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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MGSFOUR THE LETHBHIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED M South, W A. Bucrunin and Uinijinj Director Builusu TELEPHONES 1H2 ,1224 AMdll Bureau of CireuUtlaM. (.ubicrlptlon Rilti: eUy. per Uy. delivered, per re" mily, hr P" Wwily, bi mill, per yeir bjm.U DltM ol eipliy or inscriptions an- letr dally OCL addreu Accept- IBC4 of paper! liter expiration li nr Ktiwity lo tat proposes a policy destruction to find In a comuiou basis ol mis- ery its eipectej hopes (or rc-fon- slr-jcilou. We have not losi. l-iiiit in our Government nor in our fellovmeu; we know trial hive in our keeping the continuity of our Goveranwnl. lhu perpetuation of our-'common wvKare. and we believe that It-Is necessary cratlo government by a few self- selected rulers to preside oter Uie destinies of n Amer- ican people. The very assump- tion of power or ,'lliae'ii by those who have sedej former iruth to Ihe asser.ion that .what- ever changes-ot this Vind hive been'made.'ono autocracy has suc- ceeded In which lie.' last condi- tion of the people was worse than Ihe firsthand the'very lac! tbat 'a few assume, to-control the wel- fare nnd the destinies of the niiny sels at naught all ot their f re tenets to a common rule by the common people' for tire' com- mon people. x .The problems ol Labor are th problems ot lie world all_ovcr. .-jlng -place io lodiy Is mirrored In tie States In other countries.- The writer cannot be ac- cused ot belonging to a class that is tasiicnably styled privileged, and his utterances can, therefore, be regard- ed as unbiassed ami without preju- dice. a heavy Reneral rain at the end of the week a 49 per cent crop are lair, provided Hie rail! Is general euough aud hojvy enough Quick Action on Part of Fernie lDe croli Fire Hrig-.tde Saved prospects cine half and tils week, will be critical in deciding whether there wilt-bo even 6, hall crop or a total Some dUtricls. particularly ulons Houses Abandoned J tp The era r'EKN'lE, Jul'.fc niter- JIGKED UP .ASSING KOHT11E llt-'SY E J Smllh, of Cockburn Island, hid his Ics broken by u log rolling upou it. Sarnia slrtet railway rncy will re- ive a day aud CO ceuls, on hour erlimc. llaitte New. Wlddifield. was killed lightning while going to her bed- Toronto, "pn-'seiileil Miss Knoi. prlu- vipal for tivenlyrBve years, with a hou- qucl and a motor car.- Tho girls al preei-ul lu attendance, gave her a. I brooch ami present liic-mUars j ot the stuff a gold wrist walch. noou a general call fJr the Ore brigade sounded here and It was soon u-.ii.ied ll'.st a call for help had been received by phone tronl Xatal, slating that the IQWU was in danger of being wiped out by n forest fire, which come over the mountains from the dir- eclioc ot Sparwood. i Cief MeDousal, his two- eons and I Uphill at once, began', prepira- tioris to BO up and tho Crowj Nest Coal got n. tusciil T train ircadx to run over IUC..G- X. with liose id other appliances which could-be. vireil lo-joulat the Barnes, f The leclal was coon on the wat wiili liief Mcllousal. Mayor ITpbill and members of ins brigade, accompanied yseveral provincial police. Upon orriTal at. it was THE RIOTING IN WINNIPEG VTVhen an exaggerated sense ol liber-j ty'nins lo license and In the process minds so obsessed defy law and au- thority, iben in the inevitable atier- matb.'is proclaimed the truth ot Hying tbat whom the gods wish to destroy tiey first send mad. This Is the moral ol the tragedy ts'.ased on [he streets of. Winnipeg on Saturday. The results of iha rioting; in ihe loss of life and In the injuries recorded, where, as is often the case inisncb happenings, the Innocent suffer are .'to b-i deplor'ed. v ail Uie guilt falls on the beids ol those wbo forced the tiigic situation: coming-through from Winnipeg show that Ihe action the 'Mounted Police, came Jrom witnmSnd not trom without the mob. JTh_e; the crowd wis'in'cSt'ratent'iou proclama- lion ol of-Winnipeg framed. "aVit cSnnot iui; b'e'.'reaspned, inleresta ,ol pe'a'ce and Border, to eppijed.'tp..