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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE T.ETHBRIDGE HEKAtP MONDAY. AUGUST She-.. Ibevalb letbbrftge, Blbetta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBR1DGE 'PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street Bouts.-Lelribrlcljf W. A. Buchanan Piutident and Managing Director ithn Torrance Business Minage TELEPHONES Buclntu bfflce fdltorUl Office Member Audit BurMu of Circulations Subscription Rates: Dully, delivered, week .-I -V delivered, pef year Daily, by mailj, per year 6.0 Weekly, by mail, per year WeeMy, by mail, per year to V-s- apparently took a chanco on the senti- ment ot loyalrf produced by rrta- ilonsh'p taking ibc risk in the great- er hope of maliius tha United States part of the English coustitutnoy. it lost sight otjhe fact that tbe people, with a itallutira .of he great wealth and. power of Its ouitycy and its.people, a nation'with Inhabitants, would, scarcely. irook this forni of reunion. a "nation of 40.000.000 it evidenced the aciMhai the people of Oreat Uritain UTS' nut ''.it, the YWId has become far grater than ent. Changing ihe metaphor, they did not realUe tbat the prowess o! the .ail waging ihe dog js uoi an tin- natural 11 Is easy to see what actuatM the roen who reprasenled the BrltisVem- plre.' As a-result- o! tlie war they were annexing mosl-of Africa and a large part of addition'to se- curing thai-portion of..Asla IBey bail bee.njn.possession beforf the war. as well as in'alntstalng their, uo- fnlnion pf_th? sea. ..They honeslly de- sired, a' rapvrochment America? bat coulii lu- duc'e1 H, eicfeiH Ih'e tasis of.the aliTlude-X'rrilch; thi as sumecf 'a.posilign ot 'There is scarcely any sta'te In ihe'TJnion which will not cogipare -itish-isianrts'dr jiny of that basis. OELEGAIIIO Wiiht Irrigation in That District For Municipal Hospital (Frf-tfi Our Own HlSCHBR CREEK. Aug. light have been a very serious ident occurred hete last evening bout 7 p. in. Jack Kelly was return ng from his pasture after having riven bis horses there with'his auto Yhen ceailng the Fergus ew block had a head-on collision, vrltl the iiies. Dates of expiry ot subscriptions ap peir daily on address label. Accept anca of papers, after expiration dat ...--------0--..- Is our authority to continue the sub tbe British calmly write into th rcripllon. '---------L---------'------------------..... should have 43 votes in the league, ye HOW IS IT DONE ACROSS THE LINE. Tbe slate legislature .of Montana las set its'seal of approval on a bill providing lor" tho expenditure of tor tbe extension of irriga- Hcn-'WltblD its borders of the state. The federal government has already [pent -.more, than in recls.- and the farmers are clamoring for furtber ex- tensions. Alberta, just' across Ihe bonier ;isuid heed Ihis slrong irrigation movement-In Montana. For if r this province lags Ihe develop- ment of Its immense irrigation' possi biiilies. Montana will grow al our ei Conditions in Montana and Southern Alberta are practically ident ical.- Montinans.realize the possiblll ties, and their state'government is not lagging fluty. Montana.furnlsh- 'ea an example'of co-operation between locaVaDd federal governments, which; the people of Southern Alberta would like to1 see emulated -here. i league thb provision lhat tbe colonies ince they ,are self-governing, shal have one vote each. On'Lhe sam >asis of reasoning, Minnesota shouh have a .vole in .the league, yet Minne- sota is merged in the other states o he Union, which ere also self-govern pg.. One vote for America, one vote vote 'or tbe British XatnralljVtiat apneals_'to a certai class of AmeirTcans. butMt doesn't gai mich'favor, in. othfr Th Mianieapoils Tribune which t carriec th'e Washington dispatch quoted-ahov safis in it: 55'Sir. t'xidgo spring now b amendment to the leagu coveitnt. demanding tie same uum representatives in Ihe leagu lie Uniled Slates as th nother car driven byjir. KelKr. Th? xplosion from] the Impact was like hat of a grand salute.of 100 (juns "ortuuately no one was hurl, bu car was badly smashed up an: Ceifer's was lillle the worse, save rout wheel uiadsiulomalshwsod; Th accident was one of those which hap pens in a second-and'difficult fo ac count for. Ono thing certain is iha ast driving through' thepublte street should be put as mor serious accidents are sura lo occur i greater caution. Is not uscu.. Want Municipal Hospital The report that tie handsome ne residence -of Mr. Tim Labetls .wa rarchased for a hospital by the He erend Sisters' of Kermarto.. founded. So