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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, KOVKMBEU 19, 10IP ttbe Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY tnd THC LETKBRIOQE HERAL0 >.MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Strvtt South, UthbrfdBi A. luchanac i.ed Mauajfrf Director Business Manager Toronto to their eair.est eonsUera- tloo: j "There is no real "hsnl1 coal In' Canada, uj our 'steam' coal. dots net buru as as itm fur-j nlshed by the Pennsylvania coal i fields Is evidenced by ihe' Ucl lhat Canadian railways iriDsport coal from, the eisi lo pro- vide the s'.wm for its entices lo Cansda. socnu lilte '.'jrrrlnp 'coal to XetvcaitlV but ihe nil ways seeic 10 ihinh :bat Iho belter, 'steialng' Qualities ol ihe RICKED UP IN .SSING TKK BUBV MA emu, advocates a farnirr-labor sol- party b JVleral affairs. Her. A. H. McGllllvrary, pastor ol Calgary's milk price ivlll be 15c a quart, eilectite Nov. 20, Aid. M. Esdale and Joseph Clarke. Pennsylvania coal ihe lone Pavmnnrt are ihe mayoralty haul desinbiB. AH win ba soeu by Proposition Before jcandidales ln an accompanying table shon ius ihe I coal resources ot Canada. Nova TELEPHONES 11. A.bsrta and British Columbia (lie areas of coal tends, we dismiss for Lha proem the Audit turnu it Circulation! Subscription Rjln! dellrcredi per .....I .16 Billy. delivered, ft: ypsr T.W br null. rcir S.OB Weekly-, or rjsJL per year 1.55 .Vcchlr, by mall, per year to U.S. 3-QO IfeUs of expiry of subicripiion ac- ptir dally on adilreas label. of papers after eipUaiioa dale b our authority lo conunuo sub- areas ol Lte Ur notii. Those a rets ere all fcroduelug now, Town Council From The Ellison Co. -Vew Brunswick farmers n'111 con- test all scats, except city seats, provincial elections, I. Presbyterian church. Haul- Iton, died suditentj. Rev. B, A. Hayes, of Tonsue Creek, ecejved ILe unanimous call of Ihe Vulcan 'Presbyterian church. Premier Drury intimates that pro- portional representation will be Inlra- .uced In -Ontario. Hugh Ualcoiuson, oue too zers ol the Dowiniou Cauoers, died at Chatham. Sir James Thomas, nill- ionalro coil-rnlueownc-r auj iVi-orr Own RAYMOND. Nov. 'xegouilloas Tne attorney-general of On. ihe lou-a InUuialos thai patronage Kill be hroplEt, Is. hospital as "Western Canada coal his not Hie anj'George W. Greea, matt- j abolished In that province. -f ot the Fennsyl-1 vinla coal: that Is wieu USB! ill our t, prarecl (urnices. There Is lull? doco last It the aachinery for burning coa ImproTeJ Western Canada coal n-ouM prOTS as satisJactory QS any above published to a "Boost Builnesa" number of the. Post. Had tie Financial Post betn aware ol tiie Tacts 11 would have known ttat tie reiallvs Taluks o[ Pennsyl- VETERANS AND -THE G.T.R. PURCHASE r Supposing the Canadian vonlR coil and -Alberta coal Mrorj the I'.S- product very llttls. It would hava knoTfn Ibat as railway coal liie Alberta projuct ranks alongside t-o I coal vblcb ii used for [railway purposes. And It would have GoveTn-! vanta coal Is used so expensively In menl has to pay f 'or the Manitoba ts Ibat il is mori! convenient ,QranirTrunk am} suppaslng, as n. D.I lor the railways 10 haul It from ihe -llcKe'ntfe seems IP that of Ibe lakes to Manitoba than -.stead'.the money were siren in cash to haul Alberta coal Hauling rra turtle's'' to the returned soldier.5.! enipir cars doe; not earn ihe railways Each soldier would receive less than I any money. >3CD. 'Would thai the soldiers) ll Is not Ihc Inferiority of Alberta .i'ho .are. demanding each Uut! coel-which restricts Its market, H is supposing Tor 30 years only -j per the i'act lhat Pennsylvania coal Is so interest were lo be paid, as in the situated wllh reference to the lake case'of the G. T.' n. purchase. rail banl as to mate It available .'receive less Ihan readily than the Alberla pro- per ,-Hnnum or ;'oO cenls per week, j duel. The Financial Times, if H had :Woitld-thai ihe following the controversy over 1 Widening Alberta's coal markets would nave known Oils and would not j h'aTR contributed tbe above libel on lone ol Canada's sreat Industries ot west. David Langhran, editor of the Vet- the Flsi.iij ot a contract v.