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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fOLR THE LF.THBTCrDOF, DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SKPTEMBER 10, 1920 >lctbbcibge, Hlbcrta X DAILY AND WEEKLY complication should be is a nutter (or negotiation wiUi the Uuminloa authorities and with aloue." M, all that Iw 5uys, Mr. Martin yokes western oyiulon. fi'Itc natural ivsmirves should transferred to tha witstera provinces. because they belons t-i the western i Do You Proprietors and ;THE LETHBBIDQE HERAID PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th So'jth, Ws-'A. BUCHANAN and Manajisg Directoi John Torracce Business Macagei fcember Audit BT63U o! Circulations s Subscription Hates: i' Peily delivered per i s Daily, bj maH year----- li by mail for 6 aioa'i; j V, Dliljr by mail 3 months b> laail per year Wiekl) by mail per year to U.S. WO .25 s.oo -.250 t provinces aud the 'eastern provinces i j have us proprietary interest iu tbem j at nil. [5U Th? Ottawa Government might as well in-t at once. The natural re- soiinos can never used as an elcc- tiun cry agulu. Tbe people have been U-L M !lh it loo oHeu already, and attempt to advance it iu an liou would do more harm t'.iaui -vioil fy the Huverument. Mr. en, now that ho is in nuthority to uiitlit strengthen himself consider- ably in the Prairie provinces were he _, to lake tbe full and i haci) resources over to .AlberU, j Hjujkatcuewan and Manitoba. If the- ti1 (.-astern provinces h4ve "a claim for TODAY'S QUESTIONS liy was the Eugllsh lei suvcessllt'ly swum? YYhnt Is Ihe distance of the su ini, and what was the time mado'.' 3. VYhut womeu have essayed tlio ieal? When did tho word "Conserva- tive" come to be used for What Is a ConsislciryT 6. What Is "Conscience THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS lire What Is the oldest rlivg Floats tjvcr.School Build-, Staff of Teachers iFuMn Our Own BOW ISLAND. Sept. Bow IsbHd schools re-opened after the summer vacation yesterday. Sept, 6th. l; good to see ;he "Old flag" floating over tha .building. This year have an entirely new staff of teach- Who were called What is the origin of the word Is the difference between Mr. Ware tho principal; MEss l- "lu ill and IV; Miss Holmes bar- s te erence eween Parent" and -heir-presump- lDS Brados II; ..Miss Draudson, 1 wrk. Thera hj has th? better terms they can present them entirely a's a Tlie natural resources lire the business of the western provinces aloue. Wlica was Newfoundland by Euslaud? has been lii town tho past week. Ha luleuds to remain till the guius Intends remain Jill srilu Is threshed.' i i Mrs. P. Drown, llauff, is u guest at tbo hoiuf Jlrs. Mr. 'Mrs, have as their iapuht'er; aad hus: band, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. PICKED UP IN PASSING O K T H E B U S V M A N 1 MARTIN ON RESOURCES Premier Vartfa of Saskatchewan, i q ha: put forward a very effective case Jor the tran fer of the natural re- sources. .The .question of the transfer of the natural resources to the prairie pro- .Tinces has been brought prominently iibVlhe front by stateroeuts made by George Murray, ot Xova -Scotiai. who says: "At the last ses- 'slop of the legislature, a resolution was passed calling for an early con- ference with the governments' of .New Brunsv-lck aud Printe Edward fa reference'to the claims of r tbe maritime Provinces against the 'Federal government with respect to western lands and the cash, subsidies paid to western provinces In lieu of lauds. I deem'this matter, of the highest Importance and shall press our claims with the utmost vigor for a readjustment of the Fed- eral subsidies'on such a basis as will give to Nova Scotia a fair compensa- tion for the alienation of vast terri- tories In which our province had a proprietary Interest" Martin disputes this con- tention: ot Mr. Murray in no tain terms 'It Is surely a hold thing to say 'that Nova a province, pos- sesses a proprietary interest in the nptural resources of Sas- 'waa and Alberta. She owns her cpvn natural resources, and now ANSWERS _er (rn she demand! a Bhafo of he sayv Tflem lie goeB on to point (fit section is clearly .set forth In a memorandum filed' at the lima of in :Ve wa3v stated lhat 'recognitionJpfVt njat of considered 'would Sn-irtuhlly establish sa acimissiou on our part that