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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta RIGHT THK I.EflimUDQE 1XUI.V UEHAI.D TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, IOBEFEAMOF Itloii of I In Albcr. lac the present ou accouui i i 11 month of vrealhcr Blacksmith Shop at tnin IJe ihc entire province. Alberta is ifry ilUilnctly irjprovec) slroyed Ly School Picnic lu the Pescu river couulry llic crops jaro getitrallY tiuiio heavy and ihe cut- [i.us period ii iu Ibe cftso o? barley rind early aud will be well advanced iviili respect lo ilieso r.vo by ihe 25th of i Root crops excellent, cattle an-1 (From Oar Oirf rOALDALB. Aug. very en- Joyable I'icnic was heM on -p ;e lookillg wvn. nnd there arc Aug. ST. at the Coaldalc Nursery. event was put on by iho Sunday School with jncrMses block due lo offering from soutU. fc i In wuiral Alberts, rishi tins arquaiulsd wuh the boanjarVi was A very fiood crowd was PJesCTlt i ven- drv Mriier m lbe season, crops spile-of ihe liasy season. afe O01icedeil lo M about four inches o( ruin past three or ''our now in eoml'iioQ preparation lor Ut-il jviir. The iThef within the- Tbe Foir (Special to ihc uUiva'.tou iu j inxcUKtt CREHX. Ausr pAtum is Ibe slogan far southern Al- auJ 1'incher of the rain at the in line preseuMlmo is u remove ihc auxieiy dlslrlcU from _..., i .te local r.F.A-'s, the board of irailr. ami the lowii council, Are pour ins i' semMlry asking ULO IXxuir.icn goveru- wll srcs. among who have i-allltf lhreo municipalises. lo strmstlicn I'rirvs 'or i-.illto aro hems oa ducc market hnvo anJ a" hair lo eifihi pasi forinight anil ilie it prici1. inarksl lo re- c-n llu en from sn lo a survoy ilits summer. ver the .rjit, jniuoi-sancc of lor ine dcmanil is sails Khole sonih conuiry is It lias bet'U gei1.- necessit ibal th1.- the surplus o! necessity dlslrlcls hay in Cc'lilral and Xt'rlhcrn Alberla soverumciu to undertake! is not as sreai as it w.is !.tsl year. mlo great scheme that serve liio seliias EKiTid. The Ihanfes ol entire connmn-, Jiy are das TO Mr. and 51'.. lor Ihcir kindness in entertaining r Euch a noisr crowd. AVe were glail to 1 have EO many .rtpresentaUves from 1 the Van Home Soldier's Colony, and to mate the acquainlaoce of so many comers. i AVe are blushing embarrass- 1 menl as we' have so many admirers days. The Macleod delegation, f and lien the Industrial Commission 1 Ihis week have teen rather quite heavy. UauLs ire eicellcnl. i time owners of surplus bscf 5overnuitiil assisiance through Pastures arc improved'very grcatlj. heifers ihe s-ulh are a'jio to do j ctori faiiurQ. saoulJ have co-op- Tame hay is a lighl crop, but the raius good business. craifon in this big project. TUe Irrl- are Eolni lo do more tliau simply im- There has been no great (laiuaze glUiotl commissioner. Mr. relers. at prore ihc pastures. Tbere sx'M be; by hail. The only heavy liaH report-j [endej a largely aUmdeil meeting! late Imy eui as a result jed iu the proviuco siuco last report [on Thursday last and osplaSceil very of rains 'lyrlog ihe past three or louri was in the Edmonton dUtricl. weebs. CulLinp Is general in Ce: fully iho steps to REGINA. Aug. Leader publishes the following special dis- patch from Montreal: Information In usually .well-in formed quarters is lo thes effect that arrangements have been com- pleted for Royal Northwest Mount- ed Police lo take over similar du- ties in the province of Quebec to those carried out by the force In (Edmonton Journal.) Fur price A in the north country soared to dizzy heights last season, according lo Colin Ktaser, veteran trailer from Chlpewyau, who lina ar- rived here. There lias developed an ever inirreasins ilemand for (urs, (he- reiuil thtit business lias bcc keen. lu the casg of uiuskmts which but a few years cents