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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR LETHBRUXJE PAILT Jt'lA' 22. 1019 She DAILY AND WEEKLY I' Proprietors and Publishers .'THE LETHBRICGE HERALO T PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Ltthbrldje W- A. Buchanan President nnd .VUnjtini; Director John "forrance upon tho rocks unJ set t-ick lllc cause of organized 1-auor a dei-ado and pos- of n century. It sus- tains its opinion by referring to past history. The present agitation. It yrgues, Is a revival ol Iho Kutghls of Ij'bor movtmenl Dint brought such Ui tho 'SOi. v In casa this is.nCL remembered by i. younger generation. vthc.> Spokane paper quotes the lollowins tie Internationa.1 Until 1SS? the Hiime au-1 purpose I PAOfe) Ccle'bralidn Held in Hojior of balloon burueU. Us lussenxor, Carl mechanic, of Arkon, l-luuglng to death. Earl Davenpori. publicity man (or tho n'miueuienl fart and at one tlrao a iparllng. cui- Returned Baseball JIatch iss Manager; cj OI.jfr ware Kept secret, its only j official ropri'senuliou being'a lino of TELEPHONED live stars. Until 1SSO. when o: nrr, bi'OiD'.c Involved ia the Missouri 1224! cifii- slrike. the membership incix-ased, jjrji and nipidly'.'uulil :i uumbercJ. as I was claiiaeJ, over "C'O.OC'O. 'Thereafter.'split by interns! ulisscusions.-and weakened by falling membership decline! Brim PA IJGKED UP ASSING tOHTHE BUBY UAN Ditly. delivered, per year n.iir- by mail, per year .......s0 mail, per year 15 by mail, fir year to U.S. ?.V encyclopaedia, in relerring to of lhe KnlgbXs oi Labor, j further contemplated from the Ten' beginning something essen- tially hostile lo the exclusive Trades I'niuns.'' It was "a centralized (From Oar Own OH10N'. July 10 c( July lets. and district celebrat- irder 'lne returh of me bo.vo from lr si; a luruic. held In the tpwu. me day was intensely hot, anil Iho crowd we-e slow in lathering, but a goodly number Including all the local nnurced soldiers Ir. one o'clocli, Ihe time S'et for tho luifth. 'the picnic htll was adorned by an immense Union Jack. Everyone gath- crc-d nround tlie bis a most eiijovablo lunch tiino-iris .'soot.-in progress. Lemonade. satisfying ..in both qualitv and Quantity -was dUpens- Xd In nhiiliicr part ol'the1 hill. At i p.m. Ihe sports ou-sncd with a number ol races, despite the tor, did not Jump from Ihe machine, j His body was hurled thro'ish the b-ink rool and turned to a crisp. Harry Wtaker. ol Akron.' i-hiel me- chanic of the dirigible, was ouo of thoso who cazue down alive. Ilii was broken, however, and he !s not The Prince ot Wales will visit Nol- Wliuot. of Calgary, a relumed soldier, was drowned at Dintf. ____ expected lo lire.- Milton 0. Norlon, a employed On a morning newspaper, also tended, but in dolns so h'a tess wore hroken and his condition i.. rrltl- -bales of eipiry- of subscriptions up--------- pear address label. of .miied trades, aud not a ear daiy, on ares e nce of papers after expiration Jalo i is bur authority continue the sub-. ECnplion. OPPORTUNITY FOR iHRIGATIONiSTS In b'ringinj lie necessary irrigation into being in. Southern Alherta. no slone. should tie left unturned. T.tery opportunity should >e used to eiilist co-operation so Hat a'long pull. 2. strong pull, and a pull allogelner, whal-is alms! ar fully A' Splendid opportunity presents jl- at" Mediyne HJU on August 4th nnd following dajs. That opportunity should-not be missed by- the "farmers of Southern Alberta end ihfl citizens of Lcthhridge. There a muster in force.'not "only! to exemplify the interest in irrigation but the sj-mpathy, .the-hack- ing, arVrt (be X-iAiueratiun oWfie Irri- gatloaists who will be assembled 'at the Convention (o bring lhex projects contemplated in Southern Alberta to a successful Issue.; AVeJ'cabnpt :too .strongly; insist on the formers of Southern Alberta and on" others the necessity of attending Irrigation "Convention. Bren lor ilselt, jrilh all that lhe con "yentibn Jt calls for Inleresl and attendance: The convention at the present llme'holda a nlacc ,m never ;held tefo're.vH is pnppriune and-timejy and shouy bi made the very roost of. birth in .'be present time, ia its rcct'ni eiploila.