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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Liye Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP Local News Where To Find It LETlimilnOli. ALUEHTA. "A'Jli SKVEN H1 KHOII mm t? mir.ii. the Trivalllng Indtntrtil Con8rcu wl.....vo Medicine Hit on the 1Z'.h 8 sr.J in cry. 1I.JO. Alltr luncheon they will bo driven lo the Coaldale Ir- rtgattd district. slandlns appears lo have far as the Czecno Slovaks ccrm'd Irom your article fay they were about the sirlke" which apt ihe Leihbrldee Herald on the 4J_. in order lo clarify uieetiDE was held Vail nlebt by "tie Cwcho-SlOT.ks and It wu decid- ed to KO on record denying abwJMleij ital tills oremilialion.had anjlhlni; o do whatever wllh (he nvibl cation o! anlcle above referred In The? to state L.Cre and new lh person or persons for ihat article did nol represent the In nnr vs'i medics further record that while, ihe O. n. U: with their entire appfujkli less ilte; do not want to ttw ns further lu do with the Thev feel that any nrgan- nation I! belter Itel Ihslr and.arc to jjlrej tupport th of the of Iho opinion that it i, obliged U fM !te3 .0 sr. International V-.ijdV sni r.i- slslanco Ii netted if tneir rlghu the In'-inraUcnsl ahv ilipporLo the same piDmlreate ._a "mentioned now for Iho Hleh He.hool has be5n all lined up. They ere ruin- can Ilrown. M. A., tor fSrlenco and Malhemallrs; Alel.' McMillan, D. A., (or Kncllah and lllitory; -Miss Kennedy. II. A- for lhe eddilional class which Is in be put on; A. Wade. 11. Sf., for Commsroll! (UbJacJB. Mr nrrntn uti forraorlj1 on lhe .1.11 of the Colleslato Instl- lulo and If al proiant (aklns o post paduale ot (ho Chlcaso ITnl Torslty. Mr McMillan llts Ijeen Bnd was (ormorly la chares o! Lho Beferley Hleh School. Kdmoi'-on. MIBI Kennedy waVtenoilnB at tha Trlnro Albert Vhool tnd comes from DaiiGliln. Miinltoha. Mr Wade was on ihe staff nf (no Scglna Cillr-EtrUc and was slrongly wcCTiniendeil by Mr..Dlack, (he new ptinclpal nf lhe High School. He has crlalUed In commorclal The selection of tho new principal v.-lll be msdc rrotn tho sUiO. v BANK CLEARINGS SHOW GOOD INCREASE Band clesrlnsi this week asaln a EOotl mcreue. A year lhe fisures were This year the Vice-President and Sccrctiir Treasurer Here From In ed al Smoker I.othbridgu Typosraphical I'nian hsj been havinB a visll from two ol iTTe Inlernatlonal officers, Walter Bar- rell. first vice president and J. W. Mays, secreury-lreasurtr. They camo to the. city yesterday afternoon from.1. Business of dovcmmcnls llKEEP OPEN AIL I Al'PEAL THE CASE, 11AWDY HOUSKOWNEHS I'INEU! At city police tourl ibis inorn- II, on thii trial. Ulimhi orana flnul H2E and costs for j a keeper ol a ba-.vily ho-jsc on I Third Avenue. South. Madeline orrel an inniatr was ticed and To Provincial Inspectors Getting in Touch With All the Districts in Xccd of Help Depuly Minister John Itois. ol the I'rovinl-l'il Covrrnmcin IKinrlinrnl Kduc-atlon. Is in lhe i-ily. In an Inter vieiv wiili lhe Herald, he uut'.ineil lh polk-v wtilrh The soi-erumfni. (hrouc the Departmenl. Las under way In lire vnnt toe' rural schools from olo-ied owlr.s -U) present drovilti .Make Country What They Claimed It To Be Hal and will proceed north lo Edmonton lliis afternoon. VS'hlle thay were iiuieily enierlalnci! by 'iCre'-he VAT. An, ,-At ,hf o, snesls of the TyKOgrapiiiral I'liion at j or Wednesday afternoons ses- 1. smoker in the labor lemple. The sjml u( lhe Astern Canada Irrigation jnlv visitors present wore two or the Olt rAowinp wire selling ocal employers, the balance were i cr.iion Uuthaliani Typogranlmal Union It was a j member cry evening. Messrs. liar- uor.nn.uu I'ruldent end Commlltee. TAIIN' LA.VKO, '.ASK'BELGIUM. TO _ A DMINIBTER MALMI5DT 7 BRUSSBbS, Auff. raenl has received (L teltgram (rom .Marshal Foch InTllIng Belglnffl.to.oc-. riipi- militarily and ndmlnlstratlvely liie'Malmcdy according to LeFoir. The territories o! Malrcedv and Kupen in niicnbli Prussia are. arrard lo nclElnm liy the terms or the poice treaty. These Icrrllorles war. uplralo'.l.Irom BelEium in.l814-lq and ..were asslEnctl lo CASE AGAINST THE FIVE BIO PACKERS WASHINGTON, .Aug. government's case against the five big packers will be placed be.