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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta iK KUOH FllllUY. NOVEMBER 14, Tlbc letbbriboe DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ftth Soulh. W. A. Buchanim Pt-MldeuL and NaaaglDg Director John Terr BUSLCBES TELEPHONES Uflnesc Ofiice Kdllorla] OHico 1252 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation SubicrTplfOn Rain: Daily, delivered, per .15 delivered, jrtv year IfeUy, by mall, per yeir SiOO Wertly. br mail, per feir......1.50 Weekly, bj- mall, per year (o VS. 100 eats of oailoiial ownership. Liut the acquiring or this railway rcakira the road open for Iho of (ho of the Grand Trunk Pacific. This point was referred (o la iho Jls- cuailon ovcf Ibe policy in refanl lo the Grand Trunk span from the principle of public ownership Involred in ito acquisition of tbo Trunk, this business feature ueatJs emphasising. TMs enterlUE Into other arguments noiv well known as 10 why the railway should be acquired. The GoTerniuent ol Canada hts em- barked on a ME last In aatluiial otrnerfhlp In. regard to Uiu rautiays. ii a pciler which, may fce siid to a torcsd ca the by circumstances, but none the less L marls en Important step In legUiaUoii ami gives tha opportunity of osiablJstlos the prlu- clple- o! public ownership and of 9011- ndlnE the critics o' eucti policy. la soajetMng more than maklcg rlrtui of necessity In ihe palicy lu thft GranJ Trust 4SA1N10HAWEIILEO IU Datei of cipiry o( subscription ap- pear aally on address label. Acccp'.- ancd of papers atter expiration date IB our auLhorily to continue tbe snb- WINNIPEG MARKET FOR ALBERTA COAL There was a great of value, in Its ralaiioa 10 the coal Industry of tb'e WASTING OUR RESOURCES' A factor In Ibe reSabilllallon thlogs, after, the confusion and slmctlon caused by the wnr. la the altentlon elren lo the prevention ol '-'i 'Jio papers. mta In u5Ius to the utmost nli i ynctlcal ippJlcnUaas ot tha sntue. That tai work wUl tmproie the quality et ttachinc la churcb Is certain. the JicksoD blocli. The Hardware and r'urnltyre Suppljr Co. store It for biulnan n-lth M J. Iloyil as manaf ar, in their new stow on Main ilrwt- H- B. gl JLnuatroar, prOTln- L'lal H ifa an Rankfjt Kind of Four Flushcr Farmer on Board He Says .VICTORIA. U.C.. NOT. Falluro la pis raisins for iho assigned.reason tha! sioci ralsors have built plggorjosj rlclal'riill'this waei. Aa milk haie not raised of milk which alanda at Ihe lummi ot Quart] for a dollar. Tho inter-church Fonrmrf More- meat vlll be. launched at of Uxe moDlh! by the Mothodldt secUon of Iho effort'. Eaoh o( the tbrea prol- eatant rhurchei are uied to raise '5500 In IhU efiort, Tfcli weei HJT. O. Province', in ihe made at the coal comratssion's sittings that an experimental ba In- stalled in WinipDg for the education ut Iho oNvners ol poirer plants and eslablishmenLs In tbe uses of placfc of the coal Industries of Alberta depends t. great deal on the finding of netr martets. Right at doors, without going farllier, Is ucb field ID tha province of Wanitobi. The enormous wastage that ID our coal mines, In respect to elaca- conJ, was made erideal "bj tte erldence given before the coal com- mission. in one mine JSO.OQO value of coal, ID tho shape ol ilacfc, prirjdplej which appiy lo tlon. In the pcllcy of reconstruction sppEirj [0 b6 too much preaca- on part of authorities and too iule of the tnstltulton of practical methods as applied to IhrifL To ireach ajone not enough; to prac- ise what Is preached Is not only a oslcal sequel ol prtachlnj but Ihe Ihal are too good and modern, taken up today B.L the conveotLon herd of the Western Canada Livestock Un- r AV. C. McKllllcin. superlnten- ccui o[ the Djmlnlcn rTxperlmpntal UTlon at Ilrandon. Atlafka on High Cost of I.iTlns 'oiDnllssIoner O'Connor and board of commerce as ruining tha livestock industry oi Canada wero made lojaj- at the convention of the West- ern Canada Livestock Union. 