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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOOT THK JJiinKKiUGK DAILY HSRALt> THURSDAY, MAY 20, Ube ailcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers I THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. DUC51ANAX President aid Managing Director John Torranco Business Manager a bigger cue than Canada can handle. This implies not only an oWlsatlou tut a willingness OQ the part of the people to meet and overcome the task. It calls for the same spirit.-the same cheerfulness, ami the tamo patriotism in the sensing of duty which were so well exemplify when the necessity arose and continued five years ago Do You Know? Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per'weak ......t -IS Daily, delivered, per year 7.5J Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by per year 1-59 j Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE PRESERVATION OF THE BOULEVARDS The Chief of Police Is well advised in taking, steps to prevent trespassing on the.boulevards, and it is a mat- ter in which he should havo tlie co- operation of the public In protecting tho public property. The boulevards represent an amount of capital ex- penditure, end-It is well to note" that they are to get the needed attention in the iray of renovation and upkeep from, the city authorities. But this will not be enough, and these efforts will only bo discounted if the to meet the HONORING THE 'PILGRIM FATHERS 'Attention has been called to a series ot celebrations to bo held this [summer la England and iu Holland. to conclude at Plymouth, Mass., in December, to commemorate the Pil- grim Athens who carried with tliom tho Angle-Saxon traditions to America three hundred years ago. Tuere were seventy-four men and twenty-eight wo- men in the original band, and little did they kiiow, when they started out. the seeds of destiny they would sow in tbo great harvest of new na- tionhood that resulted. The name of the 'Mayflower carries with it a remembrance of the tradi- tions of civil and religious liberty, ot which tho Pilgrim Fathers wero the TODAY'S. QUESTIONS j 1. Who was the Lsdy-ot Western provinces from tbo stand- point of constitutional right, concludes the Financial Post, should not bo over- looked by Iho people of Iho other provinces who may KCC In the i lion morcly a demand upon (he Domin- ion for valuable natural re-sources. Ill Is talk! of the cniifiruction of huts which might'be- described as block- houses. to the proposal tliat the control over 'structures nro not available and there our Dominion Constitution or the, power to alter It In any way should be conferred upon tho Parliament of Canada. Not only mnst tho lands bo restored and all the rights have been Parila- like any oilier tnis- LABOR BOARD REFUSES TO LISTEN TO CHICAGO MEN CHKMGO, May United Stales railway labor today flatly re- fused to hear petitions for Increased wages presented by John (irunan, pre- sident of the Chicago Yardmen's As- sociation, and officers of other organ- izations which went en strike recent- ly in defiance of orders from the na- tional railroad brotherhoods. Canarta Is aspiring Ip nationhood cadi part slioulil havo equal status. The rights and of racli prov- ince of the individual citizens of i hose province's should bo fully >R electrified. (teacher) Hollo KInsey left recently with his Low, and Annie and Hazel Anna Lflw, RETREADING your next re-treaded by us. We arc export lire men. We Are Also Experts In Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc, We are here to give service. Spe- cial service to oflt-of-town orders, Express paid one way, Loth- bridge's Leading Retrcadcrs, Lelhbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 LETHBRIDGE- BRANCH AT MACLEOD E. CHAPLIN, Lethbrldge. B. 712 3rd AVE. S CHAPLIN Macleod Those Tired, Aching Feet Those pains in tho knee and aching in the toes. These arc all indications of Foot Troubles. Wilh approaching Spring and Warm Weather you will find thcso will be more severe! We can correct them wilh'one of Dr. Scholl's many dujvices for the mechanical relief of the, feet Let us do so now while tha .weather is cool. A properly corrected foot with a properly titled pair of shoes will give relief. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J, NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING sam you ihe many new styles. The Fit-Reform Label stands for correctness as well as for character for styles supremely right as well as for tailoring without a fault Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire ;