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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HfT. LBTHHH1BGE DAILY MOULD MONDAY, AUGUST 18, WlH Proprietors and Pufalistierc VHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Street South, LfthbrldfiO f W. A. Buchanan J .President and Managing Director Mini TorrJnci Business Manaser TELEPHONES BHintu Office 1252 Sjlltwlil Otfice ......v.......... 1W INmber Audit Burtaii-ol Circulations Subscription Palts; CUJl.r, delivered, pep week.....5-'' lilly. deHveied, per riw 7.50 TJtelly, by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mall, 1.50 Weekly, hy mall, per rear, to U.S. i.OO lion with regard lo the -Manitoba mar- ket as we occupied before the and >vo have the fight lo make ull over again if xie are to gsln fol oar ruining industry Ihe plice which right- fully belongs to It In the Markets of western Canada. However, the light must nol be given up. Western Canada coal for Western Canadians must continue to DC our sjogan. and we must bead our energies to ill I the Among those difficulties, as pointed .t by C. A.' when he was el coatrollfcr, ts'the fact.'tiiat coal ujing'in Alberta ts too much ai asoual -'On account o! a fact !lhal..ths_ niiitct Is liuutej mines are usually-more-or less le the- summer'months, liu; e miners roustkllve -dnrinj thosa oalhs.'anH 'Ills' must oe kept condition.. .ilr. Mpsralh Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. Accent- snca of papers after expiration dale U pur .authority 19 continue lha sub- It-iiptJon. FARMERS SUFFER FOR LACK OF HELP :-jr. as Is Claimed, farmers In this district requiring help to harresl their rro'ps are unable lo secure help while hands, they offer Ifie sanie wages as are lieios offered ib-Manitoba, are leaving the dlstric go IbTtbe'.eiatenT prorince.-- tho 'situation Is one requiring the imme- diate attention of tbe provincial de- agrlcullorc. aq( bavin? In-the Coaldale district -nil require the services of a. lot of men tlrfe season jet. U Is said that .150 ._ nfRn. are needed in that disirlcl im mediately, in addition there are a lot of scattering crops throriEhou Ihe south which mnsl he harvested And there ore hundreds o' thousand ol to res ot Land still lo be put ID condition for next spring's planting. JTna proTincJaY department of i cViuiie .should see to It that ibis suited either m 111 meeds for savins what_ crop we- hav raised nor in preparing for the cro! year by allowing all Iho hel lo-Manitoba, The tollowinj elcdenlE who wrote, ID the Departmental Kvnailnatlons (or Mntrlculallcn only were succesi- ful In paEslns ID the eubjecis Indl- ton on 1st, ten cents solution and event iii, lae- hi story, ol on being added each month begins to get green until Ihe wheal commences lo turn yellow lor Ine har- WE WILU'NOW KNOW WHETHER THERE IS OIL OR NOT A'lberia'hs 'will' bo7 pleased' 'lo of Ihe of the .Imperial C to mate: a systematic survey the'riirovlvriee" along'-; broad." prove 'not oil exists commercial qnarjlllles. The decisii of.'th'e. company is in.line with the 6 mand'of that lie natural it cources of Ibe Dominion be inves gated.'in order lhat- they may by -.brought "Into use lo help pay the debt occasioned by Ibe war. Jo spending money 'earned in Ihe Dominion .Tor tie Imperial Oil-Co.