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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOBFOUB J'HE LKTHHR1DGR PAH.Y IffRAI.n THUUSDAY. MAY t, 1'JHl She I Ictbbtibflc BIKrta DAILY AND WCIKLY cnce lisell The sequel hit shown lhal Ibeir oonfiJenoa well bjsej. FERNIE PEOPLE The proivsiuon put iorlb that Domiaiju rsvresfinaiives jhi-uM form a from cMfjmes (or IJnjlJttJ would ___ .drum, fich RfttinK l're.for- !'ucf ils HTHMIDSE HEBALC PRINT-. Ai re- I HO COMPASY, LIMITED as iaadequ.ue; and liailly 1 m AMr n.u.. TELEPHONES I Offici MiEiiml Dlrtclor, Mim-icr of I'anidi thai iht I Torruue BJsiaeii Brii.ih IV-Jiinious urns'. ibe represented Jiroclly ia lhc I'Mi't the aj that uron wiiu-'j the repressnutiv ol sei-CTiiUrv nosers ?uth as llelejirn was liitJ. consiilu'.ional nud upon I who will IU-VIT the aiojtej by ihe Inlper-' chunh of Form ial ol 1917. which Je- p'' 'JJl1 I'him-li, More 2110 Present which ho w.i5 a member uu active V. S. Consul N. P. HranJ.HiiJ Harry Miaril ot I'oal rcsiwiulcJ lo ihe lo Allies. was rol. lier 21th VMS going ullli u loail oft supplies to the array in tVance. After his brief Iml interesting talk Mr. Siv- and his sister. Mrs. Arthur Hen- son, husband Is still anncaraiu-o betor.' a Ferule iu goul form a duct. i kni'fl aud ha o'Jrie t of pipers after eirirttlon dsti li actual war uchieveinenls of the .uthorllr lo coallnu. _......_............ icrlpllon. it was polnuJ om. n-oulJ nsv after their contribulions and _. mwi are lieln ,0 Em. d [he the c'.iurcli an.1 HLIVCTV ...lf o healthy immisrauon imporisni io e counlry such as curs, This been wisely sensed by Iho cllenliun now Ueini piW in the House it _QiUwa. lion. J. 1 Ihe church, the rcfreshraenli Icins ibe hiuJi of llie kulies of Mr. P. I.undie. was ilown lor bul had fled the field the in a The liJl w.ii in thp Hov. C. K. TlaizolJ regpontlrd to the toast io the chun-h. pror-oscd by Koss "aVtor B.'-O d who was there in the toast lo the enure., cavity oi returned soldier McKMinon iu a mosl j cdiuchy o: reiurneil und a? ju5ior of Ilif church, i Atifr Llic1 10 ihe kinc honored in the usual latorin, wll iwn on _____ that Ihe pastor was nervousness as he fcol ...eJ, hut h-: was L-riual lo the occasion and closed the program in u most filling manner. la tontracior and bulldtr. Is Jead. Iro caused dnniifca to sjule al Uiugbaiupion, N. J. II. llarnes. IT. S, Jtreclor, SOPS 110 hope ot reiuin of live- cent bread loaf. Wholesale prices ot all coinmodU- [03 have In the I'-. S. wlihln] the last five More than a score ot dally news- papers in the U. S. are and nc- lively managed by womea. A corporation io dispose ol light animals to European dealers In horse meat lias boeu formed by South Da- kota horse dealers. Eihcm Swim, ol Klinl. Mlcli., peaking a divorce from Elmer Swim, j lor It seems they weren't, good at 11 lor LL sccnis toey were: Tins ihne It is not mf wnza, bul 11 ln 30a. I hi1 fajfe of append iritis c-vor i __ nlleuilod by The local doctors The Government yciuiis diugbior. Corn, oC Mr. anil Mrs. Nielsen, Mr. Fred 1'uzcy, p: Monday inornnig. estimates on ihe ranch ot I early on Th.c appendix had bursi. au abscess formed and lhal m turn had also emptied ils contenis inlo iho nbdoniinil e airily liofore the liitle girl arrived at the hospital. Thtre was small rihance ol saving the cliild from the (irsl. hut she ral-' lirrt from tlie operation and c3 to be making progress, unlil Sun- day, when another pus nnckel hail r: ,r, I lo be opt-ncd, and tlie poison had done Ld WQfk_ The rather is a brother of Mr. 