Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
pA LKiTHBKllJliK 'HK-KALU SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1020 Detalb DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE-LETHBR1DCE HERALD WMNTINO COMPANY LIMITEU SK 6th Street South, Wt A. BUCHANAN President and Maaagics Directof John Torrauce Business Manager Mepber Audit Bureau ot Subscription Hates; delivered, per week Daily, by mail, per year Ds'lj'i liy wall, for 6 month: Daily, by 3 months Weekly, by mall, per year y, by' mail, per year to U.S. 2.tJO J .25 S.OO 4.25 2.5U PASSING or A GOOD CITIZEN Df. lifferty of Caleary iras a man who had very many warm friends, and bli death will occasion much regret. In the affairs of Calgary and Alberta, to had been in the forefront for many years. He had abiding faith in the Province: and' its future, and invest- ed heavily In the Province. In fee was always a Liberal, but of the kind that was not hide-bound. If his parly was wrong, he was not back- ward in saying so, and when it was right, be.fought for it with vigor and enthusiasm. It is pioneers like- Dr. iSflerty who deserve well of the peo- ple; Jn'the early days they stood for the'tiiinss liatiwere best In life, and .Uua lo their ideals onto the end. 6A8K. FARMERS LEAVE WELt: 'ENOUGH ALONE Saskatchewan Grain.' Growers evi- dently feel that the Government in Province is. farmer enough. Any- way.iihey have dec ded enter ihe wn cial_ p olitl eal sphira. -H ikht BOW, the Grain Growers have [two1 of their outstanding leaders, me'nfters'of the Saskatchewan Government. The ery iustruptive in gifen by Professor Jardln in combatting "soil-drifting solutlcp of 'oil-drift it wa tlald tftfwn lay in irrigation, but tho fu which the Professo has Its verv great uses i athat be applied right away .an all or irrigate ftlt wfifjl policy, carrying wit III thluWdom of shutting the 'stab tVtoet tho horse liad escaped, jfwas iCcrtilE tack to primary principle the starting of tno.tffif Dd had fM application In being a pn iThi Wrrow system, as used in wes was a very Importar Informntlo-i so far It n to foil drifting It WAS as we remedy The digging of RICHES AND HAPPINESS Fifteen ycirs ngo ihe late K. ire, v.-ho diixfri'milly in I'sris, unburcleiied to 'an '-'interviewer -ith the follovrii-g "My life was riuvcr deslincd.to be hi erited lu- Krout Pane.) tl" the farme devolofmebtjB are; ML GET HELP; a man born to wfalih. lie was possessed, without uuvthiiig.Qf 'striving, f ample means to gratify liis every want. If su'ch a possible 10 could have bought happiness as ihe world estimates it. Yet this ntaa was not happv. The wurtJ i? apt to envy the wealthy in the possession they have of gratifying every human wish. Tho world as a rule cousiiicrs such iujivi- happy. Bui when we have trie confession of a man who had un- imiieu '.iViiUh, we tee how empty is the belief that in riches happiness ies. If there if which jpcafcs for eon tent merit the words of the dead millionaire lells us it is not to be found in being boni to a state of rcaltli. Jt destroys endeavor in life, and without endeavor life is robbed f that great motive force which makes for happiness ai far as we can it. Even the endeavor to get rich, as the late' Mr. ei- brings a certain happiness. .But not the wealth widen the ideavor brings tut the endeavor itselt which makes for'.happiuess. Life has truly been said to be one greal; endeavor, liers lies the true weeV between Premier Stewart anii Scnalor LougheeJ In Edmontou. ls staeularly that' this convention ihoulit have been held in Lelhbrldge inUiO." said Mr. Mit- chell, "because" I think If there Is one portion of Western Canada that Is Interested In the subject matter ot your discussions It is the district of which Lethbrldge is the centre. "I am .here today demonstrating In a visualizing way that the Alberta government is solidly behind lifting water out ol tho putting It on your I think if ihe Alberta government WES different in Its atti- tude U would' be amiss in its duty. It Is a.matter of.extreme regret, that Premier Stewart could not bo hero to necessary jale which is barred against those who do not possess it; but it will never unlock the golden gate that leads lo happiness. Happiness is the asset >f all, be they poor or rict. It is not the monopoly of the wealthy. Van- lerbilt was not a happy man. 