-li a Roo'd example to other Ip.rgs We need just that sort, of-; go-ahead spirit if we are to Seep v pace with, tie world in the nen tow years. :'Canada- cannot afford to lag it Is only by spending money In investigating onrjposslblTi- ties; lhal we -will adrancs. ..The. decision to make a thorough final teat with the drill to .de- cide A.lbcrU'5 oil resources is a task which "can best tae undertaken by a lleves lhal tie cost of coal produc- on is al ton-higher .13 result' of this condition." Ho also lliaC H is'iorpossible (o ecuia nnners whra nly seasonal, occapailon can bo re- e'd u'pbn." To that most lines In tte province work only six 6 eight' months In the yea'rj and by o doing to .overcome the increased uif-n.ol coal due to lhe; Idleness .of uch'a' largo investment for a period ['four to .six months every year, Mr. Uasralb. suggests Ihic one. .remejy vhich iuisht help would lie tie Intro- luction of the Pennsylvania system whereby lie price of coal is cut ents ly Sept. 1 the former price bas been egained. This would encourage the buying of coal for the follow- ng winter. It might also be possihlo o work" out a scheme for reduced reight rates on ccal during the euir.- mer monies when Ilia railways are slack, thus relieving them of heavy coal traffic In tie fail -when tie grata movement is on, and making another argument In favor of early buying. By thus spreading tie marketing o_nl year the mines would he able lo reduce the price of coal In all probability, the miners -would "be given steadier employment, and tbe development1 of. Alberta's eoil re- sources "would soon, grow to such an xtedt that competition from Ameri- can coal would not be such a disrupt- Ing Influence. E. T. trade commis- sioner" for_ Alberta mines, who Is industr.- by Chautiiuquu. WBS a Counlry Transformed By Itecent Ruins O-jr Own cvm-JiWBdfntl YVI.CAX, ;Aug. Chauia-j- quu, has hao a verj- run. from An attendance and entertain- ing closes tonight with concert by the Itoyal-Hswallans and en llluslniftl Icclure- by Mildred Clemens. Tho wealhcr.bis been ideal for lent performances, excep: on Wed- nesday, when had a slight "shower nud hailstorm, but this did not keep the crowds from coming in.lo toivn to ste Ihe performance, scheduled for that day. Perhaps tho finest number on tbe wbole program was Iho lecture given by Dr. Rader'on'Monday -eve- ning, subject: "The Making o; R cited. English Literature, Man." And we did hearc-ne enthusiast say: "If he didu't see.anything else on the week's program, he figured ho had got the worih of his. season ticket from that one lecture." we have suffered from the drought here, and it was rather doubt- ful if the Chautauqua would be a suc- cess from a financial standpoint, tho attendance has been very good, anc" the people have given it their, unani- mous and hearty support, and we be- lieve there is no doubt but that-the Chautanqua will become an annual fr> trudo M.; Walton, Wblte, Hotiald D. Wllcock, Florence; Zlselmio, Bertha. vest. Counlry TraniKormed The rain had about two weeks ago has absolutely transformed the ap- pearance of _lb.e The yellow, grass 'and vesetalion' has given-placa to a rich, dark green "carpel the earth, nnd.It ii-ve'ryrpleasing rjhvie8; Mdlheii- Ethel Grant; eye. The rain eoaked down-aloul. 18 Sydney Abraham, Day, llanlson, Robert H. C.; Llnke, George William; Uvlusetone, Charleaj Arlhur H.; O'Donnell, Ddward; Pal- ereon. Dorothy; Pal rick, Frances Lenore; Pawhik, Peter; Phelps. Paul; Reid, Joseph; Donald G.: Schuldttad, Hracintb M-i Sterrllt, William nobert; Stevens, Jean; Tal- bot. ilekin Alexander; Thompson. Trego, Tjertrudc Zls- elman, Berlha. Coiupoaltlon, Abraham; Drown, Car! f.; llaraer-Juckson, Cbtde; Harrison, Rohert 11. C.; Hll- liker, llarland Karpoff, Tfieodore M-; Llnke, George William; Uvlngstone, CNrles; McDonald, Arthur IT.; Mayne, James; Morew, Winston; O'DonnelL Patter- pon, Dorotliy; Patrick, rtances Len- ore; Peter; Phclps, Paul; neta, Joseph; Sandllands. Donald G.; Schulstad, Hyacinth M.; Wlll- lan Robert; Stewart, Mae I.; Syaka, Stanley John; Thompson, Gerald Vi'.i Trego, Gertnido M.; Wallace, Clinton