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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH 31, ttbe OAILY ANO WtEKLV and JTNC LtTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT. INS COMPANY, LIMITED Uh ttrwt South, W. A. Suctianan MauBSing Director Torrance Business Manaiai in living up to its institution. Labor bureaus are and if [the labor necessary cannot obtain- ed locally it will distinctly be a C.IM o( sending elsewhere for it. This would possibly cause a howl in labor t-irvlM in thai labor ie being iouortej. Hut the howl in the present circum- stances will be ia lie nature of Ihe j in the manger kind, Jou'l went to wor'K and ve are nol willing that ethers sbouM wcrk." the condition that is prevailing Organization Meeting I'cwlpon- TILSPHOMiS tolMM CWor MiisrUt i it might well be a question for serious j consideration whether it would not be to put into force asaia ihe Act. THEY HAVE NEEn TO BE SHOWN of the of Trade, on his return from Edmonton. Audit BUI-MU of Circulations; he went as a felegate to'inter- view Ihe govftrcmcni tn regard 10 the Several 'Klu Deaths- Curling Season Ends IfYc.'D lur Own tVirteVOTi TAUKR, Miitvli rink, winners oi ttie ila'cs' .Shiir.ro have sJ'.le'l frosh hou- their brow by eatuur'uj 1hc> Shield, Jc teaiing in tho ftuals ihe Laird rink by a scare ot U lo 5. There Is not spsce to in regard to Ihe pxoxntms ol evMalauunt. They. varied and raoii enjoyable. The, commit toe desire to all who in any way iu tUo car- nival a success, wperialiy lectur- ers ami entertainers wk.o came .roui without, A 'Flu Wave We are bavins a second iitfjuenca epidemic IQ cooumintiy. more infectious but iun 50 rLrutent Al ihfre are over 275 cases In town many In the country ruuutJiuK. while there aie several ser- ious cases ot pueanionu there has been as vet but one death resulting from, the disease. The orifiin of lots second epidemic lhat swept the tunn-n is a mystery, Some ilrifck thai Munro the 'flu fteud, rescutlng a carnlral bt- ing held to celebrate WF vaaqulshiuenl ors concealed himself iu the U' ihertf arc aay) of tho si-liool auditor- ium ami maliciously Justed down germs upon the crowds beneath. Other- Tlie fear at the Oiil simultaneously iu all pans of ihe UatM trf ot sutocriptlow-ap- jttr dally on address, label. Accept- aac3 ol after expiration date (5 Mr authority to continue the sub- jerlpUoa. WELCOME TO THE BATTERY In unleou with the cilUen: of Ueth- and that til's isnoraijce uot confined to the raafe and file of Ihe assembly but was shared in by some of Ihe members of ihe Cabinet. ftrlkiDg feature of ihe game this his bees the husky bunch ot new players that bave sol into it. Whirl- wind loads and seconds have s prime up. like Jonah's ia a night. This is something in liit> nature of iThouch Taber carried off no trophies will spend a i-ouple of months recuperating before rerarumg west. On Thursday March Mth at the home of Mrs. John Jenkins a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Larson. pne-hal'ol the wor'd not knowin- how j iu the Lelhbridse bonspiel and tailed _ Mr. R. D. Shiclls anil family are the other half lived, excusable- on the m Caaillac Cup- !e! b" s part o( the portions of Ihe world n 5 to the coast on a prolonged visit islands good, and Ham Oeanl's phen- jn the interest of health anJ during P IA AICKED UP IN SSING OR THE BUSY MAN score of eigul points on one bridge the Herald tenders its welcome but inexcusable In the portions of the yet to be matched hi South- to the men of the S9lh Battery who are today relurnic? as the first com- province ol Alberta ivhieh is a very ern Alberta- The Ouija board pre- small pan ol tbe their absence the hardware business! will be conducled by Robert Morrow.' hope to see R. D. bick in a tew rosite tmK of ihe men who have left the city to take part iu the great light j sented by their1 members in the legis- for Freedom. Home, and Liberty, the jlaiure, looV, are given to under- take'that has enthused the people on the country as some- every pan ot the British Empire, and j tWtig in the way of a territory which Ju Eiistalnlns which Canada took A a certain auiouat ct tt-'oi-is uf the dazed Leihbriise curlers The people of the nonS. as repre'- Him will bo made a life-member of ihe Lethbrldge Club and .crowned patron saint of the game" in the south. It will look strange' "al first to see our dUiinsimhod expon- Ju sustaining wnicn mnaaa UKJS oj EOJUS a boat his foremus; part accentuated by tbe gal-1 and.tbai.is the length ja a halo, but then. etc. Ian t deeds and ihe valiant spirit oft aiid breadth of their farming. When ilr. Tollman, tbe new C. P.'ll. her .fighting wham the unit Mr.