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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913 pybllttxra JTHI LETHiRIDCC HERALD PRINT LIHITSB 1212 ad Slinnun D Torriict l Offic. pir.rew b7 aiill. null, par S-Mily. by null par veiY In lions of the prosaic of life week II Kill be established i IhV people ol Lelhbiidie ttie trlcl realize lhal there is somi-lhins more worth Uvicg lor than mere accumulation ot dollars anil cents. There are such known as the asperities ol life. These it full of rouih edges which require wnlug down, to this means rnusii- .greatly ends Itself, snd it fulfils Ibis function I way vtbich eleraies. Not only his, music helps in binding a lom- munlty together. Where ineiv are fCK'- al gatherings there musU1 holds Us rlace iu the way ot gjvlr.E a test lo thess gatherings in ihe pleasure ii pro vides. The cultivation ol music Is some- thing in Ibe way of a social neej. H reates an atmosphere of happiness, and everything which conduces to Ibe happy slate need! encouragement. To those tafcen an. aciiva part In hrineins the Musical Festival short itay at Klndersley, Sask. Ueahe.aiai Mils 1'eutUwd were, in town OB butlnets vldtor 'lowh ou Mottdy? c .Mri. liFerne wire cine Hal vliltora one day this week. Mra. Hurtbert spent a. couple ot days last neeV Kllh her daujbter, Mrs. nyamj. from Sirs. 1 Met Also LEAVIHIOSEND (Krem Own crrisix-iini DOW 1S1AND, May The Institute held tho regular: monthly- nieettas In the Rest Room IESI Saturday afternoon. There was a eooj attendance of members and several visitors present- Alter .the. regular business part of the meeting was over the called on A. D. Holfe to give the report of tie I to -Leibbridge. and making it. R-' it j convention heJd in Calgarv. Is a recular initituiion': to be Tbe membfri were greatly Interested _I. -r _._nrj anil Mplry ol subscriptions a Kir on addresi label Accspt of papers after eipinllon u tut anthoilu to sub- PRESCRIBING BUT HOT CUR1NO. The MinislM- ol Labor uan be prop- arly slid to be lie mouthpiece ol the Government, in Ibe same way us every Minister of the Crown may correctly be -aid lo speak end act for Ihe Gov- ernment of which he is o Senator Robertson, far Iron) inlend- Inz lo do anything of tbe kind, placed tie Government in the position of n jliy-iciin who prescribes lor the1 pa- tient'but Ickes no step to enable thfc pallenl lo benelit by Ihe prescription. In speaking of the of the day ho itrongly advocated Iho necessity of L luOd production. When'we note of Ibe looked fonrard lo much is owing. We iSall be mating no invidious selection we mention Ihe name of.. Mr. Claude Hughes who was primarily re- sponsible lor bringing tie Festival to Lelhbrldse. He jpared no pains, cor time, in making this Feslival whal may be popularly regarded as a going concern. With him he has enlisted others who have worthily co-operated with him in making Ihe Festival lake Its place in the life of ihe city to the elleni which it now enjcys. To Jlr. Hughes and the rest not only music [overs but others arc Indebted lor Ihe interest and Ihe pleasure which the Alberta Musical Festival in lie coming here has created. II has helped to make life not allogether too barren and has given a tone to cimen- shlp. Five Delegates'and Ilrass Band Coming ball' Players Busy rFrom Our Own. BAVITT, May every one htTe is through seeding now. ei cept in Ihe case of barley and oat for feed. The order of Ihe day no Is two-fold In teavltL First, ever one Is taking e. lively interett In Ih coming convention In u in each part ot Ihe report and Mrs- llolfe explained different parts where the report was a little indefinite, thus irskics It more Interesting. one hears such a report ot a meet- Ing held by a bo3y