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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUK LhTHBHllXiE1 IM1M MEHAJ.U WliDXKSlUV. JU1VY 9, 1910 letbbrtbfle letbbrioat, Hlberta -V t DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and i HERALD HUNTING COMPANY, LIMITED 321 6th Street South, Lelnbrldj' W. A. Buchanan Prwident and Managing Director Torranct Durtueic Manager .isrk-uUtral InleifSls of Southern Alberta lias its silver linlnt. That linlns is that governments, unless ihey -ire willfully blind, mast have come 10 ioe ttiai i_-J' Dally, delivered, per year Dilly; by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year mall, per year to U.S. 3.00 wise physicians should make as-? of It. governments History of beihbridge. Gave Away Whereabouts After His Escape of competent jurisdiction to be hold ,al Lethbrldge. was admitted to ball In Ihe sum of }5TO- Accused PMCB Day usher internal peace- In regard lo irrigation ibe farmers now know what they want. they should gel it. The Rotary Club Is ever to the foro in the arrangemcnis it has already made In rasuru to the Peace Diy. Dates ol expty of ap- ear dally on address wcs, ot pipers afier expiration date Tho ex-Kaiser's late Is In the bal- ance. It Is not however, for 'soft sawder" with regard to him. cs, ot piper Minority lo continue the icrlption. FIGHT: AGAINST THE ONE BIG UNION. In the industrial unrest that hes Hide llself only loo manifest recent- ly, there were miny aiih In honest Labor. who did nol lose Ii was repea C. B. Bowman has ihe right view itben he says that Gait Hospital shnulii be a pleasure not to Ihe cltiiens. a burden The present Is the lime for econ- omy. It is well that the policy is being considered in regard _to the Gait HosnlteJ. held thai. In spite of eilremisls :hc heart'of Labor. represented vy ihe-men who spend more time m vork than in talk, was sound. This belief Ms confirmed, in the reaction :nat has now taken place In the cam- jalgn -proclaimed by the Dominion 1'radta-and Labor Congress against One Bij Union, wiih H..A. Rigs lenefal organizer in'western Canada. "Labor has much-lo gain If wisely ed Tand' much to lose if i't suffers is' be led astray by Irrespon- ilble.exIremisU. Labor has come lo iee that many o( its demands have considered --Jutt oy those who enquired closely inlo Ils condl- iloni. -Tils' has been inconiestably proved 'In' tie lincHrig of the Mather! 'Commission. The new movement nade by Labor Is a wholesome one !L'seeks Jo purify Us ranks from the the radical element who 4eeV lo-sel law and order at defiance in'd arrive at what they de- lire creating, anarchy and dia ?'pne ol Ihe weapons of these dan extremists has been Ih'e sym jalhellc strike which is Ibe prmclpl -in which' lie 0. B. U- Is based. They i alluring bail which tha 'leluded'cannnt but have learnt Lo sorrow Ihey have too carelessly, iwaltowe'd. The men iia "are .those who have, a .vain beli-.f :n. ihelr own logic and ire neither :enTpera'te -in their argument nor. In language. _Their business Is to .nflami men's minds and this is Iheir itpck In trade, In many cases their :inly trade. Honest Labor in defence of itself Vis" now started ils own campaign lo itself of these irreconcil.ables. In :hls way It.'wili-rea'ch its goal by es- the ''pitfalls' which, with a fer- that clouds, reason, the extremists inwllilngly it may' place in its Present conditions show thai it would be nothing; less than a crime 10 refuse irrigation to Southern Al- berta. In the prospect ol having the meter system of water 'supply installed, it is time that ,every cilizen should discuss the policy wilh himself. Leihbrfdgs opportunity lo how. that it tio.y.s ,hnw lo celebrate n the.coming public Peaco Day. July Stb' sboull.