E.; Worobleff, Nicholas B.; Zlcsel- man. Bertha. General History, Ab- raham; Chrlshop, N'orman S.; Day, J. L'smeroa; Harrlsoa, RobPrl-H. C.; Kemp, Elrjore G.: Laneslon, Muriel; Unke, George William; Livingstone. SfcDonald, Arthur H.: Mc- h'lbbln, Robert; Palrick, Frances Peltr; Phelpa, Paul; Phillip' Steven; Reid, Joseph; Sandl- Janis. Donald G.; Schulsfad, Hyacinth Sterrllt, .William Robert; Slew- art. Mae I.; TcrapleloTii Cecil Alfred: Trego, Gert- rude. JI.: Wallace. Clinton S.; White. Ranald D. Arithmetic Mensuration; Wilhelmlne W.j Bruce, Mabel Harrison, Robert H. C.; Korman, Rus- tavi. :LoycocV-' Leonard; Blow. Harry Frith; Boylo. Wilhelmlne W.; Bruce. A.; Callbeck. Dora Gladyi; llay, j. Ctnieron; Goldman, Kellaway, Robert 0.; Mc- Donald, Arlhur II.-, Mayne, Jaiuei; Phillip, Stephen; Sterrltt. Wllllsm Robert; Sykes, Gwendolyn; Florence. Edward (Aa- thore Bulier, Richard; Bereov. Atiraham; Cameron, Hobon Alfted; Cortelt, Thomas B.; Dawson. Glrald Stewart (Authors only; Harrison, Ro- bert H. C.; Hayi. Robert Parkef; Heathcotr. Elsie May; KUgour. Gor- don (Authors llleberl, John Cornelius (Grammar Living- stone, Chirles; McNult, A. M.; Page. Paul; Patterson, Dorothy; Trego, Ger- P lA AlCKED UP IN SSING Hoy Atkinson; (Authors Wood. Alellila; French Wllliaiu Arlhur (Grammar Corbctl, Thomas E. Paujoy, William TLcsmi; Harrison, Herbert II. C.; Haye, Itoberl Parker; Jones, James I.; Kemp, ETIiuore G. (Authors Kenny, Wlllltm Gibson (Grammar Gordob U. (Gminmar onlv; Langslcn. Llnke, George William; Llvlngslono, Cliarlea; Pat- rick, Frances Lcnoro: Piercy, John Edward (Grammar Porter, 'Fred A.; Saudllands, Donald G.; Stock, Sydney W.; Trego. Gertrude M.; Wallace, Clinton 3. (Grammar Wllcos, Florence; Wood, thla; ZUclman, llbrlha. German Abraham: Zlselman, Bcrlba. roit THE BUSY KAN The Maswett Motor Co. will erect a new plant at Detroit lit a coat of twelve million The Ceople'9 Loan and Savings Cor- poration may erect a ten story office I building in London. Oat. Col. W. H. of wholesale drygoods firm of Miunca, Kingston, Is dead. J. M. Webster -will contest tho rM- Ing of West Latubtou aa a fariueri' i candidate at the neit Ontario eleo lion. Tho United Farmers, of North fleo-1 placed R- 5L Warren, of Wllber- force townsUlp In tho field as cbndi- Unlo, at the neil Ontario election. Lieut. Samuel Landers, n promin- ent labor man and veteran or France, la In Ihe Held as successor to tho Into Allan Studhclmo, In tho Ontario leg- islature for the riding of East Ham- ilton. Dorothy Hunter, 12 years of ase. Practical Dootkocping and Account- daughter of Sam llunler. master me- Theory of llookkeeplug and Ac- Emeil. .Senior Commercial Henderson, Lrncst. chanlc at Ihe Kettle Valley round- house at Grand Forks, D. C., and Charles Milchcuer, aged '25 3'ears. a returned soldier, a rescuer, were drowned In Ihe Kettle river near Graud ForkB. MASON R1SCH LAST FOR LIFE Sllvw-plaled pwAa look well (while they lait) but solid sil- ver alwayi .wears the So with plauoi. Lois of varnish will maka a piano look good, but vjial's undernealh? You never hive lo guess or worry with a MASON A -RISCH TODAY'S BARGAINS !n Slightly Used Mason lllsch Catiluel Up- right Grand 1325.00 Small Studio Collago Piano finished In Ebony and Gold EASY PAYMENTS E. (moral Block Komt of Vlctroli' George. William; Livingstone, Pat- W.; Frank Ilillls nnd J- 'fhorbuni molorcd lo Medicine Hat Thursday. Tbe U.F.Vt'.A. ladies anil Juniors will entertain our Wlnnifred returned vcttrans on Friday, August 22, wllh program dance and refreshments. All returued soldiers and Lhclr fami- lies free. (Continued from Frocl Page) High Itlvor tax struck at 46 mills. rate, has been St. Thomas Is In serious