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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Y. She letbbriboe Ifoevatt) letfobrtDflt, HIDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY 'r Proprietor! and Publishers THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED Jrt 6lh Bsvth, LttnbrlOSA W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director Torrancti Business Manager TELEPHONES BU.IIMU Office Editorial Office nra LETHBmDGE DAa.T JUtY IB, 1910 tend largely to tho tone ol pictures. Tliia from a nation arElandpoinl will bo soffiUhins nhle. Audit Bureiu of Circulations Subscription Ratet: Daily, wart. Dally, dallvcred. par year uy 7.60 FOR BETTER UNDERSTANDING. H is the iulentk'a ot the Govern- ment io summon, within, a, low a conference (or the imrpo-e ot Inltaaie and friendly ot relation between employ- ere sail .smpioycd and for considers.- thin o! reprtrt of the Indusirnl KeUilons Conimlssion. This Is action i UU-hiy desirable crofcrenco is the natural out- of the work 'if commission lhat has been worSlBE throushout tie Dominion, taking note ot the var ions couJiltans as.tbey iiist indus- irially. Tha data gained will, be ot much service In tho conference to be. Grievances have been aired, and the of Capital and Labor much information to guldo (hem in their deliberations. C. F. Harris Displays Alfalfa Grown Under Irrigation in, The Ma'cleocl District MACl-KOD. July U.-Yvlih Hie co.i- t'nui-J hot dry weather there are still feet. few fields ol wheat scattered over ihe souih plrt ol the district, Irt Northern Alberta lo Secure Feed TFor Land Sells at (Frtm Oar VULCAN, July fjlr or even a halt crop m t11' fll' finishing very last. the llerM heat high winds ot the past tea owners claim that they will gol more lhan their seed Irom these Iwlda. Fven at this late date rain would help the feeil question and also ripen iho grain that is headed cut. In soni" pans the grain Is being cut (or feel, while others, are feeding It oft .by ihelr stock. The first new, Irrigated The success o! the conference will ,rls received, this weei frou depend on the spirit In which !srm Of c. F- Harris; o( parties gather round bridge, who calls blj farm the 'Ucga do-'rara" and it Is attracting much al it for pumping plants RET1HEHENT SIR THOMAS WHITE. In the portfolio he held a" Minister of Hoanw, Sir Thomas White .Sowed considerable ability. In the financial .train on Ihe country in ct ha dW yeoman's Mrvlca In piloting through the Victory Loans. In tho .ervlcss he rend-Kd, the counto' is umler'much obligation to him. a Minister of tho Crown in tho aVi o'l 'storm and stress wlUi which Canade In ccinmca with the rest ol Ibo Empire, was visited. Sir Thomas fulfilled his duties and hT-d up responsibilities of his position. In this respect he proved .bunsel! a tamed servant of .the; Slate. the Jiscal policj. oO Sir Thimai White has" not altogether "met with universal approval, this m "lio way oeiara him Irom the credit he JIBE earned -In the larthlul and untiring performance' hls-dulles. the service 'of inalvldoals lo State and Country come lo be reckoned, he will Deceive that measure ol recognition 'to whloh he is entitled and which te fas .oJDr "earned'. the table. The meeting planuo inands that there should be nothing of agireaslTeneis. Tha reason under- lyirgits call, that it is primarily Intend- ed lor tha establishing of better relv brtween I-abor and Capital. 2houH be highly sensed by" those depnted ta answer it. There has been in many cases too great a gulf in separaliEg sympathy between employer and employed receives dally inQulrles tor------. orders will soon become part ol the dally routine ot these1 oltices. McCarthy Wilson, of Knox churcb Calgary.delighted.his audienr on Monday evening by hla wonderlu coSLTlption ol the llle ol. Shakespeare following him Irom boyhood io th Urns of his' writing bis Tvonderlu v.