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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACiK FOUR T I; She itctbbctbge Tfcevalb Biberta _ DAILY AND WEEKLY THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUftUST 5, 1920 day as the nierr-.in1. aud the profes- sional in tlie towns and cities. if the farmers ot the Banner pro vince have really arrived ;ii that stage, while it may be cause lor it also cause for con- gratulation. The- farmer in tho past has been tor? and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th Street South, L-thbridgo W. A. BUCHANAN' President and ilanagics Director John Torrance Business Manage? .25 s.oo 4.25 2.50 Did Soviet Russia and Germany Make Secret Treaty Over Poland LON'nOX, Aug.. Russia Russia would then a secret treaty Ger- feember Audit Bureau ot Circulations. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week by mail, per year Daily, by mall, for C months mail, 3 mouths by mail, per year 1.M by mail, per to TJ.S. A POLITICAL LIKELIHOOD IN SASKATCHEWAN. Politics promise to be muddled ia Saskatchewan when-the nest Federal general election comes along. The farmers promise to be the' chief op- ponents of the present government. While the Saskatchewan govcrnmeat Is Liberal, there are indications that inost of its members will support the farmers In the Federal campaign. Speaking at Weyburn the other day, (he new .minister ot agriculture, Hon. ,C. Al. Hamilton, announced that he up with the new National Policy, and support the candidates ad- vocating it. Of course farmer leaders like Hon. Geo. Langley and Hon. C. A. Dunning, members of the same gov- ernment, will be sure to do likewise.. Premier Martin may follow suit, since the farmers have decided to keep out of provincial affairs. called a "Moss hack" and a "hick." j many concerning Poland a few weeks noil the wus that he has been before the great Polish offensive bo- tays a correspondent ot the liondou Titues. He claims he has secured the In- formation from "excellent author- ity." The treaty. U Is asserted, contained the following provisions: Russia. interference from Ceruiauy, be allowed to appro- priate all ot Poland's arms, munitions, rolhns slock aud foodstuffs. Ader the conquest o! Poland, per- mission would be giveo Russia to seuii a number of Ilolshevik commis- sioners into that country to control the esport ot Polish supplies of all kinds. brought up to keep his cose so close to the grindstone That he never gave liimst-lf a chance to see around a bit. Hut tho automobile has changed all The fanner ot: the back con- cession is closer to towu now than the farmer to be who lived a stone's throw of tho railway. He knows what bis farmer neighbor is doing in township and in the next county. He knows all the new wrinkles in crops, 'and if lie doesn't he's the''loser. Ho is even supporting baseball and foutball teams in the 'rural ccniimnilies aud I'.e's making a wise move tliere, for he may get bis sons Interested hi staying on tbe farm if he can show them there's something else besides the eternal round of "chores" after the day's crork In the field Is done. Western farmers have always been more progressive iu the way of seeing their way about than the down-east brother, probably because winter brought a little more let-up. In farm- ins operations. The western farmer will therefore not envy the Ontario i defended for many days by the Poles'. tomi'letely evacuate undertake to 'oland in favor ot Germany, which would hold Ihe country as a guarantee against future credits to Russia ID. return for Ger- man coods. "Russia." the- correspondent adds, "intends to try to avoid the terms ot this treaty by the formation ill a Pol- ish llolshcvik army, the first steps In the formation of which are now being taken In occupied areas of Po land. Wneii Russia withdraws from Poland she will leave this Polish army, permitting Germany to take such steps as shO'Can to face the situation. The Bolshevik are convinced Britain will materially aid Poland, aud will wage- their neit campaign against Rumania in Bessarabia." (Continued from Front Page.) government and that the soviet, ters on Monday. The statement fol- government agrees'to accept in prin- lows: ctple tbe terms Poland will'propose. Soviets Take Lcmza f WARSAW, Aug. 4, 7.20 za. an Important cjty ubout >75 miles "The of our northern front was engaged" on July 29 and 30. In the ctlo-n ot Mariupol wo launch ed an offensive- in which wq took northeast of Warsaw, has been taken -many prisoners, cannon and machine by (be Russian Bolshevik being-guns. Toward Vdlnovakha we re- Inflicted man on tha farm his weekly half holiday, for it means to a certain ex- teat the emancipation of the farmer class from the bondage of custom, and the leaven which .worked the change came from the organization of the rraers of the.west. according to aa announcement at the foreign office tonight Polish, forces have> evacuated Drest-Litovsk but hold the forts west o! the river Bug, THE FALL FAIR AT TABER. Taller, Fair is qnlte well worth any boastfulness on the part of _that com- munity. It Is. a real fair, well bal- anced. All its departments have merit but this year.the roots- vegetable's, grasses and grains stood out the most', prominent. These products stowed coll of tie'district, ytieii, wtilT- cultivated, could bring '-forth. Taber can. do'the-same every year, and so could every .Southern only a'fair amount ot'moisture.r The 'display of these pr6wuGi5-wdlsler cur" faith In the that Southern capable of pro- that an ordinary farm anywhere in Canada produces. A commendable community spirit ia also evident at Taber. Not only are the townspeople unitedly behind the .fair, but the people In the surrounding ".country support i't heartily. Fall fairs ;.like that aLTaber mean much to the '.FARM HAND NEEDS WILL BE PRESSING. On the very day that Superintend fent Thomas Longworth. of the govern "ment labor bureau returned from "tour of the south country and issuec an appeal to the farmers of Southern 'Alberta to lose no time in stating the I requirements of harvest hands, a 'dispatch came, over the leased win '.to the Herald from Toronto statlni that Ontario farmers were threatenei With heavy losses in their crops owing la inability to secure help in the bar JrC5t fields. the farmers of Southern Alberta are wise therefore, they will heed Mr warning without fiela and Gtate their requirements thi yeek. If they can secure men toda> Eo much llie better. They will 1 them irten tney are needed. It doe 'not appear to the Herald, that the eas JB going to be able to send the harvesters expected, and if, they d Southern Alberta will not get so man; of might have been expeclei Borne time ago, owing to the fact tha the harvest in Manitoba and Saskatch ewan is coming on earlier than usual Southern Alberta usually gets pretty fair percentage cf its harves hands from the coast slates. Thj harvesters start in California nnd fol low, tho ripening grain up thrnugl Oregon'and Washington. The harves in Washington baa hecn on for ove threo -weeks now and wjltiln a days some ot the men will be releascc Tho laSor bureau service should en deavor to secure as many ol tbcs men as may be available for Southci Alberta, and no time should bo In: for tho harvest wilt be a big one an ivill'be In full swing In ten days. South Alberla needs this riarves It must be saved st ail costs anil tho men are not available from o; Sldo sources business men will ha to'adjust their staffs to allow many, as possible tfcgo to Ihe Tick A watchful eye should be kept on tl i fjllnafion, HO NOT FOR ONTARIO FARMERS'., Fanders'in 61d arc to In the dispatches, are beginning consider business men a consider.they are innch entitled to tho weekly half ho iward Volno yelled the Bolshevik and heavy losses. "In tho direction of Oriekhovo and Alcxandrovsk we took tho former on July 25 and on July 29 we approacbed PICKED UP IN_PASSING FOR T H E'u'u S Y MAN Coaldale Wants More of the Former nnd None of the Latter and further south the Poles, have: the river Konskava, capturing two RGUMENTS FOR HE SMALL FARM. It Is often offered .as an argument favor of Irrigation that it-will get d of the big farms and enable small nns, intensively cultivated, to be perated with profit. It has never been suggested that ntario was a province of large rms down to even smaller' size, as average size. We now find nrgii- ents being advanced lor cutting the rms down to even smaller size. As instance the' following from the enfrew. Mercury published In a pure- agricultural district: t Is a well known fact that the :rms of Canada do not produce up i their The average yield er acre in this country