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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I-AUE K1UHT VUG LETIJJUUDGJ': DAILY Continued From Front the service opened with the- bis biy singing Ihf "Praise from Whom Ulessinfi Flow." which MUS taken up and echoed through the grounds. Then came the Invocation given by Hov. E. J. Hodgins. followed by the liynm. "O God Our Help in Ages fan." Psalm was read by ilie Hcv. K. the ilil'iig line "Thou hast liven peace to tlic land." The reading over, Rotary Carnival ?rs of the- chapters of JXiunhttrs f the Kinuiro rode Iu tin procession. The Women's Civic Club had Us rep- resentative car decked In its and thi> Women's Council had a car beaulirullv decorated with light and blue. The C. T. U. were reuresctlted by uvo cars well got up. A car that drew considerable atten- tion In the beamy and simplicity of iU design was rue representing Peace. This oar coaiaiurd u bevy o! blonde _____._. _ damsels with yellow ribbons the limit. 'Jatso uiiernards savo Iheir foreheads. The offecl of ihU themselves up to "all the fun of the was unique. lair" provided In the midway, and to The grand finale of the lisy'i pro- ceedings on I'eics Day look place in the main bulldiui; iu the Mshlbltion grounds, where the ol Peace" staged by the liotary Club wnB the preliminary to the evening's Pro- jram. Thousands witnessed Ins cero mony, the big building bmng MONDAY, JULY 21. 1919 Other Floats _ _ In the Iwo Works bad'a So tar as the fuu went there was the following prayer was made by Cauou McMillen: "0 Almighty I'.oJ. King ot Kins and Lord of Lords, who ruh'Sl ihe nations ol ihe cartll and causesl them lo he at peace, lo Thee we turn iu adoration and praise for Ihc victory .-ouchi-afed iu OUT arms and the peace .iroelaiuied among ihe nations of ihe woiid. Tlinn in Thy wisdom hast opened our eyes to see that as nations we wtre wandering from Thee. Thou hast purged us of nation- al pride and deeprooted selfishness by ihe purgalorial firc-s ot war and brought us back to Thee, and in Thy permitted ns to cuter into a reign of peace. O Lord, we thank Thee on this our day of national thanksgiving. We join as one great family to offer our thanks and praises lo Thee. Aud we ask Thee to guard and watch over us as a nation, dlliens and as Thy children, that we may not knowingly forget Thy Pres- ence this at all times. 'Bless, we pray our King and all thai are put In authority under him. He The LCI fine float In the shape of an Iron gun- boat commanded by Captain This was something out of Hie ordi- nary. Tho other naval device was II. M. tf. Kent, (he lloal of the. Sons of England and the Kenllsh Assocla-' .ion. its four tunnels aud.gen- eral design it made _a mark in the procession. It was a credil lo' its designer, E. J. Carpeuler, au old Petty officer or Ihe Navy. The iypoi had a float with a hand press work Hit Ueazer For IS Winnere Have Slur IJijf Crowd 1'rcsent Magralb 9; Cardston 1. shows the merits of Ihe pro! Norlh Lelhbridge ball players a chip on their shoulders. They have been going round all week with said chip precariously balanced, dzrtng all and 6tndry to knock it oft. They are ?nxlous for a run-In wiVt the Tho store. V South Lethbridge crew and In vr- rofessional der to provide a basis fcr nego- shapo of Itolary on the different tables. Tho croupiers were kept husy nil i evening r.lk'ng in tbo money of un- lucky owners whose numbers had not turned up in-lli6 giddy wheel. Hut. daunted, the plungers flack lo their lask. and Ihe receipts [or Hw good causes for which Ihe oient was arranged by the llourians wellei! In uroiiortlon, "Hinly Moore's" baEeuall team when to a club) Ci'iuposed wholly of amateurs. It ill olj'story aad goes to i e that Ibe ing aiid on the route distributed ft card, the Honor Roll in wlilcn slit" of tlie union d to her Ihrone by Stewart, was encountered by a fairy (Miss Eileen. Waddington) who proceeded to crown her with a laurel wrealh. Pro- ceeding ihe a labloau ,was formed, willi Peace cnlhroned in the players who aro good onoush to re-1 ceivo money for Uieir