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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. not lethbribje Devalb Hltwta DAILY AND WEEKLY Pronrielort and Publiirieri THI LETHBRIDCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 124 Street South, Littibrldgt W. Buchanat Prwldenl and Mantgln: DirK'.or Terra nee operators. This statement doo? imply that our syiupuihk's aro ihe operators: we merely eite.j; as an argumcul of what a wnu[ o[ kuovv- ledge cf a ('Articular tituallou may mean In breeding ill-feelm? between the employer and the pmplovej winch j leads to unreal asi .discontent. Tho jossence of it la thai In spile of pre- ijudices we have to be talr and Ihl? spirit sure- of. our ground. j Tu allude to another -matter I on thi; same, it was laten as' read i that lha operators In the lale strive refused lo agreo to a government Bad Weather Has AITecled Drive Dcnoon Delivers War I.tcture Own Carzfswnltnlji MAGRATH. Nov. Vic- Mintscrl investigation tnlo tic grieraiiccs of-'torx Loan report their TELEPHONES Bualncu OKfce tditorlj] Office........... ;he miners- This WHS ecu iho case, and il was iipde clear ihat il was not a a as 122 'the case. It was something cf a con- trad ictura when the wilnoas at the s Audit if Subscription Rales: Dally, delivered, per week Dilly, delivered, per year DaJJy. by mail, per year Weekly, by inaJl, per year Weekly, bj- mall, per year to U.S. 2. coa! commission urged that there be harmony between (he em- ployers and 'the employed as n solu- I lion ol the unrest. Hut this Jeslrel harmony can never be obtained jlonff as men lake-things for granted Conn their opinic-n from tfso same i without going tloVn "to l.o) sal at ell tho famously. Weatbar conditions a.ivo held up Lhe work to 50mo extent but despite this- and viewing llie fnct that only about ball of the canvassers hure worked we [have won the "Prince Wales" honor jflss getting 75 per cent, ot lhe quota. I Mae rate's quota ia up to dale j rbey have orer 115.000 and are worfc- few days. The two .years previous iMagraih lias away the toy --7eir- to go OTer the top ihla The clo.ea Saturday. LO I On Monday erenlti? Hal In the ibyterliin cpurch. Captain Denoon, o( Dttee of ol ButscrlpUon ap- pear dally on -address label. Accept of papers after eiyiratioa Juic la our 'nuthorjly (o continue the icrlpUoD. ub- _ gave a tine lecture For me present unrut iterc hJ3 ln BKat ffar< N'ot as largo a crowd as was expected was present but those who attended appreciated tho fine talk and gained ONTARIO'S NEW .GOVERNMENT The farmer political movement win fee tried out ia Ontario. Vpoii Jts EUfcesa OT failure depends {he Julure ol the new party. Failure to meet the claims (or better- ffisni of affairs in Iliat prurlnce undobledljr put A damper on the movement, no. onJy In Ontario but' ihrouehoul: the Dominion. Should the' new government live up lo Uio_eiuec- jAttains o( Us over iht land wonJJ cJlfriaiiiei aiid ftrtntr tqvernmebls 'might quickly code, into power In. mosl ot tbe prov- inces. ___- -'The Ontario- gOTornment Is 'juado up ol men -with no experience in provincial affairs. lacking jn knowledge and training In adcllnis- traMon, they are deadly In earnest, and will pul.lnlo their new wort the best be reasons, and .in rauny legiti- mate but Ibe, solution for economic welfare will never be reach- other in an iulmlcal spirit and assume jLhe ner Barrett, the new mln- things to meet their prejudices, Ister of the Presbyterian church oc- cupied the clialr The Irish, have RnqUior grievance. I The. of given under .Mayor Hurdle has encroached ou their on Monday1 and preservcs in demanding Home Kulo. ;day werc ol great value to all who I were present, Very remsrhs P. looks as if, tie farmers through-J wore given by both speakers, Mr. Hull out the Do'tutnlou aro going 10 raise nna Mr. Charts of were not very largely attended, owing to the disagreeable, colJ wea- ther. Mothers with young children j were unable to aUeni iluy wished to. hope the neil series ot meet-1 no iotenlion to lngs wiu be held the Bnmmcr. Mrs. Frank Cook and her daughter Era entertained on Thursday evening at a bundle shower, complimentary lo Miss Revii Bennett a hride-lo-be. A pleasant evening was spent at the home, of