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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR DAILY HERALD JULY 18, 1910 ietbbviboe e, muerta i DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, LtthbrWge A. Buchanan President and Maiugine Director 'iohn Torrance L'usiness Manager TELEPHONES Business Office................ Editorial Office Britain Intervened. To-morrow Uhe I lizatlon p: this cannot' but coisw home The rojok'lngf of tomorrow mark a new era in tha progress of arcs veiebraltug outcome ot a mighty resolve and determination. An outcome accomplished by Immense sacrifice in which the world our Kmplre have been savoj from a great tragedy. The traditions of our race enaMca us lo win the war to maintain those traditions. This mouth last year, ihe pi-lars ot ,ICKED UP ASSING FORTBEUUBYUAN Two-Roomed Structure To lie Season is About Over to HersM) OTIKSTON. 11. C.. July tBo I annual meeting ot the ratepayers ot Umpire were greatly shaken. the orestou School district on Satur- j-iiiejr loitered under the onslaught of a mighty impact. But it valiantly !lhstcod that shock. This time last Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: TJaily, delivered! per week Daily, delivered, per year J.iJ Dallr. by mail.- per year J> YVeekly.-by mull, per year ee. WeekUrby mill, per year to 1.6 J .U.S. 2.PO eipiry bt subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label Acceijt- ance of papers after date is our authority to continue the sub- scription. year it was a day of suspense. To- day is one in which'all fears have teen removed. The way- to our destiny has been p.xved through sacrifice and slaughter. Shall ve march on, or in the reaction of lose all we.have suffered lo gain! That "depends on ourselves. Bv'internal strife we stand.td discount night it was enthusiastically and L'ously decided to proceed with the envtion ol a two-room, structure on the north-west corner ol the public school grounds., the new edifice to ta used for a full-fudged hlsh school. In tUr-past only the Junior and (Irst- year high school work have been tat en up, but commencing with the fall term the full high school co'urse wjll available. The eitra. room "veil later bo used for the manual training acd forJhe present will come iu hand; for boy .scout effort. The ratepayers were !n generous mood, and although the afekM for was in consider THE PEACE CELEBRATION. Tomorrow Is the day officially rec- ognized on which there Is tQ be the expression of a people's jubilation over a stern, cruel, and long all that hes realized by victory.! able in eseess ot the appropriation of other years..yet this was increase to JS.OW lo make sire sruplo fund will lie available lo build (.id equi the ncn-.'sthool." Neil-year win-se Creston with a five-teacher schoo and if the" in evldenc this year is maintained, it-looks as it the bvo-room addition will h req.utred 'for the school term openin Ihe end of drawn war. 13 to be signalized the' great and won: dertul truth tbal :n the tiglit between night and must ever prevail.. It' marks the fact that the world is moving in the course of evo- lution thefe Is a 'destiny -ever before mankind. There-are tire heights which freeboru men and women have to' attain. They are there to be reached, by only those who art worthy of Ihe reward wbichvcoroes lo super- human effort rlghlly.direcled. have fought and conquered. "Oul of the Iravail ot years has 'broken tie ous, d.ajv; '.cloud" ha've'been overspent aid from the pall of, darkness shines forth In splen the glitter.ng AVKK. We hold all "that is worth hold'ng. Let us see that it Is worth keeping. Jl ha's'bei) decreed.that victory should be ours. There been something oi the Great Purpose in it- Arma- geddon has come and gone. We have l-een through the crucible of fire. It ____ has'-been." a scorching fire, hut at 1 iho same time, a purifying fire. The Stockbreeders Association are here lo carry.out what beloved tferp'es "have fought "and died (orv Let elr sacrifices he not iu vain. on "sireels _ of he the.tramp ot men fa a pageant of peace. The pound of their footsteps have meaningt to 'cea'seles Mramp of millions in every part o Bntl h Finpire m.tie four "years pa51 There has bee call In the sound of the'drums ;o tie Empire, beating fact 'tha 'everything which held dea stake. To that calbthe tn 'meiTot of weary pifgnmafi July PJfomijW has-been Saturda mjT'mark- the'' official' enfr mto.lt." j. Saturday will be of fejoicin It wilt 'lieopfe's joy arfr the" great" dellve But the day -of' rejoicing also a day of thought. In the m-2a r lire, in which we regard It will com i home its great significance There Is nothing new in Ihe world created busy.this week fencing