- 1 intense belt, were cp1 despite par I by ipany. Pool races.' and potato races were and wilti great Interest. The crowd then led. lovranl jhe the adnrpnitory exbor- Mr J. C. Flynn. the relumed A. Buetuer, v'lol. the only The1 Toronto World all election ill Uhlarlo In September. The estc receipts at the.Hcd Deer fair (his year were (in Peace burned In elilgy. I- the .Mr. J. L. nynii. ons in Ihe'unresJ Uiit been had- OfseiuWed. eloquent j aleil 'ane Labor bis come-lo lake ilia fddress was delivered by. our printipal like Gpmpers. lu liie Elites, and in Western Canada, have .realized frs [or lhe, toys; -iliref cheers lor thai mecJWd .Labor in' they rightly regarded It... It js'jourDed. National ad- lo thnt under the cjr- gauntlet :ris tefen in.Uie jjpvfliice. Attend the Irrigation Conrentloii at Medicine Hat. X The hall diamondjhen occupied Ihe attention of the fans an interest- member'of Ihe- Ill-fated airship lo land without injury. Five ot-lho nine-killed in tho bank were women employees, three were men and'one 'a boy. Them wero only, two cills in the Iron cage In the centra o( the bant and as the wreckage o[ tlie balloon crashed through tho sky- light to the floor, there WBS no time for the employees lo escsue. The tanks exploded nnd the interior ol the bank was sprinkled wilh gasoline, which quickly. Ignited, burning the cmpioye'es lo death. More than. 200 persons were lu-the bank atythe time ol the accident. V. 1. Cooper, assistant cashier ol the bank, left his desk a lew minutes before tho burning balloon crashed Ihroush root, lo put some records away. "Tlie body of n man so badly burncd and mangled I could not tell tit- llrat what II was. 'came Ijurt- liug through the nir and (ell al_ in> feet." said Mr." Cooper. "Then there was an outburst "o[ terrified scream Ing from the ralled-ofl' space where the girls worked and everything li their space 5' In elilgy. Thos. A. Anderson, ot Iho Merrlck, Anderson Co., Is dead. coal shortage lu Cran rookfl to miners' strike Provincial elections .take place it rlnce Edteard Island on Thursday. Uooth, of the Salvation Army 111 make tt lourTjf the world. lu The late Robert Kllgohr. ol Toronto ft an ealate valued at nearly fJOO, ing was soon jn 'As to be a mass o flames. Colin..MacKinlo5h handled the big like a born-general. i_ KEEP-THE WHEAT IN THE f UTe farmers of the Sundia district, at the meeting recently held 't, tbe necessity ol hold log Uie1 vrheat In the elevators in thi h' province." they only echoed il the circumstances, is the peremplor: of'lhc tanners in general, i A the the present j'eason' trip, If.is alstinc'lly'a time to arrange Ine-lttture. .There is unplea; 'outlook of a shof lage ol see grain.' This forces the necessity tha erW kernel avallible In the provinc Ehnuld'-he .held Jor the use of tf Xc farrae'ra'. as they are at presen pcEsibilily, almost amonntln 1.6. Ibal it Vili bo re difficult, to seed grain f neit' year.'s crop. It -would be pi. Tli'e "irrigation Convention atMedl- uie' the utmost interest. Big events call lor big cscrtloi- ty lta_ke hole. rials'off .tlie 'ftotarians. heir etfcns In.ihe Peace'Celebration; hey deserve a general There were no Bolshevists in Lclh ridge Peace Day. The carnival pint is a sure antidote for' Bol the.score indicates, the ganio was not "big league tal U i'ns quile as ciciting. The AU Stari maije a brave attempt to defeat in' Iba foitrth, with" the score" tied, h'ut Orion waf hard "on the ball in the fifth, sii men rounding the The game was featured by some bril- znt aha some'oiTeclke.inri- ngs of pitching. The winners.went lit in one. Iwo, order in: three nnings. the loiers duplicating "the eat. Score: Barhy, Klynn and Jonnson.