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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR NOVEMBER. 22, 11119 Iberalb 'aibcrca DAILY AND WEEKLY tnt Publliheri T.Ht LCTHBR1DGE HERALO MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED lit Ctk Street Soulh, W. v'BhjfePM Pietlafet tuil MiMSinj Director fca' TcrrAncc Business TELEPHONES OHict Ol'icc A liiituber o! vaimot as- raro the eiistenee of a savernmeut, but B collection Individuals, agroo- to ibo policy of the EGYPrnrueni, ran'fccejr U ID ottict. aud'ihai lion'flf individuals becomes n yarcj'. Mr. Drurj maj" carry througa an cri- me Parliament ot four or fire tioce. He wilt ifcm go to count n. Lot as Mr. Drury, JndtvJduillv- Jjnt as Drury, leader of a 'so'reniBieji: :iud a party. -Tha vitl.be oppos- ed bttfr parties, and if Ji3 record appeal? 10 the majority ii wiHJcouiP bach 10 power iu a The farmers are uot gelt'jiK rid o( tbo parly ihej are eimply turm- t TC a sew 12521 Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subicriptlon Rales: IWly. delivered, per ujek .___1 .15 Orifi delivered, rrer year .....7.50 by mail, per year 6.CO Weekly, by rasJI, per year...... J.S3 .Weekly, by mail, ucr year to U.S. J.OO Mrs. Alston, of Masritb. has shown Lerself a 'rrooderful Scoutmailer, or should It bo a. ScocUnlstress? Whila the Sovereign is at tha height of popularity- in Brifelu. the MjTerelrjn is. coins dovn in value In .lie raio of ihe pound sterling. Dales ol oiptrr uf subscription dclly on address label. Accep'.- of papers after 'expiration Oslo fa our1 authority to couUnue the sub- ecription. IRRIGATION AGITATJON The irrigation gospel, so freely and pnarbod nl LwJibr'Idge and tiereabouls 'n recent years is appeal- ing. lo -good- sense of tbe fcrmers ol other seclions. ol Alberta. Leth- e .started tba.. movement and H to Mnleres; In .the develpp- lu'sreat reEpurces if Irrigpt- ha'. scattered all over thF.spylh- colinlfj-r feed scarclly Is.lbe. concern, .of 'farmer? this no! a-cpncern any Torjhe. Irrigaled lands would WslJ'ilit. hay I-ii "feed the stock In drouth yeart. is.. the best-insuiiince for UJB..devElonment of Southern Alberla, nd. the safeguarding of the lavest- minls nlrendy made In Us lands. 11 Js, a ..govern meal's (business to gel settlers, but il_is" o'elVer business fo retiin'the-EettTers we1 already have, ana will do II.1.'. No -.Vronder lle-ffrfgalion ino're- xnent is spreading. the price of eggs in New York we coma lo beJJera in ihe old story ol the hen tha'. laid tbe golden s, The prico of esTSS, nolu'llh. ndtnE, may be said to be eegslrava. gant. CariisJe. the train biadjl, Iri sending a telesrain Ihiriklng the Pacific' Itallroid for money be secured from passengeis on the train; he held up, showj himself'to be K ;polit'e burglar and.tha.1 -th'e.breed of Dfctt Turpin.u notidtad. ieirn'or starra" is tlie latest of- tho Russian Bolehevlsts. All Il- literate persons must learu to read and.wrile wilhifl'. sii months, .oiter- wiea Inej-.iriU'ba deprired of Ibelr KOTE ind' placed in a food category.-' iTbls1 Is E new applica- tion of compulsory education. Northern -Onlario-talks ot secession from.Use. portion of the pro- vince, and the appointment of 11. Millf -Department lo have added.fuel to Ihe firef; of discontent. .Premier ara scofl inrslarUng'. However.Jhe lias til showing himself the man he Is repuled lo overcoming them. MOXTKKAL, N'QY. J- Indies advocating federation ot the West Indlej. Newfoundland flnfl Can- ada and this work sUrucced iutsrest "Tho Imrortanca of-the trade op yald Mr. Crowe, 'Is not fully 2 py restated in Canada. To ap- proximately gratp Us worth H should boms in mind Hiat we Canadians at presea; are Importing JlOS.QpO.QD.O Tvorih of tropical producls yearly, iho major 'portion of theru being brought from tie United St tales, which Isylllug against arc up tho exchange against mporthiE dlred from the West ladies )nlv about worth annually. Political aiid commercial union bC' IWCCD the Hrhlsh West Indies aud nermsncuUy Bringing free InicrchanRe ol products betweeu these caurHries, ivould not only give. Qrm.