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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 3. THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD. MGENINB 909 --1919 A Contrast (By tho Travailing Correspondent) It U Like Her And Gave Her Poison an he iirssheu tho I troir.endsut fit tnn in ohly Lon utEtrlots R9 flail nortii o( Onriiibei hr.E IfjmefldoUJ then JnWti IhVUnd flail trtlch tlrc-ugh B Sod Houwi No Sod otablei tod common to th. ow to 1809. several "fcand box" or c ay in IhBie everywhere looks, the pi.l doted line frame barn. an modlow comfortable family res Ol J fo'aftr nrrlvlM rod on the shack or tbe straw slack od walled stable. Llahtnlng Another practical decoration and besides that of the now common light nlng rods the line shelter belts of trees found on i MciUra boon jitneys Siiif'rwtty. mth torao lourlBg while ott VHNN1PBO, July S.-MBBHobB's dlr- et leglaUtlon act. passed 4t the 1S15 testion ot the provincial legislature, imttaoentallon ot a prit-elfecllon pledie to 1915 by Hon. T. C. Sorrli ,ad the Liberal ii unconsl IB UoMl. A decUWn declaring tbe sUt ili. to vires, was own today iu by Uie Imptr- tal prtTT coTinoll, to which tribunal the nalWr wai "twfed for oonstHntional int.rpruUtlon Tbe de- ctalon DMUB that ttatule Uoi oa the statute booU moribund, ano of for camouflagt. Balltd cart la SitttrPaa. to need sc-'io h ndy rciuody for Sunburn 'Tlinrn DcjalcflC Sore Place liukh bcco pr6vii3 tobetBe beet lake proc.rn.-d In the same way as the lightning rod. that they era not common. It Would ha without a doubt a great benefit-In the whole coundryslde if more oould be planted and inoro of trees could grown as shell- belt! around the farm bulllding. o potriltilo'n'' Forestry Department snoiild boost '.Ujfctt .business as Pn B9tically as do the lightning rod Irrigation and Education In Ihe ti iga'ed districts much pro- ind toady Improvement .has won H 1 Quito sight to see ho w ler pouring iU invigorating in- luence through the field crops or along an; avenue ai lall folige-laden "Education has kept pace with other progress and schools are more com- non and tho .chool Tans now travel maw treiU and the farmer's family BOF rid- to in slreot do the children In tne city. Proouwd From Soil Today even In Ihe dry dlslricts. a ot community conditions iTl909 tbose of. 1918 shows, an ImproTement due to success es end Ins over Ihe series of ycara, even useUte lhat advocates of rtirect legislation In Manitoba will begin at onco rroparaUon. for the drafting of a new InittatlVB mid referendum bill. which will go aa tor ai i-oailble not overstepping the iiANi NAMED PARIS, July i ViTlanl today chosen cunimltlee of the chamber o I deputies to examine treaty with Germany and report to the chamber. though in BOBS tbe, crops we're fa and lii fither. tKat 'much ofthls hbtlceable iniprov nient. lias, been- due. .to what, the BO has, produced.-; .'in the lean years a. lew may.h.a become discouraged but as the plonec looks 'back to. this, day Jo. stood lino 'at the Lslhbridge Uu4 OKI and balances his accounts o! That., owned then and 'now, he (mils that.h has" 'lifosDeretJ Indeed. r _ i'Bymbol dt (be faith In tta future- is -moEt e-vldont-at the blaCK; amith Bhbps. of the, country towns where tromrmom to -nlsnt -the anvil sounds the anthem bt the harj veil ol 1920, p'reparatlons tor .wlilcU ere even.no-w -beint'. 