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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MQC FOOT uTHBRroGe MONDAY. JULY 21, 1919 She alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publlihtrs THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD tRIMTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 6lh Street South. Lclhbrldge W. A. Buchanan Lous and Progressives or the type of Mr. LtoyJ Georpe alul Churchill could not mis auy more thin water and oil could mingle. To Ihe mind, however, as eiperienee has shown. Coalitions have not been popular. They have had no duration, k Is very douhiful it the present Povtrsaient iu Ibc I'nilei) I Kingdom "Mould have returned to I power were ijol for thp jwpular (tries, identified with the pauisbmenl President and' Managing Director j fiKalscr aud lie Indemnity John Torrancf Business h TELEPHONES Office Eth'.iria! Office........... from CIcrmany, been introduced iu tho hst General Election. The result o! tbe ivhjch pracik-.Mly all wen' Bsalus' and JHtmtcr Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rites: Daily, delivered, per r.cek .....5 .15 Dally, delivered, per year ......7.50 Dally, ;by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to 'J.S. 2.09 Dales of eiplry of subscriptions au- rtsily on address laboL Accept- toco papers after expiration date Is our: authority to continue the sub- scription. THINGS WHICH WERE LEFT UNDONE. The big Peace Celebration Is over tnd Lelhbrldge signallizci the day Triiu Immense credit lo Itself. At no" time in (he history of the city, it can be said, wore Ihere so many people congregated, and the good order and the' good feeling that prevailed, aro a wonderful tribute, to the spjrlt lhat animated ihe largo crowds thai were iverrwnere. evident. .While the celebration in ilselt calls for rnach commendable commcnL there Jwere certain features In it Yrblch'iii their-nature cannov be over- looked.- They were subjects ot gen- eral crillc'lsm aid these criticisms in ttp way redounded to the credit of the rjty It there was any- thing-in IhVway oi" .a falling down, it ib to those particular pro- visions'which on an1, occasion Jike Sstnrday should mil have been over-' Ibal the cily authorities bail a big task in-front of them, but iSis7Ja.no way snnrtcoin- we. cannot ;tjul refer lo. Ip: nothing. thVnature pE the Eihlbition grounds, Vay of laying the dost was a deplor- able omission. Wbere were Ihe city wjSler_cafts? On a day like Saturday ..We should would have-teen out at least-during some part of the day. But this was evi- thought "of. As a conse gue.nce, the way to the grounds was through "mlnalnre dust storms, 'xThe "congestion In the traffic.in-the irrpnndg .d.ld not redound to ihe cre.dit .fcT tie police. U was the-circumstances there were.no s'er- Icrn accidents--There'was no one to ..regulate the" parking of the 'there waa a regular further, 'we may1 jar-thai things might have been 'better, handled. The ejjr; arriigeinenta -were 'alto- Inadequate; and hundreds had to Trali: home after the; end al the fiienicm program. It.Is .by no means .pleasant 'o.call to these matters but; it Is abundantly needed In the' Interest oi the jmbllc, as something which.Trie cily authorities should take note 'ot Jrtlh. view lo public gatherings ,ln tke future, where The termer issues were not so prominent, gives color to tills vieiv. Tbe Ceutre party Ui Its name sug- gests a happy medium. The move Is explained as having originated Iu the necessity of fighting Bolshevism. This may be us presumable motive. It u-ould be probably "more correct to new it as an expression of shrtwd politicians like Mr. Winston Churchill that a Union Government could nol look with, certainty lo anything of permanence, and something else would be therefore necessary. Tho name of Lloyd George "as leader 'of the new party is suggestive. With pro- nounced progressive views. It cannJt be said Uiat the atmosphere of the I present. Cabinet Is altoselher congen- ial to him. The Idea of a new party. Judging from its source, carries a con- fession that a Unionist parly In Great Britain cannot be depended on lo be strong enough to hold its own In Lhe fulure against other contending ele- ments. Forecasting cabinet changes is the new occupation of tbe season. "Hqme.to the Mou.nlatns" Is a lar lune these days when mmds run lo VTilh the recurring cases ot illicit brewing. It appears lo be a case of. "still" they come. The Prince will be a welcome -visi- tor. Ho Is. a democralic- Prince and makes IL his business lo show himself as such. In busying'itself orer the stock and teed situation, 'th6 Provincial Qo.vern- rrienl ia .taking iimely and commend- able.action.' A: v i .