ol women one can. ual help but leel that woman is sure Iv coin" to lake, her lhat is "oon-ln Ihe nallon more than ever der Ihe U.F.A. plan lor independen s- ........political action. Leavltt will bav at lenst five delegates to the conve lion as well as Ihe Leavlll U.K. band. U is estimated thJl at lea 33 Leavltt people will allend Ibis co venllon on Slay 29 and 30. Secon the fellow must be lame, holt or blln that Isn't throwing a ball these da> A baseball league has been organll before. As time was limited, the lat- ter part of Iho program was left lor another meeting. Jltsdames Ludtke and Mundy ser- vtil a delicious lunch Ri the close ol ihe meeting. There were elgllt new members joined the Institute, Salur- IV. V I'. F. W. A. held their regular ;Crown urging' Ih'e 'necessity ot pfoduc- lion call to tiie so many nol to congregate-In "ell- les but lo engage in the work of pro- duclng lood, and at the same tlme'-note the handicaps under which productioil' labors, it is past tMnSlns whal tbe Gqv- Victoria Day. It is Ihe first in a Ti" torious General Strike'appears lo be consid IT p lOClr ItSUlaL IUCCL-, --o--- ine'ln'tha Rest Hoom last Saturday I In this and tie old prf-w nikht wilh-n splendid number ol- menv enthusiasm Is evident everywhere. T bcrs nre'enl The chlel business was I competing teams .are Aetna, H crs nre'en tbe making arrangements lor the, lunch which ia lo be served at the Itcst Room ou May 2Jth by this soc- iety. The Camp Fire Girls, which has re- cently been organized, with Mrs. V. G'iU'ert as patrone'53, r.re going to have a candy boolh on the Bart Ball (ICKEDiJP'lN; ron HVIY MAS- Kitchener (Ire department, It mat- I a clean-uu IntueclfoQ of the town. Fovl Dover It asking tbe Dominion mwnmcnt (or liSO.OOO for luinruve.- enle, under B. train when slight- Campbell. o[ ClJce Day. ivus Spring, Olenwood and Leavltt. first big game will be played on the. King's birthday, June 3. Even Ihe Leavill Juniors'-are Ulkled will the baseball tug. They have already played two games wilh the Cardsluu High school and have one same to the credit of each team. On Wednes- Hallfax Vresbyterlins aro going to ulld a new church, and Sim ay school. An opinion to Ibo ellecl thai tho rewing ol per cent, alcohol Is lssal.hu been given by U. S. Al orney-Cencra! Palmer. File thousand scholars In procession and nearly as many adulls partlclpat ed In a tribute al Saull Ste. Marl Ihe memory of EdiUi Cavell, man memorial Iraes being planted. Representative Carl C. Dyki ol SI. Paul, commander In chief of Ib United Spanish War Veterans, d! of hemorrhage ol lha stomach, at Washington hospital. George Barber, 17 years ol age, wa acquitted ol manslaughter in cooue tloa with tho death ol Kathleen -M Intosh, a passenger In the motor c which he ivas driving when it .w struck by a train near Toronto, BCcauso the work connected wl the olllce ol civic welfare chicl liilerlere ivilh Ihe conduct ol her do mesllc! affaire, Mrs. Louise- Winches- ter has declined lo accept an Import- anl clly appointment In As a wile, her home. Is entitled .to proler- ence over city atfslr? hi Ihe demands ou her lime and ability, -Mrs. Win Don Garrison, held on a.charge- of erjury, was sentenced lt> 60 .days Ubou! hard labor, by Chief Justice aultaln In Ihe court of King's bench Tuesday. t former 'President. II. Tail vigor- usly defended tho Versailles peace realy at tbe annual meeting of Ihe .merlcan Unitarian Association. The -creation of a separate dopart- -lenl of fisheries, a deputy iuln- ster In charge, was upon 1r. Hallanlyne. by momborj of llio Dominion FUhcrlce Association. Hev. (Capl.) W. A. Caineran, ad- rossluff SI. Audreys Society, To-1 onto, declared that nolshovtsm was' he only allemalive to tbo