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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta bhDoe, tllDerU ^ILV A>I0 WUKbV t'-f . . --- . fHI kfTHiftlRQC H5RAl,p PRINT. iHa COMrANY, i^lMITKO �I Ml toMM ioiitii. Lathkrlda* ' . W A. BMnanan �n� MlUkfttiut DIrNtbr TomBM   BnalBMf liaaagtr JSSt 104 riLBI*HONES OfflM........ 0(Hm.......... AutfR �yfMU af Olf�Ml�tlW�. �ybwsrlptian Ratw: ' OtU^; dliltvarad. �*r #4ak....... � - -ilaMTara*. par year ......�7.M mail, par yaar ......W-M KbraaU paryaar to 0.8..��.kipathaUc one ' .m ttiii'inadac good 'VtVta o�oHaa-l4>r;*qiaf w�i^ for the ^ipaaying Ikfll^viuices under which thagr. regard I anffering. % tar M the lAbor >aiw;cMi6wlM�:'4^ ^ elvaa in the means this mine affords for fifing power to provide the water tar use, to cut off .this supply, oB�at any rate to endeavor to do so, would be the very height of calTousness and somethUif in the way of refined cruelty yhich no body of men should wilUngly make itself guilty ot. It waa, of course.. Ja no way recM>n. ad that^e citiiena Vould have sub-nofftted tamely-to the order that tbraataned a water famine. Steps would, no doubt, have been taken In the matter of salt-preaervation to prevent such a calamity^. This vrouid have, hbweVar, created a bitterness of teeing wtTlcft. would not have "been helpful, to the miners in their present struggle against what they consider an iliJttstlce. To bring preaaure to baar to obtain what is regarded aa their rights is a matter entirely be-i tween the miners and those against whom they hare their grievance.' If the weapon chosen is a strike for carrying ou tbe warfare, there is no raaion for antagonising nor injuring a neutral pubUc,.wlth no ^beneficent results but rather the othetwise to be gained. In the rescinding of the atrlke order iq regard to the city mines the miners have shown good sense. . . somethlBS (Ot hope tonhems�lVe�:'^TlM Geniwae 'Caondi^yvt fliSteaelves With the .Mnsinlgla-placed on tbe fourtiten^jyalnt^dr Mr. Wilson at the present''^a it caittsea something of holini^tSlmubm how iheae. points ________eiife-eiiill^^^' a-niatteriii wUdi iiiljiut- ti^'^'VB. -So- (iar aa- th* -gaaaral re- OEil .1tmy atin oik^ the beat~of ;'^o&ldl i-the wbrkara- daeida t be for the bsat-twfm&tjof GondMottt. lOQMNMiwtic Bti^' ii~ wiUwtt ' ~ V poir*rfalvwaapon� hat it ia -not tar. ka 'I�nt nrcUnstancaa it may 1^ ^ aakad ,whatker, if there ahoiUd awanl atrlke hara^jmy apaeifle gQ�# VPVld ha attained so tw/ aa help-ti| j*m�>4n Wlnalpac and banattt-||�| nil* mtkeia her*. /Tim qaaatioa the asambars of the Iwalshara will have to earafuUy aak ti^HMffhraa ia whether thay can laglt-iiljA^jr aay that tha qnairel in Win-j|t|Mlf ia, tJMlr 4narr*l and if there is W la^tlaiate reason why they alMVid eanaa coatualon in this city �4ltfui9t any partiealar grievances to b�mp�4iad. The workers are called tk fo Mareiaa what, in the ciroitm-ate^cea. Is a grave duty. Whatever aiP t^m tl^ar taaiti. take should be reason-OQyaldared. They ahonld not be tlappplfd � mere aantissaat. how-fvlr woitby it nay be held. There is a" 1^1'for the duUes of citiaanship, iMtli all tbata ganaral strike means. lOJUf TM� MINBRS. fgy that nothing short of. con-||t|II.HMI WIS eraatad by tha action of tittt; g^kiiig mtaars in calUng out the .4�wiJ^iipiVNI in the city mine would ���^m)fpUMnf the truth. To day that t|iAt>i�tl|on roused a feeling of indig-' ^ tha eitlsens sjt large .^undnC'.tha .Statameat le^mbviB on the ^rt of those \'tha palioy of the strike t ��a very ill-advlsed^ in-:;ijk^tfb^' ot the miner* .