Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR ft'HE fllbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 eth Street South, XV. A. Dt'CHANAX Prealdeat sud Director r John Tonaace t Managor Audit Buroau ot Subscription delivered, per weslt Daily, by mail, per year Daily, by mail, for 6 Dally, by niafl, 3 months Weekly, by mail, per year y to si'll al less thiiii ttiy cost ot niiinu- ILcif [Unit tor considerably less iliun ihe cost of j ture. TODAY'S QUESTIONS trom tut) oihi-r Is tUe, u the uen view of ihusk.- who taluk, like Mr.; nurtie -or the real name ot ih> au- Jelliff. that Ihe fanners should bei liioresa? permitted to sell in the market ij' and get tbc ".-it price i.ossiWc-: This! fss ,he imwerTf'the Presl- was a very strongly expressed view dent of the U.S. li: regard to treaties? when whfat Control uaiPurs: intro-j 5 How is the Senate of the U. S. duceil. U wis felt iht-n tliat tho ers siioiim be tq got the; very h'gni-st prices- ;-.v.iUable ou the-, opea market, jii-.i there was a. sroatj dest of protval ajalnst the intioilur-j J- lion of control, l.clcr, as the control j T. policy iiroccetteij, it wort a sreat many! converts i'.moiiSbl the farmers, unt I today there are those who advocate MONDAY, S.l'O 1 wheat control as u permanent i We are inclined to think that ihe bulk f the organized farmers in western SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS A'liat does tite word farm mean? What is expressed oil? What is brevet What Is a longshoreman Wliat Is tha origin of the bride's y the higiie'st class in Rome., It was jertormefl. before ten Pontifci -Slaximus, and n'B parties mutually .partook- of- a cake flour. G-. The .iiiforior. 'leaves' of the tea- plaiit mixed with )ressed .into cubes; the ordlnarj drink '_of the in Jlii sia, south Moscbw.-j A.S.'. have noted :ho nnmes'of-'the new Ministers' pub the' Herald. I'Genera'l Uotha who, is iiofr "dead' was .'leader': of the 3oers in the Boer arid latterly Prime Minister of the new Union o South Africa uniler Britiili'-rule. 01 the acts.. you.. -refer to, .two; pf the ost important may 'be' said 'to ba :hat in regard to parental-control aiit amendirienU to Workmen's Com pensatiori Act.) In introducing the legislation pro: yidiag for the of wheat control this year, it was made clear ly Sir George Foster that there was iio Intention of making the tion were so serious that suchiaction would be .Warranted. It is evident that the Government does not consider there IB any present need for the continua- tion pf the. Wheat Board after the lapse of the control in August. Should conditions arise that Jeopardize the marketing of our wheat under 'the legislation it will be possible for .the Government, lo step in at. rijiy time and take over the control. The the'price of wheat has been }controllcd In Canada during the last .three years is because tho price of wheat has been and Is still controlled the Europe-in markets. Evidently .the Government feels that encan government the Am- r'errtovc! control in that cqiiiil'ry.'we will ,n.ol be handicapped -in -any way In Ihe disposition of "our wheat in Europe 'this year. "Air. Magili, secretary of the .Winnl; in an address I to the western Supporters of the Gov! iernment, or more ago, sail 'that the pricV of wheat this year would be from1 ?3.00 to At thai time he was ad eating the opening of the market and .the discontinuation of control. It argued by those favorable to the con- of wheat control that thero is, no warrant for Canada following in the footsteps of United States on roil Been.- in-avsimilar fiOEltldn its.eiports-.lq pflrtr.trade; In la- may take ;bnr vrexporters'-a considerable time-to regain the market they have lost. j-' What thejiovennn'enl must make certain of is that there is no manipu- lation of the wheat to the benefit of. speculation and to the detri- ment of the farmer. One of the strong arguments advanced In favor of permanent wheat control la that it will get rid of market jobbery and enable the farmer to get the best price, with- out being endangered 'by market mani- pulation.