-i In the case of some of the names meotioned for Cabinet rank, their owners will have the feeling that .erlt.Is at lasf being recojuizsil. There was no '-more graceful ac- nowledguent of 'ihe young Prince lan he iua'de when receiving the free- om of the City ot that tak- ng tart, in tne war had made him st tENTRE. PARTY )N CRlXT BRITAIN VII hereditary lnsUncls.CD.unl. tor'i jt is not surprising i hat the Idea of a new.party to be known aa'lne In Great. .Britain, tomejs from Jlr. Winston ChurchllL jrljs father, llio lite Lord'..Randolph phurchill, made himself at one'lime hjiftself, along few Fourth''j'ariy In (he ,'Brlllsh.Hqiiso oil a tboin Iji-Lbe slde'c lie 'Ajernrnenl of the day. The lliing "of a 'powc founj.1 pol.ftJQ I'liliecamV even i'oldrted' In' lire' cttiefrallr til rank r as .Chancellor of In 'Ini liter administration fnJ3reat Britain; Political con e very much nnalogou conditions (n Canada, I .1 In'both cAiintrlc-s IHer i Qovemraenls.- Tiles ijotii calied.liito being for a i, lor.Caitylng out a united po nliig ,That ate. Groin wag drilled Into tailor- 8 department o( the Canadian Corp'i c-adquarlers and continued with ll Ooan. In Germany. He returned rom thfre to witter, Ens- th auJ jillrf from Liverpool (or ou the Olympic, June 7th. bis discharse ID Tor- nto he came 011 to. Taber. Pte. as dratted from the 113th Into He 5th Canadian Scultfiti aDd shared the irtunes'snd e'ory ol that noted rejjl ent lo the end. Ho through he thick of It at Vlray KIdse. Hill aS3cUernlaele. Arras. Amiens and ambrat; and was among tfaoso who, ier Ihe armistice, led Ihe advance nil) Germany, being stationed latterly I Llnillacve, near Cologne. He re- urned with his battalion to Wlnnlveg nd was discharged ihere on May uth men are old Umers In Taber aud re doubly welcomed honse. On Friday last two more ot Ihe veterans, well kaomt flad well ked, put iu Ihelr appearance. artmel of the famous 31st, Calgnry. nd Pte. Dan. McGlllvery of the H3lh elhbrjilge. Doth missed the silver ullet nnd reliirn hi good health.. Un- uluoately Ihe reporter has not yet ot a chance at Iheiu. Hiss Fulruer, who tins been og a musical course Jo Dubuque Col- ige, Iowa, is apcnding the summer illl'her mother, Mrs. John Xefl. The new grounds an1! mldlngs are fast being got into shape or the fa'r on July In ilion .to the attractions already' an- ounced the famous Martin Children f Edmoulon have been engaged for erformances on, the platform In Trout T the grand sland. These ehlerlaiii' rs were amongst the slrotlgesL allrnc- ons af-bolh the Ednionlon and Cai- giry fairs. The racing proeram hr.s Iso been isssued and WT clip the.fol- owing'llems from It: Second day; race, 5100; 2.55 pace. or rot, }200; free-for-all rim, f200; hird day; trot or ace. J250; ladies race, ffOO; elay race, }150. Mr. Archie Dennett, a e Taber High School and recently eturued-froin the front, has been an- ointed as assistant to Principal Gould n the High .School staff. The .critl- Ism w_e have got tii make Is not ol Jr.'Bennelt, but of Ihe school board, local man has obtained the con- racl for Ihe three agricultural coi- egei-.al Raymond, YoungEtown, and Olelchen. .This Igfall-to the good tor The Prince of "Wales Is comlns lo thliriiJge. For thV in'onlh the J.ly council .be .bnsj Ittdying the Court .Giilde 'as lo the rule-ot precedence In -presentations .0 Jill RoyaI_Hlghnej5. Engll-h as she Is spolie in Scotland 6M not appeal Indian at Ihe Blonu Reserve. I'osslhly he has re- grels that he lost something In falling lo understand an invitation to a "wee d'ocJi-an'-dhorla." Senator''Polndeiler Is regarded as the oeil President by the Walla.Wall; Bullelin. But, lo this, the! paper, al ycVesJiie. hope Ihatjii mil cnangc hlj view" In .regard.to the League' o Nations. This Is-a broad-hlnl-lo the Senator. hi In heart oofc part heartily. 'A pjeaaiDg feat nre of wag.the music, tender ed.by an orchestra comp'oaediof Mrs Bryan, Miss Bryan and .Messrs: Kirk McRolierls ana'Appintph. Thi surprises'.of the when thi Jaslor "won out in th'e .'choir "race, ani occasion, carried Ihe .thread am needle race. A ot residents tfqm'7 Hi Ei'ajice.' held] th same day al the river On Thursday, the Mor mons "Will hold Pionee Day picnlc.