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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOOT MONDAY. NOVEMHER 3, DALLY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 325 6th Street South, W. A. Buchanan President and Director John Tgrrance Dus-lnufs Maui3( iesis are only uoni I the 'payout of dividend I which inL'.liims of j j four Ler ceui. This Is whicii the Government cannot fully refute. Hut while imerorSs have r.o man use i'.'. tin df ibe in the waiter ol rollns rights. Grand if aoiuir-.11. to the control cf ihe face oi this tV nrjumMt Decision Made a Meeting Where ra'soj by Ite Literal TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office The areumcri Ihat ihe fcurtoou lliousnnd miles railway 10 w rrovu the soccer of public L n e coiiiuiu 15J whorcbv the whole sysloui can immbcr or go cnjoyca all Ihe thrills mill, per >ear 1-aJ nf n TYeetly. by man. per year to U.S. i.00 Dates of eipiry of ap- od'lress lalel. Accepi- ba mere economically opi-rated Ibaa al preheat. To thc present posiiioa ol ibs pcar _. nnce pf ropers alter cipiralloa dato j owned by the Coveraaient; in takin? [9 oar aulaorily lo continue iho sub-iovcr the CaniOiau NorUicru it became pof session cf a'wtfsiern sys'.eia- a jjce j-roni p0j( to Mou'.- hallowe- VK nul some diJ not get home lill early luortuus hours. Tlie work his bcguo on cxten- The Independent Party ol St. Thomas will run u candidate for mayor acil January, Brantford milt productra are con- sidering raising their price to thlr- ICQ cenL3 a quart. Thomas Cray, employed on Iho Welland Ship C'anal. coii.rniUed sui- 10 supply first class service at roct bottom prices. The faincr of Mr H. A. SuggUt, line, S miles Van Horns Sol- 1 who hns spent Ihe summer In ITS IMPORTANCE SHOULD BE GRASPED We are wisely and rightly ed in the irrigation projects renl and Quebec without any braiirb lines, or teriuinsls from ihe to cr's Citlcay. Tliis is a very much j dale rciurii5 to hl3 home in Hutla, 111 eJed ]LH-M improvemeiLi and will lotiay. provinces oC Ontario and thus handicapped the Lethbridge Northern and Ite gathering freifhl in Easicra Canada schemes. I3ut tboush j lo operating charges. The our ores arc (ixed on these, H would Grand Trunk iull supply this. Le well that they loots J further in ihe vsa.7 ol in the develop- ment It promises and ihe prospect it I offers DOf only to rural but to urban j cculres. j While the Lelhbridge Northern pro- ject has got through its preliminafy Mages in the way of prescribed rou- tine, and the Southeasterly project is io Us etabroyo stase, there is with'n SO miles of us, in a direct line, an Irri- gation project which Las practically materialized. We refer lo (hat of the Canada Land and Irrigation Co. This Is every way may be regarded as a project that intimately concerns In liat the distance from FCetlaw lo the city is in the neighbor- hood ol 50 miles, a comparatively small one. ..The ditch in the irrigation project refer to is already buiU and lie water from Ihe main reserroir, Lake McGregor, Is already some ten miles on (is way lo tho area that Is to be .walered.-H la .proposed to Dave. 54, Itie, irrlg the company's lands aTatJable for'iyorking In the spring. gallon.ina'j be looted on, as aa accom pllshed :act.- this in mi ad, the he Victory Lczn drive i? ivhica we can all hold me iiut- Gas and coal are comtnnin, he Joy out oT life ol a good many. Relief is coming in ihe vray of re- iiovin? tLe sugar famine. Relief is wset. of to s are tciDg people ol Cauaria are it tte U.F.A. Local Politic.Tlly Active Tt? L'.F.A. met on Thura- aay last cuJ had a tnosi intereslicg urun the advisiability of fcirnrng n Farmers' Political As- sool.-MLon. A prciuiuent feature ol ibe debate was the exposition ot funiln- j meatnl principles by Mr. A. Mitchell. and the and destructive ai- lack male upon his positions by Mr. ILMvid-K'ns. It V.