- ada a convenient market for her sun plus production hist also help lo more evenly balance our trails, Tj'ith .tlia United Slates. 1LAPKELY EL Nor tVlipe -Angela, "chlet lieutenant of FTancisco and[ famous-artillery expert, captured last "Wednesday by Mexteac federal forces under Ge'u. Oli'fo, near Vrfjto faced trail b; court-martial' today-' in Chihuahua City, Mexico: Tho trial U cons'.dered Uy Mexican authorities as the most important held lu this', country during a der-ade cjt and banditry. Conjecture was rife BE to the effect pt the trail. authorities here lielieved hta eieculloa "ould be dlsns; Trous to the CoirraniD. soTernment. IQ Jhat n Dem- roTolutloii movement might follow. Villa- here today were outspoken In tlio opinion lhai the bandit leader wouJJ some demount rat lor, over tbe capture of Angtlee. litnng dletrlct voled for a rural municipal WASHlXCTOiV, S'or. dian Press Staff Correspondent.) ot Brjilish Empire dele gates with Lord Grey on Monday and ilie subsequent visit which the 'dele- gates propose' lo make to Canada hre Ibo culruiuatloB ol series ot fraternal gaiheriDga In progress since tho open ing ot the international labor coufer ence. Between 1he d elf gales from different parts ol Iho Empire thero PAHIS, NOT. Longuet, have been the moat-cordial relations leader or Ujo' aitreirio'' Trlng o[ theju HJB labor conference achhjves no Socialist denied today that hisi0iher purpose it will have served as organisation 'was planning drastic an eicsllent raUylag ground for dis sleps as" a of the recent French elections.'. Socialist parly does not Inlend STOCKMEN AND tTHE MANGE The cattlemen seem lo have a. yery jusi about the manse lalions in Alberta. Large, areas are siacjpetl as manse and.all tbs caltle, shipped put of that area, matter whether _" iHty _havc heen In contact vrhh mange o'r nol, .pul io start a toe "Tho ,by vhtch our" opponents tried .to stampede vot- ers. As n result of the riijw system followed in the elections, "Uiey .rob- bed us of s great many In the cnainber. bul did not stampede tbe voters.' We 'polled 00.050 '-Totes, -an increase of over the number cast In 19U." A ueir moniler has betn discovered ia Congo. U IB said .to have charged a Tillage scattering natives tearing dOTrn buL5. A railway ,'t into nuarautlne In" (he Chicago' ma- -1.. tel nnd wlien sold suffer a dcprecla_- lloa of one and two cents a pound. It is true that there la mange in Al- Lcrta but It IE Ihe manga area. not as extensive as The, cases are iac- i lated anj the lloctmen malnlala tlie 't goreramenl has not pul forth the same diligent as the United Sfzles to get rid of lha disease, aid slock has aulfered as a con- "Csn anyons a clly con-, iemnsd as; and danger- j rfns place "to live' In bccauso 3 or 41 v.' cases of scarlet lever are fepown lo and hold II condemned [or 15 -and at tlia end of that tinie that 'cbnditioas are worse (here v thin ever before iriown. That is jnst his happennd In this pjinVe the crying foudest- of .the awful conditions arc our own joreramenl who hare the. people's money (or 18 1 to clean U dp" Ij- lie way a n puls lha and ac-1 demBDda allailloii and-acllon frttrq the Dominion governmenL .11 Mom to us Ihit Ihe nianie arfea ll far too tilenslve; thai (he mant'e Haiti ihould and tie .closer the Infected are confined, the belter the PMaLbUltj ol eradicallnK the disease. Aj II Is present, and most rancners AlberU slock Is unjustly penal: lifed on tbe tnarXets on account 'of the exlenslve nature of the and Ihe failure lo eradlcnlc trouble altogether, aa Ihey conlend dane In Ihe ITnlttd Hlates couple of years. The slockmen should put Ihe matter before Hon. Dr. Tpltnfc. wuo la a clocliigan himself nrirl. ji-jll give their repressnfaiions Iho vtry.: best of con- slderatlon. QAN'T: AVOID THE: construction workman Tiftvloj ihe monster through blnoculan it as about twenty-four feet long, with a long pointed snout adorned