- MI33 Croao'y of Edmonton, o (lie provincial nurses, address on Thursday aflernoon. in-th churclJ to Ihe Women'.') In Etilulc, the subject being "How Nurse, Typhoid A public meelingi beheld Alpi day afternoon In.the.Coiiiicjr'Ch'arJib'c to discuss Ihe qiiesilaii'ol a 3 pal Hospital vol. will he present froni iclpal dl trlcl and thos "jvho'.'aro" inlerested Is desired: On Weflnesday allofnoon'trie'.Tjbe baseball learn was defeated.on Its 01 diamond b? the Magraln team by score ot 1 to 4. The game -was los somewhere in the left.field..'.Tuftlan and Lewis pitched for the'local' 1.531 Returned After an absence' al tbo front. "and Pte. J. U. Whylo are back .again sale anil sound, and have'Bacn Ihe other a high tribute.by going into ______________ i i P 11 JCKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR THE BDBT MAN Michigan's wheat crop larger Ihau for teu years. Manufacturing planle In tbe I'. S. number over Miss Haltlo Filler the lies treasurer ot Idaho Falls, Ida. Dr- N. E. Mackay baa resigned as a member of the Halifax health board. Union Slock Yards. Winnipeg, shlp- ptl elsht cars of cattle lo Belgium. Eilenslve ucV buildings are to bo erected at Iteglna tor tho N.W.M.P. The army worm is doing dauiago In Norlhern Alberla. Jonn Verral died at Hamilton as n result of a motoring- accident: Over wage-earning women are members ol the U. S. Women's Trade Union- Two H-yenr-old. boys paddled in n 17-foot canoe from Chicago to New Orleans, 1GOO miles, In 62 days. It Hint tho Prince of Wales will not able lo visit tho Sli Nation luttlan Iteserve. Alex Dugan, wauled. In Woodstock on a two-year-old charge ol thclt. was arrested at Si Smith's 's Falls. 13 'one that made last year y a largo nuraher of citizens, That every vacancy on the school taff should be properly advertised, as s doue in" all .progressive school' dis- ricts. It Is busmess-and further yre would say that no job should be let n connection; Tfiih! -tbe school wlth- ut calling for .pulilifq 'tenders, Aa for lr. Bennett; w'e shall give him h'sarty unport wish 'him hres''' i AVe They AVere Ordered Restored To Owner 'arid Roy Alberi- V .eon Goes; Free Afler 40 years' service, Chlet Keep- er Alklns, of Portsmouth Penitentiary, Is going lo retire. The iale Lleul.-Col. P. J. Dlngwall o[ Winnlpej lell an eslalc valued at tSS.ODD. Jaa. A'. Lambert, for 30 years pub- lisher ot the Mount Forest Represen- tative, Joe JIalls, a Hungarian, was drown- ed at bjren Sound when an old punt sprang a leak, St.' Andrew's Presbyterian church, Niagara on-the-Lake, has ]U3t celebra- el its 125th' anniversary. Kansas is geographically the cen- :ral stale of the U- S., lying eciually liglant from the -four boundaries of he country. A. negro arreJled al Evansvllle, Ind.', _jr bootleBBirjg, wore a specially made .coat, containing 27 pockets on the inside. For (he first lime in thB history o( the.Universily. of California more wo- men than men received bachelors' de- grees this year. From: the Metropolitan lower. New York, on a clear day can he seen the homes ot ohc-siileenlh of .the entire population of the U.- S. KDilONTOX. July re peril from the Goutb Indicate tbat Ihn ralnlsll of Thursday did nol eitend to the'country below Claresholm, but was fairly general In Uic ccutral part of tho provliieo. Eiropt for a fow local showers there has uoea practic- ally no rain since. Thursday uoori, but the weather has conllnued cloudy, and. Ihe moisture has accordingly had nn opportunity (o soak Into tho ground. TLe E. D. arid D. C, railway officlnls report Ideal crop conditions along lice norlb and through the Teace river and Grand Prairie districts. Tht'ro has been abundant moisture Ihere and the grain Is looking, al Its best. Bad Conditions at Salkatoon SASKATOON', July rain tall morning. "Wealher cool and .cloudy. Crop conditions very bad. during the" month SO strikes, Involv- ing workpeople and resulting In a loss ot about working days, as compared with SI strikes, 17.685 workpeople and 893.816 work Ing days in .May, 1919; arid 32 clrlkca, ll.SSS workpeople and' working days In June, 1918. -Mrs. Talbbtt, whose husband was Elaln. br motor bandits, has bcon elect to 1111 out his uneipired term as sheriff ol Leiington county, Missouri. St. nnd surrounding towns and villages are threatened with a bread famine, owing lo labor troubles with Ibe bakeries aud bread drivers. H. B. McGUfcrt, park commissioner oE Topeka, lost a leg. In France, received, a letter from a one- legged Chicago, girl, vfanting io marry him. 