-_in- Save the water. There should be no let-up in the agitation for irrigation. On ihe principle that a man should piy for what the meler sys- tem has ils argument. The Germans have solved the prob- lem as to how (heir navy should be dealt with. To-deny Irrigation to Southern Al herta will be short of a DUtuu flimcsSl: SMteriel; presence ol "liw -aid order, ma' the apjearaioe ot tie' Mounted'. Police, ahould b.We been snlflclent lo call thr attention" of theVoilSat-the'gather IDE was atte all. were not on Ihe'scene of thei 1 own Trill but In ,fc jfdere treated, according to th rtports to a fusilladfe of toads were visited th .mth of tie aon who i rieir, action, snored Ibat they ha lo3L-all of Human ni (ire ls--tunian whether It i- ifilhin B rfi coat: or iweed and. if. It can ba proved, does not appear lo "be the lha 1 the Mounties eKeeded lieir nutho Iry, In "tie circumstance allowance mist be. made for provocation, WOIB luan aiiy Uw ot-'eiiida. wnMl be suffered lo ruled by! mob law. Those who make I a riot" of'reason Invite Ihe iueni? and have themselves lo hUme. RlK'nl can only be sustained hy'rlghli-and a'-denionstTalloD of whet rishl in lie of a The meier system in the ose tier Is something: which tbe tore i_preient.circumstances-compels th ttention-of all IhoigMful cllliins. i-.: 'I 'it. Oia -present" irezther. forces th giilline Ihe irn alien .be recjt- ned r Upon orrTa nc-1 apparent thai llercdlpan efforts be save the i _ own. and the Fernlo continsent at nco joined'in the fight Tor a lime. It looked as. though tho re fiend would win its way Into the own, in which cise-uo hope oi saving any considerable portlorf ot it conlu he" entertained. JIany inhabi- tho Crow from Uarnvrell wesl to tho the Irrigation area crops In most fields are not prac- tically a fallureJ Kasi ol Uarnwell and along the ForcmJsl branch Ihere still chances for a Talr average. The same Is true along the Aldersyde and Macleod branches. Along the Colitis ana Cardston branches rain Is verr badly needed. Crops In'.lhe Irrigated area aro good enfepl where tarmcrs waited too lonk i make use of Ihe "irrigation water. Tho alfalfa crop iu Ihe l.elhbridg Irrigation belt Is Ihe best ever seen Sup' FalrBcM "of the Exffr'r Fari.i Elates that it is eislly Ihe heav lost "he has ever sreii la Southern A' hi'rln Plenty of fields will cut tw tout Ihe, first cutting. Cul'ii'B wi stait this week. The Iny cioii In th Pinctcr Creek district hoirtrci wi a failure. The outlook loi feed i pop.- unless ,ralus nloD and the secon'd growth ar. Tain fields Is .cut for hay. NOBLEFOHD KOBLBFORD, June "Old So has been giving us n Inste of his fu power durin- the last tew days an as a result there is much anilely as me "ops. .Today Is but there is n strong' wind Wowin would-Sc very welcome a round. Himy of Uie crops, am si standing up well, bat rain must com this week. ants women and children, were re mover! to safely aud tie men fought ike tigers st bay Ic, Keep out the flames Iron Uio surrounding brush, arid decaying slashings fro'm reaching Lhe houses. .1, IL Vras Ions past midnight before the. fighters began to sea victory end all night they remained 'at their fast; Tha very wcalHcr ot Lhe past days, together with-a high wind, treated conditions >hich were hard and difficult to combat." Had the town' of Natal, been set ditions in this dlstrlc.1 have bee.n-Tery lOame. Michel would have been placed unfavorable, during the-_pasL weet., 1SV.AND, (Fmm Our Own CorrCEP BOW ISliAN'D, Juno co om. James ames l.ondou. was seriously njurcd by belne kno'ciod down by a Claires to havo. the youngest of Q "IJ.'