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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE UOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPET IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST LETHRRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEWN Gives Splendid Talk on The liripor'aiit Question of Reconstruction Yesterday, afternoon, at the Chau- taviqua, a spieiidld concert was given by Ferdinand .Pillion and his assist- ants. Mr. Pillion's yiollp selections were much appreciated, also his .in- teresting discourse on the evolution of music and the gradual development of the Folk song. In the evening Miss Arausou re- nuested everybody holding season tickets-to give .'them In today with their name and address'and telephone number written on the back, as thto year's season ticket hojdcrs will be given preference next year, as a great- er number of season tickets were sold this year than was really necessary. Tom Skcyhill, the lecturer last eve- ning on Is the bril- liant young 'Australian soldier-poet jylio was blinded in the war and came to America ,lo raise Liberty war bonds, and created tho record 6f ob tainlng .twenty-three million, seven hundred.and fifty thousand doljars in and old age, sad In return secure uledses from Jfttwr to have nothing to do with the Bolshevik element, not to on strike without arbitration, and, then only alter a secret and fair ballot, to be wltt .a. fajr wage and to away with limited pro- duction, then capital .will done a great deal towanjs MtUing tha bate and dlstriut labor of capital. "Then there great factor which If it could be 'brought about would than anything else iu the reconiuwtton at the Uie League of there Is one great arxoownt ip faror of the League and thkt.Ii help to 'do away with-that hell See Six Thousand Acres of Wheat on Noble Farm twenty-three minutes. "It 'gives me extreme Mr. Skeyhill then gave a recital from his poem on the'landing of the Australians at GalUpoli. It conveyed a wofiderful picture of the beauty ot the Medlterratfeaii "at? night, the glor- ious .dawn, and with the dawn the lauding of the Australians in _tlia face of the Turkish batteries, 'and "then the awful picture of civilized man turned' into a primitive fighting sav- age. "Surely Anyone with the slightest claim to u son! who holds any argu- ment in favor, of war would realize the horror of it after listening to the poems ot Tom Skeyhill. There was a lecture this after- noon by W. L. on derslood and a'concert by the 'Fist Jubilee Singers. Tonight, grand closing concert by rTisk Jubilee Singers. I Thirty-Four Lads Eager, to Par- ticipate in; Course said Mr. Skeyhill, "and I consider it a. great honor to addresr. such a vast representative-, audience tonight. These are scrisus he elated, "which, call, for plain sneaking from tho in tn privileged, to fpeak on the Tilalform.. ,Tbe world Is facing a graver crisis now than it was called upon wto face in August, 19H the crisis of reconstruction. If wo look hack, history positively teaches' 'us that it is .harder to reconstruct societj' mter a than it Is to beat the enemy -iiK the field.1 -T-.w'ant to warn you. of .Canada that, although we ,have ft'ou- the war, if we fail to s'olve the problems of reconstruction, we shall lo.sb civilization itself. The p'eople of Canada here are living' in comfort and luxury, while this year in Europe millions and millions of peo- pie, .will die of 'starvation. "Now, these problems are not simply Russian'.. prohlem's.. German, French or British problems; they are. world problems, and being world prob- lems they. iirc-our problems. Wo can- iiot .all go Europe arid help solve these problems, but here in our own home town we 'can do our share to- wards It. .And set about it in. a spirit ot" optimism'. Wo won the war on spirit of optimism and we must 're- build the world .on it. Ily ail the ruffls arid calculations should" huvo 'won .the war, hut they lacked that wonderful .spirit of indomitable cheerfulness which characterized the Allies. sairt Mr. Skeyhill, "did you sec a Canadian soldier march up to the front .line grumbling or alwars they a oh their lips and a smile in their 'eyes. If wo H'aYe'faiieiHn the'past we must forget II and try again in 'the pres- ent. i "One of the most important factors iu reconstruction is production. Of course rriany things have "mitigated _., ___________ ___ ______ ____ against '.production. Dearth of labor, boy to get In on this send him along scarcity of raw material, lack of and ion Wednesday afternoon nt 1.30. No irregular transportation; all these bathing suits are allowed. This is for things have helped to interfere, but Ihft parent's Information.