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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FTKJH UTl'HBniUUE HEllMJ THURSDAY, .JULY 21, Ibevalo alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHSP.IDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbridje W. A. Buchanan President and Manning Director John Torranct Vutiness Manager TELEPHONES Suiiness Office ...........j, Editorial Office ihe Mayor and Chief of 1'ollco In iho ,ong and weary hours, scheduled from m. to 3 P m. wort.' productive of so mile result as evident lu Iho con- gei'.ion at ibe Ka'.r Grounds. Still, it to IK on the without worrying over resnlls, counts for something. Mayor and Chief have their consoling We wish (heia Joy of Tbe Mayor's vinv of perfection la IViti'cliou, as he defines 11, is "he r.-salt of Mayor Hard'.e's bandl- work. Hut the curious part ol it is ihit l-.e results on what hive been accomplished ly others F 1% Gathering Celebrated Peace Uay in thi Southern CultinV Fall Wheat been accomplished ly scc.-oFsful OIIB. In the morning 12521 who laymen so fur as ro- I lho j eavitl Hand and also tho 1.: -r slendid (Troni Onr Own C.MlllSTON. July Peace Day ci-'.cbr.ulcia at OjnJiton was Membe.- Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription i with Mayor and Chief of Police. He candidly'ays "1 really do not think iMc- wriier could have- dona any better. in fict 1 know he could not have rtone so well." Tbat ls setting a [oor! standard lo fo by. U is missing ibe I the ijentiiied I o.rJilou Military Band give splendid both before ami during the foils l-irade of decorated automobiles, soldiers aud Ihtir relatives. The and tov-ii councilmen and all (ho citizens that could turned oul id helped to form a parade. Tho village at LeaviU and also of and tiulle a number of mombcrcd, especially by Iho youuser generation. The splendid parade ct the fore- ivoon was. wprthy of ejtia mention, cu aciounl ot the decorated care. .M Grand Garage possibly carrying off the with KranX Drown a close second while still others cime lu for honorfible mention. The Chsulauqua, ndvc-rtislns com- mittee havo imsled bills in the most 1 conspicuous places about the town aud ou tho Bides of buildiuBS, whose dignlly would absolutely preclude an others lormr, of adverlls'.ug. The eud Justifies the' means. Mr. Davidson, president of Iho Cal gsry Good- Roads ;Assoclillon, left Sunday afternooa for MacleoJ, havlnj Iclt ail indelible Impresston upon of by the that the roids aro now marked to Water ion -Las.os and Glacier National ParV anil Lelhbrldse, and Macleod aud Cal gary. through CarJston. Culling Fill Wheat Cardston Motors Carafe and Gran Garage are now- both niaried b biauujiiu t" ana u.uue a numuL-r ui Subscription nates. _ j iurap halfway, wlA ihe consequent OIher ,veTe rtprestnted at Dally, delivered, per veex [he the Csnlslon on tnat day. The parade Dally, delivered, per year at the Fair started from tho courthouse and went Dally, by mail, per year way things were handled at tne {o (he Weekly, by mail, per year mail, per year to Ira. v Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers alter elplralion date Is our authority to continue the snb- tcriptlon. is THE RUSSIAN THISTLE THE FARMERS' SALVATION? The pesky weed may be tie salva- tion of some farmers this year. The "ripe ind rolling Russian thistle is an abominalion oul it ivoold seem that tile harvested green thing of lhat ijame niakes good fodder, at least tattle and horses seem to thrive upon JL- This thistle real abundant this year! Now is the time lo cul il if "lor'no other purpose than to '-flean-up the fiElds. We do not'pre- lend to be an authorily on fodder for live stock, but we do heed the exper- ience of farmers, and when they tell is thai the1 green maSes good feed--we think tial It Is -well worth -while emphasizing the fact. Oroumls Is not