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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta letbbrtooe Detalb DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY. LIMITED South, "4 A. Byehinan President aid llanisiBS'Dlreclw "Win Torranc. rusluesi Min.se stratoj that raw are avail- able for their operMions. li may bi ,bai not a siugla luanufuflurlng Con- cern will be started as the rilroc'. re- sult ot the gathering. I Vet the coufereuw cannot- bo- pro- uounced a failure because such tanif iblo result! do uot fol- low. Through II Iho latent Industrial ro- soarces of the Province been brought within the vlpw of FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 101? TELEPHONES Business Office "Editorial Office men engaged iu manufacturing' else- where, and an opportunity to how rapidly ihe gro'Vlh of In Ihe Is creating a oarktfL for ihe things which could be manufactured hen.-. That the confer- ence has iiircompllshed something to- ward puitlng Liberia on liie map as I a field for fuiiiro industrial euter- cannot be doubted. 122-ii Indusu-iM development does not 10 a commuulty in n rush, Thero is a limit to the possibility of hnsten- An Extremely Hot New omen's 110VY ISLAND, Aug. SO-Bow Is Ikuia and district greatly, that Mr. 1'atieriou, -who has prlncl- I pal of our public school hero Soiiile to leave Vr son has m'aile P lA llCKED UP IN MASSING FOH THE BUSY 1JAN us now. Mr. lor htaselt is a limit to the po-lbility sou as ing its coming. The creation of new irlonds bs o, luo s 'the, schoo 1 ou i ing its coming. e creaon o new factories In a. new field involves 'the, schoo transfer or capital from regions where school. The good hes ot all go with Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rales: Daily, delivered, per week Dillr, delivered. per year Dtlly. by msil, per year Weekly, by mail, per year lj. by mall, uer year ransfer or capital from regions where school. e goo ery local Interest seeks to tWsln 11. him In his w ork to existence !n Alberla ire naces- soun sary. As the vac.nt land ot the, Prov- eaou8h w se j I Hie- U ce lemained vacant until an active, thul there i will nm mmigration policy convinced: people j ciade by the e roso ,o Ihe older portions of I Sunda> the c j Dates of expiry ap- pear daily on nddress Accept- aice of papers afier tiplraUoa date B onr authority the" unsettled -conditions of the. iyoridV markers: and'also lo the JiJJng.'Jt. .remains'. true, the world Is nol pro- ucing not B: keen, lo'bead to Hie Dri'A. E.'Taylor." chief of sar- nie" A'mencanr" Rest Room. There were members present- and two visitors. The re-ular routine work of the meeting Micing completed as there was no pro- -ram Ihe meetins adjoura- Mter this the members went down o A. E. Browning's ice cream, parlor and hid ionie ice cream. Mrs. Jeefes ot SL Catherines, OnL, who has been visiting'ln Calgary, ar- rival here last week to spend some lime with her slaer, Mrs. Whllfield, south of lown. Mrs Faulkner and daughter, of --Jorden, Manitoba, who have heen on a holiday ni'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howlen, left for their home on ilon- and 51 re. W. Mathers, formerly abuse. Thirdly, there has been no at tempt directly or indirectly, on the part of the officials of the Miners' Un- ion, to stir up Ihe G. W. V. A. against the International or its organizers. The whole dlspalch simmers dowi to a case of big cry and no wool. Al Ihe miners' meeting on Monday Messrs. Houston and Grccula, Ihe In leruatlo-jal organizers, were given a hearing and in relurn were told somo wholesome truths about Ihe Internal ional and Its shortcomings, and wera heckled a bit In blunt British fashion. But to call that incitement to mob rilory, Una ui-i, ________nnaila Icr- headquarters at Koresl fires in Montana arc again ry serloui. The fire chlela' convention decided approach tho governments about nslons