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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta J1U.XUAV. HI, THE LKTllIJUinHii DAILY IlKIULD. PAOK THIRTEEN.: ON CHRISTMAS MORNING ALL OVER m. Three I'ecl of Snow In South Ik a Gen- lleneJU Xov. ttorma were general over most at tho entire CaniiJUn pralrlo weal during Iho week-end. In Hits section at present ORO ol the ht-avli'st storms In years la In [.roKreaa. I'rosjjeetg aro for tylug L up of transportation ID the city (mil delay iu ihu country. Three feet of! snow have fallen 90 far In southern Manitoba, and ibis will benefit wide I areas Gf Unlit Hut for (he fiast fow aCiiEons have bad Insufficient i moisture. In fact Ihe heavy snow (flH will :lo good all over the grain grow-) Ing couulry. ll IB had, however, fnr tbo (anchors ol southern Alberta, i a report from Lelhbrldgo says that! tho hard crual formed on new by heavy frost following a thaw in a tea tho outlook for r-loct worse tliaa ever.: Winter has coino in the west a. month earlier than usual. H will be hard for tho small householder wlioae fuel bill is an Important factor of nis kmilget SODIG consolation lies In tha fad that a hard winter with lota ol usually rroiagos a good crop. Sweeping Eastward CHICAGO. Nov. cast- ward, a severe 'blizzard Is racing to- day over (be Mississippi valley states, crippling tho telegraph: and Iraln scr- Tlcea. tern ;rMIiiPe a ola, Colorado, North ftnd South Dakota, and Nebraska were la the grip ol the storm. Bad.In Colorado DE.WER, Colo., NOT. Tolten.- phlc and telephonic service out .of Denver Is seriously crippled by storms today. Trains from Ihd cast, vcat nd north aro from three lo five baMrs behind Echedule' as tho result of a billiard thai -tollowert 12- hours of bciry finowtnil over a'jirJde district A heavy loss or livestock on the ring as in the northern part Lrf Colo- rado Is Scared as TQQ blizzard, etrUcTc that part ot I ha slate- without warn- IDC. The range Is covered i'llli suoiv to BD nverage depth of a loot, Kansas and Nebraska alan report- ed heiry mow end high winds. The mercury dropped btlow zero In sev- eral of tha country. START TRIAL OF STRIKE LEADERS WINNIPEG. NUT. a elart ivas made at the fall as- sizes OQ cases arising out o( Ihc sympathetic strike ivhea U, Jacques and Hi-ary Oourkc appeared, (barged ulth unlaviful assembly Irtsi June. Very little "A-SE made, however, owing to (tie of Col. O. K. C. Pouseite. a material witness for the crown, who Is ill. v In lo Demand For His Hesitation Says Money Must Go To Widows and Orphans SfflOS OF FINIAND CALGARY, Nov. that a cash Imnun nothing more or many pensioners L-ss lhan tit UViitig ol money Irani widows ar.d orphans of soldiers to H out among ablc--bndlefl men well Mud TO earn llie'r own living. Major IV Lc-c M.P, reiurnert red hot answer In an InlcrTieTV to- j 'lay 10 Iho Great War Veterans' As- sociation executive resolution, de as tt would at present, lhal the coun- iry .would be unable to raise tba noney necessary to take care of the widows and children of soldlere and meu. "I believe ital while- ihe present provisions for la pos- sibly sufficient to maintain, lite. ihcy aro rot sufficient to maintain decent Nov. ian case of Finland has brought a sliarji division of opinion over (he rights and powers of the in- ternational labor conference. Rome Jays ago, the conference appointed a special committee under the chairman- ship of lion. X. Ituivcll to report on ihe question, of admitting Finland. tlie Domlncan ropuhllc and In regard to Luxemburg, the Donilncan republic anfl Mexico, Mr. Ilou'dl will present to the confer- ence this afternoon the unanimous op- inion of Ihe commlUee lliat three counlrtes he not adrniticil. The ground taken by the comim'toc is that ihe conference has rcrr-ired no formal application for admission from Ihc governments concerned. While Dr. Minister Of They had an additional 20 Agriculture Puts Matter Up To The Railway Com- mission WINNIPEG, Nor. than score o[ doctor? la the province will ha hauled Into court during lha course ot tho" next fow daj-s OQ charges ot violating -the Manitoba Temperance AcU ii wan slated today. the past 10 weeks, IS convic- tions have been obtained by the tem- pcranca oIHclala against, the medical pro Tea Bloc, mostly coun- try doctors. A referendum on (he liquor question la Manitoba JE later-provin- cial trade in liquor likely to bo ifiken "at the Lima of the provincial elections next summer, according to unconfirmed reports. At the government, huildlngs It WAS Hid amendments to Ihe act will bo put through next session to make It impossible for a doctor to glvcjpre- Acripilons