Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
-PAOH POUH THE LETHBRIDGE DATTA' HERALD TIIUHSDAY, AUOUST 19, WM ttbe Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY _ and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD COMPANY LIMITED 6th Street South, Lethbrldga W. A. BUCHANAN and Managlcg Director jTohrt Beslnecs Manager Member Audit Bureau ol Circulations. Subscription Rates: Dally, week ......J .23 by mail, per year........ S.CO Dally, by aail, for 6 months 42o DiUy.'by mail, S months 2.50 WsBSuy.-by mail, per year.....1.50 mail, per to iJ.S. 2.00 LORD" FISHER: .VINJUCATEO.'. resignation.' from the 'Admiralty tho' height of the war has never been .'properly 'explained. The story that was current did less than justice to the great Admiral. H conveyed the impression that he had first been Induced to agree to .the Dardanelles Expedition; had to-ltis otd opinion, and walked out.of his office. There is reason to believe, however, that tho true.'versipn has-only now come opt, Tit., that Lord Fisher resigned when found that his specific Instructions had been t altered behind his back. known that he wished to gather 'a large fleet for the descent upon the German coast. But the civil' authorities forced him to dissipate the forces to all parts' of the world, but particularly the .Mediterranean. The crisis came when Italy, as a condition of entering the war, asked that British warships should be sent out to reinforce her fleet. Lord 'Fisher refused, then he discovered tbat. the ships had been sent, and ot courje, refused to con- tinue In office under these circnnv 6lances. In Justice to a great sailor the" Government should be required to admit the tacts and remove an undeserved stlzma frnm'licrd Fisher's memory, ot the fruit industry In British Colum- bit is steady but sure. A rather rth markable thins is that B. C. apples are already being Eold in Ontario lu competition with the apples ot that province. Ontario boasts ot very apples and the claim has been made that they are superior to British Columbia's, tint il is tnie that B. C apples can find a. mtrket la that province. Ontario does not put its apples on its own markets ia as at- tractive a condition as the Pacific province. B.C. apples are wrapped and bear the name of the district wheia they were they are al- ways the very best of the product 'be old by thirty- CARRY OUT SUGGESTION 'MADE BY MR. MARNOCH. During the Irrigation congress h.ere Howes of the faculty of -.Alberta, made the announcement that a chair in farm engineering had been estab- lished and that Prof. Smith who would have charge was In Califarnla at that time studying Irrigation .projects in .order that he might bring.to .his .work in this province first-hand knowledge ot the best In the science of from the'standpoint of the irrigation In this connection it is worthy'of note that in his annual report io tbe Board ..of. Trade In 1917, President G, R. Marnoch.sald, in speaking of the agricultural schools of the province: "Some attention has been paid to the teaching .ol rural economics al MONTREAL TO HAVE NEW GOVERNMENT. The city government of Montreal, which has passed through a series of experiments in form during tnV, last twelve yD'ars, Is- to undergo another change, mme'drthe' experiments hav- ing pleased all the psople, though each has made for'more honest and more efficient government than tbe old system ot a council elected one wards, with two members from each ward, and a Mayor elected by the people Under the Provincial Prime Min- Isleis Sir-Lomer Gouin, who recently resigned, the Legislature had several .times told the people of Montreal they could have whatever form of gov- ernment they desired, but'Sir Lomer declined-to accept, the word ot the former aldermen, ward heelers and reactionaries of the old system, who were put out ot a job some twelve years ago, as representing the voice of the people when they clamored year after year for tbe return of the old order.after doing alMn their pow- er to obstruct-tna work of Ihe City Commissioners who succeeded ftem. Before relinquishing office recently, Sir .Lomer Gouin appointed a coin mission 'of prominent "Montreal citi- zens to study the conditions in Mont- real and recommend a new form ot government.' This body ia now at work, and It has received from Its' subcommittee a recommendation 'that, Ihi city bave a council of nine mem- bers elected, at large for a term of 'our years; that .the council elect the mayor and that a city manager be appointed. In 1908, following several civic scan- dals and the report of an Invostigat ,ng coramlgsica who aldermen guilty of gross malversation, Montreal was given a two-chamber system ot government, the council being cut down to one member per ward