is the lowest the American continent. Kurop- au countries lead Canada, tpo, in this egard. Belgium, for example, before he war supported A population' from s own home products ten times reater than that of Canada per quare mile. In Belgium small farms nd intensive cultivation explain the tuation. There must bo some other xplanation than those so frequently uoted for the trend of population om country districts to towns and ities. One reason is that too much apital is required to successfully arry on tie business of farming. nhe farms are too large. Let a man purchase a modern farm hi On- ario with a smalV iiayment down and e will Be obliged to make it produce o capacily in order to meet his 'ayrnents. This is impossible under iresent labor conditions. H tbe farms f Ontario were smaller, say tracts f .50 acres, mere people wouhi '0 able and willing to invest In land, nd .all the necessary work would be lerformfid by nonie labor. Tlest of aril he country districts would become more thickly settled by a prosperous ind contented people. Tho true com- munity spirit could be cultivated. 5 farmer has reason fo complain as o the system of taxation by which he s penalized by tho assessor for mak- ng Improvements in-the appearance ri his property. There are Improved arms in Ontario today that the own- ers would rind it nest to impossible o sell except to some city man o! wealth who wished to take up agri culture as a fad. The taxes on the property are so high that no l.ona fide 'armer could hope to pay for the 1am and at the same time carry the bur den of taxation." The .viewpoints contained in above will certainly Intprest Ihe ad. vocates of the smaller slze'd farms In i evacuated Kovcl and are withdrawing to the line of the Bug.river. Wrangel Beats Eolshles CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug. eral ran gel's South Russian, forces claim new gains against the Bolshe- vik, according to an official communi- thousand prisoners. On July 30, we routed the cavalry of the second Bol- shevik army and look more prison- ers, guns and important booty. "Our troops captured the Korosun monastery near Kakhovka. "Here we found thai the churches cation issued at bis army headquar- had been profaned by the Bolshavik.' tlon of vegetables was awarded Harry The collection of 'grasses In Milk River FJax Promises to Be a Good Crop (From Onr Own Correspondent) MILK RIVER, Aug. Mr.' 'anil J'VS. was also takea by H. Maunsell, while the. whole 'exhibit in vegetables -by this man was an exhibition in itself, is looked upon as the most suc- cessful man in this line. Tho floral exhibit was Indeed good we remember tbat all the gar- dens were destroyed by hail n few weeks ago. Mrs. H. Sletiman and A. Young were keen competitors for the Blossom prizes, and both succeed- ed in winning prizes. Ths dairy entries were but good, while cooking was tried for by many of tho jirh. Tho (From Our Own Correspondent) COALDALE. Aug. Tills commun- ity has received so much attention in connection wltji tbe irrigation con- vention that il seems unnecessary to write more at present. All the flatter- lug writeups In the Herald have In- formed the public of tho really good crops and evident prosperity. Let us hope that Mr. Johu Hamil- ton's beautiful trees will bo imitated on ever? quarter section in the country. Speaking al trees, please notice lhat Mr. A. HilcbEll at Coal- dale on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 1 and 7, Tvitb. the tree planting car ot the Canadian Forestry Association. Does Mr. Mitchell know how to grow treest Well. 1! you seek for his mon- ument, look around. How many really would believe that the Coaldale Nurseries bad no trees in 19111 Watch -the Coaldale Braves trim Medicine Hat on Wednesday. The llllle son of Mr. D. Livingstone had the misfortune to break his arm last week. He Is recovering rapidly however. About this (rec planting car again. Everybody Is urged to attend" Mr. Mitchell's teclures, which pro illus- trated by moving pictures. Don't for- get or neglect. Good progress has been made cut- ting weeds In tbe'district, but not nearly enough. Where is tho weed inspector? There are enough Canad ian thistles going to seed to Infest tho whole country. A good mauy local people are on holidays at Waterton Lakes ant Glacier Park. There will be a combined