league ol Qtldus. Aerlsl freight service belween Hie I United States and Cuba was Inslitut- d by John Grevn nnd Augustln Parl. aviators. .Regular trips are planned vlth an American-built seaplane. Tbe goiters ranking from one to cli'iu the records ol the United Stales tjoll Assoctallon will come lo. Canada n June to nsalsl In a campaign to raiio funds for the'Red Cross. t Thers will be no' decrease In ihe ..heallacreage seeded in Saskatche- wan thjs eprhig. This means thnt Ihere will be ocres of wlieat tbls year, as lhal was tno olliclal es- tlmato ol last year. The Edmonton clly council Ilr special meeting on Tuesday afternoon definitely established ao tbe day .lor Ihe wecSly half-holiday for business houses in tho city. A bylaw defining Saturday as tho day was passed, the bylaw also providing certain eienipttoiis where the holi-lay will be Wednesday, these Including bulcheja, grocers, clly markeU Most Value for Least Money All o! us HXe to feel we've matte a good In I Inn 05 there's nothing n quite equal tlio famous oU MASON RI3CH Immense purchasing power and quIcX distribution tbrougU i our 20' branch stores helpi lo lei us sell at low prices. "From Factory' lo Homo" MASON RISCH, UH11Q) Dalmoral Block "The Home o( the Vlctrela' DctccllTe Sergesiil Harreck of the Easkatcbewau provincial police force, and ilagistrato MacKchen ivlll go to Dlatoe Lake, armed wllh a permit lo eihuma the body ol Paul Kachoreli. nnd .will hold an Inrtuest Into the cause ol death. Paul KachoreX was killed last cummer following a wed- ding celebration In the'Illaine Luke district. have a canny oooin uu LUC M on Jlav and are looking day afternoon Ihia weei Ihe lla Orounas u _ "--'jams n'lll be played in, Cardston. The boys are nearly as anilous about this at the end or the "V l ered Ihe irjost popular.aeneral ol A part .from a. revered'; queen to whom Ihe 'associations' of Victoria Day lor a lull day. -d man in 'that drowning accident early April, was loiihd' Tuesday. Maj 2din. a little north of Mr- Bert Polletts, end about two miles 'from o, where' Ihe 'accident happened. Mr. J- P. Pearls' was 'down fishing and game as the girls are. has been tfle war, wllh much a campaisn of Bpprtsrt-ii-the days..when tlie war'.is. Ii done by lie ip encouttge. thV inipienMntJ necessary ''for proJncflonj'are'-'inide. .In the arti- ficial prices which''nave io be pald_ a ban'- dicap 'to.'ti'etr VV to the con- clmion; llil-.tne' workers "should .en- gage :in pT'oducllon. Yet, we see the auiborltallvc- Jv-asaented neglected and other in- suckled tioif'oiiiVresses'unduly 'on Ib.e prodnc-j 'X Government should not Jrust en" 'tlie'lr 'to being a wise Neslqr.' it'is a- peeled to do, and should do; a great 'deal more Ibah the disease It sbouTd take steps Ip Ihe "disease.-not by empty suriplion bul by using Ihe means whereby those prescriptions could be matle up and be administered. Tha haj-neirij hall gone. N6 tariff relief appears In 'Bight. H :.i_? ss K tie Jllnlsler ol Finance is Dallj between ITTO opinions and anilons- i IrNvaltlng lor war to 'get out of cling, .It assumes the. full meaning of (ounj lue ttody. 1( was lying Victory Day. When Ministers preach and do-nol prac-Use they lay themselves open to tbe Hunt. sometimes lerel'iEd against ministers ol different calling. e'higfi cbsl ol Imn'g. the pre- vailing, unrest, and the struggle for e'lls'tence inese days It'would require a good many Pollyannas, to show ns what nave to be glad for. Though the.'fate' o[ Hawker it un- certain 'and. everything lo the worst, there are others still eager to mate .the -Allantic (light. It is .this spirit ol'iierrjng.do has made tht Anglo-Sairon race what H Is. rock with head and feet In tbe: water. A party went To the river