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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta riff. FRIDAY. 27, 1919 Ube MLV AND WEEKLY ftU LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT INtt COMPANY, LIMITED ItrMt South. Loth'brldji W A- Buchanan ad Managing Director Tvruce Ba-'lueJi Vinijw TtLEPHONES 12S2 1294 r Audit Burfiu of ClreulalUM. RiUs: ItllTirad, ser Dally, dellTered', per year 17. .i by mail, per rest bl null car yeu lo U.S.. 11.00 DutM el Mplry ol lubicripttoai ip- 4aUy DD addieia label. Iccspl of Diners eiptrtUop lj ftr utaority lo contlnai Idol I LI at Its paih va3 etaincJ with blood ol innumerable murders. Tbe explaaa.ltm oi ihe Slrike t lin skirts arou-iJ these facts, auil ir touches ihe matter of "Bolshevifci 1 funds' gingerly, indeed. Tho j men behloJ ine Strike Bulletin are j now payiug Ibe penalir lor an assUa- ous aud reckless of Bol- viVi Ideas in the Labor News which his been going oa foi months. apology of ihe STTJSJ Bulletin at iU face it is de- monstrated that these Eien were play- ins wilh fire; and iu yiew of the etenls ol Saturday ihe irudo union- ifls ol Winnipeg are ablo lo see for themselves results play- ing wlih such lire brought en This communlly." HIT in REACHING SETTLEMENT. One of the most hopeful and encour- Ltgirjg Items o! news is I! affects the oeople of Southern Alberta is That (ometIilag la the war of a bula of Agreement has been arrived at be- Iween Ihe Federal and Provincial tJoTernmenls in regard to the irriga- tion projects. There are no sufficient details at, this time to Snow exactly what Ibis means so far as It relates to the-immediate prosecution ol the Irrigation works. But there la hope LABOR AND WAGES. The following letter from J. Ogdsn Arsc'-ir to Secretary Wilson cf the Department of Labor has been sub- mitted to us. Mr. .Armour's letter says: Tbe greatest danger to our econom- ic structure today arises I'rura ihe fail- ure Of many recognize a new and higher lorel of prices, basc-d on per- manently Increased cosi of labor and high taxation. Those who postpone building or buying in the hope of ma- terially lower prices are speculating j ID. the" future misfortune of the nalion. for f point prices, when reaching the profit is eliminated, ni pactc. depression unemployment. anJ other trouble. "Jn ibe fins! analysis 75 or more of the cost of most of Tie com- modiiies consist of labor, and reduc-" lions fn Ihe market price of commod- ities are, therefore, inevitably re- flected in ihe compensation of labor. "Nothing in the lahor situation war- rants anyone in expecting materially lower cost of commodities In general and building In particular. Wages wilt not be Jess, for several .fundamental OTTAWA. June T. 11. Kelder, Shoe recently appointed "ideal cl or. Out., AuH'aY.oluon McCreaily company, lor 29 ye until Then a director of the did not Consolidated Kuuber company, Tbe pro la the cost or living ol less than yesterday afternoon, fur as his the United Slates Rubber rued, the ta controlled the slocTi of tha There top tariff v Ile also ?ald during the not drop fiw yiMi-i iho cost of crude Sail hdd declined. In 1312, il vas a and pounJ, and it was now eenis a pound. TUo cost of ot I goods had not advanced in the ant! ratio as leather goods, and had sa gotto up to the retailer nioro than of ati per cent. Prices charged by Mas firms for the rubber goods at S same, Iho largest company niade lil 1916 the prices and the oihers followed. but si nst of producing was greater than fore the were du As to the Anies-Holden business an i? slated lhat staled t percentage ol profit In Iho last S per cent years was 2.G. profli on a pair sora biws was a little over 13 cents. price in orders since 1916 amounted to States, but sum of and tho. from 30 amounted lo the bor Mr, Detwiler ol tho Hydro lo retai liirnr v ULKMANu GRENADE FOR WASHh nf ha nil P IA AICKED UP IN SSING TDK THE UU6Y MAN rhich