for flrcmeu. T 'i Potatoes hav? propped price at eglna within two' wecis per A to Btoiv all lor YO years filiJ lo deport all aliens ho ivlllulrevr their first papers lo scapo military service during (be was Introduced In tho U. S ouse of representatives, Justice of the Fence Hunter oE 'ronlenac county bad before him Ivo cases oE Farmers charged by Iu Iieclor Publow with supplying water d uillk lo chceso ractorlos. Four lave been fiucd and costs and 1 Klh will receive a similar "loucu." A tralnlopd of young men, number ng bctirecu oDO and 900. belonging o dUteren', of tbe district, and wbo were leaving for Ihe wcsl to work on tbo farms durlug Iho harvest, created A serious disturbance ou the and also robbing and pillaging in Hirer DC Ixmp, Quo., ouo shop be- ing rcMoved o( 5300.. At St. Andre de Kamourasta they set Mro lo (he station. Harvesting la well under way la ILo Swirl Current section, and, %vhlle the unprecedented drought lu June and July was successful lu coavort bumper prdsyccl Into n verj yield, tho results on the whole peg. has been selected to lako cbarce of Salvation Army work in Sweden. rule O. B etc., is drawing mi- 'this 'al, place t" 4tK6r "cifyj mother DomiDion, Thft -'en courage m en L will -b6 undfrr :1he.'soperrisioh of- a 'SpecFalis In, this" wort; in the' playground thV deriTed thorefron be free I? all children. The es .V penscs will borne by Loca .f Council oi Women as an organlza lion. cannol lay loo rauch stress In Ihcse days on tbe value ol physical development. It Ukes Us place ajong ioental deTelopment. Neither homb-'tironi, Codr -of Uivesll Ration oI'European goes to ie' heart, qt lie problem ia this tp.rse "'ttfieyireat .delect- -flf. -'cenlral in-.Europe '.as -a .olrproduc-- Islnoltrc- -unemployed men i arc .drawing ont-ol-jyork; stipends. pro-, "gdiicliTity. niarj.be -nn-" scarcity bf'cqalj ibaterial; Jood; foiifth, nc- fifth, dls- .oh-lhS part ot labor; sixth. IOES of "initiative and enterprise on the parl of Idleness results' in loss of prpfric- 1 lloTvanfl .loss of production causes famine and Bolshevism. If the world would forget a lot ot imaginary Ilia arising out, of Ibe war and go to worX in real earnest, the ._------r------ piesent causes of industrial unrest can be neglectedJ.f.lhe child Is to EMa t given Its just duo to become a good I_________ tilizen. The public schools of the city President Marnocb says 11 la dry in recognized 'spring when' ar- bare happened to r an o[ Bon- island, but now ot were week'end -guest with Mr- and Irs -S. G. JamlCEon. Olqulst St. MiS3 M. Calder, of the Union Bank tail left ou Saturday (or her vaca- V. M. Gilbert returned from amp nl Elk Waler Lafce on Satur- day and took charge o[ the service on Sunday night. Ion. Mr. rangements were mails for a grealer ...place, for games and supervised, play in Ihe dally schedule. But the schools cannot do it all. and the campaign of 1 the Local Council of Women Is very timely. Money will be needed to carry on the n-ork. It is hoped lo get Ihe pro- gram in good working shape by nexl sprifc though a 'elarl'Jisi already call public .cannot afford, lo .orerjook opporliinjty 'the'.-Qommunily. grounds_ plan provides In 'caring for the chliaren. Jounny et al! The civic authorities might set a esample and'gei rid oMbe weeds in-Menderson.Part-There is about the best crop of Russian Thistle m the country seen In Henderson Par} inis year. LLllLiaj Mrs. D. Byams and Marjone spenl Ihe week enil al the tome of her par- ents. Mr. and-Mrs.. Hprlbut, Herber SL. and on her return tome her mother .accompanied her to Epeni a couple ot days. Mr. and Mrs. W- C. .Currle and Irene Island TiSllors on Saiurday. MSss Cnesr leather, was' also in town' wilh them. Mr. and 3Irs. W. C- OliTer, Frankic and relurned from camp al Elk '.y-ter-lale on Monday-' They re- port having had a splendid two weeks' holiday. Mre.'Grlgsby, who has been on a