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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST She "foeralo f BIDerta T.v wV A.'Buchanart y r Torrance EusilirtW.MiMja TELEPHONES Business Office Ediforial Office Vtmber Audit-Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week-.....t .li cot hcsllato so far as Ibo question ol security is concerned. i The convention iu nskUig.lho pro- vincial governnwui to lend Us financ- ial assistance to tho lanaers In .the smaller irrigation districts for ;lhu purpose el constructing lha uistribu- lieu systetn from thy main otul ilid the logical ihius. Tho provincial govv erument should net hesitate Iu uind tbe projects lo this rileat. S i' The bt'sl the convention Jd'4 was to ll'strong to fo to j 19 soule ilic Question responsibility l-nce -Jim far Tee rnirtiuillee neej :io: expect lo convince cither govern-; meat easily, but supported by .the weight ot public opinion as represent- ed at lie couvemicu it Is hard to see. hew. tic gbversrneois .can disregard i representation the special jmitice will have to make. In'auy j event ihe way has been, opened ty> a solution and the sooner the govern-' ,5 make final decision on lie: Veier- in Van Home To Organize Coaldale Inlo a To Plant frees Weekly, by iniii. per year "ill be secured in those ie '.WeeKly. by ic'atl. jer.year la U-S..J.OJ liDnb of lne Tesl where Dates of of subscriptions ap- pear daily- on address UbeL Accept- ance ot after exriralioc -'date is our authority to cuntiuue-. the sub- Et-nplion. THE. NESTOR OF THE" Th'ough in io. Ihe leader- j tbip'ot the Liberal-liartyi-Hon. S.' lo give place .to a .man con'sfaerably. junior to him' iu years, he, took his. deleft in. the spirit of the. grand old man. There was nothing of petulance shown at au age when men are' incliued to .be petulant. "was the lirst in the big convention at 'Ottawa to come forward and offer tho' 'sew, youthful leader his help and co- operation In the policy of progress i.vhlch is identified with the Liberal the eiperience he holds and the spirit He possesses, as testified by bis- action, it bodes well [cr the i party to have In 'ts service men of the "description of Mr. Fielding. That Mr. Fielding considered a rnaij -.-'n-bo is inprouthly .estimated by" the' parly to which he belongs was-given. Jiofceu to by- the splendid ovation be 'received when he "arose" lo sp'eafc to the resolution with reference to Reci- procity.. In his observation. Ihongh it came -._on't of bis own month. Fielding J Justified his claim to shrewdness and sagacity. The wisdom ot the policy tbe adhered to In 1911-was sntriciently ,whe.ji be referred Reciprocity had-beea defeat- ed by men who believed in it Those followed rccea'.-politics and cannot hut see the Iruti the aged statesman's statement." The ardor, of youth will not suffer -by the tempering of the ripe wisdom tot age, and with a man of the stamp "of Mr. Fielding, wuu -ft-ell ileserves be called the of his party. stand by the side of the yont.s ijend able Leader newly elected, Litrer- has mnch of promise in the: .iprogressive policies on which it fs .Vcmbarked. bas Ufen required, so often. I the past and those districts will become tbe greatest areas of the west rathur than a drag en ihe-country's resources. The Herald is pleased over" top action of tbe convention in choosing to hold tbe next .meeting' "in Leth In e may expect tbe best oi service. Hoger Is putting up a po machinery warohouoe arid. Is pushing tic of farm bridge.