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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TOOK I OAltY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THELETHBR1DGE HEHALp LIMITED 823 6h Strel Lethbrldjo Buchanan t aud Manning Director in showing the views ot the great statpsmeu ot the lleally it would seem that it Ihe llril already carrying uu precedented could see its way clear to guarantee sis million uhiriv million of bonds to assist tho Soudan Govern ment in irrigating a district of SIM per it would seem thai our own Dominion for her own I people settled un her own lands should loot to guarantee the bonus for a much smaller amount on laud D UP IN LETHBSH50B DAILY HEFALT AUGUST Manager much so that they From Our Own DOW of the Alberta Government Employment was In town on Wednenlav o last He appoint ed iiarJins is local sent hero for the employment Hell ud John Samp sell left on Thursday for Mani Lena formerly the public school has given up the teaching profession and left on TELEPHONES Business Editorial Office nixht prosper and help 10 build up a or the she is enter imild meet all its obligaling the New York hospital efttclent jrain I home Join In wUhlnj her even Mwrber Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates per week year bv per year by rer year i There is no ban on using the i Russian thistle for feed just because I ii U a sort ot Bolshevik 5110 wrist fallen cops will in future wear Mow have tho mighty Just because propose to meier the water supply is ot pinlry of subscriptions sp on address label Acccpt oC papers afier expiration nate u oar authority to continue lha sub no good reason for a jump In the price of i mlnUier ot 1 Arlhur minister ol will reach Winnipeg tcmlshi personally with appeals in the Yield is 2S 31 Better pf sight strike ieiders and ht rivpr Agar nil sen Russel were way Eitunlay ou their down from Tabsr to Quite a number from this town tended tho fair In our sister town of WnmiiKii last Wednesday slid re port a good Several motored down later in the day for the base ball garae and for iho dancs ai The regular meeting ot the Red Cross Society was hold to tho rest room last Wednesday with the following members present Mesdamcs and The Pi mo v 15ui amixc aliens listed for U la un While no definite plans hive been it 3 believed Caldor will hear appeals o him on the deportation orders 01 uic soeclal board ot inquiry agamsi Charitinolt and Oacar Bail for tho eight strike leaders now held In provincial pending trial on charges of conspiracy at the October assiies It U be ouo ot the inatiers to bo passcj on by Than Two Bushels Over Previous High prelim or tho per acr fall wheat for Canada ia SS as compared with 19 bushel last and with 22M bushels to the docentennial years from 190 This the hlghes average on the previous r ABLE TO GET of limo sewing was is the great panacea Cor most then business meet The trouble in Russia and In I MEM13ERSII11 CAKDS From Our crowds attending the crows Chautauqua which is being neiu ai fASSING FOR THE BUSY A big 5lela o tobacco Is expected at Henry a pioneer ot is William a Icaiicr In philanthropic movements in Winni is thousand applications tor lt yorco will heard In Minnesota courts this Warden Blsss or Wculwotth was nominated for North In the Legislature as the can DAREFliLLY CONSIDER THE There li a lot to be said on lides of the water ihe ratepayers should hear both before to cast votes on September They ihould therefore attend the public neetfeg on Tuesday evening next irheh the commissioners will endeavor eiplain why meters should be in 1 and no oppon iuts ot the plan trill present their Metering of household tvater sup plies in Canadian and in most Amer can cities is a new and naturally ie ratepayers want to know Ell abont They should m order to be to cast an inteligent They ihould iraow whether lue it s propsed to spend for the installation would repair as water in the city to save the waier rtich it is fairly sure is now going o The shrtnld Snow what ihe flat rate wiil be if meters are riot and they should knovj how mete red water they would get laily