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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LKTHnRIDGE THUnSDAV, JULV 3, 1913 She Tfoeralfc Bibcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY THE LETHBRIDO.E HERAt-D PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 32J 6th Street South, Lethbriiiic W. A. Buchanan President and .MucasitS Director John Business Miuager TELEPHONES BuiincSG Office Editorial Office 1252 Member Audit Bureau ol Circulations Subscription Rates: Daily, 'delivered, per week Jlaily, delivered, per year 7.50 Pallv, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 opportunity tor encroachment by rnwerful Stales. Ajssrasilleeinfni iu ibe way of territory Is effectually c stop lo. Bo far >s regsrds the futuro sia'.-u jf Iho Eiui'l'r the i'e o Trtaiy Is an ppooh-niakiuE There has been no other Treaty framed lilf It In the spirit ot fquliy lu which its various clauses have drafted. Tresties hilberlo made contained in ilietu all (be materials for kindling future wars- as soon as or other of the powerful nations considered the ojijvor- tunity was ripo. wvre prcieils iu them which a nitiou so conslilutej could easily selte on as n reison for takius arms. Tills has been happily provided ajninst In the Treity has proclaimed ibe end ot a war fought by the vtcsors lc the iuleresls of The guiding principles of the conlllcl in which Ihe vtclorlnas lowers were entfitrf have col been lost sight ol la making ine lerms of noi to ,be surciiaed will make wars i.n (he fulure imsossiWe, hut il will fulfil i'.s pur- pose in making Ibem a great t lucre difficult, lu Ibis reco lion of the rights of natlonaliliM. as In the- crealnu ot now Stales and in Ihe various ferrilorial appcr (ioamciits. will greatlv help. Dates ol eiplry of subscriptions an- dally on oddress label. Accdpt- -duce 'of papers fliier eipiratioo date Is our authority lo continue the sub- jcripUon.' THE lESTIMATES. TirUhe framing of ils liuJsel Ihe has s'veu mucu linse anil rmurn'.lhouahl. rule slrutk .'cm bo.said lo have "exceeded antici- piiion; ID'the figure arrived at U -rwovldlhaj-e VfTi'sufprUe ;iad 11 betn luKhefr.-lhiin fixed, j In arriyfhs mill rale, due- 'cons'ideratlon has to be Ihe j lhal-lt'wni able to ..what, mo? regafJed-reasonnble .bounds through the raising of Hie s -lirlce. of public -ulilillts in. the way :-of light and water. To-thei'e no one i any material objection, in I -filial Ihe burden of been Eprcad and nol ma'de'lo press, heavily'on an already burdened lie shape of properly owners. f -Jn t'tis respect Ihe civic Budget bus t. '-a claim to be regarded as eminently I fairly 1 The. council .hOSfto be compli- 5 a tern- relief in the rejecting of the -Merllcue'Hat re-bonding scheme. The Elllterlng. _ and the was-hot, very '.'.'easy resisl. .Bat at best It-would heen temporizing.'with the Blt- -.'uallqni and its adoplion would bnve lack of foresijht. This the Lbo.plan '.ctae cartful conaideralion- il- needed, Who'll Tnkc 'Em Out" is (he Dig For Fall Fair (From Our Own Correspondent) July donj, bell .a ite-welll" No, not'Ibis time. ciUlo lu li.s river, poll-i'.lui driukiug water: Xot fiueh good Jingle, eh! But truer o lacs. "Who pul them in, and just ahove .lie Aye, there's tho ruo! Woo >ut them In? Was it naughty Tommy jreen again? And dooj'he know that while it is all right to throw Iho cath> the well, once iu a while, there- is a heavy penally for 'o'nvono who' puts dead animals or any other rolling iulo a of water In Al- 'i? Or did the perverse creatures July ICIh, at S p.m. all Inquir- ies and culrte to W. C. Mount, tecre- Ury ot Iho Tuuer'Asrlcullufal Society. 1 Iho special attractions will bo raciug tor ivhlrt will be offered iu prliej. Dasoball. tlrtt prlu. J15C.OO; second priie. {100.00. A us contest J1PO.OO In prizes. A lilg carnival wiupauy with Mero'-so- round, f-srrls etc., and 'special plaiforoi slums in (ronl ot crsnd staud. On the closing night of Ihe lair the local G. V.'A. will put on. a re- alistic nlglit alUck as at tha Irout. Keinember the fair dates, July 28, IJ, Feed Sil nation is Critical and Relif From North 'Uoesn'l Look Likely put themselves in nilhor tiisn. go tol A CONTRAST IK POLICIES Humor has it that Ilie. nell Leader of gie. party will be Pmmor' Marlm ol