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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETMBR1DGE DAILY 111UUUJ. THUnSD.YV, DFAIEMBEH '1, Pre-Christmas Payrolls Are Heaviest In City's History WWi tfca Mt only In M thnuineut the Pmt latM worklitf to wrthtiw laritrt tone and with Uvt c. In ytin. H U tkM mil over Ml will out tht mln- alone In the Lcthbrldfle Kcld. Nerth AiMriun and Chln- oik are ill prttly well flIEcd up with men who are pro- ducing neirly MOO (Mil dilly, while the tmilltr In the would bring the total clcie to tlM ton mark. With acy.lday Saturday and again on 20th, ChrM- maa ihopplng, which beglnnlni tc aaaume- tanje pro- porttoflE, will be elvtn ih addit- ional LnrpvtUB and the fnmnaat of the Chriftmac ihopplnf aeaton In the clty'i history, fair to be reallaed thlt year. HIM niNCINDEC.31 DECLARES THAT Former Says They Are By Their Word He Urges U Timers Lay Plans lo Make River Jig a Specially A well-attended meeting o[ Leth- tridge old-timers was hold in the Board of Trade rooms last night. Dr. De Veber. president, in the chair; HobL Safe, secretary. In byeouo days the Pcmmican Club ins rather conservative as to member- ahip; nono belonged who dated their arrival In these W. Territories later than ISSo; later this was changed to then to 1SS5; last night the date was set at 1900. Ail from that Cste tockward are now eligible to "be- laar." The main objects of the cluh. or so- taety, are, to foster lhe "happy family' faellig. to console ind help the be- naved of those old-timers who pass. btyxmd; 'to gather now and then a aociil dance End taitCc-si of "the old times." Harry Benlley, J.-D. HIs- tobothar; J. !he the Ftoatwoods, "Ceo. Hook, ire ftC capable expoaeuts of the Trttuei ol Uujl food old bunch. Aajtow, they an to hive gimnd (lorlou reunion and dance In tie K. of P., aall ba -be nigh' the 'ywar. Bob Pearion iud the re- ar .tho tolas of the peo- ata at Slide-oat, Stant-ofT. Whoop-up Kipp, and othar adjacent polnU. The win not De entinly "Red River JJj." oaUj- aone ot it. Swell Umc! The bic puh'.or tin diftenat com- 1. J.'H; than as P'abUeMTT-B6b site, Ticket and Couer JOG Gdwala. Da .Vebar, ilra on, Mn. Andy Ne Vi XcNabh. Fred two candidates obtaining high On this the mc'als hive been JThs ILsl el the following In Xime-; ai Address. Bassano, DeUeker, Msry Waterman, 13, Belsefcer. Caljary. Victoria. Etiel Mary Chris- iofferaon, IS, Calgary; King Edward Gladys Jenseca'Sor- enson, H. Calgary.-' Camrose. William "llckle, 13, Camrose. Coronation, Cistnr, Edith Parrj, H, Csstor. Highlands, Margaret Thompson. 13, Kdmonton; Oliver, Ev- elyn Mcore Parks, 13, Edmonton. Foremost, Manx-berries, Laura En- Hking, 14, Many-berries. Hanna, Dowllng Lake (Consolidat- Ella Mao Ho'wanl, 14, CralgmyJe. Hardlity, HnrJIsly, Clarice Burr, IS, Hardlsty. High Rivtr, ParWand, Merle Palmer, 15, Parkland. Lamoat, Mundare, Nellie Jllsie 13, SJoadire. Lelbbridge, Central, Hosamond rene Lawforil, 15, Lethbridgc. Macleod, Cardstou, delta Kerning- toa, 14, Cardsion. Medicine Hat, Kim Street, Jean Uonro, 13, Medicine Hat. Olds, Pontmaln S. D., Ilattle 15, Trocbn. Onoway, PocahonUsj Kathleea Jamej, 14, Red Deer, Red Deer, Janet Smith no "age liven, Red Deer. Spirit River, Grande Prairie, Mona For, 13, Grande Prairie. SteWer, James Ralph HI wciii, 15, StetUer. Thelma Anlce Talboll, 14, MdrhiTUle. Sylvan lake, Esthpniaii H, C. P. Lej-da Sestrap, Vegrerille, Aieiaidei Ropcean, Vegreville. Vermllllon, Healherbell, Jos. Lestei Jerrold Elward, 14, WeUiHwin, Wetastlwln, Helen no given, Wctastiwia. Cm OrMariii T. Inae, Vaa Ken, .Allan Ritchie t' committee Jecline for the prewot, hut their shy jlMM TO! ww oft u eventa evenlaate ;l-pi4 word to the yomg iidiM ofVn [fettr: eyes peeled for the althoiich oliWiiS- Uwy and! their.'sonSTrrare not ne- Or .old for-that MOTOl'SWIFE dwih occurred euddenly in in Hwpkal of .Mrs.'Alfred Eme after u operation 'and while she w coming to from the- effects of th Iminlstered. An inqnes JTlll ba.hftld on Friflay remains lite Mra. Emery came to Can ada from the Old Country. Her bus been a cbndnclor on thi raUway aver elnce the.llne ballt. IB tddltlon to her buiband leare; Uro'children.' liv N. Vv PAP.IS, Dec. manj- should stand by.her word and carry 'out the terms ot tho Versailles, treaty, according to PhtUp Schledoniann; former, Ger- rain chancellor, in an vblch Is published in the Echo de Two questions, the.surrender of prisoners of war" and-the turning orer for trial officers and men accused of "crimes during ihe Tvar. make for'strained .relat- ions al present, th'e ccllor said. "Tho first Is col Irre- parable and will not influence) tho future." he "but the one concerning the officers and men. Is particularly GifficulL It will bo necessary for ns'to arrest them, oursclrcs and then deliver them. This Is'a ialeful thought and Both-, inp cnald bo more still we have signed tbe treaty." Hcrr Scbledemann closes by ex- pressing confidenco between France and Germany" will become normal In the future." WOMAN SENT TO JAIL ahlea -who Cuvon, one ot Iho'tjndesir- arrested. In the-'city FOL- Allowing Catlkjo Range in Forest Reserve Without Lic- ense or Permission-. fFrom Ouf- Own MACLEOD, Dec. Court opened in Macleod on Tuesday morn ing. Jndge Walsh presiding. A cas of much Interest to those who sel land, also those who have land to Ee! was heard. Early In 1519, a youni man listed his Titfc a loc? firm, who a few'weehs later. The same man wlsbe'd to purchase an other farm. He became interested i: a through the owner, find wo not able lo complete the- purchase, bu the firm who had sold his'own-trough both parties together and was able to arrange the sale, the buyer iua a deposit of f 700.00. Later on he tol the'real estate man If-the'titles wer ill right for tho-land'he bud boagh he could pay'over the 5700.00 whlc he'did. The tonyer wag nnable to pa .the balance.ot JSOO.Op, so the'.deal wa 'called off, and the Und sold to anoihe partr- .The pin-baser sued the rea estate firm for the amount he had, pai {700.00- After' hearing the .cas Jndgc Walsh gave Judgmenl-fo'r.'d 'deqdant with costs. i._; In the case of was show in court that while Intosicated, h had Bold property worth 5650.CO and transferred same -I Xorisr; who in turn.transferred It his wife.. The judge ordered.the prop- '.erty to be. transferred to the-ortglna 'owner on "the repanu'enl'of the am ount he .had been John a cattle owner 31. _ in the--Porcupine, 'joining th Forest Reserve, his cattle'to run-on lhe Tleserro wjtl on Wed'oeaday 'and eacoried to CouiU Fijrnra For 191J 1914 amd Year Arertfe Witt a start in the way ot fall of l.flS incioe ore? tbe 17 Boat FalrfleU of the. Farm feeta fairly COE- oder ccvtdition5 ID onv aorval neit season figures form the buis o( by tbe gration for deportation Inspector of Immi- tried on her arrtral there and. given two mon- ths in Fort SisktLchewnn jail for be- ing a dopo fiend. '17 year HISTORIC OPERA HOUSE BURNS NEW ORLEANS, la., Dec. Tiit historic Frebch opera house at'Bour- bon aud-Toulouse streets, scene of the debut in lae United Slates of Mde. noled singers of tie world have been heard, was destroyed by fire early to- day. The losi was estimated at 000. The opera house was erected 60 years ago. OctoiCT 0.85 0.52 1914 3.M "1.07 2.17 0.63 1.05 2.0J 1.2G Totah S.C5 7.48 6.13 It U tnw Unl tie October iras Ne not jo diitrlbnted been It fallen In form c( nlo, mrerthelni! H ill ttto none of it flowing bud wftlch was not frown at tee ot the Norember tnlnoolt. Froi emnurhM br tb.s Her- then an from 16 to 36 Inchej in rewne moisture la the soil ikarmwt .time, twcntj--.lTO lm in con- vtth the recent Pablic School Ettailiutloaj: 3j nedal It imlrded to the tie fclflieit wen tnnKtontt, if ovenlat ind In lie ease Md Ed- in doaaM to rte HON. MB. CRERAR BETTER WINNIPEG, Dec- A. Crcrar, out a license. He" claimed thai it lira alraojt.Impossible" lo keep-the off thejreie'rVe fence was bni lo preTCat'lh'em. :It VaV sn'oirn-tDn be had been "nollficd lo tbepi ol or take, pat a