-, fore lhe federal grand Jury wKlch meets at Chicago ..three wceki Thil rr.fions (hat crimlnjl ba initltuled. Charlos f. Kllrie, federal dis- trlct attorney said today thai heeldai Biking for in- dlctmonta unier lhe criminal sec- tions the Sherman, .anti-trust civil nulls would be brought Uncier that slalult >nc> that Ir. addition the .Aould be proitculcd under con- trol ocl on cSarots of. hoarding. rctt and Hays siiulie nf lhe "'ork of ho Inlcmiilionill -anil em.iliasizej par- ticularly the Printer's Home, Old AC? I'cnilons and Ilcueflls. lloili or them ilenminced Ihe One Ilij; l.'llion as inimical lo the hnst interests of lalior and. tlierc was no ol disagreement will) this view. j The occasion offered nil omrorlunUy or welcoming home four Tyjos who saiv service overseas. It was really the first tlmo they had all been lugeth cr at a social' salherinG and EO the health of the former khaki wearers. Fred Iloliins. Earl Morris. W.'Aitklns. anl Paul Jones, was enthusiastically drunli. Mr. Hays took occasion lu ray a nice trihute, lo the soldiers. '.V. A. Buchanan. ,M. P.. and John Torrance'from the employers' end ol he business made some observations hat were highly appreciative of lhe oneness and integrity of Ilie. leader- ship ol Hie Internalional Typosraph- ical Union. Edward Haeell. the pion- ccr iKinter of (he city, also spoke ill a. rcaiinisccnt slrain anil referred esnec- i.illv the fjct thai a contract wilh Iho 1 T II. was never hrolicn: it was always lived up to. Chas. KinBdorn also spoke. Wm. Hawkins, president of Ilie local Union wielded llic ann rte meeting never laesed. Tills morning lhe Inlernatlonal vis- jlors looked the city, visited Ihe printinE Prills and were taken into prininE Pils Ihe r.ounlry adjacent lo the city to for was read, apd was reo-ivcil wilh ap. planse liy the. deletes: "HcKrei business cnsagcmcnls liere prevent my acceptance of inviiallon lo attend convention. Fully realize IWlcvue. ;i Crucial Point, He- ported To Have Gone Inlernaliortiil IO itlVEllu its real factor in movement lor devel "nment of irrigation, mosi imporlinl i problem now Ijoiore. province. Con- vention should place responsibility equally upon Dominion auJ province, and urge Iheir co-opera- ion to brinn about immEdinle con- struction of projects already assured to'be feasible. Very necessary immediate action In order to re.iaiu on land people who In (erlain parts ol Ilie provinc nwliiR to drouth coiuliilons there ha been successive, crop failures in lh 191S and 1S19. and tome cf Trustees are concerned as to I possibllily o( operating Iheir Rrhoo durinf! the roninf For the r Uef of these for whom fin- tncial assls-ianre :B absolulely ?ary..arrangements are belns made (or. Lhe Branlir.R of :i loan liy lhe Provln- rial governnient whirh will ensure n the operation of Ihese schools this j fall. Should hoards of Irualees find il uereeBary because of lhe conditions died to inalie application for a KOV- ernmenl loan to operate the school ihey should notify ihe Inspector, of School district, as each case innsi Investigated on ils merits and the required assistance, recommended by lhe Inspector before Itie loan ran bo piven final Approval by lhe