Instead-bf.two, and .deprived of (Continued from Krpnl per ia at ten o'clock at night. That :s fariniug ou a large scale and that is the system Mr. Xoble Is using in getting this huge crop of grain oft the lauj and ou Its way, perhaps, to feed some starving nuives 'A Europe. Mr. Noble, altogether, .has a crop covering acres. Tils Includes the Nobleford farm.. The estimated yield of bis crop runs between twenty- five aud twenty-seven bushels, for wheat, sixty bushels of, oats and twenty of rye. That will prove to be the largest crop, taken as a whole, that shall come off any farm in the world, bar none. Noble's Big Way Although the Cameron ranch Is far away from.the railway, Mr. Noble is sjoing to get his grain to the ele- vators ot Chin by the shortest means possible. Two more examples ot the big way Mr. Noble does things are given in the fact that he has pur- chased the Pioneer Grain Co.'s elevat- or at Cbin, the only one there and tho carrier he Is constructing across tho Old Man river. VesSerday the visitors saw .a por- tion of a container be- ing constructed. This ,1s .being built ou the side of the valley of the Old Man river. The grain will be dumped into it. taken on a carrier to the edge of a ledge above the water'and the grain will go into a one "ton carrier, to be carried by cable to the other side, A power plant will be built at the receiving end. Grain, by its own weight, will prac- tically carry itself to the edge of the bottom ledge. 'He Is constructing this novel affair with a view to perma- nency, as could be seen- yesterday. A special stop was made at thfs point. A splendid view of the valley was obtained and Jim Fuller's place, on the river bottom, was in plain view. Jim Fuller was; the manager of-.tho old Cameron Ranch. At several places the binders were seen at work and soon after tho" ranch was reached a stop was made to let the visitors view several Votary weed- ers at work. Lunch Welcome At the main camp lunch was served. It was cafeteria style.' Huge boxes of sandwiches 'and pots of coffee, con- densed cream and jot were on the table. Soft also there. By the time this part, of the program was reached every one was eager for it. The riSe proved a cold one and tbe coffee and tea went good. The sandwiches were said. WTiile here G. R, Marnocb, presi- dent of the Lethbridge ot a visitor In town on Monday. Mr. Joseph Syi-rtz made a business [trip to Calgary on Saturday. I Mrs. Jag. Smith left on Thursday tor a visit north. Chas- tagan and pVrty were visitors In town on Sunday with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kasan. Mr. Godard of Winnipeg IE In town on business for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Walchoria of Coutts were visitors In town on Sunday. Mrs. Henry Ellarf Is at the Mud- cura Sanitarium, Shakopee, Minn., re- ceiving treatment and progressing favorably.- Mr. Aylesworth ot Letbbrldje wta in town on business during the week. A. W. Murphy, government seed grain maa, was a visitor In town last Thursday.' Mr. J. King left for Lethhrlige. on Wednesday. Threshing Is in full swing, rye mak- ing a good .yield, wheat ready as soon as rye Is threshed. Lec-Enfield.Criticized by Shots At Dominion Meet At Rockwood OTTAWA, 'Aug. Weather con- ditions were excellent for the third day of the Dominion Association matches of Canada RIBe today. .There was a fairly steady left wind and the light was good. Despite the criticism of the, short Lee-Enfleld rlfie, whtchxls the only one allowed, the scoring Is high. The 48th Highlanders. Toronto, the Dundonald cup and open to teams of six" men, .with a score of 144. The Queen's Own team won second prize, also with a score of m, and the O. G. F, G. 524.00, with a score of HI.. The Ozowskl.'cup and ?50.00 for teams of six men was won by Queen's Own- RiSes, score sec- ond prize, 545.00, being woa by 4Slh Highlanders, score 422. The British challenge shield for the aggregate scores in tbe Djindonald and GzowskI teams was won by the Queen's Own Rifles. The above matches were fired -yes- terday, and the. results announced to- day. FUNERAL OF REV, H. S. BAGNAbL (Medicine Hat News) powers, over .or, spending d. Bipnd rBhouid toe the signal for niu'c] better methods in-our Irrigated sys lent here. B. C. FRUIT IN THE .Vancouver Island la shipping Cher ries to Winnipeg for the flret time tad Is proud about It. The growth Franklin. D. Democrat! candidate for the vice-presidency o the'United Slates, has .referred t the opponents of the League ot jN'a ttons as a "handful of'.crookB." Tha sounds like Teddy. Hon. Duncan Marshall's .htindrc head of Shorthorns from Scotland wi make up for the loss of other trad with Canada, thinks the ;Toront Globe. Other kind of we sup Pbsc, is what it has ID mind, The