-JS finally decided i i-j H local branch of t'ie j Farmers' Poliural and to lake'more is cxpecieJ from ibis auarler yet. H reported In the L'.F.A. meeting tlir-l rrec-frrlglu privileges given 10 drcmsM siricken larnierd were being abused by c.ty dealers and a com- miitee of end proiest ___ ivas appointed. viporLcd, nnd the (Qr and educaiional __. QQrin5 tbe winter. The Farm Hroducis Ud-. sWP- DaMwln from Wyoming is l ookitig over land propositions. John Mclaughlin, aged tbirty-livo. was lost when GovenimeiiL failure, while readlun h ucwsjiaper. thought ID bo Johu Kent, ot Ham- ilton. Hciirl ftoch. aged twenty, of Mont- real, was accidentally ehot lit tho head by Ills lather, aud 13 lu a Kerlous coadUiou. Mrs. of Uranlford, was stah-1 bed lo death by a negro Johes, about 4.-la p.m., In the pres- eiice of persons ol Lolli seies aud various Two youns men arrosled in an emiuy coilagii about three miles [rom are Eiispeclexl o( bo- ing O'llrioti nnU Mcfhcrsou, ivho escaped from Stratford Jail, A Michigan farmer who had seven sheep kilted by a dog started out ivlih A gun and killed nine dogs. No. 1U fouuQcrcd near Haiollton I! each. Harry Brooks and Percy Shields were drowned in Kenogatni Cobalt, when their canoe Jilled ivlth water and sank. Jumcs Laitialjo. un'omployee of ihe Canadian Ynlc und Towno plaht at SI. CathariiiL-5, was fusiaully killed by a street car. higcrsoll police found a number of tools, cci., in mi oM shack wjym has been stolen trom Luiltlings in the neltlihorhood. Several corporations were fincJ from to nt Boston 'or having In cold storage more thau a year, A GCVyear-old ivoman, afraid of trains, has just -completed a walk from Nebraska to join husband In Ohio. Submarine S-l'J, Jusl launched Bridgeport, Conn., has u cruising ra- dius of miles and will carry 50 men. When a. 3-yenr-olJ girl started elevator In a New York anar'.ment f building. Miss Englc. lelephono operator, tried lo Jump in tho car fora U got loo high, but missed, arrl was killed In Inlling lo tho baseraeia. TO USERS OF VICTOR RECORDS Wt) pride ourselves on our prompt, courteous ser- vice. We want you (or a customer. Over Records To Choose From. Mail orders promptly YiUeil, pislligo prepaid. Kverj1 re- cxirJ icsurct] lireakago. Write for 612-pagd CQUlonul'. Block Ho mi el thi BUY VICTORY BONDS The child rode to the top o[ the bulld- og aud was not Injured. The Profiteering Act In Great Bri- tain is said lo bs leaching trader- cau-. ping in a carload ol apples and orders are pouring in this useful com- modiiy. Mr. and Norman Wells made a tion but not honesty. jney nave to tho Sundial dUiricl on Thuia- evidently altered their methods but j aRemeinter the Ladies1 Aid Supper, not their ways. On Friday nesC NOT. 7. A good feed I and a (jo'd program are the order of 'the day. Rev. Thos. Powell, of Cal- gary, will lecture, a play byjhe Suu- tonic Is Ibe pre- j sent There is.n'olhius heller i dsy ettiiled "Our Aunt Uian'tho encouraging" oLan optimistic i yr0m will be .presented, anil'. sntrsr storms "supply and humorous moving pictures will the antidote to despondeLcy. of Leibbridge to thla area, in. Ihs importacce oE Its proiLmiLy, looms -largely. U. calls "for a .feeder from-It to tbe city. This lies in the building of the railway already pro- jected from Rctlaw to. Lelhbrldge. On. Hi Is sell erne, for Ibe consummation of ihe same, energies sbonlu and "In Its Importance energies on Trhlch there should be no. let-up until what la aimed at Is obtained. In Ihe chejacter of llie Canada Land and Irrigation t'o.'s Irrigated areas, a wider intereal ID irrigation becomes awakene4 in Its future as It affocts this part of the province. The part If it Is true that tbe fanners of Ontario Intend .to change the name____ ol their so as to a the larger ag identified vrlth Lhe general public, they show Lot caly but the right spirit'. Knowledge of municipal npparenlly, means sc-eine1 ib JIaycr spectacles a ad reelng-with him In all Any- Ing difierent lo UIIB, Ihe flavor will Tine to be the "Irreducible minimum municipal ignorance." this scheme will play merits Ihe ut- most attention, with a striving after connecting It wlih This docs not necessarily 'mean anything ol abated Interest In the Northern and the Southeasterly pro- jecla, but It constlluLcs a call to make use of all the opportunities and possi- bilities which the Kellaw Irrigalion scheme. In, the progress it has already made, presents to Lcthuridge. will go to Canadian farmers, Canadian erchants, and Canadian workmen. his should be one more incentive for urchasing Victory Bonds. err dollar of Ilia money from the Jclory Loan will be spent in Canada r Canadian goods and producls, and .THE GRAND TRUNK AND PUBLIC OWNERSHIP The principle of public ownership (9 InrolTed In the discussion orer lhj .