Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR DAT1.T rmmsDAY. OCTOBER 9, ttbe HUwita DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 Gth Street South, W, A. Buchanan President and MtnaEine Director John Bus.ness Minsee TELEPHONES Business Office .v. ____ V 12c2 Editorial Office 122-1 Audit Bureau of Circulation] Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .16 Daily, delirered, per year 7.50 Dally, ly mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by nisil, per year...... 1.50 by mall, per year lo U.S. 2.00 Dites of expiry ol subscription ap- pear dally on .addreis label. Accept- ance p[ papers after expIraLioa dale Is par auliorily lo continue the sub- scription. K. ,THE ELECTION IN ONTARIO In the view: of the uncertainly of It.o issue, >n ihe tarlety ol political units .in Lae L-oming election In Ontario opens up an Interesting A feature oT the election to be is the strong part taken In It by the. farmers of (he province. Thesa loot.lonvanj lo the Issue with much earvguine anticipation, reckoning thai If lUey. do. not, aiUIn 16 Ibey least form the political Oppo- sition of the day. The curlpos uafure.of ibe present electoral campaign in Ontario may tie gteaned from (he situation as out- lined In "The Fldd of Politics" in the Wizmljieg Free Press. The apparent tendency of a section of the ConserraliTe parly in Ontario to "bolt'1 during the present provin- w cJal elections .and ruo as independent candidates is one oi the moat Interest inj developments. Sir Adam Beck, chairman oi the Hydro-Electric com- mission, and lonnerlj a member ol tho provincial xoVerament, is 'ine most conspicuous member Tcho Is to-be vrUhd rawing bis support from the Hearst government. His reasoo Tfoold doubtless be TlLh-Lbe backing which, the Eleclric tie A, C. formerly. member for Norfolk, runnlng.as an iDfleperideni candidate" Other" Con members'have action-Vila the management o .the-party and may come-out also' as 1 independents. JL inbyement of kind, iC.it assumed'any proportions TEjouid, together wilt the entrance 01 the United Fanners and the Laboi Uic ConserFatlre parly In losing a very consider able part; of. Its present, large, major My In the legislature. A large, number of soldier c'andl dates [ire taking part in the oiilark Ainong tlic Liberal cindi- "dales arc: n. Arthur, .tury; Col. E. D. Q'Hrnn, lor Wast Hastings; .Major J.'C. Tolmic, (or Windsor; T. Bart Hobsoa, lo; .Mc.it. K. S. Sto- ver, Tor AJgomz.; and Major Malcolm Lang, for Cocnranc.' It is eipected that Ihe remaln'og convenilong will In EeTeral Instances choose re lamed soldiery as their candidates. CapL.vLIUle [3 !lie United Fanners' candidate" In East York, against Hon. C. S. Hendry, Minister ol Agriculture. In Toronto the Conservatives will hare a soldier candidates, Including Major Alex. C. Lewis, form- erly a newspaper man; Major McBrien. who will oppose H. ibe future ot the pi-ate and progress D! the world by the, auiuy existing among ihuse of tbe Anglo-Saxon race. Tlie war, In tho meelios on common ground ol ttio elements ot ihe Anglo-Suon race, lias opened figure- livelF. a Iteld ot better understanding between Ihra. Thai field needs en- larjesiect and expansion. pub- lic men ou public oco-iflons realise ihis, they are latins part In a mis- sion, whose goal is to solidl'T thoje which are resarjert as haU marts of ihe Angla-Saxou peoples, Vi'ith this goes the establishment' o( (hai teller relationship, the Import- ance of men ot thought hare not filled lo gpnse. At Edrr.oniou, Mr. Hardy made use f ibe following felicitous statement; "Ji Is a line thins for our people to e find'OB one another cut: The mir- ng of our millions ot soldier hoys with our half million and Great Britain's ilUions of soldier boys has done more o hrLag I gather in HIT peoples and purposes tha.ii a hun- Ireii years of literature and publicity :ould have doae. "Your speakers bave told us ihil we are cousins. XVcll. he il so. it is n fact literally so. 1 know In tunny in- itances. But .are practically lame people. We. arc closer than cousins. Canada and the l-nlted States haye much In common. You liaTe some differences berU and Quebec and I Elish-speakhie; people 10- better understand in 5 of More Coming McCall Takes Up 17 Vulcan People Our Own Ccrrfycandent) Oct. About bushels of grain have been marketed at the eleiators here this so far rinj more Is com! us [Q every day. There a lot ot late bttns cut, and Ihe Terr fins-warm weather we have been hatlag lalely has deTtlop- ed the second growth We 5oice rrelly heavy fronts lateiv, which has nil the potatoes' and eanlcn and tend to hasten ibe ripening of the later grains. G.-M. Carbon has completed ar- rar.fcmcnis for- taking over the es- lensiva practicB, offices and home ol Dr. H. B. KL Kcowles. n-bo is l tonight (or special where ho: win post graduate on diseases of Ifie eye, ear. nose and throat. Dr. Carson formerly practiced racdiclae and.surgery in tlils (own hPtww-a Al lani1 fllstrict P.rtw to .enlisting iti the between r r m ii hanlcr ,o understand each other's talk than do ine greal majority of lio people Canada aud the United States. You ave a mars Mb cm! deac-cracr tliftn. we hare in that your King and Gover- uorXJeneral no longer me Ihe we haTe acquired some liberties Uial you Jiare nerer enjojod can cuss the President aal you cannot CUES the King." i the gospel ol goodwill he enaneialiug, the American editor for her niade use of the .lollowins preg- nant.sentences be too strongly empliaslzed: ''Sympathy. for the gracing young American Republic has heen strong In England since 1776. and this year ihe ith ol Jnlr was appropriately cele- brated in England as 'Interdependence "For "a hundred ycera the' border line' b el vie en' Canada' and the United States -has. IsligMly ,mackfid7 and never marred by Iforti w-" armed For hundred, years no dis- pute or. dilferencelof conscqueucA has arisen be (.wted -AAmeri pa. und :'Canada or .Great- Bntaln.--'Snrely -Eplhlng in the" pasl.will pT d. i -''and pi our bnow.'nbt iw thVproposed league'of I_pro- or. failures "of Hn'y''" [beX'iriaf' be' fonn'etT an .abiding faith in EBg I wquld.urge lha Wl'tfechl tiie TVflh ibal I believe the'destinies of our na- wllh R fall day's vork If he carec to coma tlpvrn... Tbe macnioUT ImperlaK Oil are nbw and are be- ing lest EH! for leaks with uater from the Vulcan, electric llEht'plaoi- Airs. Arthur MlU'lieJ) U expeclej) in Vulcan about ibe Itih instAnt, Sho been rleitinc- her at OrUlfa, Out-, rt'iring the eutuojer. Peter Ulllesple is away n't potato Held. He Is bllletly com- of a sore bad; and arms, oq ol the tpuds being sorble and Town .Council Takes Action in ihe Mr. Kimlialfs 25 Pound Iket (From Our Own RAYMOND. Ocl- S. Raymond, through the town made formal application to the Commlss'.oa ou War Ilclics and (or some ef the trophies brtjusbr Jjaclc to Can- ada by her Ticloricois army.' Pecrctarj- Kimhall states that the letter asking P IA AICK.ED UP IN SSING V.MAH have petition- ed for aa Increase ol ?Z00 par year. There la an Increase oT POD pupils lrer 191S attending Ottawa schools. W. IL Atkinson has been appoint- ed tax collector (or Saugeeu lovn- Viscount Cowdray Inteods to dis- pose of estate 13.000 at VcruoD, B.C, James Low, a well hnovn Ottawa com met or, was drowned lu the dcau canal. Judje J, Coughl'n, Junior Judge ot Kent county, has been appointed Judge ol Essex, The new apiary building tion vlih the Asricullurnl col lege will cost coiuplelc. Operated on the rheostatlc prin- ciple, a headlight controller, for auto- mobiles can be mounted on the etcer- allotmentrof for this'inK post-and operated with tho samo town has tetb "despatched lo' Ottawt used (or driving. following tha'pasjnse of-'a inblion at the last meeting of the council Li- 1P16. serrlng In tbe ._ pacltr. ordoclor to His Majesty's lor- sinee-tlmt'dale In the hospitals in Flanders, England and Cana- da. He aui Mrs- Carson, who have been Ihe guests" of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Mr.rsfcsl for. CCTT '.fceks.'are jeing welcomed'bach-to .Vulcan Jjy their many friends hereL" Dr. and. Mrs.- Kaowles, who are ;arlng for ChlcagQ lonlghl, were tak- eti completely by-Eurprise ?ast even-, ogf when about 30 ol their most Inti- mate friends Inraded them at eight The occasion was the aurpDfb'of'prcscntiGg lap good doctor and of -be in'-whlch they are and aiTrays be held bj every- one with whom they hare come in contact since they have been in tils town and district The "Mr. few well chosen words, presented the doctor with a solid gold watch, vrUh the inscription engrared thereon "To Dr. R. D. K. Knowles. from the cltiieri of Vul- Mrs.'KnowlES "nlso' received a beaulifcl solid" gbU "wrist doctor -rras completely surprised, and although.s.pemlng replied very 'prettily "by saying that "he hoped that when family did settle down- to .-.practice again, thej would-be-Jn a place aad among people almost as good Vulcan." Every one in'ih's locality, regrets to Eoe'tbiydocLor ikmily, laave. Pe'roaps no one in -L- structlnE him to take this action.' A letter from the local member, A. I Bucanan. M. P., brought this mailer lo the aitention of the council. Hyruni Kimball. who (or several years has been mahlog remarkable demonstration of the capabilities of the soil of country, claims to hold the record this yea.r for beel produc- least. a 'sample on display-in p'Drlfn-NalderVBlqre lhal elghs ?5 pcjucds-'7Ttie tHJel-is'norm- ly. developed In everj- respect. Mr. Imhair says'he has many that largo. A large, audience greeted D. H. Elton, .LethbridEe orator.-Sunday l.ntBht when he spoke on' the -relation; between iEcgland and the in the yflrst ward glider the auspices ol Mutual Improvement aseociaLiod. The address was attentively followed imd highly npprtKEatod.. The facts produc- ed by- Sir.- Elton, were'moat enllghten- The.opening socials of the Mutual Improvement associations "were held in Ihe two local wards of Mormon church. They were both welUnttend- ed and the season's work .was.launch- ed enlbus'asm: '.-The bi" effort will t'e madc'Lo enlist port of every'member oE'-lhe "ward, both, bid'and1 young.'. Advanced, senior class work 'Mf-khe older '-'men heec inlrodilreiTanU will tend to bring the fiitbcrs into ID'S associatfori.; B.-B. Card expects to move Into h'fa communijy uew residence on early lloy McLeoJ, aged 55, was run over jud killed by a Sydney and LguUrlllc at Sydney. N.S." AYhllo on a vacation trip at Dan- ford LaXe. Quebec, O. 0. Hoss. well- Xnowu civil servant, dropped dtnd. Ivobster canncrs must abide by the statute; nod placp H ounces, not 12 uuiu'cs. fts customary, of dried lobster fjat iQ .a cea. Lieut. Rujher'ford, V.C.. was pre- sented with a purso of golj by llatdl- uiaod aud. townshlpB al'Col- borue fair- Htnfrtw gave a formal reception to Ihlrty returned SD'.Jicra and" one nurs- ing sister, aud each received nnd an address. The Grant Morden cleared from Port Arlhur for Tort McN'Icoll wllli 503.1MV4 bushels of wheat, tho larg- est grain cargo ever carried, ou tlif Mario, Caarlro, Monlreal, 11 years old. died in the liospllal ag the result of a kick- from her lulher, whlcli she sard be gave her for refuging to go to bed. Thn will ot the late'Hiram lloblu- son, Ottawa, wtfl known lumber mnn, who died recently, bequeadicj 000 to the city of Ottawa for ibe now hospital. The stipulation Is nmdel that tho grant Is to.be used within a' specified time for tbe children's ward. TO USERS OF VICTOR RECORDS W pride ourselves OD our i prompt, courteous sor- vlce. We want you tor a customer. Over Records To Choose From Mall orders (illeil, pOElage prepaid. record insured agnlnat hrcnbago Write Tor C12 catalogue. MASON RlSCfl, line Balmoral Block Home of tho pt- all" the'people Jn oi> thetco.nnlry., Onr beH wiines'go wilh Knowles for .IheiKiulurB'f Euccfss and happi- ness'.V" 51. Hughes, M.R'C.V.S, Lon- late of .lae'.Canadian forces overseas, has'locafEdjmA'ulcan and will the veter- inary lino) Joseph Robinson ;haav.'P.disposed of will neyer be Iraiopled upon." tionsj will ;be safe and tho liberties tflwnVii'Cliarlea Short, lha- will linear Via Irn'lnnlaJ PrtCetOC per.vOCfe. Laa'd prices.are on Lhe arid thisM's ebnIMenco the cpunfry's attl- Ilj-.lajprtiduce ij'iB on account of Ilia Ihe pait two years Ihe cicip'-lias'ndt rnonfcy bnt'the'gpod limes are MAKINQ PROFIT OF THE Of the roa'DylVabllp; utterances of President "none, speaks so 1'of tineas of his con- ceptions' Iban ;hia reply ,tp fienatcr Jolinson. it 'was a scathing condem- nation :df those "In, tbe. Slates who liayeJEUrted tlie Pre'sidtht he, In'the Lwsus bf Nallbns, failed to protect the inter- ests of the American republic. The Preslnent'a remarks, made in the Etate.of Senator Johnson, one of the protii.sonjsU against him, were pub- lished ]i' the Winnipeg Free Press. "fre are told, that wo are strong and they are weak, that we still economic or financial coming. The Innerehnent'pnlec.of Oddfel- lows aro glvfns their splen- -Monday. iliE night., .r Hon. Caplain Chaplin T.'Qi Colwell, JI.C.. is giving a lecture on his eiper- fences firitfi Canadfan -forces ID iMr. Card-Is the locul "manager p the Imperial- QJr- company and former cianager ofiUie Raymond hotel, ''.v HUMPBACK WHALE !W1TH HIND -LEGS: HAS BEEN. CAUGHT A female humpbaCJ! whale having tvo hind iucrici in Ittiglli, has been caught, at the Kynkot whaling Huct of the ConEolIdaled-.XXTialing'Co. of irhaling experience he, has never hearcl of whales oh tbe' exterior, Ho ripinta ;qut 'fjiat-. whales, -haya atrophied Jiddlei, nrig-Bbap InchcV in "fhey p'orllons of the anatomy evlBerilly once nsed lo pronel mammals o'a land alter tbe manner of a dinosaur, but ivulch-bar'A'sunk Into Ibe body from disuse.- France .andynandcrg In.lbe Prcshy. terian church, tomorrow 'nlglil. Capt. Colwell has lately relunied Irorn ovef j seas, narlng teen 'wlthv the Eighth Brgaie toe 3rd j Home Grain company hare pur- 1 chased a sits Irom Ihe.'C. P; R. on which lo establish an oil, su'pply and service having "p'urcnaaed tho and ibey bare not. Why. my fellow citizens, what does that mean? That 'the Liberal" leader; Col. Price i aifana they went Into the redemption In Partdale, and Capt. Joseph B. i of freedom of the world sooner oil Isnks JprmcrlT bulonginK lo Vul can ranners.- their independence manager here, 'will tie in charge o( Thompson, formerly a merobtr "of the Toronto Board ol.Control. Other sold- than we rild and gave evcrj'thloB lhal they had to redeem ft. And now we. I think thai aorl of thing takes Ihe least lioJd upon the conscteuancss ol LUCKY STRIKE ON PICTURE BUTTE FARM ler candidates have been nominated because we did not go In so soon or by the Conservatives In the province.' lose so much, want lo make profit of CLOSER UNDERSTANDING1 OF THE ENGLISH SPEAKING The pddreas delivered "by ilon, Guy Hardy, president of Hie Xitlpna) Ml- torlal Association of the 73. 3. A., at ihe purpose of America, hut t Hdmoalon, durln; the recent 7kil of.1 il Is a pleasure to coadcmn so the association to Alberta, has been thing." considered of such Importance Ihat If' '-------------i_________ IB printed In the Congressional ftecord i oyer lag border. This elep has been taien to srhrhaaiie the policy of good i will between Die, nnellsh-speaklng reoples of Empire nnd Repuhllc. J In referripg to Mr. Hardy's address, Wr. Vfilles, who Introduced II, said that he did not carry lo Canada, nor' .did tie bring1- any propaganda except the propagation of good will. Ho did not go with Ihe Ir.lcnllon of derelpploK' or demanding any particu- lar Byalecn of a worM governmenf. Mr. Hardy's Edmonton address con- centrated on tho of the closest imderslandlnE between the Knglhh-. eucaklng peoples of the Thte, II might be saTd, the pro- paganda-of the prcseht view o( that undtTslBiKlinsr. this new dcparlraent. _ Mli55 Kathleen.' Southard was: a joosl of Mr, ami.Mrs. hoy Walker fbi a few days last week. to Calvary -wltli- She >retumed 'McCall and Capl. Orclt In-thefr-plane'on' Wednes- day night. Took Up'17 People Capt: 'McCaU's trip to Vnlcan was. a [dcolded auccesa both- flnanclnliy and Hie redeemers. The thing hldeq'mjalsp for (ho.delectation Of the people It la unworthy of ererr Irailltlon of lro' anA' conntry. 'lie, was America, 'i Jpeak of li not Lecause 'W 1 five and took jjieoplc, Hoy Walker :Taa i favored with Iho most .ptrlonn- ancc ot the day, when iho cipUln did spinning nos-e dire with Hoy as passenger. We might say Ifial we think ye could lurnish Capt. McCa'll PICTURE BUTTE, Oct. F. T. Gorton, of will be very much pleased to karn of the lucky strike of.wattr on farm tho S. 2, T. 11, R." 21, wttt of 4th. The ls.-m Is operated by 0, W. Pearson and having to haul water from lo 5 rpilei for all use, he decided on a spot he thought he would be likely to itrlke waler. He let a contract to Mr. B. R. Talbot of. Commerce to bore a The contract was water or no pay. When Mr. Tjlbct got down 36 feet, he struck a heavy vein of water that raised, to the surface. THE RESULT OF COUGH You're il singer, preacher or grcit'actor riidchej Ihe cliirax and Ihe audience is keyed up to the highest pilch of anticipation, iherecoTjita that uncontrollable cyugh or snttze somewhere ia' the Huditiicc. IIov? embarraiiing for the rrho tbat llie pi casutt of many baa been'spoiled. can Dvoia'bfling in A ilrmliar position by alnaja carrying a box o( Dominion C. B, Q. Tablets (in the, ltd One or two dosu will atop a cold before'it pcis seated, or bleat op a bard cold in sborL order, Get a boi to-day. .National Drag'Ct Chemical Co, of Can ad a, Liimt_ed., Stops HcadacKe. Dominion C. B. Q. TABLLT5 (In K J ror- ponufon Ihft Dwyer property at llnllftu, N'.K., to Ijuild a clmrcli up' i GAITERS .r Ladies will find that a good comforlable.combuia- lion in footwear is Oxfords-or Pumps with a pair of.'._ gailers lenglh with underslung buckle-) These are neat 03 well 99 being a n'ay lo reduce'your Jooiwear bill, Gaiters are Priced from np W. J. NELSON C20 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING I IE to Work Scores of Women in horned, stores, offices and factories are not fit to be at work, ,day after day and year after year suffering weaknesses and derangements, hoping against they will soon feel'better, but how canlliey hope to do good wojk or escape permanent inyalidism? ;'Siich woTfien danger of ;dqrangement of women's.functions'. 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