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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PA9E LETHBMDGB DAJLTT WIULO THURSDAY, AUGUST Ebe letbbrifcge Deralb OAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MllSlNO COMPANV, LIMITED tit 6th Street South, Lethbndjs f W. A. Buchanan President and Director Tcrranoe SuitnKS Muimse: TELEPHONES fullness Office editorial Office Hembtr Audit Bureau of Circulations Rttej: Dally, delivered, per week .....S .1' Dally. per yesr Ptlly, by mill, per year Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. on the en-ess basis of JD cents per thousaud. Lei '.lie city fix the price, it U pro- posed to charge and publish Then we can talk 01 the meter question with some degree o! Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration catu our authority to continue the sub- Bcriutton. THE PEOPLE HAVE FAITH IN O'CONNOR. new Board of, .Commerce isn't workioE yet out it is being orsanUed, iiith W. F. O'Connor. K.C., as one of "its the' people hare the hope" dial'it will do things that will op helpful to the consumer and bsck (c tie profiteer. O'Connor, when he was high cost livliiE commissioner, made the prof- be exposed .their war profits. The Big Interests couldn't tteld-a'iti'cV that would -humble him. He prodded Ihem alt with his probing today, the names of some of these profiteers can never recover the they loslv through O'Connor's.-, exposure._ p'Cpnnor with a 'free rein, will rnaKe the Board of'Commerce a useful body. The prof- will have to cease profiteering. 'Toil's what the consuming public wnnts done and they have faith In: 0 Connor, because of his past record, tha'.-lie will rip.the exorbitant profits; out of the foodstuff business in Can' .Ma. GOOD THING EARLY AMBITIONS NOT REALIZED. Little children sometimes express ambition to own a candy store. As they grow oiler they pass into the stage where they will only he content with a seat on a throne or the lot of a millionaire. As they advance Iu years they grow. wUer. They loaru that Ae Hie of a Kins a Queen or a mil- Uouaire Is not often as tempting as they.had dreamed in their younger years. The Prince of Wales, if he lives, may be Kins of England. Just now he is in Canada and to follow press reports It is easy to conclude that he is being as hard worked as any work ins mac. It is much easier to handle a pick and shovel, or wield a pen al an accountant's desk, or sell goods over the counter, than to go through ail the ceremony of meeting peouie, at tending functions, listening to ad dresses and replying to them. Thi Prince's life is made up of ceremon les of this character. It is not merel; in Canada that the days.are spent fron morning until lato at night, represent ing the throne and all that it means but at home in Britain, the Prince like htB royal parents and brother and sisters.- .is -continuously on ti move. -Mnch-to be preferred is quiet, life, the lot o the average Britisher, than a plac on the throne. And so oftentime with tile nian'.of millions. Money doe not always "mean comfort and.peac and happiness; rather it is accompa led by worry, abuse and unhappines a moral in it all. Let us b content .'.with the smaller things life, and' probably we will all-be ha pier. Anyway seats on thrones a- limited to the few, end great wealth' also. Taber, AHa.. Aug. 20, 1919. dnor Lothbridga Herald, Lethbridge, Alta. Dear Sir: The special article to the erald yesterday from Taber, slat UB that efforts were made by the tficials ot the O. B. U. to stir up ostilitv between Ihe- Jocal br-inch C the O. W. V. A. and the Inwrna- tonal Organizers, by charges that recula is an alien enemy brought in the States, is, Insofar as it rc- to the Veterans, absolutely 1 may slate, as President of his branch! Ih'at no repiescntations f the k'.r.d mentioned or 61- any ther hinds were made -by O. p. U. tficials lo this G. W. V. A.( lior has his association taken any action of ny kind whatever during the recent abor troubles, but has maintained, an attitude of the strictest neutrality. Your articlo gives the impression hat tho Great War-Veterans Bra a plastic bunch which can be call- ed on to stir up trouble on behalf ol whichever side puts up the best ar gument.'This branch of the G. W. V and 1 believe all other branches stand on neutral ground, concernei only to keep the peace, as veterans who know by actual experience th ghastliness ot warfare and the hor rors of bloody conflict. We are unal tcrably coppsed to Iho deaplcabl treachery and loathsomeness associat ed with the Russian brand of Bolshe- vism, and we are foes to the ver thought ot it and the strongest