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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HE5UI.O TUimSOAY, JUNE 12, 191? She Ixtalfc BUxi'U BAILY AND WEEKLY (THE LETHBRIDCE HERAtD PRINT. 4NO COMPANY. LIMITED Mil South, Ltlhbrldji W A. Buchanan i1. Managing Director Bniinen TELEPHONES 12M MMdlrcr AudK Bureau of tubtcriptisn RiUi: Dtfly, delivered per wtrt -IS DiHy, filtered, per jar ......RW ty mill, per jeir WeeSly, by mall. per ytar -69 by mtll por yeir to ot the present tvil that is now show- lug itself In Ibe land. An article. In Turner s Weekly U'lts sordid tale, when it relates that the present time the tires ot Ibe big wholesale concerns are louring the country awl buylns up all the perishable 'arm produce they can lay bands on. such as butter, poultrj. etc. .Their agents sre endeavoring to purchase as mucb of these as they can nosiibly obtain. buyers are touring the country In automobiles and are .ferins the, farmer a slight increase in the market in order to set all produce. l.ater on inine year, the same tactics will be followed in regard to boss and livestock generally. Because they vtlU have the food of the coun- Iry under their control next winter, [he packers will once again be master of the situation." The writer brings to mind what he correctly terms the scandal of the the Winnipeg lu that instance, Dales of eiplry ol ip- ftar lilly on iddrasi libel. Accept- ol papers alter eipira'.ioa tints It Wirmifred nre'czer's" near future. Monday. June iu tbe afternoon. Winnifre'l had a nice rain, nut at VI o'clock it started to pour cVran and lasted until 30 a.m. Kverythlns Is saturated withi l-r.A. services "ill be held on June at S o'clock that one evening In stead of 7 oV.ock. Tiie service should have K-en held on June lelb bat has beeu Rev E. R. McU'su. travelling tavy for Sunday school work, will lie in 'winuitred on June Hth, and Sunday, .'une 15. will five an illus trated locu.ro at 7 0'cltvk. Kev. Me Lean 's a very able speaker everyone should profit by this error tuntty ot bearing him. Tbe Wbitla team and the- will tlay ball ou Frtdav rom a lo'Montana, reports law no 'crops until reaching Al- erta. He 50 miles south ot tha oundary line and claims they havo uHhlug at all down there. Mr. George Wares mide a trip to Itiikom Friday, Mr. E. Iveson a visitor at Mr. Carlson's FriiUy. The Gruutea lied Cross Society will how their regular monthly meeting at tbe borne o( Mns Alfred Kspeslt Thursday. This a special meeting and all "member c-.l lo attend. invested are ask- iICKED UP IN ASSING YOK TllK BUSY MAN Mr. l-afeujin motored to Medicine Hat Wednesday. Mr. ami Mrs. Sharpe. of Kuifcom, were visitors iu the district Sunday. Mr. Lafetuau of Kiilkora motored to Uow Island Mr. E. Reams visiu-d friends at Pleasant View Saturday. Mr. Mc-Clancy v'siled friends at Maleb Sunday. Mr. Ralph Hanuu relumed from Wheat Centre Thursday .whero he had been roundin; ay Ms stock. Ho reports crops are [in? in that part of the province. Mr. and Mrs. Klmor that they have no uso tor barrow of old Iron." Dr. Win. N'lchul, one of Ibe origi- nators ot Ihe Y. M. C. A. In Canada i died at Urantford. I Judge Uaulj has ruled the sal- ary Hamilton is to pay lioborts jus .Medical Otllcor shall be (5.0W. Fourteen abandoucrl babies were found tn the streets London, Kng, in one luoiuh. Frauk Myatt. mayor ol Wolvfrhani- pton, Kng., was prcienteil witli a sti- ver crralle on the Wrtli ot a son dur- Crcston .Ws year ot ;U !riit It: her history. J Jon am, ,alo held _ VI... Mrs. Lorenzo Hnrke. of Huntingdon township, was burned to death. Guelph, Out., tas a building boom.] 