- tie: i unlniiej in the U Our Own July very stnsa llonal irlnl was he'.d yesterday In Ihe Oddfellows' Hall, before J. Lindsay, J. P.. of Vulcan, when Hsr- oM Cliue was arraigned on live founts. Including IheX arson and treating jail. In tie Alberta provincial police court. The trial was held In Ibe Oildfellows' hall on account of its sensational nature and the crowd of people who wished to attend. The accused and all concerned are well known locally, and the trial has ex- ciled the keenest Interest la the town anl surrounding country. The ac- cused, It will bo remembered, ruaile a remarkable escape from custody lu IhJ local Jail last January, nnder ex- ceptional aud mysterious ctrcum stances. He wns Iraced by the Al bena Provincial Detective Agt-ncy through inforjnailon supplied by Con stable Allen, by his wife's leaving Iho accused's home ucar Klrkcaldy In wagon and trekking softlh. Her-move- ruen'.s were closely watched, and when she Joined the accused, her hns land, the arrest was easily made. The crimes for which'the prlsone stands accused are as-follows: 1. That he did, al or near Caam the province of Alberta, o or about the lllh of December, 191S six pigs, ihe property of'Thoma S. Clifford. 2. That he did, on Iho 6lh of Jan !iary. 1919, at Vulcan, escape from he Alberta provincial police cells, a prisoner in cuslody. 3. That he did, during lie mont of October, 191S, at the old Blackfoo reserve, steal and take away on stock saddle, valued at ?1BO. 4. That lie did during the month November, 191S. break into the Doml Ion Express office at Kirkcaldy. A berta, and did steal two parcels (From Our Own CarrteponuenD j ORASST LAKE, July child- ren's concert held In the L. D. S. church by tho school children was a great succeai. Milt Mabel Klew m the chair and acled wilh (real credit. Procession 6f the Flags of Ibe Allied nations was very toad. _____ ____ -_- The tlnrtag of Beatrice Hall. Annie the Stale of Montana by the provincial Salvage. Mary Reasbock, Katie, Kittle, police, having waived his rlgbu. un- Harry Hughes, and the recitations der the alradillon- treaty, and elecUd bj. too many til to name, were to to AlberU ana fland his trlar was represented by his >ouniel; Mr. L. H. of Vulcan, and Mr. Shaw, ot appeared tor the crown. Harold H. Cllne was arrested In niCKED UP IN lASSING lunlBrtly. Dominion Express matter. That he did, during the mon of June. 1919, burn down a barn, Ih (Special to The lATNDBRECK, JuVj lown I Lundbncl: lying 70 miles west of and at (he enlrance ,to he Crow's Nest Pass, on the Cana- Ian Pacific Railway, has Just had ompleted one of the finest aleirk- which will equal anything la the vest, and the Livestock Assoolallon of the district has Instilled an up-to- date set ot Fairbanks-Morse vfelga- scales, and the stockmen of the aro unanimous In declaring bat the yards are well fitted to care of all shipments in the future. The provincial department of agricul- ture have appointed Mr. A- JlcCulloch a's sloct Inspector, who will regulate all shipments of stock lo and from this point. Mr. McCulloch ti a well known slockman of this district, with wide experience In handling live stock, and from the promplness and accnr- ency with which he has already ship- ped the number of loads since tie yards were open for shipments speaks well ot his competency to take care of all the slock shipped from here. Anotherd feature as to tha advantage: which shippers will derive from tho proad of tha clmas ot children we have In Graisy Lake and the succeii all Ihe more remarkable as organized and conducted bj the chlldnn wllhoul outilde aillilance. The funeral ot Mr. R. Z. McNabb wu told lait Monday, tie 30th Thire wu a tarfe both of friends and the Matcni. The 56.