-acquisition of the Grand Trunk Rail way by the Goicrnment of Canada. Ii this connection U Is singular lo re a the arguments raised against the by those who, in the prln clplcs p[ the political parly to Tvhic they are aligned, seek a out t fhcfr face In regard lo Lha r aspect of the question of (he Grzn Trunk welch boara on public oivner The position lo which we liave r ferred applies to Hon. Mnchcnz1 King. The argument he ndtancea in regard to public ownership, as con- tained 1n Ihe acquisition of the Grand Triink Railway, ID of the straining ..after a gnat variety. He dwells on the fact that in Iho proposed arrange- men I la regard to Ihe acquisition the Government will not be In Complete ownership of Lbe same until the ex- plratlon of thirty years, This Is a --.contention which In'lhc nature of the present agreement Ihe Cov- .Sernroent and the ra'lway company -.'hardly holfy wbter. The agreement -has been made pnblfc who lire famlilnr with It will readily agree Hi us In the view we hold. The ab- solute ownership 13, It la tnie, dcfcrr- ed unlll thirty 'a allow of (he rights of ccrluin private interests to be, U wt may put It EO. linntdaled. Hut k respect lo ownership, these loter- The IlelJef Fund, for supiilying clotli- ng and shoes to Ibe children of (arm- rs who have bten rcndtred deslitalc nrough crop failure has climbed over ic top. Tbls 13 a highly, commend- result In erempliiying tbc splen- Id spirit of IhOEO who helped to- vards the The Herald does not ake. any credit to itself, but the result tho appeal made through ils col- umns is one which is highly satlsfac- ory lo us, be ahowc. On Sunday, Xov. 9th, Rev. Thos. Powell, will preach at services 11 n.ra. and S p.m. In Cualdnlo school name auditorium, and weather i 2 p.m. and Reatlymadc a; hoa. is one OL the ablest pulpit men in Alberln and everyone sliuuld make a point to bear him. Mrs. II. O. Harrison returned from Rochester. '-linn., where she has been nndor the doctor's care. Mrs. Williams of sisier of Mrs. D. J- Scholield lias re- turned lo her home In Saskatchewan aflcr nn eilended. in CoaMal Mis-5 Maclaren and Young have renterl Mr. Hallam's residence and are sci up housekeeping on their own. Good proiTC33 being made In in- stalling the lire escape at the public school. The church service last Sunday night was welt attended in spite the wenihtr. The lantern slides were really good. It is eipectcfl to present th's lype of.service al least once month through the winter. Application is mada for a bridge across the Old Man rlvtr' north of Chin. Then watch Chin boom. Mr. J. F. Ivcfilcr has u'is butcher's shop opfiii for business and is ready What has the city council to ?ay about the bump on the crossing on Third Avenue? Will Ihcy rass Ihi's by looking on the attention drawn lo 1t as one more bumping ot Ihe j Council, in that lo use the vrords oL hla Worahjp, "It has Its origin In tho djellkc of the present head or Mayor and Is consequently the result ot a personal grurlge." There arc many ucca, even In hla V.'ur-liip's Srott.h bonnet. AN EXPERIENCED IMMEDIATELY G3 APPLY LETHDRIDGE HOTEL We arc in a position to give you the best values in Children's Shoes. Our slock has been selected from the best known manufacturers of these lines. We have Ihe well lino-.MI Cln'slr, Shoo. The HnrUjurt Cunhlon Wells. Follil LralhT. A linn ol CTais-lc mnVn for rhIMrcn In wirl'Jia H C and SJZM from 2 (Infants) up lo ,2 Where cl c rrvn you U? A3K TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGE3 W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING World of, Philosophy in this Packet "To live well with the To forget, for a little while, the strain and rush of To relax the ..Such'is philosophy. A quiet corner by the fireside, a good a packet of dainty, candy-coated These "Really Delightful" 'with a tingling peppermint flavor, bring good digestion to the aid of leisure hours; relieve the tension; give an impetus to-clear. thought. Sold everywhere at ten for 5d For big Week-End box at i Adams product, particularly prepared ;