-; Thin .rule is the arch offender ,Is the distrust and hatred between labor, and capital. There arc faults on botli sides. Capl- 'tal has tried to crush and labor when given a fair share has often been greedy and demanded more and often, gone on strike without a-griev- nnce, merely in sympathy with other strikers. Every man has a right tq down no man has a right to dictate whether the other man shall ______ _______ down tools. La.bor-and capital must 'a get together and cooperate. .If capl- wnsh basin or If vou find him fre- tal Kill introduce an Insurance policy wently taking a hath as he is learn: to protect labor against unemployment lug how to see and breath in swim- ming, On account o't the swimming :lasses no swimmers will be allowed In the pool at those hours. The sched- ule for swimming will not be changed and wlllbe as follows: Special juniors' (10 to 1Z Wednesday, 4 to 5 free. Satur- day, 10 to 11 a.m., free. Juniors (12 to '14 Monday and Friday, 4 to 6 p.m., free. Intermediates (15 to 17 Mon- day and Friday, 7.30 to 9 P.m.. on ticket. Theso are the 'boys' hours and the parents are asked to cooperate in seeing the boys oorao at .these hoiirs as much as possible. Great Opportunity for Bus- iness Men Offered Jjy Board of Trade Trip All aboard 'for Wednesday after- noon's Board of Trade trip to the farms of ths Nobieford Foundation Ltd. Tills U the first Board "of Trade trip to be organized-this year, and enthus- iasm being displayed by officials in charge Indicates that It will be one ot the most successful ever staged. Autos will HDJ up at the Union Bank corner at will pro- ceed to the Cameron Ranch where the crowd will be welcomed by Sir. Noble and staff. Hugh Crawford is the mar- shal md pathfinder, of tho lour. The committee In charge. Is composed of A. G. Baalim, R. J.' Dinning, 0. li, Edgeli, J. W. Bawtten and W. D. King, if you desire to make the trip and lave not a place in an auto, call -up Mr. Ferguson at 0. B. IWgett's offleB, phone 651. .A serrice car ia being supplied Liie BIJoo Motors. It will mate the trip to. the Cameron Ranch, remain there while the tour of Alberta's big- gest farm is being made and return with the pzrty. Calgary Board of Trade is going'to be request having been received for a number of reservations. Prof. 0. H. Button of tho C. V. R. 'de- partment of. natural resources is in the city and will join the party. If you have never seen acres of golden wheat In one field; if you want to see cutting and threshing pro- ceeding, on the same farm at one time, If you wish to the greatest total value ever produced on one farm in one year in the Dominion of Canada, and it you wish to see tho famous Noble organization, take advantage of the civic holiday Wednesday afternoon and Join tha party. Refreshments will be served at the ranch at five o'clock! the Rhyming Optimist (By "Aline Mlshaells.) I call upon the tragic muse; my tupnie is iu her. line; I wonder if it's any UBO to try to find my shoeti? I wonder when I'll dinet This house was once a cheerful nest. 1 Joyed to call It homo: bat now I hunger tor a quest to send me east, north, south, or west; Just fio I'd get to roam. You should: have looked but yesterday e'en upon'its: tranquil ways. It was all-pleasant and serene, so different from the troubled scene that now as- sails my tnen my hat was cldse.'at' handVsgaiust my going out; the :-NewsyV News was at command; my' pipe was, at the same old stand whefco It bad long hung out. Each room Jfctfvl such, a peaceful look, I i'ould-have let, things stay on their accustomed, shelf or hook or waiting weli-known nook uutil the Judgment Day. Dut stracge, sad changes now are wrought, that placid air is gone; with danger, every step is fraught and not ooe thing sits where .It; .ought; We're cleaning liouso sincii; dawn. 'Now, had Wife told mo in; advance ahput ibis doleful day should have'had a fighting chance to guuday coat and pants anrj miilse, ray, get-away. But no, last eve 'cijnijtog wile, her talk was very morning, though, she wore no hut In grief ant frigid, style; .'.'Here are- the rugs to The sun had scarcely left his couch .when'I.was ordered up. They've lost my tobaccopouch, and 1 have got Vn. ayrtill for thorn's no place to: sup. I .call upon the. tragli jnuse ,In this dire plight of mine and had I beeii ia Shakespeare' shoes-this scene'I would made lie for. this is where-she'd shine Mr. Petley, aew Boys' Work Secre- tary, was greatly surprised yesterday when, not expecting to-have more than a dozen for the Bw.iinmtoig'class thirty-four courag- eous, eager- boyi to their names at this, their first'swimming lesson. V On account of the size of the class and eo an to he able tq give a person- al touch to every hoy Mr. Petley has divided the class into three and the schedule.will be as On Mon- drty, Wednesday anrl. Friday, after- noons hoys numbering i'to 11 at 2.30; 12 to 22, at 23 to 33 at 3.30. Don't send the boys before their time. Tomorrow will be the last day for Joining the; class. If you want your SINN FEIN ORGANIZES COURT OF APPEAL Fein is organizing trader ot