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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HBHI1JGE OAIT.T WEDNESDAY. ocronF.n 15, ttbe V v alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Political warriors of other days luvelr declined the fray and are content tojl look en. All the Ministers ot the] present Ontario CiOTcrnuleal, bar two. j will have to light for thc'r seals. A! Ontario Nominations Following are Ihp nominations made feature of tbe elecllc-n is Ihe number Monday !u the Ontario elections. Pave this list for reference l Mon. Proprietors and THE LETHHRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Street SoutS, '.etnbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing DlnxLur John Torrance Business Manage TELEPHONES Office Office........... 1252! of fights. more than holt of the seats contested. a complete service ot election built1- To haiard the result ot the election kins cu tbe returns; will be more than lie politics! profiti D. (scclama- wlll dare. All that may be surmised John Morroir RoWi Con. is lhat if Ibe present Government wins Ktnimn Spencer, Liberal; it will nol GO so wllh a plentiful mar- rjohu K. Wright, I'-. P. A. gin and In the result small mercies Brant Smoie. Con- servauve: 11, C. U. F. O.: Ken- Jrk-k. Liberal Brant S. Brewster, Con- Ecrva'ive; M. E. Karris, Uberal; M. Mscbu'ie. E. Uhjuoran. Conser- vative; Dr. LtbcmL be accepted as something to be ikful for. THE PHINCE'S HOME i IN THE WEST. Member Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rites: Dally, delivered, per week .....I .15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 by mall, per year 5.WJ Weetlr, ty mill, per vear 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 3.00 Dates of eiplry of subscription ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- UCB ol: papers after eiplratioa date Is out juthorily to coDtlnue the Bcrlptlon. .GALT HOSPITAL AND THE PUBLIC. At the meeting of the Hospital Board on Tuesday, a suggestion was thrown out by Dr. Latterly that there be something in Lhe nature of a Public Reception this tor tie purpose of Interesting the public. In the pitaL Tie Idea, as we sense :'I, is .ODD -which should be acted on In tho Interests of the hospital. A h.iupr auguri- of the future. In adding a tie that tlnds in the relation- j ship between Canada and the OM Country, Is the purchase of a ranch by iis Royal Highness, the Prince of iVales. He becomes" thus, to put It the possessor of a "Liule grey home in Ihe West." In [his sentiment there ere Jusl the lome-like associations about it which make It so compelling. Su far ac Canada is concerned, we are accustomed to look on the Throne in perspective. We are removed by distance from its associations, and thereby lose that personal touch which is the strons cord of sympathy that blaJs Throne and people as so Intimately shown in their respective relations in the land where the Throne hss its home. The-distance makes distant is removed-just by that institution, such Uie Oalt Interest taten in the 'there appears to he. Bruct McDoaaJd, Lib- eral; W. il. Feuton. U.F.O. Bruce D. Cartlll, Con- servative; Krank Reunle, L'.beral; J. J. Zeuler. U. F. O. Bruce .IfcWolcny, LJll- Charles Green, Conservative; Gideon Rattle. U. F. O. 11. Acres, Conserva- tive; K. H. Grant, U. F. O. S. roller. Conserva- tive; M- Lans, Liberal; John Vankr, 1-abor. John Return, Conserva- tive; T. H. Slack, U- F. O. JIU'ard, Conserva- tive; H- Farmer. Durham Preston, Conser- vative: S. S. Staples, U. F. O. Durham Wtst-rJ. U. Devill, Conser- vative; W. J. Liberal. Elgin M. Mcore, Conserva- McVicar, U. F. Ellgn F. G. Dairmld. Conservative: Peter Cameron. U- P. O. Esex- P. -Persson, Con servailvc; A. S. Tisdele, U. F. O.j S. lillle human touch which has lod the [Ducharm, Liberal. Prince to purchase a home in the To paraphrase a familiar sen- Essex Melvin Fol, U. P.