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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH THE LKTHB1UUGE DAILY HERALD MAY 1U, ttbe letbbtiboe "fteralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY been far moro satisfactory on the' rx is iJo I oil TODAY'S QUESTIONS What i! the oris In of the super- Pfoprlctort and Publithers THE LETH8RIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 3Z3 6lh Street South, Ltthbridge W. A. BUCHANAN President and -Managing Director Join Uueincss Managir part of Sir IVajtyu ,1 ue IHM! shown a more evident desire to take immediate acticu In tho way ol tariff reform. A concrete application of this desire shown lu the Budget would have bad an appealing effect. that If Is unlucky to light t ion ol the Uritf, If we rernemtwr! cfear or cigarettes of smokers IrfcW .as spo.cn of in ,Ue Budset! ot 1919, but much water has Mowed i To what denomination I part the Chateau Laurier since Ihen, gjr Kohert Borden belong? pnd now, with the present tariff re-i 4 How manj- letters ,ih> ihcre maining intact. The onlj- tangible I amelioration in regurd to the tariff, I in the present Budget, is the removal 'of the imposts, but this is after all, a year late and should hare is there uny explanation origin of the ceremouy of kissi Opening of Quarterly Session of Taylor Addresses and Music. fome time ago. With a luxury tai on over a. certain value there should be on open-; for the manufacture of clay pipes. A senate fur Ireland.. This should nppeal to certain in the United States. Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week .15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.60 by mall, per 5.00 WeeUy, by mall, per jear 1.60 by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE NEW ln "3 trend with regard BUDGET Ol the On its face valuu. with the lu on in the me o! the Pope? TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS I was "Coxey's Who was Beau do the Parsees deal wli Their dead? 4. How came the word "hull" a in Irish bull? 5. WLy is a rabbit called does tho word "assasohi come? Imcurles as Us guiding principle, M the Sumptuary Budget. ___ Budget has a very glittering] aspect. If it is Intended lo catch the be of sm popular fancy, the Minister ot-Hnuce tie and may be cald to Iiavo succeeded ID authorities after the decision ill re-' doing. On the principle of taring to the "0" lax BiTCa br luxnrles In themselves much is to be I Mr- Juslko Walsh- KM. In Its fsvor. But at ibe same] time the truism that all that gliders Is not sold mav well be applied to "nt' is to bc OB the luwry particularly in the manner in which It Is sought to be Imposed at stated in the Budget.) unlike necessities, can bo orticlcs of i'e to tor 1'ousehold use. lbat thu wUl not Population. Do the eiclse duties proposed on _ _ natural" wines, and spirits iwrtend that 17 -will bo to discourage the buying ot tieso articles with the consequent far diminishing of the revenue, which the 1 Ux is intended to furnish. Hoirererj the revenue tai on liuury meant tie. tai on luxuries may! purchases Till be more annoying be, tho ultimate results in what is in-'tllan ANSWERS "General" Coioy of tuv "i (r'roiu Our Own Corfpipondeutl i MAGItATH. May S.-The weather- UUH favored us greatly by giving i perfect summer day for the opening j of the Taylor Stake Quarterly Con- ference of the Iflttenlay Saints on Saturday morning at ID o'clock. Ow- ing la smallpox quarantine Presidents Allfln and Snow were the only Ray j mund visitors, but Lethbridge, Stirl Ing and Taber were fairly rcpresentOu. The speakers ai tho Saturday morn- ing session were Brandley of Stirling, Bishop dreen of bridge and Bishop Haines of Taber, and the subject mainly was Joseph IPi-osbyteriac church foi Mothers' Day at 10.30 Suuday morning. A Urge number were present und pro- gram as Tho 23rd Psalm, responsive reading, tlod's Gift iu J prayer, Hev. Barrett, Kecita-' tlou, "Ouly One by reading. Motlier's Love, tor Her Daughter.'- and liyniu by the school; reading Irene Phillips; sqtig, I Mother I'll bo by Rco Maurice L4oyd; "1 Love the iMze ot reading ilazie Kaster; duct, Meryl Heathershaw and Stiss Whlli; reading, Irene Dow; responsive read- lug by the school and nu excellent i m I ur u FOR 1 UK BOY UAV augurated between Montreal and i West Africa, Sooth Africa and Swe- den. Six inea were fined at Windsor }600 each for failing for six days to send Income tax returns W the auth- orities. Cobalt has started a campaign to fof A. now Y.M.C.A. Durham's population is M53. a decrease of 32 since last year. Mike CUosook, One fitty ol cue family gathered at Cardiff, Wales, to celebrate the 80th WKkday 'founders, Sir. and Mrs. D. A. Burn. Ages ranged from eUMt son, to four tuonthe, the youngest Steat- Austrian granddaughter. They hired a ruWto at Gueloh. tall (or the reception, banquet and Washington with tlankets on their jacks to terrorize -Congress into find- ins work for the unemployed. 