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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOE FOUR LETHBRIDUE DACLY HERAW1 FRIDAY, JULY -1, 1919 She alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Jordan. Tluu is how should I st-use wtai of us. la ill i i-.ud oeiy circumstance it A'ould nol V.' wise policy lo allow ourselves to i be rt'sardeJ as betas led by way- in tiio prosresi ot the Travelling REFUSING TO BE DRAWN. The Great War Veterans have decid- ed wlsi-ly iu Jcdtclas ific- iaviiailoa o( D. McKtnzIi', the U-adcr ot the Director Liberal Oppos'.iloa, to send delegates Burinesi iu.c coruiog at Ottawa. I in ihe refusal taey qualified the stand [they bavo taken In keem'ug stool politics. This is a judlclo'JS [determination. The vetc.-jns have wisely sensed that it would lie foolisb to allow tbern- i selves as a body to be made tha tools i oi any particular organization. Should Member Audit Bureau of Circulations tbey have, decided otherwise they Proprietors and Publishers THELETHBRIDCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 323 6lh Street South, Lethbridje John Torrsnce TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1'iirade, Big Program of Sports And All ihe of Honor Pupils .15. Subscription Daily.- delivered, per Dally, delivered, ijsr year by mail, per year 6.00 Weekly, mail, year 1.W Weekly, by per year I 1.0J would in tbe IODE run lie made the instruments for I'ulliug chestnuts out 7.55 a', the fire. The same spirit which has caused e association of war veterans to Dates ct expiry of subscriptions ay- iiear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers expiration ctae is our authority to continue the sub- EC riptlon. LETH3RIDOE AND THE INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS. The visit of Mayor Brown of Medi cine to the clly. in regard to the Travelling Industrial Conjress which: be vUiiins Ihe province In Aug- ust, baa tended to clear the air in respect to thst visit means.' At tbe Board of Trade luncheon, in what was-i lucid address, .hB outlined tbe possibilities of the new industrial aloes with others, has been arresting hte interest. In regard to industrial possibilities iii connection the city of Leth- bridge, we maintain the stand we have taken that tbey cothe second in point importance to trie development of our agricultural -resimties. Particu- larly it Ibis time we realize the 1m- portauca of concentration of effort aid fnte'resl in regard to the Irriga- tion schemes which are vital to the present a.nd future of this part qt.tiso. province iNofiing should be allowed to interfere for a moment to draw us tside from what is to as acd to the people ot thfc district a main consider- ation But T-hen we said this K does not follow thil we altogether tllad. to -other .tat' vbicb. we cannot are; ttungtobe desired to follow the j of the irrigation.-. projects; are in v; Tbe city, wltioat going out of Its way to nake" thJ pfiijortunljy, has it created Ihe Industrial agitation tliat has been going on has been evinced in their attitude in regard tc any atfil iatiou with either of the t-.v? parties. Tbe veterans as uu indepemi cent body can gain more than by an obliteration of tills independence being hangers on to any other body or otherwise. In tho stam Ibey hare taken they are to be com led ia possessing a wise discre tion. INDEBTED TO SCOTCHMEN In the decision of the. Imperla 1'rlvy Council that the "Mahitob courts have tha right to grant divorce provincial rights have been sustained HtralJ> FEHNIB. July Day isse-i oft yesterday with ideal conditions, a record crowd ml a rerortl breaking display, in tho no of floats, decorated -cars and icycles. The parade was nearly a halt inile r.ljht. The hall jvas crowded to the limit and daudng Vas kept up to a very late, boar. U was a grand day; R record crowd, a record aud a flae program of sports which passed off with scarcely u hitch from the lie- ginning until the close of (he day. Tne Orost War Veterans aad tbe lac-tes of tho I. O. D. B. bavo scored a decided success, aud the pooplo wore all happy over tbe result. Mr. It. Hose, acting chief samo jnspector ot the province arrived iu town Ust evening and will meet the members o' the Kernlo Itoil and Gun Club this evening. Mr. Hose reports a revival ot Interest ia the protection of game, and tho provincial police de- partment, uti'.ler which he ts working, Is making a great effort to improve the. methods ot protecting this greit asset ot tbe province. Honor Awards, Fernie Schools Tlie foltowius the names oi pupils to whom rolls- of honor were awardej at the close ofschool oa June IIAIALLGBOB Our July '.Vlth PA AICKED UP IN .SSING rOU THE UU8Y .MAN the A third labor paper is started ei- i at Turonto. wm. Reid, will becoraa pastor church at 1'owassaii, Onl. CLOUDBURST WASHED OUT C. N. R. TRACKS WIN'N'IPM, July re- pairs will be completed by tonight on the 15 sections ot the Canadian Nat- ional Hallway track Iu tho Rainy Klver valley which were washed oiit by a terrlfio cloudburst, the worst of the season, early Wednesday morning, Ijftrge'gangs aro now at work and Uie track will he passable by tonight and will be permanently repaired in u day ie hesj decorated car wont to "the lae.-ot 'Mf. It Avaod, driven for tin by Jos. Letcher.