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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta r FTMJH- v ttbe Xethbriooe Ibeualb DAILY AND WEEKLY nd Publishers Proprleloi THE LETHBRIDSE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED' J23 Elh Street South. Lethbfldje W, A. Buchanan FTesldent and Mioieing Director. Itnn Tan-ince business Miuaje n-ralili of (he nation In the past ihirly The proiwsal RS cutltoe4 Is surh iho prcsciu situation In South- orn Albena calls Tor. It deiuftiids tlis consideration to whicV it Is emitted. It Is a iwllcy wbich will aid. greatly" and effectually In tne present arracgcQiouts made to a critical situation. THE LKTHHRIDliK OAlLf 28; -TELEPHONES .Buihiets Otllcc 'Editorial OHIce 1252 1224 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rales; Dallr. dalKcreJ, per Keei Djily, delivered, per year 7.50 b? mill, per rear .......5.00 'WeeVly. by mell. per year 1.5'J by mail, per JMT. >o VJ.S, S.00 MR BOWELL AND UNION GOVERNMENT. Mr. Roivell in assuming 3 respon- sibility he has sought to pStat the Liberals of liis constituency to au adhercnc? to a. new permanent parly, to bo fccon'n as (he Unionist partr. has brought on a good deal of crillciErn. The Kinssloi! SiandarJ, which is Conservative in Us leanings, i3 of Ihe opiuiou that by Ms line of actioii Mr. Rowclt stamps Liiuself ns belonging to tbo LTuiontsl and the Liberal party iuJDntarip.- :lri -the: oj Mr. Is pur authority i.oconuaua. the sub- THE .STOCK .SITUATION _! IN- SOUTHERN ALBERTA ...111 .Its" lire situation irouth hti" placed said fcondluonf efficiently dealt with .bound la fcaVe disastrous :on an Industry which is a highly IriiT "jiortant one not only in tbe south' 'country but 'In the province as a Thf situation ill the ptaiicirs .demands a very careful hand- J Steps haVe.beon lalien to'meet tbe sftuatJon created by the drouts' in." Southern been marie by HDU, Duucan Marshall, of Asricullnrte, by whicli shipment, free ol freight charges, of; two. carloads to feeding 'grounds -is made available to. slock owners whtre pasture burnt ''out. "Seven1 carloads of teed may, like- .shipped of freight IhoVe who have ttf-rtly on forward some of which .standiia .lift Unionist beVom- log 'a immanent policy '-in. Canada. The leuor of its comments sustains ihe view that a Unionist parly is iden> lifeld with tbe policy or Sir Robert Borden. This is expressed when it Mr. TCowell or any otber former or present Vnionist is prei ed to accept Premier. Borden's lear ship tl follows as a matter of course we lake-for granted, without for an instant presuming1 lo be or to pre- tend to be in Ihe confidence of tne at Mr., Rovvell and others of his kind will likewise ba prepared lo accept the fiscal, linincial and ccp nbmtc policies Which Sir Hober'.. As Premier, will seet to have It Is only -natural tc shppose .wiil-Dot- beHn bsirmony'wllh former Liberal there Is any doubt as to bow tbe Standard regards- P. Vnionist party that removed by tie follow Jesd" stock from outside'. i reviewing the" slluallon, the Ed- monton' Bullet'n ".-wisely argues that meet holds thai the free 9 i-1 ih-ipjiiiig pnyfleEfS will perhaps K factor. "glocifow: SrbjslieT (o his cattle to outside The remission of -tbe'..freishL "a large; item" struck oiiUpf tjre expense account andrmay present mffny southerp stockmen Soiag out of the'stock business who R'onljl do so. There is how-, ever, another .phasti of tbe situation' ichich :the Edmonton paper thus al- ludes lo: "But it will hardly relieve the pre-1 dicament of the' sontheru have been used up the fight to carry through tbe series ,M dry se_asori3. StocK cannot be 'loadefl .on cars, sent north, and allow- ed to look after itself. Pasture musi be located, patd for, and arrangements fiiaue Tviln some'one to look after the