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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR MB LKTTiOniEGE "DA1LT SATl'llDAY. OCTOBER 18. 131U tbecalfc Hlbcrta PAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers f THE LETHBRIDGE HERAUD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 126 6th Stretl South, W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Uirevtur ilchn Jorrance Business TELEPHONES Office 1232 Office afford a substantial argument. As foil to the Canadian argument. iLe instance ol privately owner' mil- ways may be cited, particularly iu the lease of lue private railway5 now opor- !6ietJ by the Government, la .which par- (ttcular iho very reasou tor taking over j .be sysle-ni poinli a moral as lo private i enterprise. WhM UT iu lha of J owned I'oiapaoy should Le laiJe possible (or a uublfcl; the whole of the people as stockholders, ihvis brine- hif un added interest. It Is .alter all t a concern, i in osc whlcb iheir own It remains for iheiu lo sec that the fame Is efficiently managed, j Tbis depends ou the gorfrauieul ihe 1 people elect. To assume government- incapacity am! ;ueHlciency in rt- 1 to public is ihe qiiesilou. The argument is a poor Member Audit Bureau cf Circulations I OIie- In'the arraugeraent proposed in re Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered. week Daily, delivered. year ____ 7.59 u Planas M Dally, mall, per year .......5.00 Government will not own U Entirely, M'cckly, by mail, per year....._ 1.5D should thi! proposal ol Us acquisition b.v mail. year TO U.S. onl, ihe principle of public i ownership cooies le. Certain Interests ol espiry qf subscription the railway, to ihe extent or silly LIBEL SUII PLIERS DDT Gnmdison ,Nol Guilty in N, Rowell Shows How Uy Former Town Order lias Kept Down 1m- Engineer ports of Narcotics t> ll toe lo ihe GnmJ Truol; Railway, us cep -VJ-'U at !hoUSh tht suU IFrom nur OITB nt> MACLEOD. OcL lu the supremo Thursday morning, (he AUhone vs GraitJison libel case lakeu up. ti, II. in tat> box, told the court that work done was for the benefit of the lown. Cross eiamiued by J. jlaliiew- sori he slated ihat all con- ni! for water nnd light were kept In proper munlng And ihal no comuiissious irere paltl on the side. After hearing all the case, I'ufige Ives said, "I have no comment to offer ex- cept to say lhat the prisoner1 not pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiraiion dale Is our authority Lo coaUniic the sub- scription. million dollars, will be lielti by the owners of ilie guaranteed stocX for a period of lliiriy years, or loss, as Govemmcnt may elect lo lake over same. I duo The sky pilot is sliH 1 up hte nams m the lead he is preserving in the aerial race. IT. BUSINESS OR The Board ol Conm'.erci course will be holding its in the the visit Trill be altogether a welcome one in fulIillLDg the purpose 'Cor j It was created appears to be ginl tastes nre not Cor ox- Foraewhal dubious! in view ot the traTagani prices, working ot ihe Board in Calgary. With the severe fines Inflicted on sleeping car condaclors and porters up in ihe case of the Italian [root Dlair- the Judge dlsmlssei the case, as this man had damaged his own prop- erly only. At p.m.. Captain McCaLl of Cal- gary, was taking a tltlle flight of hts own down the Carmnugay rail- road towns, calkd at cir- cling arcuud orer. the town at tjie hour named. He cacce In (roni-Ilie cast and flew quite la Ihe public P 1A AICKED UP IN SSING FOP. TUE BtSY BratUtortl taxpayers have paid 9S per cenl- of the taxee due. Waller H. Oonncit ol 51. Gather- ____ Allies wag eletlrocuted iho Stce) T nadlatlon plant there. T. DEBATE PROCEEDS Oswald M. Pease. M.C., ot To- j ronto, was thrown from his horso while riding witU a pany of trlends. OTTAWA, the. o[ a' Tesolutlop. Mr, UotveU iiurodiiced in the alter aooa a 6117 to license Iti'irori jntl pori of cocaiuc, opiuiu and their preparation.'