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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta IJTHrVWPB WEDNESDAY, OCTOUEH 22. 1910 PAGE FOUR DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers TKF- LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED J26 61K Street South, LUhbridyo W. A- Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrinee Business Masaii TELEPHONES Business Oflks........... Edilorial Office 1252 1224 the reverse. In ibat they stand to lose, have got behind the Lyceum emer-, it and hive stood as guarau- ihe In 'hey have a public sr'rlt which calls lor public acknowledgment in lha sup- port that shouU be forthcoming. The Idea iu fJlroniting ihe Lyceum .program is to the citizens ol I l.jlbbrldsv soiiiethius w1-' cl .elevating amusement which the Ly- ceum promotes. H is entertainment i of a desL-riplU'ii _. I to be out of ordinary run. aud, with ino 10'Ihe variety al entertainment pcuerally altorded iu ihe city. It in a class by Itself which 'does not come be'ore the public through ihe ordinary it is not anything in the way ol and speaker, ic thai .the Vne ot work ho Is nboul tojuudemlie will not be by any means new to fclai. people." ot slid the- Vulcan ills- trtci will Web, with Interest Ma pro- gress, In and. larger (ieldf i that will In future. command hu lima Iand talents. Mr. Chsrtv. formerly man- ager pi the United Gi.aui Growers' elevator Bert, iai been appo'nltd manager at Vulcaa Co-operative. company, and who will des- tinies oi that Institution In place ol R ICKED UP Tba ISth the U. S. army are rolling tu a small park Iu llie LKagrcs rejlon i Dlrector-Gc-iieral nines estimates In pay ot shopmen nl IWOO.- COO a month, or IIO.GOO.OOI) relro- active Irom May 1, .191'.', W, Oct. I. j Atler an Investleallon In Western Peuusylvanls, Senator Kcnyou louml 50 per cent ol employees of some 50 per cent ol employees oi tuiu Battal'on mills could not upealt English, i Oct. S2. I is euttrtamnieni bleb may be said On Lake i highbrow which Is "caviare to ine general" that ihe Lyceum pro- Ivldei. but it is what can be enjoyed by ihe aversge Individual wilh a Member Audit Bureau of Circulations, lhoroush B.ppreciilloii ot the same [rom ihli. In the truth Ihat i Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered. year Dally, by inali. per year Weeklv. by mill, per year Yi'eelly. by mall, per year to L'.S ity of Marquis Also lias Great Plans (From O'Jf Own Corresr-OBO'-IiO YL'l.OXN" Oct grand TURSO.U rr.iile ball is being held In Vulcan by tbe band boys on Hallowe'en October olsl. Costumes are already being discussed and planned by Ine youus people ol the lown and country and it Is believed that this will be the greatest success of anything'bt thia nature ever held here; Valuable pr'zes are being oflered. twelve In all, and Mr. Quy Johnson, who aai lately re- signed. School Houie The Harvey jciool houie TBS burn- ed latt Tburijay night. Tha building and contents a toUl loss. About tHOO Insurance was carried. The school was located on ihe Test road about miles from Vulcan- Mr, and Mrt. II. C. Kebl Bra rece'.r- luj congratulations on arrivaj a reunion In on ballot boi stolen from a VA'ilkes Canada, imported o! blrre polling booth In 1599. has soodj from the U. S- in seven raoalhs ended July 31 last. Tho three-year-old son of U. Kirk. Just been 'found with the bal'.ol imoug unclaimed Ireishi in Illinois. Government will sell Cauip Mills. The tbres-year-o ton o overnmen w London, was' badly burwd wlien be v.; Kurl ot tell out of his hlghchivlr on cook stove. of a baby girl at Tb...... da.v. keep competlllon In l.ipttii tnerd Will 08 Keep wiuyvunuii i variety is charming, tbe winter emer- y characters that will be 2.UI) Dates of esplry of subscription ap- pear UMlv on address Mabel. Accept- ance ot papers after cipiralion date Is our authority lo continue Ui9 sub- icrtptlon. tainments which aro to ba brousbl to tbe public claim Ibis approballou- The Lyceum program may well be de-crbed to be an uplift movement, aiming at the cultivation of lastej In the direction which lends itself to the belter thinss iarity lulcrest. 