meeting of the U-. F. A. and the Coaldale Com mercial Club on Thursday evening at S o'clock, lu the Hay Grower's Hall The business will be to consider tho details of the Coaldale Fair and to dis cuss the water supply for the village The public are asked to attend. n town on Thursday. Mr. Allen, of the I. H C., Lethbridge, vas in town and Cputts for a couple of lays during the.week. The Women's' Institute will meet with. Mrs. C. A. Hunt .on .the second Wednesday of the month. Mr. Buruliam, Lethbridge, was a buslries visitor in town during tna week. Mr. Merriam, ot Lucky Strike, was a business visitor in town during the week. Mr. J. Jocheam and-Jno. Davidson went as delegates to'attend the irri- gation convention iii Lutbbridge. Miss Boose, teacher of the 1-17 school, left on Thursday tor her :iome at Vulcan. i Mr. and Mrs. S. 'I. r Harris and daughter Ruth left on Saturday for a holiday at Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Norris are holi- daying at Banff for'the past week. Rev. Preston entertained as his week-end guestSi Mr. Taylor, of Allis- ton.- Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hollinder and Mr. and Mrs. Turner leave on Wednesday for a peek's out- ing at Waterton Lakes. Mr. Geo, Stewart, of .Lethbridge, wds spending tho week-end In' town. KYed NToble has for tbe past week been busy getting some two thousand sheep sheared. Mr. J. B, Bllert and daughter, Ger- left during ,tho week for a visit with her brother, Mr. Bishop, al ivcre visitors loaf "of bread and the spe- cial prizes by the milling company >rought out many entries. The pies, cakes, cookies and pastry had many entrants, and were very tempting to the spectators who could only look at and not taste these delicacies.' In he. fancywork, many entries were nade, just double the number of previous years. Special'mention was made' by the judges of Mrs. J. T. Doney's and Mrs. T. H. Stedmau's yery excellent work In these lines. But tha. greatest number of entries made from the school children, who have been aided by the Depart- ment of Education. More than four mndred entries'were displayed. In iliis line a special .exhibition will bo lieid in September1 when the vege- tables exhibit will be made, aud ilia awards for the school work, with lhat of the vegetable garden display will be given. In the grain classes several entries were made, but it is suggested that the grain exhibit be given a[ the same time as the children's show in Sep- tember. Spokane, Wash. Mr. Bell and family- returned on Tuesday from a holiday. BnentL'at Wat erton. Lakes. Mrs. K. Ilunck was a Sweet Grass visitor on'Monday. Light showers passed over on Mon day afternoon and night. A report rame In lhat heavy hail passed north of the town, doing considerable dam the irrigated sections of Alberta. Oti crori3 are ,'n flr'e condition course with our dry land areas, a halt section Is none too large, it Ihe farm s to bo cropped on -a rotation basis. Isn't It about time someone was an- louncing himselt as a candidate for he mayoralty? Coaldate ia enjoying the growing crops and vents its feelings on a real ;ood baseball game occasionally. The rye is nearly all harvested. Flax will be a good yield, wheat will bi ready for harvest in about ten days. What will happen If two of tho Winnipeg members elected under pro- portional representation arc unseated? Will that alter the whole election? l.clhhrldge has had a splendid sea- F'm of sports tills summer. 11 has been a (moil tiling for Lothhi-lrliji) morally and physically. Keep it We might suggest that naval policy should bi> issues of the December H. M. S. Krodlcalor g. the Niohe pud Rain Kdwards' famo. "lie of UK: Should i tho way of >ow ot 1'ob Lady Who Partook of Coddai Contributes Cool Thousand To the Treasury WINDSOR, Ont., Aug. Myers and the policu court official! were tired out yesterday nearly "five hours in the1 listening' to liquor casAS, CM trate "called it a daV cases wen bc.ii4, Principal interest centered complaint against the festa a Sandwich-West resort) recent- ly by Inspectors Connors and Mons seau. Mrs. Georgine Smith, who sai she came from across the river.