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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 170 LKTHBfWXm ftULY MOULD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1013 She Ictbbciboe Ueralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Street South, Lethbridge W. A. Buenanae President aod Managing Director its result luay welt bs said to have f outweighed Not only j to resell eJ bul to hare over- lopj.vd the allo'iiet) quu'.a maijr rhousinds excuses ibo great pride ihe result calla for. While ilie response hag been we should no! overlook the part played In the ArineTfiucul by thosa (or seiilcg tlie machinery In tregress wheratr iho result uag attained. It Is clearly a case whore praSss has been earned and where praise Is justly due. To re-rcr particularly 10 the local Business Manner jcommlllw. the thanks or tho corn- muntty are duo to11 worfc worthily TELEPHOtfES Duilneu Office Office MMnber Audit Bureau of Clrculitloni Subscription Ralei: Dlllr, delivered, per week .16 Dally, delivered, per TCHF 7.50 Dally, ty mall, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mall, per year...... Weekly, by per year to U.S. 3.DO IB auJ -jrorthilv persevpr- ed In, with results tbnt in themselves have their owii reward in the satis- faction that with duty, made more satisfactory In ivbat that duty accomplished, The chalnmii, (he vice- chairman, tie supervisors, and (ha canvassers did yeomen's work; iho dust was not allowed 10 remain under their as what has-teen Jonc es- ,niJ Lho supervisors, tlierc was j splendid .orsinlzing ability shown and Al m GRASS Great Falls Case Arousing Inter- Pleased Chinook GRASS, Nov. Ita.v Campbell IrlaJ which was to take place at Greai last ireefc, his been postponed until the sprias term ot court. This action was caused by the failure of the complain- IDS party to appear whoa tbo caso Campbell has been held In. the Cas- cade County jail since July 5, charged a brutal assault.upon Lillian Gll- city. on July 4. Campbell' had Just lurncj from overseas, ho serv- ed wiih Uacle Sam'5 array far about ._us bringing the total to eoc over for the dlslHoL Ihe subscribers ihetuselvee ue sur- prised at ihe large amount. considered Macleod one of the dis- tricts that was without crops this year, still Ihoy found the money, and, gave U or loaned It. JYIday, November IStb. was a great day. As the weal wind blew, with a bright sunshine, Ihp snow began lo melt. Oil Saturday many farmers came lo 'MacleoJ with sleighs; the snow so fast lhat several an swn laid aside waiting for the next snow. The real chlnoofc continue a and Sunday found the ground without the covering or the beautllul, and the best chlnooX for many was welcomed by everyone. Tbe moisture went Into the ground, providing for the crop ol The ladles of tbe Presbyterian church gave ODD of their dainty, teas, followed by an oiccllent supper, on Saturday evening, with very good fl- two years, and bad here tbe day before to attend a corning" cel- ebration in that city. Dite's of eipiry ol" subscription up- Q spirit ol enthusiasm which Mde and spurred (bent src" .The aame is icriptlcn, evidenced in (he out ot town ccuuniUDl- ,5 j burst for several years and had i ways borne a fair reputation. It is something, for a community .iu ive nion who are willies 10 jive up frl of the Ho mm nancial results. Tho young l Catholic church held a very ful cveniug at home, which added lo their bank account a handsomer amount. My. nnd Mrs. C. G, Bowker mouni the dcdih of their iDfanl sou, only nine days old. OJdtirner Pastes 3Irs. Outran Grler, of Macleod. died on Sunday morning aCter a lingering Illness. She leaves a husband, ona son and ont daughter to mourn her loss. Mrs. Grler came to M act cod In P lA AICKED UP SS1NG IN rOM TUK HUiV MAS Umaon, Ont., Public sciooi leaders ire jolng to lorm a uiilon. Quebec Is to encourage extensive use cf traders on the fnrnis. Tbe home of J. a prom- inent worker on tho referendum com- mitleo ol Port Hope, was eel ou flro out of wort tho past ireck, uo hare been runnlug on account of the ffill of snow. Tha past Jew flays liny and feed hita bsen cornice In larger quantities for (he stock owners. Carpenters are busy on the new Elating