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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR uummiuuft MR.I nrvuun THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1919 fceratt) Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and Publishers THt LETH6R1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 126 6th Street South. A. Buchanan President Bad Managing Director Jehu Torrirce Dysincss Hunge patlilies to ID forest11 enterprises. "iTJ TJ encourage and cheay Hydro-clecTflc develop mint aud main-1 lain effective public coutrol over il-' M.iS) To enact anJ enfi-rvp such j prohibitory legislation against iho liquor irallic as the ueople may einc- ;lou In ihe approaeliitis and a? lies within the power ol (he Province. Prohibition is au integral 1 part of lha termers' aud ihej Vnlied raruicra of Ontario vrlU usa Us fofluecce in To c-xtCDd the policy auJ prac- Made U Clear That Report Of Committee Does Not lUnd Parliament OTTAWA, Nov. lha com- mons met this RUeraoou Eraest La- Liberal member for Quobac Busintts Office....... Editorial Otfice of direct fcgislAiioa through introduced by HOD. L. 'MacKeniie-Kiug and Mr. LavLgeur. He was roe ted by general applause 10 our lbi" llon. J. .A. Calder. chairman of Iho special commission which Inquired la- te ihe question of soldiers' aiid ihe rcferniium. To afply th-.1 iirinc-iple or i-ro personal representation, electoral methods." lember Audit Bureau of CirculationB Subscription Rates: delivered, per week .if- Dally, delivered, per year 7.ol> Dally, mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mail, year 1.5) Weekly, by mail, yer ji-ar Lo I'.S I'.'u CANADA ANO THE INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE In ri'Uiiofl TO tho acUoa of the dcleisus lu iho Interne lishment, gpoVe considerable his report length, lie said he desired to correct a ru Is up pre- hension uhich exists outside ihe house timi the would be sbto to reach dcfiaiio conclusions iu regard In claim- Uo (he matters under discussion. Many Dominion understand that the ol Dates ot evpir> pear daily on ad. ance of papers at scription. FARMERS AND THEIR OBLIGATIONS lu Ihe discharge iLcir the mailer of seed grain relief, the farmers of Souiht die one cT :te members of tho i'ns bjiy. [lit; Winnipeg Frea o: subscription t'rcss re that U is rather Q pity label. AcceiK- ueopl? ol Canada do not had to put up In Paris _.....- lu Set ior Canada in MP prottetisngs ol tho Labor Convcn- :icii. "Tin? is iliai our people h-vo idfec-ii Canadian representation :ind re nee as a matter of which happened berta have sbowu Independence which is wIUi them. TLej- have resolutely their faces esalnsi cnyiiiiDS whlcb savors of cbarlly, that they IKIYC repaid to a creditable extern Iho adraacts ly iho Government, lo lido over n sii'jition which waa cone ci Ueir making. characiorisik- naturally; they would "have been shoct- ihc-mselves haog- lo ihi> Bnd lho Iac rally thai u some day conio oul to learn how was lo have beea tbeir report to be made by tbe committee is not blndlag on parliament lu any ?ense and that it Is for parliament to decide whether or not the report is to be approved. Mr. Calder went on lo say lhat the government Is nor free from responsibility In the mailer. Durlug tbe course of tlia discussion now about to begin the government must state Its position and In the event ol that policy Dot being approv- ed by the bouse, a ucw administration would take over tho government of the country. U was for the public to decide whether or not additional gra- tuities should be given to returned men. Mr. Calder assured the house that he had no desire lo camouflage tbe Issue. The bouse, ha thought, had pursued a happy course In making the n-veslisation wfde open so that any desLrcd might submit Invesllga- .ue guest o-f Mrs. Friday and Saturday. Harry Foster was a in town tst OJr. and family are to spend tto wluter In Medtclne Hal. The young people around town met sl Wednesday evening and (ormeci a club. The fee (or gentlemen was J5 and ladtcs free. They will cveolug and have, a social evecLng, playing cards and