10 appreciation and 11 is Its aim to brlns these wares to ihe public market at a price which will reach every individual. ja uu; of those, who are that their home on Mr3- Kchl and family Inlend .leavlne lor California shortly. Vulcan Resident Dead Mr. Wlliam H. McPherson, a deul of-lne Vulcan district jlnw 1904, passed away at tbe General Hoapllal, Calgary, on tiie 12th Instant. Mr. Mo- contracted pleurisy soma GMnwr'sCovo. Esriulranlt. has been selected as the elte ot iho diy- doci to be built by tlie Federal Gov- uv N Y run UEieuiorvi1, v hot siielbr, Miss., ami suveriil oilier army icaiiU'Uulcnlf opening bids Moveuiber !6. Oll'cijls o( the C. T. V. in liio U- S- repudiate statement thai the or ernment. (ronltnllun Is conducting or coined plating 0 campaign for legal ropres Georso a track fanner al c[ f mokine. Torkton, Eask, was Instantly killed by his wagon passing over him when by hU wagon passing over him when Xew says of 300 strike his team started. in the U. S. ntid nioro pending, nine- 'tenths aro result o: ilcllllu.! and lying Mlie Eheehy, Wcodslock, had his by 1. W. to overthrow jfcull fractured in i football game be-' A" p o( I, St. Michael's and Western L'ul- 1UJ the Lyceum, which la one o imuniiy service and benefit, th iV.c at larte. In whose Interest .the responsibility 1ms been assumed. Ubould co-oporale In patronizing Hi. by 'yurcbase ol seison i tickets at tha small .price compared oiler. TMe popular tune down way is "The Farmer's Boy." have made any particularly ONTAHIO FARMEHS1 WATCHFUL WAITING. 11 liie report is authoritative, the farmers ot Ontario are not loo aniious j lo reap tba Iruiis ot victory al 'he j polls by climbing Into ihe scats of I ihe mighty In loruilu; a government. In this there Is displayed iba shrewd- ness ot watchful waiting for ripe op- portunity. AS the various parties are al pres- tnl coustlluted 1n( Ontario, a group mch us that ol the lancers Is In tha 'position of being more powerful in "holding .ihe balance, q.'. power than In I, Tne socialists do not appear lo Uifl assuming ol it. li would not bt i raadc, aI1T p surprising I! It were.'.rue thai, llr.s j.showlDg in Ontario. Is Ihe policy Ihe new parly Intends adopting. Were that position assumed, whichever of Ihe other two parlies takes on itselt to assume tbe respon- sibility of government will be at the beck aud call or. the United Farmers. Such a poslllon has all tbe wilhout tba'relpftnslhimiei ol power There 'will be no parly witched with more Interest In Canada.lhan the new parly which has been formed by the snccsjs ol the larmera ot Onlario A new and exceptional interest In liolilics ol the day is aroused by Its (he formation. Wiil tbo iviEdora of the old parties or Ihe futlllly tbereo: bo shown by the '-a'cllon "of the Farmers' Party. That fbrce'.lhey pollcief. likewise, arrests, interest. On political party "created by tho OntBrio election .a great responsibility rests, and a greal responsibility the Dand." I Mr. J. D Mclniyre Is wearing an air of mystery ;bese days; we have heard a whisper, however, to Ihe ef- fect that he is bending his energies and talents In tho Una of boat building, and that before the gentle lepbors ol spring come skipping over the prairie, he will have his Bailing yachl com- p'.clc-d and ready for her trill trip on O. O. F, cf wh'.ch he was a er. A Wife and three children art Mr. R. A. Darker, provincial chair- man ot the Victory Loan, was a visilor In town last weeH, chactlnl orer tht district and prospects, and conferring with the committee, and aiecuilves. The committee In charco or the campaign are as follows: F. A- Blvcs, Capt. C. secretary; C. N. .Whlcher, A. J. Flood. O. W. Duck, W. E.-Dutchart. A. G. Dicklu- rerslly, at London. I The Doaril ot [tallwny. Coiulssion- lers'has refused In re-instate Ihe train Wm. Coyne. London, who was rcluiiuj; between Urockvlllc nnd nelle- fined to In Iho pol'ce court, may be TJue u bad been operated a', ri-arrested and charged with assault-. B ioss. I Wincham citiicns held a reception _____....._____ :to returhed soldiers ami presented ibot his wile in the head and ihen. golj wjtcboa to soldic-rs. altempled sulcldo by shooting him- mlrsing sisters and ten women who tag Mrs. W. Wlnegurden. Qeorge Slrumm. Darlmoath, S.. Every Selection Your Heart Desires STOIUES and for Iho niuslo of every grade, from Jon to high- est classical selections ol eu- premo arllsls it- ihe. Hell Seal ave Itumcdlalcly available when you Own a Viclrola UPWARDS Easy Terms Our bis