ft jfcl and many vero purchased at MarLeu nold as J3 J4Q, lunj coyoto skins wera purchased at ?20. (Jood lynx skins easily drew 530. There WAS n-a'carcJlr ol, fores, but tbo, prices for bolh red and neses astounding. There Has ati alarailug- scarcity of raliblla in the north1 counlry, saya ,Vlr. tYaaer. This IE no doubt lo a large ex- tent accounted for the' fur oilch not ns heavy aa In prerious. years, ns Ihe rabbits constitute a njatn ob- ject ol pccy lor Iho larger fur-Tjearlnj animals. oppcsiiioti In flits eiccplionally could ba bought Tor !cn prices rouged :is us Dr. Meyer, a leading nonconformist London pastor, urged his cohtrreeBtfoii to for tho Buccess. of Iho Tislt ol the Prince oC Wales lo Canada, ha aaiil. cejueit the friendship of tho people, of thli coun- try and those of Ihe West. B modest people. Tbw said so manyjj- Tiice Ibat we hr.ve hardly covered yet. However, your correv j lo bono-a- ihe phrase i ,rj[ tn anclenl queen nnd ?av, "Tbe; JiaU has not heen told." j 1 well under tow for a fair at Coaldale on Sept.] 17th. This event wjll be held on the' tlhietic grouncla acd every kind oT WgrlcnltnrBl produce -sull be exhibit-' ifli An interesting feature is to be; ,lie "AUalfa Falaco" -svhlch laks; .the place of an exhibition building. This palace is io be built of baled al- falfa. Its dimensions will be 32iSO ullinp of all kinds ot crop j stretch of lu.il varying from two 10 carrying out ol Iho Irrigation Act. The j those in CentrM Albena. live m'Ses wide rnn from Volmer Sla- !rei0lutlous are oeiug funvarded to other Parts Canada. It Is stai- auil when Ihc Survey is maUc 1 that the force Is recruit- iviil- t'el ed a strength of 2.4CX) and that otberj they will .take over their work in oaTTieids" that have failed, nnd ihcjcouQiry and Syrucc .Grove. j purw of the country Tu uressuiR for pastures are freshening. Flai is uow j J- [the juice. well hui Is not'sufficienily ad-1 Cliiei In. Southern Alberta there" i? not j liou eastward for a distance u? about i and when the survey is much new to report with respect lo'icn mites., Siua.1! p.iirhc-5 hnvc bocu farmers oi the district ivi grain crops. There will bo some feed visited by hail ia Iho river !renjy 10 fall in line the SOON START TO BUILD .NEW COL'EMAN SCHOOI leet, 13H -Ject.at the ridge. Pillars IT [eel square will be at the corners 'nnd the Vhole edifice will be decor- (From Our Own RAYMOND. Aug. IS.- Principal Pal- mer of the Knight Academy will be in Raymond, from Calgary, where he Ihls province within a month. The will, it is believed, be largely from western Canada. 'THREE RAISED TO PEERAGE BY KING (I'ron Our Own COLKM.VX, Donn-. hoe, GmnJ Chancellor Comraandpf. i Knighls made ;in official: visli 10 the t'olomao on Eaiur- dny On Monday eveolue Ihe Ccautaaiiui: Special in wv closed a very season at PER NIC, August miners' rerred Dlairrncrc. Largs crowds from tbc j hall ivns a busy place today, George last night j Invented HI. Hon. David Lloyd George the Order of Merit (it Bucklns- j ham Palace. The awarding of the [honor to ihc Prime Minister was an- Inounced on August 6. The delayed list ol as the Prime Mintster'ii honors, con celebrate the King's birth- announced yesterday. The has been carrying" on a series of es- ,0d perimenta for several of the Tisllors -ear about weeds. We of irrigation on Eoils, for seveml towns in the Pass have at-; men signing the Toll of Ihe local, llius 1 one earldom, two baron lence-d cath periorinsjice. aud Ihe apain of tho Unit- aranlee ha-3 bet'u amply covered by j od Mine of .Anierira. the receipts. Arrangements have Many Avcnt up to Coal Creek UPS: flitcen baroaclcics i score of -khfghlboods. Sir Edward Cecil Guinness, naen completed lor year's Chau-1 afternoon lo sign on uith the .coal Yj-count, Keagh, Clianccllor of Dub- lauo.ua, and all .lovers OL ihis lorui of i company to resume work. IJn University, and lieail of the rnos "icrop failure is .considered a .