- The Ottawa Journal now alters the N.D. of New Brunswick to No Booze. Irrigation '.evidently spells irrita, llou In the way it appears to be re Earded (n'som'e quarters. r1. In- the Interests of good farming the farmer who neglects his weeds 'should be weeded out. question. Is pointed out thai 'the United States consumes probably ;80 per cent.- of its commercial crop only- 20 per cent, for export, while in Canada it is the reverse, nnd 'for ttie reason it Is argued lliat meana imust'be provided to sell tliu largest Jjortloc of Canada's wheat production j for export. :C. B. Watts, secrclary of the Dominion Millers' Association, lins "13ut-if'it is ill tbc .host -Ihlen Of Canada that Ihn Canadian nhnat Durham, prop should lit, sold at the hit'lii'st! n: possible price, in (he markets of ihel world, this in my opinion can niilyj be done by having government selling1 If there is anything in the luck of. a four-leafed shamrock Shamrock IV. should bo a winner. Interest in Ireland is momentarily detached with interest centred ou the Irish yacht. Calgary has a street railway deficit which removes Lcthbridge from bci ing a class In Itself In this respect. trj-'tha Daughter: of, Nojrtham THK VIAN Grain South of I'urjile Springs Three and ;i lliiif Keel High (From Our 'Own CcTres TABKIl. July Tiiat aliorl-tera- wred IndirWual known lo 'Western owns as the bondholder, has been causing our town council some worry. u consequence, the Muvcnr had a ses- sion: with the bondholders. at Calgary, audi afterwards presented a report to ha town council on the subject at the ast meeting. The Mayor submitted ihe report of the municipal finances commission on the affairs of the town, the gist of n-hlch was ihat Improve- when were being made expenditures ou.slit reduced, even though time to ba was .reducing its liabilities sum of lo Jo.OOO a year. From Our Own-- Correspondent) Lettibridge last daughter hav- ing, been, taken 'suddenly ill and oper- ated OD In Gait ho'spilal for. a'hiptur- ed. .appendix. '-v. been as'welhas usual., all morning, .stringing- v rflth -lier-.-uauai about- eleven o'clqckrthen. going over town' with her In. the car about 1B.3U.' -about 'an hour sho' was pale.Ysoon was -'in pain about .the-1 abdomen- which .was more or less frequent since her severe at- tack of 'flu ID. March. About' 3 p.m. Dr. Campbell was called arid advised an Immediate operation. ,-He tonk her and Mrs. Northam hospital In his car where, with por- fo.nneu" the operation, although tie case from -the start. However the little girl-, fought val- iantly and Thursday noon' Dr. Camp- tell, before leaving pronounced himself fled with her." She was" holding her own apparently. About middle after- noon she became worse -apparently due to a change" iri'treaimeni, niaiie necessary through combined circum- stances, and sank 'rapidly away at S.10 p.m. Mrs.'Northam was with 'Muriel at ths. hospital -through'-' out. The funeral took place from the family Iftl4-4th Ave., Ixjlhbridgo, on Monday, .luly 12th. I. D. Jones and Rev. O..U- Curtis ofnclatlng. the town by the The Mayor pointed out at the meet- ing of the commission, that the town according to the last'iivo annual state- ments, had Improved its position by the amount stated, but the chairman wished him tc pledge' bimself thai the town. would return to the tax both on buiidiiiss "and. which' he d> dined, to.do.' The, increased cost un- der present coudiitoas. of running the town, had; offset, the saving, and he council, that should tlus; (own .defaull, .which it bad not done, iu paying the debentures, the bondholders. In tils opinion, could force matters, and. the town would hove no other course than. to. rqturu to the he had pointed out to the bondholders that the town had no.other source of revenue, but