Minister i At a packed meeting al Ihe minors library on afternoon ih by Tresidi-nl supporters at Kd. Hrcmno and Alex liui nar. To the lleialil. Mr. Sufliar slalel 1 lll'il si) [ar as the miners are concern I oil il is u fishi nhlsh wilh tho.'l oneralors who seek lo coerce them the Veterans aii'l tlin lauer cily on Monday. Tiicre. lhe visitors were ignored liy the Calgary leacne. Xoliody met llif train, and lioboily did anything joon as the same was over, llio win- re lefl 10 mat- their wa neia i t St the slaiion with nolblnc beyond wilh the Inlcriulional i ,ic will he prolonged throutl game e.nd their victory 10 remember 1 .vimer ir Ihelr by. CVeninK ol Wednesday, i Uut Lcllibrlilge icagur omciais h and Ereai tailffaciion out l accorded Ilillhurst. Hie prtnldenl. vice- von orero r. were brought here af resnll of encour aEcnicnl, given by governments who led people (o believe land fit lor agri- Three ofTidaU.......----- nnd Fpcretary met Hie trnin and jrelcomed the (earn, and offi-rcH Iheir anlstance in any way desired, and after the. same, last nieht ihr vis- In meellns Iho report given Oiil is lha wan unanimous fc.r the O. II. I'- The vote in IScllvm. taken, ycslrr ecne visilea the Irrleation; convention being held (here antl (lie same in rccard lo labor conditions: Mr Barrett was born In Brampto Onl and met several of his boyhood aimiainlances In ife- cily. IteferriiiB to Gait Gardens. 'be said- thai lie had not so much foliage during Hie last iwo weeks of his Journey, from leople. My ciliericncc al Oltawa ft inVpentorateE. bcglnniuB nnvlnces me your convtnlion should peak oul plainly'and emp-iatieal y bat irrigation absolulely renulrcd lo crolecl large sums ol money already nvcsted in Southern Alberta by the governrncnls. The return will be a hundred told.. Irrigation will preyen on Mondiv. Oh that day. Chief In- spector Gorman will be In He will accompany the various lll- speclorii III the different districts, starting wilh Mr. Schoflcld wlio has been recently 'appointed to Hie Fore- most district. lcaro. province be, lKe Lelh. again. was a good one an( ilcrspcrsetl wilh llbercl sup f relreshments and smokes. Th' ing were among the contrlbll Slan Wakelyu and 0. ol Calgiry anil 0. Parsons. K. Mcln lyre, G. Fleming. II. Kilncr. C. West lev and many others. .Mr. Williams was at the inano. hundre o.. rr mos 5r calls for assistance nnd save lhe coun-, Dllring (he absence or Hon. Gen. P. try millions. should- be ol: Education, al 01 Dllring (e asence o Smith ol: Education, al 01 try mons. m placed .unon lhe necessity of Iramcd. I tlvt_ Deputy Mlnislcr nors is s-- p late development. Delay lvt_ dis--. charge o[ [he Ejucation late eveopmen. courtge farmers and involve Iho EOV- ernraenia in eifendilure [or relief and T1CKET OF LEAVE undoubledly give black eye 'to wesl MAN OETs U1IU" ____ _, ____ u Ollt nnouotcuij ir conditions'should drive people out Am prepared to back up with fullest enerey representitives aEsociation roake.l'. to goTern- MAN GETS FOUR YEARS. MONTTtEAb, Aug. years In lhe uenilenllary.nas the sentence kv .IiidBB Cousin yesterilfiy vour impose 'by .Judge Cousin yestero rtcnls -7 Fnllv realize Irrigation nernard Garnor, who was arrested nl'is Ilie greitealneed of a large lcw AafE ago charged with forgery irttor- passing bad chequcB. Garner was shown lo bn a ticket of leave man who had. parole. He was v'iclcd of forfery In Winnipeg fp 1910 and sentenced lo 10 years In S.loney .Vonnlaln penitentiary' and alter scrv- 1ns four years WAS released on parole. D--- territory al pvejenl moment. silies Ihrough c.-op failures can only be overcome by reclamation policy that will prove beneficial to enllre Do- minion. Deep flee. per >i' -Qretn Avpiss, s'.rt and.toaaV.S pounoo... Prlco. Seeded O per 2o jiounil bpx Lavender nulli Special, 3 L.