-Woo-J., 'All Stars: DJorkliind, Wagner and Robertn: The' stalling of the sire'el cars maj jc said to he a "perfect" end to perfect; day, so far asAhe street ca ystem. Tfas concerned. ''Tlie themF.elves rith glory oil Peace Day. There iver no ej'cessss.in the exuberance cii-tie spirit tie'occasion called for. "When lhe first shock was ave male employees quickly manned emergency lire hose and turned them on the burning mass and soon had lire under control and had .manage lo eilricale niany of the tpiur'ed frot Ihe wreckage." Damage to-Building i The damage to lhe building was no more than According loJoh ULM, Minn.; fl uoting In specljil confewuce here to Ight lo a Elate f labor cdnyeDtlonAbtch opeaa ay, (ormoJl'a Mluneaola po arty. It. will tie as the. Work: eg I'eovlels Party jfague ol .MiQLiusala. Am 0115 Hie rlQclpal plidoruu plalforms are ao -hour' day and public ownership ul 11 public utilities. .Including banks It- telegraph and eiephoues. ReaoluUons pledgiuf tbp parly lo cooperate with the ional L fidojtlcd. At a mecliuc of_ Miniteso'n Trades Union Kcague. atfilialcil wilh he liibor body, it .was decided tbsil ho organization will strong Ighl to have Ilia ealoons, rcstoreU. were of Hamilton, nnnoun es that'he will seek eiection for ourth term. V. K. -Stalford, provincial electrica nspecior for Hamilton district, ha resigned.. Lleut.-Col. Geo. Hunterv Justice ol the peace'for Kingston, has passed his Ith birthday., Colliniwood voted in favor ol grant- .ng: certain concessions lo the Kennedy Co. Patrick' F. Colemau, well known profession In ,'cy tThQ recently rcsSgiieJ, Is son of the late dean of Huron dioceso and a resident uf London, OnL' Muller. an interned Oornian. ut Vernon Camp; II. C.. 'of hi- judies received lu a with low-iirisoncr. Members of the Toronto palicc force have decided lo organlre a union, but not to affiliate wilh' the Dominion Trades and Labor Coii'fjfcsf. Hobl, Eecrelnry of Otv Larlo Slicep breeders' Association says Ibat wool wih be 13 a pound cheajior than last. year. KokeneiikEuiip. president o meniber of tho in Toron'to) is dead. -Jotin P.- Farrell. Tor twenty years a resident of the Moyie, B. C., district, Luo Union J. Mitchell, president ol the bank. H in discussing the propert loss In view of the death ol so man of his employees. "I do not can blani anyone for! this most regrettable i cident." he "It was one of thos things that fio one could have'ifor seen or foreslalled.'t ilr. .Mitchell sa he would have legal representallvt nt the investigation today lor the pur- pose ol taking .steps, to prevent'any ql this kind in Ihe Inture. r Tbe corporation council today began the WTirk of drafting ah ordnanca regu: ja'ting the operation.ol aircraft above Lithe 'city. The Illinois Trust and Sayings Bant i one ot the large Chlcago.bauks, hay- ig deposits o'f The' HffilJ? and! "-otODsitc the fs dead. Constable Geo..'Armstrong, of Xep- igo6, Ont.. was murdered by an un- known man: of America, has resigned lor persona reasons. .Four reiurued'men.'J. 11.'Bell, A Gritllu'. H.-.C- Parsons and E. II.-J wei Winnipeg. Sllll anolhcr Incendiary barn fir occurred !n Centre Glenelg wheh .Mr werc'iadniiltcd lo lhe i bouse. Grain Growers- hayp decided lo run .a candidate in lor the Dominion. House. A provincial convention o[ British Columbia Conservatives will be-held in Vancouver on Sent. 20 and 30. Brantlord ratepayers voted in [avpr of guaranteeing the the In-1 A do IT. barn the lilli con cession went'uD In, flames. Peter King, Port Arthur, was pr senlcd with, thu ,Hoyal Humane S clety for rescuing Mrs. lie den and lier.'fainily from a burriin Lwo slories in of Del Tloiiijii, headed by only iwo slones Taylor, ls of Hitt. JliEses Ferris and Bothers, held i-'reccptipn' and' banquet Friday i IcKs" PEOPLE C. Stevenson, "manager of t! .Canadian Dank ot Coi.ijrieirce at Kin