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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUII DAK.T OCTOBER She "toevalb Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY who run may mail, carrr'nj will, ihoui ,hal Inspiraiioa which created by iLc war shouM never bo suffered to dii1. la the scheme ol honoring ilie nieu who [ought for ihelr country, ibe C.P.K has hit on a happy jtiea uniu1 honors these vho.conceived ihe same. Proprietary and THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street South, Ltthbrjdge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director ohn To franee Business. Manager TELEPHONES Business Office .Editorial Office 1224 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: pally, delivered, per Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mall, per year ly. by mail, per year 1-50 "Weekly, by mall, per yeir to U.S. 2.M Dates ot expiry of subscription ap- pear daily on address label KDCG of papers alter expiration date GABRIEL OF THE ANNUNCIATION The twentieth century U uoi with- out romance, as made evident by part the poet-warrior wilt the medieval name crt Gabriel d'Annunrio Is miiDs in iUe hoJiliiE ol Fiumo. Not only in name but la temperament Is the figure that Is now before the jiub- Itc a product of the Middle -Ages wlier. men ventured much for a mere seoii- rueal even if it were for a glance from my laJy's eye. A writer in Use Toronto Mall and Empire givea a sketch of the poet- soldier irhose real name is Gaouno netto. .His birth is shrouded In mystery end one report has ii that he was horn at sea. He appears to h imbibed a love for poetry at the age of rfateea by reading the roams of an author. The Inspiration which the teit gave him led him to amatory verse, like the young Dyron of a for- Will Sell Machines. Send Litsl Shipment lo Headquarters Jumieson Uack (Frc-m Oyr Qtm Cones HOW IS LAX D, Oct. 'annual meeting of the Red Cress Sodoiy was oille.l for Wednesday aderuoou, Oc- trber !st. iu the rcsi room. The at- tendance very small. The fol- lowing me ID be ra ivere present: Mea- ilarues Motrke, Ulaiae. James. McGrezor and Wens. Thu members present, busied in gclijig the "articles rc-Rily for shipment, after'ivblrh vriis and after Ibe re-Ad in; of and approval of the min- utes of tiie prariou? -meeting, a ino- lioa lo adjourn until- Wednesday, October.Stfi, was made carried. Ytsterdav, October Sih. the Red (or ft concert to t-eiglvca In the ].OVO.F. ot-Medlcliiq Hat. by local latent. Mr. HlLlls formerly lived lu ami needs no Introduction. Ju lliese partGras an entertainer. Do.-uoi forgot the date, Tt5 Icsttlute neeJa your supiMjrl. Peterson Is plusterlut tho tUfe north of tho tnicX that Lo recently purchased end Intends mov- ing in It AX hen completed, The fire whistle sounded on Tue3- Jay'ot last week and tho (Ire responded, Luckily it was only weed? tn the outskirts ot (own but wo fcnow now that uo on? say that they could not hear the alarm as tho slreu sure calls loudly und persistently. The public fcliool was closed- last Friday so IhM tliose who wished inlght lo Medicine Hat to sea the" Prince of -Wales. The entire stall availed themselves ol the opportunity. Mr. M. Drophy has "disposed of his grocery busintss, it Is rumored. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Jamleson wcro delighted on Monday when'they re- ceived a rjeasago from their Ing that ha would be home oil, tho No Official Statement is Given Out Hut Discussion Was Quite Keen OTTAWA. Oct. Unionist caucus, which assembled this morniug at 10.UO, .continued Us session until after S, o'cloch. '.Nothing as said Sir George Foster, Tv-hen asfced after the caucus 'd it solved for a si a to menU .TV, S, Mttjillehro. tho govern me lit whip, had previously referred noon Irain. Fred enlisted with tho- representatives of the press to the act- 13lh CauadhiD Field Ambulance ing, prime minister. It Is -likely that something nfllcltil vould be' given ouL Li the day. From whal con be gathered It ap- pears that the government ia deter- mined to press Ibe legislation to which objection .has beeu taken In the Viciorla lu 1010. reaching England 111 early July aud passing over to France in August .He did not the