Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOIJTl i.KTHnmoc.F. O.MI.Y ttbe Deralb flltxrca DAILY AND WEEKLY and IHC LETKBR1DCE HERALO PRINT IMQ COMPANY, LIMITED lUl Strefl Soulh, W A. yuchanan rmle.ec.: -nl Minajlnf. Director 'MB Torrajice Duslneil 'intimately earth ba" fueled how mu.hth, as and other M Fouthcru collared to broken >tono Alberta. lay of the uutri is a J is dangerous in ils of rtajfidecce wl The I ha clubs demand There i. sa erumems owe the rwson.bte la .Ue; .bWh o flf e and U thai the o be paid. When there Is the appearance ot a p'.aying 31 Vrc-ss purposes bB; TELSPHONE9 lwwn cannol j irM K, ..utHncr nf crc- MlUrlll Orfiw b'jt be a feeling of apivrehenslon lifcolibood o( Audit Bureau of ClreuUlMnl Subtcrlpllon Rltet: r, delivered, per week IMlIf, UV.LICI delivered, per year by mail, per year injilion or rojde. ,eir service lo IHe rle. .infl to a farm- particular, good luoh to tho life ol auuw.oiM'.e und to the expense in. UikCL-ii it: the mutter of dollars and 15. Aii'o cut's, newfore, become d scheme Ih niCKED UP IN IASSING foil THE UUSV MAN A bm sugar factory Is to be located t Threo lllvere. ..ridgehurg. Onl., oilers free waler ind no laies for new Industries. Thomas J Thompson, aged IT. of 567 Tape avenue, Toronto, was droMU- ed In Ariibridsa's Day. Hetumlnj inMnte-n of Ihe Itoyal Air Force Jive Argyll House credit for ledltlnc ihelr return to Canada. ..tty, y mi, p Weekly, bj mail, per year to Dttet o! eiplry ot lubicrlp'.loni ip- dally on libel. Accepl- ity towards the .powers that be. This Is not what any government should bs ,0 matc the dub larg too wllliac .0 court In respect to [n Ib4 claims which. In all their bearing. r oC u'umters lo telp effectually regarded as essentially sound. There is no need in the present day io spread the propaganda of irrigation Rev. R J. M. Perkins ol ai. Church. Ingersoll. announced hi. res- I ignatlon to accept the appolntmenl ol rector of Chrlsl'i Church, Chatham. W. K. Smilh, a shoemaker resident of McaforJ for yi-ars. dropped dead wli Tho steamer City of Meiford was United Stales' lo'.al casualties dur burned at Collliifwooil, ilio result of log the were The uuuioiT incendiarism. o[ Her Gilbert C. Lltllo of Paisley.! The right Hon. J. II. Thomas, prom- bas been called io St. I'auTi I'rcsby- lu'enl llrillsh labor leader. Is lo visit ttrlan church, Guelph. Canada. __ ._ i Student! of lleltcvlllo High School Honry James, one of the best known will found a scholarship as n memor- holelmen In western Ontario, died at hi to sludeuls. who fell lu Hie. war. Brussels, Ont. Rev Dr John MacKay, principal There Is a great opportunity, iayi of Westminster Hall. Vancouver, will Mr. II. D. Thomson ot the Canadian become principal of Manitoba College, Trade Commission, (or Canadian pro- Winnipeg. Drlllsu European markets. TMrtv slgnel rings havn been pro- Mr. Robert Somervllle, a former, scuted "to Trenton soMleri. who havo insjiector of tbo Toronto police force. returned from the war ninl lo molh- d'e.l al the home of son, John K. en of men who will not I'elurn. Somervllle, Detroit. Mich. It wis when Toronto became small town K C Disiiop, son of Superlu- thnt lie first became Identified wllh tsndent C. II, Bishop ot tile board of Ihe Toroulo Police Korco. education Toronto, la re.urnlns lul eauc.iiron. Dranlford grocsre aro consider- ing opening a baker) to supply bread _ for grocery trade. The bakers recenj- Should he, desire. Sir Douglas llalg ly save an increase to Ihclr men ana can go lo India as Commauderm-ehier; slionenetl hours, then passing ,tno of lha British forces there. This Is i Imi-k" lo iuo grocers by of lha British forces mere, i ms iim-n i" -uu the highest military honor. In peace- cf their hanuliug charges. The ,111 nf fiovem- ers have already H.OOO BUbscrl times within lhe gift of the Govern- ment. l ol papen after eiplrailon iiitlioriiy to conilnnt i tcrlpUon. CRITICISM or .THE CITY COUNCIL I po la obtaining what is aimed at. Tlio response [o the campaign for increaseJ :rs have already H.OCKI -subscribed In i they decide io start z bakery. nor lo educational cam- tub- j to loma to governmental j minds, nor to any other, Us benefit. Thai, particularly wiih climatic condi- tions in Southern Alberta, may be taken as an ajlom in dealing will! Ibe tj, The only ticuse for war time prices a technical one. lhat [he country still at i- that the peace terms Hie uillitary service tribunal. We Hive Used Pianos PlirerPuuioj md Orians loo In ncbante Jor tho MASON The oomUatlr but 11 TOM ui lie ityle and price jou want -we'll tell you sometnlaf couei In. What has been regarded as a condi-1 problem of production. in ihp irriration projfici.s lor lion prjtjnprepacetJuess.on ihe part of; i. 