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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T3R LETHBWDGR DAUf THURSDAY, Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street South, Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan" President and Managing Director Min Tcrrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Vuilncis Office Editorial Office Audit Bureau. of. Circulation V' Rates: Dally, dtiivered, per Mily, delivered, ptr year 7.50 Daily, by mail per.yeir 5.00 Weekly. br yf" 1-5' Weekly, br mail, per year to U.S. 3.03 IU will. furlhpr, be saved (rom llio speculator, who is often ihe profiteer, in luat ihls source ol enterprise is 110 longer available to thoso who gel the cream ot iha transaction IQ ihe deirtmeui or producer aud The provision o[ a cash payment, on account to ibc farmers, at. the ihiM? svlls wheai, aud a further payment, after dWiuMlons of expenses, 10 be distributed In propontou to grade and quality one vMch. should with approval. An important arrangement Is that !o( utiliiittg, far as available aud nccf ssary. the ciUlir.g facilities (or ihe imn.-h.ase, transport, and handling of wheat. Much of the troubles ahead .with to ihe aui marketing ol [his year's crop will in the policy (ramEd be aitempted to be overcorao. TbaL there difficulties ahead. In the facilities for the disposal of I' Dates of eipffy of subscriptions ap- t; pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date Ic our aulhorlty tcMplion. to continue the sub- GOOD IRRIGATION BOOSTERS. Men who go out of their way and jive up their lime lo serve community jurposes are wontiy of mention. Do m mend a MOD' rs ibe only recompense lor voluntary labor. It is not that luch men srek notability as a rc-'-rd. would not be the men they are }f they did. N'or would their services given with that sponiaaeous.spirit tb'-tiheir ;us6fulrie.5X- if 'they refer to-men of the stamp of S. S. Dunham and H. Fair- jield in their efforts and interest in fhe big Irrigation projects. No matter where meetings are held by farmers In Ihc district within reachable dis- lance [rom the city Tor the purpose f[ Belling irrigation on their lands, pr lor.learning something ahoul irri- gation, nien are invariably iVestiit'" Lp dp what they 'can in' the jbatler-qt giving information and help- is >eGCOurage 'what- they regard lire direct community benefits. Such Trfiolesomo. Coming'from reside in the city ther serve Was Vnconscious for a Time New liuilding Tor U. K A. A Uig Picnic (From Our Own Joly Canlston District LT.F-fV. fiav6_ their new build- ins about readv for occupancy and are going to the event by a gathering on Friday eve- Thls is A frame building. 35 i 42 feet, which will be used Jor a waro- whh salesroom and office, and Is located just east of the spur Iracfc near the CarJston Creamery.. The b'jilding lias beep, erected .by ihis vear's crop with benefit lo Frank Leaviit. assisted br ol. th Producers, could not but be perceived farnier member3 Or The working of the new policy and. Us results win be one which will be watched with considerable interest by the grain growers at large. The policy to be adopted by the Government in regard to [lour is Ilio natural corollary to the policy of the Jiock of hav. flour feed and coal, with such other products as ilie fanuers may require in quantity, will he handled here under the' man- agement of Mr. John F. Froiu last year's experience th goTernmental sale end purchase wheat. Welcome rain! It never rains but it pours. The seutinienl that is grow.05 in irrigation sentiment. ire direct c Wample is Jrjcn ivho re. bind vcitj and district in eiempll- Taoer has need to be proud of tho success of its fair, and of the enter- prise 01 its agricultural society. Every citizen should value Ills municipal franchise and sec thai his or her .name is'.on "thej-oters1 list. The thai drove down to Purple Springs enjoyed the novelty o( the season, driving through a flooded thoroiig'jfare. Senator Borati's opposition lo'. the League of Nations is only a natural instinct "'It is a show or the'Irish'.in him "agin the government.1' Great Ihe .United SUles and .mutual sep- T S mates for community spirit t rJic experience of bolt kinds of Brining1, dry and wet, Mr Dnnham ti well eqarppErt to oi the bene- ifts (hat have resulted from a prac- of irrigation and by to doing1: help in 'keeping. Interest lo _r high-pitch so that farmers, Appetites .whetted for waler on their (and, may not lag in effort to bring (he sam6.