Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR DAH.T WEDNESDAY, OCTOHlin 8, 1U10 letbbriboe Iberalfc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publisher! THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Slrett South, Lelhbrldgt W. A, Buchanan President and Managing Director ifohn Torrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Builneu OUicc Hltorlil Ofdc............ tss. To get over this difficulty ei- pendents were made with MODS, md it vu found Ihat they had diroc- ional hearing under wa'er up (a the speed ot six knots an bour. Tbe construction of ihe hearing or- guns of the while wn also brought into use. so ascertained led lo the making of hollowing towing bodlas Itn'ne form of I'jb or porpoises. These were mada of celluloid, varnished ciuva-. or vi-ry liln metal, and the hydrophone suitably fixed In the centre of the By these means it wds made possible for a chasins ship lo pick up and close in on a sub marine situated more than a mllo iway. With these devices it Is now possible lo sweep Ihe seis for detection of any submersed objects, such as Ice bergs, submarines, surface vessels and rocka. Another important mailer referred lo by Sir Charles Parsons was what British had accomplished In regard to sound ranging apparatus for Locating enemy guns at the front These gmi9 were located from elec- trically recorded times at which the sound wave from the gun passed over M number of receiving stations and en sblrf our :ihillery to concentrate the'.r fire on ihe enemy's guns, and often lo destroy them. By tho end of 1916 Ihe whole front was coverei and sound-ran sinj began to play an THE WASTAGE Important" part In Ihe location CAUSED BY FIRES. enemy batteries. During 1S17 loca the Riiraorriiimrr ind lions by sound-ranging reached abou for Ihe whole army, this num- Nimber Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rites: Itelly. delivered, per .....I .1' Dally, delivered, per year 7.5< bally, by mail, per year 5.0C by mall, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 100 Dates of expiry of subscription ap- pear dally ou address libel. Accept- ance of papers after eiuiratlon date is our authority to continue the sub- scription. Ticket Drive Now Lectures on Soldiers Home (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND. Oct. a meeting last night of (be'committee that'13 backing tba Chautaunua, 11 was report- ed that about half of the tickets were sold with a bright outlook for a full ale before.the opening dar. Saturday. A strong drive will not only cover the Hayraond district but will extend 10 Stirling and Welling. The committee are entering into Ihe uork Tvith spirit and there Is lltlle doubt but that the Chautcuq.ua this fall will bo a success. Miss Colcman of Lbe Dominion Chautauqua was present and gave ninny excellent suggestions to the committee as lo Ibe best methods of disposing o( tickets She said" that the program this fall was one tbat she could personally guarantee and one ihat the committee need cot .be afraid of recommending tn their friends. The announcement of the various days' programs include some very at- tractive eveats and Include some noted names on the'lecture plalform. Among ihe speakers this season is Carnic, president In Flannel Shirt and Hobnailed Boo's (Joes To Ireland DAWSOX. Y.T.. Oct. ICKED UP IN ASS1NG rOHTllE BUSV UAM node rich reverted to Etandart Lime last Sunday. Vancouver has a broom factory op era led by blind men A large balloon passed over (Bob) Lsesoa, Yufcoa miner and Sound, Hying very lilgli, but not fast. dough" and champion chess player 01 Ihia put ol the But arctic, receully re- ceived a letter fnjiu his sister, Mrs. Mary Caiman, IAS Angeles, alfttinn be had hecomo -heir lo the lltle and estate cfcthe Earl of MHltown; Today Ws baggage anJ wearing a flannel, shirt and liobnajled hoots, left hert for Ireland to claim hla Inheritance. said that ir ha gets the es- While tale he- will buy a yacht, crulsa'around ISIT i0 the world, and'then return lo the ments. Yukon. elder brother, who Is heir lo lie tille, perished, il Is be- lieved, In a shipwreck seveml ago Recently Ihe search for Uin brother -was given up and Hie tll'a nnd properly awarded lo Lee-son. Tha cslnte, It is said, carries nn ancient castle with It. Everybody in Ihe Yukon country knows Leason, who came hero at the first la the stampede days o! 1S5S. 'All last summer he worked on a dredge, swinging a pick. Tho Manitoba cold storage plants havo dozen eggs In storage. Branlford milk dealers Etrongly op- poja.lhe paaleurization of milk. Labor and U. F. O. filled to agree on a candldala In Welland. Guelph citizens will vote on a by- money for park Improve- a stove with coal et health of Sail Salvador hat lilted the quarantine on ships from Corinlo ami Amapala In the gulf of Korueca. 1 Wra, Parsons, comedian and presl-1 dent and founder oT National Film Corporation, la at Lot Angeles. More than worth of Ektni were sold at the two-days' fur auction n New York, prices showing Increas- es of 5 to 35 cent ottr August sales. Scientific burglars used electric drills lo bore their Into a safe lu a New York store. They got J3.- 500, but forgot their up-to-the-minute eet of tools. Four large baking companies at Columbus, Ohio, pleaded gutHy tu combinlug lo fix the pries ot bread, were fined fl.OQO each. to death when a in eugine fired a turn oil. Aedlla Dranl. Orlllla, was fatally burceil, Goo. Pousouby, a St. Thomn con- tractor, will pay his ali- mony. Drantford's population has Increas- ed 1.S2-1, according to assessment re- IEFS wastage caused by fires, it Is only Jilting'thai a dsy, such as Ihat of October 9th, be appointed for bringing .the people'to a realization of what these enormoua losses mean. An fancna! lois .of twenty millions lo the JJonuntdn- and: .one of Iwenty-lhree ber being greater than that given hv any other iueans of location. A single set or observations could he relied upon to give the poailioa ol an enemy -gun lo about 50 yards at yards ranEC. It could aUo be of the Returned Soldiers' National league of 'Ausrralla, who has. selected a highly important end.timely 'topic, ''What Australia is_Dpuig for Ihe He- urned Men." He spent four yesrs Yance and Galllpoll. The second .j .j ff A v peator Is Arlhur Parker Miles, who 111 lecture on "Tollow Dl.ps." -The two arp Captain Wood carried on during considerable artil- lery RCtiTity- millions.as occured last year, are stu- pendous Fgures which tai the imagi- nation in the eiacl relation they stand Ho national economic, waste. In our province ihe loss occasioned by economic storm cenlrc. fireJael year ran lo millions total of human life amounting to EUty-oue. It is well that these fads "should be broaght home 4to us with the greater fact that, in the large percentage, these losses hare come -about through carelessness, and there- fore were preventable. _S Ihs and Mrs. Zehner, citizen. It Is not forgotten that the who also hails from Texas, "who will schools have for generations done ei- In'the'schools-on October 9lh, Ihe day will be devoted to Impressing tbe in regard.IP flrea ou.the young-ajid to urge and cultivate the Vaense of responJibtlity of each Individ ;ual In co-operadng for preventing this ,-great and disastrous national IOBB. time. Attention has betn drawn to the danger in regard to fires occaaionc, Sy'Tnborsff That 'UieiXLm'eans .creating fires, should, be made, a tcnolnalvbfieneB-.