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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta IS- llfmiBRlUCiB OAkll Che DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Pobliihers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALO PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED I J23 6th Street South, Lcthbridjs W. A. Buchanan president arM Director 'Jshn Tcrranee I'usiacss fsame dowuwynl luoyciv.put, ia which Individual Is Interested. U uol tafelns f'.ace here al Iho un-sent time, lovor llie border tui-> IV S. Govern- liviug aad. Iroru rvsulu itiul ore, (apparent, appears lo be doing so'In ia jTicc'.cil gunner. Here in Canada j we note a ouliubli) supiucness and a Ce'.ay in taking action which, mid'er i die b liolhlus short cf criminal. I In adopting only a ppllcy ivhicli is not but au urcent deitiand of The the Government al Oi- TELEPHONES Dullness Editorial Office jawa is aiiiy-dallyieg. With somscilnj "a flourish ol iroxrtts, it llia'i a iiJSrd ot Commerve lo.be appoitilcd lo lako under its Into anJ n-nuMy- where possible-, of lhe existing, evil of pnVps is oppress- xtember Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription [Dallr, delivered', per week .Dally, delivered, rex year Dilly, by by mail, per year J.59 Wee'Vly, by iimiL per year lo 2.W Doles of ciplry ot subscriptions ap- ipear dally on address libel. .'lacs of papers alter esplration data -U our authority the sub- og the Vvople. So far nothing has been doue .in repird to. this body. Us chairman hns not even beta CLEARLY EMPHASIZED. Tn.its closins session, the Western Canada Irrigation Convention adopted looted OA if ttq itrigiUorilst's verc looKlnE lor graluitnoui then came out flat-looted in favor of tub provincial governnicul uoderlaSlns Ibt whole reipjnsilrllKy. lie said he did- n't believe1 that-one could eeparule the water (or the various schemes from tho security. only secur- ity the land. The eecurUy. lie de- must cover tbe whole land psss-lSalrnou Ann; Liwreucx Peterson. out Dominion control Jie Darnwell; D.. J. Wiley. Maule. Creei; L-ohtrul or lhe province for laiilion D. Hnys, Medicine Hal; W and clhcr" purposes. IncldfiiUllj he suited tliat. by Ihe octinn of the soverntnent't-j taking over tho C.N.n. and C.T.P. rellways, tho .piov- liirc'of .Uberla bjd had its credit re- livved of Eqnie 51C.CPO.OOO of railivay Surely then lhe under. triKms lo place its credit bebiud_lbe The panacea for all evits. so far rlgation. schemes in the south would cho apprehends them, 3 to appoint lo enquire Into in. Tliat douc ite ills are, apparently, to dissolve themselves. Lave b'ad (Jie Coffiinis1 sibii over which much. HUH? aoJ muclt raoney were OD the njcumuiendalion of thai Commis- sion a Hoard of Coiuiuerce to te formed to s-ve.ef'ect 10 its findings, This up to the j t time is the only progress tande 'by lit -Gorcrntnenl in resolutions wfitcli clearly lo solve''the jiroblem of Its ;ihs of uhe Federal aiid governmeuts In regard to the development, ot irrisation. li 'not the. voice .or representatives of 'one province only tut of three prur- ipprise the importanca 'inces whicb Tho resolutions wblch .'centred on bringing home to the where their responsibil- ity were not only passed iinani- '.ttonsly but with considerable ap- plause. This betoteaed the spirit in they were and the recognition oMhe need of .such reso- lutions. V To the spirit and the- eentjment i underlying resolutions ol the nature -the the.. bov- lo.TYhbiu.lrier cabnol turn a deaf'ear- '.The action, .has ne'en clearlV; marked .out.; H.re- TTrrains lor the'-respective (jOvenuneaU tip fall iii cdui-se; urged by the The sincerity." and earnesfieTs of JUiosa-who" artT anilous lor. liave been. hign cost ot llTinf. Tbo intention o( llie Government may be good, but intentions do uoi lead anywhere, eicept probably to tte place which is proverbially said (o be paved: with good jnlsntions. Tlifet with its dilatory or more, properly Us