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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TliK LKTHBR11X3K UA1LV HSiHALP SATURDAY. MAHCII 20. 1019 Xetfoln-iftfls, Hltvrta DAILY AND WEEKLY 1 For this reason the action and the j retro action iu regard u> tut' ban ure wholly lo Maine, l! is c.isy 19 btniiw j the press in the matter iu an opinion expressed at thf Hoard meeting. U is islwaya a fashionable, thins to make -the the but (orlun-. _________ -a'-cU- for the press'it has broad shoul- and Publiihtri jders. ar.d in uo ways resents the gen jn Engine Started U LETHBRID5E HERALD PRINT, tie ir.-.pMi-hmeot. It i? amusing, now- INS COMPANY. LIMITED i ever, t, heir the press Warned lor on -V'ed v[ tne Ufp.trtRtent ItS 6th Strttt Sjuth, Ig-Wi oft as-'in. a in! at the same time W. A. Buchanan hysterical tactics for which it was not j and Director reipouiio'e. T.wance liusiness Manaserj is Shown TELEPHONES Otfiet Oifce i SOMETHING FOR LABOR Jlarch Smith Caraso anil implement to the OTHERS TO CONSIDER ;m TharfJjy mprniua. fire start- ly the vjfiv of Ihe great problem o: Sev. I which has to be solved satistac- j c-r.il n-.'v itorily vitih justice and consideration sidrrabV 10 and fcr all. it Is well that, at auy rate, cue of the, difficultly in the pv.tt't i solution should be presented refer to the matter o, per week.......15 though il is .1 can- delivered' year .-SI.50 f ker in the economic Eitua'.ion. cannot by mail, per year ......SS-W j be altogether regarded as a monitor Weekly, Vy mail, per year tf> be heedlessly swept aside without cars ivojc bumeil and con- to machinery "y :i bij tire on y. hy per year t ol tsplry 0! s'Jbjcrip .duty .oa address Ubel- o( popers after expiration date Is auth6rlty !o continue tea SUD- scTiption. p- ,0 aUenlJOT >jeiI.B paid ot its Several buildtuss were 1> is nbout time our small towns ?.'i thoir heads ami a fire department. A. >l. fliea aci famtl.r are all ill iaiU'.'-nza. Several new cafes sre reported ill town. i J. (Juinri is relieving -Mr. Graham j suiioa agent during [ue tatter's )'-UP IN 1ASSING i iji ThE from infeulnza In the province ot Sas !kulchowau up to December SI last. j which Is a death, rale ol 4.3 per one of the population. Yilhjilmur Stefansson. the explorer, will visit his mothor md other luc-iutxus of (he family, te- iu the vicinity ot iu April. Dread is We a Icwf 1" Tronic. Prince- Arthur Hall, at Montreal, a Alberta te short st least .'popular ballrootn, was destroyed, by fire. Tho damage is at JUO.uti. Ths hall was also used tor Jewish weddings and a rare canopy used on these occasions was destroyed. Just a few days prior to securing his discharge from the U. S. Army, ihe death took pUco at Camp Kentucky, of Lieut. 1'arke Ilobb. son A J. W. Kcbb, a member of one of is llje makins of huge and. in the civcumslances. daushler, Mrs. B. X. Decker, in l.cth- THE DEMAND FOR SHORTER HOURS There has beeo tantxi beard of tbcso profitF. at the expense of the public, j with whom is included what is com- .only working n.B. ,n for a time. K. K Bnines entertained for e speech in the Stoeicv and Marv BahlpJ Tbose House o.' Commons. Mr. Bonar l.nw invited were Leslie GilS3, Cyril Grit- davs'in tie on the pan oil touched on an aspect of excessive pro-1 flits, KiiwarJ Pearson. Italph Bar Lio, tor shorter in Particular I m, and sustained his reputation tor n.nnfr 0 Jon.eL Charies to tie mining industry. This may appear an extravagant demand and in the fact that the demand amongst 1ha miners in the Old Country for the six ability in the able manner with the labor question. II sympathetic speech in regard to T-a- bor, with a full sense of the grievances Hft Kayjiioml Kllen, James He dealt Rcbert Koan GaMes were !n aml n Dainty lunch served. lours mar be considered as something which Labor in the Old COM- of a guide for the demand here in Us i travelled nader- tround between tbe shaft _aad tie' worXing place is sometinates considsr- and Jl'ia a LricestershlM wti- 'toate that a stx-hour day irould on th'e .are rage inrolre the spending ol atout seven and a half iiours .in the mine. rlt shouldjalso fee reckoned tint the BrHfch miner works Trith no firtcn-'al for He taXes meal wfieVe "he sitting OB a lamp of coal -v there is sallicient headroom md Bnwafhed banfls in the In the matter of shorter hours the tact should be borne in -mind, that if tiiev individually. to.bene- tltrtha memberj ane'.'uaiqn. they mar adversely affect Uioae ol other -unions in 'ihe.cost of la the matter of particoiar