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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta roun LEVHTmiDCIE DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1910 iAV vvilh tho result iliai more iufor- matipn is available alow the railways and other busmen ivutcrns ibj.ii oven these companies kuow; milroaJing formation now and .THE PRWT-1 furml-rly was secml and us- ING COMPANY, LIMITED IUi Strut South, W A. Buchirarj m'. ind Man Director om lie iiy- anl whlct 'TELEPHONES twlncn Glf.c. 1242 UiUrial OifiM 1U of riil- iht1 author have beea nourishing under private j one of Iho iV-iff wiih two wounds on the bach ol h's ear. was fislnlng [or (be police, Con- siauie- .MaetU'iialJ, of ilie AJM'., rlgln in tin1'ilik'k of ihc fray, gol Iho-fuU fury ol ihe mob on hhu nuil was'-'iu- si.Ltir.UH le.ives fumm; areuud. uoth, 'they reived ihe-full- bruDt si-nihclcss out HID o" Ipaltyj'aVspur" iu There was Uillle 1-nmb. berett of all Qaa.UIos thai ihe whole service is by ihing called influence, was a rare aud Stafford- linj never SPI-T such n sight. U the jiririle I iucoyling traip. Tiis train was oi public .fecure behind, iils j bringing in the men who were- working v-- ave the aiiuo froni betug last Saturday and ad such ,.i drubbing tu the CarJston hlth school ihni when iliese' boys ure grown up are fathers of a Junior buDt-b of their own ihey will "till reoieoibcr the "day'iivhen Ihey "The Western Soil Tillers" as they chrlst- onod the Leavllt in tbo few fnuingb of (he game, but tbo booh worms" by about seven mus. Every "Uwmtt man seemed Io Tsnow just whcrfl Aired, the C- H. S. twirler, was to that aud Ihey not ouly made connectious with it it.'for 2 nnd 3 bags wliebcver they wanted to. This was Ihe lie or "rub" ganc for these two teams aud the Leavitl juniors thus haro Ihe. two out of ibreo luckod Ju (heir pleasant reniemltranccs. The -U. F- A. meelinE held last night was very weJl stiended. Mr. Jel- that. It pointed a moral. The ol open track on some lines; and that the people are desirous of clevat- JDS aniusement. and, given a share ot "it, there will be an intercut and u coa- lenlmeni aroused which will keep their minds occupfed, preveniins ihem from harping on and enlarging on real Imaginary grievances- EiteaJ Ihp of.these entenaimncnia so thai ii reaches every member of Ibe com- .'muQity and exercises their attention interest, thea Ihe in J'. a greater and wider measare. will en- Tit? Deed not necessarily be -''.'confined to music alone, bul can be made to embrace all oilier arauEe- men is, relaTattons aad recreations, in themselves, but made to harmful; by prejudiced and jaun- minds. There is too much ol la the. land. Wherever I'mbujil of pleasures can be is the duty'-o( Ihe State ib'e community not lo pnl unuecea.sary rcsuicllDns on thtni, c course, iJieje scase by the majority''lo "be cohlrary- to mo'rafiljr, ests of thi'lndiTidual and of (tie com- oae (a every JO miles on There is a salaried official (or every 10 men QQ one line, one to J3 nieu ona-ieeonj, aiid one to a hundred men en a third. he "does it cost per annum on the North-Eastern lo ft-eep its Jocoraoiives in repair, id "only ou the Midland (apd Why does tbe aver- tige coach on one railway cost annually for repairs, and only on" another-railnay, or why'does ried on o'ne railway., cost for eath man employed? AND THE TARIFF. To show thai the agitation for I he eduction of'laritf restrlclioDs is not as bas been sometimes urged, confin- ed entirely io iye reproduce Die eastern farmers views, as conTeyed in the AdVocate; of London, Oat. view referr'ed to isjioleJ by. Ihe and thua.dealt 7riLb: To return to music. There was tfon drawn by-one.of the speakflrs.'Mr. Bryuuier. to ihe presence of the choirs of school children and tbe foundation Ihfase: (or 'ihe rl makiDg ol siicli as the, audience on Wednesday This was taken aft. aild one o[ the adju The .children of ay. 