the Irish Repuh llcan-government, a supreme court o appe'al'.which.when set up wiircoiT system of tribunals so su( cessful: in, handling minor disputes fo the past 'jThe highest cour of the', government in Ifelan has. virtually ceased to function.h( cause appeals .have been withdraw and decline to-recoj niise, that'-It hag-any authority wha .ever.': In Campaign.to Remove Liability On Rest Cottage The enforced on account of disease of a chronic nature often times.' getting into our pool at ths expense of the other swimmers. So for protection to 'those nslng tha pool this is our ruling. The reasons were given yesterday why a hoy should want to swim. The great essential .principles In swimming were Introduced to the boys. They were. also given some home-work. So' don't scold the hoy if How To Have Lovely Hi Ufjlraay's French Hair Tonic makes the hair beautiful and fluffy. It cleanses the scalp, removes dandruff and gives a tone" to the hair. If your hair is lifeless try Deimay's French Hair Tonic, being daintily perfumed, It makes an Ideal dressing, and It Is not sticky. ?1.00 a bottle. S. Jack- Bon-jifescriptlori specialist, phone 364, IthTtve. and 5th Street. "DAN DERI Slop; Hair Coming .Out; Doubles Its. Beauty. A tew cents buys "Dandertue.' After an application of "Danderlno1 you cisn not find a fallen hair or anr dandruff, ,besides every hair shcvwa new yigor, brightness, moro col. fr and. Yesterday's Rotary Club luncheon was highly privileged, when qua artists .were present and render- d mualccl contributions.' Ferdinand 'illion, an accomplished violinist, de-. Ighled the Rota'rians with a couple f selections. Tom Skeyhill, who is ecturing with the Cbautauaua, gave n address "on war poets, arid quoted rom Rupert Brooke, John McCrae and there. His talk was very Interesting. The Travellers' Aid asked for the ooperatlon of the club In meeting a 700 liability In connection with the cottage used by the Aii In their ommendable work. A committee was appointed to confer vdlh the Travel- ers' Aid. Fred Spooner, reported that all the outfit [or tho playgrounds, with.' tho exception ot the slides, had arrived. The Rotary luncheon -will be held next Wednesday evening, after tho ball game with Medicine Hat. Income from the red Hne cars dur- ing the past two months has exceeded that from tho while line, and there has ,been no fair to swell the totals according to Commissioner-Freerrfan Commissioner1 Freeman Is very loua- to devcjop Henderson Park and locale all stfprts there. "If we football and 'baseball crowds of 500 and going out W the park three or four times a we would fee justified In spending.some money ai the park to provide better bathing ac commodatlon and other amuse menls. i look for the time to come when Henderson Park will make tho street cars In Lethbridge he said. At the present tlmB the cars are just breaking even in operating rev enue and expenses. To make both ends meet Hov. M Fuller, of Now Marlboro, work week clays In a whip factory -inc preaches times every Sunday. SERIOUS WATER SHORTAGE IS NOW FACING THE CITY Mecch Is facing once pipes will said Mayor Hardle' ictims Alleged To Be Two Young Girls Hailing from _ Magrath Chester Cox, nineteen, and Elmer Vilcoa, said to be Amer- cans, were arrested last night by Dff- cctive Ferguson and a city policeman 11 a charge of seduction. Two glrlfl, hought to be orphans, Mary Cheniow, Ixleep, and Ethel Krivinski, fifteen, otu from Magrath, it Is alleged were lie victims. The arrest was made in he Paris Hotel According tq the police the two men qmo here as harvest bands from the Jnlted States. The girls came to Leth- iridgo tor the' wecU end and the men ccured rooms-at the Dalias. Later hey went over to the Paris. The girls .re said to have made a clean breast of all that took place. The men appeared before Magls- ,rate Irwin In the city police court his morning and will come up again Iu the meantime further nvestigatious concerning the four of hem will bo made. LOOK FOR DROP IN PRICE OF. SUGAR more the old summer shortage of water.. Everybody Is using j the lawn service with iha result that .he staudpipes are never filled, and -he pressure ia far frcru uoruiul. The :ong hot spell has bceu the cause of .his, though earlier In tho summer there was none of this, trouble owing to the good rains. "We are using all the water the Ing drop Iri the retail price may be expected. Sugar prlctt rfave slumped In the east. A dispatch on August .12 stated that one, wholesaler had reduced his list price from 21 cents per pound to 17. Raw sugar was then selling at 13.01 psr pound, or 10 cents under the high mark of three months ago. POKER PLAYERS HAND OVER MORE REVENUE Another poker den was raided by Detective Wallis last nlflht and In the pqltce court this morn-. Ing George Pajsos was fined-fifty dollars and costs or three months as the keeper. The raid was rnjtde on a joint behind the A.B.CX taxi office. Those fined ten dollars and. costs as frequenters were Mlka Black, William Johnston, Thos.' Smith and A. Cj.mpb'ell. Chas. Vosler, Waterdown, .boasts of Sugar bumped to'day. For the first time In many moons the price of sugar took a clump Instead of aviating. B. C.. sugars, were re- duced in price to wholesalers to- day by one dollar per weight. This makes It Sugar has been retailing' at 26 cents per pound and a correspond- a potato rlno that bears Its above ground.' A name which has al- ways had the confidence of the Housewife. PHONE 378 Ask the Person Who Has Eaten And Take His Advice. Tke Yet le E12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH fruits bis rooming. 