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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 9 LETHBMBGE DAILY SATURDAY, AUGUST DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers .THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED (23 6th Street South, LethbridB' W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director Jehn Torrante business Manager TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Member Audit Bureau or Circulations Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week .....J Dally, delivered, per year T.a'J Daily, by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year called upon Congress lo make the declarMion. On our part wo ad-j mired tbe fiue svirit ot service that characterized the U. S. press through- out the I'nited States' participa- tion in tho great struggle. H Is not tlie press ot the I'nitod Slates ihnt boosts it kvou the war. Tho press is intelligent aud knows and says that the war was won by the united elforts o! the liberty-loving people of the world. Yo'l are only iu for d few hours. You have seen much o! Western Canada during your trip, but we ted satisfied that Leibhridge will impress you as an enterprises dry with great resources about it and a promising future ahead of it. ORGANIZED LABOR AND THE EXTREMISTS Ki llrowne. deposed secretary ot District Nn. IS. U. -M. of A., whose activities on behalf o! _the O. B. U. and sovletism in Alberta has brought hint mto disrepute in organized labor circles, has issued a statement In Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.05 which he vvails loudly that "every Dates of eipiry ol subscriptions ap- pear dallv on address label Accept- ol papers after eiplration date Is our authority to continue tha sub- icripUon. LEVilERIDGE GLAD TO GREET THE AMERICAN EDITORS 'The National Editorial Association, Svbicb..vvas us.lor a. few hours jkfs .morning, ,is an influential body. Ail nevvBpaper organizations naturally are influential: Newspapers, wh'ile damned by everybody when they say Vila: they feel to be in the public interest, art a necessity of modern A -world without newspapers would iie like the Balkans without a very unusual sort of rrorld.. _ .The men we have with us today 'are the men who mould oirnton, who either make or destroy the politically ambitious, vhat he did, but nevertheless the whole trend, of his activities dur Ing the past year have been directly aimed at ultimately overthrowing the established govoiniment and consti-j supervise the reception of-'- the' -ruin tution of tie Dominion for which-so ma'uy; workers, fought -and died. Uroyfne iriayibeiSirtcere.-but.hia meth- -EOt labor eader. his 'leadership 'with sVeJ'ih the Canadian Labor t AIIIJU st, oad er-'r J "Labor's -Obligation- in- 'the Present ray thlnfc as he- does. Newspaper? are not tools, to be used to suit the pur pose.of individuals, but .properties more or le s a publf possession, eirsl InST to ihe news aa'd'to influ ence public opinion along what consider the most helpful course. Lethbridge greets its visitors, wltb a true appreciation of their influence What-we have we want them to see .We are. not ashamed ot our city "or oar' surrounding country. It is drouth year, but the editors Trill see in the irrigated district what tbe toi fof Southern Alberta can produce Witt- a sufficiency-of moisture. When we a. fair amount of rainfall, th dry lands produce abund- antly.: Fifty million bashels of grain bave 'been moved off the Lethbridge iUvisiod of the C.P.R. in a good year. In-1916-the average-per acre yield of fjf, Sbuftiern Alberta eiceeded. that ol any other country in ine world. What has happened in the past in good crops will happen again. Oar Ameri- can friends know the history of Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, and the Dakotas, and will admit that .our future, even though setbacks pccur once ra a while Is bright of the -jepcrt- of Jaaiistiial- Relations Commis- JQII i seenisi ,io...prove that- the. sen- iment ol (he Is cwith Labur collective bargaining, .and the-right 6 organize in trade unions. These :ondittpn3'.are. admitted in the major- ty report "ul i'uv Mathers Commission, mi if there are to be legitimate con- cessions to Labor, both industry the general public have a right Then we have coal 11 .the: greatest domestic 'coal prodWir-g The mines, four or be in viewsot the demand soiled ecorynilc teaching from ,abor leaders. The crying need of Canada today is increased 'production. 3nly by ihe creation of new wealth can the "Dominion recover from the strain of five years of -war and cor- rect the present economic, situation The democracy which preaches the rights of the individual should also insist upon individual responsibility lo the.