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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Ul tHUHSlUY, NOVEMBER 20, Sbe Blbcrta BAILV AKDrWEEKCY THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD >HIMT1NG COMPANY, LIMITED Mk Street South, Lelhbrldge W. A. Buchanai and -Uanijlns Director Business MiList candidates should be prepared ID stand on merits and1 not to ex- anything ID tbe way of from Ibe gallantry that wllb the male. Ther should rely for success j at the polls m tbe way they put up' their rasa 10 Ibe public- Tbpre should be uo euch icing as ID elections, and DO candidate should this. II Aould Da the best candidate In the public interest, whether It be A or' m-da. Tie should noi In any way le looked oa as a conflict; between iho two seies. I TELEPHONES Office 1 Bureau of deliTDred, per vraok J :15 per year 7.50 bj mail, per year 5.00 by inall, per year L50 -by per year to .U.S. 2.00 DtSxs ol expiry- oT EabecrlpLioii aar on eflilrcss; label. AccrpS irf papers eipiraXlon dale li our Authority- to coa.lnue tub- .rN 9ELF-HELF! .-The'grand total of the Victory Ix tor ;'ihe inoro 'itflu doiiblVthe amount originally specified. Fron a sentimental side there cannot bo feeling of great satlsfftcUoa In Ibe, resell; hnl from the practical i a Thai Lhe Dominion stands to gain as the result Loan, thsra.'is'a call 'or more saUsIidlnn, Byr I he "result ol the Victory Loan thf; pe6plC ot Canada have greatly solre, if not remove, a vei- tag "-financial problem brought about by ihe Crippling oi. the fiueacial re- iwnreei .through, the war. of those countries where we-'have "been In the finding markets for our pro- 'dace. Beyond this the Enccessful re- of tbe Loan l enable ns to ob- tain added markets. The bcarinc of Ihinps has a great H means, in short, that In the' Victory .Loan tbo country has inmted tor 'ita "own 'uUrmtjbn "so "far as erery in coocerped. The next Jew years will see the greatest lateroa- IkhGU rivalry (or the world's trade. .In this- riralry, prodnctioQ wLU great "ciinnt. No needs to ba toU that the first lo .Trodnctjon is the market for db- :ponVof the s urp] us t produce. In the parllcular. slate of Ibe financial mar JJf the world, onr-'inarketg have secared In the opportunity In Lgin gives ns.for the eitab OF PUBLIC BODIES The "meeting of aublic bodies soould be run on scheduled Lime. This'-is of importance to trie irhom theso bodies, represent. In (hat the opportunity is thereby 10 any ,'of the public who so T.o Head such meetings When they are held.. The putting off "Of meetiags of this kind to Limes thai are not the iled times la against-the Inter- ests of the public, Ln that Individuals who desire to do ao are placed In the position ot not being able lo attend meetings In their. becoming what Is fcnown In church circles as moTable feasts. foregoing remarks apply par- ticularly to the meet Lugs ot the Pub- He School Board which this year has 10 record, as the minutes disclose. holding only" eight of the twenty- meetings already held on Uie egular days. This Is not business roceduro in that It tends to the de- ay ot business and also to the ac- amulaUon of tie same. With ibis mind, It Is not to be surprised hat tbe matter was brought np at he last meeting of the School Board, which.' by the way, was pn the lr- ?5uUx day of Monday. The poslponlnj fi meetings in the case we refer lo may be readily under- load in that it may be foand, In the act-that Ihe members ot the Board hare their own businesses to attend 6'to addition to in at of tho public, the specified, 'diys "there 'is lishing of credits ID countries such as Groat Britain for purchasing our 'produce. well (hat we should tear imiadVUul iho country Is it Ihs pre- Beni lime faced with a war debt two billions. The responsibility of re- payment la 'on the country, which It people.. Increawd trade tad In production are mauu the debt without 11 prorlBB a lmrtien.6n the 'people. The fact. .Ue Victory Loan ww hare help- 'fed lojjemoTe the burden from our to a material extent ii not will mean 'Audi to future Council Seeking Sanction of Public Utilities Loan Result New Minister j