'Tto government saw fit to ap- point a board of cormnerca and they D! McGregor. "Anybody who has been connected with the adminis- tration or who has been at Ottawa kuov._i ;hnl he Is the rankest kind of a fourflushcr. He advcrtis AS a mailer of facl, h1 a lady and vrhen she lefi nicn he was II. Is al Raslo lending a hand with a ibnllar work In that The Dominion Mounted Pollca art inli week moving Into Ihelr verman- enl quarters In asvell lnlerQaUy _.__ ___ q ii veil 11 KUU in t: i tun u of liberty In Iha world war. AL night [Toronto died at his homo there, i grand tall was given In tbo opera more Important or Lhe U WQS something amoumlng (o a as disclosed at ihe session of tbe coal commission, that Lhe valu- able by-prodacU of. coal ere allowed up in smote. From these by- products such valuable commercial commodities tar and benzine can be produced. This was demonstrated the allusion Lo what tba German had done In pre-war days Lo make use of the by-products or ths British tad other mines. It was stated Vtb9 sittings of ths commlsjlon, that tie German Goierament had Installed. Tree of charge, bake OTBDS ID the mines on an agreement thai for thai space of three tha by-producis of Uie mines conlrj used without payment for tbn same and with the condition Lbat at Lhe end o' Lho pcrloJ, II they _so wished, Lhe mine owners could have Lhe plants. In-this policy Lh when tUe west, bound express ran over L ,1 him last Frl'jBy, has been removed lo .Mr. McGregor said thai [here should franbrook hospital, whero La la re- be a farmer nod producer on the j wplL was thrown un- JGanI- j der Lha train when ho mlascd his foot- The union decided not to organize- j whUe alienating lo board a rsLher actively at present tho National Lire- tram, stock L'nion. but is ftt all times ready are being called for the (o co-operatB with Ibe Eastern Canada Livestock Unloa. o( (all fair Jnajll building which will be utilized as a skating rink this first rink Iho town has over bail. haj blfld flDfl dtpli B_ Dansoi., causa ;naa bcen -n OTEF 15 rears merchant in Tli9 hull wns brilliantly! ilLutnlutiieij nun IB3I.CIUJIJ- uecin LiLml [or the Allied rings and bunting. J. U. Allred leayei Lhls week tor UlLib, where he will lake possession oC some pure-bred sheep (hat ho pur- chased come time -ago. Ho will ship them hack lo Canada.- U is Mr. AH- rod's aim lo go In extensively (or blgU- i sheep. STEAMER STRANDED HALIFAX, N.3.. NOT. n been received by C. H. IlarTey, Bpe ol tho marine acd fisheries tbat tbo slenmer Lady Evelyn was stranded on a reef near The Evelyn was formally a government vessel and now owned by a French company itch purchased her last spring and Ttcb. operates here bettveon Plctou d the Magdalen Islands. Potatoes Not Dug Caught By '22 Degrees is at Lowest era TTas'inucn' of the commercial wisdom that distinguished the Ger- much. This requires, DO demonstra- tion. U was someihlng for sad re- flection that, in ihe want of prepara- tion of the coal sent out lo Winnipeg.1 the coal known as coal be-1 comes prejudiced in ils Quality. The fact LbaL Drumheller coal, passed off ts Lethbridge coal by dealera In the fljy- of Winnipeg, works all to the lelr Iment of Ihe home prod act de- Bands nolle e. 1 There afc more things than the ad- (ustmenl of freight rates for Alberta 4gal though these adjust-" mehts would he oi cocslderahle ser- .rice, Iban what apparently raeels Lhe lye, In what has been made known ftl the coal co mm is si on'a aesslons. Considerable material baa been fur- nished for campaign work of a prar llcal nature in ranking tie ManUoba Biarket ayallable for'AJberta coal. SESSION OF IMPORTANCE U may bo the babit [ilty of Lhe in the war, and by adopting their devices'went one better, EO we should profit in Ihe Limes ol peace In Lhe "way ol deTJccs for Lhe economic war o( peace .tline. Tba policy of prcTeQtlag Is a highly Important one at Lhia Lime when our finances are crippled. We should