Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LBTHBIlibGE DAILY inJ3UIH __j___.____-.______.. THUIISDAY, 31'LY 2-1, 1883 (From Our Own -HAYMOND. Alia.. July Klder fcoadal Dahl was given his welcome reception last night Second Ward meeting house. the and fruit and oft drink counters during fno hottest irt ol t'-ie day. econ ar me if he people of Raymond are meeting Thursday nieht ir (he Opera House to'give Principal and Mrs. T. C. Rorn- a farewell entertainment, be.ore they leave for Presion, Idaho. where Mf'Homney has accrued an appoint ''meni as principal of ihe I'nida Stall A good program has been arranged and all are welcome Mr. and Mrs. Romney aoJ lhe.1 fitnilv came lo Raymond In 1914. Mr Homnev laving been appointed pnn clpal ol tbe Academy here. In Mr and Mrs. Roumey-s going away, th town loses two public spirited Individ uals who Uave ilevoieJ a very gre: dell of their time lo ihe young peop and to travelling among lie peopl of this slake, as well as the Alberta. I stake. In the Romney boys Raymond also iwo prospective athletes. 'The Primaries of ihe two wards are meeting in the Sscond Ward meeting house Friday night to tender Mrs. Homney a farewell. Mrs. Romney Las been very sealous in her work in the Primary association. .1 .'Messrs. L. Dowen. A. W. Kirtiham. W.-'C. Stonb and R. Kimbill made for the last Friday night during thinning no one would see Ihern, to catch fish. The jisb are still gamboling in the lakes did' brooks, but they, after two sleep- less nights, are home, sadder but wiser boys. Wttile nothing much has been said about- Irrigation in these parts lately, much Las and is being dope torards tie evanlual reality o! the proposed irrigation schemes. Parties of sur- veyors are now making the finals on the reservoirs. Tuesday night, nayrwnd Stirling and were in session to the town hall, to tnit Ihings more closely togtlher, so tUaV plans and organiiatipn can he Jiid before lie government. We ara Ifp'w rubbing our and shortly the WASHINGTON, July here were reports of isolated out- ireiks by nesroes Including the firlaf nlo a street car, last iilsM. passei without serious renewal of raci io'lng which his terrorised ilia nil ional capital since Saturday. The presence ot armed soldiers and co-operation generally by tho publi with the request of the city aullioritie that street traffic be held to a min imum resulted In quieting me slum tioa and both ihe military and ell. officers eipressed belief there will b no "iiiore serious trouble. ADVOCATE BONUS TO SOLDIERS KIXSTON. Ont., July. the proposals the 'delegation from Kingston to the Dominion convention ot the Army and Navy Veterans1 As- sociation In Montreal luis are in- structed to support the following: One thousand dollar pension to he paid for total disability and loui closes of pensioners, the. lowest to rtveive per cent of the maximum. The patrioilc. lund to be converted into a post-war relief fund, the gov- ernment to add to its millions all the FORiSWE batlalion and canteenjunds accumu lated by the 'C. E. K- llim lhe funds over to a relief committee for the soldiers' benefit; all the men who were on ibe alllE'J front to be paid tbe sum of 52.500; an investigalion to be made into lie1 reason why an attempt was mule in London. England, to ex- clude all Canadian soldiers from tak- ing part In the Peace Day parade; proper and sfcpanuc lospilals [or the military insane, iu charge of men over- with full pay during treatment: opposition to prohibition in Canada and a demand for beer and wine. RECEPTION WINNIPEG, Jluy G. Veilcb, chairman of the strike relief commit- tee, anil several members addressed the unions ot toilermaiers, stock- yards men, photo railway r will come. lo LethbriigVon Saturday, Peace Day, tO'frol'lc and celebrate with our big Bisler town. All speak, of good stunts which they enjoyed, but there 1V-1-made their splrlls clerks and maintenance of way men aj their respective meetings last night and in each case were enthusiastically received. Promises of financial sup: in mass Journeyed port were given by all these bodies. July addressing tbe national assembly today, Gustavo Uauer, the premier, alluding 10 the recent strike, warned lhe coun- try against a hasty revoluiwo. whlct. he salil, could only bo n counteT-revo- luliou, resulting in disaster. The premier admiled tlilll Ilie great of lhe people h.id ground for distonlent, and said It was the gov- ernment's lask 10 remove any just reason Cor this. Tbe remedy, be add- ed, was a law regulating workers cojinclU'aud econoiiuc councils, vhich ihe BOTemmen! would" draft. There also would "be'a bill, Be- arer announced, lo'nitlonallio elec- tric potfer' stations aiiJ socbliie lhe nroducllou of lignite. The premier offered" a long exposi- tion on the goveruinent-s policy, which he said was one of. socialization. He declared that the spcialintion of othtr mines the lignite mines aud said a democratic stale possessing railways, electricity and mines would be in a position to givo to Germany's economic life limt form of contentment, whlen he considered right iisd possible. The premier. continuing. saU tne I workers' councils ivith the dlsini't lecouomlc'councils, and beaded by the Impeml economic councU which it was proposed to establish, were re- garded by the government as foro- and the eventual pillars of The government's pol- cy her.added. also would be devoted the superfluous Impor- tation ot Injuries and especially the eiclusion of all imporls which would De liktly unfavorably to influence lhe labor, inafkel. "We shall need Vo work aid lo abhor the.'premier said in couclu- "We shall have lo, r.