Brantford Expositor directs a lention to the statistical compariso showing that in .the great war th United Slates lost ono In every of her population, Italy one In 75, th British one In 66, and Franc one iti 28. Who, It asks, won th war? The Kingston Standard, a good ol Conservative, paper, wants the trul it does not hesitate'to say "It will bu merely waste1 of for Parliamentarians and orator and waste ot spaco for to say nothing of the unnecessar feature of refer to the Nation Liberal, and Conservative party. Fi 'our part we should prefer to be moi well ad call what It actually will bo, tho Ubcrn Confio'rfadve party." e .said, have- done .much to .solve _ lo-the gi ___ ___ Noble In the wlntcrjye bus! who P- >uperinteud done by cn: i at me cnnrcn.ianu ino following mm rather farmers had been of the loss yef will do m the.soil'drifting prob-! sustained by relatives, friends, Ih'p m. Vr. Noble Is quite an -expert-1 church and the community by the ent conducted the service the .chnrch.iand Iho following min ---------ily by his (sudden- death of Rev ested results to himself. He spreads i Mr. Dafoe of Lethbridge, representing hem broadcast for tha benefit ot'alL! the Mission Board of Alberta; Rev On the trip out from 'w. B. -'Freeman, of Moose Jaw, repre he large number of stacks.ot.alfalfa schting the Xelson1 Baptist church n the Coaldale district was partic- Rev. Mr. Bryan, of Taoer, representing larly They plainly show- the Social Services-League and Rev d that this winter no ahimall need uffer for feed In the south. The sec- mi cutting is In -fine -'shape and __ ___ .__ ___, -hen that Is taken off the feed sit-1 and Rev. J. W. Morrow led in prayer atlon will be just thaKmuch'better; Rcv.'Mr. deacon'in The-cattle through the cnuntry are; the'Nelson church wneh'Mr. Bagnal Capl. rcpHJsenllng. the isterlal Medicine. Hat Rev. B.'A. Davis''raid'the scriptun n much belter shape than: they were his time last year, In addition Lelhbrldge Board f Trade, there were many visitors rom Carmangay, .Calgary, Taber and ther points.' (From Our Own Correspondent) MILK niVBR, Aug. funeral if tbe late Mr. place on Wednesday, the remains were. laid o rest In the public cemetery. Services were held in .the. Catholic thurch on Sunday. Mr. Ellis of Calgary was. a business rlsitor in town on Thursday. was stationed there' and was. a class male'of Mr. Bagual.PatrCplle'ge. The pall-bearers, were" the 'deacon of the church, MessfS. Rowe, Johnsor Tabor, Tracy, Esplcn ,Th funeral was attended Bag nail's three Arthur Lowe of Arcola. Walter Lowe, of. Ardath ''and Mr. ireut Northern Hotel Proprie- tor Soaked On Booze Charge (From Our Own Correspondent.) reR.NlE. Aug. Bar- rjitl, of the Great Northern Hotel Com- iany, who was apprehended with Iquor in bis'possession in '.the hotel, was before Magistrate Whimster to- day and otter pleading guilty to llse chaise pf having liquor In- Ifco hotel, contrary to the provisions of the Pro hibitlon Act, was fined Jl.OW and costs. The size otthe One was such bat the accused mau gave notice ot appeal to a higher court. Thomas Sherman, charged with burglary In the King's hotel, had his ireltmlnary hearing before Magistrate Whimster and was remanded for trial. His Honor Judge Thomson Is hold- ng a session ot the Kooteuay county court here today. PICKED UP V O a THE BUSY MAN Scientists tell us tbat each iudlvld- ual should consume 100 pounds of salt each year. A Jersey cow belonging to Harry Terzaiti, of Whitman, O., bad twins and the same cow twins last year. Chas. Osborne was elected reeve ot Tyendinaga township by acclama1 tlon. ill Chicago this year, will shipped to Buenos .Ayres. where it' will ba used for breeding purposes. Three thousand dollars' ul i whiskey and a Stuijebaker cat confiscated. Is the price paid by whiskey runner named Paul Brown of Portlaad. Indiana, when trying le j gel away with his cargo south .of Red- vilto, Sask. On the barren wastes o! ia-sur-Tille, France, a vast field is covered with implemeuts'of war, 'Including svtH REGINA, Aug. are ralhcr ike the mules who used to draw the ammunition wagons to the said Lord Apsley ot the London Morning Post, in the course of a speech acknowledging the welcome ot the city of Reglna and the province of Saskatchewan, this afternoon. "e have come to fetch the1 am- munition so badly needed in England just ho explained. Even such things as hay you can send us to supplement the'dearth uf fodder for the cattle there. We are not so provident in these things and we face a serious shortage of feed- stuffs this winter." SAYS WILSON PUT ONE OVER ON LLOYD GEORGE IN LEAGUE Mont., Aug. Wilson "put one over" on'Mr. Lloyd George In the1 distribution of voting! Btreugtb in the League of Nations, I Franklia