> Fail-field, with, a big store of from experience al the Experimental Farm, has much tt Impart'that1 is useful lo 2gricoltur- (sts and he neglects no opportunily Fn Eo'wing'the seed of the grain he h'as figuratively produced. Both men ire welcomed ID farmers i'bco, they are there with the evangel Irrigation: They are there to give ijiy necessary help, this, way, ..ere instruments in true, comroiinity farmers know of the worth of Ibis .or- ganization and arc'going1 a bout'Jt In an atle way lo popularize inoye- meot. A good social" gathering "with I refreshments will doubtless bring out a nig crowd as all UFA.' inimbera surrounding Cardslon1 are Invited to be present and bring their good ladies. IVHclous ice cream '.will also be ln> I dulged in during the evening.of An gust 1. Everybody come. Take a Vote At Hill Spring die vote is being taken tins week concernins lha irri- gation project fnr tbo Cochrano lands. Tuus the decision is left to the people and :t Ig a foregone conclusion that it will carry owing 'to the iact thai never before in the past 132 years has theicountry been so dry, The United j Irrigation Co. will be-lha name- of (he new organization.'and the vote is lo be taken" on August 1st "With an- irrigation system covering (he benutifol land between the ;Waler- ton and the Belly rivers, no finer farming countrj- will be found in Al- berts than that known old-timers as the "Cochrane ranch." Navy Ltague A big drive is week' in be- lalf -of the" Xavy ivhich cludes the mercantile m'arinu'j end of Alberta made'a most enviable re cord' by" war ol auc membership during the'war times-and as a result at the Dominion convention Mr. F. Second vice-preEtdtnt of the.rfalio'rial prgani nation. ;-_ He has received instructions to the amount required for Cards ton has apportioned it to the outlying districts ith a'view to gelling it the end of Uie month. the -.._-." TBJ3 may be" a bond issde. The mosl. .UtitaUzjrig-fthlrg'- is tiis and Ihen disappoints. We the vagaries Clerk of the Weather, mean. If the Tala hare been getting is an ereryday occurrence, the ely' due- -'We "should all-do biis worthy saijof" boy; turning and .appreciate their grea efforts, .but ..the j sailor re sttl on duty and' to thelr'efrprts-'dnrins Ibi warJlhe'suctzES largi in'lbi.: haYel'yot lo aid in the oC reconstmclion in "lie countries' of Europe. _ A Sad 'i "7 Mr. Thos. of the Cards Ion Creamery staff, -had ace denl'this forenoon, He-woa "worklri about the" engine the hammer he 4ivas-" carry Ing''caugh in the belt anfl In some majiner him upon the all racial allentfoii and he was lem of 'the Southern Alberta" farihers I.found'uncoagclouB. would be that of drainage not irrigation ditches. AND SALE OF CANADIAN ?jA Tery Important step, and a 3len !p_.Uie right dlrccilon, has been taken "by Ihe Government -in arranging for -handling, this year's crop. United Slates and the following activ- tonnd to. follow such'a policy. In every facility being "made BPft fil-to tearket the American wheat the arrangement made by.Ihe Domln Jon one that Is-.abuna- Hay from is-: going lo end -'Captalti- Hay SoatSe'rn A I- .ttc story of Mr.: Wilk- Creek, -he- han bean piit to needless in'tllgnitica. 'A law whjch'.'allows o! procedure, such named, should, ID the or an innocent "man, noed rsmedying- At any rate an inTestigallon Into such police methods Is. in order. The future? ;thal lies ahead' ot the Taoer and Barirffell 'district Is .Illus- called and dressed ,th'e'injary.-..He..1 reported as ning blow and Js iq dutj' again In a few Mr. Gracl Darbyshire; whose '3 tempted. alrea( been reported in your columns, !s sa to 1m progressing favorably; arid vr donbtless be around tflc-ne few weeks.' Big Picnic Party School has-Itisraiinual.Tftutine" tomorr'p iaiMljfi; '-caslonia its'bl _. .if-the farms'-BLllatetit arc cc the TOiindg: .by v'thb1.