all of -which requires money." Neither can feed be imported Into tbe dry areas unless it can be bought who Tcould not freight, charges la in -fp come north, hunt'up and pay for: Feature and make. arranBe- m'ents for ihe care of his calrle: nor to buy feed. As the parties who'bave ..M.Ule and.need pasture and feed and Ihe parties who have pasture aud feed to rent are strangers to'each other, and.lire IP distant parts of Ihe coun- try, transactions must rieceasar- lly out rna'.oly on a caah stock-owner who baa hot! pay freight charges on caftjp'br Jeeo1'.has riot UIB cash wllh which .to pay-rental-for pasture, or to buy feed.' The above .Is" Very true and m.erjta the proposal poffprward byitbe Bulle- tin Lire conditions stated, Standard has advocated, wilh ojners. a reconstruction of the Cabins -so the and the ir rtconcilables shall be replaced, -harmony, and real union assured b'i ihe injection into ,-Cabinet o i Iron 5 men who shall be prepared uh rassrvedly 'to Sir R6berL Bor den and the, policies irhicM he wil we repea'U "that we and certainly hope.-.will as; Conserralive, ani tberVfbreVesiepliallv io.the iuteresl of-all thVcbuntry and not of any sac gronp., Without sach accep1 ance by the members of tbe Cabine ahgnld .and'-jn lh.e enJ should be wptse aff "tjau Row ellwand other tormcE'Liberals j re iris in ftinst I prepared io Accept amt-po icles lhal will much'inore approach Ine old idea' of (hftiga than the Liberal idea. Thero-ne.may the ihfs fs tueillitude. in which .a, permanent Union parly is- regarded, it Is lines ol the proverbial commercial policy of the Dutch of 'g loo so the Lib- eral UnionkU who hare not cast off tn'elr Liberalism' are; concerned. In reply lo vours we wish to say hat the tollowlug U the situation al resent regarding Ihe International. 'be Constitution ol the OC.B Dig Union ras seal to fill ihe lyea! unions coni- rUins Uislricrl IS. U'. M. cf A., on he mh day of Juno. mS- All locals askcxl lo take A vote 011 ihe same nd iuform the DisirSet of Iho result. 'p to Ihis date less ihan cme-fourtli of be l.Tcals have sent to Ihe lV.strl-.-t [fice as to wieihcr or not they hBVo ren giVL-n tht O. D. U. Constitution ny coiitiilcration whatever. Of those hai hnvD replteil somo bavo accepted hive and that LMVCS us still wording as a district ,Dder a charter of the United Mine Vorkcrs of Auirrica anJ ua such we hould be prepared lo enter an .srwement with Coal Op- Asscclatlcm, In reply to Sir. McN'eirs questloos vo may say that tbe sUtciueuts made by Dros. IJvett and Chrlslopbera at o'llawa and afterwards by he Policy Commiltfee at wore ubjcct lo a mutual being uaile for an extension of. the agree- nent. As this was not done we be- iove we are now in, a position lo uiake contract without for an ei-1 trvsston of what will be the position jf the International in makliig agree- jents Ihe line.' quile'agrea vilh Mr. ,McN'eil that Ihe -whole mat- er js in Ihe hands of Iho Director of Operations and believe- that U reuld bo In Ihe best Interests ot all parties concerned that some arrange- nent shouIJ be made a meetiog between, the operators and for the purpose of making a agreement- H Hopins the foregoing vwilt receive rour 'early: consideration, wo remain. Vours On behalf of the J'oltcy-.CoaiDiittee, (Signed) EDW. 13ROWNE, 7 Mention of O. B; Another important' cbmmunicallon 'rom the Coal Commissioner reads: Vancouver; F. H. Harrison, m-SUi .Calgary, Alti "With regards (o..request of the of- :icers of District IS lor tho negbtia- lion of a asreemcat will you ash them to .ascertain whether agreement -will he made and carried out by United Mice Workers ot -Amer- ica or with "One ntg Union." .It is absolutely essential that the .officers Jve definite this QUes-l I ('they have no I ihe they should ascertain jl