reprehensible inaction, is where, figuratively, the Government It leading Ih6 people to. Unresl and asitaUon. rnusl FO long as the Government is inacllve in taking steps: 16 endeavor lo' brins rtliei where relief is. ".abundantly .needed, is time that- Ottawa' roused itself and chansed the semblance .of doing things into tie realily ol getting is -on the woy. May'br- il symp'alhelic with Big Union: "Branch one 'has -Jts headiiuaJterstin- tbe" City Hall. Duncan- Marshall would bum. al :fits. of IrrtEaUSn'.'liave been placed I all dnunO It the I Would .he tllltv. .plBced axiA ;io. late ".immediate steps to five effect to Ibe i "'same.- .TO CARRY. ON .TIURAL EDUCATION. V V pepartmepi of EdurAiton o[ ;ihe Prpvicclal Gp'rernraent is how ID oifset the whicli rural schools, will to meet their financial pbli- pnder patent oocdKfODS.' It B '.'by provialnE ot be a great burden. PovvtUon's Po'nt John of Haynioriil, dilfer Twecdje the prac- o[ separaliug the security cability or llie rcsln ditch from the security the land, insln.ncing thn C2se of ho O.P.R. LethbriitEC sj-Blem nud Ihe aber ejlensJon. The. fariucrs ofltbe district aje uledged only (or tho ost ot the ditches in. their own dis- ricl and buy' the wafer from Iho C, n. main dilch.or This is aciiy along.Ihe Una of. urged.- "Old Iron-Springs alher of ihe Letnbriieo .Vjrtnerr rojecl, told of and-lribula ioi'3 ennuntered since ISli in Irying 0 place the responsibility for-lha .ndertaking end iscJared he was siatt 'f the coriO'cuRl pysjing of the buck declared thai a' solution .must.bt irrired at now. f D'.mham Fatal-able S. 5. Ujnham tho resoliitioi vas the besl solution, which, had.ye been pill fDrward. The Domuilon-gov ernmt'iit. .lie said, bn's-the prlnig EC- urlty for tnrleTlstiiis (he main'cli'a rtie has'lfle wa'fli1 1 is land Is vfthiabu n an irrigation system, it Is t th( rater, anil .the Dominion govefnmen the waler'right end vrould'con .inue to do poinled'ont that thi building til tho 'main canal should- b' undertaken by some large concern imi he largest, concerji in lie, Dominin 5 fte. Dominioa feorfrnmenl Vhlch owns lhe rlyers risnti. He sijowed main worts fonld conslnicted .unf-er .such.-a :hemo lo r.s-if tnft tbe main works limited; acreage, auy-'ex- i would entall-V.costlj widenlnr; orelnlzatlou of a. new local to stou into the ulace ffisdo vaciui by lhe action taken the day boforo yesterday iticli slops would, surely be taken. -The'luteriiatJ9uuj had author- biui, in conjunction nllb iBlerunl- Cftddy and Ualrymple lo uso their >it judgment to tne course to pur- eiCKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY UAH KJiuoulOQ's civic utilities apt prolll of (or the sli montlis pK About 65 bodies of (ho persons lost aboard tbe Elcamcr Princess what would be the result as Calgary. Largest Ever The. credentials' coimnitiee hal accredited delegates were prea- znl as follows: Alberia ITS, van !S. B. O. S. other provinces U. lolal 223. ihe largest on record. Want More Irrigation x One of Ihe-rcsolutlocs dealt wiiii duriuE Ihe closing, sessions was from tbe East LethSridge local V. F- A., asking Ihat the Dominion government graDl a larger "water right lo the present C.P.R -Lethbridge system, and lhal tie d. P. H: grant Irrigation lo Ihose lands wtthin the LelhuridEe.sj-3- lem who .hsve inadc appltcalloD. for Itesolulipnb jivere adopted Ihank- ing the -mayor and citizens ol Mcili- cioo liar nnd Iho Canada Ijud and Irrigation Co. management'tor Jho splendid entertainment afforded, and also lhe press for eicelleut reports of jlhe meetings, FRlllS sue, an4 under Ihcae luslrucUona ac- Call have pot been recover- tlou would bti talieu wheuerer cd- dillont judtlQed such a stop. Ashed 1 wiU be spent lu cnlftrelug ,ht> ijulldiug of tbu II. M. IV tl Itctlna. Hlght flev. Monalgoor John Uoulel. S5, CAltolic inlsslooary onJ pastor la tho norlbvvesL (or 45 years, dEed al UeLUatiUaiiL. lu the new LegialaLuro Ihero will be seven launrera. ton ferine re, And