union the becelil of all unions and rr.ot ol wife' should be calculated in tfce reckoning. to .the output and in .general p'.Eed to Canada in that there Is much ot in the agitation anil unrest n (be tvo countries. In the course of Ms Mr. E. N. Becker" and sou, luii, have returned home iifier visiting cer parent? for some tfme, i v. Agaplto ot l.ut Canyon, N. M., died at ot 115 The Hlick Mid MulrhwJ cleaniitf elevator totally destroyed by tire Fort William.. proiwses to extend its water mains and lay aaililonal sew- ers. Henry Martin Blossom, author and playwright, died at New York of fneu- tnonla. Mr. Blossom 5; years olJ. herst. Jlioh.. nottilng A new creamery industry is >o be i a o! anij lauucheJ in Vernon. where the mavMaery for a creiiacry is now bo- ing Brockvillc's bfsl known famillaj. Children releasing brakes caused :-2 empty gondola cars io plunge over 125-foot embankment at South Am- bent Bonar Law said that paini to I the enormous dividends wh.rfi are i made. "I would ttie House continued, consHsr this aspe-ci f.f the question. It Is necessary, to kwp up prodnction. H you arc i keep up production to the full you must pay j price TrHcfc will enable iho UULM It Is proposed lo icgulala pu'ulic ulililies in British Columbia through llie appointment of a public utilities commission, The Penlkton board ol trade is pressing on tho Dominion government to erect a. post oflice and customs house ;u that point. The Toronto Board u! Education re- fused to pay the expenses incurred by the visit to Chicago ot Trustee Noble's party. Herbert W. Kent, manager of the Northern Electric. Co.. died at Vancou- ver. He came originally from Peter- [boro. tVpyburn has entered into a con- tract for the city's supply of coal for next year at per ton f.o.b. at the jmine. I If. H. McKinney, superintendent ot [organization for the Saskatchewan J Grain Growers' association, has re- j signed his position. The Horticultural society ot Fort recommends the adoption of tie red sweet pea as a civic flower' for that conrmunity. that M a factory by j Monash, ot the Australian army, in tpecially good roacMnery special i France, paying tribute to the jenerojs- skilliin TDinssement can produce the i Ol France, in presenting Vlmy Lieut. Harold Snith. who has been wounded. three tirue-s., gassei twice, and promoted from a private through the varying.ranks to IJeuten- aht, has returned lo his liome in He- Mayor Clarke ot Edmonton, has re- ceived n letter from n soldier, a Belgian, who wishes to find hie sweet- heart's father, Mathk'u l.utkin. who came Alberta and whose consent to Ihe jiuplials Is needed. Mrs. H. S. Johnston, wife of Harry S. johnstoc. died lu Winnipeg from pneumonia following Spanish influen- za. She was 35 years old and had been a resident ot Winnipeg nil her 'Pleasant Places to MIT Musical I Mason Risch establishments bear the distinction of being Canada's leading music stores. Here you obtain the best goods and quickest, most intelligent and courteous service, lowest, prices and most convenient terms. Come in the next time you are down- town. Enjoy a demonstration of the Mason Risch Player Piano or the Victrola; see the completeness of our many departments. Measure the capability of our you'll appreciate the quality of the service we offer. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. k. further great demand for the high ex- plosive T.X.T.. the company proposes to increase ils output ot commercial explosives. The cost At l has done splendid work alons tie line of clubs tor hoys anil girls. The movement was Inaugurat- ed In 1913. when there were 500 mem- oirs, tut a: tho slid ot 1918 there were members. Brandon city council Is ottering a partial exemption from laies to Ihojlhe other items in connection with a I watch. Currle Manufacturing company to lo-j funeral more than counterbalance this cate its plant hi that city. The. firm'seemingly large profit. to as to their disposition, were found on reaching the hospital to contain only water. -----meeting of the Roselown Ma- .f funerals In Winnipeg amlc lodge-on March 12, C. H. linn- Is not excessive, says G. B. Clirko, cin, manager .ot Ihe Union bank, ivho head of the social commission, fs-eoon to move to Calgary; vfis'mado Fitly per cent. Is made on the recipient ot a beautiful vrrlst makes tanks, swings, fanning mills, grain ptcVlers, etc. Martin Bray, alleged slayer of Saskatchewan has.nothing to boast bt .in Connection with fire Insurance losses; TVIth a population ot slightly f.ilide at tbe rH price, thea that company will, In spite of excess make, LIFTING THE BAN ON THE 'SCHOOLS The teoard bt Health came to a -wise .decision in what, was'practically lift- Ing the ban.on the schools by allowing '.the opening otjthe High School and room for Grade. 