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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE LKTH BRIDGE DAILY HEHAIJ> XY. JUNE 28, 1019 She Derate JTNE LETHBRIOQE HERALD PRINT- INU COMPANY. '.IMITSD tth ilrwt South. W A- 'Bucninori iud Clncloi MB Twrmct Builnui iluaju TELEPHONES OfTIct Audit Bureau or Circ Rllii: t fcllr. or wily. bj niill, ywr ll.SO Vtakly, by sull. per re" to U.S.. 13-00 Dttei'of eiDlrj oi nHjicrlptkmi i> Kir on iddrui Accapl; of jiajwrs altar eiptlllon date I> old liue pollclej were KTited. '.ho COUWJT ueeJs the present lime la new limpa lor tho oM. Mea new ihoujht a blgseT jrssp of things ara eosomial today. Tba _ raopli sre Lbiafclnc of thetiselyus and an noi willing to be wllh follow Iha bjalen tricks which Kiperlences hare j hcrt-n TO ba -irorn oui. Tho cMatloo.oI naw [nj'-auies are stenttsl to tho rounlrj. Bus let us not in tho old cut and polices suffer lo be created FttnltensleLns of :he catufe of tie Pailoa Msjmfsctcr- Ing Ompaui inJ ihe like. Such Ir.- aw tbe ghocis thrive Ike swest of Ihe brow of bor- eEl QieQ and woraen. ..There should fee rothlng of Monto Carlos cf mfnor scale suli'ered. In Ihe cltv. 'les. Tooraer, Ririe nnd Bing- ham Hunted to The Ground SS .1 happv weei Tor s nambcr of Mas. E Uut Farmers of That District Are Views On Irrigation Store" and concert at when their boys have return- the Opera House on Moniay nljht cd home from ovcrsus. Wednasday ail Rhoul tn-o hundre-J people were at ihe to welcomo seme returned olJiers snd r.o one cimo. The trains not mating connections lo Lethbrf jge oc. However, three boys. fair. Those who contributed to the con- cert pnrl.o! Included Mr. Malley, Mesirs. Slendhal, Ulaclr. anil Doe. Mrs. McClelland. Mrs. Welsh, Cameron. Mr. Planting, and iS t-lii_ n II Lormpr Mlelvln Klrla; an.; troop Grdca.wtcd Hollis Uinjham moioroj out and air- BS chairman antf jllfllribMlpi] the goods rived hero lalo evening from the presen' Thursday afternoon a peoph at Uie station. Xo definite word had been received of any 'boys' gather the unwary are social poison. ROUKO UP OF GAMBLING JOINTS. To tbe guardians of law end order, wlio in their bis drive yesterday, cleaned up for the time being, at any rate, the iwtenng sores of the city, those who take pride in a clean city ewe a measure ot appreciation. The tonp made by Ihe Pnmuclal Police is not ooly siUsractory In what was accomplished, it Is la prorlng that tic undesirable eiUled in Ihe clLy and that It not me a matter o[ supposition It is well in serving to sboT those who were'con- tentedxto thinfc thai, 1n comparison to other 'had. noihing complaini been liv- >ing in a The .clean J-np process' should nol: ba sto; lie T.sUlh by. one acnieve- It continued .nature, lo ?i 'jfhlcnllia. ieeptr ipleadBdJgiillly are 'a meriacei tHai they -a.re 'conducted- to TicUnJiie.-They Itere and pwllcii- Establlahmeats whare .gambling is i ijeta IVWVUCJ Hi auj uu-j- made a business and the net spread lhe crowu wa3 to wol- como Robin Taylor, brother of Cflinaln Taylor, Albert rarTilnson and -X. S. an on theiij way.: The Cilliens" Lumbor'Co. ara'bulld- ins a largo oilicD and yards in Lhe centra ot toirn, Just nortb'ol the jar- re formerly owned by U'. A. Miller. This building will be an improvement to tho niiln Bprn Burned On Monday evening the largo barn owned by Mr. Bernard Qradshaw, wbo places are much evil 11 tna public bars. Clean up thero are techn'cililies In lhe which prolect those who are a blight to tbe community, ihe sooner they are done away wilh the bolter. The law should mate the work or the guardians oi the law easy and aot dlUiculU tecelTlne i ._ Dr. and family, left on Wed be.