Ice faiuiue. the midst of a Inches and- this stai Ger- plenly_qf feed for the which j-is gij W.; :trtgo; Gertrude M.: Walton, _. -.._, _ becoming a serious-problem .for our farmers. -.We heard ofH--tw9' cases where-farmers wayHo the "railway station; with beef .cattle John' Bertha. Algebra, Abraharri; Will lain Patten; Har'rUon, Robert H. C.. Hayss. Robert' T i rvuuci u 11. nayyn, nuLrciL rtii aei for Ihe market, even at the low price "Geirge 'William: Llyinpitone. that now prevails, Sul the drenching Cliarie5; MacKinnon. rain changed their mlnd.s.for them and UrsoCi jjorothy; P tney turned back, and. it. was not Chalmers; Pat- Patrick, Frances sandilands, Donald G.: Stoct rlha. -wealthy concern like the Imperial Oil has ,a dlrecl Inleresl in-de- veloping :new oil 'supplies. It h nol a-task as was "proven-.a few'yearB ago, -when.-dur- enough money waa thrown, away in Lhls province to made, a In every likely-looklng Epot in Vhe province. The day of the jambJIng eplrlt in jjJl dlscorerj- in this province la gone. It has resolved .___Itself Into a hard-beaded business venTureT. opening np new markets, also haft a number -of-EUgggstio'ns .which should .cirefnl.-.coDElflcrallon'. ol "all who are Interested in" lie ment of lie Industry. He recom- mends: "1. a vital matter and aid In the mining industry, and. during .the reconstruction perioj, It is srigsested hat all the different representatives of organized .lafhor In tbe f Alberta, particularly Ihe -Tjnrted Workers of America, co-oper- Alberta provincial rovernmenl, ihe. ..operalors In he" -province and tte" general'; public hronghont Ihe.-proylnce, and "st'rong- y represent lo tlie.'federal govern- msnl al Ottawa, which Is now oper- ating ,lwo transcoDtlDBulal lines of railway through "-western prov- nces, that on all government .oper- ated lines, and alEO other railroads, I would be a practical' and logical elimination of unemployment now cilsllng among all the crea- Lion, of a steady employment, end a view Lo tLo development .of our-natural resources and he a great Help in sustaining the financial Etalus of Canadian credlls both at home and in foreign countries, if Ibe iWillcock, Florence; Dei low, and Algebra, Part Hi Merrill; Dawson, Gerald Stewart; William Thomas: Kilgour, Gordon H. Part...I.TTBeTCOT.; WlUiam Patteu; Har- dln, Samuel; Harrison. Robert H. C.; Hayes. Robert Partef: Ottawa government -would use Al- bcrta' coal on all western lines of railroads operated by Ihein, and'olher railroads do likewise, in preference to imported American coals. Nothing hut best grades of Alberla coal he chipped into .Mani- toba market, and more, direct coal sarj for them lo sacrifice their-slock .sd' w. Thompson, Gerald W at the low market price. Harvesting is general here ni we hope that many or lie farmers will be pleasantly surprised, with-the re- turns from Ihe threshing machine. Hailstorm Does 'A very' country to the north pf-Vnlcan on the" 13lh insL, causing heaTy of the :best crops in the' district. -Hair in that vicinity has been p'raciicaQ) unknown for Ihe past anc the farmers had tbdughi: tbemselres immune from this agent- of-deglruc- lipn. Some fifteen to crops were beaten into the 'BVound and rendered a total loss.-.