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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE LETHBRICOK OAItt HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, letbbriboe Tbevalfc DAIUY ANO WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALC PRtNTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED 123 6th Strict South, Lethbrldgs W. A. Buchanan President and MaMglns Director John Torrancs L'usiuess Mannser TELEPHONES Dullness Editorial Office reliance on the el ,the. ovcrtimd charges should not bo1 tho Commissioners, this argument in of- lavoi of IlK' meter system Is a sound j The pros and cons ot tap one. [policy without any prejudice should i rare-Hilly weighed. Kach one should In any way appearing to' alloM' himself, In fairness to Ihe cltj be. or betas desirous what Is com-'03 a whole, to be open lo conrlcllon monly kno'vn S3 bucking tho arguing the ic.itter wlllt himself system, which we cnudi-aly confess without allowing himself to be guid- ha? in many poEnls Us appeal to us, we cannot but obserre that the Com- missioners have Lot put the project before the public in liio business wry hy preconceived Ideas which lu lie analysis may prove lo be mistaken. The vote en Tuesday should be an intelligent vole and cr.e made with such business pror VE'.l'on demands all tha responsibility that such an We believe thai i( the present pro- inipurtasi question "as Iho eity's water i Member Audit of Subscription Raits: Dally, delivered, fit week .....I Dally, yeir Dally, by E3I1, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by malL per year lo U.S. --Dates ot expiry of subscriptions ap- diDy oo address libel.- Accept papers after expiration dole U' our aulho'rtly lo continue Ihe sub; KripHgn- .THE, KEEPING OF. LABOR DAY. Day. 'Ib-ils name and' its the Importance of tabor thmaghbul every a. flay.'which wmmemorales-the existence of-Labor-and the epccia! -dislinction-in which !l U held. .This Is'a 'tribute which, with all il'mea -is has rightly Monday Septembor lit, will be the great carnival of Labor, when industry In a large measure will., cease, lo: hum: .This .cessation nolbe general. Of need there ausl be a certain portion o Labor busy, else with the dislocation thai Trill result Ihere will ensue con sequences which wil ba disastrous This fact serves to show how indis- pensable Labor Is and the great U has In ils bands. Labor-has-been in a process ot evo lullon and in its more recent stage it has ratwie great advances to Ih benefit ol those who are comprise nnder ils not yet reached the zcuUh of its'di sires and amblilons. The arrival t this depends much, II nst altogelhe .on Labor ilself.'- II Labor lakes th right view and is controlled by srfn -Judgment 1C can be a power ol goo to Itself and 10 mankind in genera Ii.il senses IJs responsibility powerful but a aeenL Ltibor If rightly directed can the means''of much good not only Ihe political but in ;the econom world, t in "Ihe exercise of which very mu depends. II is well lhat In Ihe pub holidays of the year .pne allle: Labor should be set apart 11 Is lhal Ihe existence ol Labor Bl and wEihoul prejudice. r posal was made 10 the ol a! supply demands. ,252' private1 concern they would hive re-] 122-11 Quired something more o! clear and) t (substantial data for the Installing of 'ters than iht? Commissioners have orded. For this we believe Ihcre some excuse on the part ol Ihe mmtsslonera, In that they Ihem- Ires so tally sensed and fully reall'.