surprising. As to the res', of tie mayoral letter can only envy his Worship the irame of mind which consoles itself wilh.ihe unction of no one all esteem." The tour to Waterton Jjikes should ba.embraced by as.many as possible. The Herald welcomes the motorists of the Alberta 3lotor League v meet In convention here today. Cardston theneo to Main slrec-t, End back lo Ihe tabernacle. Indoor Program Al Hie request of the mayor, Coun- cilman Card acted as chairman, at the indoor program, which was very splen- didly rendered. The congregation and choir sans "Praise God From .Whom All lllessings Flow'.' as ail opening TnTOMlion, Viis by IJUhop W. 0. Smith, of U.ivltt. The fardston Military BsJid then gave a-i F Magruih Wwd Inspector Re- ceives Sold- ier Returns PA ICKED UP IN ASSING (From Our OWD MAGKATH, July weed In- spector of Lila district Is lu receipt of some, valuable Information tor the farmers, especially thoso who have no absence of a silo they can DO salted down. Canadian thistle, which district Is so full of, will uiaHe uarage are Hie favored garages ol tho Good Roads Association. The mayor and council are right In behind the good road- movement, and are dolns all thov cyi to nsslst in the marking of the roads and the repairing of them, and within tie lows' considerable improvement along this line uas been made rc- Cardslon Farming Company ire- starting a number of binders in a lar-e HOO-acre field of fall wlicil tho very best kind ot silage, but all weeds must bo cul when green. Tho farm- ers would do well to ECO tho weed in- spector, Mr. A. Mercor and receive further particulars from him. Private Clarence Dlaiall relumed on Thursday last from overseas. where ho has spent some time in his country's service. He was met In Lethbrldgc by his mother and brother- Oil arriving homo bo- was serenaded by the band and met by a number ot friends. Private Frank- Miller alsoVe- orchestral selection which' was much r.ppr'ecialed. very In regard to the I: It tale a an English or a Scoltish statesman has been so far unable to do? Time will tell. A splendid address. "Our ___ by Rev J M. KellocV, "was Ihen list- question m to settle whit Av ,he of ihe chair- It Is necessary to repeat the import- man, tho whole congregation stood on Iheir tect while tins "Hymn- of "the Allies" was sun's with deep feeling. A. mpst oicel'.enfaddress -was deliv- ered by John Dlackmore, UA-, giving statistical information, sliowlcs tnst Jolntns the towu of Cardston on uorlh. This Is one of the few large crops tbat vlll ba harvested Ic south- ern Alherla this year, and Is somo- thlni; lo be proud of. Other smaller [all wheat crops will be cut this J. Wood and party who have been visiting north, at Calgary Gleichen and other towns, camo n this eve-Ding after a hot aod dusly but yel enjoyable trip. New Butcher Sh-.p Cardslon now boasts of a new butcher shop, being possibly the four 1 or fifth having started in the Wood Block. However, this shop dis urned last week. All are velcomo Ihe boya home. olays nn ance of there being a good attendance j the contemptible little Stilish army of P. E. I. IS VOTING TO-DAY. t-dward Island'ls Toting 16- day. >There-IE. a tight between 'the Liberal'and CocservatiTe parties.. At this hard to Bet al tie .but thej are likely, lo te ol aracter. olec- from the cily and district at li.a Western Canada Irrigation Congress at Medlclue Hat. V The local auto convention has payed the way for bigger convention of '.he Alberta Motor Lcagne to follow- in the iray of bringing about a policy of good roads. v tionsjlhe peDpjtj-.pl1 the Island province liaye wrbittht up over the qnes- oi 'allowing'automobiles to nm I'-lhan ono dor a week-. The The opening of the dllch IB Barn- well) in'the riew "area lo be irrigated, may -well be reckoned an important event -with all 'th'il Irrigation means to Southern Alberta. lies were marshalled for war. He slat- d that he iad talked to (Jerman spies n 1913 who little dreamed tb.e.1 they were on such das'.ardly; a .mission as o be scouting oul seeking the weak points of attack, for no other cause ban lhat at lust and gain. He closed iy saying that the rood old Mother Country would always" hare, all her ptople'sjlidly at her back whenever she decided it was necessary go to war, and we questions. During tbeTDper waf Great DriL-.iii mustered ser-_ vice During the war Canada, wi'lh her small population, i( r "ri -''.ijcensinK.