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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta HE tETHBRIDGE DAILY, FWWSY' She letbbribge lerbbriDflf, DAILY AND WEEKLY V and Publishers THE L'ETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 Street South. Lethbrldge W. Buchanan i President and Managing Director 'John Torrancft Business Manager TELEPHONES aiMlneic Office................ Editorial Office................ l224 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Riles: Daily, delivered, per week .....5 .1' Daily, delivered, per year iM ittlly.-by mall.-per rear....... Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mall, rer year to U.S. 2.00 Dates of expkv o[ subscriptions np- pear dally on address label, aica o( pauors ilier .atplrai ____ .to continue the. sub- "cription. employees wfco have by ether than governmental iuslliu-' (ions ciumcibefaMlif spltY AnylMns ia Ihe nature of anally Jews not hold water. Uut when a'l this U consid- ered, there open to the UoTommonl a polky of (enkncr without detracting from authority. The postal workers hire learnt their IL these circumstance? we are in accord with lize opkilon lhal, w-JlbD'Jt muting it an obligation, ihe G overuse at eon tiler ibe claims o[ ihe uion in it? case pf that may arise. Nothing win be lost ia a policy of leniency la ials regard. At the same time, action of this descn'pUon hioald only be rightly I But Rain is -Badly Celebration at Burdel on July 4th consideration and no' lly as a a right by CONTROL OF RRICES, The eotiral ot prices, wilh I to (la; rum of or erst E-p pin 5 ihe mirk recently brought lo Hob'., is 'a subject which is exercising the ol the consuming U is a subjiM-'t which, wfi admit, is on a which needs the most careful consid- eration.-bul none the less a policy ol .control of prices .15 oae wMch forces itself. The policy has beeu argued from all sides. During the time w.ir prevailed, il was argued against in lhal, if adopted, it would curtail pro- duction which at tie lime was the alJ e present lime, water has come to be as an asset of no Hulo im- Economy in tub use of 'vraUrhas lorced itself on men's minds in the city in the present restrictions oil'the watering of lawns. The impov- erished stale of the boulevards brings tha lesson home thai water is a prob- lem 'which lias Lo be dealt as s'uch.'The question of water meters becomes-a timely one. [t at ah opportune moment when, :witb. the I rend of .circumstances, ihe rfllads ot rpoEt people tun to water. Wafer in the brain may be said to be.lhe. prevailing epidemic" in South .'ern..-Alberta. There is. we .believe. such a disease known to physicians, Lo IvateV" meters has once'before come.'before the people Lejlibrlilee. la' keeping .with the may h'e appropriately said ''.'to tare received on lial occasion a cold douchf. But other limes other, manners. The water problem on an altogether new rj If there Is anylhioE which shonld direct the minds of the ciLizens .lo .a cqngirterlliou of :water problem, it is the statement made bj 'CommissionEr the Board.61 Tfa'afe-Luncheon, ,that an vlnt had. use_d "the, water on hJs ga: 'freely liiftl U-flooded the.base.raeDt.of hja'neii-door neighbor. 5 man guilty q! sucii.-Tpractlce '.fnlly 'deserves nima. hog." With rcases liie thlV. necesEarll> enlirely of waler users, has fo be'protected. Tbe .solution liea in {he water1 melers- j It U understood in regard to the there will te a flfl'rjale. This is for the wise same proTldlng an allowance of .water will prevent anything in the ifaj- of causing any stint In Ihe __Bame'_which would prejudice sanita- tion This -Is a pj-prUion. There may be varlpns to or ulrierwise, pf water meters. (In rlew-of the fact thai tbe citizens may be called on sborllr lo decide the question for tieraselres, ft woald be well fo glre if CTnalderaLIon at Ihe present time. Eethe.r, .tatcn. lolo account The ei- periences .cannot be wholly applied o The ohjectiye ii changed. Mn Nickle, tie itfembor for King- non, up the.matter of price ILX- rig1 recently in. the House oT COIB- evidently Klveo. his inucli ihousot aod careful