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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -If. HEIIAU> TUttlUY. 20. I'JIli HlOei'ta v DAILY AND'WEEKLY r" Proprietors and Publlstiirl THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTINO COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6lh Street South, Lelhbfldge W. A. Buchanan and Man-ising Director Tomance Fusluess Manager will easily averago belter than twenty busheti to me !i Is-by r.i Mrs JJuwell Ii muck lisprovea In heillh -1... 11. Persy lell latl vretli for Danville. Perct will travel via lake and rail, Uklnf lu Toroato, >nd Montreal, and cipccls lo be gone two aibnlbr J. Emard hat been blred to clean repine the flowlnj weH on the H ICKEp UPJN TOR THK BUSY UlN reil are doing eiknstve danilge near Kor I WUIUtti. s Koman Catholics will bulM a Kotarr Hall in Kojina. Reglnn eipectet an armory to be built In lhal city thorlly- John S. Barber, well known Toronto laymau. dead. council IIB.I coine to following a lig. at whkh rlbe 'wh-Slc queallon bf c'iylc financeA was fully gone Inlo. I'rcinler 'cays that he hopes attempt- 'to cbranilt Great Hillfilii furlhor In Kuf.'li will bo Bjccfestgllt.resisted. Ho ssys.ltie future government of Husstii is a nai- ler for the 'llusUan people and uo'bne else. I Three lillta daughters of W. B. Fos- ter, a farmer ot Uockford. Ilirer mllea from Sound, were drowned Su Ihe SrQenbain river. They were aged eleven and twelve- When the bodies were found the youugett girl wae clMped In Ilie arna of the eldest. J. M- president, cf tb.e. Al- school Hiss 3f. Lpveland is vifltlns friends In Red Deer, Messrs. 'and Jubb bavo teiien iliS coiltract'of building a ccboolbouse al Kortmosl ml vDl be fone at lean three weeks. -Mr. and Sirs. E. Barlh and family have relumed trom' Mofrln. vhtre liley bten Yislllng friends. Mr. and Sirs: Pygg took- their little son Donald lo the hospital at Medi- cine Hal. Donald has been suiter- Ing from, sunstroke, which iras fol- lowed'- by plural-pneumonia. Laleit reports were that he was noldtac his ra. I Tie ball game at Bunleit between Ihe local toys and Coaldile prored fatal for the hpmo teim, tue final SKifo'belng 9 lo 5 for CoaMale. Mr." I'. J. of llenard. Bask..' Is'risltlng his daughter. -Mrs. G. II. Johnston of people frogi this dis- trict are attending the Chatauiiua Bow Island. Mr. Y'' Nelson, -who hss been over- seas since 1915, returned last week. -Mr. and' Mrs-: T. "Hopkins "are Tisil- berta St.CM.-iy3We curupiny. has an plant h built' IhM Iho company has slarled In Dtipke Orouth Hlfili Rlvf r fair wae tjulte I Over churcbej In tYance. It Is ow ILQUWD. were pa waged by the In- ftdtdff Huns. Tha EJmonLon'EihlbHIon will have surplus this year after all ex- bare beeu paid. v __ George TchitcherJu, (he Russian olshevDt foreign minister, declares i6 Soviets are gaining i Sir Gouiii citlor lift lomlnlcm House as leader 'oC tbe Quebec l.niorals. Brllfslj uatliorltfes propose mi ozlcp- re Eeltleicent of soldiers aud de- In Caaado. In? M W. T. Fletcfter rolnrned home Ihe farmers drougblstrl 11 r. S. trltikeit 'S. ,o is well (orm what las Wlher- in-North Datola- ,'a Slate r batik blllid "mid versed Ifi farming PITO a "eiilhuBiasuc uilk .and'HU 'the nail on He tbat an irriffalcd fari 'as a 1'lclorr Bond anjr day. __ Hn_hail bolh Irrigated .'and and non-Irrigated _ land, and not one irrigated land deal pro the ft been an niirkct- lO'Cacada- ijitb -llie State's Vill lae.