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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8.1919 She TUtbbcibae, aibcrtn r a heriiaije wbfch should nude ibo of and never suffered. 10 bpfe by iho of anytblog thai tcuJs 10 luxury with Us coDSf- JQueut CEcrvatioa. 1 To refer particularly 10 Uie c( [the Canidiac eiplertr. h? ,opeaei uii visloa n.3 to the (aiure pos- j of the Dominion in lae kcoiv-1 I If Jge he made pcbllc of the nature or J Suggestion Made to Calgary that roilhis to extinguish ihe flro, j what has been accepted 10 bp bleak Vale Help wlltch tai1 a Plurt. Quick work i her Develop I'lelU I Mr. 1. J. Way of Calgary has accept r _ i ou iN? n-cs j the unit J (rota Uu iuiiy lor a lew i U. W. J'iiracr visit inrry Aiu'.icr had a icry u arrow iLviii lire. "Ills roof eaujgril frv-iu ihe chimney anil lie bad 10 ao ao me Qshtlos in order to combat the 3d lues as i bey tud u sood biazo oof era ho them. Mrs. mrry came whbla LI talc's broad I h of burnlug KIT home, causeJ from a gasoline siovp. Sha hastened aad pare the alarm and in a short time Mr. Author and M. J. couuto1 hostile iu humanity in- I ed A with M. 11. Smith or th GUite Store. Mr. tus Just 1CKED UP IN ASSING Jon THE HDBY UAN iu Ihe O.A.C., Guelpli, wont on sir Ike for Ulghcr wages Huudrvds French girls tald lo marrying ChlDcse laborers. Thirty-one farmers lu Middlesex East subscribed to the Vk- torj: F.oun. Her. tlordou S. .Jury, a Coliourg Kohis to Htmnali sccllonman, was killed by B (relghl train near Mount Plcasaul on the UKc Erie Xorlueru llullway. The large Aching plant it Keiislcj- with almost nil Us conleuti, HS by fire. An IS'mouths-old baby al Wclssport, i.. chokDJ lo death, from the kernel of a iieauui, which lodged ,iri ier throat. Alex. Karolyk Was murUoreJ by hts sons, aged fourteen ami clyvcii. nt Ibelr UOIUQ near I'cplar Flold, Mani- toba. F. It. Tiiatclior, who uas sentenced to siv months m Stratford for per jury, is h ilrpprttr from (he army in Calgary. home uf Mr? Roy McLcau on Thurs- t-zra Gurubam. Sarnla.'i employeJ by tb.fc ImperlEl Oil Co., fell 15 feet POSITION IN REGARD TO THE NORMAL SCHOOL The visit or '.he of Kilucr.- tlon. Hon. Geo. P. Smith, lo ULO ciij Thtf sucic- li.il >i2mps It? prumifc on ih? 'lollir bill, I puts tfce sarao promise on ihe Victory ;Uocd. Bui ifce Hond is iban The Norwegian :ild will meet al the home of J. lU'igau on NOT. was Trtite. in that It clear- !-ihc bill, btranse ihp Uond loo position in whicli the tiovcrc- irirsl xnd ifie Mil not. inent, of v.-fcicb be 13, u member. -stands in regard (o tit a j m- ry War Loan cr Victory Doi-d of a School in this part of Ihe berc-'.tfcra iseued by ihe Canadian Province, i noTenuncnt has sold shire Ibe issue than that at which llv ottered by the Gov. .Smith is to be coir.mended a higher ihe clear vray Lc placed ihe position, jii T.V.S orEgii without aur attempt to facocc or aniicent, and is selling tcdar at higher 10 lalfc .roucd ihe What prices than ilie original price. 