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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOT5 FOUR WULV AND WEEKLY LETHBRIOCE HSRALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED Kh ttrMt L.lhbrldj. W A, Buchanan Maiiajins Dlrsctoi Toiruce Builne" rtLSPHONES ___..... Offit. Mitorlal 122'1 Kswbif Audit Bureau ol Ritei DaUj per delivered per year DtUr. br mall per year Weeklj. by mall, per yesr WMily, by.mstl. per year co U.S. n the purpose for which It WKS cro- attd. by the extending ot Us scops by recent legislation. This legislation places Ihe Hoard in iwiUioa ot living up to Ks name in a measure it was not able to dt> before. In the powers it possessed of mak- ing only land withiu thir- teen miles of a railway avallabta tor Eoliier seltlsment there was a limita- tion which cousMembly curtailed: the means for tv.pplying the requirements of lhe returned men. It Is now made possible lint priv- j ately owned lands in any province can oe used for soMler gettltnurci. This by compulsory purchase, if necessary. of lands which are held to be ng asricuUural development. Tbis works a double benefit, it helps the re- turned men anJ discourages the hold- ing of land for speculation to the det- SATURDAY. MAY 17, ISLOSTflE Orte Horse Burned to Outlook For Crop Good in -V That District ;7 Ji v> risica: of production. -considerable sleV has been taken In she new power given to the Board to eitend the pr acceded to Our CAKMANOAV, A barn owned by Alfred Lyckmau. tormarlj known as Walker's livery barn, was totally destroyed by fire on Wednes day evening, the nth ot May. The bailJins was only partly Insured. Un lortuuatel.- one animal was lost lu the conflagration, a valuable thoroughbred hay mare, owned by Charles Grittla. The LuiMink 'was an old one.- an had been a familiar stopping place lu the- earlier da> before Loieond "frav ers Enchant and Retlaw were on tho nap I at onli t'rae past it had been On of TliM Vega noir toil plane. Thi pilot pulls the back ever to little; the machine puts I under a nd Ui >nd Just to jICKED UP IN. .ASSING ,v rOH THK BUSY MAX P' IA: South Oianajari' will celebrate in Sumnierland ou tie 21th of Medicine oi bcajr} thi ncondunit. "Cheerio'. 6Jd murmurs tie pilot, lie leveU ou jjaln. Arcturus has morid back, and Is nearly the tall. For In- earth, on, and I the same Direction, wlth'our HO per hour.-put small on the spe-e-J of am placet's' spinning- The time noir 2.30 ajn. Over five .hours' flying, snd tha engine running as sweetly as ever. Revs, per minute, arid a steady horse leaving us at least v nau to extend the pr ioualu At lhe timeieven if for the returned mcq to wilows ot sou u mark.'the pilot and navigator corn- ier.-. This is not merely generous, it u what justice dictates The bill also provides for agricul- tural training' for those eligible sold- iers who are not ready to go immed- iitely on the land and for the payment of allowances for subsistence for tho settler and his dependents during the time of training. This training may ha it a training centre, specially equip- ped, or with specially selected farm- ers. Instructors and inspectors o.f the board will Tisil and assist settlers who board will Tisil and ass.st settlers wao j the participate in the benefits ot tha act. 15howing ot volunteer fire brigade ____j ._ __j__ n I FnlHn Dtles of eiplry o! subscription! ap- lally on address UteL Accept- of papers alter eiplration dalt u iu aatioilly to conlinne fcrlpllon. BACK HOLD UP "This old world is In a turmoil. The ot unrest is seething. Strikes end disruption, at business appear to te ind not the exception. Everything points to'an endeavor to bring things to a shown down. In the aistorr ot the Dominion it mav be -Well righlb said there been j E'O unrest like nnto the present unrest. At no time is there the need for -wise heads more than now to direct Jaqnir- ie-3 into the seat of all th5 ferment .aid to take judicious remedy Ufe'existing 7 The cry ot.the present day is for the means to maintain the slandard ol iivinS to the will of i'.ri. Eliiahetb. Taylor Uus jell, ot 'London, Ont., widow of, ticorge