look to every rneaus Lo repair was lag a by 'eliminating wastage. In Ibis Lhe policy of making tho very most of oar natural resources demands at- tention. To our coal Industry this par- ticularly applies, in Lhe opportunity U unfolds In conserrltig Iti by-producls for new Industries. It may be that tbe research societies and [be laduaLrial commissions here [given thla matter of the by-products 'H thought. If not, here is something to wblch, from a national standpoint. their attention should oe given. Thi question, moreover, is one which calls for the serious consideration of governments. Practical plans for loot on lie of Parliament the .gospel of thrift are Ja.l-closed as one of no peal iKorth lhan a" ll10 palEna towards Inculcating llic anme A poond of practice h worth n ton ol rrecepL kn Importance and .one that could have keen dispensed with. But whatever Bay be urged against Ihe holding of the- pact session, in one respect at but It -may well be said to be one of tMt In' t .Iti'.ibe Dominion to ol ilp ,6'au Unrly'ailed 'n'alure, In tie of tha Grand Tronk And now It la the turn of Raymond naff ant] live cfeats.- Victory1 toon la ;-wortH cheering Co HUrnV Kajmondl, The nftw Gorcmrnenl, W ju. la a weH Juiowp pro H .a an'ft'cceptcfl.lacl Uie hisiorj hlbtllonlal. Hanoy in lu sound ha Ihe railways of Ibis country that JJ lias- blei .'by them; Jn Ih'ij hJeedJng process privately rail- Iba of cold water. tftiya hayc rlayed a tery great, part. This miy be ,demons.rated- in Dial tlilfl yeir the.people ol Canada will bo 'Upon -lo meet Iho .liLeresi D. rallTrny rlebt, iccunred .under to. Iho cilcnl of Ihla tho Lime hftdleurcly (e the tltua- rf aiid In Sttle Is by taking "f7r possible faio Mattera as thoy haro 'C Jboirn cotrfd not pet Any .ercrtiblnc points to Ihelr be- bettered br tho Slate assuming vlth a. free Land lo remedy j. 'Jhitrfs. Tbe acquisition of Uio Grand Trunk (Uilfrar at all (Fnrn Our OIVQ Ccrrftsiocdent) CliESTO.V, D. C., NOT. will see Ihe end nf the 1319 ap le shipping Eeason, and there is con- Vderable activity bMb .tere and al "rictson Lfala -ireeK, loadlbg but dozea cars ol Ibis (nil Lieut. Boyd Has Just Received Ihe Good News in an Of- ficial Lelter o go (orrferd. .Fruit inspector Fl From Our Own CorreJDOcjenl) HAY310XD, NOT. Murdo L {_e ot'.Raymoad, who sErred Iu lof I the entire 111 -ei I ranee with (he 4th ballnlion o[ lue "Gar irton Highlanders racelied a certificate T7ben D snail y rule at'least cents a Irox had anotber icn-abore-zero loucn if -weather on Wednesday morning, and with It all hope of being able to ucccEsfuily harvest the potatoes the of October frost touch .caught In ho ground. Possibly 200 tons oi hem are lost, and the financial loss Till be quite serious as some pi the pud a bad-been sold as nigh es a Loan Goes Well Today zees the Victory Loan canvass f ths Valley going al lop speed, and now that Lhe outside points are re- porting H is sate to predict that the quota of will h a reidlly realiz- ed, and there is good Indication that he Oaijeclhre or will also be .Ltalncd. Bowl buyers are not 33 numerou3 as a year ago, but the signed by HOD.. Winston secretary of atala for war, statei thai Ueal. Boyd was mentioned In a 'des- patch from Sir Douglas Halg, dalei Lhe Sth of November, 191S for "gallan and distinguished service In the field." H went on to say that Hla Majesty Ihe King desired to eiprca his appreciation ot bis Lleul Boyd Is we.l-Xnown In Lhe south liav ing been a .former employee of th Dank'of Montreal at Raymond a.m Magralb; Besides this and anolhn cerlljicate, Lieut. Boyd has won lou medala. The funeml of Mrs- John Hyde wa held tday In tbe ctiarpb. ward cbape Ulshop Meeks olllctatlng. Mrs. Hjd passed aTray of UeaVt dUeasa Monda night. Tbe funeral service wag ver impressive. Interment was made I ccmelcry.i are taking them in larger denomloa- Ions, ana Is most cas53 paying spot At the last meeting ol the tow council Coun. Stewart B. Card