- O.J tubert Wigi Independent. tence, It Is (hat one touch of natora C. W. wiich makes the whole Empire kin. servalive; A. Liberal; Canada for the Mills, Uhor. King may be said to be some jing ot i Kospilal, sbdujd enter Into Cho com- 'mtinltT life of the citizens That is 'to sf.r it should be more id evidence llgnrativclr than it Is." .To be plain :there should be considerably more hospital than not loo much to say that whatever Is beard 6! the hospital is in the nature ot Individual complaint of some sort or other. This Is. an open secret 'All the food -wort which the hospital Is doing and 'all'titat-ilt affords. In Uie nature of the Institution it is, appear to be hidden, frojn the gaze through1 the 'fault of DO one in partic- Ailar. -Tie reason for IWs Is not far -.-to sect. it is .-purely and simply j -.tbrongh. the hospital no tj Ihe mind's, eye' of. Ihe. publjc. J1-- There Is .one way of giving-the ,'pilal a nnblfcity. tliat Is-.tiy held-in-tha i hospllai once or more during lie year- Such a 'function with' Ihe people in- to allend, and t so doing allow- ed "to look over Lhe hospital 'as far as this is practical, with the'nccessary social" frills will do a great" deal in requisllfi interest fri'.lho lastlWlpn. ._; We refer .to. the suggestion as one that was thrown out It was a remark made but not earned "any" fur.ther.'j ;It -would; be well .for. ,lhd jBoard at a future nfeeUng to see this suggestion functions and that desirable "gfct-fogether, with publlc'as guests, be arranged. Tho ;haapjliras an Inaltlation much to .gain and> nothing to lose In the ar- ;r'angemeQl. Public Interest in It is b'f-'a-iozpllal. Without ll It iiecomea something In the -way ot a ifcad letter eo far as the general pub- concerned, fn the value of an institution Bach Z3 the Gall Kobpltal highly undesirable. M.'Rankin, Conserva- W, M. Fawceti, U. F. O.; Dr. ilive, .M. rawcet a lasting- reminder of a visit which independent. Canada In general and in the West in J- M: particular -has' been fraught with happy recollections. The people o; the Dominion have sained a truer and belter conception ot Royalty as em- phasized in the particular government of the Empire. It is not too much to say that in the person of the Prince Royally has ben enccared in. a way which couli not have been belter brought about. In this West, as compared with-de rest ot the Domin-j J- MacDonald, Liber 1; Duncan Ross, U. F- O. G. H. Ferguson, Conservative; G. A. Payne, U. F- O. Grey I. B. Lucas, Con D. Carmichael. U. F. O. Grey S. Donald, Conser vative; D. J. Taylor, U. F. O.