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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE USTIinnifiGE DAILY HERAI.O JUNG n, 10111 Deralfc e, Hlberta OAILY AMD WEEKLY and FlpUaMra f Hi LETHBHiDCE HERALD PRINT- LIMITED Itritt South, Lilhkrligi W -A. blKhimn 404 Muaiint Dlrtctoi Bnilntu rSLIPHOflES UlUriil IZU 1224 themselves with Ilie rlshl to live am] move wiihout auy thought of the v'i- lelence ot olhers in oihi'r paru of Alberta. Tbal this is so was, unfort- unately. nuJe evident In the state- ment bx tte Minister ol Public Works al the meeting of the esecu- lire of ihe Irrigation Development Association held in the Doard of Trade Idlng on Monday, lion. Archie Mo- rn expressed ins opinion that ihero would be in the by northern. members over ant (icancial rebpvnfibilily Government undertook In furthering the big Irritation scheinei In the south of Alberts If II was a matter oC considering the (miaelal apportionments of ths province, it would not tate long lo come to ihe conclusion that lha lurtiu ol ubtcrlptlen aallwul, Dtllr, ftr JHI DaJJj, 17 mill, nr bj mill, ftr rwr -IS ft oi >r Ully on tdarMi Lib4L Ae after dt to thi We. Alex. I'nllcrson and John Serrie Brtfk From the War (Kroru O'.ir Own TADER, June hub bles OTvr in two more homes in Ta bar. llaOdlos hive come back from the war anJ are genius w-ilh wives aanJ children once more. Three Ions years ot absence to be up ou both sides, so that Joy i and lore Is unrestrained. Tho nrM it sesined as though Alex Palerson was dtvined to iUy at home northern portion, In the tilonsive railway deveXipmtnt Hal his 1ft others fig lit his battles. He was rejected by the recruiting geant at Medicine Hat and haj to hoof It baci home. Bit with Scoloh TWEIOLEMJM AND TWSEDLEDEE TW b% Irrigation which Mtfe nnch, cot only lo the farm- ers- tat to every enterprise' la tto tiitt ]Q to "whether [hey will r DoL The welfare i IE on tha tneM it IbQ ffOTernmenls, Federal and The responsibility 'for liM wilh botn. With, ill means cfcnnol ol this retpoasibllltj. It a policy for.thB fnrther- ud to at Somhern Alberta BO copcera Trith fuieluaenlal beyond an ifpnbenjlon -wbat Ihey cooiider TlU! to them by tie atUtoda iQTMTLDact la at the promt Une UHoc- It ii for Bents to compoM their- differences IBS that tbe people will inf. IIT m their falling to do tbe people ot Southern 0> IrrliraUcn la tha spirit of thoie are for bread. It IJ no concern -of .theirs from .whoa, .the needed relief cpmeij -whether from '.he "Federal or tie Provincial Gor- -ai-it Tha present position In which the irriga- tion projects stand was placed before Lhe executive' of Ihe Irrigation Devel- opment Aisociallbn by lie Provincial TreaAiirer. 11 wzs Intimated, acd ii catne as Eomelblug new lo the meel- Ing, ltha_t there was no definite offer to'the Provincial Government of fln- avclal aid; bj Ibe ;FtedeTtJ Asain ii flrai that it would not bi) xood poltcy (or FTo- from.the Federal GoTCrnineat. There anrniQBot in wnai. Hon. C. R. aaM, but It Ii not but 'that tha people ol Soulb- place there, bas received Ihe major portion. hsv? been guarinleed for which tte credit of the whole province tis been'plcdjeJ. but there airftr hton I murmur or any sign of smarting under a dUcrlniinatum bstn shown by the people of south. II was snificJent that whal meant the welfare and the develop- ment of tbe north wjs reversely the .wtlfare ol the south. In that the whole, province stood to fir as moisture goes tie people of the north ol Alberta are well IAT- ored. There should be nothing of a spirit stovra-to those who are not sHuatsd. and to whom, so far M Lhe- common basic industry of tie. province Is ooicerned. water U the vexr staff ol life. It Is no vain thing that tha paople of Southern 