-Uh iho Ellison ueoj.le to assume con- trol of operation ct tho tuunlcipil or work 5 lighting system, pump ivlilcb Is oow done-by Ihc sown with to be driven by elec- trical enfrrey. Mr. Grceu claims lhal proposition will snve the town considerable money, provide i better se-Tlce and a conilDuou.3 electrlc-ser- day and Thc mailer has been under discus- s-lou lentailvelr fcr somo months but recently has It taken definlts form. The needs tho new provin- cial School of Agriculture will neces- sitate a continuous electric service, this fact urging the proposition- of Mr. Green onto iae council. Mayor L. L. Pack called n special meeting cC '.he iovrn council vaeu Mr. Green's offer was read ana considered ut some length. Mr. Green's proposition, i.rietly slated Is this; the town to install, _ iralor at well and 10 supply right of stubble plowing will be able to be pro- way and moTC pole line from the olil J reeded wllh. Of course we have lots company line lo flirecl line i of mud but Coaldale mud Is worth from Ellison mill lo tho spring (Ihe per Eource ot lowa .to provide Mrs. D. J. Schoeflcld. who has been all equipment and install pump at In tho hospital for a few days is bach spring; terms, a five year contract, home again end making good proRress eitber parlr right lo cancel toward recoven'- ihe contract by giving one year's! An unfortunate accident occurred slice In writing and forfiellng 55CO. 1 last week. Ralph Hart was rldlap Tho charees for cumpme stipulated; horseback to school when he over "i------- ftnfi pulled Just as Ihcj blrla of a Eon. H. S. TYaruork, of Winnipeg, at one line connected with Iho Home Hank it Kernle, who tor tho paM few years ins beeu an inspector on tbo Koma Coaldale Youngsters, Riding lo School Run info by One in Hospital (From Our Oivn COALDALR, chloook has transformed everything. Tho baling ouLQts are work a53In, the breaking outAta'aro once more turn- Ing over the sod. In a day or two Jouinal CANADA HAS FAITH IN ITSELF f; Canada Las confidence in iuelf, I: Slakes another six hundred or more! "mllliojis .on Its future. That 13 what (he Victory Loan EcaieTeoaeDt means. 11 is the. beat-remedy for. Ihe blues that-the" connfry could put forward. know lhat Canada Is ;.rici icouih Itself and that fli people looi upon Ihe security as the Canadian people baie the money, it fs the daty of the Governmeol to sptod the lo tie best Advantage and with" .fa paramount consideration of econo- Canadians wIJJ lend Canada as long as they are satisfied Canada is benefitUng- Dal Ibe stfmij- thlnff aboiil'lhc loan 13 that It ;'weiit> airay orer the lop iodlciling Canadians are solid for Canada cbuck full ot Jallh ia its Future. Foremosi' Is foremost In Ihe crest The drouth didn't affect Foremost's crop ot crests. Foremost gets H crests. Crest- most should be ILs new name. A couple of lean years don't destroy Southern. faith in Itself. Tfle Victory Loan figures tell the Late. So.DIJO lo Cardiff a thaukolfcring for the llauk staff, U leaving Canada for South Africa, where be will Jolu the office of nalloual financial In- stitution. Four years ILLIprisonment and forty lashes, was tho seiiteuce Imposed upon V.'illiatn Shore, when he wns found guilty of an act of gross Indecency In the Calgary police court Capt. B. R. Knignl. Ihe assistant di- rector's representative, department of soldiers' civil -re eslablUhuient at Suu- uystde hospital, left Calgary on Fri- day to it a similar posflloa at too Frank sanatorium. Jlmtiiy who about four years ago was manager of Ibe Bank of llanilllpn Jn Ferule, has opened business In Dclrolt. under the name of Kurr, Lnwry Co., Public -Ac- countants. A proclamation has been Issued In Ireland by tho coinmandur-ln-cblet of 'he forces forbidding (he owning or kecylay of An automubiic or motor- oycle lu Ireland, except by special per- mit. The first cold-feet strike on record Is progressing In Monuioulhsblre. Four hundred miners were about lo enter a train by which they travel to work. They found thai !Le were unheatcd, and accordingly liter returned home. Combination Lasts in Shoes WHAT ARE THEY? Shoes which' are made narrower lhrough (.he Instep and slill narrower In tho heel than through thc tall of tho (out. This it-sures a person who has a narrow heel with broader forepart of root getting a good snug fit all I brought the foot, stop- ping the rolling around of Ihc foot In shoes and ll aleo gives tho toot a much neater appearance and assists io keeplos shoe In shape. bare them for rafn anj ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON Co. Sherlock Building Dance Music Stirring Marches Happy Songs you would like lo bear can bo played Ibc Vic- Irola. Wliy not buy al once and hare (he benefit all Bucniuer un the Tcrandah or Rl the BMch? on Easy Payments Wo can sell you any Record listed In Ihc Vlctroli Catalogue, rind llecords will piny o any machine Ihil HEBE a ateol or fibre, needle. Mart UM n Mr Green's olltr is as