visit ivilh relatives at LetUbrldge re- turned home loday, 20th. Miss Oaldwell, ot Holtoc. Out, and racmler ol'th'e I'ublic School staff Woodbrldge, OnL, left for.her home day. She has heen on a trip to the asl and has spent the past few days th her cousin, Jlr. Arthur Mack. Jlr Gerald Dulraaze led this morn S for the east. He will visit nl Mr LOOK'S in North nakfffa and u to Cliicnso U'htfn tie ivill be joiasJ r his uncle on the trip to Florida Jlrs. Frank Reams and ra'mily, who ave ucon rpendinE 'a few weeks in filicide' Hat returned home OB Mor. .Mr. and Mrs. K. E..ThomMon avinK -How Island 'alter ierera cars rcsldente here. A1 Southern Alberta farmer tells o land, kbich. sold at JlO'an acre In 4 Iielni; sold at an acre irrigated farm. In tbat cas irriEBtion water was worth 5590 an RESULTS' It'Is.'generaljy Admitted lhal.ihe re> cent conference In Alberla wlll''nave.'arbinetlclal effect In call- If Melghen leaves belh briilge. nexl Wednesday night, wilhou a. very-definite Impression of the un anlmily- and sincoritr of 'our dem'an for Irrigation extension the people ...D Attention :6f ilnanclew and luanuta'cliirerg Ip the splendid natural resources" of: the" p'rrivinco, aril) ILal' much- good, wiil, eventually .coroe' out ot lh6 undchnklng One of the' Im- Is thai we naVc 'iiflO our mlnd3 turned to tho reeds o! liiaklng a (borough Burter vl the prov- ince-. In" order-lo learn iUst'what-our natural'resourced-In tho way of raw and the provincial jov- i cniinjn't; Aojr .has a' department al. thlfi EiperlinenlatlOA wo can-talk'con- it liiduitrlal poEslblllKca rround work. IE I m portant. Tti Edmoifon IJulfelfn makes Borne comments on tlie mulls'of the Induitrlal when It says: Alberta will not he forthwith Irans- (ormeil from A .farming country lo a region of great manufacturing has been held'here. do. not spring dp a Bowlrit. ot after-dinner, speechei, nor do they iieceiaarlly c'onlc Into prompt uxht- cnce whtn II it scientifically denion- will have failed! 1'orie of the most duties lha ever lay before them. And tbe way gire the jmpreaslon'that'ls neccsha la to make next Wednesday night mass meeting the greatest ever he ITT the city. ruie, uiajj-i. warrantaaly en the imaginaloln and misrepresenting the fads. We feel strocely like placing tbe mob rule slujit on the organizers them- clves When a man like John Gre- culii. a stranger, a Slav. Ihe ciUzcn of another nation, gels .up on the plat- form and tells returned Canadian sold- iers lhal.lher' rannol gel work in Can- ada al their old occupation ol mining unless they sign up wilu an organiza- tion, that "has iUjhetdouarters and officers in'anolhencijunlry. Well, It ia sheer erfro'ntcr'y "and a plain pro- vocation to personal assault. We mar- vel at the patience and restraint of ir relumed soldier miners present. In closing TTC would like ask a queslion or two of Ihese organizers, or of whoever can give ihe answer: "Why Is it that the officials ot tha Miners Union -who are not 0- D. U. officials -who have kept their men -well In hand durlng'lhe who tbemselve are'steady, experience! workmen 'why Is'It these men hav been blacklisted so that Ihey canno gtl .work in any ot Ihe mines around s it due (o iiic spito of the Internat- onal oreanlzers, or to.the action of he operators, or of the. government? And is BUch'a blackllst- ng course fair and sensible and likely o-'promote greater cordiality on Ihe part ot labor for capital? .-UI3 ILblUUILI.? ILtLC. Jletsrs.' A.-D. Itolfe, A. F. Werts, C amleson and C. Cunle. motore wanl militarism, but n regard tor dis- cipline and order and the spirit of duty (hat ensures llie Ideals we stand for and have fought for. All I ask for Is that the returned otflcers and men should work loselher lo Ihls end, and unlto In service for the common Demonstration for Currle At Iho conclusion of his speech, Gen. Currie was cheered again and again. Iho applause turning Into a personal demonstration led by the returned soldiers, that became a re- markable ono. At a reception tendered Gen. Cumo ,a the grounds of Ino old Khaki Club quarters. Dorchester street, this after- noon, v.