'Afier US years service, Chief of. Police Haudall. of Is retiring. Brockviile veterans endorsed the gratuity scheme. rTS v" province. Air. .tun loth, and will have a Ms dance ttamnli of Tnvers. returned hnmc putrefying fowls roltt storage plant, fowl was scarx-e and very dear in Win- nipeg, and the hospitals hod sreal dif- ficulty in securing suflicient to meet the requirements of the patients' diet as prescribed by thp physlcans. Yet. during Ih's rery time, it was conclus- ively proved that hundreds oi fowls were roiling in cold storage, and the I packers refused to sell to the hospi- tals or to anybody else until the hibitli'e price. that the birds were condemned by the health officer and had to be con signed to the incinerator nothing been heard alout this minority to continue las lub- icnptlon. THE TRAVELLING INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS. A number of captains of industry, well and widely known, will be short- ly visiting tbe West. Arrangements for their reception have been made in Calgary. Edmonton, and Medicine Jlat. and financial provision has. _ i woulu mads toward uieeing tbe-eipenses the entertainmenl ot the visitors and periodical only for other contingencies- lu the itin- j ersty arranged, Lcthbridge was nsmed 3S one oT the visiting points. Tbe question 01 the was brought [o the notice of the Board of Trade, and Ihe city council was. likewise, ma'tle 'aware ot. it The matter, however, received a lukeu-ann reception in Ibat it was regarded as on of those period- ical visits, heralded with a sonnd of trumpets; whicb so far as bss'c re- sults went, ended there. At the limn moreover, there was nothing partic- ularity knows as'to personnel of the party. t To.speak plainly' there is' not a ireat to in the matter 6f visits sucb as Ihe proposed Industrial development, .so far a- the prairia West is concerned, a'by-pro-. ijucl of-agricultural. development. Th> pne precedence. of the other There Is much en- ierprise present tlmo io'pnsh to success tbe agricultural Interests, at any rate, of this part of tbe province. It is by no means a good policy to allow the glamor of manufac- turing" industry lo dazzle our eyes BO far as tie agricultural de- velopment goes.'tbe substance should be lost !n the shadow, .There is not a doubl that the time-will come.'with bur irrigation projects in being and at Whitla. Best of music aud a good lime. Everybody cordially invited. Krnest llinck made- a ousiMss Jrip 10 I.ethliriJge tm Mo2day. Fishing parties are very popular. Hill Parker. J. Thorburn. Harry Witu-hcouib and Kmcst JlincS brought home 15 fish Suiclay. Mr and Mrs, Fred Brown and Mr. anJ Mrs. Haney Davis spent Sunday a: :ue home of Mrs. M. J. Collins. Mr. Frank Baker and -Mr. ami Mrs. Beuhrius were shopping in Medicine Hat this week. Mr. and Mrs. Deperv, Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury, Mr. and Mrs. J, P. wllh hltu. World Trade tho Qlwcn o( ,he After 25 vcars' service. J. M. Hood. J to lbo has retired as city treasurer nf Gall. Tho, W. or J6 police majistrate, dc.d. I Osutan Hanker and A. F. were arrested lu Vancouver, charged witU forgery. could what seemed almost a pro-! are spenil'ug a tew days at B r Paarts 1R leaving Onlv tor tbe fact Elk Water. nelt week Idaho. Rev. Harry Woods, of Orion, was rjrejse a commonsense view, and one which must meet with general approv- al''when it'comes to the conclusion that no argument can be put forward why the cold storage plants should nut be taken ont of the hands pi private individuals and corporations, and mn by the government o! Canada for the' people. This would be a def- inite and practical step toward u re- duction in the cost ol living.' Probibitfon may be a good policy but not when applied to wet farming. is.not encoura- god in the Budget proposals Moonshiners-have lost no time In the Medicine Hat dtstncl m learning the lessons ot tbe war In regard to "camouflage.'" visiting a-couple-ot days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul BeuVrThE' rtturn ed from the States this week from a few weeks' visit in Washington nnd Portland. Oregon Halloa Fisher returned Calgars on Wednesday to finish bis comnrer cial course. He came to assist his father put in tie help wa so scarce- Mr. and .Mrs. II. J. Collins and Mr and Mrs. Jack Webster motored ti Medicine Hat this week. Mrs. Howard Flett returned to he home in Calgary, motoring via Leth iridge. where she -vras1 meet Mr Flett. [Miss A. M. Mscdonald, junior schoo teacher, spent the -ffeek-end