was ap cash. Anotucr noleivorthy feature la I pointed lo represent the council o that the Danks are selling fewer Ihe special committee on athletics t bonds thla year, tbe canvassers formulated by the various asaocl ting almost SO per cent, of the pales. I ol lne loml- The ooject of th The Women's Institute Armistice jccmrmtlea la to encourage athletic Day whist (Irlre and dance In tne and sports and take steps looking t Parish Hall on Tuesday uleht got them i the- orjanizalion or an athletic Qas ?SO sross for thefr lending library elation. fund. The ladles' recently started a library for the benefit ol the memhers, and so far almost 200 volumes have been donated It. Several changes are noted In the business section this week. Arthur French of Dull River has opened the town's second barber shop and-pool room In the old armory lulldlng 6n: Fourth street. S. G. Foreman Is 6p- Tbe teachers' training movement o [he Sunday scLfobls la pfo.vlng'a TB! able asset to. ifcoso Th mceLlng3 arc held wcehlj? In 11 Kolght Jlrs. A. Palm'er, 4DaUuTc.tor' i.ln Engllali ar at trfo Knight Academy, b -pBiJagogyr especially as relating'to Ll religious are belnK Bludled tne. damaad for cara fo phlpplng itock at the present lime, i tlio tnoral Is ihlp ear.y befora a cold-map and movemont of coal IjGglna, That Vaah., ahooting af- fray was Just a mild irnitiatfon of and Trotity doing a regular day's work. Yet Eoms people would like to, FOB lhat sort of thing IranspLiniod to Cannda. The fijggeallon" that ihcy go (o Mexico and try Jt out (here Is good; It )s doubtful whether Ihe of Great Bn'Laln would hare obtained Iho Toto slapping policemen and breaking windows, Tho war. gavo thorn the opporlunlly for a'loplrng [lie bctler way. In the first thoy crcalcd T Qf fPfifrPQ Warm, cosy and comfortable to, step into in- stead of landing on a cold floor in your bare feet We have them In all Lhe popular colors and 'styles as well an nil E.Z93 (mm a chlUVn to a man's 12. IW. .tacgar's pure wool footgear our them orer early; You 'will purely JEUIOS Plckcll, V.S., ol Wellborn died on Monday, yeais. Ha formerly practiced al Dray ton, Ont. The Petrol Oil ffc Gae company, Toronto, shot No. 1 well on Lho farm of G. Bagnall, Uorcr township. The Imperial Gravea commts- OD Is prorJilIns'for pBruiaccnt mem- orials on the grave a In all theatres of war. Manuel Araidea, accused at Los Angeles ol picking the right hand pocket of D. F. Jllchards demanded the coat produced. It had no right hand pocket. He is free. Miss Peleraen, 13, who rosed Walter wife lo help him crsde Your Child Needs a Mason Risch Cheap pianos aro bad to leani same us dull tools are Lo a workman. Practicing on" n Maeon JUscli will not Injure It. bul will develop Its beautiful tone more. Because wo eell at "factory lo home" prices ami on easy terms, etory home cao afforrt a MaEon Rlsch. Ask lor stylo booklet. MASON R1SCH Balmoral BCech Th. Horn, ol thl Vlolrel.- BUY VICTORY BONDS (DOMINIOJJ Have Your Shoes Fitted Properly with Rubbers Get the exact style and shape made expressly for the particular shoes you want to protect. It means more than comfort T- it means longer wear, bqtJ shoes rubbers. You can get perfect-fitting rubbers in "Jacques "Maple or "Daisy" brands made by Canada's pioneer and premier rubber manufacturing organization. Be sure to ask for one of these Dominion Rubber System Products The best dealers sell Dominion be wilh tne prices, TTIIICU run irom SI. 00 to Ptr Pair 1 SHOES FOR ALL AOES, 1 __________________ _ system riippers, W. J. NELSON Co. Sherlock and from all points of view; In Rntagoiiisni; In the second sympathy. ItaUncea lne position hoa.been And popular sympathy always connU iklareprewnted by (oo ardent oppon' In ra'aklne success of a cause. "'..'.'At- STOP I KICKINGi high prices. We'will a real good suit, made just ihe way you want .it; Prices from to If yon appreciate lowering of boy here. Scotland Woolen Mills Go. ao9 sixth .sCa. ;