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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LKmniuu.GE 0411.1 JtOXn.VY. NOVEMBER 21, I'Jl'J She Dcvalb DAILY AND WEEKLY Hroprielort and Pubtithers -.THE LETKBRtDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ith Street South, Lelhb.-idge W. A. Buchanai freftldeot and Managing Director Tornnce Business Health. The last scheme regard- ed as tte most favorable of the three. Dy il. as pliimed, I adjat-c-nt to a city uill be lo form a t-wimal district under the Act and I Tvilh ihe city in respect 10 Ihosp'.iaJ treatment at cos! less the j grant 10 that district. In the particular relation of Gall Hospital to the rural districts, tiio thini schcnu.- may u-oll arrcsl ILe at- tention of the Hospital Hoard iu the riiy. TELEPHONES Pusineu Oh'ice Editorial Office........... THE HANDLE j TO A NAME The Alteriau. in referring to the praciiCL' by Premier Drury. of Ontario, iu Ignorirs iMcs and deaiguaiing the Ccrmer Premier of ihe province as Mr. Hearst. coru: Hirtids the action as a consistent ap- pliciihm o! ibt principle against Member Audit Bureau of Circulations [jtieg fphj3 js ,rup Subscription Rales: The -Albertan, however, while on Dally, deliTered, per 1 theme takes a till agaiiisi ihD pre- dtlivercJ ;per. year 'Iritis "HonoraLle" iu use among Cabinet by mall, per Tear B-00] ..Weekly. b7 mall.' per jear l.SJ Ministers: Us conlentiou Is Dascd bjr mall, per year to U.S. the principle of consistency ia the measures adopte.I in Canada in re- T dies of eipiry or subscription ar> on. address label. Saru-to lilies. Bui in this respect we luce of eiplratloo date cannot help thinking that the Calgary oar to'continue thb SUD-. paper errs on side of consistency. in any way appearing to argue in favor of Ihe title we may say that There is. (ar ibe nature .SHOULD. BE CLEARED UP I The Great War Veterans have inere js so ibe nature -ed behiiid tlie charge; between. jigsiii.Bt the Doiplnion. Canners for ;us4j and attachinf a .ing methods in the shippin: .goods Ip tlie. soldiers in charge'was .brought up 'In'ParltaTneot a'feir months ago but. the portion that it was a .nsttcr.'iln'r- Jhnj.iiriiiBiY. gopdj... Thsi .Veteriiisjloii't the inat- ip and demand ZD true' were Caaja'lin- Govirn- -'ter t.b 'dro; Caiiadiaii' jje jja nahiV pfrcanii-.i up to el to an-office, open lo'all -tomers capacity .-for '.filtidgj; same.' -There ls.'notLthc same prin- ciple involved In both cases. The offices In" which the'holders'are en tYtled to'the prefix are considered honorable in themselves, aud there-is not a great deal of harm done in it evident: that the honorable nature of the of- fice rellccls on tbe holder of Ihe sanie. las somelhlog at any rale to live :iB However opposed we may granting of titles, that of jo[ their storage and terminal Railway Hoard Shows That Not Once Has There Uwn Conges- Hoard's-fim- bargocs to lllame' .MOSTllEAL. Nov. Mo class of Canadian industry, urban or rural. Is, or hag been, losing inoney through failure of the Candian railways lo pro- vide proper service. On the contrary, the HI the Canadian rail- ways his given, and foallsiiss to give, tho Canadian people and produc- ers a very Importam-handlraii aver nil their This is Hie preamble of a statement ssued by the .Canadian, railway hoard, Q which the board virtually allucte he wheat Mr" criticized the railways recently. "Whether the railways'have carried out IhelKobllga- lions lo the "public" In the mailer of :he wheat crop or whether theyfailed ,n any respect depfrnds entirely-npon (lie answer to four simple he board's slatement coatlnues. "F.irsi. are Ihe lake and. seaboard elevalors filled? "Secoud, have thoy hcen iept till' a? "Tiiird, will they-continue to be kept rilled until !he crop is sold? "Fourth, htve these elevalors" been able during Ihe graiu' .sesso'n 16 fur- nisli wheat to vessels as rapidly as vessels were available? "The snswer to these'questions in every case and with- bat otic reserva lion in one is "Toe record' of the railways IE vindicated.'