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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 31, 1920 THtt LETIiBRTOGK DAILY HERALD PAGE-THmTCEM a permanent Increase of pensions, Jrot! rather to arrauga the pensions ou a! fluctuating basis corresponding to tb9 cost ot living; "We therefore recommend that the Increased si-ale- ot pensions htreln recommended bo revised annually on the- basis ol cost par week per family for food, fuel, light and rent lu terms pi average prices In principal cit- ies In Canada as published by the LaV or Gazette. N "lu submitting these, recommenda- tions we wish to point out that we hellevo that the principle of equallza- Pensions of Re-Establish-! Snclilde the amouu' ot Iton of pensions regardless o! rank Is Q, 5100 ba allowed for the expenses 01 a, corrl.a meilt Issue Coming btrong- iiensioner's last sickness be Increased ,0 nnv souier civilian army ly to the Fore to 5200'to meet the present scale of auch as lhe Canadian expeditionary charges for such services. Another forco Our recommendations thure- ollows the lino of action taken by foro to ratings be- house at this session, ]ow ucuy io( take away from a Me widow any portion of hei pension by reason of private Income or earnings. Kor the totally disabled man neasUra bo ICES than the pro- league advocates a pension of now stale tor tho rank and Ale, rather than lha 550 a month now al-! lowed. The minimum asked for a OTTAWA.-March Canadian! the federal the eve o! the jzovermneut j which does counnlitee meefinx to consider the' r.o'ilUjrsf n; establishment question, iiuvny Interesting coinmuuic-ations are vecolverl.'.'aH of which go to strengthen' tho hands 'of soldier mom- Jiers In mcmlng what they consider _. just recognition for those who have totally disabled married man Is 5'25i MiKorcd through Iho war; I instead of the now paid. One has attracted' Tho league urges that the much interest, comes from the Citli-' addltloncl pension for children of van' League of-Winnipeg. .V'ith Us jiiOTnbbrsn'ip 'of six 'thousand cilizeits iif 'the prairie league flat after a 'careful review of the 1D10 Pension Act, it has decided to netltlon the federal government to niuke ptho pensions more commensur- ate with the high cost of-livlug, Tho report urges thut the present jirrannenients are totally iriadcnquate uiul dr> not provide 'for the ordinary necessities of life. SiirKostiom; sent to soldier mem rank and We-do not recom-; mend a change iri.the scale of pen- sions for higher ratings eicept where Mr. Eastman Shows ness of Lots offMoistuw..' (From Our Owii Coi respondent) March means big crops, Coaldale should have bumpers this year.- For a prolonged spell of bad roads this last month tiolds tho record. We usually hate to 1 have high winds, but this last day or lu which case they same." should bo the totally dslabled men be: First child !S5 a month; "secpnd child and third subsequent children {a s In the cases of partially disabled men, Jl Is urged -that In- creases be iiiado. The minimum ask- ed for a. widow or dependent parents ia ralsedfty Ihe leagiio fr ?JO hvltS proportionate inc oni {4Sito reases for hvltS propo other dependents affected. Tho letter concludes by strains that it is not the Intention of tho rccom- hers and ac- tnendatlons to coniiiiit.'uie country, to 'as F I destroy tlie germs cause p- -sore throat, quinsy, tonsiiiiis. Keep a box handy. So much easier to use than To the 'as'.e. ALI, DRUGGISTS When you eiat let it be. the best. WAGStAFFFS Real Seville Orange Marmalade All Orange and Sugai No camtxjjlasc. Viu'a's-" Apfairist Treaty JV'ade in Spirit of Revenge I.O.S'hON, March The treaty with. Hungary was E overtly 'criticized n the liduse of lords last'liight' Liaron Newtm and .Viscount ,hy two they have been welcome for they have dried up the roads. course those defrauded manu facturcTS and bankers down east are all prolltecrlng. And the Imperial 01 Co. ought to be put out of business for charging 55c gallon for gaso- line. Nobody disputes these state- ments. The man, however, who get: J100 per ton for jiotatoee, J50.00 pe: ion for MMi. hay. and per ton for- blue joint, is either money I or only taking .-.a fair profit "Human, all too human.' The moving pictures last Wednes 'ay were well attended and resultC' In J17.75 being sent to tho Armenia: lUllef Fund. The closing lecture o! the cr.tirse was quite up (o standard. Joe K. Kuslman held n full uiuliciico fo two hours, as he dwelt uuon "Tho o ln of-the Anglo-Saxon Race, and th perelopment of Democracy." .He inaintalrind the theory of the Medl- erranepn'and-'N'ordlc types ol races, he and religious Ice on Sunday night promoted by the I ocal W. 31. S. wall attended. Tho hair was taken by Mrs. J. J. Lefllerl nd the other ladles all did their parts s assigned Ibem. A very pleasing; uet wai given by Mre. M. Wells and: A. J. law. Robert Rosa Of Chla U DOW on the high road to recovery. Mr. and J, Cassldy and family all been seriously 111 but are now >n the mend. Mr. J. Wortblnglon from Idaho Is moving on to bis farm about four miles S. W. ot Chin. We are glad to welcorr.s our portly and genial cl 11 ten Mf. F. B. Dunham nick to Coaldale with his popular wife and family. Like a true patriot he lys of Coaldale "With all thy mud 1 love thee still." Coaldale is losing a very popular id uteful faintly in the removal of Mr. and Mrs. N.'D. Wells, who are moving into the Sundial district. On Monday afternoon tho Ladles' Aid and Woman's Missionary