-day morning-la their McLausbHn six on a-trip east The Pocto oipecta lo be away Tor two -1" tier w: ,Intends'to malre the Jour aysan tis car, which ha DBCJI for ilia -pur POEC Your'correspondent made a tour o the district on Wednesday al'.vnoon si-1 was surprise! to find how rrjmark ally Veil the cropi .v-e ti didL'ght. In some they sra burn- i'ig up, ot courso, bu; on well prei-ared they are st- P IA IN. roil TUC BUSY MAN It Is clslssci 'GerEssy epeut OTW iO.UOO.OOO lor propojjanda in tba U.S. The I. O. O. P. temple. Torouto. waa i There was a sharp dtxlilou In the llethodUt Uoafewnce over Sabath ob- By an ot tbe court the Stand- ard lUllince Mortgaga Corporation I be wound up, preparatory lo re- orgaulutloa. H. I- Cells, C5. of 44 Ilogarlli avenue, Toronto, )Tas by n car st IJathurst nnd Dundaa streets nud died in tho DC- E. T. s of Toronto has been. appointed Medical Officer ot Health for Wlndaor district ttt a sajary A valuable new magnesium alloyjiaa been discovered at McGlll Untvcrslty which ti only two-thirds the weight o aluminum. Dr. James Salmon, who lived unile (ITC 30T6 Stmcoe. lives Min wait of Mairelh, was burn-i b', stowtas a gool. ruMlihr eoior and eJ to tho ground. Mr. Bradshav fast It Ions? as u rtio Porous successful in his car District would contime thing e Ise In the brvrn was In- clctlins horse and several tons oi hay. 4 or 5 sets ot harness and other No one expects LetbbrUge anj more than any other c.Ly to be free from vice. But action sneh as yesicr- diy's Is In lhat it ffnip- ples with the'.GTll.: The way Ihe "Uansgresor should the 'irom Edmonton _ _ A large crowd of ladles j l at the come of Mrs. Isaac Eabv on Mon- good crops in spite of Ihe weather. The continued wealiici1 Ii Ctitiig- ics tho opinions c( unny o( Ihu.farru- ers- ot thla district wiLft rsgardrio ir- and it that ilia promottfB of tbo project dav anerROc-n to'do honor to Mrs. Ell. opporlu.iUyF by a a former Mafirath lady, who r's" .l? died at b.3 bomo a g, was Jdllfli while walkipi 011 ie railroad Jak. (4, U. >S. Concresi- yotrj. nod six abllcao leider'ln tba House, U dead: (Ular. corporalipD hai wtn ,iif lo build 01069 L'orlttDi ba eoM n the Inilalment pUn. An Auburii, Me., man. fined tor reek-! ess auto driving, was running only S tallej. jper hour, but bis brakw werej it ot order. Census Bureau rcnorls trom aboul Lit the U. 8. fallow there aro more haa families with, 'children iglug In number (rom C to 26. An boy al N'ownrk. N.J.. was hlJlnj In a, used KS a jatb tub. Ilia mother poured, boiling water ia It. lie may die. v XT- S. Sccrelurr Baker EaVs ie Is nnilous.lo-retlre lo privalo Hfo as i soon ns be .has Ulschargciljnipor- tatjt duUea be 'tegarils" jp Irusl. Lccordlng lo Iho dealers, Xevr ivomon jiavo not dlmliilabed Ihctr 'use of.'cosDiellca'uecauso'of tli'e ad'tled coal of .'c resulting from the I fai; tir.' Helsna', Is sufrfeVlrifi; feverV elieved to h'avo' rrom" uinea pig's ho bad InoculiilEd- Your Daily Life and Mask lUhe careE ot the day dtrrtcs you. there'B nothtng Ilka niuild to drive Ihera awuy. Uuy A 1'iano or 1'larer-Plaoo from MASON RISCH 1 Vtry easy- lermi ot anJ a bte assortnicat to cboosa from, lor1 Style Booklet. J Balmoral Block The Vlclrela" A man arrested in Detroit had ?30 worth of cocaine secreted In bla um- brella. A 12-year-old girl was.arrested lor forging n check for at Brattle- bbro, VI An S-year-old boy broke into a and stole several pairs ol Ehoes al Porlsmoulh, N. IL A Kansas (armor rcceivpd a check for S1MQO, tho out rut or bis ICO-acro (arm for last year. are on thelrJway Irom San "b'ranclsco to New York (or doportation. larly'yqnngimen tp-l They y- !.