Ui. tau Murntd to Vulcan and u- I sumfrd hit-bid duties with bank Miss McCJlnjale vi staff of tho Bank of Hamilton, WH light for an op- .Miss Me- for some little time, but yes- terday she had acute attack which an immeJlaie operation. mn Ul II Oil to lin nls I-I Ik 111 II I AN (or appendicitis. I Ull JULUjVl lias sufler II 1 fFmni Our Own VULCAX. Ylctcry Loan closed on Lbe 15th Instant wlih a grand total subscribed of Her m or Urr 104 applications. This amount j received from the Vulcan anJ Champion districts, which were under general superrlslon of the Vulcan District headquarters. Although, (he allotment" was not reached the Com- mittee and executive are. very, well pleased wlih.ilie success of the cam- paign here. They had very adverse circumstances and conditions -lo con- tend with, first on account of the poor crops for the "past (wo years, and [he consequent scarcity of ready mon- ey, also'a storm-that made the.rpada Impassable that n. canvass of the farmers .was .not poss- ible. Tho amount subscribed repre- sented many small applications. show- Ing thai tho people were willing and eager to purchase bonds as' far as their means would allow. Ol course Victory Bonds are a good Investment from every Land point, and 1t.l5.not ft difficult matter tqjpersuade.people to put thoJr surplus money Into some- thing that will yield them good re- turns as well as assisting tbe progress and development of.their country. Mr. Clarence E. Davis who wag bad- ly hurt In an accident north Of Glel- chen over a month ago, and who haa been a patient at the Holy Gross Hos- plLil.fcr some lime, arrlTPd Vulcan ast nlgbL Although he h still suffer- ng from the effects of his Illness, be 13 Improving very rapidly, and will oon be able to lie on the job Mr. Guy Johnson, Secretary ol U. F. A. Political- Organization, and formerly manager of the Vulcan Co-op- erative Company, Is In fob !ew days winding up his affairs here, before assuming Us -new -duties, at Calgary. Mrs. Xalsmith, who.has In the. General at Calf for several weeks." .where, she Tindery went'an' operation for 'appendicitis, .any friend recovery. Mr. Mm. I llr hire returui whero they will ret I da'In future. Mrs. VacQueen and daughter Dgr- othy htvo left'for Vancouver they will spend-the wlnUr monlhj wilt MUs Verlle The La. O. 0. K. SamarltAu held a and well attended In their ballon nLjht he llth. The "Hirmoajr pro- need tbe music, 'tajoy- V ill can now has a General Hoapttal C no mean under Uie dlr- [lon ol Nurse Jean Morton, who kaa ased the MecQueeo on tlantlc Avenue for this purposo- s'urae Morton If. a ot the Rhode Island Hospital, aad U well qualified lo conduct an establish- lent of this klud. N-OV, iB.-As tbe first for freedom charged with and common nuisance-moved In the ass'.MB today o quash the They cltlni hat It should be annulled becauw II not specific; It not connect the accused with the crimes which ere alleted to bavo been committed. The motloA will argua! neit AIoii- day Mr. Justice Melcilffl. difficulty ot-setting a quorum; but thlvtbould not allow ot Uie: The tkoald be to call tbe "fd. It fohnd neceanry, ad- ''tt' V qaopa wai In Che op ID the pre- U feu the cuitoai to fhe meeting ot the SctiiKil Tloiid 'e-1 lo >e called, by Lbe r othw the vettinci do iwt'tR'iii wit 'a Ihe, time ho for atteiidfne the iime. In In Umt hJs xrri'ces are ToIunUir, there may be. me tains of exeue, hnt at" the time we can- not but repeVl that Jt ia not good biul- U is sallrfictoiT -io find. that Lhe maiier to which we are. refeninf Is now reel mewl ud. that, tbe Secretary ot the Publlc'School Board haj been Inatrricted to warren e the' meetings has relbmed'to Idly recovering. Curling 9Urli Tha Vulcan .Carltng Clph :started a jerles of games llth Instant. Only three games were played era .'ac- count of Ihe Chinook coming" np and spoiling tha Ice. This has been a isry keen dliappolntmeni Lo some of'the It la a good thing for Iho Etpck. on the rangei that were suffering from the. lack of feed anc the.bKler cold.." The snow-'hai abon disappeared.from .tho.prairie, and the stockmen a of llsT-'. Breather: with the to the eajt and joqtli