-In dUtr-U it is a pmce. _ repairs being 'Out Ihe" school to-set ready .'01 Session. "tt> to deny thnl Coil' rlaie booming. It i.i not booming. II is experiencing a patural crowth. ?ome things we ncefirar'e: -TJp-to date hotel accommodation, dni? M'jr.p and meflfcal ECTvice. A L'lnis-communily ceatrf cwi ed by unity, Trith games, library, baths and'every Other EQCial eqaip- menL A physical director' IGT the commuDiLy to. teach', both children and adults how to play, and 16 over- PILL your Iiead aches, it is usually caused .by your liver or Stomach getting out of order. These- "sick headaches" quickly disappear as soon as the stomach is r elieved of its bilious contents. Right your stomach and regulate and tone the liver with Beecham's Pills, which rapidly improve conditions and promptly Help Headache of Spcoil Vtlua to Wonua are wIlH Ever? Bex. Tiliss EUen Holmes, Domestic, Sci- ence and Art- The Academy opens September 2aJ. J on TiieEiIaT morning., In" aDn'ouncing the public .EC stalf.Principal AToolf states nerr faces have? been in the j persons D. Weaver and Miss May Paiman. This beginners must siart t scIiboropeD5. There will not be i a betlnners' class commencing ai j Christmas lime. Also, all those who j were promoted must recistcr the first month or else they -will find U diffi- cult lo make the grade into -which they irere promoted. The manual training department at The pumibi liept al wcrkj nd, ivill .he back lo elliclency" very soon. Gladstone Local, aa reorganized, has for president. 'Mr. James Clark; vice- president. W. .'H-. Shernaan, 'and for [secretaries, Franfc Drindlcy and {llartiii. i With ihc Industrial air clearing ivery rapiuiy. Kernie people arc 1 ins Hiems'cJves'Jlor a renewal or'llic j i pas Ihe coke ovens and dust In place ,of ihe' dusX of .unresl Trunk Railway oE Canada, arc ihoso granted ImiEhlhcods. The delay In issuing llic list, which was expected shortly alter the King's birthday on June 3, vraa explained j as due lo tbc Prime JMhtElcr's lack) of time io compile Iho list because of duties "in connection witli tha Peace Conftrence. .see oar entire athletic Ille, and al lhc 13 preparing to take over once. The community social program gjl (be boys [rom lne pubiic sctooi for tbVfall and should be oat-' jn qradC5 V.. VI., VJl. and Vlll., also lined. .A had lire broke onl In Ihe black- imith thop of Mr. Quaife at Cbin about 2 Sunday, August the girls from the same grades, and i will lake the domestic art and science. Arthur Walton of the ?nd JTbe entire shop and content 'destroyed and will be a bad I loas to Mr. Qualfc. He is bowerer intending to rebuild at once. .'The P.-Land po. are to put up a shortly at Chin and put in a stock ol hardware and groceries. The lumber yard and store will be in charge of Mr. Towrow. .'And remsmner we need a rural i munlcipsllly. For opinions ol the roads we -wonld refer yon to Mr. HndEon. j (Whin Ronlylns Mtnik.n Ths Ir'rom Our OTTO CurrcsDomier... FKltXIK, Atifr. IT-Chanlamina week j tlicy.have been.for so i Isurleiled- 5 proving more interesting lhan ivas j 'JERRY" REGARDS HIS NECKPIECE AS KIND OF CIVILIAN WRIST WATCH to wear- last-vear's program, aaa Ir.c giinran-; e tors Trill come out a Jitlle ahead of j lliB game.