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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta fAOEPOW DAILY SIERAJ.O THURSDAY." KILT 17. 1918 alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Prepriflors sod Publishers THE UE7HBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. I'residcnl auil .Managing Director Jahn Torranct E'Jsiness Manage his firmer. All rise from Ubor and his hullil uu the fiiWs al ihe OIIMIISO ot the farms. cc'i'uiiim'o and manufac- ture at the njjons'l ol unricuUure. we create ,-v loss tiatltr, if uiyre showy, prospur'.ly. anil a nf sociolj- less ewiAl and if more brll i Hani ai-J curious. To cioale s blgU .farm ol oMIil-'t'.su nnd 3 bread pro- gress li Is utfMssry tp develop all the resu'jri'M of nature aui TELEPHONES Business Editorial Office 1ZH 122-1 Member Audit Bureau of Subscription Rales: Daily, delivered, Daily, delivered, per jear Dairy, .biffin. rer lv by year l: by m.nlpefy- Di'lej of eipirv ot subscriptioni ap- war dsllr on address laheL Accept- ance cl psrers after ciplntlon date Is authority to continue the- sub- scription. LETHBRIDGE AND WATERTON An opportunity which has Seen hitherto negleolwi Is now thrown open for'nse in the attention belns given to the tour to Waterton which Is to wind up the convention of' the Alberta Motor League here. The. tour has taten on something In the way ol a business proposition" in fLi consideration given It by the de pirtment ot Trades and Commerce Amusements have been made b> which liana are to be laSen of .the different scenic EpoU on tie route, 10 le used la Ule tourist which It it present one of Ine acliv Ittes of this dcpartmettt. in tho development of Waterloo Part.lies a "development which par- Uculariy alfeols Letbhridge. -A new Industry Xsbvii as the tourist in- dualry has now coma lo he recognized In'.Canada. TTiti a largo aud pros- to' the south there is k great tndnslry in at- tracting holiday seekers to the Domin- ion. In its proiimlty to tho Slates there is ao more convenient tourist ground" than "Water-ton Part. Its utiural- headllM ere acknowledged. Watertim Park IE an asset to Lelh- bridge-that, has not been given- that due 'regard which H merits. The present Is an. ojtpprLune time- to repair the negteft. "The- proposed tour should bo. im? starting Aground for greater ihings. II 'should not be allowed lo begin and end there. 'The Lellihrldge Jlotor club en much interest and given much attention to the proposed tour.- ---Its eiec.utlya should standing committee Lo push tbe "scheme ol mating adjunct to LeihbrWge.' It has been pointed' .out thai the- con: fiLrgotiou of .Ihe existing gap ID Ui4 rbadwar, lo connect the Canadian end irith the LJtcoln- Highway, will mean nrach'tn- mating a tourist centra .for'American'citizens. Here tie enterprising of the Lethbrtdge Motor Mines, workshops. arJ rjilKuJs. stores ami markets, iu M ilw nc'.iv'tlos 'which creale and centre Iu cities, are Hut oeneith itietn sll. supporting them iiiore esserilial than all. moro powerful anil hiftlug all, !s tlie .'arm A new countvy with I'.s future itead. mth a still newer YVest, has much to loam aad tnm'h lo profit be eiperience of olher couutriea. It his (he iu the opporiuul- afforded of -ivofdius mistaXes. older countries are seeking to medT LL is in the position to Initiate. To develop our re- sources and tc make, settlement on the sn sllcrlns and altractive 'pros- licet for our young men Is the of ihe Once the foundation of prosyerily Is Isiil the upper part of the edifice has a place made ready for Ii. Lot us endeavor lo build upvrart! and not downward. Admits He is Ignorant Idealist Bui Later Ueverses The Opinion THE PROPOSED PERMANENT UNIONIST PARTY. It mighUbe better lo wait until the weather cooler before discussing political problems. Yet, warm as it is, it Is easy to conclude that the political parties In Canada are in a state of chaos. The Liberal' conven- tion in August may clearly define the Issues, so that men can form up in support of -principles and leaders that erpress their thoughts' on the prob- lems of the Jay. It the Liberal con- vention should hesitate and comprom- ise and elect a reactionary-'leader