.by Ut-nd'1 In CinsiUi. A bom in Arcola at 2 p.m.. and before a o'clock :i Thrift Elaran had becu bought for II! Because my adot-tcd daughler was j disobedicut, 1 LtquealU her SI nnd uol read lha will ot Hudoliili Kah, New York, leaving the bulk of his estate to his Demanding lhat a policeman lock bp a bml an American who. he said, bad "insuttrJ the Kals- cr" in an argument. 1'aul Cuspersou, N'ow reel car. 11 K Government will lose J41.S.S1.- S3 on Ihe sale of wool costing 00.000. Fifty AyrshirVcTllle t.l Strlnsflold. lass.. Fold for an average of.JLM 11 cad. _ Waller Wiliton. heir ID vas killed at Uellefonialnc. Pa., when ii aujo upset. A Los Angeles girl p'olnted a hair brush at a-man sho louud In her room He lied In lerror. D S Palerson. Chitham. more than 25 years on Iho staff oMhe Institute, Is resigning. Out of 200 bibles esauiihed at Ihe St Thomas Child Welfare elhibit; were SS per cent, per- fect v York, was. arrested aud fZ- Waller llajec. who jercutry won tho United Stales open golf champion- bfp. will go lo England neil season o.compelo for the British open title- American nrmy crews', are lu traln- ng af Ihe tbrth-" coniinR regatta yi which Ihey will medt Canadi, New Xealand, Australia, Oxford nnd Cambridgq. Fire destroyed IhsSlcthodlst cliurcli at New Aberdeen.' {Services aro-non leld in ice Orftngo Iloll, U. S. bftdts hold abuul SoS.OtlO.OOO vrhiskey ;warehouse -receipts, fo which, in.'iuost inslances, Ihe liquor lljell Is sole security. over Zeebrugge, managed to avoid capture by guiding his plane Dutch lerrllory, where he was- Inleni- ed, October 3, 1915', as an entrant lu the race ot the Lob- How Mason Are Built book wltS 17 iilcluroj) ASK FOH DQOKLET "INSlOE INFORMATION" wlikli pictures every In the. making or (ho famous oW MASON fi RI.SGH Wo sell on "easy .rttrm's. Write for Style Booklet, dcsv crlblng ai prices from "FACTORY-TO -HOME" Rlnrb 'Tho Balmoral, Block Komc ol. the Vlctrola" 51193 May Barnhart ol Cornwall, a -school leacber, and Gus Bradley are believed lo have been drowned in Ihe lour-miles below Pres- cott. __ Former pupils ot Havergal Hall, ilnn Dally Ma'.l'B pan stoj' trans Allantic tllgtit John T. Jlilllken.. Si. chemic- al manuracturer, loft an.estalo value I at and In of donhtful value. in grave danger, and at times it-iooli- ed a certainty that iho-E3nYes could not be stayed in Iheir' course up the. ralley Today, the'wlnd nas been ria- Ins' rjulle tusly this alternoon but it is felt that imminent danger.has 'The'- sinking-oi'tie" German ships y tlie Germans are unregeaerate and in the way I.' TKe Is evidently one thai must'sllll be obeyed, as evidenced by .he-Hnn Admiral that in the staking of toe ships he was only, following Ihe-dictates'of him whom he sUll considers bis master. KaJser- ism in Germany is very hard to kilt II ilrs. Alfred Horton may be aJTdca .a leader ot faihloyj, she must he cpmpliniented on eiercising a very commendable restraint, as Urn-follow- ig-Item" in relation to Uie-coit of I lliuo aauiagu uuuc. T has'not been definitely deiermio- tor a heavy very socu. edwhal started.the --fire; but; it cimo COALDALE The two dnys ot fiol .irinds damaged lot of the crops nnd unless rain within the nest few days the crops on many ol the fields -will Ire failures. There are oi are itill holding their-own or have liltlo damage done. All are auiious from the direction of U. F. A. Sun J. P: Baldwin 'Farm- ers' New [From Our' Onu CorreiwiMciil) Juce U-F.Ai Sen- day -was observed at .Caalinle, last COALDALE (From pur Own Correspondent) CDALDALE, June is no iise trying It) deny that many parts of Ibis district are Buffering severely .trom droughts, Jlany farmers have not succef-ded lor .some reason or