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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Local News, Where To FincTIt PAGE NINE Herald's Page of Live Local News LGTUBmOtfE. ALBERTA .-VOTE AN APPRECIATION MONDAY Civic Employees Refuse to Ac cept Council's Proposal J-'or 7 I'er Cent. Increase At a' meeting of the civic em- ployeei, held Iwt night, Ihe pro- noials of the eounclj were fully dlscucsod, together with the (our- tcerf points of Hie why the employees should not >tk for an increate at the. preMn, time. The proposal! of the city were turned down, and a publicity committee appointed to wait on the preH this nUcrnoon, anil lo submit in detail tl-fl pros and cons ci the situation the same to ap- pear In full-In Ihe Monday issue of the Herald. The wlii'al the Cameron much of Ihe NoMeford Foundation, nu of acres. Is all sliovrlni: tip- In Mr Oliver's farm, near mankay. -the youM train Is an aud a hnlt above the ground. Anothet Local Man Mentioned Possible Judge JThe l.ethbridgo Herald: i Geu tie men 1 renewed subscription to Ihe Herald I si ed that you us a weekly [report that we mvr hundKJ vhilins perform- I iTc wcekc v "Player's Navy Cut" Curettes Tin foil (Special to The Herald) EDMONTON, May namei are being mentior.id as poMlble choices for the new Supreme Court be >r- pointed to complete the lltt for the Appelate Court. Theie are of Edmonton, W. S. Ball of Lethbrldge and W, A. Beng of Medicine Hat. Two judget are to be appo'nt- ed, making ifl all 11 Supreme Court judges the province. Theie will be divided, six tor the trial division and five for the ap- pelale division. The rppoint- ments will probably be rriad: timr time-'within the neiit month. in Canada, Sworn To By Pres. I.ongworth the province Slate of the I.nrted blate. the. counry. ray request has been complied with 'Your report ou Wednesday, of Amcilca. and settled theraseltes In toloniea.ln dlffer'ent parts of lie province and particularly in the I April 23. was jusl fine. 'Hoping we may tonllnTio to gel such reports, ami thanking yon, I remain, Yours truly. U.K. GOODEXAUGH. cicriifls 0.1 c luwi'; UI.1--1......-- ever lo sfttlf the issue of tho.ic who of fXMllbrldge. We" 'in'fbfs Miimectioi, These respective colonies, consist- auioi! lieiuK tatan under .Order-in- ing iu each of some hundreds of Council' I'.C. and following people, of whoso exact affidavit sworn bv Thomas Ixmg- at tho present "nan-ire. ,tre uu worth I'rc'ideut of the local brancji of [der'thc direct con ....J liv-.Tnlin It. nf different nlCD FIREMEN' DECORATE THEIR NEW TRUCK ladde truck I Albfna .Musical 1-VsUval takes l-j'ci- ip Wc.ilc-y (liurili aurtitoriuni on lay 1'S ana Tills Bliaranlcea lial Hie festival will bn one of Uie argesi if not liie largest, ever lielrl. or, coiiutiiif: tilt local competitors, here will he MO at least taklne; part. the vlellitis fonipetitors will All Saints' choir, of Ka- rnontoir, Hie Knox i'resbylerian ar.6 the Wesley Jlelhoillsl. of I'algary. anil as all ol tliese arc In large choir comiielition. there will be at least W voices iu c-acti. This makes loO Co tliis one- event alone. Quite a lot of inti-resl is being iiiDn festccl by the smaller centres in souiu- Alberta. Tauer alone It senilius long a sehoal ciiorus. anil '.rtll eutriri iu seven other evenls. Car- niacgav is sendine down uvo barilotie soloisls. while there will he seTtral eutriea from ilio towns south of I.eUi- "The adjudicators tliis year will he .Mr Hhys of Winnipeg, anu Mr T Tertius Xoule. of New York. This will make >Mr. Thomas' seycuUi consecutive year as an of me Alliena festival. to