TTBI working a hardship on the "cattle i Coun on the ncvlar This is ae It be" In eTery public inatlluLlon. There li Bunetbing rained b7 it, not only Irom a bnilneaa point of Tiew. hut from one In tbe Interest of tbe general reform hua come from Ibtn the Board, and life- makes tbe w arruiKeinent the 'satlsfac- rr- A Waterworks Syitem The Mayor, Mr. Bat chart ldy, of Vaccouverj leadlbE liou doHars. dtlaoae coustel, complained ajaluat L In a local paper today and a QAWR Item lu an evening paper o! resterday tending to prejudice the de- fair I rail. He contended [hat ibe articles were In contempt of court. Justice Mttcalfe aald that wheu casei of newspaper lancuaco calculat- ed to Interfere, with due administra- tion o: Justice were brought to his at- tention, U was the.uEual practice Lo contlder whether It was trur and Ln proper cues to bring matter be- fore the grand Jury. Ha tbought that what he bad said might have the ef- fect without proceeding fur- ther. PICKED UP IASSING FOB MAN Jl. S. Neville, K.C., died at Toronto. li D. Ikiyd. of Retina, has ap- pointed superintendent of the sol- selllement board al Kdmoutoo. Rev. J. A. Robtasoo, M.A., D.D., rector of Clinton, baa been appoint- ed ol El. Philip's, The late C.eo. II. K.C., Tor- onto left flu tstale ol over a halt mil- at a mMtlar of public school board, the larMil o( (0 odd awl cKoaw Catholic puplli alUadlac la'fc ruMk Kkul> al tbo cHr will lUtjl to svbool ircommcKjalfon lor thtlr cull- dren. Tbls action IB belnf canildercd owtaf to Ibe scute ellualloa In lie public sctocb ot Tte Great War Veterans' aswdaUon lutnds to request ai ImfitLpllon Into Iho made la tae booM of corauiooa the- Dominion canurt that food allef ed lo bo unfit (o.- huau con- siuuptlon was canned aad ihlpftd to the soldiers In I'rauce. caarftl made pjr D. D. XcKeaito. l c! tbe opposition wfto aaked for an Much Stock Taken North and No tones Reported in That District (From' Onr Owa. BOWVII.LE, NOT. are Ten- glad that the rather.- severe, itorm orer and especially that- It left a Ipl of motstnre In the ground. We GKT heard of no lots of Etock around hen i all tbe faraera railed mor6 or less and all the surplus stock haie >een sent away. Mr. Will Ollrer baa wen trying to get about three hundred head to at his ranch up north of CaJgary. Mr. Loola WUflon was lo get about one hundred and fifty head to winder up norUL PraTc- Ucally all the >tock baa been, taken off .he .range alone Bow, which leares Terr good .pasture for'UM few that are left Whitney aid -'old 'itne raacherj oc He Little Bow, nare' takan. their itork up td 'Deer. On NOT. Hth the TJitted Fanneni called r ir-trHU; jiitrtlni to-make ar- tnirlng of oats and hay dnrcur-the as so few were' ewfiig bad TOch business recnlar meeting which wlU'.be 'oa. Dtt. 6th. dramatic.' aoe'lety, has' form- ed la conn-ctltm wtlh the United Far men, 'and they tahiraent-eTery, twtf> Our Uwn FOREMOST, Alia., NOT. Dr. Henders, while staying al the home of her brother-in-law, Mr. Stln son, met wllh e. painful accident, fall- Ing down cellar and hurting her back Her back still rather painful. though she ReemB to be making pro- to recorerr. Dr. Renders and family are moving >day Lo CantalrG, where he Intends practice medicine. Their depart- re. from Foreraosf Is.sincerely regret- fl br Tery many, who extend to them best wisher for prosperity and happl- ess In' their fotore life. Charlie Jim has left for a Tlslt to China.' Cars are to 'raTel again alter about three weeks' resL Snow about all gone, though there IB still uch mud. Ijl hr'r'l 'art "j enter- Kilka.'