Mrs. Ed. Hole man pieces o: were There uas oiUy a gmull amount ot In- (uriove on (life burned and ihls Is a loss to Mr. Analle. OnQ'ot the dances beU ID Car- uianjiy lor ak loos' llms Jvas thi GAV.Y.A. social and dance OQ Tuesday night. NOT. 11. Armistice nijrhl. JJJss id a In tosh won tint prize for highest priced basket auu Mies won second. Miss Parkinson find Miss 1. Hum- mem vere down from Calgary to spend a re TV 'days with ihelr (oiks. Peacock who is going toichool at Udmonton was down lo vUit hli folks (or a Jay or twu, and returuod i Wednesdor ,MlAi Jean Parkinson, relurr.ed tome from orerafcaa where Ehc bas been aK IrAlueU nurse durius the war- Lota of it DCS are oft in tola district on account ol the cold TTCA- thor and DO fted.' It you wao't lo tlod anyone iv5 Juit catl up the curling rink and you will iure tlod them Uiere. 'Mr. Olmquisl receltcd a carload or coal on Monday And dlrided (n frnall Iota around toiro lo the country people were most ID need, ArL Slafford left for IJ.C. last week to work In the woods. Hank Fanning and family rented the Geo. Baldwin house for the winter and they will more In town in a short R. E. flralley aud wife, lett Cannan- ty last week for Fernle, where they will maKo ibelr boLio. Vf, OUrer. of jLeThbrldfic. was up from lhal city on Tuesday to look over his stocX he has on his farm east of town. rOK THE Labor will run candidates In every vrard in Moose Jaw. An l.O.O.F. catup baa been establish- at Penllelon, William Coran has lived ID Rerel- toke lor thlriy-rivo years. The Purdy Bloct nnd the Wertern t anil aba. at Grlawold, Man., vere destroyed by lire. About forty Iron claims will be de- near Kitchener In Eiit KOOL- Port ArlUnr and Fort William wo- ieii recently declared boycott in life at 20c a quan. Arlhur R. Heylaud, well known as In to the sale or aviation materials' as violation' of the armistice, the. Germans have c their that Is The bulk the members ot tba new government, are colleee .bred- meo. men with a close :pnbHc' questions, though .they litt" experience v inlhlsl ration "pinmenta. T-. practice and of eovernmeni Thcfr edncatton' ad- find with the needs of people. tnll .enable'. them their. eir. hew to soKe That (hey will honestly attempt lo provide Ontario Trilb an ideal gorerament la nol open nnrpio i hip showing by- Southern At berla in lhe Victory Loan' carapargn pronounce the facL Lhal selbalbs e only.of ani [Thursday, when .a number ot ladies leave no lasting ill c-ffccls. met. iielr oppoaillon lo lhe U.S. Pro- bihltloDi5ls lhe medical students of London, EnE. show that they are not looking .forward, lo lhe opportunity -ol wrilms LondoD, Eag. medical sludenls placed Mr. Johnson, who oamo to Eng- land from the States on a campaign [or; prohibition, on a wagon, .afler hjshlne ,wiere .ha Vas speak- Cold Weather itnd Lack of Feed Ranch House Bums (From Our Own Corre CAHMANOAY. Xor. The fine big on the Analie ranch, five des In'the.discrepancy fcelvreen the rltal miles east o[ Etatlslica as furnished by the Medical trover! together Tvlth-the" bulk ot its ing. The Curling.Clu Officer ot Health for lhe city and'the contents by a .fire which broke out'130 members this aej Doing As Well As Last Year- Mumps Outbreak in the Schools Manchester. The first "lady mayor" eleclod at 91. Albrlilge, Council- lor Ada Summers, I'ouBervnllTO mayors number UberaU 113. Rich gold copper ore das been dla- 'coveroJ In Ibe Morning Star, a lew miles from N'elsou. The people ol that city c.'ose to (be etlet. The Cascade Sawmills will resume [operiLiuus In April wllU a of '5 lueu and a capacity of fret a day. The U.C. phcaianl staron ha; beta curtailed Ihla year by the Game Con- Eervatioa Hoard, the belnj sel Nor. 16, Inatead of 23. ihoollns by game lioga Is lhe CAUBB. The PenllcloQ Hre department has notified the clly council lhal II more Interest nol taken In the deparlment. by the council, the department Tflll resign In a body on Nov. 29. The local commit Leo looking alter the soldiers' housing proposition lu I'catfctoD haa sent !n Eppiicalloa for 514.000 to be added to their quota, lltero arc moro demands for building Iho Saskalchowan legislature, wns born on a (arm nen Eider. Onl, la He waa educated In the public achoo) and the Ontario