with lusts like tore a j and a short horn above the nostrils. The front teet were lite those ot a, hcrsc- and the hind hoofs were cloven. In crediting this "alory, it should be remembered lhat the new monster waa seen through glaAieK and not after glasses. serious, however, ths citoalion "working men deteiied 'ilflhe'pollf Ihroagb the cusslon of economic dlfflcultleE, ol labor prohlenis anii policies out the Empire. Among- tliemselres the Em pirs delegates are known as the lea gue of Uritish nations. But there has been no evidence of that eolid-tkic against tie'rest of tbo world which canned so much frflclatlon of sou among the senators oL Relationships between ail groups'ffpm all parts of the Empire represented are of ihe-beEl.- Tet each -preserves -Us aulonomj. .Cuuullan labor for .'.In FIRE AT SING SING Idian' Eoyerni OSSISIN'G, N.Y.. N'OT. buildings In iho Sing Sing prlson'yard destroyed by (ire this morning, bclieted to he' of incendiary origin. The loss lo be more ooo. PRESIDENT OF COMMISSION PARIS, ClaTi at present-minister of public to be president of the Inter- national nhins commission ns BS tbe treaty with RiiTmanr goes Inl6 tU' II IB reported here. This is taken, according lo reports, fain, the fullest advantage from Ih'e special rights rsgardlnj, Jbe Ilhlne which were 'accorded tho trealy; .KnA9> her backyard "I pall and i. frnlefoly, burned off burns. from h'e'r feet PA 1CKED UP IN ASSING FOR THK WA-N A cuo of stuallpoi been rC' ported Calgary. Tbs Park livery barn at Banff was destroyed by (ire. body aud crjioJiod Ihe up wob-pressmen of I'.o Vultcil Stales iml Caurtda. Three lumbers or. (he s-dine i amity have been decorated-ou tbo sfijuc day by Kins Heorge Pal- ace. Major Jamea Cooper ol the Hoy at .Air was Invested ivlih (to Older Iho UrillKh Empire, and wltb. klm were his brothers, Copt.Herbert Coontr, laie o( the' Clieehlre received the Military Orosj, nutl Cooper of Hoyal wbo >yas uiade a member or jtho. Ortfer ot the British (toil) ire. V jurchusra or wiles ot liquor la nay form. Three other drug shops lu the GRiue city arc also likely to be black- htqd for (ho wuvf reason. No (org- since (lio prescription blanlc pul oiu liaro becii detected in ooltu. The'depOTtmool has (our nspectora at work now, and way of tlia couoterftUer IB (9 bo made difficult and fllKcouraglug as possible, sa.v Iho government officials. The of railway? ,_, ,p !look tho stand'lhat the rerem strike OH ol a, a revoiu- In D.O. cnrloajs of ap A salary scbednle suljmillcj to the Medicine Hot school UoirJ by tcacri- mjiaDs an Incroase of Crawford Jainleson, for 21 years n rsaldent of Toronlo. wliero JIG Urockvllle. Tba labor party has placed ihe lol- oniiiE; cjudidales In the fielj for ildernign.in .Medicine Hat Mrs Me- C. GoMnrd, Wirdle, Charles McDonald. and the douiuiTHge rules on tlio daring ihe sirltte period bo set aside -wilbgut crcalhie a .precedent .in the CABO of .future suites. It was devilled that Ilia de- cltargee accrueil dur- Ins Sacral stride must bo uald at Iho rc'lucctl rRloot.fl licr day The prorlncjpl atlorney-general's de- pnrtuieut nos aiiiiouuccd. llio torzuatloii of now sub-Judicial dlEtrlcls that will ho iiK'oriioraleil In Ihe.present nurllipm circu't for sittings'6[ tho civil, crJrdiriKl and oilier- distrkt couris. The now sub districts nrc sub- tag loss of s Ol tha Allmtesca proni'ising romg' for Johnnlo Welsh, second son of 1'clerllcl cc bcuiusa of Iho ereat area of lha Ijraitde I'rrt no will bo one sent, uuil thore Percy Dplcher has been .Velsh, horse dealer o[ thai city. in- Vancouver _ nnuoLiiled ns clerk Qiid sheriff. In Employees of the naval Dank of! Bother sQlj-dislricI, Poaco IMrer. G. i the numbur of 5000 will re-1 pointments. the ivell-kuown northern v-'ill occupy-the'tame ap- ceiro a bonus ol -it1 per cent, on tliefr salaries, in t comnienioratlon ot Ihe fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the hint. The bonus will be pay- Hogus liquor .prescriptions have able December 15. been appearing