io' aut get a movelon'and agilate; foi- niunlcipnl' bqspilaL -At present th town and; dlstriA is by Ih Jlerabrial -hospital, wnfch don splendid .the Son' African war. If con be secured as Ihei beginning of Ibe new municipal institution itxwouiu" be good move as it wVild give i !ew service before a new hospital co jld be erected. HarVesling Proceeds There Is qnlte a little harvesting going on around herb and threshing but the crop are poor. Mr. Cameron of. the Haygrowers is In Manitoba sizing up the bay situa tiou. A large number of cattle are being ot a and a broken Jaw. lie was rushed, down tn? Gilt hospital where he rerciifd ever.r Al Hie time o! writing he 'was reported IaTcr" K.' C. Cransloun'-has lust ord from ihst he has. ppointcd a Public. W. L. Cody. Ihe new vnu- pil. Is now is "the viilase s hovse In order. Ue fxpscts odr to arriTS tomorrow. School will reopen bere on Tuesdai, ept.-.2nd and it Is eipeded lhat all he will a lull attendance Hotfmau, who has slaying r some time lu the States, K) to his (arm here (or the harvest. fJobleford'a population is iovrej-slng ipMly. During Ibis week haveAO nnounce two The lucty athers belnx Mr. Kilpatrick. whose :He presented htm wilh a bonny boy, velgblng eight and one-half pounds. i Wednesday night and'on Thursday jprntnt Mr. Ruble's wife present ed hto wild boy. Bothers sons-are doing we 11. C. S. Xobie was a business visitor Wednesday. ilCKED UP IN FORTHK fcCSY UAN 1 Vnifca.j Vu The Merchants Bank of Canada have decided to make the Monarch ottice a sub-office of Xobleford and-only open t two days' a week." Mr. Kilpatrlck ha manager at Nobleford. will be lu charge of both offices from now on. The .water sysrem and service of. Yorktoti is.being" extended. applicatiitis for divorce have een filed la the supreme ourt durlug the past 'month. J, H. Taylor has been appointed ecrctary-treesurer ot IKe1 y of Oakland, Mau. .memorial monument to 'bJ on service during tie J'te. (Samuel Varuon Adehead. son of Mr. uml B. died al the Mountviek hospital, Calgary. The' establishment of consolidated school's al Kane and Myrtle, -Man., has been by boards of arbl- Canadian Oliver Chilled 110' Limited, of Rcgina, Sask., has been Incorporated with a capital of British Empire may .be allowed have! This ma.tter of repfesentatio has been-aiscusied froin the first an Rammi. UL uclue no to ms'_ old and butot thecouniry..The upon changing the of be is irrl 1 .to representation R SENATOR t-ODGE AND THE-T-cSGUE OF NATIONS Polilical .jockeying over the' raliti ff.ticn of tbe peace Irealv and the ac ceplance of tue League of Nations echeme one 01 the interesting feat ares ot life jaat'at pres ent.'" II is moslly political, too. Tbe Republican; have set themselves to make life miseVable for President Wit- covenant in regard, .tn represe either in the "ajsembly" or It is true aifMr Lodge s propo itfon snggests tbat (JVeat Imlain ha fue [Imes'tbe representation in Wr accorded itne United Stale and under certain possibilities might hare times the repre entation ra Ihe council but we do not believe there Is sutficieni apprehension about the disparity of 'British and American rep resentalioriT to cause rhi latQ hour proposition lo be regarded wilh favor ThereVare. serious, substantial, moBidcations or re enration tc be meorpOTited in the re olulion ol ratification bnt until now nob6dy has proposed ripping up tbe basis of "representation by appealing to r-ilrai'al prido and-Jealously. As a matter 6f iacl the backbone of the ptiou aiid.a deputation is b'eing-fonn ed to interview.the Hpn, Mr. Meighen when in or as to the irrigation scheme Much dissatis 'action ts in" evidence among tho cattle men as to the difficulty'of get cattle put on the! forest reserve [orthe summer season. Some change in the pre ent sy.tem is greatly to bo desired, a number holding the view that the government should fence thi reserve In bbcks of o 10 35 and 21 sections, provide Serds.Rnd ficlent per head of stock pa'Btujed sr lhat everjone dVsinng graimg migh have a fair show is it Is now x: fev. ranchers in of th Ve erve have a monojioiv much to th delnment of a Jarge number o I bp asked to en partnership The Prince ot Wales is Showing (bat n record cntjer t'-s trsc meaning cf U'emocra'cy Rubbing shoulder enter Into a parinOrSQip or-Hallon3 I .which ma> involve Ihe lives til Its clt -the; Canadians-at the ffoot -wai good -icene. its future Iti all ontrl Iralning .vole, while the British-Bmpire shrill _______' Thls'poinMrtld SHVtun.e are' Ihe a good rmpre, -soresl point in the entire league cove with-the American editors. Ttiey