- question Dtmand for Houses in Mackod Meeling ol Methodists Our Own (Vrr. MACLEOD. Auj. annual the necessity ot meters that they that Ihe arguments put forward ere more than enough for conviction. his, perhaps, is how we should take II" must be aJmlltea'that there Is doubt.'asxto .whelher; Ihe lfttgys al Gull Lake. Frank Gley, who enlisted in tbo 13lh C.M.H. In 1915. and wcnl over- seas, spending Ihrce years in Krauco. returned home Monday morning, ac- companied by bis fa-.nily. Is suffering from gas and rheumallsm, nnd will spend some time at the Cal- gary home under Ireatnicnl. Macleod was well represented al the .Stampede In Calcary thli week. J. FranSlln harV his siring of horses there and Is making good on Ihe (rack. There Is n great demand for houses in Macleod, as several farmers aro moving In so lhat Iheir children attend schooL Tho financial district meeting ot the Methodist church was held In the Macleod church on Thursday, Au gutt JSlh. Kev. W. A. Fowell superintendent of missions; Rev. J Lloyd Smith. Toronlo, assistant super intendeni of homo missions; Rev. F W. Locke, Claresholin; James Me- Kinney auu TV. G. Barber. Claresholm laymen; Hey. H. Peters. Bc-llevue. am H. Christie, layman; Kev. f. ilapgoort Many divorces are asked al Oilawa. The council ot Uattlefonl has In- creased Ihe salaries ot Ils officials. It is said a rooming newspaper ia to e established al Kort William. A committee for political defense as been formed by orgnulzed labor In Torouto. Joseph Cob.urn, farmer, near West- port, died ot apoplexy whli3 lending his stock. 1 ot cattle, belonging to oster Moffat, a farmer of Holywood int., were killed by ligolnlng. Slung on Ihe hand by a Geo >udley, Ellznbethtown, near Brock Hie, was rendered unconscious. The Orlllla Traclor, Limited, ha: oiniucuccd lo manufacture1 machine n the Fisher Motor CO.'B plant. The returned soldiers reaching thel homes al Kyebroiv were each given :boque for The Porl Arlhur board of bealt ha; taken steps In the direction i a municipal dairy. U. 3. uraiy will olfer surplus go masks nt for new end for old ones. Three million pounds of T.N.T. are July this Is a policy which U can safely be said that of passengers carried. Tne nans oi .Nova re on llie pumps, Ihus increased Its dividends lo sliteen.je an equitable supply of water I householder. In the burgesses accept this state- receipts Ii lent. It Is a good'argument against Is needed, rylng out this measure ol delecting! the increase in streel ear (ares has eaks In the mains when I35.MO will j had its inverse ralio In the number ftcct the same purpose and, at the ame time, as the Commissioners iver, eliminate waste and lessen the: and A. Bnrllell. Ulairmore; HOT. j. K. Wilkinson. Pincher Creek; HOT. W. H. Day, Fishburn; Rev. G. G. House, Macleod South; A. H. McKad- dno. Wnttrlon; A. Durbridge. Jlac- leod South; Her. A. Lewis aud Mrs. J. LL Fawcctt. Macleod, were present. The morning VeESlon opened at 10 o'clock and business and receiving reports; At. Ibe aflcrcoon Wi'13. Gallaenay, of Cal- i. Education stored in the U. S. army arsenal nl Rartden, N. J. Xew York (ood and clothing prices Increased 151 per cent (rom December 1914. to Juno 1919. Union barbers along Droadway in New York wll ehava no actor who nnot show a union card. Carl IJerseh, llrspeler. was ECU- nceU to two years la the Magistrate for' a Major Chester 5. ex-Mayor as been suggested, as a I candidate ID either Kasl or West iamlltou. Pa, .imn returned Irons' (Ishlug trip with a }2d goW piece'- -hlch bo found In tho o! a roe. Armed :nc-u held up au auto In a Detroit suburb, ordered the occupants uc, robbed them and drore itivay with ho car. A Brooklyn. N'. Y, hlgli school leach- r, In seeking a Ecparatlon, cays his 1 vita locked him and he was un- able to get