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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE Tire LETUtWrnfiR DAILY S.Y1TUOA.Y, NOVKMHKIM, 1810 l-icut.-Col. Archibald. Canadinn Emigration Agent :it Aber- deen So A visitor to ihe ciiv is LK'Ulcunl- Colonel ArrhituU O. tt. E- who comes from the home town ct G. !i Mjrnoch. prtfi- dent e! the DoirJ o! V mel Mr. Marr.och ami hail many an convvrsation un Canada and lhv> Jistru-t. Colonel is a iV.itiau by birth is in AKTiIivn as emigration tor the1 Canadian Goveniir.eril. lie VMS overseas with Ihs First nivWen ot tin- CY.nadiln Ki- pedltlon.irr Xoreo, Is r.ow ivith the Dominion behalt of the Ininlijiratlon Depart- spotlessly In every ill thai coutd bo wished (or. except lut on (akiug ifiia matter titi u'HJi bo command dud with ilio dielliiuii, were assured lhat ihey wcro trying heir best to have Ilio lea satisfactory to ill I concerned, ''The O.C. verr courteous to- wanl us ami allowed us lo lotcrTlew any palifcnt wo wished in lo Hud If iLiefo weni any complain id. in summing up, as secretaries of The Toronto district, G.W.Y.A., ihlult tbal (ho lustitullou is a credit to the department or soldiers' civil re-i'stab- Ilsiiiuent la Toronto." Tho rriruv T.U'KS tj Members of Ibe Dnnd iiL Moose Javr Station. In' ihe Yi'jt? as toilcws: French. per mem, hiving journeyi-il here from ihc t rfr com: li: coast on his return 'tent.; American. 1- Big Scottish Immigration S.l'j Speaking of immigruion from Scoi- Now. in ihe JaijJ. lYlrrpl Archibald h.iub .n. K.4J pi-: l.t-r ceui.; rue of thoso claim department is concerned j groat Alliei vu'iory due paily to the or America, for that ES .liter, lo any on? r. in particular? her aid LO ihe A'Hc-1 ihe restrii'lioTi or tho lu the volume of tho'e who are aniioa? to come to Canada. U i? the. pur- pose ol the departnieat lo see thai none hui (iesirablps fa the way of new j England mates populaTion eoinc here. There Is not a neliher Joes Frinuc nor Italy, family in Scotland, he but 11.15 (should America? intimate or remote conned ions with licr in the Canada and the Dominion i? Ihc nurb lo be ihnnkiiil t') urltc choice of who are desirous ioT no one Wlll cf making new D0l thu Allies, ivho hare on seve- The flond of emigration, says occasions gratefully acknotr- onel Archibald, is caused Ijy ihe in-1 iejged this fact. Yoi io say ihr.t riLslrial unrest in the Old Country, j America's aid was ihe chief factor the lieav? taxation, and :.he COSL [hal brought victory to the Allied of living there. The soldiers arc Lot r noL only an InsuU to Am- Bniioas (o pet lato rhe oM but rho most civilian life and are desirous of niaK-1 attempt to rob her homes In ihe Dominions. Cau-1 anij of the credit Is ih'eira. MEAT VALUES REMAIN HIGH Meat production bus not kept pace with ibe growth fn imputation la the United States, according to Or. C. W. McCariiitbell, head of the bandry Kansas Stnto Ag- ricultural College-. "Tn 190') there were 6G0 he.iJ of c.ittlc IG the countrj" for eVery 1 he salJ. "This has'now Veen reduced lo S50 head. figures for and sheep show a sunllur In nluo ycjirs hoga have dropped from SOO lo COO head for each thousand persons, I and sheep from SSO (o 450 head." Doctor McCainj.ibc'1 tho meal 1 L-onsumptloD o( tho counlrj- Is Increas "The consumer must, look for high t prices from now LQ said. "Thi capacity of the ranycs Is decrcasln. and any Increase In Hie. supply of btc j must come from the farm, where Ih cxppDsc of production la much grcalc than oa tUo ransc." OREIGNEHS DRAWING BIG PAY IN WINNIPEG Nov. forelgii- onivlovcil In Iho city engineer's leiurlmcnt have been paid as much In wo weeks aa foremen recolvo In n. cholo month Is