-community. It is right tint Labor should'havs a reasonable work ing'day at more than a living wage that it should have assurance agains unemployment, time for recreation, am decent housing conditions. But in return Labor is under .obligation -to the slate to render efficient service to give its best .workmanship, to pro duce to tbe maximum, and to employ constitutional methods in the con duct of it; particular activilles. "Labor must be divorced from I.W.W. and.BoUbeTist Influences. The leadership of thougblfurworkers rnns be restored." The Labo Congress'to be held in'September wi' be a critical event. In Toronto, Win- nipeg, Vancouver and Ca'gary, Red influences attempt to dominate the, local councils.- If such influences con-' trot.the Trades and "Labor Congress, efforts to create a better' understanding" and more thor- ough cooperation between employers and employees through the medium of the Industrial Is promised within Ihe next few weeks, can hardly succeed. Its success de- pends upon the reasonable Canadian workers, and.if their leaders refuse to participate in such a con- ference zs local councils refused to appear before the Hoyal Commission on Industrial Relations, harmany can- not be restored in the industrial field and Labor will merit the. condemna- tion of public." Arrangements Made at Board of Sleeting For Large Delegation HAVMOND' Aug. Raymond will be represented sirens at the mass mectiriB Wednesday night for tlie Hon. Arthur Mcighcn, minister of the in- terior. At im enthusiastic meeting ot tlie board of trade hist night it was lously agreed that the best way w tlio minister that Raymond has faith in irrigation and more of it was to atiend the Lelh- brUlge meeting in a body. The committee appointed to ar- range for cars and to boost the LetK- liridgi; trip consists ot Manager Spat- ford, of the Standard Hank; Mayor Puck. T. J. O'Brietl. Mr. llangin'and n. M. Powellson. The board figure on no less ihan fifty making the trip It was also agreed-to invite-Mr Meiglien to where a recep- tion would be tendered him and a tour of the district ma'd.e. Mayor L Pack. Prcs. L. D. King of the boarmed me, with that genuinely French araitii. The greeting 1 have, been ac- orded on this, my visit to the ly of Quebec assurer mo of Its his- irlc and everlasting loyalty, and it ill give we pride and ell my fp.iher. the King, that this elcome was given me wilh no small; r cordiality than that tni n various occasions. -I thank you for the too flattering .ention you have- made of the niod- st part 1 may have played lit the errlble war in wlilch Hies scored so glorious or hich greeted Edivard in I860 and His Majors and our victory. NIL'S StUIVM aw ,'hiie was serving with Iho Canadian roops in France. I was able to see the admlrabla conduct ot the 22nd atlallon, formed in this province. I m happily on this occasion to state my adrniralion for the bravery ot your ompatrlots, demonslrated on mauy ccasions during the great struggle. I is a genuine pleasure for me, gentlt nen, to get acquainted for the first ime in your own country win me descendants of those valorous Frencb.- ien, who, first of all, brought to icse shores the blessing ot Christian- ty and civilization and wuo, while till keeping the customs, laws and re- igion of their forefathers, have be- come since 6ver a century the loyal subjects of the British crown. I think that the last halt century that has passed since the confederation of the Canadian provinces has demonstrated forever the sagacity of the policy by which there are united the two Can- adian races. Wo owe the success of this wise policy to your own slaUs- men, Lalontaine, Cartler and Laur er, no less'than wu'owo U to the states- men of'the other provinces. I am fair- ly convinced that an era of long and glorious prosperity is about to open tor the great nation born of this union nd forever united io (be other great Fuel oil is eipecleii to replace coal In many Xevr England cotton mills in the near future. Jersey City will Issue bonds for buying food from the Gov- ernment and selling at cut" rales. A four-year-old boy at Marlon. 0., died front eating a peanut three weeks ago. The kernel lodged In bU throat. Geo. Eastman, president of Iho Eastman Kodak Co.; will bulM a motion picture theatre in Rochester, N. f. A Shamokln, Pa., firm is suing the unions for damages for a strike which lias tied its plant up for three months. Moon Hollow is the name given lo the spot where tho boundaries, of three states York, Ver- mont and Massachusetts. The penguins of the Antarctic re- gion lire, the most human ot all the bird family, walking upright and liv- ing in communities, quite unafraid of man. Moose Jaw ratepayers favor con- tinuing tho ward system In the elec- tion of its atderuien. A-bylaw to abol- ish rvarOs was submitted (o a ple-bis- cite and defeated. James M.A., ut present