his classes. J. 03. and Mrs. Baker. SO, dlrorced 34 years ago, we're re-mar- ried lu St. Louis. Both had been mar- rled twice since their divorce. Cleveland Itaihvays company look out an Insurance volley (or against "riot and civil commotion." The premium was A negro who was turned out ol a Detroit restaurant when he went thcro lo cat has suet] the proprietor (or Norrlstown'. Pa., residents complain lint (lal wheels on street cnrs keep them awake nnd also causo the lown clock to gain llcie. Southern cotton men and western fanners havo termed an alliance and declared war on President Wilson's program lo bring down Iho cost ot living. Women bathers at Allantlc City fcct t5--: fi The argument thai lie meter lem prevent leaky taps being allowed io run without attention the' same' and -Uial'-': suclj: practice a3 using hoses1 without nozzles "and run' ot tapa lo cool milt end butter are matters metering sjatcm. Xor Eho'Vld tLe principle one man 3bould col he mat3e to "pay for an others .waste be lost eight oL If the burgesses are assored luai nnder meter system they will obtain an adequate 5'jpply ol waier at be Ihns distinctl-ely brought to Beyond n a greal-pur- pose will be annually served lbyr; a contemplation not only by those .belong to Labor bat by those'-.1.put- side of II waal Labor trnly means and the part it -lakes In being ,6pn- .dnclTQ to everything'which makes for comfort, progress In life. :.-'-.-r... the isame, rale as water Is deliver- ed at present, ttiEii they can make no In voting for meters, in that' effect of metering water on willing-to' accepl-ttve. and iird as mubh'for their money fs _thiy pay "the: public." Tlii" CilUr? AlberUo stiles'thi following: "Mr. -Meighen overlooked the posslbllily of securing any con: siderable revenue from the taxation .t more than the means to" par tben with." Forlthe halancc ol the confer ence year Ihe" Flihburn church ant Macleod' South iih'deV Ihi charge of ;Hcv. -W.H, who li very active man and a-good oi ganizerf entirely In the evening Ihe Rev. W. A. row oil spote on "The InlerdenpTnlnaltoii of the Churches." Rev. Lloyd Smil" of land rallies, A very (ruitful EOUTCC addressed an Interested audience o of taxalfon at the present lime, which! ihe work now being taken' is bound to increase in value with the j by the leading fiTe churches of Con development of We should new country-" to prerogative' o! the p'ro'v- ince would say if the Dominion Gov- ernment stepped In- and. the distinct perogative of the p'rov ince, put a tax on land valuation In oda He told of the great mlssloaar and sai sled nn what movMient, ina .wrai 01 u women for Ihe great cause, e'l lhat ive fge" working, then we will havo no did t'ni Lift the pe pie up, give Iheui a higher viewpolm give them Christ, .then and only the nill the churches do the work tho should do. TdE VOTING ON THE All to vote on Uie-hylavrjlnjregard to'- should make a point 'ol "doing Foiling day Til! ho en Tuesday, the holiday on Monday, so there wlli he a telaure'for husr.men to give Ihe matter thoiighl. Ii is a Question which we admit requires much con- 11 Is, moreover, an im- porlanl queshcn aiid fhould be so As a linal conclusion much depends on Ibe Confidence placed by the bur- Kesecs on the ot the Com- .mlssioners. ThesA men have given the sut-JcC'L o Co7eral toought and sludy, and Ihe policy of meUrlng h regarded by them as Ibe only prac- Heal solution of the city's water O, problem as the present time. It Is n case ol ivhetber tho voters are sure that the. Commissioners' deductions are right or otherwise. The Herald does not pose a water expert and we have, conse fluently, no