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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta m PAGEPOUK 171R HKHACI' JULY 23, 19M Ube Uevalfc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisne THE uETHBRIDGE PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street Snulh, Letiifcridge W, A. Buchanan rresldeni and Diveolor John Torrance L'usLuess TELEPHONES Suitness Office Editorial Office solemn fiirw. In the sn-1 JiMdor sv luuiro l.i'jeraltiin. olio' ailoptcd tcd Hi's luS'. and family and Miss Ruth CaUltraU re- "hW In band with ihe irrigation move- The policy which should be directed I tura.ed trom an "tended visi nTeol which is now drtnislar the teJ. towards Southern ASberla is not i Dakota and Minnesota. attention, and the strong interest of jibe, people of. Squlhem Alberta. The fwp projects go hand in hand in the scheme o( dcvelopmtnL The one is the coimlerpaTl of the other. V-'Apart from the commacity' Holts Ihey furnish, good roads hare their rvses in the general economy In their on vehicles which move on ?tei5i Aiding iu Lhe prevention or tear. They fall in" with tte -tollcy of conEerration. To the merely a local policy. Ii Is not any means overdrawing ance when say it is policy, in ibat its benefits will not be solely'bt a nature. There 'Is everything 'in Southern Alberta (o make it E -wealth-producing area. The one tilrig needed to make its com- munities prosperous, .hem on the land, ___ers, in turuiEhiug marketing facfl- are a-decided boon. A The-.men "who are behind the good movement deserve the aimosi L commendation and averr- encoarafia- are' true, "JcominTinily The salvation and quickly al that. looking hack over Ihe raib.tall.av erages. 1314 was a failure and 1915 bad ,1P53 lhan an iuth (inorc ralnlall than ,nd Wag a crop freak on dry land V. C. MAN HELD FOR MURDER AT OTTAWA July. William Artlch came to his death as the result of wounds tnMlcteJ by Corp. Philip Konowal, V. C., vvav the Verldct of the coroner's Jury In Hull today, In disposing of the tragedy that occurred late Sunday afternoon. Following the verdict, Konowal Was taken to Jail and tomorrow morning he will appear In police court, charged with the munler of. Artlch.. .Much, consideration was shown Konowal at the In- quest-and as he walked out. Cor- oner Davis shook hands with him, and gave him a Word of cheer, Konowal took everything very quietly and remarked that his friend. Oledlk, was far more up- set than he was himself. PRISONERS STRIKE FOR MORE FOOD AMD LESS WORK LEAVENWORTH, Kans.. July hundred military prisoners In the disciplinary bar. racks at the federal prison here went on strike today and resist- ed attempts of the guards to force tlum to work...Col. Frederick Rice. In comand of the barracks, received a cornmlltr-e of 12 oners, who asked that the men be given shorter hours and more to eaU a day for sii days a, week, rather than atJon Army, Medicine Hat, have nlao hours day for IJro day's with transferred to Winnipeg. I Saturday afternoons olf. Jobn D. Rockefeller lias donated a )spllaljlor drug addicts to Now York Cily- F. W. Harcourl, K. C., Toronto, was lected grand master of tho Grand of Masons for Ontario. The Alabama Stale Setiate 1ms re- used lo ratify the Federal amendment. women Mrs. J. Boyle, Belleville, lost her son by being strangled >y a. comfort string. At New York recently, aliens, represenllng in bank ac- counts, applid for passports to return to Europe. The Archbishop of Ruperts Land 35 appointed the Jlev. C, H. of Lang ley, B.C., to the parish of St. George Jlirtle.1 former organist ol Methodist church, L. H. Parker, [he Centenary' Hamilton, died at B'.nbrook, from In- juries he received from 'a fall from a wagon.. Maimed soldiers are eligible for Masonic membership, provided they can master the 'art of Masonry, tlie Grand Lodge of Ontario decided. Canadian Woolens, Ltd., has pur- chased the. Auburn Woolen Mills and ROME. July JJppt Benedict has addressed lo