bas been in busl- ycass, declared that the average 6 per t on a of shoes uo effect oa There might be competition removed, but prices by counsel and jmui.ttee, on tbo and" definltoness of d his company was a company or 5. -It had been doing t. -Thomas sinco 1912. losses amounted to ice 1916. the fains had Tho profits in recent ut Mic UrSt- reasons, viz.; "1. Tbe practical stoppage of migration since 1914, -depriving Amer- 1UI Instilled that -Eonielbin; will be done. II there has been anylhlng of half- tmtc fceartedness or JnKeTraminers on Ihe iea ef-the several million of workers iart of some In regard to irrigation, j who normally Irave'come lo onr the present dry spell cannot but Lave completely, destroyed It. If (here Is Beed'ol'anj argument that successful with stabilitj" that spells suc- is LnposE'rble in ibis part of the prartnce without IrngatJon, thai ar: lament has been indisputably Inrn- Iched by the experience Oils part of the connlrr is now going relation In which Southern 'ilberta .stands (o irrigation and its ibTOltt'te if nas teen prcn elilpiBd- "This part ol toe connlry has to aee where its have the QoTernmfcUla tr ni ibipJd'liaTB. sensed. That they have lone so Vindicated by the information tlutT .to the dirisioa re- iponslljilJty an understanding has reached. Thb people of Sontb- Alberta hare somelbing al leajl to live in hope for. U ra to ba siocere- their aspirations will li.Thera should be nothing in LheiTBT o'f'a bllch to keep irrlBatlon from raa- terlil.ilny In this part of prov- II is nol alone local need, tt isVlfar more reaching than that and raiy be rEgarded as a Federal flriii) a ''Proviotial concern In Ibs im- roeiialB and extended benefit il will jiYjng. Ttie people cf Southern Alberta bate hecQ a fiope. It vavlii be K Crinle were ibat hope to end In dls- -For this tbere can be iad no Intended To Do. Everything They Could (o Wreck the New Republic "2. The reletition br..the. nation's millUry end'naval estahllshments of nearlr TtorXers, which may continue indefinite ueriod. '3, The creation ot new Industries snch as and manufacture of chemicals and dyes, requiring hun- dreds of IhQijEands ot -worfee-.s. "4. The urgent demand for build- ins aEi cons tract ion of eTerr class, due to their having been forcibly held back for several years. "5. The shortage of the Trorld's food stipply. "6. The proportionately higher lev- els of exUUng'prac- tlcally all over Europe. the one hand, then, we are facing star cage of'labor as soon as we approach normal] indus- trial aetKltj, and on the other hand there U confrpntlDg ns a tremeadous unsatisfied "demand for many neces- LONDON, June announces that of June 22. German officers were fornieu" np on the deck oE the warship ..Re- venge under an armed guard, .wrtb- Adm.ral Von Reuter and big front. Admiral Sydney Freemantle ness ifilh somttbirg theoretical and nothirig practical In the thape of a way last -paragraph of his Jetter eiprefses an Ideal thaugbl, but with conc'erns like the Pallon'Mannfactur- Ing Company a.nd (he Domfnlon Tex- tile Co. It. Is open to'much doubt whether the Ideal can ever become Ihe real. Mr. Armour's argument for high prices along wilh high wages, is noth- ing new. We 'nave seen it advanced befnre. Al beat il Is bul a specious one. There Is one thing which he has la explain and.lhai In how an export- ing co'JTilry can hold Us own In the markets of Ihe world wilh own standard of prices. Again if what be advances hold good when Is Ihe world lo go back to normal times? going Letter fol l "Posen, Jpne 21, 1919. "TUe governmenL will sign. Never- theless.' Hording1 (prorlnclal presi- dent) will proclaim for Silesia and WJff (provincial vice-presidenl) for Western and Kaatern Prussia, war the east. The will officially declare JU opposition Hut will the action by eyery'ineang, has telegraphed today: 'Send my large parcel to mans had violated all laws of civili- zation. Adm