Russell, who died on 'April 31. The exceedingly mild weather aud season has left ths roads In Hls'JiiES County, Out.. Iu the worst coidltlon thej; have evetocen in. .The employees of Ihe Ford Company ot Cunada will com- mence work under the new minimum wage scale of J6 per da> The water at Pentlcton, on lhe bench lands and the flat. Is said to bo In a c and ill on .'that means an entire new jystem within anothejr year, at a cost f or more. Jos. Araroonti. whi'e doing time in Sing Sing prison. N.Y., In 1910, helped to build the new death house. Now he occupies It, sentenced lo die June 10 for Hie murder of an Italian. A juryman al Roxburj', Jlass.. tele phoned to court he had broken his s eye T-ne caco was an hour until he got a new one. It was.revealed at the Aeronautical convention at Atlantic- CiU, NJ that a SO-y'car-old youth hasVompleted for the navy a device by aviators I -John Hugh Powell, ojed ot Chll-, livcack, died at KatnlooiJs I'll .'lay 10th, Sandori, y. C., hai' eiiietge'd from her receivership a.cleau financial slate anil1 will go'back IK a maj'or and oiincll. ,v.... the: Frsser (f a iurpbsee. A storm In Ibe lower Rio Craude Valley in Texas killed SI persons, ami demolished.hundreds ot tmiall build- logs. [Major Jirhu L. Retalllck. commission- er of B. C. provincial public utilities, will receive tWOO a year and llvo at Vancouver. Kaslo loses a good man and Vancouver ealns one.' schemes tor seeing i i' 1 r 1 Choose a Piano 'More than halt the "goodness" 1 In a Mason 6 Rlieh Piano is hidden. Those who buy a [ilann should pay os much 'attention lo the reputation ot the Urm building "It pttuo It- self. MASON AND RISCK Years Canada's Favorite) chornces invitation is ei'ended 4 E. Duylop KC jnay be fellow hul th4 Oddraiows know his worth. to what appear the }at ruling standard time Is not John Home lime The head ol the German delegation to receiie the peace treaty larke1 364 MO I (bat lt caunot be signed lecau e, the 'erai camiot le slnce t pr ces and the rise in wages is nullified by the corresponding in the gf prices. f The hfef fellows'are oetermmed, to keep the "prices wheref tnej are'hi holding back food supplies Here Is example of their tactics just 1 brought to light m a Washington patch DC, Hi? Alter a series of closed conference in- big Inv succeeded In linidmg off from 'bs marke" 364 WO 000 pounds of annv I it mar be have the Germans In Heeded It was learutm I There in the tale tne di.patch tell: slsted so strongl> on moral rectitude li.s so-did truth We know what the fanhlonable answer will he H will be Taber has shown that H is very stated that flooding the market and much alive to the needs of the prairie bringing down prices will not enwnr towns in its recent actMtie In Ire age production Of course it will not planting With the whole-nearted et If the .laniard ot profits Is to be tort in wolch even Ihe fire hrlgad measured by greed and it is held that took a hand in making a town heauti 1 unless the prollts ire of the prof ful a worthy example has been Marine VInd production is not wortk for imitation by other communllles while But why not mate it worth The W C T U- notice IB the city right Iu' front of an undertaking par lor, announcing a re I room ma> be appropriate, In the long ml -which Ihe mortuary chamoer In the adjoin ln[ building carries hat the Inrta tion .to real is in Ufer.ciicumElances somewhat gruesome. :o all who are intere ted in the girls to attend. TJr Gibbons has fitted up hi bake shop1' so as to to serve ice we notice that the drug store of Follis and McKibbm "has installed a fountain and Jll requi Res No need now to complain of the heat- Just" go and get cooled'off. Crcps Look Fine voar correspondent accompanied by be Heralds .cjie-eutst've, tae Kilrick tooi a Jaunt through Hhe ount) ea t of lown inhaling ithe alrny air and mcidei tally doing e s bnperlativss "os, HF enla'tive when he sought language'to escribe. Ihe'look of Ihe countryside. jiapnv farmer the excellent iome-, the flee type of the plendid Belds alread> smiling a har vest of growing the variety of Good! out of Glasgow. navigator takes