-They '4ing bag e-lls; sucti-YInstitutions intensify' "vevils. a community peril. ETils kind. I brought .to Jn Vgreater or lesfi oiie al leiil-.limiting If eradicating tbem, and'thal V.a procew of eopllnnil harassing .by aulhorttyJ .Tbie brooni haa started to the'cteipinf .up pro- jtess to eliminate. possible, a, reproach Irom nrhich.the city-baa '-OMH The effort tnade- I; ji vrorthr one and thtre should be-uo let up on IL v Herald that the -earner of, L was nolcrions.v: -14-" a WcTth'-lbintiur aVouL clean-up the Attorney- TTCO" of of clubs PrpTtnctal- floTern- inenV pre- terired will be flni'them iuUty WP1_P.? spmethin? in ore; than, an annual Arbor lor Mrs.-J.- T. HenniDger leTl day mornliiE for Salt LaXe 5he''TrUI 'Tisit'.heT lenSered them a Svell up his residence '.wn] preacb. hii ot the "death o( Mra.'Crsbb, which Sunday. an- a resident of Magralh :for aVnumber. .ot.yearB ES was also her, parents; The" sympathy cit the peopltj goea but tb bereayed A number oi Magrath fnneral held ;L" Letatridge on 1 A ioTiies a.oag'a Hour'mill a serene-two per. canL'. floiir Is" a protected commcHllLj! picnic ,-Md., Samuel was sentenced to years for fylujj his Income report. U. E. Nary Department sold yards blno for 'A .ten-year-old Grand Rapids, Mich., In his-sleep dropped 15 feet from B window, breaking his A1 bill passed' al .Washington "ipro- Tldcs for a ip France for American soldiers buried there: __ Lum of'Co- s, cocked Imis. gold-co Vorbd "lm bigblrtrnnineiiled special 1817' bolls and bigblrt full dress coats worn 'by U. S, for the hunt Tor throw- and cuomlca ot laK-and order. A pleasure launch turned turUo with 53 children, on .board at Eighteen were' drowned and 15" others aro.-misahig. Rev. -J.-TJpnan" o( Toronto, will- be- come pastor, of 'FlesherLon Baptist church. Since -.Confederation .-S-ll- divorces haro pdEsc'd'tho Geo. Armour, Monclon, X. D.r who .was accuECd o( perjury in con- nection with; a_ nrohibilibn-caac, was Geo. H. Croabf, a returned sol dier, reacned a young ladj- from drowning at1' Point, St. John., Newspapers In' San Francisco a IK Oakland raised prices ot Sunday edt Uons to ten cents.. consumpllon.of per York Eh-enlug Telefirflm in- lon to IITO cenLs...... JIouEebold at Newport, 1. L, Buminer'rolony aro aiklnp more wages ond shorter hours. Columbus Circle la tiha busiest part ofi NQW' York City. tbousnnd vehicles pass Ihera.in 12 lioun. Dr, J. H. A. .GracTllle.-recently dis- charged Irom shot nnd kll- Ed bis nt tbolr honie In St. Paul, Minn, S. dlsliller3-and.whi3lc7 dealer-i face a-loss i a result of nation-wide-prohibition. All women aliens employed in Iho Standard OIl'Co. nnd other Baymme, N. must takt out iialur- alitiitlona jiapers. Pa.; fiJted a looped cord lo tho I rigger of n-shot gun and pulled Hid UlEKor ivllh LIs (oot, kllUns liltiisclf. Ser'gt.' Wllltnma. a "dis- -i.OS Balloos; i ;and not THE TARIFF 'AND PROFITEERING. f To the soroU story of the profileef '..lag of the PitloD Mlnufaclurlng Com pany ond the Dominion Teitiie Com -'pany has been added of the Ps'.lTle Hour Milling Company with JU 12 PET cent With thwe prollla piade by the protected Industries, the the hcllowneia of ft tArllf for the encouragement of Industries ...ire eiposed. Tbeie examples come at opportune lime when, with Iha dls- Hussion of the 'Badger, the mlndi of i the people hire been, dlreclei to urills. The of