- It Is no. to -say that has led ihe agitation for. irrigation In the past five years, and this will be ihe place where .the solutions -for the big problems vill have been brought about. There was only one disappointing feature about tie convention and tbat was the 'failure' of so many ministers of various BOTeratnents, who shouU have been present, to atteiid. H was a dealing with, tbe wesl'3 greatest, question, and the ministers most interested ill ere. should have been Ttose Mackenzie com promised on Mackenzie King. D. D-Mackenzie can go on quoting wltboul- any Interraption: nay. _._. W. T. K. Pre'slon rebuking Ihe con duct o.f the 1917. election js to be com pared to the well known personage More interest was taken. In Leth ridga in his airplane iha n, the of a the new leader can-carry "oat h1 easily as the aviator a ill be well. yTHE.IRRIGATIOrj CONVENTION '.AND ITS RESULTS. '.f SonUlern Alberta has every reason '.'.to be grateful to Ihe Western Canada Association for the Inlerest taten in tbe orojects now in this part of Ihe province at jthe convention held at Medicine Hal "-.during the first three days of the The convention was -the larg Jest ever held apd_lhc most successful loor the reason- being that the people .'-of Southern Alberla and sonlhweatern ,'SaEialchtwan have al lasl, altar hard '.eiperience come lo the conclusion ..thsl staiilily in fanning in that dis on IrrigatiOD. They tne convention as an opporlun 'jly (o press their demands for irris'a lion extension and they did, so in -iinanner [bat may he expected io'pro .cluce resells. The main 'lueslion before the con Vvention n' course, was that, of fi 'ine. possible, a (air Eplullon.ol !'j matter of Ihe responsibility of th Dominion and provincial Eoverntnenl granting financial baching lo th in carrying out the project eurvoye show to ue posslbl jThis has heen a mailer which bag to several months proved a stumhlin '.hlock.in the being carrie on by tne Irrfgalioo Development A iociatlon. The convention atlacV.i jthe knotty protleras, howeTer, wi great vigor, and though some ma disagree with solution which .DC put "before the Interested gover ft appears to-be most fair. T governmcnl Is asked lo un- as ,'i (iroject lln; .lonstrucllon of Ilic main canals In all Ilnrier nliere.ll be Jio- we'd Inf. farmers (nlo one Irrlgalloti to nnderlAlie fitie frqrk, add' ihs Dominion' Fielding's aga. may.have been th pdse. for some people voting agains It was likely a camouflage ex se- (From Our COAtUAljB. Aug. Tue alua fell at a good Unie, when iliost f Ite first cutting of hay rras safe nil very little of the second .cutting own. Tho timothy growers had a ooJ deal of hay down, out on tbe hole the rains hove been welcomed tho School IVir'mfo a Couitnttnlly IVilr, so that lareer pruducts o( ihe d'attlcl may bo eihtbiled alool with the. etforls o( lou culldreu. Cosl- dale does to cancel Its (air, but rather. Is embarrassed with Ihe amount ol material svalUWa for ex- hibition. conslstlr.s of Mfsart. D. Klnj, B. johaion and R. J- Is charged with takiue ftos toward th? lormatlon 'of a Villase Council. This li a slop at this slage of our deVelopineui. us we need authority aod culdance In our midst. In addition to a villas" council ii Is about time that this district was lornieu ia'io B, rural municipality. At present most o( Ihe roads running north and south are almost useless because of luudholes that with a llllle oullay couM easily be liicd, Olher matters'such as the destruction of, weeds, "and In lands cases, the provision of are able lo be handled by a rural municipality. It is a'xiut time we began to help our- selves 1n these matters and stopped crying. "Why doesu't the government do Thero arc-now 23 returned .veterans and .Ihelr' fanillles aclually resident llelghes. This district owoa much to this veteran cllltcn. lie stands tor certain, definite coitvlcllous and II Is therefore special gratitude that Tvo rejwrt als recovery. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dunham have returned from Park. (Mr. and '.Mrs. Greer of the OtUens Co. havo pertuaitenV reaUeuts amongst U.B, They are wel- come. i We regret that Mr. A. Haley U still far from well. Mr. Haley has always given his best lo this district and bis enforced retirement 19 a loss to tho For demonstration of -what gardens can io under Irrigation pay A visit to Mr. K. S. Norton. s n great blessing. The Lund' Hardware Is under new uanagemeul _aud .is. putting a now ront ou ihe store! country most be a land ft' for has had long experience In the I heroes to live In.' In Home colony. All pi.which, reinlls a of Lloyd George: P IA AICKED UP.lN SS1NG Y WAN eos- Tbe JIcFarlanJ llarjwara store is, afeing good progress and soon opea Cor business. Mr. C. Urn-stead ja of the CiLizeiis has .taken over the M larris agency. Mitchell and Hallman are the irrigotfoi] cpnven'tioii'.ac' the Hai this Carl Carlson is soon to.start.bulld- ng a new house.for himself. Harry Proudly has bought a lot nnd soon put up a house and become. Judging by, reports -his' wort in' the.garage is giving good satisfactfon-and is Jikely to produce' a very profitable >usiuess. Congratulation to Mr. and Mrs. A: Tha "school meeting announced lor lij HeaJy-Madb district has not yet been held. Mr. irwin Davis o( (he Ready- Made district had 20 ncres of alfalfa. From'lhe llrsl culling, the actual weight ol hoy" sold (rom thla tract was tons. .The price was J30 In the stack. JS1 per acre Is not had for the first crop. More t.-jpcrtant for the. reputation this district, how- Is the tonnage per acre. Iu this case It Tiins 2 nnd sevea-lenths tons per acre. Wo wonder how much the neil two .crops will produceL Mr. Davis must be that Canada is going'.to make him rlcli-'a'nd thus bring him inlp temptation for he has sojd his fartn to Air. Palrcer and Is reiurnlps this Idaho." Mr. Craven his lo Mr. y.'.Brlmbla and it h'as heen rented hy.Mr.' W. Rush. OIr. Parrisi has .also sold lo Palmer. All these men Eeem Masonic Lodge Inslituled Green Feed Situation Im-. proved by der Ordained Bryans on the arriTnl of a son afraid ol the -subtle temptation. j_.-_..-.x__ t.__ fleeing froni It. The Sucgitt Agency has been busy loTrtng up the bouleTarJs with IUc oT planting (fees, next spring eipett lo see Coaldale Village in iBrmony with Coaldale district. A movement 's on foot lo extend 'Mr. Btn Pawson and Mr. B. Jobu- SOQ to Cran brook, n. C. for vacation.' areiglad lo report continued Improvement in tbe health ofv- Mr A Table FuU of Pumps at THESE PRICES'ARE pfi CASH. -NO oh-APPROVAL. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING (From Our Own Correspondent) NODLEfORb, Alta.. Aug. Sunday, K. C. Cranston, who lisa Just icen electeil an elder o( Ihe church the consregatiou was ordain- ed by lio Itev. J. A. Leslie. The ser- vice was attended by a good company. Miss ilcinWah, who lias been spend- ing a vacation at the coast, relumed ibmo last weoK-end and has resumed ler position In (he store ot tho Noble Foundation, Ltd. All classes of the people Tvcro'very sorry to hear thi? week of tbo iulpruu- ing departure of Ihe Rev. J. A. Leslie. Jlr. Leslie has been stationed here, a little over two Vears and has seen the building of the large church that is now used (or public worship. While ilug definite can bo obtained 'nl the moment of his future movements 11 Is understood that ho is going Into church work in tho cast. -Tho bes wishes of alPih'e'peoplo" go .wilU hlm.and Mrs. their tut ure spliefe'of labor. The opening of a. Masonic lodge celebrated hero on, JVednesday nighl -When, n' good crowd offyjsiting bteth -rtn .helped tov start oil .the new, vcn ture.'r It is loped by those who are a the head organizing the-lodge that i iiiay.Jie a great a. number otr applications have'beor receired for admission. J The which have (alien durin the .