-wa found drinking cocktails at a table i the place when the officers cntere and she was fined with cost added. Robert Morey, the- proprietor settled the case against himself So while Meade Chllds, a colore waiter at the hotel, got oft by payin 2-1 and costs. New Irish Crimes BiflJsUpToday LONDON, Aug. (Canadian As- sociated The application of the guillottno having finished on sup- ply without discussion the commons yesterday dealt with tho Scottish es- timates which are unusually interest- ing, on account ot extensive land raids by squatters In the Hebrides and elsewhere. The responsibilitj- for this the Scot- tish members attribute to the slow progress of the agriculture hoards In land settlement. The hoard, hniy- ever, was nble to show a fair record of achievement according to their means and the estimates were passed. Driver of Auto Arrested, Charg ed With Manslaughter and Refused Bail Richardson left on Monday! Today. Ihe house takes rip the new for n trip north. Mr: and Mrs. J. P. Dohcrty returned on Monday from a trip (o I.6lhbrldge. Mr. Leffingwell, of Warner, was a town during the wcfck, If anyone wants to. know what Inn open wheat market would do after government control ivtis abandoned let him reaclthc market reports.of the Ohlongo wheat nil. Thoy'rn a busy bunch of speculators down that way. (Continued froip Front rage) sheep, It. B. Kvans took several prizes in live hog classes. The largest number of entries was in the poultry, where It. 0. llutcliur won with White AVyandollcs and Rarrecl Plymouth llocks. He also captured Burns' prize for young pen fed 1920 chicks. II. II. Oniinlng had several entries, and was successful In the red llcket line with his famous 0. H. of in the Buff Or- ptnglon clasf, carried tho 'prizes for old birds, but his neighbor, G. H. Davitf, captured the young bird prizes in this line. The Dhode-Island. Beds birds were numerous, and "10 their wits' end to make a uoraion In several lines. The K'jtKc n ml ilucke shown, by Fred Wood csiilnri'il the red nndliluo cards in tlic-ir Mass. In turkeys, 0. Hammer- birds. The successful with 'his bronze hoise Judging left over until Thursday, whan It will take place in front of the Branihrtanrl. Thofe an: many entries In nil classes. The. vegctnljlGB all good, and Irish crimes bill, the second reading of which will he forced through at one sluing, notwithstanding 'the on- position of AFnulthlan Liberals, Labor and Nationalists. The .lords, loo. wlll..hoW a full droas debate on tho Irish bill. The house ol lords has passed the over- seas trade credits bill. CALGARY, Aug. W. Cam bell, 45 years, was knocked down an Instantly killed by an auto driven 1 Sfanton A. Nickle of the Nlckle Shi Store, while crossing nth Avenue 1st Street West. When' accosted I an officer in plain clothes immediat ly after the accident, N'lckle drove al a high rate of speed. When broug to the police station, two hours late Nlckle was entered In the crirnln register as "drunk" at the time of h arrest. Nlckle Is manager of one ot I branch stores ot tho Nickle Sh Storo Company. He was charged with manslaughl and was refused ball. MONTREAL LABOR TROUBLES MONTREAL, Aug. eleva- tor employees ot tha Grand Trunk to the number of fifly men are on strike aa a protest agalntt. the refusal of the Montreal Warehouse Company which operates Ihe elevator Hey are employed In, (o rnlso. their wages. The men are asking for an Increase from forty to forty-two cents an hour to fifty-tour cents. Montreal musicians have submitted (o theatre' o-yners here a new scale of wages and a committee has been appointed to Interview employers. Final report and reply ot employ- ees will ho submitted at the general meeting of the musicians' union on Sunday nest. BOY DRAGGED BY' HORSE-AND KILLED Aug. and trampled by n runaway horse yesterday In SI. Christophe parish, Ernest Ma- jor, )3 years of ago, a boy In the employ of a farmer of..St. Vincent IJe Paul, was found dead when tbe horse was Unally stopped, consists ot fourteea Fire did J1CO.COO damage to the .liada iron Foundries plaut at St. lOmas. The Adas Crucible Steel Co., of uukirk. N'. haa located a Can- iau plant al Wclland. Mrs. Sluart. relict ol John Stuart, noletale grocer. Hamilton, attempt- to commit suicide by drowning. Atlonioy-Gcueral Turgeon. of Sas- alclicwau, lias lieeu decorated by'His oliness. the Pope, with ilio Order St. Gregory the Great. Kerry County council has decided to fuse to insert advertisements in he local paper unless they agree publish reports in the Irish lau- uage of the