services, will outclass tho "homo brews" nine limes out of (en. About TOO enthusiastic tans ?al ill tho bleachers and encircled the field automobiles, maklug it necessary for Ihe umpires to allow the batler two bases ou a UalJ hit into the autos Insight ttcld. Cardsiou and Majrath are old cu'emles In a baseball way. They have met twice Lefure this and Cardston won haudily on bolh occasions. But Masralh WHS outj for revenge on this occasion, and they certaialy got It. Magralh came to lo-.vu on Saturday with a real baseball team, aud right off the bal showed that they were the best leanx- They had gathered a club i from faf and neiir, and the Cardston boys llcver had a chance. Even Bar- OU3. with their salaried (earn, has uolh- ing oTc-Magrath as they lined up for the Pcaco Day ba'ltlc at Eckstorm j Park. Thoy came prepared to and they accomplished the lask wilh ease. Rachac, who shul out Barons a' short time ago when pitching.for Vul- can, was on Ihe mound for the Garden City, and ho 'i'is never iu trouble- He allowed only Ihree hits and but for obse fielding in Ihe ninth inu'ng would have scored a shut out. Jonep, on the receiving end. was the best catcher wiio has shown here in several years. they have Issued a chal- lenge, North Lelhbridge vs South Lelhbridge, world's series of five games, best thrrie In five. Play- en must be tesldent in North Lethhrldge and South Lethbrldge at the time challenge Is accepted. No padding by calling In or Champion to Mil up the spots. If South Lethbrldge accepts this should make a great .scries. It will be a combination of teams from the City League that should play good, scrappy ball. don't all speak at once. .Merry-Millionaire ilils in 1C Suc- cessive Games UAIIONS. July ball team heal Che famous Vulcau crew ul Barons ou but on Thurs- day went down before the old reliable Silcr ot Champion, when tho locals up-in the ninth, letting four runs Iloro aro the- box score do- tails. Vulcan at Barons, July 16 day by calling on the peosile to render thanks to the Almighty In" the service arraDged. Onr tirsl feeling lo-dsy, continued the preacher. Is one of thanMulness. llaay are thankful ;or the lives spared to rztnra to home and country; .'Many arc thanki'il that the time of sus- over. We: are tlankfol to lion midst oi Ihe Allies. During the-tableau'''Ring in the Ihe Allies tvho helped us in the strug- are thankful for the cour- age, and the patriotism ot a people, and particularly of oiir -women, which liare. helped us to come through vic- toriously in the slmggle. Men and .wo'mea have acqailled thenjselvts at the front and at home in a nay which has given C'aoda a liigli place in the Temple of is joy and gladness thrill the Jiea'rt, out in Ihe tipression of these it behoves us lo bo sane. H? had. heard that the city'Vas, to he wide open for the day. lie trusied thai rumor.was false. U n23 act a time for eic.esses- It was an occa'slon for responsibility. in thinking of other "days and other scenes. U waa a time lor feeling Up responsibilities of. life -to .-preserve unity in Ihe same spirit In -which by nnlty the war was won: It was a time for showing of-' trife brotherhood. There was work ahead which demanded Ihe unity ofinen and women with the faith that has endur- ed throughout Ihe-war; In .eloquent language .the padre brought .home the lesson of the war, urging the siunificance of peace day ,011 those assembled. :Tbe address over, the hundreds of yokes blended in the "singing ol "0 Camifa" and -with the Benediction by the Rev. O. acd the sing- J. ing ol "God Save the a solemn and Impressive service was concluded Cheers far the Boys At the conclusion of the service "Superintendent I'enncfalher stepped forward and called for Ihrefc cheers for the veterans. .The grounds olJlhe iiarrapVn -wprp. rpnl. tn one simuUan eons oulbursl, with j'ne cheers and th tiger following. TheWestcrn Grocers had their ap- propriate float and the International Harvester Co., MoCleucgbiii and Tay lor, and P- Burns too were in line witn symbolic floats. Blood Indians. The procession -was enlivened by a Blood' Indians