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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn LETHBWDGE'DAILI MOUID fUESDAY, OCTOnER 7, 101'J letbbttfcge alberta J. DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publiihcn THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ilh South, Lelhbridse W. A. Buchanan President iad Managing Director fchh ToJTance Business TELEPHONES Butlnesa Office 1252 Editorial Olikt 1221 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations rtsent PB strong sentimental grouuds. They are pointing om that a con- sMerable of workuu'a lii recently opened Uriiisi toy are disabled soldiers, and ask if Ens- llsh rhiMrcn arc 10 play with articles made by men who slaw their lathers. In tbe case of German toys, we should Imasine (hat seullmerjl would, be more powerful (nan tarUls In teep- Icf iheoi oui countries where they are not Oesired. If sentiment against them is siring euouga he will be a man who will Import German toys for sale to the British public. DEMOCRACY AND THE PRINCE. Gossipy persons. U hare PEOPLE SAW H.HH. Were Pleased With His Kindly Cross Elects Officers For Year this disease and not try to hinder them 43 lltey have in many pml Instances I done. Through a of tbe Central Mange Committee, tbe Domin- ion government bis signified U will- logneu to the mm of towards itu erection ?f each Email dipping vat th'tmghout tie area. The location of Ibese vats la to be decided upon by the eiocfcmen resid- ing fa the different districts ot tbe mange'area. The lion. S. P. Toliuie. Dominion rnLa'ster ot attended PICKED UP IN 1ASSING MAN A big lumber mill will be built near the mouth ol the Bear Hlver, B. C. The award ot the board of concilia- llou was entirely acceptable to the (From O'ir CerrrsPcnJenO NODLHPOnp, CM. Xobleford ivojiJo drove lo manee oiecilns Calgary during thiM1 acceptable to j Stampede, au.1 tbe mailer'was clcatly employees. placed before him. Dr. Torrence, iho of-veterinary tllToclorgcnpral of Canada, .alteqded a subsequent mc-eiiDg lo Cal- brldge on Thursday to ineei II. R. H-'jjary daring Sepl. Tho moreincnt to the Prince of Arnon? those -el rid ol imlh tbe mange Hiid the Mr. KllpnUii-k aaj stall. i mange area has DOW been started and M. A. Brown: >lr, asd Mrs. Juries jt IB up !o the stock owners 1u that BrgLoald MarcU3 bas returned (o Trail from Calgary and taken a posi- tion as electrician the Consolid- ated." Without a record rote the U. S. confirmed the uomluattou of ihelr ulRce in and their exist- Murray. and Mra. Pepevr, Mr. aud-area to keep ihia movemenl going., ,_ inerp a t eir eii.i Md jand lo co-opcrato with iheur mlgbl Braud Whltlock. of Ohio, to be am ence has been made known to the Morning -Alberlan as a result of the choice o[ partners bv the Prince la tbe rarions dances ie attended Ihcra SuBurlBtlgn Dally, delivered. per neei Daily, delivered, per rear ;.5i> Dally, by malL per year 5.00 "Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year lo U.S. 200 1 and elsewhere, "sossipy Dates of eipiiv of subscription ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance o( papers alter ciplratioQ daii? fS.our authority to coatinue Ihe ?ub- THE BREAKDOWN OF PRESIDENT WILSON. In regard to these ibe Calgary paper remarts; have social cliques ID this coun- but 'no soc.'al cast 65, That some persons would like lo change this democratic stale of affairs ia evi- denced by the amazed comments ot M E. L. Co3y. and Mrs. Murray enter- tained at iea in. the royal train on Thursday, by Mr. Svho is a member e; she Prince's in helping lo rid -Mbetin ot the mange anil the restrictions aud tbo pa of regulations which go vlih It. Every cattle oviier In the Uagrath, Spring Coulee, and C artist on districts Is re- Mr. R. A. Pay was erismged to play quested to be present at tho ui for the Prince's b-U in We have linallj- seen and heard His Royal Highness, our future King. Even the children's hopes were grat- by tho readiness and warmth oC his smiles. And akbough we may feel. BS one little chap was heard to say. cerlaln gossipv persons, on the actli" ily of the Prince ot Wales recently In dancing iclih the pretty daughters of J this and thai