- vke wu conducted ai tin houie by the Rev. O. 11. Barrett, in9 at Ihe pave the maionlo ctrernony. Flora tributes were many. llr. Canon Is-at prelect part of the mala strasU ie result of tie iradlng may bo I ll llie a houae cleaning, very'uncom- fortable at lie time. The lit of July wns ushered In by a good rain. It spoiled several picnic parties, bnt taking In Ihe demand for rain' we eay our holiday was most pleasantly spoiled. FOR THE BUSY MAN Tue croy of tmall Valley I' said trulls in (he to be good. JURY FAILED TO DETERMINE WHO SHOT SOKOLOWSKI WINNIPEG, July Mike Sokolowskl camo to his death during a rioL ou Salur- The- SI. Oeorge Memorial Church, Oihawa, wbeu bulH will toil about tE.OOQO. Laborers to the number o( 100 em- >loyed at the Halifax Shipyards Iruck for more pay OQ Tueaoay. The dale of Hie Calgary "victory stampede" baa been fixed (or Aug 25 to 30. The real eitate exchange of Calgary which has been Inactive for years has been revive! and reorgiulwl. The Grande Prairie Eleclrlc Co. Lid, has complcled arrangements by which a modern plant will be Immed- iately Installed. Mr. Justice liyndman has given Judgement against the Edmonton Sat- urday closing by-law as being unreas- cable aud discriminating. The residence occupied by Mrs. H Gs-anl, Kosalaud, was destroyed b> iro on Juna 21, owing lo the water ressure .being very poor.' Two .ouses next, one owned by X. -Palcn ude, and Ihe olhor being empty were also burned lo the ground. Valer was finally secured. from the mlnej, and the.-'flre was '.prevented rom spreading further. Forest, fires in tho Nelson district assumed alarming proportions, and nilivlduals havo been urged to exor- cise the almost caro to prevent new properly of F. W. Galloway, Champion. Mr. Shaw, of Ihe firm of Shorl, r- ural'nsfuf coifs', afriiht -ne then the develbpioc pf-i Eoiithe ra Alberta's nat- ural iepojirces shnpe of: rivers should' ib'oy.' of: THE DUTY Conditions In Soulhern Alberta the present drnaght are undoubl serious. Thera Is no necessity I TV .'or "disguising the situation, io that i is .one which placed In !ls true; ,lght has to be boldly faced. Tne present slate o{ thlagB undcni-' ibly proclaims the fact thai-there is liuch that should have been done Vhlch liaa been left undone by respon- ilble authority- Thcra- has been tco nuch ol chasing the ebadow and ueg- 'ecling the substance. This la par- clear with regard to the Immlgralton policy which has been lursond. -There has h6en too much endeavor :q bring In settlers, HO far as Souther: 'ajberta IB co'ncerned, and too little lone toward retaining them when here. It only requires a slloa jfoa abch as the present lo bring I iJKbl Bhortcornlngs. The condition a- In'-Sonthern Alberta cannot be n prded 'as .altogether a rare one. I has of. periodically showin however, a tribute t iii'e soil tha't temporary set-backs hav jene recarrlng good tea Jn'sV Bill It-is a time that these EC Sacks should be overcome. That Ihe :an be It js I the necejary provision In water.' 1 thing" as dried-- up coul i cattle to perish' from Ihlr ifiould been allowed je. 'in tie Interests ot settlers vl i i art been IndVced io come, proylili sjaJLlt iuch conllogencics ought hive bien ..liade. >Vhere duly H .V paw plainly poluted'by condlllo .are to-day. They-..are Ehat.the responsible authorities ehou Ulio'iille of and endeavor to gaa iKalnsi future. y an there In Ihe proverb: Ir! every tf tl fraaenl cloud lhal over t orrMnndaT' lir-lbe with -the.' postmark Ross, Selwood, Shaw and Mayhood, of Calgary, appeared for Ihe crown, and the accused was not represented by counsel- The evidence of Thomas S. Clifford was to the effect that during the month ot December.last he lost seven piss, and- upon information received, he communicated with the police, ob- tained a search warrant; and searched Ihe premises of ths accused. They