rink wllch will bo readr for Ibe next dip. The curlers are ex- peeling to open their rink thla week, but (he call fro.n lie oM-thne cnluook will delay the game lor a lime. THE QUESTION OF SPEECH The IVtontpes strite leaders cla.iur- resided here and at aad Jlred wiih her husband on ttefr time and ed for free press and free speech.'a community land nation: TVLst dp find noiv that a muulciual .'They are Uia learen whlri campaign Is on and whea these radi- cals ore running a llcfeel? Beporls al meetings EOOW that they woo't loler- free spcwh; lie man or Toman Tho .disagrees with tieir views and alleraptj to 10 their statements IB.howled doim. That Is not a .very food sign, and it Is a most ent course. Wien ine Toronto Globe disagrees wlpl the cntuity agitation of Fljnn, Editor was challenged to appear tic aoldlere. Ha was courage- ou enough to do 10, hut when he got platform he TIS not allowed to' speak; be also was howled down. 'Free sptwh, Is alright, to some limited'to them. Other people are aat supposed to'enjoy it community in the eyes of those wiih- Q 'and those without. Thpv are ibe volunteers who press into the breacli, nd it is ihis line volunlsry rbich magnifies not only a nation but f community. The cioke cherry wine case .lie appearance of becoming a mauur 'or. international Jurists to consider. WfHY'NOT TAKE A, REFERENDUM J VJ 7y has been In the American easterns here for the past 17 Tears. Miss Anna linger received.! tele- gram from her relatives al Mountain Lake. Minnesota, that her father wai seriously 111. She left Monday for that place. Miss Anna Bublman who hag .been employed on the local paper here for the past sli months, dgpartod for her home In Charles City, Iowa on Mon- day. Odls GIsh, who was a Sweet Gnu business man at one time, writes to a friend here that he Is again In Tteoma, having Just arrived from [f VOrk. Ke expects to.depart at any e for Honolulu. Mr. GIsh has been with tha U. S. Marine far the t years. A regular chlnook has been blowing nere for the last two'days. Consider- able snow has been removed by It, and the country is maaa of mud anc water. A large number of catLle and horses perished In the-recenl storms has been going on Ele'ady on the new Farmers anil Merchants bank here for the past week. Completed Ihe building will coil about Among the subscriptions io the VIc- loir 1-oan, the onff of made by the non-comnissloned officers and inen of the n.NLW.3H.P. deserres more [ban a. passing notice. It speaks well not only, for Ihe spirit but the thrJfl of these men In subgcrihing this ani- ouot. U Is one more credit Lu morale or thla historic force. THE FINISH OF. THE YJCTORY LOAIV CAMPAIGN "'Any Irulb lhat may be conveyed In Ihs expression ot comparisons being cjdlout becomes a coctradlcLEon reaiilt of the Victory Loan cam- in the clly and dUlrlcl Is com-1 lo that of last year It l.i true (hat the total sum subscribed Ililj filled lo reach Ibnt of tha Loan prcrlous, but a comparison of the wllh conditions as they If the spirit the miners of the UnlLed Is Indicated In their action not to npptal against tbe In- Juncllon of the courts vrhlch result- ed in the calling of( of the strike, ID that Ihcy have accepted the assur- ance ol the Government thai the acLlon not an attack agalnsl thu rlghl of the miners to atrifce bill to prevent violation of the law, It spealta well.for a reasonable (rams of mind. PEOPLE BY FELT SLIPPERS Warm, cosy and comfortable to step stead of landing on a cold floor in your bare feet. We have them In all Lho popular colors and styles aa veil as all sizes from a child's 3 lo a man's 12. Dr. Jaegar'a pure ivoal footwear our specialty. Ixioh them over early. You will surely be satisfied with the prices, which run from to Per Pair SHOES FOR ALL AGES, W. J. NELSON Co. Sherlock Building SUNDAY MUSIC Sweet Hymnl Tiices sound aweeter when pUyed on mcl- lew tonefl MASON RISCH If you cannot Player Piano. It makei music- fans of us Easy lerins on any stic or iQiit you choose. Catalogue frw, Bilmiral (lock Honil of til. Vl gives much room for Ealisfac- 4. J3on fthti for congratulation. of the prtEent Victory rtmpalgn betokens the fact, In Itself counts for a very grcal thkt Ihe people of Southern