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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MONDAY, AUGUST 18. LKTHBHIDGK AUJF-IITA. PA'JK S1CVKN ACINGFDimiOFFWIQ Though in'.trnfiliani'. officials In Ihe city frs very rcllcent abo'Jt giving oul any details of the fight which pliee here on conl.-ol tl Die mlntrt organ- the Herald learns From other aourcec that, though the O. B. U. made, n hard (ighl to retain control, their real objfct In coming to Lelhbrldge wjs to make peace If they tcund could not retain control of at a portion or District No. 18. When It was found that the membership In District No. 18 was determined to go back to the United Mine Worliert. Pretldent Chriilophcrs and Secretary Browne endeavored 10 save some- thing out ot the wirck. They ssk- ed for terms which would protect them In case of reinstatement c! the rank and file or the miners of tK-j dltlrlct. It IE understood lha> Organizer Houston of the U. M- W. of A. answered that there coutd be nothing but uncon- ditlonal lurrendcr, that the ,U. M. W. of A. would tc it hard as were the allies on Germany. The CIEC of the officer! who tried to wreck the International union will be a mailer of special Investigation and trial by the officials al In- dlanapqlis. FULL MILITARY HONQHS METER MEETING Great Interest ts Loinfe taken In Ihc meter IssUo meet leg to bo hell Tuesday (.veiling in ihc iiuilllotiuni of I be Central school. CorauiisslQiiuis Free- mail ana Meec-ti will both bpcak an'I will endeavor lu tiiswcr pi) arguments agaluu Ihe [nstal- Jail on ol, wa'.er Victors. A HOT SABBATH Ilir bottfFl In Western Canada oil Sumiay. bui rJtt It a A- MatleM liie vry at 98 virile in Ly.li- bridge ;l ?6- Two l.ul- Icr have been reglT-ui! (n LcLhbfHgc this year in June and July when 97.5 wa? readi- ed. IN MLB A PTE. KILMER'S ttaalern and Weslcrn Clerks Arc lMut'td on (he Siime Fooling Ry New Order Mcmbcrti o[ llic post office slaff here rrc some what surprised over mi order received tome days aso whereby ihc 0 SO'aliiiu'al Wealchi I'onus c'anlcd to v.rsltsrn frmploiocs of. lite postal de- lurlmotit has been .L'inieel.iid. Hereto- fore'tfEa tern liosiul clerks received (his bonus oil account of ill's lilgiicr west. Now, l.uw- ever-il" Would iipiiear that the uifnl has conic to tlic toiiclusioii llia't I Ku.l mlliiary honors, wore accordeil the Iftlc I'm. Georgb Filmcr wliose re- mains ivcrc laid al rest Sunday after- noon In Ihc s-jtJlcrs' plot of (he public cemetery. TLie casket was drawn on a Bini carriage driven H. N; W. M P.. follorrcJ by a_ deiaclimeiit ol ihc R. X. M. The Vclcraus. A. O. P.. and lr.o plyc baudr Al lUc gravc- stdc llic firing parly performcd Ihe cercuionlcs, .after which Lost Wm. Irvine of A (Id es Muss Meeting Under Aus- pices of Luber I'avLy 'Soniedn'ng or Ihc sphit of coutrailc- ship, aMU aooit'-vvliat ot trie spirit oT sacrifice born on ihc of Huronc has pol lo gel into our dally ia Tabor, and business nuil religion." said F.ev. Wm. Irvlno. o[ CalgEiry, lu the Starlaiu] ilicalro on Post was soanrtod. The'funeral was last, whllu largely nltcmkl and iirofusc floral i, lug a meeting held In I tic Iiilercsls of Iho new Fedcrutch Labor Parlyi This parly wua started January tributes testified which dcceasci) radca. Hcv. C. 13. CrCaeg was iho lo the csLccni hold by his cum- f minister. Lccn receiving the beginning GI tJie Hiical ycur on 1S1, Ihcy >vilL not receive less than hist year ovrjtis lo n [irovtslon that i high in ihc ami L clLTks' cast ircst vul pn ilio i arc lo tc -idjuslca lo the f-nmo foDllrtg. [131S "Burca. ycHr western clerks received .Vo protests liary liecn sent in from 5300 Ijoniis Kiitl tlic J1SO western Uiis i of Ihc l .clerks' afisp- 5ISO In all. Com- [cialion as Ihcy nrc'aiyaHlnu. Iho re- AOgusi 1, the department hns [resiiH of Ihc civil scrvlco commission's u boinls of ?A2Q lo rejilacc the (indlnga hi the niflilcr.