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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR IHK LETHBRUX5K DAILY HEUALD MONDAY, MAY She Xetbbrlbge letbbrfofle, alberta PAILY AND WEEKLY f and Publishers THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbridga W. A. BUCHANAN" President and Managing Director John Torraace Business Member Audit Bureau of Circulatious Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per'wesk ......t .13 Daily, delivered, per year 7.5J Dally, by mail, per yaar........ 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.50 Wwkly, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE CITY AMBULANCE With all that Dr. GalbrdiUi bad to Ray In regard to the city ambulance, the rider ot the jury the inquest aeld last Friday was In order. What: tbe doctor conoplaip.ej of is a vary serious matter in regard to tho uses for Fhfch such a conveyance as the ambulance is put. H does appear an extraordinary it ale of things that the ambulance, tvlth a patient in it in a critical con- dition, and proper attention at tho hospital as speedily as possible meant so much, should have had to he held up through a leaky radiator.: Surely an r.mbulance should he over-j hauled, much as a motor fire engine, j and kept in readiness for emergeucies. The speed or otherwise of the am- bulance in reaching a patient or in rconveying one to the hospital may S mean life or death, li is a matter trill tonsil of the organisation strong group units endowed of, tbo same right's, powers, aod capacities j as the individual tint Is ot the Civil; Law; of the constitution of appro- t'rgan? destined to brhit, lue groups into relation with oue another aud to HUM-ge them in a harmonized COD federation; of the Collective con- tract and its enforcement, and of ilio substitution of legal end judiuul [methods of action for Ibe direct anil violent ine-Uiods now ia use, none others havt' bwn provided tor. The Six-Ittl Law is considered i necessary in the- view held by Mr. Uoulanger, and without doubt shared by others of his profession that the group has no status before the Civil Law. Tbe Ciril Law does uot admit of corporations within Iho Slate; there t-an nut exist the particular and the general Interest. It follows that the unions of tn (.cress t and classes are more or clandestine, ihat they have no legal no capacity lo contract and to appear before.the Courts .'to. enforce their .contracts as individuals _ would, and 'that they possess no other means of offence or Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the origin of the open red bamf vrhlcb forms part of the urcis of the province of Ulster? What U the- difference between S. What Teas the origin ol "bov- 4. How came the expression ''Kiss ihe pliu-e to make it 5. Who are i i T (i. Where is -The Oarden of iho! Over List iriU begin on Monday iu prep- aration for the opening of the store, r, Feptbu Vas'tha Victim of an annoying "accident on Saturday a a-.needle: entered her hand, defying all efforts to remove it. Resort was had to the hospital, but the offending steel, though not giving much trouble, still remains iu tho hand. J. A.-Trcnouth, night operator at he depot, has morn] from tbe house jougbtby T. Tuftley to the former res Idence at Mayor VIckery. School Children Enthusiastic iardens of Prizes. SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS What Is the most noted defence than the strike aud the riot. Born of hostility to another class and i forced to the use of violence (or the I redress of its grievance, tho class j ur.ion of .the post lias been more or modern sculpture? What is the origin of tbe ex- prcssion "post What is Venice glass? 4. To what religious deiuoninatious President Wilson, and Tafi belong? Who are "Waiters upon Provi- dence" What is a palindrome! ANSWERS Canova's Venus U75MSS2.) (From Our Own Correspondent) XOBLBFORTJ. May Noble- ford, liarons aud district annual school fair will be hold on Sept. 