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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rm. umwaoce OALT MOULD MONDAY, MAT 12. 191? arofltaefuii WntM by prital (K 9m UaTMMIOM HtHALCi MM COaaPANV. LIHITCD VM U> bay a million balvi. A> should rvtnr OUUMT. ol colloo f iSriK coa- to i klfder -price tor tkat aature i bit onltr in rlfhl, U k tt deine The cotton vaa Datas .1 aikaLiIjtliai fAllMCM WILLIN6 T'O'PAV OTHEK It is a comaMB (hat ike wattara waata cosloaa. taua'aatfrely novsred, hut does-bot olhrr taxes lutead..That ii-taJ laslauailoa in ihe east at any IKoae .who are familiar .with UM ConMU ol Agriculture know (bat il'.KOfbaaa forma of direct Uxa- UIo% Ato-Bake up tor the present rev- okuined. from indirect taxation" K was-revealed the .other day taa'Hoiije of that the.West- Caiaaa farmer is paying the' in- Ui a far greater proportioi ihan 'eastera farmer. The eatlira teat wasters, faner: li tret that argii foot.'it is clear frost tie liajintjkal jhjjisifilonj in :i jr- tail CStiHi'r povala- s (icV "VTary''eaianaive .aad lu'. tarav leal 'jhan'tti-hare; been aat tor Tax. Here in for 'MrDoBlilor iuai: L'. Paid. vo is 4 _ M4 bien faUawlag th laloriialiaa the iotat Udustria 'niiajjliilliaj tke T.riw baatras al'Aiair.emipat awl I' aroaleaa ciaaa si: Wftk ras tt-ki at Taia at AaViW fraalkil i'aad aat a raaaawr far I aVa.waaartls I srhu l aot of Jftai I arlMs of arteasat iilA roam for ,'wMker fair at r, (if iVilttltls: Tk. aari "li rrTtnt-'wf tke da How artWclally raised iww ol a aartaa e iuadltlonally .rtvatrtatcd, war and civilian >rii- of allied aad powera n Its the "Garmaay has rts-otnlieJ lie jante prbjcljia. It appeari self-evident ,U) Ovraun delegates, therefore, (raamda of Calneaa, certain alleviaOaaa to treatment of. prlaoltfn ba H (ke actual cost of production, Mi'tij-r" profit to producer. beUieT waaled or In talet, should o'. it allowed to inev.mjn Mr. Pijo- ttiit tcarcllf may 'either xeauliu'or artificial. He like- ito utttn ukat ke nlimite UtUe folk, who save e program'aad delivariBd.a apaciaJ' the eventex; s With Quarterly Official Board ot Elm Street Church, Toronto, iUve un'anlmously'lnvlled Cant. (Tier.) Xdward.F. Ckurch.lo (he paelo'rate of that church, In succession to the Rev. A. Uoyd Smith, M.A., B.D., who re- tires on VJuly isl'neit to be Assistant Siecra'tJj-y of Ihe Home.fission Hoard. When a Chluaman leaving two wlrea, one Ic Canada one In China, the'' lidy :.he; married matter where resides. Is entitled to the dower In tls Ontario estate, prorlnejaj-'Uw.'Tnil waj Ihe decision made by: Mr. .Justice Mlddleton In caM brought before- him. 'A most dlttresslng acclient, ler- tatally, bccnrred to Mrs EUia Brawn at the home of her brolh on his (arm near Iflol boro, McKtllop township, Ontario. Mrs. Brown and her niece were in the barn a4n while gathering efgs abe fell tiroixt aa opening in tbe floor to the bueaieai below, sulalabg severe m- wird camed her.dealh aoin'e.hpnrs rill speho. aeveral uionlbi amongst -v H.1 Rygc afld !o'eardaioB in'Friday: vMrvCBas'. Straad arr'tred hpme'fro.iu V, waerii'.ke.'iracislTiad'' his 'i i ktiy'irbai of Swh'ny wBI iffeet a Cure loir him. Cr. jtroaalatcl Toronto pariltlaa, to daad. Major'x. Jllal hu hxw aptolatw mcistratt at Oakawa. Ths i TonaaWVrlT eowacll araftfd Ita for ilsjar A: t. aroailMMl Belu- rllli pkjaklM aad Liberal, Is 1. Taylor, rector it St. Banholoniiw'a Anfllcaa church, Va- tonlo. la d.ea4. r. Sharp worts for Toroato strait Railway In' the .o a ctraarTJlrys verdict receatly. Stratford. of b aakliii bisks'to reaate open till 1 o'clock oe T. Strong, for. M of Uie'Londnn, Baard ot Eduea- llos, Is dead, Henry Ooodmau, aalei nuaaiar at the Lancmulr man n nw t urlnj Co, To- Is dead. New York' ileinodlat chwrclm will be Ihrbwn to l.COO [a'ca. llfei eviction troca thetv homae, and J. C. ltoldftn..of the Auas-Holdea Shoe Co., Montreal, la daaH. was a sou or (he Dr.. lloldan, of BaiUivllla.