slon.' succeeds Maync dustriaVReaUy Co.'up" to HOO.OOO- Otlawa, who' goes to the as surierfu'londent. rt uojiulation ot farmers watl1 upon Frank Collic'ult ol Crossfleld i lo consent Cuchranc in Don't Deny Your Family A Victrdla Music li one ol Ihe in tluences for youns and old that the world krion. itll Vlc- trolaa .1 90' terms', If out of town for Vrea Catalogue of Iho A'lctroias toA over Itecord's book of 512 Bilmoral BlooX Kome of lled uotb9r ivere, drowa'cd iu lageol ]jkc. Mf..'jytcKlnnon, who vas.onlEhorc preparing a meal, M'lt- esscJ tbe r The Soulbcrn .Alberta has- one very well'iu Iho. pasUyertr. 'ac-- ordlhf to the rlnaiidoV atalemerit just ssued by lhe auditors. -ProfUs to ing wero tokfn oui pr.the oparatlous. Bill Arlick, said- to he Iving at Jlull, was' killed, by. -a knife wounil In the chest Inflicted by..Corp.. Filip Konowahl, C.; ot .tie. 77th b'ntlallon, who won. tamo, fighting vltlt the 47 batlnllon In The inter-allied counpii decided that Gen. Allcnby, of ,the- JirHIsb; .should take entire, charge, of .Ibtf ortu-. pillion of Asia .wjth sup'er- vialon ovtr UrllWi.'Frcnch-Greq'i and: Italian forces.' ollicars launch nt Detroit in'scarch -James Hutchlnson leaped' and swam ashore. Div.crs 'arp searching, -for hjs purse Kith.'JTtS Ip'sl ctat. "i'-' v _'. 1'rof. V. SI. of tho department of Iio'rllculluro at Iho University of BrUlsh'-- Columbia, iiu uuu iieV Mm" lias been appointed 'tlean'of Iheaculty n cfirninal liaturc to any out of, the province. 'If ever there waa dryness in the and, the'streets I.elhbridge in their dusly state on Saturday, loudjj- proclaimed the uapleasant faCt- In case there .should be no mistake in) addressing the 'Prince of Wales. Ollawa officially announces that z.i- dresseH-ihsiUi'1 begin as follows: To His Royal Highness, EdTard .bcrt Chrlstain'George Andrew Patrick 'Da'VldJ EarlJ of Chester in'Uie peerage the United Duke ol .Cornwall, In tile peerage England; puke "of nptLe- ay, Eariof.Carnck ari'd Beron of Ren- pmlq Kconstvuctire worj. Ho -asked 12-year-c.ld grauddaughlcr. Miss Alma .lean MacMasten has been Bppqinled superintendent of the St. German nnd Dragon'., clotfiing merchants, Montreal, had Jl.OOO ivorth illwecds stolen. iV. Napanec, formerly sup' erintendent of jie Dell Telephone Co, died ca Prid gave a short welcoming our- men home. Mr. W. CO Jliller, a veteran, answered most appropriately.; veterans then saluledfpur coinradea who are lying IB Several Mr. railsical sejcctlons given. Mr. be re- built in grandeur and historic nobility. The premier returned lo Paris to night. -V tho prov l- Mailicn" -Dojicft'y, an ordbrly in mthiicum Mll'.tnrx Hospital, jiear Na- nalinp, IJ. C.: .was .shot and iit is a'lleEed, by j. (S.-Duggan, aiiotlier luarrel over inonoy mat- Drdcrly, in ii'.nu'arrel _7C f The New lira insvrlck Power Co. will D. P. n. operator at jai.ncar'S on the C.. rbOlima, near uu Wi U., attil Mrs.'G.-JI.McKlnnqn, of In Hamilton. 11. B. Adams has arrived :in ficelna from Knrnloups nnd 'h'aB, succeeded Morton as mJiiager 'of lhe Uank o.f Hamilton branch- there, Mr. having beeri.ip.roinoted. after, fourteen months. Eervlce'- ?B there lo the position'pf; ojsisliint lo 'Uio -KCilufal; macagcr oflicn GRATUITIES ARE EXEMPT Barrett, specially pleaded, the audlence-wlthJ'My Little Grey Home in-the and We ileetAfaln.1'. .'J_ .OTTAWA, July" govern- -Thred re'ceiTed a cable from the .results -ills of-.Soulhern rew, in Scotland: 'Lord ol Ihe Isfea'and. great steward of'Sco't- ind.'K ji.C, The City Clerk will havyspmething o roll off when reading fne city's adr dress to His Hoyal Highness. But he should be careful not to bring, in tbe for the .more, for the then tripppd the. light the' affair. close having been voted "'rffsi L'adics of Del Bon" d a.'' grand take-onr lop" Eftpn. grain 'The coders. of the grain .supervisors, ,call- "ing-Inr tne.dellvfry of all lji6 crop to terminal elevators before 'August