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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PA cr Fotm IK LKTllimUJCiP DAllA WEDNESDAY, JUNE t, IfllO fllbei'ta PAILY AND WKEKLY ind jHt LETHBR1DQE HERALD PRINT- INC COMPANY, LIMITED Ith South, Lithbrloji W A. Buclunn fltildu: Managing Torrisce Builnui TELEPHONES tudneu CGliorlal Member Audit Bureau of Subscription RaUi: Dilly, delivered per dellTered. par yew Dtlly. IT mill, per Wesklr, by mill, par lr. by mil] I" to D-8..JS.01 biva bec-n measures ol palliation Measures ol Ibe nature 01 v'alm sepulchres, wlih commissions ou cost o: the brrasius "l to ba preseut. Tte favored Icw EO Impressed, however, that It decided to arrange lor another parade lo enable those to attend who were preveatc-J Iror-.i doing so on the first occasion and Iho Rev. J. A. Les- lie was asked to repeat his sermou couple of months vacation. Before her 1 departure she recipient oJ a 1 ilalBiy present (ram- tho stall lie store. hlracgelisllc were held III K. f. Hall on Thursday apd Fri- ay eyi-nlnei of.last and two flll Sunday. Mrs. Clink was bo speaker while Miss Miller lupporl- d her with eioelldm ilnglng. eujancs wai food and v.e understand hit ES a result the Xaiireces will lie holding alternoon at 3 p.m, at the home ot Mr. K. Hunt Miss Dalglelsh bus reslsnei Irora the staff ot the Merchants' Uank hare and will leave ior ihe coasl. She be much missed In Ihe local "yis Tackaberrr. until recently "hel !G" Elrl here. Is taking a trip to Cal gary lor n short while, Wurier Is her successor ths telephone switch board. are lomnoltnl must be---- itilatlcm showa that tie a' Tlrllo paople. Bui Is the paed that with agitation there should ba tie recognition that wrong cannot ba righted ty wrong. Constitutional tneuiDua BBoaid prSTall amOBE thoss who agitate, InjuitJca demand lie wtapone of Justice to remove li from iii place.'Tha lessoi ol the Tar itould ba lost ilghl ol In the present eaononlo war. have Joughl to ful- lil our solemn obligations In regard to what' Is knomai a "scrap ot.'pap- Let that Idtil be never lost sight The "Drive tor batter roads." wblcb Is now on. Is a very apt and happy description of the campaign. With Irrigation and good roads there li a, mighty vista of prosperity and development for Southern Alhartl. at that llree. This took placo on Sunday ivben an excellent attend- anco 01 the pnrt of lie Pylhians and also of others showed that tho repeli lion was Justified and appreciated. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Thurs day afternoon at the home, ot Mrs s. The ladies' recently hava eiCKED UP IN iSSING' rqH TUK BUSY MAS seneral rain has brought a smile lo every one. Twelvo Inches ol moisture 13 reported in the soil. A businessmen's meellng was held ihe end ol the wcrt ir.d plans are he- ing made lor a big celebration on Ihe 1st ot July. Mr. and Mrs. Henry r.l- lert, a baby boy. Mother and bnoj are doing fine. Harry.Watkins one ol our local boys returned torn overseas the end Isaac Johnston died at HalHai at he age ot a hundred yeart. St. Thomas cltlieng carrftd two uiouey lane majorities. Ovreu Sound teachers An asking lor {100 Increase. filllh Klrkham, Dundis. was droitn- J at the Bwart dam. O. Drew was arrested In Pelerboro lor robbing J. llowver'a store In Lind- say. Hydro charges In Ouelph have been reduced tor power lo J19 horse- power. B. II. Vinceut ol Guelpb. -was fatally crushed vchen a packing case fell on lop ot hfm. J. Qulnn of Odessa was drown- ed at while working outside a boat on u scallold. which way. Rev. A. A. Iladley, of