-If salisfactory jitnoilnts. Tlils means thai in llic wlU be 5GO, less Ihnn Tnsl. year wlitla In tlic eusl all clerhs receive nir lut-rtaiie. Krom August adjust men Is are miidc. then nn iiro- tcsta will ho cutcreH.' It tiot it Is lic.clci! that all wcslcru branches of the associnliuii iinlLc to urge ihc 1st-, ilibrefofe, ulcl'ks in llic local govcrinucnl to iccognlzc ihc needs ot olficc receive less llimi they have western employees. Movement Begins After An Ad- dress by Rev. Irvine, %of God of a Demon-ill" "N'ot io per cent, of tlie ot i LetlibrldBc to lo chuu It. They Arc nol j ncccssmrily right ur m invfly." This was; mado'by rllev. Wm. Irvine on SunUjyf fast lu ApcHkin? a[ (tie Stur-j Peirce inJ .Mud Lako Icn-aU of Uie Irrigalion Ucvtlopmpni AgEOcialior. have lortucd ;s'lthiu Ihe past week and have forwantaa Ihelr lees Secretary here, J. (J. f'e'r- J_ lies ii presideui and P. Kooln is aat- ------J ireury of ite Pearco local. :L. Croivion Js si-frfttary of iho Mud j Lake branch. I I.cicaltv of (he I.IJ.A. are noir nuoier- I ous tbc of Southern Alberta which is now clamoring (or irrigatiun. Locals have been formed a! Iron Springs. Uanyis. Turiu. Mat- leod, Coalluirii. Commerce and 12- Mite. Wcsi Lethbrjtlge. CoalhurBt and bu l'TLc ot n Demo- and Llib hearty applause of ihc big audience showed lli.il they agreed-; hlnV. Mr. Irvine prefaced his ad- diets by stating (hat (dc ton- thoughts lio offered were pivcn (or whai ihey worth and lhat In- liaj nu deslro or intention of others lo agree with him. lie siated that we arc living lu a day now. a iietr day scientifically, religiously and politic- ally. Tiro greaijaels in life have led to Cbangtid on iho part of tdt mafiir of the people with regard lo Krilz ScJbeuliViiier who known hi tbc city by his bejt siring vt dogs, ran foul of ihr city polkc on mom hi about o'clock, and as a rcsuH U in din-aiu-e vile on u charge of breaking and tntcrliiji Ihe 6Lore or J- lligiiilotham and Co. The arrest was inade by Serfil. ker and ConsL Fletcher. Hearing a noise lu Ihe store they walthod the cxils. Ono of Ihcm cnlcrtd and Seib-1 .Monarch, New Day ton, Ktzlkom, Xl- lorado, Burden, Purple Springs MUK YVelllnx, flow Isand. Gen wood and Illll Spring. Taber, Picture Butle, tt'arner. This dols Ihe whole south country with rJislriC'.is where irrigation exleuE- ion lias been Asked for. As the mem- bership In each cftse has sent in the necessary duee. (ho association is m A fairly fcoaij poailion to carry on Ihu worX atked of U. religion. -These ire science and lenhauor endeavored lo make his get-i democracy. Tho modern Jo'way tjul was cauglrt. In !ils j 'mouth he had a key. which Ihc police! believe, he trying lo swallow. He spirit is ihc spirit of ihallcngiug in- and It requires lhal nil so call- for thu' irariiosc vf the lab- or vole for political acllon. The pro- vincial rrcsidoul, I Inline 3 Juunlt, ot Ihis city for n lew minute? and oul Ihc necessity, ol workers banding (ogcdicr politically, and stat- ed UiaL their object IVBS to boiler con- ed Irullis must sUiid the acid ot Ihc niosL acarchlns'Inriiiiry, wbcllicr Ihcso olfl so-callesl fat-ts be Uioso of economy, or philosophy, or chemistry, or rCllclon. And so (tnil tliat many of the of yeslerday liavc become "tallac-les" of touay, and many oi Ihc religious beliefs Biul appeared -before Inspector Shoebolh- j am this and was (ill Friday. ill I ion a of Ihc masses i process of evolution ralhpr Ihaii hy rcrolulion and destruction and, Ihc ot brulo force. 