oppon ents to it's growth la Canada, an well wo know it's sources, it's slim trail of blood and filth, the 'ultimat aim of its vile intrigues, and th foul effects of its teachings. We ar also acquainted, with the breed wh propagate Bolshevist doctrines., an we blame the Government for th freedom which has. been allowed t the disciple of sedition .and treach- ery, of which they made such full use .while we were overseas fighting for true democracy. On the other hand the plutocrats IF CARRIED OUT WOULD LOSS OTTAWA, Avs. offldll noWieitlon hu reached the of trade and commerce of the fixina o( the price to be paid for wheat Imported to Oreit Britain by the Brltlih wheat com- tnlMlon. A London cable tMs morning said a maximum of per buihel for Canadian wheat had been decided uporj. This, with the fixed Initial prici of to Cana- dian by the Canadian wheit board of control, would mean a serious financial loss to be adjusted. It Is expected that official explanation will be forth- coming shortly, y. L RICKED UP IN SS1NG FOK BDBT MAN Washington. Aug. dations of the association of railway executives for relurn of the railroads to private operation under couditfons that will Insure adequate revenues maximum service to the public were aid before the house of commons on inter-state and foreign commerce to- day by Thomas N. Dewitt Cuyler, chairman of the association. Congress under the plan, would direct the Inter- state commerce commission "to ap- prove rates which will enabe the rail- roaas to bo self-sustaining." Tho rate regulating aulhorily to bo vested in Ihe central commission and regional sub-commlastons. There would be no guarantee of income or. dividends by the government. Broad regulatory powers would bo vested federal Iransportattou board to be created as a coordinate body with the inter- state commerce commission. This board, to bo composed of three com- Bilssloners, appointed by Ihe president would be charged with general over- ________ sight of transportation from the point (Fmra Our Uf ths public Interest. It would re- Horliculniral Show Cancelled End of the Strike Death An evangelist in New.York was sent to jail. "He had seven livfng wives. He must bare-; been short on conscience.' Tho proposed drouth insurance seems worth considering. We insure how against hail, fire and tor- nadoes, arid-why drouth? JHE-POLITICAL -SITUATION IN ONTARIO Sir Wm. Hearst, Ontario's premier, Hs travelling a hard road these: daya, A. provincial election Is close at1 'hand'and'bpposiUon !s not only strong from the Liberals and; farmers, but in: khc Conservative party itself. Con-. 'Ssrvatlre members are calling for a convention, and Eome-of them .openly- declare they want to oust the pre- mier' element Is: antl-prohibi- tionial, and they doa't like a .leader is in sympathy with prohibl-: tloii. Advocacy of i'tjo make, the travelling hard for -Hearst'and Rowell. -The discontent- led' Tories-favor Sir Adam Beck for :the leadership. Sir Adam is a power 'in Ontario. His fight for public own- 'erchip has placed him in the front .rank'iand that he is a great Influ- >nce is -'established by his recent sue- Sessesi In .defeating the advocates of ownership Hamilton and Ouelph The public ownership senti- ment is growing, and if Beck was with public ownership featured .as the big issue, It difficult ,to defeat'him; fhe_'-ynifed.Farmers are lo be reck- 'oned 'wjth in Ontario. They are al- who raise deprecatory hands and hor- rified eyebrows as they demand that Bo'.shev'ism be stamped -while countenancing the evils .which causa Bolshevism, need expect no assist- ance from Iho so-called "returned so'dier." The men from "over there" recognize the real issue at stake Those issues, notwithstanding all camouflage, resolve themselves sim ply into "Canadianism TABER, Aug. Saturday eve- ning, August 9, Mrs. Elliabeth Green and Mr. Frank Eibel were united in narriage at the former's residenco by the Rev. A, C. Bryan. The happy couple were 'sponsored by Mr. Horton Layton and Mrs. Helen Chalmers. The Taber school board is still shy several teachers, resignations having been received recenllv from Miss Hall, Miss McCammon, Jllss Lacostc and one or two others. -Mr. Ross Powell, formerly of the Taber school staff, has been appointed principal of the Coleman school and has left already to assume hla position. He will have under him eight teachers. The annual horticultural show, nounced for August 20th, has been can celled owing to the dry year and othe causes. We regret this exceedinglj as our neighbor has the finest tqmu toes and vegetables going.and we our selves would be hard -to beat out I