frona' member- W. H. ARMSTRONG. Cdmmenling on says: now saw ".clearly i .what holding up tbe making of a-, new agreement. XVe ,Had. on sevefaV-cc- casilons been, verbally-informdd" that there would be no agreemrint made with tbe "One Big Union" but until QQW we bad nothing definite, in.a com- munication and'in.reply forc- Eoing' Tvlre tbe-iollpwlng was sent to lap Harrison: P. Assistant .to the-Director.' of Cpal Operations, Calvary. Dear Sir: are lu receipt of copy of rom the Director "of "Coal Operations o yourself and in reply we-beg to Thirty Dollars a, Ton Offering For Alfalfa in. -.-Stack COAJLDALB. July. Mrs., J. McD. arldsoa has -returned lo Coalflal ader an eiteu-lM1 Tislt to TUiiiofs., The father and wolber lien f. Pawtoa are CMldale visilors for a Mr. McFirlane is building a new f T hardware store Just across from Sugglll agency. Coaldale Is "onclns quile a building Mr. recenlly f from Indiana. ft cosl Mr. DaTWson over M.250-00. U should be ,wprthva trip to the Good Luck ranch LQ sec thU fine animal. Mr. Daridson' donated a pure bre4 Hereford call to tbe University of Al- berta recently: .This calf was valued at at Ihe .very least, ]s Coal- dale Und dear? Not when you con- sider the opportunities in pure bred caltle. .We do hope ttat efsry skeptic about Irrigation vill attend the cele- aration at'" Coaldalc 011 July 30lh. Come and sfte'and be convinced., Ifalfa, bay is being snapped up'at f30.00 the" stack and lucky to get-it al And yet Voiir cdrresponiVent, In tho course of a trip to Jlaclcod last week, heard-lols-of things-about Coaldale, C-E4 farmers "wtre near- ly ill broke, thai you can't trow wheat successfully vrith Inlgatlon. lhat the Coaldalelland Vas sodden aad and would "no longer grow aoyttlng. What (B the use of denial when people make woodenhtadt ed. atalemeula like that. Our auswo} Is an Ihla: Couio and ia Coaldtite see R C. Norton's wheat crop. 11 -Is a ilel'glit to Ihe >'e- newcoiucr lo Iho soldiers' colony Is 'who served In tie Imperial arniy. He years to. Ibo ill In o republic and has kuowledjgo or caltlc racing.- lie Is go- ing In .for purebred Aryshlres, aud bought sorcral prlre wlnnere at the Calgary fair.: Mre. WttrroA Is also a members ot tho Lt I lib rid 50 GAV.V.A-. as she saw Krauce In one or Corps. The congratulations and good wish- es, of too conuiiuulty GO to Mr. aud Mrs. Goo.. Ramsey. ..Mrs. Itamsey used lo be-known aa Miss Hunt, alias We wiah them all the gooU of llfo at- their homo ID Call- many (rlends of Mr. Hetgbes irill glad to know that ho Is now the- high' read lo: recovery.- l'the.kind friends who have been Uioughlful during his ness'tis slucereal srali- lude.. i Mr. FerBuson, the banker. Is away fqr a short holiday. wlab people get out ot Ihu ab'.t of contusing Coaldala with Coal- hurst. Coaldalo is "something dlWer- For (he Information- ot read- ers, may say that this is not a coal minloe Coaldale puoplo mine the soil, by the aid ot tvater. and Lho- results. We are fanning present an oasis la n lo 1s olf. aa Hssuraucu of tbe paSnient of iho'erumeUt. A. C. SlcK'onzle. for uiaujr yean an oulBtaniUug figure In the construction world of western Canada, dlctl adadc-U- al the sctno of bis LalcBl cntor-prlbc. Iho big powor pHut on lUo river. t _' Tho rresidcDtlal (Itorgo Wflehlugtoti, hu? "becu fitted up with. a nuiierj" .lu caro ot Iho "war babies" returning on Hut vessel nes.1 trip, -will' bring luck 200 war brides. A1) lutllana mluleter, dressed in overalls, w-as bochlng whpat when ask- od to marry couple. ivho 'a'rf'lo direct dislriiit irLen men resume .Vork' are 'nrijperlj- rToucned Tor by the International and that Ierni3 will be fulfilled, will tafce. mRtter under consideration.- W. H; JK-MSTHONG. i Mr.