3ie had lo say to the- point; iiiOur most far-ceciiiEr Financiers be> could be condensed in ilie sentencf i Here ttat prices ci Victory Bonds u-jll "Show the GoTernmect that tierc areiadvance Gubslaclially during Fiudenls who syail tbeiil- years. oC the Normal School, and vrc-! vill buikl Tiiis to our mind 15 a A great deal of t'.ie money which fair statement: and when lap expense.! put into Victory Bonds bas ot building and operating a Normal; tieen aoranccl to Great llritain, I'je School is tatcn into the reckoning It j largest, single customer lor Canada's a tmsfness-lito statement, product. The has been It. now.remains-.Cor interest lo be Jlhal. while Canadian farmers umoDBEl those Tho arc i-.on- leiported 'annually produce and iheir future in the direction'cultural prodncSs valued at only iuto tbc books of tlie scut cim-niuv. Mayor il-irsTiall _, l-lird and lu- AJI corJially mviicrt to ollcnd. liinawJ ihe people o' Mr. M. J. Collirs rpceireil p.-urd thai possibly would not objuc-t ro :i was not esprclcd to live. Uio all ihu cnrds on'Ue Imuudiatcly Tor St. Paul, tbe and it ihcy thought it MiTlu- 10 bp al 'ier bedsMe. de-clop a field -Mail am o P. Merrier who has been Put "in Writlno I visiting her daughter. Mrs. H. Davis Lethbridso on Wodnes- son and make it her Though somewbal hesltent, at first returaed to Le Mr. Coslfc finally agreed to itriic a il'iy to visit her itlns! homc- High school e'tuuents at Utlkville, IH.. presented dcinabtls Tor a six-hour tiny, with Pridfcy a ImU-hollilny. Prank ShUllt, St, Tbomas, had nls hand drawn the rollers of machine he T.TVS opehktlDi; ariil may lose his arm. J. HiUmau mid Roderick Stewart, two 14-year-old L'htitliam were arrested in Windsor Irvine to dispoao of tivo Victory Bouda. Taking llic susgeallon lo guard the houee uu IlnlloiveVu young shot Kokejeskl lu Ilio leg. icr hoy nanicd shori letter to Die council, fenli Ibe compauy's altiiiide respect- Mrs. Tom Godfreys-is In from the l h-r Ihe the con.'erraiion; farm on oc her gas Tho Hiie'tiion of the tssmiDat'on oi; of Ilie teaching profefsion. ruasing Ibe call for it io great that it ma- last year they exported worth of farm products. terialize m.thq bullfiing of a Normal j Canada's crops Have doubled in School to raeei. the audifirc rears from to tbe conTcnlenca as well as lo .afd .in The result ij that Can- Iho.encourEgeiJieht of inlurc teachers. ada's farmers are more prosperous Aji argument of tno kind raised by ever the Mialsler of Education i3 not Tcrj' i _ _ (o refute. Thp onns is, thrown J TaiaUoo of Vlijlorr floods is of.Uio on tbe Euiitli country. Bod the 'Gorern- 1 interest and not of the Bonds them- the yemacnlar, -has lo bejselreE. In Ihe vast majority of cases Mr. Hogg on bebalf of the (it Board oC Trade pat up aa excellent jai l mean no deduction aL all. for married persons whose annual io- Tor .School, buljcbmo from'all sources, Incladins in- he hlroseir and who heard thcjterest on Victory Bonds la under .Minister cannot in (aimesg re.rUEe '.o concede Mr. Smiih the point he raised. Tho Herald is strongly In faror ol a Normal School in this pay no income tax at all. The same Is true for the unmarried person whose (olal income from all sources is under Therefore, tbc :n- part of the proTiDca, bnl at the same, come from Victory Bonds, held by a time, prejudiced we may be, man ivbosc total income from .