- TrlnKy College, Toronto, conferred tha D.D. upon -Rav. y. Ora- Orchard, hes4-niaatsr .of .Trtnlty Collate School, hundred trees, the gift ot B. J. Zavltz, provincial forester, are to ba planted Couotr; Q6If and Qolf grouudl. Rev. H. n. Raymond, has done rerj- work 'at Barrle, OnL, as 'vicar of Trinity church for the past three has announced his reslg. going to Prince Edward Island, having accepted the rectorship ot St. Paul's church; Charlottrtowv. The following- hara a pointed to th'e muuilon field In '.India by; the Gaptblt, Mission Board: Mlei Florence' Majheaon, -M Iss Brbll ilackum, Brantford. H. E. Day, of John drowned oa April 23rd; left' air valued at o'var Of Ihil U life zndjfSotyC IB actlderil Insaf- will his .will ceive'a life ibteresi.-and-hls th'rte sons will also share In llie eslsta. EVERY HOME CAN AFFORD AYICTROLA Ml] ALIBI PVR HM RAIOfl AjaericaajUm of Albert Wright enl Ma ot a German made" rarer 1 IMuwJ to Jndgs Wrlx'Jl a Dsaro, ued Ibe ruar to-a brawl lait tHa you Ithta 'rtlcr was .aalwd "I rvcaon It musfi aak, cwad It otTn a ast my bayonet ouUn hlai." i "Ph. yon fouibt ia claimed ooart, -'-1V suih, I WM i aWn, aa' I thouebt WTaHaabai, ihavinir flit-, neb.; for'aoeari liflujsii. t ea- irhlgkly (he- 'I to yon and "Id tie TopckCkan., a Daavir-llntisd Caller. of: Red peerv bfj.da.ya'with' his. (-'''Mr.'-J.'-iP.vHainilton motored to Hat on TtramasT.lo see his wrM wko, la''-inl (her Wko ie'.'KpsTSItai are- suuiy- lo'wKat auinns will take.Ihe place of Fletcher, and Sona store wshVcii was lately deatrpyed by {fire.' Rob- fuiiatir clerk: of fletcner and .balld on the KesieraJ Rumor also f the lime In the l, not his oW rlends are glad to him aadc- and that he'has recovered a'uaovt com- l.etelr from hh wounds. "Mn. Kirk' lani and family expect to'arrive skbrt- y.and kowjse lately occupied by. '-The many friends of-Mrs. J. F, Ham- itm will be rliea'sej ,W learn (tat the peratlon whleh at the Medicine Hal hospital wii very wc- cnefnl and she Is "reco'vrrtst n akely as Mr. MlnMnick, who haa-ben.acllsa; of caaloaaa' daring 'the .aaance of Mr. Klrthaam, k. nored to Moow -V Mrs. f. F. Bowe'recaatly onderwirat aa operation tor tpbrrti are (bat Is aoinff wrU. v W.'J. MUWril' lift m iir Donvllle, they that th. Good Co..of Letlbrldge aiay brajich here. I Mr. Oen. Lomai proposes lo build a large brick and tile bolWlaj, .which irlll ae two storey, and1 will have living jrjoos''vaistAlrs, wljli -accoinmodation Ior reTeral-busIcesies. grouad floor.-- Tenders .for buOdlnc 'are belbs .called for." v" .'Uw ypuniest of Ju. Clark of Bordett had the m [3- fortane tp: have hlsib'and cnislie'd, in a seeder, which will necesallate Ihc of one of his Angers If not -They took; hJni 16 Dr.tjl- tejson it Bow Island for Ihe operation. Altbipairh tne 'fla seems. to have pasn- ed ,-ainir tkere seeox 'to be rolnj -aroand ainoBtst the cblldren, "latn'-'' BERLIN EXCHANGE CLOaEO Mayi .'i, (Associaleil Th'i stock nthasfM at Bre-' lain, Hanover aid Fniikfart, In' addi- tion to tbme at HamburK and Berlin, have- leinporarllr aaspeuded -J' open- tlohs m accouat of tke tension In the political Reflecting tod good bacrfMcy aad .The) lorn' fitting graorfd jrwjtK. And fine, car .WeW'ihpirW Fit Refonn Siriti and Oractaitht we ibow Ibena to you. .-1 McKFlVIE 8c McGUIRE Thoroughly practical nee has fuccenfalty guided prodtxtitm pf throughout to demarkd ,b( your voHrioftf' inctioo ;