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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta evalfc and Publlthe" THE IETHBR'IOGE HSRALD ING COMPANY, LIMITED South, fi ft. Buctiinin mil ilioasine Director ToiTince Buitnes. rEUEPHONES _ gWlneis Otf.M Oifio MemlMt- farmers sold ih'cir' woo! froiu to W- per pouud. fauaillau wheeling made from the mall, psr year .IB Weekly, by null, per year loj .-Dates of esptry ot subjrrlj petr dslly on address libel tuthorliy lo conUnus icrlptlon. ye the S1C.J1S. All thu Iho oi c rain tolling "he 1-Mtt great are t'JSi we are a fowl fall 1'ftore il (armors are wearing jl'C.'ntoient and satis- uwet of tho seeding is A few wlio ore in- Md Up Eight Men Who wW glng-lOWH Lights UU from active business. (special 10 liinley lowu council will raiie FERNIK, May is.-As a resu.t ol ,Mwo for the installation ot an carried on by irlc lljht plant, ageats ot the provincial government, _ which has been going on tor some ,u lime hero In Vernle. a raid upon Hie MJ serlously be nan in tie. apprehension of eight uieu, who were to the city lias. H is also lbal so far as the niassM ol city people "6 con- ned both East and Ibcir is not the farmers. Lust AilJersotl and the Messrs. 0. in 'iifi second .v........ i'a farewell sodal (.brought betore Magistrate on tj Miss Verna' aud held in dted at Montreal, aged but agaiast U interests who Holfson. IU .Vllu _ Anderson aid Ke> All of these young people arc orne between the farmers anil 'for Y miTsi'on the consumers. It is Ins profiteering mid- j ot VuV Mormon ehurclL and more especially llie bis j Bros, hive THE MEANING OF GOOD ROADS. If tho lesson ol the value ol good roads needs emphasizing in Lethbridge h- may well he shown how this is re- alized in other csntres. but a single dissenting vote. Spokane's reconstruction congress, ihe ire ot the people is aroused. f'-rmers are just as keen as Ihe city j Mw. workir.sniar. and the general eonsnm-1 Mr R T. shipped or to set at the ot and rectify j hogs .to thi, week_ a whereby 30, 35 and coals -Vecks toe shipped butter on the larm becomes 60. S3 and j i ;0 cents Sutler in the city only a few mlU.s away. wife Quoted atioTe VUU Knerft Eho ie. car o! To calsary for i 1'emng aded cane by Mayor Gross. bopze, contrary to the Ontario provincial government intnYicatlne ItQUOr. I r has announced its plans tor the Bale aud distribution ol liquor. Hie "handling o'f in Mr. Wyatt, of Harry i s. struck tho I street, Toronto. ward, and Sam Lockwood of tne I Kings, and Lascell a store Keeper near the Great Northern Station, were Ihe Rev. Chas. Philips, ot Perlh. bus Itie urea i. i unfortunates caught by the police Rouse! had to lake-a al More than fifty loans for house- 1 lie l.i. and J.'Costley have north in a and clotu-ug are mstteri. o! imporiarice '.0. anil indict hardships upon ihe oltr-dwellfr. ia the prevailins economis sys- repre'euling practically all the .3 prevaiung ei.-ouuui.3 3J- todies of and tho county, haf, is respon3 pledged its support to the plan of bonn-, things, ana as long as -in- ihe county for tor build- j ottawa CoTernmcnt drills "alons llisMD.njiles of'modern TMd5. on this the Spoteman- lieview places a very view on J. F. Ssromon is among those ieavin- for Utah this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Pawns are also leaving for Viah. Saturday. -May 24 certain individ- uals decided to hold an estemporan- al the fair grounds, n what means to the city it remarks, that link the r'l yto .the country uenelit the city more thfn the country. They are art- Ihe city draws a of lU daily sustenance. If UilBwa tju> eiiiujt tjuu3 does nothing to alter the. system i good time was had and a nent -il so iong .uturned over -ju. n swimmiQg pod. This is grow. iin excellent movement. Tbe hole can Primarily, it is neither Ihe farmer be ,oraied where it can he drained 1 i __ ___ I __ ii ___ ti.r, '-i--if or cipnn Then will .discontent acd. unrtst continue! and grow. TOO W to blame: iris ihe E.