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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOUK DAILY MONDAY. SUPTEMUKK 22, Ubc alberta BAllY MO WEEKLY I opmenl and to raise revenue are easily .Justified, but there is little Jusiifles- uon lor anybody.being permitted lo abuse the tarifl by using it an Instrument to invreite' the cost ol food." "Abuse the tarill" Is a phrase aptly chosen by the Ottawa Journal. This j h the Iniquity ol tariffs made on a; theory or as a political principle with vigorously rarrlW not only the school but practically 'every public, building ir. town was' smelling slrongly ot formaldehyde Ihe next morning.] and for a day or so afterward. I i School will open again ou Monday', morning and can assure all parent! i I that there will he no .tuiser ot the! children irostnwting lbe England and i in the United States anJ. as It mplles, without IHe tarill to help hern lu these instances, may be said o equally apply to other industries the racier) with which the necessaries of lite are concerned. N'o one can fairly argue that the the tariff In certain cases as a means of revenue unjustifiable. ir Audit Burtau of Circulation Subscription Dally, delivered, per .....I Dkhr. delivered, per year 1.5C Bally, by mall, per year S.Ot Wwaly, by nitU. per 1.SO Weeilr. by mall, per ytar In U.S. 1.00 DtltB of eiplry ot sublcHplloni ap- aw dally on address libel. of pmpera after eiplntlon date k our authority to continue >uV V But (here are tariffs pal tariffs and when they brine actual hardships on the people, as when they are placed the necessaries of life, they rob Peter to pay Paul in the those who trade on the tariff. is a tariff which is considered a wise policy for the purpose of Ing infant industries, but in its work- ing only results In keeping these In- fants la swaddiius clothes for all tiiue. one which is in the economic inte'resl.- Of Which S Vi is For Schools- ClpsSrl Last Owing to Sickness' hoo Let this be a VarnlnB U> all I'areuls by Dr. John Taylor, of Salt L-tie City. lo keep all their children home from [In the Interest ol the Mutual Iraprove- school ol any place else, when one associations. He lalktj aloug more of them has any disease the the llriesxf fecotil work and the duties of vru'ch they not sure of. I of parei fts to children and o( children tura o vruc ey n Mr C S Noble left on Ibe Wedues- to parents. He brought Jorth somo carried commupity In the ments. The school beard cil to order, they struck a tai rate for the year, ol 6 1-2 mills. This Is an increase over last' year ol 1 1-2 mills on Ihe dollar. Hut besides carrying fl heavy burden o'l debt incurred by the building of ihe new school a. year or so ago, the salaries have. Increased considerably. Under Uiese .circum- stances feel that the trustees are _______ the XoblelorJ Ladles' Aid molored oul to the home ol Mrs. Sanderson on Thursday and enjoyed a very pleis.inl afternoon. The resignations of Mrs. Leslie and Mrs. llarrls made it lo elect two new officers for the remainder ol the year. Mrs. Sanderson was elected pres'idtnt and Mrs. Kllpalriek presldenl. The nest P 1A AICKE.D. UR IN SSING' Mr. and Mrs. Amos Peterson enter- tained at a house party mid dance at their ranch near Woolford on Wednes- day evening- Ihe Magrath peoplo Vho attended say il was one pi the best ever. The evening was spent in music -and dancing. Refreshments were served during Ihe evening. The music was furnished hy Hock broth- ers, ol Raley. Those presenl from Magralh Mr. and Mrs. John Magralh Mr. and .Mrs. Jonui meeting of the Xobletora Turner Mr. Poulspn, to be congratulated Seeping Jhej womens' Institute is lo bo held -in Jlr Bnu jlr'6 .Andrew 'Peterson, Mrs tar i.tte as low as Ihey have, A sum of money was toted i purchase ot apparatus for laboratory make it pc 'THE FINDINGS IN THE COALDALE FATALITY. :The "rider appended lo (heir finding the. jury In the inquest on the Coal-'- dale Road" fatality, In regard lo cyclists carrying lights. Is 'one whlcU ahoulb impress the fo? whose attention the recommendation was'Intended. It would not be'toe much1 to say that had Rights bec-n carried on the bicycle the" lad Sodcr- (r'eeh was wheeling, there would Lavs ten far less chaaces-of the' -twine, place. 