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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LmHIHM HMtT NOVKMBIM -18, HH'J Sbe DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THt LETKBRIDGL HERALD MINTING COMPANV. LIMITED Ith Street South, Lelhbridge W. A. Buchanat and Managing Director Tetrance Uusiness Manag I yearly from oier (ho border is some- thing In trie way of vvaruius auil a call ;u acilon to make tbis country MjCVfcftLO dependent on ITS own resources lo a _. iert'ater exlcul Ihin it is ai (lie prr-seat Blberta With lie aruouiu xuil imported [from ihe Stales we are placed iu a j position of cle pen JL-ii eo (or a poriiou of jour cpnl supply, as fcas beon pointed out by Mr. Anhur V. White, consult- icg engineer for ihe Coiucjlssloii ol ConscrvaiJon upon ihe catioual and niicrnaiional aspect ol Canada's wal deitand. Mr. White considers ilie coal situs TELEPHO.NES in Canada as one of grave coo- Office............... alihouEh as yet ihe gr-ia.t Office 122-viiMss of ibe people nol been seriously harrced by ihe coil shortage. ih is may not H I ways be Ihe case, "Through failure to deal in a brvsd. slaiettiianUke mnuoBr Audit Bureau of her r.auounl coal problem." lis DEATH IS, BUCK Another Old Timer of 27 Years in Maeleod District Our Own MACLEOD. N'OT. T Tteather of last cauie to on cad Subscription Rales: Dally, delivered, per week .....J Dtllj, delivered, per year by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per aio.i. "Canada court.; trouble :ind sy experience of such a "pinch1' >o liff fuel supplies as seriously affect her economic j fare. Involving, oT course, her Circay- ieptioa lo Uie Prince DI Wales ctjual-1: tod Hial glvcii Genera] Pcrs: jarently ihe Slua Belters Sunday nlgbl. when the wind camo In from lbe, with a heavy fall of finoiv nil day Mimday and ol Tuesday, so .that Wednesday brpught good Blotching, and gave tbe hockey boys and curlers a chance to make Ice." Should'this (cold dip con- tinue they trill all bo enjoying the winter games. The A. P. P. without Invititlon call- ed on some men Sunday night, anil found some few bottles, which they look-to have analyitd, .also taTltlng each oue to call and see the. magis- trate at tho A. P- .P. office Monday at 3 p.m. The case was adjourned await- ing the report, oa tho ot the ifnuor sclced. C- E: Selby, Port Towosend. U. S. A. immigration..detriment, ms a business1 Tlsltor' la Thurs- day, In connection with hl5 depart- ment. Is his flral .rlhll- lo this part of Alberta, he "is'much' Im- prpssed wlih the roantry ftlW may re- some day. and become oue ol Al- oe in the Stales .he.5 dropped sub; I bcrta's happy farmers. It- behind whs I- it vras Juries! Black, an old resident of B. Ap- KO'iuctiun of bituminous "coal is talncd (or .the rdmainm? vreofcs -rvhlch parlloJly Inralfd'ed" her. of eipiry at subscription ap- t v jesr daily en address lab-2l. Aewp--, in tbc dependence oi Canada on UK6 of papers alter erpiralion dale ti our authority to continue the sub-, les far OI tho coal Kriplion, tbe prcpcnt coal sttuiclen Iu the ay well arrest the atteo- lioy PL the D .ink hi ton, Coal produc- the producliou, il is staled, tnade haired sgaipsi Jirv.iiEu nuj it? BritUh quite unanimous. Tho Prince !vill about the output of 1913, :aplurcU the mtiter of nnthrsctte coal, the is, Wherever-be'wen; slrwts werc'.nipply Js still sfcoj-' of the demand, jammed and crairds eDihuasiie- ;The eiii ot miners back lo Europe, lie, Tbe newspaper; cc'iWu't find serious strikes, aud other factors, idjei-tives enough iu ibetr '.Hare" contributed tp curtail produc- reports" visit, i. The -tiou. and dfstribution "in .that country. Sen- 1'ork Sun. tized ihu Princo ils-wQjf: i itseil 'iliat felt In aas-sent trrcr here lo -L-.-intiire ihr-'.i, we but ntslll Jt lLaja5'ci! -willi Mr. .IShile wlien ho snys fcc was cannot, nlford lo oTerltwk her own at anr ies in: ihe" States.'-Tfasse strlfeea arc en nienace." .-.