'Out of the experience of the-same he .ells of the vanity of riches. II wo ave discontented with our cxim- rarsd to others, in the amount of worldly goods we possess, let us reraem- icr that it may be that we are far richer than those tfe envy, in the TOSsession of that happiness which, though'they may appear fortunate, 't is very possible they do not possess. when Senator _, ojbo __.. arrives. The ows at right angles to tho direction f the wind, and then In further rows t different distances according to Inc- ize 51 the farm', ia'something tor. (he i ariner ot Southern Alberta to think j >ver. As one of the outcomes of the j holding of the Irrigation Convention t is highly Important piece-ot In- ormation. _' .-mother feature of the Convention aa the information oft a highly prac- Ical naluro glveu matter j of iilos.' This is a very important, form if agricultural enterprise, as 'was town, in obviating the-feed shortage. So .-b'gf tar. proof of of the Von' theL farm' was. demonstrated haVlne" in he dry area ot Scott, in Saskatche- wan, with KB rainfall of 1.8. Here at a ttonatariiiers-In' Southern Alberla e sending ,out "their herds to north- ern pastures, it was foundrprofitablo :o ship in feed sleors from Kdmonton. "The Convention just not a spectacular one, bill It waBubrlmfnl of important and new information, which, if properly assimilated, cannot >ut mean a-very great deal .Ipv.tbe ulure. of .agricultural success in this part ot tlie ProVinco. As convention, it naturally showed >vhat: irrigation accomplishes as an adjunct to'successful farming. It came to the city at a very opportune time, in ths 'act that the Lethbridge Northern project !s about Is materialize. Tha information derived was in the cir- cumstances particular moret than general, To Ihe men behind the Western Canada Irrigation Association, and to those who contributed to its success' In.lhe'addreases made, and in the gen- eral arrangements, the farmers of Southern Alberta cannot but feel high- ly grateful. In the matter of getting irrigation lo materializze in. Ihis part of the Province the Association bas rendered' aid and support. Do You Know? 2. TODAYi'S Q IB 'Who'-.kllled'..hlmselt from of lobster sauce? 3. 4. "What is Lombard fever? What was the real name of Mahomet? 5. Where aid he die and at1 what age? (U, 6. How manyjirlves had" Mahomet! QUESTIONS; ia'scngllola? What was the original meaning of 3.' Wjiat islbe meaning of fspidi- 4. Whlit-Is a saturnine 5. What Is the meaning add origin of "Hoist on' his own 6.'; What tree is named after the ANSWERS 1. Imitation marble. It is compos- efl of snlnhale ot lime, cal- to a fine powder, with the'additipn of water by which a flneipaste is made. and G. TV. Los Angeles', record., for earth soon outdo Babe.Ruth's homo runs. Tho Ganger'in estimating Southern Alberta's crop this year, after the ex- perience of the past two years, is thai It wilt ha estimated too low. Which Is unnaual. of the The highest'! class speaker told "convention that the conference Lougheed was arranged through the efforts of W .A. M. -P., for Leth- bringe. Conference Next Week "We now find lhal this conference will take place In.Edmonton toward the close of ceit week. They will come together "to discuss how best this Irrigation project In Soulhera Al- berla can be given belter Impetus, i There will be some matters Premier Stewart will lake up with local aulh- idrilics after, he has had 'enca with Senator Lougheed and'of course, on. those matters I can not concluded Mr. Mitchell. Following the reading of the resolu- tion on owners. Mr. McFadden of Mac- leod told of how the present definition is holding up the project south of Mac- leod. It is practically Impossible to get the names of fifty per owners, as many of them cannot b'e located, they living in points far dis- tant. Difficulty Is encountered where school and homestead lands are. con- cerned, he said.. Mr. Ntchol ol.Mac- lepd supported these statements. A passed asking'for the'- conservation of forests around head waters, of streams, particularly in the Battle Creek country. Three Invitations Brooks, Penticton and Veraon were. in the running fo'f nest years conven- tion. Brooks withdrew when It was erpl a In ed' that; a'd if ions of the convention caHjf3rirBritish- Columbia getting the next" convention. Pentic- ton and Verno'n' were not rivals and promised the heartiest co-operation Last: year proposed -Leth bridge, when the was sup- posed to go'lo British Columbia. Ver non got the (fXqm Our Own Correspondent) TABElC July a resalt of Ibe fforli of the Taber brinch'-ot, the Retail Merchants' Assbtlation, B. Grubb, of TaTier baa been appqliitcd emuloymeot agent for the litreau at Taber established here to- instance, of the Taber "ranch of the association. After a'survey, of.the crcj) outlook u tho. district, the association began vorking-oh plans for an employment egencyvtovassist the, fariusrs iii ob- taining help, and agreed aa agent at a small stip- end. A.' Illeuiier-llassett in view of the law affecting private bureaux vircd Mr. Mitchell, who was at Leth: iridge, and received reply that Mr. i. Mitchell come up to Taber, which he did this morning, ac- companied by Mr. Longworlh of Ihe government bureau at Lethbrldge. A meeting of the association was held at 11 o'clock, and as a result, an agency was established at Taber un der provincial auspices, ani! D. Jrubb appointed to have charge. Dur ng the fair the agent will bo on tho grounds to take -a sort of census of ill farmers needing .harvest help, or n other .ways. Farmers who have need of men for the harvest should a'pply to Sir. Grubb, who will take note of their needs in this lino. he. belongs '.tp.Vand" does not choose' to. he will say "The spldereeh fri- gate ;wlth. nine decks." 4. A grave disposition, dull and heavy. 5. ..'Caught In hi? rmn trap. The pelard was a conical instrument of war employed nt one Uaie for blow- ing open-gates with gunpowder.- The engineer -used to the'rf.etard to Ihe place intended to be blown up and fire it at 'the .Email end with a fuse. 6. The poplar, or popular tree. :It Is so named hecanse it designates peo- ple in its leaves being dark on one side and white, on .the other, anil the leaves are never still, being blown by the least gust of wiml. In Franco to- day the poplar Is .the sign of demo- cracy. Mr. Qoaldale, talkec for only a few'-minutes at the close of the 'convention, 'J'He'-'h'avlsed all farm era "on.-the plant-trees. He Is a flriri believer hi'thls'and his farm is a-'splendid example.of -what trees will do. to improve' the appearance ol the place. He told of planting trees in Ninety-eight per cent of them grew anrtiho was busy .with thera for two or three years but since then they have looked after thesciel BARTON epiNfs HOME NEW YORK, ''July Wm. P.'Burlon, skipper of the Sham rock IV during the international cup races, accompanied by Mrs. Burton the green-sloop's timer, and Claude Hickman, Its navigator, ,were bookec for their homeward voyage today on the 'steamship Baltic. The-crews o Shamrock IV and the 23-metre Sham rock'planned to return within a-few days. It has come to he seen that mere flues will not.put.a stop wonder this has not heenjeallEod long ago. Nova Scotia Conservatives have ono man lett to let the generation know that there Is slfll, such a'narty In existence. Seven come eleven is not the way wittf-Nova Scolln. It is eleven come one. The Tory representatives fell from the two figures to one in" Tues- day's election. The Alberta government now owns a railway line. This, will'glv'n. the opposition moro excuse than ever for saying they railroad now legislation through. N'owly settled land In .tho Canada Land and Irrigation company's Vaux- hall Iracl will raise average J70 ,an acre crop In Its first year. One wonders why the hesitation over a real honest-to goodness irrigation policy. was EO much mud -in Urn water a> our ho.itBc declares ,thc wrlttr of a'letter to the Kansas Clly Star, "that I'had to put on my chains .to get out of tho 'balli Uiti." Most Irfthbrldgo citizens can recall the mud K not'tho chains. t, Activity of Merchants Results in Branch Employment Agency Being Opened PICKED UP IN lASSlNG TDK HttT UA.V TRAGEDY OF A HAREM The American Mission to Armenia visited several missionary institu- tions, one where are 150 Armenian girls of an aver- ago age of 17 who were forcibly mar- ried to Moslems at the time of the deportations and have since been res- cued. Jlauy of these are still no more i :han children, and-the stories of thu I treatment received by these lltdo :irls of tender years would be beyond jelief in any other part of the world., Teachers arid students alike of the once nourishing normal school'have been scattered throughout the east; m'urderert. One