the TPinaicilbr nicrcbBnts aud iuen of various proiassioas- to properly belonging to Dialrlo (ecu, of tha secession ol the local membership, ilr7 rrviue said that doubtless ucLlon to recover all crty belonging (o lhe United Mi no Workers ot America would follow a refusal to restore such propertj- to the (Continued Jrorn t'ront Times Electtyn Act had in lhe wesl and men resident in Cauaua for 10 or 12 years had been disfranchised He protested agaisnt the "uanol) combination of :polltlcal freebooters who disregarded tie lie plead ed for equality and lair play for all. E, II.) SlacDoiifcld, ei-M.P. referred lo the, letter by Mr. Rowell tbal the conTcntion should, not; have been called because it repre sentaliye of Iho Liberal, party, j Mr MacDohald jareut organlzatiou. It such, a course -is. pursued, the Jietrlel Ledger plaut, among other BE- eta would, be lovolvf J in litigation. Irvine was reticent as (o what he_ oullook here Jin Fernle as to neLQbDrsWp ol a afillia- ton with h.9 organization, Would'be, 'Tfl would matn no deflpjte statement i to, tho number .g( mtriera who' have to join the inove- QjeiiL A'slafement-'comlng from tho side of the nuesllpn was to (ho effect that elsliLccn-men had met Mr. ryiue yesterday and .expressed a de- sire to'renew' Ihelr'connection with tbo Unllert Mine Workers. As bolh sides seem churrr ot riaaVlng posLlivo statements, no very dafinlle Informa- lion la obtainable at present, but a Cow days will perhaps develop more clear 1Y situation. Y, School Inspector from Ksfcx county, D. A. seriously In- rnou FBQKT PAOI) The; New Archdulte Joieph n. commander of Auslro-Hunearlan forces on iLo of the.eastern batU? front the first Iwo rears of tho great'war. In 191S he hoaded n movement looking'to the securing of independence for Hungary and Aus- tria and when the collapse of Ihe dual znoriarfby came.in November. 19lSr he was "asked-by Emperor Charles ot jured by Juinplog a moving iralu at Guelpb. A New York Sun cabler Ger- many is preparing to offer1 lo rebuild with her own ruen and material, but under French specifications, dnstrojed parts ol FraDce. Polke'Constablo IA Kfarsiead. St. John's, X. U., was Ladly beaten by a gaup of tougna when he Dtlcmpted lo arrest one ol them Tor being druok. Announcement Is inatjq "tliat the C. N. R. Gravelbourg extension "ivLll cacb. Swift Current this year and not stop at NeipaUi some thirty miles oyta- as originally Intended. fatal accident occurred at Wlllow- ea. Sask., last week when the threc- yeftrTold BOU of Mr. and Mrs. John Tyuer fell a pan ot'bolUnE greaso had tic en placed on .tfto floor. The little teVlavf died from burns within a few hours.'. Elliott G.. Stevenson, of Detroit, chl.ef counsel for (he .Chicago Tribune Your Worth and More EUVBIiy' buyer of a famous old Mason i Hitch Vlano Is Our iuslrunieuts are sold from our on'U chain of Elores al FACTORY TO HOME prices. Ask for catalogue. .HWRISCH.IIHITQ} Balmoral Block "The of .the'main "canals "and the question of coBt'roE. tilts MacDohald obsErved LhaL there were j Austria lb'tate -'charge of thevsitna' eignt Llberaf premiers on the platform on and'find a'solution of Iho politi- cal WisiS before the country. With is'son, Archduke JosEpph.Francis, he ook lhe oath'ip submit uncondllion- lly'-to'' Lhe orders .of the Hnngarlan atlonal counclL. and later -took llie alh of..iidellly tp (ho new goTern- nenl...Lasl April it "was reported Ihat e had been executed by Iho. c.im mupJBls'al Budapest, hut .this rtipofl ras p'romptly dGnled. Archduke Joseph was born at AlosuLhon, Aug. 9, 1672. who had brought Iheir forces .with them., Tiiere.ivas also tbo" leader ol Lhe Liberal opposition in Oulario. That was sufficient answer lo Mr. Rowell.