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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim LETHBIUnGB OA1T.T OCTOBER 10, 1010 She Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor? and THE LETHBRlOgE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 326 fith Street South, Lothbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Manasing Director jlohn Torrance r Dullness, Manage who run rvad. carrying with thorn. ihst Inspiration whuli by lie war should never be sutforM to ilio. In the schema ot honoring the men who hjvd fought for their coumry, ihe C.P.ft. has on a happy idea whict1 those whoxonreivej, ike ?atne. GABRIEL OF THE ANNUNCIATION I The twentieth century Is uoi with- out its romance, as made evident by TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .....f .15 pally, delivered, per year .....7.50 Dally, by mail, per year 6.00 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.50 Weekly, by mall, itor year to U.S. 2.00 Dales of expiry of subscription ap- pear daily on address labeL Accept- ance of papers alter expiration dale Is our authority to coutinue the sub- scription. part the poet-warrior the medieval name df Gabriel d'Annucrio ID i bo hoJding of Plume. No! r in name hut Lri temperament Is ibo figure that Is now before the pub- lic a product of the Middle when men ventured much for a more senti- ment eien if it were for a glance from my lady's eye. A writer hi the Toronto and Knpire a sketch of ihe poet- soldier whose real name is Gaetano Uc Qetlo. His birth is ehrouded in mystery and one report has it that he was bom at sea. He appears to have imbibed a love for poetry ai iho ago of sixteen by reading the poems of an author. The Inspiration which the teit gavo him led him to amatory verse, lite the young Byron of B for- THE ALBEHTA INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS !-i its -set ihe I mil tee cf ihe Alberta Industrial Con- gress has pledged itself lo s vc culfure -a foremost place lu all its work and lo support ibe irrigation pro- jects in (he southern pan of the province ia any and cTtry way pos- 6'ble. 11 lakes on n new ynd Important aspic I In relation to Lethbridga and the district. ID Ihc view we look of the Con- gress when it was brought before the people of LelJibridgc. we held (bat. the basic industry in ibis part of ffcc province being agriculture, schemes In ilie way look secoid place. Tbe: new viewpoint artoptfcd by tbe executive of Lbe C ODE: res e how- ever materially alters the aspedKpf tbiugs. iho Industrial Congress now wUh. d.ue and, proper regard paid to essentials as 'we ID city and the south, conalry regard them, It 'calls for ".much sympathy and ac- -live co-operation by the people. the support it by the rail companies arid Lhe governments there Is muchrtnat speaks of benefit for tfit irhol that'the Congi died with dne regard to .the specfal lii Iho The Tirianclal. aid: flsted froin ihe' city is by 110 means Tbe sum JE after all.a small out to stands i particularly the basic Industry of agriculture wlitch is" here regnrdfrd: 'of al! given Lhe mach desired fqre- tnoat place. Edmonlou', Calgary, and "Medicine Hat .endorsed find have ei- Pressed thslr willingness to aland neMnd Ibo Industrial Congress: From a Etandpolpl ql harranriy'and fo-of nilon In all that of the. province aa. a wholfc. ibere the appeal lo to join hands "with Lnethree other .elites. lJu is .not all, Lhere are'the possibili- ties In the Activities'of the Congress In .which .Lethbtldge will benefit, more especially.apw.thai tbe Industry wblcl: concerns It.materially has been given Lhat-place which it merits. To the. rbrmaifoD" of the Industrial Congress, Mayor llrpwn' of