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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FUUH THK LBTHBRIDCE DAILY ANO WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Strtet South. Lethbridao W. A. Buchanan President and Matting Director esen an Business Meager MR. TAFT ANO CANADA. Those who h-ive been watchins evenls In Ihe lTniwl lul He interested In (lie controversy that ha's.bceu.going 'n regard lo the League ot Naliuns. From a Canadisu poioVol view, the interest has become acuie'in ihe last over the atlilfode ex-1'refident. Tstt regard lo..Canada's slatus In the League He a mod'-Ji- catlon', in the in ihe council ol the League, .which has already obiajucd the signatories oi the TELEPHONES "Business Office Editorial Oflice AUGUST iuVlutiirtg Can I to., would prac- a pUce In tho council" of the ;LMSie BJ> a nation Tali lake away from the IXimin- ion the position il has earned as a Utah Pioneer Anniversary Oc- casion For a Celebration- Tine Program of Sports (From Our Own OrrvspondenO OI.KNWOODYLLLB. July v Pioneer Day was celebrated here In grand style. Tbe Union Jack WHS hotsled at day- break and a was lired by Awold Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Bubscrlpllon D-iW. delivered, per week Djfil'y. delivered, per year Dzily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per_year Weakly, by mail, per year to I In the in the of at lbo house 13 o Dales of eipirv of subscriptions ap- JS daily on address labeL -Accept incVof after eiplralion ilite fs our aulhorlly to continue the sub- tcription. THE CONVENTION AT MEDICINE HAT. I In ils reli'ion lo the contemplated Ir.-igalion projects in this pan of lh -province, the Western Canada. lrris- Lcnoix' Xewby. The. baseball game losed at the end of the seTeulh. in ling because ot injury sustained by he pitcher ot the Aetna team. The core stood at S-5 in lavor of Aelna. The game was between Aetna and Moisture Improves Conditions in the Macleod The Fall Fair (From Our Own 5 few showers fell in Ihla morning, it has pfthe'Ci )ICKED UP, IN [ASSING rORTBEBUBV MAX some. The idinva u. HUIE, 'Farmers ilo so very down NoaYly evefyono" ivill lave cut and thresh. Somrj wheat..fields eipected spirit reigned throughonl' the day. On Ihe 21st, Eddy. Savage gave, wedding dance, soniewhat helattn'bu no less enjoyed by aff present A Wedding On IhV 32 nd Loose at Georre Burgess -were married or, t quote- Jim Tagg when giving carren cvenls in Mntnal last Sunday evenini "At say, they're married and judging from the flock of ca at Ijoose's place on that date and lh escilemenl coupled ance in the one .-KO.U atnrally say thai Eonielhing appdned. Bishop Leavltt; who Is erfectly reliable man, iferltormea I eremony which clinches tlie fact that hey were really married oh date, Miss iMyrlle Anderso'n, 'of Taylor-' Hie, spent Ihe week here: visiting expect.thai In a usually' la'vpfcd_ wilh ampunl of It showi, howe'ver, that; .lavpni .moiltar'e..- r-Is 'notj confined' lo this', Is i what: Ihe St'.'Thomas; Tirntsi lias to say about .crop condi- Elgin, order {hat our people ma'if'fiiijtr; lhat the nsually abundanl- .peQinsula..of On- .a'Orilliani one.v-iiTi IMW Jbf iriln hn? Inade.-lbe pros- 'horrnaryear remote. 'While- IpAunately. -'-a '.great- dear -ol Iffe il-heal and other rail, grains.