2. Son of a Welsh gentleman. J. notorious diner-oul. He undertook management hnihmnms in bulh rooms in Bath, Eng., and conducted -the balls (1674-1701.) 3. The Parsees burn their dead be will not defile ihe first vision. The afternoon session was opened, by tbe choir singing "We Thank Tbes O (iod for a Prophet." Prayer was J by John T. Sieele. Choir then "An Angel From on High." Councillor Oiiin 11. Snow spoke n would not [such a young boy neither bury nor dared predict the liings he did with- out inspiration; and tore a strong testimony that he was a true prophet. HiEhop Harker ot Jlagniih also spoko Less Wheat Sown, But Greater Area of Oals and -v Flax. CAR5IAKOAT, Mar Is optimistic with good crop prospects and plenty of moisture, about 60 per Hev. F. it. 'iioushan has been elect- ed president ot the Nlptelng Motor Tlllsonburg, ..Town Council is in- Tostlgatlng the cost of a garbage sys- tem for tha tows. Huron Anglican r Synod has fixed minimum.stipend for clergy at with, free, rectory, Seven ba ordained as ministers at the .London Metho-1 dlst Conference, Juue. i., just'. Issued of the residential 'lliniU.: -.of St Thomas shows'a'popiilatioir of Harold Ncvillef who resided In Sud- burj" dnring been arrested in Plttsburg as a draft evader. fted Aila'a Cralgi' will r 'the'new flax mill u so Ibe Tower of Silence and Itave Uje life and works of the body there to be devoured by vultures. A- Merkley, one of the Pre- 4 Fnm ObadlahBull.au Irish law- Indents of Seventies reported their yer of London, in the reign ot work in condition. Councillor Two games of basketball were play- Thomas druggist, ss; KS-'ra the provincial word "tarn" Wch apo'ke of the need of In. ividual demonstrations of our rell- mangay, the first game was played by the men with the score as follows: tho sec- 10 High 'from a band collected by Has-lsion In our evcrj-day acts. A fadies' champion J, Carroangay t n subah ot Nlshapour called the' sextette, "Blessed Communion, wasjond game was played by th' Old''Man of the Mountains because he1 rendered by Mary Fletcher, Alice j School girls of Champion and tho made Mt Lebanon his stronghold. The Woolley, Slargaret Fletcher, Lyddla, mgh School girls of Carmangay with band was the terror of tho world for Watson, Lods Bradshaw and Ireno j jho following score: Champion 9, uand was the terror of tho world for Watson, Lods Bradshaw two centuries when It was put down Evans. Apostle Clawsoi. the visiting i by Sultan Bibarls. The assassins from Salt Lake, spoko of the I Prohibition, according (o William dulged In haschisch an in. beautiful-weather we were having, ot 1 drug, and'frora this doriv-.tne winter day .in CardRton one wees ame (1090 A.D.) ago and the contrasts In nature, also fie expressed it, the remarkable in- crease. In imports to Canada from the United States in spile of tho adverse exchange rates, showing, as he pnt H, drink but driven to the playhouse. Chicago maeter barbers have rais- ed tho price of haircutting to 75 cents. that the mere, question of cost Windy City must have got wind not -weighed very much npon the Cana- dian buyer. It is to be hoped that Sir Henry Drayton's anticipation to correct. At the same time it cannot be overlooked that making.Uie pur- chaser pay the percentage on the pur- chase of goods that come under the of what the Lcthbridge barbers have done. It the present season be re- garded as a dnll one in the shape of news, the crop reports will help to enliven the situation. They have the luxury class -will not to altogether I advantage nt any rate, at the present Chewing gum is now 4o pay a hmirr a.v Those-who.chew the cud of dis content In having to pay more for this "delicacy" can now have th2 calis faction of knowinj that they are in the luxurious class. of the contrasts in life. He spoke ot the temples In the church, the dedlra- tion of the Hawaiian temiile which j took place last November and a temple lo be built in Arizona and also other places to fill the needs of the -......