'or the safety of bicrrli.-'tsl Vut for pedestrians it is essential that The tariff as it stands today lull for the school. This I the MacDoujall House on Tuesday.! Shellon, Mrs. Hnrold Wood, Mrs. Iliel3ept. 30. It will he'well worth every; turner, Mrs. poulso'n. Mrs. Craven, sconce, woman's tiiue to come, as the meeting .Misses Clark. Craven and will ____.. possihW to have just as goo'l as high schopXcourse hero.In Xoble- ford as they can give fh The trustees are determined-to make! Ihe N'obleford schnol eciual to llie best. At tho cdfourmneul of the school board, the vlllaje council tooi their JL TN> National Policy seats. They assessed the Tillage at ,'1. v i 13 mills on the dollar for general pur- is not a national benefit Ilh mm the part It at presenl i? playing in j TMB is an> over Isjf year o! idding to an intolerable position In i 3 1-2 wills on the village pte. caused regard p the people's food and cloth- ing, it -calls for immediate revision add reconstruction. Is lo be addressed by Miss B. Houlton, of Calgary, honorary Eecreury-trcas- (he SI. Dunslan's Hostel tor Blinded Soldiers and Sailors. -v The Musical Eckharts played, (o full house on Thursday night- The ball-ringer's arc always appreciated nud Ilarton Poulson. A pleasant nitcrnopi'. was spent when H number of friends met at the home of Mrs. llealherskav: to fay gooilbie to MrSi Leslie HasmusEeu. who hns gone to Utah to_ make' her future home. A luncheon 10011. The uidiislrlcs. of Kitchener, claim to need 2.500 lilenv Slowan. wife of William! H. Heed, aged Gl, died In Woodstock 'The ileilh ot Pyler S. Mclaren, ul the age of 90, occurred at his homo jn Tiverton. Toronto building trades unions are moving to have agreements signed In tho (all Instead of the spring A rccepllon was' tendered returned Italian soldiers at Toronto who sc-rved "with, tho Canadian anil Italian armies. The Jincral of Lieut. Kvun Price. 0. S. O., M. C.. took from his home, 1'arkwood place, Toronto. Kent county milk producers have raised (lie price to the dealers, eltec- live Oct. 1. from to S cents X' quart. Kortlr Uraul Liberals at' Paris nom- inated W. O. KeuJrick for the legis- lature Instead of; the silling .member. Scot Davidson. Howtvnl MacArlliur. a druggist ol everyone. The Musical tck-j A bundle Ehower was given in honor Onil-well known 111 Toronto le. A nelic-ious 1 nurlng.lhe iifterm and the. program was varied enough !was lo'please everyone. The Musical Eck-j A bundle____.....______ hurts well deserve the name and ;o[ jjrs n. oib> on Thursday after 'noon at her horns'. She was the recip- ient of a number ol beautiful and nse- proved themselves entertainers or a high order. After Ihe concerUlwhall i thlpe bicycles be corupellea :j THE FATE OF BULGARIA. To use a colloquial expression, we may be said 10 he fed up willi peace treaties. We1 have hart the Peace many. In Ihe big interest this oc- casioned, treaties wilh the other Powers :whOiWe_re engaged in the war nave-ljeeu Ireafod; carry lights. -This, should become a against :tls Ire regulation and it should be applied I as'minor tli.mgV-as Without 'delay. Coroner Humphries, at the ]fid down some very good advice TJrhich "should he hteded by Ihosp 'dVnlni or driving uiolor cars.'