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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta >AOB POUR HIP. LETltBrUUUE PACLT JULY 10.1013 ttbe letbbriboe P4I-.V Wf f KLY r" Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 3J3 6th Street South, Lelhbndge John_________ TELEPHONES Biiilness Office KditorUI Office-........... Member Audit Bureau ot Circulations Subscription. Rates: Daily.' delivered, per l_-l? Dilly, 'Dates of expiry of rear "dilly on address label. llhe el Is n nouchal- Unl otliluJ.; c-n Lis ion and thai of his Mlow in an Issue which required pravc- ccnsWcrJlloH with ac'.lou corampusurale to the In the evidence disclosed at iha uial or the Alhaiabra Club It '.vis distinctly stowu that all tUo appurt- eiisncts'ot the to lie fact llut it was no! an iustilution in ilie ordinary .-fuse of a club. Did tbe police realize this: And i! EO, why .ins not a strong protest ciaja to iu regard to tho company j which bid received a provincial chart- 12521 er? Surely things are vithtn purview ot tie civic authority; Was tht-re anyibing done in regard to the nature of the management ot iho club! Did it ever create any suspicion on the part of the Cble of Police! These questions are in order. Can they be silisfaclorily lowered! If the council bad suffi- position in which regard to law and order which. In the juror's leller Is fully appreciated, to pursue our ques- tions, Exact Form II Is To Tske Is To lie New Koad to Bathing Beach ll'roru CRAMinOOK, July A meeting (By Traveling 'Correspondent) CLAUES110LM. July live purchailnz by farmers la a lea- lure ol rural communities in Al- berta and Claresholui Is up to tho Blandard In this respect The U. A. Co-opontivo AliocUHon has about 150 members and considerable co- Accept- >ear uau> ance ot papers Jfier wplration "our .authority to continue the sub- icription. THE DECENT POLICE RAIDS- raids on samnling dens Wthe prosecution ot .the .city p! Lethbridse an 'nneaviabie notoriety- The Edmonton Bulletin: Has publisHefl irith tie Attorney-General which la ol the Elate of thins. which, the .raids disclosed. The Cal- would it not have been well lo have called a meeting of Indignation on part of the cltzens and to have publicly staled tbe farts which, as .the Mayor seems to regard them, lied his bands? U would have at least re- moved the unwriolesouieness which recent raids. citizens who gary remark: mates the following of the Attorney- Geueril-has been forced U> slep inio Lethb'rioge and put a little order into a fr. .Cummlngs government district engineer over tU proposed roule recently, -and successful in locating a route the construction will( be very The C.P.IL are also belns approacl ed with a view to having .a platform built along the track opposite th beach. Ihus bringing this delightfu resort within easy reach of those wh 1 i Dot own automobiles. P 1A ASSING rOHTHK I1USY MAN The Royal Bank of Canada nas es- tablished branch Lu Paris, Fran're. beeD ralsed meuioera sun operative purchasing la esteem Iv In regard lo lumber, bulUlns mil" ial. wire, posts, cement, seed grain hay and Iced. No attempt U rnado to conflict wllli Ibe Irada ol Iho general ores Ir, general merchandise. As a sample of the result of he nlerprlse, ManaEer LiW told tie erald representative lhat last spring had been savsd to the farmers n tbe purchase of see-1 grain. (From Our Own or July All aim after a few days ol rather )JIs greoablo wind. For a week our people have been bsorbed in tbo 'Natal Days' ol our oroad Dominion and the U. S. A. Com ng as they did both In Ibe same week, and Just after Ihe signing o ho Irealy ot peace, our people lubll anlly went forth giving vent to tnel happiness by celebrating as uad no teen rlone during all-the almost flval' nt anflptv Bnrt Suffering, some To price of lea London. Itumor of a smallpox epidemic lu Port Uover li denied. Bank of Montreal has opened a branch la Paris, France. Canada his arranged a loan with U S. bankers for Hamilton firemen are asking lor an inchetse ot {200 per year. Tbe lag day for SUosepb's hosplla Challham, brought -v fresh air camp has been ovene at Whltby by Toronto Methodists. David and Earl McTaggarl, Elon Man., wero drowned whllebnlnlng. of MaUn i felling tree Augusla McDonald. Quebec, n-askllled whll John Pollock was Elvfxi thr mouths In the London jail Jor Illlreat- ing his wife. Sir Robert Bordcn will address the .AlbcrU' Industrial Congress on Aug. Ilkaly lo bo undertaken Ih'i suni- er. accordlie to lion. Dr. J. 11. King, Inlstef of public vrorK'a. A broken nil" was ihu caiisu vl a T. It.'freight train' jumping' the rack at Sarilta. Leonard Barnea, aged 11, of Ul- oicrir.-had bis Jaw brokoh by a kick rom' a coll.' _' W. J. Frank, who resides ul Frank- urg. caet of River, wAs Instant- y killed by lightning. R.-R. Ftlrgerald, of Calgary, was warded Ihe degree of U. Sc. In arts t McGill Unlrersity. The new quarters of the Army ttni Navy Velerana In Calgary liave bcei Completed, and arc occupied bj he members.- Ucsides Uie club quar ers, tbe grounds have been 'or tennis and lawn The barn and macblncryghed be- .ouglng lo Henry about nine miles south of Hague, wag struck by llghlnlng during (ho night of June 27 and burned, (ogelb'er with sii liorsea and a complete let of machinery and harness. Calgary's disciples ot Wallon havo organlied Iho Soulhern Alberta Angling association, (ho object ol tho asEOclatlon being tho co-operation o: local anglers for Ibe propagation o good-sport and co-operation with (ho In the preservation of the same laws, and -tiie restocking streams. There are occasions when civic authorities sho'uld-npl stand on their dignity. fl'' coniiderably mined camBlonces this Under tbe excusable. 'with Ite responslbUily he feels as 'chlefilagisirate It could not he other. realize that, with all the i.Mijqr to say litre is ranch Mip potaL to explain, ihe con Edition Into which Ibe clly has drifted liiJ to our minds does not alto lethei- justity that condition, nor" I to the mora! welfare o city thit lllngs as tley have bet Ilhouid have been suffered so to b -withoui' some effort being made to .'oyerconie them. It IE not a question the people are concerned to the relallonj which exist be- city and the provincial between lie iliyor and :.ii! 'AltoVneyG To use a common expression( there be mjpJifirg nalare of 'passing I'D a matter o[ such mportaqce- as Ih'e1 moral welfare the city. Thing's come to -a down" In regard.to, rpora] conditions ot.the 'city and ia'settled, policy in reraVd to the Eatne' should b's now comajo.v. "V is- a., little "public long ago. Tie recent raids have served one UKfuL purpose. It points out thai there are certain things which need remedying. School of Agriculture and on the grounds o[ the citizens of Ihe'-com- munity arc all doing exceptionally line this year and tiey not only, add much to the beauty of the town but also provide nn enjoyable shade these hot sullry days. In'a few vsara Clares- holm will present a pretty.parklllro ap- pearance! years of anxiety and suffering, some going to Calgary, Lelhbridge. Ray- mona, Magrath. Cardston. Milk River, Dldabury. Lakes, etc. Miss Helen Anderson is on her way today to vitit friends in Turin tor a fortnight. Mrs. Drimler and son George were Lethbri.dge visitors yesterday. Mr. Goodenough of Morrison, Illin- ois, is looting after his land Interests in this vicinity." Rev. Jlatheson returned from the General Assembly of tho Presbylerian church held Jn Harail.lon, Ontario, and gave us a most Inlcresting address on the day set aside by Ihe British Em- pire and their allies for thanksgiving lo God ior victory alter so tremendous a struggle of Hie'in our beloved Do- minion as. veil'as those great and wonderful countries beyond the seas arc at 1.30 p.m. unf Cornelias Shawno was elected bead chief ot Ihe Kettle Point and Stoney Polul Reserves, Improvements in the I'acifio high- way between Vancouver and Dlamo THE NAME MASON R1SCH PROTECTS YOU Every hearing this name Is absolutely guaranteed. For over 50 years Mason t Illscb. has meant "the best" in Pluuui It means so iu- day. All slits all rainy and on caay lorun. Aik tor free style, booklet, Balmoral Bioak Hcmo of V.lotf oil" July trees i These services'arc at grounds of the Provincial furlher notice Is given. We regret to learn that Hon. J. M Nelson has sold. in thl province as we'lear'il means a los presence, his wife, liis son, Mr. ana tiro young lady daughters. Mrs.'Harold N'elson aid ;VrJeyGeneral. As the Chief. of the city they for the unsawrr, "'state of affairs that have been shown jto exist- In these circumstances It rightfully asked whit the conjunction wltli his fellow hai done in protest of dilficulHes which hit TVorship he has_ been faced. V'-in all that'a clean city means it rrtnnol be conlenaeo'lhat It Is a wlie rpollcy to take the path of least resist throw up one's haniifl, and say helpless." The people ei- more grit In our., civic rulers this would Imply. What appeara -fo: have been-common knowledge-lo .tie- clllzena EhouH have been common ikijowledge to the civic council. Though "the Mayor in h'is -otfice la primarily reiporialble, the rrioral weltare of the' 'ctty should he .'viewed as something' iisji which the civic council is respon- sible. Has Ihe, Mayor been adrijed "by1 the Chief of Pojice. as he should 'hTve been there were cendttlMs'tti the cityjfai regard act FALL HYE FOUR.FEET HIGH. (Spsctal to The Herald) PfXCHER CREEKfMy rye over lour .feel high' hccr- grown this year on Ihe farm" ot Upton, 22 miles south ol Pincher.Creak. He has a four-acre it. was .sown In August 191S and pastured in fall! He believes it is z. valuable crpp fot-Sputh- Ma-ler Bobby. Mr. Walter and his son llr. bloyd leli Ior Spokane on Monday. Ws trust an extended visit ot two or mpro months will Imprqve the latler'E very' rohoi. tons.lituy.on and that hi will return to take up his position a; president of the Adult Bible Clans. Jtr and Mrs. naybum and. children are visiting their parenli in the moun MONTRBAU July thou- sand employees ot live plants of the city and district have submitted an ul- timatum-lo their firms, the Steel ;ompahy ot Canada, both tin ern Alberta. Peter'Robcrts, 71 years .old, one o Chatham's respected citizens, died o Sunday.' has been brought to light in regard to the gambling Institutions In' thev city should help to prevent any.recnr.rence. If there are any impediments against'-preventing gambling and other vices In "the citj U is time that means Were' practically deviled for dicating them. Tho ilayonicas shown fightinu qualities In hlr.'Iotter. These should helnjhlm to overtomeiwhst he reckons In the way of pre- serving law In the city. We'havo a small assortment Of OXFORDS AND PUMPS still for your also" A nice line, of- While Cloth Bals, In High and Low Heels, in sizes to lit your feet and In styles you will like. Don't tak? your Summer Holidays, without a pair of these Summer Shoes. l Ladles, i6 your ohance for serviceable, seasonable fool- wear. J- _ '_" _ J. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK 7th STREET STORE EXPORT TRADE Manufacturers con tempi iting the exten- siqn of trade in foreign countries offered the assistance which this Batik's world-wide business connection makes possible. The experience and facilities of a depart- merit of the Bank" devoted wholly to foreign business are at your command. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R. T. BRYMNER, Ruia'itr. J.H.S. GORDON, M.n.ger 'J. V. STEEL, Min.gtr and'Lachlne plants; Colonial Fire Company and the Wlro Company, ol Tne men-dlrcctly affected are' the! workers employed, by. these I rms, but It is slated that In Ihe event f a'strike taking place other cvatls f the steel company who have also resented a new schedule would also j ecoroti Involved. The lime llmil of the ultimatum ]sl Friday and If a reply Is not received before that day either, granting the terms demanded .o.r consenting to negotiate regarding themj a strike vote will be laken. REG1NA, July Col. J. A. Ross D.S.O., officer commaniHng M.n. No 12, la soon to rellntinlsh his command and.retire to civil life. In an inter-, view with the Canadian Press today, Col Ross stated that he hoped lo he relieved of Ills mililary duties at an I early dale and had intimated his wish to Ottawa authorities Borne time ago. He wished to resume the prac- tice of law as soon as possible. Prominently mentioned as .succes- sor to Col. Ross arc Brlg.-Gen. G. S. Tuxlon C.B., C.M.G., llooae Jaw; Drlg.-Cen. Alex Hoss, C.M.G., D S.O. nnd bar, and Col. J. R. Parsons, D.S.O, Honor, bolh ol ---.-s-.- has the nil' Veen fdeWed" In counci 'tti some steps on lo remove tii evil byja.proic-Bl'in the name erf 'tha council: 10'lhe''Allorney-Geieral drawing attention of Ihe lega department' tbe ,proVince, to (hi under city wa: p'tfcedJ We aie not.aware tbat an; action baa been taken. -..yfurtliermore-we may ask wbj lii the spirit of carrying the war fnt Africa, use should not Iiave been mad representative of Provincial.Lecislalure to brio ihfi" unsatisfactory, stalo of thlnfs, a apprised by to Ihe noli assembly'? (Tee bpportunl open lo air Iho city's grievanct and. .through Us represenatlvc, hife Bought to enforce a remedy. 'His are 'aware, tak the attitude that it Is not for hi tp-tllctale to Iho Provincial Cover -Surely In (he re.iponflibllKy ought Id feel .In the moral .welfare In not a'dme for ceremon jt JjftioL.'jtlJli (He' the Issi' a CABQ of fitaDdlng nn the order j-oiir going of going at once. V wlBl lo be fair to the Mayor tunucll', b'nt'it li difficult to co'idonr MlOlPEN ave Been Manipulating Fish InduBlry in New England Bad BOSTON, July to the ouse c! correction and fines were !m- osed totfaf upon 17 men connected Ith the'financing and management the'hsh Industry of New England, hey have been.found guilty of con- plring to raise the price of Ilah In war time and ot creating a monopoly. r. 51. of 'New YorX, presl- enl; Krne.st 'Jatncj, 'treasurer; John lums, Jun., msrragcr, and Joshua Paine and J. A, Hlch, Jlructora ol the, Jay StaAe Kl.fhlng Company, .of aine, were sentenced to Errve one each, and Mo pay. fines ol ilOOO, Twelve other men. connected with a'ubilcllary or associated firms o' Ish dealers, were given sentences of sli months each, with 1500 fines. Son Icncc wa4 stayed In each Instance a ruling by tile supreme co on exceptions taken during the trial CONVICTION CONFIRMED REOINA, July tourt of ap jieal this morning lianded dnwn a clHion confirming the conviction Frank Jlycrs, at Saskatoon. HOPE TO SETTLE STRIKE OF TOnONTO TEAMSTER July orfi still" Iri looliiuK lo 'a se llomcnl of Hie ttamalers slrikr. whi is serloil.aly affecllns liic (Icliv.'ry a collection ol freight In Toronto. T falhviv shoils are alrcwly li METROPOLITAN LIFE THE, LARGEST LIFE JN3URANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT .OFFICES SHERLOCK BLOCK Will yoiirSni'iiloyer cohlinue lo pay your salary lo. your