ira I Renter replied he was for wha.1 had been done" lie felt bo fcad done what any Briliah sailor would have done wilder (he same circumstances, Tho prison- ers were then marched olf. Stanley Hope, of St. John. drowned by falling from a bo whtch ha was playing, An inquest will be hell into tl.o death or Itlnlr Moncton, N.B., who died suddenly. Mrs. Margo, Montreal, waa drug- ged, beaten and robbed by an armed gang of masked robbers. Western Canada meat pack era have Imported several thousand carcases of Australian mutton. Dr. Bruce Taylor, .principal d Queen'a University, Is lo receive the degree of Doctor of Laws from La- rayctle University, Easlon, Pa. Will of Dr. J. Swing Mcara. Phila- delphia, leaves lo Harvard Universlly for study of nVlhods ot reforming criminals by surgery. William Ramsay, a former Toronto wholesale merchant financier, who made B gill to Tor- onto cnarlttcs a vear ago, died In Scotland, aged 84. A fine gold watch, suitably engraved was presented" to each of eighty re- turned soldiers of Lancaster. Bain3- .villa and vicinity. Chief Georges Aegis, ol the Mont- agnals Indians, 'leaded a delegation go- ing lo Ottawa lo obtain help for-needy families of trapp'ers. John Bolton, R fisher of Nlagara-on- ran out ot easollne, and h ing no oars in his boat, the launch was adrift two days and a night. A serious wreck occurred en tin G. T- n. at Princeton, when an axle oa a freight broke. Ten cars -.were derailed and two E ma shed. Herbert Lloyd ol Hay Bay, his daughter and granddaughter, were all killed, as also their team of horses, when, struck by a fast Inun wlrile drly- :g into Napaoec, United Fanners hare -.n'onlnntfitl F. O. Sandy, of Omemee, In East Vic- toria, aad J, r'oy of-Dorcs town- warden of Ken, In WosL KeoL, for toe Ontario legislature. Rev, T. A, Rodger, who has heco loved too many. Alleged his wife In asfctug a divorce. U. S. farmers' National Council, with a mwDberjhip of bas eil- Governmcnt, ownership of dciu- ocrallc operalJnn of railroads. The boiler rxploslou Iu Cane's fac- tory Newmarket, Out., has already caused five deaths. Mrs. Fares, wife of Dr, O. W. Fares of Port Colborne, was struck by a street car and died of her injuries. Dr. G. E. J. Lnnnln, oj Ilanilllon. has n supromq court for J1U.OOO damages for slander against HOT. Dr. S. Hants' Nelson. It U un- derstood that us a result of ILo iuvcs- lleatlou by tho medical association of Ihe charges made by Dr. .Nelson Jn re- gard lo local physicians lhat the de- fendant razzed the plaintiff as o.'io of the physicians to whom ho referred when cbargiuE" that members of Iho profession had overcharged sonio Chinese for medlcKl semcea. -jna llamler. was married fn 1S4S, ami lired in Port llurwell [or sovcnty Mra. N'athau Kitch is fruly one of years. Two sons arid two daugl-lcrs Canada's pioneers, for she' was born arc living, and Mrs. Fitch' Is at pros- fit Faiis in IS15, and lias nt- cnt making tier homo with ono of her taincd the greal age of 104. Jlrs. sons, Mr. Nathan Fllrli, in Cortland. Filch, whose niaidon name was Prcm- Onl. SJlver Plaletl JD well while they uil'. SolM Silver nlwajrB iveara tlio eanie, so with pianos. Lots of varnish will make any piano look good what's underneath? You never have to guess or worry with a MASON RI6CH "Tho Balmoral Block' Kome of the Vlctrola" Albert Grant and Samuel Frederifiton, N. B.f boya, had a narrow escape from drowning .while gathering driftwood, when their boat eapalzed. A pariniDent Irrigation commiMcc (he Board of Trade would not be a bad idea. METROPOLITAN LIFE "DISTRICT OFFICES 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK' THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD NVHY YOU SHOULD BUY METROPOLITAN 'POLICIES BECAUSE il'ia a Mutual Company; all profits belong to ihe holders. i" BECAUSE all Its policies are parUclpi'.me al rales lower than other .company In the world. BECAUSE your family needs