-II 'Ibcy liad knowingly accepted more wheat thin they could, unload in the elevalors they would' have been, open to Ibe charges of endangering -public- Inter esls by wasttug car capacity and Irack room m holding such wheat Qnd jeo- pardizing thereby tile vital fleilbilUy -I- COMMUNISTS SUGGEST MUTINY AT SEA, 'f FOR.BOLSHIcS YOHK. Nov. sea and'tho capture of. American sbliis for Iho llns- slan soviet EOVBrnment were ad- vocated In a hewsjiper vi'il- ea In (ho Russian language- which iras selied toJay Iu a raid on one b( I lie hcadquir- ters ;6f 'Ihc cinimunlil party. To plan members C- ot the party'yrere advised1 lo "oblajn -'positions as sallorj. hree Teachers 'er .Michel Leaves For New 'Charge West- .v minster ..IFrcm Our OWTI. FER.N'fE, B. C.. Nov. ralos are the ordqr.of the day In Fer nie now. The mild weather has effer lually put a stuu (a the skating an curling for Tlie Vtitlnp riot was open several evening sble." in Us nature, is hardly Qnarrellln; wilh. a maiter'lhal The Alberlan is surely wrons when, ;TOill h.eing to anclcnl timjs j'ftcd quotes I ih its advertising .Hie fdl- which every cilizetf look- city of "Athens, Greece, when foling- V disirlte o'n 'thii, .'lo Kjje o> .ney. "rflj'citr, bv anv. acl of cowardice or Jiishciieily. "r irill fight for.-.lfte -Heila" and sacred "Ihing's' bt'lKe cily. botfc.tloge ind in'Ul Tj.lruf.rerere, and obey Ihe city's laws, png db'my'besl Lo incite, a. -like re-. Ui those "aboat me1 wtfo'afepronV -jo seL.tbem at naught. Vill strive to ;-lhe publlc that fels Tclly may be Brcalerv bellcr, and more beiutllu] btcaiise'of'ahe part in ils contention against the retention of lo the plain "Mlsler" wtiicli sulficlenlly digni-1 lied tor Balio'jr, Lloyd George, Bonar] Law, Asqulth Chamberlain.: AH -these men have_the prelis "Right .Hdn- 'orablc" as they are officially known, iud even (Mr. .Gladslone jvas fenown u !he Gladstone. To perpeloate the prefix "Honorable" after nave is in anomaly and 'matter, hnt, rhelher the practice Is persevered Vn or we do not think thnt this Is what tlie'Albertan As for Ihe Canadian "farmer" loslus money Ihrangri Ui'e failure of'Ihe rail- ways lo move this wheat, thmt.cpuld only have happened -if the- Interior elevators had beeii so congested through [allure ol Ihe rsilwny's lo re-. and the about read to open when tlfft weather man Joler lered and the bolh ylaces ha faded awaj-. Work on A. P. Iladdard's new cem cnublork. which had.'lo be Buspcnde during tie cold spell. Is being ru'she as rapldlv The 'mumps Ttre-'sllll-iilaTing-- kayo wllh th'e school allendaace. Thre of. Ihe .teachers have the disease: an In -fere'ral of Ihe rooms more tha half of the arc absent ore took I her civic lire." are'jbnjaglng or most muulcipaHties nd if'wonld-lre well if candidates for and cffice holders loo, atlcmpt- The SoTiet'inMoscow has imprison- ed, a journalist. -Another curtailment of.-ihe liberiy.'of. the press. '.-How the npn-rallricatlon ol the Peace TreatyTwiU atfccL the Stales commercially becomet a speculation of much inlerest: In the words of the popular song, ltd to'carry out the high ideals ex- "How are you going lo kosp rer. dsvm Ihe Athens pledge. Ger-jon the Is the qnfistlon which many office holders-dis-ltie -Drury GijTemfflent propose-. to principles tbere enunciat- "JME NEWJNTERE3T ;iN HOSPITALS '5 auspicious Index of.. Ihe. spirit ol recoDelract'on lhan 'la denoted. In- the Jnterest In policies Jn tkt trerince. In Djilloiiil :acrrici; "tie fmtllerii'af soldbk iccomiiiodillcn and'lfie crcat- 1 A .war -tbit.yplrit' snajtild 'it carried' for- .ih'it Ihe prin whlcli (he'.'greai.confuVl'wB" 'J -to. humanilarian part7 that the PrbjItTce I Baking', [n 'praclicaplioiprta -'polklu'ls, an cncourag ,'tag .mpTement. H somelhinE IrMhe natun an ftiperjlon in Alberta that in Ui oal movement 'eastward from Al ".During Ihe of October i was 23.55 per cent, over what'it ha> icsn in the previous year, thus makin a demand for room eastward at Ihe same time as Ib vheat; third, che fact-that tho col weather augmentert-.lhe feed shortag' of llvestoc Llpiiicnl 55.4 per'cent', during Ihs same period" as" compared with' thai period tor 1.5IS. II1' is, however, im- itcessary- for the railways lo oiler ilev. cLargc oi Ftrale Father. ot the Holy Family for; left .Saturda morning for his TiBWiCharseiln Westiplnsler. Belore leaTing he'wn tbc guest' of honor at a meeting the; churcli and waa pre-enlp with -a Falb Kennniy has 'been tnoifern "h'-'re from' KJralrmps, B. O.; services on Sundav. 