reasbner. But It cinriot. be" said that the member for he bs regarded as not a tiling of price, -happy in bis choice of a moral when he cited tbe case of the fishermen on the Pacific .coast stated that they laid up their ves sels because' they were not able to make a the prices lhat were .0 b'c paid for fish. This in tine 's true. But in considering the of the Pacific coast fishermen what iL really is-lbaL it will not do Lo I is tho prices on one or more commodities only. Prices are. re la tire. It other com mod I lies were reduced in prices these fishermen would nave had TIJ cause for complaint that there wa" no pyolit -in their The lesson the Incident Eervts lo sliqvr 43 that Uie" policy oE controlling pi sho.nld be. ja far-reaching one. should extend to the root ot all ia dnstries. Pnce beiet these It shoiild be' a comprchen "are fulJly aware Bat OIT IJOW INLAND. July. Intense heat arcompanfed often by-oot Is causing a Rreal deal of Ihe cropa io burn up Some oj Ibe wheat. pc-cially late Is balding out bul iusi have rain soon or even Iwd win very scarce. The United Church Ladles' Aid met i the home of Mrs. Herman S oulbcasi of IOWD oa Thursday .atler- oon of Usl jeek. .The members re'wnt spent an hour visiting ere Ihu meeiiag was held. After, the lusiness meettug IlaUheJ the ;ostcss served a delicious luncheon icing assisted in her duties by Miss Thus a verr pleasant was brought to i dose. The aeit mcoims o( the Aid will be at he home of Howard .Murray -oucfcs street, on tlje afternoon 01 uly On Thursday afitraoon.'the 3rd, the members of the Allar Society ot SL Michael's Church rnolored out Jn the country to Ihe homo" of. Mrs Goodyear to hbloStbeir regula meeting1. No business meeting1 was icld. The hostess, served _ delicious efresbmetils and a splendid ariernoon vas spent by all present- Mrs. Gcarje Bruce who was gues D Calgary lasi weet is home again. Mr. Prouse was in town Saturday from his farm at G ran lea. Mr. and Mrs. Duffy ure enjoying a from a son who has just returnei 'rom orerseas. who i wringing his Enfihsli bride wilh blc "s expected storily. The Fourth of .ow day for celebration saw'crowds from every direction nrriring to .help- cele brale. Many went up from Bow sland. In the afternoon a game o baseball was played by the Taber Bow Island learns The score bein; 5 lo 4 la evening Uurdett team .-played the Bow island team and this time the honoi went !o Burdctt. The. Bow Islan scouts through some exercise? for eihiblltoTi and also some First Al work when prizes awarddd fo Ibe njpst efticibut and quickest vvor done.-'- Mr. George Herbert who Is qulle i is at present fiat recev ing IreaLment from Dr..Gershaw. Mr, Guy Bowen .of Calgary spending a'-few daysJooking ore'r, hi properly in lliese part'returned horn r Mr." Claude Jaraieson.is In.Medicin Hat MefdaineE. Elaine and Murray i th teachers of the Primary ;Departmen oj the Sunday. School, fare having picnic 6ri- the on Frida afternoon, .the Ilth7 at for th members of tbelr Sunday Behoof.clas Sir .lames Outram, .Bart-, will a iness visitor In town this UllU'H: The Btork paid a to e homa of Mrs. Carl Kumlln ud left a baby tMij on MonJiy cren- S, 30lh. Mrs. Hurtberl paid a rielt Iha hooie of 31 w. J--M, -McOarUn. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Mitchell vine a visit frora tbelr diughter. ri llAycroft, and her IkUla soai. Mr. and Mi's. falrbura. Mr, nd Mn. E. H.-Begulo ftod Mr, and ri Dob Burrouihi relumed thv the Week from a pleauil bolidur is the mour.Ulns. Mr. Mlliar who was called to :e colors last Bummer and shortly lerwarda wecl OTtr to K114laud nirned from overseas He reiched ow Island yeEterday DtYtaf spent a w days .previously with slater ear 'Calgary. Mr. S. Y. Hurst motored lo Medicine at ihe-9Ui. Mtss Slater was a la Ked lue Hnl UHlay, the 9th, >lr5. Ridgedale and children bare turned from a holiday tuent In the Hat" .with, frleuds rf. S. UaJl.is bacli again a hort holiday. "She leaves on Satur- y to leach a summer school la Crap any of prodac- the finished article; Some, Tfucti' jibllcy la called for, should not stand against survey of the not daunt I dress a public meeting' in, O O- P, Hall on TueEdsy fiTenlng, th I5lh, at S o'cloclr. Stale Lang a age. One 'Slate Schoo' adopliug a set lo'icy. Get for the 19th. i the' w'ay.