-we have do desire to be unreasonable !ai] sources la less than is en- In the matter. Nor do we regard exempt from Dominion Income .ijuesllon nl tie Normal School as ono taxation. The income from Victory lhat Is dead. The south country i Bonds held by an unmarried man should continue lo trim at. seeing one placed in Jt. BOL hosr to obtain the is now clearly placed be lore us, and have something lo work to- .TvanlF. As Mr, Smith remarked, vhen wbal the Gorernmsnt desires isj ehown In regard lo the supply. In the j Tvay of human material, for the School, thus he] pin 5 to solve tho serious problem of the dearth of teachers which 13 facing the Province, then -It will not be a c.ise of going to the Government hot that of the Government coming to the south country with Ibe offer of hailtling the ECflooL The Minister of re- Toarks al the Board ot TraMe meril carelul conslderalion. whose total i a come from all sources Is less Iban Is likewise entirely exempt from Dominion incorafl lion. ihe wss brought up liy Comniis-- Ines during Ihe day. D. Thorlmrii of Ihe Union Bant j Tommy Dunn were out coyoW Paints, and was the oi j hunting on Sunday and captured- some Mr. Coste tail ihu FETCH. Tommy hss Just rcturactl L coujpauy had nothius lo hide, for they from B. C. with two valuable hunlins always published its "half yearly In refusing to do this. Mr. Cosie stated thai (be company merely stood on Its rights as a company, with which tee city had no agreement aud therefore" could mako no demand's o' it. He painted oui thai the parent com- pany did not operate within the city limltF, and explained that Ibe parent company- did noL ssll the gas lo Cal- gary company ia the ordinary way: the earnings of Ufp Calvary com- paoy were divided 25 and'To per cent. Frank Ililils was kept basy buying some good wheat for the Lafco of the Vi'cod? Co. this week. Mr. Jack Ciiishdlni has a valuahle horse pick. Quite a. nntnbDr of horses are reported Elck in thl? district. Mrs. P. J. DcMarce has moved -la Medicine Hat Tor tho winter. Mr. P. U Diirkatrum Intends lo spend llic winter el Snokcinc, Wash.' The Ice is ia excellent sbaiw for skat in c ibis wctk. On Nov. 2nd and 3rd AVinnlTrerl had "lie parent company lading i3 and the a Leavv snow slorm. The Is Calgary company 25. Tbe proflla! of company this vear would go f right hack inlo the wtlls. It ordinary _....... ___________ ......_ .._.. costs ahoul to drill a well, but .Globe Etnro there wliic-h M. II. SmtUi nt tbc present lime the was near- this Qen. Oliver has moved to (o- Inke chnrec of the new Thai the company wa a prepare fl to canserro us much as-possible as ton? as it could make both enrts meet" and do justice lo the barer! old was la Elatemiui iilatlc by Cosl'j. If :t could1, sell some gas in ihe summer time outside the ordinary run just bought from Mr. Kurd. MANITOBA TORIES DROP 4 i SIR ROBERT BORDER AS "THEfR fATRON SAINT fl'IXMPKO, Xov. a 11 ell at-' Harry Kill, an American I Jolln Slordkih. WfndEor. wUo drove I the ntila winch lumcil over and kitted i Sj-Jht-y Slenlake, was Fcnlcnced to i wo months iu jail, Some boys on Hallowe'en lo'.vercd street laiub in Vancouver; U.C.. and liillo Dick Tie Jen came eonlnct with it aud was eleclroculed.' Luge McDonald was fatally hurl tu a boom fell al" the excavation for Ihe .Nurses' Home mUlttiou al Ilcckwood Hospital, Kingston.. W. Scholtz, who deserled from Ihe army in Calvary> and was in Slmlford, was sentenced at thirty THEY COST