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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE uvrnnniuUE; I HEUAI.n MONDAY, JULY i Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'POINTING COMPANY, LIMITED S23 6th Street'South, Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan President Manning Director John Torranee TELEPHONES Business Office.......... Editorial Office r.ud recognitions ol steps ut- ostnblirfiraeni ol ji'lni I.I.WH , councils: lo pfurts1. iMiUlri-u i-xtenstoii of opiiartirjity lo reicii liifrhi'st that the is lie put Into effect in all wort ro'n- t'.v tlie Govorn'UiUl priCv-iyU's nl Jtir.QLTatic macasiv'Licat iun bo ibat the report Iv jiriuicd for general iribuiion ih.'.l if ihe IKMiiiniou Uuii'iil b.'.s not power lo legistue ss pwi-ofe3 by t-jinralsiloa a ol'.itr repte- E8 WIO, GLEN10D FURS HAND HOW HAS- Wmm. Mauaser i ferviKe. ol I'lvmitfr ;L> represenuitive labor iiiirj, and ctn- 1252; Covers, te taJ'.cJ lo Oiuvra In order reach im'jniuiicy OIL sack I'djuts1, arul ;o :o purify prc-seiit Provlutiil j Dominion legislation bcarics en rela- tions b-jivreen employees an-.! ExMbilicm or liayoiirt the Crowd Expect to Sfart Work Soon and Slay Gel Wnter from Dilches Before Rain (From Our tlu'n July Jay evening, Julie 30tli. a welcome homo joula) was our soldier boys, uli of whom are home again, Memfaff Audit Bureau of Circulations Rales: per weeX -la per year 7.5i> 1 mall, per year 5.00; Weekly, tr mafi. Per 1-50, Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 5.00 irs. A rccomaipncUticm cf a highly neeil- i charr.cler is iliLit ol Ihe oat en 1 i cuslv in t UlCilL D[ ICilUiLtLlJ COlUlClls. '.urriej our should XCKIIL'- .brlr.'sms 'about A closer relauynsblp j auJ tma'.oyert. wi1. on only wlwli KKfiiT industries now oiist bolwetn. Dates ot rue ,.o Thh eipiralioa dale crf-aljon ol -6 teller umterslandins ;ind the very desirable Eeoflwt'.l 65- 5.CQli.-.l between Cap-tat and Labor. Tlie eight hour day ii A pollcy wliich has come to he accepled by dally ante or papers alter is our authority to continue the teriptioti. The cifciis ot! Tony, who bad bis at Taber where -r.iuiijins coualry I'.e cipecU to live. Tna Glemvoci veleraus by boys who went overseas are: Kddtc bia; irklic a tost Saiage, Stanley Jleld, Ernest Law, eor.lributci .KCnor- Jim Tasr, George Burgess and Tony coo'ilns hut denied Johnson. The main amusement was istire o( tho day to] iluDt.jDj. Tho II. 1, A. lirls sail; it 'hi- Invnhs and i jers of the King" aud O. Hk-barda DzL'L-j; NMurc- toa. was kind.1 two pieces of original Terse en I -U i'-.o f'.ie thumicrej "Our Soldier Boys" and "June.1 !a till! her bcav artillery, j Onc week Juno 23rd, EJdle 1 Savage surprised ivha shall we say of his marry ing Miss N'ellie Stewart. They both e attendants demanding better pay ml shorter hours. Only two doctors, cleTlt aud u storekeeper remained ,ion schools ivuo havo been working a attend So "05 pariditj. n! Uuicm jlck. have presented It to the ore or the lunatics escaped mid scholars of Kilmonton. Canada, ia rcc- ercd nboul the country. The strikers j ogultton or Iho eallaurry ol the. new sialed In (no escape of Me bad cases. KMiiiootOfl solJierj. The demands of the strikers were granted later by the authorities. Ftar a Republic LONDON'. July The Irish Union- t Alliance replying to a manifesto sued recently bj the Trl'h Dominion W. D. SI. for Adding asserts that Iho first act oEjlou, was Conservative uy freely electeil parliament lu lull NiuOidaie. oulrol ol Irish economic and military esources would ba to proclaim on m.