Acrlcullural College, Guelpli, whose greiluates aro about to take 'over (he cov'ernlng o' Oiiturlo. lift 'came Lo Saskatchewan IA 1909. houiesleadlDg four mllei or the present rlllaga of Flaxcombe, and Is BOW farralug SOO a "cJvil eoflnce'r tnroughout I3rltl9h ithau Ilie original amount will provide Columbia, dlej at Victoria.' Jtr3. Hamilton, widow of Archbishop, Graham, at ono time n resi- lamlllon died at Ottawa tlcnt of and also a citizen of _ jUegina. died suddenly at Melville, Jas. F, Muoro. killed in Iho airplane Jlo wag a well- known criminal accident at Pembroke, was a former Ia'l'-ver and llio only son of (be lato Liberal candidate for North Renfrew. chief Justice of _ j Nova Scotlfl. Its Is eipccteJ sir Ijomer I T Gouln. premier of Quebec will BOOII "m- ot the Hyrlo resign. Hon. J. E. Carom provincial Vapcr company elso head of lhe Hr- treasurer. Is his likely successor. Company. Hmilcd, mrnnjraclurere __ and importers ot aulonioblLcs, Pennant.. In the Swift Curreul di- 'Ioutld ln hls al Tor- rislou. has a Victory He was rt brother ol James ivlilt-ii probably no other place in .'Hyrie- Toronto Jewel- Canada cau tiqual. With an pllotment lo doubt. That they will meet many obstacles Is certain and that they will- overcome them remains to he We are strongly inclined lo think lhal lhe Government' will nol ho so extreme in ita actions.and In Us legis- as lo Interfere- with lie vfol- fare of all the Interests ol the prov- ince. Mr. Drury, new premier, Is credited with boi.ig a' level-headed man, of ilrong and he may .the critics of the new regime by proTHInj a govermmeBt-'tha't' rid of .lbo: Imperfections of the 'il replaco thorn, wj'th progressive adnioUlraUon Ibat will be 'helplil to all cljsseJ.- Thoie TOO ijojT Ibe'diw of theGorep- call .them demagogues Uhsy sra hsghly rtpnaentalives of two .clasres ind- they are honestly- leTTing-Oiitarlo to the advantage of arid Prorinclal.Department of Health, Cal- gary is much aroused. The clly to the north o[ us objects to anything which, may .hint at. IU bctag a more deaths being placed to ila credit by the ProTlncIal Health De- partment, than H means to stand for. Monday morning. The members of lhe family were in lhe the lime and the fire ira? well ondtr way when It "was 'discovered. The fire, started, between the siudding and il was bard to' gel at, and by t.ie lime Mr. Anslle had u hole cut In Ibe roof It had got such a hearlwaj that H w.ia Impossible to do anything. Only !a (From Our Own CorreSDonaeni) B. C., Xov. skating rink was opened on Wednes- day afternoon. This is the earliest data for the opening ol Ihe. akstir.s season In the hlslorr of Fernle. U loofcs as though, holders of -reason lickcta would get money's worth this winter: An epidemic o( mumps has broken out In the 'city randi( over one hundred children are out of school on this-ac- count. The disease 13 a very mild type. Three of the rooms are closed entirely on account of the illness of the teachers; A splendid sheet of Ice IK -being built up aV Ih'e ciirliAg-'Tlnk. nnd lhe first compctUlon ot ihe eeason. President TS. Vlce-Presld'ehl, will take place weather permitting, on Monday oven- The CurllnK.Cluh which has orfir nerabe'rs this''season has amalga- mated the Manitoba Curling As- aoctatlbu and one and poss- ibly two, rinks Uv-lhe Winnipeg bons- piel this winter. Forole haa won the Prioce of Wales flag with four crests. The amount of the loan has now reachsd Of this was subfcrlticd In the City of Ferule. '.When all ouUlde of the lown has subscribed and Is entitled to 33 crests. MaJor-General J. P. n. Seeley, whoso rcslgnaltoii as hend ot Iho mlnstry was announced In Iho British parlia- ment took his seal on lhe opposlllon oench In Lbe -house of commoDa lo- day. Immcnso rlcposlts of high grade [ire making clay have been fouml at the Elbow, Saskatchewan, and under- neath lie inoxanustlblo quantities of Iron pyrites. Sixteen labor mayors -wore elected roughoul England and Wales this eek, including T. G. Hall, of Hull, T. Duncan, of Alderman Fox, of VV. If. Harvoy, of Flascombe, who Hon. w. Mothcrwell as membef for Kinilersley illslrlct In OF.THE. CAUSES 'In referrrngrto wms of the can: fr neir moTenieat.'knoTrn aa the "it la 'difficult from the fad lhat a good