^cajtBad- if sd-:3i�'tSiaraviniiild barva.heen an hti^ of 4vhatcnrir'�yaipathy the my hata obtauiad in their yplRfr qiifiiral is distinctly a It is d ifaup^ fdr ,|]lt:Urjif*;js;_te-:�(o, oorraspondisgly, i6l-1Samaa"ortt^ of thtMBltf mhia rtfcitle-^-|3�bi'' Ftink Donnelly Crmhed a^Cal-gary Wmking His ^ Aiiplane (From Qur Own CorrespondeatV BRANT, May 22.-At a special i meeting of the committee in charge of the June 3rd celebration, held in the Bank ot Hamilton this afternoon, it was unanimousl:^ decided to postpone the celebration to a data to'^e detilded on later, when the tuU pro^ gram can be carried, oat aa advertised and planned. The main attraction planned for th�|day waa the aeroplane stunting and passenger carrying by Lieut. Fi-ank Donnelly, Calipiry's noted aviator^ pnluddiy, Dohnelly "crashed" last Tuesday, J. Y. Card Pi�sident and W. O. Lee Secr�tuy>-Mil] To Be (From Our Own. Correspondent) CAROSTON, May 22.-There was a hurriedly ciiled meeting of the car ownera tha other evening upon the occasion ot the trip here of Mr. D. K. while taking up a p^sengar In Cal-j Harris, preaideint ot the Lethbrldge Auto Club, together with no less a personage-than Mr. C. D. MacKintoah lonaTiTwen *5ygUao�s'-p�ace proiramme jglgiam^mi^&pvm rapac-' Wll^ w^Ud be greaUy i|. ha FSh9W-;^wnnie, that the tnajajrity vrith^ Reichstag: w�re prwKrad'te'aeemfrpeaceiin this basis, jrapHw^tid ai^^e only possible has-ia, in l|ls) xff�ii|ii�;~|ba'flia]oiity entirely ra�n4lft4;^.�Haelplea :expra88ed in tMs^-aMMi^a:^' � : - ~ r ' , �' Wfii^^^.ragttded^as'obhoxions at bae ttma is now hailed with acclamation by tiia QamMns. A nation such hs this, t^fhloh liMks to profit to its bwn advantage b;^ the force'of circnin-iitancasaiid hot with any thing which iosay ha lagartad as a'~8ease of right, broidaiins the fiiet that it can neither gary, breaking his machine to such an extent that it would be impossible to have the aeroplane in shape by June 3rd. This has 'caused .considerable disappointmeat to. Brant people as well as people in- the surrouDding districts, as the celehratjou ..would �m-doubtedly have been ()ne i>f the greatest days in the history qt sinaU western towns. Boa^ has never disappointed the people in li^y ita celebrations, so to maintain this high standard it waa d^d^ call the day off till some tvMr^ N|ate., yhe cominltftee had alrciaay .'goncf'to considerable trouble, in, tna^ng preparations and had advertised the day in' surrounding local papacs. . Ti^.-show the sporting spirit of the Brant people, after it was leant^ tifft Ajthou-sand dollars 'woul^.; |^ Ooiunielly's machine in workinf ;fir�thowaTar, wais liQpos-Bible.- v. The money raised. fv^B day was to-b�'=4iiKid in.eracttng'.a skating and curling rink fois; the . benefit of the surrouBding diatft'ct in ghaeraj. who is the 'district orfaniser. As a guest Mr. Clifford of Winnipeg accompanied these gentlemen. Both of the last nanted are distinguished officials of the C. P. R. Mr. Harris is widely nicKED yp IN MASSING r0ll THB BOBY MAN Tlra destroyed the home ot Mrs Malcolm Ktrk, Qlenelg. ' . � f/ _^ � . The b.P.1l. has offered the use ot vacwit land to its Midland employes. ' Tkiovea, entered tha store of J. Pe-.aiaacBat, jewellers, Qalt, securing a humhpr of. rings. ' Hnrant katiglaii. an Armsniah, was committed for trial tor stabbing Apel Najarlan at Qalt. RAYMONDESMT fiEIURNSFiSM Pte. Organ Who %�itt Overseas in 19H^ Wwk^'blien Rrto- prud�uu� Ul� �cv uiKL IM, �;�u U13IUICI I tOW SfUOierS irom -MfB'^VfW/'VlM^wivi. be pitiad nor that it can .be trusted.