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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TKNT 1'tnS UiTHBlflDOE DAItt1 IHSPAUX MARCH 31, CALGAKV, March the prospects were particularly ihis rear tcr develc.piueat throughout the west :he opinion esyresEOd C. K McPhersou- As- MJtant Passenger Mamfer ot 1hu C.l'.R-. Winnipeg, iu aiiwUtng o! tao Alberia-BritUti Columbia Indus- trial Congress, irhich Is being UeM O.P.U. psi-sy, expressed himself alODg same iiaet. Ho utteuUon to tlio large number of Important herings whk'h were taking Cfiuuda this tear auJ uuoU'd tbo example. of tbe Alabama ami flrarglu Asiucistlor., whlrfi body lioMlas IU annual meeting this year iu Qwbcv. Mr. MiTiierwn apofce ostiuitstlctlly of tin fornii'.loji af lb-.< Western rsn- Rdft Association, lite UEiciri oreaaiiatlon o: whlth lipf carviei qcv under tbo win.! of tho Alberts ItdueL-W Dcvclopaseji As- soclat'oi. Hs tfcn ho gild see so mtu-h was bslnj cm Importance of taking fare ot the settlers they reached this COUO'-T. This, hi hl3 mind, was a feature auJ he- thousht that much couM be accyinpllatcil alosg tnese HUM. He dwelt on the great importance this year from June 2nd to 1Mb. !McPh ersoa -ran one or a large parly j lvi oi Canaiiian Pacific olficluls Kho pass-1 affairs e'l through ihis diy recs-itiy thi-ir j to iho complPtiuR their trip over tbe company's llccs. lio said tbat ibe. outlook very Rotri ihla year and he i-xpevMed 10 feo a of dc-veluyn'.eni tho wsstern provinces. H? (ho opinion that the ('-ungtaji ITKS fce now settlers feel Ut.l rcr.l interest In Ms, to ajTSse. help Liiiv. in Proposal "Pnl Forward By Cat- gjiry Editor ;is Help lo Higher Education i to Tbe EDMONTON, March 30. After an bour aad a I'.ilt, debmbs i a 'uo'.lou olfered by W. M..Dsivldsoiu Xonh Calgary, liat Hie HIT PROFITEERING LANDLORDS mTSWHU. Vs.. Xari-h iAlieBhC'iiy rtmr.ty Renters' Uelil ;it very opportune time- .'reprvscntiiig teu tkou'snd vsrno iu brlusius in a largo lioilj- of facing eviction fruiii hoDiej on May 1 because the? cannot pay in sed n'lilule. here lufct rescntr.tivo men would pave tlio way to still further develosjineiu of the Batural resources of cjaatry. CJec-rgo aaothpr member of Jhe m .tnd made plans for a campaign profiteering "SALADA" Tea is PureTea, Fragrant and oi Delicious Flavor, stimulating and refreshing. "Watch for the Name" on every genuine sealed packet. exieiitl its policy of j Coital purposes, arul liurmliico Icgis- n-i-.jon for aloiis the ui l.'.vjsiocV EnoouraBerocnt Act. Mr. llnaUjr !iis mo- tion, ta.tlas that be, was, Tie sn.l tSst ultSraately'Ws TTCai.1 to'.JniiiJtfa. U-SKIW. jsites We'.r Nfintoo. H. H. ASQUtTH, wiio ths.-'Iiea.. denoiHiwl the prooi a picture jti--t in To- growth in western Cun- routo, tho latest pbotcgrrvph of. the ;iitd paid that it w.irieottluKto bofo forn-'cr lirilisli Premier, which that a ninn .could not iroffl i on March Int. the uay he took a'e'ow. nr aii education for Ilis I SJSt in 1'arlliiiuout as-momber lor j buy u-lthunt usWui tto goveriineal to prurldo H. He thought that tha echcuin j _ war, just a feel, "like single tax, day- light saving, nua that iiitftl I been forC-ei! on to iho west by vision- j artes and found ty be failures. i Hon. I'. Smith, minister'of edu- cation.'said that so !ar trom Mr. DaT- liiisou's contention that the proposal [wonid proTlda more trained teachers las well men trained In other ac-j it the opposite effect. ;He Trom" the i basb ftat many students planning t their !U'J woric in other vocations now put IL 11 year or at teaching, TvoulO DS lost to '.Ms profession if thcy cuutil the mouey from the gov- j eminent to keep at their planned p'ro- 'lesEiona! stmlier.. Such a would Suggestion of Acadia Memfwr in Eslimatcs Passed. 27 Years in Public Service. bo theirs as well as tho fession's boeause he paid these young ambitious, people brought aa inspira- tion io teaching which.coulil bat valued, and derived greiv; benefit themselves. Taken in That New Act Will Restrict Their Religion EDMONTON, CMrolirac- tlc and CbristUa Science occupied the ntlentton of legislature for 3 short time night when J. G. Tur- scon (govwnttMt) sttsclicil tbf aujeedtaenls to fetsion Act which was irongUt np for second reading by Hon. A. G. XrteKay, Mr. Tiirgeon. objected to the cliusej which provides (hit before eny of the-1 arlous non-dniR cult j csa. take the for prac- tice, in luelr particular they mast] first pass an examlnitlon for dlatt-! nosfu under the direction of Sen-j ale. of the Unlrerilty. Mr. Tr.rgeon Hut concluding section of the prevent Christian Scientists from'prac- ticing their religion. Sir. XIacKay de- clared that the bill would prevent no one from praying, that he had consulted those acquainted with Christian Science anil that-he did. not believe that It would Interfere In the least with their beliefs. Mrs. L. 0. tMcKlnnejr {non-partisan) Claresboim, was inclined to think that it might, and