-eo- .'caped .the-worsl parl of the rlroulh, they. were neverthelcs s affected, wheat esptclally. The averagt yield f olSvheat tar has been about 13 or 20 bushelB to Ihe acre. This, il Is Etalcd will be greally decreased when 'the poorer wljtxit fields are Ihrnhed. of Ihe grain Ihreaned is shrunken and Ihe >-1el' smafl to- the. .enormous amount o' 1 The bat crop was never more hope Mecfl. ft is really serious. Field aflc ol oats arc ulle.r fnDures an i in many" cases farmers arc turnln .Uhslr cattle In. There IBW even average pat fields In ih'a counlry year and Ihtre arc hundreds-ot jiires that will not yield a Quarter i 'i- Ttia-yiirk of Ihe ilrooght.ia ulso clearly "evident on the many corn- 'i promlacJ extraordinary crop will. If respect for ilselt canriot tolerate heing made the tool in "any political gam certain men on the other side- are playing.' Men like Mr. Tail have go a very wrong impression ot Canada and It 13 difficult to imagine tha thip.ipipression Is sincere. the arrival. of t Capjain Ho ani-fhis: airship on 'Monday, it'wi be a case of "Ship ahoyl The Canada Irrigation Co 1 venllon Iho U. S. Value ot Wisconsin's cheese output this is estimated al a billion dollars. Marysville. Pa., with a hundred ui- labitants, reports no deaths and onli- ne birth last year. V S army opened food stores in Germany to sell lo civilian population. ales'to date total Fiulay ci-chancellor of Greal Britain; will visit Canada, in August o attend the. Canadian Bar Associa io-J at Winnipeg. Prce. Cail or write UIHIIED. Balmoral Block "The Home of the Victroli' A 20 per cenL reduction In rates charged on tho lines ot ORTH DAKOTA'S BONE DRY LAW DECLARED NOT TO BE LEGALLY PASSED BISMAnCK, 'N.C..'.'J.uly Dakota's hone ot legallv passed by the legislature, n the opinion of the slate supreme onrt handed down yesterday in tho ase ot the 'stale against John SchulU. Schulta was conylcled in the lower court of bringing llauor into, the state n violation of the bone dry law. He appealed'on the act was not legally the supreme court upheld that contentlon. WASHINGTON, July Prcslden Wilson is jiving "deep and houghlful consideration" lo '.he high oil ot living, it was announced, todaj at She W.lilteHouse, andrall bmnche ot the government' thai might aid i solving the problem are at work. The president IE 'Understood to have b'een 'deeply 'the slate- lo him yesterday by Warren Stone, chief of. Ibe Brother: hood of Locomotive Engineers, de- scribing the unrest over the country because ot the.'decreased nurcnasing power of the'dollar: BUY HEAVILY IN N. Y. FOR KOLCHAK'S ARMY NEW YOHK, July lives ot Admiral; Kolchak's Siberian 'ostal Telegraph company will z nto effect at midnight lonight. Miss Mary Jenkins, ot Ilatb. Is pro paring lo gather the first cotton cro ever grown in Maine, which she plan ed as aii experiment. Several .so'ldlerii and -sailors ar ported ill at Philadelphia, .as tl suit of driiikiug contest, whc i quarts ot milk were consumed. a JIaSsncnnsells farmer _ p a scarecrow in.lils' cornfield ne le railroad, trainmen pelted It ard with coal that he got over ti ons during the season. government were'among Iho heavies purchasers here today when 000 worth ot surplus Unllei States army textiles were.placed on auclioi by CapL A. A.'Stewart, of.the Quar tcrmaster department. Tolali sale for ihe day, which 750 buyers bid on amounted to with Ad mlral Kolchak's men and representa lirps.oi.tbe Cqlumblan republic bid for the lion's share. rien'ds. She cam'e'-dver wilh her arents on Sunday, Ihe 20th, and re- amed on Saturday, the 20th. The Greene family were pleased to have her as a gnest. Survey Work Progress Roports from the surveyors on" Ihe United irrigation project are that the work Is progressing nicely: There Is another parly surveying a road across Ihe Blood Reserve from here to .Card- slon. Two or our spldier boys arc wilh them digging Ihe pits. -They are Jim Tagg and Earnie Law. Jim says It Is the beat Imitation of work lhat be has seen tor" some time. Mrs Martha Perry was taken to iner hospital in Cardr-tori on-i.SunHay, the 27th, where she can be under the constant care of the doctor. She suf- fered -a'menial lapse'.caused by a severe -nervous breakdown broilghl on NOTICE! WE WILL BE CLOSED During alterations to ihe Oliver Block, for about' two weeks, from August'2nd, after _which we will reopen in new premises in the same block. Buy your cigars by the box and your cigarettes by the carton now and save money. j The Elite Cigar Store AND REID) Three million out of four 'million olders of U. 3.