desire to urge any ep Course fn regard lo the meter policy feel; however, lhal If It is a ca of bavlng'Lhe present trouble In In vfaier supply remedied by what-h t. Biffall ;BiiMay, as compared lo wha f'.. tor a new [mmplriK Ibcn U Is only wise anil jufiiitojjrf'- lhat tho smaller, and not tb61 titfer expense bo liicurred. This --is of e6onomlcj. Tke. Cp'mmlsaldners 1.distinctly, 'lay down. ft will lie absolutely neces- n neff-purnplnE eijiilp- rim to', many Ih'oili- aiids to -ensure-n proper -.supply of waie'r 10 ILe cliy under; the present fnle of consurnptlon. To Ibis the sum of lo .he .aptnl OTI small one. Jn.'the." NOW is the time.to place your barriers against these grim visitors that stalk in the home of the careless husband after his protecting arms have ceased to shelter his loved ones. And how dare you "loved if yoii are selfish enough to safeguard their happiness only while you are alive to enjoy their companionship? How long will you hold their love and respect after you are gone if you permit '.hem to suffer for your improvidence and thoughtlessness? You can afford to protect them. Your self repect will not permit you to neglect them if you think of the consequences, Think now and insure. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. 'f V The Largest Insurance Business In The World District Offices Phone 339 201 Sherlock Block DANCE MUSIC ON THE VlCTROLA T He lime Is absolutely cor- rect, awl never rarlas when you act It. T1IR Bands and Orcheatraa you hear aro tho beat In the world. And you can buy the latest selections from us today. NO homo should bo without a Victoria.1 Wo sell them at J31 upward, on easy .MNSIRUHD Balmoral Dlook -The Komi ol tho Viotrola1 who have been made to wear stock- nga have como back by declaring that men bathers should be com- pelled to cover their legs. U. S. Senate public lands commll- tee baa unanimously ordered favor- able report on a hill (or leaslu; gov owned oil, nnd scdlum Inuds. coal, phosphate Ezra F- Muridr, 86, announces he ill run as Independenl candidate r governor ot Mew Jersey. The iirsl' recmlu for Ihe S. regular army have been secured, f Ihcse aro re-enllsiments.' A National Ijahor parly will be ormed al a convention In Chicago In i ov ember. A Washington, D. C., grocer was ned 1500 for Esllliig sugar al 15c a ound- Plans are under way for calling Iho rst world's congress of women workers at Washington in October. John Henderson, former Ottawa city cierk and p.lderman, died al his lome Wednesday at -the age ol 85 years. A Newark. .V. 3., grocer was nrrcsl- ed for BC-lliog sugar at IS cenls a ponnd, In violation of the Food Con- trol Act. Estimates ot {60.000.000 in New York's Board of Education tentative budget (or 1920 will grant Increased pay to teachers.- water heater and oven bathing her baby, nud bolh wcro kill- ed by Iho deadly poison thus created. When Alec. Cronipton, reported killed In ncllon. returned lo his home In Wheeling, W. Va., he fouuil his wife' married again and the mother of a four-months-old baby. American Express Co. are complet- ing arrangements for n dnlly air pass- enger and baggage eervico between and Paris, Tare lo bo 9100 one way (light In small machines and JGU A lighted destroyed the oxygen In the room In In large air busses currying 16 pass' which a woman at New York was engcrs. Solid leather, neal, well nnd will wear well- boys and Eirla will like them and, parenls will Ijnd W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN Si. Cyprtan-S .Church lor. 11tn Av.. eoirth. R.v. Canon W. V. MeMlllen. 