-Keek end have Certainly helped t relieve a. very harrassing situation The question of. green feed coming very acute, but with'.Ihe pols ture that we have had and. the solving of (all rye, thls'-qu'eiatio while not being solved In its enllret Is -certainly, relieved a very 'larg II ia thought thai not more, than 50 per cent ot. the-hay and pats thai" were- elpecled to have to-be brought In will now he, nefided.y. Wheat culling; such as; It lafjhas now Commenced and while ei-. traordlnary yields are to eip'etted still B-e'wllI hare a'feir fields thatwijl go.5 U> 10 -bushels per atrei Wednesday alternooTi'a. .train, Mr. H. HoKan and Mr. B. left.here, (or a visit: to their old home In Nonvay-' 'tney have been residents in this district pail sii years and are looking to seeing-the old land Bg'ain. aall from New York neil Friday.. Capt. Ifoy passed over 'here "last I night about 7.30 In Ibe courao dl.hls Tbo colors ol tho 175th Ualtallou were deposited In St. Duruabas caurch at Meulclna Hat. William S, Eummerbj1, (or many years a public cchwl Inspector In Ontario, Is at 1'jrts. lArthur 'Moyer ot St. Catharines, a wltcliuian, -was run over and killed at Niagara Fulls. An airplane crashed near London, Ont., utterly slashing B big touring car (rout which Uie occupants bad just lelL Three bandits held up two clerks In j tho Morgan Jewelry sloro In (her hoart the business section of Sau Kran- sco'flud escaped with geius valued t f The DrltliU goTerumtnl'a bill pro- Ulng prosecution and Densities for ergons found ''guilty of protlteering d (be (iret reading In tho house f commons' today.' Uondurau 'revolutionary forces haTo 'een detested by government troops t Guascor'n, hear Iho Salvadorean rentier. Tho rebels were reporled lo lavo-had heavy losses In Mllo] and vouuded. A rldi now sliver strike been made on Lllllo Twolvo Mile, at tho head o( Spotted. Pawn Gulch, 40 miles rotu Dawsou. A now rich strike also was made on Lightning Creek, llayo- llght from .Lethbridgo to .Cnlgary. ProcUcally all tho vllloso out to see him-and cheer him on his way. As he passed bvof tne village ho drop- ped some r.cthbridge Hcrild'j vrhlch woro eagerly snapped up by those, ill tnb. vicinity, REDUCED PRICES ON "REtiSEAL" RECORDS WD have a big slock to 'choose from all tba iamouft al greatly reduced prices. SOUSA BAND RECORDS Hear Ihla famous baud, then buy the records you we liavo them. Vlctrolas 934 and Eaty Tef upward, on Balmoral -The Home of thi ADMINISTRATORS AUCTION SALE ('HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH 1NSTHUCTIONS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION IN THE CITY OF LeTHBRIpCE. COMMENCING ON AUGUST. 16, 1919 IN SOUTH HALF OF STORE RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY GREEN- FIELD'S EXCHANGE, REAR OF DOMINION BLOCK ON, SIXTH STREET SOUTfi t. OlF HOAGLINf EROiS. OF BOW ConslVlinsi' of Groceries, Dry Goodj, Boot J and. Shoes, Gent's Furnlshlnns, Dishes, Tinvjare and Furniture. Cash Register, Toledo. Computing Scale, Safe, Desk, Show Caiej, and L' Store1 Buljdlng and Lots In the town of Bow Island. TERMS CASH' FORTER AUCTIONEER ..327 Eleventi. Street Phone 1S92 ANGLICAN SL-Cyprtan-s Chnrth 11tn Strut 8th Boultv Rtv. Canon W. V. McMlllen, BA, Rector Mr. Banner, Organist and Choir Leader. account ot ReT. Caaon McMlllen harins; bEeo called a Ihere ie no sdr- .Tlc'e lu SL. Cjprian'a tomorrow. METHODIST PHESBTTEHIAN Wcaley .Qhnrch .'i. Rev. Chas. E. Pailbr. Residence 320 llth BL 3. Parnnage .404, Church Study 408 CTaude Hughei, L.A.E.r Mus. Director Services Knot Presbyter-. .for Jnjy, and., -August. During .A'rfgust morning, In 4yening service '.in.' Knor, AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Aid Av'e.-'and Bth Rev. Canon J.- E. Murrell-Wright, H.A., Reclor.. Holy Comraur.ion: Kirsl and Third Sundays at 3 a.m. Serrice at 11. N'o Er'enins Services. First (hree Sundays in Aagusl, ser- Tices iBiien ty Her. G. Isaac, [ourlh Sunday, Rev. S. Ripper, lector's address, 1548 Haro Street, VancbUTcr. _ano cond'pcled by'-Hcv. "Cragg. -I "-4 Blbls School at 12.10 Lp.m.