oft the paslu areas In Ihe Kcoteuay Hats. The ove 'flow waters are fast reced'ng and 'is the intention to confine cattle !the pastnrage. area In order to.co The fellowship of sm'fsrin.. the war should'continue in the servers much as possime ui me ot peace. The union order of thin ouldigo on. ever nioving .towards" theVlnSfens will ba .closely watch bat is best'.ahd noblest. With this real thought the Peace Celebration; -11 be more than a passing event It ill he the expression that we realize hat means. N The hot weataer has apparenlly at; ec-led Hoheniolterh." iie has eased-to saw -wood. so as U'cr. prevent Uiem running sloe on ihe: whites' lands. Last year the'" up almost S.OOO tons of but H "he weather is right that' 'Quantity will be exceeded this year by 50 per ..cent.. Alter spending a matter of about five weeks of ,_. and rivers who pats ettading street cars ave come.1 to realize this. In the neahtntnre It looks-asiif there 15 going a' t polit- cal parties In "Canada. ton, Andrew Johnson, who recently sold his ranch here to A. W. purchased in the Valley, this ,iveek buying .the Hatiijld iO-acre place, which a tlie -sale The success of Day depends entirely., oil ibe..-interest and'co-opcr- atlon of all the cltzens ot Ifithbridge. With letters to the press the meter question is 19 arouss atten- lion', ii U better to discuss" tie ques- tion now" than to wait lintil voting Tie Ea'rraundlBg towns tend, witi Lethbridge ;n'- one big cele- the district show a viry ilnefconliriunity spfrit. T-Se .thb. irrigation djslrlcts bonded, the. soon- er will Irrigalion become a practical ilmost adjoins he Isold, uic-aai4 being'53.500: The "w'prks department .is calling'.for repairs and improvements 'on tbeVrond' between here' and Kitch- ener. With this work done one of; the few worst spots .on trans-provincial highway-will have been put .shape, but! therb are others that re'; quire attention before the hlghVay ill be in good shape. i week will" pretty -well wiiid- up the 1919 strawberry "shipping. Al- through the year has been qulle dry and some oLthe growers report small- er yeilds, yfc'j: for the s'eason the erpori vrlll sliow n gain of almost 3000 crates duVto U5Q An Dulled Stales Consular asent to be located at l-ondon. .Moulders In Guelph are t'ettiuj r an day. Col. John Wise was eiven a public coption at Halifai city hall. Chas. Gibson, Aylmer. died from ie heat while working in a haymow. -Record prices (or Japanese silk'are uoted iu New York market. Medicine Hat may' uol hold a fair his ytar. Major John A. Mclnlosh. D. S. 0., returned officer, his been appointed postmaster at Call." Steven Marcoso was instantly killed iy the cavlug in of a tunnel la the Valkervllle opal'yards. Guelph has received 41 applicaols tor houses under tho Ontario Housing Winnipeg ejeclricians decided they would'not aftlliate with the "One Big Union." Hamilton has.been chosen for tho Dominion Trades and. Labor'Congress on ScpL 22. For keeping an illicit stfl.l at his home, was fln'e'd JZftj.' fined and "costs as a defoulter under thb'M.'S.-A: Windsor's fuel committee lias been authorized to buy tons of anthra- cite coal. Winnipeg City Council passed- .es timates amounting to J350.000 -for local improvements. R: Fraser Armstrong has been ap- "polnted lown. manager ot .Wood slock t a salary ot Slackenile. Yarmouth drowned in Pinafore ear-'St'Thomas. negro -was perman ntly denature Ichoholi' ...i i' retired farmer residing iu Walkor- ou, being chosen liberal standard nearer In ble field ot AB United' Farmers of Ontario are jutting u ihu field, and as the Conservatives will have a can- didate, lharo promises to bo a warm three-coruered. our foot troubles lit'jotir feet properly with; FOOTWEAR lo permit jou to do 30 Bncg feet to ontf't >ou as you should You will get value for your money placed In our FOOTWEAR. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES> W. J, NELSON Co. j 'SHERLOCK BLOCK 7lh STREET STORE; tas chsn METRPPQLITAN LIFE THE LAROE3-f iNSURXNCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT OFFICES 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK MR. MAN: v Will your employer continue lo pay your salary lo your after your riecKp.se? 11 not wifaSjTimp the pay roll 111.; Jhc Wrf Uill In Iho evenKof your, death the, le Thlo can bt nVftni cf by J' with m Binall of Tccorjljng Iu iW alKoint Sti. any rf fur I viz T G fltirV.' K. A. lienton. r. Fisher J Hanrjhln nm Iluirlill Jfe Miller, and he tip-to-ilnttij ih hiving jour JJiniiy' (ixfd Up in tliis inannt-r. We Have Received Ordersr to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be .Shipfsed to Dakoia, and are Pre- pare'dto Pay Full Market Pripe. Phone or Wire: Phone 1846 ;