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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim LETHBmfiGE DAIT.Y ocronEn i. inio Blbecca DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprltlon and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Lclhtmdjs W. A. Birehanan Presided, and ManaglDj Dlrccccr John Ton-ance Business Manigd iCONTlNUED KIlOll i'll and. in the endeavor to live up to the same, made the name of tho Rojal North MountsJ 1'olictf an. illustrious one. These are the days when ihe old order chanfieth and all things are lo fit the needs uf modernity. The deslgnalic-a of the H. W. M. F. (at the ejpense at the_ is folk'trinC; In the groove ul later history. It !s the irend o' '.lie times right. To S3T iltlons, we cm rot aftori to mid wcl- [are pf a larso part of the cotumuii When vrorkots ure told thei'e is no lu.irE-.ri (or them, they -point, very happened Ii corrA-t, U dlfllcuH to aTold the conclusion that tha Etrlkers acted with great Vjuwlsdom la rejscl- 1D5 Ihe terms." The refuses to dpspilr of a jetllenicnl lie, govern- ment launched iti appeal for Ja cill- before the result ol next onferfnee becomei Icovra. step Is'HIkely In the mesn- (Ime rejsoalpj." frienlly renewlug Us plei for an PA AICKED UP SSING FOK TUX BUIY by subscription by Oct. 21. TELEPHONES Business Office........... Editorial Office Mfmber Audit Bureau of Circulatioi Subscription Rates: i which Ii is lo be employed, mates tho Volunteered strfke. declares tho new Bltuatlon sslnration froa R. X. W. M. f. lo ;o meet the sltuailon. the', shows tbal the industrial !a C M R lo signify rjiln-JTmr-u's cause Ii generally un-1 the qusrrel 'thing tiat it convoys. But however'. popular. Their methods In springing outset and necessary (0 authority the uew the quarrel was a "pretense, from the- declares: 'The conflict Is actually between English IJolshevikl and tho con- Venerable Archdeacon Hichardson has been superannuated by the Synod ot Huron. Bruce T. Graham, llallfai. proml- uenl younc bsrrlster, dropped dead in the police coiul. :iuuon may mean, the altered name jbeuer of wealth U now I .tuulional governmenl." It proceeds '.vili rob tbo famous force of moucleJ -one of the most popular sentiments' to tell of a "dangerous anarchist coa- 'iic'.lce of much of those assoclillem! ipreraleni. Tbe cause of the under- proofs of which 11 says, of pride workers has many champions eilsl, Ihe Xatlonil I men of wLU'h glvo U a place western lainds. U will be bidding i good bje 10 someih'nj where in meni' i cry there micgles affecllon ani regard those who liavo worked hard- to defeat the strike." The government .Is condemned by the Statist for withholding Informa- men haifng teen selected from lb.9 oilier members of tho triple .alliance to start against "with a view to estab- lishing a soviet government." The government's last offer- Is de-lt, Dally, by mall, per yeiir AVeekly, by mail, per year by mall, per iear to U.S. ln-iih ihe awe and respect due to law :tioa which would enable the public H 10 JuiSgnwnt of the posl-i scribed by the Herald, labor organ. and jubilee f.rmlv enforced. 4Dd Mines SIea, dejj iQSull of all. the truce The pjrsonuel o! Hie new force 'ffill ,te 5I1id on boln being suggested to enable the cjibl- doubi ccnliriue as It Is, hut with -it is citrpniely regrettable." says'net to complete its strikebreaking ur- !he new name it will not be loo much the newspaper, "that hitter feelings gauizaliou-" ,sl a srea, deal of the re-> been stirred up The premier St. John, and vlio nero traced lo Chatham, and placed oa a train to return home, hire cot been heard ot Bin ce. Since the Ccnullui Forestry Corps left Smith's Lawn Camp, Llie rats baVo icaJe an on Green. The whole of a twenty-acre flelj ot barley. helonglng to John Richards, near Oeslry. Kug., was destroyed by f. Plait, or Pieton, tornier- lo himself uses language which Dates of espiry of subscription pear daily on address label. Accept- ance 01 paoi-rs nfit-f iiiio is our authority lo conlioue Ihe sub. ftcrlptlon. (rom ought the the appf us Ml lo ihc old (a rd things have ihe.'r and the example he has set Is hclc? followed