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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldgo W. A. Buchanan President and Managms Director John'Torrance rawness Manager TELEPHONES Buslne-ss Office Editorial Office-................. 1zz'i Isler .Weekly, by mail, per year to US. 2.0 Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap pear daily on address label. Accep ance of papers after expiration dat Hs our authority to continue the sub .MONDAY. AUGUST HE MEW CHAIRMAN H THE RAILWAY COMMISSION. The Canary Albertan seems to have ,st any good opinion It may have eld of iiou. Frank Carvell. Us chief rawlwck is that It does not know the roan. In the sense that tha term is used he is not popular, not because ie lacks an agreeable personality but jecause he is couraseous enough lo -ay what he thinks. For the sake ot be'iug popular ho does not pander to new ideas, it he does not sincerely ieve in them. Probably some of his outspoken opinions on public owner- ship and labor troubles -have influenc- ed Drouth To Interfere With Thous- and in, Prizes I'elitions From Raymond, Stir, ling, Magrath and Welling, Now Before (he Pro- rincinl Government RAYMOND nolhlng lcing called off on. account of Ibe much has'been-published of la'.o thc thirteenth annual exhloi (SoecUl to The DIUVU ui-i." t grariice Hie southern irrigation pro- ject, Including the districts of Saj- nvnu. Stirling. ,he movement is gatuerlai slrensii. in fact, irrigation is a very live the south country. itn trie of .the Barnwrtl project, and throi 01 tuc Ib2 actual breaking of Ihe sod, new in- terest has been aroused in the sub- ject. the Albertaii against 'him. One thing the .Albertaii niay. be .sur> ot and itial Is that Mr. Carvell is sincere. x> MONTANA'S MOVE I 'FOR STATE IRRIGATION. The neighboring state of Moatan lias a .problem 'timjlar to that of Sout ent Alberta in overcoming the drontl that periodically visit it It is not su p'rising lhat, in the .circumstance. 1 ;gation there should be the topic of general .interest, just as much as it is here to-uay. There is a proposal in Montana 'fiat itiie .Slate should .embark cu its own irrigation scheme, issuing twenty- 'iive million dollars in bonds for tha purpo e 4 bill for this sponsored by ilavo Ne-vman of Great tall and Hepresentnt've McCoranck -of ill" BOula' is" now. before the legislature for the furtherance or the scheme Montana as a state hopes to so into ;the irrigation business on its -own, accordmglv, independ ent and pnvate enterpn e In 'the proposal there is''shown ,a :ipirtfof -enlenirise and 'self-reliance Independence that i highlv com mendable there a con -ildence behind the propo al tiat the mone- spent, with the it will bnngr is a business inve tmont "tStoney spent on irrigation more than exempt lies the truth ot casting b ead wajer will come in laany'dajs It more than io-ne a the epianence ot irn gatlorT whereve ined proves. j The movement "60 fool in Xlontan mav well find its counterpart in j f1ie ta (jomg ,nto 'he reclamation business on its own is a business prop- 'osition which the province may well entertain without any fear of losing out 16 the iina! result. It .will neces Jiarily mean getting the big irrigation v scheme staned without de'av avoid ing lie about Uie hu h jirblch searching around for other "mean for an es-eatal underlakinr will Imply' U rs a policy which Is bound to be lucrative not only to the .farmers intlmateiy -interested but to prorinca as a whole H is a ness and a Beneficial policy combined. In'-siYlng the scheme proposed in Montana its approval the Pall Tribune styles it a digclfied pOa tion {or the Stale to late The 'ame apply to such polio adopfd by'yihe, province of -Alberta, in addition to fearless and out spoken. Probably it he had been The of this section of the ICKED UP IN [ASSING VOK TUE BUSV WAN tion ot the. Raymond Agricultural Soc lety will be held'lu Ihe Victoria Park fair grounds on Wednesday and Thuis 13 and H. Preparations are now under the view ol maktas the-Joir and sports a tangible evidence of .what, Southern Alberta can do in a lean year. Mark H. Brimhall. president of. Ihe associaUoa? and S.