of the teachers, a gentle refined-Ar- menian girl, speaking English well and knowing music, a young woman attractive by the standards of any land, was forcibly married to the bey of a neighboring Kurdish a fjlthy, lousy, white-bearded Kurd, old enough to bo her grandfather. since borne him a child and 13 stiirhelu'by him.. He is the hall civilized under-chief of a nomad triho and a murderer, and efforts to rescue the unhappy girl have so far failed. The. baby complicates the situation. She does not wish-to aliandon it- the Turkish lav- gives the child to him. and he he will kill her if she goes away. It Is a situation that could exist only in Tur- MaJ.-Gen. James G. Harbord, in the EWorld's Work" for June. Saskatchewan ebcrlffs. are asking. for an Increase In fees. t The oueratleu of the 'Soldiers' In- surauce act will be administered by the pensions board. The first, shipment of ifrlllsh Co- lumbia coal to Europe will be made about July tons to Swedeu. The cornerstouo of .the new Knoi Presbyterian church, Medicine Hat, was la ill this week. Chas., W. Heisler, assistant post- master, succeeds the late Malcom Isblster us postmaster at Saskatoon. Judge Nathaniel Miller of Syracuse was designated as the Republican cau- didate for governor of New York. At Valparaiso, Ind., a mother and. her twin daughters were all married on the same day. Rev. B. illaycock who has been rector of All Saints Anglican .church, Veruou, B.C., for I lie last four years has gouo: to Kuglaud. Hon. H. II. Grant, Ontario's minis- ter of education suggested bonuslng schools which employ returned sol- diers. Edward Wilkcrson, a lock tender, 05 years of age, was blown Into the Welland Canal during a storm and drowned. Edward Caiuwau, nsed 31, was in- stantly killed white warning thft crowd from a live wire of the Liticoln Power Co., St. Catharines. Geo. Newman, building contractor, is dead, and six employees of his firm are ill, ofuyphoid following drinking of water from a well at Jordan, Ont., where they were working. Edwavd of Highland Park, 111., Is cnlef of polico in that burg. But he Is going to resign and take a job as a milk wagon driver at a week and commissions. Overcome by gas fumes from oil in a tank car in tho railway yards at Corinne, near Milestone, Sask., Henry, the nine-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. ftohrke, came to his death while playing with other, lads.' Medical associations of tho United States have Inaugurated a nation- wide campaign for the treatment and education of children who are born deaf and dumb, or both. "Pal" Flynn, a coal miner, works in tliQ mine of the Highland Coal Company, near Somerset, "Pa. Re- cently, Pat 'draw 5264 for two weeks' work. He averages nine hours a day in the pits. Incompatibility: of religious' tern perament was one of the reasons for a divorce recently in Tojeka, Kan The wife said, she didn't mind her husband being a Holy Roller, hut BUS did object to ccmlng in at. 3 o'clock In the morning and saying he had been studying tho Book of Revelations with a frlcud. A petition has 'been largely sign- ed in Montreal for'Uio commutation of tho death sentence ou Mrs, Mcriu Gagnon, of Quebec. A gasoline ralloniug system to bs applied Iho entire. United States now Is being considered by big refiners. A brolher of Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George, who Is clerk of tho council at liarinoEth, Kug. applied for a rals3 ill pay and was tufned ilowu. Gasoline lias heon so scarce In Angeles that when a train currying gallons arrived from Okla- homa, it was officially -welcomed by Mayor Suyder and ofticcra of the automobile clubs of Southern Call fornla. Appearing in a naturalization court ill New York, Tony Pagaiii said he w'antod to be He told Iho judge, In answer to-a question, that a. republic ;was something good to eat. James H. Lawrence, of Auckland, Maine, heard a pounding at lug, door In the middle of a'h'cavy thunder- storm, so he went to the door, and there found his who he had not seen fon-12 years. At the Home of Morris Clicrnoff. New York, tho stork has made thrco .visits, and has been .liberal each time. The first two visits in twins, but the! last Ttimo nearly caused Morris to :protcst. It was. triplets.. Buy Your Victor (HIS MASTER'S VOICE) Records HERE Quick service, courteous dorks, and all the catalog, to choose from 'at MASON A