-hlch attended by veterans, the general addressed the athering, after repeated requests for speech, ns follows: "I am very happy to he here this fternoon. You know me well enough o appreciate that I am not a speaker nor a politician seeking an oppor- unlty lo get a vote. 1 ilo not know vhat yoa wonld re.-lly like me lo say, but the welcome I have rscelved in Montreal nnd the'reception tccdrred me Ihls afternoon makes this event one ot the happiest in my life. Slick Together In .Civil Life "Nobody knows better than you boys, that any success.with which my name -has been associated lias been won for mo by you In Ihe field. The Canadian corps was one big machine and It was Ihe spirit cf co-operalion that won for us success. If there are any problems lo be confronted In Canada or any difficulties to be overcome, the only way to meet then s by standing together again, and It we stuck by ono another in the field we can do Ihe same In civil life. We re all' comrades here; as we were 11 comrades Ihcre. HI; Million in Life "The rest ol my life, so far as jm able, will be devoted first lo help ng the widows and orphans of ihos who are" nol coming back. (Cliecrs. nexl to helping you boys eiposed your" bodies 33 a'livinK bu wark-against "he''dangers th'at threa ened llhe world. You me who made-for-Canada her.placo as nation, and you arc the men lo when Canada ow.03 tbe greatest debt do not know what your problems BT whether you have been able to ge employers ar prepared la take you back, and If yo aro-getting inore money than bctorf hut when I become familiar .wllh all these things-1 shall not hesitate lo ancak and speak very plainly.-' 1 have on MoWtter a spade a -.p.... When are turning out considerably bclte than was Rnticlpated a week or tw ago. In many from sove to fifteen bushels will bo harvested that previously were counted as fro: three, to six. Exchange Ytur Piano M ANY pianos biro gone Vdead" In (he hopie. be- cauEQ those who played iliem have left- -Eichanga lor MASON A RISCH PLAYER PIANO and have all the want. music you Style nooklel Free. Easy .terms arranged. -Call or write today. RISCH; UHIHD Ef.l-cnl BlooX Home .of Ihl Vlolroll' Mrs. John Poirier, of Magog, celebrated the 101st anniveJoiiy of LOT birth. rconllnued- from Front Page.) Evil Spirit Abroad "One thing." said Gen. CUrrie, "I hoiie-ycu officers firo all continuing your Interest In the organization o our militia. firmly believe tha Ihere are Influences at work In Canada which are Irying'lo lamper wllh the good spirit, tlio palriotlsm'an.1 loyalt) of Ihe returned soldiers. Thecc sin Get your Viclrola now and be prepared for tho summer's fun- Viclrolas from ?34.00 up. We Invilo yon lo corns In our store and hear tho following Records: CJSH When You Look iu the Heart of a. H050 ____ Sung bv John McCpmiack Ralnbow'Divi'sioiV March ---by Pryor's Band Spirit 'of Independence March Convvay's Band Out of Iho East Fox Trot. Joseph C. Smith's Orcheslra HalnV Day For Trot ____ Joseph C. Orchestra Oh Susie. Behave Medley One-Step Van EPS Trio Monte Crlsto Medley-Fox Trot.... Van EPS Trio Lullaby Dlues American Quartette When the Tlees Make Honey Dowu-in Sunny Alobam By Irving and Jnck Koufmau Sorter Miss You Frances Alda IE559 1S5S1 1S556 15563 .ascm BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. ODD. Mr. and Jlrs. Harding have Iheir on with them on a holiday. Mr..'Anloine Gregoire relurned rora Jlediclnc Hat on Friday last. He as heen under treatment at the hos- ilal there tor some -weeks. Jlr. Claude JamleaoD motored lo Lclhhridge on Friday last. BELLEVUE ITEMS [From Our Own Correspnndenl Aug. Jlr. E. C, McDonald came to camp on Monday I before