Society Met at he parsonage to cay farewell to Mrs. Wells. A rery representative crowd was to express their regret at Mrs, Wells' departure. Mrs. Helghes on behalf of the community presented Mrs. Wells with a silver bread (ray as a token of the esteem in which phe- was held and Mrs. Wells made a suit- able reply. Dainty refreshments served and a very pleasant social) lime spent- Mrs. Wells has been ac-1 live in all good works and-was-ablyi seconded by her husband ia all her. endoavors. As president of the W. Jt j S. the organization has been given a' life and enthusteem that Is very cruu- itable. Mrs. Wells has good reasons tor being a missionary enthusiast as she was herself for some years a mis- sionary teacher In Bolivia. The hest wishes ot the community accompany Mr. and Mrs. Wells to their new home at Sundial. We nearly forgot to congratulate John Davidson and the whole Coaldale District upoa his election as president of tho Alberta Stock Breeders' Assoc- iation. This is a well deserved honor for Mr. Davidson has worked unre- mittingly In the interest of his busi- ness and Mr. Davidson .reports that tho recent bull sale at Calgary- was ono of the best he ever atterded and that th) average price was high and the uiaad brltk. Miss Pearl Furrow is now.employed at the uost.qflice In Miss Ellen Johnson. v i We welcome Coaldale Mrs. George Eamsey nee Miss M. Hunt. Wo trust that a winter in California has .made; her resoh'e in stay .at Coaldalo from .now- ou. Wo can afford to ex- port many things ti> the not our Canadian girls. HAILEYBURY CANDIDATES HAII.KYBITIY, Mvch (By Caiutdiun Bertrsin who had been expected to run as an imtepundem in the.Tomls- kamitig byc-elcctlon for the Dominion, did not seek numiciulon today Ihe entries for the contest were filed. The following candidate's were cflic- tilly named to contest the electloii, which will place next .Wednes- day: E. F. Pullel. Independent Con- servative; Angus Macdunald, Indepen- dent labor and United Farmers; A, Slaght. Liberal. Tho former asked whether-Hungary's request' for a revision of inc. pro- visions had been OQtinitely'fe.ased and why millions of th'e population sever- ed from Hungary to decide their fato liy pjeblscite. Lord JJryco said: :V; j "We" already have, solcinn'warning of tlio citecl in -a spirit of revenge." v'.v; ,1 Tho of _Crawford. .chancellor of tlie Duchy TcpTylns for tho government, said-that It was impossible to make a-stalemonl hplirl from the allies, hat' lie denied: th'ai the peace conference .had> refused, to liear the -Hungarian -iri SIX THOUSAND MEN' FOR WORK IN CANADA'S WEST ____________ WINNIPEG, March men for'farm work and blhiei- .branches will be reciuireJ within-'the next few weeks by the employment service of Canada, J. A. (he provincial clay. Wages offered to are 575 a month for Married couples for farrilV'Eet'about a month, the "Nearly have left the'Iiiin- ber. Northern ManHpba and 'wrill he Tivallnblo for" farinj and olhev work- soon. the latter praellcaltan'd materialistic. The types In Brit- ain he maintained accounted for the for social and pol- itical .Where other race's had gone had developed' further.' Ho went on.to.'ifrltlclze the propos- yd remedies, tor the acknowledged de- fects of Anglo-Saxon Society, The first'dealt wlth'waa the Soviet. This of the lecture7; was especially gooil, because instead of abusing the' Soviet ho IKat system of goyerument as at present In force In "Ho told'-np "Russian Soviet Atrocities" but dealt' with the funda- political "principles. then to assail state ownership as a' .proposed social rem- edjv.aud made a'very clover criticism of that form of iridnslrial organlzaliou. Ha to point out that responsibility un- onUh'o prlvate-citireh, and no demo- cracy fiver he .better collective- ly thau the average citizen was indlv idiiatly. -7 He.ended by extolling the League o't. Nations and advocating "Industrial as advocated in the British "AVhltlcy.JJeport." as the safe wEiy for to develop. the weatlier.has been very bad for the whole course, the men who guaranteed the course will only hare SO cents each to make and I they' all feel that the course was worth it., 'Despite the wind the lanlcni ser- i- 3-220 es For Yoong Men. Made in the Inimitable Way of Enough said When you go out to buy your spring suit or overcoat, be sure the maker's name is on it. It's a true guarantee of intrinsic value and reliability. You don't pay any in these times of doubtful quality of makeand material it's well to know what you are getting. Fashion-Graft Clothes are all labelled. i VpMIE battle of business has succeeded .the J_ battle of armies. 'FRY'S COCO A'is-the greatest of all strength makers f oivhien who must work asMt'was for our soldiers and sailors who had to fight hard. FRY'S exclusive process makes ;this Cocoa extremely soluble] delicious in flavor and very" easy to digest. "Nottniog.wMl do but FRY'S" BUNS 1 Sold by 300 wide awake Locallv LOUIS KEEL LETHBRIDQE -U.' These only come once a >oir, 50 it's that JOH should have tho Yoh'fl enJ6y Klrkby'B Jlot X Buns. It them you've misled a >lrealf _ ,Th'ey are made from Klrkby's own Keclpc, tlie 0110 for which he won a gold netlnl. The Cnrrarjts, Eire'the obtainable. absolutely Ircsh.-indt cold storage; Kirkby's Hot X Huns with (lie mark; of a woss. They something vtry.special.' Of'course, like all good Ililnss than imitations. -The price. 40c per Jozcn, These delicious nuns qu may not bo You'll Enjoy Them S. C. SHORT MANAGER ;