-I-abor. Grey Jamieson. Conser vative; G. M. Lesson, TJ. F. 0. W.M. Jacques, Con servalive; Warren Stringer, U. F. 0 A. W. live; G. H. Clever, Uberal; J. F. Ford ion, a home such as thai as has teen I Hamilton L: Landers, So! selected has its Tirtues. The pleasant intimacy gained between Prince end people becomes accentuated and the relations we have learnt-fo know there- by'firmly cemented. THEIR'MISTAKE, It -wanted tie. meeting of them on Ihe field of battle lo make tbe Ger- mans (horbughly understand tlie Eng- lish whom they have at all times af- fected to despise. The "discovery oi ths sonrces of strength" has evidently proved a very illuminating one to the Teutpn' as the -Vollowing fronr Ihe German Caiette shows: "We knew loo liltle about the Eng- lishman. ID Goethe's time he the traveling lord; to the Dreader of' the incomparable Dlck'ens he" was" the jovial, ''rotund landlord or country squire, with taste for pie and punch. In our time, were faced with ,a Uiln-llpped type of men i which Itself to he. Uie chosen race, of God, and .easily, but with keen eye; oVej seas and con llnenls, steeled Its nerves, formed strong friendships, and, seemed little In the way of Inner or- enjoyed an Incomparatle iiannony of'nationality and of private and public life. "We busied ourselves with finding out and the'unavoidable discords in Its expression of life, tho mistake In iU.character. But some ier Independent; G. C: Halcrow, La ior-'Capt: W.- Fitzgerald, Soldier." Hamilton -A. UncFaflane Conservative] James-Diionr Liberal rt'allcr D. Hollo. Independent Labor. .Hastings Graut, Conserva- tive-" n. K. Deneys, U.'F. 0. Hastings n. Cooke, Con- servative Hastings H. Ireland. Con- servative: E. D. O'Flynn. Liberal. Huron IL Proudfoot, In- dependent; J. M. Clovenlock. Liberal; James Livingstone, U.-F. O. Huron .Joynt, rative; W. H. Fraser, Liberal; R- C. Proctor. U. F. 0. Huro'n Ellerlon, Cflnserva- Northumberland D. BoBge. Conservative; Sani Clark. Uberal. Ontario Wfthenll. Conter- rallve; J. W. WMdlflelil. U. F. 0. Ontario Charles Calder. Con- servailve; K. X. Sinclair, Uberal. Ottawa V. Hill, Conserva- llve; O. 0. Hurdtiian. Uberal; John I.abor; Mrs. J. C. Sears, In- dependent. Ottawa Durocher, Coneer- J. A. Pirard. Libfral; F- U- forlunc. Labor. Oxford E. Butler. Con- servative: J. A. Calder Liberal: John Scott. Labor-Farmer. Oxford A. Sinclair..Con- ervalive; Alex. Rose, Liberal; A. T. 'alker, U. F. O. Parry Edjar, Conservs- Ive; B. B. Hall. Liberal. H. Kennedy, Conservative; Y. J. Lowe, Liberal. Perth F. W. Hay, Liberal; V. A. Amej, R F- O.-Labor; J. J. Ms- on, Conservative. Perth Smith. U. F. O- JberaJ; Dr. P. I. Coupland, Conaerva- ive. Port Arthur- Donald M. Hoiarlb. Conservative; John I1. Moouey, Uber- 1; E- J. B. Laquer, Independent. Peterboro East E. JIcDonald, U- F. A.; James Thomas, Cocservallve, Pelerboro A. Glllrsple. Lib ral: B- J- Sedan. Conservallve; Thomas Tcmes, Labbr. W- H. Price. Con iervMive; Dr. John Hunter, Independ ent Uberal. Mooney, Consen'ativp; Guslave Evanlurel, UbDral; E. Caron, J. F. O. Prince A. Xormau, Con- servative, Nelson Parllamenl, Liberal. Rainy A. -Mathe-n-, Conser- vative; E. J. Uberal; J. F. II. Bsrber, U. F. O. Renfrew A. Dunlop. Con- servative; T. H. Moftall, Liberal; B. Warren, U. F. O. Renfrew T. W. Mc- larry, John Carty, U. F. O. W. D. Rob- lins, Conservative; Serjl.-MsJ. Joseph McXamara, ScMler-lndepondenl; J. C. Vick. Ijbor; Gcorgo Lockliart, Social- Is Haclne. Liberal; P. D. Dlanchani, U. F. O.; L. A. Landrj, In- dependent. ..Sault Sle. W. Hearst, Consen-ative; J. B. Cunningham Labor. Center T. Simpson, Con sen-alive; G. F. O. East C. Anderson, Liberal; J. B. Wrigbt, U. K. O. SEmcoe I. Hartt, Conserva live; C. Anderson, Liberal; J. C Johnstone, U. P. 0. f: Simcoe F. Allan. Conser vatlvs; Itichard Dflter, U. F. O- South Ferguson, Con servalive; Edgar J. Evans, U. F. O. A. McNaughLon, Con serratlve; '-McLeod, Liberal James McKillic'an. TJ.jP.'O. Sturgeon Conser S. A. Lea eandre, U. F. 0. SL R. Parnell, Con servalive; J.