8. "We use the "practically" advisedly, in that, In regard to the other grades, the ac- tion 'of the Board was guided, in the 'iwiedom that, in the fact of many of the .teachers befae engaged in the min- istering irtceMary in the 'fhi situation, 'to rest of the class rooma n-outd aeaa calHng ihem back from duties irhfch they ir'ere profits the average Prico was a price uader or. dinary circumstances." In Mr. Bonar law's there is a volume of thought; Without appearing to have anything of favor for I'hV profiieer who grinds Uie pub- lic and working man, and for whom we have no manner 'of use, there is sontethlng in the aspect which should come -hi consideration In the Wholesale condemnation of profiteers which in Very many cases is lustiti, ahly called for.: The question ariset shall we not in the dealing with what appear excessive profits in an ly Inimical attitude to eliminate, as in tht partfcalar referred' to. all ioltiallra, and proficJency, so putting a discount, on brains. To do'thla would sc much' the worse tor' Industries and so much ot a set- the competition with other nttiois. The moral lies in thai what has the appeiranM of excessive profits ihrralrl be differentiated. All excessivp pro- fits cannot be xrealeii alike. Bo long as .Uie 'public Is not Hade to suffer, Kidje to Canada, suggested that-, it] would be a noble action it France sim- larly honored Australia. New Zealand anil South Afrea, thus establishing an everlasting fraternity between the Do- minions and the republic. the hope march of a representative bodr of that the 'war office authorities would find it possible i to arrange' tor the DomlnloiiE'jtrDODe hi London. He "'sij the inarch must be held be'ore the end of -May, 03 the- froopf were-repatriat- -ii i 11, ,nrtri 'former wife and K. S. Showers, owing under the total fire loss In 'o m.lKath which has resulted since IMS WSMW. only less his confinement in jail, was carried In- lhan in lOli. caused 43 falalillej to the courtroom on-ii stretcher for] and 50 lo human beings. his arraignment butor of the Ontario fishers' distribu- tion, disposed of pounds: of gov- ernment tish.last year. The Portage la Prairie Barbers fiare decided to work shorter hours, an din at 6.30 VANCOUVER, March ing the action of the Calgary convpn- .ion in (ending iongratulaiioES to .the Spartacans of Germany, one delegate to the Trades and Labor Council last night expressed the vletr lhata "the time is coming when organized labor may have to restrain the returned soldiers wnen capitalism employs against them the same weapons they used over there." Approval ot the Calgary resolution was carried with but one dissenting and should be 31- theiT proper rewarii. If not brail iOTTrf the reduction of everything to one dnll etandard, -n'ilh nothing In .ihe way of a jiremram {or brains and'la- feHfyence, Till brlts? about, a condi- tion that be 'bound to he sDrae- thing In Uie Shape of a boomerang-on the general -welfare of the country. AFTER THE GREAT WAR The London Observer fs reprinting mile the Board ot Health is to be commended for the consideration giv- in the matter ot tie teachers, M Is lo be farther coaaealed in the mat- of ther re-opentes granted to, the- '.-Uleher ffiAtf. In tills tfca Board re- moved that of inconslc'.- 'tocy the policy in regard to schools, It laid itself open to. This for a puolic body In tbe estlma-jits articles ot three and a In which il should bi regarded halt' jftft met' Waterloo! The pic- the public Is well, and creates a tore it a sricrorDy one.' Agricul' .teeling authority is sane, j In aiitress. The landholders ward i. That feeling the flagrant Incon- j new eorn bills lo increase the price of EJstency ot the measure now happily, wheat, as a bushel is not sutllci- to pay rent, laies, and labor. .The condition ot artisans Is wretched. "If It should be that their1 condition is better than it was in the winter of 13U47 the fact may he allowed; hut trtiat was that condition -which Is now emended? They were then abso- lutely .Tdtriout employ. poatthViy in want ot food hy hundreds and thous- ands tor t'ayi together; and Ihe little whten the parishes could afford to give bore iio comparison to the vittd tt to whom It was given. Private charity alike fall to has been an ever present ''one, and we may well that the Mloard ot Health ha f redemed Ha re- pUlalion. ;At the meeting of the llcaUn Board Ine medical; officer save 'it as collect- cd expert Opinion, hased On wperl- ebce in the United Slates, and tha.t Ihe wholesale closing in last' Influenza epidemic waa'lnef- fittual In fhe way of arresting the sjSread [he. disease.