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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta POUH LBTHBRIDOE DABLT WOIAIJ1 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 'I SUberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprleto'ri and'Publishers' -THC-LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 6lh Street South, Lethbrltlgs W. A. Buchanan fresMent acd Managing Director Yorrance Busluess TELEPHONES Business Ofiice .Editorial Offlct............... Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Ratssl dclivtrwj, per week Dally, delivered, per year Diily. by mail, per year 'Weakly, bylnaU, per year Weekly, by mail, peryejrjoj bis seed back will be lucky. The cost ol this year's operations will ba prac- tically a dead 105? which could not overcome with the wheat price at any figure. Tbere is too much ol a tendency ii'- the east to Waffle tho high cost ot liv- ing oa the high price, and. ot course. Ihe we-Meru farmer is, at ouco 1'Ut down as a profiteer. As a matter of fact, though iyis so said that !he cost c' bread .wts the standard of Ihe cost of living, this ii not really the case. The Freach government an experiment provius thai Ihe cost of bread really has very .little to do wltb Ihe cost ot other commodities It sulsidized the millers in order to fflske It possible for them to seil flou: 10 bakers at rates which perniitte au unusual degree of patienw. A No-Compromise Polloy It may also be remarked that the Opposition is not making it easier or tho Government to secure the re- urn of new ministers. Mai'kenile ling to have adopted a no- compromise pclicy, his hue'iUIm be- ng apparently to carry the battle to he gates. ThU.is quile in keeping with the tactics of Hartley Uewart in Ontario, who. through-his aggressive- ness, wrested tho' leadership from WEI. Proudfoot. Proudfobt lost out chiefly because ho wes sironi; on com- promise, having given particular of- fence because he euterea into an uu- with Sir William lloarst whereby the elections in Ontario were deferred. Proudfoofs fate, doubtless has been a warning Ip Mackeniie his advisers having very probably toM him that he will good with WE following in proportion us shss'e flght. There has been a great deal of spec ulalion as to the seal for which the new Liberal leader will stand. Som say that it will be Quebec East; bu others contend, with a show of reason that this is out of the Question, siac it would he a confession of weaknes lic- It a leader canno be elected in his own province he i usually considered very weak. At th same time' there are precedents for leader gong frern one province to an other in order to find a constituent One need go. no further, back th to reduce the price of his car. At Kingston JIayor Hardle declared himself in'favor of-a customs tariff. Don't be.surprised if he resorts to it as a means of raising revenue in Lethbridge some ot these fine ola themselves with'the thought that lings may not be as thflr eprese-nl them to be. And so itho attle on. Tlie undeniable Irath that the farmers are eihlbiting un- sual folidarity. nor is there but any vidence that this will not he maln- alneUor some time. In Oiilarjp the armers are as busy as bees orpanii- ng.for the provincial elections and. Iready. havexquite a few men in the eM 'politicians, all over the country ook on them as the deciding factor neit Ontario and federal elect- the on s. (From Our Own CAIiDSTON, Aug. Carde- ton Farming Co. have Mulshed cut- ting their acres of and pur- pose starting to thresh Monday wtth the big steam outfit Tho field looks good tor an. excellent yield considering tbo dry teasou and one of owners, Leeham is reported io o.ffer a wager that tho yield will go "twenty die bushels to the acre. Mr. Horace Eldredgo also has a fine fleld to the east but It does not ap- pear lo be quite- so heavy as to yield twenty-five Is all guess work, however, till threshing returns give actual reeults. It is also reported that" this good grain will likely find storage at tbe local mill and possibly be ground here It all goes well. The people ot this District would all prefer to'sea It mill- ed here as the uncertainty ,pt trans- portalion these days of strikes and lockouts causa people to hope that hte have their entries there by 10 o'clock I on the morning of the The Wo- f men's Institute held z social in the grove on Friday afternoon. All ar- uuo rangements were made and commit. 