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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGR TEN J'HE Audience Gathered lo Hear Saturday Night's Splen- did Programme Sharply o'clock Saturday even- ing SI tho Chnuliuqm. a larie and representative audlenre ealhufii'sll- callv accorded '.ho Guarlno-McKlnuoa rotipaov s tery be.Miy welcome. Mlis McKlnton is all that his been claimed (or her as l musiclau. Tho .econd miapioijy gave hsr BO Ideal oeportuuitv !or diEpliylnj; her tplendld tecbm'uut? and deliesle hand- Mr. Guarlno's voice ling. ealin- tsllstylllS m Quality. with a per- fection of teoimiquc. :i brilllanci? of -ocjUlnlloo, intri.ipenc'e uf lolerlirc. worthy of special Among his selections were 'Tor You Alone." "The Row of Paradise-." Hear Yon CalUm Me." "Absence" and "Christ In A Wonmn Spelktr Mr> lecture. "Korcrs that holr and hinder Un projress of a Na- in high etlesm as a iu tlio minds of her heirars. .MrF. Zehnar was ecapliatip in e-mphv f Ijlng ihe Importance of home lilf in nationi! ivrogresi. She sntd mln- iHjt horafu and hoEuo (here i-imjje no treat nation. It is (he natural rignt ot eTBJT human be- ing to enjoy moral, physical ftnd In- tellectual culture, and Ina home Is great deiermlnlc? (actor in the tor malion of ciaracttre. The homo is (he starling for utetul lives and It is eilremely important toil horaes are ably mancted. arc tug in an age c( IUCM and slrair.. In ivorld demanding (ha 'bast -we aro capable of givbg. I.el us individ- ually prepare to givu service, sen-ire o( lore iu memory of Ibe ilorlous gallnniry ot eveal men who nave laid down their lives in or- der Ihtl the world would be a better pliee for us to live Iu. Let not their appalling sicriOco be in -tlrs. Zebtiar declared Ihsl sfce was In ot for women only it through exrrclsing her right woman did HOI neskcl one ol her multitudinous du- ,ies as a horut? maker. She said she did not .-loubl that women were just .5 eakienp, auO cou'.d and were reiidar- .UE inestimable m imblii- lite. jul she- earnestly believed that by de- oUns IheniselvM with a singleness of in cultivating histi ajp for future citltens, Ihey could make our nattcnil literature a matter ot greater and ire-re snlilying prldiv Mrs. Ziibnsr declared Uiat It when tivllUation was in danger, n-lieu democracy In peril ol crucifixion that. America suddenly awakened the deferable, pjilMlm conditions her country Sbe found .that her country million people could People's Forum A WORD TO THS VAWYIM Wh. Editor ".einbrfdji Herald. In ynterday'a Herald In TOUT editorial you mention lot voliuclnout lelle-r by Jlarcr Klrdle pilni an account ol his Interview with Ino Hon -Vr Boyle. There wis one part of Bardie's Jeiter. which has ctuied a j In where he states that a certain lauyer defended a vromin who ai a former habllue ot point.' We all know thaHavyw.- hsvt a pretty bul name. but I inun car (hac 'having had tusi' dealinss with fprjral Uthbrtdje lawyers. 1 lavo alway? (ound them Rrd ar.d lionorlbk iu neilh.r read nor and yet the rere aierclFing their votini emy way. XOB we hear tiet feme ol have stooped >o doing the dirty w ot these women. Thtir own wives and children are sale from conunii nitioc. out they will Illib> money from these wonicp- aHhoutb ibey are-well aware when they pry to be spread OTer ,he eges. casllnt ballots for representative Toi! rcgtetiablc condi- tion was indeed suSlctent evidence cil tbe ursent need and necessity ot im- mediate and adequate measures bcinf -sat.h mea j II is bad trocfh lo -hMr pi foot profiteers, but what we say abou lawyers who profiteer through vice' Thtre isn't a word in "the EiiRtlst language strong enough to denounc how you. Mr. Editor, n taken by the government lor the cur-ljee.-lo 4l iu future when tbes; lailmunt of this lamentable sute appear Iu court, to publish ful affairs nnd Jlrt. Xebnar lold of the and five us the names of th- efforts being adopted lo awaken Ins foreign to 8elf-ron-arlo'.jsnesr, icttn.Uy their powers and mlnimlir ineir She said thai Amtri- had lound Ibat through her indif- ference to and the segregation of in- ilockins foreigners had colonized anil wliilc living under Ihe Be safcicwus of tnc ,tbe first slice of aidb'JS ducase of the (pmi trit Itrrovs the tetth Gradually the .Thej infl2--nc, tim thus posinz the untnanieled toota-bese to "the nvagss of atcar.J Tin? iats in the gums rcrms lo sy3trm.; Wedical science liES.trictd nia-y.DIs to inlerting ccimsja cjufot cause of rteuoalism. atitl oiteriSflnoua cofl-i I liich.ttRfcSyUor-'fcat a used ia end n eistently- And in gurds against Foihan's (For the. Gums) deans ttf til, arienliScsUy ss Tceil. B.-Jth 3 mi iKlh Trilh it. i It keeps the whiteftrid clean- f t It giiin-sjirintage has alrendy. set ur Eiart using Forbaii's.'aad. (Siosult'a "dcnttt inmediately.-for EpeciaJ treat- in'-'. -I ote' lubes. fAU fi.'RUA X'S, LTD., S07 11. Jcmti so tluil we Vnow I real Ibcui iu future.. Ybara iruly. -A. I- ALLEN. PROHIBITION-OP COURSE or lo I VA tt Mi to turphw of my dosiir, J bifu to imprciei and he to fa tsm with I thit J ray lift lo or try 'Trait id CORI.VE JCo.akei, Mil We. it or wot kf fruiU-tiTM Llaittd. Will Sw Cit.v, Lunch, Thtn Visit tht Irri- District MONDAY, AUGUST Want More? You Bet He Does! ins the three prior to 1'rohlb- itiou as 3TS9 and durlr.s the samo 'psrloa since prohibition ai 516. The total population ol lie Fort Sufcatchc- wan for three years endioe -Dec. 1916 is lollors: perate. peratc. Tueiday; wllj tntertain tha Alberta Industrial Con. iresi who are (ouring tbu province, itartirf today at Medicine end wlndlnx .up on Saturday ;it tdmonton. The which is peeled to number between 100 .iri'l arc guaiti of the city of Meltclae Hat today., bi the monilot tbvy leave tbat city by and ivill travel to LtthbMdir, arriving here ut ISM 191S 1916 178 21S 1 259 iS SSI sr proteciion ot the Stars ;md Strincs. were still adhering io Iheir old- lime needs and desires. As a couse- quenco schools were heine conducted >y foreign speaking teachers and Ihe use of tie English language- >vas abso- ulely discarded. She told now the 'oroign element had threatened ser- to interfere wiln tae tilu'clcut prosocullon ot ihe ,war, anil how America had sadly sue hid neglecled her dulles in educating these people lo think alons American n-s, and lor American safety. null America had .emerged Irorn the determined lo stimulaic a com- lon patriotism in all oC her maintain her naiioual pros- perity and incrensc hsr national effic- iacy. Airs. Zeltnar closed licr letlure hy appealln1; to men and women for uni- son of purpose as it is only :hy mau End women "heiug united hy common inlereaU, common hopes and common ideals that we may ultimately win tae goal ot- true national ffrealoeH. DR. ROBERTSON RETURNS TO OTTAWA FROM OVERSEAS AOE. James Robertson has returned from. L'-jropc. At the request of Ihe minister or before toe qrmistice was sig-ned. .he went as'Vep ialire q[ tne departnwnl ise conditions in (be Editor of Tho Herald. your permission rill answer a communication which ap- peared iu your issue ol July 7tb, and to which my allculioit has be.en re- cently drawn. The letter is over the .name of -Mr. 11. Galvifaud that gentle- man is attempting