- k Mr. M. L. Gordon, manager Canadian Baiik of CommeTce, and: his wife and' child left'last. month's visit to the coast'cities' Mr. A. M. Trail, fofifler-'mauag'er or the Hamilton .Bank htfei tot many years, bas .Jje'en Iraifsferrei to. tie bank's Calgary branch, which Is the provincial head office." HisVsucceasor la Mr. A. F. Bowes, of Manitoba. Mr. Pickin has been-added toi.tie EUft of the Canadian Bank.of Com- merce Mr. Mncmllla'n is" manager In Mr. Gordon's -Miss Davis, of Ihe Canadian Bank of Commerce, leaves today .for a two weeks' holiday. friends at Nanton and also.'attend.'tHo stim- pede. at Calgary. Mr. andJIrs. C- B. Henry and (laugh- ter liemlce left on a motor trip to Portland on Tuesday. They expccl lo spend considerable of Mr. W. B. .B'utcbart lias lalely re- turned from' B three months' visit lo hls: old friends In Bng- Arthur H.. Moraw. Winston; PnJrtek, Fmncss Ignore; Donald G.; 9caul- stfld, Hyacinth M.; Stock. Sydney W.; Thompson, .Gerald-W.: Wlllcock, Florence; Xlselmaa, ;Berlha. Geometry, Part Henry Merrill: Dawson. Gerald Stew- art; Fanloy. William Thomas; Kil- gonr, Gordon H. I Henry Merrill; Stewart. Fnn- Joy, Thomiv Kilgour, Gordon H. Affricullure, Korman S.; Harrison, Robert'H. C.; McDon- ald, Arthur H.; O'Donnell. Edn-anl: Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company, al the Qlose of the meeting which re- sulted in tho reinstaltmcnt of the Gladstone local as of tho United Mine Workers of America, International Organizer David Irvine -went to Cal- gary to confer the other mem- bers ot tho international hoprd, now n Alberta, before making final ar- rangements as lo the return to work of tlie locals here and al Michel. Tho IMIchol local look the eipccted cajursd .and .followed the, example of tie OIodltonG local and decided to abandon the and renew alle- giance to the parent organization. There Is no doubt but lhal all the mines In lie Pass district will he In operation htfore the end of Ihls week. CONFERRING AT COLEMAN (Special lo.Thc Herald) OOLEMAM, Aug. Joint meel- Jng of Ihe workers of the Intflrnalloual and McGllllvcry Creek mines "was held in the Miners'-ball'on Sunday atternoon The "Mealing was.'aadresfieil by" Presldciil "was Jusl what tnvnap'.rcil is not known, but Ihe majority'of.ill's men express a desire to return lo work as soon as possible, bul before taking any aclive steps in this direc- tion It is desired thai tho represeuU- liTCS of .tSc U.M.W. of A. should lay before tne local men their proposi- tion regarding a ot .Hie mines. These men are now at Femic Where it is understood their work is about completed. Having this in mind they hnve been nsked. to meet Ihc local men al a meeting which .has been called tor Wednesday next, when they will have an opportunity of 'ei flev. Cay A. G. Clarke, fi ocrly of Ottawa, Qrockville and Winnipeg, Is Harry .Grant, C.P.R. agent. Is leav- Ihs new. pastor of First icg Ihls week1 for his summer vaca-1 church, Edmonton, lion. Roy Osoornc. business manager of I Jack Thomas aiod fiv9 the Medicine Hal News, and Rev. years nnfi three months, lirfint son Shannon, ot Seven Persons, were visit- of John Francis and Baker. To- ing during WSpnifrcd fair days, August ronto. was drowned at Dayf lew sum- 5 and C. Oir. and Mrs. Teddy Wlnchcomhc, ot Etz'.kom, will be moving back to WinnlfreJ this month. i Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Collins and Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Davis espccl to motor to I lie Calvary SUmpedo Au- ;ust 25. mcr resort, a mile wesl ol Brbckvllle. la made by officials of tie A. J. Dotzloff company of DC- trait, nuDuftclurers ot clutches for aatomobllM. that Ibe company had >kc acres In Bandwlch (or site. Patlerson, Dorothy; Pawluk. Peter; [-Pressing Iheir vlev; of tho situation. Piercy, John Ranking, Thomas C.; Sysha, Stanley .lohn; rteUog coal from Aiberla Thorn, John McGregor; Thompson. Gerald W.; Trcgo, Gertrude M. Chemistry, Harden. M M.