will nant.' They arp far-reaching andi-go-horrte 'with' a vastly changer] Idea fundamental. popslbilHIes ot their ,_ Britain's six neighbor the league are due to the fact that' dominions of the jEiinpIre have each heen-given repre I lientation along with one accorded the. BHtlsh lelei. This "seems'toThave L. the Ire of U dge who ipftad-eagles a little wlicn lie argues f Bnf'fhe dlplomat'o, who met M Parts, realising the presidential del J egfte-fo Peace desired trt bring back a 'league of natlDiui apparently decided that this was a good time to bring back tbe relHionshlp formerly exlstiog be iweetl Ihe branrhea of the Fns1 IpeaVfng people, but' under which wdqld place the united :SUteaona par with Ih'e.British domln- lone The argument that the British coforileiMhoutd a vote In the jeMue council was baaed on the fact thibthe Bfillsli dominion? are self-, governing "The Hrltish government fFmm Oiir Own CprrMpondcnH Satur aj afternoon Ihe Women B Inslitule f the District 'leld a mietfiig lo say arewell lo and Mrs: S. Burns "who ha cled as president (it "the ince it commenced'here. The rnee ng whis h6ld at the Itoma of W. JIc Nalland al TOiile.Kake and ended by a number of "SVhit and Nobleford ladles. It wa decided to appoint-Mrs.'Ifayot'Nobl ford, lo succeed >lrs as nres dent. .During tha corfrse o! the guthfe ing an opportuniU was taken to pr to 'Ira Burns a piece, of silv 3 a slight of Ihe eslcem which she vfas held by the of [n replsirig Mr Burn; said that all the kindness whlc had been shown to her was greatly appreciated She realized that in doing the work of (he Institute she had had the ladies1, goodwill C always wilh-'her and 'in 'her'new-home, she would have always In mind 'the man? good friends she bad behind In the Nobleford district. x A number o_f the "neighbors o} Mr year much could have are that the post here will be a bun jtne in the fields dred or more strong y M for thp past three weeks the town Prepare for School Openms Uas almost without the 4 P P Macleod school board are bus? these I but Scout appeared days preparing for the opening onlon scene, add man) thin Sept 2nd and marv new teachers -will 0[ make their bow to new pupils as! many promcraons have been mail" and almost whole staff will be I ones. TKe" record of those-who wrote on exams are not yet to hand but ood percentage are reported as hay g pas ed Many hort but well headed ha> uuuKul headers and art bu galhenng the short grain cnt'in very to the ground but all They report Ihe sample this year as very hard and well formed I! B Nelion, of the big contracting fvrm visited .Macleod this yeek, look lAg for men for their big contracts near Drumheller and Magralh. Ihe farms of K "lantinga and h Fmmelkempjust north of the H entertalh hundreds of, farmers on Wednesday, hwe to llrgq more Imjlortant -beenLuntlertnken this- Make the visitors feel al home; BRITISH PREPARING FOR 1 TRADE (N GERMANY LONDON, Aug Cologne states that Tn order to AMist British flrrrs to establish footing In German rnarketi, British "officers, havi .been-appointed at Crtfeld, Cobieni, 'Mainz, t Ludwlgsfiafen and Alx (a Chappelle io give in formation and assistance on ffado' tfi-alLBrftlsh commer-.- 'eiat MpreStntjlives river, repeals nhat can be done with Ihe "new headers the average grain Is Inches high wiln good ami gooij grnin, .twelve foot cullers are pushed, by sfx horses Ihe lablc being so lhat it may, itl close to White Kid Pumps We are showing a new shiprtienl of White Kid Pumps in a very stylish last. These carry a coTereri heel, a perlort filling Ions r and turn sole In wldlhn A B and C Vou can't find anything 'plccr or of heller iiualily. ASK-TO BE BITTED ramp iiualily. SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELStiN Co. ,620'THIRD AVENUE. SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING Good Looks and Wear Knitted into Stockings Fine appearance and durability are knitted right into Buster Rrown Stockings. Our employees have had yeprs dtspecial training'in knitting Buster Brown We use dxtra-long yarn We spin it to sure niht' We designed these stockings with a two-ply 'leg and {hree- N ply heel and stand the hard usage of the average boy. Because all these things, Bdstef Brown Stockings ore' barder wearing vThey make (ewer trips to the mending They cost the end. f Special attention is given their too. They are exceptionally well-made andv Well-fitting. -Try your boy with a pair and get. fiis oplnlbn. i Ask yoiir dealer-for "Buster Brown" durablar' Sold everywhere. "-1 j The Chlpman-llolton Limited Hamilton, at SisTErTs STOCKING ;