-ln- lereEtB. the' DOrlhwebt farmers there. .The delusion held' by lome.ln fh'een dlsaohed by tb_Is. prerj the. line, nnd'the, Seen lo Tqung. .therVii nEeB of other'pfoof (liat '''the-cfy of 1911 vas'n lalse one, it has by the prnrlamn allowed In .thej recent Bndgel b j the Terr man li.l5U_-wai against Reciprocity. allows Imoorts jllo CiiuKja -ot "ifhtai, vrbest. aid jfctatoet fiom comiUies vhlch all cffnre true. Till the day when we'll be prospering "With our Coaldale' sisler, 'loo'.- -Bo- PROFESSORS LET OUT The body of Thomas Legal, who vas missing Eevcro] was' found u Clear Creek, near Srpckvllle. St. Catbnrices G. W. V. A. passed a proteEling against a as on clgafcttes. Horace Swain, a relurncd veteran belonging to Edmonton, was drowned at Aloerla-BeJch. The mammoth plani of ion Sufar Company al Chatham', start ed reflnlug raw caae sugar. The raw sugar U Imported from Sau Domingo and Uemerara. Rev. T. T. of Jarrls irovlncial law ha! 'erae Court o (r provlr !n Buprt SASKATOON-, July Protesso] MacLaurln, professor ;of cltem fra A. MackaSf'tFofessor Jtt potitL'cal science; Johir L.. Hogg; pro- iessof of physical and EljE- dSecioT of Vagricuttufal .eitension; have been asked Jjy the board _pf gov'-; ernora of the University of Siakatch-: retire of Ihs university. The professors slate" thai limy are astounded at tile, action ot the board; and hare requested a hear- ing which the reasons for. the board's action conld be explained. Baptist church, Toronto, maw becomo pastor of -Mejropolilaji Tabernaclr! Surgeon's old pulpit in London 'Erig 1 -T Flight-Lieut. W.'H. Cross, who wa, Villed in the airplane accident a Portage La Prairie, was .a son of H. a well' kjiorfa business'man. 1A divorce under been aaSej) for 1 Sophia Tolls alle "cdulterTxaga'nst her husband, Jas. L Potts, now of Calgary. aiifiouncei llrat Ih contract had-been let for newrphyslc and tn'gineerrhg. buildings at.'.Lhe Un versity Sashaloon, he ElruclureB to coal-f Jio member of a family thai at any .ime has riiledvln Germany is eligible !oV office of Pre'sideiil pi Germany. The National Xasembly haa'thlis ruled oy adopting a malign of one of Its niproremchta In tho Calgary. yar4e, nd on ilia erecliop'of a modern office ulldlng, and will spend" Ihts year be- veen (iSO.COO and the original of Iho to he given for tho Hotel Com- lodoro Inlornatlonal airplane race -onl'Toronto to Now York during Ihe ajjadlan" National Exhibition at To- on lo during Augutt Instead of MOO having-been offered. The 00 will be Split Into a number of rizes, Ttie first he second and the third Heart balm In-the sum of IIO.UOO vas awarded JairifE M..Istcol, a dle- harged Canadian Ed'uler. at'Seattle, y Superior Judge John. S. Jurey for ho loss of Iho affeclloni' of Mra. 'the', 'rtterau narrled ii; Tacpiua IVbruary 13, 1917. 'lie judgment la againsl Arthur Carl on, of Tnccma, whom Nicol Icstttied Mrs. while the wit. ness >yas qveiaeas.- A letter lias bten'seiil out over ih'e name of J. R. Code, President ot Ward 1, Conservative Hiding f elation, Toronlo, to tho Tf aVd 1, 2 'and 2 Conservative Associations which states th'at ibe' eieciilive com millee has iennered the nomination for Xortlreast Tofonlo, together with .ho supporl of.Lhc association to Lieut. Col. Kelly-Evans. The letter stales 'Is believed. .Mr.' Mark that III! of the two prestnl m'enihcrs for lhal riding, will not-seek Ttev. Dr. Salem O.. llland. who came [rom Winnipeg last 'winter fojthe pas torale of; Broadway Melliodlsl taber r.Rcle- at Toronto, has' displeased, a ___. number o f church bffiolnls his gain." Poor Are Never Cheap T iflBV Iota their action cast' crncKsrso It coals far to own a poor piano than a vgood one. Belter bdV a MASON R1SCH Sold on easy leros dlrcrt_ "from factory' 'to liome." As'rf for free Btrje iTooKlet. Bilmertl I leek "Tht Homo ol pronounced srmpatfiy. n-llh laltor, and hej- Iiave atte'rupterf td got rid of LI in. ills rttlgnallon ha's'bcen 'aelieUj leul.-Colonel Jobn C. distinction for his research -york. tUe war, has accented tho pftci of Edinburgh UnlVRTsily io .Uke the Chr.atlson Chair oi.'nierapeuircs.. Kor aomc time pact Lcen on Hi e etflffof McOill arid also carried 011 B iirgii cOuaaiiliitvractfce hi 51 ircal. Ho Is a Hamilton, vHon. _ the propoail to'fli the the price of wheat In Canada Is an attenipte to cheat.-the'farmers. 'Sum- cnarlzlng' his qdld: "3o loug KB the fnnners In the weel stood lo the governuicnl's'atllliido was lo let aa'soou' as. Ihe prospect of eml'J plesent.B itielt- the gorerDrtcnl Immadlately becomes ac-N live tolake'care IhaU they ahould liut> BRYAN BADLY r.The 'the. Prince ol Wales lo .UnlUd'aiates should 6e'e. coun- r Vale'ra. )fo mAn can serve 'two s '.Is ..normal wealher. conditions. It. 13 an' of-a good tins coming, driven and ".stabllirts -IheTTTiih; tfca't 'glveri 'water- posal- y.iltlci are here (or lucrtttre a oil luic- Is.-iasatul farming.'' atlll keep arolling JhSu'gh IphgT faces ari in much to ouoy 03 up In regard (7 ine future. Opliml'm, we arc (old, IB (be trait ot the character of the p.f _3puthern ;iould not be oplirrdsllc.-vheh'there the decision ol In fUStti to 18 of Is 11 a caifii of evojiiilon or devolu- tion aftftrjhe That should be the concern ol. every citizen. ibo so lar this -season do not appeer lo be as CALGARY, July LK-tiol. Bryan, superintendent of the provincial police, received a Dad shaking when Ihe car he was Branhley, collided .'at Ih'e in terscctlon-of 'Second west aiW Scvenlli ayenue with a car driven by PiCkctt, df.930 Eighitf avenue oasti The colonel, who has.bern.lo tbc south .Country oti trispectltin Chief CutjdVi Lhroirn Jfrom the car nunieroue1 com pens a as .before. has .la There ha a bumper 'attend- ance 6t farmers mi olbtrs Inlereslei) In Irrigation at the Western Canada frngallon'Congress. are alghu such fdtloti 'field IE at Ite acre Elevator companies In fJorlh Dakota (he drouth that r prejent n.ortlon? .Vor la It In tSe ilirprldbg, In the drcumslaMofT Hear of" purchase jal land tji in nnch BB has. been' made 'Lake. Nodifng daunfed lyeahey has pur- M ,fSO at (he flgurer' purehaac, AA-TO BE FITTED.'SHOES FOR ALL AGES, -f. K: Co., 620 THIRD'AVENUE'SOUTH SHERLOOK BUILDING i tor day and robber at l and received a bad skating up. ENGINEER DIED FROMN INJURIES MEDICINE HAT, July di.T-tangiiiear Laltindc of this fatal injuries when hife. cljglnt tolled over'-present asa'iismtnt IB absolutely nec- about one mile west of 8SSX. eBs6p-nl3 tire decision Trblch" ayiic B. TVheeler', general 'counsel for. the U- S. Anil-Saloon League, ad- Vocalcs the i tig ft flask q[ liquofi rlKht'of search an-ijWliufe In uomes vllhout a warrant.' Lieut. S. L. of Hamilton, bn offer of a year, made to; him by Iho Federal Labor IJepartment. The position 'offered was_ trial Ot 1'alr "Wage Officer tor Nova pcclla. 'That.the financial, posilioh. of Iho city of Swill Current al (be present time 19 ttuch that a ro-surrcy of the MET ROPOLITAN vl THE LARGEST' LIFE INJSURANCE BUSINESS IN TH Ml SHERLOCK BLOCK MR. MAN: Will yanr employer continue lo pay your aslarj- to your lablly your deceaee7. II noli not havfl your wife's name1 placed on Iho pay .roil oi tho METROPOLITAN LIFE so that In' (be event ot your death (lie Home can bo kept going as usual? t-. _ '.I Thin can he arranged by depositing -with us annually, u laiallinuu ot money accordinE to 'the amount of salary Seo any of our Live Wires, Til.: T. G. Qurr, F. A. Dtnton, Al J3. C. Wm. Jao and. be'iip-io-daU -In hating your family proteviion tliefl up-ln-lhls manner. Received Orders GUltel of Cattle tq to Dakota, and ar< 7ull MarkeV RANCHING ;