one of tho cha rges o be mada by dismissed employees who ixirttcIpaMJ'J the sympathcHi: iat orsanisaiion have been ni as a result of the icsil- by and others os :iud Er.ilustries dis- played In their similes. They appear- 1 ed prouj ibat iliey had mapterci their 1 ro, ihe Select Par- Co irijjch P.IL 10 mnucrs. Including the gr.t- luiiy ibe re-es- cf ciuzcns of Can- '.da had scrvod in iho forces. Out o: tills iutcrcit bus n dc- Fire- to ste the workings oi the De- p.unueni of Soldiers' Civil a i ,'mnri. both in ihc vo- oda. on act-ount of ils other attractions, holds the field in ihc n-ay of faror. The unrest In Ihe OH Country is bound to simmer down in that the middle classes, irho not S. OONFALVE3. in the great majority, will stand for anything In tb'e way of Ifgislatlpn no mailer what that class is. said Mr. Archibald, was dem- onstrated in the way Ihe big railway ttrike ended. Prohibition In Scotland j In regard lo prohibition in the Old Country, Colonel Archibald said thai he did not believe thai it would over EO bone dry, Tlie bars might bo done away with and the amount ot con- sumption restricted but this is as far t he thinks the people will go. "There are loo many people In Scot- are fond of their drop ol.j vnisfcey" remarked Colonel Archibald. "ihe Tvomen vvho hare jus I got the vote are baing endeavored lo be or-! ganiz'ed in a campaign for prohibition; by certain women, headed by Mrs.' Lloyd George xrho haa slartetf wilV Scotland as the rock bed, but there i has been nothing so far floua In re-! gard to the men. Colonel Archibald U -vlsHlus Ihe dif- ferent government experimental farms and stations and getting In regard to farming conditions from private sources. i IMPERSONATED LORD MOUNT STEPHEN and it Is that in not one slnglo Inslanco did any man regis- .er complaint regarding his treat- ment by ihe department you repre- sent. We realized that the shorr was' not staged for our special benefit; wo saw everything, went everywhere, and asked a multitude of questions, c-anic away willi the firm couvlctioa that you were taking a large part, in a wonderful work that will be oi great help Lo a grcji number of disabled soldiers. A point that ELood out Above everything ivas the fart ihnt liierc .-vre many distributed As ev id mice of intollisent in- terest, James McAra. presi- dc-nl of brtnth of IhD Gre.Ti V.'ar V'elorjns' Association, vi filed ihe ional in Re- j writing 'o Mr. F. M. Xov. Ercesl r-sstslanl direcior of the department of Stephens, a middle aced man. has solditrs' civil ie-e.-iablithmeDl, declar- anil :i? hospitals, OL Urge number OL meu on the slrcngih 6cen coamit'fd at Ibe court. ed thai he was astonished at the U is alleged he committed extensive scope ot the work being carried on." and professed himself to bs Lord Mount Stephen- He adds: "'What most impressed me was Ihe men in the re- of deparuncnt in SaskatclieTvan have a healthy' interest in their work anil are filling lo Lnke their places in rocicir anJ arc satis- fied." As another instance of this Interest, secretaries of tht G.W-V.A. of Ihe To- romo dislrlct viEiied Spadlna hospilnl After the visit .Mr. G. II. Guslar, sec- retary of the West Toronto branch visited all Ihc wards nnd istked lo several of tht pallenls; ask Ing them in.reference lo food and at Jention received. Jound everything M'Clatys Kbolcnajr SURELY it is every woman's right Jto have a range like the Kbotenay 1 range that she can depend ,J range that is a real joy to work Y a range easy to keep range that "keeps the oven hot" with a small fire, oking-top 19 burnished brighter than steel; it never needs blacklead. The oven woll of nickeled atee! is easily cleaned. The duplex