follows took Claude Shruinm, 10'cents for first'oi-'100 kllowat. Si Claude up behind htm. ceuls per second or -200 kilowat, (he Citizens Lumber Co- cents for third or 300 fcllowat and "me Irom the south, at a good cents per fourth or 400 Jcilowat.' and the driver by some means minimum Is to J15QQ per year or ?l2a iet the horses go straight (or Ralph s per month of 15 hours pumping at wddle horse. The .horse- jumped aside but the neckyoke struck Ralph above, tbe ankle and broke his.leg, and badly sprained' Claudt's ankle. Ralph was ruShed olf to Ihe Gall Hqs- pllal, where he'la making satisfactory progress and Claude is" at home hpb- bllcg around can. Mr. Joined by. hla and family Foremost. They ill remain here for'the winter. Tbe Home Heslftarant IB being en- larged lo accommodate the Increasing spring and 100 per annum for each additional hour pumping. The town has submitted 10 -Mr. Green a counter-proposal for the pur- poso of negotiating a contract. Whether or not'It wilt be accepted Is not known. AE yet Mr. Green baa not replied. The terras of this counter- proposal are as follows The mailer of right of way will ba taken under closer consideration; Mr. Install 100 horse power motor and pump at the spring and ten horse power motor at veil, using the town pump; _ Greco, to conslnicc pole Ifoe "to the spring; Conlracl to be "drawn "up for 5 years, all rights subject to sis months' nollce wilh ?5GO Terms, fiat rate. I Various conditions are also named .t by the council as follows: 1, Water pressure to-be maintain: s- s- s- clul) Rt Che dance The '4x-Kalser 'arilous to his famous schooner lacat. He eri-! business. On people of the" 'teen under gaalzeV-weekly of the' Tunis BbysJ to or-. oh the plan G. I. T, work.' A good socla? 'time expected. Mrs, Kyo6cn and have reLarn- (o CoEldale alter a prolonged Visit IJritlsh .Columbia, 'with her slater. sailing on- troubled waters- HELP TO THE RETURNED MAN Y Jlynn, Ibo Toronto sralutty tgllator, to curb.his tongue or he will do -Iha returned soldier cause urtoM ,hum.'; He has done them harm :reidr, because his demaEcgic methods lo thousands of Lhe re- men themstlvta. Flynn is en jafltator pure and slmpta and wbat- ..eYtr following he has is obtained by poflple and praising No sane soldier will agrca like the following, '..Klrnn userl in an addrcas at nairsil- Ont., vJH advance tho returned 'cause j the head of Ihe den of i crooks, made his money from the cold plants by.which he piled up Uken from 'the widows and are'becoming scarce la On- tario, one paper saja. Why uot say "Deer are becoming dear" anil thus teep modern" thought. Onions hava btcomc costly. It la not only onions but the prlca of bring tears into coot them, ed at Si pounds minimum at Ihe. town 2. In casc'ot (allure'Lo supply elec- trical uower yon are to assume gallon to pump Lb'y using- equipment, all expenses to be bbrn9t you. (Green.) 3. All equipment, materlBl, eel., owned'by the present, .not to 111 j onions that will now br the eyea ot those who An accurate opinion on a change In our form ot municipal goTernment cannot be obtained by placing caodt- I dates In the field1 representing one Iform of gorernrnfent against another. Many people might rote lor a .candi- date, for personal reasons, who did not agree with hia views, on this ques- tion. Thc only way Lo obtain an opin- ion Is through a referendum. be and- turned ..over. thc town at the eipiraiion tract !a good condition. 4. You ate lo Install and maintain street ligbta, Lhe lown furnishing the globes, An American lady'Jmirnallst. aflcr (From Our O'mi RAYMOND, Nov. has referring lo the Prince of Wales in long1 heen famous as a dancing centra; ,-Jlo Ibe Indians. Bren your own meni-1 tnlrifcle In bra eyes ars rnanr serious TmtdB tor Ihe soldiers at Ihrce "Mines'. we not mind wagering, aro V'lhftlr'cOTt at his wtmllen mlllg." whether. In the clfnelvenesa of the 'Karlher on Jn hjg remarks he term- lady, be Is regarded as a prize poodle or a.human being. SteVart, the Kamiltonv M.P., "that _slbppy as baa 52 -bften been said, 19 usually the refuga ipf a _ It IB well lo recall that Flynn who Diluting for Canada to puL up .Jbnifon dollars In gralultlcs, is an who enllsled In the Cana- JThs "hithcrlo accepted' notion' UiflL the Idlin forces a couple ol months before Unlied Stales cnteted tho war, he Joined up with the American j.'-forces he would have received a j TgraLuily; and not the that camo vill sell you a real good suit, made just the way you want il. Prices from to H you appreciate lowering of biy here. Scotland Woolen Mills Co. ;