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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THii LBVhftKlD'oK DAILY HKUALl) FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1020 Sbe Xetbbrfoge Xetbbrttxje, Hlberta I DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers C ,THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldge A. BUCHANAN' President and Managing Director John To rrance Business may well rogard tho I'rvvlnml Treas- iwcr. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates; Daily, delivered, per "week J .15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 Daily, by mail, psrj-ear 5.05 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Wiekly, by mall, per year to U.S. s.OO AMENDMENT It appears to us that Mr. Tweedie took the matter ot tho recall too seriously ia moving (ho amendment ke did. It comes doivn in tie final Sssua to -whether a prospective candi- date (or parliamentary honors will leboose to come before the electors THE C.P.R. AND NATIONAL RAILWAYS lu dealing with the mutter o.' the t'.V.U. and the national railways in regard to rales, it was only to bo ei- that Mr. Ueatty should liold a fcricf for the railway coaijv.uy of he is iVesifent. But however biassed he may be regarded to le in favor of his company, it is difficult to disallow him altogether the logic his arguments. To ba fair ho Is fully entitled to Iho niorit ot the came. When ISO President of the C.IM5. referred to tho substitute po'icy, iu lieu o? not raishig railway rates. any deficits should' be met from tha general revenues, ho made a strong point when ho argued the policy. It is obvious, he- stated, that any system which permits sen-ices to shippers and others to be at unreasonably low rates is dis- criminatory in. their favor and dis- criminatory against the public whoso tajes are Increased fts a contribution to -wtio use railway facilities. He is right when he contends in this that all will be. paying for tho benefit of some- to pot it m a general way. But while according -Mr. Beatty the right in his contention, the question admits of another anoint ot view. It ia as to whether iy tho lowering of Do You Know? 'l. lii TODAY'S QUESTIONS low7 niatiy members' and sen. ators were there in Parllamfiin at .tho time of Confederation and liow uiauy are there iu the present 2. What is the meaning ol a 3. What is tho origin of "Hand and as "witness my hand and seal'1 ia legal documents? river is Vnowa as the of 5. What Is the signification of 6. is Peter Bc-lte mountain? THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. is Islam or Islazuisui? What is a 3. Who was.Barou Jluuchausoii! J. Wbat Is tho origin of "to let tho out ot tho 5. Who wero "Mrs. Morley" and "Mrs. 6. are "Tho Immortal ;with 1h6 .provision that he' bo allow- rales Wantlisiiments of popularity, ThiS.wealrness or strength of the individual often thereby gauged in (lie way he lends iilraeclf Co policies ol this kind. To be prac- tical and level-headed and at the same time conscientiously rigid aro char- acteristics which should be looked to in Uio men who are guardians of tho public purse. In this estimation wo iited a careful and interesting set oi figures from AVhitUker's Almanac showing the effort of ,man power ii the late war by the respective nations engaged in It. 'As it says, ttie tables: contain some-surprises, for-lhey-saow that the countries which suffered comparison to population were Serbia and Houmania, and those who loasiwere the United States, Greece, and Belgium. To follow the Saturday Kighl's article France >cads in war effort in regard.to man power. She mobilized men of whom or 3.37. per 'cent, of tola! iiopulation w.ere cllled. Great -Britainimmobilized and lost or 1.5 per cent, of .population.' These ,do not include the .figu'roa-.ior .the pverasaa forpes, whicli do not'scem (o h'ave'bceu avail- able at the trrae figiirea were compiled, but have been collect- ed by the London Times, They are Canada, mobilization killed Australia, SM, killed New Zealand, mobi llzation killed SouUi Africa killed lodta. mobilization kill ed other colonies, moblllzatioti killed The total enrol- ment under the British flag was there- fore and.tlio death total representing a very consider- able percentage of populations except In the case of India. It will bo noted that Australia suffered ly nioro Ihnn Iho other over- seas Dominions, not.exccntln Italy's mobilization iraa men. killed or i.32 per can I. erf pomtlnUon; United States, mobiliza- tion K.SOO.OOO, killed 122.000 or 0.13 per cent, oi population. Helginm's total mobilization has never been pub- lished but her military losses aropb.c ed at if.OOO or 0.6 of population. Her speedy investment by Germany though liumiHating, saved hw from very considerable decimation of her manhood. Greece mobilized o (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, M4y B. A Movers returned last Tuesday from Winnipeg, where she'has beed'visitin with relatives the .last couple c months. She Is much improved in we 'are pleased to repoi t Mr. Peppard returned to Maleb 1__, week, after a few visit n lovfn hns been thlr trick man depot left last Wei nesday for Warner.station, where 1 will be day man. Mrs. Brlggs an little daughler accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Riley came dow. from Okotoks iast week, having bee called here, owing to th.e illness Mr. Oscar fathei ot Mr I Riley. Mrs. D. and Miss Pede son, .of Pleasant View, were-'TlsItor In Town on Thursday last. Mr. Andrew Anderson went t Medicine Hat last Tbursday-and sL from the .hospital, where she.has.been.jfor the' Mr. J. who; has bein away for th? return- ed to Dow Island Mr..- R. ;Priday afternoon for his home in Liiselanii, of these laws, which are being worked out by rcasoiilug, tlQo reasearch and nnalysJs. Tha uuivprse inteUbjifcle, nsah through different agencies' me tie power to undefsi3BSJ.he wvric- ,'theT iip all; over tho praWe. This the feed situation in i the stock, '.as there will :be -plonty' pfv'rango pasture iu a The filncral.pf Mrs. George N: Whlch'cr" at the Oildfcl- hall on Thursday ilie "3th -1 April, Iho Rulcm contliict to her lolal mobilization'but tlieiiug lli.o-services. Jilrs, was death roll is fixed at or 12.3 I mpal.'-jbp'nlnr and hlgblj per cent, of population, by far the heaviest loss suffered by any-nation in the war. of Japan and other allied Countries which took little part in the actual fighting find suffered few cas- ualties aro not given. No reliable figures as lo Russian effort arc avail- able. ladies of ith6 Ing very 'promiheniffrt all social, beiie volent n.nd Al public, Foolal (uipUons were po-i potiofi, aiui Jtpbrlyjilhll tho houses wore close (I'In dcforencb am respecl to the' ilcceaaod.' She cami from England about fue year.4 ago. iindx.lpy'.'.-hor sunny and sympathetic had In that ttinc wuii .the love and admiralion o Turning lo the C'cnlrHl ICmpires