-OT.O3 J1DIAV1 J 'x .'pound tin. Hoi Tomatoes.' OC- -DnTr per round nonni1 ourt'Morro: VALUE-FIRST ALL THE TIME FREE DELIVERY 2 lln (Medicine. Hal News) s Althougo liic PoUr'ans only galhe. Bled Ih'ree hlls off niapath s delivery In JUhlB allernoon's game, lhe trio ol libinglej.wero very opporlune, tolloT; free parses, the locals winning br la score ol 3 to. 2. Miors twirled he lour frames for, the locals, tho collecting two tallies In BitKe fourth frora his delivery. Sailer hurled Ihe remaining five sessions, and was never in danger, only allow- In.: one--hit clurins the, five frames. 'The geme was well played and there GIRL DROWNED AT MOOSE JAW MOOSE' JAW, Sisk.. Aug. T.- Gladys Wilson. 15 year old, was drown- ed' while bathing near the high pres- sure rtam In the Moose Jaw river A double fatality was only prevented 6) Ibe llmely action of e. youns lad who rescued another slrl who In dlt- e geme s an excellent crowd of- fans, on The teams appear very evenly Wa: I hand, i no Lcoi.13 ;matched, with Ihe llolar'.ans having edge. Mulholland will work for bridge.'. Score by I.elhbridge nctarlsna .-1-Hfa by I.ethbridge n SUPINA edge. Mulhollan w wor locals tonieht. and PrenilcrgaBl. and Donaldson. Jllflpalh and Ferko; Micrs, Sailer 230 THItlTEENTH STREET NORTH SALE ES DO NOt SACRIFICE PORTERrlhe Will Sell Yow HousehoH Furnrhire ani Olker Chattels. WU1 Buy for Cub or BEFERENCE-UNION BANK OF CANADA r TOMORROW, FRIDAY WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS COMMENCING AT 2.00 O'CLOCK FRANK WALDINGTON WILL 9ELL 'BY PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT OF. FURNITURE loflin; ciisliioM! McltifM; ware; wash tub-and bollcra; kitchen Eiinilries, elc. PHONES 770-469 ALES ARE WORTH ATT EacK 'Bottle V fulSlls 'lhe prom- Ufi that toucltes of refreshment. Cooling, deli- cious and yhole- years of popular m The Highwayjeckons tor Auto Travsllers Some Places lo Stayed to Get Supply for j- brfllllNBl enc COCA-COLA CO. Hal' Get onl in (he i and good roads Invite you. Hotel Fer'nie Wn; Wyatt, Manager The Homo Hates 53.00 and Up per Uay. Fcrnie. Drilish Columbia Rooms With Halh in Connection. Scvcil Fksl-Clas! Famble Booms. Hot and Kold Water anil Telephons in Every, (loom. King Edward Hotel Plncher Cree.k. Alls. Bus Meets All Trains. Steam Heated Throughout. Special to Com iricrclal' and Tra.Ml.tnl .Trade, l D, B. Slple, Prop. MEDICINE HAT Follow the Red Trail from Loth DI.idge_lhc nlue .Trail from Cal csr'v; the Black Trnil Iron; Mon fana-they all lead lo Ihe- only fllcial hotel in the HOTEL CECIL King Edward Hotel Aulo Bus and Baggage" Line Auto Livery in. Family Cars [o Waterton Lakes Chss. M- Collins, Prop. PINCHER Retlaw Motor Company Service SJillon for Dodje, Over land Cars, and Accessories. Gac, Oils and Batteries Impaired' and 1'rompl' Service, nay, Nlghl Sundays. "SERVICE GARAGE Service ind Repair f-tallfjn for McLaughlin Cars. Good Slock Dora .it-Ion'.ind qocdyear'tlrea.. Vulcan 5 and General Repair RethargBtl.' Vv'ARfVER, ALBERTA _-------------. .1'--------' FORD GARAGE Ccneral'car and Tire SorviM. Warner, Albarla I A T. Vcale, Prop. J- OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile Oils, I'olarlne, .Qasolmc. Dominion and Other Good Tlrca Prompt Salisfaclory Service al All BIVEH HARt3WAnE co, F. J. Coatet, Proprltlor COUTTS, 80 MILE8 HOTEL WARNER When at Warner 'make your homo al Hi" I'olci Warner. II Ihc; place suits you eoine again. ALTAMONT GARAGEj llaltery gervlce, Ig- nition and GeneVal repairs, lo Tourists at lhe lints. Hold of' Montana. Qeneral 'Ciisloms Office next ahd'see. iis. Get enough Alherta a and Baker, proprhfofi COUTT8, ALBr ;