-ol'-dogs ,has' occasionally, (o that state of perfecUon unto 'an -icKaSip- 'Tt- bo that I hp called himself. In referring to the press personally, L'-.s Mayor of Lethbridge has a few more things to learn before he -is en maybe that in thfe' contest statute on the v: itoads'or turning.but the oil lamps in i the. homes at nine in the pvenings may be the outstanding ques- 3: jjons: Anyway, there Is-an election. :.The las! provincial election ended-Vrhh 5_.; J narrow majority the Consetva- lives.1 The vole tonday may bring a turnover. If-It does the Lib- will likely figure it as a sign of coming victory 'in the PON'T OVERLOOX tHE GOOD OF'THE PAST. WTiiie'ltfe'condilion' of " is "i's well pot iq get loo it'is "too trae, desper- ate circumstances. f On Ihe other, hand "Ven or a years farming rhave been nior'e remunerative -1n Ih'.g ols irict to olher fanners' been a quarter of a century and some of the1. Stales line. SVe know of- alaioal countless glances' where farmers came'" lo.'lbls country ten years ago with riblhlbg and to-day they possess large' holdings of land, "considerable live Block, good homes and fann buildings, many modtrn conveniences, and jn some. instances, men have jhoney In mortgages. Victory and a halan'ce in the bank.- 7''A drouth always aiselback lul a good year worth sfeVera' yeara .of tolling and plodding on a hundred or two hundred acre farm in v provinces of the east. Those o i 'i, JIB _ who know. Ihe east recall that J; has taken mosl farmers tiifcte o life to make a competence. We sa ''VJiiB while apurecialing fully Die hard 'i anxiety ot a drouth yea 1 j; jfo rid of the, droulh we can wor fof Irrigation, hut la Hie mfcanliuie, 4o not overlook the fact that Southern ?h he has called himself. The crown the mayoral chai iu the council shonld be the papal triple one. In conformity -wilh Ih the infallibility ol His Holiness which (he Mayor of Lcthtridee assumes t himself. The AusLrians the lipulallon In tie Peace'Treaty'j-which urns os'e'r-r thousands of milch 0'Italy, Serbia; ;Rpumanla.. They are', surely illogical, in desiring-" to deny" the victors cream ol victory. air of "permanency and "under Iho untier uiy--i. ownership of Mr. H. Caldwell, "nil Frank at bloclc. Succcs to tlic neir lirm. 'BUSY CUTTLNG RYE IN NOBLEFQKD DISTRICT Our Own Correspoodtnl) NOBLBFOItD, .July and Mrs. E. Quick left here on Tuesday to spend a feT days in Edmonton. ".Mr. and Mrs. C. H. SaunJerson loft here on Ihe Tuesday's train to spend: Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Clarke returned on Sunday short visit lo BauB Mf. and Mrs. Jos. were In Lethbrldgs en their lit tio son Moid, ho had got a U. S nickel caught In his Ihroat. Thc doc tor was successful In pushing II into his stomach and il Is hoped lhat h will all right. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Me drum, a son. 3IIss Jrargaret Watson Is spending a holiday at Glacier National Park. Quite a number of.Magrath people are enjoying a visit to tho WaLerton Lakes. The semi-annual enlerlalnmont tor the old folks will be held on Thursday, July 31, in Mercer's grove. The gen- eral committee met on Slonday even- Moose Jaw slreel car drivers are Ihreateulug to slrlko. The hotel at Grand Coulee, Bask, was destroyed by [ire. Western Canada will uol need any outside harvest help this year. Michael Davis. London, dropped dead while walking lu his garden. 