'An- RIO 750 miles ol oil jilpc In iho Coast region, representing au in- vestment ot f fiolJ. i City, Mo., marehals veiled i-l.GOO dressnl ctiii-kens, valued ul fliJ.Ol'O, In cold slorDga, on complaints they ivere uatil for consumptioa. For tho puriiose ot discussing a pro- posal lliQl Uie conslilullon ihe War Veterans1 association be amended in order that II may lako part In politics, there will be a spe- cial meellng hfld soon in Vancouver. FREE to All 624-Page Book Illustrating wllh over 200 Ihe story Q[ the world's Iteai inuelc. Whether you own or not. a Ylcirola Get Your Copy of Big Book FREE If out towii aenJ us jour name and address anil we'll man you ft copy. Victor ma- chines frum f34 nil time [is-ynicnli IT Jeslred, Balmori] Block "The Home ol Iht ;.tltaied the advocated ".her shore o( the pwv'e of Canada: EI snecme re-ibv siua Mcll ftt thp piano the hieUer ideals n; thp a us uiti iiicuua JL rill sincerely'sympalhire with the be- QTP uode-j tioned ihe propoaed arrangempnt. Bu The toast cave to ibe speaker a flne op e lt a subsequonl meeting Ihe ol who are Eira'ble citizens. >Ve have beeo able 10 f UL Ihose wlio toEsller Canada the British Dominions to direct aoi iheir 01 origip second seotatlon was constituted. fr'KD loose -ao P'J' rirat ind the country ol tlicir adoption Thc There tcsn much oppor iimlty for arriTiDF at tbe accuracy of th- process. Ibe [inillns bis made BpU of In the nalioaal arcounL should serve as a tulde and reEtrd Lo our future poli- cies- Ihe British Empire would bare num- bered entirely inadequate reprteeoULIon for the sii with capittl Io en- wMcb fo to makR up the British lo eslBblish InemEelves Commonwealth. Tut preliminary H-Thc aUleioent msde by ilr. Gilder thil HiV policy o: ItnTnigrMion should encourage the Immisrailon of portunity to speat of ihe of official lite in Canada, and to trace her history (rom Champlaln to Bordcn, unfoldlns beforu his audience a iian- of the light which Tlew Dt lh6 ot a new nation.' >ir. A. I. "responded to the toast to lhc province in a manner which could not be called provincial made to secure direct represenla- .._.! in Ihe Peace Conference for Dgmiaioas is thus enphiiized. The Brilish Dominions secured Ihis io a narrtw sense of Ui2l term. He repTfsenUtion because tbev VM T [short address bubbled TAith humor JLS ed It. H they tad not made this dealt wilh lhc greaL subject of Ihe mand the Peace delegation 'ot naiural resources ol so great an area. Mayor Uphill, in his lo the toasl lo the City of Fernie, vras al h'oaie svith his subje'cl eridenilr proud it, the city. Is meant. ITne Lo'ast io ilie Army and' Navy brought responses from Mr, Ilclmsing the eye on that man Hugo, lie Is one ol the most able men we bavc, and he Is well ablo to hold any posi- tion In which he may aspire.' Poter Leach, an old-lime printer of Winnipeg, dropped dead, while al work in ihe Pree Press office. The resignation o' Rev. T. DeCour- cey Itayner as pastor of Flrsi, Coji- .grcEUllonal church, Klmaton, lias I: was c.ilcutated In Winnipeg thai been accepted and he will acccpl the luliy 5i.50U.000 be required lo meet all ihe ImprovcineuLs asked, to Kether wiili Ihe necessary regain which have been hold up owing to the war. is the appolnlmenl of a cllj to sco, the recommendalions of cdminlUces are "carried out by Hie heads of departments. Hon. FrRnlc II. Hugo, secretary of for N'ew York Stale, is a King- Eton, Ont.. boy. It Is recalled that the late Col. Theodore Iloosevelt, on one occasion made Ihis remark: "Keep two laniihes recently, Mr. w. Fred Nielsen and Mr. Wllford Alblston. AL Illll Spring the services Ward conferences were hejd at Tay- lorville and Rl Hill Spring by" the Slake officers of tbe Alberta Stake. Tlic first-named ward erected n very neat and well-arranged little chapel during 191S anrt hare 11 all part Cor. Tl'o ivard is in a prosperous condi- tion, although regretting ihe IOES of uuun uL.