- Browne's Observation "This Itself was, definite enougfi, It shows that before the men could return to wurk (he officers of Ihe district must be vouched lor by ihe International. K to lia tbp case it brings Jnio. the. posilloh we occupied Iwo j-eafs ago -wTien -we Tcere asked lo place the ivhole Business in :he hands -of llie InlenialionaL If this was" done they may send inlo Lhls district anyone they may choose and the'1 person selected -wonld full conlrbl W Ihe; dis- trict. After rerterttng ihe "cbndlllon ot Ihe dislricl' generally the Policy Committee -.sent Iho' wire to tie_ Director. ot> Coal, e AICKED UP.IN 5SING FOR THE BUSY the Policy Coramitlee Tras ap- pointed at tbe regular c'onyenUon. ot his District for Ine mak- ng a" new agreement. ..We are prepared to enter into aa With the difficulties a perma- nenl'.Unippisl.pjirly Is placed, lakiog Uie yiew'.eipfeised by ihe aa held in Consfcryallve It ia hot surprising -that it stales that it clings to ihe belief thai the cqunlrj' be party Government, .with'llie Llberab who now sec Sir Robert .Ilorden In his as a great leader more than jwejcpme to the but with realj'pi-ogfesalve, sane Cocserra lism his -.elolhes, aud wLlh" amis as Uncases, he pfrrfo harvest Conlrattors Lcro bad belter rueh obstruction as lumber will go uuch hfghcr and It wili-nol IHJ cheaper or two or three declared J. A ''rlgon, -general .manager of Price' Jros, Co, Ltd., of tho province of Quebec, in convorsatibn with Ihe Cal- gary r of NS'ales will reach iho J. S. uex.1 month as (ha guest of Iho J-. S. KIuu- Gcorgtf. on of (be .-Prince das accepted an H7ltallon sent Ihe Prince by Preel dent Wilson, to visit the president iu Washington. Mr. G. D. Aloiaudcr, n. A., recently of Rcclim, a graduate nf MouuL Alli- son University of New BruhswicX, has accepted the 'position ns Vice principal of Ihti Phichtr Greece Public School, nnd will liavy charge of niithcrantlcs and 'science- throughout, school course.: V tbn lilgh bavid-Heggle died is-now proposed that-Peterboro should purchase Its street railway. Mitchell, prominent lumber man at'Powassan, Is dead. Tha C. N. R- announces Uiat It lay steal Into Red Deer this year. Jameg mail carreir on tbe Drnnlford-Burcli roule for 27 years, U dead. Dr. A.K. PrlnglH, London, was fined for Issuing-663 prescrintlons In a inonth. -Dr. B.-B. BriailliTalter has1 resigned liis position'as president ot-Weslem, July 15tb, 1919 H.-.ArTnslrong.'.T i Coal On Peace Belleville bad a com- Vancouver, munlty-dance-on one p.oE- -V ,B. t. i BtreelB. Policy to TUelllfelesa body, of'tieorge Little, blacksmith; of -the Steel Company of Canada -works at previous to employee jof -Ihe- Canada riagC company, Brookville, was found under a- tree. near Spriugbrook. on Iho. farm- of '-Slnnley 'AlcNlncb, about 'two miles >'csl of the -town, lie had gone hcrryplcMngl The water commissioners In Cliat ham have decided- to -ask Ihe council to pass a bylaw authorizing'a special lax upon all vacant. properly .wKluii 300 feet of the water mains la city. That UONHH] leal man in lue -p the Play Any Music Without Practice SO raany'iicoule slop pUyfcis aiU-r tney'nj that many a home Uas .u "dciid.r pfauo ia It.. We'll gladly exchange (or a MASON RISCH PLAYER- PIANO Generous jallowane'eMoi1 V old plduo nnd easy Icriiis the Ask for Blylo Booklet. Dklmoral Block MTho Home >f Ih'e nioro than 100 hundred .prescriptions for liquor In any one. month is the expressed wish o[ jlie CollCRe of I'lij'slciana and Sutgeons contained In a' resolution for- racd to 'Hon. J. pro- vincial -eecrclary nnil.'.illnlsUr'6f .ed- ucation. Aid. John "Slovensoii elected mayor ol Stratford lu place of. Ll, Col. J. L. Youngt. M.-.C., Ll.-CoJ.' "Vouhgs hag bcci( t over siijco fleeted.. hf? sji_, leave of absence .allowed liy' law hfiy- Ing expired, hla thrcfci1 rhbnihs acccpLcdT 'f V' Dr. A., Ph. D_, ot .bten 'securfid 1P lake llic 'chair 'of pliy'filcatn WeateVii "succeeding Dr. Erne'st Darker, wh6 "has iealgtied to lake up dutle's-In reseai'ch >'orlt with the United Sinter Goverriinen't. at the luce of British Columbia Univcr'slly of Mlchlganr adrisc men fo return t9. worX-.under Order N'o.. 134 jpaTve. .Queatlpi'of Eersemeot- i.n "ab6y.a.n.ce Irptil icy' 'of Irilerrialiohal is -ouUiDed, Would tnlile agreeable (6 you? Rc- ention for winter's iiippJy 01- coal restsiehtirely on yotifspifj Direct'oV "of Xoal Oper- ations. Policy Committee 'avails' your agreement wiln the Coal Op- erators1' Association .and' -should.. -to the best of our ability "be prepared lo arry out the agreenaent made Its life. ll must -be distinctly piiderslood boweTer, that any made by iis- have to be -submitted tp a referendum vote of-lhR .mcmberBhip If the agreement ED reached U ralifielr. Harrison: x. 15i'J Dear Sir: _ With further reference your com- munication of the beg lo ole herewith a. telegram received rom tbe' Director ot, Operations earing upon the siibjejct; which reartg s ToiJows; "When miners Lave re- urned to Vork under nd properly" auLhofiied! officers' "of lie United. Worke'ra of America, ouched for by the Iniemalfonal, and re In a pnattfon (6 iritEoUate-a new It will ba ppselble-to-n'e ale something Yours faithfully, v. E. HARRISON; one question is, are you ready lo give a guarantee that you with the International as'U G-..--F-. JIOTEpool, 'of cornes" manager of Ihe Canadian Bank; of Commerce at Tramping Lake, Sask. Medicine1.Hal Board.of .Heallh .fiaa decided agalrret'lioga with In the city limits. Duein Is ivanled it Chat ham on a charge of. assautlng the daughter of a Howard tofwnshlp farm- er. ,._ Chathtm board of education raised Ihe.salaries of teacbfrj .and. voted a bonus of a monlh for four months. Barnia ratepayers voted In favor of the Issue of debeniurca-for for a-new collegiate and- technical school. ,The body-of Lloyd Firnigan, who was druwned -from.-a caboe off the North was fecovcred al Carroll's Polnl, near Hamilton. The Dominion -Teillle Co. will double Its a new" nine million dollar mill at St. Lambert, Que. The letter carricTe' slrike al Toron-, STYLISH Ladles, .you make considerable saving in your fall .tool' Vear'by getting your rcQUlrcmcnta NOW! All shoes thls.fafl'w'Hl for Ihe past season hut by securing" a ol Uils; stylish last before Ibey ,ar6 aU a! good purcbasc.. j' g TO BE FITTED aorl SHOES FOR- ALL: AGES-' NELSON SOUTH SHERUbcK -CAUGMT LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS .IN -THE-WOhLDV ZOl "empioVer cputinup lo'pny your Ealary lo'Jybur.-lamlly aTler -J i iiavA your lyifs'fl name placed on- the1' pay roll the ao lhal in tho event >oujr -dcaili -'llle Homo This ca.n-jJc'aTrTBTiged'Vy depositing with us annually a-'smaira of money1 of salary (_ 'Sec viz.: T. O. F. A. 'bin'tonv'F. Flaberj J. 'C._neipraiiaH; Win. Hurndall, Joe and, be In having youV filed up In Ihla t j F _ of Coal Operations. Secly. Uist. IS, lj-, M. W. of A. -Mr. IJrowne furlhor "The Policy Committee wag sum- moned lo Calgary and. met .on the morning of the 14th and after.aome discussion -they- decided lo send a oom- mSlice lo ,lnlcrvlow Mr. Harrison on the matter of opening up (id mines, Al the Interview. It was stated lo Sir, Harrison by the cnmmlllce Ibat they were recommend to the men thai .ihey. jelum lo work' provided iliat (here wag (q df.i.cHnilnallon agalnsL" otiy. man who had taken In the strike. It wfla.hp.w- ever understocxt lhat any. worjc jiimlcr 121 would be aiib- rrfcrenuufn vole rif the men. Mr.llarrtoOn agreeil to wire Mr. Arm- strong on llila and .on the morn In 5 of Pie Ifillj ffiilowing w.ia received from Mr, Harrison; V. K, FJarrisonr 12l-8lh Avc., Cnlgary. He your tclcpram; When officers Received of Cattle to be Dakota, and 'are Pre- ull Market Price. ;