- offi- Jistrici 'you'are no matter" yofir VdUgloW afjiliaUons may Hegidence .you. The (Frgra Our HOW ISLAND, July the l'ua 'oh Thursday afternoon ud evening the GulloUa Trio ive a mualcil prelude. IQ the teraoon the audience was ad- rcssM by Mr. M. T. Yflnia- olo. a 'Japanese gentleman with 4 plend'd Gngllth education. In the Mr. Moroni OUen gavo- a ramatlc wading, "Kindling, or Turn the Rigbl." Mr. Olsen snowed he maEler of fcla art for all thro'Jfih ach of thtf three acts, his audience llowed closely, teeing all the char- clers with Ihe surroundings in their laglnalloa. This is a term or enter .Inmenl that we ehould have more LMr. E rick son, manager of Ihe Bill- Chaulauqua work, fta ftlw resent that night a chart terestlng leJk on the work. Friday afternoon and evening the anadfan Overseas Orchestra appear. on the- platform and eachv time ere !heartllT greeted. They gare Jendid musical program both times nd at tho close of the last session ayed for a dance1 In the 1. O. O. F. nil. In the afternoon. Miss Sumayeh iviyeh gave Bn'inlETesling account her life, the early part spent Syria.- the Jen years In Ameri- a, In'.the evening" she gave her ad- reas ch "Syrian Life and hlcfc made "known many new facls us. Mr. .Wilfrid Henderson, whom Is pleased to -hear sing, LVB one selection' and responded ith-another when encored. The Hendry Duo gave the first part I both the Sa turd fly afternoon and rening program.. 51r. Hendrj', .bo- des giving us jome spltTidld music Diimhers. also delighted1, the aud ace inin his fmpersanalions. Mrs endry was present'and assisted ai ie piano for musical numbers. Jn the afternoon Dr.YVg hinese joura'aiist, scholar and states an, spoke fo'r a time on the ate of affairs between Japan arii htna, 'chiefly ID Korea. In the, Tening his address was on. Chlna'i ght for and his audience ollowed hfm carefully as the speakei s a hamorist and from time lo Llmi jve us.a chance-to laugh. Sunday night service was held ii Ihe tent. Mr. G. -Carreth Wells, .tin peaker of the evening, and Her. -Mr lanielson and Rev. V. M. Gilbert as istiog wilh the service with 'Mr. S at the piano. Mr., Well ave us an .Interesting talk on th nhabitanls of the Malay, peninsula V collection of ?34.SO. was. raised ,an iven to the .Chautaiiqua cbmmitte deficit in th o .help. roaSc .upv Ihe. i mounl' guaranleeu. Monday, the .last tad a tea treat both Serbian Taihburica wer with us." Mr. gave his le nre in on "Six Yeai n the jungles or'the'Malay penfn ala." Ills word picLores were -3 plain that we pur iniagin Ion se'3 the jungle'and its'inhabitant which speaVs well lor Mr. Wells' abll. y as :t eiicuker. Wells slao resent and showed the dresa worn y tho Malay women aud how worn. At the close of the session Mtes announced that we would have e Ctiautauqua noil jcar. as over ue hundred names had been put on .11 paKl tor it. Womtn'i Institute -Mrs. provincial secretary or the Women's Inellluto, addressed kneeling Ijj (ha rest room yeslcrdjy ajternoon. the 29ln. Mrs. nogera is 'good, speaker, having a good sense f huraov which uiakes tier address more Interesting. After' the address freshrnents were served and'a social our spent, Tbe United Sunday school were to ave held .their annual' plailc today MRfJ. Jiltcheits beautiful grove, owIngMo too rain it has been post- oned.. Mrs.v T. C.- Thompson was taken Sunday evening and medi- al-aid' called. Wo are pleased to say t tftne ot -writing that she is Improv- i -iwH A. F. Werls received a wire on Monday stating that his brother had lod on Sunday at Antonio, Ohio, U.S. Mrs. 'Lalt and llttla of Grassy tke, have xhcen guest's nl the home t Mrs. Geo. Kldgedalo during tho it weet Dr. and Mrs! Bayncs hava as their ouse guests Mrs. Dayucs' parents, Her. LMr. and Mrs. Fleming, of fleglna. Mrl and Mrs. Ralph Mar- oile motored to Medicine Hal yeslcr- ay. Dr. Smytho made a professional visit to Bern' Island on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chlildlek, of llarre, [ontana, were at the Chautauqua. on londay. in company with Mr. and Irs'. Gco. A. Poolc. of Miss Lorraine Vcale returned from fow days' stay at Manyberrics and s visiting her friends here (or a euorl ime. Mrs. flogers was cnie-rtalned at the home ot Mrs. C. Ludthe when lu own, '_ J. B. Lyons, barrister of Taher and who recently returned from over- seas, was In town recently. .'Mr, Prbusc, Taber, was a Eow.Is- and visitor yeslrtday. Mrs.'E. A. Nevers, Mr. D. Xevers and Oryille are Tab'er visitors durlus lie fair. R AICKED UP IN SSING THK BUSY HAS LONDON, Julr 29. Bolshevik torcfes were reportDd today In a wire- less dispatch-from Lo be tak Ing advantage ol tho njcenl allied re lirement from Onega by advancing eastward toward.Ltc railway rutin.m south-from Archangel "lo Vologda The dispatch said the BplshevikL hai occupied'thp village of Chianovsk. Ileversea'were announced on thi southern fronts, where it was aald thi Bolshevik troops "had abandoned Kpns tantVnpgraJd arid had -withdrawn thel llnea In that legion to 27 miles nortl pit the Pskov; IronL t Russian wireless message rccelr ed from LCD don onSUnday announce lha "retirement, of the Bolahsvlk force railway and als Dear Pskov, and 'Kamenetz. Hamilton clrtc employeeB ,wonl 01 strihe until sorae h'tn beea employed Instead ot Britlsh-bori "discharged. Owing to the Qry weather St: Thoiuiis face? a water faniiuo, WoodElock poHco constable's will re- cclvo HOO Increase in salary. Sydney Lee, of Harrowsralth, near wae fined and costs for illegally selling liquor. necauso the foreman ot tlio Slrat- ord' Klndel Hed Co. was dismissed 2 other employee's walked out; W.' Willis Nowpbev was killed LJeut. A.'Dweerl was Injured lo airplane accident at Winchester, nl. Thp new promier of Prince Edward J. H. Bell, U a tormor resident IDEOHJOH, Opt. Her. R. A. Scott ot HilUliurg, LRH caUcd to Omeuico Presbyterlau liurch. Bid well R. Sills. pilots t ercr, Is kcly drowned, as a boat he hired as found In Kingston harbor with a coat aqd In it belonging C. Dowllng, for two years traffic anhgcr of the Kdmonton. Dunvcgan nd Brtlsli Coliiuibla railway wJth the cadquarttrsi in RJmoDton, has sov- red his connection, with the company. .Edmonton ralopayeta voted "In avor of stores closing Wednesday flcrnoon. ;A proposal to purchase n ipw property for tho public cemetary lid noL receive the required major fhe ralepayers rotcU favorably i proposal to extend the telephone A disposition fo delay final action ol aliflcallou of tho Gorman pcacq IreaU until the United. Stales senate acts ou .ho Franco-United Slates reaty was indicated by tlio commit lee ot the French senate. Kenntth the three months old son of Mr; and -Mra. J Royle, College Hill, Belleville, me by atmnguJatfpn '.vhen thi 3f hU comforter caught In Ih swing In which he had been placet his mother. Speaking nl WandsworLh, Geo. If Roberts, the British Food Conlroller said lie had been informed by his fin anclftl advisers that .the BrlUBh aovc- relgn was tfow worlh about' }4r25 In the United Stales.-. U shortly depreciate, his advisers had added, Lo only ?4. The1 half yearly-auditor's stale men of. revenue iaiid oipenditurea of ;th city of Saskatoon "shows a .deficit during Ihe six months. Ppwe house and waterworks showed a profl bC orer but-Ibe sireel rai way 'austaihed losses'of more- lha J5.000 during the 'recent'strike. The. Soviet government ott raine never has been recognized b All ir Iratcil' passed 'through" In reaching Ihe ifri- gallon dJLch slaried at BarnwelJ. That'd'ilch! lias'rot wiait long for. an-'truant one on'. Tuesday. W.Jfth the route blocked which Ahe best' parl of the marketing problem grower. "This In that preference In this route policy adopted by the States, >'5u1d necessflrily be given to Airierl wheat. -The-CatiadtaD farmer In thai hare come about tras- pitted again at powerful govern caenl selling agencies which would bJate prored a serloua handicap to Inn of Canadian wheat, IBd cp'.coTJtroverllng' policy been ij jii, thfs country. Steps have the situation, and .'liey'-'.'ftrft atepfl which; we need not fay, AayeV beeb anxiously to. 