Saskatchewan. P.urjor, ifiougli often nol to be depended on, bis Eomelimes a Wav of justifying ilseli' oul of a spirit contrari- ntss. In view, therefore, of poss'.hilf- ties it is InleresitaB to contrasl Icr, Liberal Leader whn Is and the Liberal who may be. Vaeir views on TarKi A contrast' 111 Ihe Mr. U. D. McKenzie and Mr. Martin is; all in favor of Ihe latter so far as a clea'r enunciation ot policy IE cpnccvii- 'llr. Martin uas the virtue of inowins what he slands for as in the following confession ot taltii in regard lo "Great unrest exists In Canada to- a packing plant Ia Ihe fall and coin 100 per cent, for EOiue fat capitalist? U is a mystery. But will lako them before Ihe 'lown comes down typhoid? Thai-is the all inl- porlint nueElion. -Uravs Johnny Stout was nearly drowned last week trying to pull them out. And they still ripeu on Ihe EamVbar! 'Have we nocolher volnnleers to.Bwim-Uia Hood ..-and bravo Ihe stench? Epeating of watei wo hare at last discovered tha cause of Ihe tropical luxuriance of our gard- eis throughout lio town, why, they sur- pass all others In Southern Alberla. The secret iles in Ihe wonderfully rich mulch liiit out of tho nozzle ot the garden h.nse and drenches the soil fertility.' I! -'3 far inore magical lhan Nine mud ani promises to be en ineshaustiblff source- o: weailh..But tell It not in'Oath, let no Ihe C. I'- U. De put wife lo if'or they (akcn by will ?Iay a properly -tax upon us as (From Our Own Corrifpondent) June weather conliiiues to hold oul th .tame as il has all summer BO far. will show every Indication of rain aollilo? will come oul ot It but a lltl vlnd. The grain on summertallow i still holding out but all grains on fa and spring plowing are about gon Several farmers are going to turn the cattle horses on to certain piece ol grain that would not anythln by IcaTlng It even If U did rain. The forest fire in the foothills about on its last lega as Ihe rain hills yesterday wenl long w: In stopping the flames. Parlies cam ing in the foothills should use eve care In uulldln; fires as tho groan and bushes are'bolh as'tlnder. Barrv Gates' of the corps, rived home a few days ago. Barry has been flying so high In France that he does not know wlielier he can jettle ig Time at Are Sports al St.'Paul's Mission (From Our Own CorreEpondent) MACLEOD, July The annual aymeut ot treaty money to the Blood ndlan: tool; plica at Ihe Blood lie- erre on Friday last. The nobls lied Man wlln hie family" prepared amp outfit aud left the Itcterve foi Iicleod -to exchange hU cash for The goods purchased were ol arlous kinds, frotn (he every da> ;rocerles, and Ihe fine sull of clothea or the" Uuck, lo a tiner dress lor the of (be Plains. Tho children bough he uiual candies aud am iCKED UP IN ASSING FOB TUK V1AN Hev Dr. D. C. Uorden was untnl- chosen preildeiil of Melb- odlst conference al Windsor. Oivls In Hepuhllc, Koa., are so bold hey alUck people on Ihe iflsr dark. Mayor Hy-lan, New York, rays mov ing pJcIures depicting Ibe easy life ol crooki, promotes crime. Chicago blonde Elrls are angry General Hleclrlo officials say are fickle, and won't blre them. IJ. E. Train As: lion volcd lo ally wllb the "olg four1 ot Railroad Men's Brolherhoods. illss Msibel Puffer, a rreallhy maid he old war horses took charge ot ltd en lady of Ajer, ilaaa., Inlonds t 'wllh lo bei what iear of "No' one' car t is paid "in" Ihe" wn'y of incn n tell drooghl. influenza ana other 'adverse circumstances, they Have a progressive policy the phsl endeavoring lo make Ihe local fair sec- ond to none In the" province." Last year the acme seemed 'reached the "nc-plus ullra." But. .these genllempn arc fertile in invention and bold In ini.tiallvo and so Ihey r .suriiriso for us this Having out grown the present fa'lf ground accom modation, they bes.lp -announcs that have secured new and spacious grounds a little east of Lhc." p'resen site and will immediately 'j'.'jt Iliese Into proper shape for Ihe fall Jalr. half mile race track will bo an UP to date grand sla'na creeled 'tha will seat 7SO penplc. The lair will be held on July 2S, 23 and 30. in all de- partments of the fair Increase! flmounts arc being offered as "prizes (From Our OltlON; Jane Sunday, June CHARTER -'Of LITTLE NATIONS. Beyond ,lbe feel that It formally 'r'proclalro.s. that tne war IB over, the Treaty carries with It a feature H ilngulai- Importance. It.eKlablishes cohllderatlpn hitherto totally neg- is knpirn us She Cpn- Policy In Europe. That pol- icy has been'based oh the theory ot the ''bjlance'ot to which Pres idenl Wilson has drawn attention AVIIh il minor rights have been awal- (owed in {he'prcaervallon of what baa been "ragardtd aa an equilibrium imongnt'lhe Great Powers. In Ihe" Peace Trealy1 of today Ibe I'pollcy of chancellerlos" has given way to Ihe rlghis ol natlonalltlea. The lesser, nations of Europe bavc ceased ue regarded as pawns In the ..