1 Donnld McXnbb, ex-M.P.P. for Ilils city, occupied Lhc cliair and :i Tnlr andieirrc or rcprcsculalivc 'citizens gave Iho speakers a. splendid hearing. Great Awakening Irrlnc pointed oul that Ihcre is nbrcail in all llic lofldy civilized DOUfeLE ALLOTTMENT OF FALL RYE The department af asrlculturc has to double the amount of seed ryr which municipalities secOre for farmers desiring same. Al first the amount re: stritUd to 925 worth, but this amounted to only about 12 bushels at prevailing rlcei. The amount has been raised to 25 buihele, Large numbers ot farmers are still sowing rye in Ihe hope of getting fall pisture. y tocih r.ecd to hug them. FJse ihev Icozen in Pyorrhea, Tiay cornn in the gmns IQ si.tVc of vnicli infect Ihc j'ciflu cr or tilicr ailment i. prevents Pj'crrhira, if in p.rU uied ccnjistmtly. No loollspartfl d Arc -vtr pars tender _. Arc 1hcy" rums? If M, you nre terUm to hivu Kocr of five people T.'ho r-" 2 ovcricrty have i To you v.-c It prcsirvcs lh? guuis hold ths Iccth Lccjrc. i your tscth xrith iJ. Ftrhaa'a c-Ic.ins the teeth ttcin v.-hitc cad clci.D. If gum-shrinkage his already set in, Start unng TorhaQ's and a imraidiatcly for spccisl UcaL- 55t .-rJ1j GO: All I.VS. L TD.. 307 Sf. FOR THE GUMS LUND-SUGGESTION APPEALS TO The.city countil is taking Etirious- practise ol llic past'generation, though jly the feURsestioii, Or PetPr that Ihcy were sincerely lieHcvcd in liien Henderson Park should be Lransform- tvro found not to be sufficient for Jed from a. weed -fjalcb Unit a hiodcl flay. In the past generation many of Jcxperimcntal ra'rni. Commissioner Ihc pnenomeiia of nature that were Krcemftit is .cnllmsisstlc aBoOL fl and iiol iinricrBlood by "ic people were at- rsays tbat watcr; lo Iho titenl of Irlbuted or evil spirits. We J000r000 gallons can he pitnpeu daily kitow today and lhal these oiil of lake al .1 cost of fl'ilaV. ElTtJ plcluy of water tor at any tune with- out the Necessity of building a rcser: I volr. Tho commissioners will luok J The Highway Beckons Information for Auto Travellers Some Places lo Slay and lo Get Supplies for.'Your Auto. ilays ivlicii Iho tool, [rcch air, worlil -A great safll lie, "cleinocracy is an urtkuown qnaut- ily. This great movement ot llic com. nioti pcon'c is slill in tl3 ami is capable ot ctrat fiood or tcvriWe jcvll. Us great ncctl is vrlse lyailcraliip. TJic, wing ol demotracy is so prone to impatience, nnil ED liable to seek io liastcu the of.sb- .cial inslilutlons by Iho U3J or Hie %-Zt [bludgeon or the bombs to Hie lolrl. "This ii cnlirely M-rqng." tald Mr. Irvine. The growth, ilcTclopraent ami jilecay of ull social iitstitntionF fs ab- l.solutcly governed by natural law and any ot these ceaees U) accom- inoilato HselC lo its cbansed environ- mcnt and ceases lo [ullill Llic tnncltoh 'for ivhiel! it n'as bOfn, II will llie ._ i orally, aiul no amount of abuse on llie 'K pan ot llie public con hasten that end. [Wlien Ihe workers ol Ihc world real- ize this nntl act on it, they will begin [o arrive somen'ltere in their efforts al hcltorinj themsolves and thnso around them. Need of Constructive Policy Mr. Irvine, strongly urged labor ID liavo implicit faith in Ihe Inevitable action ol natural law, and-to go for- l with confidence und with a posi- tive constructive Dut wllhal :o have Itorao -i-ae built in a dny and it takes time to develop an institution1. "There is absolutely no human solu- tion lo the problems you nro lip niainst. They arc eternal, and must lie worked out according lo natural said 3Ir. Iivino, "out if a.new nnd (JofoiH in Ihe oiic-u Iheso-suniracr and eo6d roails Invite you. The Hotel Fernie Win. Wynll, MninaEOr Thr Man's Homo llnles )3.W) per nay. t'ernlc, British Columbia Rooms.WIlh.'Bntli in Conneclioo. Seven Firet'Class Samplo noofns. Ilol and Water and Telephone In Every Edward Hold I'iilcllVr Alia.' IJus Moots All TralnS." 'Ktcatn tlcated Thnmghonlr Spcclil AUanMori.Qlveiil-'lo Com- Trntlc. 0. I, Kin? Edward Hole! .-.Auto Line I. Autd Livery In (I'ntrilly to Walcrto'. l.nkCo Chjl. M. Collins, PrtrD. 