NO MORE When you buy plino It'l an lurestinenl (or a fltelimc. Why not IIIVH Ibe MASON i RUCH, wbeu Oil} coil no mortT Uctauso sell from -TICIOIT lo home'.' tbrcjQgh our own flores. we save you laoooy. Ask [or sptdal Elyle UooSkl >ml Balinorml Block Horn, oi BUY VlCTORV. dsys for si coal. a bicycle and raia- The first aUfic of the Ireaty rcscrvetlohs drawn by Ibe foreign relations com- mUtcc, a treaniulc requiring three olher of the great poivers to accent the rcscrvalions. ndoptcd br ItQ EG ci-te late today after many efforts lo amend it had felled. The volo was 4S lo 40. the mllil reservation Group lining up almost In favor ot I Ke measure. Tho only Republican vpi- ing io tbe negative ivaa Senator 5ic- Cumber, North Dakola. Three Demo- crats; Reiil, Missouri; Gore, Oklahoma, and VVElsh. Massachusetts, stood wUh the Republicans for the- preamble. _ An -Gmcndment by Senator KtefiMnfe he would Lave to face a rial for Uiu ilcnlh of J. II. Dames, J coiApiulon, iTlimu he "litli) accident-' Ally ehnl whllo oul buullng. J. A. [loreitool. njert IS shbl litateK. Jyirig almost lualflhlly. Dr. FerguEon. ot Eiirlnstield. fas fluc-Q 550 for not k'novrlAg Ibe UErEO'J :a a vrcECrtptlbn way issued nnfl nol haririE Kivl'Ii Iheni a inedlcal Col. II. J. Dan-eon. C.31.U., O.S.D.. associate iirpFessor ot malliemnlics et Ihe R M C. Kiiigston. bis bceii spiloliH- cd gciicral ElnlC otflucr ol Mllllniv Dlslflct Xo.'S. Democrat Utah, lo make it posisble orei for a foreign power lo nccept the res-i riB morely by "recognlzlns the1 States aj a party lo the! was rejected, 46 IQ 42, The line up ('ie fame as on tendod convt-alion oCJthe Manitoba suiriruer Liiau uiuuiaij for cooking, am) lisMfng, it inlecJcU i Conscn-ollTo party hero today. Vf. 0. lo do' I Vi'iltis. of Boissevaiii, :was Wlth" ges at 40 cents Mr. Coslc-'ly provincial leader. The name aimed tbat ttc people would Sir Tlobcrt Borden wasaaliun from Isfied, as Ihe companv could get list of patrons lhat or J. W. trealer revenue and thus drill 12 vpElls Halraan snlMliluted. .This was done In the year instead of five. Tho Jin such 3 manner lhat Eorae of Ihe people wanted a Dleadj- supply of gas. delegates did not appreciate the slgnl- ficance-ilntll the mectihg was over. 11 IhEd DGCTI prenlcled there would bo friction over this matter but there was no' Irollhle at all at the cotiren- Jluch enthusiasm was sliowu and victory at Ilie next election was confidently predicted. the McCumbpr amendment, except lhat jSncator. Gore, Oklahoma, and Senator Walsh; Massachusetts, Democrats, J voted with tbc admmlslralion forces. I HOCKEY BOOTS MEN'S, WOMEN'S, BOYS' AND GIRLS', IN THE FAMOUS McPHERSON LIGHTNING HITCH PATENT This Uool is strong, durable, ahd ihc most Sbulm-j Boot DD the market. SEE THESE BEFORE BUYING W J. NELSON Co. Sherlock Building (From OUT On-n WINNIFRED. NOT- H. Smith A woman al Hazellon, Pa., placed of Ihc'Olobe Store left for the motin- Lonils In the parlor stove Utas with a party of four to go mooso Uasl summtr for safo keeping. Her 'They cipoct to be gone two children stalled a [ire, but she rcF.cu- htmllng. weefca. p burning bonds, and although Walter Uowennaa and Brother re- nadly mnlllaled, they wero redettncrt. THE EVANGELIST OF THE NORTH In Ihe facl lliat'Vihllalmiir Eon Is a proiluct or Ihla counlry, in that ho was born In Manitoba, Canada i lias CFery reason to be proud of one of her sons. H U a slrong testimony i lo Lhe building up of lhat lillnesi of character which goes Trllt I th'fi cnvlronroeDi of [he West thai JH furnished in Slo'ansson, in the spirit Ue ahoweJ In-osaaying Uio joarnei Uie irlldcracij of tbo norlb. Tho explorer showed a wonderful oil hlniaelf In sotting forth on his Journey norlh. lo live on what the country afforded. 