-fhave had. Being �,priUshr Aservlst To turn a deaf ear to the artificial KrhlBlnBa of a stlU dnregenerate Ger-aaay is the oaly poUey that the AUies caa use, and in standing by it the Allied authorities cannot but earn the approhdtion of tbe people they represent had a thaakfnlness thSit they have firm toaders who wUl not be led aside trom^the path of Justice by anything in the shape ot.false sentimentality. And these are the piping times of peace! Piping hot. President Beatty of the C. P. R. came and went, and-the people of Lethbrldge and the district were left in hoideleaanesB as to the railway facilities they are in need of. If this is to be thejresult of the visits of railway magnates their future aortvals here will not create a great deal ot interest. In the sense that it has been argued that the DevU should not have tbe monopoly of all the best tunes, a St. Loula pastor has laid it down that "cuaa" words should not be the per-nuisite ot the laity but should be used in tha pupUt The preacher who so argnee betrays an emptiness in his vocabnlary when be desires "Strong" IsBgnage.- �^ner Then . (From Our Own CotresDondent). RATMOND. May as-The.D. B. Fowler Drug Co. onine^ Its doora on Monday last to the pifblic. Mr, bowler has in connection an Ice cream and oonfectloner department ^alss ladies rest room. Tii6.'Iat^%:is jme 1 of the moat needed asseU thd 'town^ has evbr had. It iB~�My, ct^veBfanti and a place where a fanners wife caa. spend an hour or so coiaft^rt^hlT Whiler she is waiting for her'hQsbsad. C:iorp. Waiter Baroett^jstarBed from ov^seas last weeS,'.*. J^a)ier enlisted with the IWth .bei�i, trftnsferrad to i^e 16th after'reilehfnI'lSnKiaBd. Wal.. ter looks well and iS'Bilihtr �lad to be> back. ' .-- �-� Pte. Barney Orga^r se^ii of^uf. lOtud harness maker G. Organ^ returned also last week. Banwjf ;j|ias., had si maKipIe of experiencee which but few scddiers from the raFrnj^v^istrict he went overseas, leavHiil '^is wife and child here; Just arfhw days after-war was declared. IV'OieifaJl.of 1914 he was taken pr^oil^r by ihe Oer' mans and from that time np uatil the present spring he has. suffered a hundred deaths. Barney '}09li* a little peaked from bis long atay {9 % Ger-nlaa prison camp but seems to he exceptionally happy to get back home to his wife and little one. � - � �- Bishop and Mrs. J, p. Allred left a few days ago for Utah to^tfiend the burial of Mrs. Elva Fulmer Allred, the wife of Arron Allred. Mrs. Allred is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Fulmar formerly of Raymond but .pow of. Many berries. The'^ Taylor Stake ;�hped In their cattle yesterday. Their farm is in the irrigated district near Coaldale and they report very good prospects for this year in that locality. KILLED BY BUMBT ST. JOHN, N.B.. May 2S.-James T._ Duke, civil engineer, brother ot Rev; wmiam Duke," riMtots of' the Catholic cathedral here, was killed Friday afternoon at Coaitqiay Bay, when a'boulier from a'l&ivy blast atruck him in the back. ' Pte. Cecil Hill's four-year-old ^daughter was burned to death at Bob* fcaygeon. A fir* of unknown origin destroyed ihe camp buildings at the Sliver Gable ;m.ia�. near Healy's Landing, in the Upper Duncaa sectioa. Silverton Mlnera' Union decided to endeavor t� get a six hour shift as a .day's work, with pay at the rate of tl j>er hour. Mr. end Mrs. C. A. Wells of Sardis.'j B. C, celebrated the sixtieth anniversary ,ot their wedding last Saturday, with a large gathering itt friends. Kow that the matter ot titles have been fully finifthed with we are en-titfedl we presume, to something which will meet ,wltb the real needs of the limes to the Oovernment's endeavoring to get at the Beat, of the present unrest. The Ooverament has been discussing patent tnedteines. The time e�^ldb*xe been tar-better nsed in devising a patent remedy for the ilia ^Itit Which the cpniftT Is suffering at the'tiands of tiiosVvhd are keeping jip;;.w�T--lPTices..*.;,-{.