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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of- Live LocalNews 1LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It 1 Haystacks Around Coaldale'i HR MEIO Made a Calgary Alderman Out Feed Scarcity MEIGHEN'S VISIT Visitors to Ihe city on Tuesday with the Aii.nrta Travelling Industrial Con' tress, many ol whom had seen noth- inc bul drled-np fields and prairie since their arrival In western Canada, were treated In a tllmpse of the brlJse Irrigation bell following the luncheon yesterday noon, and m a ioupl9 ot houre' aulo nm through the foaldale dlitrtcl thoj what con- vlnced them ot the latent possibilities of the great etrotcb country known as Southern 'Alberta. Piloted by II. A Suggit. one ot Ihe wlreu of the Co'aldale Commercial Club, the party, numbering over 100. was lakeu ilirmist! Irrlgal'.on belt, going by 'the south road and returning by the northern route. On the going trlji a drive was laken through the Hxperi mental Farm, where Ihe visitors Ticc-preBldeul, Winnl- V. T. L. Aruelt. Sourl.; II. A. Tubby. Sourls: Aid. MabaUy. Calgary: Vill- lard Hushes, llrandon; V. B. Leonard. Geo. W. Gooilnll, Toronto; eonw Dealt) ot lieatly Brow, and London: W. H. Tom. Medicine laf W X Smith. J. D. Me- wire received Vr A. Buchanan, M.I', tills afternoon. lion. Arthur Melg- lieu, minister ot the interior, ei- ui'ds to leave Winnipeg some ilny noil week tor Southern Al- berta. Mr. Buchanan eipscls to be ot tbe eiacl date liter. LACROSSE As a German Sees It (By J. K. K.) MAY BE ABLE 10 One of those German proper sra that'had been, working tor Bill, Caull Minneapolis; It looked that Manufacturing leaders Irom south ol the line were also greatly Interest-] cil in what they saw. expressing to local business men who accompanied ihc party that K irr'gation develop- mcnl In Southern Alberta were car- ried on vigorously and the whole coun- trr made as productive as lliat through which they hail passed, there, v.-oalcl be no need to worry about the future. Financial and manutacturlng concerns In the e'ast and in the United States will watch the development ot Ihu irri- gation noEs'bililies ot Southern Alber- ta with a much keener interest in the future as a result ot the vlsil of the congress to Lethbridgc. The party arrived hack In the city ft 52I> and immediately entrained for Calgary Vhere the sessions of the con- cress aV'wntcn the industrial develop- ment of the. province will be d.s- 1 "favor lirowu of Medicine Hat is one ot Hie most aclive ot the .Mbertans ill endeavoring to make the congress a success. He was an interested spe- tutor In'the Coultlale lrip_. S? Johnaon, Grand W16.; D. J- Wallace. Toronto: J. S. Pomcroy. Minneapolis; A. c. Way, Los Angeles; K. f. Choi nlere. Calgary: Eorle Hooker Baton Chicago- J C. Chicago: liar veyT'lllll. Chicago; C. K. Billon Bridgeport. Conn.; A. V. Andrews. Hal; 11. 1. Spauldlng, Oak- land. Calif.; Elizabeth Hall.- Majiniee; Lieut-Col Nelson Spenetr. M.I.I., Medicine Hat; C. Hehder. llowman- ville Out.' J. Halhle, Chicago. 111.; J. Mclireevy. Calgary; K. 11, Cinther, Medicine Hat: J. II- Swan, Medicine Hal- K O Mcl.aurln. Saskatoon; vi. A Urake, Dayton. O.; C. K. Kellogg, Medicine Hal; Walter llnckvalc. Medi- cine Hat; C. A. R'.cbarclson, (Medicine Hat- 11 1; Tweed. Medicine Hat; H. M Oliver. Medicine Hat; Edward Moir, Marcellus, K.Y.; J- K. ton- J. II. Tabor, Medicine Hal; 1- F, Wabre. Toronto; G. B. Carpenter, Winnipeg; 11. K. Thompson, Amhevsl; Uto'll. Lewis. Toronto; A. Ji. Hois, Munson; Hunter Dicksqn, Chicago; it i i J Kaot H. C. Wallace, The I'iis- J V' Winnipeg; W. S lioss.'Gait; It.-O. Ashwin, Mile- stone, Sask.; H, npyd, Fillinore, Sask.; W. H. Little. Detroit-. 11. F. M. Ross, Winnipeg; If. K-. Uearlslo. Win- H. J. Voting on the meter bylaw to ralte (or the purchase and Installation ol meters will take place on September 2. it was de- cided at the city council meet- ing this morning. Sanction for tne issue of the bonds has been received, from the provincial board of public utilities. Arrangements were also made at the meeting to hold 3 public meet- ing lo discuss the meter question on Tuesday evening, August 19, 8.30 in the Central school. letter which opened the ccn- i sor It read as follows: Lethbrldge. Aug. H. WIS. lunar Mr. "oW0 i i hope you. can appreciate a joke; that bunk 1 gave you before tbe war 'would make a horse laugU. it i you will please have some sense ot humor. I haven't written you in a i ions time, bul I sure have liteti work- 1 ing all I could for you. 1 joined the o B IT over here, l.ul U ain't no cinch 1 was on the Job at Drumheller to a week ago. That place sure' was well named, because they pretty near drummed hell out ot me and a others ot your faithful a couple o! nighls ago. t was hoofing it tor Mexico to get a job with Villa, or if !mv work was loo coarse tor him. I was going lo apply to your tr ends PossibilUy cf Unions Brought Into Existence in (he Larger Mining Camps moil of the now how finely adapted was the coun> try for your puri'itisc. although I have ridden liver U (lie last at) -If ihis had only undertake years ago. there would be no tall I these days i'f a possible shortage 01 i leed tor our cattle, pigs and hut il would lie now what it nil! be n i Hie tulure. OIK- of the richest local! ........