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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It SATURDAY. JU1A' V2, 19U> LETimiUDGE. ALIIF-HTA. I'AtiK SI1VKN According To a Visitor From North Dakota Travel- Jiciion of Xorlh Ut- koia, wa> lu Friday. ini ihroilfhToiitii laid titl them tfe.5 a very, htary ralft ibrre wlilch Is-tcl atom Ibree hours whole country up lo Mlllt Rlier had Ike ptarauce of hiving, a boivy '.vr.ere pools itlontf Ihe, in dirfereul jiaiis. lu companion to Montana, lie the ITSSI In !Ka district through which coming into Can. acla looked drouth In Mon- luna the Itiver bdnj" practically ilrteJ up. Stockmen are Bunting out Ilielr cattla lu itic Dr. JactsoQiVai vln Kuropc during the cjuljr period o'( the war and had rharee-of.ft colony of "ivar liables." lie has i cou In Ihe Oan- adlih nt llallfai, where Dr. Jackson's fathpr Was lor many years -Hnerican_ Consul? Some Long Putts >Ir. X. attached lo Mr, Peter's stuff a3 engineer, is in Lho i-lly gellinE lo'eetticr an 'oiilfil Lo go to.CaVdston. .lo-siarl (he survey i olMic ditches for tho Irri'rrition project Ihe Coclirans raiicli." Wort; Vjh'LfrriEflf ion there is (o be started :aJi ,aoon prellmlnur- Mr. Siilherland on {ho the T.eifibrldge Norlhbrn Irrigation project. .Shaw', was arrested at Ihe honietof Albert" McHltcble, township. V -l-. If the rain wttl Jwri L-ewe, or desiii. a Lid (be weather narrui up n bltf there fl darn tMng lo with Ibe JjtH Uu being bow oott on ttie golf coflii-Jt. There ttiie ot Iwo com- petHJons-lct the-pnper a f ev days agu (or ihe Bollon the Shep- herd Ccj, and the ranvw yet be p.iyea.ln Nebon Hole tlii'cn. ahoald jot opt the Tray ihli week end 11 twilble. De- oext weak the Peace Day, cornea along tha PonneiatLer Cup la 10 be playwTtor. We noticed QI a noUUon 'on (be last draws that {be com- mftlee appeared real people did uoL fti tbelr' games played off In the coiDpcUiioofl. Jt pluhi enough Kngusu, koowa! AVe aipocl somo got mad KB handatory (one, but listen all you Vuni tolfers and WOTBQ; t[ you Ihlnfr Us any c-y-lucH trying lo provide a decent bill ol fare for you to elt down lo. you're out of Jolm. JL lakes a lut uf time lo atlond to UEts.rnd the Ilia l are doing find Lhe Heal riol, JuBt tbe" same (Cs auy o( the ot UB. ir you really want to gee tries p compel I (ton 3 keyt r.i least do your cither play your Eumes or notify tbo EeL'relRry MOW .hit you can't plar. Aeaiti as uiual, Ih'e cjub IR goliisj lo need some inprfr money Iq j finish out the season'. -Whui iba one Retail McrchaniH Will Fill Vac- moulb's wind we bail last Saturday and Sunday did to ihe. Oil greens u-aa a sin. They all neeJ new making.- So II you ronjembtr lhat from now till Ibe end ofMhe lor men and ivlll cover Hie rc- memhershlpi; it you have any Coal Operators Very Suspicious of Changed Attitude of Union Officials Jockejlug tor pwilluA between ibe coal TUinerc auj (be operators CD lie oce h-icd, aud ibe li. M. of tie O. R au ihe other, seems to be the .mttae lu real lalaluK circle In tbfi vrorltice these clays. And ibe next few weeks will prestnt some lu- lereatlDs conteAa lo ou Mie joslilo p! the From who l liie HcralO caa lea in Ihe miners are anxious to go back worfc, anil are desirous ol negotlalfns a contract. To do so they are willing to'" forget tliat they voted almost :o a inau in laior of Eoveriog llielr connecllou Ibo U, >U or A. aiirl portins tlie O. li. L'. and are aniloug lo liavg the U. if. A. InlernallOQal help them-negotiate a new dmlttpi. llui (he are said to ue wiry ot tail play. Tkey doubt very tnucfl Wfcetber the miners bare really, had a t'hacge towards the O. or H-helaer clatemeuls nude, ILal they atlll aWJe Ihe iti-cfflGus uJ Ihe V. .M. of A., are pure "camou- The OJis raters believe .they have reason lor iheir suspic- ion, and point lo the fLct that '.he miners, during the 0. B. U. ballol- Inir rejudlited Uielr taterssUaaal hoard members, that Che g'.rlkc did not receive the.sanction of llic In- ternational tiresideui, and ibpi the miners are receiving no strike aid during their period'or Idleness. .It li "also reported on gool authority that, In eplte ot protests- tloni of uabrokea allesiante (o toe V. W. a! A., the palter commiltee o[ DlMrh-t No. IS vo'.eil flve to four IQ favor of ih? O. U. L'. and agauiil t'. M. W. of A. This would seem to indU'ale thai ihe Elatemeula purported to tntde at Ferule by President Chriatonuers In addrea- sluj the minerj there, to the effect lliat tbo Jturlct still adhered to Ihe International and wished to negotiate a contract with Ihe oper- ators as a dCelrlct ol tbe t'nlled Mioe Workers of America, arc to be viewed with suspicion, and from the Jack ot any attempt ou iho part of the operators lo liurry negotiations looking to a settle- ment of tbe strike, it IE indicated that Cbo coal mine owners so view (hem. Home 1'eople Would Ileiall Him is Noted For Its Public Meeting Recoveries From Setback Makes 1'rolest I It 13 ULil unly Mayor llarjie who lias his irouMef, Mayor Urjwn. of Medi- cine.- Hat, is exiicrieQCnig Iho eunie at the hands uf "ur.lbankf-jV 1'Atevaj'en. A meeting ol citizens of '.he gas eily was held lioiiuo on t of recall v the In friends who woulil lite to join fof the ba la ne'e ol thu season get right arier him or litr'and get: iheiii iiiay- IDS To would-be 'golfer's, If ypy hate ueen too husy liereldiore to play, uoiv la your cJiante. You can enough ciub3 and pay, iHcmbcr- fpr a rery g'nmll oullay, yiid tie jvant lo add right thai Ihe (noiL IhrcB months are (he best ot Hie year for ffolf. The couiiiJltUce will be glad lo gel your name'. The socre- lary-Ueasurer IB Wrri. Crawlord. He Is one ol tboHE; pjuocrala who can a I- ancies on Staffs Through Labor bureau forj lo lafce holidays So'tOF tllC flCXt ive'elfe one J: S. kirkhatn Is fill- Jug that, high office, .tils telephone numbers or He will dis- cuss anything from the subject of i to jirohibiUou provided'ygu want We-HaveaNew and Improved FOR THE REMARKABLY LOW PRISE OF Vibrator mould joosl sbpnt 136.00, whips .tnbflt people, wbtlid consider loo- oxpenilre, nl Ihl.i price, If' people itijew. Iho valuo of an Blccl.rlc a hMutHor' and health giver, they wo'nia-.not Ijeaiuto to" rrlce.'v.' you do not hato to. pay lliU lilgh- price.' the STAR 'ELECTRIC .VIBRATOR, frhlch'la an IraprbVemont on nil Iho lav fttia o( The SfTAR-ELECTRIC.VIBRA. TOR Bthoolhej'oul the crcasti In Iho (ice, fust like an 'electric fron. lite crcftBc.f In cjothM. Kecamrnjiiiilcil iloclom for Kerf lndlee.i- 'ttpn; and lu beauty spec- ialists and- fiolfirt moving lure .aclros.i'e8 for licoulllylng .Ihe skin Slit) for yoitlhful: Appearance Mhlcli' ih'miltl .hg valued ,liy nil.' -'.Tlie'siar'Vibrator will, lasl i StlrliBctnc .COMPANY STHEET.SOUTH PHONE' 'list LETHBRIDQE to.-pay a membership .forthwith, oy or cheque. Otherwise bo.tH these .subjects are taboo: v We Leiiere in IrrlEallon oil the Hrrio, whether for your dry laud or for your poor old dusty IJcllore us, Jce cream j.iis-are no cobd. Ve tried lo cele- brate last wept..'-ya got the t'lilrd ibac, found iwo lIlBi'.and ijiair in the the guy who said that once he crossed the Atlantic, and he was Insldq.oul-trieVliole ride. Now. 