permit- or license fo the nninber, .wiskh. na did LhLl'early In the summer of 1813, h bad been in court for Iho saiue.orfdnci SeTeral wilnesEe? were calleri, which 1ho-arguracnl3 before His Hon or lasted until 3. p.m. and. judgmen was Eive-i that he shoula pajr Soubl the amount per head for all the ston tbal ivas on the Hejerve for a perlo- beelnnlng January 1st, 1019, the cdn bcr of bead of cattle, also the cumbe of days lo bo (inured out by tho cour Tbl9.l9 a precedent and no rlopb lie a warning lo those who pasture their stocl: on .the ReEcrre t apply to 'the proper authorities fo president. of the Ucllad Grain Grow-1 permission to do so. en, Tvho hss been confined lo his bed here for ten days with a slight altack ot blood poisoning In his arm, has en- tirely-recovered and is back at his desk, lie cipecls lo leave for Ihe east ceil weetr. ARRANGEMENT! FOR VISIT or LADDER FELICITATE OVER The Ladles' Aid of the Church b England held a. very successful afle noon lea and salo of work. In th town hall, Saturday afternoon, an evening. Al the A. P. P. court 03 Monda moralng. the adjoining cases, of gam ling were dismissed, lhe liquor case of which there were two, both plcado guilty, and wereg asked to pay a fin and cosln of co'url and conflscatlo of the liquor. Monday- evening an enlcrlalnmen was held in Ihe town hall, In aid the hospital, which was well attendc and was. a financial success. Marlcod will'not have an.elcctlo this year. Members of the counc the public and separate school hoan being elected by acclamation. -TheL will not be tbe ruab to pay taxes, b fore voting. Wednesday afternoon the ladles Macleoil gave an afternoon Lea t.._ Intormal dance In aid of tbo HospHal Aid and VeJeranft Assoclatlcni, vrhlch was well patronized. F. A. Adams shipped hla pedigree'] cheep to Calgary, for (he big show, and sale. Ths eale was a good one, tone very good prlr.c." helag realliod. Many cars of feed have arrived In Macleod during Iho wccV.-ahd sllll It Is scarce. Ten cars dally for three months would not more than meet the needs of those who are gbwk owners. iftf Proud frf His Son amd Prince Wants to See More of Empire IvONDOX. AUhaufb ertii should see this picture he'feam tn'al 'adventago would bo takeu iu vul gar way of some ot Ihpi scenes in tho picture aud thus-defeat Us own enJs That- the Judgment of the appea soard has-proven correct may be u'dged1 from this Informal endorsalion T the'plcture by various members o he clergy who Vcre given an op- lortunlly'of Tiewing It last week 3very clergyman who was present n he-Tiewing-of the picture euprcsset liinseir as-welcoming lhe alliance o he motion'picture Industry to the canje -for Is fighting. .Although.tho picture Is'In many ways a sensational ono It must not thought that it Is purely an illustrative missionary lesson. It has an appeal hal is -broad- Whether or not lhe Ibis city wbq have the oppor- .unlty ot fteelng this picture next week are-church-.adherents they will be aroused fay the conditions which exist- ed and exist in Turkey and at of those Christian people.; Hnrr.v Uiudtr, Whu Appears at Majnlic on 16lh Hits Handle to Name i Ilarrr louder, the Scotch comedian. !ull of pep, and bubbling over hat Inimitable something that makes Imitations ot his work 30 futile; lias returned I row a memorable lour oC ami up near at tbo Majealic Theatre For "OHO riglU "lialy, Tups., Dei1. Iti. IL ITRS during bis su- lourn iu Australia, lliat tlio Scoirli nlii si re 1 eazrlird as Sir-Harry Lauder. Sir Harry, as. iirtsurogblT, we must now call bleu, is than an enter- tamer. He Is nu inlcruatloual uliar- icter, aod as EU aticr-dinner speaker ic did laufli to content the of jroltiprhood existing bc-hvcea Uic Kug- llsh-spoakius nations during me WorlJ-war, and since. In Uio last of the Krcat struggle he Trent up mid (Joivii tlie lines In Fmfiro and Belgium, entertaining and cheering iho soldiers, mid It was because ot ibis "scrrlco Tor the Empire" that he received the accolade of knight at.the hands ot King