�"�- i.'SOtt. Pr.t^ody granted Londtw permiaflon to ope/ale the scbools on standard time. Shoes thaLwill Give Comfort to the Long Arched Fbpt Bell's Unlocked Stitched Shoes for men are BUtde ^th' a long raised inside to heel, which cornea well UP under the arch wh>a your weight is on the foot, llils ^ supports the arch and takes the strain off the foot. The result is comfort and the posslbiUty of standing or walking for greater ledgtb ot time wlilhout getting tired. ^ . , We can fit this shoe to your foot as it should be fitted and you will get satisfactory results. We have it in widths. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL' A0E8 W. J. NELSON & Co .�20 THIRD XVE^Wt^WtlpW'' Kelowna will have a new opera house, which will cost (26,000. The hew buildings will be UO feet ia depth and 40 feet wide. Mr. end Mrs. Thos. M . Syer ot ThamesvUle, Ont, celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary the other day. Mr. Syer is 79 yeare old and Mrs. ayer 72. _ ^ A very sad fatality occurred oa Thursday afternoon when the fourteen months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Bailie, of the Nelson apartments, Cal-g�.-T; was drowned m its bath tub. Last week was the anxieus week ot the Okanagan fruit growera, owing to' the Uability ot damaging.frost. Fort-uaately all of the fruit crops e�!!aped, with the exception of a.,few apricot trees being nipped near Peaticton. Heary f. EailottTof Mon�j�aI. was, elected president of the Intemationki^ KIwaBis at the dossing session of the annual conveBtloa In Birmingham, and Portland, (hragon, was selectM as tte place of holding the 1929 coavcb- \ tiOB. The Iti elf; on, the side of law and order with respect to the present industrial unrest throughmt the Dominion and passed etepolttMoB statlqg that, the m�mbetni^q^i>paea any insarriBctlon.iry | or riotQua attempts that .mteht Imperil the safety and security lit teUow cilis-ehs. The resolution was carried practically itaanimously, tholr being less thah half a doseti who voted against it. ' Abbota^or�,'.B.C, has dadded tcl hold an agrfcBltiiral fair this t�il aad is now^ buajr BiiMitng pl^paratto^b. Tw^ Ntmled^ W^dlen have ebtala-ed poattionrta (ire raftgers iii the die-trict arbfiad OUUtwack. An . at PentictoB himself by pilings until Richard UU off the wharf iV d*r. but saved oh to oae of the irtrlTed. a aagro, haa been mitted for. i trial M the Vei-Bon "assizes to answer tb the cbar|(e of murder ot two Indians, Kalamatka Paul and Alex PhttI, to whom it Is al leged Mllel sold wood alcohol, from the effects of which both Indians died. The win of the late Hon. W. J. Han aa disposes of ani^tate which is valued at |l,79i.)76.. It is understood to be made vii i|lalost wholly of oil stocks. There are no public bequests, the esut* being left to his immediate family. Addresalnf the\n>mlnion'alllaaoe In Toronto, Rev. Ben Spence, in deecrlb-ing-the situation in Cuiada and the progress in regard to prohibition legislation, deolardd that the 'outlook was very brighl and Canadians ohght to maintain their country as the ISanner prohibition nation ot the world. will aet you right SPECIAL RATES FR0lt LETHBRIDGE $1929 $12.ia to BANFF and return ------ TO LAKE LOUME and return .... Tickets on sate dai|y. May 28rd to SeptiemMr iMIth, 191� RETURNvLIMIT 14 OAYB.l ISanft Bprtnga Hotel now open. Chateau I. 1206 JejWei^JMWWyg^^g^lJl^W^ IF STATELY le-your eholM for a aumamaBt we. are Teady-to aiAmit a-Tarlety of deslgas. - ^ Wtrb tth Btraet, .Bouili, IIP Look for the i^tores with the Ingenoll IlisT pI^O^ Amonpf^lte 15 IngersoU mci^ds thei^ is one loir yoi^ - ' . The display will help you select. So wiU the dealer. \ Prices $2 to $9. Jeweled watches ^adiolite tim^-in-the-dark mof||U included. ROBT. N. INGERSOLL Sc BRO. 12t BUwy Street* 9?0058 ;