FREB Catalogue ot selections sent free to any ndilrcsn. Balmoral Block Komi of the VIetrola- son. S. Naismllb, R. E. House, E Clark, R. L. ElTos, committee. tell. Holh are expecled to live. Lite Friend, of Aylmer road, near Hull, slileen years of age. was fatally burned by an explosion of coal oil she was pouring Into a cook stove. wealthy Cuban plnntcr plans lo open airplane transportation Hiic_ ;had lost their husbands or sons the war. ______ whlcl, will nltaln miles an hour and will be easy Ol I'J IUIIVB nil anybody to pilot aflor short In- struction. M. York Tribune cable says Uer- York Sun eslimales number niuny selling at two-lillli of regular ot idlcrs cily at o. prices, Is flooding Scandinavian are classified ns slnkum countries with toys, glass, china nnd 50.001) unclnsstd, and SO.- macliine tools. RHODES SCHOLARSHIP FOR ALBERTA In ihe election of Mactenzla Kiag Prince Is repre'scnted by King. This h a'reversal of the ordinary procedure. I The Nobleford In form- las s communliy club may be followed with advantage by oLLer communities. The SliniEters In Ontario who gained thalr seats, by acclamation have some- thing to rejoice over when they be i hold the butchery ol their brelhera al '__ The Temperaniie ACT. aays Si William Hearal, had a great d( n-ith his defeat. Does this mean lia temperance'a mac's un dolo6- J The Victory'Loan campaign slarts [on Monrlay. LethbridEa-and the dls- I ti-jct have a chance of keeping up Ihe turned. It has lo live up to this. Mme over the top." This y his Popular Summer Resort Lake MacGregor, about Iwenly miles east of Vulcan, has been a very popular resort tor Vulcanlles- and iieople ol the surrounding towns and country all summer. Every Sunday and holiday saw many motor car loads with jolly parties en route for a dip in lha "Laie." A larse raft andrdiv ing board was constructed early In the summer, and they pretly near, wore It out before Ihe waler got too'berla Rhodes scholars for th's prov- cold lor a plunge. Many people are'lnce has been advised Ihat an eec- pfannlng lo put a motor boat or sail] lion to the postponed Hhodes Scholar- En'. J i. nl-Tt Bi.mmer. It Is about I ship for 1915, will be held durlnR year. The scholar Dec. 1, between Havana. Key and Miami, Fin. ,h Korl Teraplo pastor of Congregalinnal and Miami, Fin. cilj, Teraplo Congregational church oi London, has accepted n call Theatrical managers report rece pis. church ol the last Saturday night In first-class pjieriiitv. New York. were S250.000. largest iu the --._ histon- of New York drama. Cauglil on a troiley (rack .it New The committee lor selection ol Al An Ohio, company plans to boat on It ncit summer. It Is about isblp for ourleen miles Ions and about one December ol 000 non-s'lrikers forced out o! work by strikes. Corduroy trousers and blue chain- bray Hilris will be Hie class attire unlil Hie cost of living decreases. Re- cording to the resolution adopted by tho senior lioys ot Valparaiso, Ind.. nlgli school.- Charges tbat Japan had licensed vico and opium trallic inn Korea, were made by Ur. Synpmai Kliec, presiileiil ol the "nepubllc o in nn addrens to 1 rinccloi one-half miles wide, and Is fed rom the Southern Alberta Land Com- any's canal, with a dam at eaca end, making a very large reservoir for heir irrigation scheme. Needless lo ay It altords .an excellent place for lathing, boating, and .Ilshlng; and skating in the .winter lime. The munlc- pal district- of Marquis is negotiating 'or the purchase or long lease of about 'leclcd will be eipected .to go Inlo residence al Oxford in October, 1S20. The Rhodes Scholnrship Iruslees for obvious reasons decided thai the selec- tion ol scholars should be postpone! during the continuance at tbe war. but are now desirous 61 having all elections brought up to dale. Accord- ingly, though; elections lor 1H7 aud ISlfi were made only, this year, _lhe or ine purcnase ur luug v. ------_r -_ SO acres ol land adjoining their crop-Icommllltee Is asked lo nominate oe- erty which'was obtained by gorcm-1 lore the end of the year a scholar who meat grant for purposes. With may worthily Ihia amount ot land they'will be able'at Oiford during the Ihree lo arrange for a race track, bath boat houses, etc. H'Is likely ou, lhal the offices ol .the municipality will' also be erected thlre near the bants