be proud of. in that it is the UJ tml mamn.pTnt'r.t I railSC tO be prOUQ VI. in muv sneeve c and in so far as nternmen a u' is for them to do, isolate neoi.le or sect kmwn as "Mennoniles niemselves from the general public, dable barrister, is the ileil in Canada. Similar affidavits lave been filed throughout Canada. The affidavit-follows: IV TUB DI5TIIIC.T COlillT OF THE JUDICIAL DISTKIOT OF LETIlimiDGB In the matter of an Ordcr-iu-Oouneil SS2. dated Ihe 14th (lay ot February, A.D.. SMS: In tho matter of aji application un- der the provisions of We said ordcr-ln- coimcil fur the custody, detention and internment as prisoners war-ot the people or sect known as "Mennonites or "Hulterites.'X which said people are present seUltd lit Lollibrldge, llaymond. Magrath and Raley. all of said places being within the Judicial District ot Ixrthbridge, and within the urisdiction of this honorable court; I Thomas Longworth, of the clly of Lethbrtdge. in the province of Ai- herta superintendent- ot Ihe Alberta Government Employment Bureau, make, oath and say as follows: I have resided tor several years In the LUhbridge district aud in ad- dition lo my present.employment as such superintendent of the Govern ment Employment. Bureau as afore said I am, and have been tor the pas --_ -ti1R loca Veterans uritucn v." -at I.ethbridge and i member of'the eiecutive comroltte of the provincial command of the sat organization. By reason of my, position an 01 OIIICH.-1H. their followers comprised in the said i on n me fc Tllc are of euemy national- Uhe rose and Elm drew Card Walter. Wurlz vvill] whollli w ordiuary course of busiuesa and com- iiicrceT-lliey no.communicaiic'ii. 7. They are all undoubtedly of Ger- maii origin and in so far as it- is possible for them to do without lo un ue observation, 1 am informed and erily believe'they endeavor to nc'nicite into thti- education and raining of tlieir chiltlren German deas and leas ana sentiwtiii. S Their' relujlous semt-es. as I am: informsdiiaml Ivwilj- believe, are conducted priests, orr leaders in the GeMfaWjahgiiage. and in the for the-flnnifiou 6f suclft'Eeryiceithe Britisli Jlag is Veiled: relied. _ snijl-'rjifople.-ias I-an. ._ formed and verily, telieve. while, os tensibly. representiiiB- themselves a willing lo our laws, never Uieless. ,nre 'secrelely governed, b uv reason ui mj. mejess. .ucc cmployfntiit as aforesaid, 1; hnvc' nn Nown code of-laws, which iK-niinhit.incR in tills dis- hv their own con in 'this -'dis; ami province oi and therefore, touching tlio matters hereinafter to be presented. 1 can speak with authority, and ex- cept as herein othcrwiseSmght speci- fically appear, with know- ledge deduced from my own obiorfa- CALGARY, Uon, associations anrl study. 3. By the connivance of. certain government officials, anil assisted by WitHontOnce _ Shifung'Gcars Breaks High Gear Noh-Stop Record vSevm pounding and throuRli nbcked city streeuln OkT.hohid, V: S. Always m sealed hteh gear-each showing an w.ge.f 624 milts and f mifea to the of g.solihc. Not once changed. Let you txatt remarkable.Model 90 tar. Fifth'Street South in i1 rose aim thistle is unavoidably absent, as Chief The names ot rMptetivc' Hardy was not able to find a Scotch- manaplrs are I man among the firemen who wa3 ab e uunaecra aii. tMs on ihe li was just as well, he thinks. BIT, follows: J. -Wllz or its. or Wits. enoug truck. Wurtz. was 0 These people, within their re-1 ma speclivc colonio.s maintain a couimuu- _r lii-Inn niirl ITI sn far 33 Ililstlo i" Prickly nature 1 rau'es trouble, and he did not iftnt that with the truck. The