'mads thfongh preparatory aammer (allow' and break IV to Orad. V Anderson, ArrowOTlth, Ar- ur; Tom; Bro-a-na, Mae it Emll WINNIPEG July Joseph Peebles, belonging to the Feguls band of'Indians, 100 miles north o! WIsnl >eg it believed by the authorities tc lave been a victim of poisoning an BD iDTMtiJiatlon of the case is pro- ceeding. A son-in-law of tbe deceased it suspected ol hiving administered the drug. An analjlls of Ibe contents ol tha woman's stomach been or- dered. Wm Travers. Ihe son-in-law, wno 11 is stated, bad taken a strong dUUke to his mother-in-law, Is.allegcd !o have 'said that If did not go back to her own home "he would put her out ol business" This threat was made lol lowing an altercation as Mrs Peebles' remonstrance on tne manner In which Travera had treated Now is the Time to Use Aspinwaii Potato Eprajers SOLD BY E. A. SHARMAN Co. HARVESTER CO. AGENTS ur eseiarltls, Charles; Borwit Emlli halmer., Duncan; Clarke. Muriel loddt Cecil; Dunlop, Jaraea; Ford, Harry; FalrbankB, Calvin; Fisher, Laura Mary; Fuller George; Hnrndsle. Elala; Kins. Doris; Kirk, llnnle; Laiii. LcifUmaa. Tom; Mailing, LJly; McNab. Isabelle: Mav- Annla; Nalsmlth, Hugh; Phll- Torllla; Phillips, Varker Florence; Ross.'Ethol; Swedish, Nick; to Gride II, Ms wife. WIBUB Bttdte Sumnar, -Jean -il _ Al- loldle, cock. hert OniWchuck, .vrehle Ooldle .Sadlo Moore, riobln Morgana. N-abb. Etna chuck. Poche, Arthur brimn, Armour, Don- i Nelilimre, -Floyd Kasl. Earaest Birent, BIllj-'Mpldy, Harold Norman, Etaa-Ixvekieird'-Ma BBnokraltla, Ui- tie Martin, Roy Brent, Fred Hall, Mar- Florence Palrliauks, Vio- Halston, Alfred Outtrychuck. to'Grade 111 Georgo Sweaisn, Helen Crabb, Annie Fox, Frank Thom: is, Dorplhy Bumhatn, Hugh Brett, Mllflreu Sullivan, Al- Aley, Jcaa MONTREAL, soldiers returning :on: the Grampian, which dogked here IMS' morning, was Lieut "O liT Slullin, twho won. tho Victoria Crocs-at Passchendaele. Octolier; for capturing -a- man pillbox witli- its .score of occu- pants: Ueul, Mulllns He eslly BSl'd that his pertdfmanci! was THES TAILORED FOR STYLE and stuck SIUCK. m i killed in battle W a bullet ch ck him a gelt had bee n a struck him at a ,5'pol -There ho Him- en cirfjlng' tho who all I1RQ "the Grampian waa brought .1 by Capt. James -lurnhull vn recently sppolnledia commauder_ of the Hart smith Arrowsm! l u Raal Style and Semce at a Sentible Price MEN'S surrs lirown check, belted model, hand tailored Dark, blue check, waist- lino inodel Hand tailored, grey check Iweod, doubto breasted Special, blue serge, Eng- lish, worsted, fail color..... NBlsmtth Marjorle lUmsay Alfir Palsnell JaniEs Ooldle VII joe Moirlss Margaret nitclne Har ry swlngler, Ljlllan ger Ka Ue WvrOttok laura Onsedale Alex Tom WEterhous. Vary McGowanTlfe.Ie Gordon Kerf, ttto Funnel] Millie Robert Anderson John Talhof FrancU At rmrsmltb, Uteri Bess B UuTtred Holmes Charlie Vabll Parker, Edna Brett pave Dun uemt .vjiui-i i ish Empire. Captain Turnbull, has commanded a'number ol 0 S ships Including the 111 fated Km press o Ireland b.t sunk a couple of German submarines He waa port officer at Sydney N S from 1917 if HELDS.S. Discounts in White Shoes TOMORROW Ladies' White Canvas 8 inch t'tJJfc, military or French stlmg re- gularly and good value at Tomorrow _ Women's White Canvas Slippers and Pumps Neat, comfortable and siylsih. is selling Saturday to clear at I 48.00 48.00 45.00 45.00 RAIN COATS English gabardine, spring ond tall coat, very stylish garment, OC ftfl belted................... 03.UU Brown check tweed nain Coal, wov- Dark grey tweod effect, 90 nA rubberized............... 