of .the .type chosen by the Ontario pro- vlncial Liberals, a third parly, E progressive, radical element, may emerge in the political arena., It max he possible to'form-a-Unl'on- ist party-'in name, but-that-it'will gather much Liberal support is hardly if it is n protectionist party certain protectionist Liberals conic very well remain with It. If It Is a compromise, party on the tariff issue it Trill force" the rsvlval 01 the Con- servative party. The oW Natlona Parly'.Conservatives may support Union party, provided it does no abandon adequate protection or com- on prelection. Toronto Mall and Emplr sounds this warning in clea terms: ''A-TJnion Government; policy her as as the policy'of "an If it is not, no Unio parly .mil come_intp flourishing eiis Lhat is a comr outcome of giv- ing add. .tljat. 13 .the Irredncibl'a mininmm the component long, Con- Take tha eiample. Any MOUXT CLE.MONS. ilicb July 16. a' tuoment ol petulance- while on the -rt'itnoss i-tand today. Henry KorJ, plaiatUf In a Jl.COiWO libel suit .igainsi tte Chicago tally Tribune, aj- miited that he was an -Ignoraui Id reverslus his statement. This was one of Ihe allffiod libel- lou> charges inado against him In tho Trlbup.e editorial. Attorney Sic von- soa. for ihe Tribune, has been asking fjuostions to esTablieb, H possible, Mr. Ford wiis ignorant. Tna wit- ness said that be made tha admission mtrtly to slop the eip.mtnatlou. Later, ten forcially to. aJuiit' that e was "an Ignorant- he eclincM to do so. In tho course o' the _r. Ford defined a' traitor "as ono works against the nd an 'Idealist, as -one "who helps tbers lo make a profit." and evident- v with Arnold Bennett vaguely.- in ind. defined as a traitor." Much time was consumed in read- ng I'resldont pcccbcs" bt 1516. WINDSOR.- Ont.. July Orsan- Ited labor throuinout the bonlM toirns ivlll called by the suit- Ini street rallwaymen Thursday nltht to strike In sympathy with them, and the -Indications are that the border cities will be disrupted by a general ilrlts Friday This action Is tha direct result of i statement Issmd today by the Ou- railway that ihe coudue- lors and motormrj of the Saudwlch, Windsor and Amherstburg Street Hall- way Wednesday. Blruck from the rolls fi3 employees ol the company and Ihe inclormen lose their cerllli- cates to optrats cars mrwhcre in On- tarlo. Tbe local machinists' union, of which Aldennan Hooper Is president. ICKED UP IN ASSING rOK THE BUSY UAN A boipltal be bulut nt Vadens, SQElc, Tbe old Oranlio Hliik al Winnipeg ae doetroyeil by lite. Mild rust has beeu discov- ered in 6cme Manitoba wheat [lelOa. have been causing soue damaga in Manitoba. V London, OaL, Is to have a United States COUBU'IW reprcduutaVirc-. t don polke vlH cftasl. Jle wu-rcielBlrar at Elnco 1914. Ho bus by Mr. RobJusouI CapUlu A J. Muuvlilc. one ot the best reslJcDU uC I'rl _____iuce Albert, fa 1119 Jlajral VlolorU HOB. pllal, Tho Continental Oil Co. been takeu oycr br (tie Star Oil acJ nvI'uLug Cu. TUore lr a branch ID, will vote tonlcht In ausKer call for a, general strike. .10 Lho SI. Saskatchewan Plans To" Get Cheap Rates- To Other Pacts of Province, WINNIPEG. Jiily iL Mblloy, cumTnlssioner of lator, reacted from Regina. The object ol his vlail" is ib'- confer w-ilh railway officials here in an'effort to secure reduced rates, for Saskatch- ewan farmers forced crop -failures :o seek employment 'in Bother parts of their OWTI province ind Manitoba. He .will also take Uie-questidn of tup 'crop' jo H irill JmeeVrepresentaMTCS oJ'th'e railways'this, afternoon. ganlied. ForeSgaers In and vicinity are curtly refusing good offers of i em ploy me ni. The Dominion Trades and Labor Congress la set for Ihe '22nd of Sep- ember a1, llamUton. Street Company naupiraled blgher tires, with scarco- y any serious protest. Mrs. Angus Mackenzie. or Yarmouth farmer, was found drowned u Pinafore Laka, near St. Thomas. Mrs. Keay Is retiring from tua PJnrher Creok public school teaching staff. Acline chic! of police Chris II. New- ton has been appointed jjennanont chief ol .Winnipeg police force. Tin's year's Edmonton exhibition had gross receipts of nearly Tho paid attendance alone reached nearly Brantford voted against last, time and therefore the council will repea the daylight saving by-Is The United Farmers may run a, candidate for the Alberta Leglslalur at the Cochrane bye-election. _RoM. Smith, registrar.of-tfae Hum sentenced to by_.Sir, boldt land titles office, has LOXDO.V, Tho first stage cf Ihe St. George's prlic at Bislay. 