by wrptch- .cd irlio ivisbes to curry favor I with the poivcrful. Much has been ready {or the Victory 'written lu the reactionary press that j is (not merely without judgmrnt. bin Ihe strikers constUutional right and -in view ot the fact ihnt the strike en- 'lails suffering 10 themselves nnd farm- NATURAL RESOURCES FOR THE PROVINCE. The announcement thai iSe urotlure Vi'jme Sticts are again warming colj will gel ila natural resources by latlon al the nei'. session is one which Tanks of the h'ghest imporlance in re- j Strawberries in October! The tnc 'gard lo Ihe future history o! Alberta. Prince irill hive ?s to' accuse traues H means when legislation is pui! home as Ihe saying goes, j unionists of acllng in uller disregard Inlo force ths end lo n Ions conlro- lot the nation and ot individuals coni' Tersial Issue. The Issue at tbe plaything of p; ns conlro- ot the nation and ot t one lime Taber with one system of irrigation ros'.ng it." hand wants Th'., is onlyJ in regard to this, did not s-scme natural. You c.icnot have loo much thai consideration wblcb. In the people of a good ibing. us a whole taking a share in it, makes it a serloTJa one. program mapped out for aad oi M W.L Declares He Address Sold- iers On This Question At Later Date SUMMERSIDE, P- E. I.. Oct. 3 HOE. L. MacKcnzie King, address a maaa meeting here, thaokeil the Liberals of Prince county lor giving aim nomination and esprcssed ap- i !h? The changes time" brings and llie hours and a half in the Prince's visit cusc as OL e o sorts of criminal Intention." it says preclation of the, warmlb cordial )n conclusion, "ive are guilty- of a My of him on great wrong find run the list of bring- 'ing about most serioas conajtioa In new developments in their alter i was tompleied-In ICES than half the the aspect of things, and men are time and with no unhappy resulla. prone thereby'lo see eye lo eye. In regard to the natural resources Ihls may be said-16 be true. H Is "safe to say ttel the province" there Is Ihe present time a unanimity as tc 'Ihe necessity of_ its. controlling Us In ths question o: the province, ac- quiring IU natural resources, a great deal hinges, so far as Southern Al- Army Is Called Out The most sensational feature official sUitemenls which have been With the mediation of other Unions in the strike in Great issued was that calling (or zens' army." This -was Issued 103 an ,n thls dewspapers, bat surficient Britain i! shows lhat matters will'Ml "prominence Is given il In the news be allowed-to reach a point -shlch' Editorials on. Iho strike ex- Jpress regret over the failure lo hriue about negoiialions and the openins or la new, doubtful and possibly danger- i. the oua phase of the siluallon. CommeriL icll at Ihe Ham-'is colored according lo the attitude spells nattonal disaster. The recommendation. Trades and Labor Coan'i ilton Conference in regard Jo mnnici- berta Is concerned. Apart from seating [or means ol availing change that will belwroaglit in the themselves 01 the loan nnder the Fed- province as a whole, it will put an eral Housing Act should not, like most end to what, appears to be a contra- recommendations, begin and end there. Tersial issue .between the Federal The bousing problem is too serious R leacli strike. has taken t Provincial authorities and remove what mar be regarded Sis 'a real or an apparent anomaly, ID the ,it is Viewed, in regard to the .rcfaUon to Ihe tbe irrigation bonds wlille not" con IrollinE the water which 1s the' im- portant factor in Ihe ca.te. Wilh lie leillemenl of the question of the rjatural resources, the ground will al least1 he clear and eveylhlng of con- tention removed. The question of the province acquir- ing Its 'natural resources la one which has been left too long wit boat ment being made. The people of the proTince have had the promise ol the fulfilment of their desires dangled before J'ialc eyes. But so far dis- appointment has been their lot. It has proved to be so muck Dead Sea trulL U is well and reassuring lo note that, In tbe announcement In regard to Ihe natural rejources, It la said that It la only now that the proceed- ings have