found ihe Insldes ot live pigs In -en old and. also r.ftrt of the carcass of a sow. They also found some of; the carcasses In a straw" pile owned'by. the accused. "A. B. Sansaue he was present at lie sfearch and assisted Clifford, in. locating ,the. flqlcB pigs on the premises of Ihe prtsoner.v Louis.Selland, F. F.. Fox and W. E. Walker gave corroborative, evidence lo that of Clifford 'and Sa'nsome'; The accused, alter having been warned by "not wish l" to make a staleipenl, apdjWas com- milled lo tie next coqrt of. compe- tent jurisdiction to be held-at Lelh- bridge. Evidence .was. also submitted in connection with charges 2, 3 and 4 yards at thh point Is a plentiful sup- ply ol good water at hand. The mid- near i die fork of ths Old Man Hirer, a moun- 'ain stream, flows past the yards, EO hal live stock can ha -watered within day, June 21, aj the result ol receiving a bullet wound through the heart fired by per- sons unknown, was Lhe verdict of the coroner's Jury sitting on the case last evening. The verdict added that the evi- dence showed that a number of were fired by rioters, and there was nothing to Indicate that Ihe shot which killed Soko- Music in the Home Music should play a More important part in everyday life. Tho good old tongs and melodies you like BO well thould bo board ollfcner. II you un't play the piano buy a MASON A RlftCH PLAYCR PIANO Sold by us ou easy Uruis nad nt "Factory, to Home" Ask (or Frso Style Booklet. MASON RISCH, Balmortl Block Home ot tha Vlclrola" fires. Mr. Prowd, the district fores- ler. points out that the majority pt the fires w.ero caused by pure care- leEsne'EE, helped couE'derably by Iho extreme hot weather and high winds of Ihe last few days. Bush fires east and west of Fcrnie havo caused much alarm. A special Iraln was made up, carrying fire fighting apparatus and several members of the city flro de- partment, and Eonl to Natal. Mr. on'd Mrs. Halcli, well: known In the district, left thare last fall oil a prospecting trip Into the -heart of the vast country north of Summit lake. Taking supplies c'alculfttcil to last through Ilic winter, they were accompanied by J. Groy. All wero experienced and though no newa of them had come 'IhroiiKli since they left Glscombo Porlage. no nnxiely was felt on Ihelr behalf. Now comes lha news that Mr. Hatch and Ills partner were taken sick In March, just us their supplies were running out and Ihey wero planning to return. Hrsl Grey died, thes Hatch, Ravine Sirs. Hnlcli nlone wllhoul supplies. She was found In tho last stages o! weakness, having supported life alone for Iwo weeks on the fleah' of u cal and two saulrfols" and Is now nt Porlogo slowly recovering from tho effects of tho awtul exper- a short time o'f being leaded, and an open lan'se of good, pasture surrouncl- ng tho -yards. From 'statistics, gath- ered from the farmers of this district it IB .estimated that thera are lorne- tilng.llke head of and cattle> ranging In Ibis district within 30 miles lo Ihe nbftn and'sbiilh and 30 miles to lie west. The Lundbreck district is noted for Its good pasturing capabilities.' Hundred of borjes and cattle are shipped pattnre dur- ing months from differ. ent polnls on prairies. The Union Hank of Canada hag OS Ublished a branch in Lundhreck wllh Morrow aa manager, to take cart of tic business ead, and there Is no loubt that. J-iundbreck. will some day jccome a very largo live ship- ping centre.. to which the accused rges 2, decline d to re JEWS LOSE, LIVES ply, and he was committed to the'next.' court of competent to he held at -on all five counls. In connection wilh this case, Clar- ence Galloway appeared In tie pro- vincial police cburt'al'Vulcan on the 7th inat., charged 'that he dld-'on or about the llth o( December, sluai property ot