dancing. Mr. Harry Smlib and Mr. Edwards from Avaloa were visliors In town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Vern U'agner from endinl d'Orlelle were a few days latt week. The secllon men have finished I heir work for the fall. Mr. Leo Watson Is leaving Ior LeUi- brldje tomorrow. He expects lo tato his brother's place at M-ort iberc. Mr. Swan went to Mfdiclne Hat last week to up ou his home- ate ad. Mrs. Dolph aud fatuity peci to leave shortly to spend Iho winter lu Lethbridge. Mr- Sandy Monroe insde a I rip to ihe Hal on. business last Wednesday. TAYLORM Will Optn at Raymond Satur- Officials Com- ing From Salt Lake (From Our Own correipondtnO RAYMOND. NOT. regular quarterly conference ot Ibe Taylor slako ot the Church of Jesus Christ ot Litter Saints nil) convene lu Iho first ward chapel hero Saturday at tea o'clock. Apostlo Geo. K. Rlchsrds. Isle president or tho Eur- opeaa lalsslou, and Dlshop David A. Smith, counsellor lo Presiding Bishop Cha5. Xlblfy. will lie present from PICKED UP IN lASSING M Tro ralla wilt Increase la twelve mo LI in 3 to Princeton jvlll erect a, public library as a war memorial. Many liimllng parlies left from vari- ous Oulrtrlo poluta lor tlie northern woods. A clty-wldo branch of (lie CauaillJn llrotliorhood Federation was formed at Dcllcvilie. Thu report of the St. Thomas street railway Cor tlio past month shows a deficit ot }S55. Egbert Gardiner, who iras found dead lu a Cleveland hotel, Salt Lake. Pres. llebcr Alleu will bTburleV preside at all sessions. I It is expected that largo numbers oil ca sleet' factory will be con- people will assemble (or this confer- varied Into a thalr factory under llic ence and I" view of tb.3 vcalbcr con- management of 5lr Hill dlt Ions which maku motoring Im- possible, accommodations must bo made by the Raymond people Lho visitors. Saturday night, the first night of the conference. a beau- Two members of Sarnla City Coun- cil. Aid. P. M. llunililc nnrf Woodmnl, will not seek re-election next year. Ilranlforrf Victory Loan workers un tlful dramatic cantata, will bo present-'sure Ihe objective of wil' ed lu the opera house by the Raymond bo reached when the county Opera Company. The production Is (come In. salil lo have reached a Blase uf excellence aud u-llh the special scen- ery and costuming ought to prove a chased the Dominion Forge fc Stamp Tlic Ford Motor Car Co., have pur- popular conference allracUon. Tho M. L. A. of the Taylor slake Is foster- ing the opera movement. C. F. Toller- trap Is tho conductor. The Winnipeg paper gives Professor J. T. Sboiwell. of Columbia University, -H Jor eve flu of ihe'one of the 1-. S. Labor commissioners, tsrtserj d tfcc d-stric1. that the seed) as an authority, in a report he has 'nha ether relief" received in 1514-151 made to tbe United Stales Depart- .liavc bren ci loans 'mem of iJabor, that the United Stales sensing in that spirit, they hEWs-j ropreFentaiivcs were opposed to Can- omphariTStl reteiion and the other British Dominions Fame by disciiarsins liabilities aj soon haViiig the" rlgjii to aireci rtpreaenLn- ns the opportunity was afro'dei] them.] lion.: The recc.'jits received from the farni- ers by the Goveranicnl. in the way of pay-jog bart suras advanced toeether .-.ivith the interest, arc not only highly Ealisfaclory but liigbly commendable. The policy of relief In the years re- f erred I u was in all and every .circnm- Etaace a. one in the economic welfare of tbe country. To any sla- inaction the UoTernmeiH oE the day inay have in the vristloin ot sucb. cones the a tided satisfaction speafe ot OUT own district, the j -iianners. haye" roaJe haste lo meet obligatinns. With men of this there tnectl not be any appre- Ulension in the case of any financial aid Vhlcb may be needed in tbe .future. :The farmcrj of SonLnern Al- .berts bcvc scltled Ibis in tbe spirit Hhey have shown in" regard to HIE 1914-15 relief. .POLICIES OF THE DRURY GOVERNMENT. will be no government wb Itglslalioa will be watched with 1 interest cs ComjhcntiDg iipon the redrafting of the articles the Lahor Covenant (consequent tipdn "Canada's