-------------------I people. He referred .to the wonder- (Contlnued from Front Page.) fui growth of Magrath S'.rce he visit- or woman who in these days ia In a position to purchase luxuries, thereby supplies prima facie evidence of ca- pacity to pay more to the state. Cannot Be Commended Ottav.i Citizen: The present bud- get cannot be commended, but It ed it twenty years ago. After tho choir singing, "Arise Glorious Herbert Samuel, former British Home Secretary, is stated to be first commissioner (or Palestine. steamer services arc being In- PiaiH Tme Shoold ImproYe WitkAge IT does with -the famous old Mason Ic Hisch, -which Is built to merely to Bell qntckly. You buy at much lets than you expect, and on rery easy If you have a piano or organ lo trails In let us Imof? and wo'n mate the most liberal al- lowance possible. All Mason RIcch Pianos are sold at factory to home and the benediction, Uic .con-i few montJis. Carmangay 13. Joe Kellsen of Calgary is down help- ing his son, Walter with .the farm work this Tveek. Jas. McNaughton. M.P.P., returned from Ontario last week. i It is reported that Carmangay will have an amsteur ball team this summer. Fred Yoder WEIS a Calgary visitor, last Monday. A. E. Quayle was a Letbhrldgo visi- tor on 'Monday. 'Mrs. Rice of Idaho is visiting her daughter, Mrs. it. J. Carter for a ference adjourned tlU Sunday morning. Being Mothers' Day a large number of children and parents were present Sunday morning and the conference Djj Sir Henry for that. There "Put would hardlv be fair play to blame j Ross Percel ot Calgary is visiting his folks west of Carmangay for a few days. In regard to the Hudget it may ho said to he a hopeful one in the pro- mise o( a revision of the tariff it holds forth. "Here's hoping" is tho toast It is entitled to in the circum- The Sultan of Turkey does not in- tend to Bit down under (he terms ot the Peace Treaty. He Is to resign his sent on the throne aa ii protest. popular, with what cannot be denied 0( telnB most cheerful news. is something vexatious in it. This may very readily affect the purchases Ot Iniury. Vieired from a revenue hearing aspect the luxury tax allows of this consideration. the policy of not raising the tariff In regard to articles of luxury, instead of the present process, with corresponding decrease in articles ot general consumption which now to pay Customs' dues, Is not ex- actly easy to divine. The only Infer- ence is that there is no apparent desire on the part of the Government (o meddle with the tariff hut that the "evil day" is postponed In the state- ment of policy ol a "thorough revision of the tariff with a view to the adon ot sricb reasonable measures as may be necessary." "Reasonable measures as may be neceisary1 Is I Twenty-lour hours a (lay work has elastic. However it Is re- been decreed by Leninc. This Is con assuring that the tarilf ia to be re- vised and, it, the 'Y.'est Ht least, there is Eomelhlni; live for even if It la not more substantial than hope. The future tariff revision hints at a relieving of imposts on food commodi- ties and other necessaries of life not produced and manufactured in Can- ada, hut says nothing of those which are Imported though produced and manufactured in the country. Of these tiro the manufactured articles form the far greater part, and so far R3 the weotern farmer, is concerned he has no dejtrc for import duties cm what he produces. The statement leaves itself open to the surmise that the tariff In these particulara Is not to be Interfered with, bearing a strong flavor of an adhesion lo the National Policy. In this surmise we Ini3t wo arc wrong. The Business Tax has flE-fln modified. This IB a policy to which Ihere can he no serious objection In that the principle of the tax is open WOULD VICTIMS OF BOMBARDMENT KICK IF TORPEDOES WERE DETROIT, Mich. little prospect of the finance minister and the needs of teaching children! approval among people afford may be approved by eome of the purchasers of luxuries. But -there is nothing very much for the public to enthuse over in the new ,uu.ui. The finance minister's pro-J nr ennoral and1 nn-ik sivnr nt nothing that lilnd -Mcmucrs ol me general ami th targets at whlc savor ot nothing of that Ulna. t kc were read by O. H. i nim ihpjr T hey make the rich poorer and permitig o voled on bv lho people. "1C operators mm tneir torpeaoe... scriptlon of labor with a vengeance Socialists will now have come to see that Bolshevism was after all a gilded pill. The world's greatest sea-fighting machine, in