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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DALLY HJgiRALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1920 She Classj) AND WEEKLY on and Publishers "berato Hlberta HERALD LIMITED Sovth, Director Bureau of i Subscription Rates' yen months per j ibr.malU tor 6 mall, I 2.50 Vt tr mall, per year.....l.S'J per year to U.S. not only in Great Britain but Indirect- ly In Canada. Should such an event- uality happen it will In the present conditions of things be something to be greatly deplored. Great Britain has many problems iu hand, particularly that of Ireland, and should the strike ot the miners ma- terialiie tbe difficulties facing the British government will be greatly added to. The strike iuelf: should it come into being, will furnish one of the serious aienates ot the day. In that it will mean nothing short of that terrorism which- certain of the ultra-radical Iu the rinks of Labor depend on to bring their desires into realiiation. The strike itself is not what it ostensibly claims to be. It Is true that the demands are tor in- creased wages in the way ol 50 cents more per shift and the reduction pf the price of coal to the consumer ot 13.50 per ton. but underneath it there j lies the demand tor the nationalization I of the minei which Is sought to b'e forced on the Government, and the (Continued Krorn front Page.) IG OF OOLS. jl 'schools will reopen for the and 1 on September the First frict. particularly that of thi .has undergone man} {nd it may tic said that, with request tor which, previously made, has been sternly discountenanced hy Premier Lloyd ueorge; Robert Smll- lle. the leader ot the miners, has made nb pretence of veiling the reil object of the projected strike. He has boast- ingiy. admitted that what is to be gained .by th6 strike is not Increased wcges to the miner nor cheaper coal fit and with a new Supefln- to lhe consumer, but the natlonaliza ORtON IKrom Our Own Correspondent) OK10N', Aog. cutting Is almost finished, also oats. There Is the cutting ot flai which is now re- ceding atten'IoB. The avenue yield for wheat In this district will be 15 Id SO bushels acre. There are some very fair crops of flax district. Tba late sown oats and wheat is being cut tor green feed. MACLEOD Our MACLEOD, Aug. SO. The best kie schools start under ne and under new auspices tram the qualifications of lion ol the mfnes. .The calling of a strike, therefore, is tantamount to a defying of the, Constitution and in Tteaclers In the High School, attempt to force the handa ot the Gov the most Important branch' ernment in a way practically equlva In the city, the changes: lent to the inuch-talked-ot .direct njjur vrell for the usefulness action'. samples of wheat seen In Macleod were brought in last week from some, of the fields soulh and west. It the field Is as good as the cample, the farmers will be a happy lot. After the stren uous wort of last winter, hauling teed, and tbe delay in seed ins this last spring, everything points 'to a very fair crop, and the south and west parts will gain an average of 85 per acre. Crop is cut Ih the Mud' Lake district, Graham Brothers will finish cutting their acres of wheat this week.; They count on 25 to acres of wheat, W. A. Day 250 acres. Piirdy brothers, W. A. Young, and all In the south dis- trict have good wheat. W. H, Perrin. on tha ridge, thinks, he has the only crop. Saturday next wlQ find almdsl all In the stook. n'stltutlon. To make them ey should be. an Integral part immunity, tbe schools of tl-e more especially the Hish emand an interest it to say they have not trom the public in general schools have been uxln the limelight of late, and the alnatlng glow watch has flgiir- "Qy been shed has not been alto- of the rosy hue. It is rime this should be remedied and if schools should as they to be, the pride of tie city. this the Interest and the co- ilon of the citizens, represented n parents and the friends and yes of the pupils, are abundantly )uljd should be freely i too common a parental "failure too much from the toacnert, En the case of many, leave ail lesponilblllty of bringing'up their in the hands of the teaching This is expecting and demand- too much, and fair 'jo pupils nor the teachers; It is too held ,lhal the whole onus upbringing of the young should iced on.the teachers in that they of the pupil than tbe par- lemselves. This in a measure Is ht It does' not extenuate ths parental Interest and respon i my in the school, career of the (Jls. It Is only by the parent work- in harmony and co-operation with Si to I teacher tnat the best .results in education of. the young can be trained The responsibility Is mutual 'Fi should be shared by .parents and Etcher alike with the particular teacher In grade (heir children are and make a friend and confidant ot or her. There are many occas- vfhe-e this fellowship Is bound be mutually helpful. Whatever f iahges have been rrfnde in the staff i the schools, and we refer particular to the High'School, have been made what has been considered the best of the schools. It might be >aid that public opinion in ,ls' respect has been endeavored to satisfied. The present opportunity therefore, one which does not fre- mtlf .occur, in making for the 'best suits that the changes made are i jntended to accomplish. This accom lies In the working together 9-pfparent and teacher. j The new Superintendent and the leaching staff as a whole should re- far as possible the friendly feelp and Interest of the public. They I fthould he taken into the social lite to certain of the demands of the miners, has dropped from 252 tons to 209 tons since Iiave been rednced to T hours, an4 the miners' wages have b'eeii trebled; Coalat present in the Old Country retails at ?15 a ton In London. The Government claim that !his is below cost price and handling The deficit is made up on the profits from eiclsc duty on coal that which Brings in the huge sum of This stu pendous surS naturally dazzles the mind-of the miners with the inference that huge profits are being made in the coal'industry. A.general strike otvtie miners In Great Britain Kill meiuV paraljsls of all Industry. Railway and steam ship transportation will be at a sUnd- still, and trade throughout the Empire will be bound to he seriously affected. With the movement of the grain crop view the outlook with much disquietude Tha future has an'omlnouB look unless something Intervenes it the last moment to fore- 8tal the consequences. .The serious- ness of the" whole situation, apart from anything of the pros and cons in the same, is the high-handed way which certain ot the Labor element have chosen to show the power Labor possesses. H IB this which is to be that power has been mis- by certain of the irresponsibles ETZ1KOM fFrom Our Own Correspondent I ETZ1KOM, Aag Mr Olsoi finished threshlnjj the first-of the week and his wheat went nine bushels to the acre, a little better, than he ex peeled The cutting Is nearly f'nished around here and quite a few are get ting threshed.. The grain-as a rule Is turning out belter than farmers thought. TABER (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Aug.- stands o waving grain are beginning to gne way. to the old familiar straw stacks in some places wheat ?lias 'iklready. been threshed in' Ihef jkhity and thresh ing operations are getting under ua over the whole be- ing tbe real beginning. per cent of the vrheat Is estimated t be already cut, other estimates goln in some cEsea.the'.binder have been going till dark, and the fu moon haa as'elsted late Th only shower was that ot Satarda Vinkler's Big Buildipg Gutted By ot a Mystery. Our Own Cor respond eat) TABER. Aug. ''.hie) bis jam belonging to Walter Wlnkter, vlng about halt way between Taber nd was destroyed by fire esterday about according eports from travellers arrivtat In own yesterday afternoon. The build- ng was one of the shptr {aim bttild- ngs of the vlclnity.'and the'loss.has roused considerable commeit. Ac- ording to the best Information 6b- alnable no person is to have een in .the neighborhood of the bulld- ng, and the citise of the tire his PICKED UP IN PASSING 0 R THE B V'.B'Y il A X buggy, a'ud Mr Smllli, who wns with! him, had his arm brokou. Klre caused by lightning destroyed tbe barns belonging to D. Gllmour, Flaajaat Valley, Qreenville county. Deserontrt. will spend for an extensic'n 'and' enlargement of Ihe water service. lure oui of his parlor and now baa 200 bushels ot wheat stored there until he can set it to an elevator. Colborne tax rale will be.ID mills. "Shrlnere have celebrated Stral- tord. Cornwall fall fair .will be held tfom September lat to 4th. Brockvllle will men to standard time August 31st. Fuel Harrington pre- dicts an Improved coal supply. Perth" Town Council has set K mills as (he tax rate for 1920. Reprganlration ut the- Ontario school Inspection system is to be con- sidered. herefore remained a mjstefy up to ale. Mrs. WlnBer, ooierfing producers; demand per bursting out of the building, obtained a bucket of ttirfrar.lt on the ire hoping to keep down the hlaze 111 help could arrive unable o extinguish it, Ind the building be a total wreck, along .with, the on tents. Insurance on building and contents amounted: to of eight-gallon can for the cousins winter In Toronto. The alendance at the O. A; 0., at Guelph, this year- will, establish record Five armed burglars tied up the his 800 was on tie bnlldlng alone occupants ot a house and took During the latter part of tka week, he barn of J. L-. Drijoo, One mile last of the Firicastle1 elevators, was destroyed by fire, owing ;tO: Kome children playing with mmtchM. It Is believed. The children of a neighbor. Iving about three miles away, had teen sent over for the tie SnoUwr being 111 at the, time. and. busy with the children after playing about the house went to the barn; It is believed, obtained some set fire' to the building, the barn being dSstrojed, and nil the outbuildings Including the granar> nith J500 rye, the chickens and, some ol the and 'almost everything; except: the fire occurred during a house. The hljr.h wind which baffled all efforts'- to put oui the flames Mr Dmgoo pioneer all the valuables. Valera, "President the Irish Re- hat: cabled hii sympathies to wife ot Lord Mayor MacSweeney John Fortnan, the drne addict who was arrested allow- ed to If he would leave town. UT. t. 0. Curnberland has been ap- pointed as superintendent of the Rockwood Hospital, Kings I on Ylnc4nt McKinnon, struck'by a motor car and sustained a double fractiire'-of the right leg. Edward. Flanagan, Bro6kylile, is building a large idditioD to his foundry. Mrs r' Dunbar and child aearlj lost their lives in a fire which, de- their in Prescott Sydenham ylllagi is again lighted the power having been oft for a couple of months Fred Potts Trenton while driving horse and bugSJ, was run into by Homau Catholics have purchased the old Central Hotel pro- perty for the purpose of school. .1 So many women who frequented department store rest rooms at Port- land, Ore., smoked cigarettes that were, posted forbidding the practice. Several years, ago a' prospector turned over to.a Grand Junction. Colo., woman a share in an oil -property iu Heu "ot ten days' board. Recenty she sold her equity tor Join, kellj. New York! saw an elderly woman run' down fay an aut'o, and ran for a doctor. When he re- turned she was dead. It his mother. Rev. Treuch. a graduate of Queen's University, Kingston, sailed with his wife Japap, and both 'will "teach' in the university there. Fred Trudeau, of stoco, while mov in; hit. thresh Ing _outf It was kicked by [a.'horse, Injured arm broke three ribs. A Missouri farmer, couldn't get room in any. of the' storage houses for his so he look the In efforts to false suc- cessfully In the district and Is well known in TaSetv and.vicinity. Painters have busy beautify Ing the of T Patterson and B V Robe, on C street, the ex teriors having been treited with a coat of paint which adds to the ap pearance of the street Joseph Marshall hrother of D G Marshall the Taber plumber arrived In town on Sunday last fron Shel a speed motorist, demolishing the hurne Ont and will assist his brof ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS Art Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices Vou save money, because we have twenty direct factory stores In for style Booklet. mv. mm Balmoral BTock "The Home y the Vlctrola" th I r n t W. W Jardlne. B-A, of Sioux Look- nut. Ont is fr v dftys visit Qtmek tm lhe Bennetc Sh161a ,n Ing his Eon K L JArdlne competition hare not been A concrete foundation nai arranged till the return of Prej A J built for the two-store? bnlldlng re- -Black burn, but the first game for Atk To Be Fitted SCHOOL SHOES That look, well, fit well and wear well. Bi ing the Girls and Boys and have their .Shoes fitted. Shoes For All Ages afternoon, and a temperature ye glngl eentlj moved bx Carr tn the lois j Taber will h" with a Lethbndge on frost was the rain was a mere urlEile High winds on Saturday and in tbe beginning of the week slowed up field work There has been quite a lot of shelled gram in consequence, but most shell- ing due to dry weather. Threshing op; erations on Marose farm, four miles southeast, give yield of thirty-lhree bushels ot wheat per acre Most of the crop of wheat now in stoofe, and some fields look good for forty. Oats turning color fast, and nbout ready. Men were engaged for thresh- ing on Saturday, lifei S-histle ot the steamer is at'hand. -Many returns should be in by latter part of week; Sunday, night light rain with rainfall measurement .02; pposlte the Bowden residence on'tea'm, according to the committee sell Ave.. and the..building n the foundation, a being i At tho 'Flower Show last dded among tbe-prominent winners' was Oolis ind Bittis have begun thresh- Mrs W B'Walker, and In the veget- ng operations and are at present on kabje department, James Yonng and he farm of A Morose, four miles Leslie Penton made a specially fine outheast of town Tne wheat is iorted wielding at the rate of Cloudy, cool-weather with occasional shp.wers is the i blind served up by .the weatherman on