for a similar Meters may be ithe only solutionof water as com but theicommia iloncrs must be able to give the pcopa facts before they can expect to 1 jet them votefor a scheme whicb mean curtailing for healths should5e the cheapest com nodity in any a sreat many other parts of ths world of interest r few cord being In which was On Ihe harvested area of acres the total yield Is bushels compared with bushels last and with the record tall wheat yield of where the bulk ot be tall wheat crcp Is has i total yield tor J919 of bushels from an average yield per acre of Iast print pa of tbo Harbord Collegiate Insti from over seas after having located the gravo of his son at Tte strike situation remains changed at the mines Notice has been given that al men employed the McGMUvery mine can obtain a disinclination to iis the rusulL tV uli SSvS tt Ywrj ft bas been decided lo disorganize the i thcir membership cards p societv at end of She Red Cross applying to any local U is hit havo availed themselves oi this oppor The B is having own troubieV withthe coal minere In Al So far toe seems to stand for nothing more than One Bi A northern England manufacturer adrniis that he is ashamed ot his prof Some is ovcrioofeing a great opportunity in failing to secure this specimen of the genus The Calgary Albertan reporter who the district on Tues day saw so much hay tuat he con cluded there would be a million tons oi and sad so in bis published re We know the Coaldale fanners would like to agree with and are the early past of On Friday evening of last week Thompson entertained cral of her lady friends in honor who has come io mako her home in this her husband have a Thu localmen who pur ed the Pacific year the Ontario yield was only SOO bushels from an averaee uer acre ot 19 Tho total yield of tny and clover in Can is estimated at tons from an average per acre Alfalfa Yield The total yield Is the highest on record and compares with last years yiold at Ot al manager of th Traders Trust in Brands and paster the Congregaliona church has a call t tha Union church al Cypress Rive having charge of one of the The hostess served a delicious lunch during the Tha Ladies Aid o the United PariiiC jsvsj the alterations the total yjold Is tons eipect to be ppen against last Uiimn0 anu nf prvnl imed church meet in tha church The Womens Inslitule hold their regular moaUily meeting In the resl cam on We iope to have a splendid McRorjwhile away last sueceeded In purchasing avbusi ness in and twill leave Bow Island for that place at the end of August and of Wmni are Bow Island visitors Mr Bart Nevers Is leaving for the Manitoba wheat fields todav to help harvest tha crop for business about September The pince has teen renovated from top to bottom and when thrown open to the public will satisfy a long felt Tho first threshing at returns from Portage La Bewarr of Thump Boxes THATS the term of derision applied to cheap viauos by the trado made lo sell but not lo iiuy a famous old MASON 1 RISCH and bo sure ot a life time of sutisiiictory Ash tor our terms of payment at factory tohomo Style Booklet Eont The Lalmora Block Komo of the and Albert ilarsi and COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE PRINCIPAL DlAD principal of the Collegiate footballpro moter and leading Is dead here juiss Slater and C Jamieson returned on Monday from their holiday trip to Glacier Park Evaos has returned from sorry that the additional nought in his figures couldnt bs With Pal Haras converted to irriga there shouldnt he much doubt tha minds ot other doubt old timers who hated to see the hardwirefences cutting op the long time against ana JIUIAU Jas Monds from Medicine Isitlng at High 4hn Mrc IT RODErtOn DEVELOPMENT BASIS OF ALL Agricultural development istne Dasis ial all According lo vicepresident of the Inter lattonal Harvester who spoke at f Induslrial congress session in Cal Tha fact that a greai iniiusiriai eader had no hesitation in makng Vais at a congress which ivas attended by many rom toth the United States and Can ula aTibnld ba the greatest encourage 3ieal for the Lethbridge Board of For the