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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETHBRIUGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1919 Devalb HlDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Ltlhbridga W. A, Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Dusmesa Manage! TELEPHONES Buslrvtis Office......'......... 1252 Editorial 1224 Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rales: Pally, delivered, psr week .15 delivered, per rear 7.50 Daily, by mall, per yc-ir Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, br per year to U.S. Dates or expiry ot snbscription ap- pear dally on address. label. Accept- ance of papers alter expiration date Is our minority to continue llje Sub- Bcriptlon. THE INCREASE OF THE DRUG HABIT The Hem in our Issue of Saturday1 in regard to the r-ppallins spread of Ihe drug habli points lo llie pres of a danger of national menace. Its old leaven has not. it atpem, m svltc- ol the results ot ite war. teen taken out ot ihc- natron: neither haa German diplomacy undergone any particular great change. The recall ol Von Golle from the Bailie Provinces was insisted oix by Ihe Allies. Iu reply ID ibis insist- ence, be was summoned honji1, But did not there Ions. Ho re turned1, prutenca to the Allies thai his presence in the DaKIc ivinctf? was needed lo iwreuide the German soldiers there to relinnuUh occupation o! these yrorincej. It has beeu freely stated thai there a large and formidable force of soldiers In the Ualtlc Prov- inces, On Ihis force tba futurv o( a Germany resurrected to power once more is relied on by the Germany ot today. H Ls related In German newspapers that during recent limes large transport colutims have been leaving for Courland, the excuse be- ing made lhai the present German Government cannot coatrol these troops. Thy aim ol toe tier mail, force? in the Baltic Provinces Is to join hands with the more powerful lotluences in Russia, whatever Ihey may for the i-me being establish. Germnn influence and control there, Russia will thus becoma-a rvrniiUns ground Garden Stuff AH Killed Had Accident lo Mr. J. Hamilton (From Our Own COALDALE, OeL The cot- break of smallpox at UurOoUC-. has cancelled (he that bul the enterprising companj" not to be outdone, so are putting on an emergency proEnname at Coil- dale. Ibc largo posters and folders stive'details or this evanl, which .iva hope all our citizen? will attend. Tlwro ought to be a full house In the school auditorium for every uro- smninie. This is tho first ot such pro- griaimes that Coalilala has had tho opportunity io hear right In our hoiue iijv.ii rnd we hope that the success of this voTure will make similar en- leriaiximeiits.possible in the future. The prognmuie features Sergt.- Major Ihe president of tha Australian War Yetera is League. He Is to loll what AiisthCju Is doing lor her returned soldiers. The Van Unrno Veterans' Colony- wil. no doubt LHJ ktMily InterostcxI r Ihjs.ltem. had the full btnelit.of the frost for tho ambitions c-l Germany, put an. end lo ali'vefietaUon lor She will afforiran' aTonuc to the! this, season. It appears that quite East In place ot- Iho previous one templated on.- Furlfa'ef. the .opportim-J quite ily trill be afforded for Drinking back- age must of _ being Insidious nature aids to the mennce. This may be said to he tha pro [he old jEDparchical re-inie and re-! TJio school motor ran sys'Iem Is io crettiau Ihe Germiny of old with all; difficulties tecausfl of hroken.culverts. the that Rusfia rurnifbcs. It Is slated (bit the Importation of drags in Canada tas Increased since 1312. Ihlrly-fire per ctnl. for cocaine and six hundred per' tent. lor mor- phine. The despatch points to a covered by (he presenl action of Von Der'Golu. The war irJth tbe gu'.le of her nation, is not yet In Uie less measure she Is trusted, tbe greater will be the as- Which" reminds us Ahat a petition uow before the government asking for establishment.of rural municl- pality In .ihe district. The deplorable slate JD Manitoba in re- finance of .future poacfe. Meanwhile gerd to the addiction to the drug habit. K. the matter wtre Incjuired into, it would DDL be loo iadch to say. that, conditions prerall- Ins iQ MRiiHorja'will be found in the fcame, or lite, proportion in other if.