'id, at Barons. Gardening Is the order of the day in N'obleford. The school children are very en- thusiastic over (heir gardens, which are situated on a vacant lot beside the Principal's houEO. Tbe planting, etc. is all douo under the supervision of tho Nobleford 'School Com- j. vtiuui a a i v iiua -_, 2. From travelling by road, the .The donations for priiss for only means of travel in the old post-j the ,tair sllver CUP5- post- Ing days, when relays of horses were P? far- amount to about placed on the road to expedite jour- The committee will be glad nevs to receive any further donations The drinking glasses of the Middle Ages made in Venice were said to break into shivers -If poison were less a centre of agitation, unrest, and "ut '''lo Venice glass from its excellency become a synonym for, per- auarcby. because tt was not a fully j fecliou. organired corporate body enjoying the rights ami privileges of -citizens in the social sciiciue and awake to Its powers and responsibilities. Either ilr. Mogensen or E. LeR. Cody will have the subscription lists and will accept donations any time before the fair. RICKED UP IN SSING ran TBX UAH her husband blamed her because their eon was born on the 13th day of the month, unlucky day, There is every prospect of au Im- mense apple crop throughout Ontario thts year, Gordon Wilson, member for Wentworlb. told the Agricultural Com- mittee of the House of Commons. J. S. tMwards has heeu named, cap- tain of (ho Edmonton city police. Toronto, has been appointed to the >arish' ol Sutton. Albert J. RatstoB, succeeds Ihe late Rogers as president of the National Life Assurance Co. I TLe CIialham SUEeest5 tho T n, "promotion, of Miss Carrie J. Burton, Joseph Webb ot Cobourg was fatal- t s ReKtslrari to ly hurt when struck by a C.P.11, train fu V on a level crossing. Motor Use.Recognized in Dis- Half-Holi- day Now in Vogue. (From Our Own .KAY'.MOm May 20, marks the beginning of the. weekly half holiday arrangement en tered into by all of the business bouses of Raymond. The retail clerks ;eol busy some time ago and'put the pro Tho t. President Wilson Is a Presbyter San. and iMr..Tafi a Uiularian. Those who cling to the prosper- i srr, ous but fall away from decreasing and JHuut. silver cup for best fortunes. ot Potatoes. position up to the employers. Following Is a list ot subscriptions heartily lined Jp with the to date I clerks, and so for tho ne.U four months Mr. C. S. Noblei large shield for best! business men nnd women will be school esbiblt of sheaf and threshed tfreo Wednesday afternoon to enjoy God's great out-of-doors. A delegation from the Raymoiu Board of Trade leaves for Calgar> Monday nieht to be present at the Solo Kong was acquitted ot Uio mur- der of bis: step-father. Selo G. Kim. at Ihe Nelson nssliec. Tks murdered The kitchen of one of New lnani lt was ,howu Lad maao a elava ig hotels Is aa aero in extent. the Chinese lioy. Tho llev. Harold' McCauslund, ot HOY. Henry Roche, assistant to Her. Dr. Kenison at the Cnurch ot the dscenelon. Hamilton, hab receiv- ed a call to Baltimore, Md., and witt It. cl tue lalo The principal object of tbe Sociul !s well put when it is stated that it will be to solve ihe conflicts be-! tween classes and opposed groups. It is not proposed to destroy the pres- ent order of things but it must be renovated, and tho basis of relations between .classes must be 'haired and contempt must give way 01 grave concern therefore that there to good will, conscience, and concord; should not be a repetition of what is illegcd to have taken place on Wed- nesday when the ambulance was call- ed to the aid of the victim of the accident In the No. G mine.-. lj. Cody, bronze shield and bronze j-violence, the strike, the lock-out, must give way to legality, to the counsel of the wise, and to arbitration. The I ing of Social the creation of the Group come to full citizenship, and the organization of a completely consti- tuted society of such groups, each in- dependent and self-governing in its sphere of action but co-ordinated with i (Continued from Front '1'age) TRIBUTE WHERE TRIBUTE IS DUE It has fallen to Queen's University, Kingston, to'honor the oldest occupa- tion in which man has been engaged, ind with it to honur tbe individual, hi conferring the honorary degree of -Doctor of Laws on Mr. Seager Wheeler, of Rosthern. Saskatchewan. Mr. Seager "Wheeler is not a lawyer hut a as is well known, and In his services to agriculture, in re- sard to the production of tbe early variety of wheat, needs no Introduc- tion, at least in the West. 