'as we i will be, the men and women ol -C" Collivate the tasle for moral pleasure such as'jnuslc among C- Ihe children, and the love lor tbe iii fj-aie, inculcated, al the rnoU recip- ient stage of life, will bear Us seed a hundred fold in an adult stage, wllb tbe seeking after and taking pleasure In beslltiy and eleraling Elevaiicg pleaaurfa tahe away from a too sLrdid view ot life. They educate the people to the beauly'and ]oy ihen Is in life, if. they only feel out tnd en- deaydr to: take a hold of. the" same. Tiie Musical baa comp. aurf gone.' It hie left its lea son hehiod to be Improved on by those who UVe ac InLefefiV'-'lii1 bumanity.-ahd, apart from dividual who threw the (irsL stone accordnisly seized by Inspector Mundy, and :n the attempt to rescue him the melee started. Although it a all Ihe way. with the women specially 'making onslaughts en ihem. (he two heads of poUce'gol their man safely loto Lh? police car and bringing him Into the ciij lodged him in ihe cells. There was another mix-up this morn- ing, tut in proportions, when the train was leaving for No. 6. About 100 men are working ia the two shafts ol the Gait mines. BIG WIRE TAPPING THEFT X. May Judge L. 5IcLauffblin, today held Ar- thur Clement, o[ Montreal, former member o[ the Canadian parliament. Tor the grand ]ury charged wllb grand [srceny. He Is alleged lo have been implicated in the ihell of from Capt. .Michael J. Conolly, a Mon- real contractor, through a P 1A iICKED UP IN ASSING FOH BUSY 1J4N was reduced. l a.quarl_ year, Windsor Is tu havw usphdU streets. BollevlP.e increased the salarr ol ihu lady teachers. Ottawa raised f.-r local hM- pUals by a tag day. Real estates continues to be very active In Hamilton. -T. Russ. died as tbe result of a faH In Woodstock. The Toronto Bureau of Municipal Research lias urged speed a-j a clear track Tor the civic housing scheme. TLoinas J. Tli cm ps on, aged IT, of 567 Pape avenue, Torqnlo, was drown- ed iu Ashbridge'a Bay, Conlraels are being let Tor a double railway Triiro. between and swindle in this city !2le last year J next two days: thai of a sieaJylng influenca T a means whereby both sides to the big controversy between capital and labor may be brongbt (o under- stand each other's view point. His ad- dress was vwy well'revived and loud applause greeted his efforts. ilr. Fairish spolte of the commerc- ial side of.the U. F. A, and outlined the work that had been accomplished ns as tha( which Che farm era of this dUlrlcL were accomplishing' In their organization of'the Cardsloa CX3- operative association. The U. F. A. band was Ibcre in luU numbers and played several selections during the meetiag. The bnncl also re- ceived an invitation, by ,wfre, from Macleod, them to attend the U. F. A. conTcnlibc it fere ou MIT 28. The expenses of the band would be entire- ly taken care of by the Macleod dele- gates, so that Uie" band accepted an'd will motor to Maciedd in the morning and from thero'.'they' Vjll to Lcthbrldge to Uieir own convention the I Citizens of Hamilton are earned to be on the look-out for circus crooks. DornfnfoD police arrested J. E. Blair o[ Gall oh Saturday charged with be- ing a group two descrler unJcr the M.S.A. The hccused was remanded [or one weelc Tor trial. Major X. C. Bishop, Superin- tendent C. H. BlsHoji, 61 Ihe Toronto Board of Educalion. is reliirning ID command too HaLlaliOD, Engineers. Iroo, and CV.'s em- ployed are out ou Ur- W. A. HOM. o( a prom-' Incut surgeon. Is dead, (ires are ragtOK on the out- Bkirls of SiuH Ste. Marie, Fire destroyed v'the homo of Mr. Kfforts arc being made to 'obtain a new organ for Portsmouth ueulteu- llary. NY, J, McCalmob, Luwscleri, .Sask', had bis broken while; hUcbLog horse. Kastvlew canieJ a by- law for Ihe lasillaUoii ol a water syeteiu. V Bankers1 wlU hoM ihelr 15th annual tonvtutlon In Su LouU, September 25. During a lynchtoE ot a negro at Vlckaburs. Mias., Chas. Ltnceehe, a bystander, was killed by a atray bullet. IhU year ttppeJ inaple trees, pounds ot maple sugar, and gallons of syruy. Mflk WAS sold at one cent a cup to children In tbe contested dlnirlcts ot Milwaukee, Wla., from Red Cross eta- tlons. U.jS. Food AdmlDlstration increased European demand 'for sug- ar, aud warns -housewives to lay Ju supplies. A Loralu, O., boy asked his 3-year-old jitter to hold a penny In her .hand while he shot at It with bis rKlc. The bullet lull- ed her. Advertisiog to educate tbe public in economical baying and use of meats ja proposed by tbC'.U, S. pacbera1 as- to stablllzo live slock prtccs. We Hare Pltrer-PJanoa and QrgaAB too In tor Iho famous v MASON RISCH The Ibt It wnttanUr chin tin g but it 70u let us know about tbe atyle aud you want we'll tell you vbea MmeLhtnj suitable CODIM In. payraenU used JnitruiauiU. 