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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 22. 1917 TIIE LETHBHIDOE OAII.V FIEIUl.D rACSC FTVB NAMES WEE Tfl (ATflafinT OflOT i II1 ntrunl WJol Eadtavor to Eco- Cooperation ii Em- pire UUtusstii Ottawa; Jfay following members were named today by Sir Kobert Itordeu as a committee lo In- quire- Inlo Ihe coel and Incidental el ivenaes of each cession of parllamenl and to nuke retominendallons as to bow Ibe cocl enuld be decreased: i.Mest'n. Bernard, Kyle. JIarcll, Klckle, Fardce, Glrard, Norlhfup ?nd Turriff. Colonel John Currle member lor West Slucoe.' moved "that In opinion of Ihla bouse, wllb a view lo Increailuf the power of tbe Allies la Ibe prosecution of Ihu war, Ihe gov- ernment should enter Into consulta- tion wllh Jlta Majesty's govcrnmculs In Great Britain, Iho other Dominions, ludla aog her polonies In order, wllh -their aid, to bring Iho whole econ- pmlc strength of Ibo Kmplro Into co operation .with our Allies 111 a policy directed against Ihc eilcruy." Coloael Currle declared tbat It was veil lhat .Canada should show the world'that she had Bome economic objective both during and after Iho war. Bhe should also reiterate her altttijile toward the Allies, and chould'ilvb asasrauce that she In- doing her.part. He declared that there bad been too much partisanship In-tho country of latel" Under a flag of tniee Prua- elan politics had been practiced. This fhould npl be' at a time when Hie sit- uation oo the balllcfronl was all) Very critical and when Canada was heavily, -'Canada, said Coloucl Currle, the only country, which had gono In- to the war without hope of gain or accession ol territory of any hind. The only thing which she could hopo for vould'be an advantage In trade. He would, however, deprecate any contention .that, she was In Ihc war because she desired Irade preference with dreat Hrllaln. Colonel Currli declared that he was not one of Uiosi who'.contendedv'ltiat It.was wrong lo make' profits. 6ul of legitimate bus! ncGa and industry of the war. Pit made war So did Lloyd Gcorei Bud. AsquUh. It they had not the; could'not hare held the Germans. 1 was wrong to. boost food prices un duly, but prosperity was necessar> One of the greatest problems .aflc Ihc war would Le what lo do will thai factories now engaged on wa work. Where, would employment hi found for 'the men who returned 1 these factories were destroyed or I Ihey eaoukl be.Uicd lo death. ".Who sail that Ihe factories are I te uked .W. F. Knowles of Moose Jaw. "My honorable friend one of who. Vould. .They advocate fre trade and thai will do more than any 'thing elae Ihc factories." said Mr. Turrlff of As ilnlbola. "My honorable friend will have chance 19. try retorted Colone Currle. "In more and more revenu Is being raised by the lariff." The proper, method of taxation, h iras to UK anything which woul atind a ao long as it did not in lerfere with the people getting foot! etuffs. In the United Slates he said thoso who Ulked free Irado were pu In an -The so-called Manchester schoo: economies', was -responsible for., a Ihe death add destruction of Ibis preached universal peac and universal free trade. Had Eng jand.beeri properly Ge many would 'never have struck. The Manchester school of econorn waa rscosnlzcd In gow aoclcty In England laugh ,A> a reault of Ilrltalh's fret trade policy, ihe had found her re sources undeveloped when lhe..wn broke': oat. It would'be one ol th first duties pi :Cinsda after the. wa her natural resources, ft" there' was country in ih world 'developed her nalur resourcea to the ulfernuist, It wa (lermany, and sbo had done so undi i. poltey.iof protection. Under prc leclloo the United States built up Ih greal factdrtea which she possesse of [rec trade or protection was not relevant to the qucalloa under con- deration, which, related to the pros- ullou of Iho Colonel Currle expreteci] the fear at probably golrur. too far suit his honorable friend. Deputy Speaker Halovllla thought u member Slucoo should have do latitude ;lu his dlscudlon. Colonel Currto proceeded. Canada, ileclarcil. should io -ecoMmlcally Uepenilcut and.altor Ihc war Eho Uii tsrry 01 the MUJS fiscal policy she had dope and waa doing, Mr. Knowlea of Moose Jaw rote B point of order.1 claiming lint th dlicusslon.'of the acadcr.iio qnestlo LEGAL NOTICE t Ml jll AI (MNGAY (From Our Owe CorrtaooniJentl