'BaiioVd'gave an. planatory anJress on the Inter-Churc d Movement In the Uliile unday Trill, be as d lo decide as lo whelher or not the The Ladies Aid of the United church eld a sale-, el :'aow'swork, tables'! wear, aprons and cooking in the asemeni of tbe- i-lrorch on Salurday flernoon. Tea served and a fish ond the'enterlatn- lent of Ibe kiddles: Owing to Ihp. .igar shortage, there was no home.- ntade candy amount, re- sllzed was slightly over the four hun- dred dollar mark- A Roraney portrait was sold at London for Duven Uros., of New York. PA AICKED UP IN ,SSING rOK THK UL'iV VI AN The wife of Mayor Williams. HEfh "ver, died lust Brandon is lo siicnd a quarter o( ;t llllou dollars on a hospital. A truit stand is falling ap- es two (or u quarter. ui licaliccr, was fined ulittii elevators 'Li'nvc "taken' tn ut lUO.QOO bushels of grain sEuce ho crop was threshed. Susknluon Hoard of Trade .aylight savlug and demands Douitu- hilt !i it a shot pun a boardtr had Icli ia the kitchen au CQl) (or [aillug to turn. uake income tax Rev. Dr. Sipiuell, ol Vancouver, will ecoiue pastor or Metropolitan Mciho- Isl church. Victoria, Juuo. i Mrs. M. Godctic of Quebec poured ic thy La toil spirits ou tier kitchen fire, ud was fatally ljurntcl. F. Summer, of Moiiclon, agent' cue rat of New Bruuswick in Loudou England died sutlilculy. There Lave been G3 lyiicbiiigs ir. ic U.S. during the lirst leu months t tbis year. Harvard Medical School now department of industrial liy- leac m relail stores: Kcelcy Institute at "While Plains, V.Y., is to be sold under if foreclosure, another victim ol prohi- Htloft. City ol Palerson. NJ seiied 47 ocomolivrs buill for llrjsltt hi 1917 y n. local iilaui. because Hmslau au- hortlka u'ave uot Lines thereon. girj ul Srantou, L'a killed her laiolhtr, sool ond vice-chairman .abor party i ot lLo Dominion and IB ai present fir 6 1 vlcc-cbalrnian of tho samo or- anlzatlou. Ho lias been a aUoug ex- ponent of direct legislation. -Mr. was born In Cardiff, lie Is -IL years old aud au accountrut. iu tho grain trado. Pound guilty on a chargy of tavlns liquor In hla possession, John J. .eeu. proprietor or the Uoyal Amis Hotel, Slorc street, VlctoriD. was sentenced to six nioulba1 iuirrisou- men I. Carl r-. Miller. ArJorican Vicc-Couu BU! to Stockholm, shot and killed hlul self In his suite in the Waldorf Astoria in New York.' Proproitor of a .leading. New 'Vork liotcl nnnoiuices U.S. public eat-j 50 per.cent, more since prohlbl-l lion went into cft'ecL I lato W. A.'Kemp, of Toronto, I brollier or Sir left an cslLilu valued at CJ.OnO.noO. Ho be- 1CM PEOPLE Likelihood of 'Securing Irriga- tion Soon is Causing Activ- ity in the District H. was round iH-iuV in a build- ing on the ranch J. F. llrldges, near Cra'ribrook. !Ic camo from. Jlrinifkon and u-as TO years ot age. D. E. HowarJ manager, oi the Im- perial fianV, Cranhrook, been rnusferrccl :o' Walkcrvlllc, Out. II. of Jtevclstoke, succeeds hloi, .Charles Hall, for nearly 30 years Vlerk ar.'l treasurer u[ tlie ut JIalton coiipty, dropped dead !u his thair ihe couptil rucet- Torunio waiters1 union ciuinis clerks are so poorly iiald thril they to acl ass waiters at evtiilug func- tions In onler to augment their rev- eou. S. J. Farmer, ilic Rp.tlical-Lalinr cili- diriate for mayor of the city pes ,has been active in radical uml labnr organ 1 (OTIS for -ihn past ten years. Ho was secretary of tbe Mani- toba Labor party in 1910." and was sec- The Mason Phonograph We've bee 11 making the Mnsou t RiEch tor some time, Lut couldn't get any for tb3 west oa tvccount ol ULO.eastern demand. H'B an extraordinary Instru- laat word In pliono- FOUR SIZES ALL CABINET STYLES Lefore you buy any investigate tbe Mason fc RISC'1.- Sold on easy terms. RISCH, UMIP Balmoral Bleok Komo of Vfetriia' FINCASTLE, Alia., The Chlnwfc has been a big help to slock and to coal bins. Though we arc close to the mines, yeL coal has been scarce tbls -winter. 