con- tinent (or somo time ntter tho armis- tice was signed anil then after a short "slay in England he returned to Can- ada, 'gelling his discharge ID July and sentiment. With this It Is not sur- Cross Society .mol in the' aew ,'resilSrnfe then ho has visited In Ontario, om.'as was arrnnEed. Only five and Manitoba. Cow Island has great house. It la asserted that while de- PA ICKED UP IN ASSING rOR THE BCBY UAN members were present, gamely: Mes- vennuiusou, Oliver, Aa wa had notlf-'ed headquarters "mpnlhs ago that ive in vulture -a foi-craon place iu all its work and to support (he irrigation pro- jects in the southern part or the province in any and every way pos- c'ble, H lakes on a now and important In relation lo Lsthlmdga tiud tha district. In the view we look o[ the Con- when il was hrougbt before the of Lflthbridgc, we held that. the inrtuslry In this part ol Hie province b'elng agriculture, schemes In the way of manufacturing toofe secolid place. Toe new viewpoint adopttd by the eieculive o( the Congress how- ever materially alters the aspedt thiDgs. the Induitrial Congress now etaadBJ..'H-ith due and, proper regard paid to essentials as 'we in city and the south, country regard them, It "calls lor .much sympathy and ae- tire co-operation by the people. With the sapporl tiehinf) H by the railway companies and the governments there Is speaks of benellL for vbplc ol.the'.province in th.e proapec Ih'at the Cougrtsa will oV rightly ban dlcrt; with due. regard- to. the specfa needs- "openiugB7 In" pi rat ion. 1 Not the least romantic part ot the areer of Gab rial of the Annunciation, his .name .in the Anglo-Sajccn leans, la the. infatuation for. him by he great Italian actress, Eleanor Tfbo has earned an. interaallono] cpulalion. ,-She. sacrificed 'eyerrLhmg o advance oLthe.pcet drama- ist and gaya up :parts" flibt; would ive been more suitable and pro! it- ble lo her in' order lo advertise his exlraniely' torrid 'characters.1-' To note writer: L "What many people will consider he greatest blot on his fame as a man, H not BS a man of genius, was he betrayal of her sacred confidence. t is supposed that sho told 'him' Ihe of her life, and IL Is certbin hat he made n'se of tEcm In hts "Fire." The effect of Us publication was to Duse nearly ont o[ her mind. and Lo confine her long on a "sick bed 1. That one o( the sawing mpchjnes e prcEcnleil to lha Women's InsUtute reason lo be proud ot Fred, who went so (reely and fought to help safeguard us (ram the Huiis. Everyone welcomes htm'home and all wish for him long prosperity. Inspector Ilurrel, the A. P. police, and Lawyers Cameron and Rice were In town oc Monday on.the King case. King was remandeci tor iriai uuu seni bato In-caucus was vigorous, g feeling prevailed. Following an operation, which undertaken us a last resort In an cl- j foil to save his life, Thomas' llaldaue, a war veteran, died In Tc- cuuiseh Darracks Hospital, London. I llridjjeburg, eo its council haa Just' dec-tiled, will accept fla Iho ininimulu figure (or tho assessment e! !he IJrtdgo Company's structure euauuliifi the Niagara there. 'Woril has been received trojn Ihe board tlial tho Intcrswltchlny order will go Iqto effect at Ingerdoll. tin? aiinouncomcnt being received with niuch Intcrost. Arrtin'scmenls are being made by Iho lugersoll lo lender a l roualnR receut'.ou to Lleut.-Col. Thomas son of Postmaster and Mrs. JoEepli Gibson, on hU arrival from hla homo lu Toronto Saturday nlght. The ralepayera ol Guelph will bo asked at the nmulcliial election In January, next to .vote a sufficient Although called, primarily for the lurpoac oT considering tho new pro- 11 bit ion bills il was stated by ruoui- lers of the house that this topic was BOl reached Tor a considerable time, other matters'engaging the attention 11 up to E.-Darker. Cardston, ivas DC pi fur use rn relief work, and that the secretary urite the Institute thank- ng-.iheni for kindness shown m'giving jse ol rest room and aUu ad vise [hem about the machine. 2. raichlno be advertised in Bow Island Review the buyer to have'choice ol machine. 3. That1 money on hand he .sent io headquarters..' I. That W as a Red Croas Society disorganize. .-The five Red Cross" hoses which had .been "placed .in-different business houses Eomc.'inqnlhs ago were opened and (olal cash contents, were J1.S1: Many other things, as matches, paper, etc., were In plenty, but some thought- tovm-on Monday evening nnd spent a shori time with former friends, -Mr; anrt Mrs. Werts. Jlrs. Andet returned home on Wed- nesday of last -Mr. Medicine .Hat: was a business visitor in town Monday, In government waa advised to oxer- clso Caution ID 'dealing with tho rail- way situallon. When prohlbllon was br !DO be ndveTtised 3. business visitor in town v at Mr. K. ot Burdett, was _ Mrs. LJeelh and daaghter, were Bow Island .visitors oti Mr. atid Mrs. Dlaine and children spent Saturday In Medicine Hal.-; Mr. and Mrs. Ilurlbert left yester- day afternoon for Oshawa, OnL, where they inte'nd-to spend the " 'lew Proase.'-Miu Prouse and little months. less child inust have nut them in. Tor-Grace Carson aro' In from Grantea, a joke as no or woman would Mrs.'LJ. Carson, of Lelhbridee, spent tLus Insult Iho Society.. .-Mrs. A .D. Whitney- was hostess "at a pleasant little gathering Bt her home last Wednesday afternoon.- October 1st. giTen in honor Geq.'Brucel Tbs other chiefly Druce's most Internals''-frienrts, and all appreciated ibis priviltge ei- dio D'Ann It was thought thai she vonld 1 ,to them tt Mrs. Whitney ti .'._____, ,.__ T'tt Uie honor guest-once agali The TinanclaV aid' asked from ".th city Is by no means cilrarsgant. The sum after a small on] to yvhat ihe' cit? stanii i to -gain, particularly .'whan the basii indujliy of agriculture" which _i5 here rcgardcdSia3 ''the -.forerunner ot .ethers given the much desirw] fore- _ most place. Calgary, and 'Mcd Hat b.ave endorsed nnd have ei ]pfe55ed their willingness to 9tanintd mak'e he tsll from his horse' when honllne. and miJTrtd-his haiid; sonie Debts overwhelm- ed him, and he had' to pa'rl with; his beau Ufa I home together treasures .of .art He: Elipqk (he dust of Italy feet, and removed to Paris. He had not been there long when he tell. In love Tflth Ida Itubehilcln, a Russian dancer, with a career qulle as exciting as hla own." ..To'follow the ecctenlricilleg of an eccentric career, tlie faithless Ida fell a victim to Inn atfractlo'ns of i liandsqme baritone, TO'Aomin- zlo Isiaed the following remarkable '.'I shall lire two more shall die in such a. .way as will majte Ihe whole world meet with Uic honor guest'pncc again ?re she. lelt. hostsES served dainty alter Tfhicn1' Ihe guests 1 noon thus spent. ._--_ ._ .r.j. concerned, added com- pliment In. that he has come to see tliat Ihe foremost In- 'rtiistry ot this part of tHe'provlnce.idt- eerves ILat conaiderallon In the ac- .lirlllcs of the Congress whicb'Us im- portance calla for. .wonder. I shall he D'Annunzio, whom the -whole Latin "world 'fnt3 ajiplande'd. In the (all slrengtb oE my 'mind and body. up to tbat last, In- my earthly eilstencc; I shall and mingle h'urchr, ,r Aid; of' Friday Bftemoon, Oct. 5, lhe: hdnpr. .gjiesL.-bGlng dent of Ladies'" Hurl- president "was severing bert. the week-end here with them. The prize ottered by Mr. Leonard Ftrno for the Doy Scout who made the-highest percentage was a Clifford SU11, while Frank Gruutl stood second with S5 per arid Hubert Doll the weather has been cold flurries'ot snow. ;ood I sum or money lo put Royal Clly park, situated along tho.Speed river, ID first-class condition. j Dance Music 'Stirring Marches Happy Songs you would like to can phyed on tbe Vic- Irola. not uuy ol once anO have the all summer long on tbe verandah or at Iho Upwards on Easy Payments V.'e can sell you any listed In the Vtetrola Catalogue. and Victor Records will vlay on any macoliLQ luat uses a ctcel or. fibre- BECdle. Bilmorml Block Tht Horn, ol tht A building known as 11 St. Theresa real's ghtest houses, and dating back earliest days ol French occu- of the members. 11 Is understood (hat I patlon.'wcis gutted by a florce firti rc- cenlly. 1- _ Sulls to quash the bylaw which the Ixitidun city council lt that considerable at- ihorzc-d tho London Street Railway leulion was given by members to con- i Company lo ralso fares are niulll-1 fcricpd bn nan stiiulionaV.aspects ot the matter, a raEinsicr that Ims given go by default, At a meeting ot the Kingston Trades uuu I-abor council a resolution was passed appealing to tlic department of Justice Io grant A reprieve In the Thompson, found her baby and E right of tho; government to Indirectly I rise lo ruiiior3 of company Blralegy. delegate lo Lbe provinces Us powers I relative to Lbe manufacture anil Im- portation'of liquor being by a number ol members'. Other members urged that It would be undesirable ID pass tho proposed legislation at the present, time in view 'of, the on tho Ontario Temperance act ,which does not cover Her. Hcrberl R. Stevenson wns nr- Loulse Han ley, charged with ohtaln- by false protenccs from Ihe ihftnufaclure Importation ol liq- uors3vas dearly. Indicated by Hon. C. o( monarchal Insignia. J.'.Doherly1 Wben he introduced his raigneii before Judge Cussou at Mont- hoard of pension cowmlsBldners, b; upon a charge ot abduclion of representing her brother, killed ro.sons ot Ilev. Uaurlco Day Dald- )n action in Aprij, was tho solo in on March 3 last. 'Ball was fixed support of two younger sisters, at 5500 anrt enquctc for October 10. ICL EO on suspended sentence by ilag iatrate GoyeUe, of Hull, Quo., on com The German government.Will issue passionate, grounds. shortly a sweeping decree ordering bills in Ihe house Hie 3ther dav. tbe latter part of the "caucus JL-.vaa' notable there were somn who werp- representative ol Ontario, although' one erpressed tho view lhat each had about an eciual number. Action desTgcialiocis of all I from buildings, letter heads, seals, rubber stamps, brass buttons or wherever they are afltxed. Xormao Taylor, real estate dealer, driver of (he automobile thai struck and killed Kathleen Brit ton, board seven-year-old daughter of deorgo hold ;hple space. It is'Mr. Haddad's :in- enllon to 'rent or self half of this her connexion wiLa-ibe-tAJd mpnltis and to her- olu society' Lcok ihis 'opportunity lo Tvish her a pleasant, journey and an enjoyable Tlaii, at tbe end of which, to come a gala to flow also to pre- sent herr wllh a Moroc'co hand bag'.as a slight token ot-their appreciation of her work in llie'Lariiesr-.Aia.-- stirs'. Ifurlbert made a neat little after (he presentation, 'and se the ladles spoke_ that Iho president A lunch was serred later' in thd" aftemooh' "arid a lia'ppy. the .Lea speech cups.. The Women's now bnvo theTr .roaf .rboril :ln Bruce.'a for- ''f', 1- Dr. King and Hon., Mr, Slohn- Buai-; r hess'JJlpcV Going Up Our Own Oct.' apprtcfa- live ot which we it; jitu'.us, iu Viuiuria -nail on Wednesday 'erenlrig lo greet flon, Dr. J, IL King, minister, of works, and thei-Hpn: iWlliiam minister ot .The. luceliDg'-waa held under the ausptceg of the Fernle Hiding Liberal AssQc'.aLlon, and Presl dent A. McNeil" jvaa chairman for Ihe evening, Hon. Dr. King outlined In a conclso mer millinery opposite manner the legialallon etiacled by'the tbe Qaccn's Cafe. It wns used for (ho first' meeting last Saturday -night, when the U.F.A. and U.P-W.A. htld ihelr regular 'meeting. The attendance at the United Sun- day Bcbool'last Sunday morning' was 'In' Uie fiitare, present government In regard lo pub- lic proving that all pre-election promises had been fulfilled ar.d sketch ing what they boped to accomplish In regard to roads, land EelllGraent, etc. 32. Mr. A. 1. Fisher, the member tor, the Last Sunday qrening'Mr. Elmer still j district, was Ihft next speaker ani re- had the service in St. An- HONORING ITS RETURNED MEN To the generally accepted statement that !lie Canadian Pacific Railway hag (he right way of doing the right' an endorsatlon IB added In iu plan of naming the stations on Ihe now lines now under construction. The plan of the company In the naming of Ihe.iG stations Is to perpetuate the names of. tbost ol Us omploycen whn have distinguished themselves In the Great War, Thus are placed memor- ials. Tor all lime lo'give Uieife men end their deeds added distinction wnicn they mfirJl. .In the selection of names to bo (hu3 honored. Ibe C.P.R. has made no d'Ecrlmlnallcn In lha gradts ol service In which Ihclr holders, are '6mployed. Distinction earned at tfae fronl la the only ouallMcallon fonaidered worthy for keeping names madt honorable In Iho service of duly at the front, Names such as Heshelh, Oascoigne, Unwlti at- Inched lo'lhb various a'lallons will give Iheeo galficring of lha moving public something of a meaning and oh whic'-i will place Ihc Menls clllzeiiihip so lliit tlioae wllh Ihe whole universe. 