-Ksrnham Ktoball, e 01 secrelafy. both express themselves iiu-c nued little conversion to the over the prospects (Of e ol irrigation. Most of .them a successful fair. "U is surprising the from Ulah and Idaho, two states amomjt 0[ in attribute their present said the secretary, "and although this p odu.tiveness Jlrectly to irrisatlon. u a YerJ. ab- year. we _. InPTfl-1 What KlRlD Ex-Aid. Simpson, Brockviltc. died at the age of 71 years. Philadelphia now second largest port in the U. S. Montana copper miners wero given an increase ol jl a Jay. MiiX Is soiling for U cents a q.uarl Windsor police are asking for a 10 per cent It Is'proposed to liulld a hotel t Inverens Port Stanley: Toronto Labor Officials- expressed .as hostile to Big Unlcii" idea. Rev. Father Jolra E. al tiveuess recy o a YerJ. year. ll the farmers here are there- ly go-oa eAibit. nisls and ver more of a diplomat he would not have mailo so many eneaiies. But Frank Carvell says what he thinks and con- sequently nobody has auy reason to doubt where he stands on any public question. t In ihe Public Works' department he besieged always by, members and deputations urging the expenditure of mbce> on public work Unle s the was really agement received irom the He Relieved in keeping doftii publ expenditure hii abrupt to lood the mates up nth items tor puolic work made him more or unpopular with rthe members at Ottawa who try to Influence the, result of the .next'election, in their constituencies "by locating a whan po toTtice armory m some 'de liable spot where will nflumiced "Carvell a good rosn Canada to in the Putflic Vorks In recent years. Uke the iite Weiander Jiatkenzie he_kept closa gtard on Uie trea ury a- far a. was ;ible in'Li department The best man Canada ever had-a the head of the Railway ion Mabee was a plain friend o the people The, public' always go deal from him In ou opinion Carvell of these characteristics of Mabee H is true that he ha- teen called a corporation fore experienced irri gat ignis Is, and h'aj maturcd Is ot very fine hr-v are anxious to secure more water Tlla exhibit ought to be wel The" splendid gardens and hay lo the average. Special prlies are thrown this section stand out in bo d the''best gardens. The live relief as evidences of the absolute slock departments o.ught also to be need of irrigation and silently lUsUCy WDll. fllled. Then with the the wonderful capabilities of Al- ,gram of Spori5 and races, the fai soil jvith a pleatiful supply this yer should be successfully heli ter i from every-point ot-view." t petition from the district' in- sij. dollars are offered i: cfuded in this project in the priles and The south country hand- ot the prc-vincial government. (5 BOW teing covered with prize lists. If action io taken theio program5 advertising and ,s no hkoliliood of the people reject- the that Raymond will II3 Oil Burke will juuii nv eave; Toronto to take .up .work Ip the tJnlted States J. H. of has been appointed fruit iuspoctor for Wostori Ontario. The proposition would carry U ,fot ins The proposition wou ca to mecM ,fot peasure-se with a whoop, it i.v predicted by irr August 13th, and The grounds There is a hitch I beta prepared tor ration leaders here. ration leaers ere. Dug between the Dominion and -Provincial fte is eipectedjhat overoments on ttie guaranteeing of all win be in _..j Tin rinnllt the I f houds "and this U no., doubt th hiug that Is stalling the process ot scheme. buildings being prepared for on, is eipected that in' readiness by nest week- The sports