'The new Irrigation project is ready to do a sreat amount'oE-TvaterinS'ln spring ond the tract is to. be extended qasl. H has already, made big advan- ces in the trices .of land and people up lo. the fact that n light aoll'wllVproduce crops Quicker than'a ieayr Jt has A'm. liusseLl's slock look cxccrtion- nllr good this year considering Ihe season. Her. McPhGTson says he's sure he can bring the striking miners all back by his next Sunday's sermon from the j iext, "Be ye therefore obedient lo Ihc powers that be, for Iho p overs that be an: ordained of Clod." He will nflunc-i all agitators L Jicf.itws JPro Germans and he can.'cerUunly hit j hard and straight fromUhc sfcouMsr. Much, grain Is coming to the-'local- elevators In spite of the podr'crop.ot 1919. I j The -people, are. very enthusiastic about project as.all agree on its benefits arid several, have re- "ceived dlrect-prool flatter- jlDff offers'for .thelr'-land So [ar as! ,wc know every'offor has heen'reTused. Two prospective jnerchants were here last week to tlie slliiu- .tion with a view lilting In, tho store and the other.the'hardware and machinery. seemed well ed but the town site men are not here 'jnat now so they will come again. WOMEN'S FELT ROMEO SLIPPERS In colors NAVY BLUE, OXBLOOD, DARK GREEN, GREY, RED, BROWN. Tliese Src'Cur trimmed and hive leather aril At present we have all sires In thq aboyc colors and Hie price is V per pair J.; v'- 'ASK-TO BE FITTEb Op Co; iSherlpck Building any excuses'; The "fact thai the and fleaboard tlevatora have bscn continuously filled- with wheat, Ihu fact thai the'daatern mllla hate supplied and that lhe-Interior elevalors In the west tvre not Congest- ed are evidence of Ihe.Imsty feenorall- zatfona whitftMcil to Ihe aiUClrby the chairman of the. Canadian wheat liOard. From Scut. 10 to N'or. IS.of this year the wheat Inspected by tho government totals b again SI In Ihc same last year." ACCIDENTS ON ST. LAWRENCE QUEBEC, -Nov. .V nartgalion accldenls on Ihc St. IJM Tcnco during Ihc year Ending 'Lorlay show Ihat there were a large flumljcr ol accidents from December laftti lo dale. Over 20 vessels cither stranded or collided. iilslitw ot to ihcm lua( Oovr. ''1 NEW STEAMER FOR AUSTRALIAN ROUTE VICTORIA, Nov. Ihe Union Steamship company now has IjUJldjng another steamship la augment.' Ihe Auslrallan mail passenKcr gorvlcc was Ihc Btalciricnl marto bcre D, II. floss, Canadian Irade commlflaloner lo Australia. Mr.. new ivjll be larger, speedier''and mom Oalatlal 'Jmn ollher Ihe Lloamcrs Mabaru or Wiagara, now. on the pafl- ssncer run telwcer) Sidney Van- couver. The vessel will he ou the run next year, It la cir.K'.cJ. Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Opens 'the Pores and Penetrates A Remedy for Chest (Colds, Head Colds, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck, Spasmodic Croup and kindred ailments.' .Apply freely to the skin just over the affected parts and rub it in. GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE ,is Germicide for the Nose and Throat. It should be applied to the nostrils so that you will be eontinually inhaling the vapors while in the presence of patients who are sick with contagious diseases, or when you are entering crowded cars or other pubiic places during an epidemic .of Grip or Influenza! Any Grip or In- fluenza, germs breathed, through the nose are this germicide' salve before the germs can- reach the throat. THE SICK Place'One Level Teaspoonful of GROVE-.S 0-PEN-TR'ATE SALYE in a hot saucer in the "sickroom.; The Antiseptic Vapor rising frc'rn the heated salve easy for the patient. It induces sleep and is a great comfort to anyone '.Spasmodic Croup, Sore Throat, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cougli, Diphtheria or Pneumonirt.'' -The Healing Effect of the'Vapor relieves the patient and is very comforting. Price 3Sc per' box. If your Druggist hasn't any, scad 3i5c in postage'stSfiii'ps To Pans' Mc'dieihe Spadina Ave, Toronlo, aiid a full-size box will be mailed to you promptly, EDISON Carbon Laftip Brighten Up Your Home With MAZDA LAMPS and cut down ypiir olectrjc Edison --'Mazda1 s. afe Econr Are the Highest Grade Tungsten Lamps on the Market Made in Canada by Canadians for Canadians EVERY LAMP GUARANTEED THE ROY ELECTRIC CQMPANT ELEctRifcAL cbNtRAcirbiis Phone 735 Uthbridfe, ;