insistence upon her right) Shotwell admits thai "tbe change Is'justified not only by the i plsyc-d In Indnstry by IboFe progresslTC portlone at the BrilUh empire, bat also by the part they hare played In the war, ani It "lust not be forgotten alter all, this was a treaty ol -peace and not simply a. conventioi, drawn together for the'purpose of the conVtituliori'Qf.a world eUte. Canada asked nothing .more than the. right to be regarded', as a progressive na- tion, and the United States and Can- ada can undoubtedly co-operate more effectively ..m future meetings 1C Lhe International, "Labor Conference of Canada Js rate then if, left as a subsidiary factor subonJl- nalc ,Lo tbe BriUaa-. whicb 'obaerres Free-Press; thai even though our TVBI record was second, to'-none, and our i! rtpresenlalivca bad signtU and oar tbe" Drorv ireaty ID :Thal CovernmenL: will !we Eirmly self-deter- on a poKcy of strict economy mtofiHoa'and were masters Jn our ovm denoted in One of the planks disposers of OUT own des- 'pjallormon Trhic-i tbe ropresentalives would sad. reality havo the the Farmers went before qul ts siren a Labor; Convention Ibai ii ftl: ihe-head been" redrafted- least had j the eatislaclion of .believing that it -ol the Uuilej iKo "peoplD. This i Feed Situation, Raymond Dic- trict, is Loan Drags EDMONTON, NOT. Domin- ion government vriJI amend its housing-scheme in sucii way as to make somo specific provis- ion Ior soldiers, a resolution to that effect h IT leg bean decided upon by the Albert! Returned Soldier Com- Considerable dlssattsfaction with the present schema wai eipress- ed by members ot Ihe and Premier Stewart, among others, de- clared himself ID lavor of more ade1 Our Comnusaenl) RAYMOND, Nov. anxleiy Is being shown bv local 6 lock men on account of the protract- ed srow itorm. The sltuatfou Is the principal cauae for ilarm. Bishop Jn. F. Meeko said vesterdar thi.t, al- had raarketad 300 beet cattle In Chicago, ther aUll bid about bead on the range with not nearly enough hty lo carry tbera Ihrongh lha winter. The unuHoally early selling In of winter qiialcly providing -for the soldiers' rewtlntioD housing needi. The passed at :he meeting will be lonvard- fid to Sir Robert Burden and also td tlie re-eatatlishmeat committee of bouse. It aeks for amendments ot such character as to pi re soldiers' families privileges not within lha of the original scheme. Another resolution was for transmission lo tbe Canadian Patri- otic Fund, asking that tba Lion of ths fund be le-'t with the local committees fnifead of 15 at baring lo refer them to CKUsa. ated the feed situation. The-Vfctorj; Loan drive fn ia HDD encotrftethg. The commit-; tee Is Korklni ud report about i- _-.: Itig Co., of AViudeor, for a flguri) that is slated lo be nuoul J7 Itobt. Iho 17-year-oItl Sarnla boy Tflio was acldentftllj- shol whllo out huudnf, hail arm aupuUled wo laches below the shoulder. A bulletproof gUiE, which be AS A protection ngalait pinmen by "banV Icllere. WBR Bucccsstully at York, A co UPC tlon of can-lBfi oo fnilt valued at (J5.CKW, made by AV. T- S. Cleary, U shown at the Art Iu- sUtiile In Chicugo. Wardsvllle eleclrlo power plant has out o[ for and Ihe Metbodbl cliureli la conduct log evuDgellstlc cervices by lamp tight. John McGabani, of Stratliftllan, whi a vicious attack on Constable Hill. Woodstock, bas bceu declared dangerously Insane aud will bo sen'. [o Iho LouJou Asylum. County Constable Fred Kcrr. who served with the T5lh Dallallon aud Hoyal Air Force, line bceu aKaricd MeritnrlouB Medal for valuable worte while u warrant olticer, was ooe of the iiitcrestcil spectators when sur- geons at Clnoliinnll clilsellcd a tvco by three Juclies from bis skull and inuveu U over un opcnloe left by a previous operation. Local aces- Ihellca dcvc-lopcd hy army wcro used. An nctivc cnuipalgn has been start- ed In by Georgo Hardy, Chi- cago, to pcrsnado Engllsli vrorlunen .o appeal direct lo UashSnRton tof Iho releases of nil I.WAV. men Imprison- ed. cainpalpi Includes propa- ganda showing uUCged wrongs lha bas suffered at the bands ol American It la under- stood