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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 28, XetbbnlMc Deralb t, aiberu WKKLY i-jri for all that Is known, would In ite natural course havo died away as :i did. rtosu.ro or no closurt Under the. i-lrcmusl-jnces. the clos- ing of the schuoli Us a >v-hat tiity if believed in should tho last and not the Urn cdssldemttM. As it stands at 1 i> only a believe pol- LIMITED attached. TIIF. I.ETHR1UDGE DAILY HERALD________ Mh SMth, 'W. A. Buchanan and Director feta Tarnnce Buslnwi U.F.A. and U.F.W.A. Show Di- verse Live.. News from tias Centre TELEPHONES OtCco 1252 THE HEALTH OF DOMINION That a nation as nation should Jllat hire-a national department of health interfering with .any- thiiirin the way of-provincial teallh should make a regard tor health eitcnd' 'Kroughout the Domra- iro'hat'betn demonstrated in the pro; posei.sederhl de-part went' of Ijiwlft.'. its acceptance a national need will te sensed and crystallized. ..The provisions of-the Mil to bring. the new department into being, and the powers of'.the Minister of Health lo be have been made public by Hon. N. Rowel! introducing the bill tl the House of Commons, The particular-powers njenlkmfrd in -irili'tneerwith-publk: approval in the itueral.scheme enrbrdced.. They are of an titendeii.aeale covering child welSire. medical. care of immigration. health cm all me- liods a Comprehen- THE QUESTION OF DAYLIGHT The .iivstira ot daylight saving at tirae is engaging the at- tec'ix" of House- at OUawa. and it possible that by Ihe time tlieso "ices in print a dec-isio-a will teen arrived at in regard'to its this summer. 1 UvyligM savins is something that i Has been experienced iu Its working, j a" more intelligent un-j ot its benefit, or o-.he.-- can be arrived at. H is quite regard to It may hive been remov- er, again, that the. old diebards had no use ior it at any time have only hardened their hearts iu their original attitude- to it. In tlie west with its large share of aylight not a very great stock has een laid daylisiit savins chetne. though, to. a great extent, it nay hive boon appreciated. The gen- era! attitude, may be summed up Same Hate as Last cil to Care, for Needy- Cases of I'lncss ii'i'i'i BOW ISLAND. Ma Ij'.iiy was held in th rfay t-i consider pr.i'i.uced disi-nss'.ous -i 'jr.- in adjourn the fed'a final dacislon will b tend to' re aide in (uiure. (Viite a nu-'il-er of our yount were present at the dance in Burden .ra Friday evi-nif.g. The pantry held wider the i -Mulcts ot the l.uliei ot St. Atv..- I.ew's unite 1 church la the rest rosai c-n SilarJay afier-jcon vis a detMiio-1 success and co-vdii'TS wish to A all ihose who asvis Vi IU) J- -nl 7 in any way in matins this sale such a L-ratilylns Riley who recently mi- ilerwenl an operation In Jledicmc has returned homo. Mr, it. La So sprat tbo week end Medicine Hat. A very -ir.ertr-? tViom Our Orro CVrr.-si CHAMPION. Mar. J5-- a-m siow on VYiday evouins well ill tact, the hall was crowded ...i.iL'Mv It was feared that ow- of ,h, roads that attendance, would suffi-r. but iu t-j mH counted on the umatliug qu. md .-Hi-llv well received. The fam- of Mr. Art Hopkins '.he hit ol the evening. the tirocram a dauce was aelu d m'arlv all" tbo ible tidies stayed roiled out the eight. The gross re- ro'pta the evening were one hun- lied and ijiirty dollars. Council On Saturday the councillors o. Ihe i. oi Harmony. So. 1'JS held a re- Keeling, when all were Present U'eve. V. M. Paleracn. called the to order nt a.m. Mucl- Geo. E. J. Browu. lawyer, is dead. J. J.'Kollett. leading Toronto uier-' chaut tailor. Is dead. Robt. Steele. ST.. reeve ol Fergus. Onl.. for a number ot years. Is dc.td. i Thcs. C. Deavitt, exAVarden ot Sim-1 c'oe county, and throe years Alderman ot Mcsteni. Is dead. Hev. A. K. Hetherinston.ot ouver, has been invited to Zion Jleth-, odisl church, Mocee. Jaw. j Hev Scotl Fulton was inducted at ;halmers Pres-byterian church, Tor- onto. L iV (ramIns a by-lav. an n tho rest room on Saturday ovenms. ;ill ol perverse road crows! vias in nl saying that Uiose In favor'welcomed i u. K. A. and the scheme and'thc bulk ot those agatost the scheme tilt lhal ft made no greal deal of difference- anyway, quesiion .was The at the Board of the far- mers present when' it was said lhat as far as they were personally concern- ed it made not much difference either Way. nia.v be construed as the general tone- of opinion "among the agricnltur- there are others wno rjor- -nnu m. 1> to 31ray cattle, and the ruea anally drafted and passe lhreo readings. H will be submit ,g (he for eradorsatio j it Accepted, will become law i Kcetii.? ot !ht ot a wccSi. A local.- ..vas ti.d o colmcil power lo p-jrchas Jh R M 0, the Hill ccmeterv- was also carried. 11 IT, 1-tn KCIU HIH HMJ ihnrou.hiv SiT-'Ttc price ot the land Is fl'W an acre. Ji> -..res. The extends over two ai-res. and-for other reasons, are ,hat there use in the measure. is noth.ng of raany friends of Mr. H, l.un-1 cgth-will be sincerely sorry, to learn of his serious illness: in the Medicine Hat-hospital. One ot tho most .enjoyable gather- ing's of the week was the card party given by Mr. ani? Mrs-. C. H. Bell in The Crescent Creamery company i ot Winnipeg, proposes lo institute a central milk stalion in Port Arthur. Fourteen young women have applied (or positions as supervisors of Calgary city playgrounds. There are nine largo playgrounds to be staffed. Five well known women of Pitts- bur" suburb adopted elogan "ml seal .10 fare" on boarding a train, and con- ductor finally paid fares himselt. LSeut Clark "Wright, United Slates army, is awake at Fort Worth, after a four wceis' sleep, caused, phy- sicians say, either by influenza or loo close study. "Reds" who endeavored to hold Bol- mcelinK in suburb of Phila- llrV.ill- Delightful Home Evenings It's nice to come home for ihe evening and know lhat there are going to be no you're going to havt 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 "feast" 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 Victrola unfold this great gift. Come in- let's talk it over. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH St. 9. LtTMBRIDCE acllve service in Ihe war. nine children are, still alive. B. F. Scoll. who bold being the luuimum rate, and the fame as last year. Stale of the councillors were in" favor of >rnttins it dovvn. but -.vlleu it was found that by so doing H would mean Uie curtailing of much work the rate as staled re- 1 a unanimous vote. lire, it IrneT -but all -very much ,at [Our table's. Mr. ilolfe 17as the r0ad work will be done by divi The main opposition to the daylight [unate winner of "the hikliest, score j -jons as though it was propos the ed that it be very The main opposon o e unate winner o e es measure is said to eome from whila Mr. f.'Vf. Taylor receiv ana, particularly.