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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETHBIUDGK PAM Xetbb ridge, Blbcitn, DAILY AND WEEKLY .7 Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 Eth Street South, Lethbridga W. A. Buchanan President and Director" John Torrance Busings Manage TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Mtmber Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week per yeir Biricullure prosperous and making ur- ban problems secondary. 1 'have a'.- >a to remqily this, and legislate in an a'.l-rounl way. but my heart is still with agriculture. If. our; yarn- mount July 10 got ueopU oii. and 10'sec :Lal they are elide hippy nd prosperous there- -I do not know what c'ilms ol culiure hive not hccu mel. 1 do ?6l know what legislation we could enact al present that would belter asrlcuj. iure. nut if any such is. brought to IUT notice I ftiall always bVgiad to {.its il and if reasonable and just, ste thai 't Is enacted Into leelsla; lion. We have receive! vigorous op position iroin the cities in tome re- spects, out we realito that to make prosperous cities ive must have prosperous rural districts. "I thought wo were attending to ihe .needs ol the agriculture industry very i well, but if there is in somo minds n quesUoo thai we arc uol meeting tho FRHIAY, OCTOHKR 17, 1910 McCpll's Visit Appreciat- Fatality Nar- rowly Averted fFrr-m Our OVB CARJIASCAY. Oct. csraa verv near belus a serious if not litni accident happened last Saturday nisht. dvrse Slujiuons. who lives west of town, just is to was about [o cress the C. R. crossing failed to PA ICKED UP IN ASS1NG 'f OH THE BURY Good Programs Highly Apprec- Arrnngp For Next Year's Engagement (Ftom.Our Own VOrt. IS. -Toe Chautau- uollce north-bound in. aud Just passenger the (rent Bally, bv mall, per year Weekly, by molU P'T yt si 5.00 by raalU per year to U.S. 5.00 of eipiry ol subscription ajv- dai'ly on address label. Accept- for ihe protection ,r authority to continue the sub- Stewart spoke ol ,ue farmers' elevators and qf how in Ills tome town he had had experience with this before going into public life. He haii learned the dangers of the -line anil was able lo advise wben of Some had lfl.1 ;he farmers' elevators, thought lie hid ac autocratic stand in bringing about the changes nd revolution necessary in the way or malgaraalion. but his policy bad prov- valusb'.e in sav'ng the farmers a rest deal ol money. He referred to tie larm machinery wero in Carmangay Tuesday. Youngstown. Ohio, passed an onll- iance regulating air "traffic" over the city. Chicago Training Schiwl enrolled 1.09D women to study, practical caro of the. sick. Accused of holding up aud robbing a man at the point of a revolver, a Se-year-old-glrl Is under arrest lit New York. Four big projects for Now York pol- icemen are under way, nnd Include a proposed co-opcraUvo store, hospital, athletic field and clubhouso. About 2..500 slrlklnl; silk mill workers at Hcranton, V.i, acceutej compromise of increased wages with- out reduction of hours. Slriko o! printers at New York niay seriously Impede election ma- chinery, delaying lists of reentrants and prlntiug of ballots. Walter D- Hlnes, Director-Genera of U. S.r railroads, has .suggested tlil.t the lines, when restored lo private ownership, increase their rales. t'ord is contemplating tho establish- ment (if u steamship lino to Ireland was corroborated at Deirolt by Cbab. It. Sorenson, suyerlntcujcut of the b'ord Tractor Co. Cavlalu T. G, of tUo London r.iitl Norlh-westcni Railway Irish Steam locket Service, who has Just lied, crossed the Irish Sea no fewer than limes. Heads were broken on Fidu ave., Xew when mounted police clnrgcd a mob ol several thousand who attempted lo parade wiihoul a permit. A number of ar- rests made. ct, which was dratted some years act The Implement men had tireal- ,ed to spend all their proliU in de- nting lie Government, but the legls- ation had ben passed and all tho im- lement firms were still doing busl- id doing it on a better basis. a ride- MIKibbon, Vancourt and DucXley. Miss Maggie Krazer, Miss Vera Humnion, and Mrs. C. I. Skinner. Capl. McCalTwas entertained by tie town at night to a lunch and smoker at the Bachelor's club. Tho registration of pupils at the Carmaogay Public school Is larger than previous years. Many from rural schools are now attending tha higher grades, preparing for eiamica' ifons. Mr. and Mrs. J. 