In- spector of schools for Glace Uay, N. S.. has been chosen by tha Keglna public school board tor the. olDce ot superintendent of public schools there. P. S. Hill, president ol tho Ameri- can Tobacco Co., says, "As long as present labor conditions continue the price of cigarettes will continue to go up." Completion ot tho work ot eitsr palliating the mosquito on the Dola- waro. river marshland will make available tor productive uses S.OOO acres, valued at j Lieut. X. J. Symons, who lell the chair ot assistant professor of philosophy and lecturer In psychol- ogy and loslc at Queen's university in go overseas has returned. A heap of sausages on a steamer coming Into Sen Francisco looked so toothsome that a customs Inspector lifted one to admire it. Altogether they contained worth ot opium. A Boston Jeweler has made a gold- handled penknife with two steel blades, which is only throe thirty- seconds of an inch long, and would pass through the eye of an ordinary- sized darning needle. nations'ot the British Empire. lit 4 centre in Canada five of them wi .yisitors.: These mines supply- Al- berta and a "great part ot Saskatc'ns- Vran with fuel, and aa-our" country- develops, coal areas, yet untouched, will create new mines around this Cll) Lethbridse, as tbe editors will see, Is a modern city. We hare every con 'VCnience. On the bald prairie, we have up a cily wilh trees, parks ant boulevards, rarely excelled in this western country. We believe In our .city and Its future and so we build on a [irul foundation. We want Lelh- bridge to be a pleasant,, and we believe that is -what it( already. The wah has drawn the neighboring Hc-publlc and Canada much closer'to- gether. Our men have fought wlth_ :lhe sons ot Uncle Sam on.n, common battleground for a common cause an'd the friendship created-in France be cemented on of. Iho American Continent, where 'as distinct we no the greatest Anglo-baxon democracfc.a tof tbe elrttf The American press, (rlth few eicepfJons, was with .us In the war from Ire beginning. It ad- our part and appreciated the achievements of our army. H was not ;-Men like have? no :concep tion of duty to the country or com munlty. They have faoatl cismiwhich leads-themv to- exlreme .and no ;remlst is a good leader. One ol the troubles in Russia la tha it bas'a plethora of money-that won' buy anything. It's a ssd slate of at Jabinet Council Meets This Af lernoon to Consider Legis- lation For Session OTTAWA. Aug.' Robert Bordeu, who met the Prince of Wales at St. John and accompanled-blrn to Halifax, Charlottetown and -.Quebec arrived in-the capital at noon'. today Sir Robert is still suffering from the His Royal Highness ledges Addresses of Quebec City and Province QUEBEC, Aug. Quebec oday tendered'its homage to the bel; apparent of'the British throne. The econd day of His Hoynl Highness the >rince of Wales' -visit to the old cradle o! new France opened under glorious auspices Throngs lined the streets and ;horoughfares and not since the days o? Quebec's tercennary celebration has the city seen such tremendous, enthusiastic crowds. Quebec, as a piid It; .re- spects to the prince at a reception which was tendered-the royal party at the legislative building. Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, the lieuten- ant-governor of, the province, attend, ed the reception, as did also Sir Lomer Couin, premier of Quebec, and the A Pennsylvania farmer is building a circular barn. It will have 45 stalls, with running water light where every animal can get it whanover it desires. A Los Angeles man didn't want [o take lib savings ot 5215 with him on a fishing trip, so he hid it In an old shoe. His brother sent the shoe to a repair man. A Dallas, Tex., man has a whole grocery store mounted on a motor truck and takes a complete stock of household supplies to the very doors of his customers. Mistaking the hair on an eight- year-old boy's head tfor a mad dog he had driven into the basement of a house, a Wausan. Wis., policeman shot and killed the lad. v While a bunch' of bananas was be- ing unpacked at P. Gerace's store In Oshawa, a huge specimen of the deadly tarantula made its appear- ance and was captured alive. It measures sir inches in length.' A coroner's jury silting at Hunts- vllle exonerated Ernest Ward, of Cnaf- ley township, of the charge of crim- inal carelessness'or (r.tent in the shooting of John Prince. i B. Cora Hind of tho Winnipeg' Free Press, writing ot the crops in tho Brandon district, says: The Bran- d'ori wheat crop is a great disappoint- ment. It has suffered severely from both heat and rust and It !a not'poaa- Ible to decide which has done the greater amount of harm. On July 17 a conservative estimate ot the yield .would have 25 to 21 bushels; to- day I do not think tho average oi tho whole'Branrion district