'If it had been-'good old never would 5ecn thai would liavii'Ihqtighl were cloves. ,_ --II look us preiakley 3 rounds of Bolt to gel our stoinach hack, so It was on speaking terms with us again. Good Old Golf Its good for what alls 3'otL Send "us In your membcrahlp; money back your, not salisllcd'with the gams. Nol j-o'iiv acorc, rnlnrl, Ihe game .Itself. The guy :who aver via? his hasn't been round yet.; Like' tlie lannor who lampeir a-glrallo for'Ilio first time. ic says, "tliore alnl-no sttcli animal.'1 a meelln? or .the retail ;n clianls" association, Jl V.-E.F decided supply ivo. floala for the peage paj-ado on July iflUi. It wbs also agreed that in reference to vacanc- ies thai may cccur in stores or in case or new of aiiy kind lhat the provincial labor bureau he used. lor, filling In Hie same. drafted1 a resolu- tion -to he fjru-arded to (lie -Minister bf Public Works, Hon. Archio McLean calling liia attention to Ihe raclMliA ill the -.petitions -In regard to (he Lrihlirirlge Xbrlhorn Irrigation pro-1 Joel- were in his hands and urging lliat he would matter upasecon as-possible there 'should! be no delay in organizing of the diS' Irictslsp ihat work on the frrignlioii schemes be started this fall. '-It was dccule'" the stores'lie kept open-until an ibe Friday preceding peace, day, July 19, Tlie brigade ol -IlalJeyburs' "are 'prepartnE- lo- Hgril .bush firee. Auto Top Depot If you need your Auto Top .re-covered or 'repaired, riml up- 'hoJatorJng (Jo'po; come and ace THE LETH'BfllbGE AUTO T.pP DEPOT. N'oxL Lo Herfcld 'office. G, T. BLUNJ, PROP.'f Mr. Sail and family, tt Montana, were visitors in tlip rliy on having ibrougli from their home. Mr. Sail that i-ondilioiij In Monuna ars Elm Street tcboulj vciy lo lhosc wnu-h eiisl in where Uie Qucailqn Allerla He is an "I having lived In ou oioratj-rs of; Sail" is" airoug in urging irrigc- ing. In lo conrilt-- the preEfNl tsme ho sayj lhat he lias seen tlie be-fore. Tlie country liowerer, is coird for its rajiM rccovcriea and he 1ms no doulit wlial- c-ver J.-9 lo Us future Thuugli his homo is -4i nrcseiil Jn Monunu. Mr. Salt has extrusive lalerc't-i still lu Al.berla and ho is IIUL r.-orrylng much about tulure prospects having a faith Hint every: thing will work out ri-bi-as it has al- ways done. Mr. SaH >ras the plaintiff In Ihe Relief For Stockmen Along Lai- ler River Now Possible if Edmonton Acls Before leaving .Ottawa. A. Duch- auan, M. look up with Ihe director On Charge of Appropriating Funds of Dohie Latter Says Pen is "All Right" The case against John Paulenkn. on the charge" oMheft of money helong- j Ing lo Pele Dohle, of which he was Ihe custodian, was concluded on Krl- Jny afternoon by the defendant, hems remanflefl for trial. The evidence tils- j Protections were volc-pil farmii Mayor Brown and he was ivfth j ,Dns heTC at eitraTBgence in the need IPS 5 ture o? clflr. moneys lor liie agrlcul-' (ural loclciy, and for publicity, The I tivn for the mayoralty, while Mayor was absent and an act- ing-Mayor had to he appointed, were also aired. One resolution vailed on Mayor Drown to resign in order to save re- call proceedings. A eooimiUoc was appointed to on ihe .Mayor to p'roleil against the alleged neglect or: raiuous caaii of Sail T.I lha Town oC (be council lo provide ssfe bailiing Card'ston in which lie wns awarded facilities and to Uemand UIHI a spec- d6mRBCS tnroiiKii Injunea ial meeting of the council be receivej his horse collldlne vllh a go Into tbo matter. i guy. wire from an electric pole I lag (o the Eumiieipulliy autl Pirt, was caused by a spark j Mm grievous bodily harm. The case. from a passenger (rain, danmged wificli bas been anpe-ilcd. win bo re-' home of R. Lindsay at'Mndsay. Onl, heard in October. o! the rcclairiatlon'scrTice, the matter of letting water-into ibe DUle river from Higliwood rlTcr. closed that of tlie sum of odd] Application had been made lor Llil3 tirlYilcgc to-Ottawa and consent vrna forwarded immediately.