'W. Miller were Cal eary visilors Mozday and Jtiesday :of this -week." Ashley Baker U 'leaving'' for. (arm he bought near Red Deer today A. E. Quayle relumed-trom his visit lo Cranbrook liis week. Petazy Geltoj relnmed from' Mnni- loba this week-' -where- he has The question ol machinery repairs ad also been met by legislalion -which lie companies to carry a full tne of repairs at-two points In the province. Some ol lie grievances have been dlliicult said the Premier, but we did slop tha vicious practice ol an implement agent going to a tanner and promising all kinds .hlngs to sell implements, and then having the company repudiate these promises1. The companies are'now held responsible-" The 'Fjemi'err atzed'jthe situation when" "Prom away up In Peace Biver, 400 miles north ol Ed- monton, vre get a demand for-a road Irom settlers working during hurvesl. S. Lozp; of the Grange hotel, -was a Calgary visitor Inls weet 'The-'End qf'.a .Perfec well atlended last Wed day BlEhVarjd all'.were-TcllVple with clean (hey. N'eiv York UoAid of Aldermen adopted U report I'D. tl.WH ;md J2.COO salaries for hree grades of pjlioeiuon and lirc- uen, and subsJtnlial Increases fur other city Houston Tlmnipson. ol tho V. S. Federal Trade Commission, declared Iho public would be sw'ridled out ol tiOO.OiiO.OOO a year unless Congress erects proper safeguards against "wild, cat" Irivesliueuiij. New York street car service rosy suspend in three months., declares Receiver Job Hedges, because financial.Lurden Is rapidly destroying reserves, lie denounced "cheap poll tics'" as ruin of transportation system A former Queiec. man has closed a number of contracts bishops In h'ranct lor the reconsiruc rtU'n cf churches destroyed illlring the f Governn-.eul supBrvision of coil from ,vnr jlc. [s at pres mine to bin is advocated by chairman ]n ui. Mr. Dagneai overnment. Dr. Mile's famous leclure, "Tallow Jlps" yras received wllh much enthus- asm. Dr.'-Mlles lias come into close contact ivlti many ot the cclebrilles if the world and his lecture told In a Imple, entertaining way ol tha human ,ldo of these men" and women nnd ot ho thing that made them great. Dr. Milos -was also''the principal, speaker the second ward chapel Sunday nlghL Perhaps the finest leclure was the orie, "Playing" by Capt. Wood-Brlgga, of--the Teias National Guard A brilliant young man ol magnetic presence. Capt. Brlggs was fnll master of his audience and with shctlsr of- wit, pleas- ing delivery aid a profound-sin eerily, life" delivered -hlrn'-mc-ssage' on recon' slructiori "problem's. It was ajpleudld elfor't: last'Epeaker-of the, 3enea -wma Ma'dame.ZehnBr, B writer and lecturer nbl'e. .'Her address wT> Thi't-Heip dr. HInilw Ihe'iPrpjrsss ol She-shaw- ed an. extensive knowledge ol, world ol a Senate sub-commltleo Investigat- ing threatened shortage and present high price of coal. Three persons killed, 20 Injured, and property damage ol was the toll '.alien by a tornado which slruck tho littlo town ol Holaington, Kas. .During the trial of two men dicted'at New York under anarchist law. il was learned thai the talesmen 7'soundea" by mysterious agents. Rounded up by a sheriffs posse at 5 he will be kepi busy int contracts for at least two years. Tho order given by the goverumen of France for forty wooOeu ships British Columbia 'oi completed, and tho yanls have n closed their gates. The fortieth shi be launched the Neuvell Fcosse. which look the water at VI' toria last week. Of tho entire coi tract halt were'built at Victoria an Ihe olhor half divided nruong yards o the mainland. The strike of the employees.al II Canadian locomotive wcrks in King Wierton, W. Va., 119 I. W.'E. Ont _ hila The shevlsls and anarcn'sls were forced tas otcn May 9 as BUY NOW WHY WAIT IV you're Kolus to buy a Piano al all whiter, why uol do U now? Tbo long (all evenings arc hero helps make llieiu short uml ei'juyablc. lip sure you buy a MASON RI5CH Highest priced.' Inuiiensc uulpul sold our own stores unkea "Faclory .lo Home abou1. Ihia '--also easy payiueut plan. Balmoral.Block ot tho Viclroli' to kiss the flag in lie pnbllc square, and then driven out ot town. Bill before Congress proposed a resnlt or n 'strike ol Ihe metal work- CTS. but ivork lias now been resumed, the men going tack at the company's _.._ _. oiler. They get llfty hours' pay for heir doparlrheiit for JJ..S. air forces. hours work, which- means providing an oi-ganizatlori of all incrtjsr; of 10 per cent. lie beginning of the yc.ir this trade sold for J75 per thousand feet, llc- lons from lUe raiils ol Ottawa and indications throughout the vulley sliow thai the sawmill cut for this vear is f.muK to be short, and con- siderably less Ilian in tho 1515 