11 not only wanted a.greal deal u, daring till a cousldorahln amount of faith In (he Iind lo which he waa joins. r .The frnltlpr. of the faith lie held, aj-.d .the-fortifying of Ihe- determination ihowM mean a ?.ieal dell in tlifl fcnUdlng up of those ebaraclaritllcs '-Trhkh go in (ho formation ol a virile WMh men of this ilamp piiltrpllwl, are no heights which Mlkiv-cwiDot alfjln lo. .-.'It ini juit the., reiourcefnlnesa twhlefa Tfrfiniinn sbbired' IhBl made I 1 or which Ihe JOILB of Dominion achieved at Ihe front. ,'l Kmetbjnf'wbrlli Ihlnllns of with METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT OFFICE, 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 339. THE BALANCE OF POWER Many men ihink an Income contract guaranteeing a month to theii' wile and family is loo small a sum to be of much benefit, but "Every little bit added to what you already havegol makes a little bit more" and this little bil may prove to be "the balance of power" between want and com- fort. In these days vvitli the majority of the people living better than ever before, notwithstanding the high cost of living, a Metropolitan Monthly In- come of doesn't seem much but it's the surest thing a person can have. Many dependents today have less than a month, lhat is certain. It's hard to readjust one's way of learn how to cut one's cloth lo fit trie reduced add (o those difficulties the anxiety of what might happen in the case ol sickness, with a salary or earnings cut off, or greatly reduced and al the same time doctors' bills to it is that the sure Metropolitan Monthly Income is fully appreciated. Whether the Monthly Income is large or small, makes but little differ- ence; it may still be THE BALANCE OF POWER AGENTS, F. A. DENTON, F. A.-FISHER, T. R. GURR, J. C. HANRAHAN. CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN ST.' AUGUSTIN'S AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED Holy Communion. 3 a.m. Matins, 11 a.m. Evcnsongj During the p.m. irtorUn o! Norember aefvlceS Sre Uoing Iield In St. Augut- ttn's Cliurcb. Sunilaj' School In SI. Cypriau'a Church, 3 p.m. It Is very necessary for UETHDD1ST Chnrch ReV. Chuj. E. Crafg, B. D, Paster. 320 llti 9L S. Phonei: Pfrionaoe 104, Church tludy 409 Claudt rtuglwl L.A.6, Mui. Dlrtctor cess of ihe Alnalgamallon lhal all who voted for'H uphold Uielr atllon loyalty by fostering all the Interests of the. unilcri congrSgillont to tho fullest client of Ihelr power. Rev. Canon Murrell-WriQht Ibe Sue- 111 Worsliip. A brief ST. MARY'S CHURCH. NORTH LETKBRIDOB Corntr 61 h Avc. and 12lh St, C. North Rev, Stanley C, Rfppcr 517 SI. A. Norlh Matins, 1L 'a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Archdearon will preach in the crcning, v-'cather permitting. Sunday School, 3 p.m.. in chilrch, Adull Ulblc Class, 