Carmanjay. May memorial j-vlco was held Iff'ilNT'Methodist urcli on Sunday, May'20 In mem- y Of Fte. Jacob, Uaxler, .vim fell tlon during the recent tromcndoua ufglo a I Vlmy Ftc. Ilaiter is liul a young man of twenty years ago, and M'lille In Carmaueay he as employed both O. L. Taylor In o general el ore and E. C. Law In garage. All hla frlcndB proclaim IB an excellent fellow and OQO vho led to jilay (lie man. Third In ihe Family or Tto. Jacob Haxter Is ililrd In Ibla family due lo Hie orld war. doubt this ramfl> as given nobly In lichaU of tlic em- Tim twq! o'.lier Iirolliefs cnlTslcd om Trail. B.C., whcrft Plo. Baiter's ircnls reside. '_ To lits parents a reEOlullon of sym athy was forwarded by the consre- atlon of the .cliyrch. Tho csolutlon was prepared by Dr. E rynii3 and K. J. Follla. This Is the Hrsl death thai has oc urred am one Ihc hoys vbo CDtfstcd om Cnrmangay and a large number ntliored In the church to pay tribute the gallant youth. Sn.lncss again bas fallen upon tbo community In the announcement tha oday. May 21, V.r. tnwn nglncer anil electrician, II'RS rccc.vet telegram th'at his WilTrcd ollln, TT33 killed In action. No fur icr news has been receded. Follow ng RO soon upon the heels of .the memorial scrr.ce at which Mr. Col n was It has brought homi 1th added force Ibe -price thai 1 clng paid by our fellow citizens to elaln the liberty and Integrity of Lli rap [re. Iti Epitc the hcavdiesg o ur hearts, we hold our heads hlgl with pride. Canon MacMillan, of SC CyprJan1: Inirch, Lcthbrldge, conducted ser Ices In Ecumanuel church last Sur ay, Rev. F. Taylor, taXIng charge o Cervices ;lo 'St. Cyprian's, Lcth ridge., MosL o[ (he.bulldlnE open lions hav een completed and now vibe decora ora are Dr. Wilson'a home 1 :lng nalnleni hy Sir. Kolden Is about'to be commenced upo Ir. >IcGInnlB! bouse in thq counlrj lencrallj- thlnga arc (alrl ulet along building llnea. Last Friday evening a most success ul concert was'given Id Ihe Itunvas choolhousc by the pupils1- under Ih llrccllon of the teacher, Miss Klaus en. A goodly'Bum'was realized fo he Belgian Relief: fund. We are gted to. we'thai J. )ougall (3 able to-bi 'around agal fler h.s successful'opentioii for op pcndkltis. V' (CONTIXDED FROW r W MpItTGAGE SALE Q CITY PROPERTY 'to 'the directions of tti >IIi be ottered r le at publlo auction by Frank Wa lntton at the pourt [lonsc ID II City of IrtthfirHcc on Mondarr t tBtb.'ilajrlof Mar, it o'cloc Jn the ifternboit.. 7 In Block Ilan 723D, alio of rccort ai JltTi 219 F. This trppertr ullualed at No. 3 7th Avonue A South, one block from tar line, being completed come lime between Ihe BttfamTlOlh of Ibis month, and .then It vaV discovered lhat the majorllr" of miners had Toted agalnat tbe accepU'ncc of nKrec- mtnt made by'tbelr, and .the operators'. Since. lhal lime we been glnni jhf mbai careful con- sideration lo. We ire not unmindful of the' necessity of keeping these vmlnes 'wbrVIng and hare been doing Werjtnint possible lo secure a .rttnmntlon' of Vork. I nm now iii H petition. to. tell tbe house that J hope, jet I thai within Ihe no it forty-eight ttonts work will be rejumed.ln ill the mines. 1 do not think li would be In Ihe public In- (eresl lo.lell lion, frlcfid'lho efforts lhat have been which 1 am satisfied will proTe-iuc'eeaaful during the nenl day or Hurt Cilgary, Mir. lt.'trf. "Thti fs rery good -aid A. J. Car- ter laal nlihl 'sHorrn Iho dis- patch Crothers' ntate- mcnl In h6 ho was Ignorant .01. Vnvnrnmonrs plans, It llke- O. Vtadori' Iy lhat IKe rolurp lo unlesB Jhcso" nlam mn satlstnc- uj, l017'- weilW hours, In .Building, Buy erent, 6h tonchollng arrange- Fxfmonton. necea- oil' SollUton, tor rriamfnt The J35.QQO Buyers of the Britannica --SCCESS-PROSPERITY-CULTURE. Only ftA days more Today there are still fewer unsold sets of the popular "Handy Volume" Issue of the new i Encyclopaedia Btitannica A Wonderful New Volume THE of tbe EncyclopMdM tWl have mAJle for the uuie. u mfier vnJ of Ike u o< A TalatBc, cooUiauc a IHtU KuthoriUtire kulef? of Ibe w. Tbe TeluAK will W wiiHen by tckoUn UK! ezperti of tbe uoie cbarecicr M wrote ler tbe iUctf, uJ br of Hi n. It will be.kWobitely wpertkl, putuAa feelnf It 1. A Mcouet of tie reel uuMt ot (be Wftr, UM profrett tf tbe ''til ever tbe worU; with napi, u 2. UH new cml, or MnJ, in Hj war c, the profreu ef nrf vrj. 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