Monday., who for the time being have consti- tuted themselves as leaders, and by :whom the sane In the ranks of Labor ho telieve in constitutional and not rastic methods Appear to be intlm dated. PROJECTED STRIKE (N OREAT BRITAIN. One of the most significant move merits, denoting the unrest of present day, the voting which ha been taking place as to whether Or no there shjtl be a general strike bf.tln coil miners In Great JlrlUin. Antlcl patlona .so far have an unfavorable outlook, and It looks as If the strike VlH be. projected and (hat to-ilay's .wires will tell the tale of-n genera In the which Jj its effect 7 CitteiaEfe A sweet the rice of sugar slowly coming down. RAYMOND (From Oar Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Aug: is about SO.per cent. done. High wind of Saturday stopped, cutting in the afternoon about 2 o'clock. Some'bats cut. Hoppers reported to i-iave darn; aged rye crop in some parts of dis- trict. Rain Sunday'night and dri2zling tills morning. The hunger strike appears to he bnsldered the way tor winning the rpw.n of the martyr. The mines Iu the Porcupine district re very promising, we read. We lake t from thla that the opportunities of taking fortunes are simply brlstllrig. 'From Oilr.Qwn .contaorpiiinll MAGRATH, Aug. T. J Bradohaw last.-week flhlih'ed" thresh Ing a field of acres ,of rye, which averaged 30 bushelfl per acre. Tho farmers are all busy now cuttini wheat and some very good wheat wil be threshed. W. J. Nelson Co. 1 Sherlock Building hree bushels per acre. J. Fbrrester, neohew r of Mv's. of the Imperial Batik .t Plapot, Sask returned home this after his In Taber ond viclhitv. Mrs. n. .Whltbeck. of a. patient at the Taber where she was removed last week. N C. McCartce, operator at jcelved notice of transfer to another [iblnt on the division. Principal Gould Is conducting' the services.at Knoi church In.the ah: sence of Bev. Bryan, who" has been called away In connection with the referendum (From Our Own 'CoryQsprmdenO CLARESHOLM, Aug. plynton, Miss M. Heist and Mr. Lawns have -been connected With time, have all been engaged by. "the school board for the co ing. season. All these teachers were Tolmle Is acllng In the capac-1 (he clarosholm High achool for Borne Ity of Herald carrier In the "absence of Bryan, who Is away 'spendr Ing bis vacation. _, (Mii rti. Harvesters who hfive been working' whUe in the Burdelt territory claim to have ciaresholm received 65 cents per acre, the wage Rml hB3 returned from around Taber being ber dav D C, he has been doing Tied scarce in the vlcin-j ,orit ror [Be Saskatoon liumber Co at that point for the pasl Binder drivers in demand in I the district, with lew offers from the harvesting fratemit> x A meeting In (He Interests of pro- opdratc district nls this To take up the paper these days .nd to note that there have been no illllngs In Ireland will be.something of a novel exnerlencb.- Now that the Wheat Board Is going iut of exHtsnce, like Some departed Us virtues are beginning .b be VULCAN VULCAN, Aug. well advanced here.' Wheat SO pe cent, cut, oats 60 per cent, fall rye at cut. There has been some little dam- age from winds shelling oVer-'rinp, :rain, and the very dry, hot weather of last week had. a .alight -tendency o shrivel the .wheat berries, although the damage Is. negligible, farmers are very well satisfied with' results, ilthffugh they: "will .hot be definitely (nown until." threshing! Threshing will atari by the. 1st of September. Help la plentiful, although matiy more men were, needed than was antici- pated. the thtre-nd U al dressed by Mrs. MckinneV, like her for Claresholm riding W the w herla leslslattiro. riding Those wH5 Gooderham and Worls, It Is an- nounced, have made their last whiskey. This will be enough to bring wry countenances to the lovers of-rye. With the number ot motor accidents one reads of In these days, it Is sur- prising that tbe speed fiend has not yet learned the danger of the pastime is so apt to Indulge in. Sharks, clreadet! by lhe sallormen, and hated by the fishermen, have Jong been the parlaha of the seas, but now they can he fished at a profit and hundreds of Canadian fishermen wl be hunting them this summer. Not only can their skins he converted Into an''excellent, leather, hut their oil has assumed a commercial vafue, as a pro Cess, has been discovered by which llsh ca'n he deodorized. It Is case hern of turning the tnhlea. In being "skinned" by tlie shark is being WINNIFRED (From Our Own Correspondent) WINNIFRED, .Aug. is nearly all finished. Threshers will ill be busy by lhe end of this week. {Jtiallly and quantity of wheat will iheh be known. Weather Is perfect. CLARESHOLM (From'Our Own Correspondent) CL-ARESHOI-M, Aug. first frost