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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUR (NULT OCTOBER 2, 1919 Deralb Blttcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY THC LCTHMIOCE PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED feutH, A. PreeWeat and Director Business W. A. I Office l Otfkt Audit Bureiu erf Circulations Subicriptlon Rates: DtUy. delivered, per week .....4 .15 Diily, dolivcreJ. year Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 Dales of expiry of subscription ap- pear dally on address Accept wee or papers alter expiration date I? nur nulliorily i.o rnnllnuii ihe icriptiou. WELCOME THE PRI'NCE, The Throne, with the'sentimsnt Which "King and Country" em-. is brought nearer to the hearts of a people fir scattered they are In the nature of a far-flung Empire, by the visit to- day of His Royal Highneu, the Prince of WaleV to us bringing, tht ipfrit of the Bnlish Empire with a spirit which radiating frcm the throne, pen merits sr.d hinds. tcgsLh-r th- various units which make up the Empire it a whole. The Prince, in his journey throughout the Domlnlorij hai been discharging a stewardship. Representing hit royal father, Hit Majesiy, the King, the Prince car- ries with him .the'obligations of Empire which fall on the highest and the of tta citizens, titai case they 'are the obligations which kingthip owes the people in them and thus fling the .bond that -..These obligations are Only1 In' keeping with those higher which the Prince did not fail ta cense when he teyk 'his. place among the hods of the JEfrvtrc': who rallied to King, and toun-; try tVy. in whom the hopes are centred, in the disporsitlen he of the opposiuim im the yatl of those who do not seo eye lo eye with, the Gorernmieiit la regard to Us policy ot Clitug the price u! wbcat. Whether tho policy or tho Govern- lent Is rljibt or wrong Is d'.fflcult to io thai much depends on the or othenvise. of aaUcipa- policy aQopled eremeot Is la a great way occ forced on U bv thai aaoyled br to United f in regard to the wheat erowa (horc. The whole of .the dU- 04' Canadian eraln" Jus bWn ed therewith. In' falniessi to the CoTercmeat. this of'the situation in Cibadian vheal slacds demands a recognition. In the wheat poltcr adopted. In fix- leg .ihe, price ot tbe sime, the ltes Itself as to whether a bird in -the naiulb worth iwo in the in respect to the raarrvel price of i lie cbaitaculiiy. H Is "a Her all tho Visdom of vrhich, 50 Jar ns the farmers will regard It, will be shown in the Meanwhile ihe ques- tion In regard to the millers Is a con- tentious one. THE REDS AND THE WHITES. Cincinnati and Chicago, the Ileds and lie Whites, are the colors >vhlch dazzle Ihe vision ot the people ihrougnout the length and hreadtli the American contliienl. In the mag- nitude of the Interest It creating, j this battle between the -Rods and ihe [Whiles has taken the complexion or historic event which causes the memory of 'he other historic tight ol Red versus White, designated In the Wars ol the Roses, to fade Into In.- sisnificance. Such Is the of ih'e great iiaUia on the diamond which started its pfelimlaary" Yesterday. IE. ,a: wonderful study In psycfiol- ogjO Which ;ihe great now goln? ?ii p'rHuilf. It the sportlns the Anslo-Sason race In ihe great interest taken. Men who, T-ossiblT.-iroald never have hcen Ueard of. hive by this Interest attained the dimensions ol deml-gods, and names, such, as 'Reuther, bV, the mere twirl ol a hall have attained enviable fame'and become. household words. The economic "TlnJEsies that are K -folag BCTOSS the line and across the sets, are losing for the time in the ied by Ofrie which make, the lrt what it It, one that. .bjr the endearment it 'latTjnyhip one Like; a: .famous ancestor who wen hlf'.apvra on the bat'lefierd, the Wales. has Won his on the rlcHd .of popularity through- out and breadth of the Dominion he hai travelled. He witli him the opportunity for the people of Lethbrldge and the district to outwardly express thtlr'loyat'ty ind the Throne.' That .opportunity one. We' triist he will carry away iwltii him .the .imprewion that, here In the prairie the of a people beat in. unt- ton with all the Ideals that go with -our Empire and which are exem- plifWd In "the Throne and the Jkyjil family. God. blew the of e. ISLAND; Mr. nd I. D. ecteHalued some oC more [rtends al Ih'eir home List Tuesday- "the bouor guestl ot the ercnlng .belcg Mr. and Mn. A- F. Dilmate. Mrs. Clem lloaglin' was the hostess nt a very plussnt 'afternoon lea given Cor Mrs. Duftnage. n'hen about twenty- Five ladies "we're u'roj'cnt (rom Bow Is- land and Ilutdctt m response to in- TiCALions. The altemooa passed pleas- antly, enclrone doing her to make success.