Welsh leek was also left over in case iu might adjudicator of e ie Mr. Noble is adjudicating at Uie .Manitoba festival on May 13, 14 aud 15. The last date for enlrles for the Al- berta festival will lie :.fay a uumber of additional entries are ejected before tuat date. li. i< toped that while Mr. ls in the city ho he- induced to ve an organ recital, as ho is co uUl an organist of profound abil- 'local choir, in the events will be Weslej and United. ike its presence known in tlie t in tlio avoidable slricteil settlement of "Mennon- or "Hul'.eritcs." and from experience ia gained 1 can unhesi- tatingly say that in now formulating uiv nrolcst through tho mtdlum of proceedings. 1 believe I am voicing the sentiments ot Ihe great majority of our best and sanest citi- zens and 1 know for certain tnai. 1 m absolutely voicing the opinion of be returned veterans of. Alberta. have uo hesitation m ayins, and 1 verily believe, that the these people in our midst has caused a feeling of public jjj 'administered by their own courts. '10 The said people, as I am in formed, and verily believe, ileparte from the said Stale ot Dakota in ordci o avoid serving with'the allied forces Monday is voting day on the daylight-saving plebiscite. Two polls are to be open, that for the south sWe at the city hall, and for tbe north at the Westminster school gym. Voting from 9'a.m: to 8 p.m. Get out and vote. BARBERS-TURN DOWN ONE BIG UNION The Local Union. No 71, at their mcelinE on v Monday evening of this wdek v unanimously turned down the proposition of; Hie One Big Union. v u serving IIIVH field during the present war, e their advent into Ihis conn- ins ry by their omission to comp_ly with regulations tlie'tf and now in force nidtri the Military Service AM, be- ca.me and are defanjlers imder the said 11. 1 have frequently oeeu present it gatherings oi prominent people in. 11. it gaerngs tliis province and district, when the m'nt'tr of the settlement of these people in our midst was discussed. peope n or have also taken an active part in for- mulating' anil presentinE to the fed- eral and provincial government ail thorities resolutions ch.u- apprehension to be entertained his community.. 13 will-repeat all the preceding paragraphs hereof, and each and ever.; allegation 'therein contained anil say. thai "in ,-icw public 'apprehension, yhick r.-j5: so prevalent ,in! this-district; 1 heKovo it to be cspedknt for the prevcntl-ju ot onv disturbance, and for Ihe main- tenance ot peace'and cafety, aud even for ihe the1 persons of tlie said ".Mcunonile'' or "Hutterite liianagera, -anil of'each pi ihcir'fol- lowers'-tliat such persons should, iu view "of-their hostile origin, natipn- and lie.Interned as prisonVs olwar, and I make this that'the judge of this SonoraMc-court fit to eserc.se his liscrcllon in that helmlC conferred him by the-. tioned irder-iii-cotmcll. conscientipusly ta the tru'e-beliet that the full curastances'of the case warrant E I.OXGWORTH. -Sworn -he'fore. me at the province p. Alberta, On MONDAY Evening wiiu-'-r. A justice peace in and for the prpiTtice Albeit tance in Wail Paper nr mprtallion trenlmcnlE. Plan and estimate with yoi, W.11 save 5ou money ana tssisl you-in-achievlng a refined effect_________________ Wellington Bros. .1; THE 7TH STREET SOUTH BAUJFFSSALE; ,N MATTER SEIZURE FOR REIJT EDWARD HAGELL, LANDtORD LETHBtoxiE TELEGRAM; TENANT 1 WILL SELL UY PUBLIC AUCTION I. Wla-L (H Thft AFTERNOON on Monday the Sth Day of May SftisSS t Machlnoa; P. o Tools.' Ml., Slocki Ink TERMS CAon rAlberta, thh iiirURE UNDER LIEN AORtEMENT On the-5th Day of ;