will run much over 12, and the sample is decidedly below normal. Word was received by the provin- cial police at Swift Current of tho finding of the body of Robert Jleen- ekcr, who farmed between Cabrl and Gull Lake, after having been latsslng from his farm for 12 days. The body was found in a clump of hushes In a badly decomposed condition, sur- rounded by chewing gum wrappers It is thought there may have been poison in the chewing gum and tho stomach was forwarded to liegina for examination. No'marks of any kind were found on what is left of the body. W pride ourselves on our prompl, Bervlce. We waut you for a customer. Over Records to choose from. Mail orders promptly filled, postage prepaid, every record insured breakage. Write page catalogue. Balmoral Block "Tha Home of tho VlclroIt- Official award of the military1 medal to Pte. S. Seroonian, a U rant ford Ar- menian, lias been received. The amalgamation ot the Gray- Dort Motor Cmopany, liinltedr with the William Gray-CarapbeH company, limited, for thu purpose of increasing Iho production of Gray-Dori cars has been How life Insurance Began 1FB Insurance was humanity's "long felt want." Cenfurlcs I before it was invented the need for it was felt by business men. Away back in the year 1559 a speaker in the British House ol Commons "Doth not the wise merchant in every adventure of danger give PART to have the REST As soon as tho cargoes ot the merchants ot thoce flays were assured the need was felt for assurance on the lives of the men who were responsible for. the cargoes. Tho insurance of goods In transit led to the assurance of the lives ot tho officers reapons- ible tor the goods. Gradually the practice ot life Insurance was extended to others and nt last became day it will ho universal, Life insurance Is now available, for every man ami woman who is'In normal health. The first life imniranco company that was scientific was established !n 17G2 in London. H wna a Mu- tual' Company, and, is in, existence today in a thoroughly sound financial, cqndltlcal.. Its jrrinclples: ore 'those' of METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT "OFFICES 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK CHURCH NOTICES members cf his cabinet. At 10.30 H. n. H. lhe Prince ot Wales entered the parliament build- GIT UVUKFL IS DULl llulll IIJD ettects ot his- fall .at Halifax ana Ing. He was greeted at .the door by moves around with considerable dif- Sir Charles Fflzpatrlck, Sir Lomer Gouin, members of both houses and iculty. On the arrival of his train he pro- ceeded to his home, but will attend an important meeting.of the cabinet council this afternoon. From now on the cabinet will have to devote considerable attention to preparation of the.legislation for tlie special session of parliament, which the mayor and city council. The prince was escorted to the dais of president of the legislative, council. Sir Lomer Gouin th'en read his ad- dress in the name of the people of Quebec province. T The prince replied In French. Then. came the reading of fieraid Fays Macfcen- King a miser. Nobody wotflrl claim that-Sir Kohert Borden had thejbetter of tb'e new Liberal leader in that resjHct.' opens on Monday, 1. Th'e gov- mayor's address on behalf of the clly ernmeut's chief task Is to decide and citizens ol Quebec. This nd what orders-in-council passed under the War Measures Act it will be neces- sary or desirable lo keep 'in force after th? formal proclamation of peace. The various government 'Jdepart- menls have already indicated the measures which they, desire main In force for a '.line at least, and these will embodied In a schedule attached1 to a bill which will be Introduced as soon .as. hate on Ibe address .has been con eluded. Wer in Its praise pleased The We read and United States 'press moulded opinion and was Iho 'great- factor- In bringing; the- United Into the war. tlhe war il wis And 'when In the men and Edmonton, proposes to present Its address of welcome to the Prince o[ Wales., on' a coyote skin. Probably His Royal Highness would knight Mayor Hardle if the Lethbridge address was made short enough lo be recorded on a gopher hide. Ban on importation ot potash into :he U. S. from Germany has been lift- dress, ,as well as that pf the province, was read both in French and English After the reading of the speech by Mayor Lavlgueur, His lioyal, High ness thanked the citizens for their cordial welcome; This morning early-tie-Prince o Wales was the guest at a short receji lion tendered him by tho officials o University. AVIATORS'TURN UP SAN DIEGO, Calif., 'Aug. tenants WAterhouao- and Connelly who have been missing since Wcdnea day afternoon ami. for whom the wa department has initiated a vlgorou search, have been There Is no doubt that there has been harm done to Southern