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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 1'HE LETHBRIUUE'DAU.K MONDAY, MAY 26, _ ......j. jnd Publisher! THi LETHARIOOE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY. LIMITED M (th ttTMt South, W A. Blicnlnan iMMu.: Managing Director Business TELEPHONES MlUrlil 12J Audit Bureau o! Rttn: in means this mine alfords jr giving power lo provide, the water o.- use. To cut oil .this .supply, i'ay rale to to do so, would j the very height ol callousness and) jomething In Ihe way ot refined cruelty which no rxviy ot men should lUlBgly itself guilty ot. It wat. ol course, in no way reckon- ed thsnhe citiwns Vould have sub- mitted tamely Ho the order thai threatened a water famine. Steps would, no doubt, have been taken in the matter ot self-preservalion to pre- vent a calamity.'This, would have, however, created bilteiness of teej- ing wh'Ich would'not have "been help- ful "to the "miners in their .present struggle against, what they consider in injustice.. To bring pressure to bear to obtain what Is regarded their rights is a mailer entirely be- tween the miners and t'aos'e- against in Raymond tor the summer trom Bill Lake Cily. The ury winds ot the few [are cjulle discouraging lo farm- ers but there Is oftlme tor rain yet before Ihinga will look serious. Is a labor shorlaja lu town, at .one farmer Mid: ''Men scar- cer than teeth." Krank Donnelly Crashed at Cal- gary Wrecking His v Airplane (From pur O BKANT. May Al a special: meeting ol the committee in chargo ot the. June 3rd celebration, held tnj the Bank ot Hamilton tills afternoon. it was unanimously decided to post- pone the celebration to a date to-be decided on later, when the full gram can be carried out as' adve-r P IA iICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR THE BUSY HAN .IS per wMk.......- DtllT. delivered, per rear by n) all, mill, per by mail to IMtM ol eiplry ot Mar "Jallr on addresi label. Sa ot pipers alter expiration .uthorltr to .conUnw ta. icrlptioa. sub- Used and planned. The main altrac- mccji lion planned for the. iday was the whom have their grievance." If (aeroplane stunting and passenger i.faiii- Pr-flok DoniiBliV. J. Y. Card President and W. 0. Lee To Be .Started THE RESPONSIBILITY ON THEXITY WORKERS. According to lie declEion arrived at I at the of the Trades and Lab- or Council in .'the 'cily, a vote will be taken during the first fouc.days ot this week as lo the go- ing out on strike in sympathy wllh the workers. In Winnipeg. The members ol Ihe unions here will be callei on to exercise measure ot responsibility which" in CD degree should be'under- estimated. v it is'not a ojiestion of the pros and cons'ol the .strike In: Winnipeg tbai comes'for decision, it is practically to put into lores is regarded tne principle a sympathetic strike Ihst the. workers will be asked lo con- sider in the casting ol their, voles i.the.matler of.Ihe slrike in Win nipegjt should be born- in Ihe general strike there is .not o much1 in the way of a Ihe weapon chosen is a strike, for carrying on the warfare, there is no reason for anugoniilng nor injuring a neutral no beneficent results but ralher Ihe otherwise, to be gained. In the rescinding ol the strike order regard to the cily mines the miners nave shown good sense. MR. WILSON AND GERMANY. The peculiar nature of the moving ol the German the terms of the peace treaty have roused into man ifestallon. is. It nothing else, iaterest ing. The fourteen points of President Wilson are the- harbor of .refuse to which the Teuton mariners now seek to bring their wrecked ship. It case ol any port in a storm. Andji this, the Tsuton way is not wlthou thai guile for which jj is famous. It a case of the Germans kqurton Infe to Ihe President ot the. Unite States, .In the hope that somethinf will be gained in what lhe> rega-d i an appeal lo his human side. They, aying stress on a Wilson peace, :ar Ellng to" flattery in the hope tha ._ the charge ot wurder ot two Indians, Kalanjalka 'aul and Aloi Paul, to whom it Is al- eged Miles sold wood alcohol, from he effects of which both Indians died. The will of Iho late Hon. J. ni disposes ot an eiUte uhlch is val- ued ot It la understood lo ie uiade uft almost irholly ot oil locks. There are no public bpquetts, ho estate being ie't to bis immedlalo atnlly. Addressing the Dominion alliance In Toronto, Rev. Ben Spence, in deacrlb- ing-lho fituatlon In Canada and the progress In regard to prohibition leg- islation, declared that the 'outlook very and Canadians ought to maintain their country as the banner prohibition nation of the world. new buildings will be 120 feet In jiut 'Donnelly's present upon the size of the galherin [untune in working 'order, 'an offer caiieil on thirty minutes notice- sad was made to him whereby ;the- proceeded to explain that it was sand dollars would ;be" advanced byi desired to effect a strons organization Brant farmers andftbusiness men, tfjfor this south'courilry because ol be here liy theKjjj, tnat one.thlrd e. Thls.fh'bwever, was impos- OWDed In Souths Brant farmers men, lfjfor aIV this south'courilry _.. the aeroplane be here b'y theKjjC QQe.third of tho automo- Thls.fh'bwever, was impos- OWDed In Southern Alberta were sible _ in the district to Lethbridse, The money .raised Curing. theL day' to be iu erecting a and curling rink for the benefit Ihe in general. -njle- ------v .