3 p.m. In Parish Hall, loy Sconta. S p.rn., in Unity Hall, din (luidaj. Monday, S p.m., lo ;'arlsb ,Vulr Tucadax, 7.30 p.m, In Unity Hall. Auxiliary, Monday, 3 p.m. lo I'arlfli- Hall, '.'linir 1'rnc.tice, Friday, 8 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th llrctt I. Gundiy 11 a.cv "Adsm and Fallen Sunday School convenes at the cloio fil llrj Sunday morning ecrvlcc. EnnlnJ, Tmlmoay mtll Tending room In open Sundays and Icsisl nolldays, from a (c E p.m. wliort the IllWo ?ulhor. address 16 Ihe boys and slrls. fol- lowed by the fitrmon. 30 Service. Subject, Ihe Oovll'B Books." Sunday School and Dlhle Class- es- BAPTIST Fltit Biptfsl Corner 9th Street and 3rd Ave. S. Rev W. Dafoc, B.A., Pastor Mr. B, Jones, Dlrtdor of Choir Hen-Ices al 11 "Mecl- lug Our necord Ajaln." Sunday School and Illble Class at 12.15. Evening Service al VounB .Min's Choice." Sons Service al 7.15. A cordial Inyitalloa lo all. PRESBYTERIAN knoi Church A- 4lh iind Sirrcr 5. A. H. Denoon, Minister. F. Laylon, orfinlit inrf leader Morning Dr. DuchtBJn, from ludla. Kvefilns A. II. boibon, the Vaslor will preach. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. ll a.m.: Kindergarten and Class. II a.m.: Service. 13.13. Blp Sisters. 3 p.m.: Dig Hrothcrs- i p.m.: Chinese 7.30 p.m. Evenlflg Service. THE UNITED CHURCll 01' NOKTH LETlIBllIIKJK Rev. t, J. Hodulns, 6.A., Paltof 1271 6lh N. Phon< Choir Letter, MM. F. Jaekion. Cninmilnlon morning und-oVcnine. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. 10 a.m., llnys' "CP1' (1'0 Sunday .Sch6ol In the' Hall. 11 urn.. MornlnK CHIlllTIAN MEN'S LEAOUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) Y.M.U.A. (11 3 li.lfl. 0. L. CURTIS, Wt Ueerf New Oos- pel for the New 11. 11. Jolinaon. Meeting will start fcharp et 3 p.m. rllacuMlon. Ladles hivlled. Cnristlan (Jhorch Oliver L. Cultil, Pattor tor. frd dve, nn.1 0th 31. ft. Hfliool, I'rcschlnj, II. 3D. Sulijcct, "OUi- Mis- sionary Society." I-lvenlng Service, Old Htory.1' Subject. "Ar. Christian flclcnca I tie read, borrowed or purcbt public -Is rordlslly Invliod Itr.rl the- church rerTlcti, vlfilt lha room. ft rt NOTICE Ministers arc reinilnled lhat 'church notices should bo hand- ed In lieforo sli o'clock t'rlrlay to ensure Insertion, nft thlfl ivaco eocs to press elrly Sal- urdar inofnlns. I J. !f t. f. J. f. tf f. f, Q 1 o'clock. TleelnncrB and 'primary tin-1 filindays. pin.: partmonls (if Uio Sunday Kchool In Mtblc A31OCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dornlnlon Bldg., Clh direct 9, p.m.: Illblo Sluily, Dltilo SUldj-. parlmon Ilip Hall. 2 o'clock, Olrls' IXpt. of the 3iind.iiy Hchool in the Cniireh. S.lfi, Adult Dcpt. of Iht- S. ?i. In IhJ Oliuroh. 7.30: pjvcnlns Service. PENTECOSTAf. AMD FOREIGN MISSION 20S 13lh Street Norlh Kiiiulay SorrlMs: .MornlnB, 11 o'clock Evening, 7.15, Ttfcjday iind Thursday at S o'clock. by nralsi-, prayer aid u-j- Illnnny Tjtcling. Ail Wcicorr.c, No Collection, SALVATION ARMt AdjnUnl and MfJ. Johnllonc. C.O, fip3clal Ffllrnllon Anrty pcrrlcca TT-il: lio cjondnulcd all day tomorrow by Adjutant and Mrs, JohnHonr. An nnunccmcil of Iho pvocecdlnffs o( Ilie YOIIUK CohfereKe to h- held In Hill clly in Novtimber, vil be mailo hy Inn Adjulnnl. .Special filnglng liy baud. Evsrybody Welcomt ;