theshapeofa mighty battle cruiser, which, according to Charles M. Schwab, is under construction, has been stated by the U. S. Navy mont to be only a phantom ship Charles M. has evidently been all a sea ID regard to his new sea monster reverence and obediebce, and a mysterious informant told the Fed mothers as the best friends we have, on earth. The choir ,sang, "Whatl Was WUncEsod in the Heavens." Apostle Clawson spoke' to th'e chil dren, hoping they wonld all grow canacity to be. useful mou- ?nd wil i-Iti trinrr "ff TViDrfc a RunChinPI _ departure of excise duties. Thu pro- tectionist tariff is still maintained as igh as ever on the necessities of life nd this budget, like last year's, gives o indication o( a departure from cotionism' by the government. Damned With Faint Praise Monlrea! Gazette: We sometimes ,ear of systems of tnxalmn which lir an o "Come make the rich richer und the the YmT" ilvellue' US oing L'fllO lUv UJ me.; .1. 1 HOLD FAST To HEALTH With The Strength-Giving! Power of NUXATED IRON Nothing slips away so easily as i HEALTH, Unless YOU hold fast to HEALTH by your own by keeping your blood pure, red ta rich in iron-the day may come when allyou can do is to WISH you had acted sooner. Nuxittd Iron ntrps strengthen nerves, restore wasted tissue and 'build red blood, itrenfth en- Over three million people use Jt M HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. FOR SAUE BY J. D. o eral officers in guarded whispers to- day, TrVithoat divulging bis identity and with a finger on.his lips, There are three torpedoes in use now, he said. They arc of 10, 15 and They arc of cop- vunatiHL.LLULI, mtli a uropeltDr al If There's- Sunshine; [ho nosc_ acluat'd lialtories. They submerge two and a half feet, and require about five min- utes lo cross the river at a point he designated only as "east" of Wood- A red flag on one of the river and a white one on the 'benctllction was choir sanf Fr0nhet Prayer lor" HARTT SHOES A CANADIAN SHOE FOR PARTICULAR MEN i These shoes appeal lo the man who Is particular, because they give a finish to his appearance. They, keep their shape and give wear value' for money expended. The cheapest shoa in the end is the shoe Hat gives service. We have H. SHOES FOR ALL AGES ASK TO BE FITTED W. J. NELSON CQ. SHERLOCK BUILDING The desire to abolish tho Senate, ai some nxprcss In Canada, appears l have spread to the Stales, where it I Is certain are asklr.g for the same thing in regard to Ihe U.S. Senate, cani-ed by Ihe attitude of some of the senators in railing themselves up wilh the. Irish question. It Is not only In {reland that there- is an Irish stew. Calgary cars, It appears, nre .he poor to escape. Indeed .there is a sop thrown lo (he poor in relieving rom excise duty Ihclr popular source of entertainment, moving picture ilms. Perhaps, however, tho most mportant of the new taxes is that Im- losed on ali sales of manufactures, wholesale dealers. Jobhers and im- The levy Is only one per cent., but is virtually applied to the whole mercantile hustness of Canada with Ihe exception nf foo-isluffs, coal, sugar and syrup and goods sold for ex- port. That, we beiieve to be a novel tax never before resorted lo in any country. II is a tax that may involve, the case qf the luxury tax. a snrall iirrny of nffictals and a vast amount of vigilance. Sir Henry Rmyton makes no esti- mate of the amount of revenue ex- pected to ho ocrlved. but it, should be very large, falling 'alTthe tax does virtually nixm tho business dohe In the Dominion. New, Taxes Not Painless Mail and Empire. Toronto: The 'resident H. S. Allen spoko o( and the honor and rever- new taxation can hardly be describee as of the painless variety. It will moke the budget unpleasantly dis- tasleful to many people- path H was never known to cross before. The fiscal Hcheme is not got up for the purpose- of humbugelng taxes out of ence that is due her; he reported .he last conference that was held in Salt Lake City, spoke of the First Vision ot the Prophet Joseph Smith ind results of the same. lA duet, "In the Garden of my was BUUS I-4'dia Watson and Byron Tunncr. it was Mothers' Apostle Rudger Clawson spoko of our won- derful mothers, especially L. p. S. mothers as they have unusually large families. One mother whom iioj thought, was a queen among hail IS children and looked young r and happy. We must honor marriage, I advocate purity, and live the laws of the gospel, always 'recognize and j honor our fathers and mothers, nlso our heavenly