'The Terrill'Floral Co. registered i protest this moraisg. lad no water for their greenhouses n North Lethbrlcigc. Some residents of the city have been trylug the water motor this summer, and they will never be boost- ers for a general metering of tha city. One 4th.Ave. resident sent word post haste to tho commissioners, this morning to take his fool meter out, right away. His bill for fifteen days J20. "If .we hat them all meteriSg water they could use as much as they llkecl on the said Commissioner Freeman. "We would make a fortune out of the waterworks, and would soon be able to dispense with ordinary, taies at that rate." Mayor Hardie a meter, but he isn't watering bis lawn this year. He's paying as much with the meter with-. out watering his lawn as he used to pay under the old flat rate when he gave his lawn all the water It needed. RellBt through the new pumping equipment will not be afforded In the low pressure trouble this The" ncwxpump3 will not arrive for another. three months, Commissioner Froemari-.- stated this morning. The low lift pump is here, but the big pumps for forcing the water up the hill will not leave the factory .until November." The hours for lawn and garden watering., are from C to S a.m.; and from 6 to 10 p.m. The couneiF Is en- deavoring iii every way these iiours. Mr. Campbell, Glencoe, 'has been appointed principal of Deseronto High school. OKLA-APLO A BRACING DRINK Here Is n rich, pure drink that's o wonderful stimulator during tbe days of.summer laaaltude. It has mild tonic, properties, (s Uilret (luenching and refreshing, By the glass at all fountains. By the case delivered to your, home. A FULt LINE OF SOFT FLAVORS KIRKBY'S ICE GREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS Nothing but best ices, crushed fruits and syrups used. Klrkby's refreshments aro dif- ferent and our service costs no more than tho ordinary service. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South DON'T FORGET The only place'whoro you can get your shoes fepalrcd by prac- tical BbocmaJiors Is nt Mutton Perkins 418A Filth Street South Phone 693 3 S. of Colonial T fie afro Pure, Rich Pasteurized 'We take this oppor- tunity of informing our (fiisto'mers and the milk consuiTiers of the City of Lethbridge that we have secured a permanent of milk from close to the city and are now in a position to slippy pure, rich, pasteurized milk from healthy cows. This is the season of the year when it is important that you have a guaran- teed milk supply for the children as a preventa- tive of cholera and its often fatal results. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1929 Still More Appreciation Lelhbrldgo, Alberta, MESSRS. WILLIS PIANOS, LIMITED, 'August ifith, 1920." I wish to express to you my admiration for your..nslru-. ments, and to offer cor.grutulaLfons. nponLthe very fine piano supplied for my use at the Chaiitaug.ua. Tho instrument responds to all modern'and artistic th'e highest measure. i In the WILbIS PIANO, there la suet h sympathetic response ot rich, full and beautiful evenness ot tone that U is a dellelit; Yours very truly, FERDINAND .'.rWitb.: "The'Ellison White .Chautanq.ua." g i THESE WONDERFUL INSTRUMENTS MAY DE SEEN AT OUR i --SHOW ROOMS. -SOLD ON TO SUIT PURCHASER, WILLIS PIANOS LTD. I i HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE g. ICE CREAM THE NATIONAL- FOOD is more Ice cream consumed in America'than In any. other continent on 5arth. Maybe is why tho people of America arc healthiest and hardiest Yiation of the world be- cause Ice cream is tho healthiest food you can take into ,your it contains more nulritlvn elements than the' system demands and in moro gen- erous proportions. U Is the National F.ood because it Is tho food or aii classes. H graces the banquet table, it Is tho dessert for tho rich aft well as tho worklngmau. It is the of tho children whether served In the home, at Hie soda fountain or in the penny cone. the Best and Purest Ice Cream'Made Is Crystal Ice Cream MADE BY THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 FIFTY MINERS AND MINE LABORERS WANTED AT ONCE Midland Mine, Drumheller Apply Midland Collieries, Ltd. Drumheller ;