- I'helcgri'phs were taken Kept as soUveuirs to recall the picas s'poot servcJ a delicious Lunch at Ibe close ot the afternoon. The Swiss llcll Ringers .again ap- peared before a Bow Island, nudfence last Wednesday night lu the I O.O.F. hall. Mr. Echardt and Ills company always giro a first-class concert and consequently always have an appre- ciative audience. Mrs. llurlhcrl entertained a( dinner on Wednesday Ihe following guests: Her. and Mrs. Lancaster mid Miss Uridges. The ladles left a Thursday isorn'jjg ff r Oregon, and Lancaster will follow them In hort time. Capt. (Ilev.) left morning for Quebec. The Ladies1 Aid of SL. Andrew's nited church met with Mrs. -A, F 'trts last Thursday afternoon. ecided that the Interior ot the church eeded varnish ing- H5 ulso dlil the um'.ture, and Mr, H. Cherry iras en aged to do the work. Mrs. Whll ey and Miss McLaren assisted UJB ostess In the serving of the refresh lents. The neit meeting Yrlll be helc n Octoher 9th at the home of Mra D. Tbe Catholic Ladles'.Aid held a ial meeting in ihe basement of their nurch last Thursday afternoon. The Ladies' Aid of All Saints' church ill meet with Mrs. Hlalne cm Thurs- ay, the ?nd. 1 Friday night a parry vss given of their interest of ihe1Reds" tad toe1 1L is a. contest ol gladiators with the whole continent tbe arena. Al prea eat" It "is "Thnmbs the Reds. but with 'the, tbe .This helps to keep" al feTer pilch the already started. Coming is it now.ilfies, Ihe big fcase- jrerres" its Ji ot himself sometimes In case be .be- comes The big garire Is. in an edacallve oce.C- ViTmt a fund; pi iDtoriaalldn "it add's to the -Tocahulary'-whicti for the lime lias been confined icllhin the mirida o sporllnsj edilbra! What Ulustriou: personages It has .bronght to light! a re. the. days 'of heroes and neHsa Danlelaoii Ihe Miss Shaw also sang a solo in her usual pleasing __ Mrs. Otone .accompanied on the piano. ReV.'Mf. Dan'.elspn _ Ecnnpr. while the Rer. V, M. Gilbert also i an address. On Snnday evening ReT. V.'-M- Cil- :rt held service .lu-l'-Sl. church, hla topic.being "My Father's Easiness and A banquet was given in the Queen's Cafe for -Messrs. -Dulmage, Stonfe and Dr. Barnes on llilnday night. There' were about fitly guests present and: maoy speeches were.made, as tow. if any, were passed withont being t lo speak; .Court Mr. Steve Nicholas, was up oh a charge of Dassault, had his prellmlri-" ary, trial last Friday rilghl here and Taa remanded f or up. lo Lethbridge. lawyer Davidson ap- peared for the crown and Ihe Mr. McKenria, appeared j for the Mrs, Brown, Mr. Brown, I manager ot the Cltizeni' Lumber Yard, arrived oh Moiida'y. They will reside In the house recently owned b'y Mr. Dulmage. I Chas. K. oplomelrisl and op- llctan, of Hat, hos been In owrf the past week the Rexall- tore. Mrs. Andel is a Tisltor at'the horaej Mrs. A. F. Mr. add Mrs, P. Marsh Were! Bow Island visitors on Monday. J. Clark, of Hurdelt, was a .busi- ness visitor In town on Monday.-1 Mr. and Mrs, Dulmage with Connie met QTen left yesterday morning (Sept. 30th) for Florida, whore tbey will make Ihelr home.' and Mrd, Hegfmbald, 'Oood, have ns their guests Mr. Regin- ald's and hJs wife. Dr. has -located- al Cralsmyle, Alia., to Dow Ibe price fixed In .ihc that Ihe iasl slale of'the 1 Cndfrul tanner will be better than' Ibfir Ijrothers over Ihe M Ihta Inlcrnrctallon Is realized, MMfte wlW be no need of complaint ori grain groweri In.lbA ftrtirft tfcat'lilo arrive. j opposlilon there. Ij lo the ttrtng tho price lies In a. vre 33 lo what the fanner M net rcstill, After tho of the various Inchlcnltla i Mtte nf aelllne Ihc A cirinnt but engage 'VlMtr IlkeirTK, the duration M to wben a final settb- If Ihc minds of B be In Ihosc Many Smiles tn.r Ili6 dim and dUUnt lulurc ID the gencUrr (hs Inillari, Chief l tie ranked with Ihe halo lhat clings around Illawaiha. The sinfloTcr has-been regarded as an aesthetic flower, fn the present aa a'lorage crops Id which 11 lends flsclf, It Is removing Tflial 1 wrong Impression. mon nnte.n ami ntnnctl reasserting Ihemselvpfl and coming for 'ffarfl Irom Uto temporary o: (ntcrcsl In future political developments Ga aecrilualed. -Kllrbener city council for the second lime have turned down the re iqrrejl of "llj'e Jhmst; of llcfuge ftu MEN'S SHOES WITH CHARACTER Arc what you find In onr a lock, and LKI3 coupled with a proper fit as jglrcii by our sates men know how it fit, baring all widths and styles to work (rom Iba weirer results In service comfort that can cnly M klUlned In a tLore confining Itsflf to footwear, also ApeciaUzlaff ta (col comtort and Herrlcc, Onr Pncet Rug t W-M to a Pair ASK TO BE FITTIO FOH ALL AOE> tin W. J. ,Co. AVCNUt'tOUTK _ i f tHCALOCK How Women Break Down Owing to tlie modem living and the nervous Haste of every woman to accomplish just so much each they overdo, and as a consequence develop ailments peculiar to their sex, as'is indicated by; backache, headache, ness, the blues, displacements arid weakness. who find themselves m this condition should slow down, and depend upon that good old fashioned root arid herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'si Vegetable Corn- pound, to restore them to health and strength, for there is no other remedy known .that so quickly restores a healthy, normal condition. Her? is the Story of a Most Remarkable Recovery Minneapolis, was run down and DCivoui, could not rest at and was more tired in the morning than when 1 went to bed I lure two youngest thiee months old, and k Wai drudgery to care for than at I felt ta irritable and generally won out From lack of rest and baby did not get enough Douruhmeni from me, to I ttarled to give him two bottle 'day. After takmg'ihree bottle: of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Gxnpound I felt like a new woman, full of life arid energy. It ij'a pleasure to care for ray children and 1 am very happy with then and feel fine. I nine nry Jjaby exclusively