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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 8, 1019 .JUVnuiHHJliK PAGE NINB Lethbridgc Member Makes Strong On the Hutterite Issue for (he- QoTflrumenl to Immedlatfe action Lo prevent any more of Ihese people from coming not inly Into Western Canada, but Into any other part of llie Dominion. I he- It Iq lc Iho welfaro ot Canada tlut they should kept out. In Iho discussion p'o- .Irriga- tion Act ID Iho W.- A. nuckaiji.li. M-P-j for' xvlien be maui> lue uOfflfcnd Tor Ihe ei- r.uiton ol any more. Holt or- Meouoailes from ths re port- ed by llaosanl, as hating, The qneitlon' before tho' Commit- tea al tho pregcut time ol more linpcrtaiico.to Cao'iiU thail-to (.by other section bt'tlio million on Vccourit of lha tact 1hal we aro looking for iteopte to develop iliu McBfrUuT J'tninfc vqry cfrrttuV in selection of our wo-should bencUl tho rtun'.RKef that hayo been modo In ihe r-sal- H 'J Iru'a "wmr.count.Mi fiQ.iptoi.to cowa to.ibe prairies to cul- aivnt.) the 164.'and pro'duco wealth, but at ihe Viafi ve> wanl- thaf.i. wo vapl pwplfl who Kill maso jrood Canadian qltlteni, (be qual- itu Q! pjolutUon of crops, pro- duction ul wealth." IB not BUffic.cnl la llsclf. Undoubtedly, come people naro ia Ibtt V.JMI who aro not as- Bunilne lha ot Canadian Jipnahlp, although probably Rl Iha tfma that to It, not recojnlted that Ltialr lira worn CDiitrarj'lo'Canaillari ihlp.i and lo a gicRlor-or less ciliul, BOpa'TBtft thomEelvea from oiiicr1 communUUt fcpd live fay and for Incmsa.'vei ibe1 commonca: ineni orthla.d'olatci. Vneutlon been mado oi Ilia .IJujlerlte? )h? L fool uiy rcapona.' as juoinaDr" ftr V fllslrfcL many o[ these people' hara' been stl- tlliiK rturJnR, teal year, to uiaVr A0O10 nbg'erTCituv? with retard 1; iwo Intend to not desirable alibppylrprobably not on tho groUDfl'as Is defined in Iho Dill Itself. 1 "desirable, citizen as one ivbo cocvea -fnlo.lhls country preparcd.far with the rftal of thr? jiegpJb find (p assume Ml llgntloiis ot cltlKlishlp. It Imroigrantn fall (ojb'lfol. ifoii filo nol upon Lbsni 'and we "from allowing such lon'fjf many .years ire pr.icllcs tir. aectloiis J TV (it a lived In elthousii In com-.! mimfllea, Men pool lea tricljin'tiio Ijaf.' In (ndirldiiarhomes.- (ndrrldnal homea.- onfe iifp, "In'-another. "do lie allqivc-l to conia into this they vani tbetr own-iptiools, unil lyant Iff teach, thilr OT.-O lahguago, T-'h'ch'is'altnost wbeUy German: TQCKB nf .you ;httT6 ''followed Ibs ills- paichea'fn 'thVpren will know that StiBkntChowen and Manitoba the aulhorilles bVyo hqrt a great deal ol cptnpelllns aomo mem- bers' oI this Goct to'1 Bupport tho public icliools "and-tend--their children lo IJicm. On tho conlrarl, tbcy. vanl lo own hare their own: their 3 object to that I ihlnk de- velop spod.clljiong In country Is for the :nbVcQnior3: to. acqulro alknoiwf ledge language In order tlrst Hioy may with tba. other clernonls of Iho pDjuiiilfon rinit LcCOnao' toad Ilrltisb' I.havo" anptb.fr objection lo" thcso ir '.sun po'tag to clasa tho er, may be snirie dls1- If la that their prop'erly fB.Teateit entirely in orte rracilcRlly. controls 'tho 'ic South IJnhotQ, I un- dcrslani] tbal iin cHoil vrm raids dar- Inj; Iho by.lhf auLhorllies thcro In break Up the a a 6rgfinIiaUon9 and torce (ho' hands of fli. a 'result.-, of that action ir'arcul many ItuUerKc-i1 .and Men'nonU.ba" Jbrt, So.uin Dakota nod cam6 to qanadii. Now'.ovo liavo'liad cr- of .who arc also under Ihe' pontrp.-ol, pile, liaacl, In M oW thtffcvi pf the with owtv-tiwi.'r.'49 hot thlflfe va iTioold of Uib trw laio Bonie'of In Liat'l Uitok Immed- ItltJy the Q( thaiji.-. -l We know lha aUUud'e, ot U ty uUllary aar- Tloe. many people who are quUo sincere' In their oppoiltlon to mlllLary' eervlca ud lo wv; bal the particular claiaeft or whom I epeab not prepared to any obltga- IJoB whatovei In oonuectioti with war. They refused lo contribute to WAT funds and loana, though 1 under- 9laod thai In my dUutct thoy did con- Irlbuta In to the RcJ by-mbicriblni to the Victory and allovrne the tntenit to RO lo the Red Crois. At this In our I Ihtnli IB extremely Import- act ve 11 only allow In thlk coonlry, ppople who arc prepared lo alt ihe obligations o( Canadian hip, who are prepared to bear all Lha acquire a ot our laaruaw, attend our owb and ml re Hate with the reit of our I maintain ,lhi.t people are not prepared to do nny'or these Ihlags, and consequuntly I looit upcn them as cll- know that In tbe United (hey did object lo contributing to h-ar funds, and objscieil to mlllUry service; and ;Jargely on Account ol tho feoUoj of (heir neighbours In South Dakota they -were forced io leave, and have'.como io Canada. I do not sec br whit rlgLt'lher hare earned a nlaco in >nd as It will (aXe aonTo Lima for tbls legislation to crune Into effect I would urge lhat an Order In Council he passed Iraraediatelj, und- er-'tha War Mensnres Aci, lo preYCiil nny njore of: theso.people Doming ID. If rto that, they will con- lluuo Jo como In as itiey are doing at Ihe present rmoniefit- and' hare beon doing'for'moottil-past. 1 do. not repr'eqebt the reeling of nioroly one 'class-In my part of the fountrr- tliatipU classes of our'paoplo dfsife that no more Hullcr- Itos and MenQOnU'ei ihall io scille, Inl.binadB; tlio Egllatloh Is 'ilrongeft -.Ihe re- turn ei, in -.1 ih'eli jtolnl wapt'icroaa the; thelr.-HteSi and. they dtsUkf. jwyltouch to other wbo.'wfesa' not, prepared, to .risk thclrllvoa'or-lUBfr money "dp a poawtscd'. tjj aiia telUe In "thta country and'enjby all 1 Ihe "New. For MeH Is the Kxpression uf Opinion In. Situation Ex'pecl. Rapid..Changes Jn i Weeks (From the BctaUer) if the npertaice and tbo eiprta- PQI of retail mercbiats In Ibe Ho- and BaskatboD districts In cou- oectlon vrjtb the reront auto gutsBlng (9 criterion ol tbe feei- ng over such contests lave been promoted, !hen Iho crJmp will been put lato any foture il- 'etnptf in tbfa direction. there naj-- fe occasional merchant who lei, It may Boms teraporary Inancial benefit from hla raoture, Jiere art> a tcora who are now con- winced that such oonteatj aro wrong In principle and thnt tho lasllng Doan- results accruing therefrom are la- Leimal. Wo gather, this from cor- respondence wo have recelred and ei- preialona erf opinion from mercbanta ho have entared conleeL From one of the large cornea the following: "There Is con- siderable dlBUturacUon amons our local merchants from this schema end they an, without exception, conalder thai thalr money la wasted and that thli Eyfilem ol advertising Is ot CD "We Iblnk We can say -wilhout Tear ol conlrarllcllon thai Iherc not mircharil lii this entered this contest'.but wno'Js dlssaitlsned with ronlracl-j. ,They Icqlhig hero la very much against this prea- .conlesL.'-' l some CISES llie merchant enl Ihe.fODtest limply .bccauao nia n s liad done.so and there Vas a Ing that possibly ho would be the loaer If May SpecialiRl.1 on HuitV.an tubjecu at- tached to Tarloui dt-legatoo at lha peace oonlereace t-ipett dwldtd CTiangBs In In the next tow. lafeets. The movemeol. h24 beca'lbrt-VPDbg Fttrograd and which BhroudyJ .wltb fa nox drflnM. UdeDllch. ivlth hlmf and iroopa recruited irhJi Gen. operat- ol Ihe and ol iluesian peasants 'who have liecoma tired of Bolshevik requisitions. Gen. Udenltch has oeiup.ej PetrosiTwlsk, Oleoni and Ladelncepciie, eisl ot Lalte Jjodaga, and cqr.irola the south- ern end of the Kola railway. escape oj tlio Bolilierikl opcrollng