the Ins hop otrGermany a letter over the' rembval of the .blocjcade. The letter recommends that ad alti- tude of Christian charity pyrard the question of Tver The pope .eiprwied confirlence that the 'civilized. nati6ng. and especially Catholics will give aid o the populations brought to a sLata of eitreme need. He recommqnder] n conclusion that all thought of hat- red agufnsL former enemies be elini the Uonner, Worth plant, Felerboro. botli oE rated from Calbolics. Ibe of German CASHIER SURRENDERED NEARLY MILLION SHORTAGE PHILADELPHIA, Pa., July 2 Ralph T. Moyer, cashier of the North Perm Bank trliorn a warrant hari been issued, surrendered to thc.ois trict attorney today. Trie bank clofecd on Friday Idat owing more than lo depositors. Moyer nigbt confessed to James W. torney for the bank, .that there Wa shortage of f3DDrOOD.''v, comb Jn and we! their feel. Irrigation is no longer a speculation or an'''ex' perimenL JAS. The St. John Valley Branswick Is' 16 be ready Tor operation by the C. N. Hys. on 1st of August. the Tha Vernon, B. C., brancJi of the W. V. A. will organizo a chain ot co-opnratlve stores Ihrougout the Obaoagan Valley. Boss Croker, former Tammany chieftain, Is returning lo New York lo Jive. He ivJH his riict'liorses In Ireland. Westminster La flics' college will be the new name- ol the institution form- erly known as the Alberta Ladles' college of Hod Dttr. Hoga el tho Blockyards sold for per pounds on Friday forenoon. This ii a record- breaking price for Edmonton. Er-Gnr. Slossman, of Belleville, was acquitted by court martial, or (he churgo of assaulting an officer Jii Del gium last NovembDr- Whlle (ravelling 30 miles an hour the boiler of ft freight tra'n engine [lew up near X. Y., fc ho engineer, fireman and brakeman A carrier pigeon, believed to he the ilrd'which nscnped from the Drlltsl dirigible 1131 on Us return trip, alight id on the deck of a steamer and was brought hack to Now York.- While tropical heat has betu pre- vailing In niany paris of Canada, the, people of Newfoundland have been lnE their hands beTore grate iires and lighting the IIOUEQ furnaces. A call has been, received by Jtov, L. C. Hammond, pastor, of Dis- ciples' church in.St. Thomas, Ont., for the past two years, from.jits former pastorate in-Mount Healthy, Ohio. Jack Hepinstnil, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. .Ufpinslall of .31. Thomas, who has been In Washington, for some-lime past, engaged in special work for the United Sides Xavy Department, has received the appointment of Super- vising Engineer in; charge of the .en- A Tola taken al; nrantford, OnL among 130 Worka DopaTtmenL employ ees of thb city showed a majority o four In favor of working eight hours How You Should Choose a Piano More than lialf the "goodness" iu a Mason lllech Piano Is uiddcu. Those who buy a plauo should pay as much attention lo ihe reputation cjf Iho firm building it BS to Iho plaoo Itself. MASON AND RISCH 150 Years Canada's Favorite) Ask us for style and easy terms ot payment Factory to Homo." Balmoril Block "The Home of vfetPoU" Elnorlng designs ol work for tho U. S, navy, at Va., an un- dertaking cstliinited lit between and Jumping from his atToplane- Just be- fora It crashed :to-tbo ground, iifler falling from a liolght of 100 feel hi tall spin at Sneenaiicad Day. Capl, Honan. of tlio New YQTk iiolica' reserves, escaped 'wlth-a few bruises. Flev. William DciiniiiEef, former Ipeasurcr. tins been apiJol.nt.eil prest- detit of Si. JeroTUo's college .Kitchen- succceU'iig llov. A. L. Xtnger, vvhu was recontly appointed pnslor ol SI. Mnry.'a Ilonmn Cujhollc church, KHch- OF FIVE'DAY STRIKE V Mlna., July The stale convention of the Minnesota Federation of Labor -after listening to an addrt'sa by v J, Slooney, of Sah v Francisco, this forenoon, tn favor of'principle of a day's Sept. I, v as a, demon a Ira Lion of protest ngalJisL the cojiventlon of v Mooney. t f. 4 4 0 Q 0444 -J 0 METROPOLITAN