are in charge-of J. W. Evans and Lefoy T. Skouson. both ex- perienced men at the game. Sevenly- perence five dollar purses are huns up for .the horse races. It Is alrcadyknown thai some fast ponies'will ba .seen on the Imal turt, Kinsey will be Ihere'wiUi his string. -There'are two big racing Robert M. Cox, a pioneer lumber merchant at Ottawa and of Unsrpool. dUd in his 83rd year. Pie. Wm. McFaol. Batlalion, formsrly of Campbell ford, was drown- ed in. the Molra Hiyer, near Foxboro'. Fire destroyed the .home and con- tents ot Clifton Huliman at Orwell. Ontario. The New Method Laundry building al St. Thomas was destroyed by lire Farmers in the vicinity of Inger oil predict that the potato'crop wil ie a failure; C. M. A., has been appoinl cd commercial specinlist at the Wood stock Collegiate. J Jas. -Bowlby's lite was saved by .the barking ot a dog when his- 'apartment look fire at St. Thomas. i'' Small, houses to be :DUilt -'b-f the 'Housing' Commission- ot iSf.' Thomas isterTof'Qm'ohurch pt'England and Is. jjl .vicar "of CUrisi church, Jlr. Kdgtll, Wl: .Ihelc inairrago. at Jlarlello, 0.. hour of their houeyj moon on a'fire' truck. .The1 groom ,ls a fitemau. and follftwiug Iho ceremony his folloV-workera kidnapi-ed the LSiuplo and bells clanging and sirens screniutug rode'them all over the city. V During the progress of the Prince of Wales through Canada ho will lie accompanied by Bir Henry Iturstall. who rose to the com- mandant of the Second Canadian Di- vision 'overseas aftur distinguished service. Major C.1 S. Cold man. M. P., of xmdou, Eing., for some time the own- er of a ranch in the Nicola Galley, 13. C., has purchased ad: dltloual acres adjoining bis uropcrir and expects to make the .valley-his permanent homo as he is very.fond of the location and the people, and is desirous'of .becoming relieved of his business and political duties In the Old Country. Dr. I. N. Cherniak gradualed at the Western University in 1917, and in June, 1918, he commenced the of medicine al Windsor. On July "Tib, 1019, the Council of Ihe College' ot I'uysiclaus ,and Surgeon? decided to rase his name from the register, action following bis conviction by' the ocal magistrate onVcharge.of breach of Ontario Teiiiperance .Act, >Ir. live stock comfnli siouer, .in an address at Prince Al berl, said that the horse was still the cheapest form of for. plowing He said that actual experiments made dn.riog the summer fiad shoS that the cost of plowing an' acre You'll Be Proud To Own a Masoi Risch Sold ori. easy terms if desired. Ask (or style. booklet. Bilmorll Block J "The- 'ot the Vidtrola" land with gasoline .tractor was wltli Bteam and .with horsea, 98 cents. Mr. Robertson said that Saskatchewan led the Dominion at present with over a million head of horses. He expected to see, the price for horsea advance as soon as ,the European markets, were open. events each day. Relay .racei, tilting, saddle horse and pony-- .novelty races, .foot races.- etc., will also he.pulled oS. But the greatest.attraction will likely be the stampede events. There will be steer riding and- roping, broncho rid- OR AN tB A, Aug. and 'Mrs. lfagl and ail V special attraction 1 management are advertising that will ride the wild (From Cur Own Correspondent) man hut rto e who knon him ma t admit thsl he was not an anti -V H. -viares and Mrs. Kelson were Vis- itors to Etzikom onJViday.i I a Mr and Mrs. Clarence Henchel.left, on Tnesday iii their car, prospecting. Mr Henchelhas disposed .of .his stock, including thirteen milch, cows. Mr and Gibson and (Chil- dren of llaleh, spent Eiinaay the guests Mr and Mrs. T. Mike fiahka arrived from Cranbrook, B T on Thursday. Farmers in this community are-busy culling-their.'wheat and surprising nimalon'the-grounds. This event will cost from to JI.920 .each. i V. W. Power, for eight years editor the-Kootcnaiau, has assumed- the editorship, of this "M tains- Truth. SL "'Paul's Presbyterian church, Prince Albert, has called Kev. K. -Mc- Dpnaid, ot Carmichael ch'urch, Regina. :The British 'House ot. Lords decided to delay giving the right to peeresses THRESHER BELTS WE-HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF CANVAS AND RUBBER ENDLESS JMRESHER BELTS AT SPECIAL-PRICES TO THE TRADE. ccrr.wn R PHONE 755 1245 SECOND AVE. 