grates clean down the fire with a single swing of the lever. Sw ilu'i fcwui Inquire from Local Dealers. Who Won The War? This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City Thc lollowius letter appeared re- fcntly in the editorial page uf the' Xew Vork Tribiiae: Sir: Anent the contributions that liave recently appeared in your col- umns as to whether or not America iron the war, raaj I direct the atten- tion of your lo Hie following, facts, the effects of which in the final outcome o[ the would be carefully weighed and considered before determining ihls rexed question? These facts, culled lor the most part from Am- erican official reports, are: 1. Thai for nearly 'our years be- fore the Americans arrived in ap- preciable numbers at tbe firing front British suprenfacy of the seas had been starving the despicable Hun inlo submission, and tbat their morale had already become greatly impaired through the hardships and privations they had endured. 2 Tbat It was the TC'ioubtable armies of Franco, under the superb leadership of Joffrc. Koch and PC- tain, which successfully bacfc the tremendous German onslaught i at HID Maine and Verdun, fnre7er Rbaltering the Teulon dream of vie- lory. 3. That French military genius roncelveil the and directed Iho enlirc opeMlionj of Hie armies which brought the Germans j Jo an Ignominious surrender. 4. That tt was Ihc Italians who throughout tbe war engaged the entire Au.ilro-llmigarian thereby depriving (Germany of the help that miEht have turned dcteat1 into victory. 5. That Uritlsh, French and Hal- laa factories, supplied 53 per cent, o' llir tanks, airphips and big cali- bre guns In use berth by the can and allied nrmlcs at the time 6f the signing of tlic armistice. 6. That (he BrllfsJi furnished 75 per cent, of Hie ehlp-j for the trans- portation of all troops, munitions and foodstuffs. 7. That- the total mobilized forcea of America were where- as those of tho Allies, oxrhtalvo of Russia, were jnatlc up aa follows: Ilrillsh, Frftncb, 600.000; Italians, nil others S. -That HIP peiYenfage of actual' Ifhtlng done by (he various arm- J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnish- ed Free. 826 SEVENTH ST. S. PHONE 1483 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 327 1llh STREET SOUTH PHONE 1692 W. M. Harris Agency SUCCESSOR TO H. J. K. SKEITH Fire Insurance, Automobile Insurance. Real Estate Money to Loan Properties Managed GROUND FLOOR, SHERUOCK BLOCK PHONE 1343 T. ROTHWELL WITH: ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F. MILES) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 511 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBR1DGE. ALTA. PHONE 1717 COUNTRY TRIPS A SPECIALTY Gobelle's Motor Delivery Service Draying, Coal Orders and Removals PHONE 16H 712 THIRD AVE..SOUTH C. SELLENS Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES F8EE PHONE HENDERSON GARAGE CORNER Jth AVE. Olli 9T. PHONE 638 STORAGE GARAGE FIRE PROOF AND WELL HEATED ALL REPAIR WOHK GUARANTEED BASIL E. CHAPLIN WITH E. CHAPLIN SONS DPTRPAniMr Gct Your Tlr" tvCiALIlllU Stctlcnal Face Break In Braces. Repairs, We all our work to satisfaction. Oivc Us a Trial. 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1664 CUSHIONS UPHOLSTERED. TRUCK BODIES BUILT Lethfaridge Auto Top Depot 0. T. BLUNT, Proprietor Auto Tops, Seat Covers, Storm Curtains and Radiator Covers, Manufactured snd Repaired. 321 SIXTH STREET S. LETHBRIDGE, NEXT DOOR TO HERALD Mr. Returned Man, Are You a Member of theG.W.VA? VETERANS' TRANSFER (GEO. GREGORY, PROP.) LIGHT HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 1st Lethbridge. Phone 646 Mr. Returned Man, Are, You a Member of the G.W.V.A. ;