agalnsl allied force a In Iho Kola, penln- a has made impossible find communication bctuet-Li the Moscow ernciODt aatl tho Mannan coaM For Colds, Cafairh or Iniluenri lo launrb a uioveniont look- lug to their annexation lo Finland. Tbia would glvo Klnland (he railway -A an outlet lo ihe Arctic, Tho Tlusslan commission woiklDR for a unltod HUE s la hero Is decidedly unfaTorcble to Eucb. ett-p and la iry- Ing to bloci H. Many persona be- the pntenie povers are eocour tbe Udonttch- movennent, which 13' soriously cuaUng't Vhculd oriupy I'e (Special to The HtraM) FJ-TRME. May list of the acconipntiyIng Iho -inscalli- Tlnn o[ tbe G. V. A. In their new Jigmtt.Jn the'VapaDae ho'iel, todk 'the f dim1 of a and- last nifiht, when over-two liuudrej of _...... ____________ and sbMldre'aod their 'wlrii apparent ot Ihe tnvlted guests filled tire largo dlc- tn cil.revieluaUlug retrosnd of lhe N'apanca. -Hno music neutral autplces may as i was rtndoreJ by baoii an Inilcitlon that do tntmtt dancing was kepi till lU the BOOU to be forced TO withdraw to Moscow. By Qunboati ARCHAXUFJL. May HoJiliorlail continuo ihc ol lha alUcd pctBltlcoa on the Tipper Brlna, apparently In the hope ot drlTlng the Allies out betoro'j. gucboata con reach- .thoi icene, IQ Iho meantime (he eonboatai are fighting their way up -ttrfeamj i a river with Ice, and (t will be 6ereral 'day3 teToro they can hours.. Tho charier lor the Fornie branch I the GAV.V.A., which has been ceivtd troni OUaws. was yrusonted to Major Moffatt. iireai'leut ot the SBEO- clallon, by Becretary Warwick, Ihe major made nliorl speech Iti ac-" cepling It on behalf ot ULO aaeociA- iloii. REFUGEES ADOPT YORK, May Starring rcr; gees; in paucaius are to.'jiajinlbaHiin, a uiunber at ases havlm; been, aud eating -their child rec. ac- cordtn; lo a received night by lie. United Slatea conp- mltiee for Armenia Syrian rellel' from J. 11. Mar in, loner to the for the committee. l the ol Bereinlk. Walfer Hume hong .Says Over- se-as Ministers Have Already Urged it May At a meeting of the commonsrs on Tues- day lo consider federal home rule, Walter Hume Isms, first lord of the admiralty, fftld 'here were two con- siderations in favor ot devolution: >Vst, congestion ol business in tbe commons; second, his eipcrlci.ee at Iho colonial orMco, ivhero representa- tions in favor of it ivere made to him at different Limes uy uTerscai He read a letter from Austen chancellor ol the excbe- a little, your nose bother you? (dlil (ta proqiflier yOU frpn, he'shoiiW and; p'ut'at sousfr'j nhere tl IP LlV v' whirl aclive ol and tonic is Anpiher' ohjoctlon' I hnve is'" thla: Wlmn'an'crrqrl mado In'Soiilh D.Tk'ota to'.brwk iip orgRnlra- lions, Adduced to. pwve thai" '.peoplo were preparcdi'lo corUln ilancfstlh'rffr'owa'hVWa were anil jUTtecllon of-.Ci____. _ eVpectally nearly ell_ of. German'orlfrn and-.wanC piipeluale the laveuage In llui .soldierst a iii-ml'tr of'Canadian club's'thrdugh- ojt Canada hare, declarer! thetrftires against ot people into Ihn CoitadJan clubs, ia I know them ard anppoaert to a Tery hlgb tyjij 6 make inythlnf for nfhrlng; of coni-ie, en butls of-10 per benl. profit 6n tnrnoyer, Wft poslllVely knoW we ndt n'ccompllshetl thtsVIrl A woM, we consider Blyle of 'An- vcrtlsinif not 10 bur llk'lng. again for tho iecl- fat ot anothef 'merchant In n'ratshclf, quite a few will lake wlien itrjt an autp-conloal company atlcmpta (o" put in stTeet railway extep- Elon Tvlll- he ,'coril- meaceii "atrBranlfDrij aL once.- THE END May C- "-The llmiEaa-inn'comir.unfst gov- v -crnmenthas refused Iho Lerms ou'erei 4 and has decided to'flEhVto' thel> 0- a dispatch" frorai 3uda- At'this time wtiert, everyone is practicing yoii o{ and filleU ing'Fish to Jr't-affcfc HI''-" A' ''l M U PMJM ;