'PINCHER 'CREEK SERVICE GARAGE .ami HcpMr for V.cLaughl'n CAra. dootl Sloct Doin- I'lutbn and doodyenr Tires. Vulcan- 'izlng. antl CJcnornI fiepalr Work. nccbargtd. WARNER, ALOEflTA HOTEL WARNER WliCn ,al mako .-rour honic at llic Hotel Warner. If pjftCft sulffl you come aealri. MEDICINE HAT Follow tho Itcil'Trail from Lelh- Blue Trail from Cal eary, tho Ulacli' Trail I'rAil Mon- all lentl 'lo the only otnclnl hotel in HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Service Station'' Oadge, Over- land and. Traffic'Trucks. Accessories, Gat, Oils and Oreascs. IlcpSirer] and'Bccbnraed. Prorant 'Service, 'IJay, 'Night'and Sgnda'ys. FORD GARAGE General Cor and Tire Service. Warmer, AlbtrU A. V. Verio; Prop. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Jtobllc Oils, Polnrlnc, Oneollnc. Dominion and Other. Oooji Tlrej. Promnl All Tdncj. MILK RIVER HARDWARE co. F. J. Coatei, Proprietor Milk River, Aita. ALTAMQNT GARAGE Uallery Viilcanlzlng, !c- nliion and General Ilepali'9, Service to Tourists n't the'Urio, n6ad of OcrtcrnT Information. Customs Office- next, floor, In nnil act us. Get onougli AlljCrln lo.npuccl yotir wny. RoberU and Proprietor! COUTT9, AtBEHTA higher lypc of life is lo be in which tlie interests of humanity shall bo paramount, you. the workers ot hand brain, must take IiaU, and liencf the necessity o[ being band- ed togelhcr to take sane political nc lion. Thcre'ls no need lo worry nhoul the old iiollllcal parlies and attlliri. lions. Soon as lliey tnilcd lo accom moJ.-ilc themselves' to changed Condi- ttons and to alhine Ihemsclves lo the 'spirit or the times' Ilicy ironM nulo- malically and Inevitably' drop out ot existence. And a new spirit has un- doubtedly made ila on the for lliings ftctilr In ol'tditucc to invoHablo U-iws.oC nalvirc. So people arvi no 16'ng- cr llie victims ot Icsr ami the old licit or literal jif'e and brimstone lias tost Us tlircal. Doubtless Uiose who euCll. doctrines -were HiDr- onelill' fcatricat and entirely sincere hi tnclr Ijcliel hiiii have no quar- rel Tvilh llicm. lived nnd taus'al acrordlnir to the.liEl't.they H'C" liail. buL llic light of yeslcnlay is noL suf- ficient, for he other great (svl lhal has left the masses to change their religious views is the iliouehl of democracy. Democracy Js mon people in by the spirit -of democracy they desire themselves lo govern than as o[ olii lo-' be eovcrliea.1: Uctnocracy ii utterly in spirit lo'Ihe old idea ot kingship or KalBcrism Ihc ruler is an ahsolulo monsreli; and iialuraily the same spirit is absolute- ly opposed 1') autocracy In religion.: Ttio-religion of yesterday aiifl'largcly that ot the prestuL day .orlhoilox b'hurclies is one that presents Daily as au abjolnle anil autocratic being1, while tho orfi.iiriMtion of llicse. same churclies is largely parallel in UiaL ot au Biitocralic kinsdom. So the masses ignore the chureli. The human race is coiilinually pro- srcasliiK, said Mr. -Irvine. No longer dg we [relieve in fairies and gliostt and so lorlh; bill In religion often has .hn orlliodox church continUeil 10 hold lO'Qll'clonl riognin. H h false dogma lo teach IhM Ihe lasl wbrd ot IrulU was j spckcn thi'oucli Hebrew Ulblo by Uod Almighty. Klcriial TroHi ia WE- ser than the IHble p.nrt God is till; i cnoujh to meet every reknlremenl of nVoilern cvohHlon. Tims Views Rev. Mr. Irvine pointed outjiow dif- ferent systems ot religious thought Have hccn tolorfj by thu world llioughts ot Iho ago In which Ihoy existed; and tbat God differed from-time to'lliue all Ihrougll the period of human history, and that at no l.imc.Vas it possible tor tlic current conception ot Deity' Lo-he liiglinr or nobler than Uie lulnd of the persbu who conceived K. Referring 10 Oillu; Zeus, Jupiter ami otliers. Sir. Irvine pointed oul thai till gods In .all history hr.ve lieeii but llic Tellecllon of -ET'rpunil sliortly lo map out plans for-'cpnimcllcinE operations next SHOT A BEArt NEAR LOCAL PEOPLE There was acme cttrtmbtioh at .Wslerton when n lo the Camp of. Ihe B, 8. Hoyl parly lo pay his re- Epects. The gamt wal-den ol the park-was'sent (or and the anlmai anot. This is the flrlt.report of a btsr'5 .visit to the cf.