'j Augusl the sugar mag- nate oEHuntington, N. Y., has given nn Ice chest to every poor family lii The "Man from Montana" figured in a case before 'Judge .Green at the rict Court, yesterday' afternoon in a charge cattle stealing, .preferred against" Roy The; accused was charged with the- _' ateailqg ol hree head of callle'.at.'or near Ktn nondaie, the property" of Berber' Jones, a rancher. The'defence was Hat tho said cal lie were purchased fr lire's at Eyre'nibre, from.one' Ryan, roan from Honor, afler rearing the dlamia'se'd the charge, ordering Inc'rcstltullcm of the animala" to Jones. O. P. P. Conyhcaro K. C., was forth prosecution "and B.. C.-. McKenzfe for the .defence. >1 through American school the" JonJor Jled Cross, will contribute (his- year lo the relief of chlll'viclims of the war overseas. Miss AmaDda End. a one time New York'stenographer, Is making a sue- In. the active management of-a lEO-acre ranch ID Ihe-far South Bruce Liberals nominated yrahk Rcnnle, a'relired farmer of Walkertpn, Eor tbe Ontario legisla- ture. A sixth barn In the township ol Glenelg has been burned within n short period, and the Incendiary Is yet uncaugtt. Heavily Increased''loss of time, aa the result of industrial disputes, registered during June. There wero In existence at time olhcr own nn ce tills sumincr. Mrs. L. J. Broofca, a fllleJ-with l so- ctetj- .woman of ed before the judge, who was her father, and. was fined' 91 for speeding icr N Vermont Figh and Game Commis sion established an open zono around ;lie orchard Jfi'nds of: Iwo ciUzeas o Marlboro, deer 'may he UQtcd at any Somo a bevy ol-'Washltig ton, D.C.. girls [orracd an "Old Club." pledging themselves not to marry. Ttie: last unniarrred memtre ol the club was a brlde'lasl week- Former Senator D. Clark o Wyoming was'appoinled-a" member o the' international joint commission b Presi'denl Wilson. He- succeeds thi late Tawney'of Minnesota. Highest Quality Fairest Price And a. guarantee with every Instrument, backed by over 50 years' fair dealing with the Canadian pubHt Ttat 1> ths record ot MASON RI3CH A poor piano never Is" cheap al any" price. Oilas'on Elscb s'olls tho beat on easy terrai.' Oiirnsr "The Home of I July IS'-Ailailers talnlng lo tho Winnipeg situation oc- cupied much of the attention of the Montreal Trades and Labor Council :t last night's incetlrig. Dlicusslon on Hint subject shrined' thai tho'coun- ell considers UiaV gen- eral brought about- by OF- ganlzcd opposition lqc trades unlnii principles, rather that' It was an effort on the part of the-revolulloii- is'ls to pyerllirpiv constliiited Ily, as h'as.hecri will hold n meeting tohight to give some o[ Ihe Winnipeg leaders an opportunity to glvo their version 'the .affair.. TtcTappeal for liiian- clnl asjlslanco for thVnrreslcd, Winni- peg men's defense wka me't by n pro- et by posal Iflat ne'rfurneu over to a sub committee of mem- ol toe council who co-operate 'wllfi'llie Winnipeg gatcs' in securing tfie" unce. The council also' adople.a d resolu- tion of protest car- fled out under the" amendment" to the IninilgVatlori Ail. tjeo. Georgantls, Instantly jt'llled by belnp struck on ihfe head by a'plece ot timber at Ihe Imperial Oil plant. r: METROPOLITAN LIFE JNJTHE 201 SHERLOCK -BLOCK THE .INSURANCE BUSINESS DISTRICT pfFICEB H MR. MAN: r yonr employer conllzrje to.pay your salary 'tp'yoyr'Janjljp after your decease? j I if-'riot, why not your wife's name placed on-tha paji roll of Uio JIBTBOPOLITAN LIFE BO tha( ID the event pi. jour dc'atb. jhe Home can be kept going as usual? This can be arranged by depositing with ua mall turn of money accordlng'to oCealiry desired. I See any of our' Live Wires, T. G. Qufr, F. A: Denton, P.'A. Fisher, J- 0. ZInnraban, Win. Hurndall; Joe Miller, tn'rt be up-to-date in family protection filed up In this L t.J'-. v f 1 Feet Hurt? Properly Fitted Shoesi> J.'MI i. haVo Ihe coiTccllou lor bolh troubles In belag qualified to relieve" foot Iroubltl mechanically, and In knowing ktTf-lo'ill' your feet with the proper thoss.- These two corrections will give you comfort, Increase your efficiency, also giving In your footwear. We have shots In all width" ntcessary lo give you price] lo suit. ASK TO DE FITTED, SHOES FOR ALl AGE9 -W.J, NELSON Go, SHERLOCK BLOIJK. 7th STREET STORE Have, Received Buy all Classes of Shipped to Dakota, ;