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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBl-HBRTDGE DAILt HEMIJV .rt-KDNESDAY, JULY 2, -VESKUt, I ifilRALO PRINT is tbe tOith, itthbrldgt astinc Director one whoh the tor U. ilARKS SultleV'. .0. uel bul, to put it farce. It will be enough it to instance this we allude to the be miJo, whVrh proveisi to elaborate, (hat U was ln for divorce to obtain the relief needed rsplylns "No" to the question "Hat there been any collusion, connivance. Oj. Further, the appli- cant conies to Semite and puts the alleged tacts 'as set out generally without any sharp or conclusive cross, examination. It li clear from this thjtt properly cansltlnted. courU for divorce, even without the discrimina- tion which the present procedure ales, are needed. _T he Dh-orce Bill Til, per tbd! per (ri, per will. 16 ..wi-o 11.10 eccjad reading will, no doubt, r_j into law. When this happens It will be well and wisely demonstrated hat what present the privilege ol tie rich should not be denied to the that the taw is, thereby, no reipects'r of persons. JSlry ot -iddresi laliel. to cont r.riptioa. BELIEF! niatter has passed its nc are coming round to the time when it will be In ordtr to "Swat the ify." from Front Page) The domestic hen is the latest t RO on strike. At the present time" sh Is refusing tp lay. DIAMOND CITY (From Our On-n DIAMOND CITY, June ac- count Of tbe dry weather, tha crops absolute failure. When other laces htd relu we had only thunder oae.equently the last hope has tbbed The grain is thin, about eight Inch es high, auil healing out. Some >re ptowiug ths cropl under, while are letlng tlfilr stock harvest it.' provincial peport EDMONTON, Juno survey ot crops on June gave generally favorable coudilions for the stand ol crop throughout the province. ThU was subject to such limiting factors as cutworms in rather wide distribu- tion over tho province hut causing damage the extent of 6 per cent ot (he-crop tit only a, few Wcalltlea chiefly iin the of the province, and a "more serious general limiting faotor.represented'in, the per- of drying' winds extending a v -a the belt ot crop hay anil from tht Klver to Maoleod progressive shortening ot crop by drought The same li true'ol Aldersyde jranch though thefo exceptions i carefully fields. Crow's Nett Section The most unfavorable condition in the Province at present rentes to land tributary to the Crow's RallwsSand extends all trom Plncher Creek to Medicine Hit. Pinch- er Craek has usually.been a ueavy country but both illy are short this year. at Macleod aro quite poor. There has been etaady blowing -which hu carried destruction by wind through the Nobletord Monarch district. Cardston, Mwrali, Stlr- nj are pretty dry. some ojie ol good cropa Lelhbrldge etween Bsrawell Burdett- but his area Js now [UfUrlnj ulio. Medl tieldi In the south u well ts good fall grailng. Some ot live atock is rather thin but it will be all right it there from now on. At tho time ot lisue the weather ot the Province seems to be broken and r thin but ts auy r reviving of pastures P IA iICKED UP IN i use mincing j spirit The. farnVsrs j faced with a the drv spell '.in the whirligig ot tmie .the "Hall of" .Mirrors" ai Versailles has witness- ed some extraordinary changes. The ghost of Blsnfarcl; must be a troubled phln: See Farms. ctd It becomes ihe responsible ision to ott is pointed dulv lies rv C, B na a If. the Germans are wise they -will bow to the inevitable andjeek to re- CANAL5 i it to the ,e ot giv ng the or allow J ehee bj where farming has been carried on there is 'still some moist- ure In the soil. TinTeffeijt of the leat has Induced transpiration from the plants more rapid than can be met. by the moisture In the soil and the crops in some cases are BS Jr> is tinder. There will be some crop In .Medicine Hat district but tha total result will not be good. The irrigated lands of thE (.ethbrldge district have the best looking alfalfa that they have had for som9years. Some of the first outling will reuch over two tons per acre. The drught is giving a decided impulse to the'Irrigation enterprises that have already been talked of. No Reserve Moisture in Spring The overall outlook of. tho crop sit- (From Our Own Correepcuiient) BOW ISLAND, June sporti day was well patronized by the people ol this town. Baseball no doubt attracted many o! them. Alto ueveral went down to attend the dance. I Herman pony we were pleas- ed toNnote was.agnin a winner. On Saturday alternoon ot last week tha Women'3 Institute met ta--th8 Rest Room. Thero v.