'Alberti are' jeeklnj In demanding lr- TJeatlpniil is strlvbg for conleni- mehl, for permanent homes, and for tfaew amenities ot life on the farm which the people of the northern part posvess. There shonld be a commun- ity of Interest between Ihe norti and tie south with nothing of a sectional tplrit. The of the south have no iptentlon to draw the people of the north Inlo anything :o the wiy of a TTOtare. TheT hive fully sensed and tally reallia that lie Irrigation pro- iftoU, apart from the benefits they Harry llcgirth. a business trip to l.elbbridfO the end of last ueok.had his car with wrays and par- reli it stolon, and lliuujb ho vo- lualneil over (or a ujy urosei-utlug a smirch he haj'io home without even gelling B" t-iua to it. Have the Lelhbrldea police conjulti'd ibo Oulja board yet? U Js our only hope. Cal- gary found theirs In Montana. llohble lUrnmsr is dojd. Run ove.- by aa auto. Iteijulescal in Privates Herahal Van Orman, Henry Price and Xrchie Bennett, who weul overseas with tho 3'h. C. M, U. arrived home ou June -lib. The Taber basil all teJim on Wednes- day Itat continued liiolr ivlnnlng streak fcy defeating Bow Island a sec ond lime with a score- ol 13 to S. Then ciuie Waterloo and Tiber is still ins to njure oat how Coaldale put It over them on ThursJiy to the tune ot 9 to 0. On Saturday close tall game was played between team el Grade. VH1 boys (row Lelibridsa and our own school team, resulting in u score of 10 to 14 in laTor ot Taber. An excellent sacred concert s giv- tenacity ond before, the blisters were otf his feet, he struck out for Calgary and secured enll'tnwnt there on July 23. 1915. with C secilon of the (Vn- adian A'rniy Medical Corps. Krom 1115 there be was drafted overseas reacb- ____ __________ Shornrliac ou NOT. Si. 1915. Hera he bocams oi tbe 7th Canadian Cavalry Field Ambulance. On Feb. IStli. ISIS, his unit was sent lo France and from that finish, lu 1P16 he was. la it to the he served on llic Pomnie. nnd in 1P17 on the Oaiuurai and Si. Quenliu fronts. His most stren- uous time, however.. was in ISIS, dur- ;ng( tbe Ws retreat that elided before an-J the final and Irresistible advance that smashed through the IllmJenburj line an! kept oa smash- ng till Nov. Hth. ,Pte. Pafersoil and his division Ihc armistice it Leuge. Beljium. on an exceedingly wel and disasreeable'dnyVbnt it rill- are commercially sonod. en In the Bel tijcjlre on Sunday ulght under the auspices ol ,the G. V. A., Mr. J. T. acting a! Mr. and Mrs. Heber left for a visit lo the coast on Saturday. Our Flro Bosses are out on a sym pathetic slrlkc, but our water keeps on functioning. Severs! Eniin showers on Mrjnday aud crops doing well. Sunday. June ]5lh, is U. R A. Sun day. Special serviccV and music iu all the churches. On Wednesday last Miss Doohar one. of our eicollcnt nurses, lelt tc take a position "in the hospital at Ver nun. D. C. Ou Tuesday. Juuo 2nd. a son horn to Mr. and Mrs. il- Scott at Ibi Taler hospital. Our old friend Ihe circus, turned u on June 1th. Sure si3n thai Ihe war is over. But the high cost of PA AICKED UP IN .SSING TILE 1IUSY MAN There stilt oleraaj la Canada, A Iranch ol ibo G.W.V.A. LBS peneJ at StiolUurDC. rpnco Sm.lii, Zephyr, Ont.. was iu A ruua.uay accidem. Kight Indians were burned to death and tvvo iLiuru aro; not expected to mmer. us n result'of lorcsl fires in Virc sovrntl JalKtucso isheriiiL'ii's shucks at S'jucouver. Tho AltuoiitD" GHiello has becu jiur- based by Mutr, of j Tho I'lullum Hydro Commission, i [crs huvc the aecuii-1 Instaliuciil ,j Hydro debentures. I I Jas. Keys, Sarnhi, hail three ribs as a result ol a kick from a Park "will begin. r'oot racing; A. W. Kirkhanj. Morso T. J. O'Brleu. Ulilu'cll. iu his addri'55 lu ilm jSytioU Ontario hi