last i night and the body was. brought to! Mr. S. Y. Hurst's undertaking parlors 1 and prepared for burial. The inter- j meat was madd in tie local cerne-1 I was, kicked.by the inimal. We are pleas- ed lo report that no bones were brok- en, though the lirhbs are puita sore. chealer declared. Major Adone .Tomasella, ot Bag- dad, Fla.. commander ol Ihe Isl Bal- iallon, 32Sth Infanlry, brought with him a 16-year-old donkey raptured from the Germans on Sommtf and named Nassau. Nassau Is credited wilh' being" u perfect gas alarm. Major Tomasella says he .undoubtedly saved many lives' on when his "bee haws" aroused the sleapy Battalion Just as the Germans opened a heavy gaa attack1. According lo ihe Nassau could 'smell1 10 minutes belore II'arrived. mry. Litlle Velva' Hnrsl; close to a horao Fine Lecture ne e Those who ivere present in Ufe O. 0. F. Hall on -Monday evening had an treaa they listened" to. liV lecture livered by. Tier. Iff. McTavIsh, ol v 'Oledicjne Hat, on ".Modern Chivalry Knighthood ot the 20th' Cenlurv." of-ancient chivalry House, Barn, 13 Head and Cattle Loss i (From Our .pirn CorrMpcnainl) MaT-32.--Charles Storl, sli miles west'of Vulcan, inot will a heavy loss'when his fine house and barn were burned to -the' ground on Monday 'niguiV'. t The which was ot unknown origin, started' about 9 p.m., and In an Incredibly short time tie hulldlnajs what it meant what it did for the "n'a were In Ilames and beyond human people, o go sometbing.allowed to take place in the way of.starvation prices, there la good ihan ol the f -of the liili! The loss" .includes-'Ihe .house and U5 niobfof the fnmlture andUroTlsJoD-' jiom I the -barn, Logel'qer with 13 her horses and cattle, harness and i more. BOSTHOM AND BRADY IR- RIGATION LEVELS. HAY AND GRAIN. U.Q.G. FARM MACHINERY. NATIONAL RUBBER FILLER. .STAUDE Mftk-A-TRAC'TORS K. W. C. KEHOBENE BURN- FOR FORD Farm Products, Ltd. S13 Sherlock Bn'.ldlng 'Phone 777 inn UL- kuc Besides the f'.cture on that even- ing, we must not forget the splen- reason to ask 'What jg the Union GOT- did music ordieatra. cVntneni'dangr1 The, too, Mr. Wilfred Henderson, ,vho Is a great fovqnte with Bow Island audience, sang one song and when encored, gave one-more. 'Miss Sehonerl, whoii ivo all enjoy, recited orie selection ar.d Ibe 'audience were st. perslstenl lhat sbeitoa came back Kfen some 'ol onr such a? 3Ir. Cockibutt, have to ue reminded that Adard Smith, the exponent of poltt- cal laid il down thpt wealth'it :oot It'Is only to be that Mr. Cockshutt 'should mate error In regard to what known as the "dismal science." T This appearance.ol vacil- lation In regard lo'so importanl 2 policy as the tarill does not tend Ip .-5 create confidence In Union Oorern mem. The vlrloe' wblch' a lr-; -ESienim'enl was held lo possess wa thai U would not be out lo please no Michin'rcjl ind Eltclricil IgUMI SCKNl Julyawl Auguil. 3e CEO. Y. CHOWW, ANGLICAN St. Cyprun Charcli 11ln tirMt'iRl (Mth. Ctntn W.'V. Mictor Mr. Banner, Organist and Cliolr Uader. Morning Prayer. 11 o'clock. Bfcnins Prayer, 7.30.o'clock. Sunday school al 3 p.m. Holy Communion lit, M and Sth Sundays, S a.m., 4th at 11 o'clock service. UETHOD1ST 3T. AUGUSTUS'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and Blh Street South Rev. Canon J, E. Murrell-Wrlaht, M.A., The services tomorrow will bo laken by Ihe Hector... A course of sermons Is being preach- cd on Sunday mornings on "Tht Ulhle In the Light ol Modern Know- ledge." The old vlow 01 whal Iho Illble Is can-no longer be held ,In tellectually by tho new mind. Wesley ChoKh RfV.