all the. otiler provinces have a -right .to' Btifre in the beneficial interest In our gThs attltnde of Ontario and Que- baciBt-the conference In Kovember, was particularly disappointing le Prairi4 provinces. Both of these Inces Shve had their boundaries' ily extended, without any objec- it all being raised' by 'Western _Ja- it jwaa never even hinted ___ft province was en- to" De considered when the Ontario -and. Quebec "being .extended. oc- jd to aa" to.clalni that.we-.wcrs flclally Interested In the public .aln tnai was belug added to them, 'e aid noLconsider that the govern- ._ent tils province had any right cftoT Interfere Yet notwithstanding fact''when it is suggested that the natural resources within the iBtlng boundaries of Manitoba, Sas- and AlberU be turned jOter to these provinces for the pur- 1 of administration, thereby plec- theBO provinces in the same posi- ai other provinces of Can- Ontario and Quebec immediately ;e the position that they are bene- in tho resources of 'estern' Canada ond that these re- rcSs'oaimot be transferred to the tinless they are compen- Otie cannot lind language enough to condemn such ae- on the part of the two wealthiest BUILDERS c nmde the event of the season. A revolution in SerWa predicted. Is the Serb anxious to be 'served" by a change of government? A Saskatchewan correspondent of the Winnipeg Free Tress suRKeals llie name of (Ico. K. Mcnraney, ox- M.P. for tlie vacnsiry in ttie Senate created by Senator Douglas. The motion will, be seconded, we imagine, by most of I'ne people of Kaskatchriwan observes the Kree Press It will ho endorsed also by all those acquainted with Me- Craney. NY, better nil round msn ever fut in 1'arliamont. Clean, hon- oralile, independent, .ind a most sin- cere friend of tlie people, ho wo'.ild be a distinct addition to the Senate. (From Our Own .TIJIISON', Scpl. in .1 busy lltUe burg at jirescnt, wheat cutting is nhnllt all leaving some- flnx and oats lo he cut somewhat lat- ter. lioloss find Kelson have commenc- ed threshing, first to be threshed In IJils district. Tho wheat 13 cf good quality going fil Ibs. lo tlie bushel, tho death ot -School has started at Owens school, '-.in Hiss Whlto of Cardaton In charge AS teacher. Dr. .1. T. Xi'Wlove from K'lla. U.S.A., has arrived to look after Iiis farm bo.ro. Pelhnm is carrying his nrm in duo lo being hurt in a binder. are in order for Iiis recovery, The N'. Uawlf flrain Co. have opcrl- ed tlif-ir elevator here. This elevator lias been closed for two years owing Ft. Rev. V. M. 'ahT'tSIrs. Gilbert motor ed lo Jlerlielne1 JIal last Thursday to allenti a ciistriot'tneeting. filnther'spent her hdme In Hal.' "Mr. a, Medicine Hat Vi.sitor over Miss (iiailinnh nild Miss RoBers who spent part of their '-nmmor vieallon in How Islam! have lelt for the oast. Mr. and Mrs. Uolffi with thoir son-; and Mr. anil A. V. Wcrts with fhclr sons. Vndtorcd to Ronalnne on Labor Day. Mrs. rhtiimed from Mctllcln1 j Hal recently where she had been II In the hospital. Her friends will b pleased lo learn lhat she is greatlj Improved in heallh. Mr. and Vandervort ot Lelh bridge, were gussts over the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. T. Ingoldsby, turning to their home today. Mrs. KO. Downing and son Vlncen have gone to Glelchen to spend shell lime with Mr. Downing, who I ImilcliiiR IIOUBCJ there. Mr. anil Mrsi :Alf. Hobson motore to Meillflnx IlRl lodny. Mrs, Ifobson who wont io Vancouver for the hen flit o c of her IieaKH, relnrneil laal Thurf lo dry tenons. f has Mr. Ostlund of of samo. day and lier frldndn will 1m please to.learn (hnt Ihc climate was benefli ial. Mr. and Mrs. La Marsh, Medicin Hat, spent Oauof'Day with the latter parents. Mr. and -Mrs. .1. Pollelt. Mr. E. C, Ltidtko now ot Cayley shows that only. a sharp blade can-give a perfect shave, also that a blade cannot re- main sharp without stropping. Couple these faots with the fur- ther fact that the AutoStrop Razor is the only safety razor that sharp- ens itself, and you will be in no doubt as to which safety razor to V- Any dealer will, derho'nstraite the AutoStrop Razor to you, guarantee satisfaction or refund of purchasa price, Only with .strop and twelve blades in. an attractive assortment of cases to suit any purpose. AiitcStrop Safety Pizor Co., Limite'd AutoStrop Building, Toronto, Canada ;