'It may be as' something Incongruous tbe degree of law should he con- ferred on an agriculturist, but in the nature of honorary degrees, whose ap- plication allows of a broad generality, corporation the same freedom ot 'the besfowalof the'degree ot Doctor action as. Individuals, and, by being were ordered to the usual danger point between Bridge and Foun- tain streets. More Trcops 'to Cork. CORK, Ireland, May Two thou- sand troops from Englaud' were ed at Bantry im: B. C. Cransloun, 2 medals for beit pullet, any strain. VJ C. Rebel medal poultry, any strain. for best pair R. McDowell, medal for best indivi- dual collection of garden produce. R. A. Ray, gold medal, 100 yards open. The following also donated cash ilessrs: James -Murray, Becker F. Royj Iliou- Yates, J. W. -McClain, A. Sorensen Hunt t Son, W. J. Buchanan, id at Bantry on Saturday and werojLuchia, H. B nOe, E Xclson H aud causet! a s mniediatoly distributed throughout] M. Stewart Jos Coumlle Rev N pox the Board iVest Cork, where'they will be 3f a-. Gelderioos, Rev. W 11 Muncaster 'restrictions mi the others, will he the best barrier! against the communistic tyranny of Holshevism. Mr. Boulanger has maije o-jt a good and appealing brief and he places the matter squarely, in the recognition of tl'ie group under the Civil Law. when he observes that the principle of as- sociation will bo the living force of the new Democracy for which the world has been made safe. Tho leg- ists of our time will deal in terms tioned at points five miles apart. 1 W. 0. Morrison, Ole Jorgensen. Therushtor gas tractors continues. The motor has certainly come into its own in the Raymond district this year. The strong demand for tractors is evi- denced In the fact that one firm, Messrs. King and Green, alone sold four Fordsons last week, according'to a statement made by L. D. King, mau ager. Other implement houses report a number of sales. After a precautionary ban on public assemblies for the last two weeks caused by a slight outbreak of small of Health feels that the may be safely lifted Mon-, day morning. The disease, which was' had arrived at his At Newport, Ky., school chil- dren are on. an enforced holiday, as the teachers on strike, demand. ing higher wages. U. S. underwriters claim burglar) insurance business has been con ducted at a loss for more than a year owing to great increase in rob- beries. A woman at Buffalo, wag knocked down by a falling, trolley ivirc while Troops to the numbsr ot 150 also The "concert'to be -Ivcii bv the ot an extremely light form, has prac- rived at Skibbereen. They 'comman-; Nobleford Choral Sociofv which was tically disappeared. Schools, churches, deered several buildings there, includ- announced last week for'the '8th will 'heatres, etc., will be free to open Ing the town hall., which was made i be held instead on June .Monday. their headquarters. I Tne Laaies' Aid has done a con-! Tlle rfe'urns the drive for tho Rebels Now Slam U. S.. siderable amount 'of sewing for Children's Relief fund have Thomas Johnson, the acting senre-; ladies of the town at very reasonable''3u6t been by Stake Super- crossing the street. Her hatr was singed, and she was stunned, but escaped serious injury. A Bellefontaine, 0., woman seek- ing divorce, charging cruelty, says ing such _ ._........._ United States, where the very idea of personal liberty was. unknown, ,ho of associations of groups instead of in saifl' "nil where men and .women word ,_____, serviced to lone terms of imprison- terms of individuals. But the modern ment for daring to say that the United .of Laws.has.its sentimental meaning In in this special case, it was groups will have to be given by In-1 States was not a land of freedom. The Londonderry Riots. LONDONDERRY. May last night cetween "Nationalist thari granted the full complement of power which the law recognizes to indivi- duals, will be made conscious of their rights and obligations. Groups up to the highest honor In the gift of the University. -Honorary degress when conferred, i uroups carry, with them a recognition of ser-1 other. ana< in of .the UlllMi9t Unionist mobs whs 'even" Saturday's fighting.1 Bottles, 'bricks' and pistols were again freely employ- ed by the combatants' and niany more the present have been antagonistic "'inflows were broken.