. The bill coal imips in Kfi'rl onlers- ill-council passed in May last .under the War Measures act. In recer.t'year.s Mr. said, quantities ot opium and cocaine 'imported into Canada httj shoivn a marked increase. In view of thai situation and Jn ordfr lo neroac greater control, the ord-[ ers-ln-councll wcro passed. The in- crease in iiuportallon, however, did p LethbrWge catoc up lo Bellevue on not necessarily consumption SL Increase Jn Canada. The object or Importation iuto Caoaila had .largely to Eel the druns across the intornalioual border info the United Stales. Hovel) road a series ot figures shoiviog the effect of tie Bchool, so that all the children could council. DixlDg the year cuJtue; sco him, anJ take his 353, j March Si, 1919. there were alfo lha color of browii nnd green. I ounces of cocaine Imported into Can- He dropped several packages ot art- ate. During the three mouths o[ vprllslng mailer for wholesale 1919 the license. July, August in Calgary, which v.-erei gather by Ihe tnrt Eeptemher. cocaine children. II WR.S fin Interesting and to 1. 5U ouuces. Imported Morphine There it appears to hare beeu much talk and little doing in rrgard to gel- ling down w basic mailer iu ihe way of the eiisteocc of (he preseni rate pl prices. To Judge from ihe opinions exprejECd in the.CBlGary press in respect to the doings of the Board cf Commerce, as represented by .ft has been souelniog in ibe shape ot it mlsht well be askefi if eitravt-. Another date in the history ef .Mac lecd and one Ihal-iviJl lire Jn the memory of the children VI1 Ihoir HTCS. Mad cod had A large --number of scribes of Ihe law who "-were a'ttfiudins tho sittings of the supreme 'rourt, tinic Tor Lhe school children.' 1'nporlcd duriLfi ihe year ending March on Ihe C. P. R, Ih'cy have l to a veritable nlghlmare. "Preserve your caofEdence not mere- ly in yourselves but in each olher organize for success lo the last de- Is the advice-laid down by Field Marshall HBIET_ Tbls is sound and sp inqaLsliorial court, rviin'a needlcsslgood advice which has a double force prying. Into otter men's business oi! coming (rom a man like Hair, particular interest, lo .ihe Board or tic public ID general so far as ulti- fnate result's are-concerned. At one meeliDg o! Ihe.Eoatd ot Commerce in'Calgtry, H stated.. a fcortlon -of lah'.'alternooD 'fitlinf wae cOQEiimtd bearing (he private con- yeraation" in', vhich the manager or tone business concern threalenej to do H that II tout of business.-' .Vep- The sUicmaat mflde ty HOD. Ceo. Graham, that the present offer to have he Dominion Government tafep over he Grand Trunk syslem 15 being Daninulaled by a gruup of capitalize, s" a bold one and requires more con- rirniatlon than a mere ipse dmt- hat IIE could lo pul-hls competitor of business.-' .Vep-'i3electable und resling it to the' intei no meanj Jii.jhe decree to the public." "This "sort or thing may be all .very well in a "School lor but hardly rfigniTieil for an'Instltuilon .aa tte, Board'ol .Comojerce. Beyond this it is a frisr- olous waste of public lime- nnd money. Nor can It be said thai (he Board is doing Ine right thins by subjecting, as It appears to have, beeu doing Cal- business -men to a "bad quarter .of ea hoar." JTaclIcs or (be amount to those oi counsel who arc erossciamlning opposing 'Ailueates. U is hardly fair thai business Tnenlihould he.aubjetletll In iuls ordeal or be Ireal- inimical spirit. It is p're- .stipposed thai they "are in league lo rob the pablic. Thai is something In common fairness phould not