10 shots at 300 yards, ivas Tired In a dazzling light anu a trlciy wind many bad scores. The following were ia Ihe Kiml hundred: anff fte Canadians, O'Neill, New I man, 42; Xorris, 42; Mills, 41; Elmitt, 41. LieuL Lewis, R, -A. F.t top scoror( Is among the scorers ol 40, who will shoot off 'or a place ia the hundred. WINNIPEG RIOTER r IS GIVEN ONE YEAR July Fat ford, contlcled in police court 'this afternoon on a charge .of rioting, iva Kurti. an Ob ID farmer, died with, hydrophobia ai (ho result ot a bite from A cat. A Jive-months old baby at Kalarna- too, choked to death when tha mother trave It a drink ot water from ft cup. 6tdeiralk cafes hjvo appeared In London. Tho British Tommy U re- tpoueLble lor copying .tbe Parisian iyeteiu. Married years, Mr. and Mre. Vv'atertown, acted as' and best at their ;atid30ii'a wedding. One Kansas farmnrs Is opposed to good Broads. lie makes as high ns 75 a day by pulUne stalled motorola out of R inud'liole near hts fann. The U. De.partuieul has an order for 105.000 yards of make Ksrvico bars for sol- diers who in the war. At (bo Methodist at Col- umbus, Ohio, more than IliO uilntB approved tho introducllon of motion pictures Into their churches as a re spiritual movement. and educational Columbia Unlverslly has added the English Bible lo the subjects on Its en Iran co list The requirements ore based on tho recummeDdation of 15 Biblical fnslructora iii colleges and secondary schools.- Windsor Slreol employees Ibo Ontario Railway offer of the entire earnings; of the com Sunday in the Home To ait down al a good piano with tho family around and play the old familiar hymn lunu, 1> a great pleasure. If you haven't ftann nnv, bay the .MASON A RI8CH Sold on easy terms and direct from "Factory to Homo." Ask tor Ihe free, atyla booklet. 1 MASON RISCH, LWIP Balmoral BlooK Homo of Vlotroll pany, saying Lhey will sloy out for the id to 60 cenl rates. TJio congroeatlon of Vt. RoiiSB Bap- tist church, Winnipeg, decided Lo ex- tend a call to Her. Drlllon n.o3s, .who. lor tho paat two has been en- gaged, in evangelistic work In'Mairi- Loba. Manning Doberty, a Coniorrallvo in polillcs, a noraEin CalollG In relig- ion nnd n erauualo'qf tli'o 'Ontario agricultural iraa- nominated as candidate of tile United Farriiora of Ontario for Peel couniy'et the ntst provincial election. Hugh John MacDdnalJ. and is leaving shortly for tha Pacific. parties' can- a'grfe'ei'ivill not last l and lo unite and ,.'-iJlierals. FIRST" 1 i FIRST. centres of the Weat have late fn the OOD-" ot the locatlcg ot ruanu- Industries. There hai teen. tor time, tte loomtog-.'-af 'the' Tlk.rt o( the TraTellins Industrial Con- Preparallona h'are Kad campaign rnarugarated for giving I thU a fitting reception and a welcome. There is not i fault to he. foand TV 1th the pro- eidore vrarlded its Importance Is not illoired lo be exaggerated. If ED there may be the possibility ol some great -joiiog' that would oQt oL'Uje'-'qneaLMja 11 the pric? of "dnlon Sfere-'thei glTing np of the then union would h'aVe to so. Just-ag itrongy 13 the of the the 014- tlma. .Conserra'tiTe.'pa'pera; "TheiUnlobiEt heir to all the "traditions' and of ConserratlTe party, Jn whJcrr will Inspiration and its sure.Et -Hoherti Sorden early opportunity -to for- mnlate' the out- as the Ih'at.