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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE rom Dcralb DAILY AND ami SME'LETHiRlDGE HERALD PRINT INC COMPANY, LIMITED Ml fUi South. Ltlhbrldcl W A. Buchanan lUnastm Dlrecloi i Torrance- lu TELEPHONES OffiM proteis Irnslhy .it diviJua'.s. The procMs lui-rjsiry in Ihe limlalery siafi-s o! Ibc iiutry so 'he personal viewpoint j may uo obtained. Tiilc rtouM be help- I !ul To cnliclM the Couluilsilc-.; at early ol Its would be lair, ll bss got inlo harness anfl has 10 i-: 'ts !'ftn per Cent 1'RIDAY. MAY 2. 1910 ground. i Lund in In whai lhe Commission has so lar ascertained the need for i1. becomes apparent. In the framius of needed In- dustrial legislation such a commission ii be'.wten employ. I Surprise lo Mr. ;md Mrs. Orr ,v .HIV [urthcr for ibis lui.-. ,e Oil- lu'.vl of it In onr Ho iiumbsr o! IM'.hera Irtfia -voro aliO In Mr. Mil A were vis I-ie S fro about c's P IA iICKED UP IN ASSING KOIl TUK UUSY MAS XMhsnlel O. uropveJ Jea.l a'. Mount ivutili, John Umiitt. leading Hamilton fit iron was drowud in llurllnslua which iiuontetl a protesting ag.vinsl any change, before Iho whole iiueslloti Is considered by a Tariff Commission. Although the daylight savins by- lavs1 was (insphfll liy Justice Logie. Londo'i will continue to operate on jw tiuu'. The rotlag; ol W. E llroueh. situ- ated 11 s lu> pr.ulu.vJ .listi.i ,.-n the u-imii'i- of t'Jc cixl last lew loud! cl. All lue t which hail Averminca ,0 luin .U ,H our ti.'0rpe went on '.om crossoJ the I'.litae. .-.retinas ill r.c-iuunv; too- Jiihn of i district will yor the. part he playeJ In lhe Hal- I ihls season. liquor plol. Paul Moor- 1 leyliciu. a llclglan. was llnr-i] J100 and ol Oxfonl cosls hl Kelll ,.0unly police court or am. i.ione M n-jruossvllle. He was j sil In Jill. Ihe American 'civil war. tor of various XlnJa niaJe upon (he Windsor braucl So far us the public is concert "fter "Pirate I. present lcv..UE..ln. I. uce 01 pupeia ,h NT aulhorlly ta coollnui In. tcrlpllon. tub- ol sn enllshtmecit inlo the labor fit- THE VISIT Of THE PREMIER TO The visit ol Premier Slewarl lawa. in l It helps lhe formation ol. public opinion ou a very Important j economic problem. The Commission 1 has a great deal ol lu Ol- i thrown on it. but In ____; him merits confidence in a then i' n! particular inieiest 10 the] [orm Ili dulic province. Railways and Irrisatloa. as ine instruments ot eipanslon and de- velopment are matters ol more ihan ordinary Interest to a young and unde- veloped country. Oa the Ottawa visit much hinges. On the Question of irritation, in lhe dil- lir-nllv as lo tbe financial measures in- Tolvea in the great scheme, there ap- pears to be something ol a technical nature -which only requires a reasoa- between lhe two powers whom mailer rests io come iome amicable arrangement. It is linclly a queslion where zellins lo- pthcr will help-lhe solution sreally Corless inrl the haby m (i-ht all The. corisr-aatior ami i.-snj cv.-nius lail. M'- -.vouinl.M in the cel.-bratt I li.n iVter's Kniscopal church al Hillside, There "seM ..f Calory, the note.! a year m the ,o Ilov. rflfv- lielichlcd her [.vjjht tlmuish lhe war .r.ul N of Torcnlo. Mnce bv her ,.ro.lu.-lion oi "The Kor- irs lni; m retakiiiB Moiis; in 1 I., lini.r ll- .___ _. Scisel'J luld llrecejcj her and shfc was wel- t wlur battle I''1-' in Aupusi- 1SH, the tii-sl c.iuie in contact J. 11. Ashdovvn has heen named m chalrmun ol Iho Y.M.C.A. number of co-jmi'lleo in Winnipeg, at lhe discussion ol the l.iritl from (lit In conimitled Etilclde. Quebec City Council received an ul limatum Irom the Unllon ol Fireme slatlne thr.l It a reasonable Increas other linn lhe offer of one dollar week or arbitration was not grante the firctricn would quit work. Major K J. Ashlon, while al li giTia. asked for lhe resignation i Major Sc.ord, the legal represenlntl AH the Music Of All the World Played on the Vlctroui: you can hear nil Hie famous Sins- ere, Orchestras. Uands. etc. Whatevc-r your irmod there's a Victor suit It RECORDS TO CHOOSE PROM if OUL ol ic.wu send lor com- plete catalog. We mall records anywhere 3ml juaranlee delivery. Balmtrsj Block "The Home o! the Vlctro'J" Grahnru atcnue ar.fl Kennedy iircnl; Winninee, Monday mornlnR. Tha lltllo ellow was playing.around IhreH Jlor trucks when ho iel! anil al'H'tJ be- ne.iih (he wheels of one of then. It is e-limated lliat l.OOD nouses could be ranted In Winnipeg If avail-, able. Albert Jones. cscapeJ while beiiiG taken iu Jail In Chicago in 1912 for torgnrs', iave up to burgh. I'a, jaylriE iiU science finally compelled lilm Ic make nuiemls for his unlawful acl. To" speak lor.