the protection. BECAUSE delay l.i 'Jangcrmis; you may 'not IB able lo gel one morrow. Was One of the Acknowledged In Floral Business preeenl condliiona, Ihe mm who jels (rrigatlon [a going to siiy with It. ff, as Is alleE.ert, (here are gambling JoInU Within a small radius of the pollro atallon, It Is up lo Ihe pollco force lo gel bw. It h llje surntner, Kbur> (t hB Ihe vrinter of our fllstonlcnt.. Theie la much for a >'espun3lhle ernment (o look forward In and to maie preparations for. Tin jaji-jM Is.lli 6f sucli concerts tile 'Co, shlcbi ami fl the Pallon >fann. TPI- A Patent Leather Tlmt (in is very rlres.iy; llsro Is ona tlial will lil, l.i a stylish anil will he comfortable lo -sonr. It has a medium hclehlh heel, which makkn tl a gooU Widths A to D., A3K TCI BE FITTED. SHOtS FOB ALL AGES W t NELSON Ca" SHERLOCK BLOCK' 7th STREET STORE (Calgary Jferald.) Mrs. N'ellfo Clarke, man aser of the Campbell Horn! Company, and of lale employed by tne Kmery rioral Company, died In Ihe Ocnernl Hospital at early hour Monday morning, followln? an Illness of Iwo weeks. Khe underwent a snrloua operation a short lime ago and never recovered from tne effects. Mrs. Clarke was known throughout the west as one of tho experts In the floral Coming lo Albcrlft In from England, where she was born 48 years ngo, Mrs. Clarke, her and younu daughter, Doris, selllcd In where Mr. Clarke built Iho ( greenhouse ever erected Iri Ibe sdiilhern city. The Tcrrlll Floral Company bought out the Clarke concern In IfClnbrldgG, and It was shorlly niter (hlo'lhat Mr. Clarke died. Mrs. ClarJre anil her daughter c lo Calgary In '1903, and noon nllor- wards was engaged lo lake cliargo ol Ibe Campbell Floral Company, where she remained up fo e monlhn ngo, when BHA renlgnerl to 3 poslllon wilh Hie Kmcry Company. In Hie paislng of .Mrs. Clarke, Cal- gary has Mil nn eatecmcd citizen, for lady was familiarly known lo a wide circle of friends, 'who will be deeply to learn nl her death. Tho only relative-led lo mourn her loss 13 a daughter, Mrs, Thomas Pea. cook, ThB funeral was bold on Wed- nesday afternoon from the Armstrong Home, where Ilnv. Mr. Sykes of Centrnl church, conduct- ed Ihe service. Oet your Victrola now and be prepared (or llio summons fan. A'Ictrolas from up. We invite you to corno in our slorc nnd hear the following June records; The Old Lag Cabin In Ihe Lane, jung by Alma Gluck 18543 Dear Old Pal of Mine nnd When You Look in tha" Heart of a Rose, Waltzes, Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra. J8540 By the Campflre and I'm Forever Blowing bubbles. That Tumble Down Snack In Athlone and Stnilo-and the World Smiles with You. 74S69 Spanish Dance by Jascha KeKetz, BALMORAL SLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, "His Maker's Voice" DANCE RECORDS V" 1TI1 a Victrola and "His Master's Voice" Records, anybody can dance anytime, any- where) and we may dance to any measure we please, from the, old- fashioned waltz or minuet, to the litest glide, one-step, or trot. .1 90 cents for 10-inch, double-sided' Trom litre lo tam Time Old Fci Pom Jam-rMellty HonVj Qn-Suf VictorifililiryHindi [jfvjj Yoill Find OW Dhklind h liiit Blst-FM Troti AIISdrTrio ItHl DorOWPd of Yau Look In'the Jltirt of J. C. Smiih'sOrch. I8S4J Royii I. C.SmllK'jOiehcilrt 18541 Swtd Foit Kid No Loyln'. lor a Lonffv Lonf Frintien's Society OrcKuIn 18514 for 12-inch, double-sided Vnli Smith's 3MJI Held OTtr Alwiys Chulne Vnli Smilti'i Orrbcslrl 35tS2 tuve If (o Ftx KimUler Smilh'j HnilaUm Culle HoriKOrclrcjIri. JiJrj.. Watli Mijlily Ijk' I HcKfC'i Mlisourl Me Wllli Smilh s Orchulil J5M3 from 434 Ioi597 (lold on cAty pay- mi-.nrt, Aik for copy of bur 620.pfige Muiicftl Encyclopedia, lilting MOO "His Mulcr'i Voice" Recoiil. Hear them at any "His Maker's Voice" dealers Manufaclured by Berliner Gram-O'phonc Co., Montreal We Sell Victor Records The Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;