-oris, and on through lite, showm the'amount ot good he dii in th in ine'fluiouuu wi wor'd and pointing out the everyaa This gull has never cf Isavlns the worl teucr because wn afe.in.it.. Tue niany industries. in these cases been attempted lo bo bridged. There bis been a mutual for which certain employers and certiln ol the employed arc equal- and certain ol me euuiujru u4v ily to blame. Mackenzie in his nay evening was oae ol music b Macleod's best they a excelled ihemsclves In every numb club book "Industry and Humanity." pals tie point squarely when he says, eiisting altitude of Capital and Libor toward each other is too largely one cf mistrust bom OL tear. If In- duslry is to serve Ihis Bttitude ruusl be changed to one of trust inspired by faith. An industrial system characterized by antagonism, coercion, and resistance must yield to a new order based upon.mutual confidence, real Justice, and construct- ive roodwilL The change will Involve patlenM. but nothing shorl.of it will solve the problems to which Industry gives rise." In bringing about the new order'to which n writer who irom study'and practical experience has a claim to speak with some authority, refers, the conference 'ranged shonli greatly help QICKED UP iASSING FOH THB BDBY MAN Ovren SounA made ty, lie ol .Ylotorjr Bonds. B. cTlM to to URU n itu Many of the farmfrB to south. and south-west ar turning Itelr cattle anJ stock In in srain IielJs. However lo tho nort nd eatjeclally on' Ihe old BI.CMOO eserve they mill have a good chanc r a fair average crop, as Ibey nav id more In lhat locality than ave been favored wllh further souln aken generally, we do 1101 believe hat there will be much more than the seed harvested If we do not get rain very soon. Tn.e hoi sun comes out nearly every day and the winds end the heat waves dancing along Ctatham omplore" ol the Hetrta fmntei au About ZBO afe-1 In ealmoa tUhlni oa Rher in lei, B. C. Dr. D. U- n.B been Preibylery. City Calgary, n- rts that the natural saa supply i r the caving rrllle and. was pppoinlcil Industrial conl- liialonor at a salary of LonJoij City Council has deoidod lo Increase Ihe street car tnrei lo meet he demand for.hlghur wages. ingenioii Board ot Education a.lced couucll for (of the erec.llou ot a iiew technical school. Ernest'Wllham, ot Lulu Island, D. wtu Jrownod when bis ekllf was .wamped from' the waflh c-t a passing .learner, Mward Pembroke IB In a serious condition as the result of being thrown Irom wagon when his horse ran In St. Thomai. Many ot the farmers near Wood- stock are allowing their cherries to lo go lo wHsle, not botherlug to have, them picked at olforcd. Anthony Sarnla, died as tho result o( aoipulatoln of hla following an accident In tho levcland saw mill.. The Niagara, St. and Toronto Railway Company freight Q( a lunne, ln iroad fields of growing i as the eya can reach, being scorched o death by the blistering sun, es- pecially when we had the llnesl pros- pect fo ra crop not more lhan ive wteks ago. Many farmers are juylng headerm, as Ihe atraw -will too short lo cut with a blnjer, J. D. reports L eight of these last waot. 1 to carry 'over spring under present conditions. A number ol Cheney. Gall, a returned h beell city clork Davidson, 28 yean old, at Ui brother's homo Francis O'Drlen. of Stratford, was lo tho hospital wllh a gunshot In the head. A Scherer is looking Ior a foe- In Chatham to slarl tho man- sheds were lotally destroyed by at Niagara-on-the-Lflke. Twenty casos it liquor have been located near which Tboughl to be some of Ine consign- ment slolen irom tho Pere Marquelte railway. Hnirculs In Chicago wore raised to 150 cents. Now lYort railways were given tho right, la charge Iwo-centa for trans- fore for one year. Kansas farmer died from peri- tonitis, caused from swalloivitis n Sunday in the Home To til down at a Eood piano the lainlly around and play the old familiar hymn tunes, a Krcat pleasure. II you Sin.Ten'1 a piano now, buy the lamoua MASON RISCH Sold on easy terms 'aJid direct from "Pictory lo Homo." -Aik .lor tho tree style bookleL "Thi Balmoral Block Komi of thi Vktrcla' The mdrnlng session are wen