father and our heavenly molher. The highest ambition of any. girl's heart should be to become a! good mother, lie closed his remarks) by desiring tho lord to bless all A trio, "Your Mother Is Praying tori Von." was very beautifully sung by Drew Clarke, John Bridge and Byron Tanner. The choir then sang, "O! Most find nfter the benediction the conference was ad-' joimicd for three months. The meeting Huntlay evening was unybody or for dercMni; a population umlnr the direction of loo Jlutual Ini- of Red Tlldingj Hootls, hill for Ihe prnvcmonl Association and was car-i :lcrn business1 of raising the whore-[ ric'd mil as follows: Singing by the; withal to pay off the tlebt on account lo much contention In tho way it dis-ibelng cheated out of their fares byj" f that other stern s into which courages enterprise and inlllaltve. Tho Budget aa a whole bears the mark of being very gingerly approach- ed with an apparent Intention to keep the difficult problem in connection with handling the one man street car. It is stated by the Calpary Herald that a passenger on a car operating the nation went without beguiling, tho waging of Ihe war., Globe Condemns It Toronto Olohe: The result uf Inn form of hxclse taxatlrtn introduced by Sir Henry wlU hr lion in the pofkels choir, "Redeemer of Isarel." Prayer, John CirEiCR. Singing, "J-o! the Mighty (jori Appearing.1' A saxaphone (luct i was liy A. J. Mercer and ChTf-ncr Howes. Hyrum Smith of IxjllihridRe spoke of tho divinity of I the life works of tht Prophet off skating on thin ice. which might j to the ball pamc one afternoon co'int- have a too dangerous tendency to of-led no less than 20 persona -.vho got fend certain interests. It is note-'past, Ihe fare box without purling in worthy that there la nothing in Ibs 'hoir fare, f'algary has yot to Irani j lo the public treasury. rich tionoficlaries of the tariff of large rj have hfen rtlvcrloil liudget In tho way of removing the exiting tmrdens on ogrlcullurc ot (Jbe remoTal of tariffs which help to add to, If not to encourage, the high coat of Jiving. But this hae been diplomatically by pro- loiso of a revision of Ihe tariff, wJiich the Ciovnrnniont has been too fiusy to altenct -to so far.. The policy of taxing luxuries as enunciated in the Budget deserves atiou, but It would bare how lo manipulate the one man car in Hie matter of that no gela away paying his nr hrr I fare. It should send a man down to j Ixithhrldge lo how it I? done lie-re, in that the fyCthbridge one man has Imd a wtarl of Calvary by nt loaf-t 18 month F. ?rlayor IT. N. Moss, o[ in- spector of colonization roads for fif- teen years, has hten that his services are no longer roqujrcii. CARMANGAY CROP REPORT (From Our CAUMAXOAY. May per font, of thn wheat fa sown and porminatinp; fine. t'oiiHlrtrrable Rrain is showing titjovo the grouiul. Tlipre IM In thf> .-.own to svhrrat ITiis yr-nr. 'i'hnc will bc ap- IironlmaU'ly fifty acros in hy Ibf: of wrek- Heavy wiridK on Monday very little dani- ifgf. l.nbur si ill 'it-ry scarce. lho relon-1 Joseph Smith, his prophicies nnd their fuinimciit. A junior girls' chorus, "Joys of under tho direction of ,1. A, A quartette, "Roan- lifnl Isle of by Mary Ktctclicr, Irene Jack and Drew Clarke1. Aposlle Clawson read, "The Water Wheel." He want-j M tbp yrnmjf Klrls and boy.1? to lead i ;mre, t-lcnii lives .so they conlrl to art'! KOtiA chararlcrs. All the good and all the civil wo do ia rccordwl in ihe Hook of Life; so don't waatc yrmr tfrne hut Uo some goml cvory minute. Hnlo, "Thr- wjif rendered, by IJyron T tinner, Aflcr tho choir Hing- ing. 'MiiKiiw >Ty tlio (Ion was pronounced by H. H. Allen, Spc-tin! were In thr> Either way ends every corn Use Blus-jay ns you like best. Apply liquid Blue-jay from a bolllc, or use llic Blue-jay plaster, The effects on llie coin are identical. The pain stops. And the entire corn quickly loosens and cornea out. Blue-jay now ia ending some two mil- lion corns a month. It hae so reduced corn I roubles that most folks never have them. It will end them oil when all lolks about it. The.Blue-jay method is easy, gentle, sure, !t is creation of a worlct- lamed laboratory, For your own sake, atop paring corns, Cease the old, methods. Learn what millions corns zre folly, the pain is needless. Anybody can bo kept forever free from coma with Blue-jay.' Prove this tonight. Buy Blue-jay fiom your druggist. Plaster or Liquid The Scientific Corn Ender BAUER BLACK, Limited Chioijo Toronto NewYor'- of Smsksl Allied ;