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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local.News Where To Find It TliniSDAY, JULY PAUli WILLSEI1LEIIE SHE BY END OF MOHIH Opernlors Mot Anxious To Sign Up With 0. It. U. Con- n-oiled IXody ALL MINES IN COJDD PHYSICAL CONDITION i I Now llvat> Ihc-Winnipeg and Van-JV- C-outer Blrikcs have been sellled rsl ueeinnini; lo sclllo in the 'anil museum, prs' jtrlfcr, and many onituiriefi as nhclJicr have been opou- looking to a settlement arc being -jskcd, Tliai lU'golialions arc. being i-arrird on In the hope of an early setllcmenl is admitted by dlslricl officials ot Uie miners' union iliougli operators con- fess igooninco of any steps being tak- en Co lirllig Iho slrike ivhlcli Is nuw JVI.T sir necks old, to a close. Tiics statemcal ivas made lo the lerald lllfs morning on good aullior- BELGIUM OFFERS LAND AT YPRES TO CANADA FOR WAR MEMORIAL RHCS3KLS. Ju'r 3. Tlie Helpmn minister of ihe interior has offered a parcel of laud Ju ilie iieigliljartiood of Vpres to tlie Canadian authorities for IfiR erection of a war mciuoriiil BA'.IK CLEARINGS Dank I'lcdrtuss for Hie wec-k t-Diliiij: today were as i lur tin: ujTvaiicjiOiiiK week 4 year Nicholson Formerly Union Bank Here in Toronto of jH'.OO-' .-MiipW ainl il-Hue tic vli'c which stls vol'.v b'ocvl Dill not tii-.ic-e thU IFMIO In explain all ot 'lit; euii 0511JC.T end molistrosilu1 3 lliat will be en exhibition m the muinmiuh riry, with Ujhts. on llic vlrlni'V Brouris I will he (un and Hu-rrii-iviu fur llcrnardi Exposition Will Tcnlctl City on tilt Avc. and 13th 81. Corner .Ulc-nil, ami there's Will- ihu v.-rek of July 7 in 1'J ifewcl Hi the im-moiy thp. vinory iclehr I'uly (DIT tht kiildica. Um as well. Tt-crv il tvlio Uo'jln liiai ol lU liun. Word Jj4.s reached the city of the i of .Mr.'V. W. NirlioUuji, lortiier- Jy uiauagcr of ilie I'nioii Hank here, Comjilcle Bade (or a griiiiii victory telebraticjn the ueeh or July i-jug .ci.ingP u-as _Sl rr of iJjeslorkyarJs branch of am! tlir nk >.n ]Je went lo ;-Jlr. by ihe t al advertising Mailer Came Up Today in Cusc Against Mrs. Smilh For I'crjury Xctv Vott for trcaiuicul dl-rt'afc and returned lo Toronto 'ap- pa rent Ij" cured before be su ecu cubed The late Mr. was consid- ered a muii of exceptional iibiliiy and a valued hervant of bank. Me leaves a wiuow and hnd no ]Je went lo and fur DrJghr's Die citizens yr Letl The C. P. R. employees lield a picnic lly that the would be sellJedlon Saturday last at tlie Exhibilion end of July InformntlonjUulWIiigB. In suite of the rain in Hie lli'crc may be beJiidd .the mornlnB a crowd numberine about 100 :hc Herald could not (earn but lud to- out aui were conveyed in Ii prevalent in milling circles Ibat Ihls will bo the, case. The fad (but UD elrikc relief bc-i paid by the international and (hut the Interjiationni union Is not Itotlier-' ing ils licail alioul llic strike, is caus- IIIR much uneasiness among ihc oiea.i tutcrnationa! Ei'ViUaiioua have iirac- been broken off, and Ihc inter- national officers evidently Imvs (te- nded lo make no move towards help- ing the men gel a settlement until ihe InlLcr revoke Iheir vote 'favoring inc D. U, L'. and reinstate their internal- ,onal aflilialions. The operators, it Is understood, will -ipl re oppii their mines until an agrcc- .