to nay persoa other limn a oona fide pntlcnt, and providing (or the use of numbered prescription lorma Bunplled Ly the Government. CALGARY, Nov. C. Cole-1 man, vice-president ot the Canadian Pacific railway, who Is vJillliig Cal- gary looking Into tho question of car shortage In connection with live- stock. In the course of an Interview threw the entire onus of the shortage on Ihe American railroads for not re- turning promptly Block cars belong- ing (o the Canadian Pacific railway. He stated Ihat the situation was thor- oughly appreciated by the company and wns the cause of gravest con- cern, Mr. Cole ma 11 Elated that some llUlc relief was now being afforded. In Ihc drought area on the Metilclno Hat division al 10 o'clock Monday they had 52 stock cars placed _ for loading or moving Elatfons.' On the Leln- bridge division, they had 40 stock cars and about an equal number ol hot CRTS available for loadlnc from Ihe drought area to Icedlng gronnds else- where or to local markets. ID addi- tion, the company had 130 stock cars moving bolvrecn Swift Current r.nd Medicine Hat, all ot which would be available for loading with In 36 hours. ears al Major Iledman arrived this morning frum Ottawa, on the trans-Canada train after reading '.lio resolution passed by ibe Ortal War AE.tocI.iticri, declared ho was thai (he ISEUC had cotnc to a point >viiero bo could make a strnlghtfor- ward sratemer.t. In reRard lo the alie- 'Balion ia the lhal lie had his to tho r.-eat War Vetemns" Association, Major lledman "So far as any broken pledges art) IcniicerKeJ. I slaifid at iho mci'iini; at which my nnne waa in uonima- that T would thn iiuer- of tbc eoldicrs bcforn Iny tnler- icsts of anv party, and 1 hr.Tis alwayj (lone EO. I do not regard tl In thc [interests o[ Ibe soldiers to attempt to 1 (jxiorl from the trrapurr EUISM 1 ol money for ablo-bmlieil men who arc thoroughly aide to take can: of ;ii em selves when tills would mean, der tial Iho breeding slock may bo preserved. 'The, acute problem (or the moment Is one of cars, and it these can he supplied In sufficient numbers, relief ol the feed situation will be provided. At the coaferetice were T. Reginald ArJtell, of the Domia- lon department of agrlculiurt, repre- sentatives of the provincial depart- ment of agriculture and of all the principal livestock interests ul tho province.. Asked what action he an- tlcipaletl to afford relief, Dr. Totinlo said he had put ihe matter straight lo lite railway.commlsaion and the C.P.R. "It Is noiv'strictly up to Swift Current and 30 moving Into said'he, "tb-takc Llio necessary steps." that terminal and 140 leaving MOOSE 4CO Cars Corning Today Jaw ivoulil "ue delivered at i It is understood that some rtllel in Swift Curretit before Tuesday morn-1 tbo way of cars will bo forLhcouihie Ing. The movement of these cars, jlodny, wlicsi the railway companies said Mr: Colcman, was receiving the [will hare 400 cora in Calgary for stock personal attention of all divisiotial officers .and empty stock cars were being handled In preference to all; freight except perishable goods. L, Dr. Tolmit Acts Nov. ihe; seriouiness of conditions, and also of the shortage of cars ot stock eitbcr for shipment, oul ,of.l the country or Tor shipment" to I areas, local Btockmen took the oppor- tunity on Saturday of impressing Ur. Toltnie, mfnisler ot RgricuHurc lor tho Dominion, happened to spending a day in the city on his way easl, the facts of the situation with the result Lhat thu new minister ol agriculture has taken steps looking to the immcdlale relief of the situation. Last evening he uirert the Dominion railway commission nnd Ihe head of- fices of the C.P.R. impressing upon them the serious aspect of affairs ami Teo.uesMoE' some immediate action for relief. Market Beef Cattle Speaking to the Alberta.ii last even- ing, Dr. Tolmle expressed the nrlnlor, that tbo marketing o[ beef cattio on :i considerable scale is desirable in or- Kiddie's Clothes How tt Moke Them Wear Longer There is stringent need of it, as every mother can testify, in these days of mounting prices. it ever occur to you common soaps, and the ordinary rub and scrub of the wash board, break down more clothes then are ever actually worn out in uee? Its so. We've studied the question. That's why Sunlight Soap purest and best of soaps, was first evolved, ago lo wash clothes gently bul (horouihly, without nibbing special "Sunlight" way. It's etsy lo do the washing yourself if 'Insist on getting the Soafryou LEVER BROTHERS UM1TRD Stockmen on all hands last expressed Alarm over the slluallon, saying tbai hundreds of orders Tor feed were going In