sanitiB season. Xf. Kriessen. reeve ot the rural municipality ot Itush Ijke. Sask., was taken in hand by the citizens at Swllt Current the departure of thu Current following tlic departure ot the Prince of Wales, nnd com- pelled to salute the flag and sine Save the Kins." The alleged 'ac'llon of FricsseiM which caused thu rouble. his neglect lo Imre his end when ho stood on Hie reception latform. as the b.iml struck up tho national anlhorn. Chief. Inspector 'irker. of Scotland Yard, who Is with he Prince's parly, reprimanded blui. would cncourgae commercial aeVonautlcsi'' i _-. WmV J. president of untversity, Ibe- Baptist seat ol. learning in' Toronto, bas.un- eipectedly been given the sum of 000 Davles, of_'the Wlllliim Davies'company." The money is'to be used lor the erection ol a. women's lava 16 naul miles. We. get similar requests from all orer the province.' The population Is less than tha't of tfTo city 'of Toronto, and It U scattered over tliis area ol 0 miles by SOO miles, and everybody making demands. There must be no lay in dqvelopment- More schools e more .railways must be uilt, nnd TO aro criticized because we uild railways. More roada, more ridges, more improvements ol all nds, and sometimes tho work ol ad- Inisiration in view of Ihese problems wearisome. We must get Railway has to be dealt with soone or Inter. In iU relationship lo ou tide capital Invested, in tie spirit I Trhlch. delay Is brooked, Ihe soone tie better. There is nolhlng lo be gained by procrastination. In the settlement of the. Gran Trunk Hallway qnesllon. In to present proposals, there Is th principle oE punllc ownership Involve If Ulls 'principle can te established without prejudicing the present linan- condition of the Dominion, the proposal In respect to the Grand Trunk Railway admits nf'ttiU angle o( viewpoint. eople here ny tne Ihousanda and lens f thousands. It Is vital that we do EO; ;anada today Is one .hundred millions bort ol paying revenue Indebtedness, with all Its sources ol revenue. This crlous situation demands careful houghl, but like the boys who went lo that some ol tie drivers were charg InV lo cents' tor an Individual loaf, In which case'the driver kept the surplus for htmsell. No instructions had been given the men as to the sale ol individ- ual loaves and- he did know what they were charging. He only knew that. Uiey -.vers told lo give mers the benefit of the-ticket System wherever possible and'all'he" got out ol 11 1-9-Cents a loal. Mr. Adams "was asked to, explain why he had not submitted to Uie board Ibe InformaUon required by Ihem as 16 Ihe cost of bread in Rsglna and he explained that fie had EU much stock and his premises were so Email that It-was Impossible to lake his stock' accurately. Moreover, his cake 3uslnes overlapped wiUi the bread business and it .was. difficult to separ- ate them. li Tvas computed, however, that Ihe cost ot ol one comme'rca andTn'dll'slry- Thti musical "side'qt tho Chanlauqna Ihis season j'as.aJilUe abovcjhe aver age." The Hendry company were very was; alsu.-.thri Venetian'.TrIo.-i'The'Witepski orches tra is a, very line aggregation ol In strumenlalists and their rendition classical'and popular taneously and K' genenii- manager cjjnrcrence will be of intcrriaddnal'Jier.caulile-- Marine, at I in furthering: the obj Soutliainptqn, EngJ" arriving in Now erlug. A wide elrculnllon of the verbalim report of the proceeding at the Indus- trial conference, lield In Ottawa from September .15 to 20. is being made through the labor department. 11 Is felt tliat this report Bjid menioramlu of Information prepared 'by the tabor department In connection with lite conference will be ot substantial value iects ot Ilic g !yorki-'predictS'freiEhf -rates will be years.' A report froin Ixmdon that Henry, enthusiasm: Dnririg.iiie3everiln6.-ilr.. There is suld lo lie conslrtcratjlc easines among the postal employees of Canada at present, -.and in Toronli a general, has been suggested "For three one of the men 'ths government' has been Watch Miiih disappointment who wns arrayed in bee'n Gaul, delighted the with ,hu oueslion from one com-j rendering of the loriy-.wo r0 another, Anti now they have j Mr. Bill Bishop and'family have re-1 t- ,t over Io a commit. ------1 i- I j -._. .Mis at the non-appearance ot .Miss'Ollva JlcCormlck, lie well-known and pop- ular coloratura'rsoprano. -Illness pre- vented her appearance here. Those who went on the contract as guarantors ol the summer Cnautauqua were- J J MnnEan.'JIark H. Hrlm- Pack, Jos. Nell- p; SkotiBon, C. J. Peterson. lurned to Grassy i: Hitchen Scbtland bn Saturdny morniug lo Tisit her uc sister, Jlrs. tce of twenty-five, which means that The Udics1 Airl Is tone held at the home ol Mrs. Patterson .on Thursday, he Ifiln. A rally meeting I y Hall. Rlller, T. J D Spaiford, Jas. Heggle, J. Evans, L. D. King, Chas. F. SUele Jr.. C B.'Allred, D. F. Fawns, N. L. Mitch- ell D P. Stouson, J. M. Boyson, Geo. B.'court, Redd, J. F. Anderson Jr., Hay Powell. Tance and offered their lives that we might live, we must not shirk our doty. We must get the people here and hold tiem In a very yean, three or four millions; of them lor condition.'1 THE GOVERNMENT AND THE f AHMERS. In a spsech at Cochrane. Premier Stewart gavo a clear enunciation of Ihe policy of the Provincial Govern- ment toward the agricultural Interests of the Province. The farmer Pierntei spoke not only as the First Minister of the Province but as a farmer, lie made use ct the following significant sentences: "Since 1 -went Into niiWie In Ibis province 1 have worked In the Inter- ests o( the agriculturist. 1 know no ..oilier bustaess save farming. II we arc lo make a success of Ihla province It is Ihe llrsl duty ot 115 public men lo make Ihe agricultural Industry' na prosperous as possible, [n my- olhei capacllles In the Government, prevlqui lo becoming' Premier, I gave my alien lion to this and lelt the urban prob lems lo thi other members. Kot tlm reason'I was somewhat rclticlanl il iceepl' llie post of Premier, ['erbapj have been to certain de free In tt-aring .chiefly njiuri making loal, of bread exclusive of delivery charges was 7 1-4 cenU-, IrTB delivery charges were 2.03 cents, brings the total cost ot one loaf up to 3.28 cenU- Calgary 'Coal Prices CALGARY, it neces- sary to have a marble bu'lding and mahogany liltlngs to sell This was the question asked George Feet, pi Toole, Peel and company by Alberla otherwise we lace a serious Mrs. "G. S. Corse during the session Thursday morning of the Allerla coil commission. Mrs. Corse put the ques- tion with the Idea ol finding put what were the ty soma Ilcccnl advances in the manulacciir-1 crs' prices cstatllsh a record lor llie higher grade ol lumber in the Ottawa! to bo'held ond company, testt [led before the commission. Somewhat divergent views are helc by" coal mentioned, tut ai agreed that there was very llllle coa stocked Ir, Calgary at Ibe present tlrne. as associate members, which Novel ThanksgivinB Entcriain rnenl at Grassy Lake Was Greaflj Eiijoyed (From Our Own CorriSDondenll OHAS3Y L.VKB, Great War Veterans' entertained their friends o'. Grassy Lake- on tho eve nluK ol the 13th, Thanksgiving Day. The entertainment was both a novel and successful ode. V The cellar ol the-hotel was turned ,nto a dugout, dimly, lighted jfllh can- dies. Here Ihe who were ask-, ed to bring their mess, Jus waro Weary and Worn- Languid and Depressed and Despondent .....ring----- served with mulligan, hard tea. tins we biscuit BJ Journeying to (tib Perry Hall, where dancing was Indulged In till bcyoml Ihe jmall hours. Previous to Ihe Hugh ScflU, who pre.i'dcl. Invited thoso present' lo Join _.._, .spruce..up 1 a force.and ;omolei new new nerve a-idildoei You an feel it do- trina back tlic glq'iio'ud Jiu gooJ-y-ou e.n W' Vbring back jfeeling ot buoyant spirits end A NEAT, TIDY FOOT With-that gracclul apT'Carance, can orJv be the result ol properly lilted shoes.. This Joel away with that loose, baggy appearance nroumi ine ankle and upper; the broad, flat appcarince of the fool. Thesp results chn only lie secured by having your foot fitted in on F.jcluelvo Sh6e Store calrj'inB shoes In all widths and lenglhs, so that you can get what li required for your particular fool. We have euch a stock .and know how to lit the shoes to all feel lo got Appear- ance and ComforL- 1 You will buy hero WHY NOT NrJWf W.J. NELSON 1 020 THIRD AVENUE 60UTH 8HEBLOCK DUILD1NO 'ft, 1 'put the yout cheeks. It is WinCarnis you need. Yout system ia like o plant rjiooping for want of yttler. And jusl at water reviycai D drooping pUnt, eoWincarnis gives new life and yilalily to tun down constilutions. Wihcainis h more than a is'tt a neiyc- fooJ ill in one. The ingredients Wincamis ore iKoit nlvi tilth our boclici compoleJ. THty food and whtcti blooj >nd ntlvei crave. Iniuoilittl again in Get li o li to nd InD ii Mcd tnd true, .nd itcomrnerdcd l.y.lhe mcdlc.l piofcgaiou all Over the world. ,lf DMlor, Ccl it and A tf flttf, cf Mali. Inn n tfftM's T .A N' Theseiare only 3 of the 15 different models Looli for the ttore With the tnf i 123 BlnrrSUecl INGEfLSOU. McnlretT, Cinin ;