- 11 Ibat they ihould periodically leit their DATE as to the capability bf-thi'Same to act lo a call for a snddcn.stop id ihe shortest distance possible. Tho aM 'MMrfeacr 'hrakM should lie -periodically; -Every driTer "ibouW plice hbBtelt In a pcxlllon so u to know taaiMdlitelr how (o act how car would act. in. a case r'tt u emergency which' mllht resan Vim faullty cot- ilers or'ieiV! KaiffirreSce.'li 'popular niliid. We "hue had' the terms of Ihe Peace- Treaty laid down to Austria, and the latest have been published in reapect to Bulgaria. -'There has been no intention in the drastic'ter'm? 4ld jown, to re'sard-any one of the u'atloni wlio were formerly arrayed atalnst as worthy ol compunction, They. hire. Been looked on at one loat for 'nil, in dls- Knowlecfee of. tils s. Important is the kind il largely hy expenses in '.connection with ihe epidemic of Influenza last spring. Following the council meeting a meeting of the health committee was called. On account of continued absence of the chairman; Mr. J. Harris, il was necessary .Co appoint j now.chairman, pro tern, in-lbe per- son of Mr. F, W. Quarantine _ committee h-d work on.H5 hands. For some time there, have been' cases al chicken-poi in town. On Wednesday-morning other cares' were reported to the the school, making it necessary lor 6 more pupils lo slay away. At. the same time it was reported that scarlet fever-! had broken out In one ot the families, pend- ing children lo school; so the secre- tary of the health committee was at once nolHiea. At this 'news there was more or lesz of a panic, and when the teachers 'relumed at noon only, ah oul half Ihe pupils However. Ihe. principal announced that there would bevno: school nntU-thc health officer had-given sh'nuld be done. .On'-.examining the cleared and ilie young people en- Joyetl a dance until the wee sma' ful gills. Mrs. J. H .Turner eulertnlned a number of her friends ou Ftiday alter- Iuoou.' Mrs. Hilller was hostess at a quilt- Ing party on Mrs. Ina Peterson entertained' in honor fl her sister, >lr3. TJrnven, ol Parson, Uiab.xyvho is here. j Miss Mary Malklu leit on Tuesday for Ixjgan. she will spend buried on Saturday. Ho is sur vivcil'by his wife. The u-imsporlnlion homeward o plilnesc.laborers who liavi served in France war and ?cortslrucMon period Is lo take WARNING .s To Buyers BE CAHEFUI- uow. RS never bclore of new planua.ul- ferrd uur- galns." Wlfcii stsel. uood. felts. etc.. nil hlRh lo price, and labor costing more, .even' nood maker must sell at an Increased price. MASON RISCH our of selllns -tbroufh our own fictery slores Ihe price as low as pos- sible. Special Sargent In 'Used Instrumcntc, Easy terms of payment. Aslt for-Style CHUloguc; mm m mm Balmoral Block. Hemt ol Vwtrola' tcross 'Canada, via the National rail-v ways, and will lake mouths. Corbetl and fiiiiilyTot CJiat- liaitl.' liad'a narrow csuajic front drown- ing wheii 'Ihelr 'In a deep ditch near Oil Springs. some llmo visiting rolalives friends. Dr. I.ouls I'. Sliai.ka. ot the inl- and i veraily ul .Wisconsin, has heen np- i pointed 10 the .faculfy uf _ "Western Miss Marsarel Watson .and -Miss I university, as BUcccsor to Dr. A A I.yle Shelton lell this week for Logan, I Livlnsstone, .Head ot the department Utah, where they-will ntlend school, I of romance _'.... of "hoif lo reader first aid In "case other accidents.v Motor cars, aa part of vehlculfl are '.increasing 'doily, H be "comet, .therefore, the more HIT tiiat drirers should train them- lo Insllnrtively know how lo ,icl in casea dl emergency. The Inf tlmate tuowledge ol the power ol con- "trol thty have pyer their mEChines -and .Dow-Uicy-TilLanswer lo.lhla.con- Iroi should be realized, in the Interest or aiiely lirsl. as the' primary equlp- Bfleot of even" one who owat or drives car. driver, it lie as In the case''of the ooe in -the recent la'talily, will do hit ulmoH to stye injury lo others. Such will sain greatly in ultimate Jf Ihe polnls we have referred to art studied. turblng lie fllinre peace ot Ihe world, should be curtailed.jEaclj one of the e'neiny nalions aas whined under the in tha peace JlreatiM.1 Bat Ihese whinings will hr jio ineans bring the syropalir which patients, Ihe.JfT H- Oy'p.ronounced the case to