- i TJie Nickle ResignaUon. The reslgriatfon of Mr. W. P. -Vjckle had. In the opinion of placed ihose Liberals who jpihe'd; lhe Union gpTernnienl for Itc period 'la. the of tbe Department ,'th'ai rnrai schools should not be forced 'to rama'led to build the-tuais cahaKiad he reservoirs Doniin- on government should '-dVlL" ix-1 LeavitC of Cardstoo, ooe oMhc coard of trustees of the; United Irri- gation District, thought" 'lhe resolu- tion would, .delay the settlement of the question and would drtajr (be corn- men cement of work "In United .dis- trict. He was told, however, that Uniled. was .cloje to" ihe the' source of supply, land, there. was no need of a large" main so that -the would or. of with anUclpallons- "of pricC3 going upJand .a'wlnT-er bl rage despair and Europe, it ia lime we bad Afford re lief, for lia'riopr. might as well-have been thrown Inlo lhe sea.- L Hon. W. R.- MotnerireN.- ef-ralnlslflr agriculture, pi although .inporlant .Vh'e.'Eelection ot a leader was" not the gravest mat lei- before' the' cbnVe'ntlbh. adoji 'tfon of'a sound tflalforrh'was more im pqrLanL Delegates ahbulil make vp ,lheir minds that whatever, cpncluilpna 'were aEreed should roceiyc. support Hj did "not tnlnk it "rnuch.Impbt'l ance .whether the "f" Jrora Iho east or tbe'ww con- cate- the districts': .mentioned in lhe resolution, and would lib conslrucl- e'd bjr.lbe ;disi-lct- sidered HI being'lh" tie gory cial Mak e Province Tlsa prophets will foretell somtthlng approaching consolation and assur- ances. Premiers Murray, Norris, Mar- tin, Foster aod SLcwari all more or less Unionist" in' -1917 Liberal ConTenllpn_it .would lhal In their need .for Unionism fg over. ,ts'-trie inlerest Ihe alten- tipn given lo a Thai need; To close schoola in Iht rural rtlslricls 'would Si eat) a n_en forced Idleneis an rVgacda the pnplla and woulfl cause a Als- In lhe educational rouUne under favorable conditions the fccjsoo1stare ready lo open. 'In strort- arrtst educational regard lo cily schools, rural 'Ec.hoo! .Binder dro'ulb eondlliona are placed In a very unfavorable condl- .lion. The opportunity grren. by the snould ha laid hold tit ID. localities which nre wiih the pccesslly or closing tlielr achoola, tlie loan facililics Mblch the llrtternpienls 'olrers, there will be nn tfec'ct for aV procedure. to ward off a.dlaasiroua policy (be Crovernment jachpola where have 4Jn A man was in eight'1 fncnes of heer down Ontario way. Now the argue that more beer Is likely lo increase the death rale frora drowninga. aup'iiosc the CHy Commissioners consider thai since the Provincial in fion'Jre tomhf Hijvn In tiie iJji 'iii fat't tbal envy Ijiai MlDK liiat ihd Mayor Tlardfe. of de- clared for pulling TUB whole ,respon sihJlityj'on the firovinclal aod'letting them tbireoh ll xjut with the Donnnlon. Mayor Brown, of" Medicinfi Hat, agreed with Mayor thoughl it would be a mistake for the', cqnvcn lion lo endeatpr lo ment of the It. was a provincial '.raatter.1.1 if- province could Domln Ion that lhe latter should shoulder a active at tbe ol lha resppnsibilUf.'-.'alHgnl ieBTllhat was lhe province's '-lookout. .The rcsolitllon was then' jpuV'and 'carripi [33 lo o, and a of'-Nelson S; J. Shcphen I nnd John Powelspn wna Harhctl to ap- poinC a committee whose be, lo carry the resofnlioji'lo'OCfawa and Fxlmohton.and brYlve'at conclusion BO "that tc once and for all, and the way made plain for IKe actual; under- takings. This an'tl nam- ed the following Efcnllrimen" lot lake the imporlant.laBk; D, J.-'NVIley, JIaple W. M.P., C. A. Magrath, Ottawa; ed the corpornled nl Senalor m'er, H. Gibsod and H, F. OMIanlon aro tlie .incorporators. Tho coniijuny will operate In with the Lumber milling iaduElry..recenlly nc- quired .In Iho Leseer Laliev dis- trict by tbe Harmer InleroBtB, The shortage of-hhy In southern nnd other districts ol tho province Is having lhe effect of a con- slderatlc rusli for dcstrable bay. lands within Uio Edmonton To ivhal client the demand JIRS reaplied la told by Ilgures tho Edmonton Domin- ion Lands' Office, which slioiv Ihat nearly three thousand Imy-pormlls have been granted wlthlu, the past weeks. A has'jusl -been1 is- in Us of lhe libel sued in Vancouver, "which estimates