reached a stage where It can be announced fair degree of certainly that the Da Lara] will be transferred. This augara Tell. Wbzl Is more hopeful Etlll is the wngnlne Tlew held by. Premier that Irrigation development can ba preceeded with without HQJ delay. -The Daily News, which baa advocat- ed Abridge building" and. has been generally adverse' to the government, commends Premier Lloyd George for making an" advance loward the jnen ye'sierday, and says: "It the official account of what his arrival last night. In taking up the crlliclsra levellet against him for alleged lack of service in -King said- he wish-lo "traffic In patriotism for liol Ltical but if there- had been a contest he-would have, had lo sland on his war record and he hoped t have Iho privilege of addressing la soldiers on this issue. I answer to the 'charge of his politlea enemies thai ht had resided in th United.Stales throughout Ihe war an had relurne'd Ip. Canada only to; tu Iher his own .political ends, he ;Rnt? he had: uever resided in tie Unite States al any. .lime except when h was allendingltlie :Unlverslly ot Ch cago for "a year and. Harvard tor, years, and. that was 25 years ng Since hnd resided conllnuftus- ly iima as In the Unilea the; war, I said Mr. King, iras 1n answer to spec- ial calls' to.-asslsl-in-bridginB about ivarden ot Kingston s.1 Ihe ago of S3. Penitentiary. One man was killed and 13 Injured an explosion at the Canadian Vlet- 's Shipbuilding Co., Montreal. caused hy an overheated lank. I ihe second in a couple of weeks, did J5.000 damage lo Branlford Roof- Ins Co. Gladys Fraelis ivas sentenced lo the Ontario tlefonnatpry for three monlhs for having liquor In a tail-cab at Windsor. N'elle O'Shea is suing the city of St. Thomas tor J5.OTO damages lor In- juries received by being thrown from a slreel car. Members of the upholsterers union went on strike lu Kitchener and Waterloo for GO cents aa bour snd an A three-acre farm in Lower ilh- eight-hour day. nglon. Cheshire, was sold recently you can tay tic ViclToJa troui uj why U gives you access to all over selections In tha BIG FREE RECORD CATALOGUE for it. Easy terms to those who de- sire them. Vlclor Records play perfect ly on any maclilnc using fibre or steel needles. or J2.SOO. Four acres of King's Wood al vceds Costle. near .Maidslone, tug., ave been destroyed by fire. Xfchola street, lloiton, is the long- st street in London, Eng., wlthoul a urning on cither side. Mr. McGregor, cashier of the gas rorXs at Tinlon, Staffs, committed iulcldc by shooting himself. The operator was seriously hurt vhen tbe Royal Cinema, at Cleslborpe. jlncoloshire, was burned. Alice Esler Crowloy, aged flfty.-flve, a Canonburj- housekeeper, commitled suicide by inhaling coal gaa. It. twenty-eight weiiks, rats were.kllled in Leicestershire, al a coat lo the county council of "Willie cycling lo a park at Weston- Snepr-Mare, .William .Wlllougbhv" col- lided -ffltll a molar car and Lillian, and Mary SlqphenE- "who went wllh. a- show company leaving UNITED Blick of Vltlroli' 11 J. Kitchener plumber, nearly lost his life when overcome by gas while making repairs al the i Waterloo Spring Co. Windsor manufacturers and the Government bousing committee have Joined lo provide temporary shelter for the homeless families. Because J. Massey Ch'alham. irought 22 quarts of '-whiskey from' to a friend In Windsor, he I vas fined anil costs. I Milk producers in Kent county will "the hoard of' commerce to hold a session In Chatham lo Investi- gate the cost of producing milk. A board of-conclliation has been tip- lolnted-tq Inycsljgnlo. the dispute he- .ween Ihe -Minto'Coal Mines, ot Now Qrnnswlcli-, and-the inlnets. JHE PASSING OF A HISTORIC NAME. The Royal North Wast Uounled Police, Identified with lie letters R. W. M. P., ere as a name to pass away and lo he known ID tbe future cs the R. C. M. P., meaning the Horal Canadian Mounted Police. The change BS announced In the Houte by lion, amalgamation of Ibe force with tbe dominion Police. Br Ibe change of name of a blslorlr j force, a landmark in the traditions of I the West betoraes From a matter of sentiment losing ol ttie