deprecated any such Idea. Tho bill was passed on for discus- sion In o! the whole. Carefully Examine a Pair of Acme Note how beautifully they are how exquisitely finished even to the smallest detail Then hy them on! Their comfy fit and elegant appear- ance will charm you. And the wear they will give still another quality.. AC M E AQ giidJiforts WRIGLEY5J ISuucialto Tlie Herald) March the; .government should inelufle sheep-as; well as eattla under the. terms of tlio Eucouragemsnt Aetna's the J.'A. McCoM ment) Acadla, in discussing an Itomj at 1'anama on Way to Aus-j for the administration trilii on Hmrrl fhe that act in the KgrlcuHut.1 estimates' on Uoara ttle which were passed Tiiesday afternoon by the house. The total amount under the head ot agriculture and statistics voted hy the house was ot w'Mcli 8540.- 310 is chargeable to capital, to income account. Mr. McColl's proposal ,to Ir.cludd sheep within tire terms ot tho livo- stock encoiiragemoiii act was also emnhashed durins a discussion o[ an- other item for for tho destruc- tion of noxious weeds in organized municipalities. Mr. McColl said that Fheeit tverc kept In wlierc this weed wna jirevaleit. they vroulil soon crop- thorn down pe imttln imt the gronnil In good shape wnero it kept in sumriie'rfaUoTV. He IhougLt, however, that a statute law amendment- -brought !n vvliU-fcunliJie.tha tejrms.ioS the Uvc- wpnid .per- mit ofAhe 5100 to io iuilividnal faiTners. histea'l of to gronpes of five men as required un- der the livestock encouragement act. No Lidans tc Individuals Andrew Oilmonr (opposition) La- while agreeing that the sheep should Be.iDclutlefl'wUliln the terms of I fbe acc.'dld -not think advances shonld i'.'.ibe made to individuals. He wanted ''1 10 know what tho government i would have for Its money, saying that 4., Muo reason the for cattle required 'to. 'fie, obtained iiy groups of men was 6u account of the 'I security givfMi the government through 1 tho joinfand sevoralinoles signed by jtho Mr. McQoll asserled that i this was not ths reaspn-for tho group system, that it was ifecause the aid to I 'obtain cattle for home sieaders nud because' thajr could not put up their land for sccr.rity, tha de I vice oi having of five sign the itiotcs'was originated. In the case- oi i advances for sheop wlilch yotild be In i districts already well settled where I the people owned their land, ho j thought, tlio land Itself would bo suf i ficient I EXCHANGE RATES XBW YORK. Jfarch Demand sforlinp opened at this niorn ing. 3. gain of of a cent. Canadian uollars wcro at cents. Lire chen'tes made a new low record, be ing (iuotci? at Ihe rata .20.72 to th dollar, a decline 10 centimes from yesterday's close. Kranc, cheques were Qiioled at 15.05 to tbo dollar, decline of 15 centimes. Marks sold at 1.40 cenU each. March Prominent nembers ot the Urlthh x-olouy here rill present an address to tho 1-rinci i of Wales Ileuoi-rii, and tlio'j of tho day will lit; spent in sisht-'. In the evening tha! "jpvenirnent will glvo u sU'e bsuquet j n honor the royal visitor AVhicli-! h'o by a tsud j :ormnl ba'l. 'Tho Renown will.s-ail TUursJay-for San alter taknis on boari thres thousand barrels ot oil at Dalboa., Prom San Diego, where the United j States department will send a rcpre-j yentntive to again welcome the 1 ot.'Wales to. tho country, tlio Renoshi Will proceed to Honolulu, whero she j will 1C, ar.J thence to.Hiei Islands, -New Zealand anil Austra- i Tho members bf the siiite ot the j Prince of are Itear-Admiral Hal-i chief or .Ftaff; Uciit-Col. K. i secret ary; Sir Go J frey' Th cm L personal Capt. Budlej-t cquerrj-, and Cnpt. ifamllton, and Copt Hon. Piers'7ieigh, aWes. :The rear-admiral's staff is compoo- i ed at A. Janiitn, j liaymaster, and Sub-Lieutenant-.Lord Lduis Mount Batten, fiag lieuUnanU BUILT A HOUSE IN SEVEN HOURS a Louse- in sercn hours r32 a feat once accomplished by it Syracuse contractor, tlie structuro being steel. At eight o'clock-tlie "buildinga operations commenced; and nt- four o'clock tho same Afternoon, structure was completed. Cnpid'-s Ally- C.UPID is a most wily "sichcriierarid wlicri tic mont :tnd in a victory he takes along a box of IIONBYMOON- CHOCOLATES Immediate capitulation is always thii result. The Walter W.Shaw Co. limited YVhotiuie CyadyMikerV M QOSi: XWIOX Alta. '4' JOHN H. DUNLOP 01 Toronto, and tile new rose, which beat all competitors at the Show In New .-Vork. New Style Notes in Men's Haberdashery You'll get that Spring "dolling up" fr.v'cr as soon as you enter this store. In fact; you'll contract the germ as soon as you tee our magnificent window displays ot the new styles in men's shirts, neckwear, hosiery, gloves and other fashions and fancies of the season. Our stocks were never quite so fine in quality or variety- The new colors'and pal-! tern effects never before so rich and Spring-like and :-'V v FRED THAELL 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;