action launched ,by Henry Ponl agalost Lhal paper, Is a nativei of Mld- dleses countj-, Out, From 1907 lo 3917. sncce'cding the tola Dr. Orobby- atekha, he presided over the Indcpenil- ent Order o[ as Sup ram o chief, ranger. T lumber'rietd will be further developed" by' lhe' operations ot the Cap I Lai Lumber .couipany, H new .concern thai hns just been in- that the population ipt greater Vau- couvtr lias inureasedlty during the past year. .This year's edition girej tho population of Vancouver west and south Vancouver, and Point Grey as The estimated, number of. Orienlals rio.t enumerated in, lhe "tltrcc. tory" Is llila' shpwldff an in- crcefio qt in Hie Oriental popu- lation-.of .Greater "-Vancouver during Iho ycnr. Honi FYank Oliver expressed th Tieiv 'Ibat- the" great'" convenlion was to' show Ihat the prJn ciple3 pt applied from Prince uhbn As a we'slerner he declared that: lie wag not present lo support any -prln? clple' which would country, He-slrongly'-'condamied' Ih4 protective. tariff, declaring Ibat it- hai been. .carried .to. a .point that- It defeated its elf, and; had put Cans fin in lhe rearinsleadiof Iho front rank ol the allied DR. TOLMIE A NATIVE SON Dr. minister agriculture, vaa born on January 25, i ait B. the oj Mr.) and ...Mrs, WHIiarri P. Tolmle, alter" Ucldg a pioneer-of lhe Pacific at -iFort Vancourcr, a physician with sbn Bay service 'in 1S32. The new niuister of agricullure was educated iO ih'e 'school and Uio Ontario college, where ho -his degree "as :a veterinary surgeon." He was' married ,on Fab- to Miss Anaia Harrop, daughter ot T." ol Victoria- Tolroie -has- always lafecp a teen -in. .farming and stock raising, being blmselt 'a breeder of pure bred stock. a great many farming; and associations and among other offices holds "the presidency of "the Driilaii ColuAoIa. Holsleln Breeders, TlrUtsh Columbia Velerfnary' and Holateln Drecders associations." Iri Is'cblct Inbpector'ot the heallh ol animals branch-1 of lhe pro- Tlritfal "agflculturdl1; departmoikt'1 and represenlatlte on the" live" stock com- mission'or BrlMsh Columbia. was'Iirst elcclcd to tho house-ot commons at' blecUbti of 1917''as THRESHER BELTS VAS AND R'UBB'ER ENDLESS PRICES WE 'HAVE: A LARGE' SIOCK OF CANVAS AND R'UBB'ER ENDLESS 'THRESHER BELTS AT SPECIAL PRICES J. PHONE 75S 1245 LETHBRIDGE, Jolin n. a G. T. n. section mnn, was kjlled at Kingston Junction by a troop (rain on the irack. METROPOLITAN I' .THE LAHGEST; LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE 2pi SHERLOCj{ 'BLOCK Will your. pay.yOTrissJsrr lo your iBmlly alter your 'do'caase? "if nol, irhr not lure your name placed on the nay roll tho METROPOLITAN LIFE BO that In tho erent ot your dealt 'Ihe bo kept BolnB as usual? bo arranged by depositing wlUi us nnnually a' spiK.J ot money according to the amount ot sa'lary desired, "T See any'ol our Ltta-Wlrcs, Tlr.: T. a. Gurr. P.lA- DcrilOD. F.'A- C. Ilurndnll, Joe .Allller, and be iQ'liaylDg your 'lamlly. pTotccllop .this t-. Legislature passed lhe Nonpiis Weed jj.. D. Maple Cfeek; 3. J. Act lhe ProTlncial Police should cul SLepherd, IXilhCrlige; P. S. Letting. Ihc .big oVop of Russian -Thialles In wcll> iW> Warner; Col.. Nelson Lhe Henderson Park Spencer1, 3J.L-..A., -Medlclhe, uie iienaerson Hark. Prcsfdeoi Wood ol'lhe U.KAV i BUY SHOES NOW Yen would tic well nclTincfl to purttiaac your ahrtc rctiuliemenls NOW. are high, lull will higher. All Is sr'iiwMlnr; tot (hey arg getllrig large 8hlprnenl8 out This makea hn show for 119 and higher lor what we'do gel. fJon'l Wail tor a drop In II won't come consider, able lime. havo 3 well assorldl slock ot liifih-.ijr.-.'lt In wi'llhj lo fit all feel. We linow (o fil'lhcin. TO BE FITTED SHOES A LI, AGES KELSON 'Go; SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDIHO AVc riavc Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to i Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. Phone or Wire: Phone 1846 Co., Ltd Lethbridge ;