familiar name of a familiar unit js greatljr to be regretted. The letters H. N. W. .M. P.repretenl ID epitome almost the whole history of the west. They aro symbols of evolution from the days of lawlessness, when Ihe culjle' rasliers roamed abroad, to Iho rtayfl when, by Ihe splendid work and morale ol tbe Koyal North West Mounted Police, crime of IhlB descrlp tlou became the exception rather loan the role. i There was nol'only tradlllon but romin'ce weaved round Ihe lellen N. W. M, P. There was the romance of achievements which bronjrhl a halo round the force with which Ihey were awoclaled. The" wore Achievements which built up traditions which were inherited iiosi; irho followed as woarcrs of flic GROWTH OF INSURANCE Official statements and figures show tbat the amount ol life insurance plac- ed ic Canada (of the first sli months of the present year la equal to tbat lor the whole of which, aggregated about three hundred' million dollars, and It Is eslimaled that the 1019 total will reach hundred millions. A varlely oE reasons are advanced for this amazing practical eiMblllon of care, and thought- The working out of the Insurance plans In many localities is" eald lo have had Its Influence as an object lesson lo many heretofore heedless men 3o also haa the epidemic, nnri the fear that there auother. Whatever it Is that is entitled to the chief it la certainly an Indication that common sense Is not BO rare B possession among lha men and women of Canada as Eome of the exponents of gloom would have their fellow-being beliere. ,t .Insurance has made Ha war Rgainst many active prejudices', sonic of.which still EUTTlre, liough no belter plan has ret been devised tor lha wage-earner; or. man to .assure the reasonable care ol his family or other dependents against Immediate financial pressure In Ihe event of his' death or while at any time his Insurance .Is always a negotiable asset. It is certainly curious la lhls.''day of general education and progress to find' that thsrs arc people, who Object to Insurance on one ol the grounds that ia-otlca advanced by people who will not make- IheJr wills, such an act h-a tempting of Providence. All the'superstitilona did not die-out with" the the day when women who were looked upon as witches were burned at the- slake .or otherwise cruelly doco Co death. Very few people who say that they can save as much as they would- pay Into insurance premiums ever do EO. A policy in lores Is an Incentive to keeping ui> the regular payments la order to enjoy all of bcnelllg that accrue unaer var- ious schemes of insurance, 3nd 'a premium not paid la a lemrtallon to spend tho money on some pleasurable luxury'or fancied need. Insurance News, Medicine IlaU REDUCTION IN PRICES FALL IN THE MARKET (Vrhieh we expected and wcro 7 .prepared for) HAY .AND .GREEN FEED .j.CaU -or aail THE; PATTERSON-BELL HAY i AND GRAIN CO- Union Bank Lcthbrldge, NOW-- Is the time lo call us about that fire insurance. DELAY MAY MEAN DISASTER THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Lettibridge Phone No. 651 Puzzle in Foot Comfort do your (tet fee] comforlable- when first you put your shoo -.on and lalcr feel-as !I they would Lursl your shoes? It is nol.Tiecfcssarily the faiill o( (he shoe. We know the reason-and.the method of correction. Brinff such troubles 16 us and we ivill cUralnale them Cor you you with comfort. Fitttnp shocs-prqperly and giving Foot Comfort our specialty. F'JTTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES ;W Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING Metropplitan Life Insurance Company The Largeit Life Insurance Business in the World. Paid for new businer.s in Canada during year 1918 Industrial Total Mreest amount ever issued In Canada by any company Amount of insurance in f6rce hi Canada December 31, Largest amount In force In Canada hy any company Number of Metropolitan policies held by Canadians December 31, 1918....... largest number in force in any company In Canada Investments in Canada exceed Subscriptioni to Victory Loans The Company had'nearly employees in Canada at the end of 1918. CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN St. Cyprtanl Church Hid malgamied conductctl by Itcv. Canon Murrell-Wright. iolf Communion, 8 o'clock. Matins, 11 o'clock. Breriaong, 7.30 o'clock. Sunday School, 3 o'clock. ST. AUGUBTIN'E'CHURCH Cer. 2nd >nd 8lh Street Canon J. E. Morrell-Wrlght, HIJt., Rector. Amalgamalcil Berclces, conduced by Rer.