1SJ4. when the then.plain ilr. Borden. tees were appointed to take charge Liberals nominated the eut members J. 1'inard and Q. V. llurdman for the Ontario legislature. A new peach disease In the Niagara district causes tha fruit to drop from the trees while unripe. The labor men will run a candidate for the Ontario legislature- la St. Catharines. I Elgin farmers will candidates in both ridings for the Ontario legis- lature.. The United Farmers ol Ontario will have candidates in the four SInicoe county ridings in the Provincial elec- llous. .South Norfolk farmers have nomin- ated Jos. Cridlan'd, a former warden of the couiLty, for the Ontario legisla- ture? Forest fires which are now sweeping the Parry. Sound district completely wiped out Deer Lake settlement, 2? grain ground here'may help1 to feed (miles from Pniry Sound, those living here instead of balng ship- ped away. While drilling for water in the back The Cardslon Farming- Company vsrd ol 0. L. Lewis, C., Chatham, will plant ihe two hundred ind fifty H. Hebert slruck gas ot a (lento o! it acres new breaking that they have feet ready to fall wheat as soon as they can after threshing and then get ready I Thomas Watkin, senior cheese buy- i as much of the 1400 acre tract as they the Belleville cliecso board. JIAORATH, Aug. Children's j Belleville, succnmbcd to an attack of Coal IB one ol the'great things to be pneumonia. days and aj! operations are 1 dependent upon this supply for the Rw. Charles Young died at the 111- and the steam outfits. homo, of his daughter, Mrs. Mary A car of domestic coal came in from Howe, In Belleville, alter a lingering Taber last week to the coal agency ot I ijlness from cancer. Ho wr.s 74 years Bates and Lons and was quickly .distributed. More is expected Ubis Highest Quality Fairest Price AND guarantee with every Instrument, backed bv over fifty years' dealing with the Canadian pub- lic. That Is the record o! MASON 4 R18CH A poor piano Is cheap tt anjr "price. Masoa Bella tho easy terms. UNHID' BiTmorml Block of (From Our Own Aug. Chlldre Flower and will be held on Sept. 1st) as usual, under Ihe, direction ot.the Women's Institute. I There are some beautiful flowers and fine vegetables and the fair should be one of Ihe best evtr held. All those making exhibits.should weet. From Beazer Mine J. D. McBrido ot.Cranhroolt has re- tired from husihess and mar enter pol- The town lighting plant is now aec- He has had an aching heart for now in contemplatlotf. The -visit -to Abe LTthbridse'irrigation district was eye-opener, a marvellous' eye-open- 'er, in what irrigation .can do.'' "WATERTON LAKES IS XOUR'SUMHER RESORT. Lakes Park is the nation- ial playground most'directly..interest- LethhriSge. The development of Why not place sugar on the free list, as an intimation that profiteer- ing cannot be carried on behind the Press. i The Free Press Is a Tory paper, ibut Tvhen lirfng costs are high it bonest enough to admit that the' moral of the tariff would help Ihe 'consumer.' Waterton Lakes sbculd bo Letn- -bridg'e's particular task. 'Easy access to Waterton from both the Alberta and the ilontana sides -should be the'aim'of the people olj We slfonld set about fpl-j -'lowing up ft consistent plan of getting .better roads to" and better "i'ervice for the visiting 'there every summer to enjoy tbe beau- tiful mountain-- scenery- which ranks iecond-to nothing on'the continent. .-The people, of-Letabridge aeed.nol ileajitime'the irrigation farmers are putting- their second crop 'of. alfalfa while Marshall is sfliur- ing Ontario and Quebec to find enough. lay to feed our cattle through the winter. Hob. Mr. should gel behind tfcese Eoulh'ern irrigation pro- ects and then he won't have to go ut on any more" still hunts for hay. When Bela Kun, the Coamuutst fled from Hungary, he took expect1 Waterton Park-to be developed ifthey .'sit idly by. Calgary js not anxious to rival of Banff 13 established in-tie .south.