- E. Knox, Corner 4th Avt.'and Street Rev. CapL A. H. Dtnoon, pastor- E. F.'Layton, organltt and ch'olr leader Du'ring July and AugUBl Knox Wesley churches ualte their vices. In -August In "Wesley' church 11 a.m., and-. Knor-at 7.30 p.m. 10 Srtopl- 11 a.m.; and jlnncrs'_ BAPTIST First BaplUl Church Corner "Srih Street and 3rd Ave. S. Rev. F. W. Caloe, B.A; Rastor Mr. B. Jones, Director of Choir Services at 11 a.m. Subject: "The Scarcity of Harvesters In the White .Fields." Sunday School and Bible Clans at 12.15. Evening service at 7.30. Ruhject: "The Individual Message." .The Pastor Trill preach at both ser vlcea. A cordial welcome awaits you at all serricea. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETrtBRIDGE Rev, E. J. Hodglni, B.A., Patter J271 6tfi >ive. Choir Leader. 10 a.m.: practice. 10'a'.m., Boys' Sunday School.In tSe Ihli. 11 a.m- '_ 2 o'clock. Beginners 'and Primary, de- partments of the Sunday School in the Hall. 2 o'clock. CIrfs' Depl. of, tbe Sundar In tho LTi'urch.'. Adult Depl.'ol lho'3. S.'ln thj Church. Mr. Cope'.and will preach. In the morn- ing. Topic: "My Gospel." Joint Service al Chautaun.ua Tent In evening. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Slock. 7th Slriil BunJay 11 a.n. Subject: Hu'nday School conrcncs al .the closa of'the.Sundaf Wcdniifiy Evening. TctUmai; Imc pn. Tbe resdlnp room la open flany ei- Kfl Bnadgj-a and Icsal.ioHaajj, Iron 3 lo 5 p.m. where tbo Bltilo end author- i Christian Scleno UlCTitnre miy read, borrowed or- parchued. lle li .Inrttiid to tl- lend-tbe cbnrch ta lt the (I THE PENTECOSTAL Of OOD ASSEMBLY k riudl charge ,l6t (o the dfirtrlci.1 af.caring' various Wler 'r fhil "ftnil that tho'Bat.er rain- coramortKj' Inlann Irrigation pro? ]ect, ibe Icdcral government should ri fc- ST. MARY'S CHURCH North Lethbridge Communion 8 o'clock. Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Song, .7.30 o'cloclt. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 5th 3L 3.' N'o Sunday School or Blhlo Class (lur- Moose Hflll Hlglnboiham Block Ing August, Sundays, H a.m. n'nd 7.30 p.m. Rt [un anil Tne Word. Friday at S D.ra. Prayer .MccilnB. THE BLOOO OF JESUS CHHI3T, COD'S SON, CLEANSES U3 FROM ALL A Htaity Men's L'EAGUE (Utmenomlnnllonal) v- Church, 3rd Avs. S. will te nrflieclleii duHnn'-t... monltiB of Julyjan'l August; Xoxl 'meeting Sci'l.. b.V. for annourjceincDL Upv. Slanley C. Hipper, 617 12lh St A North. i, nrf. r'einindnd that liand- Jn'bC'fore six o'clock Friday. us this '.paper gricjl li) press nrciay'niorrilnK. 'i >f 'f Christian Chnrck Oliver L: Parto.-. Car. 3rd Ave. ina St. Illblc School, 10.35. one counts one." Morning Suhjecl: "Prayer." livening Senlce; "Tne Convert Outside of There Trill only b6 everilni; senrlco In the event there Is no lAlon B heTd'In Ihe Chaiitaaqaa tenl. SALVATION ARMT Adjutant and Mn.' C.O. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 'p fn. 1.30 n.'m. KuriJaf Kchcof, 2 Monday, Tlinnilay otd ,Saluiday, 8.00 All PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION J- StrAl Mdhilrig; II o'clock; .Burning, 7.45. Tucalay. and 'rhursrlay .al, 8 o'clock Everybody. Shelter Your Family THEY ARE NEAR AND DEAR TO YOU AND GOOD FOR THEM.- A MONTHLY INCOME OF SUNSHINE AFTER THE' STORM. SMALL POLITAN LIFE MAKE A FLOOD OF COMFORT FUTURE. :SaVe Now For METROPO V." IF VOU LIVE OUT With: This Protection ANY SACRIFICE YOU "AY HAKE IS NOT TOO 'POLICY IS LIKE A RAINBOW, ;A COVENANT DEPOSITS MADE NOW WITH THE METRO-' FOR YOU FAMILY IN. a Rainy Day LIT AN LIFE 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK OF. TOWN. WRITE US. p, Jn tlio upper Stewart country. Many claims -were slaked.' Several commlssloners having to do with rccongtrucllon and other work In connection ivUh tLo Qcrinaa delegation went to tho Pnrls offices of the Eastern'Hafhvtiy to work out French comnilsaloners tho rail- way schedule for the Iransporlalion ol a. large number o[ Gorman men who will bo assigned to rehabili- tation operations in the northern and eastern departments ol Franco. ;