uncnded, and Ihe Intere grows from dr.? to day. nnd the powe lul Influence theso men are naving on the town Is already telling, by the iercsMaken in all meetings. Mr Jnck'on Jied at Iho municipal hospilal on Sunday, .viliilo ODlj: 27 years" ol'age. ts hail travelled a great deal in search oi health, and came to acleod about two months ago for presen c. farmers who hare large amount rt stock have gone norlh locate ha> iv and grass land. We understand thai the firm ol Flood, Whlchcr i Hres Lii elderly man named Jarvis. was a street cur, driven by torman at Ollawa. .Mclhodlsl Episcopal ministers o the district are seeking an increase In salary. JS r> toi- popular j.. of 'popnlarity m____gaineJ in lhal.it largely Into, creating-pleas-, ire's ior-tte people., In "of "the nature, which have be the Rotary Cinb, the has been.lo appeal .to lie" taste The ob- ject is fhus.eerfed by bringing human- ''fly [bgelhir in a. cqniniqn_vBS5ocrjtion. i.. There is In .Ihe-r'carnival .schenie Ibn.t tbijch of nature k.in. the jiplval. pleasure .which creates ajspirit [omradesbip. the i Txj Ihe conference, in addillon I 'the various organizations of emploj .ers and employed, the Premkrs p the provinces are to.be invited. Tha may be said to be the representative xif a third party, those who are oulsid the class of employers.and employe as particularly -regarded to the i dustrial field. An addition co ference ol representatives, unattached io what is.specifically understood as Capital and labor, making If a tbre fold representation, will.be a ben ficial artjonct to a meeting which m McCrcady died 6f shock when wm carrj' harvest hanf the firm of Flood, Whlchcr a t! taten from a burning house on Con. 1 KinBas on upon appllca have sold over two sectionsi ol graEa chathaui toivnshlp. lion from reliable farmers. and hay'land north to local __ Intend shipping their stocK up TOrias3ln, an Italian carpenter. v s [ouuiain manutaclurers for the winter. Many ol these fanners a (ol, al Kork onl hgTg bcon SKamped with orders since have made so much .money _from rais_ Hydro caMl constrLction. LrohlbtHqn..went .into sItccL is purpose. He had been in Uie hoE- tal only Iwo wcets, and. Ihe end ame he quietly slept way. The rSmalnK tore sent'to On- ario for Several narrow escapes-Irom al-. ost serious accidents have occurred n our streets this past week, and all y careless" drivers, aba'drivers who" lo drive The.. Cpwn nd also Ihe A- P. P- are after Ihem. nd Eoma will in the near future con- ribnte to Ibe treasury ot bot'j.Iown nd province.' Jim WarrinBlon, a farmer living oulh of Macleod, .was brought: to 'and liter undergoing an operation, was thoueht by his friends to be on the recovery, until .llssda; niEhl he seemed lo drop Inleresl In lite, and Tuesday morning passed- peace- fully away. He his been farming for some years to this country and hart, considerable land and a hunch, of. horses and cattle, and was a good cllizen. ave ma so ins wheat on their farms during ins past four years that they can to buy a iBnchlnE f haf canoeing on Lake Huron. hers. Messrs. Hagorman Company1 report tho eichango ot three quarter- _ Oliu ylScklln, son ol Dr. A. H. Godorlch. was drowned. wh Ho TV. German, ex-M. P. for Harry Maranda, charged wllh nian- slaughler in causing the death of the boy, JacK Evans, Winnipeg, on April 16, by running him down was found utcs' dollberatlon. Mlchlgin dropped "Irom second to third place among lio stales pro- ducing primary copper'In 1918. S. Association of Real ISlato Dealers have begun; a- campaign lo abolish blllboarda In city streeu. .1 Pivo motorists, who had sot people blinking by the dazzling rays ol their headlights, wero lined ?26 each nl Kansas City. Measuring 20 Icet wldo and 5.000 (cot in length, comprising a solid dyke ol quartz, containing gold has been lound at Copper Lake, north of Pas by J. P. Gordon; mu ras, uj engineer ol the Hudson Day railway. Mr. Gordon states that tho values aro uniform throughout and avorago be- tween J9.00 and tl4M to the Ion. P' ol