RISCH VICTROLA PARLORS Remember the .big saving you can make on Red Seal Records over last year's prices. Ask us to let you hear somo. VICTROLAS ON EASY .TERMS. Risen, mm Balmoral Block Home. of. YOOKUSTfflANCEFORCANVAS OXFOR1 AD PUMPS AT REDIICED PRICES "VVe liave cut the price still further to clean up .the balance of our Canvas Low Cuts, These we are now offering Welts Turns A price which' is cheaper to you than repairs ,to your old ones. This price till the end of this month only. Mb EXCHANGES. NO APPROVALS. NO CHARGING. ASK TO BE W. J. Nelson Co. SHOES FOR FIT1ED SHERLOCK BUILDING ALL AGES ANGLICAN St, Augustln's Church, cor. 8th Avs. and 11th St. Rev, Gore M. Barrow, Rectory, 212 8th St. S. Telephone 1405 Karly Communion, S a.m. Matins and Early Communion, 11 a.m. Evensong ,nt 7.30 p.m. Sunday School closed for'July and August. Wednesday evening, Intercession, at p.m. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. T, D, Jonoa, Pastor 1271 5th Ava. N. Phono 1653 Choir Leader, M.rs. F. Jackson; 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. 10 a.m.: Hoys' Dept. of the Sunday School in tho Hull. 11 a.m.: Morning Service. 2 o'clock: Ilcginncrs antl Primary de- partments ot the Sunday School In the Hull! 2 o'clock: Girls' Dent, of Ihe Sunday School !n the Church, 3.15: Adult Dcpt. of the Sunday School in the Hall. 7.16: Song Service. 7.30: Evonlng Service. Mr. John I'elcra will preach morning and evening. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Pastor John McAlister. Sunday 11 Worship. Stinday 3 p.m., Sunday School. Sunday 7.30 Kvangellsllc ser- vice. Tuesday and Thursday 8'p.m. Vrldnjr 8 p.m., young people's meet. Ing WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and Hlh'St. S, Rev. Chas. E. .Cragij, Pastor 'Mr. Claude Hughes, L.A.B., Master United Service between Wesley Meth- odist and Knox Presbyterian will continue throughout the month of Augiint. Services during August chnrep of ROT. Capt. A. II.'Donoon. liolh services in Wesley Church to- on account of Knos church being redecorated. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner or 3rd Avenue and 9lh Streot Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B, Jcrcs, DJreclor of Choir WHAT WE STAND FOK Evangeltoil Hinislery, Het'sneralo Membership. nnligloua. .Liberty, Christian Equality and Dibllcal Au- thority, Services at 11 a.m. Subject: "EstalJ. llsho'd and Kept." Siindr.y School and IJiWo Class at 12.15. Sunday School In 5th Avo. N. at'3 p.m.. Evening Service at 7.30: "A Gospel Message." Tlic communion of the Lord's Supner at close of Hie evening service i All Welcome SALVATION ARMY 11 a.m.: IloJIness Meeting. 2 p.m.: Sunday School. 3 p.m.: 1'raiso Mecling. 7.30 p.m.: Salvation Meeting. Adj. Hardy nml Lt. Brett, officers In. charge. CHRISTIAN SOIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Strict Sunday Krryiro at 11 a.m. Subject: "Truth." Sunday Kofiool, 12.10 a.m. Testimony .Meeting, Wed. at S p.m. Heading lioom open daily from 3 ID S p.m. ;KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Aye.'and 8th Street 3. A. H.'Oendon, Minister. Ernest F. Lauton, Organist and Choirmaster. United Service between 1'res- liytcrlan r.nd Wesley Methodist will (onllmic thrc-.ighout the inontli of August. Services .during August In cliargo of Rov. Capt. Denoon: linth morning and evening services to- morrow In .Wesley Church on ac- count of Knox Church heing redec- orated. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Eeginncra' Class. 12.15: Big Sisters. 2 p.m.: Big Ilrolhera. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtti, Pastor Cor. 3rd Ave. and 8th St. 3. liible School, 10.30. Pastor will preach at both services. C. H. at 6.30. Now nows are Installed and public cordially Invlled to the home-Ilka church, BETHANY HALL 205 13th Street North Sunday Meetings Worship and llrcaking ol Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday. Schocl, 3 p.m. Kv.ingeitsllc Service, 7.30 p.m. God's Way of Salvalfon Proclaimed. A Hearty Welcome To All. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., 6th Street S, Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. Sundays, p.m.: Blblo Study. U'tdnetdays, p.m.: illblo Study, by praise, prayer and ICE- Ihnony meting. Ail Woltorr.c. No Colleolfor. All publications of Society may now be obtained, .locally, Including "Finished Myslery"