George. Lander's return to Canada is rm incirionL in hla world lour, which ha Inaugurated last season, lie Lad ori- finally intended sailing dlrct-.lo Aus- tralia, vja Iho Suez Canal, but finding IU at Impossible owing to.shipping con- ditions, he yielded to Lhe request of Will tarn Morris, his American man- ager, to sail from San Ktancisco, and lo entertain tho public eu roulo acre53 the Coutluonl. Another shipping it -Impoa slblo to sail' direct for Soulli loo objective in his world tour, and to tho Uulletl Slates will iiguln have au onporluuily lu ste siuJ. bear tho couiedtan In-fore his UcpaTluro for Hie far Houtli. According lo !its lirvsent plana'lio will leave New York iu February and for Soulb A trim early lu .March. For his Australian (our Lauder prc- pared a uuuiber of new aud character- istic sougs, aud, many of these will be utilised for the 'American Lour. ADO us them a all Go Hauie tbo Samo Way." "I Think Gel Wed lu Iho Suuiiuertlrae......When I Was Twenty-, wblcb Is said to rival In popu- larity tho famoua drollerlo, "Sho IB Ma ami oilier souss (bat ara dlsthu-tly DECLARES EX-KAISER IS GOING INSANE iienMX, DOC. Tosdorp, of Munich, has pub- v llshcd a brochure, lu which ho says that 1'rlnce Bismarck, he- .v foro his lireuU with former Em- licror olibilnud med- v leal opinion '.he rjuncror's .v health from leading specialists, who unanimously decided that lio was suffering from a men- lal dlscaso and there was a possibility o[ pcriuancut mad- ness In tiro or throe years. Thcso opinions, according to Dr. Tcsdorp, are given In tho third volume, ol Bls'niaiv-ii'a -r> vvorks and he suggests that this fact accounts for tho to prevent publicnlion of these works. "T c- STANDARD OIL MAGNATE DEAD Dec. Mor- gan one proiiilnent fig- ures (n the Standard Oil Company for many years, died at his home here last night. U Is estimated lhat ha leaves an estate of. He was bom in Islington; Keitiicky 62 years ago. -i New York Co. :'will in- __all central operated automalically. PHONE 1903. THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. :NOT BUT THE NEWEST Until such time as TTG can secure n desirable .location.-in .the business district for shop and sloro, we will be doing business in shop just east of the barmcks. 516 L12th STREET SOUTH .Gctvused (o (he name PYRAMID. Canadian Wheat Board Defends Sell Some Wheat in U, 'S. .Manager Brcwn of the Majcsllc theatre wMM to Inform tho public In Ktaeral lhat lhe visit of Sir Harry Ii now ileflnllely gsjured, all preUmlniry BmngementH having been sallilactovll; completed. Sir Harry leader, together with his company, will positively appear at the Majestic on lhe evening of Tuesday, Dec. 16th No mallnee will be given. The regular advance enlc of seats will open al 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 3th, at Armstrong and Kaworlh'i Jew- ollry store. Intending patroni who are partlcu Urly anilom lo seats before tbe recalar safe opens may order seals by mall. -Mill ordcn will he given careful attention In lhe order In which they are received, when tht requesl Is accompanied by market cheque op money order io cover the cost a "if ?or lhc 'rcturD LONDON CLERKS STRJKE of tho Uclels to the purchaser. Out- LONDON, Dec. <.-Threo thousand ottown patrons may aijo avail IBera employed In Ihe most Ini- selves of (ho mall order plan. jtortant department stores In lhe West Potlllvely no will uc reserved Km) of Loadon went on strike this n the' usual censer lielore Tuesday, morning (or In pay, shorter Dec. local paper parries the following' from an Ottawa correspondent: "It Is claimed on belulf of the Can- adian wheat board handling this year's crop lhat 'Ihey have succeeded )n handling the crop already exported for cash thus helping In'obvlatlng lhe necessity for government credits, "furthw. It Is staled, lhat were It nol for; the Insistence .of the wheat board In forcing European coontrlcs to lake part of the wheat rdqulrcmeuU in flour, Canadian miiia nuuid in been Idle and there would hare