-ChM. E. Crasi, B. Restdence.320 llth SL'S. Phones: Paraonage W, Church Study 408 Claude Hushtt, L.A.B, Mm.'Director 1030: Bvcrylmember ot the.Sunday School :i3 lirgcd lo niMl .in Ihi! Sunday'Sch'ool Hall not la.lcr. titan 10.30.. This la very Important. "1 a.m.: A special program 'will b-2 rendered, in keeping with the day and the occasion. This, day Is be- InK kept In keeping with of Ihe Provincial Government. Ev- ery friend, m'eralicr. and adherent anil olhers'who not nttlltoLcil with any Sundai- Scnool, Is urged to bo prcscnl. PRESBYTERIAN Knot Church Corner 4th Ave. and 81 h Street S. Rev. A. H. Dcnoon, pallor, E.'r. Layton, organist and choir [elder 10.00 am.: All'departments ol Sabbath School. Special "Oo lo Sunday School" ser. vice. v il.OO a.m.: Beginner's anil Kjndergarl- o 7.30: Evening service; lubjecl "Sid tracked, or tho yq.itns man ,who raliscd his Chance." JIf.. Collt Taylor, the exnmlner lor the Itoya College ol Music, and onp of tho leading pianists of.. CahidiJ, jflll rbntlc-r Iwo planb'acfccllona. services. Eraplra r Institution 99 the Alberta Musical ret- In so.pinny words, Ih ere if a "ind 'aroused In making, tho .most of.a.ntl tlolng the best lo excel .In wust re- tteves life from the sordid consldera- GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY v TRACTORS! oii Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Lethbridge Hotel Phona 15M CANVAS SHOES FOR ALL AGES WE HAVE THEM IN ALL WIDTHS. Hah, Louis and Military Heels and Crowing Girls' IIeolst Oxlordu, Military and Growing Girls' llc.cia. I'nmps In Military end Growing Girls' Heels. Prices range to van ALL 8IZE3 FOR CHILDREN White Kid Putnft'i Louis covered .new and -r 620 THIRD AVENUF SHERLOCK BUILDING BAPTIST Flrat BaptUt Church Corner 9lh Street and 3rd Ave. 9. Rev F. W, Difae, B.A., Pastor Mr. B, Jones, Director of-Choir Services nt 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Tho pastor will preach at both The ardlance oi Hapllam will be ad- rnlnlslered during Iho evening Ecr vlcp.- Sunday School nnd IMble Class at 12.15. Chrlctfaif Men's at 3 p.m. A cordial Invitation In all THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH Pesttr- cn departments. 11 a.m., -raovnlrig Day servlcfiB. Dig Sisters' class. Z.oc nig Brolhcra' class. I.Oy p.m.: Chlneso class. 7.30 .-p.m., evening services. Special musical service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Strut Sunday al 11 IJB. nody." Rtinfley SchDoi' convenes nl- Iho clott the Sunday morning scrrlco. tvcnins1, Teltlmooy nmv tat I pm. rhe readlnc room Is'open ei- tept Sundtiys Bnrt legal hoUdays, from fl'to wlicro'tlid niWo'inil author. Rev'.'-E, j; heons, eser 1271 5th Aye.'N. Phona 1659 I Christian aclcnco Choir Leader, Mrs.. K. Jackson. read, borrowed orpurcb d. 10 a.m., morning class In the diurcli. 10 a.m., Hoys' Ucpt. ol Iho Sunday School In Ihe Hall. 11 a.m., morning service. 2 o'clock, HCEinnors ami Primary ilo- [JO Tpao, uurrowuit ui I cdrdldlly .'Invited, to. at. (i lend Iho church lisa to .Iho rcedlnf room, parltncnl the Hall 2 o'cloc Chriitian Church Ufrl, of tno Runday S. S.I, Cliurch. Public Meellnas. All Oliver L. Curtli, Partor1 Car. 3rH Ave. uni tlh 3t. Illble "Oo To Sun ilay Elchool lo.tiVlrig a friend. ij. I'reachlne at J'l.31) a.m. .The Hermrtil iwlll In keeping irllh onii returned hoys. 0. K. al G.4S. I i Kvcnlni! Great Innr." Utllircn. v t 7.1S, Hqtig. Scrvlcoi cvcnltif service. The paBlor wlfl prcflcli hiornlnfi ftn-l ot tho Sttiitloy School In. SALVATION AR.MY Adjutant nnd Mrs. Hamilton, C.O. oVcnlng. PENTECOSTAL HOME .AND FOREIGN MISSION sireeV'tJIorih Rev. C, M. Ntvt't- Pastor. ii.iri. nnd 1.30 p.m. Kvcrilng jubJcctr-Kv-nngellBllc. rnajburjit Mltmfon at.3 n.m. OF COO ASSEM'BLV f Cor. 2nd and 'Bth 81. 4. Moiie 'Hall Hlalnbotham Block a nii-niid'.7.30 p.m. Weilhcaday nl S fun.- ytu received the Holy Ghost since ye .It. f Kvrtrylindy ;