-riDancially. The lecture feature lias Ijecn ao im- i ling a heavy collar, Jerry, a young STORE bullclos, owned by Andrew AT FORT WILLI AM I Kane, yesterday picked up the collar latter it bad been temporarily removal OnL, Aug. Ifrom bis neck and unobscrveil quietly U. S. Division to France, son of Mrs. the alFO JIcKenna, 13 lierc 'Tor a few days. I t'apt. Walton liaJ sorae exciting perlences Trhile ci-ossios Ihe -Atlanilc Tith submarines, lie looks well and sayg he is glad to Le hack in Ray- verandali.ol the Base Bummer rier Vainr Mill' andI in elevators at Furl William an'cl collage at Illgliland iJike. all rna'rfc Tort Arthur on Aug. li, wllh. receipts Following an nnsuccesBtul search all mafic la..i ng fll, menls durinE WM for dog nnd collar, Jerry reappeared IfEUCil by board grain com-ion the scene Ills nose covered ,a iu their several miEsioncrs for Canad2, on Kolurilay: st Stocks 0.i Wheat tore cnming and 0- ing over the inter-provincial higii- way. OUR of ihe latest licine -5S3.G7' GRANLEA NEWS i Harry E. Hall a'nd vile, from (lien- MARCONI OPERATORS ORGANIZE PORT AKTHUR, Onl, Aug. new association kEO'A'n as tha Great Lafces Wireless Association has neen fonned among lhc operators on land and ffnip stations operalcd by the Marconi "Wireless company of Canada, nnder the dejiartnicnl ol tlie HITY! service. ...The. operators, (he majt-rltr of whom are paid jfa and (50 a ;nlp and the Eamc with a living allowance of on land sta- tions hava forwarded A request to Ihe comcsnr for ?75 riioDlh wlln n J10 Increase yearly. a month ing allowance and ?15 a month living allowance for officers In cbargq of land Blalions, Ulation officers uBU.illy obtain house, fnel ani light- The as- ecc'atlon has aaked for rccogiiilion Of the demands by Aug. 20. I GRA.VLEA, Aug. Richard JReid returned on Friday, AugusfSlh, rora a Tisit la friends in A dance was acid Jn the ichooifaouse Saturday night, Angusl )th, and, judging by the large crowd young people galhere together tor .he occasion, it Vas ihe beat ever. Mr. aDd -Mrs. Kten spent Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Jp.rit Fore. -Mr. Tom Prow.sc vas a visitor lo Wlnnifred Monday. "Mrs. Richard Dodds and daughter. a suburb of Los Angeles, l? Tornia. Mr. Hall is an aiitoniolitle i dealer iu his lown. having had experience in the business, i This maker, him an authority as lo i good road conditions his car Parley.. Flax G75 02S 55's-17 eat showed hy [.onull'on the loog trip Ihroiigh. Salt Lake. Yd- ShipniRiils, lowslone Park, llic Glacier I'ark and JJ hcal the trip through Ihe. pass, (hat Mr. I Hall, knows to RCI the host out 2I2.I1S.I H3.03D i 453 with fresh "earlh. Worl'.ing on this clue, members of the family Inimc- starlcd-antilhev hunt for the missing collar, which they found bur- led beneath the colt.ise. Jcrrv had dug a hole' with Ills pn pushed Ihc collar into it ami compli V; covered the objectionable studdeil neckpiece In mui-h the same manner as he would bnry a bone. it. Mr. Hall i lo liic full all the i Rye olHcr lourlsls have fcccn bestowing upon Ihe road and the seen-! cry Ihrough Ibp ('row's Ncs! Pass.' Hia outfit carries the banner for perfect condition- HS to Audrey, who have been [he of and condition of rcolor. C.Tley Flax 377.S21 1S.-IUJ 37.111 S8.S7-! 5.SS2] SHANTUNG PROVISIONS MEAN WAR Auc. irnanlmous opinion of Amer- ican experts on far eastern affairs at Versailles that war must re- sult from the peace treaty provis- ion giving Japan control In the Chinese province of Shantung, the senate foreign relations commit- lee (old today by Thomas F. Millard, an American writer wno was attached lo tlic Chinese peace delegation. The Farmer-Banker Alliaiice You go lo your lavryer for legal advice; to the doctor for medical advice; why. not to The M'erchantsBankforfinanciiladvice? If you want a. loan to buy cattle; hogs or you want information.as to how lo invest to those who make a business of financial matters, and are in a position to give you lound and.; impartial advice. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1804, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, Man.g'er. Mr. arid N. Siiinkle, returned j Of couraC Mr. Hall Is au cntlnislasl POST TOASTIES Make ybur breakfast to their Dome in on Thura day, August Hth. Mr. and Mrs. George Thorpe nnd ion, CTieslev, are restdcnt.s. iu the district lor tlie harvest. .Mr. anil Mrs. George Hat- lour, on Sunday, August. lOtb, a daugh- ter. Mother doing well. Lutheran chorch ficrriceg WGIC heM n Dongae7ille Sunrlay. Mis.sea Kuth and fjraco Schodulc, of were visiting friends in the district Wednesday. Clranlea lied Cross ladies, don'L for- get the special scvcini; meeting lo he held at the homa of Mrs. George people ccrlalnlyit ulallon from Ihc; 11 'Superror Corn flakes 33 regards the particular car ho lian-j dies, and Hutck loose nothing in renj manner In which ihcir fllenrtalo dealer looks atter his and lhc-ir ov.-a hu3l- ness, SomCj, not many, of llic? tourist cftrj which pass throufili Fcrnie do Lot ap- ppar inviting Lo a fastidious indi- vidual, likes a btd In which Lo Deeding lied up in a roll rl tied upon the rnnnIng-board of. car gets fillcil with dual, anil all manner nt shaking will net clear It of all the duat that a day's drive accumu- lates when paavng over rlusty roafls, Wares, Thursday, August 21st. Mr. Hall had nut. his ap- Mr. and Mra. Splnkle raotoreil to .pcarcil like a pair Of Winnlfred Thursday. along with him. ao they had Ihe rear The high winds of the last two days scat of the car in which lo filow away have slopped Ihe prosreis of alack-i their riedrootn furniture. Tills Ihoy ing wheat, fq the dlsappolnlment of j covered'with a black oilcloth cover, the '.'arrnera vvrfo are anxious to get which was securely uulloncd flown tbelr wheat threshed. Thresnlng around, ttius preventing any dust eipecled lo "be In order aomt lime getting ins'de their heddlng, It won) oexl week. (a unique arrangement, which brought Mr. find Wtt motored to comfort nnd convenience to tlic own- nlfreil Monday. j era. Mr. Hall Is now en rout? lo Lo3 .Mr. Perry Morris made a business i Angeles by -way of Spokane, Portland (rip lo Korcmosl Wedne.-day. [anil San Francisco, Mr. find Mrs. L. Carlson un'l c.nil- Coclcshutt Rotary Disc Plows ARE GUARANTEED TO WORK IN ANY KIND OF SOIL" LIphI Trjtlor Power Lift, Sizes 2, 3 and 4'furrow. TraclionXevtr 4 24 Furrow. Horsi Disc, 2. 3 anil 4 furrow. I STRONG, SIMPLE, DUAABLE, EASILY ADJUSTED, "ThC I'lnvv for Satislaclory Work." A. SMEATON Ajjcnt for Cockshull Implcmcnls. 12f2 1st Avcl.ve South VALUABLE PAPERS The Safety; Deposit Boxes of this Bank offer security for valuable papers, documents and other effects. The rental of one of these boiei is very moderate and protects.you against loss by fire or theft THE: CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE dren were Ciilltn al the home of Mr. and T, li. I'rowse Sunday. Jerrj- Marzlon, of Crciasficld, p.ns, talncl a fatal accident at Ihc farm llr. Kverctt !.angrlcc had the mis-jof y. T. Stocks of Urilmheller. Ills fpriuha (n lose n valuable younK colt horses took fright, and In an (lion to save them lie got Into a dam and .ilr. Joe PU'Hze led. on .Vontlay lor iSasktitctiewnri rtrownert helji ('ouH bo pb A Woman's Advantage In DeaKng With a Trust Company 1. Financial FUiponeiblllly. 2. Continuouj Service, 3. Systematic Hml many IndlvJtiujU can offer 60 much? A Man protect! wife and children by the making ot a Will and kteplng hit home and furniture covered by Fire Irnurance. Siinihlne In our 1.ETHBR1DGE BRANCH WARNEK BRANCEC 5III.K RIVER BRANCH R.T. Min.ger J. H, S. CORDON, Minifel 1. V. STEEL; Mintfw r; The British Canatian Trust Co. EXECUTORS 315 FIFTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Wholetale and Retail Agent JAMES DALRYMPLE 715 Third Street A., South. Lethbrldge, Albert! Who has Known and told thli for yeirj. Price Paid Chernlsl of long exiierlonco writes cm ''fn 'none o( Ih6 widely ndverllscd Ointment! eoinpnro with INDIAN UALM forxvaluu and cfllcucy." ;