nnd Lhat no feed was available.; May Be Heavy Loss Supt. PeBritfMher, of Ihe Southern thc mountcd rlui last nighL thaL rJou3 rela. live to stock nnri fcarerj iLat many TICAQ ivould bo lost during the coming winter. He had estimated that aa liigh as 75 per cent ot the stock In the soulh would bo a total loss the coming winter, but, hoped that something couM be done to sare them. He re- alized Hint. Hie early commencement ot whiter hart tnade it very hard to deal vflth tlic slluiition. Gco. Hoadlcy, for Okotote, w.i9 very pesslmlslic. He sulri thousands ot tons 'o[ hay were on or dcr, filled. WASHINGTON, Xov. cani- algn designed to rid tbe country ot aliens preaching forcible overthrow or Lhe government was continued today by the department ol Justice, arrests being made In .New York, Detroit and elsewhere. While Ihe Cirut raids Fri- day-and Saturday were aimed partic ularly at leaders of Union of Russian workers, oinerp have been caught In thc general dragnet thrown out nller two mouths o[ InTCEllgallon. Attorney-General Palmer announc- ed loday that 42 additional aliens had been held for deportation making a total ol 253. since the raids started. Hyrum Davis is His Mother Lives in North Lelhbridge Hr.s anyboily seen or heard of mm v-lio is inisslne1.' is a (joy of 13 ycirs of age, proml- neni chin ami forehead, hns ilghi curly hair and grey eyes. Thc mining 1-oy was litst seen in Medicine mi. Mnn7lMc, about two miles from here, struck lo- dny tor an eight hour dny with pny for 10 liourfl, Skilled workers were prevented (rom cnturlng Hie plant ihla morning, bul tho office force not molested. Several Instances ol violence Tvere reported. CHESS CLUB INNOVATION Following Iho lino ot (he old-Urns cocoa clMbs, Iho Ltthbrldgo Chess Club IB now holding Its mcetlnfid In Klrkby'e rcfllftiir.int on Monda7s find Thuredays. There h no fco ftllnch cd to tha club, but all who Aro In tor- pet od in chess ore InvJtcd lo come Along with Ihctr Loarda and che s- men and lo Indulge In the mental di- version which chcsa affords, to ho followed aflcrwardg, If BO disposed, with bodily fortification In Iho way of Eiippur, light or otherwise, nt the ARTHUR DIVINE GOES TO VANCOUVER POUT AUTHUI1, On I., Nov. nov. John LeleH.'Vcdtnr of St. Johns llcfm church here, hru occcrlccl a call to Ihc church of St. John He Ifrrtac, Vancoavcr, The Success of the Town Is The Community Spirit CITIZENS MUST BELIEVE, TALK AND LIVE SUCCESS The success ot an army (says J. W. Hamilton, sales manager lor Finch, Van Slyck IVlcCoiwille ot St. Paul) is ciue lo the development of the community spirit amongst ihe men in the Various morale, in other remember that Napoleon said that 75 per cent of the success of an army was in its morale. Equally so with ihe community; 75 per cent, of its success lies in the loyalty of each family to the home town; the oiher 25 per cent being pvopsrly attributed to the location of the town and its natural advantages. WELL PATRONIZED STORES A community lo be successful must have prosperous and well patronized retail stores; it must develop a community spirit between the merchants and the townspeople and the country-side. Kipling "It ain't the guns, nor armariicnt, Nor funds that they caii pay, But the close co-operation That makes them win the day. If ain't ihe individuals Nor thd-drmy as a whole, Bul the everlaslin' leam-svork Of every bloomin' soul." Ami II Is the close co-opc-rallon or coiling together' of Ibc Icailine spirits who rccosnizc ths MCCEsJIy for CDijlinunlly sjilrll if ibslr lawn Is ID succeed nml Iholr accordinglf, wins. There lr In the vast majority ol men n sense ol IdlrtiMS i'Dtl a. "desire lo Ic 'elvc unil (ate, uml (tint Is Ihc gi'Duntl-work whith, to tho selfish to succeed, .upon which Ihe community must needs hti developed. TALK SUCCESS The will not.soon forget Iho BclMcnlal nritl the generosity ol. our cillzeng In contributing monty hy.lho hunilrcj'Ja ol mllllor.i [o MM Cross nnd .other war work, ami something nkln to that spirit must be derelopcil in each countryside, Iho disposition lo loyally support Iho home (own even it some merchandise can be oblnfncil somewhere else n< a slighlly lesu cost. When (he citizens of a community bellovo In Us success, talk that auccocs nnd live It, -success h hound lo como ta thai coniinunily for that spirit fall. Ccrlalnjy they cannot hope lo haro success'ivlthont tills dls- pcsillon. The lovvn llml U loyal (o llscll because il hclicvcs In Itsclr Is n heller lown lo lire Ii property Is worth more money Minn where there Is a lack of co-operation. Get In louch with yorir newspaper editor and back him up. In, and it: ;