Trestern citizen. amazement is rather labored. If the I hes JUFt a tne lhat we cac come in touch with and hands with -our CUture king Is force in making us all real Canadians and true Britishers, even of Lhe charm.ns girls are daughters of farmers, brokers, lawyers and other industrious oil'-tens ol this K lie Prince of writing, lies will he watched wllh I in Canada with Canadians he must be 'considerable interest tht world over.] There are no'other preatni from ibc re- J "Sules In Cacada. eccion of much mental and phjsical In speafclng ol the ladies with whom Elre'n In repect to great respon-'tbe Prince dancefl. the Albertan. might list of lie Prince's dancing partners thoagh many of us do claim some mile Is closelr Bcarmed it is found that all ECHWS the as our old home. sibllities which' ho did not shirty in eiideavorins Lo make all that has been rained bj the war enduring. v! There Is not a doubt thai the Presi-1 dent, in the great influence he ed bclh in regard to the Pence Troaty a'ud the League urged by 'the most and al- tnjfsiic raollTes.' That'there' were in b'is OWTI'couolry" who, in Iheir the' oE Nations, failed to bestow on him ih'e guerdon .due to labors worthily cannot but have b'ee'n a source of dis- appointment and distrHction to him. To bfl (aced.'with .the conteQlibn has met OQ fats return to the Stales can cot bnl haTe been gall and'Konu; lo a dUpasItion such as.his. President Wilson may not be aUo- .jretb'er perfect in his sensing o mar taVe his viewpoint prejodiced by. a too idealistic Ihern. -'.His own-couuLry, however, and tbe in general -wil have much to fjffain by hlg be'nB eparerl on 'those benerolecl; .InfellecJuel statesmanlike which- have (Iven him a name'-and'a fame. hare added lo the daughters dustrious citizens" the fact that In many cases the of tLo trince ere InduElrioua in themselves, .to their very 'great credit, In being en- gaged fo wort for themselves. This idds to that democracy on which Can- idlans In the main pride themselves and lo Ihe1 Princs gave B ery filllnj'appTOTal In the selection ot his dancing partneri. ;THE END OF '-ITHE.BRITISH STRIKE. After ten 'duration, the. big Rev. Ceo. G. Barrett, of Grassy ake, loot charge of lhe" services In obleford church oa Sunday, "There as a good attendance. Her. and .vrs. James Leslie ejpuci o leave on Monday, Oct. the At a meeting of thd Tied Cross soc- ei.r on Friday ereninp tbe iincers were elected for the remaind- er of lhe surrent year: Swalles', as president, to succeed Mrs, Leslie, and 'Mr. W. Buchanan as secretary- reasurer, to.succeed Mrs. Harris. LQNDON-, Oct. (neuter's) Perhaps I tic outslaading feature o( tho settlement of the railwaymcn's sUika There is cotstderable dlscnssion as lojis the fact that It leaves DO bitterness -whether Ihe _Red Cross should DChind. As one negotiator remarked THE BONDING OF THE IRRIGATION DISTRICT. H will JoL be very long belOTa'aa election will he held In the Lelhbridge Northern Irrigation district In the matter of' bonding the same- The figure, per acre wilt depend on the esti- mate of the work or the dlEtrlcl engl: neer. With'.this, in view, it will be _ rrigation proje done, in t "acre-i.fQr' the issue 'ol bonds for l.nancing these projects.. In lhe slate of'Wash in glen, lie ralue of.Irrigation has rjeen so greatly estl 'mated, lliat in one instance land has over J20D an acre tor hoiidlDg purposes. Tlila is denoted by Hem: -.WashJ, -Sept. One of Features of British Strike Were Amicable jawador to Belgium, London school teachers hare, re- sorted to collective bargaining with the board of education la claims for salary Hughe's bus taken the chairmanship of tho loan campaign which will ba launched In Kingston on October 27. After advertising for a commercial specialist, at a salary of fl'OO and re- ceiving DO applications, the Smith's Falls board of education Is at a loss as to the best method of procedure. Sinai Vachon, of Ham North, charg- ed with a criminal assault upon Clam Tenjblaj-, appeared before at Arlhabaska, and pleaded not guilty. Only IS daya married, Mabel Frag gBEso, Toronto, aged 17, commuted suicide by drinking carbolic acid. She died in the general hospital two hours