be assumed without clear proof. To 'gel at.this proof la the ths Board, if evidence warrants lie same ihls purpose will not be eTfcclrd .'by (rlTOlous, Teiatlous, and 'irrelevant enquiries. Nor sbouid the public be "7 .called on to pay lor' The invcsUgalions ot lne( Board ot omirjEfce snowed that trian are just as, guilty ol Tsnlfy in Lhc choosing ot their hats- as Troinen, II it is doing no tiling else, the Board of Commerce Is some iignt on human nature and removing some pre- conceived notions. In regard to Ine female as compared with ths male, Sex psychology will no doubl undergo a change thereby. 31, .1919, totalled cunces. Dur- ing too moutiis under license importations were ounces, np- csnces per year lasrend of 30.nop. Crude 'opium durtrs the year end- Morcb 31, 1919. vas linpurtcil lo Calgary, Blairmore. Pincuer Creek. jthbr.yKe, etc., being represented. extent or -pounds. Durin? Rev. A. vrtio haa beeij at- three indpr the liieusb ..ndinET the general ressiou'' of Ihe ware 1.11J pound-1, UligslonBrj" Soclely of the pounds per, year LS cor-.iparcd church in Toronlo, relurnwl borne on anrt speaks of the eastern :vrsr put into effect provinces an prosperous., butjnoue! Mr. Sinclair. Guyshorp: "Is it true pleases him so well as Sunny Southern j IRat the use of. Ihese dnigs has large- .Alberta. increased in Ootario during tho Mr. find Mrs. Andrew re-1 Past Rowcll: "Tliere is no evidence turned home from a visit to the east- ern provinces, where they placed Iheir Eon in vinces college :o in Toronto. McLean and McLean nave opened a ballery and elecjrle semcc sUUon and report bUElnD-s very good since] opefiing up Several cars of hay- and have BrriVed at Macleoil [pr-fanners in the district. Life, insurance men haT iting- .riiaclyqd during the past wpet- vis- FRENCH FARMERS' WANT, MINIMUM PRICE PARIS. Oct.1 ol arininff interests conferred wilh Ihe minister of a'gricultnre today and asked lhat a minimum price he fiztd'for llie wliEat.crop of 1920.. It is. understood Ibat indications were .given that will be no prlce'Iiied for_nfrxi yearT it being >aid lhal the o' cooimercial liberty in par- ticularly wheat. Is most advantageous for lo that effect. My advice from the officers of the healtl ileparlme'nt Is that there Is no ground (or the con- clusion lhat the increased Importa- tion is due to any law recently enacted in HIES province of ..Ontario." The bill was read" a first tirnc. A. K. McLean then Jnlro a resolution favoring an amendment lo the l t and Canned Foods net in Us appltcalton to the canning of lish. providlug that lobsters 'should be picked in tins of ihrec, six, nine. twelve and 16 ounces, "and that they snoiild iLdicate: thia; The ar based on Uie same >-fl's-' given TirsL readioE anri come, before house'at second reading.' reading of the bill to ac- quire inc Grand Trunk" Hallway was rten taken Hon. J.'D. Reid, min- ister of referred lo a re- qufesl for definite figures made by Mr 'McKeuie last night and said that he '-A PHASE OF OBJECTION THE Reading-between-tlie lines, -much the opposition to the proposal la .regard lo the acquisition or the Grand -TisSiTsy by ihe Ciortrnment !s R prejudiced view'In, repptct lo nation- nl ownership- The question demands to be considered on its alone and condemned on HE demerits as it presents itself as a national Issae, A deal ol the _ opposition lo ji'ibllc owneriliip 'COTDCA from Ihe iQlereats'i who naturally see Jn the project Eomelhinft which atfecla Another part of Ihe opposition lipae sec In KOVCTJI- toertt (allure and the in Jcctlon of politics. This assumption. if (wrsls.fed Jn, will (Cad nowhere in the evolution of progressive" policies. 