tbul a similar campaign will bo carried ou In all countries wherever possible. uhat it should be. The Impassable, condition of Iho roads makes country; canvassing Impossible. The progress' of the campaign has been hampered! greatly by tho storm. However, there promise of warmer days aLead now, and a better report Is looked [or. Most of the wealthier men hare not yet suh- Jbed. SraaJl denominations have been Ibe rule thus far. The situation calls for a keeaer interest and a great- er sense o( responsibility. Mayor Pe.clr. Chairman King and Secretary Erana, although manUeating some con- cern, are quite sure lhal Raymond wilt not fall down on this last loan. The committee have set out to win tbe Prince's flag and are deter- mined to do Jt. Frre In tn auto at Detroit an! iacoMsfuily effected four hold- uid, were.' In robbing a Jewtlry .store'when, frightened away ejponse Isi All escaped. A Store Specializing in Shoes IS THE PROPER PLACE TO BUY FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ThQ reason: Our wbole lime flrd oUenllon Is Given to FOOT- WEAR and FOOT TROUBLES. We Love a greater variety ol lasts wlilch Rives you a uellcr sclec. tlon anil more or getting what suiL We caro' our shoes In the different widths. "VVe have matle a'sfucly of tbo [oat aat] flt- Iho alftcreiit feel n'llh shoos tliat suit. This elves vou more comfort as well fta couEltlerably moro vrear, which is a rceult oC proper [lltlng. Handling nolhlng hnl shoeis H'o are in a posillon to select, (ool- wear that Is solid and iulH for bellcr results. ASK TO BE FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AGES. W. J. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK. 7TH STREET STORE. ;thVltst "of policies. Though' alolilioii ol the 'of "parly reckoned "to ?'arr. bllt W the original ar- policy at-ihe preEonl hccii. passetl now be Unie, ".liis fnrrcer; of Onliivio j was of our own free choice we cnler- morlilication o[ realizing that il hag been! bad EJgnsd. the This is indicated "In [Convention as a subordinate abolition of Ihis system Later hicij Ilctian coulcl Included in iilaKorm. been rated a "nrosresaivc clber ss lie ap.' jilaUoria nf Ihe party in power Inalion." We had scut nalr a million o( our "free choice" lo the war, 'or the original dralt I we could no', have Eenl four delegates find Ihs'r advisers lo the Labor Con- ipllcallon of proportional represents- 1 bu: b> lne electoral Altogether the policies wnicfi (fie .'Ontario Government to be la vledsed'; Icrfcncc; not even Ihougl, loduslrially, -'to lirlng lorward ure inlerealiaE. 'iniallty for a place among tlie -Jhowc by lne following which formed Important" nations on [lie the preelection pledges o( the parly, j Globe. To cut oul all expenditures In pointing out the danger -which are not'absolutely e.saenlhl. noted anil removed by the vlfiil- TO arlx patronage. To limit Covernmeotal actlv-l Press, the Inference that the. Cana- refepcctlng commercial coojiara-] d-an status actually has been Improv- ,tton to (acilifafing co-orv-'cd by tlie articles of (he Convention eralivc effort, to the keeping of ac-''RS they now stand hardly ba -curate records, and to general etlucn- !cmrba9izeil. The world sees Canada along'c'o-bpcrative al the International Indua- .To provide equal educational j trial Conference as a self-governing .opportunities' for all the children, of by greatly extending 'and Improving educational facilities iri Ihe rural dlslrjcis. To BUbatltule for the policy ot expensivG Provincial Mghways a organized continuous .of making road good for .all rather lhan h'gii-grade f 'nwdi for o'feirj Ibe.cost ot road con- yrtnictlpn raalnlenance being Ceqnilahly city and T-. '.eouiilrj'. To promote n nysictn of for- will And he Ihe public revenues from Ihis source, (From Our Own Correwondtfit) FOREMOST, Nov. vnrv en- joyable Halloween party was hold la the Methodist church last Thursday evening. About two dozen of the young people enjoyed a program of Hallowe'en gamca. Some quite- orig- inal, not (a say attractive, worn. Mr. Frank Sou tell, provincial po- and his wife, leave today for SL. Paul