- provinces. In Onlaric, as represent- ed by Toronto, we read the drug habit is spreading lo an alarming extent One Toronto druggist, accord in E to Ihe Toronlo Saturday Night, Imporl- ed ID August last. Lhirly pounds of Opium, whereas snch a drag store "would iiEe In over one pound per annum. In the" revelations Iti regard lo Lhe drug habit brought lo light, H be- comes ;a question as lo whether In centralizing overmuch 6n the liquor Question anolher danger, Just as If not view of Its secVel norking, tas been allowed to fieaawar- I( firps rise: (o lie enquiry whether loo drastic prohibition bare not, driven 'iodiridnali [o Eatlsfy Lhelr inclinations In a- more peraJciops direction. U this ia'so, r then. injjnd.eaToriog to remove one another has been crealed. This V" may or may not-be true, bat II raises an Jnleresliog No one. can dispute tbat cffqris'to kill the evils of drink are' worthy ones. Hut. in the of zeal uf S .Uiose behSnd. the moTemenl, rnay'il that become blind to the growth'of another national evil? The, itnur m me HUIUC ui iiiiu ji Coaldaie Hall was well attended. tJispo; to fly to Tokfa Eomethlug.ln the way of ii being worth while lo the Italian (Jorercment to get rid of him. I3ut In the uee Ihe "Uberator ol FiumeV made of ihe money, the GOT- mGDl with Us own The Is truly Inc wonrlerlanil of (he Dominion when il comes lo The Headr-made School Trustees are advertising for loaders lor a leather's residence, c A. L, Broivn IE preparing lo build a new house on his farm two miles tomh. of Coaldale. From the Herald ColaTnn" wishes position as housekeep- er in or out of town where Ihere are DO other -ironipn. Goaldalo won't suit this case evidently. r. Lough from Duhlr Idaho, bought the place five miles north o[ Coaldale and will move horlly. I The sctcol fair soo-la were htU ast Friday. The cuy. was Y.-CH fty Gerald Walter. It'WPS held last year ly Adolf Koukpal. Jt Is'esi contests hsa lo be postponed On account ot weath- er on the day of the school fair, ns the crowd to cheer Ihe contestants was not very large. Mr. AVhlte the teacher o( Keady- inade school nas rcslEned jinfl left on Saturday's train The trustees are looking for a neiv (c-achcr. It is Trith Great reluclan.ce that we hare lo say that Coaldale will soon be compelled to lake steps lo secure police protection.-.Last Friday hooligans from the daoce proceeding in the Hay-growera' hall "amused" themselves by pulling down school properly aod bombarding the prtncl- nal's residence with various To pay Ihe least It la hardly pleasant1 to be awakened In the. night by. hood-1 lumiam auch 33 this. If the commuri-' ily splril Is not sfrong enough to.slap It, resort will have to be made to tha policeman's batons. Unfortunately this is not the first occurrence of this yesterday of the national adjustment committee of the United SUles ship- ping board, which refused to granl'an Increase In the coastwise longshore- men's seals from G5 cents to an hour. As a result ot tho strike, all sailings ol the Southern Steamship or Morgan Line between New York and Now Or- leans and other gulf ports, as .well as sailings of Ihe Old Dominion and Sav- annah Line were cancelled by the Un- ited States railroad administration, It was announced hero today. Shipping Board Acts WASHINGTON, OcL the shipping board and tho department of labor took cognizance today of Ihc longshoremen's strike now in progress along Ihe.New-York wolerlronL Announcement iyiis made by the shipping board that decisions of Lhc adjustment commission" would be fully supported and it was announced that every resource within llie power ot the shipping board would be employed lo move its vessels and Lo sustain the de- cision of the commission. Stratford building permits for the month of September totalled rOH TJIE BUSY UAM raised tfil {of He bos- pllal by a les i Several casts ot smallpox have been discovered at Chester-line. Out. It COEIS a transljut trader J500 for a llceuso LA Kclovvua. It Is thai during tha past year (ho population ol 1J. C. IKIS Increased Tbo McPhersoa House. Iu Kerapt- bus been purchased by SUnlcj' Sloan, 3 rolurnDd soldier. Tho Murfc In' Penticton, was bought by Jlui Chow lor llie turn ol 515.000. Seven quarts ot milk lor a dollar. This is in Penllclou. the ceulre ol a Hue farming district. The death of Mr. P, 'symona, ol Clinton. B.C., occurred last week iL Yernou. An fnloresllng meeting was held In Greenwood the other day, the gathering ot citizens was oddresecd by the Houa. J. D. and T. 1'attullo. Tho mluei ot B. C- last year pro- duced pounds of zinc and Ihe Sullivan mine at Kljitberlcy pro- duced mere [ban half Uie eulpul. Mrs. G. R. 