- As Mr.' -Buchanan understands it, tbe. director of The rcclaraalion ser- vice Is quite for tho provin- cial government 'to dredge a channel through the gravel part. and. to restore a.'dyke in permit of the diver- sion Hlghwood lo the Little Bon- River. ;Jii Ihp 3ejUrl- raenl expressed-Itself 83 quite willing to facilitate In any way possible.' lo Dohie, was paid Elton tor his Octcuce in ibft j charge against him In the murder trial 'tn which Onofrychuk was Hie victim. Thb' balance as' uifaccouht- ed for. Prisoner was rc-Ieased on bail. Dohic. who is at nrcsenl in Ihe cells of Itfc provinctat nolfce, where Le been placed afler broyglit from the Edmonton penitentiary for the preHCQL-Jrial, says that it is. "alt rjghl" in Edinonlou, and pointing .to his'' present quETlers, 'better than i here." lie, along with Pete is working "in Ihe iiilnes connected j Tvilh ih'e Ipeuitehfiary. THE LATEST PROCESS In" rereading h'ae been proven' to superior work to the ordinary why We' ysc It. Illustration shoiva pH'oto of OUT work by Ihls yroceaa. Trj when your (ires need repairing and let u.s'dtmon- -sirslc that Ihe DRY CURE PROCESS IS THE BEST. Wc'seU Dominion and Goodyear. Tires ALL KINDS OF TIRE REPAIRS GUARANTEED. DIAMOND "AND GROOVE TREADS' .We always use New Gum not Bands. Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B. MeKINNON, PBOPB1ETOR Removed to 416 7th Street S., Opp. Post Office Tlie Shoemakers' and Shoe fjepairers' of Lethbridge Owing lo the great" advance in prices of materials, we beg to notify our patrons of revised price list as Men's Halt Soles and Rubber Heels, mm Men's Hajf Soles and Leather Men's Half Soles. Qnlyj sewn, from Men's Halt Soles snd Piubber Heels, nailed, from 'Men's Hall Soles and nallcB, from Men's Half Sales nailed, from -T Wcn'3 Rubber from Men's Leather Hceie, Men's Full arid from Half Soles'iirid_Rubber from 2.25 1.85. 1.S5 1.25 .60 -.60 2.5'a 1.S5 Ha.lf Soles and Leather Heels, Irom Ladies' Half Soles only, sewn; from 1.25 L'adies' HaLF Soles' and" Heell, nailed, from 1.40 .Ladies' Half Soles and Leather Heels, nailed, from 1.25 Ladies'- Half Soles only, nailed, from......................... .90 Ladles' Rubber Heels, .M Ladles1 Leather' Heefc, from'...................................35 Boyt' Half Soles and: tewn, 2 to 3, 1.50 Boys' Half SoleVand' Leather 'Heels, sewn, A lo 5, from....... 1.751 Boys' Half Salts.and Lealh'er Heels, "ail'ed, 2 to 3, from.........1.25 BoysT Half Soles and Leather 4 to S, from 1.50 Youths' Half Sole'j anci Leather nailed, 7 to from...'. .75 Youths' Malf Sales and Leather Heels, nailed, U to 1, from___ 190 Qirls' Half'SoIci and'Leather Heels, 7 to 10, from .75 Youths' Half Soles and Leather Heels, nalltd, 11 to 1, f-om___ Palcho ind Rips, .20 New Heeli Rebuilt, Tan Soots .50 Toe Caps, per pair, front RotKweU (formerly F. Miles) 511 4lii Avenue South. 420 13th Street North.." H. Langley, City Repair Shop, 408 2nd Avenue South. 0. K. Repair Shop, A. M. Rasmussen, 3rd Aye. South. Mike Cardmon, 212 13lb Street South., _ Chris Hall, 913 7th Street South. E. S. Pulley, Corner 6th Avenue and 10th St. South. AU Southern AlKerta Will Celebrate (5. your cliolbo monument we rhlcly (o sulir.ift.a vsrialr Of Lethbridp'e Monumental Etb Veterans' S MORNINO'.- Sc'rrlcc undc? ol .liinlalcrlal Asfoclnllon of ot APTERNbON MILITARY At Henderson i Park Fair Grounds. Lethbridge Rotary CARNIVAL Prepare for jh'c Big .Celebration by Attending the Monster Carnival Main.'Pavilion, Exhibition Grounds, on the cvcningsipf JULY ITTHand 18TH and winding'up the, Peace Day Celebration ori'Sat- pANCING-rSPECJAL IDWAY ATTRACTIONS SPECIAL TRAIN aving Cardston allachti to the roguUr and ntlcr cTpse 6( Carnival on JULY19TH BAlLiGAME Eckstftrm Park At 6.15 Saturdaf ;