family aflcr'your If nol, why not have your wife's name placed on the pay roll ol the .METROPOLITAN LIFE no that In the event of your death tno Home can be kepi going as usual? This can be arranged dcposlllng wllh us annually a small sum of money according- lo the amount ol salary desired. See any of our Live Wires, vli.: T. 0. Ourr, F. A..DentOD, F. A. Fisher, J. C. Hanrahan, Win. Hurn'dall, Joe Miller, anil be up-lo-dale In having your family protection llxcd up in this manner. Hot Not on Lake Superior! WHEN mercury playing around m'llit.uppir and wlih Henry Fard would invent A you over ilop to rerriimbfr thai th. Lik. SuptrUf mvtr riiea ibsv. 48 i Whil if ilm't Ih. for long Canidlin Picifle rniHo five-'diy Irjp Fort Williim to Port McNieoll. and which you em be cool >t in EiVimo and ii cemfortabl. >t i Now Yortc cluhnin. Roomy eobini, the btit of broiled LaVe .Superior en dock unci.r lh> awninge agalnat tho long, northern iunletr-and_ bneze from K thouiand mil.o of clean, pine woodi, on duty twtnty-four houri in thi day.- you find you'vo got more ilme than you eovrted a.waek Nipigon Rivor, fsrty milot from Fort William, with (juldii, oanoM anil cimpfirci'jr.d wliite water' under tho more tpeckled Iroul thnn you know todo witht further'pirlleulart and r.nrv.lioni, ipply For Information Apply J, GORDON Depot Ticket Agent What Cash You Need When Travelling more particularly, when sums arc best carried m of a Letter of Credit, issued by ThcMerchanU Bank. Thiaold ejLablisbcd form of international preferred liy many experienced Iraveltera betauw ot ila absolute Bocuritjr. LetUrs of Credit afe caihed onlr bj or banVing corporsLions, and tfter Uio Identity of hblrlcr.i is established to the eat is faction of tne bank 7his lafety, and 1os3 anil thefL THE MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, l Flirari, Miritger, IFrcm Our Own CprregnoniUnn.. Superln tenderit'noblnson was'looWne up 1m provements needed here laal weak. S( -U "-rta'ncan Is -nulIdlnB a fence for J. II, Wallace CO. on the White i aer place, on Sec. 28. Thuro Carlson has. taken a place' with II. Jledlauf at Saie Creek for. a months Mrs. William Hunter and 51r. S. P F.'nloy attended the 4th of July ilampedn at Hayre, Monlana. The'Onefour IXKQI U.F.A. mot Sat- urday evening ot Thure Carlnon's place, with a good nprlnkllng ot ladles pioscnt, wno discussed the organlia- (Ion of a U.F.W.A. The principal business tranBaclcd f the local was tho passage of the following political platform: 1. Wo Indorse tho farmers plnl- form aa adopted by Iho Canadian Council of Agriculture. We demand the bullrllng of a nranch of the Canadian National Rail' way through southern Alberta and soiilhern Saskalchawan between Ihe Intefiiillonal boundary and the IJJtn- brldge-Weybunl llnC of (he C.P.R. 3. Wo demand the reonamlnallon of oil grazing leases by a competent commission and the opening for set- of all land suitable for agri- culture now held In finch leases, 4. Wo ask for surveys by th6 Do tnlnlon government lo Jclermlne the feasibility of Irrigating lands In south eastern Albprta cast of Uko rakowX ami loulh of the Cypress Hills. u. We favor tho election ol a fnrm en' cannldnte lo rcpreiscnl Ihn Medi- cine Hat dUtrlct, In the Dominion par- lla'menl who -will cxclr lilnliolf to pro- molt Ilifc IntoreulB of tho farmers POMINIQN Bicycle and Motorcycle WILL SERVE YOU WELL1 Everything that you could for, in eaiy ridlne, lone ttaunch. wear ard free- dom from ordinary tire troubles, you will fini in "Dominion" Bicycle and Motorcycle, Tires, They are "UNQUESTIONABLY THE BEST Be sure to ask your dealer for "DOMINION that have, proved their high quality and dura- bility under erery condition, Sold ty the Leading Dtalcti ;