-cepieu BUU lie MIIL accupi. LIIU cull eiiended to him from Watford, Ont. Rev. Canon F. R. Smith, who has jeen rector of St: James' Episcopal Church, Hull (the oldest church In Ihe Ottawa during the rapt years, will leave the active ministry next October. Twenty-live years as clerk ol the. clly of "Woodstock anil frt.111 going strong IB the record of John -Morri- son, who celebrated the anniversary of his appointment to that office on April 10. Two days previously Mr. Morrison celebraled his seventy-fourth birthday. Demonstration Appears Success of Cora Neilson Activities- (From Otir pirn Ccrresnonflanl) CARL-STON, April road zraders. one following vite in iuelf but not all sufficient. The] racgements beiwten ras me orgnniz-1 rcmcirke uiwn the Compmy. started work -------Conference service rendered the Empire by. !On tuc street Itading lo the .or'iromigrilloa. by what may be re-lvMed (or only fire Drltiah represen- private EAJIar boys under nil] called 1st Ave. N., byway of demon- th0 nnv-i anfl it was nnt until tha reo- clrciimslances. bis words regarding Ihr Islratin; what caa be done with these loyally of Ihe sailori in standing by jmschines. 'ao- The .UnJtcJ Grain Growers' Com- mdjpajiy have an expert managing Ihe neld in tho nc-w church building, al- though IL is noL yol completed. This will be "fine structure, with nsse- merit; he.illng and lighting plant, when completed, and IE costing around twelve thousand dollars. Presidents Wood avid Uuce, with party, report a very cnJoyaWo ward conference there mjilBsl Sunday. (he I Mrs. Cope, who IVOB operated upon fajnlllos. The occasion was Hie anil clpiled departure ol these worthy Charged with serious oMense against a girl of fifteen, with whom. lieu uepnriure 01 inesc wuriny imvtu, nnuiLi, to Idaho, where Lhey now have two 'i 's alleged, his relations have been Illegal since she was cloven years' sons residing. i'The Instigators of this gathering were IMahop Duco and Mrs, 51. A: Coombs, jiresicknl of the Second Word Relief Society. Expressions or good-will, regret and commend all on were voiced by all pres- ent, but those who addressed the gath- lta !K OM, as'il blfECted this "clasi ol the Feace COTlerence nr.-vl, Ion Saturday..the ISlh inst, hca becnUrch II. Hennian, President Thos. morning making good progress ur.iil the last! nuce, I'rc-siilcnl Kdivard J. Wood, llar- 'day or tivo, when her conditions has [tin M.P.P.: Mr. and -Mrs. II. demon' been a cause of giavc AM M. Browii. Mrs. Sar.-ih n. Daines Cirtted'u corolUry. that-tie Gov-1 lalires: and it not uulll the rep- eniment beiiered Ihe time bad .come j rerentatlves o[ (he British vruiuvui nrtdpr Ihp c'ircuni-lac for U.. the entry or nmb, j tut lh. members or the British gor- anu, pajiy nm an tlflssea of people into the weAt ihsuliJ i ernraent in conrcrence In in iQ recCjmpEnsc to their dependent, I machines, and "llie work is being done, I lhal it became ipparent brought oul mast deiierred applaupe jon one D( thc moal difficult streets lo indictment, and, in I Ih.t on thi, tasi, o[ representation Iroin his hearers. sta_rl_ oU a t'de clTCuinaUntes, a Lrue and adequate recognl sble one. which the ilinisler midal lo the Dominioci been a cause of grave anxlaly. .ma. -will trust that Ucr recovery will be {Mrs. Jabcz Williams. more rapid and no further compllca- tions develop rnnid orator, Mr. proved to bcL-jn be given these graders riglit. hero COUIU gneni ____ ____ 1- .____ tJ Ihn n.