the wede :had. planned a cups and Ap ma___ _..... stltute, trie promoter of this important resume the exhibi- leve tho inter-slate commerce com- mission of all- functions except rate egulation, valuation ani accounting. By way of financial relief to Ihe roads upon resumption of private oper- ation, it was advocated that their in- debtedness to the government on ac- count of capital expenditure during the period of government control be fixed for 10 years. It can be said for Andrew Carne- gie that he lived to a great old age and no domestic scandal ever was linked vrtth.his name. That is .spine- ,khat unusual' with American .million-; aireY and. is .worth mentioning.. v To bath or not to bath will be th'e question if the city commissioners set the minimum water allowance under meters-at-too low a figure. Gideon Kutlle, of Klpley. Ii the Un- ited Farmers candidate iu West Bruce. Branlford coal dealers have ad- vanced coal from }12 to a tea. There Is to be a shake up In the Que- bec cabinet Tho United Farmers of Ontario will contest tha three ridings of Welling- ton county for tho Ontario leglslit'ire. North Norfolk farmers nominated Geo. D. aovrell, of Townsead town- ship, tor Iho Ontario Legislature. Rev. Francis J. McMurray, pastor of Ihe Catholic church, oC St. John tho Baptist, at St. John, N. B., Is dead. Tho St. Thomas city council has dismissed J. 'A. McDonald, supcrln tendent of Iho gas works. The Prince of Wales, it has been an. nouncod, will review veterans and present mora than 100 war decor- ations during his visit to Toronto. Ceorge P. Comrlo, aged 30, of Lily, field, Man., died at Winnipeg from in- juries received when his automobile overturned. Mason Risch Last for Life SlLVBR-l'bATED goods look well (while they last) but solid silver always wears the same. So with pianos. Lots of varnish will make a piano look good, but what's under- neath? You never have to guess or worry with a MASON RISCH Let us tell you how easy we'll make the terms. Ask for Style Booklet. RlSCH, 1M1EO Calmora! Block "Tho Home of the Victrola" of the .silver ______ red Such iart from our 'Eeltish interest in .the liter, we'lru'st'.tjiat (he Women's In- Bolshe vism" ami we are as strongly opposed to the conditions which cause Bol- hevlsm ns wo are to Bolshevism it- self. We have but recently returned rom scenes and surroundings wfcer? Ihe truest spirit of Canadianism is everlastingly recorded on the-humblo crosses that mark pur dead comrades' jraves. Canada need have po-fear for the actions of her' repatriated Citi Kindly give, this the sane publicity as was given the other article, and is suffering from tho. heat. It says that the new Liberal'.leader-was chosen by Lord Shaughnessy and -Lord" Beaverbrook. The Telegram has a glorious imagin- ation. There is really no need for it to have a telegraphic service. Jt-hss best'clothesline service in exist- tion neit'-year. We can assureVthe efforts 'in the past have done much-to stimulate horticul- ture andv appearance of ,the town..' We have accused in a recent sue of the Tab'el'-Ti'mes of knocking IB Agricultnrar'Falr. We deny dhe i gentle "I m.peach'ni'eht; Our past hews udgels -will show'that we have given aber and..the Taber Fair more free costing ,tp3n any ptlie'r newspaper in Iberta.; wKpSowever, to point ut that there" is a fllrHrence between varl of two newly-married couples who had given the public the slip tho day of their wedding. However, though the IJberala have not yet demonstrat- ed, we gather that they are all en- tirely satisfied with the selection of the new chieftain. The fact that he Is a young man of marked ability and high 'character and an expert on tho labor question is a passport in the west, Mr. J. Harper Prowse and Mr. ana Mrs. B. R. Vlckery and family are spending well-earned -holidays at Proc- tor BC., while Mr. and -Mrs. Alex. Campbell and family and Miss Mar- well are camping at Waterton Lakes. Among those who have already re- turned from holidays are Mr. and Mrs. -R. Anderson and family, Dr. G. B. Rose and family, Mr. and .Mrs. T. B White and family, and Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Bryan and family. Miss Plait, of Seattle, is visiting oblige, -.Yours truly; THOS. SOTDDON, Branch, O. W. V. A. 