-Diplomatic of prcEerrlng: the Of power" and.Jiave been con- rights and liberties hlihcrto dc- them. They .been given of Liberty a I- _.' the free will lo unite In colerlcs i wbereinational alma ahd asplralldns be'allo'ned that has been hnmpeted'r ,.rt.heiconlcplmenl It IK bound, to bring, i Is the greatest safeguard against fll- -r- llrrfl ware. The-rWils of Hie -imaijjr notions been cmbmlied III "IVa Peacf, Tliope rjglita lo be. .'ipeeUd' In all jlial (lie League, of .S> tlons constClutGA. There will 'be no prlceV chai-gad', tor. goods manufactur- ed in Can'ada, but 1 do know an au'thority. .than Hon. W. S. Fieid.Ing slated lhat for every dollar' which'.' goes Into the'.Treasury from not less than }2 gous Into the Hie niariufaclurers by way of Increased prices, so that Ihe tolal amounl paid by the'average fam- ily in Canada In.each, and every year by reason of the larlft li approllrcala- S300, "In the framing of tariffs ta Can- ada the agricultural Industry has been the last to lie considered-Tarills have bfen framed and levied In th5 Inter- ests' Of Canadian manufacturing Ind-j3- Iriei, and'In order lo protect them 'outside .compcUllon. The All entries will close Saturday nlghl, .Ing service. ;6tB was as. Grain Oroircrs Sunday 'at Ihe church, nev. H. ,C Woods gave an address on the TJ. F A. movement using circular 7a (iron President Wood) as a foundation fo remarks. There was a fair con salion but wo would have liked ti lavo seen the church crowded on tha occasion. Col. .Nelson Spencer, D. S. 0., ad dressed a meeting at Orion church last Thursday nighL Jlr. Wm. Fegain our worthy black- smilb haa gone lo llvo on his farm and ns a result the shop at Orion has been closed for a few days, however, another blacksmith is now Installed an'l Ihe sound ol the anvil IB Bgalh heard. nev. McClaln tho Field Secretary for Sunday schools for firitich Colum- bil and Alberta, paid a visit to Orion Sunday school and gare a very Inter- esting talk lo the 'scholars In Iho af- ternoon. Also speaking' lo parents and triends in thcc hurch during Ibo even- pnvllegi In the community, but rath'er IL should be tie obtaining of revenue, and r-veryone In the country should 'be made to pay bis share." In regard to tho Bland taken by the Premier' of Saskatchewan In ILi mai- ler of the tariff, lhal laken by' Iho Leader of (he Onposllion In -his til- teianccs In tho House, now familiar, has shown his outlook lo be a paro- chial one, wllh big llioughls on his particular' cfjrutlluency. Nor did ho mak'e'hls position any bsllcr when for Ihe word "protection" he Inter suh- "bounly." This admission rose by any oilier nams" yarlcly and in no v.-ny improved wlial Ihe.member for Cape Urelon had no doubt comedo sec WAS a tactless ail- m'lsston. On a question of prosresslvc rtollcy 3lr: Martin lias his mind male up Mr lias yfl w'neltii'T iiv'imf.iuif deai-nil policy-witli n.'- tan( (o Inrlfl. METROPOLITAN LIFE DISTRICT OFFICES 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD YOU SHOULD BUY METROPOLITAN -v POLIQES It Is a Mutual Gomp.iny; all profits bcioriE the pollcy- holders. OECAUEE all IU, pollcfea aro participating al rates lower than any other company In Ihe world. BECAUSE your Ihe prolecllon. BECAUSE delay Is dangerous; you may nol be morrow. lo got one- to- The inucli lnokeil forward to mill rate lias now been struck EE NECESSITIES Foot Treatment for Perfect Foot Comfort This Is a rncdlcalcd, nnlfa'epllc, Ideal homo treatment outfit for HOT, TKNDBrt, I'EHSPiniNG VKEfT, cffiiSisling of'aoap, and powder. Thla soap Is.granular and.fa a perfc'cl cleanser, while llio halm cools hot 'fcrl, ,-illnyn Inllarnallon, keeps Ihe hcallhy and sweet.. Tho powder (antiseptic