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA railwav man certainly nol tool of ihe railway He. did hi own th'nking and i' it helped toe rail i ay it was not because tie railways controlled hii mind The courgae and fearlessness of Frank Canell II car ed to the Railway commission should make Wm as much by the eopfe as was Mahee Frank Carvell s a true friend ot the people; he. has !iem in the past and we are sure iie will stand for their in .rests in the ioUre cung.e., them elves -atjthe. number .pf-hnshels per acre. v- evfery farmer is Iftjl feeling sure of getting his sefd back aadlUien some. -It.pays to be.pptimis tie and rais wheat with 'riti will it d( with lots.'ot rain. The-wheat in mos elds but the-head re filIed''E'6oa. But yorir. correspon ent will take and, report th .Captain Hby recepuon ih iHould meefwith a'Di is evening. the prospect big Increase n the already, big price of shoes, it will be something 'ot a feat lor -the aierage rndnldual to keep his feet THE NEW MINISTER Of .FINANCE. Sir lienry Drayton !s undoubted! a very able lawyer and he-has bee fairly satisfactory -on tho P.ailwa commjsaion as he .cUd not measure up to hla predecessor, P Olabee He i a man of the very highest standing but without any' Experience in public life other than" what ha gained zs municipal counsel for thp cilv 6t Toronto and .as chairman uf the Haiiway commis In iinance he does not seem to have had any previous experience, but If he'has any in that work he ijlll be well tested m the next o" two when Canada greatest to its heavy obligation'1 lie 1s almost verfain to In sympathy with adequate protec tion as far as the gdes. Sir Henry Draj will be ot- great f value to the government in directing its rajlway poUEv" flfs experience on the and on the ion Acworth cbmmiasiOD as well Ige of railroad The Drayton report was responsible for -giv'srnBifiit taking oter the Can -1 and recom Jmeftdea Wijulring the Grand TrunV "jma'fte' Grand! Trunk Pacific The 6f Sir Henry as expressed in toe1 .report he prepared nl lhat iti ic lead one to conclude that lie uri out and out advocalo of got irtment ownership It would hut- be laarwis'nK 1f Union gorernmeat vould In platform soon to lie aunoiinc-'d f comtnifj Itself" to government corajilstely Rltd Sir Heniy nppolnlraent leads to thai dpi 1 Jlme will tell whether the tain VlanVpuIating the hay market so a to bring the article' to-a-fancy pric should be guarded agains to sit. i the house of lords until the -settled. s creating considerable interest. Al-. IVJ uu-r- most excellent time is prom- '.'pi. the house s'ed visitors will be dancing every night I.'esler Brown died as thp being struck by a bag-of sugar jn, the All anti c Bu car' Re f inery in St. Jbh n, CRUSHED BAfiVTO DEATH Qeorgei N.'B., was killed while-super- 'by its great vising truck, loading at .Pcabody, :ra'ndfather' wboVJay: down 'upon Thos. Slurray, London, who was re- unaware thatjl.had heen'ptif to sleep upon his 'Baby'Adolphus Mlron, 'Coroner, and that an inqttest would be.'.urinecessary. Ac- The .Dlctlnj Friday when i John cording to the sto'ry' 'of the great Leo jicCatfary, fifteen-year-old son .jicCaffaryv deputy sheriff o yield at a later date. '-iv" V'-v-. 1 her. -McCaffaryv depuly sheriff Mr and Mrs'-Bleile'of PleasantVie'wi granddaughter; Mrs. 'Evelyn Miron, .met- his -death by drownini on Monday for nd her brought the chid ,_ they expect until spring, to Worlj cable quotes li MIES Victoria Saners of -Lelbbridge and .