Council's proceedings. The Saskatchewan government will sslst fanners to couslruct new homes the area in the. southern part of ie province that was recently visit- d by a disastrous cyclone. Capt. Andrew Campbell McCormack. dost son of Dr. Norman McCoroiack, x-Mayor of' Renfrew, died in tbe anitarlum at'Gravenhiirst from the fleets ot tuberculosis contracted hile he was on' hospital duly .with the Hied troops in Gallipoli. Negotiations" .at present proceeding etween Ihe civic authorities aud the C. Klectrie Railway Company make practically certain that Victorians be paying a seven-cent street car are. before months have pass- The announcement of the purchase y Joliu McB. Bowman, tho New York otel proprilor. of the Hotel Cecil in -ondou anci of the amalgamation of he Cecil and the Trust House Ltd., larked tho consummation of the big- est hotel deal in the history of and. Hou. Sir'Geo. H. Perley, K. C. M.G., 'anadlan High Commissio'ner, has ieen nominated by the Canadian gov- irnment as a member of the Imperial Ihipping Committee recently appotnt- id by Jlr. Lloyd George. Sir Mackiuder, M. P., Is chairman, and iiin committee members. The Sllgo Asylum ComUtee is a real radical on Sinu Fein. It has just de- cided that the bmo Fein flag shall ba permanently flown over the asylum. They have vested in iha Irish Volun- teers the task of conveying lunatic! to the Institutiou aod left the power ot committing lunatics lo the Sinn Fein arbitration assisted by t local doctor. The increased.Interest which the people of the United States are ills playing In Cauada and Canadian a'- fairs is reflected In tbe columns of the U. S. newspapers. Canadian Uureau ot Information during Juno collected no less than items con- cerning the Dominiou and the bureau's records cover only 22 out of the IS states. This number, too, does not include Canadian items published in trade papers and special publications. The Piano For You BECAUSE it lasts a life- time and gives perfect, satisfaction, always Is a There's a size and style for purpose. Sold on easy terms al "Factory to Homo" prices. Ask for style Catalogue, "The Balmoral Block Home of the Victrola" Stock Raisets are now offered acoihplete marketing-and banking service through our nevir Branch at the Calgary Stock Yards. Pull information regarding live stock market conditions, quotations, etc, "furnished by the Manager, by mail, telephone, or telegraph; and Murids transferred to. and from, clients'.home accounts to expedite their business at the 'Make the Stock Yards Branch your business head quarters while in Calgary. -A special room is provided OF 1.5THBRIDCE BRANCH, Branchejaljo at Baton: a I Monarch open CHANTS BANK CANADA, Established 1884. R. J. DINNING, -EXCHANGE LETTERS OF CREDIT This Dank offers pecuiiar advantages in handling Foreign Exchange and issuiag letters of Credit. With Branches in every part of Canada, as well as in several important cities elsewhere, and with corres- I potidents of high standing In parts of the world, it is able to place many advantages at your disposal, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE'FUND LETIUiRIDGE BRANCH-K. JV. Hciluc, Manager. Stovcl Will Design Position Be- fore Taking Never Paid by Government WINNIPEG, Aug. Mr.' Stovcl Is a member of the joint council of In- dustry and he knows he will nave to resign lhat position before ha talcs his neat In the legislature, was the! comment of Premier Morris on a state- ment aa to the eligibility ol John Storel, for tho legislative nssomuly. of Manitoba. The name of W. J. Tupper, K.C., was coupled with that of Mr. Stove! and It was staled that his arose throdjli !ils membership or. Us commission the uniformity of LlWi. Mr. tald ho tad teen paid notMni for thlB work nor hail ho re- j celvcd travelling expenses. Spend your vacation this mimmer'in tho womiorrul outdoors of .Western Canada Hlndcrmcro tho'bcaull- fu) Canadian IlocWes. .cuim Lake Wfcdermcre In the warmest water mountain lake In 'British Columbia. i The snvndcst of acencry, Ena. i lesa sport, pleasure nncl rest, Ctolr, boating, -ridlnc, motoring climbing, daiclnr, Jxxr Kith every modern Am- Thrnitsh RJaoping Cars from Calgary on Train No 1 a.m. Tuesdays aii-1 Fri.l.i.ys, returning name day from Car placed-for occupancy at Calgary J. GORDON TICKET AGENT, PHONE 612 previous evening. ;