-item and Iho Government which s the system. thus-keeping tho1 wat also when winter time comes it could be filled and used for a skating' pond E (healV's Applies-of vegetables, fruits, product cordwood, etc, ha d'Awn over bad roads the city pop- ulation mu-t Jay in higher cost ot liv- 1 The traverses the valley, orchard La-t fall Spokane residents ran out in automobiles aui other con- Dances and bought many thousand bn hols ot cull applies in the picking and packing good for nui'-k using and preserving aA ,ho boied product sold for 75 cents a hundred Th- grower's-were PRODUCTION ;A'ND PROSPERITY. The Canadian Courier s Is true, when it sfjtes tha irodaction and prosperity nre two '0 i'kind. basic., in dnslrles should eiist for the sake o Inn farm. It enlarges this viewpoint b citing'the case of the average Quebe f.lrmcr it says is the best off ma ift'Oinada because he is nappy on b is not tbo vlctln: of indns Two men on an Oregon rancJl fd'53 rattlesnake In one day i Kitev X H. McGvMivrav of St Thorn great! M, has been c Hrd to tie Onllm hyteriap church. lUU IU tUIRTS oifci' nd go to bed' by candle light, or by he oil lamp, which had been put on he shelf under the bacS stairs a long ime ago. They will be off again loniEbl, un ess some unlorseen turn in the Bltua ion takes place belore dark. The strike committee issued a bul- etin yesterday, statins that they would cooperate with tho city police and officials in an effort lo ensure a minimum of inconvenience lo the. cit- A second "bulletin has just been issued, in which, an appeal to the bartenders of the. town is made to close and keep -closed, all the tan during the continuance ot the strike, in order to minimize tha possibility ot Beginning Monday. May 20, the Can- I adian Cotton Mills. Ottawn, will work 'fitly hours a weei.. Waller p. Findlcy, former Prohihi- tlon Commissioner of British Colum- bia, was found guilty of. tho thefl of 75 cases of liquor. The senate has decided to appoint a finance committee and to give more attention lo financial measures com- ng from the commons! A retiring allowance ot a year as been voted to Sir William Peter- on, retiring principal of McGill Unl- eraity, by the Carnegie Foundation. Ten freight cars jumped the track and took near Parlf, Ont. of one or- der to Blceen Como (11 and let iu ihow JTOIJ the latwt In Plain, made change .your prmnt _. and -laiy payment! opted on the. balance-. HUN ft 1MB Balmoral Horn, of The. Montreal Street Railway have been granted -_ Arthur Harrison, FredertctOE, N.B.. was drowned while worMng on log: In front ot hli home. Niagara -Anglican .Synod .Trent on record ih favor day, en- acted ty; law. The on ol Mr Palmereton Gait sevorelj burned while dre near a' grate lire, ing l warfare. He bas, is.a rule, no d a townsman. he leav a hundred growers-i.uiu ot their culls at that figure I liie-farm and goes to ihe factory to eat IB hnTinv long as he keeps; and the town people'we 'Item. A sood highway clinched the bargain. Conversed it is the city- pedple more than their country neighbors, ho pax for the usa ot bad roads. 4 'ereat majo ity of the automobiles county-are is happy long as he keeps-, to the small-towa. The big city spoils him. There.a_re dozenj of duslryr town's down" the St. 'Lawrence' menace to farm prosparity workers aro contented anS-awiy from agitation. When indus't- u-ms the roaas 01 of improving oVned hj city residents'. Bad lot at tha lowest possible a heavy toll on gasoline consumption, cost Canada may have many larm U-es and the general upkeep ot an areas as contented as' Quebec. The out- urges' its point of View htlve. The aim ot industry should ba In regard to its own city. Spokane It to bring all the results o! invention 1 says i making a strong bid tor tourist I labor and capital into essy and com tnnel Toun ts driving here over the petent reach of the average farmer ran continental highways will be In- When tha farm, continues the d'ucedby an eicellent system, ot conn- Courier, is made the chiel materli ty roads to linger in this region. Put- object of all civilization mankind wil tins up in Spokane, they will make begin to be truly prosperous and 1 short daily runs into-the surrounding happy. As long as the. great ir.dustria country. But il Ihey find poor roads centre is made an aim unto itself man around the city they will drive on im-jkind will be poor and discontented. X med'lately to the Coast country, or, country has such an opportunity a from the other direction, will Cantda to advance industry' for th hasten eastward without lingering of the farm. Canada is essentia this delightful region. ly a farming, fishing, foresting coun '-'Spokane. Just as much us Lelh-1 try. All our Industries and our railwaj bridge, wants immigration. Dealinsjara secondary to that one big pr with this want the Spokesman-Review! ditctive trinity ol Interests. If all n arguea thus: Spokane country has lions will work on this problem i large areas cf undeveloped land, and making basic Industries fundament tracts of improved and partly inv to the farm we shall be able to get r proved holdings whose owners would of hard times and strikes and da ;'ifiie to sell In part to newcomers. Bull warfare. Production and prosperity a hbmeFcekers are looking tor suburban two ot a kind. The mother of all llr Northern Ontario Liberals are ctll- d to a convention at North Day, June and ttiose ot Port Arthur, Kenora, William and Rainy River at the win cities June fi. Four thousand public and high chool were reviewed in Toron- to, .by Brig.