70 cents and hour and a IVhour week. Yukon people favor extending the Edmonton Dunvcgan .railway to the Yukon. There -will be accredited dele- atos at the National Liberal convex- !on. Sirs. J. Colon, New Waterford. X. S.. was ncraly killed in an assault by Lor husbaud. The Minnesota Tedenition of lator endorsed tho Sovlel government In Russia. A tuli grown mooso was seen on Ihe. alreels of Jlonclon, N. B., hut escaped Start The Band On The Victrola L FIT'S Lnvo a One-Step on tho verandah, or a nlco, slow avails. Aujthlug you ask lor Is available oh the Vic- trola. It you don't own buy LOW. Upwards i on Easy .Paymenls Catalogue o! IfacordB tree to any address. Balmoril Block "The Home.ol lljo Vletrola" Ing and arrangement! for a good time. are under way SAID FAREWELL TO OLD TIME RESIDENT Inlo n marsh The Canadian Hoy magazine, llshcd in St. John, N. D, has been purchased by Ihe Dominion Council of Boy Ecoula ot Canada. As y. solution of tho high price ot shoes, a Toronto manufacturer agrees Ulat tho government should regulate Iho price of hides. M. Gorman, ex-M. P. for Wei- land, has been nppolnicd industrial commissioner ot thai c'.ty by the city council. Tho salary will to As tile result of a spark from a pass; ing train four acres o! wheat and n auan'.lly of hay were destroyed by fire on the farm of Alol Clunis. Dlen- icim. J H. Mahon, who has been prin- cipal rf the Parkhill public school for twelve years, has resigned to accept used. lo be. In a few days in the hills. our school here, paid a short visit to __. ____ jiissTackaberry.lbil. week. Both Miss placed ovtT al'the'disposaVof and MiU -McNamara lejt the A ringrpt ,pr Calgary on Wednesday night. Canadian loyalty animitect .his Speech-r Tnc throughout, which-was enthuslaslicald "on 'crops ly applauded. J AVsK What little crop thera appear- Sliss Annie Ihe (Special The Herald) MASINAS1N', July A very en-' joyable evening was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W- Chambers on the loti lust, when the members of the. Sunday School and Ladles .Aid. of Masinasin, and many friends from KIppenvllle, joined in a surprise patty. .The Toronlp Globe, most pfonounieflVadvocates of Dnlon gov- ernment. Is .right; in Contending lliat neither any ,.other Unionist Liberal has any Mthbr ss nne oe.- "Boys void-Fought and being calliil again by' an encore. Mr. J. F. Parrisn gave an-sddress on the wives, mothers and children ol the nrave soldiers, and pa'.d a very touching tribute lo the sacrifices paid by at home. -This was followed by the choir singing "All Hail tie Power of Jesus1 which was followed by a few the request oi the" chalrmai, by Mayor felt proud to celebrate his one occasion-'and trusted' that there -would he of the cause of.Urs khid'.'oF a-.ielebralion. Mr.-William Laurie -was then called the chairman, he'had his only tie army rrom the early slages, of war up" until, recently, -the flying Corp aiid one in'the-Infantry. He felt honored at being present: on the and wliole-hearledly welcom cd' tie boys, home "once rnore.. I Talks of. Peace The Ltavilt U.KA. Band then gave ed to ue is now'lo'okirig very "willed, and. most. of il.ean.only lay. All folk in the village felt.worq ouL wilh the heal and -a- lot ojahern went down to the TTOrVlo cool. OB: elTl Inglng .and .spEechrt wero which anndwlchCB, lii'e cream -and cako wore served. ;t -IfrV. Chambers was president ot Ihe Ladles Aid of Tllasinasln and teacher oMhe Adult Diblc ClasE of (lie Unjpn church. iThe following address was rend vby Fraser; tho prinelpalshlp of luo Forest public school. The Newpa'per assqcla- lion 'of TI.os.t6n agreed "lod'ay lo grant Ihe" demands of the' newswrilcrs'; un- ion for'a minimum wage of p'pr -eek for newspapermen and copy- eaders; a Vieek for reporters nd staff phblqgraphers, alur.J30.00 or district iric'n: "L The Canadian." 