.yA drama il. mi the rfWntil In the sonuttme dmrlaf De- EKMAN DELESATES WONT GO TO LABOR CONFERENCE GOTHENBUfiQ, NOT. maa- delegation to Lhe Washington abor conference has aban-ldned Us rip on Ibe ere of sailing and will re urn tg Germany.1 U IB announced the overnment considers the journey seless In Tiew of tbe Impending close f conference. cllman .Buck and Hood, left.last night with i Tery; .lairely Tor Edmonton signed' peCUIon lo' lay "before the Bo.wrllle cember. Qottchalk, Macleod and Ros sel ,and acTeral otner'of the farmera wbo hare, been' doing eonlradt work ''WOMEN ,ON ivTHE BOARD "A ef'tlae'comiDC electron for _ "tts Public. School Board -If the This -Ufr ra utona- the worn in of the city'in yaUto gotaf M far- M to Ind etidMrbr lo partiolpato Ttorfi Ii no; more .Held tor hi. their energies 'to that of the MlicatloV of 'the :-.ftmt. It-Is Mir-logical- that tb'om 'VlM aaT6'ap much in the brinj h( of (be young ihouli alloV aay'.hi'the education of'thi tamit. iiora thaa Ihla 'there la lh Mueailoii oi .par; (a tbl .ithe coon .for -To a troU View of'the aellr women' In'ptiDlIc a fain, ii follows, aa'.l'nc logical If Totej (or, women mean an; The rollng shoul .not bt regarded a'j merely a mechftn ;ca1 by women, in the same the cookbig or seeing Ift a mea In the at women who do the. coo ' Interest In and a study of th produces far better cooking tultt, frpo view at le -rUailUte cooking for cooking's sak la titiame way nili womeD on pn -lie (hue will the aatlslacll of mealj being ftgiiratlTe JookM dose aludr of IIMII tils position sires: of grantlos women t. DM 111 argnraenl In Iti i fcrtlnji the fncentlre lo slan for office and 10 glriig a ut 10 H enhances Iho 'i jortance of female aaffrage In lh of tboM to whoa It hi> bee It (omeUiIng more Rain In climate NoTemter. For samplea i Alberta Is hard ChMtDut: becoming scarce tie States. '-Tlrls wlH not-howerer fret' On crop of which ra freqnentlr- As 'l remit o( the -Lodge zi, Ha on the that the Peace lodged In PrenMenl WllKttfi dfrsk. i i If FreildwiL.TVllaoTi does nol pocket w FMce Treaty a.5.ha haa threaten- ed to wlllhtYe to pocket hla rido. noard of Public Ulllllles In connection with the installation of a water works system la Vulcan. This li estimated to cost some and will be principally for flre protection. The Her. Mr. Hayj QAB cliosn by a largely signed cull of the mem- berg of the Presbyterian, cbnrch.. Mr. Hayes preached twice here on Sunday the 9lh, nnd hla earneit and sMrrfng appeaJ at both Ecrrlcfes thoroughly and unsnlmously decided Ihqi members of the church as to his qualifications aa a minister. Although he_la apparently a. very young man, he direct way of BpeaSilng, and a personality that appeals to tho htarta iuid 'common sense of his hearfera. Masquerade Ball The masquerade -ball, held by the band boys on the 30lh of October was a great success both socially and flu' anclally. The Oddfellow's and gorgeously decoraled ID a nullable way for lha occailori, and CTcrythlog went off wUh'otrt' t' hitch There was a -tremendous crowd) which made the boys smile when they count ed the net proceeds.. Good luck Lo the band, Mr. 3. A. Bowes, who has been act Ing manager of the Bank of Hamilton here for the past'three months, has relnrnerl lo hl3 home at Kenton, Manl tobap where he (s rrfanifer of Ihe 'a m I lion branch. Mr. and Mrs owes made many friends In tiring their abort stay here. Mr, A, M. Trail, who been dlrecl ng thr- affairs of the Hank of llarnll at Calgary for the past few raon oa the C. N. R. t week-. retimed lait Mr. Gilbert Welih who Joined with the 113lh HInhLinden, lamed lo last Tuesday, har ne TEl.toi friends In thlt oommonltr or three weeka. A baby girl arrlrad at the o Ler. and Mrs. M. B, Anderaon week. Mn. Maude Burns eipeets to ship car of cattle to Calgary next week Mr. and White bare morei i Calgary for the winter. Mr. Galver has been ablfl to resume ils meat route which bad roads force him to discontinue for ft. time. Ou worthy mall carrier Is also able 1 cover bis complete route. Mrs. Wyman hag returned home a! !er ha ring spent two weeka with he mother In Idaho. Several of the farmers are rorklcg on their land. thonjh tbe "end" 3 coDlalned In the'.word, shoold not necessarily mean "the end of commla- iton form'of goTernment in tho city. There Is a call for the ladles to go in lor curling. This Is a call for which there hardly'.appears a need. Don't moat ladlea curl? The feeling of prida-Is (he upper most feeling In Southern Alberta to- day as a result o! Iho Victory Loan In other pride is on Ibe cresL In the-great demand for cats In Belgium a new opening Is plfered lo thoso of an enterprising turn of mint (o make UEC of thfc