'PEG T. AND L. COUNCIL NOT TO CHANGE POLICY Tbs Toronto Telegram says Hon. W. S- Fielding was the big Interests indlaate !for'.tbe! Liberal leadership. Then when Mr. Fielding failed to land the Job It lints-ifr. KinE up with: the big "Interest's; One thing is cer- tain, the '.Telegram' was the tool of the big interests In 1911. A London" Times" heading over a dispatch' from Canada reads: iready' a political influence, nearly-starving." That's splen- thrci trs-clcclions recently ,X Conservative paper lately admit- ,ted that they, were likely to carry; twenty five seats in the forthcoming 'election.: 'if they succeeded In doing so, they would hold the balance .power in Ontario. of did isn't it? George Hoad- Is to demand for the calling of a'sp.ectal session of the legislature was the reason for patch: "Friend Hoadley is much of an alarmist..-; If-he a statesman he should think a-few times before he cpuaks. WINNIPEG, Aug. hi no change in policy by the member. of the Trades and Labor Counct executive elected Tuesday night, A G: Cowley, ntwiy-elected president, an nounced today. "Our only policy .will be'to folio be lines of legitimate' labor endeavo with a little more pep. We' are goin o work harder n.t-the business of 0' ;anizing and consolidating the presen irganizatlon. We will try to organlz ivery branch of workers In the city Our efforts will be largely polttlca t will be the ballot which will brin us what we want." Mr. Cowley, it is expected, will b ippolntcd local organizer for" th American Federation of Labor. R. i also an American Federation Labor organizer, will be probabl transferred to another field. Detectives investigating food, was report 20 carloads of spoiled fruit I Omaha, Neb_ railway yards. NAME THE PRICE FOR -METERED WATER The city commissioners made out 'a very good case In favor of water at the Tuesday evening meet- 'ing. -But they would have made a bet- Impression had they been able to tellus just what we would be asked to pay for water under the metering jcheme. That's the weak point of Hhetr appeal to the burgesses. Naturally .people are mainly inter 'eatetl in knowing just how much water Mrs. E. n. Talnter and her pay their debts; take a lively interest representative was HUL In'the''school, hospital and other mu- are glad that the rhmer'- la "likely to cipaUrnatlera, ond have shown ad- Quebec is still bitter. At Three Rivers Hon. Jacques Bureau, Liberal wos supporting a municipal ticket in a red hot elec lion. Just at this lime Sir Itobt Bor- den drifted into Thrte Rivers, and Mr. Bureau, knowing the prime min- ister well, assisted In his entertain- ment. This was used in the campaign against the Bitreau ticket, and so strong was the feeling against the "jhey are going to get for a stated t won. mount under the now scheme. cannot expect ther people to vote blindly on the question. 'Let the commissioners set a fair then the people can figure themselves. 't figures tentatively mentioned by Meech placing tho B; at 2433 gallons for }2 'In a fpn'r-roomed house, with i per thousand gallons for ex appears to us somewhat low, Cer- talnly, compared with our present con- snmptlon.estlniated at.109 gallons per capita per day It Ij loV If we take the 'figure of 109 gallons per capita per dlrHs" correct, the ordinary house three people would use the Vropoaed minimum of 2433 gallons In 'about eight For the remainder wnth they would be paying prime minister, the anti-Bureaultes BITRO PHOSPHATE FOR tHfNiPEUCATE NEfiVdUS.ANAEMIC A PEOPLE Shoe Fitting is an Art Study of which is best carried out in a store specializing in shoes. Men, or Children In need of will set more of wh'at pay for in SERVICE by getting their requirements at a store specializing In Our whole lime Is spent studying shoes, shoe markets, the feet and what will fit them best, therefore you get belter for your money. We carry width AA to EEE and know how to fit them, ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR 'ALL AGE--) W. j; NELSON Co. THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING mocking the fair and.making a kindly aggeatlon as to next year's program, nd we feel sure that the directors t the fair would be the last persons o want their inslituUon treated as above, critlcism-.and re- entlng InS'suggestjins of its friends. Tho best is as''a result free and full discussion. That is he spirit of democracy, lats then, please, or we scared stiff and our usefulness be at an end. We are glad to learn that the Agricultural Society contemplates a swimming pool or some such for the roung people of the town. The ChautBUqua Our third has passer! into history. The attendance, while not fully up to the mart of.previous rears, was excellent considering the nausplcious season and .shows what a grip this institution lias-upon tbo, community. While the. music as a whole.fell, somewhat.belowHhe high standard-of the addresses were never better, it-would be hard to beat'Glee Frank; Dr.. Ray, JIIss Lowe and Miss fascinat- ing and instructive, speakers, andjhe others "were not far behind. We would like to whlsier In the ear of .Mr. Stearn, the general mannger, that we regret that there was not a little more Canadian complexion' about the pro- gram'and especially that, the military representative was. not Canadian.' We he remedied we.hope that the gentleman'Tk'ill-not thlnk-we are "knocWns.'