-'- 1 Groups of men and women in the Team of Telephone Line Gang; society' and there are yet two wards lo report This amount will likely be somewhat increased when these wards report, Tbe campaign for the million starv- ing Jewish children in eastern Eu- ropean countries began two weeks .ago. The collection of money in aid I of these unfortunate innocents was i done on tho iusiigation ot the Genera! Board of Religion Classes at Salt Lake. The church organization un- dertook the relief work with the good- will and sanction of the Jewish Relief vices rendered. They become the duo 01 those who have benefitteil human- ity in the particular sphere of their acliTity. Mr. Wheeler has been singl- ed out .in tbe particular hrjon ho lias conferred in seeking and finding after provision of machinery for tbe dis. cussion of common interest, it has of fountain-.street j and similar groups in (lie Sinn Fein quarters of Bridge street, followed nn cries with stone Becomes Js Cut on Wire Fence. resulted that occasional meeting of opposing regarded the street was. generally the ground soldier named others; .Russell' forces were more or less I throwing.. Then more than i chased the two-slor forces were more or revolvor snols Jollowed.' diatelv south of the i as Bbameral affairs and that )n addition .to the killing of a former: ing it'to the lot. or Xew York to whom all t moneys collected for this wil] be forwarded. Tho children responded cheerfully, Supt. Allred reports, nuil he feels thai Own under the circumstances Taylor stake TA1JER, May Carr has pnr- made a creditable showing. In Bay iry dwelling imme-, mond the Religion Class workers were; -j depot, and is mov-! laboring under a handicap as the at-! ng It to the lots on the east side of tendance at school was only eighty i KegUUarsblu made vacant by the i i Arthur J. Dunn, Mrs. Hice HcuBywcll patsed aivay.__ at her home In Haldlmaud To mK for his. guests iu her year. lhe of a string of California _ 'tourist hotels Uas' furalihed each Ontario Provuclal Association a common owTfushloned of He ail Merchants is set-king to have eqnlppcU ajCS-Ofr various parcel post rates raised. weights Wore !han G.OOO.OOO raw pelts, valued at ivere on sale Ai the St. Louis International Fur Ks- change. Wilkeaburre, Pa., restaurants nilsed their prices. Next day their receipts were cut in half. The tliirii day the old prices were restored. Twenty-six members of the Com- muiiisl party are on trial at Chicago FamnUt NaHIC charged .with conspiracy to over- 1OC naillC throw the Government by force. MASON R1SCH Dr. James Anderson, a prominent on a Phonograph "Ye've never beeu ablo to keep up to tho demand for thig instruraonL See It! Hear It! You'll surely want one. The tone quality Is like our resonant, blear. terms of. 'payment. avenue iear First lreei to an outbreak of smallpox. Had i diligent scientific research that van1 where.all contentions were fought. were wounded.. When the -fighting; north, where he has already mored school attendance been up to nor-i .'ety of wheat which will meet Nat'ure on her own ground and, bending tn her adapt itself to the particular c.rcumstancea in bearing I started, the police In area were withdrawn Bluebeard Watson wives but lhcro appcar to results i cMmRMS for otherwise might not be ob ___ man who works willi hia hands In the rendering of se. rf Lcnor. When to tho manual appH- j cation ho -brings the vigor of his mind, jInarC' with an added and far-reaching