going earl for a much needed: rest Two.men-were taken .in by thn on Saturday, suspected of be- ing cc-nne.clcil with a raee wliere a man was badly beaten.up on Friday. They, arc up for tral on Saturday. are.on bail o! SZ05 cacb. a number of Bellevue people In IhVChailliiuQiia at TJlalraiore, ivhich ended on Monday. Jim Jiurrows went to hl3 home in Columbia Hardens, U. C., on Friday lasl. [he hopes ol 0111 dountfy'ls the re- lumed soldier and' they are Irving lo win him from his present high ideals. The relations between 'officers and men al Ihe front were .of the happiest and they went o'vi'r" Into top nnd took] their chances and I would deprecali! slrongly'anylhlng.-lhal would tend Ic break this' happy relation. "1 want the officers rjowlo interest themselves In thefwelfnre of the men Jnat as much did at the front. I hoiie the regimental affiliations will e maintained andlin .any -dangers or ifficuliies lhal hope id tjclieVe lhal w'frcari.lrUBl lhat the Kiccrs orps.will bo.found. Jlghilng side'by a man 'was gooil I promoled him, If I could, and If not good I fired, him." The Ieiv closing Iho gen era! .were drowned 'by .three cheers and' a followed by ihe "singing of "For- Ilo's a Jdlly'Gbotl to llie'accbmpanlment'ot which the-gcn tral made hit way lo his car, cheering again breaking oul as ihe auto moved Your Feet are Your Best Friend Why do you nol Ircal them properly? Relieve thai Irritation from continual strain of standing or walking on hard floors, nnd sidewalks, nemove the callouses from -the bottoms, toes or heels by proper treatment and a permanent one. If you have these troubles the only reasons for It Is weak or failed r-.rchea and Improperly filled shoes. V.'e lire qualified to relieve" and can correct the trouble by Scholl's inelhcKl of Foot relief an'l a pilr of nroucrly filled carried In all widths AA'lo EBB. We know how. .Wo do. not seals. Delore leaving the grounds, (len Currie.wenl and sal wllh n numbc of veterans from SI. Anne's Hosplta whose Injuries made It Impossible fo Ihem lo mingle wllh the crowd. Tli general shook hands with each man nn he passed through Ihe rows of Bring to your own home ill that Is best in music in the moat desirable form. The World's Created: Artiste arc ilwftyt ready tp entertain you. 90 cents for 10-inch, double-sided ani-DoughboT TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AOES 0 TrilRO-AVENUt'sodlfrJ SHERLOCK O'JILDINQ flow life Insurance Began 1KB Insu'ranec "was Juipanily's'''-long felt I belori; Inveij.led Ihii need fpr.lt was felt hy business, Away hack'in'ilio year 165D a speaker In the Commons "Dotli nol the wise merchanl.In advenlure of danger give PART (o the REST aituredl" As noon as the cargoes of (ho merchants of Ihoce days were assured Ihe need waB foil for assurance on Iho lives of tho men who were responsible for Ihe cargoes. Tho Insurance of ,goods In IranMt led lo Iho .assurance ol tho lives of the officers respons- ible for Ihe goods, Gradually lie pracllce of life Insurance was extended lo others nnd became gtneral-some day It will he uisivenal. Life Insurance il now available, for every man and woman who li In normal hcaUh. The first life Insurance company (hat Rclcnllflc man cslabllshed ln'1762 In I-omWn. U'was a lual Is (odny In ft Ihoroughly jound financial tHndplca are Ihosc. of LIFE INsilftArfCE BUltyESS'.i.N THE.WO.RLD Bu the Shidow ofHUWlngi McDooild 316K3 That Tumble-down Shick In Oh! Willie Eckjteln'i Strand Trio llurmah Trot (Glte md Forever Blowing Willie Strand Trio 2I6M1 Red Seal Records I yoce GiKI-Curcl Ptarl'of BrMll-Cnarminl Olieau MibelGarrbon 7IH1 hiaflnejlra (T.nor) Glovinnl Martlnelll Orpheus Ballet' PhlUdelphta Orchatm 74M7 Tie J Seal Records al Grcatly-ReducedCatalog Prices Hear them at any "His i Master's Voice" dealers by Berliner Co., Limited Montreal Sell Victor .Records' The Willis Piano Co. 707 TrllRD AVENUE SOUTH ;