Kingston.1 favor- I'd salo p( light beers uud wlucs James AValher and Uriel Govcruuiciit Uoper, of Ijvored i HCRglo and 1 tliiuancc of prohibition. Yes, We Have Used Pianos I'laycr-l'lnncs ami OryaiiR In eschiiiigo for famoiii Mason Risch Daseball: anil O. Major John P. Cowlos, princijial dt; Ttomney. Dumivllle High School, has been up I Steer and liorsc Jamei I I'rovlccial School Attendance! Cosllcy and A. Barton. i Officer for Ontario. Jlng: Hollo i Holier! H. of the Wm. A. Whilueck i iesx Co., Toronto, iliu.l En n hospital Calf roping and Kinsey nml II. AiviU. So.dtcr ronimlUct: and Slil Heeves. Finance coiuiulneo: S. B. fard S. F. KLmbdll. In the cvenitis there will ba a UaUtmore, Md. The poslfll clerks of Vancouver and still continue 10 deliver the lor everybody and a banquet for the! so soldiers in the oiicra house. Mrs. T. O. King. Mrs. Kirk- Laai. T. Gould. Mr. A. II. Scovil nnd D. P. Skouton. members of tlieac cotnnUltees will meet in tho town hall on Friday cigbt lo discuss nisko tlio uro- If tlie Inx sales coalir.uo for a few yuars uioro 111 IJ. C. the largest prop- erty owners wilt lie the municipal- Ill cs. Teachers of ihe Public School an The list Ls couFlauily Lut If >au let us know about (he siyle aud prlco you want lull yuu suitable conirj fn. urrunsod on used inslriiinenls. Balmoral Block "The Home of the- Victrola" iu detail for the welcoming home Collegiate Institute, of Straiford, nru of the veterans ou N'elerans" Pay. Improving Roads The roads around Raymond arc re- higher ialurles. The ol a buggy when Taken more'lhaii ralp to dampen living bas tolj heavily oa him. h.ii their inarched on in triumphal procession :o Brussels and hence To Liese. Ilere remained lill their turn camii for Frbm Lcuge they Tho cal may look at ihe queen, bul it is not quite the thing lor a briudte cow to shove her head throuch the .window pane al miilnlghl in' Halifax since bis return Irom civcrseas Is expected in Tater shortly. Ptc. Charles Warner, over- seas with 'Lhe 3rd C. M. K.'s booie again on June 2nd. The Veterans are plannlog lor a big They look to the GoTeniment of lo by iicm and hare no dtsira to witness larthlng of a pain- ful apectaclB ot thitjGorenmient hall- belvevn t wo opinions in the an- ticipation of opposition by the people of the north to TrhaL, In their Know-, ledge of thft'hfifidB wrath, I bat i tonnd-econ- omlc WiLh Irrigation and pood roads-the Southern Albtrta ia Is the "Joker" in the Budget the equalization in .freight rules between the and Amerkan hauls? The women on the farms will nave something to Bay ID regard (6 tbe Qndget when eiecllon time .comes roupd, acd tie housevlfe in. so far as (oodaUfls are concerned. domobilizatloa, when ihey were re- j m do sama turned to BramshotL Pte.'Paterson Gunner J. U. Lyons ol the firm ot palled from LiTeiuool on the Car- j and Lyons, has been visit mania, May 2lst, with the Fort Garry HorEe and with them obtained his dis- charge in Winnipeg1, reaching homo June 4th. lie i3 still which of the twins is Alex, and irhicb i! Willie, but he La certain, that the Canadian Cavalry was .the best arm or the service and the cream of all the Allied Cavalry, not-eicepllng tbe gal: nunl picnic lo the river bottom for lant ITth Lancers. .Shortly ailer Ales. ;PatcTcOU sailed oversea-, John Serrie, his oyer-lhe-- Icnc'c neighbor began to debale, the question with himself- _ If .Ales.; had justification for learing a wife and sii children to fare forth lo fight'tha Hun, would he himself no'l he Justifled leaving tRbfod his and four cbil- drea for the same The upshot was thai on July'l, 191G, ha enlisted-'in'lhe M. G. Calgarj -for .11316. On account of physical disahil- "iir he had to 'do his No: ll "Ca'tt- Mian General HospUal, JI_oore's