4O.UU SILK SHIRTS All silk, delachablo n A A collar Fancy stripe, good welghl, ft excellent valuo at w.vu Eitra heavy all.silk 6ord- -1 O Aft cd clolhs, 19.50 lo ifc.VW GOLD BOND SHOES Special for Saturday f A TC KCgulaf )14.00 {or RANNEL PANTS Orey strip C A ft 3'UU White with wide blk. slrlpo c ft ft for While with alrlpe Aji Regular for All wool English grey tlsnticl, regu- 9-50 Fine range of samples from wK.ch to select-fit and workmanship the besti 606 Third Avenue South-TWO STORES-31S F.fth Street Burnnam Harold Charles ?S Richard Funnell HMen oy. Kenneth Iledenstroni, Clly lar e. Jones, Willie Lee, John Martin, Lucy Moore, Elisabeth Morns Pnisnell Florence Phillip, Robert lYeeT 'AnnroTf Swedish, Sieve- Swed- ish, Elaine Thomas, .Inez Jenner -Grade V. to brada VI. wniiLPt, niorge Oabbl-ne; Lily. AdVltt Arthur" John' .'Chalmers, Tnclnla Dodd, Join Fuller, Waller Gelger, William Boolli, ._ cran. Idn river bottom. HUFNERTHE Mnrv Lizzie 'Margaret Logan, wllh'tho young puoinu. efine' of children and adults left the Clladel in cars at Id a.m. for the select- ed place. The first and principal item of the day's me was dinner, Matt L axie 'Kaisicn, Swedish, Jf.ck Thomas, William Wllletls, Beisle WatBr- Sarah Ward, Alex Linnlng, Hector field, "Alice Fc Marion Ralston. Ot me uay a when all sat down to ilio many good things lo eat. All young people were well cared for by Sergl.-Major Bro. JIundy and his workers, in providing the ice cream, soft d-lnka. oranges and candies. In the afternoon parlous gsmes such as cricket, football Bm blsehall were greally enjoyed by bam and guards. swings were also provided tor the tola. At 3.30 p.m.' great cscilemeh among the.yo'iing people was tho var lous races different classes in the Sunday school. First and aecon prizes given in each race. Al 6 p.fn another feast ot tea, fruit and cak were partaken of, Great credit for tbe success of this enjoyable.day IB PARIS, following doct- ......ik ill A allied onu Ing the conlinunllon of Ihe supreme economic counicl, was announced al the 25th meeting of Iho economic council held on in some form an Inlornation- al conatltulion in economic mallen should bo continued uhtll the duo to Mrs. Adjutant Hamilton, Jlrs. blapham, Candidate Clara Clapbam, Mrs.'Da'wabti, fiva Oawaon, Jtrs. Bar- nard, Mrs; JInndy, Mrs. Frayne, Mrn Tullock'antI slsler Also Sergt Jlajor JIundy, Scout Leader Dro Krayne, liro. J. Chamberlain ana J ScotLs This successful Domlnloi Day was broiisht to a close al 8.30 6iil with many recollections Of th day' greatly enjoyed. Adjutant lane Mrs. Hamilton also Sunday schoo Third iViu ONLY i A OFF ANY CUSTOM IU MADE SUIT should bo coniinuea iimn mo UU..UM. Mrs naniiuou of tie league of Nations has hud an woUtm.wlih-to IhanK Comrades an poorlilnlly ot C6nslacring Iho present jot'lto Mrs, refreshKen s ositlon of the economic slluatlon and imd prizes and dbnallona 10 mi Hie .supremo economic cbuncil for Iho on" dorallctt of tbe several Bbvern- rocnts the method of consullatlon hlch would best answer the pur- lOse." Dr. Ilrick'cr can golf as well as pole vault. On July 1 he stepped out (o Iho links and won the Wright Shield wiih a net Eooro of 'A, Fol lowing are (be scores under DO: Sir. Hep 11 12 10 Ne Scr t S S S S IK Or. J.S. Uficfeer 94 tt, J. Dinning 92 Ur. Fox........... McLeoa 96 D. Iliime....... 87 AlMraws iri Iho hole coropellllo must be played off this week-end s lhal the finals may he played (iff b licit Wednesday. John uiiltqT lilenhplra township farmer, nil) be Iho farmers iml labor cannMate M the liominlon llousa In North place to Spend Yot Vacuum side trips Into beautiful scenic spots. Tho Hotel Slrtthcona provides every comfort mod erato coal. TEA ROOH For reservations HOTELSTRATHGON A Home for Those Home. H. W. SHORE, PROP. ;