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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB FOUR LETHBWVGE DAOJt i HF.nAIJ) i SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1919 She DAILY AND WEEKLY 1 v Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTiNQ'COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6lh Street South, Ltthbridge W. A. B-ichinan President aod Mousing CKrector John Tarranct Maule in lie resolution it has SucU endeavor merits its yroiiir a lion. Jealousy for (he of one's is u virtue to be highly TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1224 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Raits: Dally, delivered, per week .....S -li Dailr. delivered, per year 7.53 Dally, by mail, per year a.OO iVertly, mail, per year LoO Weeklr. by mall, per year to U.t. iOO of expiry subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date ts our authority to coiUiiiue .the sub pECOHATE FOR PEACE CELEBRATION. In the Immensity of hs meaning. Saturday nest will be llie greatest Peace Day The world has ever wii- nissei. Ir calls for aa ontfut o[ seni- iment by and outward display in fceep- A LESSON IN CO-OPERATION. A rvader has forwarded us following clipping n'iih a desire Ibat some editorial mention be mado of the same.. Wo have no heaiiaiidu in aoeodlnjj to Ihc request. Thy excerpt taken from ihe London Dally Mall .ind reads as follows: Aide run n V. lUywunl. chalnniu ot the CYnir.il lioani or (Jie Co-operative I'cion, Ltd.. ia a co-operative hospital auU left ou Thursday lor Coal Centre Seems to Thrive In Spite of I ing Fall'U.ve ing occasion. It is a day in which the spirit ol gladuess and rejoicing should be made mani- fest. .In addition, 10 ihe program of et'.e bra, lion arranged [or ihe day, Uiere is a call on ererj- citi- zen to signify ihe means personally by decorating bis home and 'business premises. H Is well thai arrangements iu regard to this be ihiifeiy made. It .will not be amiss 10 say that- in ihe of celebrating great occa- sions, ttere has been a certain amouul of apathy amongst our' citizens1 in regard to decorative display. Partic- ularly is ihia the case fn regard-Mo the flyme. flags these, oc- casions call for. 11 cannot be said IhaL this arises from any iirdnt of intentioD; A survey of the buildings pt this city should lead io remove that Idea, in the number or flagpoles 'visible, These, curiously enough, are not made to laUll their, purpose ihe ppparlanUjr arrives Tor a call oh these flag- poles stretch their nakedness to the hearens as outward "acJ visible of apparent carelessness. With what 13 .ahead flaga. should be sot in jeadi- ness to adorn these poles and give expression Lo the radiance' which -.Peace par is.reckoned lo shed. T In the scheme oj general decoration, there'.Is Eomethlag more than the mere decoration would indicate- It is tfaal ereiy citizen rec- offnizes thai (I is Peace Day; IL will be an .ciprcEgion or parictism, loral ty- and jubilation .which will bring young the meaning ot a great victory after a great The sacrifices "which the'present gt tloa .has gone Ihroagh hare meant lhat home, country, and civilization have been spared for future genera' tions. That lesson will be stamped J In (he memory of the young measure that we individually testify Ihe regard in which we holdVbe Peacb Day of July I9tn.- .-ODtereaca at Carlisle. said lhat at ibe outbreak ol war ibeir retail dis, iribuiive societies had less than 3.000.. 000 members; to-day ihey hud nearly Toe sliarv capital of reta.il societies in 1911 was less than it. was to-day The retail trade had increased from about annum before the war to, ayiiroxlmately. 000 in 19IS.