of the lake' If the present .ar- ts are carried out. -.With which wo'uid grow large November 2: 1 ___ ir.av lowing Oclober ncit. The commilae now inv'.les applications for Ibe J919 scholarship and application forma may be obtained Irom the''secretary upon request. TrJesSilorlns he re- turned lo the secretary togellifcr wlUi order that tbe shore, which woul grow arge o enough in a few years to afford shade jination may be made within h eole of scribed time. the measure the United Farmers of Onlario acquit themselves will rest 'their survival and growth. An eiperl- meat Is being made in politics, auu Ihe result of .that experiment means inucll. The reactionary clement- In Onlario baa been killed.. It Is ibr iuo farmers In Ontario to see that the corpse Is not revivified. Is some'Uilng which should enlist the co-operation ol all In making, possible. Mrs. Sears and Mrs. Bundy did not appear In Ihe election race amongst the winners in the Ontario resnlts. Did their sei. desert them or aro men not over cblvalriui down in Ontario? CLOTHING FOB THE CHILDREN. Readers ol Uie Herald have by this Now we all should know when a Peace Otllcer Is a Peaci Officer, and conseauenlly, there should be peace ol mind in regard to a question whlcn for a piclnc grounds, tho people of Uriel would be provided: with aer resort second lo none '.-In or shall we'saj Southern Al- berta. It (will bo rjulta a refreshing Ight to observe ycchts, motor boala. molor canoes and punls, etc., cruising up and down what a year ago was jood prairie paslure land. An Accident Mr. Clarence Davis, Eon of. Mr. and Mrs. T. M- Davis, ol Vulcan, waa very seriously Injured in an was caused by hi3 being Jammed be- tween Iwo loaded grain wagons com- ing together while he was in tbe aci ol coupling them up on an Incline lime been fully apprised of Ihe fact I ,ueant a good deal of con scribed time. Candidates must be British with al least five years' domicile h Canada, and unmarried. They musf icvo passed their-nineteenth but no .heir twenty-fifth birthday on October, Lst ol tbe.year for which they arc elected. Candidate! nrasl be at least In Sophomore year at some recogaizcd degree-granting university or college of Canada and( 11 elected) complete the work ol that year before proceed- ing to Oilord. Candidates must elect .wbellier Ihey n-iii apply 'or Iho scholarship of tho province In which they have acqu'reJ .V._ nrov nee In which they nave ineir that a duty lies ahead of them 'furthering the ttforts ot Ibe Women's Civic Club in bringing relief 10 Ibe lamilies ql tanners who' lave been .affected by drouth conditions.. ;-Tbe winter now approaching the need ot '-warm clothing makes :t- teH-lell; ll-bscomea. Iherelore. 'case in which there Is tbe application ot' that fellow feeling makes us wondrous kind. And it is Just the show ol Ihls "nondrous kindness" Ihat 'K' called lor in Ibe appeal lo public for clothing for the childfeo ol those, whom unhappy chance has pre- vented from oblalnlng Ihe same. There arc many of us who can tpare. tho articles ol clothing which the Civic Club reiulres. 11 we happen to f have these lo-spare what better can do tbatl glvln's from out abund- ance' torVlW relie( of those who arc not so happily placed. 11 we bave not It would no', be too In -the clrcumalance In 'which'Jfco appeal, is made, to fideralloh If, the determining. tt' L-. Gee, a' former. Portland, Ore., fireman, has perfected an inslrament to locate caches' 61 gold.' The patent impIOTjj on' b7 police lor the''discovery o'l cached liquor which, In present value ol the constitutes a gold1 mine. Glelchen, where ha was hauling grain. His mother and sister motored to loleichen Friday right in 'answer lo n urgent phor.e call. Allboush the jatlent'a Ufa was somewhat despaired 1 tbat night, he 13 later reported as teing much Improved, and practically out of danger. Hla doctor reports no ones broken, and his many Mentis lere hope lor his speedy recovery Diindas. in Ontario, has been cap (ured by a fanner. This, the lormer seat of Sir James Whllney, has never so far as lilslory In.Ontario records bscn beld .by. any bnt a Tory. It I a sign' In the evolution ol progreasiv policies, In'which old-time polities "hive" .and dry and Elrarided modern llde. province In ordinary private domicile, home, or residence. They.must