-as a fairly good attendance ol members and besides there were several little girls present who wished to organize a Junior In- stitute. They named their own presi- dent, Mrs. J. U. James, of the Womenjj Instate. We wtss disappointed' in the program as the promised paper was not given. After the business concluded refreshing was served by Mesijames ?n and -egular meet Hendfriou Jailor, was granted on Increase oT }15D a yenr. means the 1'eace niver country have ieen'making "good -progress duo to good strong'gejiymination and a sufficient isupply of Crops in thfe'ccntro ot tho province corresponding with" the-Edmonton dis- trict have been the limited rain snpp'm and wh.Uo this Thompjo E. Penlland. The ing day, July 19th, the Institue "will ._0 hold their annual picnic in Mr. ratepayers ol Sydney. ,Tho Canadian pank ot Commerce Is opening a branch in Dartmouth, N. S. Blvin llungertord town- ship, was arrested on a charge of la- decent assual'.. Farmers in the .Niagara peninsula arc offering high wagts for help, but cannot obtain It. Mrs. II. Matthews, Hamilton, wife ot a returned soldier, has been lulssln since Saturday. PMice Sergeant Boyle, who lias bec-u L'S years on the Halifax police force, has resigned. A Four b-'-Iaws involving the spend- ing ot defeated by tho MASON RISCH PIANOS ARE BEST Quality is built Into every piece of them by the most ex- perienced men. you never have to apologise !er the '.one el your piano It It's a Mason Risen. Buy the lest at first and It lasts a Style liopk'let sent Free any. where. Sold 'on easy terms direct from "Factory to through our twenty factory hranrhca. v x [ne Iimneu ram tnis, stjaauii. ajuo area 15 not prospect bf ijathcr' shsrp-' etSuKeTrromj. failure or. seventy -per ions reported', only Hamilton poultry keeper has jii oa an ingenious excuse for running a illicit still. When caught In ;5c ac he told the officer of the law that operated the Btill solely to produce liquor for his it MO at least i 'ion struct icn- it is fmpera projects -n ot 5 F of B worKfl fc-r furni'h r of proviCims em the present t me raicy i and demands e polish the pffcseBt fhs lime bai ur riiedi-nhen tEe outlooii hcs to le graeped There !sxa dutv which wlft sfalesrain should bend every energy liTthe mat lo-esight The desres1 ch 'a their naturf r.re (antamount to demands tbe part of ol the s nlh count'-v have-a ear usion lies anea b- -ken heed "of To is to be forearmed and avi and means ot maae them lay This may he rcgard ed as a libel on the chicken is a to the effect that submarine commandera onjBngiands h.acklin for crimes jgalnsti humanity 1n life Allies put salelac cljb plan thr members Foxdefeaf By filling Hiemselvea j[ jnftice too ou This procedure should save the Ulle much time No would object to liaVakara cnder the cir x There Is BJOoS Inju lice to women m the pre enl divorce rroceduri. In tie mention bj Mr ckle thav It a woman had peea an adultress and her husband cares to institute. cent crop the dry- weather has been sufficient to "cnt 'away a "good deal if leaf growth, checked'the', slopling jnd Ehortened the heads. where the grain, js shooting oiit.v.The-condition "crop inay' be1, said :t0': be; not qfuite so good as .it 'wWHwo-yeeks' ago btjt ditions have not got.'t'o'.the-ppirjt of bringing anythirg a'Cproacliing ter except along tie Earh crops have been, shortened ;ond late sown crops; are" slow arid uneven in coming up but there is no condition of exhaustion at moisture..' The tame hay crop has not gained any in the past two weeks rathewthe reverse. In Southern Alberta.fthat of Rsi Deer, the-unfavorable season al conditions have had a more'serious nation of tho promiso ot good'crops in "River ais- tricf; Atb'erta. with light'c'rops Alberta varying from'medium to. almost .total failure. There will not-bev.25 per cent, of life "land seeded to' grain-jilong the Crow's Nest- Railway." cu.t.for. grain khts'season. This to ana. condl- 1Uu, ,ragb. The appearance from he coiahlnatlqn-ot extremely.'hoi dry leather and .the ab- sence a of moist- ire in the' soil ThbJfafmersL'of the S outh country .were hanuica