-the'sou'tnern portion of tbe p'rovince.'with which Irrigation rs intimately concerned, the project is too vilal and too important either lo iland Hill, or L0 sulfer Wfl dances. II is distinctively i case There the less should be swal- iowed in the srealer. In this the res- joniibllityTeits on the lederal and the jroflnciai governments It ihould ba In the interests of boil, gov rnmepis that failure ol )he project (o materiallie will not be' by O v T. Cook and Mr. Settlement Doard. o Or evcninF ihe-local LITTLE KNOWLEDGE Klzikom Slinilay. to see Mr Siilunlay on Woodmen ot A DANGEROUS THING. r annual MemurUl Pcr- OnVednesdav last or the anil trie-ids rl Iue; a' home in the i-> bid Ihenl fare th.-ir lor ihei.- in-.v To men who may be said to be pub- Austin was a visitor In lic men the sansing ol Pope'j sentence means much. That is If tiiey sutficient rinj -nome west of Red Derr. Durin? l v ould ev. i..ng. Mr. UVJ1J: carry In the opportunities lhal brinj them before, ihe public they sho Canary, rcturnc-d home on I weigh their respousibilily to the pu at SunaUa ve-v P eveninq w.ts wno was called home lo Cardc- br i I. comimmit.y i, by in ,he hotne resume her duties on s ic and to themselves, tha have no desire to be conridered It should not be the bus.- c'ootl iami'v and oae fcess ol men who are in :he habit I I rain. The time is n conlu.iir addressing .uhlic meetly to endeav- who kcew them. success and question just now- Some prefer "3, and many ureler slow. however, why should b ienalc.1 last or slow. There is as an- if-rrl lic-.e; II the railroads have dev- or lo inflame the minds ot others their own misconception and misappre- Th tennis club iE now in lull swin i-rr iated from the narrow path and ador iwo dollars inlo Mr, Maniifold, in lhe Bani ot Commerce. MS Pl.weJ henslon of what about, unintentional though it may be There are certain who are in lhe tiablt ol taklDs.thelr mental Euch men as we have" referred lo. II Ihey are sincere in what they prpleES, In material le Till noi ne Aiders Of either. The penple o, th, the, tor "Vr-Ttairicam Ts beslnnmE lo ieol f .LTwhlcVBOverririlia like 11. ami setting oi rauways and consequently a rail- modic practice. arc moclic practice, nt :ii...xi ns tor a somc blu lhis year, i (imp.? not interested I or for a particular gjod. these men [orgel the coming hall, lhe pro- he careful ir. the j --wi- 1" cipenies I----------------- overnmtnis rri-. between them-1 ttey convey, it spells n Lives with rt'-'-'ib the iinanclcs of and. where Ironbli U alrer.di i'lrfv'! the scheme Wej; lui; want is some- fuel to thy, fire. P.cl'--. ihlng which means the sustenance and ledge our limitations -n t ihe prosperity ol the- soL'-h country, I lo others than ot cn.t we r.i; Ulch alVo means that ot the prov- not familiar, eve.i II the untamilla, ,s In- and "OiH bltterlr resent any rccxoneil uselul lo our particular argu- Join't ol difference between govern-1 menL TJCJD I lorgei LIIE tuiu.ub ceeds ol which goes lo the cipeiiies [Jot the leara. The young hoys are forming .1 -ilL Palmer caplain. ani Ilev. j F. T. Coot, managej. Boost .tir the boys. nents concerned w'iich will disappoint their hopes. REASON IS iETTER THAN-FORCE. A slep in lhe problem ol the Huller- Ites and Ihs Mennonites been ad We had a csse of lhe Und referred (a la the city the other day. The slala made was in its inaccuracy un- called for, In the present relationship between the city and I Li employees, particularly In' the 990-iblo and con- ciliatory splrll ol the latler. Hurh ac- vanced in lhe measures taken by lhe lion dssen'M to be condemned in thai Government to prevent the future en- ll is devoid ol Ihe elements, oi fair- try into Canada of people. Theji.ess wiilch should dominate over all government has not only made Ihls j queillons of dispute. possible, but, more imporlant atlll, the j teto Is lo be Immediately enforced. 