-_----- -iwnue oiuy about 5 per cent, of the was to s were given that o he best millers in the west was being blained and that "the plant would be yerhauled.ani -gri.ndin dperal ions tarted in the near future., 11 is'un- erstood.that the will come ere from Vancouver.'. As this plant as been idle for a lour or ve years, the people of.this locality will be pleased, 10 nee U start work- ng again as it will.give some assur- ance ol dumpling dusl: always being >n hand here despite slrikes and lock-1 out's. Every, industry is a benefit lo he town and district. ,We need more) >f them. Visitors to The Temple' Mr John Bradshaw, Mr. Alvin O. Rich and Mr. Q. 0. Hubbard with Ihree car loads (rom Magralh are here to- day Inspecting the temple. .Every day brings more visitors aniious to see this beautiful and striking edifice. Yesterday Mrs. V. V. Christie and Miss Johnson o! Lethbridge were escorted through this great building by Mr. J. Y. Card. 'Miss Johnson has been attending the youngest son pf Dr. and Mrs. Christie for over a .'week past as a graduate nurse ol succebslul exper- ience was needed for Ihe little one who has been threatened with pneu- monia. Jiiss Johnson _ relumed lo Lethtridge this Jaa. S. Jacobs came -itely and 'security of' cillz- nf I ens'. ,The resolution .was carried prac- 'tai r tically unanimously, th'oir being.ICES oeing] yoled against it. SPECIAL RATES FROM LETHBRIDGE TO and TO LAKE-LOUISE and relum........ Tic'ketJ! on sale dally, Slay Mrd to September 30lh, 1819 RETURNiLIMITH DAYS.! -Banff Spring's Tiolel now open. "Chateau Lake opens June IsL For tickets and further intornia, tlon apply to J. GORDON, Ticket BOULTON'S AUTO UVERY Our Hates Are Reasonable Our Service the Beit THY US Office Phona Rxljinct Phcnc IF STATELY qiGNFTY fs'yaur choice tor A monamcnt 7e. are Tfeady io lubuil- a variety of designs, Lethbiidge Mownnentil Sth Strut, SouOi, R. ffwdf. ths.result of Ii9 visits ot railway mag nates their future arrivals here will call for the dalles of cltlienihip.l not cl.Mte 0 sreat Oj me f-- ess. a sacred concert in Cardsfon on Sun who have a ranch in the Spun- day night in the interests of Ihe le-u j f citluoi at large would carrying- the tlatamtnl Tbe move on the part of those who BIcTafotne policy of the'ilri'ft iVat was very ill tdvlied in lolaf the of Ihe mlnen Vfrlke are conceited ad there wcmTd have been at llenitlfo of sympathy the may havi atlKude. Tte qtnrrel i) diilinctly a li 1> a for In the seme that il been argueil thai Ibe Devil should not have Ihe monopoly of all the teil tunes, a St. pastor has laid it down thai should not be the per- qnltlie of ibe laity but should be used n the pnpllt.' The preacher who arguet betrays fcn emptiness in his vocabukry when he ddnires "strong" j i Now that the mutter o! lilies have fully finished with 'we are en- li.lfWl.we prasume, lo something which will mwi with' the real needs ol the times .In the-Government's :endcaror- Ing lo get al present unrest. Tne fjovernment has. been dig- cussing patent raedldfies. The lime could. fat -better In devising a patent remedy for .the Illi the artists Ui do their work The rtaymond Agricultural Soc- ieties' Prize List is nOtf-Under the lypesta finger. fair, will eclipse anything ever held in Kaymonfl before. Gel your ready. Mr. and Jlrs.' Fred "Anderson, are bore Jlr. An- derson has. Joined Ills brother Henry on tho InUer'i hay farm east cf town. down from Caldwell to meet Mr. Drad- shaw and parly and were also visitors to the Temple. Messrs. Tlllock and Ovard ot Letli- dary Creek district, shipped in the cattle yesterday. Their farm Is in th Irrigated district' near Coaldale ant they report very'good prospects tot this year in lhatlocality. KILLED BY BLAST ST. JOHN, N.B., May T. Duke, 'cMl engineer, brother o "William th CalhoHc cathedral here, .was kllle Friday alternoon at Cpiirtenay Ua> when a'bonMer from a'htaTy whlcn'tha rnblfc it large In' In no aid, correiponoingly, flot'Se fAJff'en "to ,worklni of the_ mtae neini "t 'deal to the 'IJethbrid'ge' and (o the mlneri ihtd- tshlch Ihe conn try la aufterlng at tfte of IhoBe'wfco are keeping i.Ilon. lias grapled permijiibn to opcftta the schools on Inndiird time. 1 IDC IHtlCl s UAJ 111 I III tun Mr. and Sirs. C.M.McCarly are back'struck him in the back..-.., Shoes ihaLwill Give Comfort to the Long Arched Foot Bell's Unlocked Stitched Shoes' for men are made a raised inside to whicn w'ell. up under the arch when your weight IV on the' fool. Thfe.sypporls the-arch and UliM Ihe strain olf Ihe toot. The result Is comfort and Ihe Illy ot or walking for greater lertglh' ol lime without, getting tired. We can fit this shoe to your foot it should he filled and you will gol satisfactory results. We have it in widths. A6K TO BE PITTED SHOE3 FOR ALL' ACES W J.ISELSQN Co. .620 -SHERLOCK this is Look lor the stores with the Ingersoll dis- play. Among the 15 Ingersoll mddels there is one foiyoy. i; The display will help you select. So will, the dealer. Prices to Jeweled watches and models included. 'Vl'" ROBT. M. INGERSOLL A BRO. BUmr Stretl, MwrtreJ. ;