Thomas Clifford. Evidence submllled for Ihe-prosecollon wna to" the Galloway wa's mixed up. with Harold R. Cllnc In the theft at the Clifford pigs, and that he did assist Cline to cache them In the straw pile and also acsisled in doing nway the In sides and Siding the carcasses itf well'. There was no evidence for the defence, and the accosed was mauded for trial at the next cour LONDON. July Jews lost their lives in the course of. operations.between the rtussian soviet forces and those of Gen. Gregorieffj commander ot the Ukrainian antl-Bol; shevlk army which has been fighting Its way northward from the Black Sea, 3ecll Hsrmawortb, under-secreUry of oreign .affaire, Bald in the house of commons today in replying to a quea- ion. Gen. Giegorlelt, the nndersecrel ory said, was slated lo be strongly anil-Jewish In his sympathies. Prices For Scats And Accommodation Are Being Asked in Paris STRIKE HOLDS UP. TORONTO FREIGHT TORONTO, July and outgoing freight is-belng held up'here by the strike this morning of about 400 teamsters and truck'drivers of the Sheddcn company, Hendrick's and other freight delivery .concerns. They ask for a minimum irageof J25 a week, In lieu' of the J75'per month and bonus, which Ihey now receive. Negot- iations for settlement are In progress. PARIS, July (or the cele- ralion of-Victory are caring complellon. U promises lo e-lhe In-the- history ol -Fabulous prices are being ask i for. windows'and balcony .seats lofig Ely set abJ fqr-holel ccommodatlons In the'clly. ln Iho vicinity of the Arc de Tri- omphe, especially, the prices paid for he rental of a window for two hours, would provide homes for Indigent film- lies for years. For a single window or blacony seat from JGOO will paid, and price 'of a 'Ualcony situation inlawajr-.lhc1 Place de Con- the Arc ad- vertised at There1 are accom- rnodatdins on thai balcony tor about 20 'pcrlons. Hotel keepers are railing their prices from SO to 101) per cent. fo_r the week of July 10-17 turning mil gueaU of long slflndlng' lo r'oort tor prospecting ylsltors. 'More men.arc al work preparing the'celebrallonJ WHITE FOOMAR We have A "small aSsorlmenl of OXFORDS AND PUMPS atUl for your A nice line of Dais, In High and Low Heels, In sizes'to (11 your feel and'In slylea yon will like. .Don't lako yonr Summer Holidays without a pair of these Summer Shoes.' Lsdlea, this Is yuur chance for servlcpable, seasonable foot- wear. _________________J______ W. J. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK 7lh 3THEET STORE WIND ijp DOUVRECOURT LAMP C6MPANY AFFAIRS TORONTO, Jnly ffctlHon for Ihe winding up of the DouvrccourL Lamp company has been lodged the trustees of the John Amolrl Mc-Kce estate, Donald W. Walters of Belle- W. D. Ross and Mrs. C. A. Me- 'Kee of Toronto. They allege Hint tho company is Indebted to the ealale to the extent of anil Ihnt It lias aasignctf to Iho .Standard Corporflllon Ihe hulk of atiOt9 wjih'dol oblalnlng- the (briidn'l of c'rcdllbra of satisfying thnlr claims. METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WOULD DISTRICT OFFICES Ml SHERLOCK BLOCK MR. MAN: Will your employer continue to pay yonr salary W'j'our family after your decease? H nol, why not have your wife's .name placed on tio pay roll of Ibe MKTIIOI'OI.ITAN MKM so thai In ths 6Tcnt ol your death tho Home can he kept going as usual? This can Ito arranged Tjy dcposillng U'illi us annually A small sum rjf money nccorrtlng lo tho amount of salary ileslred. Bee any of our Livo Wires, Viz.: T. 0. Curr, Donton, J'. A. J, Wm..irurndall, Joe Miller, end'bo in having your family prcteclton fixed up In thlfl manner. and special and air-tifiht package. A aoody that is worthy your lasting regard because of its lasting quality. Three flavours, r all tastes. WRIGtEYS ;