and deodorant) prevents Bore and lender gjiols. Price, 3 for W. J. NELSON Cp. 9HERLOCK BLOCK 7lh IITREET STORE The big crowd at the SI. Paul's Mission on Tuesday, July 1st. was an indication lhat when properly adver- tised, the people will coma where there are good true sports. The people ame from all parts of tho dlslrlcl, ,nd Macleod lown was well represent- d, and the town boys gave from jther parls .good competition In all hat was conlended for. A very good irrjgrarame was pul on, comprising be girls' and boys' races. The young people also had a. chance'to show what they conld dui One lhat attract- cd much attention, and had many en rita was tho nail driving the lad- ies, and was won by an elderly woman, who remarked 'Ibis is from making your own chicken coops." Iu Ihe lug of war, Ib'a- Indians -beat the Veterans, then the Veterans and "civilians Iried the ropa, when Ihe Veterans won, after whieh Ihe Indians challeged Ihe Veterans, and'the- Indians- cheerfully lost -'and cheered the boys who ralumad from the war. A few horse races and bucking conlesla brought' Lhe programme to an end so far as the sporls were concerned, but Ilie pleasing feature ot the day was the way In which Ihe crowd cheered Iho Victoria Cross man for Hie district, by welcoming hlia home, and presenting him with a filling recognition, llial ill ever bo remembered by him. nnd go by everyone who was forlunale iDUKh lo be present at the picnic, ily 1st, 1519- Capl. Harvey made a easaut and happy reply, and Inrew mselt in Ihe background, by staling al these decorations were often glv- n lo officers, not on accounl of what ey done personally, hut on ac- ounl of Ihe very fine quallly of men nder him, and ho was so (IIsllnBuiah- d, by Ihe very excellent men ho had n hia battalion, and he gave the men credit for Ihe Victoria Cross ho ore. It should havo been on his men ot on himself. The many men he ad from hia home, Jlacleod, did all or him, and better men or braver, ould nol be found In France. As Lhe aplain stepped on Ihe plalform, Ihe and plryed "See Iho conquering hero omen" and Iho Immense crowd [leered for gome llmo. The success f the day waa due lo Rev. S. Middle- ton, and Ills very able assistants whom he had selected from all porla i! Ihe diilrlcl. Each one worked aa if ie had-been trained for monlh, and only one end in viow, lo mako H a success, the.annual .picnic for It" Paiirif and the amalgama- te! wllh Ihe Allcnllclda had the de- Blred fifed ol having one' of the boal lay's sport lhat baa hccn held In Southern Alberla. The Allenfleld'a 3and surpassed themselves In Ihclr ilaylng on Ihla particular day. Al the close of the cnlbrlalnment, Rev. S. Viddlclon entertained Capl. Hnrvty, and a nuinhor of vlsllora from Iho cljs- Irlcl and Macleod, lo a very'excellent dinner served up on Iho Prairie ei only Ihls reverend gcnllemnn cnn and enlnrialu Ms Riiesls. Tho proceeds of Iho dny was much larger lhan expected, and goes lo tho mis- sion fund, and Ilie-Tvlacleod Hospital. One pleasing the day was tliaf It pajseil olf irilhoiit an acclilenl, The weathef .contlnuca nnrl attll some crops seem.lo hoM on, wall- ing (or the rain.' Tho present hidlca- llons art lhat vory llllle If any grnln will bo Jisrvea-ledV BANK MONEY ORDERS The most convenient way of remitting small scnq of money is by the Money Orders sold by this Bank. The Cost is as follows and under 3 cents Over aud not exceeding 6 SIQ Plus Revenue Slamjis THE CANADIAN BANK COMMERCE; ;fe LETHBRlbGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH J.H.S. GORQONj Draw on through' the Branches in all parts of and corres- pondents abroad, this Bank ia in a position to present Drafts promptly, have 'them accepted, and collect payment, with least possible trouble and cost to you. The Manager will be glad to take up this matter with you. Head Office: Montreal OF CANADA. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, Manager. CONSOLIDATED PLATE GLASS CQ OF CANADA. -liIMITED WINKIPEG TOHONfO MONTREAL'." THE .OLASS HOUSE .OP TOTHETHAOSl Selling Agents for ZOURI METAL STORE FRONT of "very-: description for building 'purpoje'3.c'''-V. 'f c. T. u, NBW YOilK, strike of Iho commercial lele- graphers' union agnlnsl Ihe Western- Union and Postal compaDlen was dc- clnreil nfT this nflornbon,