-'.'of' -provision for feed iloclt dprlnf; ihe rwinler.., a. Joseph s Jj f: OF THE EX-POSTIES, The treatment oi Ihe poslal work- ers, who went oat on a. syntpatteLIc by the Government has, be- come 'a public question. The Cover meal has adopted a policy towards I hem of an obdurate nature wilh consideration to be allowed ttfem Jn tVfr way ol re-lnalalement. this action no one can justly quarrel. postal .worhers are public str yan'9, and II becomes a Question In Which the public are concerned. Tli' 'men discharged were fully warned o would tie Uie conscQueoce 'ofj1 their action in going out on a sympa- thetic slrlkti. In fiplle of this they flouted'authority oy taking the bit in tftftjr feeth and following IbcJr own .coVrse'. This meant a dislocation of public senrlce. .The Government In rti 'dcclaron not to're-inslafe (he men who, went on strike has lo stand by word, otherwise authority btcomes a farce, postal workers under the oath ifeey. (ako undertake certain ijonB. It IB an with of office. It an ijtlh means anything II must be re- Carded as sacred. Jn the case bl tho pofltal workers It ia not loo much to say that, they, In the naluro pf their responsibilities, stand apart from the oraTrfary, Influences which .affect other organized workmen.' i'urlh- cr, In the1 proaent the sllua- tldn has been that II was not ttieir own grlev'- nnces -whlctf delermiped the action (hey That Ibey acted, rashly the men must hare1 now- come to see cannot railofialiy' ;blanifi anlhorlile.i who aland by. .In (he preient case, with all lhal ire fiare djjt treatment given olher as-.always heen Ikven Year old AlveroColeman The Flaying oa Road With Children O.O.F.OFFfflSnl CFroin Our Own COALHUIIST. July officers f Coalburat.Uxlge. Ko. O. 0. P were installed into their office b) D. D. G. M. Dro. Gammon and his ulte which consisted pf tbe Brothers from Diamond City: D. D. G. M. Dro. D- G. II. Bro iller. D. D. G. S. Bro Rebertson and D. D. G. C. Bro. Ward. Tho officer who were Installed for lie coming erm were N. G. Bro. C. F- Phillips V. G. Bro..E. Bro Abernathy, -Treasurer, Bro. J. D Keilb, li. S. N. G.'llro. A. McDougal i. S. N. G. Bra. I. Warden )ro. J. Allen, Con., Bro. J- Robertson R- S. S. Bro. J. Lindsay, L. S. S. Dro A. Wells, I! G. Bro. F. Garrlrt, R. S V. G.'Bro.E. McDonald, L. S. Vj G Iro. W. Willis and Chap. Bro. J, Snow .After installalion. Ice cream an calke was served. which was followei by cigars and-w.ith the spcechc fron different brothe'rg a-good time wa spent. Bro.fGammon lodge'wil go lo Diamond City. on Monday Jul 14, for the purpose .of Inslnllla? tb. officers '.qf.DIamond No..71. The' Magfath base tall team'vlsile on, Tuesday evening B lad some fun with what Is .known .he CoalhursL FlaBe'-'Ball Team. would he sgony to try and givs a Eyn opsls o'f the game as at the end o ie 6Ui Innings Magrath .was. leadin to the tune of 20 to Coalnnrsfa H'hat happenedl after that as qnlte a bunch-bE the-spectators got fed up_ and left the game in disgust. Coal- hurst can put up a -fairly good line of ball but at. present are bandicapped for a catcher. They will also miss Furlong "who has gone to play for LadyBmlth, B. C. Still It is up lo the manager to gel busy and get -the boys down to practice so that will1 be abfc to play a .vfhole game right. through without taking a trip to'the sties. (From Our dim MACIRATIi; July very proved fatal, occurred ere ou Saturday evening last when nrln, the 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Alverj Cacman, was knocked own by au auto. The accident hap- pened In the street la front of Ibe oy's house. A uumber ol children ere playing In The rond when a car omlng dowu tbe hill just south of tbe ,D.S. church, and the driver trying i the oueK running right aud eft, always do, the car track Irvvin, breaking his leg and also njurlng nlm Internally. He lived onh few hours. This dealb was a great hock to the commtfoHy. but the- pwner and driver