-new our national lile and give national thought on the foundation of the league of nations idea. On'lhe growth rind the strengthening of that1 Idea our hope must resl and from it must come a revision ot the peace tieaty." BEfUlUZED Commission Makes He- port to I'eitce Conference- Fixing Other Uoundaries VAHIS. July UsIUc mission of the peace i-oiiferenco pre- sented a report today r.'commendmg that ibe.. Aland Islands, between Swe den and Finland, nt the mouth ot lh jotli Nuronbex, 1918 Paid-up Capital Reserve Fuiid Deriosits Totil Assets THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PHONE 1766 Palmolive Soap 'Special Still 3 for 29c, for 58c, and 12 for or 6 illy 1 A- Hakes, ne'r.nkg............. -lUt Special, per pVg- Colfeo Essence. per boltlo Nabob Coflee, per tin rutfen Wheat and Puffed nice, per pkg. Scotch Oal Cakes, 2 pkgs. for-. -i r OC- Ml. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILfl RIVER BRANCH R. T, BRYMNER. J. H. S. GORDON, Manager 1. V. STEEL, McCormack's Family Sodas in Week End Special 6-pound cardboard 1 1 A Dominion Com Flakes, 2 bos, 1.1U pkgs. tor........... Fruits and Vegetables at Lowest Market Prices. OUR MOTTO! "VALUE FIRST, ALL'THE i. FREE DELIVERY THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH A BIG WEEK OF MUSic, LECTURES, JUNIOR CHAUTAUaUA, ETC. AtLe DAILY PROGRAM, FRIDAY iiDB Junior Chaulauc.ua .Junior Supervisor Eveninj _ Admission 35c. Concert Entertainment. .._. "Tlie Malting of a Admission 50c. .Merrilees Entertainers .........Dr. Raiier SATURDAY Junior Play and Story Aftcmoio-Conpert Prelude..........-........Guanoo-McXinnon Company Challenge of the J. Klemme Admission ode. Concert Company lhal Help or Hinder the Progress of 'a A. K" Zehner MONDAY Junior and Story Hour. Mlnervlni Enterlalnment--......................Torn 50C. Piano-Accordion Prelude.....................Antonio Mlnervinl Inspirational New Order Versus the New Frank Admission lie, TUESDAY Junior Play and Story Hour, TYhlle Hussars Fire Republics on Horseback" .................................Dr. G. Wliirield Hay Admission 76c, Grand Concert...........-.'......'...........The Hussars "Singing Dani" with unemyillcd record of euccessts on Eastern circuits, Admission 75c. WEDNESDAY Junior Play and Story Hour. Artists Trio Signals on lhe Road to '............1.....................Edna Eugenia Lowe Admlulon EOc. Hecllal.............................. Metropolitan Artists Trio Placo Among the Nations" Lieut. Bruno lloselll Gifted Italian 'speaking through courtesy of the Italian Embassy. Admission 75c. Mornln THURSDAY Junior Pliy and Story Hour. Prelude Vierras Hoyal Ilawailans Keadlrs'j Vn'd'Hntciialnmfht ....f.Lydla Fonncsbeck t Admission Land ol Music.' Concoft'. (a) (b) Hawaiian Qu.nle lllualraled "nftmbllng Through Paradiso" Mildred Leo Clemens Showing Nevr Motion Pictures of Hawaii's Active Volcano, W. Kllauca. Admission l.l.W. I' 8 to 14 TWELVE'BIG PROGRAMS; ALL YOURS.FOR'.A SEASON General Information 1 Lethbtidge August 8-14, .1919. SEASON TICKETS aro on saje by the noon.of-the 'opening day.'Aftcr ,in price. Tbejvare I'r'nnBCclr-. able.only wilh'in (.hiownera CHILDREN'S TICKETS'at'Jl.OD atimit "cHllilrcil and aclulils them to all regular Chautauqua programs as ivel! ps llio Junior Chautaunna. SINGLE ADMISSIONS lo'lhe various sessions amount tbrec limes the cost ot a season ticket. Wen though ypii but a tew numbers, it Is economy to buy a. season ticket. Children's' tiuEle admissions -approjiimalcly halt t SEASON TICKETS' Adults V'5? MEBRILEES ENTKRTAINEM Oj-nino DM, I The Merrilees Entertainers TWO PROGRAMS-OPENING DAY Von will like the Slorrltecs cliarn.Ing vivacious rli-who come on the opening day. Tho Baling fun anJ they rafllatc In their vfak wlll.piil you In lhe hMl of nplrlU for Iho'mauy good, things oHhe week to Those four talented young' ladles give unusually arUsllo jiro- rfaras- of vocal toloa, tluota, ditarlela, readings, coslnmcd eonga and Mimoroua Sketches. They present splendid joyous music and genuine entertainment, and thcro la something In their.two programs lor everyone, from tho most musically critical to thoao who like a dash ol'syncopated lime'. You'll every.minute, ol their stor rou. n opening DAILY SCHEDULED Children's Hour Afttrnoon Evening TT.% Buy Your Season Ticket Early! till the Opening Day. Junior Chaiitauqua, BOQST! x Iloost your city. Uoosl your friend, lloosl tho Iculgo that yon attend, lloosl. Hie slrccl on which dwelling, Boost (lie goods that you aro sell- Boost Iho pcoplo round nhoul yon, They canigcl along without yon, put success will quicker find llicin.- I( Ihcy' know that behind Mhcm., r Uooat for, orcrV, forward, niorcraent'; lloosl for every new Improvement, lloost Ilio man (or uliom yon hbor, JloosL the stranger and Iho nclgli. I Cense, lo I.10, a chronic knocker, Otaso to lie ft progress blockor. If you'd mako your city.bolter, -Boost It to tho thai letter.