Alberta by drouth reports which were c gefalc'd. On Ihis part of the country Is going to get aloiig fairly well. But there la going to be need for some relli! nevertheless. Tliere la no good 16 be'gained by overemphasiz- ing tho other way cither. if from tht moment President 'jne' Samuel. Conn, a farmer of West by hang- LADIES' WEAR- We have some lines In" a number of sizes which we are clear- Ing at 20% off of regular prices. These will give you a wonderfully goorl shoo lo finish the season with and till bad weather starts. This will help beat the high cost of walking. ASK BE FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AGES. W.J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOuVrl SHERLOCK BUILDINO W. ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church 11in Aw- Canon W. V. McMlllin. B.A, Rtctor oming Prayer, o'clock, evening Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. oly Communion 1st, 3rd and pin Sundays, 8 a.m., 2nd and 4th at 11 o'clock service. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave, and Bth Street South METHODIST Wesley Chprch Rev. E. CraBB, B. D., Reildence 320 llth St S. VAi Church Study Claude Hushet, Mui. Director Union'Serylcea with Knrix rresbyier- ian -church for July and August, August morning aervlco In Wesley, evening service, in Knox, v.sDdi'conducted by-Rev. Chas, "CragB. Bib' 12.10 p.m. ev. Canon J. E. Murrell-Wrlght, M.A., Rector. oly Communion: 'First and Third Sundays at 8 a.m.; lorning Service at 11. Jo Evening Services. Irst three Sundays in August, ser- vices taken by Rev. O. Isaac, fourth Sunday; Ucv.S.-Ripper. Rector's Street. Vancouver. BAPTIST Firet Baptist Church Corner Sth Street and 3rd Ave, S. Rev. F. W. Difoe, B.A., Pastor Mr. B. Jones, Director of Choir THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH Services at 11 a.m. Subject: "The Tears of Jesus." School and Dible, Clans 12.15. Evening Service at 7.30.. Subject: Tour of the Everybody Welcome, THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE PRESBYTEH1AN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th-3treet S. Rev. Cant. A. H. t, F. Layton, organUt and.choir leader During July and August Knoi and Wesley ser- vices In August services jn Wesley church II a.m., and at 7.30 p.m. 10 a.m.: Sunday SchobJ. 11 a.m.: Klnderfiaiten and Beginners' iiepartmenl. Rev, E. J, Hodglnj, B.A., t271 Sth Ave. N. Phone 165' Choir Loader, Mrs. F. Jackson. 10 a.m.; Junior choir practice. 10 Boys' Dept. ot tho Sunda School in the Hall. 11 a.m., morning service. 2 o'clock, lieginners.and Primary de- partments ot the Sunday School In the Hall. 2 o'clock, Girls' Dci.l. of the Sunday Sghool In tho Church. 3.15, Adult Dept. of the- H. S. In tho Church. 7.15: Song Service. 1.30: Bventng Service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCItiNCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th I. Sunday at 11 B.m. SuWccl: "Mind.' Sunday School convenes nt tbe cloaa ol tbe Sunday morning service. Wnlntuay Cvinlng, TwUmooj tag it t The reading open flfcrty eept Bundaya and legal holidays, from to 5 p.m. where tho Blblo and author- Christian Scienee jo read, borrowed or purchaied. public cordtallr tnrlted to it- the church icrrlcM, to visit tbe reading room. THE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Cor. 2nd Ave. >rfd 5tti St 9. Moose Hall Hlgtnbotham Block Sunday at 11 a.m., Breaking of Broad. Sunday at 7.30 p.m., The Good News. Wednesday and Friday at 8 p.m. WHO SO UESPI8ETH THE WORD SHALL BE DESTROYED, BUT HE THAT FEARETH THE COMMAND. WENT SHALL BE REWARDED. A Hearty Welcome Tfl All CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE.. (Undenominational) Baptist Church, 3rd Ave. 6; Next meeting Sunday, Sept. 7, X p.m Speaker: "The Man With a Smile.' Watch for further announcement. ST. MARY'S CHURCH North -Lethbrldge Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Song, 7.30 o'clock. No Sunday School or Dlbte Class dur. Ing. August; Hev. Stanley C. Hipper, .517 12th St A North. 'f fr 4 NOTICE MInlaiers are reminded thai church riollces should bo hand. etl In before six o'clock Friday fr: {Q, ensure Insertion, as lhln paper goes lo presa early Sat- urday morning. Christian Church Oliver L. Pastof 3rd Ave, ind 8th Biblo Scnool, 10.30; i'reachlng, 11.30, horning Subject: "A Surprise at Naz- areth." Christian Endeavor, 6.45j Preaching, 7.30. Kircning Typical Jew Converts a Typical Gentile." Baptismal services at evening service. SALVATION ARM! Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton, C.O. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and. p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Saturday, S.OO PoBlio Meetings, A'KD FOREIGN MISSION'' 13th Str'eet'N6rth, Sunday Services: o'clock; Kvfmlng, 7.4s. Tuesday nnd Thursday at-8 o'clock Wclcomt ;