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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It I MONDAY, Jl'l.Y 21, 1U19 ALUEHTA. I'A'Jli SKYKN COLIN MACKINTOSH DID WORK WELL aro now under for itic meeting of Iho cnnventloit.i of thfl and Dislrlrt Aulo Club and 11'e Albert a Molar League, lo lake here on thu 23rd, mid 35th. The first convection wlM held (n the Hoard of Trade fauittUuff at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Tho Dflii'erj of the and District, Aulo Club nra President. Kv. Htrria; Vlce-Prcsldenl, li. llojl; Secretary-Treasurer. W. King; Chairman iot KnlcrlaJumcnt Camoill- IPO, E. Spooner, Chairman of Oood t'otnnilltco, A, IJaaHin, Mem- bership committee. D. MueKinlosli. City Membership Committee, r, Luiiil.l AL ihe convention Lbete will bo resentatliefl tram Iho Crow's I'ass Good Association, At the rorirenlJoM il la ImtMiiloil to suggest meeting thai Iho name of Iho Lcthbridge ami District Aulo Club bo changed to Hint ot the South- ern Alberta Good RoaUa Association. Al the meeting OB the commit- n-itl bo appointed arraugo pro- ceedings lor the Alberta Motor League tn lake plscc on the Thursday an.l Fri- following: From 100 to 150 ura for this convonlion at which, on its conclusion ,llie tour to Water- tun Lakes will be made. In the account of the mobster parade In the Peace Day celebra- lion on Saturday, we have reserv- ed special for Superinten- dent C. O. Mackintosh of the C. P. R. Mailer of Cere- monies the reiponilbility for the regularity In the movement end the overly .line of. on and well and v.'orthily did he acquit Himself. No one will grudge ihe special praise tendered Mr, MacKlntosh. It a a reed on all iltfei that ho mads wonderful of the parade. It was a grpat tribute to organiz- ing ability. Ho a big tack In fronl of him and he took 11 In and performed It In excel- lent fashion. IE COLLEGES 10 I The on.ivailun 1 agricultural rollngcf at Raymond j an 1 Youngptcnvii aro nuw (oiuylelcd. {These are two of the buildings fur the i erecliou of which Iho con I race hai heen iixvitrded to Die loi-al flrin of Siulth Urns, and Wilson. Tbe same flrin Iin5 Ihe contract tor the hmUl- Ing or the c-oHcge at Glsli'hun. the for which has noi ycl been selected, The tender of ttto firm for the Ilircf? buildings iva.i lo the amount or Tbey are 'all to be buill on thu STPCtT CAHS HELD UP 1 BY BROKEN CABLE An Involuntary acheme of dec- oration wac staged by a line of cars wflh their eleclric light colors ol red, white and blue along Thirteenth Street South it midnight on Saturday. The whole street car eyitem put out of business through the breaking of e cable anii the cars ihal were making their way to the exhibi- tion ground tc bring back tn- itors were all stalled. The late cUyers had to make tKclr way back BE best they could. C. S. Crcsl d'cU Prize For Ik-.sl iJccoralcd Perdue A Winner The tonimulee of judg" nplwloloJ lo Felcct ihe prizu wlnnors foi' thp Lest flQRi In the big parade liatl a very difficult task. In the liesi float ihc RetRll .Merchinla' float and that cl Ibc Nursing Mission ran each Interested spectators a', tlie Indian i YEry closely. The prize was eventually mime rilau nutl design. They will were Mrs. MrJvor. editress to Itctail Merchanu' a floor space o( 103 feel by SOniic Women's Century, Toronto. is iielng iho most oiiiljlcniaUca] ItvL anJ will tousiat ot Iiasemcut and orsaii ihe iVatlomil (.'otincll o( merchauta generously turned urjpor floors, in the. .wen, autl 3lis. Itt-gcni uf ihe j over DID priie, 125-00 cash, 10 ihe will Lo .situated Ilio JaunrJry, DIB poul-.Unsifn Chapter ol the I.O.D.K.. To- xurslng Mission. fry room, dairy work room and class' routo. The Indies who ire spending beRl decoratej car ite nr'ze On the first floor lioliiay in Iho weal, motored INTERMEDIATES VS. v BANKERS ON WED. v, A The 1ora.l hiierinoJialu ball v U-ain is i-rvparJUK for games to decide I he bit--eball of ihe province. have BWIIH-S hi .ilghi with Jhe wfr- v ]'tT3 i'l tbc t'hlgary iate anrt the v ititorutnllAipH of Ihe Hal. Thfy v