-Hunl Is signed, and ii is Vury doubUul ivhclber they will consider signing nn igreeraenl ivilh the miners ua parL or '.he O. B. U. which the department or altor has refused lo organize. Coal whose aulos lo the grounds. fiood program of sports hud Tjecn nutliued and Supt. Mclnlosli as Dircct- r of Corcmoniea announccil the first vein, was a base hsll same clH-ceii Ihe and Geiillftmcn. 'he gentlemen being Irlmmed by the adles. score being Jteagh cled as umpire and the gentlemen wear "never 2nd event; hoys and1 girls: race. Muster Collins and Miss Bharlunds roved Ihe winners. At this point refreshments were Icr No. i3 said by the miners to iavc brouGht OH Ihe slrike, is slill in charge o( operaUon of Ibc CDJI) mine, n District No. IS. JUs appoinlnienl vas (or the duration of Ibc war ant) !o'r thrte monllis thercatlcr. i likely a IQ briiiB aboul a seUlemnnt, anJ ..ilic. ahd dislricl oliic- als will have to "'gel Coscllicr of Iheir ;iwn .That ihc strike lias Tasted mucli miser than the district officials peeled is ail'mlUcd hy ihcm. Tlic plan when .Hi? slrike was called was la every Vnhic down UglU, and bj seirlQus physical damage lo ihc .mines through flooding lo force .'settlement (vllhln a wceK. It was slated" that-there vrouM he not more1 ihjin five men all told working in UaH mines here day allcr the strike WAR called. However, ibis proved lo he quite n bad guess. There been over 10D men in tho Ga' since the strike look place, am no aUrmpl, has been made to mint- coal, Ihe physical conililion o minc'wns never .hotter. Imleod it lias hecn Improved, Repairs havi IJCCH tnudc, a new real screen is heinR in.ilttflcd, and new dcvclopincnl work Urtvp, ncen opcncfl lip- 'i'hc saiiic slor; is wkl (hi'oiiglioul Die'-district. Th lire busses, who went out Ibis lime lo ihc first lime iit the history of Ihc rtls irftl, nave practically all gone to ivovh, and Hie mines will all ready to open up within 21 hours al cr Ihc'calling nlT'of the slrikc. throughout the prairies nro uslicc. lo which everyone did lull The gents football game was staged cxi. Bachelors versus The was last and furious and luc bachelors proved more llian a. mntch or ihe Benedicts detcnsc. The were loo wide for M. B. Col- Ins ihe goal keeper while F. R- Hengh, Tralnniasior Smith. C- C. CoUina claim lip.y we're out of training. The star ulnytr for Ihc was C. 1> 'Matltinlobh.tcnlre Imlf, bti wa: able io slop the oi .Lhe Uach cJor.s forwards ivlio put the pigskin 'irlhe net twice. Tho game resulted !n in favor, of the bachelors C. Ramsay acted Jas. Referee anil the considered he--WHS co-Elar M: for Ihe Benedicls. Xext even') lafltes raco In which Miss Proclor and "Mrs. R. NV. Long captured the honors. The next evenl caused .great amuse- ment. Fool ball iriivtfh, Married vs. Single Latlicr. The qualities ilisnlny- llofore Mjgistnttb Irwlti, aC ihc vincial police court, Mrs. Catherine O. Stnlili appeared on the :iHefcil charge _ of'coniiuitiinR perjury in ihc oass of; Fonts vs. Smith, heard Ijeforc His tonor Judge Jackson In (lip district court, last May. The casp was J u which tin: plaintiff sued the rte- rendant for lliu sum of whitli he Ulcged he lent her and which, on Jit-r denial of tho