past six years oca board has been beadingall Its jherglesto Ihe development ofthe igricullural resources of the immense 3rsa centering on ie results to far nave been very satj But greater results are ei jected shortly when the campaignfor Irrigation extension is successfuL Is the greatest project towbich Lethbridge Boardof Trade has rver lent Its its realiia ranseheld put a long time but they have learned that the world Is calling for and behind the best scheme to secure it ponents to irrigation eitension to lie found In the but Bunrs conversion will serve to show them that they dont nndersand all about It yet on Sunday and were at home of and 5iisa Moors was juest of Miss U Medicine Henderson and Will mott went up north last week looking up hay J Mr of the relnfned on Monday aftefa short Gilbert relumed oh Sat urday from camp at E1KWater take buthas goneback Onhis re turn trip to camp he took Oliver children with bins join their par are camping at the Werts and eons spen the past few days on visit at th home of and Hands and Huret and Robcrton was a visito I Medicine Hat Duffy went to Medicine yesterday to meet his son and brid have just arrived from Englan They will be guests at the o and Ixracks to some McNeil wl have been with their leave for Ihelr home in North Dakota The Jledicine team came up yesterday 16 play the Bow Island but owing to weather no game was Slone and txt will mbtt retarntd fromi their trip to the north country last i i Miss Ivy Roherton arrived today from the east to visit at the come of In consequence of the the condition of grain crops n Saskatchewan and Alberta at tha nd of July was worse by from 8 to points than at the end of hus the condition of wheat in Sao atchewan to July 31 was 7S per f the docentennial as i per on June In Alborla bo July percentage ot wheat was as compared with 80 In The lanitoba Bering owing to an outbreak of has deteriorated by so that the condition is ex pressed by 9 rer or S below avsregs as compared with or the promise of on averago a month In ths jnarltime prov inces conditions continue the percentage for wheat being 103 In Prince Edward 101 In Nova and 96 In New In tho conditions ot a month ago has been maintained or even im wheat being 9S for both and oats being 102 for as against 99 for In Ontario spring wheat is in as against S7 In and oafs are as cam when who started to thresh reported ayield oi bushels on a 50acra an average of 2S bushelsto Iho A press association understands that Kobert Ucnalii lias acquired tho chief interests in a Lbii don evening and will shortly coutlnueo il niii Into over ils It will be conducted on independent Tho London branch of tho Great Veterans Assoeiaiion in coiiseQuence of raised by many concluded lo erase from Is records a passed nlnglho Ontario Following llie sceeptance bf the resignation Soromor villo presidency She I board governors of the Western Little mid to SamuelScott was wounded In the body hip by a ricochettlng bullet from tho I pisio of a Toronto who mistook hipi and his Xorman for two notorious Tho Drug Calgary was fined a total ot nearly 5100 when it was found guilty of in fractions of iho early closing bylaw fractions o uio cany closing IIULULMI by teoping open after 10 on four agreed m wntujg on failure to keep his Ilia insured is the novel claim made In a law suit begun by Lillian May Price against her Frederick Ocorgo Price of Tlie nlalnlift alleges that Ihe defendant 01 Ilii mninges Jor alleged By Keeping open IM un dilterent occasions The fines were to insure his life in a rep utable Insurance company and to 520 and coVis each ot tho tour which would bring ho tola fines to nearly The Harry was roissilsiilty of t nf rac lions of the same was 520 and costs on against CHURCH NOTICES and keej it She asks for hli lailure to keep thisagree The couple are apart mid the agreement under which ac tion Is alleged lo be one of the ternis lor tho WILLING TO CONFER WITH THE PRESIDENT two hour discussion today the senate j foreign relations committee decided to i notify President Wilson that it call uim at the House at his convenience to discuss the