-.Mr. stdies lhal little lias been rtone In this country towards the un top bl all this comes the pre- slrikc'.in which, in coal supply, is maldns With IhlnES b5 On Monday while eittoE UTOPENA11Y Appeal One Uafer HtaHh al Blair- PICKED UP IN IASSING TBE BOrr taed tbar, suitable rands iu tho t'ope. Colwell, her family she s taken iriddenly III, plcni. tbo munlclpsl hb5- where she died Thursday morn- ?Jrs. Black camA. to Mi.cleod twr-nty-seren. years apo as a Sride, and made her home She had proved herseiE the triend of CTery- Vody who needed help. She. leares a large circle ot frlerids, with, four DOTS and one daughter lo mourn for her. C. A. Gisot, of High Rlrer, and for- merly a Maeleod boy, visited MicIeoM on Thursday. He DM Interests in tho cltr. and llbeYlo Tljll the old schools irhcrc "he recelred hla educmlioa.'. Col. Hutchison rlslted M.icterfrthls week, on business with the militia de- hoabrod guest at lbe uauqvcl or ihe socielies. And Ihe f trjlhout a'lie in ihe hearts of It's easy lo" see_ bow he docs lt_ "Tl'3 Ihe "smile ct hiifc. lbe uuaflect- sfl, modoit bearing o( him, the natural. tun-lpTjhV "splrli lh'2l "iTFinfeles in his blue all.'. Iho poise fcnd" recoinllion "oI.Miuty1 lo be done Iriumphiop uoessc ind dmbarrasjnj'eiiY ,l_ifat does il." lbe.PrincV.was in Sew .york. H was l case of "from victory en victory" ontil thai Ihe permanent ofrttre coal prob- PUTTJ'NC.IT UP '.In.'declilIng-.lO'iiui.'lhe.qutilipri o! r" .61 a- change lo the lem. "He commends Ihe aclion ot Iho Council for Scien- tific and.industrial in con- strnctinf tire carbonized lignite b-i- plant wllh i capacily ot 30.- 000 tonE of.'briqiieUes per anourni hul slates that U would lake over 600 ajlls Lo replace our present coal impoi-tntion from Ibc Slates. A policy of developing oar coal re- sources, not only to ensure an in- 'FrtiTtl Our Owii rnfrpmonrtfall NOT. Saturday evening, Dec. 6th, Ihe United Farm- ers will hold their monthly tbe Bowville hall. In connection vdlh their regular business a program glren, one of the chief features icing; a. debate, "Resolved that the farmers should- be- r-preMnted In both the'-Dominlon aild Provincial Parliaments." James MaJoney, 'A. Hooda an the at- firmatire' Larson on dependent suitply lbe domestic supply but to Of tbe collDLry in re resourc03 leminds. Every on Ihe linos'1 oJ iriie irlsdom. ITie proposed pii-biiciis; is ivbtcli will meet wKh nrijroval ol all sec- tioD3 of the coiinmiuily. r.-hcllier jfacjlily In developing lbe same, in tbe matter or transportation and other things; should be made' use of. The possession of coal Is one or the rm thc rcanagerial form it govcrpment or cbalcnt to'si'py prcsenl .commission (orin. IrreiriectiTn ol anything :scl3 lo a country, and with this evelopracnl oC ibc same goes hand in hand. BOWVILLE FARMERS TO DEBATE REPRESENTATION fPrera Our OVB BLA1RMORK, slllutc tie District Court of Macleod on of Ihla week pretldeil over by Judia E. P. McNeil of Macleod. of more or'teas local interest tmraght before the court, among them beta? an appeal from summary Tldlon of cue heud J. P. at Cole man. .This na nhero Joe KIT a Cblaamaa la tke reitaarant at Colenan Tag eaaned under toe Pnrlnclal Haalth Act for leeplai his place fa an uatanflary condUloo. charge TTM brcmbt In by Jfr. D: E-vanj Jon-s. ot the ProTln- clal Health Dgpartawat and which -waa dismissed by Mr. EHeney at Colenaa owlne to the firt Oat the Act did sot authorlie any court ImposlnE a 'pea- ally for this often appeal -vaa prcEeaUd to Court by Ii. H. Pataam, acting for the Prorlnclal Hearth Depirtment ud J. E. amis appeared for Joe Kay tbe defendant After hearing' the circumstances of the rase Judge VcXell decided that the Jusllce at .Coleman did rlfht In dtsmlsslne tbe owing lo the lack ot aulhorimUon usder Ihe Health Act to penaltxe au- offender. Tbe appeal Tax dlsrnUaed.: The case versus Ihe Traits and GusranfeeTCbinpahy was laM brer to be brought 'ip at the next Asalxes at'Macleod. An-ncllotl .waa troujbt Into Court by J..Hunmp'ad iicalnit Jas. Barr both of ll nM work for thla Ml.'.