other iiugetilng-Uieir.graiiv watered Dry land farmers are suffering severe- ly. Hundreds arcyalready h'urnt out and Jn i many areas it, is hopeless, as far a "crop Ihls year is concerned. f Some'farmers blirne the C.P.U. I ot delivering the water; some spsn oo much for rain to Snnday. committee testifies: arnlog from such sordid-things as'beet and pola committee was mob nwess onstitute "and bacon; the led in the afier- spiriteJ account of- how one woman torced herself to ecpno- mlza'by b'uying last season's hats at half price., The liidj testifying to her. ixjwer.'ln tnls -matter was -Mrs' Alfred" Horton, ol Ottawa, Bosomworth spoke rignt: The forces of law and order fiaVe'been created'hr Ihe people .for tVe enforcement ol law and order, la "'not lexical that foe people should make c? no avail lie weapons which tjiy Jtnennebea "hare lorgtd to be uied 'm Just such emergencies-that In "Winnipeg fallal tor on Salnrdayl -To aely' conslitufed authority mni h'firJE.'tbE results of" arid It the results are.snch, as. are the _ heads of those who Intol --Dragooning milhods In. .all :.and eiVirT-clrcn'msUnce are 'lo Nobody tan uphold them .in Ini eense that they are Invariably Jttsilliatle, but erery phase ol Ihe taken Into consld- In paeaing Indgnient, and Uie glirnpf of, .not. suffered to onWelgh reasorf. .if' every Individual of-'combinational Indlfldnsls are al- lowed to be', a law to; himself or lo tfjeraaeVes.-'lhen. conslllullpnal ao- ihprllr tecom.ea a larce and clvlliia- Ijrr.i Till" be'hurled back to those primitive days .-when -the -laws of Iho that Ihe tariff was Iho of all high prices .'in Canada, She was willing- to -Trail; a- year-and bny a 535 hat tor }15. With- al, wore a Ve'ry becom- ing black slraw hat adorned with a pink Telegram. Co a return presented In Ihe House ot Commons the Dominion Income tai up lo April 31 yielded innnay. .111. isuauiLiYiuitu alraight out on the "task'ot leadership that confronted Ihe U-P.A.-; The crowd fair but-not whit 11 should have been. -IncUrrnially; ;lt-iE'.n tair-ques tlon. when many Coalflaje; .farmera know what f or, Thursday U.P.A- meeting was addressed by Messrs: S if Dunham .and L.'Peterson.- :Abou n baker's dozen were-cul, EO lha Coaldate rf.sldtii.ta.--oac.e. more ceederl 'in-EiviilB the impression 1 outsiders tbal .they talpayer3 numbering Arthur's, rcpDrtlDg ,he I Coaldale, ___ _ of tbcfissn'es o! appreclat a discussion .The Conldala' baseball'iteani. wen Taler at last Saturday, ..but (joalhurs d6wn-4o defeat on-Tiiesday- On th whole, the-local organ Izallon: is show- ing a dahgeroui. cdmblnitlo and the spme. reaso lo congratulate- th'einselvei.- Big Price for'Land The Coaldale Really .Co.- sold the quarler-seclion Jusl'sou'lu of.Mr. Mc- (rrom Our Own corrBEnondETil> FERNIE June usilzes of he Eas! 'Kootenay district ad- ounied last the'damage suit agaiusl lie Great North- ern Hallway, hy Brown, in which the plalnlilS claimed a result of a flre which it vat alleged had been started .from .trains onihat road. The timber dnmagcd lies a- feic. inlles south of Elko, on the llne'from lo Rcltordu and the flre'look place i'n'1617. 'After hearing.Iho'evl dence and listening to the urguraents in the case, His Lordship reserved judgment End the court was adjourned. A.-ft and. A. MncNelll appeVcil lor and Fisher and Law acted tor' the uuie; "some hive too extensive farma 6 be handled with great success by; rrlgalion. ._ N -WINNIFRED Y-. th STREET STORE Lake Superior! playing around Lipper fi WbijfcTmwtnt a O you to -remVniber Superior-n-ver What ?f you don't spare for a Fonn if you find you've gel than you counted atnut a week en River, furly milas frrJm Forl with 'canaea anJ campfirei and ..while wate- uhdcr the rrfdra iptdklet) iroul you know whit lo do wilh? For fufthtr foiervitloni, ipply J. CORDON ;