or He carv are no o blame. As wae the case, ii some- Imee Impossible to know what to do wheii children stand In tbe road unit he cars. are so near 'and then run Irst .over the road and then back, un il a person driving dees not kno-A vhat ,to do.' A number of people are complaining of Ibe number of rca smaH children who play on the main raveled roads and streets In town This sad accident .Ehould bo- a grea sEOii to all children.. Funeral services were held in Ihi .D.S, church on .Monday afternoon nithop Darker in charge. The choir under the direction of Lyh Qlbb, san Tno1 Deepening Trials TSrone Your "Sweet Hour ol Prayer" 'Grave, Where is Thy Ti K. .Roberts rendered a solo. Th speaker! were J- Parkinson, A. J- Mer cer; C. A. Woollerl J. T. Henniger an Bishop Marker.' _ LJItle friends ot'tie departed -wor Jiere In large numherE, carrying th Dowers, .wblch were numerous tnautiful. The pallbearers were llttl friends of Irwln. They were Burn and Clyne Marker, Floyd Godfrey, Cliff MerHey, Leonard Eraiia id- Reed Bennett. Tha family -wisb lo thank all those wio' so kindly helped them and all those frlemla for tho beautiful flora! Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. Thomp- soo, a- boy. omr-To Mr. and Mrs. James Sabey, a boy..- .s P IA AICKED UP IN SSING roil TBK irJHY UAN The F Mrs on Kurnlluro Co. nlll U employees ten hours' pay Cor nine tours' work. Jofl Maneatl, llamlHoa. was arrest- id In i Urn J cxi, charged with hiving In Ma possesafon. E. S. Ekalron, recently discharged rota tbe died lo London as the eeult of drlnkLni bay rum. MTDI! lied wood, ]Iope township, was Injured when a txaln'ran Inlo bis bugKX at a level crossing. Prlclpal 3. Dyde. of Queen'a ollglcal College, Is leaving :or Scotland to secure a prdfcssontilp. Indian Chief P.T'Da Lisle. Mayor ot Caughnawaga, has gone lo New York with a claim for money said to bo owing S5 years. Miss Flopele Urownrlgff was Injured bybolog rua.orer by an aulomobiJe white crossing the street in WobdMloek. With Iho eiceptlon of a few places, which threatened a doccn LUWU5 and villages near Sault St. Marie, ara under control. M. M. Maxwell, editor of tho Chat- ham mlly.NewG, has resigned ue- come managing secretary of tho Cham- ber'of Commerce. J: .M. B. Gibbons, 4 years old, SI. John, D., was burned to death by her clolhliig catching lire around a dump. wbllo playing Saskatchewan contributed J31.336, or a lltllo one-hall of'lho wbolB emounl 'BQbscribed (n Canada, on account ot the agricuiiurar relief Dance Miuie Stirring Happy you would to hear can be played on thi Vlo-' trait. Why not buy il ran and hare the benefit all-summer long on the Teraudali'or at tba on Ewy Wo cad 3tll yoll "any necord Listed In the Vlclrola Catalogue, and Victor1 nccorda will on nby'maclilQC that uses a Eteel or fibre Biimonl Block Home of ot the, allies tupd, accord Inf. to figures received from the deputy lo'lnlster ot agriculture Qt CbnsiJenblc o[ tha" wieal croiis of EaskatcJien-an lyill-b'D saved by the recent heavy Cdfcf of Police Charles Antlerson. of Red Deer, who was given of all-, eucb lo loiQ tip Majpely'b forces, has Inken'over blJ'plfl poslllon 1 Jesse who'tis tilled islllon, will cSarge'-or Iho ceinclary; and -.tbe toule- lUg-pnsli AUSTRO-HUNGARLAN ihe -gale.- prcs- enl- lira e ehVutd .qpl ciccption. At-the yiir.'tlrieianrllilrig of aign- ment in 'tayor o< Irrigajldii Older, comes, along one'-'as to ts -Ifal- for-an. ar- Is Peace. celebrBtions. Cha'uLaiiiiiiis. yUj" there- is; much to ;eep iraoMng, And lliere_'lrf ri6 'rcaEOn' why-wc'gh'orld al- ow be.'doWoliiiartcd. It 19 lhal the slaleror-tas fia? Public Worl' Everybody The Women's hold- annual, picnic on Saliirday afterpoc in Mf.! Jos. Mitchell's1 'se've miles south of town. It-is hoped'thal the members and friends of tbe Insli- will remember 'Ihe date'and-at- tend. I The .CommlllCE are busy these days as they'have U'ckels for the "Chaulauqua" sell- Mr. and Mrs. Moerke and son'Fran- cla spent the pasl- week! In Calgary, returning Mrs. Robert Arthurs and son Colin wlio have spent lliB past couple of wcelis In the country aboyt liflre visit- ing