- .Vfr. John Currfe. a Terf rilu- able homa this week. i. Bert Collhropc entertained the ladles aid at the Olohe Store yest rbonl this week. Deo. Oliver of Bow Island WM rlf HlnE M. H. Smith KTeral HITS during the week. John Currie and'Ole Ungrtad art shlpplr; horses to the woods In'n. 0, A surprise pnrty was gifts Bt home .of Mr. and Mrs. Pefa on Saturday evening.' Vlss Ethel Hlnck of Onion Bink Sundayod In Hal, Nor. 23.. Peterson and father lefCfot p. C. ,on- MoDday, Mr. Harroy Luther horte crip- pled by the C. P. R. train, Trrt wal wounded from hit shoulder .to hll I hip, leafing Ol tin oerrei and bad to his boarding bouse, and tried .to enter by the kllchen-windoir. II fell breaking his neck.- '..The bailie cmtter; Zealand sailed yesterday Irom Esquimau for an Allanlic port to pick up Admlra Jelllcoe. L.' Owing to tne high .cost, of keep some of the Renfrew farmers think It Is cheaper to shoot their horse nov and buy new ones In the spring have been' ad' Imperial raut'li bases. stealing will la made available (of coldiere' fr'. n. Montgomery, traffic manager if the lutercoloula! com- pany, aud a conspicuous figure lii Am- railroad clrclts, at Chl- More foo-1 was deslroyed as until or bumau consumption by the ies healU; Saturday when .600 crates of eggs were put' la Iho nclnerator. nev. J. w. Bean. Woodstock. Is lng tbo township of Durham lor ;5.000 tor negligence, which, he con- resulted in tlie death or his on. Hccommeiiilatlona to Install a cmatlc distribution at milk and oilier nourishing foods lo school children In Calgary was made by (he health com- illlleo or the 'school board, fitter nvesllgalion which showed many children comlog to school Ill-nourish-' cd. Ljrry Somon. famous screen corned- an. today signed .a contract willi Albert K. Smith, prcsldciit ot Iho Vitagraph by tho Icnns of :hat will pay JJ.WO.OOO dur- ng tbe eneulag three years ror the comedies of this star. Oue thirl this stupendous Bum will beTnld each year of Uio three years' comraci. WTion lie Eludenta ot Queen's Uni- versily asked tbe bachelor chancellor, Mr. E. Beally, nrcslilent of llio Canadian Pacific. Railway Comnauy. for an fiulogrnphiHl.cih'oLoEraikh nr h'm. self, bo sent them a piclurc full Icnglh. I rarbed in. a swealer and wllh a pipe In his moulb. Chancellor Ilcatly said this was his .favorite picture. Queens DOW chancellor is a lover of all sports. F. II. Clarion. Into town clerk, ol Melvlllo, Sask., charged witli em- bleizing funds ot ttic tpwn, cflmo up for a trial .on- seven counts, be'oro Judge Blalii, and wag given .one year sentence. The charges la Id. .were (or returns trom Ihe G.T.P. rurns ro I'.'IS and 1913, amouutlug lo (J.P.H. taxes for and 1919 amouul- to and four local per- sons-, amounting to 9431.01. COUUICES Prlmo Magrl, known neml public as Mrs. Thoniaa Thumb nud one ot the best known Llllnatlaiia n the world, died at Mlddleboro. Mass. She was 77 years old and had travelled arou.ud Iho world several ilmea, uuder Ihe management ot tho late p. T. llaruiu. THEY COST NO MORE When you bvy ptauo an Investment, foi lifetime. Why not have (he MASON A. RISCH when they cost DO more? llecnusc wo sell from "factory to lioine" tlirough oar own stores, we eavo you nioiicy. Ask for special Stylo Booklet and prices, ttimenl Block ol Vl 'S SHOES Made on.up to the minute lasts in leathers that are of a quality to give you good wear value and Jtave a businesslike appearance. When protKi'rlr (IttC-d these fcaluree combinej with roniforl ease in walking rive 5-011 tlio rnaxlniiim ot son-Ico Cor price expended. have lue shoes and know-how io fit'lhem.' ASK-TO'BE KITTED SHOES FOR ALL'ACES W Co. .Sherlock Building hecr 25.- wines wefo sold bpenly over' Iho coiinlor In -Now Or- KIDS alter Kedcral Judjra Foiter bad declared War lime prohl- Htion imcoinlHnttonal. U'js.lhsn nit hour after Judge. -fouler, had enjoined federal ofrkera from Interfering with Iho tslo of bonded vhlikey', bar. rporaa .were Ec.rvliig llnuof' In'tlcadlly varied, tisaortmetils. .-.Mined -drinks were uVionfHlnaljfc.ilrirlng the day liv 'lose of Ihe rush lof "straight II.