to and deny some of the statements made by my- as reporlei in' Ihe Calgary Al- bertan.' Jir. Calvin heads bis article "Pro- hibltiou or 51oderalion." and at once answer him as in the above heading 'Prohibition, of course" and give, the reasons for my decision. ilr. Galvin says "The Alberta, gaols and penitentiaries have more inmates at present tbau a'i.any time prior to Hie adoption of prohibition." "Now Ibe Dominion Ulue Boos: the es that' al April 1st, 1916 (Jusl po irith dian Kibe dis the continent before the adoption of Prohibition) own clly as ins jive your rsadere some gaol istilistici rrom your penal io- 'lltutlon. which lii 1911 held and aver- age of 143 prisoners and a gradual decrease until 1311. ivhen "dropptd to 70. Tblj little under the 5C per cent mentioned above. In 191S tbe lium- ber rose io lOil and for Ihe lirst all c[ present year shows l.ethbridge iaol nowfreceives all the "sbort term" and "iraltlng sealence" men who formerly were held' at tbe Mounted Police barracks at Maeleod, Jltdicine Hal and 1-clhhrldga the wonder is that the average num- ber of inmates now is not lurfer. Mr. Calvin afaln hopes to mislead your readers with iJie stnlemenl ihat Ibe Provincial Police force iiumlMis oOO mea or over. Informatlou Direct from the attorney seneral's depart- menti gives the provincial police as -frbai US to 350." In 19H the. Edmonton clly police force numbered nnd since prohibi- tion came Into force this lias been' gradually cut till in 191? lliere were onlj- "62. I belicro a similar statement true of ihe city of Calgary and o( Tht cntertmlnmtnl c-ommittep. of which SUceyis chairmau, ut't tbfE morning in ihe city hfll) to make final arrangements for the day's pro- gram. At II was planned >o lake Ins delegates Irom the train to CbJI- dalD, and cose to I.etlibriJge by motor. however, it has bern ,1c- clded tlial train will come dFruci to the city. At ihe depot tlio visitors will be rast by Uis acting uiayor. the special committee, and a tour uf tie city will be llic mines and oilier places of Inlerost. Luncheon wlil ihen be served Iu ley Hall, and a number o( FUii will be beard. Following Ihe luiii-licon Iho party will be molored'to Coal- dale irrigated district and reiuntd to loave at 4.30. Citizens are asked io fly ibeir flags and decorate for the occasion. The travelling congress will Ihe leading manufacturers ann railway In Canada nnd the liniteil States. Vntorlunatel.- l-'rs- tlltnt Beally of the C.P.n. and Pfo- mler Borden have both been forced to send their resrsts owing lo Lhe Dre- paralions for' the approaching visit of.tho Prince of vhe' dele- will be yresenl will he shown the resources ot Albnrln at first tianoyanu ihe lour is expected lo produce results ir. the way of manu- facturing concerns for this province In the years (o come. The- city council and Ihe Board of Trade are co-opcrallng to make the You will never fill him up you watch; him growiuj' daily hi heilih When you. jive him plenty o( PEANUT BU1TER Hcoaonicai lur ait winy diiuly utAuiri -isakc ust rciulir your ttlilt. It'l ibi Hholi lamtlr. Vitrr iitltr it, tHJsbt ''B'lllliHIrf" StlttJ Pftmttti rt. L. row'LBn COMPANY LIMITRIJ 5ASXATOON IIECINA Investigation of thefts of fromj r. S. tiecrelary of pVar Divker is cellars :inil Lcc buses Ivrie, PH., ro- inK aulhor'.ty lo dlitrlhule J5PO.OOO suited in f.iuillu'; a ll-year-oM bor from the A. E. 7. [HE in a hul buill Lilgli bruiK'bea pthu Stars and Stripes, to rrenrh vit tree In tlie 'woods. tbe population of the Aluerla peniten- tiary was 152; in it showed 160; ill ISIS aeaill 125, and at April 1st tills year there