-nrb reply lo his own oueslton, he said tbat Canada had done nothing for [he emigrant! ibe had invited. He did not loo iirnnily emphasize this aiate- be idded: "Our policy In 1 that raapect been'simply trajic. done nolhlni La finiUiarlav Lhea vitli our laws. We have bad no to Cacadlamie them." In" th'ia i on couia given. cu a Ihorough master o( bis subject-whicli U was obvious thai Ia npar fQ his hcarl Hc win be prcs. Great Brilaln would require, at least, ent tonight at Ihe lormal opening of three or possibly four delegates, lear-iine Napanee hotel as headquarters or one or at most two places for Ihej the C. V. A and this alternoon he there [s hope-for the future, In Ine 'Minister's words, that Lhe pol- icy Bust be tbi; IT people were iorlted (hey ihould be given erery possible Ld enable ihom 10 became jood Canadian citlzen.i. To confess Lo tliortcomlBKS make3 the future arold nce_6ll them easier. But In Lhe pro- ctE3 or Cantditnlzlog us make It our business Lo make the noi Loo difficult by eliminating wbo wouJd be neither tmenable lo absorb, nor ullllng to Imbibe our traditions and our Big Farewell Party Last evening between fifty n-35jionsc9 -vcrc very by Mr.''mill Mrs. Anderson, who have bceu here iWrty-two years. Delicious rolreslunents were eerved in town. At Lhls wrillng Ihe work done scerns Lo he quite saliarartorj', but we all lo withhold JurtgnieoL until tne finished product has been seen and toe aulos can be driven over It. Tne claim is that the largo engine me ouisianumB ui tue llioroushly pack? and rolls life cenlre Aus'.rilla. XCH 7.eala_nd, riouili Al- to ibe school cliildreQ In of the road so thai 11 IB iramerilalelj rlca ahd India. lhe 'n shape for all kinds of Irniric. Tills Maiu'r replied lo thai part ol I, far from Lbe case when team work or by Lhe Dominion, the British ?inced Lbat the are all sixty friends and chiefly j by the ladlee ol Hie Ilellei Society, old-timers, went out lo Ihe home or who know by lone exsierlence how lo Mr. ami Mrs. Joliannea Anderson, one make overy person present enjoy the of our oldcet and best known pioneer (occasion and the edibles. old, Michael Nicholson was arrested on Friday at North Sydney, X. S., and l3''bc1np hclfl (or trial. Thc accused IE: forty ind thc'glil (3 his ward, AL a civic dinner given in Toronto Friday lo Colonel Bart. Holers. anil Hrlg.-General the Mar- quis of Qucensbury i -fltie a plea for 1.he Ltouhhobora he deicrlhecl ;i poisccuted race. "It Is not In iL-, credit of the Veleraus' Msocialion in the west that Lhey are trying to lake Ihe Doukhobors In nets from them. You know Lheie poor fieople came htre searching for Christ. In doing so Ihey paid Canada a great compliment." He thought I Key were misunderstood. "If" we .were all re- fect we would be nnfling around naked." he remarked. L oriei. i ne -iiiiju., woa u. g.uuu rrpreieotalion In the conference num- Dut diffidence always prevent bers .fourteen Instead ot (Ive as o.-ig-' him making A record A3 a speaker, to iomliy alloltetl. The fourteen zrs madol approach the record he made in Wo! live from.the Empire at large; two each (rom Canada, Australia, I jnl Or He a men 5 South AlrTci and fndla; and from 0iRCr inal the relumed soldier Zealand. The rive Britiah repre- wan a man who had come home wllh MnUllrea aL larie are drawn Irom a a vlew thc world wh'ch mzin could alta n. and that he view- panel upon which the Dominions are reprafteoted. -has been TMI sit- llng o( the plenary conference, al which some overseas Dominion has not been given additional represents- Hop upon lhe Empire delegation. Upon CANADA At A NATION. mzin could attain, and that the view (Jius oblninoil had transformed him In- to a man with a doalre to mafce the world a heller place in which to live. He wa? applau-.led, Lieulenanl. Chas. Claridge ppoke on behalf o( ihe nini yet in thc war zone, i and waa pronouncetl In dcinanflsj Iwo of the three occasions when lhc! that undesirable aliens should not be conference met In February, Canada ..