-Marnoch told some of the last ivhich today we are is fiilly The'boys who aro.wkh us Duccaa Marshall a prize bull 1 With who held the line j of another had, 1 and to the far (lirag theatres I Tei? purchased from him 3 tha', when the brilliance of this 'months fully restored in beaUh. ile has fully penetrated tbejbas been a good citiien. ready to do his full share in every good work. Mr.-Marnocn some of the mem- ageut, arrived WHO ins lamiiv-- -asi tiers and sojae of the minislers that a wefk "and oa win fanner'in the south, had baughi from r' e Ul s Of the mea p[ the that play1" ibe They are the men 'conscience and trtt ued and They -teloas to the great bToriiertio'bd "ot Valtaat ,nien ihoagh ttamef are in a Bum- Iwr'df not emme into tie tbe TPr34, in irtaatAVeT portion of "it they of "traditions Thkb anijther. strain for ?25M there surprise as to.Vhy this oBtlas-.-.aud the enquiry as to reiafiv in" a country that bad not .it nd'tbe Empire in-particular'the the -means prize caf He; in tfle'natdre'of its peculiar farming have alfalfa fields irrigated areas Terr farorahle tor mixed farming nits heard o[ 'can these- thiriss be. '-'In the Prestdeul ot the Boird ot put's Toronto: The deceajM taken j lh. soggestton Uie taC: seeinig >s may lo tore and to lire ia. _-The mrt come in as it wynt.'ottt. >erl on'tbe -way of dnty, thete are irbo hare been striclcen en its Mrd.road. To tbe first render our homage, to the our PTO- fooad "syaspaiiT, icd to those who CWBC throafb ui of i and absent mingled nith oiur. greeting? is the ot pride, aod affe'ctlon whicb' re- is but a small for has been earned aud all that Ras been achieved. rery well acted on. Tfte ihe Minlafers atd M On Wednesday moraine at 5.30 a.m. e infant daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. iseph died of pneumonia Te- IIS SHARE OF Till (From Correspondent COALDALE, March Tht new can almoal be comprewed OF RE.ENFORC1NG 'ANTI-IOLEBS' ACT '.'.in the presenl'situation. in the dis- trict, of labor on the farms, in tbe Difficulty experienced in help, Ukd to ceVUin other elates labor, It my well be questioned iaielUer the removal at war time mea- u appiled to the Anti-Idlers' Act KM not too In the case of it a situation In -wiiicb is full and tbe laborer! Me, The cry ot the farmers ii and more ftelp. But in spite fhe'IadTKeinent ottered in the way waief, averajinj silly dollars with not anything in the ot the response to meet tbe tirg- Mt require own Is. aikej mat- a hundredfold worte is lhat there piucn ot required labor to Iiand, bflt men are by no means willing to engage in the Trori that ia needed. Ttey prefer to lounge In the poolrooms add In the hotel rotundas, ro live on tie proceeds of wages hare pre- viously saved, lo lead a life o! idleness rather this engage In good hpnest labor. Thh ii tho experience Ubor Bureau which, at Iho is unable to meet the call for hired men for the- ftrnt. farmer In the Sundial district ilales that there are easily live hun- IBM wanted there. The farmers up'against It In the fact that farm- tnf operations have to be started at aad il bound to arlTerse tielr industry. It firnfer (n It It f. question, with the 1 for production and greater is Just M necessa'r> H ms during (he lime tjie wia on ot Ike Interwu of tjie rjaintry lirte. It Is not a ctse of rttttrnen" men are not destr- of wbrltlng, II is more particularly thi cIvHlia' pirl of the populallon of wjwm there are many around who pre- ta loaf ratter than to work, as the lAbor Jlnreau goes its lo meet 1he demand for H'ill: Idc (o work, it Is greatly lianriirtnocd Tnis Js to in- s. many of the to afail tneinMlTes'of the'same "to Tisil the soalh country -o-hen the alfalfa is in bloom, and to see for thenjMlves that Is ?nl-v Possible here bnt the ireat benefits that hare been de- :ted from irrigation. Further, Ihis from liie minds of our coriiera nsrsubbrs the. wrong im- pressions they are at present carrying. Tni invitation: referred to should ake the form of an event be staged a plan for giving those who are evi- dently in need of Uie same first hand information as.to what the south coun. try 13 capable of with the necessirr facilities provided, such, a in the na- ture of Irrigation. To go from the particular to tie genera! the practical information plan conli with advant- age be eitended by farmers who have Irrijattd farmi to others who firm on dry land by inviting the litler at the proper time to come and see what irrigation has effected. If. is any one who is dubious in regard