have rt.alk-nsetl the local Hankers ct v iijnl ihe KBHIC will v stageil ai Ki-hFiorin irr.rX at C3U. Ilo on [lock and ihe v v lioys cucuuiLigenietii. v -r- has Veen receivPt Ths gate receipt at Uie cihibition sruaiids for the sports on Saturday afternoon amounted lo Thla AUni niclutlca the, admission lor AtluHa, chlldrRn being allowed in free. AlloRether the day was a great finan- cial -success towards the fluids for the clc., for Hie. veterans' .club. The various amounts from the differ- ent events atagtd by Ihe Rotary Club, a proportion oi which Is to be devoted in the veterans' club, hare yet lo bo The proceeds of Ihe .Tag Day aro not" all rounted oiit as ycl. but there Is already, over ?500 in HID boxes Ip the arrnngcuicnt-s made hy Hie veterans In to (he financial end nnil in lue arranging ol Ihe prizes for Eporls.'Mr. W. Nelson lias been or Rreat service. was a-yarded the Indian Mho was drap I ing called for. LONDON, July descriptive account of (be peace celo- brallon snys: "A about, of welcome grectf last moment, aficr tlio arnounccmciiv UitU it roultl not DC assembled. Canada r.Qulii nut ijroimrly he missing from the calhuil comparand the whole coiin-j S1I aml lhe van-OII3 vill insist upon knowing wliy nntl will not DR Fnt- stlcd with ihe typical official explan- ation. At best tliJa unfortunate bUEl- WILL DELAY SHIPPINGS was due to nn exhibition of slus- nldlty for which somebody's head should fall. Hut whether It was mere- ly tuitfc-heailcil Incompetence ami soil- ilen failure to apprcdate a great uceas- aion or'a dnllberate slight due to Jeal- ous j- "or personal designs, the people is'ill demand not only an explanation, liat shall explain but exposure nnd >uni9hiucnt of (hoso -j-esiumsible.1' MEDICINE POLICE TROUBLE AT HAT MDDICIXB HAT, July ns a surprise to many people this mornins lo hear that Acting Chief of Folicn had liccn dismissed a llic special council nicelitis helil Insl nlghl. The renRDii.civeu by the mayor li disloyalty nnd breach nl confidence The- conimlilcd .hy I.aight wheo al 'Iho notorious inccl- Ing In Ihe Elm St. school ho voted hy tho resignation of the uinyor. nrla nclion or was reported" to tbe .mayor, and a letter .wriLlen Ui' the cliiel lo D ItUchle, ol Calgary, lila prospectITC MU'cessor. came lo the mayor's notice, Tho letter In ciueslioii Ritchie of Iho uncertain flUtc of a? fnira In tao police department in. ttfn city and'atirlicd'film nol lo accept the position that had liocn oftcrnif to him: VOTED CONFIDENCE IN MAYOR MBDICIMU HAT. July publl mot ling held her 9 voled fn Mayor Brown. Ro dented ihal i mayoralty salarlta had been paid. ej, il vrill delay ocean sailings. country, icnf JKT ci-ni in nvcragi! increape ot isi KaFTcrn on (in1 arul in Driiish Columbia. TAKE STRIKE VOTE OF IRON AND STEEL WORKERS PITT5HUHG, Pa., July American federation of Labor's national cpmmitlet for organiz- ing iron and steel worXtrs, in ses- sion here, has ordered the taking of a sirlke vote of organ- ized ihroughcut the country. Taking cf the vole will start at nnd be completed within 30 days. BILL KEEPS INDOORS July i Conrtlilou of former Kaiperor who has hcen ill froin ?ar Uouuli1. is greatly Iniprcn- e'J. 1'ut he still remafJia i ed In the Union Jark and rude in the centra .of the 'tirfi three in wllh tbe LONDON'.' July au- Indians, J5.00' cash, other slrifce among a small section ot The judges wore Captain McKeiuie ihu Merseysirte lyovlicrs. IE prolong- Dr. Lafferty, ,A. .B. Beaumont and A. LO.VUOX, July a protest against Ihe increase of six shillings in the nrlce of ccul which cmiie into cr- Icct today TolloiTing tlie rclusal; ol the miners' tcderaUon to arcepl a coni- proinisc on the age nnd other condit-j Ions, tliousands of mlncra in Ihe .Mansfield district of refused to go doyen into (he pits this The men in other districts arc expected lo do likewise, despite' thu rccoimnenrtation hy Ihe federal-' ions in all ilislrfcls (lint ivork 6c con-! uJilll the Huvemniciit sotlloil j the question of piece rates oul j of the increase in the coal price. Ahoul miners also are out n Yorkshire [or an increase in ivagpp. WAGSTAFFE'S Real Seville Orange JNlarmalade All Orange end h cart in SUccrPans. teale amount to, laheu on the Clean to handle. Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and General Stores Possession of Canadian Genera) Who Commanded Tcnlh Brigade_in_BiUUc MARKED DECLINE IN STRIFE OTTAWA, July marktd decline In industrial strife Is the feature of the tabor sltualloh at pre Bent, the number of Targe strikes under way being few, ae compared with a Tew'weeks ago. In n number of cases where sleps were being Ukcn to name, boards of there art good of settlements be- ing arrived at by negottalior.s. July It. IIHliam, who commanded the I Dili Canadian Brigade at tUc haltlc ot Vlmy Ridge In If 17, ia in Winnipeg on lila way to liis liome town. Sorrento, Tlift'lOHi'HrisailQ loaJv ft [iroiiir- ncnl part In this eugngenionl, nnd Gen, HHJlnm has brbuglil with him a model TvMcli lie liaa made ot the portion of lhe rldgo ovf-r which Iha brigndo Biicccsafully fought. TJic model Is In silver and clearly In Alcaics Iho move nicnls Canadian troops as tlicj Ewejil oil lo wliRt was one of tho most, sensational vlclOTlcs of (lip ivar. Gen, llill-ara at fhc start "of (lio i uar left IMllsh L'olimibia and jofncil j 1 tlie late Major-Gen. Sir Sam Slfcle'a staff at WUh Gen. Rlcclo lie went lo Yalcarllcr In 'August, 1914, na of I lie fit'.T In France he romhinurlcd Ilio iOlh Url- gatle from .lanunry. 1911. In Iho fight- IrtR fit PaaBchcndaelo, He then trnns- LcTreil''to Ihc Imperial army and i'uandetl the 44th JMghlantl Jirigadc nnd latterly the 102nd Tyneslclo Ush-lrlsh, being In command ot this hrlgado.whcn lhe armiatlco was sign- ed. (Jen. IIIIHam Jolnpd Iho noyal Northwest Mounted Policy hi ami wfts >vilh Iho C'fliic.dlan Mounlcil Hides in Iho Soulli African war, BOLSHEVIKS HOLD MEMBERS OF THE J SWISS LEOATION John A. AniyoL M. 11- C. M. G., of Toronto, a rclvmed aol- dicr, hns been apnolntcij tleputj" min- isft-r of the HCIV dcparJrfient of health, Ihr- cstahllBlimcnt of which was auth- orized in a Lin passed hy Ih'e hoiiso o[ commons al Ihe session closed. FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY FOWLER'S Choc 6 fates I'm EO glaJ you came. I've such a treat for you. Moir's myInvpiitCE. There'snothingquilcso delicious or just like Moir's in flavor. Moij's Limited, Halifax P m Boot and Shoe Repairing .WUh teat Oak Tanner! UAlhcr, iVfl rcpStr thorn (o please hnlh Isi wcarlne onJ appc'srRnce, AVo ''call 'or them and deliver. Mike Car dm on 212 13th Phone 1995 STOCKHOLM. July Sol- 'shftvik government at Petrograd refused to releaie fiva memberj ol the SwadlsS legation Pitro- trad, recently srrettdd, It was MiVuneed laity.' An official of Swedlth foreign office said II wa Ms btllef representatives of other nation" at Pclrogrjd prob- ably would ba'arrested, The 6f tlie Swedish legation arrested Were Iwo Women" and five women and Sweden Drottited, but the Bol- replied (hat tho h'rretls were bated on Viola- tion! of tlie (iw tni (he.plea of diplomatic Immunity.could not ac upheld.. a renewed Bolihc'vIK government personj fcr STARCii Fof Tomorrow's Dessert The question oi variety in stimmer desserts never troubles the woman who knows the possibilities of Benson's Com Starcn, the choicest product of the corn. Benson's Corn Starch is equally fine for crisp, delicate pastries as it is' for simple puddings; it is good for cakes and for pie fillings to say nothing of Blanc Mange, Custards and Ice Cream. Try one of these'recipes for tomorrow's __ -dessert- .Write for CofkBtok The Canada StarckCo. Limited Montreal Corn SliTch ftnderc qantrii K-M. Mix Ihe Coin blirehwiJhallllleol InemilV; at ilia milk tnd whenbotltttc njd (lie 6ii. .olvc-d Coin Slued; toil ]5I if fn-1 fl.-ro AHow lo in R mo cretm mil JUfi r lo Itile. kitd itrv'a ielly ot uld k Mock Cream Pic DTI rl.M of d pinch cl l Tu And blown. Coffee Custard Hr -t 1 pirl r! Lib Whili Corn Syiup lo Add tn a bcAfen, 1 cup toflec ind 1 lihlr-' JpMnful of BcrMn't Com SiirtS lill tmooth cold ;