of .the season showed up'In the Clareshnlm district on Sunday morn- Ing, .August 29th. The potato crop shows the effects more si than any other crop, with the possible' excep- tion o' cucumbers.. Tho wheat ttot remains uncut will not show any ef- fects of this frost as H Is all Well ad- vanced eicopl In a very few cases where It was badly blown. MILK RIVER (From Our Own Correspondent! MILK JI1YBJI, Aug. whehl is aboiil 00 per 'cerit. cut. bate, 'flai and barley will bo a good crop If thS frost koeps off for a while, One-half an inch of rain fell on Sunday night Monday hear a'talk straight from fh'e' jhoulil-.l er. are advised to he on Ontario visitors In town Is not a doubt that Alberta' will, called un to supply Ontario-, points with coal to a large winter, as II Is becoming practically mposslhle for [he eastern province ;6 obtain cnnl In any. fluintlly "from Pennsylvania nnd the U. S.. and lhe ijnmlnn is receiving a jsreit deal of altcnMbn in the; Cast. J. II. .White is having a furnacA in- stalled In his residence south of "the depot Considerable Is taking place over the matter of Cesspools in the town ns riouf't-es of contftmjna- tlon for disease and several citizens ore planning the installation of the two j threshing outfit in this Beaton I A H Kmer> has taken the con i tract ol doing all the threshing for T; C. Milne's farms In the CUiresholm He has already .threshed the gave. gooil yield, of sample. Ole Flhstad has r.etnrned to C'larea- holm where he has pur- chased n block of land. Mr. Flnstad. who. la-an old-timer here, will oper- ONLY TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not Aspirin at All without lhe "B.iyer Cross" B nonio on tab-' lets positively.identifies .the only gen-' line Aspirin pTC.-crilxxl by jiliyaiclana for nineteen" ycari nnd now miulo. in Capo-'Ia. Alvays buy Bn package of "Bnycr Tablets of Aspirin' wltidi cbntflins proptr diredloiis for Colds, Hc.idache, rnlgia, Lumbago, Itheumftiiam, Nptiri- tis, Joint 1'ainsJ nnd 1'nin.generally. Handy tin boxes conlaininj; 12 tab- lets cost 'imt a Jew also sell larger TicTC only ono "Blycr" Aspirin lilhi Irartc tnnrk (rc'elltertd In C0naaa> MJnnUctiiTO of Mono- cC'llcacldccttr o( SollK.-llcacld.- While It !s ml] known Aiplrln. meaiu Usj-er "onufiilure, lo "Jtist P'Jbllc ncthct Imlltllon... Iha ot Bam company -trill bo ttlmpci irllh Ihelr SoOcial Irulo nart, lhe "Dsj-tr CIOM. ate his threshing outfit In this dis- trict thia fall. (From Our Own Correspondent) NEM1SCAM, Aug. Mrs. Hlnes gave A party tor their daughter Eileen last Tuesday evening, guile u number of friends being present. A Very enjoyable evening was spent playing games, .cards and dancing. septic tank zs an allematlva, as it Mrs. Hlnes served a dallclous Is claimed to do with any' ui... trouble of the kind, rind costs no mart In the end. Something off the. kind Is becoming necessary, in the'absence of a proper sowaee'system, r The weekly half-holiday has. been given Us mine dlraittls, arid from now on the business nlsceo wiir be open as usual on Wednesday as tho incs her at the midnight hour, Miss K. la leaving next week to resume studies Thersa Academy, Med- icine Hal. Mr. And Warren retiirneii home Tuesday aftprnoon from Medicine- Hrti, where Mrs. Warren underwent a slight1 operation. Mrs. Warren is feeling as well .AS can be A danco Is being held in the Odd The auction sale campaign Is again S Fellows Hall, Saturday evening. Mrs. under way, ond a sale held on j Sherwood and Mr.McKenzle are fur- Saturday at Porleoufi' and the music. sale barn. The sale of Palfrey Mrs. Penny went Id Medicine Hat McCarroll held recently sqiilh 4 of, hospital last Sunday, where she un- Purple Springs drew good crowd, j An operation this. week, i and fair prices were realised, cows] Mrs. Went gave a birthday party with calf at foot selling for JIM Other! for Velma yesterday afternoon. stuff ranged at about the same levsLl ami her little friends having a splcn- The Annual Flowef Shbtf, was held dM time, and enjoying a lovely sup- In tht school basement on per. and proved a the; enhlblisi Mrs. V. Fetter la returning to her being generally up to the mark. I home In Lethbrtdge tomorrow morn- Carpenters and painters here re-ling after spending quite a vacation having a steady run of business, with her mother and brothers here, LAKE WINDERMERE CAMP spot-wh-rt ts of m "'Indermcrc Cnmp-on tht C61umblR's heart of the Canadlaa h whlehevc'r you want. Swimming faforHt1 dancing, and many oliwr _Aik the nearest Canadln's 1'aclHc ascnt for full particulars Ucller mnko amntrcnienta now. Tliroi.ifrh a.iii. Wlndprmnro. previous CYCning, from Calory on train Nvn. I M aii'l rorcrnlng aanie day Car placed f6r occupancy at J, GORDON TICKET ACENt, 512 Cb ;