LIFE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN. THl' DISTRICT'-OFFICES 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK employer continuo to pay your salary your II not, why not have your.'fllc'a name -placed'on.ttie-'pay roll ol Ihe METROPOUTAN LIFE so Ihnt Jn the event'or. your ilcalh the Homo con bo kepl-goliig -i "Thla c'aa b'o, arranged 113'annually a small sura of money according to Ilie amoiinC ot salary Seo ony.cjl our Live Wires, G.'Giirr, A, Fisher. J--C. Joa fled 'bo In liaving your family protection Ilicd up In.Uil'd Ilobert Welmoro' llannlngtoh, B. A.. solicitor for the city of .Victoria, tend- ered hia resignation, after deciding to accept the management of the legal affairs of the Canadian Motional Rail- way system' In lirltlBh'ColuiQbia. Following an illness of -two months' Lt.-Commantler Thomas Paul Word, D. S. O., -R. X; of.Elslentl ranch, Nelson, died .at a Vancouver hbsnjlal yesterday. At a meeting ot Ihe Edruonlou police commlsslqon, Mrs. Chap- man and Mrs. CJ. Downas were sip nofutcti as femnls members 'of Kdmonton police" force for a probation- ary period of thfca months." 't A. County '.Orange, lutlne Was- Insti- tuted si Medicine, Hst.'Vl.Ui" .the following oldcers: County .Master, W. DeL'oiigt Medicine Hal: Deputy Master, 'A. P. secretary, H. H.' Kent; chaplain, -Angus .Baker; p. ol Holll fled cliff; de'puiy leclurcrSj'. Hicks and ..Pollock (Dow n. Miller, Botr Islapd; Jeclurer, J. olllngahead; Ireasurer, Argue, o[ Wales -when he visits I.eth- bridge. The Tllooa Indiana., whom he i which goes to shoir'coneluiKely (hat; inett will see lo that The Coaldale cars In tlie -tig ade on Saturday, with their alfalfa, timothy, bromus, and clover, lypificd a future prospect for Southern Al- berla In general when the waters of irrigation are over the land. Valera has brought Ihe Irish ll'e hss come ft long way to gel it settled. .Meanwhile tlio JJrllish Government '.i not worrying very much auoul the new Itjah "Ule Opposition, which run counter to' 'tn .1 problem across ilie ALIaliMc. JuEdlmsEtal prlnnples round Liberalism is uuilt. We Lave noticed wiidl (3 dlattnctly n fcaclton. 'TaTy.atlllude. Dot though iliii has lietn somewhat blalantlj- proclaimeil, Is no reason to suppose that the nfogre'sslve policies bare gone out of j Literalism The Liberals o( Hritish Columbia, for (nafance, la the highly platform atlopied al the" fn Victoria, for submilllng toe conventfori IL gave i Ms. There are oiler con- In .which progressive plat- if we don'L get rain at ttie critical crop j time we inlght as well hang upuh'e- Your letler from 5r_r. Jrcrriam of Lucky Strike in the same Issue of I Tuesday last ig very much.to the point niul shov.-s the state of things'all over the EOiith. Anyone .who would offer to retard the commencenU'iti.of work on this Lettihridgc Northern ditch one minule tar his own or parly inds, nceda capital punishment under pres- ent circumstances, and. we Cannot do too much for any man Who will show us a shorter cut to II thai 'a "absolutely safe snrl ssund. "And let us-be sure ami ilarl ditci Mj'.cnoush eo .that Biindlal anrf 'all may Propeslves awlnf; the con a. bright ruiufe is Should this bo i aijeader. ifry Iffln'orlani'Vo'risIdoi-alloH. one ndiinctl In tlid'policy. lie will liave to be one wfll n'atlfriily fit in with II. -A policy wllli a reactionary te nuLhinE nliort of d Why Have Corns Cripple TouT When you most want lo be on the move) TEMPORARY REMEDY Gel from your dnujjlut R si.ool ot lialf Inch Adhesive Tape snJ keen Inn corn covered, changing (ape .weekly. It soon won't- I PERMANENT CURE _ Qct your Arch Tronblii corrected wllh a pair of Dr. Spoil's youf feel iiroperlr filled hy our ealt-smon fino ,la 111 yon and you won't have corns" w. j. NELSON BLOCK 7th STREET STORE We Have Received Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be i Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. Phone 184B Phone or Wire: RANOBNG Co, M Lethbridge ;