71 Is a bogey which la the national faro necessitates dcsprltlag. U la a roflecllpn on governVnenl'g and a rc- .IJecllori "on the people who make gor- U bfclrays ah assumption fct Iccepaeltf and venlallly whfch for the ol Ihe people Should'not be allowed (o be. It Is an Impeachment .of the people by Ihe people.UieraacIves, on the part of those wbo are ftpprehcnalre of public owncr- As a leeson of Uie evils of-'govcrn- biepl ownerabrp, as "compared to privafo the example of fhe 'nianigement of the Canadian Pacific 10 frequently cited, JTbfVfs ail Jn favor of the com paoyi, II 1s 'flTor which In every well merited1. Du'l any raoro 'than one swallow does not make a 'I jammer, particular case dots not. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company The Largest Life Iniurance Business in the World District Office 201 Sherlock Block Phone 339 1866 Still Going'Strong Now Has Over 20 Millions of Policies in Force V Number of clafms paid during Epidemic from'Influenza and Pneumonia........................ Amounting to of deatlii from Influenza and -Pneumonia among the general population oi ttie Unilcd Stales and Canada a litllc over the number of death claims' paid by (lie Metropolitan Life against the total number o( deaths, then you can obtain some idea of ihe popularity of this wonderful company. the large number oJ claims amounting lo in 1918) it increased its more than any olher company in ihe world and sla.nds first .among all Life Insur- ancc companies for the amount of Insurance in force. Why Not Join the Crowd and Become a Member? LODGE ATBEuM (t'rom O'jr Own Corrtsoondtnll BELLEVUE, Oct. Morden "eduesdjy and mMituicj Hay ol" ope Rebecca Lodge Mere. There ere some 10 members InltaLcil and ,e away to a good start. IMtr died from E. Gcxjllie Quaiitz has bct-n lrAcU music (carter by Iho board o( education of London at a salary ot 5J.MO per jew. A Granil Ulver ear crash- ed Sato a tbrasMug machine neur Call, smashing Ibo car TKilbulc, Lut not seriously Injuring the juolormau. Jclm Mitchell, was sentenced lo Jail la was allowed to so bid expired. Now Ibe pollen are looking for him lo uave him de- ported lo lha U. S.- Deri, sfi-jrear-oW sou o( Albert Freedj1. or Casey township. Xortheru Ontario, JIM a result of the unes- plained discharge ut a ritlo letl near a vllidow by a. brother. The Board of Commerce OD Satur- day grafted a stay of 15 days In Iho enactment of its ortyr rciulnltait prices o( products, which .ivas to hevo KOUC lulo eltect ou Wednesday. 'The loirn is yours, pjint i[ any color you like." Tbls was the ten o'[ whicl Ki-evle.l iho Prltco of Wales at .Cobalt and ejpressecl the spirit of Iho welcome extended thu prince by the Porcupine people. J. H. D.irues, United States wheat director, fiave public nollcc lie would no nejroe team Iron Victoria Re- any stlcmpt lo citeod to an' ecca lodge of Colemaa came down! other crop Ho present government ud put tbo ucw members policy ol guaranteed prices on wheat. is understood that the new lodge Is mine to get one hundred members cfore Ine close of 1919. Tbey Intend oldlng two meetings a montn. Thanksgiving day passed very quiel- in the t-ainp. The only excitement as potato digging, .Mrs. John D. .McDonald ivbo has een very ill forrsome time Is report- d to be on Ihe road to recovery. Dr. CampbelJ of LoChbrldge came up ,st weefc on business and returned onlq on Thursday. Mr. Stephen Xowton who has been ok [or some time, went lo a sana- trlum at Fort Qu'AppolIc, Sisk., last eck. Tile West Canadian Colh'cries re- eived Iheir new trucks from [ho elhbrldge Motor' company lasf iveek. outd not add anything- to the Elale- ls already placed) before tb'c ouse .in committee. J. If. Sinclair, for the opposllion. aid the house should not have been eked lo consider this legislation