lo irrigation ocular demonstration Is an nnfailinf remedy to remove anything of donbi. seriously ill of the same complaint. -Mrs, -Hartford is remembered 'and liigBly esteemed by many in Taber. where she has visited .on several ,oc- cAsions and much sympathy is :telt locally for the bereaved family spring.. Our early, movement to add to the present school plant may be ex- pected. Mr. 11. A." Suggitt. returned trom Wyoming upon being wired that his family had tie ''flu, tamed riCHua. s T., TI Tie of Ceoree How. who! -llr- (as stticlien I. Hollraan was died of influenza on whose, body the arrival bf'h'is parents from China, was conducted on Sunday afternoon from the Jlethoilist church', the Rev. Thoa. Fillips officiating. Inspector J. Morgan pi Lethbridg'e spent a'few days supervising the Taber. schools. On Saturday, March al .1.30 p- m. a meeting of all -the-'teachffrs'jn Taber and surrounding 'districts has been called for ths Tiber-school aud- itorium to consider the question ot a rii'Ml Mr. Ross Powell has been engaged by the Taber school board lo succeed Mrs. Robertson, who lias resigned her position on the school ,staff. _ Pie. >V. H. .Murdock, Vho enlisted with the Lethbridge. Kilties, returned home the beginning ol the weeH, bring- ing with him a wife, from the Old March 15th al the iwn'hisbwlf. s called back in lib a lurry from Idaho on account of sick pending Welcome menl'or'the 'ffistimen woo are oingjio Paris to_ present Oie claims >t Ireland at Peace Conference. "H'l a long way to Tipperary, hut ness in his family. Through all this 'fiu epidemic a sp'andl'd chance to show kWdaess am generosity has. be en offered and the Coaldale people bave measured up to their traditions in this respect- Lloyd Shrumm has returned froc Ontario after an extended Tlsit HI came back single in of all re We hare now a permanent statio agent whose name eradei us for tn minute, but whom we.hope will fee at borne and be at home anonc us. Mr. Cannon movint-tnto Mr. Pe lelier's home'shortly. "Mr. Pelletle is moving to Pincher Creek. Mr. BoVovy is movint to Mr. A Brown's houae. Mr. Brown is to bull opposite, his present residence. Sudburj a povulaUon ot 000 during 1919. Strathroy's assevsment rate has livrJ at 3k milts. David Reid, tf Walter's Fills, sold three bullocks for Ontario Orangemen will hold heir neit convenllon al Cobourt. A monumem 10 Sir Wilfrid will lie at Quebec. Only 40 originals ot the Sit Field Ambulance are returnicS- Tho YoriUon Asricmlural Society has arranged tor tho holding ot a horso. sale Iherc in March 2S. Al a eala o{ "Shorthorn cattle at Fargo. 50 head, sold at au aver- age price of each. Dr. A. M. McGregor llks irtn ap- pointed- health officer tor the vil- lage ot Irtna. C. A. Montelth, known Musko- ka summer hotel proprietor, died sud- denly at Hamilton. Twelro persons on strike hare ed up a tirenty-mile long railroad, e Oknttileee Norlhern ot Otlahoma. rOTtraen are demanding early ac- ou from the Government on the bon- s question. One person was killed and five iojur- tl when a freight train struck a mo )r car at a Kingston roal crossing. St. Thomas G. W. V. A. strongly rottsts against the inadequacy and nfairness of pensions. J. W. t-CTKque, a member o! the uebec Legislature for 12 years, wil" kely retire and accept a Mrs. Naorai Cantpbell. head ot Home or Children nt Marietta, Ga., was con. iclcd of whipping a girl ana rubbing alt and pepper into -wounds. The 31st battalion has arrived ta England from their famous march up he Rhine, and will arrive in Calgary me time in the monlh of May. Ward SI years of age, a eieran ot the British array and pioneer of Rapid City dis ricl, died in Brandon an March 5. la a trial which occupied less than .5 minules. J. Donaldson, of ).C., pleaded guilty to a charge o laving a stilt in bis possession, ani was lined >500 and costs. The Nanaimo Conalrj- Y.M.C.A., th iret of kind to be organiied f British Columbia, was Inaugurates ut and G. W. Hartley, o! Cal Land. On Tuesday, Taber hospital, a son .was'lorn to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sproule. The Stork also paid a visit to tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill on "Monday, March 24th, .leaving a stal wart son, as a-reminder of bis visit. Mr.- Joe How has purchased from Mr. Annable the house occupied by Mr. Blenner-Hassett and-will move in oexi.week.