-war risk insurance, mounting to dtscon- nued payment, and permitted .pol- j cles lo lapse. U S. shipping board has an entire! own for sale. II Is St. Helena. In] laryluud. and lias 296 residences, aj cstf.urant. power plant, and all mod- rn improvements. Representatives of tho sis railroad I hopnien'G organisations in confercncij t Washington, feleg'rjipticd (o mployecs over Ihe country, nol tc trlko rending heir demands. final settlement Following his statement Orcal Wnr Veterans at Calgary thalS ho was doing his besl lo get thej government to lift the tan against] old employees ot the post office, whcj forltilcd their positions by Joining 1 Ihe sympathetic strike, so that theyi might-apply lor poslllons In tho postl office service without prejudice. new employees, JInJ. Leo lledmnn, p stales that he had received reply from I'ostmaslerJGcneral Dlond-j in to the cflect lhat-he was placing} Ihc matter before the cabinet- THRESHER WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF CANVAS AND RUBBER ENDLESS THRESHER BELTS AT SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TRADE. J. B. TURNEY CO., LTD. tnte AVP. -R PHONE 755 1245 SECOND. AVE. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD 20.1 SHERLOCK BLOCK DISTRICT OFFICES MR. MAN: Will your employer continue to pay your salary lo your family .afler.ypuv decease? rr. if have your wife's name placed on tho pay Toll Pi Ihc METItOPOLlTAN UPB so lhat. In the, event death tho Home am ho kept going as usual? t This can be arranged by depositing wllh us annually a small .sum ot money according, to .lha amount of salary desired- See oW-.of 'fl'ur Live Wires, O. OUT, F. A; Denton, f. A- PlsicTj S'llnnrahan, Wm. Hurrfdall, Joo Miller, and be- In having your family urotecllon Hied up In this manner. 1 he regarded as a lun by'-thc "flu." Ion in horioV bl "1 D A. Eoulhern -Alberta should see to it hat it Is tully represented at the rrigaliun convention at 'Medicine Hat. L The succdsi of the Trans-Rockies' flight will ,be something more lhan means the expedll mal.l; service, It-will be of con importance" 'f KOLCHAK's 'REPRESENTATIVES ARE NOW IN BERLIN BEHLIN, .Inly Repreaentalive. of Admiral Kolcliak, head of Iho All Russian government at Omsk, have ar rived In Berlin to protect the Inlcr cats of non-Uolshevllt llussla, Tbe socalled Russian coromllloe I not to he regarded as nn. ciactly dip lomallc mission, but Ihe fjerman nlln- Isler of the interior Is' 'CO-orlcrotlng .wllh the commillee wilh regard lo passports for Ilussian fj5 Bre atreaay helghl. i iF-- HrMwejil lanils. In ihe ydfris liii! virinlty Torllie callln; and farmers arc feedfnK hay niid'corn: jn onler to Ihelr. slock, alive. counly will be lucky If it hall a.crop, this year. Our -whole lime-li givtn to the finding of.'ihe proper for the different feet, and to suit the dilfertnt lasKa, We'spetlal-. ize In shoes and Ihe public gel special service wKhaut any extra cost when they patronize an Exclusive Shoe Slore. Our slock is Ihe largest and best assorted In Southern Alberta, have what you want shoes In all widths. No trouble to show goods. A8X TO BE FITTED SHOE9 FOR ALL AQE3 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK SUILDINQ Received Orders Buy all Clawes ol Cattle to Shipped to Dakota, and ai