Bat Folfcslone. However he had Ihe consolation, of being .lb.s_BD cMSs of Franco in a clear day, and Lhge continual reminder, lhat he was on the main track ol the planes as'tbey, Jouraeyed'to and' froni London. He remaihedon 'his job aa hospital onlerlj, 12 hoorV a day, Lill the end of April. when hq was ceiring more attention now Ihan Mrs. David Henry, of .Mornlngloii. before. They arc being graded cast, j broko n rib. cvcjnlually caused her west, north and Fculh of town, also [death, through town. The electric poles nrc beiug removed from the centre Statistics compiled by Dr. Uubct ot St. W., and that strecl will bo graded tho French Health Department show north and southward. thnl persons died .'In Paris Thera is one road we belloTe the; from October 1 lo February 2S from road-makers overlooked J Influenza and diseases rcsult'ne INE COLLECTIONS TO GETTING BUS. S IS PETTING PAID FOR IT. WE ARE SPECIALISTS GOVERNMENT REPO3T3 AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Aeeols lor tho Shaw Correi- pouflence Schools. R. C. FARtllS SERVICE AGENCY 6 HaeJonald Block Phopo 1616 demob.Uzed and. Bex Hill-On-' tes .The people of Southern Alberta fallh In tbe success ot Uw irritation projects. Tbat faith m Tnfnd Mr. Loffinrwel) trbra be saU tkftl ne would bave no beal- UUon In lUibg bli 1504 acre farm AC. Hcvitr M bis portion lor an; that he may Incur in Ihfi That a contideoce It at ippte for llielf. The Irrigation bonds 4 leciirlty distinguished from rncay olhcn, IB that the wcarity is Bore Taluable m all thai Irrl- brian. lo .he of tb- assets of the pro- Increased. This Is thit cannot he I snored tbe difrereDce helweeo the tiro KOTcrnmenU la into ac- wuit, it cannot bnt thai It Is fta batwMTi Tweedledum and Tweed- ledee. It Is distinctly a caie There tbe two re meats should coma lotfether, and, It stnjle la impossible, then let It hn a dual CM The reapouBibilllj- Is wilb both foverimenU, What the people of statnern Liberia look to is ih2 con- aumBllon of their wijbtJ. and..the sensing ol their iltal in bring- Id f of water whereby thty may carry gill, to ihe full extent the vlial poli- cf ol production, to iha wellartj cil and the province and Ihc couniTj" at large. Thia ix nYM our jpJrcrnmenls should and not. ]jy. crealiiig dlfUcnlllej, otniruu. .The BadgclJm its appearance may be termed a caraouflage Budget, or one ol th6 Bead Sea Ira It varielr. Tbe reduction on farm implements Irom twenlj-seTcn per cent, to (ifleen per cent, looks wholesome, but TS- moTZ. the seven and a half per cent, war lai, and It only means a. five per cent, reduction. In ether imple- ments the removal of the war tax brines the redaction down (o two and i halt per cent. The removal of war time duty cannot be regarded as any- thing in the vay ot a concession. H was a ramoTil that was obligatory. Sea, then to Rhyl andrthence.lo-Liyer- pool, where he embarked H, B. Regina, May 20Lh While heroes not consider the Regina'the equal' oi1 the for the misfortune to have his" harhiDccIc swip- ed Ihe ftrat day, no com- plaint lo make.- And he ia enthusias- lie. over recepllonjsiven to-hirajell Tuesday. July 1st, wou and fellow soldiers by'the-memjiers ol most anproprntc, and Hie wi With tbe proposals lo the Budget that bare appeared In print there h cothin- lo Indicate Ibal any Ui bas been placed on .uiurles. No ore would object ID the raising the tar- It: on these Tor rerenue purposes. With Ihe strong call for by the Minister ot Finance in MB Dadget speech, there doea not appear any encouragement given lo produc- tion making the Instruments of production much cheaper. The search necessity of Scientific Re- In the Dominion in forcibly, brought lo mlcd In ihe waste of Inm that Jiaj been going on. tie I. O. D. K. and other" fromeh'a or sanitations at WiuEl- pes, Regina. Swift Ciirrent.