with the chiefs in full war paint attended by a number of sjiuaws in gaily hutd costumes and the ubiquitous dogs. In Ihe parade march- ed a company ot Czeeho-Slovaks, wllh a banafcr. "We celebrate the Peace the ill'es gave us by winning the war and the birth oi tie new re- public of Ihe Czccho-Slovaks." In the march of Ihe procession were, mem- bers of Iho Roiary Club in waite flannels and straw hats who made Rotarlan songs, was add- Bells of Peace'' was beautifully ren dercd by' Mrs. Laytoa and Mr. Flem ine Descending tho dais, a proces- sion was formed and, followed by Peace and her attendant, the Allies wilh their altendaats, marcned.around Ihc- hall while the orchestra rendered the various national airs, closjng with "Rule Briunnia" and "Uod King." He conies from Anaconda, Mont., and played with Winnipeg in the Northern League several years ago. Willard and Godfrey were imporled from Tabcr, McDonald from Anaconda. Miller from Sweet Grass, Gorrill from New Dayton and Jackson of Coaldale. Tho only local ihe (earn was' Mer- cer, aud he held' iip bis end at third base. Magralh wauled to mate sure of winning the gamo and took" the necessary precautions. night off the bal they slarled the fireworks. McKenzIo missed the third strike oH Mercerj.a.nd he was safe at first; McDonald'linglcrl over shorl, and Miller smashed n single past firsl, filling the bases. McKcnzle Irlefl Id calch Mercer napping off third aud ihrew wide, Mercer scoring and the OTTAWA, July ia anticipat- d that when the provincial premiers i arb'io Ollawa to attend the industrial' onfercnce In September the llret def- nite steps will be taken in connec- lan with the putting into effect the ilans for the enconragcmeni. tech- nical education covered by- the hill passed by parliament at Its recent ses- things lively with The music in the pri------ ed to by the Salvation Army llaafl. nurobe'r of clowns in a car made fun along the along the march jSle'pped Rastos Brown emphasizing the fact that he came from Tennessee. ..Along the lopg line-ot march the procession was gri, 'vririwrj iy rno'tpr b'uilt In the brig- a fine display with iu Mniit ieautlfiiny.rnurnisheO and :Mne .Captain .Hardy, all retdr for i ,Wemtn't Can At Iho CDl 'of Ihe dancing, Joe Hcaley made a neat lltlle speech In fcnglfsh In which he said lhal some of his "men had gone out lo llghl the Germans. Tbey were glad lo be in Lethbrldge lo celebrate pcaco and camo here, not for money, but to honor the day and people. to please the FREIGHT EMBARGO IS 'RESULT MARINE STRIKE NEW YORK, July freight embargo o'n coaslwlsc IraHlc was an- nounced by Ihe coastwise stcim- ship comiianlcs, operating under fed- eral Control, A3 a result of the slrlko or seamen and 'engineers nlong Ihc ..._ ______ decorated cftrs mem- Atlantic .and. Gulf coasL 4 4. 4 DISSOLVE FRENCH MAIN 't HEADQUARTERS ON AUG. 4' _PATM3, July French main headquarlera un- der Marshal Pclaln will be Ats- ft solved Aug. 4. the' Kcho de Paris sayi. The off, err a at ChaDlllly will be transferred lo Paris. Subject (o Ihe ap- proval o.f the. cabinet, tho French supreme war council, It aiMs. will be wilh Marshal retain as vice- president. v lilts, Itichac, Codfre'y, Jones; on- halls, off leazer. 1; aatrificn hits. Gorrill, Me- Dort'aid; atolen bases. Wcrcei1. Mc- Jonalcl; :loublo playn; ald and Wlllard, Ilcazcr 10 Calracross, E. fxing lo Calmcrosn; struck-oul, by; flachac 7, liy Doazc-r Wray ind Khher; attendance 700. NOTES OF THE GAME Tim Magratli team would sure Kivp Ilirons a good battle. The fans wo'uld like lo see which is the holler team. Wouldn't It he jioaslble to Elage the game at EcksUirm Park Id tho near fulure bclore llicy disband for Iho We have seen r.eazcr pllrh nrucli belter ball than he.did oh Saturday. 01 course he was up against a very good Ills aupporl was weak, especially at flrn baae. I Several one rounil liouti look place (From Our Corrcstonaenl) UELLEVUB, July lias been rjuite a lot of cicltcmenl the las few days In Ilcllcvus. There were three stills located by tlie officers o Ihe A.. P. P. In Uellei'ue. In one in V stance Iho muonsliiner was caugh 0 with Iho goods. He was Just finlsli DOS 0 I) ing some-wh'skcy when the-officer 1-1 0 In on him. Ho w.is arrcsle jnnd Ills' sllll waa tnken to tlio loca 9 13'27 II SCpollc-t- barracks. The man pnM U: 'Isiii'ii of fUM.op (or Uie'Bake of.maliln i'-is almoonshlnc. 