Ugh Urif'i Jliave tbe argument lhat time are s V.jssenllal lo enccraraie Industries from fhlr feet VHh lb> '-patent resnlls lhat' come from aril- 'flclal aids given to Fnduslrles Ihjt are able lo malm profits lo the extent of 72 per cent have no need for They .'are more than able to rrjeel competl- Ibere Is any aanlly In the .'Argument that indue tries nctd prolec- >C tlon then II appears necessary to dlt- .'ferentfate between Industries by a of Ihoroutb Invetllgatlon as ff- th.e'-class of Induslry Ibat needs of artificial aid lo set It t iqll In legs. H has lo be clearly prov- ijfai Iheis Inilustrlej are for the iialtonal benefit nr.d Ibat the larlff aid nejeasair. lorHntlv .-ISiit JA'sjIVhen ib4' Is 'ascerlalned there Is raore needed. It will bo tliat lhi.4 clasa of Industry n walclitul 'jii lb.it Hie lariff is ffc, M'Jrco of revenue Is a -If Ibsre ii.anyona who.doea notbti- lleye In bo IB a traitor in 'thoojbV.to Southern Albarti- "The .eiperierice of the -Winnipeg irrikeTBhould ring Ibe. dealb knell or sympathetic DolsheylEra pure 'and bear any The ertj of., a. sympathetic strifes spells 0. ELECTORAL REFORM -If4 FRANCE- PARIS, June passed the electoral refonn-bili 123 lo 4 r Tbe French _electoral reform bill, providing for Ib'e ejection of of lhe chamber .o( deputies-by de'; partraents Joateail "bl ments, passed the chamber' o( depri: lies on April 12. Lhe" provi- sion for the election cf the-'members of the chamber o( "deputies! the bill .______ attempted "to have detained as-a dan- Julia Vereni a long re> citing an 'effort to -have tbe supreme J.court 'award'her the custody of tbelf four jThe children are it in Vancouver In care of the Sisters ot Charity. i application for the custody of the children ia lo come up .before -Mr. Justice Mnrphy on Monday, and ia part of a clyll suit Instituted by Mrs. DTGESO agelnst her husband and Miss ICale Ryan, a fonneV cnsLonfs official In the Tufcon, for damages ANGLICAN St Cyprtam Church Car. 1ltn t I p.m. fhe reading 'room la. OPBD daft? W rcpt Sundnya nnd holidays, from 3 to 6 p.m. where the Bible and .author- ised Christian Science may b'o read, borrowwl .or purcbucd..The pulillc Is cordlnlly. Inylted to it- the. .cnurch servjces, ftlio _ ta SALVATION Adjutant and Mn. Hamilton, O.O, Sunday, H 'a.m., 3 7.38 p.m. Hunday School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday and Saturday, 8.00 rctjllnf' r'opbi, _______Church', L' Cari 3rd Aye. a. Illbk School aLlOm.- of ft 'ofnirch' this, church bo U 'every momber were. Just like mc.H jyvcnlng C.45: Chrlallan lindcavor, An outdoor inccllng. 'rc-ftcliinR 7.30: "Ringing Lhe bells oC I lea I'ubllt Invited, .BAPTIST p.m. Hubllo Mettlnas. All- Welcome ''NOTICE 4 !'i ft _. nro rcmlnflpd that, f.- 'r church noltcc's should ff ed fn hefbr'o six o'clock I-'rlday to ensure Insertion, ns this ff paper ffoea (o prisi Sat- fj Corner .Slh "And 3rd S. ntv F. Dafoe, B.Joniiy, Director of -Choir Services at-; 11 .a.rri. SuliJccli.'.'-TN Mnklngf.uf n Sunday Scliool and nible class at 12.15. I Christian" ffaioU al 3. I'uullc service 'al 7.30. Subject: lho'frult( nnn'loslhB Iho land." Pastor preach :al Loth 3fir- VlCe.l.: King -c.vtry rntn thla Oo lile PENTECOSTAL'HOWE' AND _ FOREIGN MISSION' 205 13lh Street North Rev. M. 'NeveJ Pailor. Kunday 10.30 and 7.45 P.ITL All lucm hern aro asked to lake nrulcc o the i-hnnss ol lime lor Diccllnss, ASSEMBLY. Wood will nd- fe IrnproTcment As- sociations.'on lit per. tcnceH." Apprnprinto mil.ilc will he by the Double 'Mixed Quflrlclic. All cordially Invited, N'o collcc< lion, ;