'The-iprMedure to be adopter! by fhs fioYernmetii Is Appoint a board tit eioerfenced qiwle poyerM'to cpndact Ihc'purchase of Ihft Cflnflillan VNeat prop h'pih for Joriicflllc ('flfincr H Vatr fliat lie .swllf .U'e fliisi'iretl of 'rccelTng t world price for ins In the -waylhe gay.e inform- aMon at ttle matting in Purple the C. P. fl Rejourc-eX.'anf' MB map Biioald be Mseta it'every irrigation lleTa .wft-Tvanolher case o: good' With' Spirit. community' service rfenderei Its actom'jiatiying community A co'mnfanitr lunehYTill :ti 81 'serv ind cul vated In IhV gehulner bld-llme'style, POSTAL COMMUNICATION OPF.HS HETWEEN FRANCE AND PARIS, July com- munication between France -and all parts of Germany Wat reopen- ed today. if Why Have Corns Cripple You] When you most want to be on the move? TEMPORARY REMEDY -Oel (rom your druggist a spool of half inch Adhesive Tape anrl keen the corn covered, changing tape It .soon won'( hurt. PERMANENT CURE Del ywir Arch Trouble corrcclcrt iflth a pair of Scboll's Koot Eazera and your teal pr'optrjy filled by our Raleemen wlio how lo fit you anrl you won't hate corns. J; NELSON Co. AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING NOTICE! ,'L WE BE CLOSED During alterations to the Oliver Block, for about two weeks, from August 2nd, aJter which we will reopen in new premises in the same.block.. Buy your cigars by trie box and your cigarettes by the carlon now and save money. The Elite Cigar: Store (PERRY AND REID) The Name Mason Risch Protects You EVKIIY piano bearing this nains Is absolutely fuar- For gVfer 60 years, Mason t Jtlsch bus' meant "lie .besl" Jn II, means :c All sizes, all many prices anil all on caey tcrnii. for free style booklet. turn TO, Balmoral Block Homa of'tht Vlolrola" the Uniled Slalfs arid It'was of such salea. day that 11 was extremely doubtful -bother'Victor Kozaktowllz, wlio Is coming-la AVSsM.rgioii on aa official ulssion for that government, would bo received. iay Henry Sonic-reel, the noted English itcnjparance worker, tte- cl a res I hat to force now vould be tho lindouiff of alt ber yeara of labor to oulalu a sub or England. dy Somerset btllcvea that America different than Knglafid, and while prohibllton may be-all right for'this :ounlry, .it but mean a revolt n England, anil eho Intends to do her best to Ignore .lie prohibition drive n Knglanil, which sho BtalCB will set public' opinion ilcad, n gains I temper- unco. The Bulgarian treaty waa, taken up agaia today by (ho supremo council OL the ncacc conference. the ex- ception of dDllncation ot tha boundar- ies of are noiv virtually coraplote.11 Ibq economic claua- ca, having approved by the couii- cil. The Bulgarian delofjaUonfacnL Its first note lo the conference: U the form'of n "voluminous _docurncnt claiming Mdcedpnla, pbhrudja" and Thrace as purely'Bulgarlan leriitory, that they must be given Bulgaria. Premier Clemenceau, as prcsirient _of the peace sent aMelter Id clclcgalion pro- Icsllug" against the Qermahy proiiertjes in Schles- in which bo taken for decision by the population as to union with The note gavo warning Germans that, all the properties In question' were-con- sidered as' possible security, for" lha paymenL-of Gennauy's'lndemnlly and Germany responsible for the prbcecila MET ROPOLIT AN THE LARGEST' LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN WORLD DISTHICT OFFICES 'B 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK MR MAN: "your' employer' continue to pay your ealary lo your lamlly i attcr your'deceage? It not, why. not aavo your wife's name placed pa the nay roll ot the IIETHOPOLITAN L1FB BO lhat In tho event ol 'your. death tho Homo can' bo -kept going an usual? Tola can be arranged by depositing Wllh us acaually-a. small mm o! money according. to tue amount of salary' desired. Sco nny ol onr Lire Wires, Tlz.: T. 0. Gurr, F. A: Denloo, P. A. PIsHer, J. C- Wm. Hurndall, Joe Miller, 'and be-jp-toJata la having, your family protection fixed up In this manner. We Have Received Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. i t1 Phone or Wire: KIJlGHTWATSON RANCHING Phone 1846 Lethbridge ;