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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta porn E DAILY HERALD e Iberalb fclberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and PublUhtra THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED S26_6Ui Street South, Lethbrldga W. A. BUCHAXAN Mamjitj John'Toiranco Basinees Manager who wonld delight iu'Diakins women teel her equality aud bear ol the scxaUed gallantry of nic-n. But Ihe de'crence psid to tiiu sender sex will net be abandoned cause of franchise equality. Most meu wilt net this equality to drive out all tho rtspcrt and admiration and adoration they have fci-.J tho ladles. Votes or no votes Ibey ara still worthy ot the galhuit An3lt Bureau ot 0( miie -Subscription Hates- j "Daily, delivered, pot weak Dally, by mall, per year S.CO Daily, by mall, for 6 month: Dally, by mail, 3 months Weekly, by mail, per year PiUOAY, AUGUST 0, 1920 ho final a 315 for being druuk Oil a slivt't, YiTtiav al'uui. i-vvi up a iu a crowded street tar, or tiUug oft a tat iu an elevator. If equality oxit-U this deference Now HIM tho men havo gives l lit franchise to the women, raisbl a uot tnj well to reverse the order cf tilings? Thero ore certain cruel creatures amongei the males' Directors Greatly Encouraged beat It uptown to cat some more Ico REALLY SHOULD BE OF ALBERTA. N'o doubt many people read with! bv Hjg Fine Spurt Program (Tron: Our Own TABKR. Aug. The third day ot tho Tuber Kair, Kurmera' Day, open- nl this niornras bright. as the others. i.-.'.ok a seat about half way down the ar on Ihe norlh side. The bandils earched the male passengers on the outh side and by Ihat time the train ad been brought lo a stop at Sentinel nd the bandils climbed out. While icy were busy on the south sldo ol he car he slipped his five dollar bills own his boot and left only a few ones n his pocket.. The wonien on the train took the flair coolly as a whole. He pnly re- <.oi. F'orieoas wished llioi.i a hapn The Miners' Band, whlc embered seeing one woman roach a'hysterical slate, ap- BELLEVUE IOIVE lethoflisfs to Erect Ten Thou- sand Dollar Institute in the Mining Camp ;ared thresh, over the resolutions pre- tbe Switt Current Bettor Farming Conference and draft them nto practical form for application to bis district. UNCLE SAM'S SUfiAR BEET PRODUCTION WASHINGTON. Aug. pro- ducllon from sugar beets this year Is 'orecnst at pounds by tho department of Agricullure, basing its estimate on tho condition ot Iho crop July 1. It will be a record crop. Last year pounds were pro- duced from sugar beets and Iho aver- ago produclton for Iho five years, 1914-1S, was pounds. WATERWAYS COMMISSION FOR WESTERN CANADA Gray loday ad vocated Ihe appointment of a West- ern Waterways' Commission lo deal ulrecUy wllh Iho conversion Into nav igable highways ot lakes and rivers In Western Canada: He said the west should have a back door outlet through Lake Winnipeg, the Nelson river and.the Hudson Bay to the ocean. 'The time Is ripe for a commission of this nature" he declared. members could proceed In a way e's sential to the development of west era streams and lakes for navigation i Thomas C. Creed, well known brok- er and former Liberal organizer for B. C., is dead at Vancouver trom a sudden attack of hearl failure. PICKED UP PASSIM van THE BUSY" MAS Calgary values the yield ot products raised on Us vacant lots at a bait a million dollars. Major-General Seelcy, former Brit- ish secretary of stale for war, will I'leit Canada in September. Al Newcastle. a 10-year-old girl waded out her depth In the Delaware river, and another child seven years old, swam out and cued her, The Commissioner of j-I'ublic Mar- sets for Now 'York-stales thai the farmers of Maine. Michigan, Pennsyl- vania and Wisconsin sold potatoes last fall for 2-4 lo cents a pound, and that New York .speculators resold them at J15 a barrel, or at an ad-' vance ot 300 per cent.. U. S. shea manufacturers-say wo- men will wear high boots neit winter. This will be necessary, tbey say; be- cause so many women have, been wearing low Ehocs with vtheir-, silk Blockings, and It will; bo. necessary lo- have bigb boots to cover the darned places on their heels, caused by tbe holes worn by low shoes. As a developmenl of ham mystery, as-lo how James A-. I.earn came to his death, Provincial Inspector Miller and County Constable Marshall Arrived 'in Slmcoe, witti Hellmer in--: custody, 'charged with the murder. Orders.for liquor from.other nrov? Inces are pouring into Montreal, no doubt being due to, some of Iheni be- ing about to take plebiscites under lie recent -ruling the Federal govern- ment, It is that the amount of :irib.ney. which comes into Montreal for ..liquor js somewhere around der way to brmg icany negro settlers .into the Peace River and Grando jl'rairle countries. i Rev. Edward S. Bishop, ot Emeu- j ton. been appointed a field secre- tary ot the General Hoard of Kvause- lisrn and Social Service ot the Meth- odist church. H U estimated tha{ the liiiu'ry las collected Hi Alberta in July totalled over J100.000. Colleclfons made at the various centres for July were: Calgary. Eamontpu, Medicine Hat, J622.0J; Lelh- brldge. 