There ;is .a peculiar pjycuT.ogy in the'raiogling ol.a crowd :0n pleasure bent- There is a good feeling introduced between its dilfer 'ent which is conducive to good relationship. f ft'cnU snch as tbe Holary Club .is accustomed lo stage have a bearing bejond their Immediate purpose. There Is no better tonic for the Rational health than these occasio .jor gajtly. .Kept within tbe limits isinlly! along wllh healthy sport, they are, dcslrabe in the community wel- .tare.': be truly said to aKecl everr citizen in Canada. Mate it a welcome Ior tbe boys on Saturday. sections of land, about lilteen rnlles north-east ol Viitcan at a price-of pcj- acre, for a highly improved fruit ranch "in Oregon: -The deal was ar- ranged by Messrs. fc Com- pany, in conjunction with Ibe Port- land, Oregon, representative ot II" United Grain Growers1. Secnrilles. _. Messrs. McPherson Brothers, who purchased the hardware business of Oco. Pellman, have now established themselves In their new premises on Vulcan under the manaeemenl of Mr. Ryan. '-They haya a very com- and'It.ha', been very al- traclively arranECd. Mr. Ryan Mema to understand "his business to the Queen'3 tasle. The -Vulcan Supply Company has lately come into existence, under the joint ownership ana management, of Messrs. G. O. Collier, C. 3. Hall and A. G. Ebsworth, ,-They are doing-a good business and are very popular with the buying public. Miss Margaret McLellan is leaving tonight on aa extended visit to'her home in Porl Hood, N. S. Missile Lcllan has been with the Ilrm. o Messrs. Hagerman and Company Io some lime, and has been, succesalu In obtaining leave absence. -Our old friend, Cupli has been very busy lately wilh h (From Our Own brace ot arrows. H rARlSTON' a meeting shooting has oeen peneti-and a num J _ i.- npnnln nav( If Price The slogan of tbe u? decorate." Keep the idea o[ mind. he >ns o( The spirit' ol Paris on the 14th should be duplicated in Lelhbridse on the 13th. PICTURE-; CENSOR: BOARDS. MoTifcg: piclure 'censor boards of and Quebec' arc shortly lo ijnll'q'wllh thoBO ot-the lour western provinces, in the Canadian Moving Plctnrt'Censor buard. The preaenl arrangement o! the boards.In Iho tour provinces, in keeping In lopch ivllh another, broadens the -vision ol the Individual censor boards. In the arrahgemeril come to, IHm be condemned 'in one .province.' ttc board? ol the olher three are Immed- iately, manp "aware of Ihe and, flmllarly, each knows what Illrna have been passed by tbo oVhera. The. uniting of censor boards of Ontarip and Qiicitc with those of the may-be something of mater- Ikl useLin enlarging opinion to Ihe nature of certain films. The company 61 Judges is Increased..- By llils cednre" -there 'wilt -be "establishes n'alional'viewpoint. Is'cohsfd ered unwtiblesome (or one part.of Ihe >li: -be regarded as -nn for Ibe .11 will mean In ils treml Kirof thing In tie way ol a national educa Jin in'regard' In whkh-plcture filn) jtouW 'be ItoH.. In "obnoiloua dim It would convey a nclbnal condemna Which wjllhave on th creation 6f tfiesa piclures. -The wider :co-operattOn of cena boards will act aa a check.on produ era who, (or commercial reatoiis, re on-prpducilous of a "rjaky" nature, Irusliilg ihey will pass muster some- The lacl lhal what Is rolecl- .e'J part ot Canada will prac- i tjcaliv :be rptarlfrt In Uie K-Iiolc'will Saturday should he a oy _shpnld .bo U IA1J ol the Chautann.ua Guarantors held IE the 'Cardslim Investment Co, Ltd., office on the llth inst. the [allowing loilicers were-elecled and committees nylng liags In BBB ,_ dent, Mayor W. B. Pitcher; Ses-treas. 11. M. Coombs, (.whose qlllce will be at M. A. .Coombs harness shop.) 1 t nraunds Committee D G Boland, Chairman; B. n. Cook, U..