1-shall he Tolatlllzcd lnlo; Inlfnitc' without leaving a (race of myself be- hind, I shall never rot In a common grave." the war broke out the present hero ot Flume-espoused tht cause of hla country with the Entente, roiislng his people and. proving.himself more powerful than'the German Influence which al Ihe lime heTd'sway In Rome. In the war he proved hlmielf a cap- able soldier. With the motto of Italia Irredenta" deeply Impressed on him, It Is not sur- prising that D'Annunzlo made his ''dramatic descent" on Flume, with the abhorrence, as he conceived that that territory should be- ceded the Jugo-Klavs who In lilm were mer Whatever romance la attached (o the present acl'nn ol .Oabrlel ot the Anr.'jnctallon Is greatly clfaced by" the cold admlEalon ot bis biographer that] the part he'la playins In Flume wouM j not hare been posalblo had ha nol I hriwlwlnktil the Italian government Into advancing him' a.million ,dollar! whtch he slated he meant Irf nsc fof an aeroplane flight 16 TqHp. Tills hfe Dilsapproprlalctl for nnolhcr tHghl, that of'pflclic fancy. Tjiua docs Ihe drcw's Unllod church. Mass was cclfebr.ned In St. Micbael'e church last Sunday rabrfiTng, Father Aid" held' last Thursday's meeting with MTB. Blaine. "When ,the sewing waa finished the -'i fried fa an able anil witty manner th criticisms made by the opposition refresh- 'nesl meeting will he on October Tho'Great Avar V'clcrans held a smoker and .card party In ihe I.O.O.F. hall on "Slonday .n'ght and there was a splendid attendance. Some musical numbers were rendered, which.added lolhe pleasure ot the evening.; The C.P.H. depot lias been altered In" the Interior by having the parti- tion removed between the ticket nad express offlccfi, making It far moro convenient find Improves the appear-, ancc greatly. Platform room was not L haa been extended It. fenlUc'cnl ko that lo I to the water tank. On Oct. 13ih (Thanksgiving Day) showing where many needed reform nad been effected, particularly ID re- gard lo women's rights. Hon. Mr. Sloan then summarize! what had been done the mining laws of the province an< respecting labor, showing lha he had the intpresLs oC Lhe workln men at.heart. serrcd Et tic clos added, much lo Iho enjoyment of Ih e veil Ing. New Business Block Mr, A, F. Itaddad, an enlerprlaln merchant of Ihli 'city, haa purchase Iwo 30-root Iot3 pn Victoria Avo. or poiltc the King Edward hotel an will erect a cement business Work has been begun'on Iho cellar for a building 31) x 80 feel. Owing to Iho latenccs of the Reason only ono elorcy will be completed thh fall, bUt as soon fis the weallier permits In the anoihcr.atorey will he added 3.25 prices for'October lo a. cwt.' blameless by the coroner's Jury last nlgfil. (Aid. F. E. ilnrley, chairman ot the finance conimllteo at the London cily council, which IE 'most Intimately iilldlng, but It he can not do this lie r concerned with ih'e, writs Issued lo ill use air the'ground-floor-In, Ills quash Iho street railway blgher fares "v bylaw, alated H Is probable lhal the A report tendered by the Toronto rinsporLsLlcr. lo Ihc board of control recommends tho ap- poinlmenl 'of a com mil tea of six membcrg" lo formulate a policy of Iranstrorlallon, deal wllh all matters npTlnlning In Ihe subject; and lako conlrol of Ihe street railivriy .sysLeni when the city aciiulres II. Al (he last session of Haldlmaml township council, a communication from the Hydro-Electric Power Com- mission was received, stating lhat !L was Iho .commission's Intention toi send engineers Into Ihe 'district ns soon as possible for the purpose oC obtaining a rough idea of Ihe traffic possibilities of the proposed electric line through thai locality. the Women's Institute have arranged 'ana (lie faulting enlarged (o.coyer Ihe Idol show lla feet o( 'Twaa ever thus. Thrt Ihp h'nr forgotten all about Ihe big. havcb.tll sprloa In attcnipllnj; to Bptvc the conundrum "When 13 an officer of tbe ptnce not a pcact "Pussy Foot" Shoes for Infants This ta mmta