- In retard 'to .Mhools tho.'.samei It. was o'trt; that.Jii thest wtioiish- rrlents It wars laf Uiem tli n with n inwilixenl'iffker lo Veep lie pupils tMet to trjeir showlif jjTBptotni! ot the fulure tSijr shops will instead rof 7 o'clock: close Our Own BARONS, ttarch 28 Wp.are glad to see Mrs. Mtctay back in town. Tomorrow Rev. Malley Will be (he preacher in Barons and White take. The subject will be :'The Jerfcho noad." After the evening service. In Barons the usual social hour will be helj, when Miss 'Manic' Moir ,wil! give anjaddreas on Ihe lives of 'two great intulca) .mmposers. Refresh- If you are a stranger in. or away from home, corne and'. spend a social hour. Rev. and -Mrs. JfalieJ- are j being congratiilatcii upon the birth of.'a ton, Lclhb.-Mgc. The Victoria Chemical and the Nanaimo plant are to be trans- Two five-eallon' kess ot Scotch whiskey, setieil af Pembroke, and stored in cells at the town fcall until Lonla Do Gero, a tormer prominent resident of Penllcton, who manifested considerable lympathy for tho Ger- mans iu the early months ot the war, and w'tio showed some antipathy to- ward 'his departure tor southern points, recently returned to British. Columbia. He was met by a deputa- tion of citizens and ndvlsed to rer- manenlly leave Pentitton; as he dis- played no haste In taking his depart- ure, the deputation escorted him soiuo ferred to James Island, and with no word should be received Ironi Toron- south. distance out and showed him the Irail Fleming. is to have electric light. Kid Spears Is installing a enfiush to light the: streets, stores, churches, etc. One of'the' first; moves ot the new community club of Capar is the es tabllsihiuent of a public .library for the tow aid dtotrtct. Electors' of (ha Vest end irf Regius have formed themselves Into 'an elation for the' discussion' ot matters affecting the A. coliV storage; plant is In course of erection at North Batlltffcrd, and portion Is already being atiiireti to store pounds ot produce. The Canadian National Railways will build eitensive engineering shops 'D Saskatoon as part ot the district ieadquarlers for, the province. There has been a good deal ot sick- ess in the country surrounding 'Sas- katdon and many, for nurses have come to the board of health. Moose Jaw council has tinder con- sideration a bylaw to increase the business license fee. The Increases average octween 15 and 20 percent. The associated of trade of southeastern British Columbia have decided to widen Uie scope of the' association and to adopt ag- gressive policy, t An organization which will he call- od the British Columbia. Traffic and Credit association has'been formed at Kelowna, in tha Interest ot fruit aiW vegetable s I1tri Street >nd 1th Avt. W. V. McMltUn, 8 A, Uteisr lornidg Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Holy Communion I3t, 3rd and 5ih Sundays, S a.m., 2nd am] ilh.at 11 o'clock service. ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and 8th Street South Rev. Canon J. E. Murrtll-Wrlght, M.A., Rector. FINDING IN rfAUFAX RIOTS HALIFAX. N. S., March Tiie grand.jury, at the .March crimioal as- sizes ot the suprcrac court of Nora Scotia, charged with Investigating Ihe February riots, 'reported yesterday, recommending that nddilional facili- ties ho. provided for assembling the police fasss of emergency anil that Ihe civic naval police co- operate'In "Ihe queilfng'ot all future rtols. Tho grand Jury, also found that rlo good 'was to he served in re-opening me ijiicslion of'rcsponalbilily for the e.Jtp.losiwf of.Dec. 6, 1S1T. The Lancashire cotton .employers have decided to grant the workers a week, compfcred the present 5514 hour The olter will be considered. 'Agrarian "are spreading In ths agricultural districts'of Argentina, Tho farmers are Refusing to pkiw; the ground becaiise ot the of Thousahils of sacks..of frozen I-ake Superior herring, 'left over from the fall catch, arc being disposed of at cost at Nlpigon rlsh company's dockfi In Port Arthur. The council Kcnora Is pressing Jt was.lndetd a nation slip- people ainkliis foV wMt vt food." Yet with wheat at frtr; (As a resist