same, decided lie judge In favor of the latter. The case brought up tUt question of there nol being sufficient iieccin- modation at the provincial police sta- tion for tLe detention of females ID case hail cannot be procured. The warrant for (be arrest of Mrs. Smith executed last night, and it was not until 11.30 p.m. that she appeared before the court, tlio magistrate hav- ing lo oe disturbed from Ills rest tu come down. In the fact that Chore was not sufficient accommodation to meet her case, and Ihat, accord In? io Dr. Latferty. sue was sufftricg from hysteria and a weafc heart. (lie magis- Irale felt obliged to release Mrs. flii in her own recosnizances tmlll t'jis morning, when (he charge apalnst her was adjourned far hearing until Wednesday, July IQtb. Mrs. SmUh released on Iier own recagnizances of and a cash ball ol 51000 put up by her husband. rounding leniiory etlibridgo urc aitcnd. The aural-lions are to fur- by .'he Deniardi Greater Kipo- silioii This organization one at the largest in iiorllnvrst TJit special train con Is ol bean- c.iis, and is loaJ- rtl to ilie briui with niammoili ftitrac- u'c-iis. ainiiKpLjCDis and rJcvicon, as veil as soiue ihrec himdrci] and fifiy arilsi perionners and worknujn. There's nothing iiiisEiug, accord- log ID J, II. Wbalen, special agem ol the coirpany, the organIzuliun Las rjiany new lealures to spring as a sur Re For Three Weeks Is will be assistance as be iccii In rriarso ol Lhe oys' work activities C- Robson hna been placed on he sUIi to lake charge ol the orrko arid iKjcikfccephib', two oinyr securities o[ each. According to the official who oiccul- oil the warrant, il was icn'tfl ui JI.DI., which ivus as cxpeuUiously as f1 could be served as ihc lav.- provides. Mr. V. Pocipst appeared for Pouts, and Mr. S. liall [or Mrs Smith. The latlcr is the mr.Ucr of Ir.ie arrest ami want ol ucconuuodation fur tenralc prisontrs to the aUoTuey-gcneral. Mrs. Smilh runs the shooilns1 Icry on 5th, [inil iho sum alleged ed In this ticggarr dcscrtpllou anil should Ihe City Ltaguc require any RODI! players can reonitnend lo Iiav2 been Ijorrowcd for th6 purpose or ihu' furniture and good-will or a rooming house. Miss V. Beaton and Miss Miles as slar forwards. The marreiil ladles IP.IIJJ was composed nioslly ot tacfcs anil half-haclifi and your correspond' cut noticed ihai the sUirs ot thc.ic were Mrs. K. K. Ileagh, Mrs. P. II. Edmonds' anil Sire. Corner The first goal ivas scored ijy tlio- siuglea wbcn Mrs. >lalfcrn, .goal keeper, nttor a brllllaiiL save, placed Ihc ball lo kick oltl anO woman fallen stopped j to havn, a chat someone on ihc ]lnc when one ol llic Slneles' forwards seized Uiy opportunity "and put the liisejiln In tlic net. Miss Proctor, cnjitnln ol the singles, played 9 briliiint game. When lUo wlilatlc- full 11 mo the score Vi'as hi Invor of the singles. Supl, Mclnlosh, as TC- Icvce Us congratulating hlmseU Ihnl Iho married Indies ivore lou lircii lo Jlspule Ills decisions, Members of the ciiitorldl staff the "New Voice." alleged Anar clilslic iip.per tn New York, were rested on cli arges ot coulempt IX A, Biikcll has resigned HS secre- of [lie Y.M.C.A., having butii ad- riser! by his physician lo have ;i of climate. The board ot di- totors 'nave made Mr. Manbey acting secretary. V-.'hen tLe ucllvi- Ics open up in tlie fall Mr. Manlicy Ariiuii in regard I'J the Uu'i-a pirike uf Iliu ruilv.