___opinion as above, (ties ill America. to ihe Heralil this nioruine.. j --He-ally. 1 think ihe west should o used lo talk a lot about tho war. Alter Ihe war wasn't on very firm grounds; U was 'above, my head, out now 1 know what n-itnri in I UI31HLI. iudi ..K. ..-Q WhVi, was futernatlonal Kanctlon. and that it was When .ii.tHct nffic als called because the district officials tavoring tho O.U.U. desired to use the miners of the district to their purpose. In a statement Issued in Calgary, the Weeds are bothering the boat- ers and batners in Henderson Lake A letter from the Aquatic Association to the city council was read at this morning .meeting of that body. The city replied that plans are now under way for tht consiructiorr ot a ma- chine which it is believed rid the lake ol the' nuisance. It likeiy, However, thai the implement' will he ready for use this season. charged with uttering kirged international officials who are here to appeared tiefore Magistrate Martin. Muclood; B. is received then ihcre can be no good tbe mines cannol be put UltCK ail W UHllviia, tbink of alarting some more turmoil, la la- Marshall, llprron. Calgar into operation 'and the United bet if you got any cents left tc's "whn TCI N S. Viiiiiant; ao L. Ol I- I iPUt-I nl U. J- rUCUUrlmm, I .-u..v. I onf W '.H. Olin, Denver; jlor of Ihe Winnipeg fr li'n Denver; L. B. Jepson, Min-; Smith, ot the Calp'y A 1 ._ __.___.___i i nHninl nf II1P rfll Press: "Mn 1 crosse. lertan: Chas. yc buy sour Jc Vilrin nanch il.ay offwar til. a l ev'ew Ca sarv; Geo. W. Goutlall. of ,iealhen Canadians i get killed paBtini -wn at lacrosse. Xo answer expected, lie view, Times the In Ihe parly Were -were a nm per Mj.'Dr. Dick- anl-wav I ain't got' no pernianeni of newspanermen, Thos H. I lacklock To nancul a saj-'Ihere's a good Montreal Gazelle parliamentary cor- son, I it runs W a river, or may- worKen--. agreemeni. continue as a basis for working conditions and the settlement of disputes. To reach this stage it will, he necessary 'to once I have'iocal unions in Ihe various 1 ad >lnlnB camps lhronBhout Ihis tern- 10 permanent afl- Or iho United DANCE At Henderson Lake Pavilion Wednesday, Aug. 13 Commencing at 9 o'c. Harper's Orchestra ADMISSION 1O cents per DANCE Montrea Gazette paruaiucuiou al Ottawa, 'and formerly [American, .Uncato, AUCTION SAL -.'I AdrninistratoFS ion lory with a" charter of the United Mine Workers. Notified to Return each locality where this is ac- complished will be notified when lo resume, work under Iheir prqsenl cxlsling nBreemenl and any disputes which racy arise under the agreement or out of Order No. 12f will be then taken up and the Inter- Another P. S. Your profession O. B. U. Intimidation would starve here; ireople burn only zas or coal, but thai simp son ot voiirs could be a bootlegger, at least has got gall enough. }12 a quart tor hootch, gel yourself hangetl. jnll here. It runs W hee a river runs by .il; anyllilng ite got somethln lo do wilh Rivers. Yours p g slauds tor Obedient But Useless. Diito appeal too well governed. They the oiTiclals are.rough'On lough They charge So long. Don'l HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY PUBLIC ACTION IN THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Commencing on IN SOUTH HALF OF STORE RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY GREENFIELD'S EX- CHANGE, REAR OF DOMINION BLOCK ON SIXTH STREET SOUTH General Merchandise -f iConsutme of Goods, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' and Gent's Furniihing., Dishes, Tinware and Furniture: Cash Regutwl Toledo Computing Scale, Safe, Remmg- ton Typewriter, Show Cases and Counters. 'REAL Building and Lots in the town of Bow Island. Though I.ethbridge housewives arc sllll chafing over the restrictions !n sugar purchases lo five pounds, there is some hope lint the situation will he relieved shortly and thaj the pre- serving' season will assume -normal proportions once more. The follow- ing wire from the Canadian Trade Commission tells what. lias been done to meet Ihe situation in the vrest: "License tor export Ot sugar not now being granted. 