-B. Masters; Liberal; Law, Labor. McR'ae, Conservative Dr. K. II. A. P PA ICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR TUK HCSY MAN than 20.001) people alenijed Markban Fair on Saturday, breaking all The Royal Bank has purchased tho old Central Hotel property on Main itreol. Gall. The Locdou houHug commission las decided lo only build Iblrly houses Ihls year. The Branttord Collegiate I: so over- crowded that an extension in the tear future is conlt-mplnled. J. Harris fc Sons, London, arc i suing S. Coplln, Oltawn. for damages for breach of contract. Wfarton Furniture Factory destroyed by fire with an approximate loss ot J15.000. Tunmerman, had served on tbe police (orco for thirty years. The Donnelly Wrecking Co. were successful In floating the barge Hilda, which went ashore al SloUv Island. The cargo ol n-hpat carried by iho freighter W. Grant MorJen, bound (or Port Mc.Slcb.all, la valued at Twenty nine fire alarms hire been (timed In fn Dranirord In IS con- secutive days, but the Jomnje hits betn comyaratlvely small. Phillip If. McMillon. 46, capitalist, and principal owner of the Detroit Free Press, uled suddenly rrom heart (rouble. Five were hilled and thirteen In- jured In a collision between two cars on the Buffalo. IJKO Erie trac- tion Hue, near Dunkirk, N.Y. Jtrs. Emmfl'oo Pankhurst was i heckled by radicals when the opened U. S. speaking campaign against was Bolshevleu at Neir York. Massachusetts wage commission will o v- :T, minimum wage scale for women The Robins and Myers Co. are build-1 girls omuloyed iu tbe .manufac- .3 a new at Branlford, and ot goods will employ 500 bauds. I __ paper says tests show Two Montreal children were burned 'to death when tier tried lo light the stove wlUi coal oil. Boston cow will yield 10 lo 12 uer cent, more milk when milked to a musical accompaniment. Sweezle.'TJ. P.O. and Labor. ..Jl Conservative; Alex. Montgomery live; J. Morgan, Liberal; F. Labor-n. F. O.; Ralpb Taylor, Llbera U-F.'O. Toronto Norlhtatl, Stat Pitt, Conservative; Dr. II- J. Cody, ConserratWe (acclama Major Fife, Liberal; Col. Machln, In- ONTARIO-' JiOMINATIOHS. prospects which tLs coming ilectlon In Ontario hold (orth have not (a be less Intemllug rjor less pompllcited In the result ot the otfl- .cljil nominations, in the variety of political.complexions afforded by the 'different candidates, there Is erery political color for I lie most fastidious 'jollllcal .'in the variety of candidates, the .picking of faroriteg raual prove and the situation some delicacy In the matter '4f cioka. There ara tionservatlTee, Icdependenl-Con- servatlvea; Independent Literals.