-nps at Ihe laket this ytsr. Thh Hoyt camp is close tfi CamEroh Hllelbe disposition ol iucihiny dty CIDRS FtLTITJXG RC'fXtSHHia Ktep i Urje jug in ihc your dtiler ciii iHpp'ly ,6U. Aik liibi Silted Peinuts aqd Pctnut Bulier. ippif cibtr; social horizon. 'And it la just as trailo nnionlem, as lor cnpllallsm lo rerognlzc change' In. the Spirit of Ihc ilfly In Imrinony wllh spirR or" Iradc' It- self will" sink into decay. "Workers, you must .organize rtcmocrallcany 10 make luwa In the name ot and [or tho Irilorcat ol IniftiMlly sUtcil.'JIr. .lr-' vine, "tor it Is only in Ihe spirit of uiiEelllsli rfcvolloil to liurnaiilty [thai yon can sclllo 'anything.'1 Allp- gcllicr Mr. Irvine's aadrcsg pras a good Iprcacnlnllou of (he nllltndo of tbo iloss radical wing of (he lahor move- imdnl and juriginj bi- the hearty npplanso was well receiver! by Iho, audience. Doubtless many ijiore 1 would hnvo been prcscnl htil il not I hecn lor tlio ciccsslve heat of tlid ntfcrnoon.1 ISc liiimaa minds who conceived Ihcm arid tnat the God-Mea of-Iho orthodox church was conceived in the mldet p( i world system ot aulocrnrcy and sup- erititlon. Tlie relations of n king lo his suujecls used to bo considered as the proper conception ot the relations of Deily to oilier tlmt-f God wns thought tif do ii ahephcril, or aa'n JuJgc. aiul again elsewhere as a fallicr. "Is il Ihon unreasonnWe lo'concelvo God as n nsk- ed Sir. Irvine. Surely our OOil.of tcJny ii Iho Spirit 6t bcmoeracy; not one ivhfi loves but love Itaclt; not n Judjsc'i bill living force in huraan'hcarl llial Ilirllla and Iriaylras- the Individual to nobFer Itilnklng. .iiiil'l lo Bplcnrilil ileens of unselfish activity on liehnlf of his fellow men. CARMANOAY IS' WITHOUT COAL .Carmnngay town Fs without coal and AH aproal wai made to the cily of LetKbridgc to help them out by supplying enough for their power plant. The matter wit re- ferred (o Committlontr. al thle mdrnlnQ'g hitetlng ef city with the mines rd-openfng In eoupfe of It Ii thought (here wli be necet- illy for tht city lo come to the re- llcl'of-the nelahborln9'.tovrn, v 1 The Big Sale Is On At Greenfield's Exchange Monday, August 1 8th At i of .Mr.' Irvine's nrtilres.i h nurnbcr of (inestlona were nnil later a cornmftlco was noralnnlcd by j the audience lo lake Inlo consl-dcra- 'tloin the question ot forming r- '-Tcoplc's Clmrcli." I SEVEN to TEN p.m. Children's, Men's and Ladies' Mitts. Gloves, Underwear, Sweaters, and Pipes, Tobacco, 60 Thouuhd Assorted TUESDAY 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 Seven Show Cases, Toledo Compatn? Scale, Editen Mimeograph, Typewriter, Safe, Revolving Oak Book Case, Cheese Cutter, Dayion Ham and Bacon Cotter, Coffee Urn, Water Urn, Coffee Grinder, 240 Platform Scale, Small Scale, Re- frigerator, One Range, 3 Heaters, 14 Chain, 5 Rockers, One Arm Ckair, 3 Carpets, -Linoleum, 2 Kitchen 1 Exteniion binio; Table, 1 Stretcher and Mattress, 2 Sanitury Couches, 2 Beds, Springs and Mattrosti, 2 Dresstrs, 1 Washstaiid, 1 Sideboard, oak, 1 Hall Rack, oak, 12 Window Shades, 1 v CALOARY MAN KILLED AT. MINE CALGARY, Aug. Maurice Jtahion, ybungtat ton of J, P. Jephson, Calgary 'barrltter, killed the, mine, at AlberU, by piece of falllna >'1n' He bending over ihirpinlng 'ptck when'the rockf 200 or 300 pounda, dropped the -roof. Death 'WJB Intlintlneoua: lie was .enliitlnj at In GCQ, P, Porter Auctioneer Do Not Miss This Bargain Event. Every- thing MUST BE SOLD ;