-tKa.pVemler ,._. muEt'neVds'.' "lake. V ill ID. the economic problems of the TVirl, that which -requires the most important consideration Ib that of (If agrlcultaral Interests. This on the principle of flrat Uiinge first. In older tht perlodio cry has been to the land." 3omerhat la'.e In the day the trnth bqt been that' the'bulldlJlg up ol the country la more essential than the building up of cities, fn the general chorus fio .United Slates hare now Joined. The Winnipeg rVee Press draVa at- tcntlo-i to the movement ?hose Receiving teas than Will Get Grarled'-: OTTAWA, ser- TJce commission anricuncfe'a. ng oi an delenrimlDS the njelhods by- -ics boons ncndaUons made Sy''Arthur- Xpung ard company, provide1" tfiat heads" of households per ''year will The is Celebrating Peace. WJll YOUR- FEET let you celebrate with peace. It not, we cau correct troubles and fit your- feet properly wllh FOOTWEAR to permit yo'n to do so. -Bring'xpui we will onlrll you as -you Yon Sill'e'eE-vtlne.'foriyour niona'y placed In oir FOOTWEAR. W'tianry; T, SHOES FOR ALL AGES ASK -TO BE FITTED- NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK 7th STREET STORE bonus of newspapers arc 'urging; ,lhe gqTem-. do. in' He Lr cip scVetf to; to ;tlie' a MdjialfPolloy': ift, ISIS fn essen'c'e' an-i .though Tfi delalli >7- clfcuinstances The Tery .verbiage or that- policy ejiaeciatrf -hy'-'Blr John Macdonald in tbe session c( U as appropriate now as then, to the only fiscal system conducive (o the unity and prosperity of Canada. So we say there may be a pernm nentUnibn" parly hut It can onlr ells BB a National Policy parly. :H mus have prote-ctlgn.'not for revenue, hu for real protection, 'ES He principle. Otherwise 11 will lose Us Conservative wing and quickly lapse. There mnst be some party for the low tariff element' to won't be the Unlc-n parly and It onglit to be the Liberal party if It Is wisely guided at- Its Otdiwrf convention Should that convention he dominated reactionary, 'compromising cle- menls, Ihen the low" tarllf artr will to operate tiy them and create a party, We look to This amonnt 324, for each {120 Increase ip salary-lip :p Single employees "over 21 years of age, .with a salary ol per yea? receive the. "amount1 de- creasing as tbe salary increases-up lo 18 and 21 yeaja "with than jtl.200 per year, The bonns be paid in monthly' Snaf-al- LIFE THE LARGESTvtlFE INSURANCE: BUSINESS IN 'THE WORLD DISTRICT OFFICES .V, M1 SHERLOCK rour continue lo pay yoiir salarj lo your [arally a Tier your If not, why not taia your wife's name placed on Ihs pay roll or Iho METROPOLITAN LIFE m that In llifl BTenl ol-your death lha Homo can be kept edlng as lisuil? This can be a'rfarigca by deporting with us annuajly a small Bilm 61 money according 16 the amount ot salary -desired.' Sen aoy'of our Lire Wires, G. Gurr, P. A, Denton, P. A. Fisher, J. C..' llanrahia; Hurhdall, Joo lilller, and be up-lodato having your family protection filed up In ibis manAcf. GREEN! PLENTY'bF WATER NUTRITIOUS GRASSES MILDCL1RUTE -s ,_. t -i- HiiHdred Acres of Grazing Lands Soutyast Kootenay Valley? PASTURE FOR HORSES, CATTLE AND SHEEP FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL ON MALGOLM Alexandra Hotel (DURING.THE NEXT THREE UNTIL 8UNCAY'NEXT) OR APPLY DIRECT BY PHONE OR LETTER.TO' Iumber Co, Ity o'i. congress to fii one-halt ol one Wheeler, generpl_ couOael of _ the A'nti-Saioqu League, declared to- day before Hie senate Judiciary -sub- committee. In answering recent alatc- mfcnts.of Samuql .Unlerrae'yeT, counsel for Ihe brewers. I "To. allow the sale ot per clnl. saM U'hcftler, "ivould .keep Improve agricultural- cajidUlonB, not BS ft Class favor io'iiie fannfir, bat order Ibat Ihe wltolc national struct.- ure may. rest on a 'sure' pofnl In 'IMa.'awjikeried Jntere'st on whfcb tbe paper store that "In tlie of Ih6 worldf3 progressive liberals (o awing Ino ot-J alive Uie trade and defeat Iba tawa Convention lo low larffr mid purpose- ot national a.Strong man at the bead b'r tbo.natiy. then lie a clean cut- issue' betweeit the. parties, high vs.-low pyoteclloji.' jiriy. caimof he the'-latfirf Us Very ence dependBtjipofi''ihe" Kliuuiii it co.-npromlse-.-i.t !wlll-operate to --K vivejtho. party.' i. A'day which in our life Mini: will never occur Peace Day. t iri.jhe Jsi'receivin; f, Kricnila ot prohibition do nott-wanl a unless U rlclines inloiicallnV II- fv Jn'ly E the, N'ortnsvcalern w'enl seriously irlp-' jil of Ih'u i way.y The pigiialmGTi vrcnl nut Vlur- 1s s'yrca'lIrjp-JO' olhcr do n'Ol'Jn cipectnlloiiK. We Have Received Orders Buy all Classes of Cattle to Shipped to Dakota, and ai pared to Pay Full Market to be Pre- Pri ice. Phone or Wire: KNIGHT WATSON RANCHING ;