-are' aw Judicious steps in the common welfare the wooden bulldiEgs which form .'the feature of prairie towns and cities and, in GOT own cise, the prevalence high winds, a-very close'Consider urgent In regard lo Ihe origin "apd spread of fires. TVilh the grea '--nallonaf assel our.limber is, the.al 'tentlon to Ihe prevalence of forest lira. ''Is one which claims a national duty in outbreaks which have "The le'ssona which Ihe Institution ot :Ocfober, 9lh seeks to emcbaslie jibould be productive ol much good. continues to be the Strikes have pparenlly become fashionable therc. Vncn S9.000 a year is made on a investment, there are businesses than (hat ot a bam curer. The lessons on prevention, ot losses by fire wnlcb Thursday, October Sib, intended to bring claim the aHea- ,lon of old snd yonnjf. To Inquire fully into the nature o lie natural gas franchise appears to be abundantly needed at the present ,.With[ -the acrimonious discussion which appears to be the rule in Ib House Just hoTrlit.Trill .be ft case Tit many members of being troly ibankfu when Thanksgiving Dsy comes, To he br-nol ip be in regard lo tbj prohibition "measure, is somelhlni which Ihe Government not appea Lo be too anxious to get speed 11 settled. jfUl make'Uie; With, the ylall of Prince, lo th city )here Cannot but b'e .a new con ceptibn.'of'Royally in a general way In this coricepllon" Ihe' gain will bo. riggs, of Tesas, who has an inspira- onal leclure which he; "Play- 0. A A A THRIFT IN THE SCHOOLS Increasingly Insistent Is the demand that the schools" of thts Dominion teach that they equip the child Lo do the full duty o[ a good Mr nnd Mrs. J. Curry) Woodstock. celebrated Llie 50lh anniversary of their wedding. tico. A. Anderson, dccL'jsuu, lett in his will Lo the St. Thomas Y. M. G. A. Yarmouth fanners and people In the vlclully are In'Lng to obtain Hydro- Four men were burned on a Pennsylvania farm cpark from and Bilo. When two New York boys, badly battered, appeared In court for fight- ing over the ownership of a stray )2 bill, the magistrate fined them }1 each, aud tool: the bill In payment. A druggist at Wls.. was ar- rested, charged mafclDg nn error lu filling a prescription, causing Lhe death by poisoning of a sli-year-old Loy. Dan McFarland, of Halloybury. pleaded gulity lo five differ cut. charges ot. househreaking, and sentenced lo three rears in the King- ston Penitentiary. TVhen a 50-sallon hot water tank exploited In the kitchen of a Brook- lyn, Mass., home. It demolished the room and was hurlod hvo hundred feet through the flir, striking a house MO feet away. No one, wns Injured. real a topic of much importance to very cJUien, "Forces that Help or Under the Progress of a Nation." The musical side of the Chautau- ua Is alsa promising with the follow- :g well known 'entertainers', advertise d: The Francis. -Heiidrj-.! company; he Venetian Tri and ills's Ollre" ?rlma donna, who will sing two groups. f songs. v, The Raymond fthantniiqna'opens "at neit Saturday and will continue luring-Monday and 'Tuesday. The afternoon performances'will begin :al lour named and the_evening program al S o'clocc. Two more naymond men have re-' cellent -wort: but the experience, "o the last four years has fcrdughl the realization that a change In method and in a .shilling of la urgently A young mau'rmay V ba, an .'expert In .writing, subject may, none the. less, .display qualities ot and be' a bolshevik. An allered. type ofjlrmlnlng, a new view of the reallive yajues, must come. knowledge or'lhe'fundamentals "on which rests Ihe structure of democ- racy must be a part of all inslrucllbn worthy ot 'Ike may or mar a has done.BO d clsawhere. Hon- esly is indnstn' Is another, ahd valuable lo them.. Pie.'