- J- S. .MurreII-Wright, will he helrl al SL Cyprian's Church at S a.m., 11, and 7.30 p.m. ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBRIOGE Riv. Chai. UETHODISi; Wfsley Chnrch Cravg, B. p., Pistor. 320 lllb Bt 3. Parlonage 4O4, Church Slaty W8 Claude .Hughes, L.A.B., Kut. Director II a.m.: MornlnE Worship: "The Chal- lenge of the Church." 2.30 p.m.: Grand .Hilly in S. S. Hall Dr. .Black 'arid Johnston, Ihe spficlarapcakera. 7.30 Jivenlng Service. Subject: "Thi Undying suggested by .Mr. greatest an'd'.lalesl book. PRESBYTERIAN Enox Church Corner 4th AVA. and 8th Gtreet 5. A. H. Denoon, Minister. E. F, Layton, orginTit and'cholr leader 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 run.: KlndOTgarlea and Beginners Clasa. 11 a.m.: Service. 12.15. Big Sisters. 2 p.m.: Big Brolhen. p.m.: Chinese .Class. p.m. Evening Service. THE UNITED 1 CHURCH OF 1 NORTH LETH'BRIDGE p-v. E. J. Hodgins, B.A., Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 Choir Lea dcr.r.Irs. F. Jackson. _____ 10 nm.: Junior choir practice, Corner 6th Ave. and 12lh 3U C. North of tho Sunday C. 617 12lh 81. Mnllns, 11 a.m. Brensong, 7-30 p.m. I Sunday School, 3 p.m.. In church. I IU 1 AOull Bible Class, 3 p.m.. In Pariah Hnll. I IJoy Scouts, Monday, S p.m., In Unity I i II.ill. I1 Olrl Guides, Monday, 8 p.m., In Pariah Hall. Volf Cuhs, 7.30 p.m., In Unity Hall, Women's Auxiliary, Monday, 3 p.m., in Pnrlah Hall. Choir Practice, Frldsy, 8 p.m. District Office 201 Sherlock Blocks Phone 339 11 a.m.: Morning Service. 2 o'clock. Beginners and Primary do. pirlmenls of the Sunday School the Hall. 2 o'clock, Olrls' Dcpl. of the Sunday School In Ihe Church. 3.16, Adult Dopl. ol Ihe S, S.Jn Iho Church, 7.15: Sonc; Service. Evening Service, ncv. Mr. nogoinworth, or Coal'Ialcs will preach. Church SALVATION ARMT Adjutant and Mri. Johnstone, C.O, Sunday, 11 a.m 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thureday and Saturday, 5.90 p.m. Public All Welcome. IkSSOCIATED BIBLE Dominion Bldj., 6th Street Sundays, p.m.: Dlblo Study. Sundays, p.m.: nlhlo Studs'. Wcdnctdays, p.m.: Dlhle Study, lolloped oy praise, prayer and Ue- lilnony iGcellng. Ail Wckotr.e. No CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (Undenominational) BAI'TJST FJnl Btptlft C'hureh Cornti 9'.h Street and 3rd Kr.. f. W. B.A., Pallor Mr. B Dlretlof of Chclr SclvlccB at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School and Bible Clasa nt 12.15. Tha Communion o( tho Sup- per at the close o! tho evening ser- vice. Tlie pastor will preach at both acr- Ticca. PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION JOS 13th Street North Sunday Services: Morning, 11 o'clock Evening, 7.45. Tuesday and Thurs'kr al S o'clock vyel.eemo Oliver L, Cu'Ul, Paitor Car. 3rd Ave..ini) SHh llble Kchool, 10.30: Mr. S. Xocfc, Supt. breaching, 11.30. >hrlfltran At 6.15. venfng Suhject; "ll Infant Baptfirti Thero will be flapllsmal Service lo the evening after preach- InE Bei-vlco, T. M. C: A. Sunday at 3 p.m. Speaker: Mcul. A. O. Virtue, M.O. Subject; "Our New Brothers." (Some plain storloa of the French and nclfflans at home, and Ihe Amcrl- .cans a deduction.) Special Glnging. Open Discussion. NOTICE jMlniBlcra arc rcmlndet] that church notice] tlio'.ilil he hand- ed In before nil' o'clock Friday lo ensure InBCrllon, KK thin Koca in preas early Sftt- urOay t 9 t fi CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull BlMK, 7th ttroit it tl I.IK Sublccl: "Unreality." Snnilay School conTencs .il the closn o( the Sunday morning oerrlce. Wtiinftvay Cvtnlnf, nMt t I P.M. flie reading room Is ope-Ti dnltr n- cepl Sandnya end holldart, (ron 3 to 5 n.m. where tho Dlhla and anlhor- (Eed Christian flclenco lltertlnre may torrowed or purcbusfl. public !i cordlnlly Invlled to >l- lend tha church EcrTlcM, rltH tia ;