-iny employers. It is not only In the i'orlcous, Grand Marshall; the THE GATEWAY TO WATEKTON PAH j f r ECnOOl -UL-IITJUII Tho -coming convention the Al-j'.merest of Labor but m 1UC o[ Wuh escort or IM the 'Just for Iho V-iriiile iiu-Jl payo as her contribution la i-.iu.--e ail d.iy. Tbe first OVCT.I 03 ibe prosra-.i, KIS ths SMnd i wiih tUemselres to IS'u Put ono over us. bu that be Las mane Ne.He school General berta Motor l.eagus. to be held in the inieresi. In Its cipcrience it has city this month, bus in It j prorcd to Lave bteu in Importance to Lelh- i iucreasinc -eiFiciencv. Nationally it brldgg in 'the Way of development. may be said lo be effitacicus in ihe being 10 arrangements Is proposed'lo sion trip to Walerion ID (he itinerary" lilniD are" to be the.lour, and in iheie films a [Cent ion will be drtjiJi to the which, under ihe jrhgalion schemes._ihe jour- uey Tilljbe films'.wlli be ustd' IE'" tbe'-'tourist propaganda -with which Ibe Department bf-Tnides and Commerce IB al present engaged. Mr. D. W. Johnson, Director o' Pub- licity for Ifce Trades and Commerce Department, has -been in the ciijr and lias orfered every co-opcratlon in gir- inff tbc'proposed tour Ibe publicity It needs. No inan has a aiore minu'te tnowledEe ol Waterion Park than Mr JohQson. He is entoused with. Ike i il contains and tho. lolential'.tles tse parS possessses for becoming an internstional tonrlst centre. the potenlialiUes mean earing It has on national benllh. o! the bTOgramrat" ol organ- zed Jjbor has been embodied in ih--1 najority report Stale insurance, fls iroyoscd is on democratic lines. Thai old age is a provision prs-emi- .ently The susgCEiJoa ol a conterence ot Premiers .ol the provinces at Ottawa o arrive al a uniir.mity in reeard to eglslalion where authority suta as iu ihe eigh', hour duy, is one rffhich circumsiances warrant. It Is he only Eolullon or tic diiricullles r.ncers: decorated autos, car- Things wrH so radically wrong i Georgo Uurgess remains single as Ion alter his return from overseas, aa KIcn'B Mr. (aod Mrs. T. Robinson also left on Friday -_t9..visit friepds nortli Mr. and Mrs. Haney and family and Mr. and Mrs. Cochell and family, o! Hush Lake, Sask., who have been jnfesU of Mr. and Horrigan, let ror-hcme.on 2nd; returnjng br from Aetna, where she. has teaching school. One might fearful from her fnlk and actions thai -slio malady, has left body, "over Time will tell, Rosanna refuser- Pray for Irrigation We are praying rain with one hand nnd .talking water ditches with the other and it looks as though we; will get ihe water ditch first as ar-' ranffements are progreaalne; as ly nfi ono could wcil wish. Either be Very welcome. Sherwood, Myron Baylon and: orden are back from Ihe north- ounlry, where they have been pros-! ecling Cor nay. They found hay, put j n a bid on some and arc now holding 1 eir brealu for tear they won't get it. The prospect for feed for stock next; inter is. about aa promising .as ,lho rospcct of a grain, crop. H wo are. etting a rnlld dcse of what Is coming' in the hereatter we certainly will he handed "some -bunch." Odd Dudley and "wife" arc'home af- or an absenco of several weeks. Mrs. has been imrter for ler nerves at she had a complete breakdown following Ine 'fin. She been i is reported lo be- so ill lhat hts frlenJs as lo tbe result ,ol his Eighty Iho'usantl dollars Is lial amount that will bo paid to each A Genuine Piano is the Mason Risch No poorly made toned jilano will bo found In our stocX You will flnd nothing but qual- ity and every one Sold on easy terms al prices from "Factory lo Home." Ask for Trco slylo Balmoral Block Keme of the Vl ol Iho highways act-and not ns stated in the first Canadian Press report. Subsefiuonl payments will be on the hunts of impuintloD. Denmark has borrowed a large sum of money from America to cover Iho estimated expense of re-unillngSchlea wig lo Denmark. Frank Hogg, while ihlngling the roof of his mother's house, near Sea- forth fainted ami fell off, being In- stantly killed. William Groensldesi of Toronto, aged nineteen, employed by n farmer near Colllngwood, was drowned while of the provinces under thp provisions bathing In Uic N'otlpwasaga River auto. Roy Easlhopc, .Idti" yards, J. .'j Bayonet 2. JEearson 1.' Williams, .2; Vay was serving til recently with the Canadian marines 333 taken a position Jn Tilessrs. Blen ner-Haslell and Horrlgan's store. On July 3rd, after trial ID the Tabe Edwin Ixing, ol Pur pie Springs, was" sentenced to pay arid crisis and bound orer for on year ,lo keep Ihe pcice for harfng1 on June'SOlh assaultidjp-lth bodily ham- Mr. of PurpL Springs, and a neiglibor. H. G. Myer appeared for We defendant, and B, L Cooke.for The case wa tried beforn .luslicevLaylon and Ju: tice On Friday moniiag. Mrs. Georg RIddelL met with a''painful accitlen I'olc Taulting, 1. Dari's, 2. H. Van (in lifting a' pan of bailing water fro. Orman, Tenlj Vflth swards, the stove, she slipped, spilling most o Hie water and scalding her leel, limb nnrt .Mr. Ihe Cbautauqua ad- reported greatly METROPOLITAN LIFE DISTRICT OFFICES THE LARGEST. LIFE INSURANCE P 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK IN THE WORLD WHY YOU SHOULD BUY METROPOLITAN .POLICIES BECAUSE It is it Alulual Company; oil profits belong to-lbe-pollcj- holders. BECAUSE all Us policies 'are participating at rates. lower Ihan.ftny olber company In. the world.' _ BECAUSE your famliy needs tto protection. BECAUSE delay U dingerousr' you may not be ablo to gel -one to- morrow. 1. II. G. plRlowi Tent peg- ging n-ilh 2.- jVnn Onnan. on .hprapbaclf, i.: 2, II, jimp _D_... 1. u. Pearson. 2. Jpnacn. afternoon anil in the eve- folrtc.l wheelbarrow 1. W. Kor-1 'w COMMISSION ON INDUSTRIAL DELATIONS The comrnfisslon In Me has -f come lo tome which If go a long way to bring About 'a desired1, understanding bi? IwecK and employed. The it ninkps have been vonclaeiy1. placed afl Leglalallon for a maximum vrork day of .eight hours with real of'npt Iflgfl than 24 hours, minimum Wage, eApecfalty lor vromtut, glrli .unskilled labor; also government act Ion to relieve unemployment through public T-orkj; to help tho building flf homes; lo re.iloro liberty of shops nnd to estab Itsh a bureflu for promoting Industrial (OuncHg to Improve Employers and Immediate iiiqiifry by In HiiKgeated ivilh TJfeV to early to Ibe eyAtetn nt.proportional Jcglslallon Jn nlccllonfi; also slate jnani-atlco Blck- Jrieis. In-yalldKy" anil old age.' Other Bargaining, jutyinenl. of a living riRht of 'tarvkOTs lo organ. cd lo term By ______..... who Is by occupation, 33 a'ri auin'orliy on-lhe committee dot's Is duly noted and It to inforna- lion from an expert witness, thai in he thu committee and tbe public alike. And thft other merr- of that committee arc no more lualllled BS ceosora than (s the chairman Re- view. The Ontario paper expresses what hould lie an 'accepted truth. Tahce agenl for ihls year, arrived In afternoon anil in the eve- _ ,....._ ___ Itli ,lhc guarantors to or- ilin, J. A. Mrtran. l.