D.' Roosevelt, Democratic" vcie-presldentlat nominee, -declared; In an address here today. The Republicans are -playing a1 shell game on the people of tho Un- ited States, he declared, because "they are still busy circulating the story tbat Britain. has six votes to our one." i "It is-just the other he con-! a matter of fact the United sbout'12 votes in the assembly. Until last week I had two of them myself, and now Secre-' tary Daniels has thsm. You know I' have had something to do with the running of a couple of little repub- lics. Fact Is that I wrote Haiti's con- stitution myself and if 1 do say it. i I 'think It is a pretty good'coustilu-! tlon." I Mr. Roosevelt said'that Haiti-and! San Domingo, Panama, Cuba and j Central American countries, who had j at least 12 votes in the league's as-1 sembly, regarded Uncle Sam. as; n guardian, and big brother, nnd that' Inn United States practically would have their votos in the league.' Magistrate Raphael Tobias, ol New York, said women poker players wcro n terror to 'husbands, and ho pitied the men (hoy were married to. In Britain, after iu point of population, come Glasgow, with inhabitants, and 'Birmingham with Tie will of a Mohatnmeilaii ".was recently probated in' the courts' ot Wayue county, Ohio, and among the strange provisions was' a bequest of 200 "to redeem my six big und four Eius." The authorities at Marietta, 0., want to sell an old. church known as Zion Reform church, but cannot flndi the -owners, and the-deeds aro lost. Tho church was built more than a century ago. At Duluth, the grand jury found that a negro who had been lynched In connect Ion with riti attack on s white girl bad no part In the affair at .all, but was L'elng held by the authorities as an important witness. At Harrisburg, Pa., Patrick Mur- phy's 2-year-old daughter was bitten by a rabbit. Patrick killed tho ani- mal with a baseball bat, and the -neighbors had him arrested on tho charge of trespassing.' Rear-Admlrnl Washington, chief of the bureau of navigation, states that there wore thousands of desertions from the U-. S. navy last year, and an average of 700 desertions per month thus far in 1920, due to inadequate pay. The world's record price for a Short- horn bull was paid by Einllie R. Cas- arcs, when lie purchased- the supreme champion, Inchfleld Clipper, for 000. The bull, destined to appear at lery carriages and machine Buns. This assortment of military uiu- inent has bean sold to Prance for francs. The separate schools of Ontario "nave been, authorized to use iiic puvik' school readers, according to a state- ment published in the Catholic lies- Uter. It is stated that the contract for .the publication of the Canadian Catholic reader lias expired and' that Its renewal been iiiade Impossible by tho high cost ot material and labor. the 'International Livestock exhibition YouTiBe Surprised At the pleasure 'a -Vlctrola in the home will give Music taste. for every VIctroTas upwards. at Sold terms. on -easy We can sell you every Record made for the Victor. Ask for Big Frea Catalog, list- ing and describing even' 'Victor Record. HISCH, IIHITCD' Balmoral Block Home of the Victrola" AUSTRIA FOLLOWS Frank Lowe, Ca.lgary. J X In' attend- ance also were Mr.'and Mrs., Good of Seven Persons and' Mrs. Bogiie of Farmington, N7.n., Mrs. Good and Mrs. liogue are cousins of Mr. Bagnall. The service at the' grave-was con- ducted by Rev. Mr.- Hunter, of Eur- tielte, Floral tributes were received from the following: Members ot First .Baptist .church, Medicine Hat, wreath! Trail Rangers Class, First Baptist Sunday, School, anchor; Phitlalhca: class, wreath; The baseball team motored to War- Ministerial Association; wreath; Kit- chener Loyal Orange Order, wreath; iV. C. T. U.', wreath; The Baptist Board of Alberta, wreath; The Wom- en's Baptist Hoard of'Alberta, wreath; Members ot the Social Service lea- gue of Alberta, wreath; The Baptist Church of Nelson, B.' C., wrcaih; W. C. T. U. of Nelson, B.C., wreath; Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rood, FVank and Mina, wreaths; Mr., and Mrs. If. H. 3rown, anchor; Mr. and Mrs.-T. R. Mayberry, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. May- berry and family. ROY, Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. C. 'B. Layton, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Lean, Mr. and L. Ronnenberg. Mr. and Mrs. C. I! Rowo, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Tiaknr and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Elliott, W. S. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. I.ydeard, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Robin- son, Mr. snd Mrs. H. Tabor and family, Mrs. J, H. ..Soane, Nelson, ner on Friday played a good game, by' the score of'9 to 7; Mr. Turner of Lethbrldge was a business visitor- in town for a 'couple' of days the beginning of the week. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Halnes and fam- ily returned on. Tuesday a' holiday spent at-Banff. The Junior Institute girls were en- on Wednesday'afternoon at tho home of Miss Daisy The ladles guild of the Untied church met on Friday 'afternoon with Fred Norrls." Dainty refresh- ments being served by the hostess. Mr. am! Mrs. H, N. Becker of Lefh- bridge motored down on Friday even- ins tho guests nf Mrs. C. A. Hunt. Mrs. Harry Laworenceu arid' chil- dren leave ou Wednesday to visit her father, Mr, Lflckcr-of Lethbridgo. Mr.'Allen ot the I. H. C., Lethbrldge' was a business visitor in town on Wednesday. The Women's Institute meet on Wednesday a'ftcrnoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. Hunt. Mr. Roberts of Colitis was a visitor in '.own on Thursday. Mrs. lien Spread leaves on Wed- nesday for a trip to Lethbrldge. T. Vnrburs, Colitis and Const, Ellis were visitors In town on Thursday. The boy scouts left on Monday for a weeks camp at the SIsler ranch Maspinasin, o.f Rev. Preston and Sir. the camp- Ing party were Mr. Taylor, Junior Ilunck, Cyril Ilayl Richard- son, Teddy Balnea, Charles Thomp- son, 'Itpfclnald Harrows, Leslie Ollea, Ralph ijartram, Titos. Klrby. Stanley Bartram, Mr. Harkln of Calgary was a busi- ness visitor In town on Monday, Mr. Jno. Turner'returned on Mon day after spending thenveek-eml In Calgary. CANADA'S COURSE: E YOUR FEET SORE, TIRED AND i'. If so it is not your feet fitted with proper, appliances for relief and then treat them properly with Dr; Scholl's''.'Three; Netessitie's" and you will hgve comfortable and your rheu- matic pains will leave you. Appliances for All Ask To Be.Fitted Shoes for All Ages J. Nelson Co, Sherlock Building has abolished government control of her' domestic grain supply after a bitter political nsht in which the advanced parties were defeated by. an. overwhelming vote of the combined Christian Soc- ialfst-OrosBe Deutsch parties. Govern- ment control, 11 was alleged, was a "farce." EXPECT MENNONITES AT QUEBEC TODAY QUEBEC, Aug. delegation of Menr.onites is expected in Quebec in connection with the rumored "proposal to move tho. dissatisfied tribe from Manitoba to -this, province ft was officially announced in behalf of Iho government tbat Bo far no arrange- ments have been' mado for tho mi- gration. H is uiiilerstood the Meii- nonltea will carefully survey cultural districts of Northern Quebec with a.view to selecting u spot suit- able for settlement If promise can be obtained for a special language priv- ilege denied in Manitoba GERMANY PREPARES TO DEUVEH SHIPS German gov- ernment U taking over 24 ships ag- gregating more than .M95.0GO gross tons, under construction In various private shipyards of. the country, for delivery to the Reparation Commis- MANCHESTER GUARDIAN PROTESTS joint declaration of tho British and Japanese governments that (he Anglo Japanese treaty which has just been permitted to re- new ilself automatically for another year, Is "in harmony with the spirit of the covenant of the League of Na- tions" is challenged editorially by The Manchester Guardian. It Is nssMlerl as "a typical example of those partial and. exclusive agreements between particular powers which tho I.oaguo of Nations was -.designed to super- sede." ARRANGING LACROSSE SERIES MONTREAL. Aiig. A meeting oJ past and present directors of the slra as provided by tho terms of the I Shamrock Athletic association logolh- Treaty of Versailles. Five of the vessels were ordered by e- with the officers of the Lacrosse and players wag called last night Mablo Solo oi Warner was un 'to marks. the Hamburg-American .Line, ono otihere to consider the offer made by tnnfin ._., o" 'the directors of IheiNew Westminster Exhibition company to have the champions of the National Lacrosse Union to visit the Pacific Coast this summer to play New Westminster a scries of games ,fnr thp. Mlnto Cup. Tho Idea was received with favor luit the gnaranteo not being sufficient, the New Westminster company was asked to Increase' it. Tho mooting was then postponed nn.111 Wednesday next to await fc-P'y from New West- minster. grosa tons and another of 20.. 000 Kroas tons. One ship of. gross tons was being built for the Norlh German Lloyd. of the vessels who deliber- ately avoid the obligation of deliver- ing the ships to tho government will fce, punished by Imprlnonmenf up to ono year and by fine up to marks, Ihe Gorman government de- cree declares, and anyone avoiding the obligation r-arolessness will bo DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING hit that saves the day, Demand the cenutnebyfull nicknames encourage cubaUf ution.