he thought should un- der the 'circumstances, lake tho mat- ter i.bnsMerattyu. A 'certain amount of cultivation will be done at the cemetery and a full report has been asked from Ihe sex- Ion as lo and other details. H. S. district campaign or- ganizer In connection with Ihe com- ins referendum, made a short ad- dress at the recent, meeting of the U.F.A. here, in regard to tho cam- paign, 'and the'-assistance given by the formers in previous campaigns. He 'appealed to those present for as- sistance by ballot in the matter short- ly to be decided.' The chairman of the meeting assured the speaker that the farmers would ba found on the .side- of prohibition when the time'came "for the decision, and that they were all willing to heli with anything _, in the line of true social under-tha auspices of the Alberta Social Wei fare League will- lie held in the S.A. barracks Mo-lay'plans for the loca: the-'date being Tuesday July Goo. in run away to bo Iboiit? h'is'-usua health: while Robt. Gray, president of the Oray- IXirt been elected director of the Standard Bank. One of Winnipeg's landmarks, the Id t'tareudou Is bflua dem'ot- slied to make for store 'and tiBce building. The Calgary Browing Co. Is going o erect a new holer ou the site of he old Graud Central liolel, In Cal- ;ary. which, was burned down last fiuter. The death occurred at Halifax of Hoaorn, wife oi Hon. N. H. Meagher, A "retired judge of ihe Supreme Court. Besides her husband she leaves three ons and oue daughter. Dr. Alexander Primrose -has been ing for ilf "very., well satia- Stricter rules are to be enforced with regard to'export.liquor houses in the Province. none too "llc.isliy had appli- cation in Ihe ciise of twrl cows, near N'.C'.. who had, ted on the np.sli rjf a motjiishtiie filtil.. Two thousand dollars' worth of tbc police. The vilo to hieet government buyiiiK abroad i oMum concealed In eggs shipped lo instead.of having a dozen or more ruinese resident. In Calcury 'porten competlni; nBalnsl one an-i, cutting prices In onler lo try i main sales nnd reducing their "M lo "llt- bids for the wheat they buy in order j secure a proper rmtrgin of profit 5 on the bids received, taking into ion- Ihe risks Incurred. A deputation representing the smrdlor millers, appeared before Hie t'anadian '.-Wheat Board at their meeting in Winnipeg last week and iiofnlcd out Jihat the prices.paid hy (he Board tor wlntef wheat fiour not only allowrd Jtio p'rofll at all but only gave the mfllnr 18c per barrel on early imr- chagt's ahd-Cc per bbl. ou later pur- .lowarrls ILc cosl of milling 'which waa estimated at SSc per bill, The quest Ion was you had to pay the fixed price what w6nld ha TO tfone Tho'reply WM, would have bad lo reduce .the price -v.-e paid to the farmer a> icordlnjly'.as .we could not cpp'.lnuc The operators for the flral limn artr with tne miners in the liolicy cif n closed shop, and In llinl process mo mlktsc-d by a (crtaln elf-j inenl nf miners: wbieli shows It is a (uird matter' lo .please 'every- body. Thi Trice now in progress at Sandy I look is conducted on ths; linos of true The owners nnd crew of bolli yacbta aro triifj and clean sportsmen, and no mutter willed ivinj inlernalional fcelinga will riot ho ruf- fled. The sjilril of dean spurt in contest makes this possible. the (From Our Own .Corrcapondent) 'July 17. Cballiurst baseball boys met (he Jlaclcod boys Friday night, in a-friendly-ga'lne, and after strenuous playing by- both sides run up a score of in favor of tlie -Macleod learn. Msclcod was not In the distribution cf the trophies' from the war office as (hero arrived today tvra guns, to !jc 'placed in' promt nent places In tho town, and will no doubl fiml n place. In Ihe -Veterans new hall when built. Jt will be re- membered that n lieutenant from Mar- lend wrote to his friends tclllng'thcm that a number of such gnus would he available, and to make application. This was done through 