1 THE DAWN OF IherJ s to he no waiting ,0r! COMMERCIAL AVIATION, '.'he new Imo.Kra.ion Bll, Testeroay the law" The GoTBrnment" beenU-Ill, reason be said t, ,t day la lhe progress r'lhe Iirlllsh Em Pie. CJeo. Seaman and I'lf. Dick Home From War irrnrr. Our Own FOHBMfJST, April SO.-The M ued fine weather ia helping to get lhe Grilmnn Ranchj'Sowing Four Sections ture Reports Good (From Our Oun.'Correspondenl) SKIFF. April here arc he'ginning in smile as.'-ra. H starlcrl lo ralif about 5.30 yesterday afternoon I anil rajnc.l more or less nil .he reFt o lhe ilny sun present" Indications point I to a great deal more lo follow, fl c I had a HEht shower last week am al- jlhousi, Ihfir was plenty of [or auont a monlh yet. still the larm- 'ers were Le shaky. If j ueil fine wealhcr ia helping lo gel NIC cf( Le eeil into lhe ground, and the. larmers (B moi-iliire there will be are cerlainiy taking ndvaiilago ol the. i a erGaL amount n[ fencing done good weather. The' Indications llorc ihia sunimer. I-QTT- i finished on brought to rightly sense that delay it dangerous, and, In this uarticultr particularly plre. In that on Ihe l.'.u removed Irorr drn illius- n has gond lor a crop Ihla year. Mrs. J. was a riaitor in I.eth- brldge during the week. Rev. Mrs. Bosbmworlh ot Tom- dale were visitors at IUc parsonage visitng in .er. The loial OddleUnivs i-cjehralcil Hie iicuiariyuaiiEciuuB. i x i r.r zained the I'Ut on during lhe war as a neccs- Monday and Tuesday. has been so far ga ned lhe i I commerclal r.ra! Mrs. S. M. niack the weekend are lo be eangralulated, and, fary measure. A ne usiiini! in I-othbrilge. parllcul.rly the heads ol their organ- may he said ,0 hare begun, with p...-1 in has been nolhingjslbllitles lhat outrun lhe comm.r. "in the shape of rash action. Wlic. i fancy. have prevailed a.d Ihe men Tl'e war has a have tierclsed patience which In W fle' must have par-. It In .he n- (onr I' I Irylnt eltcnt which n4v ihe Greal War have I ten number ol years rightly earned ,thc sympathy ot the p.lWned. That difficulties as to V at iar- their objection lo nn br conquered li shown In Ihe Mill: I'.iat ts> inspired men lo make jepcly is completely finished on ii-c Ilusscl-Sawyer larrn. Their man- Mr! Larson, reports 100 acres.' of wlinnt in. Mr II Klerilngcr has a field ol winlcr rye Ihkt looking line. Ito i laho lias' 10 nircs ol- wheat up .and 1 looking The Grltman ranch has over rTSHE main reason why you huy a iractor to pro- l duce grener crops al a larger profit- And lhe ,4- ltacior lhai will do Ihe worli at ihe leas! coil Is l'he ir'ac'ior you want-provided of course lhat 11 lhe sliength and amabilily to give il long life. 1 Above illustrate a comparison of operating cosls -ba-td upon actual ofTicijl public tests We tsir as an mmple'ah olncial demonstration in which 28 of lhe best known Iraclois. In making Ihe cornraiison, we, however, have considered only 23 Itaclari enured OS Vercserie burners, elir.iinaling the ftve easollnc entries, and as a basis have taken Ihe cosl lor an acie plowed. On lhe one hand, Ihe OilPull plowed al a cost of <5 cents per ncle-on !he c.iher the nveragc coslofthe ZJ compelmg keio- sene Iractors was <6.27 cenla per This ihe OilPull an advantage of almosl one- thl-d-or In other worJs, lhe OilPull pioved lhai li capable ot doing more work for the same fuel coL And remember thai vve.compaie lhe OilPull will, the so-c.lled keiosene liaclors only-. Compared wilh Baioline l.actoi! lhe OilPull will c-ct fuel cosls in l.alf- On iht basil of Ihe saved by the OilPull in plowing 22 you can ngure Ihe savrng m You can see lhal ihe aaving in fuel alone will practicaHy pay for Ihe culfi! while your OilPull is still youn? machine. We can'lMyJusi what me ILL- of an OilPull is because the first onu built len yeacs kgo aie-atill on the job. Furthermore, what the OilPull hai done in iriese public