'S. Emptoy'me'nt Barrlco, during .lp months' activity, provided Jobs for men.and women. A the Zionist organiiation at New York says Dr. Aaron Aaron- Bohn. discoverer ot wild wheat, was killed In France in an airplane acci- dent. i Chicago milk drivers won their strike and were granted a. a week increase. As usual ine public pays, milk going up one cent to 14 ceno quart.- their own ELs, looli.lo the maVtliig of.ETbeUer world, witS belter meiT and -women, in :1t Thare- Is-ac _; tducation needed pleasure and and in tbe wise selection of thcVou will in time become an instinct, and '_ will bring to the world some degree or that happiness which can be added to ft Adrociie disci ing some phasee pf the tabes the ground that reduction of-.tir-, or, remDvaljir restrictions to niafce farming more attractive zod increase production will redound lo tbe benefit of the'tirharl''laboring and all unaSsocIated with the land ira.are not endeavoring to shirk icy" reaEonable obligations the State may itnpose, and they are willing to bear a just snare of Ihe' burdens." This follows the declaration! that: far as agriculture ia con-" cerned at this lime it I? not a question of free trade or prote'c- lion, but a matter of arranging a lariff schedule that will bring- revenue to the country without stilting production or impoverish-- the many for the benefit of the" Tew. If we must have a tariff for revenue let us have a revenue-pro- duclog tariff, and col one so high., thai It tends lo prohibit the itn- port a Ho a of eommoditfons, and Ihus-defeat tHe very object ol the -jiollcy." ''.'i ..There 13 too'often a tendency, re- marks the Glphe, on behalf of prolec- o Alt.empt Lo make lit appear that It la the radical grain-growers of the whb. arg chiefly responsible tor lafiK-reductlcn agllatloD3. But there is a vdry strong feeling among farmers or "tie East, including those ,who party (aror ot a downward revision. TKt CAMPAIGN FOR PRIVATE OWNERSHIP. There, hae beuq frftely -circnlaleri a brochure in (he shape of 52 queallons, _? witi. answers given containing objec- lions to public owoerSblp of railways These answers Rre very much of Ihe J. ralure of the, cut and tlry arguments ;of the high prolccllonlsl io ravor of I he'tariff, I.lkc there an- nlher eiJe Io the fllLy-lvo objeclions ihe private ownership of railways. These arc dcajl wJlh In a publication .Aunder'the'lKIe "Railway Heoreanixa- PARIS. .May P. Walsh, one of Ihe three rcprcscnlatU'os of Irish Focfetlea In tho Unite-] Stalea RomfeiT'TRANSFER OF MEXICAN THOOPS Maj- .Moses, llcpublitan, ol Xciv llamjuhlrcv' Inlroduccil a prnhlhil Iraiiffirrot Carra'nza Iro'iH across wlllioiif Hnlhorixatiim or iongri-F3. No matter how simple or how serious your foot (.rouble is, he can ttll you (artf ihow you) how to gain Immediate Relief and ,1 vapid correction of the difficulty, Remember the Cc mrc lo conic In. Everybody welcome. W. J. Nelson Co. :Bidi: That peoplo anpredale the quallly of the menu and the "Kfrhby" service Is ah own by tbe fact Um been loreed to enlarge our Tea Room and secure Increased nccommorlalldn for the Bakery and Kllchcn, We JtnOT people do not care to-be crowded when at R Tea Room. You prefer lo a meal or afternoon lea with your frlemt wheni olners nr'e" not seated too cilwayn aim tb make the surroundings And service AS home-like as posillile and believe Ihc Incieased accommodnllon will enable 119 to do this better than over, Plftaflc romcmbcr vco serro a substantial meal, tlic menu offering a Vflrloly of Usb, OYBler.q, aalads, cgge, sleaKa, chops, etc., sandwiches, plea, pastries, fresh or canned fruit. Delicious Ice Cream Dishes Our Sundaes, Ices and Sodas are are prepaVed wtih Pure Fruil Flavors. Nothing but the Best Ices, and Juices arc usid, We Sell Horrje-made Bread, Cakes and Pastries, trie ?Real Home-made Kind We have Gold. Medals for excellence al World's and International Exhibi- tions. When you get it jit Kirkby's you gel absolutely the bcsl. ;