'National'. Railways lave abEorbed the .Hudson Uay rail- ivay, jvhlch Is to lose .Its Identity to the. government, system. Tho Hudson Hay line starts at The I'os and Is built to.ivUhhi SS_niilcs of Port Nelson, tic Tidewater" termi- nal port of The'.construc- tion of ten miles will bring the steel head to the-Nelson'lllvor, and 'make possible river navigation lo -Hudson Hay. It Is unlikely trades and labor oouncil...ivill send delegates id the'annual trades and labor congress vhelil lu Hamilton, September. 22. according to J. KavanagL, nejelary: Thc prin- cipal reason .for IhiMls that tio local trades and ULor counclL.Is -using Its {none'y for other purposae, lihe secrc- (ary s'ald.: They'would-no doubt send somebody If they' could spare the money. j; r -r i J. S. Dole, a) ranclicr, jlilla'rvillc, was charged the; Calgnry. police say Just what tho'yieldirllijbe. A lot ot our farmers ire -up r busy 'hjinliiig nay'-ior- -their stock: Some -of" them ,wi h U-e apiiearapSeV ol the have ifll helped 'by you.r cbeertut and land that a few o! -hem have'declded I wi 1 lions to .m.ake the com ,_.j T iTo'vi munltr.what it Is, and when you gc friends .and Neighbors, together lonlght (o pfessVo'ur.'dpu'nle regret (p .tfllnk yon arc. leave ODJ community, alTeast'for a-tlme. "We'are-sorry to learn that Mrs Chambers' h'ealUi demands- It, ant sorry to lose you from oar midst. You have ill! your cheerful and take iip land in'liV noV. J.- Wurzer ani> J.'-Bell .biing ity la. commit Liberal Unionists' to a permanent Unionist parly. The bulk' of ihe' Liberals who Eapporled.Unjon Kovernment did It for a certain pur-' Ihe' support of measures' Ih'ny thought necessary for the of the war. There "was no i permanent union party. mong iiicac. Ooramlsaioner Meech evidently is strong believer in the saying' that irocrasLination is the tblct of time 'Nothing like being a little loo prev- qus" Is his motto. But at Itie same thiie he should-have'a belter knowl- edge of conditions here when he Imagines that watcrinl tha streets day before will hold good for the morrow. As to the explanation tbat the men with inc water carls were ontllied lo a holiday, there were many others to -whom tie same could apply. a-.jsplendid -selection, .which was fol- lowed hi }lartin Woplf, M.ITA.. In 3 y'efrYsplendid-; address ,on "Peace.' This, hcLwever, was >nt ac count of lack pi time. He stated brief speakers before him hai talked ot war and the soldiers, .but his subject wastthat ol on carth.-gqod.will to yet there appeared 'to'be no peace, for al Lh Iticre were 6malle wars 'iolng ou, anil it was not impos sible that the tuLure may yet see greaL wars. He spoke very feelingly ot the men who had ,fonghl to bring about] this peace, even though H was one I formality at the.'present time, ftl he great league of nations had been ormcd, and tSe safety of the world was belter goar'ded than ever before: Mr. J. C. CahGon. who had two sons n llic army, one tor Upwards of tour was called upon lo offer -Ihe icneiliction, and tlie large audience discmhled aflcr Lhe'bands played "God Save the King." At the door aiiilablo' souvenir badges' were given out hy the committee. In i BARNWELL ITEMS v (From Our Own DARNWELL, July Lawrence Peterson and J. W.'A'rider- son were in Lethbridge this week for the purpose ot ness with Ihe C. P. The farmers hern are now cutting down for hay. -wbafjllUlo crop the drought.did not get. of the Darnwell people attended the" Lclhbrjdge Peace_Day celebration'and report bavin and glorious lime. UORN: To 31 p. and Mrs. William Fehrcnbach, a girl, P.OnN; To Jlr. and Mrs. J.F.John son, on July 21sl, a boy'.1 ouulhvu nlw; court with an of Ihe. Drand Acl, having brand, over the tinvented tfQ prop- crly of- W. Lee, whicjjjie, Ljpk from Vulcan lo Oko'tbks': fined }IOD nnd who said the1 brand- dpne1 He ilvpuli LUUI '4JI Ilk-a'J I i bis-igiven foul, thnf .11 Is and family lo express heartfelt Ihanks. lo Ihe many friends they leave behind who. have shown their love and appreciation in EO many ways.. May God bless and keep them and draw the cords of Christian love closer about them and EO bo able to accomplish, the good work Ihal has n. Mrs. John W- Chambers. been g'fe'at rualler' foViiAny has risen .from a smfill cli'sldnuT .office of Ihe'' Donlinlbn'pli.lho'bbJildaD- line to one of tho lending, financial, mag- nates of Montreal.'