'lie city council- for med.ng of Province have been a crillca, situation in Tided f hive nol yet been signed by tho i enemy. It may suit the profiteers but lons ine for advantage in the way ot IMS ment should be recogmzed. At the P movements there Is a. forrnsd. It Is nol as U should be. pears to be a good deal of ground tor Ibis criticism. Bui Judging from ap- Is not always conducive lo 'honest Judgment, nor is it always fair those who arc- found fault with. in ils nature is bound "to-be a superficial one. U has been thai, with the unsettled sirtallon In regard to the mlnirs, lhe Commissioners should have made provision for ai emergency .sh'ohld Ib'e miners in tie clly mine le called out on a strltc being declared. actually happened and it has of complaint that no sufficient provision of coal supply was by-the city to cope with -what rmighl have "really.'occurred nad qie Elijed with their first decls; Af'ihe same time It has been said _-'that-lhe Commissioners should-have for a gas sujply. In case the cutfolf. J lo-the il out have leasfsome weelrs' delay with applies- Public Ulililies Commls- of the necessary f by-la and, lhe voting thereon. Had no occasion for the gas, thai the means for lhe same acquired. Ihere wonld have been to much waste of money. In the accumulation of coal Ihere 'would have been lhe oullay of labor, AuTO CLUBS should there have been no need I AND GOOD ROADS. siderallon of duly to tlie people direct- i________________________________ ly concerned, wllhont any show p." (CONTINUED FROM FRONT PACE) ORION Own -It is estimated rain May 16-17. incevne or jocse. IMS IFrcm O-jr Own Co shirking financial responsib.lity cy May I whatever Government on whom ,bal we tad, a 13 hours uroperlv falls The Do- Everything is loofcins good as a result. responslpuil. prop ......inn" wllh lhe eicc-pliou 6f Jlai and feed minion Government has lU lunct.on- js donc A nnml The Provincial Government, Hi.emse. ber o( [armer3-are trylDE to got Jlai nction Its proper apportion- 'seed, and it is possible' thai neiv breaklne will be seeded lo llss until t i nV mnri. to themselves (1-iQm uur tiwn uorrcjooiiafni) the people to look more to tnemseives i ,MaJ Han to governmenls. This Is betoken-. aro js mavin5' ed in the various political organlia-! a growth- Still, a good heavy 11 in the ifaT to be i rain would make the farmers a great lhat_are being in i HMI more comtorUble. There.-Isrstill trend lendency SKIFF Our Own deal more comforLEblc'. ai .u i lanre amount or land lo ts trokcn farmers' political orfanliallons are a, fo. here The'neViComers expect in point: These are'slsns -nhich J lo De seeding lhe 10th o] riaV omyKlallylng Uclics inj considered! of vital interests BRANT OL lHieivai-3 (From Our OTIi what are consideren.oi i i j JIflJ.- conditions "ihere cannot bnt be pre-ent the inciin are qaM jaTOUr. alion for such movements. In connec- able So [ar nothing -is suffering to tion wltli .the U.KA. convention to -hortly meel here il Is significant that it is openly mentioned thaf any can- Hidate who may be chosen as the pol- itical representative ot the farmers in this constituency must be one who estimates the importance of Ibe Irri- -atlon schemes. It Is a purely econ- omic measure and so Ibe farmers of the soulh regard It. 'for the same there wonld he the con- sequent laying off of lhe miners wllh 'iubseqnenl Irouhle, and unfairness lo i lhe men. Coal in large q.uantlllss can- not :be'liepl indefinllely In Ibis coun- 'clry -wlthpul delerioralinK, as every- -body bnows, and would have to be T Tie council could have been easily (itampLiiEd and, by wbal. would have hysterical action In an'.icipat a: alrike In the city coal mine, been '.Ibe1 means of precipitating Taking it all In all and giving Ui caller the deep consideration It de leiTes, no one can Justly lay a -1 blime at. the doora ol 'the clly hall. iBnperriclallr considered thecommt tlobtre 'may invite blame, but aerlou V .they- may be aali any eitent from the warm" dry winds which have been sweeping the. coun- ry for a number of days. However, rain wonld help lhe crops lo a. greal eitenl, in fact, without moislute; mat- ers would become quite serious n a weet. FOREMOST (Frora" Our Own'. Uorrespondtnl) FOREMOST, May crop in this dislricl is looking eicellenL The last sown needs n' little 'moisture to give il a slart in fact'a good rain DOW would be welcomed lot all crops. The cut worm has been r'pporle'd'In" one or two places. Quite a is being done but all report.lhat It is gcttlns a little grass