in Med cine Hat. Mfss Inez, daughter, of "Xlr. and Mr Oapl. Sam; Jordan, seriously injured -in Alfred Larson, surprised her mother tl (Continued oVi jia'ae iourl conSiiftee. in Yhiir re- becasls river, ore. express, the great concern with htch they had reviewed the recent ropaganda of western grain grow- rs tor the complete removal of cer ilu customs duties for sweeping eductions' In others, coupled with roposals that the revenues lost b> artft reductions1 should be recovered Toronto says new tnkation nuwsures of a is not illegal, ew and highly' experimental nature. "If tnese demands were granted." aid tDe reporL '-'widespread would-result and-all classes-iri he country would-suffer.' Vou'r nitlea are convinced that Ihe moye- nent to secure these tariff reductions ins in view step by step ultimate free rade between Canada and the United Stales. Thus it follows that oar fis- cal policy would be determined, not Canada, but in Washington. It fundamental that the maintenance of our separate British nationality depends upon the retention of our freedom to share our protective cus- toms laws to serve our own needs. Same Old Arguments trade with the United States would sweep away all protection which Canadian jobbers and whole- salers, enioy In their .direct dealings in European, Asiatic and South Amer- ican commodities. On account ot the vast United States shipping and their convenient ports, free trade Kingston, was a train wreck. A Lord's Day Alliance officer at Toronto says that flying ou Sunday Masca Rijch Pianos Last for Life Let us lell you how eaty we'll make the lorms. Ask fur StyU Booklet. Mason RUch Matheson Murray, an old Xorra Out., boy has begun .his Ee'cond year as Mayor ot Glasgow, Montana. Joseph Crowe, a labor candidate. fills a vacancy in the Pelerboro city council. Mayor .Mitchell, of Bowmanville. re- signed as a protest against the coun- cil's action ou an estate. j The Wealdstone Council. Harrow.1 Bng., refused the offer o! a damaged German machine sun an the grounds sbow.Tliir, U qnilc In of with the in TotrograO M'iscow, Central- Comin'ttf-e -rims (From Our Own CorrMppndenf> (iRA.VLBA, June Gilbert and Mrs.-Gilbert, church, Bow Island, were- Tlaiiora in the. dIs- Irlct Tuesday.' Vrai J. Carson arrived :nefe Calgary, reluming lo Bow Island Wednesday iirt dotripany with tier mother. Prouse and f: '3IcIj. Carlson motored lo Bow Island Wednesday. Mrs. M.-Mlllar la riuite Illln'Ih5 fcdlclne Hal Mr. W. Small and son.-'-who jeen visiting relativeiiin1 the district, returned'-to their home at Chatham, Onl. Mrs. Small '-corilerriplates; r nrnlng itiis fall to Kafrest. Hal Wares ma'ds 'R tiiislncss Irip'lo Bow Island Wednesday. Sir. FrledenburgMinlsIied breaking on Joe Jlaslel's farra'Krlday anS ro- moved bis steam qlilflt t6 his homo al Ji There was1 hsire bul It ilia little damage, -gome farm: ers report Ihe wire'-WoVrp to work- ing fields." The; arc looking good and growing wpldly. ilain is ttteded'lo'kilt'the SltiislatJ lliistlc.'.or .lii'tre wUl be fields plowed up thin coming' week, for summerlallow, Mr Clarence H'nf-kel met-wilh an aoclclfnt-Woilnealay, batlly tiln liaiifl with enfiiiH! .whlll I'low- Mr. 'nnil MH. l-miid Carlson. Mm, llft.rgp nnd .Mrs. Tom wfrc vis'ljors In'Merlli-lfic Hat'Thurs- day. Mr. Hall rarlfon rwBiilly rolurneii 'Keep Step Fashion's Safety Razor sheriock7Buiiding TheNew Kit Set No. 20 The Pocket Edition Gillette Bound in Seal-Grain LeatKer "It I was buying another Gillette Safety enthusiast when he saw the new Kit Set, pictured above, "I would certainly want that one! "It not only preserves all the good points of my old moping Wend, but it is as compact as any razor set! have ever seen, and takes the least room in the travelling bag. "And then the black, seal-grain case is so dignified appealing to any man who is particular in his I suppose you are asking a pretty price for that Noj the Set THE filLLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL .153. These Razors are R. A. WRI0HT 1898 Lethbridge's Biggest and Finest Jewelry StoKe Balmoral 1019 ;