE ;