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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta L'HUISIUY, 1H19 PACK ELKVE? Fastest Transcontinental Train in the World for the Business Alan in a Hurry heading The; Field of 57 Starters at v Xoon A, O.. Oct. In the ;icrjaJ derby fell lino hake lirip. three of AcMalmla Harbor this uioralng. Tlve I wo rebelled by Hie steamer An auompt will be made lo salvage Ibe Forty-Seven Started Oct. air- planes, plimed with one exi-cptton by military aviators, "started from here lodiiy. la. blaze An .aerial trail 9UK' adrosii Uio cOiitfneut and lu iltu jgrenlesL endurance and reliability contesl "in History. while ,15 "planes tpoX i lie air lor (lit? cast. Five more planca will learo'litre lomuiTow- Chicago toniKht Lieut. rploiatcr, and ivioncr of tho recent'round trip toutest bc- iivcaii "New York nod Toronto, flown" SiO miles froTri Mlneokt and landed at Chicago, white several oilier ivesl bourn) contestants wore over nighl at niiiRliannitdii, Jloclioa- ter. Buffalo. .Brrau Cleveland con- trol stations along tuo way. Triree Are Killed' hue bciAoeij llineola and HocV Island VMS Jl hours ami n mlnutea. allowing or Uie difference of ono hour lu time. Chicago Weather Bad CHICAGO. Oct. Hoac. com- mander at Ashburno Field, Ibis mom- ng eeut word lo the officials at JJryan leld, Ohio, asking that.all vealbouml machines be licld tbero until further 101'ce, because ol unfavorable coudi- lous iu Chicago. officer? which 1 Judge j Sir d'eorgc Foster Appeals To f Uoih Whips to Arrange for Thnnksgiving Day Postponement' OTTAWA. Oct. reply (o question by Mr. McKtniic in Ui house Ibis afiernouu. Sir Georgo Fos- ter said ho did uot tliink iL would bo possible for imrllainent Lo prorogue this week. There was an Important committee sUdng.'whfcli. not be able lo complete its report ns soon as i was As a. re.suii UK tieeu to Ihc liead- ol'lho American Hying cluh Lere, irklch Is co-operating with llie .service In .cotiductiuff Iho contest: Maynard Leading QMOHA.-Ncb., Oct. rjard: leading llie'ltaM in Use- Irans- contln'onlnl air race, arrived at Oalt- Sar-Ben "flying fic-M here at 12.4S p.m. .marfp the ook part, it was -ft! i Against O'lirien For IJriben- Th'f nut u iKiHco i ihe que.iiion Jebatc-i] before )3i all Thursday uiominK. question arosf die i thorjje preferred against T. C. O'llrlcu. J alb1; John' Doe, [or to bribe in ihc diiciiarse of The ace us td, vho RSTO LiU iinum f John DtK-, arrested ai -UauJM.iirc'i on tbo Iralu comTnB oiii 6f WlNNll'kli. on Ihp aJteReil charge day. ib- snow cis durtr-s the to of' ttc Sevefnl points njunced that the cabinet commit-. tee appointed to find a solution of the .Irish question would hold a session during the day. This, IV was stated, would be fpllowed by frequent setsicni, in order that its'wark-niiflhl be completed be- fore the conclusion of the peace treaty with Turkey In which cate J. the existing home rule act, sus- pended for the course-of the war, would tome irtti-'force. SNOW 'PEG central Itocli'etlcr, Buffalo, Ilrlmi and allies .coudjlions .-around Chicago1 bad .at (llara to resume- Eflafbound tilers tlirco jiHols were to Lakft ;CILJ-. U t tarl y 137 es "frpth ,'the eyng Jod dlslaiicc jrbm- Chicago 16 Lhla t morning and shortly attcrivti'rcl 'lie STHS on'ht's way to Des Iowa, 1J23 miles Crpui his: start lug point. His total elapsed FLYING TO NEW YORK 'the rily. u Sailings X. S., Oct. The bombur rarlcboro at 11.14 today on the projected non-slop flight to New York. mimics later Ihc out of sl When last seen at Partsboro; slie WAE'hcddtng rtuc west down tho. Day ot Fun or.' When llic piano' took air Ihorc'wag a light n'orlhn-csterJy breeze Lul. since (hen It .hflB fresh considerably atirt veered to "due wosi; mnkins a hcail from the oil her Clvlc tmnloyees ol Hamilton-hare received an iocreasc in sQlnir.djitlDg from October 1st. The Gap-Entering' NOT Lhai Its era. o! re Is here, Ihc business f.'ho tsy been tascd lo the limit, tougbi tocos1 to his capacity and yivcn nntll It' hurts is to be cons-derM tgaln. He Is to be penrJJUed io Troci place U> place quickly, biy freight IK to ba limdlcd proaipUr aiid-he -is -be given every aio-Istarice lo revitallic Ji: biJElcees of America. Tbc Tzlt-, T.-aj-s are the veins ar.d arteries .upon irii'cb, a health? business bodr rousi depend, liereforc rormaJlj- rauch oi lits help must como from Tre Caanllsri A privately. run rozd Is the first cf The rz-ilrc-i'ils In fcalp the .bvjlnets man.. Tnc nttr o( the C. P. oat or tJe Stat-'on iu McTnlrui, Illled to capacity on its.iiiree Ihou- izrid mile run.lo YanwuTcr. This S31 the'fastest transcontinental train Iri Uie Vdrtd.'iaaMn' the trip frorn Montreal In leas than four.dayri'lb' be eiacL 93 hours Slid. 30 from Vacco'T.'cr lo ilofli'real -in 92 bpurs 15 mlnulcs. the run bclDE made wilboul chazcc pf cars. A whole busineea da? Is [or the An connection with tbis'traiflils ihp faci.tial more eraJlj- registered from Scv EoEton jnfl n'Jicr lerlcau a cnulderiiJe Dum- ber booked for Danff, Lafeo wcsl.' One tUlnli5 ot a transconlincnlal" Irain 2.3 a tinsle.UBil, but In realitr it is mw3e up of a rjumber of com-, piece units. A dally Ecrvlce, the trip four dajT. requires foyr trains mnnlcg war fiimullaae- equipment oT the new delude train-baa'ar. eeiiniztcd value of usins foT the daily nsn uid 59'sleep- In? cars. 5 compartment 'carsj "15 diners ana 24 Icccraolives. Professor Carrie Derick, ot McGlll nas been appointed to llic provincial council of public inslruc- ticn. The Farmer and Merchant and Outside BRITISH ACTING WITH 'ALLIES. i LONDON. Oct. limited Horace S. ot Syracuse, lhc UriliBL gOTOriuncnl .Tras eleclcd presidenl or. lhc'lias Ufceu no tcparale .action lever with regird to Flume. Its'-tic- jCralciblo Steel Company, to succeed jUon hn5 Qnly been in conjunct LOR "Herbert resignci. with Ibe allies. .TRANSATLANTIC, QUEBEC'TO Ocl. 7Lh. Noy. MONTREAL; TO _ Minriedosa Manilcbii tcpo'itc'l Irosi. tempted ic- briba blrong.uor'th' v-.tjiU blrtivi'iig. !pator. with llic rcFpectlrc of j.-- I lion. It was i-ouirntlcil oil ot tlic accnsed by Ills counsel, Mr. .1. !i. mer. lhat the C. I1. 11. ivds uoi. 5t lhc lima the allegsd bribo made, technically a ]icnt-c ofiicc-r. The argument wcs it at ihe Hall- jvay Act Mct'oflf: was made ;i euii- C. P. K. iu bis )uT.5tliciiou HS pot-cc.ut- jllcer only Blended tu liie of Maniiolia ;iurt uox ccjoriti.: in-iuv' 'tact, therefore, thai 'the-alleged, .of- ol ail err puns iu bribe au otriter of lhc- jicacc t-omciU'.cJ nuisidc ihc jirorJuce of ii'n'as-ii. .lion, lo determine the validity, gt j a profiecuilon, fl j wilh power In aci in the province ut n-as vL-acu" ollicer -.yiih lhc iiGccasary jurisilctipii outside that province. A Legal Point J From a roiiit ful of iritcrcsi 'n iliui Uie succtis ut; llic prosecution nsaiasl'O'LJricii.-hhigts- on wlictlicr Lbe utticlil Sylioa; teinpied lo bribe'wsis a- jic.'lca. officer nt tliL-Iilinc offuicc -wris allcgBil Iiavc licen commiitcl. or not.iHif i Honor'Judge "filled-" I of liu accused in il lhal McConc was noi an officer pi" tlic nenee outside ''-Tlic crown thereupon for a rescued O'lUieii appears otlier that or Oct. .Ncv. IK.'J.I Mtlita' Minrcdcsa- Scaniliiiavian' MONTHEAL TO Sicilian frlO.NTREAL. HAVVRE VND GrnVnpFnn .Cordcan .MONTREAL; "Scs'.iiri- Tunisian. .'.-j' i 27.J1.' Call or Tmle for'full informi'- lion, C. pepbf.TickeivAsent. -lanlic Hoes.; letitipri FAVbRFNG THE COUNTRY RETAIL STORE AND BUILDING UP THE COMMUNITY In (he couise of an aiticle in issued by the Sterling Bank, some ex- cellent comments aie given willi regard to the business relations between the farmer and the retail merchants- 1 '.'llie average says the article in question, "regards the retailer in'his one upon whom he can lean when accommodation is required, as one wfio'J'fo'r take butter and egss off his hands in exchange for goods. This addition exists and has existed for years, and m addition to this burden the retailer is; Jexpecied to carry the farmer from crop to being compelled in turn to sifek .accomrnodalipn from his jobber in the way of dating. This is a ridiculous situa- because the farmer is educated to cash actually pays cash in advance'ib'th'e mail order houses. Why, shouldn't the local merchant begin to refuse All's fair in business. "Mr. he shall say, "I've been-bn ihis spot serving you for years. I've given you many favors. But you make'ybur most important purchases by cash, in advance. Now, surely j it-is bnly fair me cash m advance also for the'small purchases .'you. now make here. Every.lime I jobber givtsmta discount of 1 to 5 per'cent, Each year allows .me cent, for prepayment of my bills. You pay me cash and I'll. tiiViiithis advantage over to you. Both of us will be better off. merchant is too important a customer of the bank for aiiy'.branch manager jhe problem of mail order competilionVThen again, there is a community the question.- j the retail mail-order houses.called upon to support every public enterprise in. a'H'ilib towns in they sell goods as all retailers do, and are expected to, a con- in their profits. The more the farmer and local com- the order hoiises just by that much do they retard the of their'hqme'.tovvp, and .if the present expansion in this way'rof trading is kept up, it is not halrd-to vision that this short-sighted policy will eventually result in 11 i r r ,i (i Inc. pracucai ciniiiiiuuOll ot the small town.'. banker should induce farmer; customers lo see that they arc deliberatc- nia'rjy.-instances ofa very small difference in price, and in a great advance in price of their greatest asset, s, He should Urge them to use the mail order houses'only to i.commodities as get from home merchant. of business .done by the country merchant vyhich by ihisVaclion on jhs part of the farming community, the oyer- conducting a stpfc.would be less iii proportion and with'..the ;c.ost-of selling goods nlaleriallj' reduced, a closer pjicing of merchandising would naturally About 45 Decrease For Septem- ber TendersTor Coal nre Not Decided .Tkc.aKcndarice public schools sllpws a decrease in' the aggregate for (he of September Uils year na compared with the month last yenr. Tlic figures, ae subtuitlcd at the meet- ing ot the school trualeos on Wednes- day afternoon, .iverc September i919- 1520; September 1SC5. The nl- tcndftncc lo tor the month stands as fallows: tHgh-Scbool UH5--1S8. Westminster, 131S-376. Central, 602. Floetirood. 299; -Gajbrillh, 243. Ilard'icvillc, S3: 86. J, The resignation of 3Iis.s Roiie Arm- atroDg, oC Gnlbralth school, was ac- cepted aud the appointment ol a tcachcr referred to tho Ecbool man- ngcmcnt comniillce, Tbe or Mlaa.Daiuty Tvas raiE- cd from JSSO R year to f900 to lake ef- fect from September 1st. The request of Mrs. Johuslon for Hie use of !ho aiidlloriiini in the Cen- tral school for training a female [choir at the rale or J3 per nlghl was, provided r this did not inler- I fcrc with the auditorium beta's used for school purposes. The use of tbo basketball room in llio Central school for the girls of Wesley church wag granted at the re- quest, tanrtcrcJ by .Dr. Rivers. iS'orlh LollibrJflEe Unileil Snnilay school was given, tlic privilege ot us- ing llic gymnaalum of WcslmTnsler school on Tcndefi For Coal. Tenders nupply of the schools cnmc uudcr consideration and L'crislon In icga'ril to the same rtefcrr- od. Tlio following tenders were re- ceived: Hugh Tavlor Run Bteam, J6.75; stenm coal, fine, 4S.20; Onlt lump, JlcOlllvray Coal and CokD Co., nily rnrlajro Co., 45.30. Ilarolllon Coal Co., J6.10. McLean Transfer, WILL COURTMARTIAL GERMAN Oct: Gusluve Xoska. minister of dptcnse, lold tho (icrmau n.itlonnl assembly yesterday that Major Dlsi'hofl. an officer under the command of Geh. yon dor Golcz In Ilia Baltic jirorfncev vri'i bo courtmar- Hailed for urctne his troops (o re- main (here, nolwjilislandfng direct o'fdcrs from Qerlln that tbcy return. (p Germany. Oroiuocto, a Ihrklng lown In Sun- bury -N, n.Y nlmoat tolnlly (leflroyttl by f'rn with a property loss The Consumer arid Retailer THE RETAIL MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION PROTECTS THE INTERESTS OF BOTH; -The position in which the Retail' to consumer is not always as..clearly understood .be. There sotrte ers an impression abroad that the retail merclianls'. interests are-antagonistic (o of.the'consumer and that the advance in the ,cost, of hying durmgrthe_ is.due profits on the that the margin of profit obtained by the retailer upon many store is not veiy far short of the .vanishing point, and in many cases riot by any means; commensurate with the service which is customer; ;-w The following outline of the objects of the Retail (yjerchahts''Assbcialion will give some idea of the protection which the consumer srcceiyeV al the hands p'f.'.thtf yclaik1 merchant: Absolute honcaly In weights and measures. Correct TCpieseiilatton in the quanlllvv value ot goods sold. 'One price lo all customers on Trcprieinry or. tradc-niarhcrt nrtlclca vrhtcli a fair prltfe hns been Ihcd by the manufRclurcr. riccepllve practices, siicli as inducing era lo buy stable, trade-marked the prices of which they f.rc familiar with, and which arc irtaccrt by come mcrclMfila n( a cent or two beloiv rcgyhi' jirlccfi or such Irartc-markcil goods In order, that uy so doing they Trill Induce Ihc public lo buy goods, prices of which llicy nre not famllfar and (Lore by more tlian mnko uit the loaa they madn on Ihu wcll-Jtnown Elarlc Uncs, Truthful nrfverllalng Riid TinncsL marking. (rcadnent for the working classes and for Ihc farmers, by buying anil selling that liavo loon maclci Or pttxlucet] by receive fair To asalal In llie JarcloprncnC of cojnmuniiy aud civic pride In Iho clUcs, tftwnl and Tillages Canada, and, as far as yosaiblo-ld Keep money' local circulation. j To endeavor to raise tho To co-oporale life Uoniinlon niir] Provincial tfcjvcrnnunls. aud ivitli all municipal councils, V1 cFlablisting an equitable syslcrn of laxaUon, .unl; romiUy. ,'n municipal Accounting, nud In Ihc proper u'lininklr.illoii of civil nffnlrs gcneraUj-. To cc-pporaU with.Ihc Educational Ihe'-biilverajUo's of Iho-' Ihroughbut Canada'-Jo promoting1, a. higher, slafdirq V ,01-. on ;