pped Irdin the beginning of the shortness bt ptolatire'-list year. While :his survey the? conditions of the-crops: at the present' time, some allowance "may be '.madei for the ten- acity and power of dry tanrt crops. UndeY .Copious raius there might be 'results than present appearances would lead one to expect. Feed -The condition c-t (.he .tame- hay crop Central and Nffithem .parts of th __ future should with all that been placed before Ibftn, occupy We thoughts of those who have to deal' with them, There isino tinw lor waiting orosptcts-6 tile) are II the settle menuo! B c inirj means anylhias i Xhat ot relal-iin I- ju There is rcsponaibilit) on our govern meattywhich with the necessary co- operation they should Immediately Kile; ready to meet Al a moment projeclj jmnl a practical way out- rocedd'ngs against -her he ,gtt divorce in toe western court white he woman, If she he the arty, cannot get it because the s it stands v'oes not recognize adul- ery on ihe pirt of the'husband as TOiind for divorce in the absence ol 'jfhis Is something Deeds remedying in the trutii, to vary the sentence, that sauce tor the R der should be sauce for he goose. ALTERING OF DIVORCE PROCfDUHE. iXvorte Bill Ijthered by Mr ilckU obla ned Mcon3 read if In Ihe of CommonB and a .t'lep has been Vten to remove the present anomaly of divorce procedure Ihe member for .Kingston who Is lra. Allen ac- companied thorn. Sir James Outram, spent Wednesday In town .a gueat at th home of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Werla. Devereau and Mr. Goulta of Steltler, who are Baking a motor trip' through Southern Alberta were guests of Mr. and Mra. S. 0 Jamieson yesterday. Mr., and Mrs. 3. Y. Hurst rooloreil Out to-day New "His Records I OOR over the of. these new "His-' Master's Voice" 9iterings. t BrUjiant new inAerprelatjtms bjr famous and "His Maker's Yoke" aifists! Uyely new one-steps alid waltzes fir the danfe devotee! A choice colfedtion ofnciv. favorites for the lover of popular 10-bch double-s'.del Lolliby j When I tbe Ecu Htle Hone; Ining tndrJKk Kdulmia to Sle'dlcine Hat today.' Jledlcino Hat. on available lor.tnd limited to the sons and daughters of (li Ihe soldier or sailor or men of the air force kitisd actloji or who dltd of wounds or ay reason of the war prior toythe declaration" of peace: (2) the e'nlly soldier or jailor, Ohine'j'otli? lo Mr. and Mrs. Jlllrgy j a son. (3) eny saai s jr, the coldleXor, sailor who by -reason ol in.'urlei receljed in service over- seas' dies after' Ihe declaration oil peace while hip children or-any of them, are ol In those! provinces where other -orfMDl or have similar nrbvls- Ion tije.se scjiofarihlps ,'wlll noil tlten. OXFOHD. Foot Treatment for Perfecl'Foot Comfort This Is 2 med'leated, antiseptic, ideal home treatment outfit for HOT, VBEfT, consisting o.t soap, balm and powder. Thls'soap in gramilar la a perfect cleanser, while thc- -balm hot feet, Inflamation, keeps; Ihe skin soft, .healthy, deodorant) prevents core', and ,3 for crev? fifr, thV Ttiris's oup nS; OifoiMiiiilVfelr.-illy. m Somebody's Waiting for BOJI Who (Won'tComeHonx-Burr U551 BfInj Those .JtuBtby Minis 'When You See Another Around o' Mine i AdcleRowlind H5M 'Oh, I MoMe CrMto, Fa Trlfl 18556 Oat of the Orclwjtrl }lS56l Rtiobow DrrWon r't Mnch Coawiy'i Bind JlSSW Money Muk No. 1-Montr Huik No. Hani, I Oh, My Fox Swceihetrt and Good Morning "a Smith's C RED SEAT, RECORDS Sorter Yon FnncuAlcU" t Istnitl j A tinfa ienor i) Violin LONDON', -June a dinner of (he Cinadlah air force at Shoreham, the pilots assembled there had ile- aggregate of 219 enemy machines. Oen, announced that the air force would he marnlaln- ed in Canada. Ho advocated the re ftntion of Idtntlly of that hud mved In France in tho nillllla to maintain -the tradltionf In Ibo field. Aflfr' rr.onfhs, during -which the couimuoicnUd only through marjf In Ihe IMhlc, nn IJ'ity silence vhcr htishand tor divorce. i -f i OU Pep G h C 59 FlwtultyOurtct The Qt'ikbit Ptrty Satani thbe! GtrriNii 64815 ne reveiller Vtaer Glovinnl MirliiMlli. MTU You Look tin y John.McCormitk Vldor nix] 18552 Smvenlr U'ofin 6481} lioin up to sold on menlt, if delirey, AtV for free cat 62CM petf) luJcyclopeJia lilting over 9MO M Veiee" to Hear any "His Master's by IwrHhir Co., [Jmiteil THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;