after admittance. Motive for the deed Is given by tie police In the fact tbal yesterday monunx the woman and be continued here (or another year, AJso, there is some money still oa land, the disposal of which has not yet been decided upon. Several Im- portant Questions 'will come up for discussion at the annual meeting ID November. .Watch this column In the Herald [or announcements; -talk H over; and be on hand to give your opinions at the annual meeting. i Messrs. E. C. Craa- Etoun leU on night for Spokane, on a busings- trip. Mr. Cran- was'eipected to return-on Jghl, while Mr. N'obl_B will a few more days across thY tine. Miss E. Jackson, of Is Islting friends in (own. EaVe up In Ibe -school yard recently, of'which tbe children- haTe-been-makliiF eicel- lent use The'scarleL fever patients arc mak- ing favorable progress and ;Vill be glad to.have lifted. after the conference, "WES arc to rc3umo work iogelher more amlc- Qbly than ID recent months to? the general welfare of ihe country." Trib- utes arc paid on all sides lo Premier Lloyd George and Ibe conciliation work of the trades union conference whose Inter tent ton as mediators In on industrial dispute was ed In Watery. Curiously enough .the -ei- Iremlsl advocalep. of action were the" foreniDsi pc'ace'malvera and Etoun was-eipecwa 10 reiurn-on tun- is nowUttle-.apprehenslon that while miners will strike In the event of (allure, to secure nationalization of the mines by tbe deputation which Is (Coallniied Page..! raltwRy., has .When- UiB-liist' leejslalare created the aettled Jn a by Appreciate how op- poriune cor liow rap- idly would come "The- state reclama- tion toard, thro'Jsh Chief Engineer E. 31, CnaadJer and Ills staff oi assisL- outs, has been making complete sur- a trinmpb to" fhe riUilnde-'adopted by -the" Brllfslr GoTernmeni''. and.' a trlurapb lo the. shrewd 'common sense of the rallwaymen on strike as repre- by their leaders. V Thai a' tlghl of such pro-. -pDrttpna aa the recent slrike in Great jOhanogan project, comprising quences, would be allowed to proceed with anfl the peoplejso far .with.Ibis blgjnndertahing as to reys for the lalfeed-of Methow- more 'be conceived In Lhe knowledge we ;bave of British character. The slrike .-WflJ of a nature, in its far-reach- effects, that H'wta Impossible that -ft 'seined toe public gympaihy. Ii Tvai; therefore, only a nPaflcr of coucEe Ihelr own proleclion Ihe cltL-' '.seii.B.at.iarfe'Bhotild have come.Tolun- lo. the, aid of the GoTcrnioenl in aa far Ss possible tftc determine Ita feasibility, the charac- ter, of construction required and Us probable cost. Within six months; of tbe date of creation of Ibe Elate board Ita en- gineers bare furnished to the pro- posed district such complete'da I ft that the district board has ordered an elec- tion lo be held on October 4 lo PEES upon of in bonds to provide for the lands for .cons true lion. U is not likely that the assessment the LethbrJdfle Northern district j _. :f .iof the Btrikt. There wero approach anything like ?200 an 1; In ihe lale slrike jacre- u ia more( probable that It will showed a cerlatn imount of te Io .lhe neighborhood of one-fifth hlshhanaedness' on the part of aiinl- Tne facl. however, or la precipitating matters which >cing awessed at an acre ware under discussion. The spirit in1 which the settlement of. (he strike, was" made belokens A good Icellng which augurs well for the future reltlfooB between the Govern- ment, By employers, and Ifie railway Is'to be nothing in Ih6 .way of.rfltaJIflllon OD either side.-The agrees lhat tho'r men .iflll work hirmotiloualy with ihe men (Who rfiVufnbd lo work or remalnfid at irork; during'the strike. The Govern to i ralue i lhe extent Lo which t be increased by bringing water to It. A good thing IB worth paying for, and thai no doubl Is how lite peopl? tn the Slate of Washington j shortly Lo wall uoon-ltie1 premier. Tbe hope is that the emergency. syEtera'bf-rpad transport, which has proyedJ'most.BaccesEfn.l will be continued If tion. at Ibe' in Liverpool had'been done.'aa' ially" or Indastffal retrievable relieve conges- itilhess -.houses damage commerc- aa ir- niJghl ,'been struck the congestion continued... .ing this realising in Ihis; area .