-General Gunn and other officers and prizes were awarded for marksmanship during the year. After" an absence of twenty-one years, four o't which were spent in active service overseas-and the re- mainder in ihe West, Pie. John J. Dunn; second, son of Mr.', aud Tho Dunn. 12tfl- line, East- Zorra, has returned home. An illness of two months ended'in the death of Jlrs. Joseph Milrlin, ot the leading..workers In the-ReS Grosi. both of vtiUh organizations she was a lite was. Port Stan- ley.' mriliDlN rn CALGARY, ALBERTA, LtlArm tU.l DISTRIBUTORS. tracts, are .also, looking for sood roads and easy communication with their market town or city. It Spokane can offer modem highways prospect- ive settler will go on to other more 'enterprising In a word, there are innumerable reasons tor the building of good roads and not a reason in support of roads. And there is.only one way to 'get good oul and liiiilil them. production la the result of get with an AutoStrop Razor. Its dean, sure stroke, aJjastaals for M 'price 'of keep soaring11 It lakea more oiitler to pay for a yard of cotldn lhan It did five, jcars ago The sanie with (From Our Own BAItO.NS, May dislricl. throughout last night, eiperiemdl the heaviest rainfall we have.had 1916. Tbe.molslure lias penetratdil (he ground to a depth of nearly a foot and tbe hopes' of ihR farmers run High. The hlSli winds nt Saturday in! iliesclay caused conahlerablff. daniago bj-blowing out soil in tlilij was ort-set lo.'a great csteiit.Wf'raln j fqllowert rm last i rillht's downpour assiirca'the revival blown-out fieltls. ng ,wlll i nary. Crop were rjevcr bet- all kinds of clothing season Oils lime ot Iho year. ot nearly all tho I Very lltllD IE OF THE FEET 100% Efficiency Can only he secured by having a pair of Properly Fitted Shoos and Kelt A human hoJy in all rcspeci.i ejccpl tlie 'Ml. which mlslit hp. only will reduce generol efficiency reltf-ve your Foot Troubtes niul al the same ilme lit thd foot to thojr shcnld Im titled) which, will V HIS D SHErtLOCK ,........BAPTIST.. '.Firrt Church. Corner 9th -Street 3rd Ave. 8 Rev F. 'W.' Datoe, Mr. Director at Choir Services at 11 a'ny, nubjecl: 'the Uriell Up'Springs of Sunday School'and--Bible 'class at '1215' Ihrltllan Men's league mccta at 3 sharp, and every man la cordially Invited. Al 7.30, subject: "Tho Gales of The City The communion ol the Lord's Suppe will bo observed at. close of Ih evening service, and new member "Poreake.nob tWvassembline of ou luBCther as-lhe manner o Borne jOigS-____ THE PENTECOSTAL A8SEMBL OF OOD Cor, 2nd Ave, and 6lh St. 8. MooM Hlalnbolham Blot a.m. and 1.30 p.m... Rev. E. J. 'Hcdflir.., B.A., Patter 1271 Sth Ave. N. Phone 1859 holr Leader, Mrs. P. Jackson. a.m morning class fn the chursji "-mday 1 notism, Denounced." 1 Sunday Scriooi con-venes the close of the Sunday morning a.n Hoys Dept ot the Su School In the Hall, a.m morning service Rev M Copuland will preach Topic Tha Kingdom ot God1 o'clock Uegmners and Primary da parlmenla of the Sunday School In tha Hall Olrln' pent ot the Sunday .School In Ihe Church 15, Depl of tho S In Church 16, Song Senlce evening service nav. Wm Duchanan will preach Everybody welcome. PENTECOStAL HOME AND MISSION 205 13tn Street North Rev C( tf am 136 phi, f Coalhnril: VlMfcn 3 piri x at I pm _ K room If OPOT repl and noBdaTi, from where the Bible ind (red Chrittlan UleraWra mar be wad, or jarfhated pnbHo cordml.T Invited to at- tend church alto visit tin room. Christian Chttrth Oliver L Cor Srtf Ave tth St Bible. School 10 3Q Fach counts one Preaching it 11 80 fifornlng God Id a Provider and Protector." grenfng subject Oult CnrrsllRn rndcaTor Pabllc invited W all SALVATioN AltMT ilntl Himflton, CO Byriildy II am, 3 nm and 7'0 pm Sunday Scfiooi, 2 pra I ifonclay, Thurnday and flalurday, 8.00 Pilblls All Welcome. 'Mlnlaers are reminded thai ff cMirch ftollceR ahould he cd'ln rjciore six o'clock Friday In ensure Insertion na this Q paper gqM Id press early Sal- 'f urday mbrrllng. t If. ;