513.532.00; Steitler, 530.29. The discovery of oil at Unity. Basis., has created a boom. The main wells are six miles south of Unity and all the oil will be loaded al Uiilly. Be- Iween the eplendld crop prospects and Ihe oil discovery a regular boom ia being eiperlenced in properly. A hotel In Unity that was offered for In January last is now held at ..'Sfj ;.r-..-.i.-.. 'George! W. so-calle'd negro ar'e.hbisbbp of SI. Mark's church ot the.First Borrj, of Kdmonton, Is in the He says a campaign is un- The Piano For You pv ECAUSE.Jt lasts D. time and gives sar a Ilie- perfecl satisfaction, always is a There's a size and style for every purpose. Sold on easy terms it "Factory to Home" prices. Ask-for siyle Catalogue. "The Balmoral Bldclf Home of tha Victrola" fnYoni OurlOirii Correnwnfluit) AUB, Mr. nd Mrs. Ed. daughter, on Viday, July 30tn, Mother and child re doing well'. Bejlevue went down to deteat on at Blairmpre. Tbe was a good one and ended 2 to 0 in fayor f Blairraore. Don't forget Sept. 6th, Day. B.ellevus intends', haying their annual lorticultural Show on that day. There lave been Romej strong coincnittees .ppointed after the show to :ee that things are all set for the big event. All kinds of sports for the young and old, so don't forget that all lead to Uellevue on Sept. 6th, Day. I; Constable Maya'rsoa returned to camp on Sunday, after spending some three weeks in i Ontario, bis home province, Miss Millcenl Goodwin returned lome from Sletller on Monday morn- ng. There Is In course of erection a second-hand store In Bellevue. The proprietors are .expecting to 'do a roaring business. Siiss Dlcken, ot Stettler, Aita., is visiting in Bcllevne, the guest et Miss Olive Goodwin. Geo. Canlelina wenl lo Calgary on business on Saturday. -The Ilev. Peters and his Boy Scouts, accompanied by Lieut. Jack Fraser, spent a week at North Fork fishing. Bob Scott, who spent some years is master mechanic with the West Canadian Collieries at Dellevue, sev- ered his connection with the company on Saturday and leaves for Vancouver, M.C., where he -has, it is secured a position. Jack Wheeler Is making big head- way with the addition lo Ihe school, Sirs. C. Graham left on Monday night's Irain for Winnipeg where she 'jas Rome friends, and intends spend- ng a month. Nal Kvans. who spent three weeks In Regina, relumed home on Tues- day. The Kinns of Bellevue gave a dance on Friday in aid ot one of their sick brothers. The [ieneral Mission Board has vot- ed. Jl 0.000 for tha erection ol an In stituie at Hcllcvue. i PONZi WILL FLOAT ANOTIIER .COMPANY IJOSTON, Aug. 6. Giles. Ponzt, whose allc-j-td manipulations ot Inler- nalional coupons hare nelted huge profits for himself find his Investors, announced yesterday that on Monday next be would slarl a new company lo be known as the Charles Ponzl com- pany. I'onzi, in describing how he wns to Investors 50 per cent, on their money In nlnely insislec that all his pro'fils were made In buy Ing and selling International coupons For he said, by buying and selling in Knropcan countries, ho coul. obtain a return ot four hundred Ihoiis and dollars In n monlh. William Easter, a Pittsburg mat elcrk, married a girl from Union town, I'a., and.ahortly afterwards tho bndo wcnl. to .see her parents. Now in n lh" WIIsO" 11 till in, i antiiein, aw. the Tuber fair has Invoked ft U.u waa cvdi, Then lo zel his wife back and, habeas corpus proceed CANADA anticipates a period of growth. Her raw materials remain the envy of her competitors. She commands capital and skilled workmanship. Her position in the British Empire gives her prestige and opportunity., v' i But realises her hopes tially rests to np small degree upon her steam railways. CLOSER to'Orient or Europe than is any other part of the would lose this advantage if her railways proved unable to carry her goods, quickly to these well-placed ports. niusu oe prepared for any development .of traffic east- soutK. T-JER rail service must be elastic and dependable. It must have reserve capacity, whether, to roll a bumper wheat crop east, or some other Canadian product west-bound for Siberia or the Antipodes', Elasticity, dependability and reserve capacity are pro- foundly affected by the over- whelming increase in operating expenses as compared to revenue. is another reason why increased freight rates are necessary in the public in- terest! This is the seventh of a. scries of advertisements published wider the authority of The Railway Association of Canada t.....11 IIMIM ;