-have bad tpJeufferybscQUse of the eilatence bt.lhe dlEease and-of tbe resiricted area.' ,ln sending .rattle from this area to outside 'clearfaTeaa for feeding purposes, calUe must be dipped twice before they can be moved from tbelr home range: If they are France during the'wpr-; aiid Brig.-Gen. not dipped they can be moved 'butstde CANADIAN- PLAN WINNIPEG, Oct. Four generals, who Canada _ Te-organiie. reached, the city last nlghl; Th'pr arc Major-'Cen. Sir ,'W. D. Otter, laid Inapector-gener- a] of Ibe forces In Canada; 'Mnjor-Gcn, chief of t elaff in n- .Sir' Edward Mor- of Ibe area for immediate daughter only, and in that, case are often ,iold for a lower price than similar cattle from. a. clean be sold. A. McXaiighlon. :who, commaned trie artillery. The geiierala have been appointed a by the minister of mllUla Ib-vislt all'parla of tne Dominion and arrange for the re- Thai is Urged by World Alliance To Prom of e Friendship Through Churches THE HAGUE, Friday, Oct. international committee of the Worl AMIancc (o Promote Friendship Through.: the Churches, n Cou days' session ending today, adoplei resolutions favoring the admission o Germany to tbe council of tie worli aclMties. The commilUe vent on record 1; opposition to lhe peace conference de- cision again 01 German mU-sionarie and brged Lhe Immediate rcsumplloi ot German missionary work. illm, as far 3- "osslble, o[ lhe unlU nble, tbe cattfe must be dipped Defore they can be moved- This is often a great hardship on cattle during the cold weather. On rereral occasions all cattle from the mange. areas hare tbat fought ad Ian corps. with the Can- Trail. B- C.r had a fire leat week thai for a time threatened the business had close escanri from bclne Orthc town, but fortunately the entrance to Ibc U.. S..markets. .Iefficiency ol the fire department pre It might necessitate a con' sWcrably longer and narrower ahilc (0 allow proper action of Ihe root. you ray tor this service In purchasing your shoes al store no why not hare your filling dutic where lhp aaleamen know how to fit. Wo have width! (o fit. We know how (o lit. A8K TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES Co, (SO THIflD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING r husband irere la the police court I to trrajige for x sopnratlod. Sir G. Falconet-Idea reserreii utcli-'j i la the, suit brought by John. Molb ac, Buffalo, real estato man, alnsl W. E. Mayhevr, Klgara asking half-Interest of Ills fac- .1 Mayhow Hals, Hailed, Niagara lls. __. The Patricia group on Marmot "rer, B. C. has yielded a gold assay it has come of (lie people that vicinity, as It shows a return J32.10 In gold aud 3.46 lu silver. John S. MscdocaW, i Colllnrrood uffeur, was seutenced to six nths' luinrlsonaienl for steallni a otor car belonging lo Georgo A. auuont. Macdonald Is alleged to ve takeu the car from Ihe Toronlo hlbltlon grounds. A Judgment of the railway boarj ants tho appllcallolt ot the Quebec, ontreal aud goutberu Railway com- ny for an Increase from 3.45 cents 1 cents per mllo In Its passenger lea betweeu all elatlous on this lino railway. A queer tola comes from Aruos, iltlbl, where Alp. Dupuy, of Dunuy. bltlbl. la said to have reported tbo ath ot his son, Arthur, whom the olice were looking for on a charge ol tho draft. Detectives dlscov- red Uie youtii, who -was Irled before n Ontario' tribunal and seqlenced la ree years ID the penllentlary. The Lawson airplane, which landed Connellsvllte, Pa., several days ago. liile en route from Washington to avion, Ohio, was shipped on three Your Children Deserve Til BY will appreciate and learn muslo. muoh Taster tioy tayu a really good piano tu play on. There's none better (Lift MASON R18CH iDvestlgato our method Ot "Factory lo Home" sell tne- Easy learns of payment. Ask for style catalogue. Oilmen) BlKk Homi of (hi railroad cars to Dayton, whether It will be rcaEemblcd Lo reaume Ite flight to San FYanclBco. Banking Service VOUR banking requirements may be entrusted io this Bank with every confidence that careful. and efficient' service will be rendered. 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