result of the general benefit produced, he is worthy of twice-told honor. Such a man 13 Seagar Wheeler. Tlie honor the price of sleeping berths tbe from the east end. for a few] Cycling is becoming In. has not only 1 mob law was supreme. Doher- the newly graded streets. was passing along Orchard street Tho abundant moisture still found when a shot rang out. lie ran wmo in the sod was tho cause of difficulties distance and then fell and was carrie-1 attending the moving of a largo frame into a nearby house by some girls.i yesterday "purchased by J the freight mal the amount from this town would rage on' have been doubled at least. administered, tbe crowd outside knelt Is worthy c'5e' repeated Ihe. prayers. (effect Is enough to give one a night-. Bridge Is "No Man's Land." 10 manual appu-1----- Armed and masked men who held bridge as a sort of "no man's Saturday night, took possession It is not a case of milking hay but; again Sunday night, and there was in- sowing seed while tht sun shines with J discriminate revolver shooting. Ihe farmers these days, and they iip-1 tionallsts who previously had used bridge to reach Waterside, were com- pelled to use row-boals. 1 ppjir to have been uuikitig excellent bestowed on him comes most worthily in the way the worth of the recipient [progress. has been acknowledged. The .Meunonltes of Manitoba1 and THE EVOLUTION OF .THE GROUP SYSTEM The Idea of thn formation of'the ''one Wg uirion of In Xew .York State, to protect American com- :munilies from possible fuel or fooil famine during strikes, 'marks tho 'tendency of the modern day to adoi.t the group system. We sec the In the new Farmers' Party, the Ubor 'Party, ami what is known us tho -Middle Class I'r.lon In Grrat Hrilaln. _With the spread of the hlea it be- comes a matter that the It-gal status of these groups should be recognized the of such n policy. Those groups are not regarded in lite sense of corporate bodies, such us iiuorpor- companies, with which and will; .individuals tho alalus of the law established. Tho creating of a now NEW TELEPHONE LINES 'RKGI.NA, Sask.. May matcly 700 miles of long distance tele- Saskatchewan Intend moving to nnC5 ,vlu the Saskatchewan government tills year, tlic program tor 1920 con- Urazll, the land where Ihc iiul comes front, it should lie easy Ihere to deal with the problem in regard to tho Mcnnonlles which made it a nut to crack in Canada. According to a learned professor the nc-xl war "ill be tine the air with Ibc- mosquito anil llio housefly mobiliz- ing anil lliafiemlnalinc deadly rjorms. There should be more need for air- craft of the description kuoivn as mos- 'lilito craft. structlon outlined by the department of telephones Is rarrled out in its entirety. the law regards groups, woulci -be in the nature of a bencficfal policy in that responsibility will be placed, and sensed where H Is placed. In an address delivered at a lunch- eon at the Quebec Junior Bar Associa; tlon at the Chateau Fronlenac, Oscar li. Boulanger, of the Quebec Bar. re- terred to tbe modern Social tciv by which thn groups will have legal re- cognition. The modern Social Tiie people of Kureka Springs, Ar- kiinsas, will nol bless Itic old Bray mill'1, ihe remembrance or which baa Oiil.ibllshcil thn place as the original Is I home of lilueb'jiird Watson. It was a rnillisili Iblng to do anyway, as no BICYCLE IS MARVELOUS INVENTION TO INDIANS WIXXII'EG, Man.. May The Indians, who were brought to Winnipeg from thn far north to pardcipatc In the Ilurfson'H K.iy anniversary some of whom had never been in a large city before, when town will oiny Kureka Springs (lie notoriety It has gained. The Germans do not intend to send delegate! to tbe. conference nt Spa. Spa being noted for ila medicinal ji' w-alerB, it may be lhai the decision has been arrived at in thru Ilic Ocr- mans havo had to take loo much o( their medicine it is without, having lo s-iAk for moro. nesscd hero declarer] It tti bo tho bicycle. This rf-ison for this. It in said, li because he can sen the workint: of tho hK whereas falls to an- rlerHlanil