been an even greater ehortegc In bran and shorts than at present. "No decision has yet been 'reached on the method of handling the crop remaining when the United Slates embargo Is The most ac- ceptable scheme to the farmers' or- ganizations is for Iho wheat commis- sion lo handle Bales of Canadian.wheat In tht United Stales and pool the re- turns ivlth sales already mnde In Europe and at VALUE OF 5 TO CITIZENS OF A TOWN OR V1LLAC1E SHOULD ffi, LOYAL TO LOCAL STORES. CAlXUnY, Dec, .has Just.enough coil to carry on with and no more. The city 4 is, getting Us fuill on a hand 16 4 mouth basis and ran perilously ciose lo Iho line during the recent cold There.are no coal reserves. ThUnltua- lion Is general In central and southern Alberta. Deo. 9lh, and varloui c'.her conceialons, The importance of in communily life, whelher in city, town or vjl- lage, and his relation thereto in connection the upkeep of the various insti- tutions which make up the social, philanthropic and religious life, is not .always realized by the public as it H the foundation of a community is really commutual or reciprocal, as the name implies then the members would carry but-the principles and conditions which bind (hem together as a cornmiinity.; The Doctors, Lawyers, Dentists, and other professional men as well as mechanics and officials and those who may have retired into private life, get their incomes, as a rule, entirely from the which they live, Should they not reciprocate by spending lhat income among the people of the communily from which'they receive it? Even the farmer, under advanced modern conditions, gels his revenue, if not all certainly the most prof- itable part of it, from the community in or near where he lives, These are the ies that send away from home for their most expensive things, and impoverish their local ;he cannot, afford lo keep class of goods, and consequently the character and usefulness of hisBusiness is .paired. There is certainly nothing commutual about this. When these ies want a pound of nails or a spool of thread, or a pound of sugar, rake or hoe, what a panic there would be if there were no retail 4.tor63 to gtf The rclatl merchant Is, unqncslloiiably a neces- sity, and It It cnualty Iruo that when ho Is put put pf business the place goes to ruin. The heav- iest taxpayer ceases, and the municipal corpora- tion will look In vnin lo the largo stores where hef wealthy cllliens setd their money for sup- plies. "Every community should lako prido In 11- the members should loyally support those Institutions that glvo character and rlablllly to the place. Tho business activity of a or village li (Ire best evidence of Us Importance. Prosperous business means a prosperous place, Burreiinded by prosperous farmers ana establish- es a of raluos Ihit gives ai dohscknis teetlnf ot and ntliCactlon lo overy aurronndtal. The town or where business IS ntag- nant and where the citizens Bond for tho cream of their renulrcmenls, Is dead. Dead FOC- Ja.ljr, financially, toleilectunMf. Tho citizens tad: confidence nnd Interest In each THej do nol co-operate. They do not reciprocate. They ceaso lo uc enterprising; overiooK the rlghij.of their ana neglect lij look ..properly.- after their own.; In short, becomo careless and degcncrnlo Into conditions In' whfch no jicrton of taste, rcllncraent, culturo, enterpriio or ambition would caro to live.''Who arranges' their social helps Iho needy or looks niter tho poor? Cortalnly'- nol the WE concern at a distance, .to whom they Bend their money, No individual or constitution can he hcnlthy or prosperous If starved. Starve tho retail trade Hnd you weaken And destroy lhe mosl vital essential In tho life of a community. Starvation docs' not necessarily mean Ui'c'absn- lule siopplngo of oil sustenance. The process can he carried out by degrees, and by sending for Ihclr moal profitable good's, tho citizens of a village ran gradifallr slr.rve lo death the retail and destroy Ihe life nnd pros- pcrlty of any community.'' ;