lath, call attention lo a ser- Ws pdslUon if the grain is permitted iJ That grain should be held fof.purchase by farmers who will have ali'nnilaiil-need of the same. should step In to fake lU'e, necessary precautions. -There is the. immediale need eratrgency 10.prevent what niight lead Ip U4 ,auu ''IP rauniclpalki.ea. ._Soulhera vGovern-1 _____J purchase-for re-selling lo In fl'riners hats to you- for iiothlng- fve> tqualled -you'r the' Boys Soirte Ihree'h'umlrSd people, in ntlcndance. "CHIEF INSPECTOR DEAD OTTAXVA, July Inspectb HpEnn. for 23 years 'with iigh commissuDner at London to Jhe ffecl thai'provision IB being raade-in he ,finance bill -now In conimitlce jage'hefore lhe British hpriie'of cop: rnona for exemjilipn from .Tncomo tai ol gratuities being paid in respect of Tar sejTioo as he war.- Provision i3 alsi being mode or, the of any Income Un .h'al has already been.collected. pp Al the union'', of SMkalchewan olic'e, dlBd' ratherj sudden iy at his home a few minutes befor o'clock thlj :ars old and a' i'; :ie linn. (ieo. Langley, nlelp'al ATialrs for Sas- katchewan, .MDerred to the present system, ot plitirikil heavy proportion of laxalldn'bn1 land 'n3 legalized steal- His.TbRY.rAN'o HIH'E'ONE improTenioillifmllch higher: lhan Ihey were doing and he was fipl' -Jll' saf a 'thai C'J' per cenL ivpuid'reVesent-'lhe' fnaihinm llu'pbinfea o'ul that under the 'eiist and the Union, :a I ol- laicE cimpatg'n IB at staged., IteC- Til Bulte, :Montana, there this' view.' allow Us employees lo elccl one of their, number, to tbe .I'our childretNot J. 11- Connelly, Fredertclon, N. B., fatally poisoned by eating ice cr'ea'm in conea. The Socialist element succeeded, in wiping out. lhe moderalls. in the TgS. onto Trades and Labor' council clcc-. tl.ons. Augiistlnc Colln.McDohald, lleulen- nnt-governor for Prince Edward Island died from an Illness.of. stivera'! months standing. He'was 78 years 6ld.v'. Colonel B. 0. C. M. C, -V. D., nppolnted acljng-tllrcc- tor ofMiedicirscrvlcts for the Depart- ment of Soldiers' Civil Re-eatsbllsh inenl, replacing V- McKel- THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE-'wORLD Will continue lo your salary' lo family 'after your v nol hive your placed on Ibe .nay roll -of. -Uic METROPOLITAN- UFB 10 In at In of llio f Home- can' be kept going as usuilT' This car. bo arranged by depositing with us annually, ajronll.s.ifm of to of EBlnry desired.' See any of I.lvo Wires, Gurr, P. See any oi our i-ivo wircc, viz... A, .vr '-Fisher J C.''Haii'ralianf Wm. Hurndall, Joe Mlllor, nnrt b'ri up-.o-data in havilfg your famllf protection filed up In this marrner. COST A LOT, TO DEPORT ALIEN WASHINUTOX. aliip space and the cqjl'oMransMrt Ion may necessitate' >t a depbiC indejirable aliens, held rin't1iiti coun: Arrtbony Dl teslilled beforp I: cpjiference held with the tacentlve o[ oFg'anlzlCg B "one big In ilj'i'aa.held that there Siiore aggressive organisation than.thfc Kcderalion Ihla conrorence--al'the lime.- 'a 'rnileildg .dominated' V'vjj'lV represwilelJTes .pl.ithe- nallonal BJiUe, :tr' a railicaf ijjd'dpendenl'.orgaritla'tion I.CDI.IIICII.- iramiiratlon Stale nstitutlona" wh'nli "are temporarily these people, are clamoring .'c-'be rid of Mi-CarnlnqUe saJd, I do, nol -wbnl; iohend EJrppc.lndividnal'ly when Ins auo.nl ISOd J200 pi 'ilfnca7' JfT'jiaiiieil control 'Al'" ite ma, they won Id run Ihefn 1 Wheivyou'inost to be on the TEMPORARY 3iOjir a spool of half inch Adhesive Tp.e ancf ieep' It? 'corn, covered, changing tape vcchly.. It EOpn won'i i PERMANENT Get your Arch Troithlo corrected wilh a pair ol Dr. RchoH's Eazers and your feel properly by our Bflleamen who know how lo (It you flnrt you won't narc torna, _ i 9HERLOCK i...- .-11 STREETifiTOFlE We Have Received OrderB to Buy all Clatses of Cattle to be I I Shipped to Dakota, arid are Pfe- pared Fiill Market Price. Phoiiel846 Phone or x WATSON RANCHING Go, Li Lethbridge ;