again; and the al- First, visible fruits of the Edmonton Quick action, vritli Iho result that session of the industrial congress, held ia Calgary drugget who liaj passed lere last August, are shown in dozen of tbem lias heen SUE- RnDouncement lhat Beatly Bros.., landed froui the privilege of further Ltd., of Fergus, Out, manufacturers of ham and farm equipment, ara lo build a ill that city. The Manchester Chamber of Com- merce desires I'hcl members are of opinion that il-ls'ad-1 vleablo to. employ riilcbel- Instead, of! slRer for all new coins between l.hc.j acd penijy. Thirty-five cases of champappe and lo Hie couniy cliih, an exclusive OLLawn InEliiutton on Ibe Alymer road, were seized by the .license .authorities. The club Is thcVmnsl fa5hlipna6le nl Uie capital. Chareing George L. Uerry, of Rogersville, Tenn., president of lha National Printing Pressmen's aori As- sistants' Union, with "mlsapproprra- (lon ol more than uolou press- men :from 27 cttios In convent Eon at St. Louis, seceded from the parent Don't Pay More It's Senseless No matter what you pay. you cannot buy. n 'bolter Instrument tlaii tbe famous old MASON RiSCH tho supreme quality Cunadlaji ntndo piano. AD sizes anil styles at "fnc- tory lo home" prices. Honor order for- Christmas shortly U) ensure- delivery. Slyla llooklct free. mural Block Ho ma of Ihe FELT SLIPPERS You-will be looking for somelhmg like we have in now for the CHRISTMAS SEASON and may not get tlierh lulei' because" wlirn sizes are sold out they can- not be replaced this season. Look them over carlr. Choose what-you want and secure (I. .Setter buy early than he We hove Iho pop- ular shades and also the. different sly IDS. We hare Dh-Jacger's Puro Slippers for men, anil children.' W. J. NELSON Co. Sherlock Building Lo her head. Slight hope is held out tor recovery. There 'is an Inclination to diagnose (Tic rapid development o! Ihe farmer political movement as an eip'maion of disiuil with Ilia pun r syiieta. Tha ..existing parties, unQ their their nol suit Ih9 farmers, but In repudiating these MrtlM the gel tbe ayslwn; j.The eiperl- tne firmer] will. In dlrecl- )hf sff.In hi esUb'llili .that lo be Ine. Mr. Orfrr. forms n he calls a siialon of the leiltUture and he presinll program. ..That foTernmenl In order (6 exist roust have a lo support it and prof ram 01 11 will cenzg lo eilsl. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY IHE LARGEST LIFE .INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT SHERLOCK BLOCK. 'PHONE 339. Why Biw Life Insurance? Life Insurance is form of wealth. Life'Insurapce valjies are certain, that is the strongest appeal that can -.be made to'substantial men and women. With.Life mortgage of fulure paymenls is cancelJed by dealh instead ol.becomiriga.ljeri. whereas on a piece of property the payj' j merits made, only count fdr-sq much and the balancq has paid by tomb i i i'3'. t ent. i> ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED Holy CommUDlon, 8.00 a.m. ll.Oil a.m. FjTCnron'f, 7.30 p.m. Preacher'at both services will- -DC Her. Dr. LanBfelt: CongregaUonal-meeting on Thursday, 27ih- to elect officers for Iho -Anal- tfatnated Church and decide by vole which (o use" for worship..- Jiev. Dr. Langlcldt will iireach In St. Augustlri's Church both morning antl erenlnff on Sujulay, Nov. 23nl. ST, MAHY'S CHURCH; NORTH LETHBRIDGE Corner 6th Ave. and 12th St. C. North Rev. Stanley C, Ripper 517 SI. A. North Life the purpos? are purchased. A. safely for dfiflnlle sum to retire a partner. Tbe litnili tfl send ike. children Ihrough thc'nioney mortgage on the homo; an annuity foY old Income fifr the .5V'ife.4s long lives and R home tor (he children unllJ Ihey aro grown. Insurance'Potlcr js its equities are definite, no unccrtaSnliea. I Ate Insurarjce la' JocJalism, IJio pooling of (he eilra fitnrb of the provident-for Iliu maaj In auch boJy of society benefits from Iho arrumiilaiion of wealth und cflch poJIcr holder altaina the- end tor which ho worked, r i SEE OUR AGENTS i i :U F.' A. DENTON F.: T. R. GURR and J. G. HANRAHAN -M'atins, 11 a.m. EycnsonB. 