8.A, Rector Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Holy Communion 1st. 3rd and 51h Sundays, 8 a.m., 2nd and JUi at 11 o'clock service. METHODIST ST. AUGUBTIN'3 CHURCH Wesley Church Rev. ChBj. E. CragS, B. D., Patrer. Residence 320 llth SL B. Phonet: 404, Church 31udy Claud! Hughes. L.A.B., Mus. Dlrtctor Union Services In Wesley at 11 a.m. In keeping with" labor Sunday. The Evening Service In Knox: Itcv. A. Lloyd Smllh, U.A., B.D., of '1C- roiilo. preach. Bible School nt 12.10 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. ind 8th Street S. Rev. 'Cant A. H. Der.oon, pastor. E. F. Layton, organist and choir leader During July nnd August Knox and churches unite their ser- vices, fn August services In Wesley church 11 a.m., and Knoit st 7.30 n.m.: Sunilny Sffcool. 1 o.m.: Kludertwrlsn and CeBinnerg' Cor. 2nd Ave. and Bib Rev. Canon J. E. Murrell-Wrignl, M.A., Rector. Holy Communion: First nnd Third Sundays al S a.m. Morning Service at 11. Evening Services. Services will be contacted on Sunday morning, Aug. SOUi, by Rev.' 0.1 Isaac. 1 Keclor's a-Hrcw, 1548' Haro Street Vancmver. TIIU UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAPTIST First Bspllrt Church Corner STresl and 3rd Ave. 3. Rav. If. W. Dafoe, B.A, Pastor Joner, DlrecWr of Choir TH'1. PEOPLE'S CHURCH ScrrlMS 11 'Subject: "Wli'al Is It to Sunday "chool anil Diblo Class Evening Servir.o at 7.30. Snhjccl: The fonvorilon of a Good Man.' A CirdUl Invitation to All, nl Rev, E, J. Hodglni, B.A., Pastor 1271 Sth Avc. N. Phone 1659 Choir Leader, Mrs. Y. Jackson. 10 a.m.: Junior choir prnctlco. 10 a.m., Days' Ucpl. of tho Sunday School In Iho .lln'll. U a.m., Morning Service; Ilev. A. I.lpyd ginllh, 'qt Toronto, will preach.- 2 Beginners and Primary do pirtmcn'tn at Iho Sunday School In Ihe Hall: fi 2 o'clock, Girls' Dept. SMhe Sunday Scliool In'ihe Cfitirtti: of the'S. S. In tbo Church. Bong'Service. 7.30: Evening Service: Tlic paslor wll preach. .Topic: 'IPaylnj the Pries.' ST. MARY'S CHURCH Norlh Lcthbrldoo Christian Church Oliver L. Curllt, Pallor Cor- 3rd Avc. anrf Slh St. 3. niblc School, 10.30. Wo are sure you will bo there. School Is growing. Morning Subject: "Christ's Method of Dealino With Our Brother." Evening: Chart Sermon: "The Cos. pel Train." Chrlcllan Endeavor nl 6.K. You aro welcome to all ANNOUNCEMENT Hear Iha Chart Sermon, at the Christian Church Sunday night, on "Tho Gospel Train." CHRISTIAN SCI5NCE CHRISTIAN SCfBNOE Hull Block, 7th Street I. at 11 i.n. Subjwl: Hnndfty School voovcnes al the dor.a ol (ho Sunnny. momlng service. it I reading room open wpt hnlldayi, from lo frp.m. t'llerc Iho Ulblo and author lied Cnrlillin lltoratart mil Irt Tend, or purchiirt. public Ii ccrdltil'.r Invited to tt Vffll roon. MornlnE Traycr, 11 o'clock. Dvenlng Kong, o'clock. Vo Sunday School or Bible Class dur- ing August. lev. SlBiiIey C. Kipper. 617 18th St. A North....... CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (Urncnomlnnllonal) Mass Meeting, Sunday, Sept. 7, Bap list Church at 3 p.m. Speaker: Mr. II. Klton. Subject: "The Splril of Democracy." jpen ili.icnssion, special HlnRlne. livery mumbor be iireaenL .Ladles Invlletl. f t. t.. f 4. 'rf r, 4 t, t, t, 't NOTICE arc reminded Ihal church notices should bo html- In before nix o'clock Friday 16 cnsiiro In'sorlton, as this paper goes to press early Sal- urday morning. SALVATION Adjutant and C.O, Sunday, 11 a.m. Z p.m. nnd 7.30 p.m. Kundny School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday And Saturday, 3.00 p.m. Publjo Mectlrinj. PENTECOSTAL HOME ANO FOREIGN MISSION 205 13th Direct North Snndny Scrvlccn: Morning, II o'clock; Evening, 7.45. Tuesday nncl Thursday, nt 3 o'clock. Everybody _.. ;