willi friends, left forjheir home last Friday. Mcisrs. August and Augns'l.'Flam- mfi and Fred Thurs'lpn were visitors In Calgarj- during the fair'last week Frank Nevers who 'signed up' with the. Forces last year for overbear ser vice but was-not eenl to re turned home last Thursday: All- wpl come him home. .Mr. -Mity Drophy .'was in Calgary last week attending the I. -Mr. Sullivan ot Medicine Hat, High School who has been'p'reiidlng ai It Entrance Examinations, left yester day, the Exams.having b'oeh iinlshcd llr. Tattcrsgn the Prlncljial of Bow Island School from Burdel where he has been presiding at (h Examinations. Jlr. ana" Sirs. Wnrta and boys, also -Miss Moore, moloreil to Rive on Salurday, reluming on Sunday night. Word was received' last week tha Fred son pf ?.Ir. and Mra 3. Jamitaon had landed at lialliai Fred has been overseas alnce th middle ol 19IC. He surely hag don his bit. Mra. stone spent part .of last wco! with friends near Mr. J. of Medicine Hal wa .RELATIONS STRAINED PARIS, July -tenaion :le- tweeri the Hungarian o.-ernmenl5 is Indicated In dlnpstches ecelved beYe today, from Vienna and u'dapest. The Anslrlar. mlnisler, Ho Bauer, baa demanded tbe recall Vienna of the Hungarian mln lAlLWAyWORKEHS TO JOIN FRENCH STRIKE PARIS, July railway work rs decided today "Ur bring about a omplete cessation of all traffic from a.m. July 21 to 5. a.m. .Tuly 22 iroughout Prance, t Lorraine Tunis and Algeria, as cart ot the gen ra] labor federation's, proposed inter allona] strike. The railway- men'.a eclslqn, say.? the .Touriial, Is likely o lead other hesltalfng o' Join ID''lue'demonstration. The mtmhcrE of llu; body are lhc: feet, and Iho rncwt Irtiioiiant'f.a'rl of your dress IE. your FOOTWEAR, 11 your, arc in good -hape and your FOOTWEAR not properly. FITTED your. general efficiency Is Vff have n.''i.lock or-ihoea from which wo can fit foot (an .'H shouW ke-filUdrin' nua'Ity and price-, (o tull the purchaser. SHOES FOR ALL AOES NELSON GO. OHE'BLOCK BLOCK ?iti STREET STORE Briliah House Adopts' Amend merits Placing Mandatories on Colonial Basis LOXDOJf, July TI.e house of commons, today adopted an amcnd- aient'tp the flnanco bill, moved by -J. Austen i chancellor "of the giving the government power by an order-ln-councll to STL- tend colonial 'preference to any terri- tory 'of .which any .portion ol the Brit- ish Empire niay 'become a mandatory under the league of nations. The, vote was 195 to 68. Daring the course of tbe 'debate, lames Hogge, Liberal, contended that this policy would, sow dissension among1 the nations, because the cov- enant of the league of nations prom flea equal, trade, .and commercial op- portunltiv in these territories. Elr Donald MacLean also protested against tha amendment, but Sir Auck- land Oe'dilea, mlniiter for national ser- vice and reconstruction, replied thai BAILIFFS SALE irjjTHE MATTER OF SEIZO.RE UNDER DISTRESS FOB. RENT STANDARD AGEHeiES, UMTrED, AND G.ERICKSON liWlLL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT TWO O'CLOCK.LN THE vAFTERNOON On 12th AT 904 EIGHTH STREET, SOUTH, LEjTHBRlGE ;ts.'-.; v.'. i ._ Do jierty .Piano, Dining Tatle, .Centre Table, Rocking Chairs, Dmitig Room Cbairs, Kitchen Uteniile, etc. wbat the, would be era powered, to "do wcmld not be contrary to anjrtbing In the cprenanL jlberln, this Lbird day of 1919. T.J. SIMONS, BAILIFF. I METROPOLITAN LIFE THE. LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD .I'-. apllBHWLQCK, BLOCK MPL MAN: p Will-Todr emnloycr coptlaue ;your to jour-family arier your deceasfiT '.A v Ii not, have your" irifs'B name placciJ on' llie pay roll or Ibe MBTnorOI.lTAN LIFE 80 Ibat'In tho eyent of your death llio 'Home can be usuiU can.DfTarranEed br defoaitlnB irltA ua annually simall sum ofxuioney according to the amount of salary Sco any of pur Lire Wrea, Ourr, F, A. Dentpn, T. A. Fiaher, J. O-iHtDmhan, Miller, and.bei.b'p-lcHJBlti in liavIiiE your family protection fixed up In thli We Have Received Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and -afe Pre- pared to Pay Market Price. V; KNIGHT WAOT Phone 1846 Co., Ltd. Lethbridge ;