dc Metis, after a stay of nearly a year irt -Foremost, during which time lor themselves friends. Mr. .Coults arrived yesterday to succeed Mr.'Boutell as policeman.. Sergeant NIcholtofi of' IxithbrldEc paid B visit-lo' Foremoal yeate.rday attenrllag to the IncldtnX to Ulc change of policemen. i Dr. Mills left last week for Calyait and Irrlcnna... He may locate, at Irrl- cana. r Dr. Herdera left for the north.'last Friday, looking .Into .prospective-': 1 tlons pracWce, Mr. DeaUy motored lo Lclttbrta'sd the-end ol last weak' to meet rfbiriti from Stales. He I cured. coDalderablei.''dIfftculls; IQ get- hard.tlmcg dance was held in th'e [nil laal Friday mgtit. What IntiablUntfc" cribc aS Ibe carlCcet winter. Within their memorits hag grlpjied tbe dis- trict. A great deal of snow fell Sat- urday and Sunday, followed by low nation with lull powers of Indcpend- j temperatures and high winds. If only cnt action In the matters before the Bnow feU ha7e befcl) arrt a3 thpap IndiKfrlaH allowetl to llc V'h6rc II Iel1 and as theae are Industrial) f he systsru .'uE lance and tneigx of our represenla- I lives al Paris, continues the Free matters, and Industry Is the field upon which the future ol society Is present- ly being -hammered out, there Is a peculiar significance In Canada's al- tendnnco at this conclave of Lhe na- tions "garh'cfl: In'the robes'ol plenary authority. a new. day-Is coming, tiic'n we arc, Indiis- trlallyj'ilt least, as a we might very for Iho effort ol- ready touched on, have .as .1 mere donendcntiy. Thus ttJiatovfT happens nL Washington during Ihe iirolect and perpetuate our forest re; soislona of the Labor Conference sources, reforest iho wnst'c places of .has fruit o; a n.ijlsfa J. OHf Onlsrlo, and encourage niunicl- lory ouniliy. for llils Uuminltin. The most of U Is. by this time though, piled In heaps where U Isn't needed. IKriMn rnir Oirn RTXIKOM. Nov. B.-Mr. ft. has returned home alter being away all fall, liarVB-llnfi In Sasknlchowan. Mr. and Mm. James McFall. liftvc norerl (o town for tho winter. .Mrs, Mcf'.lll Is leaching Ihe Junior school A largo crowd atlended Ihc danct- last Friday nljjhL KvCrylody re- liorls a very' enjoyabln, lime. .Miss Elli Itlllcy from I'rospy STYLI 1H In Mihoginr, Wilnut ini Price STYLE 150 In Mahogany, Walnut ind pah- Price R1SCH PHONOGRAPH SOMETIMES there is such a thing as "the best." Many men set "ihe best" as (heir goal. They' seek out worthy materials for their work. They gather skilled craftsmen and Hold before them high ideals. By sincerity and painstaking, they climb near, often -very near, to "THE BEST." HE who attains lhat final however, is he who, having all that the others have integrity, skill, exper- ience, has, ovnr and above these, a hidden advantage all his own. A method, a device, a knack, maybe, which Fate has given him and; denied. to the rest. SO the old routers of pointing had a secret of ailing Ihelr colors, that has mode their paintings endure through centuries, while those ot Uie-lr contempormrles nro faded and 'forgotten. SO, too. Modern iLdustry has iU examples. manufacturers have earnestly tried lo make Llio.liEST Phon- ograph. .All have had acrers lo the aomo masters, Iho game equip- ment, tJie same workmanship, and jrood 1'Jionograpfis are being made In many- factories. BUT ono maker. Jias had llio good fortune to possess lhal kmck wtllch tho seeKer after "TUB BEST" must have if he is to attaih his ideal. THAT Ideal naj been realized, nnd today Ve present lo the music- IOTICC public Mason Risch Phonograph a PIIOXOOHAP1I as fine as human hands can fashion, nnrl a repro- ducer of muHe' which cannot he expressed In phonograph Icrma! Thfl ahEOlulely ffllihful tonal resulld thai we set out lo ftocun1 for Lho TcallKaLlon of our IdcoiH In 1'lano liulldlng have been duplicated in' Lho Phonograph of our male! Visit U play. Your visit will be replete with surprises. STYLE m In Mlhognny and Oik. Price 5175.00 'THE or" THE VICTROLA EVERY STri-E-WEfW PSICE, AND THOUSANDS Of RECORDS' fOR YOU TO SELECT FROM STYLE 225 In Mahofiny, Wilnut ind Price Balmoral Street, Lethbridgc ;