11 is uiidorsUwMhe CJE Iricil by Mr. Hohcrlson, th Dcllevue J. 1'. REV. CANON LOUCKS DEAD Onl., July Ito C'inoM Ixiucka, n clerByraaii of th Church 0( Jingland for over 01 year died this'morning, lie wan over n yc'arB of tige, having hcdn c March 1, ]S29: Kdwln-nml Hcv. Wall Loucks, of Winnipeg, aro sons. 1 .'__________ iy tcclh ncc4 healthy gums to hug tlicm. EUc they v.-iil IOOKO in Pyorrhca- Tiny opc.-iir.es mil corns in the gums to act as thu gateways oi disease germs, which inlcct the jcints or lo'nsiH or cause ether ailrr.er-U Forlian's prevents J'ybrrhca, it user, in lime and used consistently, No- ir.cre toothpaste dec. Arc; ya'ur tender pirns? Are btedhi; BUais? If so, you r.rc crrlun to havo l'yorrhc.l ol Rvo people who r.r; over ha v c it. To you rarammcrd rorhan'E. It pr-a chiclihold'fhojtrtlirccars. Dmsh your it. Terr.-.-.'. cleans the leclli theni v ident rcturneil Washing- Ion early today from a cruise to llamplon Iloads and was Iniincdlalcly ordered lo bed by his personal physician, infral Oraysoii. who announced lhat Iho president was Hiiffcrlng with dysenlry. Admiral Grnyson slid the presl- ilent's condition was not serious, but tiiat he probably would be nn- rnhlc lo recelvo'callcrs before Ihc- cnd of the wtek. which Mr. Wilson had-made with a number ol llcpnnllcan sonatora to dlscu'es Ihe'peace trcaly arid- the league of nations can- celied. 3SC'and 6R: Uilxs. All FOKHA tTS, L TD., XT St., Moflnal. EORTHE GUMS "LADVISE'EVERY SICK WOMAN i _ To Try Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegelable ''I sdvlaz ever take LyJia R J UERLINV July Pfln-Oerman Deutsche wlilcli stands cloae to former rwal takes a scr- loua view of the Illness, of .former Km- peror William, melan- choly." 11 Is salrt tliat the one-lime monarch la so tloiircisiul that his phy- sician views his condition ai critical. Count IlolienzoHo'rn Is sald'to rare- ly leave" his npnrtmcnl antl seldom sees his rloscat friend. iufterinj; It khnm's VcgeUbli ICompound forlthaj [done me 10 muct good. I had female jweakncBg.iriniimn'.ft- lion, pains in m.l BJdej 'and painfu1 periods. I lufTercd for six ycirt tridd many remedies without benerit. The doctor.laid 1 Imusthftvc opera- tion. I aSoul 'I.y.lia E. 1'inkhim'i during" the 'evening and held up I iraine for a few. mfimles. No K hurl. -There were no policemen prc en but Ih 0 maJor.iljfof'Jnns felt dllfto peaceable In keeping with tho -ilay, anil maiia'ged lo Ihe aliori order, STRIKERS WRECK BUILDING IN N. V. NEW VOIIK, July band ol striking ecanion, 75 .ulroiig. wrecked the employment ollicc of Uergoff on lire Bowery, this morn- Ing, and put lo flight 230 men who Imd gathered there to seek employment aa slrlko breakers on (rani-Atlantic and conslu-lsc vessels. No arrcsla wejc made. Notwillisianillng optlmls- (Ic slalcmcnls made ycalcrday by nh- Just home from four ion loaders, Iherc wo.i no i "years at war, omcialcd one ol Ihe 0[ n Ecltlcmcnl. Union leaders said umpires, and did a good Job of It too. (hif nlilpplnR losseB al Ihls port row thdrn wan Iltlle of no kicking at Iho ngercgnterl n day, willi arbiters more along Ihe seaLonrd. .'cectableComnoundlnlhdnewspsnera, taking ill urn cure J rind nico four montlil old.- I like a new womin, end have recommended your medicine to my friends. I would do gUd to have everybody know your medicine did for. me. ind if -any writs to me I will all Mrs. MARY CALlnup.E, 317 South Main 61., Hcrklmer, K.Y, Kvcry wominitsomc period or other fnher life suffer from just such dis- turbance! u Mra. Ciligure, ind If there ii no Interested friendloiidvfse, let thia a reminder this famous root ant herb remedy hfu orercomlng thcM If my compllcationB exist, write t.ydit Ft Pinkhrim Medicine Co., Lynn, Kftw., for nilvlce. 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