- linkc, George William; I.ysler. Presl- on A. M.; McDonald. Arthur H.; Mc- Klbhln, Robert; Pallerson. ijorothy; ?atrick, Frances Lenore; Pawluk. land. He is" 'looking cheerful, NOTHING BUT COAL Al Ihe Industrial congress sessions last week, tbe commlssloaer for Northern Msnltobn rnaJe the state- inept thol the lime would soon come, tioped. wnsn nothing bnt Alberta coal would be used In Manitoba. Thai Is exactly what the people o( Alberta have been hoping and work- mines. "3.--'I would suggest lhat coal shipped from Alberta mines be clear- ly slaled, whether It is lump, stove, mlnc--nin or'slack and IE a mixture of- grades, stale so clearly, and over and through what screens the This would enable all consumers at acy point lo know exactly what they are letting and payj.ig for. H would alco stop wholesale dealers and Job- bers In Manlloba from buying coal which passes over a one-inch screen, as for example, and called 'lump' which they buy al B, price and sell lo consumers and represent It aa three-Inch lump coal from Alhertfi and has resumed his old-buamcsi, In. Vulcan. Tilr- L..H; Stack, wife iud daughter Kathleen 'left on Tuesday '.nlghl "Cor a two'wecSB1'v'lalt at cities. Jlr. la .looking alter Til's In bis absen'cei fng for. -They succeeded lo some leh( in replacing American cozi on the Manitoba market during the war, unfortunately a combination of circumstances has arisen as i result of which we are likely to lose the whole we had gained. For ono .Ibjp'g, Ibe cdnl famine which affect United Stales during Ihe war -r been pretty well overcome, and now. anxious ,ck to the Man marfce.l'oiice' more._.And unfor tbi mtneri of-iAlberla were of EOylet tan In and ifeiit on slrjkc tkfc tpring )vil at the rerj lime when tie mines .of -Albcrti jhoald have drumming up buslneu lo Manl- itobi sblppfng summer- -slorage that province. Now we.find tte 'same' "posl- mines .are prodwjt tac SEE FRANCE; SAYS HE IS LOYAL .TO.ALLIES PARIS. -Aug.: lO.'n-Prmc.ej Ecllx of brother of former Em press of i'eler; Sandilands, Donald G.: Kinnon, Chalmers; Schulslad, Me- Hya- clnthe M-; 1.; Stock. Sydney W.; Talbot. Melvin .Alexand- er; Thompson. Gerald W. Physics. Abraham: Corbelt, Thomas Langston, Mur- iel; Linke, George William; Living, stone, Charles; Patrick. Francej Lc Peter; SandHands, H is fully expected ithat they .will have an offer which will be quite acceptable to a majority of Ihc miners here nnd cvcryont la quite assured 'lhal the mlnea In this locality will he shipping coal within a very short lime. How Life Insurance Began LIFE insurance, was humonily'B "long felt want." Cenlufles before'it Invented tho need for 11 >vaa fell by huslnesd men. Away back in llio' year 1559 a speaker in (he British House of Commons '.'DotN not the wise mtrchant in every adventure of danQer B've PART'to'have the" REST As the cargoes merchants of thoce days assured the need was felt for assurance :on th'e lives of the ivho were responsible for the cargoes. The Insurance of. goods in tr.inalt led to the assurance, of tho lives of the. officers respons- ible for the goods. Gradually the pracllcc of life -Insurance was eitended U others nnd al last became day It will be Llfe Insurance Is now available, for every man and. wommn who is In normal health. The first life Insurance company" tilt was scientific was established in'1752 Jn London. It Me- tual Company In exlstcnco: .today in .a, financial condition. Its principles are fioso of. METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN .WORLD- DISTRICT 'OFFICES 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK WINN1FRED NEWS Donald G.; Stock, Sydney W.; Thomp son, Gerald W.; Wallauce, "Clinton S. Grammar Herbert- N. C.; Blow, Harry Frith; noyle, Wilhelmlne W.; Bruce, Mabel A.; CallbecV, Dora Gladys; Goldman, William; Hardln, Samuel; Karpooi. Theodore M.; Kellaway, Alfred Stan- ley; Kcllaway, Robert 0.; McDonald, Arthur If.; Mayne, James; Miller, Fred Francis; Piercy, John Edward: Sykes, Gwendoline; Taylor, mission from Ihe allies .to go io.Lui Kdward; Tcmpleton, Cecil embonrg lo visit his fiancee, the Ura'nd Duchess'-Charlotter-aceordlng-to'-- a Geneva dispatch lo-tbe-Temps, which Ears'.thai he affirms bis.loyalty'to.lhc' Harvey Alfred; his brothe le'Temp's ad'ds'.lhBl.'