'our 'member II. M. Sliaw. arid tfiosfo are now on exhibition'In front'of-thc town hall. OENEKAF- MOBIUHATION OUDEKEO IN'SVKIA i LONDON, July gorrcral mobi- lizaiion In Syria has been ordered as a reply t nine Cre.irh' iiUlmnlum I" Hint lie acquiesce In the f-'reiu-h maridatn for Syrin. according I" a to (lie London Times from The dispatch adds tluit if tlip Prencli coniniiiuilM. docs not receive a snlis- factory reply I'ne with will occupy AlcpjM and ntiirch on Damascus. Ancitlier dlspnlch to the there; 'sti remain occasional bodily reminders of the is feel ng much like himself, again. Union hotel; on account o a change In plans, Is', being jiallei dowji, to make way-for a'couple-o comfortable bungalows, as Ihere is a somewhat' strenuous- demand foi louses.- A. Gomerod of Grassy Uke, who !ias been ill while iiftown, has beer removed to his noiiie'to recuperate and left on Thursday, accompanied by his'wife and family.; Wheat, standing nearly three and a halt Veot high, nnd'oats almost; th same; from south of Purple Springs has been shown the correspondent the heads of both'being well formed and Ihe wheat heads showing flfl kernels to the head.' The land in thi field is still wet. being overshadowei by the grain, and the" sun and wim getting, little cbniico to' dry out in soil. General Manager -Murphy, Gen Supl. J. M. Cameron, and Supt. C D MacKlntosh of the I.ethbridge dlv sion.were la town today, having mo toTed front points east of here. Tli crops In the Taher district are fin enough to draw tho wh'ole Itoyal fain Hy to this point for is a pity that his H'oyal Highness I not !n Canada at present. Irom Port I'olborne lol Port Dr.lhousie, wpuld electrified' j at aii early date: I __ Medical of Queen's I'niversity has adopted the six Tear course, to apply drst to matriculants of September, 1920. At ume ttmo there will come lalo cited a seven- Itevelstoke is requiring a license Vea course in nud Mediclue, tho f to sell near beer. of U.A. to'be granted at the I ii-ud o' flve years, and tha ofi Chas. E. Lister, former Chatham, i M.U. at the end of seven years. Dm., alderman, IB dead. hoseu as the new Dean of the Faculty of Med'clne at the University of Toronto to succeed Dr. C. 'K. larke, who resigned recently At the Liberal convention .for Queen's county P.E.I., John K. Sin- clair, -M.P.. and D. A. McKl'nnon, a ormer lieutenaut-govenior, and form- er M.P. for the county, were nominat- ed as federal candidates. John Muldrew, of the firm lorough. Muldrew Co., for over nfty years prominent In tho'business ifc at Toronto, died at Toronto. Ho ivas born ut Newtouvllle on .January i, i8u. Inauguration of a campaign for .amendment mnklng.divorce (mppsslhle'ln the Unit- ed Stales was announced by the Itov. Dr. Walter Gwynne, General Secretary of. the Society for the Upholding of of Marriage. Lieutenant Charles Melville Mac- "realh, formerly an engineer In Ihe Public Works.Department, has been appointed Sheriff of Algoma district in succession to Mr. .William Carney, who resigned cflice at the beginning of the year. Reeve Sutton of Port balliousle states that he. has received informa- tion that the Welland Division of the Grand Truik, which parallels the At au Orange 'celebration it Sound, Hev. T. G. JlcAleer, la iu dress said rThe Orange AESoclatloa Is tbo great medium for better unijor- '.audlng hetwceuv the Horaan Cath- olics aud the Protestants." de- clared that, as'an Omugeman aud a Methodist, was prepared to co- operate at any time with tbe ".Oman Catholic priesls, and would bis pleas- ed lo preach in their pulpits or .bave" them preach In his. That General Crilcbley has re- cruited and taken.Into Mexico, Ihreo battalions of British troops and set- tled them ou u acre estate; and that he has four fully equipped air squadrons under his. command, is the news that has reached Calgary from an authoritative source. These troops, who are primarily British set- tlers, were