Medicine iHal lias givtn much, lime and i energy. For Lhls be deserves praise and, so far As Lho cily of Lethbrldg? is conccrnEd, added com pUmenl in lhat he has come to ibat agriculture, the foremoaL In 'diiBtiy of Lhla pan of serves thai consideralbn -In the ac 'lirltles of Ihe Congress Which Us im porUnce calla for. Will Sell Send Lsls( Shipment lo Headquarters Jamieson Back Our Otm HCUY ISLAND. Ocl. Tho 'annual HICCUPS o[ the Cross Society was for Wednesday afternoon. Oc- icber 1st. hi ihe room. The at- tendance was very The fol- lowing members were present: Mea- ea Ijlaine, Jamej, Oliver. .McGregor and Wens. Tho members present busied fjr a COUC.ML to be'Civea in the I.OJQT1-1 hall of-Medlcluo ilat, isted by talent. Mr. limit foruwrly jived lu and needs uo Introduction lu lliese an entertainer. nol forget the. dale. The oeeJa your "A. Is Clustering tho cottage north of tte IhtU iie recently purchased and luteiidi mov- ing In It when coiuylcteO, The fire whistle soundrf oa Tues- day'ol last week and iho fire prlgftda responded. Luckily it was only weeds In tbe outskirts oi Lowu Imt we know cow thit no one caa say that ihcy could not hear the alarm as Iho siren sure calk loudly nnd petilsleutly. The public school was closed last Friday so thM those who wished mlsbt go" to Medicine Hat to sec ITlnce ot'AVales. The entire staff availed ol Ihe opportunity Mr. M. Drophy lias disposed bl his grocery it 1s rumored. Mr. and Mrs. S- G. Jamieson were delighted on Monday when'they re- ceived a luessaga from their SOD stat- ing that ho would be home on tlio noon train. No Official Statement is Given Out 13ut Discussion Was Quite Keen OTTAWA, Oct, Unionist caucus, which assembled this rnornlns at. 10.30. contliiued Its sessiou until after 3, '.Nothing as jut." eatd Sir George Foster, when.asked alter Lhe caucus dissolved for a slutcv meat W. S. Mlddlebro. tho chlut sovern- ment -whip, bad previously referred niCKED UP IN IASSING FOTI TBE HC1T UiW unlisced with Ilie representative! of Ihe press lo Ihe nct- In ectt'ng ihe arUcles! 13lh Ca-jaJhn Field Ambulance In Ing.prliuo mer age. His poems were of (hit erottc nature 'which goes with youth and senlimeui. With ihfs H is not sur prising that we find h'.u at ihe age j of twenty-one making vyjlent love to [the beautiful Duchess of who old enough to be his mother, and i-hose" daughter be eventually mar- ried a Qnarrel with his 'irst in- pi rat ion. i Not the Least romantic part of the career of Gabriel of the Annunciation, his name .In Lhe Anglo-Suon means, is the__mfaluation for him by he great llaliau actress, Eleanor who has earned an, international reputation. She, sacrificed every thin 5 lo advance of. tbe. poet drama- ist and gave up "parts' woiild have been more satiable and'profit- able to her in'order .10 advertise his "extremely torrid' To quote ,the L v hat "many people VllL consider the greatest -blot on Lia Jams a: man, if.not'as a man of genius; was the betrayal of her sacred confidence. It 15 supposed that Ehe told 'him' the secrtLs of her life, and 11 Is certalu that he made use of tEem in his "Fire." The effect ot Its publication was ID drTre Duse nearly out ol her mmd, and to confine "her long on a sick bed When U was thought thai she would rcajy for shipment, after which the ivus "callqj and after tha rejding oT ani approval of the min- utes o( tlto prariouB a luo- lioa lo adjourn until Wednesday. October Stli, vas niade :md catrie'd. Yeslcrday, Uciober Sth, ths Red .Cross Society -met In the new -rest room, 'as was arranped. Only five members were preseni. namely: Mes- damcs SiveiinuniFon, Oliver, Bell and Worts. As we had noiIC'ed heatlquirtcrs 'luonUis ago that -KG iri- nded lo disband al ihe end of the le of the'province in Iho Jl 'ert her Altogether -the Congrts3 will be rightly Th-en heBan a petlod of luck. Pop- ular .had. turned againa Im. tailed, and ted long looked-for their chance, sao] J harpoons Into .him.--, make matters'" he fell Irom bis horse when hunting; and marred his hand loiue appearance'; Debts overwhelm id him, nnd ho had'to part with-hi: leauUt.ul home uear_Floreace togethe _woriderfaj__' treasures. Of" art He; shook dust of Italy from. hi. eet, and'removed lo Paris. He had not been (here long when-he fell. In ore Trlth Ida. Ilubenstein, a Russia] dancer, vrilh a career quite BS czciUnj as his own." to" follow (he eccenlricltles of ai cccerifric career, w.hen Ilie iailhles Ida fell a victim lo tbe attractions o k handsome yoUng baritone, D'Anaun zlo isiaed Lhe following remarkabl Eh all live two more Ihe 1 .shall die in such way as will make Ibe TS'hole worl wonder. I sball be D'Annunzio, superb, whom fh.6 whole- l.alln "war] has applauded, in (he full strength o my mind and body.up lo Lhat slanfOf my 'earlhly existence; I sha Qhangc-lnto a swceL vapor anfl-mlng .wllh Lbe whole, unitcne. f.-eh all b volatilized -InLp' 'molecule without leaving a trace of myself b never rot In B commp HONORfNG ITS RETURNED MEN To tie generally accepted slatemen Ibat the Canadian Pac'fic Rallura.v baa Ihe right way of doing Ihe righ an cndorsalloD IE added In llj plan of naming Ihe stations on tlie nenr lines now under conslrucilon. The plan of the company In the naming of Iheae atallona fs lo perpetuate [be names of. of Us omploytCB who have distinguished themselves In the Great War. Thua are' placed memor- ials, (or all lime (o'glre these men their deeds addtd disilncllon which they meril. In the lelecllon of names lo bo thus honored, Ihe C.P.Tt, baa made no discrimination In the grades of acrVJcc In whlcli their holder? are 'Employed. Distinction earned at the front la the only qualification considered worthy for keeping names rnarie honorable In the service of duty at the front. Xarnea such fla Oftscolgne, Thresher, Nclgnbour, 1and Unwln al- Ucnc'd (oJthc varibua stations will give INeEO gathering places of the moilng publfc something of a meaning 'nnci oh which will the Jdenla of true citizenship so tliat these tl Cross the chief business of s arraiigins The following niotions were tl. I. That one of the sewing mpchines to the Women's Insllfute, r use rji relict wort, and that the! cretary wriie the InsliLute thank- g Ihem for kindnL-ss shown in giving c ol resl room and also advise em about the machine. machine be hdvertised w Island Hevlew for sale at J25, e'buyer to have'choice of machine, 1. Thrvt1 money on hand he sent headquarters. I. Thai we as a Red Cross Society sorganize- The five-Red Cross hoses which Victoria lu 1916, reaching England ia early July, and parsing over to Krauce in August. lie did not leave the con- tinent for sonio time after- the armis- tice was signed anil ihcn after a sJiorl stay ID England he returned to Cnn- ada. 'gelling his dischargo in July. S'life then ho has visited In Ontario, and Manitoba. Bow Island has great reason to tie proud of Fred, who went, so freely and fought to help safeguard! us from the Huns. Everyone welcomes, him'home and fill wish for him years.of prosperity. Inspector the A. P. police, r.imcron end Rice were in lovrn oij Monday on Lhe King case- King was remanded for trial and senl up to l-ethbrldee. Sir. E. Marker. Cardston, was in towu-on Monday eventns Rnd spent a short tlmo wlih former friends, 3Ir, and Mrs. Werts. Aodet returned home on Wed- nesday ot last week. Mr. Hughes, of was a business visitor in town Monday. Mr K. Drawn, of BurdetL, was In town Monday. Mrs. Bceth nbd daughter, nifred, were Bow Island vlsllore on Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Elaine and children spent Saturday In Mndfclne Hat. Mr. and Mrs. HurlberL left yester- day afternoon for Oshawa, Ont., where they Epend Ibe 'neiL 'few monlhs, Mrs. Pfoosc; Miss PTOUEB and little It Is-likely lhat something ofllcTal would bo given out later In the day. wual can he gathered It ap- peara tiat tbe government Is deter- mined to press the legislation to whlrh objection ,'jas been In the house. It la asserted that vhile de- rvUui.lus au uiifrdiipQ, which ivae as a last resort In au ef- forl lo snTfl bis life, I'tp, Thouiaa j Ha Ida no, a war veteran, died In Te- i-umseh Darricks Hospital, London. Brldsohurg. so its council baa Just Jccltlt-d, will accent as Ibe minimum figure fur the aasesauionl i of the InternAtloual liridge Company's structure Bpauulng the Niagara there, j has been rccelred from Ihe railway board that the ioterswllchlng order will Eg loio clfoct nt InECraoll, ilio announcement belue recelTcd wilb much Interest. Arrangements are being uiada by tho hiEorsoll G.W.V.A. to tender a] rousing reception to Lleut.-Col. Thomaa son of Postmaster and Mrs. Gllson, on his arrival from bis home In Toronto Saturday night. Tbo ratepayers ol Guelph will be asked at the uiuulciiiil election In January neil Lo .vote sufficient Into In caucus was vigorous, good I sum of money to put Royal City feeling pYeralled. (park, EltuaLed along tho Speed river, Although called primarily (or Lhe (u first-class condition. mrpoae of considering (ha new pro- __ ilhltlon .bills'U was stated by room-1 A building known ns 11 St not reached for a considerable tfnic. real's oldest bouses, nnd dating hack other mailers'engaging the attention to tbe earliest days of French occu- the sieisbers: It !s unicrslsci? lhat by fierce Jlrs rs- the was advised lo csor- clso caution in dealing with the rail- way situation. When problbllon was ad been placed .in different business ouses some, tnonlhs. ago were opened id total "cash contents, were any olher ihings.'os malchee, paper, c were in plenty, but some thought- child must' have put Ihem in for Urace Carson are in from Grade a joke as no man or wdman would I ins insult Ihe Ked.Cro-s Society. Jfrs. A .D. Whitney, was hostess at pieaFanl liLLle gathering at her home st Wednesday afternoon, October 1st, in. honor of Mrs. Gco." Britce. Carson, ot Lelnbridge, spenl Lhe week-end here wilb Ihem. The prize offered by Mr. Leonard Ftrr.c for Ihe Boy Scout who made the- highest percentage he other chiefly -Mrs. ruce's most friends, and bey. all appreciated this privilege ex- ended to them by Mrs. lo incct wilh the honor gueal'Diice again re she. lofl. The hostess served aihly refreshments; after the uesls. loft.all after oon lib us sp_enL the -Ladles' of St? ljf me t Ktfme Jrs. rE- C. afternoon, 3rd, f rbna'., the; honor, fjicst being the'''presh leu', .of Ladies1'. >ert. As 'the president 'was- severing months and to her1- old society' o'ok this 'to wish ber. a Peasant journey and an enjoyable at the end of which, tc- ccmc again, lo flow Island, And. also to pre- en L her' ivlth a Morocco band i alight taken of ibelr appreciation il her work In the 'Ladies' Aid. Mrs. iurlbert made a neal little speecli after ihe presentation, and" severaHoI he ladles' spoke, ibaL Lbe president, leaving-.'' .A lunch was served laLer-in the; aftcrnooh' 'and a jj Dance Music 'Stirring Happy Songs you npuld lllie to lifar' can L0 played on the Vlc- trola. not bur Bl once and haro the benefit all summer long on Iho verandah or a! ihe BeachJ Upwards on Easy Payments We can sell you Jleccrd listed In Iho Vlclrola Caliiloguo. and Victor Records will play on any machine Iliil uses a or (ibra.uc'edle, llmortl Block Thl Homi or Ih. Vlttroll- will allow Iho Bulls lo ceiitly. Kull3 to iniash tho bylaw whlrli tlie London city council -r it that considerable at-' H-oried Iho London Street Railway Icntion Bivea by memlers lo con- I Coniraay to raise (ares are inulll- i stitutional aspects ot the natter, tholPly'ns In a manner tuat has given rlgbt of the government to indirectly I rise lo rumors or company strategy. delegate to (he provinces 11s powers I relative to the manufacture and Im- portation'of liquor being questioned hy a number of members: .OLher members urged Hint H would 16. leg! of t Temperance act .which does not cover Herbert H. Stevenson was ar go hy default. Al a ineellng of Iho Kingston Trades and 1-aLor Council a resolution was passed appealing to (ho department of Justice Lo grant a rcprlovo In tho s. Lovlco Thompson, found lurdcrihg ber baby and sen tenced lo lo hanged. Louise Hanlcy, charged with obtain- IMC S13H by raise prclcncd-s from [lie ratgned before Judge Cusson nt -Mont- board of pension commissioners, .uyl upou a charge of abduction of repreEeiillng tbnl ber brother, Wiled two sons of llev. ilaurico Day Bald- In action in April, 1S17. was Iho soio ia undesirable, to pass Ibo propose! ou March 3 last- 'Dull was fined support of two younger sis'.ers, .was Egislallon at the present lime in view at 5iul) and enquete for October 10. j so on suspended sentence by Jlng- 1 the referendum, on Lhe Ontario is.rate Goyetle. of Hull, Quo., on com- .'emperance act .which docs not cover The German governmenl will Issue Dassionate grounds. manufacture and Importation of llq. shonly a sweeping decree ordering uors wus clenrly. indicated by-Hon. C. Ithe "moval of monarchlal insignia, fford SU11, Frank stood second with S5 per ceni.i'_En.d Hubert Bell 'The weather has been cold wjlli flurries' of suow. J. DoherLy his bills in Lhe house HIE >Mier day. During the latter part of Lhe caucus lL.--Tva'g nolablc lhatrlhere were some who were representative ol Ontario, although one expressed Lhe rlew that each had nbont an eQiial number. Action by the hoard of commerce milk prices for'Oclober to a cwt.J, hoie space. U Is'Mr. Haddad's ;ln- nllon to rent or self half of Lhls Kijig and Sloan' lappy- llrau; i cups. 85 EpenL-pver the tea The Women's -'InsliLute, now "have the'r roonl '-Mrs, Bruce.'s for- Up (J-'rom 'Our Own D.C.VOcl? apprecJa- Live half, ol -whtcli were lad'ea, gathered Ih VioLoria Hal! on Wednesday roVenlng to greel Hou Dr. J. II. King, minister, of public works, and Lhe lion, William Sjoan minlsler of .The. meetiDc1' waa held under, tbe .auspices of Lhe Ferule ntdtcg Liberal AssqclaLlon, and P res I dent A. McNeil .was chairman for the evening. Hon. Dr. King ouLIIned In a conclao mcr 'millinery rooms, just, opposite {manner Lhe legislation enacted by Lbe :he. QuSen'a Cafe. H was used for Ihe [present governmcnl In regard to pub first meeting' last Saturday riighl, when Ihe U.F.A. and .U-.P.W.A: held their regular meeting. He- works, proving Lhat all pre-electfon promises had been fulfilled and sketch ing what they hoped to accomplish IT The altcridance al the United Sun- regard to roads, land settlement, etc. day school last Sunday morning was'lirthe future. 92. Mr. A. I. Fisher, the member for. the hind, I shall When the w'nr broke oul tbe pfefien hero of Flume'espoused Ibt cause his country with the Entente, his people and proving.himself mo powerful than-tbe German Jnflueniavc arranged showing where many needed reform had been particularly In re- ;ard (o women's figtts. Mon. Trir. Sloan then summarize what bad been done lowards Improyin :he mining laws ot Ihc province an respecting labor, showing lha iic had the Interests of the .workln men at .heart. flofresbnienLs served aL the cloa added, much to the enjoyment ot th evening. New Business Block A. F. Kaddad, an cnterprisln merchant o( tbla'city, has purchase Lwo 30-foot lota pn Victoria Avc. op polite Hie King Edward liolcl an will erect a cement buslnnas hloc has bctn begun- on Lite celln (or a building 30 y SO feel. Owing I tho of the season only on utorcy will be completed this fall, bi as aobn as the weather pcimita In lii spring, another, alorcy will he addc and the building. enlarged lo, cover tl mlsapproprlaled for that of "pfcctlc fancy. The merrthcrfi of the. local bar have1 forgotten all auotit big haacbill series In fit (cm pi Ing to solve the conundrum "When Is nn officer (j[ (he pT'aec not a pcact "Pussy Foqt" Shoes for Infants Thl.i .shoo Is made In alzci 1 Lo 5 for Infanta: and has .Ihe 'advantage of Ihlck, aoH plhhle eolc, cushion Tho sole bolng plisblo alloivn tha clilld's fool Iho natural move- ment when walkfng. Ihua Klrcngthcnlng Lhe mnsclea of Iho foot and jilloivs to walk naturally, The thick soli prcvchls 'pcbbica -and .olhc-r hard sobalanccs from Injuring Ibn fool. baro them in black kill, jJatenl lealhor whllo lops, patent leather blnck top.i nnd brown fclrl leathers. Price; per pafr up, ASK TO BE FITTED 8HOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON Co, 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING and destgnatlona of all kinds from buildings, letter heads, seals, rubber stamps, brass buttons ot wherever they are affixed, Norman Taylor, real estate dealer, nnd driver of lua aulomoblle that struck and tilted Kathleen Dritton, scyen-ycar-old Uaughler of tleorgQ LUrULon, Windsor, Tuesday, was held tblnnieless by the coroner's jury last nlgfit. Hid. F. E. JIarley, chairman of the finance com mil Lee of the Ixmdon clly council, which Ig'mos.t illdlEg, but he can not ilo'thia hcjconcemcd with issued to ,11 use' all the gro'unil- floor 'In. his I quash the slrcol railway higher fares [bylaw, stated It Is probablB that Uie A report tenJcrcd hy the' Toronto 1 transportation commission Lo the board of epnlrol rccomnicnds tho ap- 'of a committee of six membera'to formulate a policy ot IranstiorlatIon, deal with all maLLcrr. pcEtP.lnlng to the subject; ami take control of the street railway system when the city acquires It. At the last session of Ilaldlmaml lowuslilp council, a com muni call on from Lhe Hydro-Electric Power Com- mission was received, stating IbaL i was Iho commission's inlcntlon lo send engineers InLo Ihe MlslricL as soon DS possible for Lbo purpose of obtaining a rough idea .of the traffic possibilities of the proposed electric, line through that locality. There arc tlioiiMiitls'of Impcrinl dealers and service Lions throughout Cdriada, cslablifhcd and mainlaincd to give focllcr st'rvicc to those who buy our products. For reliable information regarding fuels'or lubrication consult (lie Imperial Oil Dealer or the Imperial Oil Man. Imperial Polarine kills friction and saves power in automobile, truck, tractor and motor-boat. Imperial 1'olarinc keeps its a protec- tive oil cushion that stops overheating and retards wear. Makes a powcr-tiglilscal between piston rings and cylinder walls, and so gets all trje strength of the fuel. Burns with- out leaving carbon. p Three Polarine, Imperial Polarine Heavy and Imperial Polarine A. In.onc-hftlf, one and 1 four-gnllon scaled cans, twelve and a half gallon kegs, '.Half-barrels and barrels. SM by good dealers titryu-htrt. v LIMltED t Light Lubrication hes in all Cities ;