. 1113. return, to Brilish.Colunibla.wlll be re.ceived.wlth great 'iplcaeiiror By Ills friends Inahc JiboLenays, 'as' jfell.'aS Ihpse ot nunllf'. what it Is, and when you go wV shall'miss you in every sphere o" bmmunity life. "Ho-wever, -what Is loss lo us will jp gain r Lo some.olher community, we all join together In ex- pressing .our hopes, you will all find Ifc congenial and pleasant wherever you may go. It Is our sincere prayer .hat 'God's spirit attend each one ot rou and.biess-you always." Jfrs. Chambers" then lhaiiked the people for Iheir Iqvu.and Inoughlful- ness and .expressed regret .lo have lo leave the'community, but reminded them that they could still, and always he united at A f let which ail Joined In singing "Blest Be the Tie lhat Binds." A Card of Thanks Maslnasin, Alia., July 18, 1513. Mrs.'.John W. Chambare METROPOLltAN THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS -TH DISTRICT OFFICES 20, SHERLOCK MR. MANv "will your .employer, continue to pay- your ealary -to' youf fanillr .after ymr decease? If nol. why not have your wife's name placed on the pay roll of tio METROPOLITAN LIFE BO that In Ihe event deaLh the can be kept going osi-usual? can be arranged by de'noslllnB with us nnnuallr-a-Etnall sum of mdney" to the amount ol salary desired.. See any of' our Lfrc Wires, viz.: T. G. Gurf, -P, -A, Denlon, P. A. FiHhcr, J. C. Hanrah'an, Wtn. Ilurndoll, Joe Miller, nnd bp '.up-tc-dala In having your family prolecllon fixed up. In. this manner, Alberta has been a "land of milk and V. honey" to very many people during '-'.'I Ihe rtort period Us soil has been I. .Inder cultivation. Tliere Is a way. however, ot arrang- ing Ihese things. Mr. says Is good enough for an excuse, but we are afraid that It won't How ever, he has taken our criticism In good spirit. tharge !o every child, liand member and all veterans and Ihclr families. Al the recent town council me-el- Ing a' small granl of 525 was "given to the committee, anil tbla, together with Individual subscription., and re- freshment furnished the cxpcnsc-j [or tho nay's entertainment, which was one that will he long re- 'THE AILMENT WJiei his Worship Ihe Mayor rushes print to defenrl himself, he be- Vlpaya'ari'lntinntty which Is, likewise, rtllUnsuIaht'd ailment. In that It has from (he great Panjandrum to'Stticnvl modern times. obgesafpn-or n feeling Ihal yor.eljf. never wrong. .on 'Peaeo Day lends color lo Infs upin- his reply, we with nne great pjly. it Ihal the exertions of A NEAT, TIDY FOOT With that graceful appearance, can only lie Iho result ot properly IllUd Fhoes. This docs away thai IOOKO, lagsy appearance aTouml Ine ankle and upper; nlao broad, flnt appearance o( the foot. .-Tliese rtsulls can 0114 be secured by having your foot tilted, in un Exclusive .Shoe Klore carrying slides In all, widths and so that'you can get what Is required for your parllcular loot. Wo have such a stock and know how lo fit tho shoes 10 alf fcut.lp get anrl f'omfC7t. I'qu will 'buy here cvenlually. WHY HOT HOW.7 FITTED SHOES ALL AOES J. NELSON aflERI.OCl; BLOCK 7lh STREET 7lh STREET STORE We Have Received Qrders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be i i Shipped to Dakpta, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. Phone or Wire: KNIGHT; WATSON J; i i i': ;.i! V ".i'V Phone 1846 Lethbridge ;