-ity employes Division A. bemr, iliosr bus leen dplerreJ al least itirce weeks. unJ ibcn ouly on tho of one week's notice. This is ihc result o( cor r os yon do lire ihil has hccn BO- prise and treat for all wlio niteni. on. Mcanwliite nn undertaking Therm arc sunie twenty-five georKCousj lias been airlved ai by the Members and yjict'lacular auraciions. and, all, Df Ihe comiuillce of ihe men's organ told, many ot ibem are of such magul- 10 auouL and maintain A mlning school has been opened at llaileybury, Onl, complete harmonious relations as between the Ude. that ihey require car lor transportation in spite olivarious companies and the orEanlw- the fact that they arc knochcd-flown llm, nllt] ,0 flear u anv ralStUnder devices will he L he I mammoth tigers acJ lions, monV.eya and downs las well :ts Princess Ruimr.eny Hay "the girl wilh a Uiousaiid who can lell your pusL like an open Why, cerlainlj', ihere will be a ferris wheel, a ons cl special cxpoaiUou make. There Is a mammoth carousal, bcller known lo Ihu Viddies as a merry-go-round, largesi device manufactured by Ihc II. WharLon com- pany. Then there Is Ihc whip, a h ma MAURETANIA WILL DOCK TOMORROW HALIFAX. .V. S.. July S.-T The Maurctaiiia with returniiie Canadian troops advises by wire- less lliut she will dock tonight. The Uattic is iluo to arrive off tho liarbor early tomorrow- morning. The llaltic hrings Irooiis." People Now Get Sumo ttrmleyc Accorded To Cci in Inc tat ion OVI.T ihe dj criniin L'n over (he lo ihi :FE tiani as i-onjporci! Ai-roMhis lo advice ri; reived SuiifT-hUendent MacKin- losh. the- 1'. H. iias m.i'lr a ?50 ei sion rjiio for jLigli (hv Crow's Nppi Line. .'ever, does nui giyo tltc privilege of trm-L-Hinp t'aJgary. Mr. t-xpei-fs'io fd fur- or iiifornisifun as lo rttuic on thn ain line tlirough C'alpary, ii' UK' to Uivulsi' tlie sanu- al Um Boaetl of 'I radii luat-iK-oii today. PARIS. July -Thr total losses iu killed and on In ml and sea, as offfcially tc Hie day tht armistice. Xoi-ember 11. I91S, amounted (o These CiRures were given iu the chamber of deputies today by Marin in ;t report cm Ihe disposal oJ the effects of missing men. The losses oT lie tYcticIl army ivrro I.OSyJrCLi killed and 2C5.SOO mispJiip. jor Id.'J jicr cent, of ilie tola! force of Toe "leases ol IMP' navy lulalled or 552i wore killed and 5211 are inlssliis. The losses in (lie navy were pfer cent, u' Hie complement. to call Cor coal for storage 'or the coming 'winter, and once (lie The next event HlRgcd was a liirce- Tho winners were Mr. "a'sao'd ilorris Bllli Mr- II- >v- TuS' Mowcvor, AibVru'B'isrs record single vs. married mcij, result cr tons coal production nrorerl lual tlic married still hnve sonic pop as they iinlled. Uio hnchc- will not be cqnnUcd this yesr. It Is louhilul whether the Ion nark will be passed. The crop tnlliire and the miners Urlkc eomlatf tdgelher lian had "Its cf- pn liio district antl tor the first iiuc there Is u surplus cl labor. How- wllh the reopening ot iht mines hla condition will he considerably JCltCJCll- pESTHOYS. TRIMS AT NEW YORK TERMINAL NEW VO.JlK, July at the oulh ferry terminal ol Ihc city's ctc- 