a tearing on her tad again at the compass Carefully and long they watch her smoke The machine, still oa Us original course is shll headed true Mo-e than half say across and no signs of falterltut either, ol engine of of pilot Al a signal the latter leaves the control of the machine for a few mln calls may know their location, even in the dark. of Toroito has con ferred on Dr Aiibnr Vallee of Quebec city a noted physician and bacterlol ogist the title of Member ot the Con sultlnij Board 01 tho Connausht linli toxen Of the returned men registered a the Government Employment Bureau at Medicine Hat onlr about ten are a present out ot work ara chlefl thoje who are phjslcally, unfit fo heavy work and need light or clerlca work. _A Kansas City juJga dlfcliarged a man hi court falling'to secure an nulo license, with tliu reuinrki "Dy 1 haven't got mine, either.'1 They u-ent logelner and got tholr li- Walter Thompson, farmer at cue lime on till Toronto police force, was convicted before Police Magistrate Bedford at Desoronto' and lined 5300 j nnd costs for selling liquor. Four bot- tles were fouad concealed under, the oor III his bousd at Milltowu. At Kentvllle, a lire started by le combustion of photographic chem- als destrojlns tlio block containing Advertiser Printing Company's lant. the Green' Lantern Itestaunmt, nil the Stickler Plioto Studio, Loss Is At uu iidjovirnert-sitting of the Court E General Se-ssibns at Napduee judge hidden found the County Council of -onndx and Addingtou guilty of main- aintng a'nuisance'on road tiiid'ilii- ostd a flno of'5400 nnd cosls, nnd arm implements, tractors and eed and the Inevitable "aaton ibilitles. Only one phrase, did Justice. 'It sure looks grand Baseball The baseball1 season 'opened .here '-ate lo get lo land this time This engine would run on for ever let s have something hot' THlNriSUBORLPAHTY, N NEAREST HIS IDEAL LONDON, Ont.- Rev E Marshall Hawkins, whir recently resigned as Rector of St James' Anglican Church, Hamilton, arrived in London today, and it Is reported that he bt; tic leader ot a new school of religiOM thought. Mr HawWns. who la a for mer curate ot SL Paul i Cathedral has stated that he will continue his alleg :h' ot England but It [CONTINUED TRQ5S FHONT PAGE further line of f 100 for.contcntpl of ourt in not laXIng steps lo abata the nuisance as directed by Ihe court at ts last sittings. .The sheriff was dl ecteil to cause life road to ho repair eil nt Ihe csptuse ot the'county coun ell. Ask us for stylo booklet and easy terms of payment. "From Factory to. Home "Th Balvioral Block of K. A. I'riine. Oakville, Toronto, was killed Instantly by a fall from a wind- ow ot his apanraent In Iba Westminst- er Hotel. Jarvis strt-ot, wbllo he was looklng.tiut to Iho parade ot 16th UJttallou Edward Lawtoi ot Albany was sentenced to 2u' sears Imprison ment, after having been convicted of first degree manslaughter. conlossed that ho shook his six-months old baby unQl ila neck broken bocaiiEO Uie'llttles'bne'B cries disturb- ed his sleep. -rtlle by anting men content -with fair profiU and by enquiring into costs all roOTo1 It w that there is M equitable standard of relation thrp between money and what money bur. we see the artificial means to ieep up "prices so that there ihould be excewiTe profits ire can rcatJlly understand, however -unreas- onable In It will be, the demand being made tor producing for UM and not ior profit is a demand that'is tie oalcome ot the.profiteering that unquettlonab'y exists at the present time That profiteering was lirtd in the bone of Ihe profiteers by the opportunities Hie war created, and J having once lasted the savory morsel i thej are unwilling to let go There is abundant need for a -gov- inquiry Inlo'the present It Is time for speedy action Too much time appears lo he fritter at Ottawa In mailers which are not press ng and which however necessary, could be well dolajed The mallei' of the aoolillon of tiHco ts a 1 ne acaeuu .vyuucu. with a game between the'married and single men of town Mr R Fanning pi'ched for the singles and Air F Skinner for the married's, being spell- ed oft by Mr ft Arnold and llr S Dldginnls. A good game was Ditched. Mr B Snyder and Mr P Law were catchers for tie' singles and marrieds respectively. The 'game, was refereed b> Mr Carter Following Is the line tip Married Skinner p, A'. Ain dies s P Low Ib, S McGlnni32u C Me "Inger 3b F Low cf F Hawkins rf. G. Buckley cf, P. Law c. Single Fanning p, L. Yoder ss, R.