- Tbje wholesale trade Increased from in lo over in 191F, while the value the productions ot tbe two wholesale FOcfetIe.3 had Increased j from in 1913 to more than i23.000.W-J in IPlF. The conference adopted a proposal (o establish a co-operalive college at a cost 'Of as a means of "surihoring Ihe move- ment, and realizing a co operative the pounds sterling by fiTe it can easily be reckoned iu current coin the strides made by Ihe Co-operatiie Union alluded to. G'o-opera'fire unions have in many capes sjwlt success." In other cases plies lhal management and co-opera- lion, ID the trne sense of the word, enter largely Irjlo the successful oper- aiiou of tbe scheme. For this there is a need of proper education as iho plan ol esiablishing a co-operative college, .named in the article, would Imply. "The idea ol-co-operation is a! good one. But. like most ideas U requires a careful .practical, application, In offsetting profiteering it undoubtedly furnfshes z means. There ii sonie- thirjg more In tue plan than the mere glamor ol a name. If properly under- stood and properly applied a cooper- ative scheme can bp "made a bene- ficial one. Get yoor buuting ready. It Is only appropriate that Peace Day should be Veterans' Day. Peace Day should be made Flag Day. TLere Should be a rivalry In dechr- atEon.zor Peace Day.- A verilable octopus has been dis- of--Ihc big pacfeing concerns In the TJ. S. water pressure BS H Is, Jt should be a 'case of consider your neighbor iu Ure use ot waler. We poor mortals do not know what we are up Erer brings out some fact or other which shows how one section e n shame io these ypaug adies. unaccustomed to the" hard- ships of our jiloneer life in the west o toil up and down those long rowa Blistering Iheir complesions'and cal OU31D5 their hands liocing sod, am] Jie' babies uncarcd for jvithin! It must nol be. We are sure to a I tlie jallanlry of our yonng men wiii save is this disgrace. A few husty hoes In ihe cool of the- eyenfng would do :he trick. And who know but such devotion might receive a lifelong rer ward! The hoe may be the key and ieal the auto to iL (This is oft oui own bat_) On Tuesday at noon Ihe alarm.wa: sounded !or a fire in the north enc of toe town, and as thfe fire brigade and citizens panted in that direction be smoke seeme-3 to indicate a J] 000 blaze, but It was only a hen house of Charles Iby's, ranch lo the chagrin of tbe small boy, and "the flame was soou pnt out. We were glad" to see .hat the Durnprnari was jnot asleep at lb.D swifcb. and'ha'd lull pressure 011 in the water mains. 3Itss Olive KeelRy spending a well earned holiday-In Cal gary and Banff, Miss Meliss Greabell left on .'lori day, June 23rd, for p. visit to bci parents at. Cardell, Eask.' Pie. George Stenabaugb; who re turned recently from .overse.a.3 the 'and.-has baen .y ing wilh his R. VG. Gould left for Ontario on Master Page Goo la: The following youngv men Taber have enlisted. U.NAV.M.P. and' gone 1i: train: Howard Clifford' TolloD, Harry Chrislen sen, Miller'and'Alex? Chalmers Drys vs. On Tuesday aflernoou; Coaldale, the Taber baseball' learn 'de lealed Ihe Goaldal'e-teani by ot-10 la. Turteland.pftchlng.l to Tabbr, "-Noble" -A as (cfe-ganie -A'fls over-tJie-T-abe K 'bn the-dlaniond i rn'aich _diahed Ihc fair Coa dale by'2ria17 runs.- iMIss CaUet pu In the curves Tor Taber, and Mia Kraemftr-foT-CuslSale. -_ Keely and 'her l ML Gallium, o Thursday' [or" a yfsil to "Calgaryj an Nurse lister and Nurso Froorn resigned from the of 'tha 'Tabe A Store Specializing in Shoes THE PROPER PLACE TO BUY i FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN jTho Ouf'wliblfe'linie and attention fa given -to FOOT- WEA.R anf.FpOT'THO.UBtE8. ;v .rarfcly of laals irhlch. gives you a helter and'- Vore chance ol gelling whal carry tur the "widths. We hairo made a study of the 'cct with shoes that sulL .This gives yon-'niore comfort -as well aa cooalderalily more wear, is "-.reaulT.ot'pfppcr.'fittJnB. -.'llan'tJUng nothing 'bul shocv we are In a position to' select. footwear thai -Is solid and built for htllcr rcsulls, FITTED SHOES FOR' ALL W. J. NELSON Co. 3HEBLOCK BLOCJ same day, Judse on, a charge o! threatened assault by Mrs. Tiios. Engleson against her brother-in-law, Joo KoiUeson. was L. Cooke TcsecuUoa, and J- 11- 1'rowse (or Ihe defence. A line of f5.00 and costs iTts iniposdd Knyleson. Kooi church SuuJay school picnic ill be held fuly 16rb_ Autos wlU leave the at 2 pju. fer. the bridgehead. good afiernpoD of sport, with Its ream, cako, is promised. Oh, Boy! Fall rye Is In the procees ot being harvest ed. Harry Hudson, With a staff ot meu, s busy getting the new fair grounds in order for the fair. Mr. Roberl and family elt on Tueiday lo camp ai abiB Tbe withered .thin ears oC (rain, Hasted with Ihe east and south winds, have swallowed up be good ears, and now the lean, ill- avored klne an aftor the fat Vine. The problem of winter for the stock. Is becoming more and more >r easing. do not fv'leh to see the naif-million head of Block Iu touthem so into" cold storage it en Is per pound. So speed up, and get Joseph on ihe job! Tho water seems lo taste sweeter he past weak bact. Welland Liberals favor Mr. Held- laj for tha leadership. II Sa reported that a shortage ot brick is holding up. toe trado In )lumlHuu. Ice warulugj are Stint out dally fuiui St. Johu by tlio Namt Jnlelli- iice Uranch. Tbo plolug plant And mill ot the htrfcti mine vvas entirely u'lped out >y tiro he two' Smith's Falls .newspapers amalEamated and will be known as the Record-News. home ol Mayor C. H. Wiser, mis robbed of. Jewelry and silver Valued at J1.600. v i- During tbe moniti ol June, Hallto collccled iy. flues for of tho Temperance Act. Mr. Simeon Foi.'ReeVe, nnd Mr. Henry W. Kelli, Deputy Reeve, ot Madoc bare resigned. Tbe Eormer has been appointed Assistant Are Doubtful As To Some Now Cutting Wheat To' Make Hay (From Our" Own BARCX9, July1 opposilion to irrigation lias developed anil it is feared that'll will not he possible to secure Ihe signature of the requisite numter of land oivners to get Ihe scheme started. Your corres- pondent .would suggest Ihe holding of a meeting at which hoth sldss could iresent Ihcir Arguments. At present goofl ara undecided whelher to support Ihe project or not and such a meeting might clear the air dne way or another. Either we ivant rrigation or ite. don't and the soon- er we know Tvhat we tbe belter. U is remarkable how some of ihe crops sland up the continued drought.; yHji.lje KneraUy, 5pcnki 7 P IA A1CKED UP IN SSING Ttll HD9V UAN Supcrintrudenl ol Roads Ipr I county, ana tlis Isller will aspirant lor iho wnilsm Nellie, a dairyman. EC years o! "agg was Wiled by a trail: at Eastwood, jieor Loudoa. Frank Camlls was committed 'lor Irlat (OT atteruptlng to murder lleory Bfueateao, ol East Sandwich. Beau and Weillake. biscuit manu- faclurers, AVoodslock, are building a (o.OOi) addilloD to their faclory. lialilai cilizeui lia've been told to boil the drlufcing to Ilia number of casej of jiaratyphold. Tliree Halifax youog mt-n, Laadry, Simpson nud Aylulle, have coutaascj to rotibius bouses uf The Chainter oVCommerce of Sar- pla has sent aa invitation ''lo Ihe Prince ol WaleJ (9 visit ihe'city. Rev. D. Patcrbproujh Cburch, his 'tare- jtrmon prior to'being superan- nuated. Gait and Fieston are to nUe toward tho Memorial Protestant Orpha.nase lo ho erected at Plcton. Trrln S. Coob, the author, was jlven Iho ileeree of Doctor ol Literature bjr Dartmouth College. Sunday Music S TV eel Hymn Tunes BcwitJ sweeter whco played OD a mel- low toned MASON RlSCH It you caunot u Player it matey music- ians of us all. Baty terms on any size or 'etylo Inalrument you cnooie. Calalofue free, Home of tht CHURCH ANGLICAN v St. Chnreli Cor. 11th tn4 tth Mirth. Cintn W. V. McMIUwi. 0JU Mr. Banner, Organist and Choir Leader. Morning Prayer, 11 o'clock. BrenlnB Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Holy Coramtinlon 1st, 3rd and Eth Sundays, 8 a.m., 2nd and 4lh at 11 o'clocfe service, f 8T. AUGU6TIN'B CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and Bth Street South Rev. Canon J. E. MurrtlhWrlflht, M.APJ Rector. S a.m.. Holy Communion. 11 a.m., Matins. Holy Communion alter mcrniug ser- vice on first' Sunday. Evening service -and Sunday school are disconllnucil for July Tha services tomorrow by the Hector.'