'alcd slruclure lodey destroyed one ,ralii ftnd pprL of another, Dolh iralns vcrc carrying nassengcra. Many ot liosc on hoard, ft. large numtcr of i-hom n-ero wonion, had narrow cs- There were many BinisallonRl by flicmcn, wlio ralced Inrt- ]crsJLo Ihe lop of llic clevnictl elnicl- 'iro'nnd enrrlctl women tint] children o Ihc ground. Aquatic Association Club Houec on Hcndcrton Lako Mcmberoliip Fees: Men Ladlci and Boyi CsnoeB for hire .Dressing Raorria And CQnvcn- lencet for BolHIng Apply R.'ANDREW SMITH Hon.' Phsne lors iill rounr) Ihc. course. The war bEtween Llie Single and Married laiUcs prpvcd tho but llic married latlics ulaitn if K. Kcagh his 220 rounds liad nol ariCd ns anchor man llioy could liavo pulled, llic singles round llic Fair GrcumlF. 'Several other events were during tlic evening after vvlitcli re- freshments again served. Tlie in- ner man being satisfied Mar- lilnlosli proceeded to present llio nrizes, Iho recipients being very high- ly pleased with sums. very dcllghiful time was brought to 'a close with a few dances. Mr. K. Kannard aslins as SI. C. ovn era arrived about 9 o'clock anil every- one was lakurl iiuutu -tiitfi llVlt 3ftlls- flcil. We wish lo heartily Hianl; the fol- lowing for doniUlqns. Plriiketl and Sainso, l.cthVjrlilgo Mcrcan'.lls Co., Scott KruHl Co., l.cth- brldgo Dren-cry, I'urlly lloullng Co, Campbell, and Home, West- ern Clroccrics, IHirns and Co. J, and A. Johnston, Ciyalal Dairy, Klrkby and 11. Terry null Bold, John Qllmorc. Willis Co for use of piano. following lor use of 9aundefs, ,1. l.lvle. A. Wyman.: II. 0. Bnallm, II. n. 11. JlcKay, 0. Mdtaan. A; llirnaloy, Allen .IncV, John Ollmore, Irwln 'Boll, Mrl.ean TranBter. Wceltrn Transfer, Oobcl Auto I.lvcrj- nml trie City Commission- era for Ilie of .'the Exhibition linllrling, Megulnr Vork-CMcago mall ser- vice, (o have.been fnungiira.lrn' wc-ck, li pcndlirs (lie nrrlvnl of larger nwc Ililncs. EASTERN BOYS! MONDAY! OH BOYS! M IrUc that out of fivo peo- ple over suffer from or Pyorrhcn (Hides' But many pcoplci even ijndcr thirty have Pyonhca, jiarticuliirly rJtcr Iho baby comet, me peculiarly subject to Pyorrhca. At such time they, cannot be loo careful about their teeth, j'.rff jiji Pyorrhej couirncnccs with lender gums. orU'ith Rr.r.i-blccding, nttoo'ih- brush time. Gradually tho guma be- come spongy. They Inflame end Ihen shrink. The teeth bccctna todCcny r.t ibf and liny ingfl in Iho bflcone the breed- Ing places of liLcftM Infect (lie Joirit- Other p Beivaro tt lliat j-rst tendcr- D255] Try I'orljan'afor Iha It positively r-rcvcnlaPTOiThcn, If iiscrl Jo lime and used conriMczlly, >io crtlioary tooth patto da this. Y CAlJy rt9 will. Erurh trclh irjlli ii, "It keeps the Icclb tlart using ToThan'a nnd a Dcaii.'-i, trct1.- LEBRATION JOL.V 7 to 12 One Solid Week of Joy on the Ave.of Mirth FORHAN'S, LTD., FORTHH GUM THE GIGANTIC CIRCUS, SIDE SHOWS, THE CURSE OF -KAISERISM, THAT STRANGE GIRL ELMA. THE SENSATIONAL MOTORDROME. THE WILD ANIMAL SHOW. THE FOLLIES OF 1919. THE ATHLETIC SHOW. THE HUMAN HEN HOUSE. THE HAWAIIAN VILLAGE. I THE FERRIS WHEEL THE MAMMOTH CARQIJSAL "OVEft THE TOP" That Eastern' Seniation, "THE WHIP" Attractions Furnished by BERNARDI GREATER EXPOSITION SHOWS Let's Go! Don't Forget the Day and Dates ;