-Arnold Ib, G.. Webber 3b, J. Tdeple cf, T. -Jones rl L. Synder cf, B. Snyder c. Referee, Carter. Scorer, Quayle. The game resulted In .the single winning" In the long' end o.f -a lance to the Cbu hlch he will expound his ou eligion as related to 4 politics and conomlct He N announced today hat he is preparing for publication a eclaration ot hia beliefs For the resent he would only say that In is view Christianity is economic as as religious.. :The Labor Party's averts la, at present the earest 'approach'.to his .views of Cbrisiianlly. The Berlin editor Maximilian Hard 6n has hit the nail on the head when, In ntatmg to the reace jerms he -out lor The look-out lor a good local ama eiir team'is excellent rTho town have already looted th horn will be playius In the minor ke if good practices are the'brdcr day before. eays they are not Tiar rdcr th an they were 'unpleasant It rf tne having to take the. medicine more thanMhe medicine itself.that !s hurting mans. People who write letters should'riot pnL jioai-y a fa destination of their Fire the elevator owneoiir (nmp inif tho hall of flic too! li foi-e W, J. NELSON Cb.' MO THIRD AVENUE- SOUTHS nfon 6J J l CJiGrc iubjecl Commu aiM PRESBYTERIAN v Knox Churefc Corner 4th Ave; and 8th Street S. K'.i. Capt. A.' H. Dcnoon, paitor. E F. Layton, orginlit and choir leader 10 00 am' A" 'cioparlnienls of tho Sabbalh School 1100 am Deglnncrs end en departtncnla. 11 a.m.: Morning Services. 12.30-. Big Sfslws1 .clasn. 8V AUGUSTIN'8 CHURCH T Masses ,_____ Bible Cor.'Znd and.eth street South tv Canon J E Murrcll Wright MA, Rector re services tomorrow will he lakei hy the Hector b. cburso of sermons Is being preach- ed on Sunday mornings on "Tliu Bible In Ihe Light of Modern Know- ledge." The old view ot what the Bible la can no, longer'lie held In- lelteclnalty by Ihe new mind. 'The Thi! 7 service, (ruUoci C'oniing of Ihlrd diid list J- nil otir irlemhers Ml ad here 1fsf In mfud ttie call Is Bucd the -provinpiul goiomnicnl to set 2oth nB a epeclol GJ lo School A Bntclal Drovfiled 5 OP pm 4 Oy y m 750 pm Rig Brother! class Chinese class Elvenlng BAPTIST First Baptist Church Corner 9th Stf-et 3rd Ave 8 Rev F, W Dafoe, BA, Pastor Mr B loAtt, Dlrtttor of Choir Servlu-3 al 11 a m 110 p m i the John P of Crart firook DC rireach al bold services Sunday School anil Bible Class it Christian Men's twgvie at 7 jnn A cordial inv.llsitlori to'oil services. PENTECOSTAL, HOME AND FOREfON MISSION 205 13th Street Norlh C. M. Neve, Paitor. Ham anrl pra with JudB mcnl. P-tn- TIU' UNITED CHURCH OF NOHIli LETHBHJDGB .ley E vHoinfriJ, 1271 6th AV8 eH Choir f tBn B A, 1639 CHRISTIAN SCIBNCB CHRISTIAH SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Sunday Service at 11 W. Mortals and Immortals" Sunday School convenes it the ot the service, fcvinlnt, Testimony mMt trig at pin Vim reading room Is open duly ejil nnd legal Iiolldays. frora to 8 l> m where tho Ulble and nuthor. zud Christian Science llleratlirn m read borrowed or iiurchased Tht public cordially Invited lo it- end tho church services, also te v'sll Ilia reading room Soni sefvkB Soni JTpv viytln of wlnj preach Irbv Biaom y Cor 6 rJihlfi School nliffii iVachini al 1130? MUslMiarjr mdn Como prepare! for goot offering tor the Master Evening I'aalor will begin a scrle of seven strmorn. A tlrea Hinnci-. K. at 6.45; -Icailcr. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant Mrs Hamilton, C ft Sunday 11 am 1 prn anl 130 Sunday School. 2 pm .Monday, Thursday and Saturday, 8.00 pJblio Meitlngs "ASSEMBLY THE PENTECOSTAL OF 600 ij. al O.13, iiiiiniin We glad to nee iyou present. Everybody welcome Cor 2nJ Ave and 5th S Moote Halt Hlglnbotham Block -i iil Wednesday it 8 iim you received tht Holy ilnce ye 18 ;