." -While the guaran- tors will have to cdrne across with a considerablo and'' that .after working hard to Chautaiitiiia success, .we are pleased to know that hey dlt! not take the arons Millionaires; and .that they ere ready, once .again, to. enter' Into t for the. return of Hhe Cbau- A new. dGparture this year as the securing ot some SO, persons back up the guarantors by pledging lemselves each to be responsible next car for tho salo of 10 adult Uckels r their equivalents. Aronson. 13 'Miss Flcsher, ic Junior popu- ar and will be welcomed back should hoy bo returned at any subsequent erlod. Arising out of Miss Flesher's work among the juniors.has come tho islabllshment of a Playgrounds Asso :iatlon, with Gou'.d as chair man. The purpose ot tho association s to secure Iwo or three suitable play rounds, furnish Ihom with equlpmen and supervise- and foster tho play o Ihe children of the lown. At a meet ng of the association held on .Monday evening last II was decided to con tine activities, for the present to thi Tsbsr school grounds. Jllss Ruseel X.n. -MeKellar and Mrs. .Walke were appointed a commlllec to tak charge of tho supervision of tho on the school grounds, and Messrs B. T. Wcstlake, It. Anderson ani 0 Vayro, a committee to act with Ih officers of the C. S. B. T. lo sccur a competent physical instructor fo the C..S; K. T. and C. O. work Greet Newly.Married Couple It was not tho Liberals celebratln the elevation of Mr, W. U Hackenz King to tho leadership of the part that caused all the din on Monda her Charlotte Plait. Jlaster John McKay, of spending part oE his holidays Hugh Bryan. A, B. Danforth and Mrs. Wra. Mewhinney have returned recently from three months' tho coast. bene fited in health by their trip. The fire hall Is receiving extensive alterations. Henceforth the town sec- retary will he housed under its roof. We congratulate .Miss Irma Mewhin- ney on passing successfully her Grade XL exams. A Good Record "The results of the Grade VUI. exams show that IS out of the 20 No more scholars writing from the Taber Mhool shall be passed. This is a very creditable re- cord for-both teacher and scholars. On -'Sunday a couple of Addition caught fire and were destroyed. the" End of tho Strike -voice of the dinkey en- gine plying between Taber and the Is again heard in tbo land. strike is it cries. "Come away, -dig coal, dig coal! At Rock Springs the mine has been running for' nearly, two .weeks with its fun'c'onipleffleht of men.' And In the .men.are. signing up 'this -week.and. going back to work n a'body.-.We.unassrfltanil that men refused .work thus far have been Direct cable communication between the United States; and China and Si- beria has been restored tho Commer- cial Cable company announces. The Toronto Board of Coulrol re- jected the proposal to spend on decorating the city streets In honor of the Prince of Wales. It Is expected that the sreat Inter- Church movement will be deferred In order that the government Peace Loan may have the right at way. Canon Billiard C. Dixon has sub milted his resignation as rector o Lit'.le Trinity Church, King slree east, Toronto. Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, tho new Liberal Leader, may run in Glengarr} 3nt., and tho farmers will oppose nil if he does. A. E. O'Leary, ex-President of th Toronto Trades and Labor-Council, I sued a writ against James Simpson claiming damages, for charge made against him. A family moving from Kansas I Ohio left "their dog with a nelghbo .Miss IJollo McLachlan, aged 31, daughter of Mrs. Isabolle >k- achlan; succumbed, tho first London Ictim of the sleeping sickness. Gold ingots to the value of 00 sterling have been recovered by alvngcrs of the former Whlto Star )omlnion liner Laurentic, which was unk January 2S, 1017, off i'asad Light. A. n. Fawcett, editor and proprlo- or of tho Burks Falls Arrow, anil ounder ot tne .Fleshcrlon Advance, died recently, aged 60 yeacrs. About, thirty years ago ho went to Streetar ville, where he published a paper for a few years. He subsequently went to Toronto Junction, and some ten or wtlve years ago to Burks Falls. Ho also owned the Thorntjury Herald for a time. the-officers of the local union. W trust the operators will reconsider thi: Bight weeks after it reached Ohi having