'Refineries report a tolal of 395 cars ot 300 sacks each have been shipped to the west Iron) the nerloil o! June 80 to Angnsl 2. Shipments promised for the weak ending today, August 1, total 109 cars of 300 sacks each. "Canadian Trade Commission. International Commission de- sires to call the atlenlion ot the coal miners in Ihis district to the Inlimi- dalinc methods of the advocates of the One Big lihion, in which they try to prevent joining the United Mine Workers. The word 'scab is ccmmonly'nscd .10 intimidate men from Joining tho United Mine ers The Internallonal Commission lakes Ihis Informing all the coal miners in this terrilory Ihnt Ihcre is no f.lrikc W thlfi territory which has bceii endorsetl by the Internation- al organization and wo wish lo Inform Ihoso men who became members of our union thai they will he furnished protection againai :i.e intimidating underhanded ladies that are employ cd by the One hig Union to preven lliem from becoming members of the United HMne Workers. commission treats the infer- ences of Ihe Ono Big Union advocates the contempt that-they deserve, and before long some of these indi- viduals who drew their salary Iron, tie United Mine Workers will he npologizing lor: Iheir aclion'-We-arc desirous lo say on tehnlf ol the Inter- national Union that tlio United .Mine Workers are here to slay." ;The Highway Beckons Information lor Auto Travellers Some Places to Slay ancho Get Supplies for Your Aulo, Cel out in .he open these summer days when Ihe coo, trt.b air, and Eoort roads invite you. Chief Inspector ot Schools Goimati is fn the clly loilay on n tour ot the south where he is vising the school dislrlcls where Ihe drought may be es. pecltd lo nllect the keeping ol the schools open. "The department wishes H thoroughly understood." salil Mr. It dcalrca all -schools to be. kept open' during .the coming tprms as usual, and that whert aid is 'iTo Include Four Captured Ger- man Guns and Also An Al Ihe city council meeting this morning It was decided to wire lo Mayor Hartiie, who Is now in the easl, 10 vlsil Ollawa aitd'lnten-low Ihe gov- ernment with seeking war trophies tor Ih6 clly. The tdmonlon les have already done so anO TE S CAS P. PORTER, Auct. 327 Eleventh Street 4692 ueii-soica ne-crfcd in doing so this dcparlment received some encmiragernent will render il. Education must Oen. Cruitshanlts. The major su or on account ot the dronslil." will ask .for at -lejst eight cannon with Mr Oornian la Mr.. Schc-tleld, at principal ol llic schools1 at' Clamholm. Mr. Schqflclrt is going to Foremoal as Inspector for that .ills- trlcl, Uitlng the place ot Jlr. PSrker, who has 6ecn Iranslerreu lo another part ol the province. IRW1N ILL Haaittfa'e rooms and it 1> report- ed'Jn.'pollw lhat nuiu1 ilk will as .or a -es 0( which four will be captured Ger mftn guns by; On thfc suggestion made hile here the olhe oy uapi. rioy WUILU day, the c'ty la also ask to an airplane.. .WOOL AUCTION l.OMJO.S. Au'g oltering at the wool auction wlpi jcslertia amounted to All were sold chiefly ItnX continent. Inferlo were irrejulnr. t I I The Hole] Fernie Win. Wyall. Mahagc'r" The Commercial Man's Home Hales ami Up per pay- Fernie. British Columbia. Rooms With Bath in Connection. Seven Firsl-Class Sample Hooms. Ilol end Cold Water and Telephone in Every Hoom. King Edward Hotel pincher Creek, Alia. Eus WeetE All Trains. Sleam Healed Thronghpul.- Special Attention Oivej to Com mercial and Transicat Trade. D. B, SlpleV Prop.' MEDICINE HAT Follow the Red Trail from Leth Blue Trail from Cal- gary, the Black Trail fro'm Mon all lead to tlie only official hotel in the HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Service Station for Dodge, Over land and Traffic Truekl. Accessories, Gas, Oils and Greases Batteries Repaired and Recharged Prompt 'Service, Nlghl Sundays King Auto Bus and Auto Livery in Connection. Family Cars to M; SERVICE GARAGED. Service 'and liejjair. .'gallon .for McLaughlln'Cars. U.o.o.d, .Dpm inlon and Ooodyeiif. V.alcan Iztris and general; Repair.. .Work Balierles. WARNER, ALBERTA FORD GARAGE General-Oar and Tire ServlM. Warner, AlberU A. P. Veale, Prop. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Mobile Oils, S'olarlne, Dominion and Olhor Good Tires Prompt Saliafaciory Service at All. x RIVER-AARDWARE eo, F. J. Coitet, Proprietor. Milk River, AIU. V HOTEL WARNER When at Warner make jour home at the Hotel Warner. I.' ihi lilnce anils you come dgnin.' ALTAMONT GARAGE Battery Service, VulcanljlnJ, Ig- niUon and General in Touriela nt the line. Road S- Montana General Custom? Oflice next door Stop In aiid sen us Gel enfiugh air la speed >on on your way, 'Robert, and Bilker, Proprietor, COUTtS, ALBERTA I ;