- Mr. Blenner-Hassett will take 'possession ot McCallum iiouse, now .occupied by Mr. Richard King. To Oraanlze O. W. V. A. Some twenty war veterans met to- gether on Thursday night al the coun- my heart's right there." is the senli- cil chamber in order lo organs a branch of the 0. W. V.' A. Owing, Is Intruder seeking. opportunity where it can. It eren to intocc, Itult Inta'lhe Lea- sue ot Nilions to improve the shining hoar in the tlample of certain sena- tors In the United States. With the railway working al one time and the city clocks at another as il Is at thlnji are bound to gel properly.mtied up. The some action It' taken 'to harmonize things the txlter. A War Lesson for Peace-times War has taught us to save; to get the most out of things; to get things that have in them. That's a great for peace. In piano it means high- est grade materials, and finest The and RiscK Piano Throughout our twenty Branch Stores we not only sell new and used mutieal in- struments, but supply parts and repairing for old ones. Do not hesitate to call on us lor work you may desire done on yout piano. We give expert work and quick service. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL (LOCK FIFTH h LETHBHIMI difleld. the U. P. 0. memter of the Ontario Legislature. Mr. Wlddlfeld is the great-great-grand- son of Hie original owner, Charles Caftpman. The total aarinwr of tie members ol the United Stales expeditionary forces returned to the Untied P Saskatchewan Cooperative Elevator Co. elevator at Wilhnar on March 14. The body -was discover Hi by the fatliw of the deceased after a seircti lasting over efiht A certificate ot death from natural CKUKB wac fir- strength of the expeditionary forces oh March SO Tras After YieicirtB .10 matter from ail angles, tbe Medicine Hat clric memor- ial conunttiM has agreed that the memorial to dead ebould Ute the form ot'a memorial The frozen hoa> Chas. mith, of Browning. the young lad who disappeared from his home on March 7, cald aeafast the cold, was round in the dustbin of Uie Ststffl Kor firal llm. ln hittory o( I.Canada. appltcatton has hecn made to the board rellwaj: Uie lens- ing of a private from the Inlie ports on Superior to a Winnipeg grain, oftice, The applicants are the Sas- katchewan Cooperative Elevator com- pany, and lite object in securing a pri- vate leased wire to jot iraraedlate report on the out-luni ot: the grain can when they are' and weighed at tho lake terminals. The company contends that br using a wire the owners of the can can be adriatd so much sooner and bo Iti A itoiltton to tell more quickly. hovrevei', to tbs unavoidable -abfience of officers who" were io tethhriage to assist, the.business end of the meeting was a week and a social limfc spent together. _'The ftnancial'retums'to date 'from the three days' hospital carnival, field on Marih. 13.. H and lo, re- ceipt, above all expenses ot 'over' 51.200 with some worth of gootig still LONDON. March (Cacadla Associated an inrestltur at Buckingham Palace today Kin George gave out the following decor- aliens: Distinguished Service Order wi bar lo Military Cross: Col. Richard Wof- rai! Distinguished Serrice Order and Mflitsry Cross. Phillips Earn- Service Order: Ma> .-.rs Robert Harhness and CHarKa Price. Olflcers Order British Empire: Matron Bertha Willoiignhy and Col. Jaspn Ro'.ith. V. Civil Division: Major James Wal- lace. Bar to Military Cross: Lieut. Jobn to sell. Of this amount the nopular girl's contest netted ;about Coniitlci'lTig the fact tbe carnival was a new venliire, that U'Was gotten up hurriedly in tlie fare of many ob- and Iliat the weather altogether -we have no hesitation in pronouncing it an uri' Mllllsry Cross and bar: Capt. Hi'gh "Brewer anrl Capt. William MacMostir. that (he next one, if hela under nor. mal conditions, yield IreWe the TURN CANNON INTO PLOUGH COBLENZ, March nig calibre German guns refused by United States receiving commission appointed general A nen- dispersal station las been established at Revelsloke and return- ing soldiers tor points in the eastern EouUiern portions ot Britwi Co- lumbia Trill be distributed from there. Alex Mackenzie, ov< Rio Jaaiero, Bra- zil, formerly a Torufilo 3on-in-taw of the late Hon. 3. H. Blake, has teen made J Knight ot the order of the British Empire. Her. Dr. Sharey, ot Port Hope, has been invited to the pastorate of Trin- ity Methodist church, Nanaaee. Rev. C. S. Applegath, of ditpleui, befn inrited to Port Hope. afore than 800 Illinois tfes, including Chicago, through State Legislature, are "home rule" In matter of public utilities. Robert 'Merrill, a chaiiiffanf irorlier at Douglas, Ga., a shotgun from a_ guard :an5 -killeu' Waller 'Har- per, a farmer, who had killed Merrttt'i f at toer sereral years New Brunswick farmers are begin'- QfnK to break