walked the SOO miles. Ford plant at Kearney, N. probably be completed by Nov. 1, whoa men'will be" employed, with an output of 750 cara daily. A prominent Toronto'abaltoir man stated that the price of leather would drop much lower, and that thero had been no Justification for the high prices In the past. The breaking of the bow-line of the steamer Aztec or Buffalo, eastbound, in Lock 17 ot the Cornwall Canal, tore out two sets of gates in that lock and caused the loss of at least one life. John R. Folsetter, former reeve of Ayr, Ont.. is dead. For the last ten years-he had teen Manager of the Ayr branch of the Standard RE'.iance Mortgage Corporation, in which he was a heavy, stockholder and deben- ture holder. The 'failure .of this com- pany'rio d6ubt7hasteneii his end.' LleuLCol. Frederick Mor.delet'Gaud- el C. Mi G.. has'been appointed airec- for'of piiblld safety "of. Montreal. Lieut.- Cot.'Gaudel'.raised :tho fainous {FrenbhCnhSdian) Battalion and took 'if overseas: After service with his battalion it the Oaudet, whr- prevloiia to tho war had been In-'chargi tlo'n. -Generosity In.the'hour of -vie rable control of'their men through- the. .There, .has been no olenca ,or .dlslujbance ,o( any kind, hey are, men worth keeping In Iho mmunlly. Should they be forced out only-means that more radical and .is intelligent'men will replace them, eneroslty, good-will are- hat Ui'e third partner in coal roinjng of.both peratprs.and employees at, the pres nt lime.' We lake this occasion lo express on The name ot W. J. MacLeod of the Penitentiary al Prince Albert, Bask., is mentioned us a linely successor. to liohert n. Crclghlon ns Warden of Ontario Penitentiary nt Portsmouth, tho latter being transferred fo the Justice Department at Ottawa. Mr. MacLeod was formerly on the staff of the Portsmouth 'Institution, He Is a brolhcr-ln-iaw of Superintendent of Penitentiaries, W. S, Hughes, Ottawa. A Western brigadier-general is ment- ioned as successor to Mr. MacLeod at Prince Albert. ihalf ot all our citizens their Indcbt- dness to the manager and. officials f the Canada West mine for keeping ie electric light plant In operation iroughout the strike. It has been one nl the cost-of no little Incon- entcncc and hardship and we appro- late the service rendered UB. Death of Mrs. Vankloy On Sunday evening, August 17lh, al o'clock, Johanna 1'oppen, beloved vlfe of Jlr. Herbert Vankley, passed way, her death resulting from kidney Complications succeeding confinement. The deceased was married on February oth, and came with her husband rom Sioux Centre, Iowa, to Tnber In OH, She leaves behind her to mourn her loss her husband and five chil- dren, Floyd, 14 years; Harriet, -11 years; Angelyn, elgnl years; Albert, hroe years, and the baby. Also n 'other, four sisters and three brothers. A short service was held at the home on Monday at G p.m. and was conduct- ed by tho Itev. A. C, Dryan. The was then brought Into town and on Tuesday morning was placed on board Hie eastern train for the old home al Sioux Centre, where It will be Interred. The remains were ac- companied by the bereaved husband and sorrowing family It Is Mr. Van klcy's Intention to remain east for some time, ns he has rented his placo right, August lllh, hut Just a chari' to his brother, Mr. Andrew Vankley. In Any Any Time Coca Cola is drink'to serve, pleasant surprise to those who orinl: it for the first heartily -welcome to those who know its deliciouaness. Ita pure, pleasing, thirst -quenching coolness renews enjoyment in a suffi- cient and vhole- manner, How Life Insurance Began LIKB insurance was humanity's "long felt wnnt." Centuries before It was Invented- the need for it was felt by business Away' back in the year 1558 a speaker In tho British House of Commons salt! "doth not Ihe wiac merchant in every advjnture of danger jive PART to have the REST asjuredf" As Boon as the cargoes' of tho merchants of those days assured the need was felt for assurance on the lives 'of the men were responsible for the cargoes. The Insurance of goods In transit led to the assurance of tho lives of the officers respons- ible for tho'goods. Gradually tho practice ot life Insurance was: cilendeu to olhers nml at lost became, some day It wiH'bo universal. LIto Insurance Is now available, for. every man and woman who Is In normal health. Tho first life Insurance- -company was scientific was established In 1762 in London. K was a Mu- tual Company 'and Is In existence today In a thoroughly icund financial condition, its principles aro those of METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD 'DISTRICT OFFICES SHI RLOCK.II.OCK ;