at he present atago of lha session and the present financial condition ot country. There was LO reason why s bill should not have stood orer ntil next session. II the Grand nint was going into liquidation thai no'good reason for going ahead ith the bill nt the present Hmo. rning to the situalico, .Sinclair aoid' that within .two of Ihe present goTernmcni go ng into power they had reached Ihe oUom' of "strong box." Hon. Arthur .Meighen retorted inai n that year they had paid off a large mount of (he national debt. Mr. Sinclair, continuing, said iho ormcr minister of finance had art- nilted thai (he national debt had In to sic lime's ivhai it wag De- ore Hie war. Tne mamber for GU oro asserted at the present tlmo anada" was loaltg J100tOOO a day ifough Hie railway system being np- by Ihe government. The announcement was made nl a dln- ne-r In his hcuor given by directors of the Chicago board, of trade. Mtss A. Marlyn, icsiiector of pub- ic schools, Toronto, was the recipient of an honorary degree at Queen's university.-Sho was tho firsl woman lo be honored. Degrees of doctor of laws were conferred on Hon. W. li, MacKenrle King, Hon. G. D. Robert- sorx Stephen B. Lcacock. Brig.-GDn. Ross, and uewspaiwr bdltors. The genera? hospital ehouitj btco a free hospital or (RX aupporlcd, ant! ft should he submLttcd lo Ih'e people at the nesl rivlc election, lo deride vrhclhcr the same shall be by ijie or a duly elected board, was the basis of a resolution (fiat was passed at the meeting of the Federated Hatepayers' sfoclatlon, held in Calgary. Prohibition hag resulted In the con- Something About Pianos A GOOD, relinble. giurau- ipcd .MUEOU Hlsch la a source of eoiidtaui plca- suro. 11 will noi gel out o( ivhilu vliino will u coiijtuui misery and sourx'C of cjiueiiEC. buy ;i Mason [lisch by our moucy-savLCfi "factory lo homo" plan- on eaey terms. Style Catalogue free. lloeic Homo of (hi aumplloij of enormous quantities of sugared drinks ajid candy, responsible In a largo part for tat present shortage of sugar, Arthur WIKIams, U, S. federal food adminis- trator, sold: 'Tho Increased concump- Lloa of the country ;o far this year Is estimated to have increased 600.- 000 Ions over thiil (or. Iho flraL nine months of he added. The citizens' Tormed durlne the recent In Winnipeg, will ploy- a orominen: part lr- this year's civic election, and it Is believed that trie approachlnK campaign be fought out on Issues during tbc industrial upheaval. The first indication that lha league ntciitlcd to participate actively in lha contest came leaflets were seru out urging every person enlHIeil to rote to make sure his name Is on the Children's Shoes We are in a positioh lo give you the best values in Children's Shoes. Our slock has been selected from ihe best known manufacturers of these lines. We havo tJie Veil Jinoivn Classic Shoe, -Tlic Hurlburt Coshloa Welts, nnd WJlllatns Solid Lcatlier. A lino of Classic make (or children in B! C aotl'D. Sizes Iroin 2. (in Tan La) up to-S'- "UThero else can you get-it? SHOES FOR ALL AGES ASK TO BE FITTED W J. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S AND ST. CYPRIAN'S AMALGAMATED Services during the month ot Octob- er will be held in SI. Cyprian's Church. lornlng Service, 11 a.m. iunday School, 3 p.m. Service, 7.30 loly Communion at Sr_ Mary's, S a.m. Rev. Canyn Murrcll-WrTght 3T. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBRIDGE Corner 6th Avt. and 12th St. C. N'orth Rev. Stanley C, Ripper 617 12lh St. A, North Combined Harvest Thanhkeglrind: and "Childrc-Ys Ila'y" services be helJ. There vrill be a children's scr rice In the afternoon, taking the place o( the regular Sunday School. MallD3, 11 a.m. 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m.. in church. Adult Bible Class, "3 In I'arisli Hall. Doy Scouls, S p.m., In Unity Hall. Irl (luliiei, Monday, 8 p.m., in Parish Hall. Wolf Cubs, Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., in Unity Hall. Women's! Auxiliary, 3 ,p.m.. In Parish Hall. Choir Practice, Friday, A p.m, Chrifillan Chorcb Oliver L. Ctfrtii, Factor 3rd Ave. nnd 6th 31- 4. School, Mr, Nock, super METHODIST Wesley CKurch Riv. E, Criga, B, D, Palter, 320 llth 8L S. Phonti: Partonage 404, Church Study 408 Claude Hughfrm, L.A.B., Mua- Director 11 a.m. Jlorning Worship. Subject: "The Law of 30; Evening ScrTico. "The Dynamo of the Church." 12.10: Bible School ami Blblo Classes. BAPTIST Flrat BaptUt Church Corner 0th Street nnd 3rd Ave. S. f. W. Dafoe, B.A., PMlor Mr. B, Jorlel, Director of Choir Services at 11 n.m. anil 7.30 p.m. nor.. 11. Kcmnlon. H.A., o; Calvary, will preach at-rvices. Sunday School ami lilblc CCass at PBESBYTERIAN Knoi Church Corner 4th Ave. and tth Street 3. A, H. Minister. E. P. Layton, e-rganllt and choir Icider 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School 11 a.m.: Klndcrgartf n' ftJld Class. 11 a.m.: Serrice. 12.15. Big Slslcrs. 2 p.m.: Dip Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 p.m. Evening Sem_cc. PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION 205 13th Street North Sunday ScrrlccB: Morning, 11 o'clock; Even 7.45. CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (Undenominational) V. M. C. A. Sunday, at 3. p.m. Speaker: Dr.' Subject: "The Preient Unlverial Ur, rest. Itc Cauae and Cure, wHh Spe- cial Reference to'Labour and 1h3 j Soloist: Miss 1L Wilson. I All Ministers and labouring Men I especially iuvtlcd. Come anil sco whsro you loll down. Open Discussion. fnvfted. BvenmB, i Tuesday rvnd TniirEcUy al s Everytody Weltome Intcnilcnt. Plcaao hrhis your bible. o'clock, IJegh fAimnninlon Service st J1.30 a.m. nnrlmcnU of Chrlellan Kndfaror Society will have THE UNITED CHURCH OK NORTH LETHBRIUGE Rev. E, J. Hodglnc, Pastor 127'f 6th Ave'. N. Phono Choir Ixia dtr.Mra- V. .Jackson, 10 a.m.: Junior ciioir practice. 10 a.m., Doya'.Dcpl. of Ihe Sundiy School In Iho JrMI. 11 B.m.r Morning charge ot Iho service at Ilic regular prcarnlng hour at 7y10 p.m. "Our Pltdge and How to Keep Miss Frances Dungworth, leader. Several Rpccfai musical srleclions. All como prepared lo toko part In this meeting. ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion Bldg., 6th "Street S., Sundays, giCfl pjrt.: Bible Slndv. -Sundays, p.m.: Dlblc Study. AVcrinctdbyp, p.m.: Illble .Stuilfi follorcd by' prafat, prayer and limony AM No nners nnd Primary'-clo- the Sufiday School Jn pa Ilic Hall. Z o'clock, tiirln' Tit-ill, (if Iho Kuniiny School in Ihn Church. 3.15, Adult Dcpl. of the S. 3. In the Church. 7.15: Song Service. 7.30: Ejenlnr; The, pastor will preach. SALVATION Adjutant and Mrs. Johnatone, C.O. Sunday, 11-a.m. Subjftct: "Be Ye Sep- Sunijay. 7.30 p.m. Subject: "A Full Salvation V9, Formalism." Special alnRlny nnd niunlc by the Land. Everybody Wclcoma CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Slock, 7ffi Bundiy Servlct it 11 Subjsct: "Doctrine of Atonement." Sunday School convenes at cloM ot the Sunday morning service. titnlni, Ttitlnonr Ing I p.m. n.e reading room I" open BI- cept anqdnrs and legal hoUdaji. from ,1 to i p.m. irliere Ihe Blblo and author- Iced Chrlitlan Srlenco lltcraturg msy bo road, borrowed or purchnied. Th9 public-. Is cordially Invited to at- tend Oie church lorvlcti, ilio to visit the rcidlor t. r. NOTICE ff Ministers arc remindc'l that church nollccs should bo hand- ci] in before sii o'clock Friday to, ensure Insertion, a; Ihl.l page goes to piesa early Sal- urday morning. ;