.Court has grown ED lall during .his days in tbe service list his friends hardly'knew With .the. victory of the Soi the greal world's series highly needed reaponslbilty. To ,s and very many losses such as havfi prerailcd rto conilbae would'be BppalKng. The Action taken by luiibrlty in the ap- pcinlment.of a special day to opea the iminds o[ Ihe people lo a realltalion of .the h.as'becii canssd by 'Ilrcs IB one which is in policy ot necessity. lave something to live for, for another least. The liitle ones among the school, children look on the Prince as the Fairy Prince. .The expression, "The King, my used struck the real [airy stary note. BRAIN9 -AND WAR INVENTIONS.- Tha address of Sir Parsons, made ;Asspc'atlon In Engbnd .last month, reached us opens' up a field of what science In devices for winning the '.war.'-; these .devices put In Ihe shade .luyihlng of; Ihe scisnllfic reputation 'vhtch has been accustomed lo be at- to Oerman ecleallsls. Wial are none olher lhan revelations lo 'their .character opens up a future for 'the brltlih Empire, the eitenl of .which cinnol be foreseen if acienco In ipoare Is made lo fulfil (be functions 'for.which It wag centralized In war. The name ot Sir Charles Parsons be forever Identified with Ihe of the steam turbine which revolullonlzed the use of machln. The he made ol 'What British brains did during the will remain the wonderment of present century, Exceptionally In- ..JtrcMlug Is whal Sir Cnirles Parsons had lo eay was the use of biology to .'perfect (he appliances for deleclnj .enemy eubmarlneB, Moving aubmar fnea' were the pressure 'wareV up In the water by vlbta I UorJBSproduced.'by (he veftsel and he' -machinery.' For deteritjlnliig dlriclloi two hyd'rophones' to two re held ear, wcr liseg. It hoirever, Ih .when'ihe veWel rfan .In mollon, o an rough, lhal Ibe water noise ;from Ihe draKlng of Ihs Inslruraen -Ihroufh the and from the wave 'itrlkine the ship Ihe noltt tilroiB'ihe'cndrhy vessel, soc tjoditloni IpslniraeDts were U5l the basehall In the States Is we shall; perhaps, he giving more attention lo the sleel strike there. For the present there only one 'alrlke" which we are concerned orer. nrned from France, Pie. Selman, woo m was In Ihe A. il. Ci, and Pie; Otis Zouri, who went over'Tvlth .the Amer-' .can expeditionary "Both'offthe aoys arc looking splendid and-state Frugality is an that the army experience has', been i important lhal Is being I nnnnin. Can- ada among other grTere speciallals. in ..Thrift': ft not" hoarding; it is not mlserllnessffn consorts not with the pessim'isL vfThillt is intelligent u'.are conservation for the'intTire, .wise and thoughtful sn'en'dingX Thef thrifty man Is an jop- timlst.-for. h'e his stored up rbe.taught in schools'.'-' This .wTjtii'ot add to the. iettcheri-' avery subject ol study-.cari be II helps lo liiculcflle of thrift. A thnft'.Ul'ub for tha'icl'iiEsrooma worka of the something ''about and some- Ihlnk aboul. Tlohrowshl, a (ariTicr. at the Xew York KflTy Yard, his wife to death last with having been Involved Sr.. the walked Into Detroit police conspiracy to ptotlde "eisy bil- dent an dale, passed away Monday to obtain a "burl in the navy for man who were elghly-seTenlli was surprised vrbcn to pay. children saw him kill of .M ltd ell, former prteldant ot Is charged wilh-perjury, has been United Mine of America, lowed oat on has Joined the new en estate., of mostly In railway association, and bonds, according to A peti- epidemic ot -yellow [ever Ing lermlriated and 'no ft5 nations are now affiliated In consequence of an increase lor letters ot idmlntslntlon (lied fn the surrogate's court of West having 'developed, Lhe superior council wages granted lo Australian county, New York. TO USERS OF VICTOR RECORDS W E pride on our prompt, courteoui ser- vice. wifll you for a customor, v (her Rtcordi To ChooM From Mall orders promptly filled, postago prepaid. Bvery record Ins.ircd agalnsl breakage Wrlua for C12 pago catalogue. MASON almonl Bltik Th. of thl. VMrala- he Interstate companies predict an early rise In