-put it- to sleep in, tlhe froiit estimating Qermans vacation at her room, .pulling hlinda to _ A against lofhe here. Kxcurslon rales to the coast by, air. will soon :be on the cards if Captain Hoi negotiates ihe journey Mrs. A. N. Sprinkle molor- u on Thufsdar.- Jack Fore haen spend Ing a month' at Cranhrook, "B. C., .is eiptcted home tomorrow, Saturday August 2DS.1 "The Granlea Red Cross Society wil meet at' Mrs. A.- :..o Thursday. Augnst 7th. All memDer please take note and he of refugee work wailing done. Mrs. William .Prowse 'left on Satu day for for. a week or za Mr. and, Mrs. George Thorpe o Etztkom were the ;S'nndajr Buests: at the home o! Mr. 'Mrs. -George Wares. o of grand-parents ill it to sleep in, bed- room, .polling to real grandfather, who -is seventy yeacs of age, and qujte feeble, laved r down upon the bed .unaware of. the iresence of. the --Some .lime atef Jlrs. Mlron entered 'the bedroom o see'how the child dls-j Rev..R. J 'red that h'er grandfatlier had laid known child and smothered it.' Mrs. jyfjn IIIK U1I11U (IJILI IMUW1.1ICH.U Conley explained that-the white cloth- Ing of the child upon." the white bed- spread "would account for Sir. Conley's Campbell, at one tim they minister of t City Temple.-tondon, Bng., and auth of the "New recent 'admitted to the "degree of'Doctor.' noVl-ing NOTICE! ;CLOSED' 'alterations to the Oliver.Block, fpivaboiit i reooeii in same block. :.V Buyjoiir'tigars; antJ youi-'cigarettes by thecailonmow anfJi'4ye 'L The (PERRY AND REID) THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN f HE- 'iilSf RlCT OFFlfcES Vr x' BLOCK. MR; MAN Will your ebployer continuo to pay- your- salary lo-yonr faTill after your decease? If not why not have your wife's name placed on the; pay roll of VIFB so 'hat. event ol your death; Iho kept, going as usual? This can 'bo arranced us annually a small stun money accordlng'to the amount .of .salary; desired. See any of- our-LIve Wires, vfr.: F. A: Denlon.-F. A. FiBher.-J. -Joe-Miller, and ho.up-io-date In -having .your, farnily 'protection fiied -up in this manner, In seeking, tor the cause of mcrease In the price of shoss, It; is traced to the enhanced pjice of hides This is a variation of the old game of "Hide'and Seek." The Weather Man appears lelermlnei! to sliow still alivr and -15 -malting ?up'fflr a long holiday from Soilthefh Alberta f He li welcome tbfour'mjdst In spirit of Acworth cbmmiasi gave nirii a'deep knowledge 1 C'anada The CANADIANS HONORED Aug.' the'King's I'VBStHiire Ilia Order of .Companion of St. Michael arid St. .G.eorge 'and W biatingaished Servjce Order iwere oeslowed on Cot Stralton Osier, eii- gineers; Companion of St. George and I St -Michael OT Ccl. S. M.; McKinilon. Allen nankin and R. L. Stone, all medicals- William Infnntty, and the Distinguished service Order, MaJ. Corrigan; infantry, The Military Cross and- Dar on Mnjor Edwin infantry; ICapt. Henry About n score of Canadian were-ln- vested as olficsra or- members of the military division of the Order of the British Empire. FOOT With tliat graceful appearance can only be Ihe result of jiroperly fitted shoes This does away that loose, baggy nppearanco aJO.und the nnkh and nier also the broad flat appearance of the toot. results can only bo secured V foot 'titled In an ".xclunvo Shoe carrying all" widlhs and lengths, so lhat can get what In .your particular foot Wo have snch'a s'ocK and know'rjow.'to to all feet la get Appearance and Comfort. You buy hetp eventually ASK TO BE FITTED "WHY NOT NOW? SHOES FOR ALL.AGES W. J, NELSON Co, rulnh RflllTM RHERI.riCK BUI SHi tHlRfa SOUTH 6HERI.OCK BUK.DINO Have Received, Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay FuJl Market Phone or Wire: KNlfilfr I ATSQN Phone 1846 Lethbridge ;