has ome along splendidly' Ibis spring which la a god-send to'lhe callle and horses as feed has b'een very scarce. CHAMPION (From Our Own CHAMPION, May hot winds of the last few days are nol popular wllh the farmers of lhe i, ,n accented relationship being done but all report.that It is Thert la an accepien a mile grass has etween automobiles and good roans. o the pleasure ol auto riding good oids are essential. The one goes wilh he olhsr. In this redatlonsbip lhe for- mation o! live auto clubs becomes a mailer ol importance! In the benefit uch organizations are not only to the owners and users of automobiles, bul o lhe community at large. This In the rilercst taVen and the measures put forward to ensure the eiiltence of good roads by the waking up of authoi to lhe need of maintenance, n improvements lo road! which fora lhe connecling Units be- tween communities. In a community snch as ours, which li chiefly engaged In production, good are an abanfla.it necessity. We ney inaj uu Ab.'.-B.-i. II woiHd be are only repealing a Uu.sm bare weatnerea .me BaiB- ll nwum uci--- the greatest sumulan o producllou, to conservation of food, lo Us ready marketing, and lo nallona Eelf-aufficlency, Ji good roads. In lhe dlslrlct we have al the present lime lo malio ehlfl with earlh roads. In comparing these roads to broken.stone roads, It Is said lhat (he of tlie average horse on an rarlh road In the besl of condition-on a level is about 3SOO pounls, while on a broken Jibe mailer, what-those who would eventually have to pay lhe piper .would have Ihought of action which t-meant needless eipfnse had there been no reason for Ibe same. The Com- mlssloners would have been blamed (for losing Ibeir heads and becoming r unnecessarily slampe-led. 'Although there are situations when we feel that L some one aliuu'.J !il to at least fair before passing thoughlless Judgment! Xa'a nialler of fad il has been as- ctrtalncd thai Ihere was sutflclent V coal In lhe bins 10 keep the power go- Ing for about a; weeh. and lhal a gas pipe as an emergency mojaurc, wllh- "'out lhe necessary formulas, could be pul In In 48 hours. Had we not been acqualnled -wilh fails as Ihey are we should have .been lhe first to crtliclzo the conn- ell (or what In lhe circumstances "wonjil have Justly been a posture of .'men asleep at the switch. DELAY IN THE IRRIGATION PROJECTS, Iht: .deliberations nf (bo Kcjcr'al and Provincial (lovurnmcnls. Iho'nlg Irrignllon ore hnng leg lire. There is a delay In coming tricl and is the need of lhe There is enough moislure for lhe present but we take HI we' get with tbanks. (From Our Own CorresjxmrlenO WINNIFRED, May condi- tions are excellent- for lhe monlh of Slay. Nothing Is suffering as yet for lhe want of rain. All wheat iown Is up" and shows a fine stand for miles. Quite a little breaking still remains to be'swn In llai. Consider- able oats lor green" febd will go In (his season. MACLEOD" (From Our Owfl .MACLEOD. May opera lions are now over, with the cxcepllon of oats, which some are.'waiting for moisture befo're sowing. The wealhcr the pasl week has been dry and warm, and crops are growing very tasl. The clly of Vornon preppies lo ralae the license for transient' traders Ihus protect the TncrchanU lown. SHOE DRESSilNCS of good Quality have a beneficial effect on the wearing qualities of your shoea as well a.i your general appearance. have rol'shcs (or AM. colors of leathers, also for Canta in cake or form. 11 only takes a momenl lo for IL W. J. NELSON .Ga. B20 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK OUILOINO Mriw'jerry plants In his garden. UrailsMri UolierlsoT, Jflck Peitoii of the Easy iiaj-ments tirranstil on uced iaetruinents. call lo the Methodist Chuix one' o: lhe mosl noted scientists tended twenty years -Jso. he founJ Deeeronto. for neit conference year. the continent, has resinned his chair his name on the honor roll of the in order to return to Ihe Unlverslt: dead. Last week he sprang a surprise J. Harvey Clement, of Drant- ot Sydney, Australia, his alma mater Balmoral Block The Home of the VlclroU" equally great upon his falher In St. tonl was acciuilled of lhe charge ot Dr. flobert'son will succeed his falher Catharines by slipping into the house accepted bribes to olnaiu ci who tiled recently, as head of unheralded and" unannounced iempllons while he was o member ol Hie deparlmenl ot physiology. nearly four years' service No- 3. Thin model. Solid 13.13 Rel'iiui '.B( modfl, Scriw cast. No. 5. R.diotlti A .mall watch lh iho No. 8. RiJiolilc The jeweled biiry vtithlunlinous figuiis ind hand No. 7 rjr nickel casB.Je 5H.SO No. 9. Two-in-On?