freight rales. "People who Bleep In church should f. MimprllF-fl tu pay extra Just as they do on Pullman said Rev. L. 0. Newcomer, pastor of UIB Chucb of Christ at LoralD. O. Ldcut. Commander Christopher Marsden, S. Nayal Reserve, la on (Frfim.nnr hDmteir; ot friends ,ind-ilrs. A. P..G6dd'es' met at their.hpma on ning, end pleasantly surprised them'-ln lonor of Ihe return ot Iheir s.pn Arthur, who has spent some four In the service ot his 'country cas. Arthur Geddes, came In on Thursday and surprised-his parents, fe enlisted at'Phocnti, B. Cval that .Irao the noraa of his who since then moved lo-Magrath, so his return was a hnnch of surprises all give's; thing United for a common', aim, they learn esprit de corps. 'They como lo-know the value ot money and the principles of business; they'are Imbibing the necesary preparation for citizenship. FprHhc of soiall War-Savings Slamps afford an eicellent medium. This plan haa been highly successful in Ihe schools Ihroush. The crowd gathered Bboul S ot (jreat Britain, ot the United Slates, o'clock and when they Balked in on_nd 0[ canada the happy were all sur-l- laueht in the schools en- prised. 'AbonL 45 people were iLdustry because children and all enjoyed Ihemselves imnensely. wish to earr 50 lbat they may save. The evening was spent in playing Anlj m0rc than ever In Us history, games, after which refreshments were old neeas to Ka io -srork. served. 1 Production must, bei Increased. Pro- Postmasler Ssrlfl is enjoying a visit, hecoma tho from hia brother Cyril, wlio arrived i slogan from England last week. Mr. Swift i i----------- served throughout thelenllre'war. We j are glad lo welcome him to our 'lown." 5 c a package before the war Harold Wood a j number of ladles one 'afternoon last! week In honor ot 'Mrs: Wood, of Sail Lake City, who'has been' her guest during lhe: auramer. She was MONKEYS PICK NUTS Sumatra Natives.Have Solved Labor Problem. NEW Malays and lla- laks, of solved their TWO AVIATORS ARE KILLED on Cannera of Hamilton In the cry f supplying gravel and rollen heans o the boyo al Ihe fronl are found to ETJOENE, Ore., Oct. bo true, no punishment can he loo j Webb, of Glenrtale, Calif, evere for the- offenders. writes lo'Sclcfico, saying lhal (rained cocoanul picking monkeys tell al from ?8 lo lo their Lieut. J. W. skill. He adda, however, that they was killed: am very fiavage add will Infllcl a and Sefgl.; John C. McOInn, of bite whenever Ihoy get B j Lake City, was seriously injured when chance. With the popularity Ihe Frince Is meeting everywhere ho goes ho Is making a big success of his big trip wllh Ihe reimlls that will mean much lo Ihe further folldldcallon of the Infcfl which hind Canada to tbe-Mother- land. When, a district In State of Washington la bonded al over an acre for Irrigation purposes, ihe farm- era ot Southern Alberta who hare a chance of gelling Irrigation al one- fifth of Lhat sum should consider Ihemselvea exceptionally lucky. Ihe-airplane-Ijlcnt: Webb: was piloting ell Into Q -tall .spin and crashed tc arth al Bedford jesterijfty. Does legal training lend ID longevity? The quesllon may well be asked when we note that Ihe doyen In Iho legal profession In .Ihe Drltlali Kraplre, In notv 96 'years will, there four years, If he llvca ae long become a' CcnlprtsrlsiL Quebec O. W. V. A. has added Iwtnly-five new members. c a package during the war 5 and c a package NOW GAITERS Ladies will find trial a good comfortable combina- tion in footwear is Oxfords or Pumps with a pair of gaiters, IcngtK with imdcrslung buckle.) These are neat nnd Lldy, as an being serviceable and way to reduce your foolwoar bill. Gaiters are Priced from up THESE ARE IN WIDTHS W. J. NELSON 620 THIRD AVENUE SOOTH tHERLOCK BUILDING THE FLAVOUR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE!