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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AGE FQUTT HERALD TliniSOAY. OOTOIU'.U 23, 1019 the Ibeualb aibcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 126 6th Street South, Lethbrlcige W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Business TELEPHONES Business Office........... Editorial Office........... 1252 eiitticm, ihe rail WAV syiU-in ovviieil cr ci'i.trolU-1 tiy any one cor poratiou iu ihe coiiuuoni; ilie ia alri.iJj' tin tied by rho reoi'-o in the linking process with lUo C-iuiJUu Nallomit KniUvay. c-iublo v-hal be a iriiiisccniiiiwuul tu ui-iil more I'toiiomioJlly us a than in separate as In Lfit1 1'roi- iiac.'otul JH rhe Ji'iiuiiins o! l.V (JJMMJ Trunk, w'.ui ly iho I'aiuiiian Xortborti auj i> now owned by iho U be ion- iiccit'l OrtirLo Qui-fci'C and ibe frviu-ni would be t-y ite iiUiVohhfigtf of liakirtg up wouM ALL SEI FOR BIG Thtfre is auoiher voini iu regard 10 acqu'.'iiiou ul lAe tlrand Trunl; I Kail way. It is this, ilmi to vrovidt {for yrc-oni sysfteai Member Audil Bureau j Government, js flatcj by .MiHisier Subscription Rales: tJajly, delivered, per week pally, delivered, rear Pally, by mail, "per year TVeekly, by mail, per year Hallways. wiM have lo speud .'in the next few years something out huuclreJ and two 5 00 in'.lHons in providing? terminal laclLuiL's. 1.51) i branch Un-is. and Weekly, mall, per rear to U.S. iu in ilie end. would not iuvc ihe Dales of wplry of subscription ap-i c, V. H. only, hut ilie G. T. 11. to com on address label. Accept-] pelp Tbcit etc.. uce or papers ader expiration da "is our authority to continue the sub- scription. THE QUESTION OF -THE GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY. Tiie proposed acquisition of the praud Trunk Jtailway nuy well bi> .rescrderl lo be an event iu ihe history ol railways in Canada, li is n question which involves not only the Govern- :ment but the people ot Ihe Doniitiioa .and, accordingly, one which ,'o'e clearly understood. In conirasi -lo other- railway problems, that of Jhe Grand Trunk, in its relationship "to Ihe Government, and thereby 10 people of Canada, is open to a and intelligent understanding. H may be satd to have forceii itself as rE sequel of what toofe place In con- necUon wiih the Grand Truck Pacific. 'The history of railways "is would not be necessary if the GrAHtl Trunk system was acquired The question resolves itself "1101 entirely into wfteiber ilie Dominion is_nt present Jiine in a financial cotioption E. j. Wood is Chairman in Again Municipal Hospital Being Renovated r Central'Mock. Mr.'Jones R. visit last wecX aud'hls musual abillly will do much 10 resist lu all our local efforts Mr. John S. SniHL, as president. and Mr. Golden L. as vicepros- juknc. with -Mr. GeraU Hronn ihe sec- 1 rotary ol (he Cardstoa dolming club. iii> making thdt very orgAmmion a big held w its members. Thi> Icajue of nations compact WAS dlscujscd Usi eveulijg aiiU pome cxcolloiil WAT poprua wtfre rond by Chas. Cheeitfinan. Nwi meeting there will be a debate upon the Irish Homo Rule Messrs. Woolf K- have The arfirmailvB nnd S. Jl. NVlsciu and J. Y. Curd ivgaUvg. All business men are following ihe club there LCI take over a liabllily, hut whether the acquisition cl ihe (irjnd Trunk Railway IB on ihe liaes of true (Firnrr- OUT Own CO-ITtsDORil CXRliSTOX. Oct. .M. CofieJlo, of Calgary, who i? in charge of iho southwest comer of t'ert.i In The Vlt-iory campaign, a -lying- (rij- to Can! ton. Ma- and Raymond. The. commjucu was galled togeihor (he evening of arrival at (he of- fice of the local chairman. Mr. Ktl- ward J. who has had cliirge Tor tho last iwo drives. The ceuersl crtcniitlee here will be Messrs. Pat- terson. Covers, Macfcny and Smith, who are ih? managers of ihe local wi'Ji lending business men, head til by "Mayor K. Pi teller, and including'Messrs. J. C. Cahoou, Mart John F, Pnrrlsh, for the I-.' F. A.; W. H, Steed. E. X. Barter, ar.d.IL. B. UTOWII. S.'Williams will Benin acl as secretary, l Ttip canvassers were appointed at a subsequent meeting, nllhough they have not till be ex interviewed to 1CKED UP IN ASSING Tim BL-BY Judge Winchester, ot Toronto, a estate. Mrs. It. Joliuston, of MeaforJ, dropped head iu her lioiilc. Thomas McCosh. Itfeloui; rfsiiloni of promtucnt snd aris, On died jkurnv at their Cardston: Mosses. Duce, C. W.'Durl, mi (I Jos. oalside points will be represented by ThoJ. S. Low, Kimball; G. E. Peterson, Beazer; Mr ln cooncciron LMgar Terry. W. Uraml Truukmer, Bouodary Creek; V. Stewart, nailn-ay ia one point j Glenwocd; A. PitcheOvooi which should be bro.isl.i- before ibe i' F' -D.-H. Crow. K- ami Ijeavllt. Leavitt; public. This is'in regard to the stale- j. L] Ellison. Apuia; Henderson, in a do thai in acquiring Ihe em the Government woiilil be saddled uh the liability aboul livelve mll- II. Haley; was subscribed, hut the con iss Hyrl Hindley Away of Liitc Mr. Wixon suddenly, iiged sevcuty-scveii. .An Is iuadtt to C. X. H." .headquarters from Toronto to MoutrOal. The body "of n riiaii. a re- lumed sulcTer. was touud on tho G. T. K. tracks art'ollluV Bay. IngOTsoll voted by n majority uf to provide1 for a uew central school to cost J120.000. A utw paper, the Topic, been by Lu (.Worn Our OTTC 3IAGRATH. Oct. Magralh ourci today the death of one ot her. well-loved and most, yupular young ladles, ByrJ Hindley, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hindley. She had been-ill only a few days and on TuDsiUy.-ribon passed away. The cause of her death was hemorrhage 01 NCTTS o[ her deaih cftmo as a shock lo mauy. as they knew nothing of her Funeral ar- rangements are being made, and the burial will lake place at Ttlagralh. The commutee. appointed at the public meeting Ijeld last week to laka charge o( the Victory LOBQ campa-'go are unable to act, so Mr. Costello, dis- trict manager met ou Saturday ivJtb. Mr. E. Benulon.'and asked him to take charge of the campaign again this year. The Itst of cozrfmjUfie and caa- bor parly In Si. Calliarincs. Prominent Toronto jirombters will build a one-hundred aud fifty room hotel on the old Drake HQUEQ site in St, Thomas. Dominic Metier, aged 16, was found sitting lu H muvU} fhow nl Winnipeg, iipprtrently very ill. Ou iho poltco be- ing railed he- was taki-'u to Ilie genera! hospital, where ho died. 'Tlie ttrauirorj Hydro Department tins set out 10 uttaiu customers In the city. Without single contrary vote. ie carried a by-lnw 10 Install Hydro electricity, j A. R. Mnfricr has been officially runitteri at- his appointment as post- uiasier of KUclieue-r, i Three Imiidred tobacco growers ol IdgetQtti] met und decided to nil30 (he of leaf tobacco. Tho vessel Fury was success- fully lauuclied at tho Midland Sblp- company's yards. SlnvtforJ furniture dealers have b'con iiskeil by employees tor k revised schedule ol ,wages. 1 TJie Iiiderendenl Labor party ol St. Cut htm [IDS have started a news paper called the Daily Topic. St. Paul's Preshylcriat) church has oxtcndtd. a cull to Ilev. F. Amlcr- sou. forioerly of'Orillla. General Gouraud, tUc rifcwly-appo-nl- cd commissioner In SyrJn. ami com- maiidpr-in-chief of the French nrmy in the cast, will leave Paris within a day or two. Today, Tomorrow, 50 Years From Now ABONT JllSCII quality I does not vary. Every Instrument is butlL to a etaudard and thai Is the liijh- to set. You IIYAV pay nioro but you eau'i 'JL> better Ihnn li o MASON RISCH Easy payments and our "fac- tory to liotnc" prices' niako it easy for every homo io Luy a MASON RISCH RISCH, LIH1IED Btlmord Block the In the year of 1903, Ihe late Charles Hays, (ie manager at the Grand Truck Hailiray Co., decided. Ilie approval of the Company, to exlcud Iu6 liut CL Ihe Grand Trunk Railway into the Northwest, In order that the railway conld compete wllh the C, P. H. nn an equal basis. The project ot building a railway from Winnipeg to the coast westward entered Into and completed, brliig- Ing into being the Grand TruuTv Pacif- ic, t- The GoTcrnmenl of- ihe day. iu order to link up the system. huiK what is brim as ihe Transcontinental -Railway Irom lo Moncloo, to IDE handed over lo the Grand Trunk hy" way ot lease. On the 'completion pf-botb lines the Graad Trunh Hail- _vay Company refused lo tate orer the TraoscqnUnentaJ, leaving it to be _operated by the Goremmenl at ao annual loss or several million dollars. JtesponsibllUy- for Ihe operation oi the Grand Trunk 1'aciilc fell on the .-Grand Trunk Railway Co. On Febru iry of ibis year the Company refused to'conlinue psymg'interesl on bonds gnaraQteed 'bv1 them, and, 5a a cou- sequence, the Grand Trunk' PaciftJ yiflll Jnlo inV lianas br. the receiver. i r Follonlng governmental policy' hitherto, Government o-r Canada ha'd" between the years 19W and 191S assisted'Ihe "Grand Trunk loans lo the amount of aoi, in 191C, with a'furllierl guarantee ol making a nel I which is Ihe FUID that has been advanced (a that rail- j way. the- Joans there the reQuired-mortgagea, but. the 'securities were of no value while the road was losing-money. The loans suosetiuent 'lo 1914 were made lo the Grand Pacific, as staled in ihe Huuae by the Minister of Railways, In order to avert a national calamity by Ing a Ilnanctal Crisis while' Ihe war was Government considered that BO long as the road was able to meet or nearly meet operating pensca it was better lo defer final aclloa until Ihe war was over or the In sight. Action, however. finally taken, with the result thai Grand Trunk Pacific fell Into llic. hands of the receiver and is oper ated by him. The railing of the Grand. Trunk PjJcMc Into Uie hahds 6f the rtcclvc LToughl In the Grand Trunk m that It made this railway syatem reapona'ble for Ihe'securities gflarantf-ed (he 0. T. P. The Govern merit could not assume the liabilities ol the Grand Trunk Pacific and TC the Grand Trunk. To gel them out of a dilemma, ip lhat the> ipuld. not possibly meet.their oblig-i Lrpng'4n regard to (he 0. T, P. (h. O; T, R. Compaoy opened negotiation: irltb'tU4 This has led t tje present diacusalon which is occu pylng the lime of the House. Jn the, cbflsldefa'tlon of the Gram 'Trunk Hallway question .ihoro ia IM: argumGnL which Repeal. I l3.tbtl In. tho acquisition of Iho grime lha people will own Ot railway by .'iht" C ;o set her with about Lwo and a hair mJJlion doHars on ihe guaranteed slock, was paid by the Grand -Trunk sysiem during the whole time ol its operation. In addition the Company had an Amount for distribution among shareholders of o'her later issues of stock and were able lo pay, if not all, a portion of the dividend on addition- al securities. The MliiUter contended The building is now being renovated and will also have a new heating plant installed, with up-to-date bath rooms on both floors. The whole comrnct approximates and has bean let to Snyder and Co.. of Calgary. Mr. Snyder- also had the .contract upon the here.- The hospital will be ready about Dccemlier 1st. Last week Carflslun.-wag visited by Mr. Browning, the efficient official guardian of the province .by vjrlue of his being Ihe deputy attorney- Government may become responsible i district and iu for, in round numbers, some LWdlre million dollars in interest charges an- illy, but H iriJl HOT incur o HabiJity bccacs'e the Grand Trunk rays earned those a ID ou tit a in tue past and will ha in a heller position to do so In the future when joined up "with 'the Canadian Government National system. In ibis opinion. Dr. Heid aflded. he was backed up by rail- way experts. that in taking over the G. T. R- the generai_ Hc showed his faith In our u hospital scheme the debentures of the Cardflon municipal hospital dislricl N'o. 5.. wllh the Irust-fundsv of the BecheJ estate, Tr.'ilch bear seven per ceni interest. seems-a wise policy in the placing ot the funds at such a gc.oA r.iie ol inlere5t.aDd also Is sound in placing the estate funds in this district. All the business people here- irhb were privileged to toeeL Mr." BroTs-ning vrcrd impressed by bis Rental person- ality, as -well as flls business ability. Thn rourt. house also inspected n company wilh. our local memher, Mr. Martin Vi'oolf, as it comea under the department-of the nl, and Mr. Browh'.ng, was highly pleased with ;its moderate and Ihe benVidal ilse to'which It has "ueen placed for the of the coiiimunity under its preieqt adinia- islralion. 'Die chairman or ihe municipal hos- pital board, Mr. G. .who was taken 111 aud conveyed to the hos- pital in Salt Lake CHy, ivhlla there at a conterencc, Is icporled. as'jmproving rapidly, and hopes to be In an- "It Seems as Though my Back Would Break." THE COMING VICTORY LOAN Addressing the farmers' associations Mr.'H. Wood. President of chc Canadtan Coancil of Agriculture, saM: "The CanadJan sovernmenl is ask- ing for another Victory Loan. "Tho amount asked for ia 000; rale ol interest five end a half per cent; bonds to be taxable, ''The urgent need for tins money, and that every dollar of it can bo spent In lue best inters! nf Canada's elfare, goes without sayins. The uestion ia where is Ihe'moDey com-' ng- from? "1( we nave lo go Into 'torelgn ounlry we will Increase -the ate of eichange against MS and there- y hinder our own Iraiie, Thd interest olng 6UV of Ihe country annually will ontinue la ue a disturbing factor In mainlalnlng a level of exchange. eaulern Canada furnishes all his it will mata an undue [train against Ihe west in the payment >f Intereal and bonds. It will he heat if all this money can be raised In and all sections and all classes.subscribe. ThcTiecurity ia un- questioned, and the rate nf interest makes It a grtod Investment." The Cardsion- Globe has Q r complimentary reference lo our town officials, which la hul ileserved. The hard wort performed by the mayor and councillors is not when Ihe side'cared In known or appreciated by many saveion hJJ waa SQOT1 dugoui and oilier or ten days. Sleele, Capl. H. -W.1-Taylor, Arthur Spencer, Floyd Biadshaw, Bernard Ira Sirs. Florence Mercer, Mrs.'Ido Wood, Mrs. Olive Bennion, and Mrs. Cope. Bert Kelley, Spring CouleG district; fltshop J, C. Peterson, district; W. p. Miller and leaso dis- trict- Arrange me nts" are being made lo commence work Monday. Funeral sen'ices were held on Fri- day over the remains of Mr. Wlxom, ivlio died here on Tuesday. The ser- vices were held in" the L. D. S. meet- ing house and Bishop Harker offic- furnjshed by a group composed ot Jlrs. Mrs. B. Tanner, Mrs. J. Harker and H- Wood, Mr. J. Gibb and B. Tnunef. They sang. "Sweet Rest in "Nearer to Thee." "Grave. UTiere, Is Tby and Though Deepening .The speakers were W. Ackroyd, J. L. Glbb and-A. Mercer, who spoke on some principles of faith and bope hereafter, and words ot comtort to the. bereaved. Mr. iVbom [eaves a vrife and several small children, also a married., daughter, whose home Is near.Manybeirlea. The sympathy of the, entire community goes out lo larhlly. The school children of {he lower grades, friends of Mr, Wlxon'a at- tended Ihn' funeral'Jn a body, they also gave floral olferlngs. Mrs. Earl Harker. was hoateai on Friday eve-nine at a bundle shower iven in honor of Mrs. Wrank Miller Ethel All the ladies present repori the best, lime of the season. The bride was the recipient ol a number, of beautiful arid useful gifts, A rfelic'ous luncheon was served by Mrs. Harker, she was assisted by Mrs- .Orrin Harkcr, anrt Mrs. Bridge. Mr. fclheri was sKEhtly injured on Friday while ai svork on the. new C. P. H. dam. He was digging in an when those who have been through the ex- perience of -looking after the Down's Mr. Hdllor of the Globe, jual tamp on the' trail" of the walor and light comrniilec for about one .week and you will change yonr views aa to the activities theac (o S3? noth- Ing of the other Meads com- mittees..- The .ri.ew. BrhpoX InapBClor for (hrc medical aid summoned. Luckily -no uones were broken, and at present lie i progressing nJcely. Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Smith, a daughter. Cardslon coniprlfes FALL SHOW, SOIL PRODUCTS EDMONTON, Oct. first fall show of soil products.held in Kd- montoE opened at the atock pavilion al the fair grounds on morning. Enhlblls sere all in place lor (lie Judging which started at li? o'clock and during the remainder of the (c-renoon, Ilie Judges, Tmr. [farcourl, of Ihe proriQcial univers- ity, and D. W, Warner were busy handing out decisions. The Judging fn (he (htrd annual cheep and swine show started also, Hrof. Shaw, of tho University of Sai- kalchewan, being Ihe Jutlgo. eycrything ftlons'this branch I'ne and down ihu Coutls Williams. haS arrived this week n Canlston and take up his resl- Icncc'hcsre, Borne-51 schools will be inder supervision and Ihcse i sb'on rm'ovcr 60', newditlricU In formation, Wo are pleased lo wclcorne .Mr. lo our as Ha at Clarcsholm school 'on him the high regard ot the citi- zens ilhcip. Another good citizen from the Clar- iholm dlsiricl locating with Is Mr. Clyde Joneaj vlollnlal, who is opening a studio In the Kblsom or CANADIANS DRINK SILENT TOAST TO LATE T. R003EVELT BIG FUTURE FOR CANADA'S DAIRYING OTTAWA, Oct. to a statement Msucd by the department nf Agriculture a good trade In dairy products Is assured'.for the farmers of Canada. It Is Iho concensus of opinion of Canadian offfclals who hare Flailed Europe, says the statement, that tho future of the export tra-ic' In dairy products is assured, JL, Kng-i Icntl bulli-r is everywhere at a prem- ium and Canadian cheese continues to hold Its good repuiaiiun. II. Ar- kell, llTC.'taek commissioner, who re- cenilj relumed from overseas, that the shoriapo mllfc and dairy products In Great ftrilaln ]fl unprecc- dcntcd. The la reported trom other European counlrlfca. XKW roilK, Oct. an observ- ance of Roosevelt a silent was drunk last night the great American, statesman anil soi- dler" by uQO membora o' the (Canadian Club Rt (heir unlly dinner -last nlgM, Addresses were Marh Sheldon, commlaalDner Irom (Jeorge IfcrnCrt I'ctt tloii Chronicle, 4Eil Shoes for Men We have ihem in the shapes thai will suit all fancies as well as all leet. If you fancy a nice fitting recede toe in black or brown calf, we hare II, In widths A (o K, at prices up in a pair, or n swell filling elralghl laat fbualnesarnaTi's In nlick or brown calf, widths A (o at pair; or soft vlcl kid lilting and very easy on the foul combining slylc wllli comfort, wldlha A (o KB, up lo J13.-10 pilr. hftvc them all and m a quality that will ASK TO EE FITTED 3HOE3 FOR ALL AGE3 W. J. NELSON Co. .620 THIBD AVENUf .SlJu.TH This is a common expression among women, yet they toil on day after day heedless of'the significance of this distress- ing symptom. Backache is often a vyamingof some inward trouble that requires attention, and.which unless relieved will sooner or later declave itcelf in more serious ailmenis If it is caused by. female derangement Lydia E. PinkhamV Vegetable Compound is what you need. It quickly asserts its curative ppweis, in all those peculiar ailments of women. Per more than thirty years tnio good old fishioned root and herb medicine has been restoring women to health The Splendid Recwsrjf q? tteo t user ot L.ydia E- FwkHun's Coapaund Csd r'i iot fcmaiB tiwbles. 1 was tlea sck ,vrth skT? sia ixi my riAs uA op oycr lli: Kip li ifc and tta I would to bi en. I waj in. ihi UK Wiits and did not get any to I went home and look (he Compound. I in bed lliree weeks more, iKen I Wai able lo get up. Now I am all :nd I'have recommended- your medicine. Iq several friends and my daughter it taking il and all are pleased with the lesulti from its use." MRS. FRANK FLEET. Dranllord, Onlario Mrs. Hunt telli how it Helped her Dct roil, wasinageneral run-down condition, was very nervous and liicd, had backache and other troubles. I suffered (or several years, was not able to yvork at limes and iried doclor's medicine wilh no saw Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable .pound advertised, and alier taking 'rt short lime I was much belter. I am still liking h mysel! and giving it to my daughter, and am glad to recommend Vegetable Compound lit 171 Divijon Ave. I F I LudidLPinkhams Vegetable Compound _ A UYOIA EiPINKHAM MEDICINE CO.. UYNIN. MA8S. ;