In Ihc Iho wonderful mechanism of the locomotive engine, thn alrplnno. the automobile, or the structiiren of tho.elly.. The hi- with Its sirnolo mechan- ism appeata to the Indian's mind, and interests him much morf- than the morn rornplicat- rd machinery of modern rlvlll- nation. sheds, and which P. Cbrlstenscn is moving to Ihe lot In the Douglas ad- dition recently bought from tho town by Mr. Prowse. The cable was brok- en three time? in succession, when W. Hlpp's large tractor was put on, ow- ing it, tho front wheels of tho plat- form trucks cutting through the sod. Two smaller tractors, the town ma- chine and one belonging lo the Mc- Laughlln sarage will be tried on Mon-1 ilay, with a plank roadway for the! trucks. The planking will likely be! used all the way lo tho destination of the building. The two casea of disorderly con- duct thla week cost the actors fifteen slmoleons apiece In thn police court. A couple of others got oft with a reprimand. j A toamster for the telephone gaiiR working out of town had a narrow cajie from tho hospital on Hnturday, while Ihc wngon WB? standing be- tween a pole and a. barbed wire fence. 'A passing auto frightened the team I of colts, which ran toward the wire I as the driver was working between' them nnd the fence. The man wasj dragged along Iho fence, his clollies i being torn lo shrods, in spitu of his position, he managed lo seize tho rfjliis, avurting :i moro surious acci- dent. fi K. Tibhottg has bought the house, the auction sale last Saturday, Seventeen hundred dollars is the appropriation, and Councillor I rorteous has a proposal that the board of trade rairt ?30P, Ibc town adding Iho same, for a number of cars of gravel (o be placed on tho now roadways. Seven hundred and fifty i dollars has been paid on the tractor price of J1780, hnif tho (Own would then havo about left for the how culvorts bidng installed Illock and tackle had to ho brought Into play tn lifting ihe marbles used In candy manufacture'to (be upper floor Ilic Oreek cjindy eloro which is lo Saturday on Main street. Water fjunectitin has been inrt'le aurl candy- Be. suspicious of Any tenderness or bleeding of the cums. This is usually the first stage of in- sidious disease cf the Kums that de- stroys tha teeth and undermines bodily health. Gradually the rums become spongy. 7hcy inflame, then shrink, thu3 ex- posing the uncnamded tpoth-baso to the ravages of decay. Tiny open- ings in the gums form gateways for gsrrna to enter iiie system. Medical science has trscc-J many lo these infecting gcrnw in the gums weakened by Pyorrhca. They are now known to be a frc- olicnt cause of anaemia, rncimi.itisrrt nnd other serious con- dilhr.s. So v.7.tch carefully foi' Ihst iirst or bbcdini; of tho gump; Try Forhan'n immcdintcljr. H- pasi- lively prevents J'yo-rhca (Sigcs" Dis- cpss) if in lime and used con- sistently. And' itt prcventine guards other ills. (For tho GUTHE) cleans locth Ecienlifically as Briisli your teeth wilh H. It keeps the teeth white and cican. if.gum-shrinkage lias already, set jn, tiart using Forhan'a and consult a denlist immediately for special trcat- _35c and GOc tubes in Canada and U. S. If your druggist cannot surmly you, and price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. FORHAN'S. LTD., Montreal FORTHE GUM -time o Sunlight Soap It is impossible to buy a purer .soap tban Sunlight. Therefore it is really the cheapest soap you can buy. The purer and better1 the 'less you need for the wash and the better the work done. is a real economy to Sunlight Soap for the wash and about the house. Insist on'getting the Soap you ask LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED: TORONTO I HARTT SHOES A CANADIAN SHOE FOR PARTICULAR MEN Thcfls shoes appeal to the man who is particular, bcca.tlie lliey give a finish to his appearance. They keep their shapei and give wear value for money expended. The cncapert, nhOa in the end is the shoe lhat gives service. We havo It. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES'fOft ALL AOE8 W. J. NELSON GCX SHERLOCK BUILDING ;