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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I p i i- PAGE TEN THE tETTHBIUDGE DAltY MONDAY, _______ Peace Celebration Attracted Great Crowned the Sports MACOONNELt TO COMMAND H.Jil.C. OTTAWA, July mln- Ister at militia olticlally un- nounces that Sir Cameron MacDou- v Mil, KC.U., C.M.Cl- D.S.O.. le- v gion of honor, late general ot- ficer commanding tho 1st Csua- -f illan Division, has been appoint- ed of Iho Koyal -f. Military. College, Kingston. Gen. MicDonnell a good many years v v ago was with the R.X.W.M.P. al lA-ihbridge. t (FVonj OLT FER.SIfi, July peace cele- bration yesterday .brought out ibe _% largest crowd of people Vver assem-1 s bled In Fernie. The neither was tiuo ind tto elaborately Jeroraled busl-; Vic-lory. A. 1- Fisher, SI. P. an- bouses and private dwellinss dressed the Ihrous briefly after which made of ibe rilv a grand spectacle. I Lieutenant. Rev, C. E Batiold. ik-liv- A arch was built across j ered m a most Impressive nianncr_lhc Victoria Avenuo which was too acme Jollowing address on Iwn.ll ot Iho ro- of all the efforts put" forth to mate of [urned soldiers: the occasoin one to be remember by cvery one who saw ft, Upon Ibe side of Ibe arch was In- COULD II STOP icribed Ihe word "Peace.'' below which on the pillars at the sides were in- scribed the names of the hundred heroes who went to the from frenj lie J'emie District, never to return. On ite oppostie side was inscribed the word "Victory" -beneath which were the tames of tne battles in syjffch the. heroes (oaslit and died for Ihe benefit of who should live to celebrate their and [be results of Itoss EoWe 'deeds. The procession ot Boats and decor- ated cars formed at Ihe Central school .building, headed b'y a hundred re- turned soldiers in uniform, and con- ducted by the. H. W. M. P-, marched op (lie street and ihroiigh Ibe beauti- ful arch. Countermarching, Uhe pro- cession stopped beneath the arch end Mayor liphlll performed the ceremony 01 Miss Richardson Queen of BLISTERED Ton need EK.re I5na talcoa -yea oeJ EOBA-KOKIA. Bnrae KORA-KOS1A. i qualities of txltuB._ and Doa'f" 4-0 Awar ttis.-svma e r vrithoct KOFU- EOH1A. ftnfl rtay it b o'm Deueaih this Arch of Triumph 1 uncover my iead-. In the presence ot he Victory Queen, whom you have ft light Service McLaughlin Garage 1Hh Street South For Ihe coDTenleuce and bet- ter service lor our customers, are prepared to lato'on ad- ditional wort at cigbts, vrasTiefl and polished, or Elmonized at reason- alile Tales done by Old Counlrr carriage (Trucks oiled and 'greased. 'x Cars greased and oiled. Xire repairs, etc. Emergency calls t ended to. Cars stored In our Garage ate well looked alter. LETHBRIDGE Arthur Barniley Steve Lavnon Manager Night Foreman chosen us embodyius all this great oc- casion means, I bow. "On this not only we, as a city, or as a province, or QS a vast dominion, but as the Empire, and a world, celebrate Peace. "On this occasion.-beneath this glor- ious arch, inscribed on the' one side with Peace.'and on tbe other with Vic- lory, on behalf ot Ihe Great War Vet- erans, J greet you. We who went to France did our part to bring Ihis sreat event to pass as you did here. We realize ibal this might have been a day ot peace but not of victory, then we should this day ami always. have buns "our heads in shame. But we bate, assembled to celebrate peace and victory. May these Iwo words be enshrined In our all time May we Cud that this spirit thai has made.viclofv.possible, that during the. lasl.Dve years, called us, guided us1, lilted inspired us, car- ried sustained, us .and led ua io this glorious-day keep us.ever.'Amen." The presented, with a casket'of was..alte'Ddcd.by thfee ladies irr. wailing.-.These .were the unsuccessful candidates -for- the 1 Shprthouse, Miss; WootJa and Miss Henderson.. The Fernle City Bana.'the Salvation I Army-Band and Ihe Bugle Band-for-, 'nished the-mnsic.. doten ;Koolcnay I Indians, dressed in -'their traditional I war dresses, .bespangled with ribbons and their heads dected out in most wonderful feather decorations, added a most striking and picturesque tea ture to cbe procession. .Ttiere were a score or more-ol floats, among which was one bearing' helmeteS sbield. -Miss-Kilgritt assumed this character asd drew flal- I tering compliments from all sides as islie vode so sedately :and majestically nnder supBofled by. four S. E. T. boys also', had a float oon -which Ihey went through many their slants as the parade .moved the slreets. One Bait, design d by Italians, and bearing Big a. of peace LCeorg'e.'ana cleraenceau, attract-'' mucb a'Uention. An Irish jaunting car was also a awing" 'Susie's" band, z g cart loafied with girls and boys, aklng music with frying pans', sauce insjand olher kilcben utensils -waa e cause of mirth for the kiddies. U would talie too much space to ole all-the 'handsomely decoraled rs in the long line wnicb eitended bra IhR school house-through" .and iyond the Arch of Triumph. N U. S. Consul Inspfsilor Inspector of Consulates, Consul Gen- From Fruit Juices 112 Coouinj ST., ST. Jons, X.B. "I feel I mujijcll you of the jreat btnrfU I hive -received from your Kondcrful 'Fmit-a-tiTra'. I hive been s sud'crer for' many jeirs from Yioit'l HeaJstka, and could no pcrmine.nl relief. A friend Io lake 'Fruit-' ana I did sg with great success; .tnii'DOit J am entirely free of thints. to your splendid MRS'. ALKXAXDF.lt SHAW. 500. a bor.G for {2.60, trill sire 25c. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price, postpaid, br. r'ruit-m-liTet Limited, OtUwv LUiERiiFMERS WOULD I WE ARE NOT IN THE LIVERY' BUSINESS u IF STATELY DIGNITY -i.'V'--- fsjonr choice mdnument ire re-idy to submit variety tth Strett, tenth, CALUAltl', July. shall, welcome Ihe fullest and most search- ins Investigation into Ibe affairs, o( the GUIs coLiprlseil In tho Mountain Lumber Manufacturers' said H.-H.-Ross, president of.tlie as- soclnlion to Iho Canadian Press. Mr. was in. the ?dtj' oo his vray In Waldo, B.C., where the mills ol Iloss Saskatoon Lumber compauy, ot wblcli ho is the bead, are situated. "The Mountain Cumber Manufactur- ers' association want the whole (ruth known and wllh Ihe Tacts before ths public ond bolero the Eoverunirni, shall have no npprchension as to the verdjcl rcspecling our profits." Generally speaking the cost of logs In Ihe mountains Is about down alvlhe mills. The nunufacture. will cost from Io SS. This gives a total cost of fSJ (o ?25 and yet records-will show lhat Ihe ivtrage, price Ibal the manufacturers bavo besn receiving at tho mills is from J23 Io 525. He also said that the British Colum. bia mills had lost money for last ICE years and'some had gone into I liquidation, for example, lha Fcmle Lumber company, with liabilities ol 52CC.CS5. Resp'ecling the charge Ibat Ibe Bri> llsh Columbia lumbei1 niEiiutailurers verft discriminating agalust tho pral- rlo consumers, Mr. Ross declared that U was untrue. "TLo truth he said, "ivo prefer Iho Canafilau orders for this Iracle as there Is u bigger ruarglu lu i[ for us. "UuL lei rac point oul what has hap- pened.. During. the early part of Iho year aud well Into Iho spriug, orders piled In ou us for futuro delivery us crop prospects were splendid. Tlieu tho prospects becamejless roseate und cancellations i poured In.- sli Day Observed By 1'ro- cession undi Gathering On the Court Holisc Square mills In Iho Craw's Nest bad 300 cars .MINXIPEO. July 31.--Sir-ru HUMS ures to combat men ace In eoulhern Manitoba will'oc lak eu as a result ot Ilio conference lield at .Mellln uit-Frbloy nlgliOllou. H. S. Thornton, ininlsu-r of education and Hon. V. Wlifcler. luinisti-r of ag- riculture, discussed .-j cslioi- nlo Ihe extent of .Iho but it is much higher tliau the S per cent lhat KM nl first expected. Some fields are. stripped others bavo leen left wllh only Ibo sulks ivhilu many bare been imrilv eaieu rff.. Several German guns captured by Canadian battalions' Wc.ro a feature ot the peace celebration in' clal to The FEIINIK, July Iho park oii Peace Day a lung programme of sports and games was pulled off, Tlic base- ball tuuruamcuL was a drawing carcl for the crowd and Iho Kcrnle teem won the initial game fforn Michel but went down to defeat before tbe "Log Hollers-i from. Waldo. The football contest between Kernio ami Coal Creek wus n no score! being made by elllier side, 'thoyjb, jt was.a holly coulesled Stewart, has been in town iw dayi inspeciins the oSlcc of Con- jl Xorton T. Brand. Consul Brand ad a few guesfs at lunch with him jday in, honor of his official gnest. bnsnl SteVari proved to'be a most ntefesting and entertaining compan- in at lunch and regaled tbe little orapany with some. mos.L. interesting eminiscence, jallierei! 'during his ong connection wPJi tbe consular ser- Ice ol the United Slates. He bas pent much time In Italy, Russia, ant] regions now so iDlerestioc 60- ause experiences in the great war. Consul Stewart left this evening or Calgary, enroute t6 >Mmonton where he goes to inspect the Edmon- on Consular oSice. F WINNIPEG, July to leading local Inbor olficlala who have taken a prominent part In champion- Ing tho cauao ot the One Big Union today Is one big or- ganization. Tbe business of reorgan Izlng the craft, system la merely a matter of lime, Ihey, declared. Slity-lwo of the la unions efflllal erf with the labor council have taken vote on the One IJIg Union ulan and, It la staled, In every case Ihe majority favored Ihe flan. The other 13 unions have not mad. returns as (o rote of Iheir member shin, .leaden, slated. Tho' Typograph leal Union was the only one to relus to take a vote on Ihe proposal.. An alleged llircal by Iho Dominion Jradei Congress to cancel Ihp. ch'arle of the Winnipeg Trades and I-abo Council appeared to, cause union Iliorlllta no worry." They, anllclpalc' lhat should any unions fall Io fall'i line wllh Ihe One Big Union scheme such bodies .would break away -iroi (he present organization and Ing of a French sergeant by Gtr- mans at Man'nheiin. _t The'newspapers point out that of wir svHFi Germany will exist unlil the peace treaty IB ratified and that- until' ln'fn Marshal Foch In command and thai he mutt be obeyed. Baden-Powell tells you in "Scoutihg for Boys" how something refreshing in your mouth helps you on a long march. When, go on a hike, take Adams Chiclets: Yott can't beat the peppermint flavor of their Tcandy-coating jor making the miles seem short. I If Baden-Powell had knowji about Chiclets, he'd have.told-. you about them in Ahe scouts' They're good [6t you in lots 'of for your .digestion, good for your teeth, ygood for your, temper. They help you.keep the scout law...- areiold everywhere at ten for a nick'el. Adams product, particularly prepared MADE 'Catiadiari Chewing Gum Vancouver _ ;