lesta la .what Ilia doing in hands of owneia everywhere. The OilPM will flow an acre of frouniltl less cast thtn any inctormlje-bar none. And not only has the OilPull nroved this economy- its rrmkers give you .n absolute wriHni lhal it will bum nuccesslullv all gf.da of kerosene under all condillon., .nd al all loada to ill full rated brake hoise power- The OilPull Is trfclor lhat cirriti inch t written Four sizes of Ihe oil burning, oil cooled OilPull can be had-12-20, 16-30, 20-40 and. 30.60 H. P- A post card requesl will bring the OilPull catalog. ADVANCE-HUMBLY THRESHER COMPANY, U Porte, IniiiaMi Theloial OdtUc'.lnws rcicrjraiuu Thc gniman rancn nas mu, one riunrlrenlli Wrthtlay ol the order l ]n whtat and will toon have, by a parade to divine worship 'ant j'lwo morc jn tncy have, eight drill J Sunday atlerr.oon. Ilev. Wlntifld wnn m [lle fields. 1nnV fnr lelt I .__.1..- lisa mnvrd In thC: look- lor hi Horn, n verse 10. "l-we workclri no 111 lo his neighbor. Iherelorc love Is the 'lutlerites and ihoie aVIn lo i They hafe gained the approbs lour short years would tiava; bcr.n .icoutcil lour years We livft anil leirn. and wilh our experience can- not regard that which appears imprac- Ihstn! They hJfe gatneu lnc HT across .the Atlantic. No one j imrr.Mihle, The nf lhe In their ellorts to doubtl thai lhe atlempt. though ,t may. hl oycr ,hc noMci can- I iuin i" r ___ii_i_ ______ ttmttl irrong by conilllullonal 1 This It well nod a< shoulii W. but this spirit should cot at all possibly prove a failure In lhe initial; Anolh'-r family haa moved In the vicinity of Skill Mrs. Jorgensen came yesterday wilh her (arally and, air.: Hie guests ol Jlra. Borgen until c romplcti'l- This .wc'jlil have hffr. reri'ly but Mr. JfjrgciiEen hari'lhD to fall off Uolil while Imilillng and hurt his knee., 'so liar] lo hire nil work tlone. Mr. (i. Camphnll was litre on hh i way to amp Lcthbrldcc, where his dangh- Irlula, will In the end become an compllshed (acl. ]lfr c. IVjllctler-ls very ill. Inot lie looked on as something merely T ll mi-nna much Ilinro Ihafl ,_ n.., b, taken aavar.lage of In the The air Is yet an lerrl- of their Ill but li a science prac. o more on Inisincss. I Mr. Fclttrs nnrl Mr. I.acy rnotorcil not be strained to (he break-] Hcally In Us Infancy has. however, III polH by in action by'proved a Ihrltlns aulhorllr who wait (or aajlla- rapid slrirlei towards Ho. before engaging on a means of i hMrl. Commercial aviation Is today re- celling attention in Canada, and in (ha rvest parllcuHrly, In Ihe proposed (lllht over lhe Hocliles. To Ihls (ne (nlereat and attention of THE WOHKINC OF THE COMMISSION. The Joint Industrial Commission, lo hare been t'rawn. As a e o enquire Into the relations between j community Hal Iz alil be su and Labor and the cause ol Ihe preienl urrc-st. now busy nn Its work. Iti labom will be watched with Interest' who concern IhemJJlo lime meam much. naviga- lalned. tni tint TO. Canada, will; ills tantea. lhe i with lhe ccrmotnlc problema o( tka be lllOJ" the 7n spending wlirit aifuctn lima iiiiiiFtrsjarily In lhe Hon. once It Is cjl'.ivishcil ay a means of trau.ii..i''. .'J '-mi1' cilenl the Iranfi.nrUllim o MIR weal. The wnrtil ii liioviDB ul a la) Id What lias ailiio'ij il SHOE TREES K-I.- in your flioc. when not in wear will In preserve II10 nhaiio ot lhe shoes pn.l In Veep their aiincaranrr.. have nice jiillustablo tree lor Mnn'. ivl Women's shoes of anv P.I' Per Pair THY THESE FOR RESULT5 J. NELSON Co. E20 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILOINO List ot Rumely Dealers in Lethbridge and District: SOUTH AND EAST: Hardy; Pick White, Orion Burr and Undcrdahl, Manyberries A. Svvennumson, Bow Island Alien Jack, City. Geo. T. Wridc, Raymond. C. A. Ferguson, Cavdston Geo. Morton, Warner W. j. Quinn, Milk River James Beguin, Foremosl J. J. Billinginier, Taber P. C. fred Norrie and Fawcelt, Medicine Hat Carl Benny, Irvmt L. C. Burnap, Barons A. Mclnlyre, Carmangay Dan Ulrlcli, Chainpion NORTH AND WEST Mclnlyre Co., Vulcan Wm. Foolc, Pincher Alex. McDonald, Macleod Alex Anderson, Granum Creek H. C. Morrison, Cowley H. Ulricli, Travers ;