peace to retsueet a conference slth President Wilson It was agreed that all Information secured from the president shoultlbe made There was no indication the White House when tho president would receive the To nqairers Secretary Tumulty saio We have no comment lo ANGLICAN Cyprtans Church nun 8th Canon i ftaetor Organist and Choir METHODIST Wealey Church t Resldeacs 320 lltSSf rhsnei ChurchSltldy Clauds Cirtetor Union Services with Knoi Presbyter at Canon ian church for and August been called away During August morning service in t vrtll he no ser evening service in Knox in St Cyprians 1 and conducted by Revi e 1 Bible School at PRESHYTEBiAit Knox Church Corner 4th and Kh orjanUt and choir leit aring July and Augukt Knox and Wesley churches unite their In August services In Wcsle church 11 and Knoi at f yumiay i Kinderfiatien anu Besiuiiura AUGUSTINS CHURCH Cor2nd and South Hols Communion First and Third the will begin to reap the reward at its detenu i nation to develop in the agricultural vi the t tenor of the industrial Congress sessions so far Vias been fjevfeloptnent on the basis of our IjCthbrldge tniaValie la to its policy of ihe past Sundays at 8 t Morning Service ai l No Evening threeSundays in ser THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH Rev E 1271 5th 16 rourtH p s BlnMr 10 Junior Rectors address 1548 JIaro GOVERNMENT ASSISTS MRRIfSATJON 1 acting of Development aas received a of The ujasgow Herald from Uie president of Ihe in Ihe following 1RRIOATION sCHEMC On tor the stcond read of the Government of the Soudan Biltj tinder foreign SDcmtory said the object o bill enable Ihe Oorernraen ofS Ibe onrpose rvasl it vvorks certain conslrucfipm Tbo Jlouse was BAPTIST First Baptist Church and 3ru Pastor uireciari oi Choir Strvlccs at 11 The MtdlciflVof a Merry Sunday Sthool andBible Class at Kvening Service at Subject The Foundation of a Ths preach at both aer 1C arc cordially SHOE TALK What causes Hat foot and broken arches In many cases with childrenitIs caused because the parents thai the foot is longer whan standing on me leei sitting and they do not allow for this as well as This crowds the weakens it nnd wearer suffers from in later We know how to fit chtiareu s them ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES NELSON Col THIRD SHERLOCK BUILDING 10 Boys School In tho 11 2 de partments oi the SBiidanSvhoo IB 2 of Sunday CHRISTIAN SCIET4CB CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull M 11 i Sanday School convenes at ths close j tot Ihe Sunday morning tvinfngj MI f centSuridars 3 to 5 where theBiple and Scfenia mar beresa panlic s to at 1 School In the acnool in me Adult of the a s in tno Song THE ASSEMBLY PENTECOSTAL 2nd and Slh St Moose Hall Higlnbutham Block Stanley 517 Simdayat 11 lircaking of A MARYS CHURCH Lcthbrldgs Morning 11 Shelter Your Family THEY ARE NEAR AND DEAR TO YOU AND GOOD A MONTHLY INCOME CF AFTER THE SHALL POLITAN LIFEMAKE A FLOOD OF COMFORT Save Now For METROPO OFFICES IP YOU UVE OUT Icnl the ehurcp visit the rcidteg Ko Sunday Schoolor Bible Class dup ing Christian tMreli Oliver 3rd and Bible School al lowing Snuject The of the r IliriBtlaix Blanche Bvenlne Suojecl The Record Convert OutsW With Ibis Protection DEPOSITS MADE NOW WITH THE METRO FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE a Rainy Day LSTAN LIFE 20rSHERLOCK BLOCK OF TOWN WRITE British fiiiancss to die Governruerit of the so Jit at life might In a iiwailioli toraise ihe loan onterms more thali might others Vise le maln con nerneii In tho icnerae was an area of acres at Ihe confluence of Iho Blue nodi forHRrds this 60 DESPISETH THE WORD i SHALL BE BUT HE THAT FEARETH THE COMMAND WENT SHALL BE A Hearty Welcome To A Sunday The Oood and rriday at S LEAOUE 3rd rorwaras inn SSati With a t biilllls significant or urlhSr Ministers aro reminded lhat chirch notices snoulcl ho hana ed In Before oclocR Friday to onaitra as1 llils paper goea to prejs earlyHal urOay r f f 4 I Adjulanl and 3 j Sunilay SiinuaVVli and i Tbnrarlay aid Pubtis PENTECOSTAL HOME ANO FOREIGN M1ISION 205 13lh Mnjt N6rth Sunday and at 8 o Everybody ;