-Edmonton is jn getting jasper on II To. Lathbf idge 'falls' Two things, are needed immediate ly to bring Waterton lo the: fore- good hotel accommodation and th( building oi tha proposed road from .Waterton to Lake McDonald in Glacier 'National Park, Montana. Tha latter is i government enterprise in which the S. government is willing lo co-oper- ate by .building 27 miles ot mountain road it-the Dominion government will build 4% miles. The hotel problem is one for private enterprise, The Board of Trade and Lethbridge people generally should get behind 'these problems and get action which wil iiiakc- this play ground the summe altrac'Jdn for thousands where it no' draws hundreds. te with him, among hia baggage, five mil- lion crowns of public money. This was a tfansaction similar in character, but pn a somewhat larger scale, to lhat earlier achievement by Bela Kuu which led to his conviction in the courts for pocket-picking. THe opposi- tion of this noted Communist to the possession ol property appears to ba a matter of theory rather than prac- tice. He has no objection to possess- ing property" himself provided he can ,teal it instead of being obliged to orks for ft, says the Winnipeg Free ess. having been Seteated'hi Halifax, a seat in old Carletori Cohntr. It looks as though'the new leader would stand for Giensarry and the "being 'chiefly Scottish" and for a Liberal to'he.returned.. It tho leader of the-O'ppositlbn will not oblige the to deal whereby a" few on both sides nay be-returned without contests, It is unlikely 'that the government will make 'for. him to.; enter tbe Houkel '-SdOiietmay h'aye out for some tKe govern men't finds it1 convenient- to Issue a writ for a constituency that he thinks he can carry. Such are the ways politicians. Politics Warm in pntsrio At present Ontario 13 .tba politica s term centre of the Fo some time there have .been muttering in the provincial camp against Si William Hearst. Undoubtedly he ,ba given the province gopi government [ml a number of prominent _Conserva lives oppose him, including of his following "in ti'e legislature', he cause he did not come tp.tbe.prem iership through the'expressed'will o the party. These men are no.w callin loudly.for a convention in'order'thi a leader may be formally cb'o'sen., they succeed in having one called it certain that Sir William will not b the chosen one. The.'insurgents wa Sir Adam Beck and no other.' He supposed to be out of politics and have no political ambitions; but if tl demand for liimN continues to gro and the party declares for-him, on of the flower fair nnd other busine uring coal from the Beazer mines as the outside supply is nearly eibausl- id and orders are not filled which are placed at points." It is indeed fortun the itorship for many as Inland Sentinel. The erection of a suitable monu- tended to. Refreshments ,'were rved and an enjoyable time had.by. ladies-will.sell refreshment! ate connection with the fair, and led to help them in their 30d No admission, is charged r viewing tbe .exhibits, and this fair hofcld be patronized by "all. Moore entertained a number f lady friendi one afternoon eek and all .those present repo: njovable time. Among those pi SSk co-me-to handed jhe was assassinated so work.in HarTcy F. Skey, manager of the B of is Ihe dryest of Ibe dry eagle flying at a comparatively, high Delawara and the bird, Great Vrteranfl AsBoclatton, lelt on Saturday for "here lie will be absent three months. Whilst overBess he will vlalt tarlouj Inslitu- tions engaged In tbe manufdcture o( artfHctal limbs, on behalt of the Can- udian Ainputatiou Board. Dr. Thomas Cullen-liaa been ap- pointed lo (ha ProtessorshtiJ of Gync- cology In Iho Johns Hopkins Medical School. Baltimoro, In' succession Iti Dr. Howard Kelly. Dr. Culleu, is the eon ol the late Kev. Thomas Cullen Toronto, well, known fii CanadToii Method Jam. At tho convention, ol the Liberals ot East Algoma, Lieut. Spencer Stover, the son of J. R. Stover, Blind Hiver, and a returned eoldter, upply had all, J raent'm the Tillage oE Hampton to nchers will j the fallen heroes of Darlington town- id kave In 5hlp Is beiug discussed by the muni- I the biff cost now incurred wben it cipaHly. The'coat will be between cornea by rail. 53.000 and JIOOO, H Is estimated... Prnceedlna I Miss Maud Mohan, eldest daughter of Mrs. A. G! Mohan, died following an illness of several months. JIlss Mohan was the first nurse called in to aid President McKinloy when ited. New Chapel Proceeding Work was beejn last week on the last Snd Ward now chapel sear the couit ,orl an house; It has been delayed for a long pres- time because ot the as the Liberal standard-bearer In Ihe approaching Ontario' election. John Wright, ot Thompson'township Is Jhe farmers candidate and Dr. Hobb thu present Tory M. P. P. will also ho in the fleld. WfHEAT PRICES AND COST OF LIVING Western Canada farmers will not h (lissatlslied wilh the minimum pric of set on -wheat hr the Daminlo government provided precautions taken lo soo that if-the wheat Is limalely sold for more the farmers g fhe dlfference'less- (ha actual ban ling charges. 