-jganlie for: the' comtng .nssembly on N. Jensen, 2.'McCarly. August -The following officers and committees were appointed: Chairman, J.''T. Wlllard; Bccrelary- W. C. Illount; chairman of gtaclc race, 1! If. What Is with tho town Council snd the local1 V. A.'.Con- a b'g push for two ihreo captured German cannon to place a't the base of future Veterans' Monument, and oae or' two Canadian ileln eung to stand a.t the entrance o! the new cliib house end to be ined [or the Tiling ot -Eilutcs on special TJitse are coming lo' our boys. Tlioy have more than these to thtir 1 congratulate Messrs. T. Stratlon, JUcbarrt J. Wat-, Kins K. Marah ,on succeaslully papalng llit-ir Alining Exams l roccnliy in F. Tliaclirsty on'betMirirrg hto 3rd class ccrtllicaie'. Mr. and Mrs. .7. ,1. EIHigTncJer mo- tored on Tharsilay IG Lakes to a few iiicrc- On Fri-lay Mr. and Mra. W. A. Illen- ;inil Family left by tuito ticket committee, K. P. Jlunro; chafr- n ol advertising committee, Jlr Maynard; chairmr.ti of. grounds com mltlee, 3lr. T.. Henderson, and chair man ol reception committee, Mr. R" Anderson. The Chaulfluqua program this yea- la OTIC ot Ihe'slrongest ever present cd In- Taber, and the efforts ot Hie committees, will be lo make .this ihi most successful assembly yet held Only 500 tickets ai the special rates will bo'put up lor sale, so Uic puhH 13 advised to ancak early. On at H 3.m.; lh homo'or-AIr. Dan McMMlon, Tnber, Mr James Swan-Stetson And Mlsrf.-Mar Warner PrlnHc, both of Taber, wor unlte'd in marrlaEQ by the Rev, A. C Hryan the presence of a few !nl male friends. Tho bridal couple Icf tmmcdlalcly lor I.ethbrldgc. and lienti will proceed to. Calgary and IJanff. on IIKGINA. July Kxtensivn ltillngs are to Lc erectttl o N'. M. R squafc at the fliiarlErs-.of Ibe famous forcn he I'orry annou new Ihc ea- erf'. up fn lfi6 near fuiure, lie utateil Lhr-i he not In a p'oaitinn to give details, Tho new building, lio halil, would placed on the south side ol ,lhe Titmore, I.arRo >mrrac.k.4 lor I'm n5 .wftll aa ufuccrn' vt-fll h? creeled. Crtll M. Diy of Easl Xl.-so-jri. (JJt'f) ol a kitk a 'noViH neater and la cooler (or summer wear than a nice Oxterfl Pump. t hnve a nice range at thcan in all leathern and In Military Cnhan or lhat you will gel a comfortable (11 an well us -A Toal atyUsh appcaraiicC wlih your footwear. 1 We triov; how to fit your leal, and relieve your Tool troubles, ASK TO BE FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON Go. GHERLCCK BLOCK 7lh STREET STOfiE Hard-Wearing Stockings that Require Less Mending That's what Buster sire, for we designed them specially to stand tlie boisterous games your boy loves.'Made them with a two-ply leg and three-pJy heel-and toe, Made them from extra-long yarn spun in our own factory. Our employees have had ycnrs of special training inknitlinjj Buster Brpwtt quality and good looks intohtelcry. 'Yourboywlllripi comfort uiul neat appearance. Buster Brown Stockings arc young gentlemen's for all occasions, 'And you'll1 find thcy'rio wear require less mending. You'll find It takes leas money to clothe ybUr boy, Ask your dealer for "Buster durable hoslcry< Sold everywhere. The Chipmnn-IIolton Knitting Limited Hamilton, also at Wclland BUSTKR v.. SISTF.R'S STOCKtNG loaklng llncklnilalB (ititdcrilt A Ennllfli lltle Is Aliipc.1 10 nt and ffcdri itrj Color.- LtnlhcrShjdt Tan. I'ink, niLet ;