.uiilikii TB, and J. Wlllcock, Florence; Worobleff, 'las E. Krltisli History X. Harry Frith: fioyle, W.; Flruce, A.; Callbcck, Dora Olidys; Cameron; Korman, Gustave; mines. -A1 large number of 'Alberta operators In Bevoral districts are In favor of standardizing Ihe screen9Tby districts. "4. A general clforl should .he made to gel a considerable reduc- tion In freight rates on coal, espe- cially in the cases of long from all Alberta, mines, as Ihc -rates'- now In effect are, in my opinion, away too high anil working a hardsulp on Iho whole coal industry In; the province. The rates on slack coal, .particularly as a matter of cons'ervailon should not be Bamb'ai llie higher grade coals, but should be given special rales to all points'." Get Ihe people on the land, give them a fair chance to 'make good and we'll hafe a happy prosperous country. .Mayor HflrJfc-n'.iy.l.lie would liarn- sfrlng all "ffie laVyera. Is that he- cause the altomey.general Is B law- VALUE When purchases a .pair the value you. receive tor money, expended Is not ail In Iho shoo. 'The service you get In Ktiow'pdjo of 3hoes( how they should fit and how lo relieve your, fool Irclrtles ,are Included. Any person can hand you clown a Shot 'arid let .yon fit yourself. BUT our salesmen KNOW Sheen, KNOW whon Ihoy fit nnd HOW TO FIT THBM, as 'Well an krfowlng fiiir-'io relieve youY FOOT THOUDUiS. Wo carry shoes tram 'AA.lo EElJ'.widlhs.'' This 'service coats you flolhlng eitra. BE SHOES FOR ALt AGES W: J? NELSON Co. ezo THIRD AVE'NUE SHERLOCK fFrom Our Own IVINiVIFHED, Aug.. and Mrs. Joe Bourgotne have quit' the lunch room al tbe rear of Ihc pool will make Medicine Hot (heir homt. They letc W'nnlfred August Hln. Mr. Alex. Sinllb arrived home Ihls week. He has been In Montana for several months. Rnd .Mraj J. Hincks, of win, vijitlns al the homo of their Mrs. .las. The Norwegian Lrudles' Aid mtet at the home of Mrs. Jas. Caule on Thursday, lAugust 28. cordially Inviled. Rev. A. Slbbald Is in Edmonton on business. G. W. Parker and family are leaving Winnlfred Ihls monlh nnd will make Hod Wllloiv, Alia., Ihelr home. j Rev. 0. P. Shenefelt and ot Malta, Monlana, arc spending Ihc summer at thfc home ol Mr. end Mrs. Mllo -Scott. VfTnon Coll'ns made n clean Rwciip with Darkle Hoy at Ihe borse races on Angusl 5 and 5. Taking first money WBS easy tor Davkk Hoy. Vcr-; lion Is a real rider and managed liorse well and rode txccllOnlly, belni only II ycfir.i of HKC. Wm. Brsklne, of CnlEalT, Is vlalllng Mrs. Harvey Davln for a, few days. Mr. Hnivard Flelt, of In Winnlfred looking over Ills crop nnd farm. M. H. Smllh, ot the: Globe nwny on a buying trip at LclhbrldgC and Calgary. Dad and Wilfred Pnr- ker Rrc o.lilltlng the pool hull Satur- day, August 16, expecting to move toj Willow tills month, Mrs. German family, of cine lifll, arc visiting Mrs. V. M. llry- ant, of the Globe store. Rev. H. C. Wood and wife nro peclcd back lo Orion ntxt week from Bangor, Maine, whnro Ihey were called by the icrlout Illness of Ihelr dnug'n- lor. Mrs. FMrl 'Cotlhrope's friends'-are (lad to know she has entirely re- covered from her recent Illness. Ethel Hlnck, Doris Uurcli, Delicious, .refreshing and thirat-quenching. What finer union of qualities could you ask in a beverage? Tested by tally nnd unvaryingly .good. Dcmferul Ihe gnurino by full tubftlituLon fn Cana3a THE Co. MAM ;