.. be catea 'ailure, there are quite a number of ilelds. Lhat ivill give lair returns, even wilhbiil rain. Some fanners have decided 'that ,ilh'.a; ton of. equalling twenty bushels ot -wheat .'In .yaluo and the wheat crop not prg.inlslng'more than rive lo' ten acre, It will pay heller lo for hay than to harvest-It'for. the sate of the grain and a mowers are already.at worh. Mrs. Molr and and Mr. and C. .B. -McClellKnrf-.nro nolldayiDg at liiesjKavIng gone there on Monday; i Mr. and JI rs.. Cooper an J family and ilr-_and Mr3...Chapman left.In their automobiles .for .the .coast last week. Mr. and Mrs. ;Kpn Welsh leave to- day for a .visit torChJIIiwack, C., and expect lo bo away for'.a.conple of months. Mr. Welsh faay locale at the coast. Monday night -Mr..Hansen had the mlsforlune -16 lose the shack on his farm at-Commerce and Its con- tents by fire. ST. MARY'S CHURCH 'North Letnbridgc 3Ialins at 11 a.m. Sunday School at 3 p.m. Adult Bible Class 3 Rvcnsong 7.30. OrgaDizatlons: Girl Guides, Monday, S p.m. -.Boy Scouts, Wed., 7.30 p.m. Choir practice Friday at 8 p.m. Memhera ot Iho. congregaiioii are welcome at the choir practice. Rev- Stanley C. Flipper- 617 I2th St'. A North. METHODIST Wwlej Church Rev. ChiH. E, B. D. Patter. 320 llth 8L 8. Prionw: Patronage Church Study 400 Claude Hughei. Director Union Services with Knoi Prcebyte-1-- Ian church for July and August. During Juli' morning sen-ice In Knoi, evening service In "Wesley, and conducted 07 Ear. CapL A- H. -Deaoon- Slbla School at 12.10- p.m- TUB UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rey. E. J. Patt'oV 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 Cliolr.Leader, Mrs. F. Jackson.V 10 claaa in the church 10 xni., Boys', tho Sunday School In tho Halt- 11 a.m., morning service. 2 o'clock, Ce'elnneTa and rriraarj1 de- partmcnLa of the Sunday School in the 2 o'clock. Girls' Depl. of- the Sunday School ip Ihe Church. of the S.-'S.- Church. 7.30, evening Ecrvice. Tho Pastor will preach-morning and evening. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Ccrntr 4th Ave. and-8lhr Street S. Rev. Capt. A- H- 'Denoo'n, pallor. E. F. Lay ton, organlit And choir leader During July and August Kiiox and AVesloy churches unite lliolr ser- vices. In July services In Knnx churcb 11 a.m., and WCEley at p.m. lc AugUGt Ecivicofl'lfi Huoi church at 7.30 p.m. and Wesley al 11 am, 11) a.m.: Sunday School. 11 iiepartment. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BAPTIST Pint Church CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (Undenominational) Baptist Church, 3rd Ave. S. There vrlll be no meetings during Ihe' month's ot July and August. NTcTt rneellns Sunday, Sept. 7in7 D.V.' AVaich, for Corner 9th Strcei and 3rd S. Rev'. F. W. Dafoe, B.A., Pantor Mr. S. Jones, Director Choir Services' at 11' a.m., subject: "The of Abraham." Sunday School and Bible class al 12.15. Evening at vsuljjecl: "The Holy CUy; Wftat Is II? ''.We welcome you to all services. THE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Car. 12nd Ave. and Elh :St. S. Msose Hall Hlgfnbotham Brock; Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.3Q p.m. Wednesday at 8 p.m., Prayer and The Word: Friday at Prnyer Meollne. The King lc on Hit Way; Have you on the Wedding Garment? A Hearty Welcome to AIT. NOTICE Ministers arc remlndnd that church notices should hand-' ff ed In before, six o'clock Friday lo ensure this paper goes to press early Sal- urday mornltisi ff CnniSTlAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Strtct 9. tundnr al'tj a.m. Subject: "Sacrament-" Sunday School al .the closo of tho Sunday morhiog serrlcc. WadnMday Cvvnlno. TMtimouy most- lac at 8 p.m. rmdlni room H iltlfr 01- eebt SuDdays and boll days.-from 3 lo p p.nr-Tvliere the Blhle'nnd fluthor- Ized Chrlstlen: Sclnncff may be.read, borrowed oT'curcoised. Tho public If coi'dtaliy Invited to at- tend Uie church. Benlcea, alio to rislt the rvadUif room. ChrlstUb .Church Oliver L. Curtlt, Car. 3rd Ave7 and Blh St. S. Dlljle School at We relss you when y.pu arc ab'sent. Come. Preaching at 11.3Q; "The Greatest DlacoTeryJ''.'" Tha evening service, C. B. ot -6.J51 Preaching 7.30; "The Oospet fiennon." There will Le-baDllsmal' services in tho orealag. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton, C.O. Sunday, 11. a.m., 3 pin. and T.flO p.m. .Sunday School, 1 Monday, Thursday and Saturday, S.OO P-m- I Publlo Meetings. All Welcome.' PENTECOSTAL. HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION 205 13th StreefNerln Rev. C. M. .Nevis, Paitor. Sunday 10.30 and 7.45 All inem- bers are asjced lo take the change of time for We Have Received Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- _ pared to Pay Full Market Price. Ehohe or Wire: v KNIGHT WATSON RANCHING Co, Ltd. Phone 1846 Lethbridge ;