-ijedicine Hat and other "Oranges, ic-e cream, sandwiches, lea, coffee, every where. Trie raljroad ilso comes "in tor its meed of praise. .Pte. Serrie reached home June 3rd; -beating out his neighbor by a few hourj. Though the fence between is hieh and sub- stantial we are concerned [uture peaceable relationships of these two retarned men. for while the one ardently champions the Canadian cav- alry as Ibe bust nrrn of Ibe service, Ihe other Is as positive with, respect to the Canadian Nursing Sisters, and both are Scots. World flageralions have started from smaller Al Ihe Liberal ronrention held In Ia3t Mr. B: Tain- ter was L-lecled presidentrol the Lib- eral Organizallon for Ihe IrflhLridge Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Munro left on Thursday for !a short visit lo Calgary and Edmonton. Uunner Jas. Ervine.of Ilal- lery arrived hoine from''overseas on Monday, June 2nd. A farewell social to the F.ev. Tho-i. ami Mrs. Phllp will be liclJ in the Methodist church on June 20lh: Car Stolen One of our -cileerriejl citizens. .Mr. THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH. The velfare of one part o[ the province should be the welfare of the other, and the welfare of either -ihi1, cf-lhe s-Lolo. Anything of a IDA. stands lo be tilted by Ihe pow ere that be. The chivalrous and gal- lant people of Southern Alberta will not. Mand any such Insult lo the pop- uiar maiden of a sectional fir a KGlfixli it 1ft Aomething which lo Ijn spir- rejreUcd, of lur norllr- .of ihe jirovlnct shoulil not' cunalrltr they are ai> eniity fn These are Ihe days whc-n the peoplt of Souchcm Alherla look to Ottawa and Mmonton to Hee thnl the irrigation projects do not -Mifffr. Thn "passing of the JjucX" s lo lju a papular jihrnse. Inn Ihc r. ot-Snuilii.rn lu When tho influenza epi- and thai Is the one running northward therefroiLi height in Novcmbor rond.dcmic was at ng from tbe graded 37.0S7 deaths were recorded. running eastward from Raymond. celebration on Domloioa "Day. Knoi church S. S. has slated its an- Veterans Day WiJLB? .Occasion of Big Midnight larmer remarked the olher day. lliat he had more favijrable Itan al the tut time: The cfop lust l lha. first' cutting, yet Itere are "some reports lliat the alfalfa Is heavier for the first crop Alfnlfa cutting will tegin neil ID some (lelda Celebrate July 1 Monday night a njass meeting o( the townspeople the town hall to ciscusa a "welcome home" The conclusion was -would be the hole town district should unite lo mate it Raymond hasn't had sucu accleora lion sinco Ion? beforo the war as will S. B. '.Card, representing the council, is at the. hofrsl and- proposes banquet for the veterans. gram1 in -aetail' Trtll.'be- oul oa Satur- Veterans' Day July'l, 1915: Thp grand awaVbnlnE at 5' 'and continuous bombardment lor 'one-- hour.'. James Uawklrjii: and Roy. Skou- son. rV Band; serenade at o'clock. Jlltchcl! and T. Allen, Parade at 3.30. Mccarty, of'the day.' Clowns, Tnclc Sam .-and' 'Johnny i Dull. The hand followed hv the-Vclerflna.iUnder-A, 0. Wh'Ilbec. Tten (he'tnitn float'. E ill consist of Hrllannln and [ho of Liberty. package worthy its contents. Court. Ins this, the- flonls the buslrieii nnd thn townspeople. .At 10.SO there will bo" l short Bram In the opera liousc. -Mayoi Pack and Mrs. Viola Alesa'nder arc at the head of the program. At 2' p.m. the sporlfi al Vlcloria Our Help Yourself Has Still Bargains Worth Looking Into You can r.ut yOur feTioe'filll in half by securing some ilitse liarKalpH (or rrjephcrs of Iho family can be filled. This ia a tint has lots of all W. J. NELSON Go- TiliriD AVENUE aOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDlNf) ;