- UnKcJ .Labor Candidates, Soldier candidates, Socialists, Prohl- and anti-Prohibitionists. As lometblng lo to the panorama of dirergendea, there are (hroivn in, in a class of their own, Prondfool, sir Adam Beck, and Mra. J. C. SearB lo make, aa it confusion more conlounded In a of political wares. Out o( nil 'ffrii tangle the rnaln lessue ID the elec- Is lost In the diversity ol person- and opinion! held. There Is ll'tiell beating of drums to dIKerent and the popular one will no drown the Mat (n the rcsnlt of polls. ,..In tbe peculiar nature of Ibe On- tario election, the Interest which tho ipeopTfl of the prAvface are Uklng Jn It nas become epidemic Ihroughput the A .light Is (icing staged Tilth' teany Ifilerestlng derelonraefiil. !p conitltuondcs the tight will furiously.' In others the contest no'l appear lo look very eiclllog. thing else Is needed If one Is to know the discovery ot tho sources of his strength." Commenting on the above tile F.d- monton Journal saya: "The Germans are not the onlv people who have been mistaken in sizing up the English character. have need lo alter their conceptions and show less din- position than does this Berlin news- paper lo face the facia which the war as demonstrated so clearly." NODLEFORD, Ocl, Noble- ford branch of Lhe Red Cross society will meet at the home of Mrs. Slnari on Wednesday afternoon at half pas "iree. The Ladies' Aid will meet at lh on Monday, when a parly of fricndi -motored out from Mthbrldge. The Jolly Jarty conslsled of Mrs. 0. F. Bletcher and her sister, Mrg. Ritchie. of Prlncelnn, B. C.; Mlsa Boles, and Miss II. Blotcler, Don't forget the concert In Ihe K. of I'. Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 21st. Col. W, H. flimsies', who was seri- ously ill In Ixindon, Is reported to be rTi (mnrnvRd. dependent; I. Helnan, Lauor. Kent B. Slark, U..F. Capt. J. N. Mowbrar, Liberal? Ken' T. Bracken, Liberal; Milton'ShW.'Conserrative-.'W: Hardy, U. F. 0- Ross, Conservative Lambtqn J. B- Martin, .Cpn- McEachercn, Liberal; L. Oakea, F.'O. Lambtori Gardiner, Conser- vative; -J. Labor; J. M. Weu- ster, U. F. 0. Lanark F. Preston, Con- servative; Chris Forces-, Liberal; S. IcCreary, U. F. O, Lanark S. Gould, Conscr- ative; W. 1. Johnston, U.'F. O.; Rich- rd, Grant, Lahor. A. Vf: Gray, Conserva live; Dr. J. P. Sinclair, Liberal. Mayer, larshall. Liberal; vf. Kline, U. F.O. Adam Beck, IndepemJ nt; -II, H. Stevenson, Labor. Middlesex L. Ilobson. Con- ervalive: J. Frtebom. U. F. O.; jt.-Col. Koblnson, Liberal. Middlesex Elliott, Conser alive, John Grieve, Literal; J. G. Brown, U. P. O. Middlesex A. .McKenzie Conserralire; J. K. Lethbriiige, U.F.O W. Ecclejtone, Conser vatlve; H. F. nice. Liberal; D. J. Arm strong, .Independent. Niagara Musgrave, Con F. .Monjoc, Liberal; C. K wayso, Labor. Mo'rrell. Conserva live; -II. Marceau, Liberal; J; T. Wl' ;on. Labor. Norfolk K. Sutherland Conservative; 0. D. Sewcll, U. F. O. Norfolk A. C. Pratt, In dependent Conservative; 'jospeh Grid land, U. F- O. Northumberland Hume Conservative; W. Montgomery, U.F.C north of Bowmanville, Ont., was nr- for having an Illicit still. The death occurred at Kingston of .live Wenlworth T. II. Regan, onsen-alive; Dr. D. H. Thompson, beral; W. f. Crockett, Lnbor- F. O.; Samuel Wilkinson, Soldler- abor. Winditr-J. C. Tolmle, Literal; W. Woolalt, Conservative. York G. S. Henry, Coil- ervalive; It. J. Gibson, Liberal; Capl. jeorge Liltle, U. F. O. and Labor; ohn Galbralth, Independent Couser- alive. York H. Lcnnoi, Consrr- nlive; S. P. Foole, U. F. 0.; James "Tallou, Liberal. .York Forbes Bodfrey, onscrvallrc; F. G. Liberal; am Hiding, Independent, James Simp- on, Labor and U. F. 0. nTbonnu-S- oilers worth ol Ibe finest grades of tinned meats, fruits and vegeiablea lo the public at cost. llosle Xardello, live years old, was killed In Thorold by a grocery truck backlog