recruited by the general and hla staS In different parts of the British Isles and and are under the command W the general and his brother, Major H. C. Crltchley, both of Calgary. To cover Iho recruiting und ti-ausportation ex- pense's ol these troops, the British government provided '_ Records- For All Machines No mailer what have, to loop a> yoe a steel or needle.; Victor Rocorts will YOU ARE WELCOME tOABIG CATALOGUE FREE If you haven't i machine, buy a Mason jfh f cbni us. Euy payments If Block'-' Hamtvof the' Viptroli" Immigration Officers Arrest Three Montreal "Ladies- Had Wine Aboard ByrtLlN'GTO.N'. Vermoift, July (Canadian United States immigration officers thought their bodies were too plump for their faces, Allna itemlllard, Eva Bnyer and Margot Desperes, Montreal, wera held and examined at the border while at- tempting to enter the United States. In consequence they are lo be arraign- ed on the charge of smuggling spirits into the United States: The misses Ilemfllard and Boyer were spotted al Newport, Vermont.- The matron a Iho Immigration office, who "frisked them found that each carried two cans of a gallon each, containing high-class wines. In specially constructed skirts, About the waist of each say the imnilgralion people, was another specially devised garmeut witb many pockets. In these 'waists each had eight plnla of higb-graile wines.. Mlsa Desperts was arrested under similar circumstances al iuditord. the officers say. True it It is impossible to buy a purer soap thin Sunlight. Therefore it is_.really soap yoii can buy. The purer and less you need for the wash and the .better the work done.- is a real-economy to use Sunlight Soap for the wash and about the _ House'. Insist on getting the Soap you ask LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO Sired Hailwaymen Refuse Award of Arbitration Hoard Tttke Vote 'WINNIPEG, July winnTpeg street railwayman have refused tho award of Juris? Myers' arbitration board granliiiK Ihem iin Increase "of approximately ten per cent, A rofcrundum was taken (hiring the lattor part of last week and the re- sult was announced at a meeting of the men held at 'midnight Saturday. The meeting appointed a committee which will wait on company officials tills morning .ind present the decision of Din mm. It is iimlurMoud from the men Ihat one or two conrsos will be taken. Kither the men will slrlhe. or they i wll lannly for ,lcw arhiiratioii hoanl to have the v-hole case reconsidered. This .latter .possibility Is tho more cnivcd from Syria, dated last Friday, naylni- the Krenth had ad- vanced In force lo Hayak with armored fare, airplanes and nrtillery and I nut I', was assumed their destination was Ali-ppo :ini] Datnascns. The l.oiHlon Times last Saturday printed n that the Krencli hnd I tipfr.itlnn In Syria nnd wore I toward anil Damascus. Times from Cairo nai'cs. n reporl re- Lfau of the O.T.A, lu tliu bint 12 months fines'aggre- gating J5.5SO have been paid Inlo Smith's Kails Police Court for flola- Help Your Province E PER CENT. By purchasing bonds of- the Province of Alberta. T" s- While securing the highest class of investment procurable at "the- same time aid your Province .to provide for the building of its Public- Works and Telephones in the most effective way! 11 Finahcing by the issue of bonds with in the Province results in the distribu- tion of the Interest among our own people. li If you encourage this idea, you help your Province to become less depend- ent on outside money markets. Interest is payable of May and 1st of cou- pon. i Bonds are in denominations of and U Remittances should be made by marked cheque, money order or postal note. These Bonds may also be obtained from any recognized bond house In the Province of Alhsrt... Write for fuller information to Deputy Provincial Treasurer, "OH, C. R. MITCHELL, Provincial Treasurer W. V. NEWSON, Deputy Provincial Treaiurer, Parliament Etfmanloo, Alberla.