'There herer 'was any good rcaac frny tbe suggested minimum of ihonld haVe been considered. Ti fyplf why tt rafghi hare bee (o (juell the charg tpsde W easlcrncrs: ati-j the Llg Inte of (he cast In.particular, that th farmers of Wealem Canada were nro Steering It price But J215, or even J3.16 pel- bu'sh Wouldn't give niosf fafmors in Alberl and Saskatchewan a profit yea Oter an Immcnso acreage in, Ihe dltltlcls- 'Ihrf Mayor Brown of Medicine Hat, who the moving spirit behind the in- ustrial congress, got the right view- oint when he raid: "1 think after hat we hare heard today that we hould change the name of this" organ-! 410 .countrf.' manils action. To it zation to the agricultural and in- ustrial 'This moVemeot' is Its Infancy. We have commenced omethihg" tfiat' will have its efftct n the future development of the prov- nce, ict 11 depends on the co opera- Ion of the people. The aim 'ot Ihe association should not hs only to attract manufacturers, but to Guild up agriculture as can quite understand that may a cept. If he does, he will sweep all 1) fore him. there benig no do'ubt as his popularity. The ferment among the Ontario Co servatlres is naturally causing .co cern among tho XJnoiu'siJ. If a. pro- vincial convention Is called there is danger that it may hot stop'there, hut may lead to an insistent demand for a convention. IT Ontario takes tliis -attitude, it Is practically certain (hat Uie Conservatives of the Maritime Provinces, Quebec and.Brit- ish Columbia will endorse it." So one can readily see that a little-fire kind- led among BO much hlfianiirta.ble_mater- ial may cause ajierlous 'p'olllicai con- flagration. i The truth Is that developed nn aggresslra.spirit among ihe youth 'and In" pollUcs, de- the policy of watchful wailing is 'ohnoxlous. This element believes that the issues now confronting the country are'of such a vital nature as to call policy of aggressive action, r ft also demands the right to express Itself, It-It does find what it wants In one party ii will acek It in another; hence the recent tendency to'organize new pol- esented with goH watches make room for this change a big sale are enjoying a Yisit tronvthelr motner has been held to reduce tie slock. by the citizens ot Cayuga.v The whose home Is in LogOT, Utah. Mr. P..G; Peterson is also complel- iV party, under Ing a new residence upon the Preshyterian Ladles'. .'Aid, held at the home of Mrs. B. building and Is locat- the east -side 'of the lot served and all present report a Bplcii- as to he preferable for residence urpo'aea to those facing directly on number of friends were present At tho garden party in the court house park, Cayuga, on' the evening of the civic holiday, siz relurnM soW- turned meh Stickle, Charles Ray Wafers; Ed ward Murray, John Wliiams and George Roadea. President Haseldea, ot the Calgary IF Sf AT ELY DIGNITY Is your choice for a nionumeal we aro ready to BUhmit of desJgTis. s Lethbridge 'Monumental 8th StreeV R. Neeii at a shower held in honor of Mrs. H, Taylor (nee Sadie Mercer) at tho home of her mother, on Monday evening. Mrs. Taylor was the recipient of a number" of beautiful and. useful gifts. Mrs. J.A. Mercer baa returned home after spending the summer with, her parents in Idaho. She was accompan- ied by her sister. ho main alreet. Kicked In Face i Mr Wm. Durtoh who recently re- virned from overseas service and who has been at the ranch of, Marsden Bros., at Spring Coulee ..was seriously groups. In con venlion this element asserted itsell in support pi Mackenzie Kinp.' II YOU ARE PLAYING THE GAME-SO ARE WE Your game may be Tennis, Golf, Football, Baseball, Lawn Bowling, our 'RanTfi Is provMing Suitable FOOT- WEAR for any sport you may wish'1-to follow. Ij6t us know your requirements and we wHI supply whftt you need In Footwear for comfort and pleasure In your gariie. ASK TO BE FITTED 3HOE3-FOR ALL AGES W. J, NELSON Go. 620 THIRD AVENUE 30UTH SHERLOCK BUILDING MOOSE J. 'A alder who atrired in the'cltj; yester ay on his way to rislt the drough reas nf Alberta and n being Interviewed on he of the} federal parlla nent said the session .would be a ihor ne, probably lasting not.more than re or sli weeks, and. is primarily for ratification ot tht pea'ce treaty, before the King's proclamation It necessary that the dominions ratify he terms and although England has alined.tnVlrealy the-Emplre still it war. Referring to the War act, his will not come to an end until the King's proclamation is Isined, said Mr. Calder, and It was only due to tbIs jcLthat the government been aole ;o deal with the M Deen done. Irf speakfng of the areas by the drought, Mr. Calder'n'ald the ernment had a lot ot Information, but that he and Jlr. Mclghen watiteJ ,W see for themselves tho exact condit-.. ions prevailing, as recent feport.8 lo him were lhat the situation was not as had as at first represented." VINEYARDS DAMAGED BY HEAT PAHIS, Aug. Stsjons tlarna'ge lo vineyards In the south ol France was reported by the yes- terday as a result ol Ihe heal wave of Iho past week. ALjW. was reported, ttie hottest ID' 20 years. jeing fractured. All possible was done for him by Dr. Pickup and he U ,ported as doing rery well up to date. Mr 'Z W. Jacobs was a at the week-end where he addressed the Mutual' Improvement Associations of our slater town. As a one time resident of'that Ujrlving burg, Mr. Jacobs has many friends there and he is always ready.to assist In the uplift of the community when- er his voice can be raised to lhat The' crop, conditions save on the and. The Toronto Conservatory of Music SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., PrtsidenL A. 8. VOGT, MUS. DOC., Musical Director. The Most Splendidly Appointed School of Miisic 'in the Dominion Refiidence (OF-Younr Wonien Bludenls. Vaiulty Internationa! reputatton. Unrivalled' opportunities (or .the thorough training ot professional, and non-professional students. The Conservatory's Local Examinations in Music, conduced 60- nually throughout Canada, constitute tho most progressive and.-ral-' uaWo standards ot efficiency of any musical (laminations nqW before the Canadian public. Conservatory Year Book! Syllabus, Women's Residency Pimphlel. and Calendar of the Margaret felon School of Eipretfiori sent lo any.address on request.' Irrigated lands are reported as very much similar to our own. Death The foungest child of Mr. and Mrs. .Tno. Newby died on -Saturday and the funeral servfces were held at the resi- uner sr dence of Mr. Jas. Layton on Sunday at 4 p.m. Dp. C. W, charge and the speakers were Misses J Y Card, N. W. Tanner, Pres. b. J. and Up. Hurl. Interment waa in the Cardslon cemetery. The llltlo one was afflicted with (Syaenlerrwnleh la quite prevalent dur- ing this eilreme warm weather. Mr. and Mrs. Newby formerly re- sided at Olenwoodvllle, where they have a wide clrclo of fricndsTbut they moved'into Cardston this spring and in tho homo o( Iho wife's par- ents, Mr. nnd Mra. Jas. l.nyton. Their friends will all sympathize with thnm In their bereavement. 'AIRPLANES PROTECT l QUEBEC FORE3T3 QUEBEC, Aug. torest by airplanes, said 0. C. Plchon In charge 'of the forestry service P Hi o province of Quebec, lias prove; very effective, and, he added, as soo AJI Ibis new syslem proves to bo poft tlve In all regions of the Is understood that It will be cluslvely adopted, life Insurance Began Ln'B Insurance was humanity's "long foil want." Centuries before It, waa Invented the need for H wag felt by buslnegj men. Away back In Iho year 1653 a ipeaker In Ihe British House of Commons "Doth not the wise merchant In every adventure of. give. PART to the REST As soon as the cargoes of tho merchants ot three were assured the need was felt for assurance on the lives ot tbo men "who were responsible for tlio cargoes. The ineurniice-of goods In transit led to the assurance of tbe lives of tho officers respons- ible for the goods. Gradually tho practice of life insurance wan eitended to olhors and at last became day It will Insurance Iff now available, for every man and, woman Is In (normal health. The first llfo, insurance company that was sclCiitfVic was'establlahed In 1762 In London. H Mu- tual Compamy and Is In eilstence today In a thoroughly sound financial condition. Us "prlndptot aro those ot METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE'INSURANCE BUSlNESf IN THE WORLD DISTRICT 20! 8HEBLQCX. ;