over tier, she Laving hidden on the aile. L'Assumpllon College, al Ssndwicli, atld Ihe Academy, al CtmLhuin, t ducted by the Sisters or Ihe Ursulliio Order, are lo be removed to London. Michael Valcour, a farmer, ol Marlborough township, was killed while nnfiniling a corn cutter, the top of vhtch became loose, striking him on the head. The Jury brought in a verdict c nol ETiU'y ID the case agalnsl Mr; llolduc. Kitchener, who -was charged wllh causing the dcnlh of Mabel Ta- tum. Xmas is Gelling Closer WHY NOT Blarl Eavlog now acd have the best Piano In Canada la home for Lhe New There's evcrj ilto and fllyle la our aaeortmeuL of the famous MASON RI6GH You can paj- more, but you can't buy belter piano. bare tared through our ayatem of Belling from "Factory to Home." Ask about II, of Paymint. MASON LIMED Balmflral Th. ol .Mich., police are look- ng (or ILo mUcreonl who threw 10 .0 15 packages ot carpet lacks on the pavement, puncturing lire: on more than 25 autoi. New Vorfc Herald eays Drltlsh and French government have begun ne- gotiations lor flotation ol loans aggre- gating In Ihe U. S. this autumn. Bodies of all U. S. BOldlon interred In Germany, Belgium, llaly, Great. Britain and Hussti will be returned to the B. RS soon as transportatlou can he arranged. The deaths are announced ol Sir David Stewart, formerly lord provost of Aberdeen; Lieut. -Gen. Bowes For- ester. of the roynl artillery; Col. H, Adow. of Indian stair, anil Lady borough. t Toronto Northeast, Joseph Thompson, Conservative; Lt Col. A. T. Kelly Eyan, Indepesden onscrvailve- Mrs. H. Bundy, Liberal W. Buckley, Labor. Toronto Southeast, Seal r lOOderham, Conservative; H- S. D wart, K. C., Liberal.1 Toronto Southeast, Seit IcBrien, Conservative; Captain J. tamsden, Liberal; McDonald, L jr. Toronto Northwest, Seat homas Crawford, Conservative; G. !anerj Liberal. Toronto Northwest, Seat V. D. McPherson, Conservative; L Col. H. S. Ccper, Liberal. Toronto'Southweat, Schottcld, W. Currl Rupert, Independent. An 'rohlbillonlst.- Toronto Southwest, Seat If O. Wallace, Conservative; Joty O'NIell, Liberal. K Victoria R. M. Mason, Conservative; Alison, ,U. F. O. Victoria Dr. J.'.W. Wood, Conservative-; rVC-" Sandy, U. F, O.- Waterloo North4C.-H.-Mills, Con- servative; W. i. Snyder, Liberal; 0. C. tlaehnel, C. Bar- Ijor, F. O.; Nicholas Asmuesen, In- dependent Liberal Kj. Soclal- Waterloo Hall, Con- servative: Dr. Liberal; K. K. Honnlb, Ijibor.. Wellmotoh Prltchard, Conaervatlie- A. Fllcha'rdson, Liberal; A. Hollyer. U. F. 6, Weillnoton South J. .Cockburn, U. F. O.; llev. Capl.'.C. II. Dockland, Conservative; Kam Carter, Independ' ent Liberal. Wellington C. Chamberg, Conservative- W. llowcg, Liberal; It. McArlhur, U, F. 0. Wentworlh C. U, F- O.-Labor; S. J. Center MEN'S SHOES WITH CHARACTER Are what you (fnd IQ our slock, this coupled wElh a ML as giTen by our salesmen -who Vnow how IL (it, having all nnd styles lo work from Ihe wearer results In seiflce and comlorl thai c-in only bo attained In a store confining Ilaclf to footwear, also apectallzfng In fool comfort and sfervlco. Our Prices Range from to a Pair ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AOEa W. J. NELSON 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDINO 5 5 GLEYS c a package before the war a package during the war and c a package NOW THE FLAVOUR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! If.J ;