7.30 p.m. sun'rtay School, 3 church. Adult Illblc Class, 3 r.ni. In Hall. fie Brownies meet nt Iho Pariah liall at 4.15 Tuesday. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and IHIi St. S. Rev. Chas. "E- Cragg, BJD., Pastor Mr. Claude-KuQhti, L.A.B Choir F.'aster Ilcv. .Olivor Darwin, D.D., antjl ly Western Superintendent d( "Mi5- Bions, nnd lately appointed' reprc- scnlalivc in KnElfiDd ol the Mclho- dlsl CntifcJi of Canada, "will preach, at bo'h llrn.nu ruid 7.30 p.m. Dr. Pnrwin has heeii In cm Canadn for 35 years, "is a strong, vigorous and fluent speak- lcr, and Ms tiro addresses on Sun- day 'Will: be well worth heaving. The nubile !s cordially invited. Special miisic choir. Wcaley Church Music, Nov. 21 Anlhom: "God So Ijiyea Anlhem, "O Gludsomo Wesley Ladies' Quartette, "Looking UnUi J.esug." .Mlrslonary Solos by: MIES P. Whltton and lira. HiiEhoi. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Third Ave. and Ninth St. Rev. F. W, Dafoe B.A., Pastor Mr. W. E. Martin, Mils. B'c., Director of Choir. THE UNITED CHURCH OF HOHTh LETHBR1DQE V Rev. E. .1. Hodglnj, B. Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. 'Phone. 1659 Leader, Mri.. F.' JacXcpn. Hi a.m.: Junior choir .'practice, IDj a.m., Boys' Sdhool In INe Jlnll. 1 o'clock: Bcelnntrif ariil Primary (In- toe School In ihn' Hill. 2 o'clock; Olrla1 the Sunday School :ln the nharcli> Adult Dent, or the S. fl. ID Ibo Church; Song 0: KvenlnR 3crvicev the-pnalor. BIBLE STUDENTS Dpmlnlon Bldg.; p.m.; lllblo Siuily. DHjld Study. WcdncMrnyii, p.m.: Bible Sltiily, (ollowed pfiysr'. an'.l.-Ifp; crvitc.i at H a.m. Subject: Power of a Consecrated Life." Sunday anil llllile Class at 12.15. ycnins Service, at 7.30. Subject: Klnodcra of Deflnl ,.rtloo." 7.15. he.'.iiaator, la'beginning a series of ..sermons Sunday evening on "The full to.rroatlo next-week. Hear holler appreciate Ihflr others. _Come early. KNOX PRESBY.TEHIAN CHURCH Corner 4th Ave. and Ith Street S. A. H. Denoan, Minister. C. F. Layton, oraanlftand chdlr leader 10.00 Sabbath School 11 a.m.: IJInderEarlcn and Class. 11 a.m.: 12.15. Dig Sisters. 2 p.m.: Dig Brothers. 4 it.m.: Chinese 7.30 p.m. Evening Sen-Ice. The paslor will preach at both scr- Tlces. CHfUSTIAN MEN'3 LEAGUE (UNDENOMINATIONAL) Y.5I.C.A. Sunday at 3 'p.m. Speaker: Her. O. of WJnnl- negi Subject: "Tho Country's Chr.llongn to. Our nest" Soloist, D. Ilazell. ettng will start sharp at 3 p.m. Open discussion. Ladles incited. Open DlEcusElon Ladles' Invitod PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION 205 13th Street North Sunday Services: Morning, U o'clock; Evening, 7.45. Tuesday and Thursday at S o'clock. Everybody Welcome CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtri, Paalor Car. Srd Ave, Bih St. S. Sulvlny School and Ulhlo Class 10.30. Treadling, 11.30. Subject: "Our SCIENCE cfJriisTIAN- SCIENCE SOC1E 7lh Slrtcl S- tund.Jj' II 1.7.1, SubjccL: "Soirl'anrJ Pun'lny Hclity.l convcincn at the ;-ol (he mornlne scrvlco. Iff U I p.m. rcj'llni; room I' tldlT rc'pt. ffynflifn nnl holMays. front 3 lo B li.iTi, wlicrb Ihn Dlblc and anther- lleil Christian Science Hlornlura mij jje read. horrpWctl or nurchaaed; The pjiilie la Invited to. lie churih' ,-fORrtlnj 'TOOITL. i the pastor. Christian Eadeavor, S.45, Mra. Curtli, leader. KvcnlnE Subject: "Man's Inability to Direct Hlo Own Footsteps In Safe- the pfi.elor. SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mrs, Johnjtane, C.O. Special Snlyallon Army services will Ijn conducted all day tomorrow by Adjutant And Mrs. Johnstonfl. An- notinci'ment ol tho proceedings of the Young Peoplo'B Conference to held In this city In Novembtr, will be made by the Adjutant. Hfiecial singing and imtalc br tha Everybody Welcome STOP KlCKINGi A .BOUT high prices. We will sell ycti. good just the way you want'', Prices ;fronv to 'f'i i i i H you appreciate of prices, boy here. WQlen 3O9 Sixth St., S. ;