he scarlet prderei strict quarantine, thiftlp school and oilier places wjiere; Iho ezposed hnd been rauEl Th es 2" _ rders. Nick Geniski, Missing from Gang, is Found in Hushes t With Throat Cut' (From Our Own correspanociiii KEHN1E, B- C., Sept. >e5lui-. day alternoon when the C. P. R.'sec-j .ion men near Jaffray returned from worR one ot their" number, Nict Gen-1 iski, was missing. A search yas In- stituled and he was found, apparently i lifeless, lying in a pool ol blood in j some 'huihib (near the track. Theji police were immediately summoned; and reaches the scene at -whenj he was found to beiatlirallTe Ihpushj his windpipe was completely, severed. Ur. Assclstlne, ql, Fernie, was: called and the miB-jras'.. removed i Fernie this morning. 1 No motire'ls Vno'wn Wr the attempted suicide. THE-EDGETI AGENCIES Ltd, (Successors lo Signer jnd Edgett, LJmlled) INVESTMENTS AND FA LOANS I INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS 'FARM LAND AND CITY PROPERTY. V I Block, Lathbridgi Puriips and Slippers We hW. a couple of lines of Misses' and Growing Girte' Pumps, and Slippers ,in Patent Leathers, also a very: fine Kid LealHer. with very sensible heels. Thes'e are' In lie latest, shapes ami range in price .from' _- to per pair, widths A to D Slake' Jour -selections early and savc'illsapimlntmenl. V-. SHOES Fok'ALL GESJ ASK TO E'FITTED J; NELSON 620 THfRD AVENUE SOUTH- ihe whtaers would crate Irom those who hare teen "the sufferers of neeS- Ie8s.parnrand The Baliaiis have heen' the blgeest problem in international iolitics. .To British, Empire In parlicular 'hey I an ever reiine problem. They hare heen so many volcanoes irom' which the lara might at any time I have flawed with disastrous all Bulgaria, was created an autonomous Stale policy towards! ptesent Balkan lion. Instead ol betrlj the Salve, It ETTEH INSIGHT INTO OF TARIFF'.. has. proved lo be Irritalive, and the It took In the jar fully showed'the'llllle kingdom in Ita true I The lenni imposed on pletely anylhlng of menace 1 It might he to Ihe future, trdnquility j ol Ihe Balkans. They go very fur solve the complex Balkan situation-1 Reilncef-in wllh concessions tiriil.ln Lhe eitenilmadf lo army dlmln, which it il carried dntiej iited merely, a with a loodstulfl are naTrredu'Ced ;w nothiner it. hecomea -noiei dtere aonenlity..- of the Bli inia'iority in the helgh't lo whlcli Balkans tits uidersona.mjny changes VariceaVhaTe Urilf is being recent times. The tT.ea h'y those "wlio may' v: last ;lhe "best In Iho lo hold prejudiced viewa'Jn'ita karat as to '.'taror, In a dilferenl lighl it if trailed and who not. fonMrtr viewed. We might adrf It Those, who fought against are 'ha. cone lo be lookei on with tin now our' debtors, and In HauWallng Ihe I '.cold common seme-ln the bill there Ihe opportunity of direction to which a hard mltinillnpr'lo the huslneit iaad la.l policy eitend.. leavlsg Intrigue.and the. endeavor to -The reference 'of.Judge Sobion, ol acCortpllih idle amhlllons'alone. the Board ol Commtrce, In rticrd lo the measure Ihey have learntjhe Tfls- Itrifl on the' ot life dom they have been forcibly tod Hi IntlnenCe on the price of these Ihey should prollt Ihereby. 1 has attracted consider-! mention. Wilh Ihls attention I Ihere ihould he much ol-hopefulnesl that 'flews-'In legard to rta'd 'lippl.IcaHon of. ihe farllf ai ' greatly The result ol Ihe poll on Saturday lal Twelve -Mile Coulee showed tbnl the majority volera Tpled like good] I men and true. CTANFIELb'S Unshrinkable Underwear gives you thing that any other underwear can givV you. Stanfield'i gives you some things that no other underwear can give you. you pay only wnat absolutely unshrinkable of the finest material uv the world is worth. All good dealers sell Stanfield's. t< that the plfawl .tionsertVtlve nteri to Judge Hobson'i re- ae (o tariff and foodstuffs thus: cbilrman ol ihe ________ Ike tariff lo in- tMr