- cubs of Fernier 1( was. called tho with _ Division L. M. Burnham, teacher. Proficiency, Rose Sofko; deportment, Mary I'uillandre; punct- uality and regularity, Leonard Hes- Doris Reid, Gordon dilapldi______ and representing Colonial Times, will four young ladies dressed In.'Colonial costumes, also drew special notice. But the great asset ot was future mt-n and women of the Domin- The satne rights have been accorde Io >lak, Jlatry Rahul, Archie White. Division B. C. Stott, teach- er. Proficiency, Dronchess Spaniol; Edwin Bailey; punctual- ity and regularity, Lome Hamilton, A. L. JIacLach cepllon of u fev; very light showers, j the district has received no j. po' rains during the past week, though io[ (lll rata has fallen hi heavy showers a j lev mlies out la districts wliich need-1 j H cx-M.P. tor East Mld- ed It badly. The outlook for a crop Is daily being steadily reduced, and there Is a growing feeling that the veterans voted against the crops this year will not ba mucb it T. any larger thsn was Ihe case last Calgarj Kratultj Former Judgo N. "W. Tronbolmo. ot Montreal, is dead. Her. W. J. McLean, of Hanover, will becomu pastor of I'resby- terlaa church. Beraard JtcAHUler. former tax col. lector at Cobourg, dcail. Niagara Falls Counnil look the ilrat steps toward borrowing under tho Ontario Housing Act. Cecil M. Day ot East Missouri, aged nineteen, died as the result ot horse's kick a week ago. Tho salary ot County Police Masls. tralo nrunton. ot York County, has been Increased from to a year. Mrs. Loveless of Alriollasburgli, i dropped'O.ead while visillng at the home or" her sister, Jlra. Calnan in Belleville. While plowing, n farmer- dropped waist deep Into a barrel of whiskey someone bad cached on his farm against the coming of the drouth. Three raids oliNew York headquart- ers of radical orginlzallons gathered much new evidence lo bo used in the Jor Mrs lies.' in. tha 10 our own province. In .connection with the decision of the judicial commiUca of the Privy Council In regard to lha right of grant- ing divorce by the Manitoba courts, a vjeference has been made to that conimjttee, at .the time of its siUingj Scottish paper. The Glasgow Herald figuratively, preens, ils feath- ers and 'with allowable pride draws attention to the 'preponderance 'of Scottish judges -on It.' .U. remarks by accident .or design, a remarkable fact that this judic- ial, commilttee was composed of four Scotsmen and-only one" Englishman. The'Vour Scotsmen, it continues, are Viscourit "Haidane, who is .a former tori ''Chancellor, Lord former Justice- General, Scott Dicks'onrLord Justice Clerk of Scotland, .an3_Lord Shaw wfcp had for years.beeB a'liord .of Appeal. The remarairil memiier on the case Is Lord Buctmaster, wtfo.Is Sn-ei-Lord Chancellor.'' "Scot Ian d." says the GlaEgow paper, "must feel id Inn, teacher. Proficiency, Florence ion, a J Billsborough; dept in hand and with shiro; punctuality small Canadian flag high aspiration in-their hearts. It risil o( the TraVeiHng .Ipduatrial Con- gress, is rlghUuliv. regarded as a coadjutor to'tie Bureau of Research 'now established for the purpose of developing the natural resonrces of the abundance of men from the north the produce la the welcome to the the highest possible position in the' legal world who are entrusted with deciding cases which are brought from Travelling the cities of Edmonton Calgary. and Medicine ire taiing a prominent part. 11 in nolbiij! eUe but In a spirit of co-oper- otion, in the truth thatwhat conduces to tie welfare at certain portions of the province should mean tbe welfare of the" province as a whole, It bdhoves Lclhbricige not lo stand aside, but there Is something beyond this, and that is the wise looking ahead. The personnel of the Travelling Congress fs an influential one. Its scope" Is Ibat of viewing the land. If .m hive prospects In store in regard fo industj-ial development as tho of agricultural develop- inenU it would be well that they should be seen made a-note of. It should nut be forgotten that the irrigation projects If Southern Al berta- hate been much talked of. We are fully sensed with Ihe possibilities they hold forth. Would U hot be the .of wisdom to allow others the opportunity of flensing them with ben efil-16: ourselves, derived there- by? We have at our doors, in the Coaldale district, something ia minia- ture ot what the whole of this part ot the country when irrigation general. The visitors, should it be" so arranged that Iher be here, kill .be given the opportunity lo Ihe future by viewing Ihe par- ticular Irrigated portion at'the aouth country. To go to extravagance in re- ?l gard to-preparing for the Travelling t'ongress would not lie 3 wise policy. :r But If it means the, expenditure of a ffl few hundreds of dollars In welcoming members, no one can gay that the ium fa spent would be unjustifiable. Mayor Brown made It clear that it Iras' not a-njiestEon of money but ot all parts of the British Empire.'' No one will grudge the Scottish the legal fame men of their raco have achieved, attention to which Is drawn by the Glasgow Herald. With no de- traction their merit it.inay ,be said it Is not surprising that Scotch lawyers should hive arrived at ths distlactlon the particular tuea named have gain- ed. Lawyers, as a rule, are wanting n Imagination, aud a lack of imagi- nation may be said to be a trait -oi Scottish disposition. However, If lack of .imagination breeds good la.w- Scotland has much to be Justly pronn tit. The Glasgow paper does no barm in exhibiting the spirit -of the coek-o'-tbB-north. was rather a trying ordeal, the long march and counter marrt to the public where A. I. Fisher, M. L. A., addressed them. After that Secretary Clarldge. announced the prize win- ners and the parade broke up each In- dividual. or groiip .16 'Trend Its own way to the City Park for the alter- noon sports. The program ot sports, was- a long one, but everything passed Bff in good order. -The