-B. Shipley, J. C..3hnw; and-.uch olhcrs'as lhc chairman may secure, when Tickets Committee er Q[ Qur T0unE people have fallen victims lo his deadly aim. Mr. Del. McQueen 1! being welcom- ed back from overseas by his many friends here. Rev Meiamler Dunn, ot Vancouver, has accepted a call lo Ihe pulpit of the Zlpn Presbyleriari' church, King- ston, extended lo tho congre- gation of lhal church, succeeding the day OTTAWA, Jiy; ordtr io give :fin.Bclna if the Cahi'dlariiwTHtilt crop" of th. nreMiU price. Violent'Veculatlon' due lo the'LOpenjhg of in the .uneerta.l_rt..iiid un- probable that the' pomlnion flovernment will fix a rnlnirnuiTI It will guarantee to and othirs iriteretttd-ln the crop movement. It ii not tho Intention that this minimum price shall be the price at which wheat must be sold In. Canada. Trading may take place frflely on the ex- changes at >n'y higher price or price, which may "offered. The purpose will be to fix a minimum price .at which the apvernmtnt will bl prepared to lake the wheat should the price lall to (hi. minimum figure. The fixing of a minimum appear, ne- cessary to ensure stability and bring about movement of the r.rop Do Your Feet Hurt? Are You Wearing Properly Fitted Shoes? Wo have the correction for bolh troubles in to -frees in M to .nil. MK-TO, BE FITTED SHOES AGES NELSON Co. UFE THE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD SHERLOCK BLOCK MR. MAN: Will yotir employer confine to pay 'your .alary .lo your family 11 Home can be kept going ns UBuan j v can he.arranged by deposing Wllh u. nnnually a .m.ll.um ot-money according to the amount of .alary desired. See any'ot our Live TA'Ircs, T. G. A. Dcnton, F. A. aee Tr'.__j_i, tA. -miller, and be up-lOroale manhor, See any ot our UIVB Pishcr J ''C'Hanrahan, Wm. Humdall, Jot Miller, In'hafl'ng-'your up In .this i -II Macintosh, lock; E.-N. naley; D.-H.-Orow, Jllll- .The. commanders are bull- with c.he am ll-U-a caie of thieves lalllngou lha spring; G. E. Ca'hooh, Lcayllt; Oke'y, Bea'zcr; >Vm. J-- A. Johacsenr" A. 'lowry, Tayloraville; rT.j it.'. Savajt, Glcn- woavms; n. West, Slounlaln'.View; Stewart Selby, I A. "Waller, .Edgar Terry, Hichlleld; .'C. Jensen, .Aetna; Jcs. A. LeaalielteTJ K. V. Klilconer; .Mrel.M. 'Sykes; Mrs. F. S. Mrs. F. W.'1 Atkins; '.Mrs... llarrlel Sloddard; r Ch'As.'1 L. A. LHUc; J. S. Edward J. Woo.it; Oeo. A. Wm Diicc; 3. r. Nellson. AnverliBing chairman; nnil nil of 'ticket.committee i A ono week Chaiilauqul wjll.be Uiel'u, Aug. "ilh lo .Season tick are (3 for tt.o woeK. The .com 1 mltlee are working In earnest as Uie rain'-I'm Irustlng the people see this cheering end-cdu 'callonal program as mosl of us'.ar a, liltlo "ilown In o _______ lor Ihe meler system the hands-'of ihe voters lie Hat 'rale set, and on. the proposed A a. news m bank om being., robbed. .And., yet there those who" find faull' with Oman's tonguel Rev. John Doyn. who rcllred recently, 61 old, "I havo been and Irtiw I am old; yet 1 have fighUons forsaken, nor ils-Bced .-beiglnK" droad." Mr.; and Nilson lelt hla Inornlng for'Mr.dison, Wisconsin, :he fiefit ot Ihfl Slate Ifnlrcr.Mly, their 'matiir.' Mfl- NIlF.qn tainc "liere M a brirte and ilftB won the cstetm anil affection o; ail who have had the privilege of her flcnuolritance. A'fler her Iiuabind n-as called lo the. colors, she took 'up the bnrrlen he wii htarluf. ol ranch- ing on an eilenrlve sMle In Hunny Soillhcrn Alberla In order that lie nilglil take Op llwological courtc later on. They happened lo encounter three! rnlher raiulCM criime- iiucnlly liley like "using Ihclr bralna raihef than their bnwn" lo li ihc-lr 'hearts' ilcjire. account ol Ihe poor crdfKproHpec and need some kind 'Of. a tonl Hero It Is. I'res. Btlward .1. and parly about ten lelt Ior the northern ward o[ ClarCBholni. Olelchcn and Calga and Sunday mprnlng .on Ihelr gem annual Mr. Tony Angelo, of Haley, til n severe acclnenl'bl' being klcl: In Iho heart by a horse, lie Ii in...I Incal hospital iinclnr the carc'nM Piclip. 'I'fic; t nollto cl llie'nward n( Ihe DIsll nislicd Service; Cross 10 Jo W. lilwii, C.il.Dillsii navy SI. John...S'. II.'. bat npricarecl la We Have Received Orders to Buy all Claisea of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price, T r Phone or Wire: KNIGHT WAKON RANCHING Co., Ui Phone 1846 Lethbridge ;