be prepared lo appear before the comraillce or selec- tion lor the province they select. Tbe following should accompany each (a) (b) Mrs. Denbigh entertained a number of Iricnd.3 on Friday night at a dance larly given at her home on Vulcan street, In h'dnor Long, who Is visiting her brolher, Mr. Jxing, ol the Canadian Bank ol Commerce stalf. Takes U. F. A. Job We regret very much to havo to re- port that we are shortly to lose one ol our most pogreslve and aggressive A certificate ol age. ID, A written atatement from tho president or acting president ot collage or university lo Ihe ellect Ihat his application aj a suitable can- didate la approved. (c) Certified evidence as lo courses of study pursued by We IS It not 'lime'thal'there should'be more interest taken in our public nlllllles? How many citizens havo seen the new nitration plant since, lit vras built? Would It not he. a good o our as well as best respected citizens. are Informed that Mr. Guy Johnaon. who lias benn manager o( the Vnlcan Co-operallve company has handed In Us resignation, and has -accepted the position of provincial secrelary of Iho lj. V. A. political parly. Mr. Johnson alerful man. a good organizer which- Jfco made, to j ljn [or the Dosrd o( TrodE to arrange .lrlbute-i.ii. cash 'what we are not able KmeMns 'to do tri- hind. TbanVaglvIng Day has passed but the spirit ot thackgivlng should not have pajeed away, in Ihat onr posl- llon may be different lo the position of Iboso who hnve the great need lor -what la asked, wb have Iho opportun- ity ol displaying the Ibanksglvlrf iplrll. .Tbla -we tbould not be baci- irard In doing, which (i not made the most cf, sr.d why should not the miration plinl be made a polnl'ln the Itinerary of showing Ihe rl.illors around? the i______ r tho iciolar at bis university, and as to his Kraaingh In those courses. This evidence should be signed by tho regls- ;rar, or other responsible officials, ol tils university. (d) A brtet statement by h'mselt ol his alhlellc and general activities and interests at College, and proposed lino ol sludy at Oilord. (e) Not more, than four testimon- ials Irom persons.Vfell acqualntefl with References to four other ia-1 We person's, whoso addresses cars taken over by ihe French from him. (f) hearl. anil as a fighter and a champion of their cause lie Ins few equals, lie has long been active-In If Y. A. circles, having been connected with the Dow Itiver constituency in Hie capacity of secretary, organizer el least must be proleisors whom be has studied. Prospective candldales should Im- mediately communicate with Mr. D, 8. Commlllee ol Selecllon, University of Alborta, rMroonton I Wrapped to insure its perfect con- dition in'all ciimates and seasons. Sealed fight kept right. The perfect dum in the perfect package. WILSON TAKES PART IN NATIONS AFFAIRS WASHINGTON'. OcL ard .In doing, Wilson, desplle his lllnejs, looi a per The coll made for clothing for the Jouai hand today In tho natlouS.1 tn- cbllilrcn of the farmers who need lljuslrlal conference In an effort In] rnt R nirlmllc Call. It U ono which averl a break which Is threatened as dire forces. the drouth caplU, slricken farmers our lympathics go. Let us give a practical display in Ibe opportunity that Is now Ibrown open. RATIONAL AMUSEMENT FOR-TH6 PEOPLE. ''A committee of citizens without nna monetary gain, butrralliei' al hlJ-dKcfelloir.' and labor groupa lo reach a sallslc- tory agreement on the collective iKir- galnlng Issue. In a 600 word letter lo Secretary Cf Ihe Interior Lanc.'chalr- mtn, dictated, from his sick bed. the president oulllned hl.l views as to tho conference situation., The Ictlor was Immediately dispatcher! lo Mr. Ixine. who, It iraa eipliilncd, was to use It j Combination Lasts in Shoes WHAT ARE THEY? Shoes which are mado narrower through tio'ln.Wp and.Etlll narrower In the hcol than through UID bill ol Ihe foot. d Thl; itiures a. nereon who has a narrow heel sllh torPOTrl of fool Vl'-ine soort snug lit through! the loot, stoit- ro'lC around of Iho foot in shoos and It also gives Ui.s '.lot5 "much neater appearance and assists In keeping shoo in We. hare them for mtn vrmntn. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AQES W. J. NELSON "Co, (20 THIRD AVENUE SOUTf) SHEHLrJCK BUILDINO After every meal The flavour lasts ;