'Ve'nablcs, wife ol a mil-known (r'ull in the Cold- (ream district, died last vteck at tho Vernon hospilal. A unlive of Eng- and. she had Iked iu Iho Okanagan or nearly twelve years. .It Is very probable that a land sol Ifiraent board will visit Aslicrofl, J.C.. to Inquire thoroughly Into the irospccls of orgaDlzliig a land settle- ment Ihere. The first tax salo held tn Enderby, B.C., was not a b'.s success. Tbcro were 25 parcels ol land ollered for sale, bul unfortunately there were no purchasers and Ibe lands were knock- ed down to Ibp clly. Dr. minister ol public worts, vislied Cacho Crcclt leal weelr, loot :ng over the. site on .which the gov ernment proposes to build a brlngo Why Buy the Mason Riscb SIMPLY because there It none better, while If you pay A higher price tt'a irasted Our method of seUinfi "from factory .to howu" Is possible LecauEC of our LmmcDEo output. riding bicycles on ih; -ide-) U t? Mmmo.n walks; and the chickens are not ot the buman variety eilhcr, as may ba !rsi auppoaed. If anyone Is Inclined to disbelieve this, the following notice in Ihtf Red Deer Adrocate should be convincing: "1 have been instructed by the council to tnlorce otdi- nanct against cMckcos running al large and riding "bicycles on the Bide Shells, village marshal." BaJkafc'provinces and'lWp Jaler de- there po'nt to the fact th6 Germany of (o-day Is'not Ihe .r Jcgeneraled Clermany which It out- proclfllms iiself (o he. The Major Sluart, who Is conducting (he coal of Hying Cptgary, tad ,lo glre way to the ladles in ihelr ar- gumcTil lLat they chose (ancy Bh not for their novel and bizarre appe ance put for their riuallly. He con- ceded alter some.argument that the ladles cafrfod their paint. Tho malot Is mftn, who has ItarnL the asclesEness of arguing w-lih women. -If-he In a married man, hlg home (raining has not been neg- lected. Write Candidates, Liberal and U. P. A., in (he Field Into the joy of Sunlight We inrife.youjo madam, i( you' are -not; already 3 Sunlight Soap user, into the ioy wash lor Sunlight docs the wash without rubbing. Into the joy of fresh, uii- (atied, good-as-ncw. and .an: hurt hands, lor js absolutely is all soap-Ht has far more than ihc cleansing power of coaimon soaps. Jfsttt on ffltinf Ihe SMp jm aik SOAf. tEVER BROTHERS UMITEI) TORONTO 32 BDMOXTOM, Ocl. nrll fdr the clccllon In the provincial riding or Cochrana ha'a liecn Iho elec- tion to take place tin Mondaj-. Xoycni- her 3. The norn'.nalion. rlay will 6{ one wdcfc.'oarllei'. The'vacancy.-wal (iiiuccf br Ino rtcatli otthe lale 'iV. Kishrr. J. A. Corflifl, Cres.iMeM, Is rtlotnlriK 'odlccr. vi fi'V. Thompson uomiDatcd cral candidate Bt Ih'c conTcnlton Sat urilay at Dof! Ponfl. A, Mcorc, (Jif'.A. candidate, Is also In the Held. Puzile in Foot Comfort Ao your feel TeeJ comforleblfi wjitn first you put your Bhort on and laler" leel as K would burst your ahoes? Il Is nol rccessarlly the fault o! the shoo. We know Iho reason anil .the. method ot correction. Jlrlnjijiich trouhlcn to in onil we will them for you with comfort. Filling Bhuos properly and giving foot Comfort, our specialty.'. ASK TO it FITTED SHOES FOft ALL'AiSES W. J. NELSON Co, 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING Mason fc Hisch baa been bulk In Canada for over years arul every instrument Is guaranteed. Ask for stylo tooklcl. MASON R1SCH, UHIIED Bilmoral Btock Homo of Iho VJclrofa" over Lbo llonapartc river. When llio brldgu Is built 11 will bring to a cTosu (i big light between tho pctlliontne people of Caclic Creek and Ihe gov- ernment. During ihe pasl L'O nionths New York Stato declined 000, duo to decline in birth rate anil the Influenza epidemic ol last year. When E. T. ShcUiia opened hia travelling bag In a ,Vcw York hold ho (ound In it women's wear and 000 In liberty bonds. A Laggagc- man'g mis Lake had given him tlic wrong grlii. Albert Sullivao. who lias recently returned from Hires ypars' sen'lco overseas, has resumed-his former po- sition as inspector or high schools In tlie province of B.C. Dr. Thomas Kelly, of Clnclnnall General Hospital, carried on n con- versation while, .ivalchlng a fellow surgeon remove hta appendix. A local anesthetic was injected into Dr. Kelly's abdomen.. LAST SESSION IN THE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL, AT COALDALE TOMORROW Two of the Splendid Performances Tomorrow Night OLIVE McCORMICK McComilck, prlmo donna, formerly soloist with (Ho I'JIIsburg SpraebDiiy Orchestra, In ioinl concert wllh WITEPSKIE'S INSTRUMENTAL QUARTEHE1 Tlie brilliant yaang lluss'nn Director, Moycr'Wilepsklo with ils widely know.i Quarlellc. Good Accommodation (or Visitors from Lethbridge and Surrounding Country. Admission 75c ;