opporlunlly. Ihe gas1'.is .Ihe present aTogai Id Calg-ary, Thfa Is not Intended 1< taken figuratively, but IJlerally, I: Lhe ahorlage of the commercial com rnodlly there. IL may be true (hat uneasy lira I! head lhal wears a crown, Lut no or will eovy Ihe position of PresJden Ihe1 way la placed fn TP the gird (o (he Peace Treaty. John -Maniliton, a Kootcnay old Umer, who worked on the contraction of tha Crow's Nek railroad, died al David Patterson, formerly deputy reeve of Bcterley." died at nxcd 90. U i3 rpportH many are crossing Into Canada from the United Slates. Rev. H. W. Wright, paster of Smith's Falls Baptist Church, JJrock- vllle, has retlgiied. Rer. A. C. Calder, .Wallacobiirff. has resigned to accept tbe rectorship of Holy Trinity pariah, London. Ottawa Public school teachers aro asking for a bonus until the cart I of living becomei normal. Kllu Kerteaon wu fatally and VPS. j MacDoagalL seriously hurt when an elevator bolt In the Quebec Oat Co.'s factory at Peterboro: broke. George Shaunoa, aged nineteen, was Found dtad in Ihe straw In his uncle'a in Augusta, township, with a Broken rope around hLc neck'. He had melancholy. Her.. J. A. Doyle been appointed superintendent of-Methodist missions Manitoba. Her. Chas. Endlcolt, ot SaeXatoon, has been appointed super- intendent (or, Saskatchewan, The offlclil count of roles In the As- Elulbola federal elecllon by the return- ing officer Ii as follows: 0. R. Gould, W. R. Motheiwell, 5.48S; ma Jorily [or new National Policy candi- date, Tbe eiecvLlve of the Honorably Re- jected Volunteers of Canada, at pre- sent operating in- British Colnmhla, Is endeaYOrinp to get In touch with bona fide men in the larger o! the other provinces, of the Dominion with a view lo establishing branches In Lheae- cities and prormces. If action is taken, sijch as was sug- Tbe new government of Newfound- land has teen formed with, Rkhard Squire us premier u4 cokwlal secre- tary, M. Coaler, of the flaaermn'a party, minister of ana flaui- eries, Wm. Warren, mluliUr cf tlce; Kenrj- Brqvnlaf, wlaltltr of fla- aaee; llalfyart, Arthur Barnes, George Shta, AleianJer Camp- hell, and Samuel Foote, mlqltien with- out portfolio. New holders of port- folio oulilde tlie' cabinet are Wm. nlngs, public works, and William Cavo, Bblpplnc. A SUNDAY CONCERT Just run through hie new 612-pase Record catalog Bend you FREE and you'll timl pnctlcatlr every worth-i'hlle Hymn and Sacred aeleetlon IXed. Make up YOUR OWN PROGRAMME (or Ihic irnk and bur jour Victor recorda Crool'W. .We Mil Vlctrolai at uu varda pn HMM STILL WORKING' ON CT.R- AGREEMEN OTTAWA, NOT. drattin of Ihe agreement between tbe ment anfl Grand Trunk Railway, wblc lo be lubmltled by Sir Alfre 3m.then to tbe shareholders of lh lwfty. Is not yet completed. Us compIelloB It Is expected Lbat ROT- ernment counsel, which hare not yell been flppolnled, will start preparing, Lbe cane for the eiovernmenl, a sonie- what lenitby proccis, is It In TO lire a an eudlt of Ibe compuny'i booka and a rain a I Ion of Lhe whole Byatcnn. No appointment hare yet txen made ellber to the boird of arhUrallon .or Ibe board of management. MEN'S SHOES Made on up lo the minute lasts in leathers that are of a quality to give you good wear value and have a businesslike appearance, When properl? filled thctc [ealurea combined irllli comfort caee IQ giro you Iho mtilmnin of serrlce for. price czpcndcd, nave the chocs and hnow how to fit them. ASK TO BE FITTED FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON Co. Sherlock Buildinf The thick feather weight pure wool fabrics of these coats, mean warmth and comfort to the user, as well as prolonged service. Ample, full, lines so draped that they give a graceful and a stylish appearance. Excellent tailoring and linings. Perfect inside cons- truction as well as outside. The Weathergarb and many other styles in winter ulsters and over- coats are now on sale at any of the 300 Shops selling Fashion-Craft LOUISKEEL LETHBRIDGE STOP I A BOLT1' high prices. We will sell you a real good suit, made just the way you want it. Pricesi from to If f m kwerbf prieti, Mf Scotland Woolen CO. ;