OUawa, was elected president ol the Montreal Methodist Conference. Chas. M. Bostwlck. one ol N'ew Brunswick's weallhlesl men IB dead at St. John. Jas. Muir. former Ollawa control- ler, has purchased the Almonte Ga- Sarnla vlll sonu [nstal a DBW clec- j trie (ire alarm syitcm. fioaetb Buricbill WM when a canoe uywt Klncitoa; PioTincltl Bank of Cuitdi. haa' es- tablished ft faruch In St. Jobn'n, N.D. O.V.y.JU niolullon MklB( for (reLultr U by Siuli 3te. Hamllton newspaper prinlera- now receive a weak for au alfhl-Lour 'Leaf curl aad dry rot are affecting fruit crop of the Niagara Penln- aulL, Chrlsilati Kruger. aged 93, of Oton- abee, commlHed suicide by hanging Rav. F. Williamson was marrUd lo Miss E- Gorman, ot Ballaal, trtUud, al Madoc. Board mcom mended I7S.OOO {or rasurfaclnc aaphalt at- hi vmtnt Labor hai andeavorlug to fain haa nigh obtained .In tha attitude Labor in shown. Tha nqulred attenUon has drarm'to the "grievances which la Terr many cases Labor has oerc entferlng. It baa gained the needed lympatbitlc. m. In .tha struggle that la golne on It Isjor Labor to see that It ibi lUni-lo IOBO all that It haa pushing the battle to __.__.... Labor haa Jl_ 4End that truth, has bean rhat Labor has'the right to a j iriih a suHlcIency (o allow U the com 'i' .forts of existence. Ttla 'i driven home. It Is a >'i of tbe limes thai men Realty oil lie 0. P. B. the v truth that 'Juat ratBra to. man for h1a hard work la li the llral Instakia a fair llTlilg waia oontlrteit with the ccit :of 11-rtng and bsyond that the return ihould be conmeniur- aU with hla 'and tlelncy. Ttat li wnat --wa Canadlaaa bMi, AJ tha Pnandant of the C. P. ft- baa aald, thera 1i moth tiat i havs two pTtnooadnf. Vncl that'the are the' The P. 6. clock coutmuas on its best behaviour. If It keeps In this frame .of mind H.will hive a chance of long lost confidence- prohibition and Insenulty appear lo go band In hand. The travelling- coo- per lialiUbir points to this. With tha rate ol this contrivance It las a of copper getting copper. Tie prpfllee'r who has profllted: and who Is prolittlns shonlQ be mad'e-to dllgorge their lllsotten [or the benefit ol the common or'list week and Is looking fine Kilpat serTCB ess on tho previous occasion when a ThB iaoie3' aid vras enter- largely attended meeting vraj held and i Mrs Doles Ia3t week. A thoroughly enjoyed by all present. H m- d aU who at- is hoped that the ladies will continue j lo support Uili wort with even grest- le af gains er strenjth and vigor. Mr. and Mrs. Mei'.d led on Monday for tho east where they will enjoy n vacation for -two or .threa months, Olr. J. Harris and his partner Mr. Rosslter motorei! Irom here to Cal- gary on Sunday to attend Ihe Shrin- ceremonial at the Al Aihar Temple. Slacilnlosh, who for Eome lime past has been employed in the slore ot the Noblo Foundation. Lid, lelt on Saturday lor her. home at Pincher whence she will" depart tor the coast In a tew days to enjoy a good roads yrojects Is almost on'i'par'wllh tie Irrigation projects. The utVq'YtoielheV wten "they come latp ibebjt jrjll the greatest R. business in town over the week-end. Mr. A. A. Ford Is building a new bungalow, moins one more im- provemenl for the town. RED EDITOR HEARS DEATH SENTENCE COPENHAGEN, June Le- Tine, ct Slnnlcb, editor of tbe Kc-d Flag and a revolulionisl, leader in Bavaria, has been sentenced to death after a two days' .trial, according to a dispatch received here from Munich. criticism of Ceneral French by r- Asqulth mbvementa he Vouid'hat. hSi tie et- ,h. army In the atlVu at