____ (was represented delegates; 1ft it of Canada as a nation Has r third one silling as a represenla- been recognized by lier Inclusion as a I'htrttr member of The league ol Xa- Ire of lhe British Empire at The aflrne ptocedure will lie Follow- ed In Lhe League of Xalions. The six 3rltl3h Nations will each he entitled o send Lo lhe aascn Ish cornmonweallh all told, liave six votes In the assembly. The 0. B. I.', appears lo hp In full awing In Germany. II la In One Hlg tions. Thf fileps which to the recogni- tion it Lhe Peace Tahle are described by Mr. Trtfoe in an arllclo publlibed in lhe Manitoba Free Press, The are worth rending and are j follows: The wording or arllcie VII. In thn flrit draft of ihe covenant left a doubt in some minds as to the Intended aUl- 4< British dominions In Uie league Nalfonv, There were crJLIcs who Utl under this Do- Blakma would find tbemeelvei eiclud troa Ihs !fal of orlflnal roeajb-in be Lo teek admUlance a; Rrw numbtrs, wlifch would requlrr a vole of two H the memberAlilp of the as U may said that there neve any .doubt amonf thc Canadian, ffl Paris as lo Canada Hat- [ory to lhejr UH In cf Naiiona. They held iJOr opens. 3o far ttut thk hod been "5 el tied once allowed to remain In Canada, Sergeant Bryat also sjjoke tc the toast am] emphaslzr-d the remarks or Lieutenant Clnridgt; rc-ganllnij anh- Joct oT and ?ti1d there had been something wrong with (lie wlieel Inshlc ot wliir-h the hoya in the trcncnca liafl to fight al one dollar and ten Tight. Wedding President Wood's office Tvas Ihp scene of another wedding on Salur day last. This lime thc contracting 'nnrtics come Orion, near Mac icallly. The groom. Is UiG'lhlrd son of-Mr James McMiirny, of Lhe aforesaid vi lagc, Mr. WoHoni McMurray, fvnd liic hrlrlc is MIRS Cassia FiLzEfir.iltl, wh has tanghl Hie school at Orion fo some limn jiaat anil la a very cslimabl "GUNS lady. ConRratulationa will be lr.ndercd by all the citizen? nf Orton P.a ooll as a number of rrlemls In Car'Islon. Large Meeting on Saturday Thc regular Slake priesthood mcel- cxccoiled Lhe sanguine i out nf danger had hecn blj of Lhe league. Each nalion can or HTU clollara per aend Lhreo delegales if il lo. per ilay, while others, far In Ihn rear rncTivlng foil _ These Ihinp- the acrgtant anld, mujt h-? i, a on til bul II can cait only one vole. The DrU-i Wlson, aon nt II. Wilson on heha I of the Corps Ish rnmmnnwpBllh sll inM iL-iii when aome six. hnnclred mcrribers, inftllirllng hundrcda of farm- ers, came to gnthtrlng. As it M scofllng time, aiich a large Lurn-out was rather unexpected. A very Interesting meting wns held, bf- ing by Mr, Hiram Urond- hont, rctnrnod (rom ovorprat tbe Fighting Tftnlh, nm! Mr. Kd- dSo cf ilio rcfiular Urillab army service, who InTL Cards- ton on August anil on Sicpletn- We -wonder what will be the latest novel excuse for In Rus- sia in tilts part nf the world. Tlierc Is ttlll room for Imagination. U, 3, TROOP3 ARCHAXOKL, Sunday, April PrcEBj Tho Hlft'en troops are RreHuallj llnCB- tot ill (tic Dominloni mtdf. fight fnr reiircsnnlalfon m Mllonfll entitles in llic T'cace Confer- t beliif replaced by iiew Itiipslan (roopg. who aif bfing feliorjlr.d nl Die front by llrllli-li Statrs officers a IK) nfli You are Playing the Game- Sn are We Your game runy IJapkeiball WEAR f f r any Ijf; Tcmiip. Golf, imt our provIdlTi you may wish to follow. suitable FOOT- f.r] in ii-< know ynur reiinlrftmcnla and wn will, supply ivTial yon FooLwtar for itnnltui ami In your (fsmc. W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDINO Here Are The Right Styles For Spring When the Fit-Reform 1-tbel goes in a Suil or Overcoat, Ihe stylo as Wcfl as the tailoring u right. Whether you want the very thins in Sack Suits, with outfide pockets and pleats and a form-fitting whether you prefer thing more conservative the Fit- Reform Itbel ihotrt Hie way to get M. For Ubd fUixb for correctawM M well M lor when yoa find it in new Suit oc Ovtrceat, you may be urn that the ftpfe riflit. m rfww you ifl the new novel OrerciMtt. McKELVIIl ftc McGUlRK J.liTIIMKIDflK ;