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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR rir. DAILT HERALD FRIDAY, OCTORER 21, lOJfl Sbe flllvvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and FuWijhfn THE LETHBK1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6lh Street South, Lethbrjogs W, A. Buchanan President Managing iJchn Terranee Uusiiifss j ral TELEPHOMES Euilnetl Olfice Editorial Oillce 15' fioiu L n-ters :ii miiorjpliuicuiiry policy of tho IVrLis.v il'c S'.-i'A- of tn of il.t- writer ia lo tnlifiH i in to uliLii ili6 Jv'oi r_-t; I.t-jgu't1 is cow embarking o; L'Jiiorul in (iLiesijoii rotera u ix o iuipixji'J eu one TowiiK" .mJ ciief of itie Ncn-l'drLijan Le3cu.iv It r, that .Non-l'anfeau and -ami- PA lICKED UP IN ASS1NG FOR THK MCBV MAN j Uuvs I'arl I'atvson Deaih Takes Mr. j Liiuqua Knjoycd More School Awards I Ited Cress Herbor 1'inancial Stalcmenl of WHiinum is now ijuotcj at nil om'co. rt luMv- high yrlce. I__ A at Allcoiu. 1'a cut ITU acres of curns in i; Jays. qui his come'and tone. A n-ireswv- i if -i tlvo view only sues I0 infirm tlw lui- (fom ronu. iwsslon SliMd Ibe Oct .erkan Ivasue" UM eaue very Tbe tiHed ox- ,01S of Kduc.uiPu meeting nt iho i u To- I 122-t i in liie ils Xorili DA Kota, but U ir.ade a mijiake when i1 ovortic-ppcd geographical lom aua ,ho auc-njmw all Iha! 'r be. desired, while I ies inv.iilc-i ihe fJuic MUtiurr.0 i-uine within nt the amuuni uf the usual giurautoo Member Audit Bureau of Circulating oui of Jai n u rf Ratfs: h-Tu- i i IJally, delivered, per 5 lo Daily, deliverrt, ror yoar Dally, by mall, yc-.u lia? ei-rvtd uoilce i: Weekly. lr mail, per year...... is to lijve a republican f'jri'i Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. S.OC 0, TLai wJiiJe in ihc-se days." Wlili ihe cl lhc mau j nor have VQ ar cniV difianco ab! >f .Miriiio- for oihor places. ihJi Wben it Is rtiueiu Is ouly plaivJ ly while the program CoIeciiocFUlrive tnotwyl bwtf i January tvtoiipr Dates of eipiry o? fulsLTiiuion ai> pear daily on addrcii label. Acccpv of papers txji Ira lion dati Is our authority io continue th-? sub scriptlon. Jue w Mr. H, A. Suggul who con- sidorod no litce lou tu give 10 the of ibo venture. Ii would lie futUe to iiiODifun all [be (Ickct sellers aaj their excellent work. The outorme we cxppf-t will be thai iho will bpi-omc an annual af- fair ai We caimot keep frrm roinirklnB will nut be passed over I IM I.Di) 4 SD THE PROJECTED MUNICIPAL MOVEMENT. If report reads rifht, ibtrv nioveraeot Lo lie launched in ibe thy lo run a candidate in ibe coniing municipal clci-cion tt-iio will ylejge bimeelf, ii elected, to, ameud ibe charter io permit of alder-mine plan of govern mem in place- oi ilu- present form or commission 3ient. Tbe movement is a "We 'rc-if r io tbe sisnificanre of ihe aiDveiatnt in regard ID ihe faci ibai follow all bis ftcuvLiies or oi j with polite compliments. Capi. 1919 he apueara :o I end Muilame ZeUner lo lhe hpjrt of :hc actl religious of our ilav anil conuuuaiiv I9IS Oct. Nov. Boole, quarters) lice. Donalion to quartera iho league1 vviUi which he apyeara io Ijo EnfUu'utidily connpcied. Tho pol- icy of ilip League, H rupturivl ill? state of North Dakota, at iho lime we imrte reference to it. was iti immre of internal reform in ihe a war or whai slooJ in the wfty 01 ifplieics wblcb had mucii In in tiituj for coiu- uieodjiiou. Ic irouM appear frotn the seiHiruvnis of the Xew Yort paper laai iho Nou-Piriisan League, or North Dakota, has become tco grimedy o? power in tbe eipcrience it La? Timl of U, and iu ejsayin? in April Express un pnou- miinla April D ii to Oct. Don.iron Io The Young Peoiilhe llie of U.e Sundav- COEl IIOL mucli tbyu ma nave enap.ayrea, ljme [o a duv f fa (i u School. An assistant lonelier pricei. wa, nrc-Jtclcd bv 10 WH fatter had sold his -bnn aod ,n was ncc-dcd ami Miss Urown'a name of xilloiwl had sold bis [arm and equipment and is starting W Canada. Mr. Meyer Is busy buiWinc his house and barns and expects nrc-uca ami MISS urown'a name UTigBSi of tllc _Xal JU "I' asfc on Sunday lH5t. believe, on continue lo endorse. ihe opinion advances taat the farmtrs of seeking class legisla- ton, ho regarded lesitimate, lal h if lie has been reported aright. le also held that II -was open to ihers io form group organizations to oanteiact this if they ao saw fit. Ve cannot regard this aE absoluiely incere on the part of (he President f the U. f. A., nor ean we oellDvc hat this Is the unaDlmous wish ot ]e party he Such policy 3 eminently, selfish, and 1C persisted n cannot but lead lo the formation of groupa each -working in ils QTVR isIs ivlth dUailrous conseiuenccs o Ihe body politic. In conlrasl to lhc altitude of Mr. YooiJ, allowiat; lhat he inailc lhc siale- rucnt attrlbutetl to htm, comes ifio ullerancc of Colonel r'rascr, Prcsl- chl of the political committee of the united Karnic-rs of Onlario, Colonel "nistr, speaking of the niTr situation 'rcalcd In Onidrio as .-v ol Iho ilccllon ibf-rc, Is reported to have "We ivill not consider matters n lhe Interest ol any rarMcular class n ths community. On the contrary we hope greatly to iridtu the inlerests nents." The Ontario man has the belter wisdom of the Iwo; and. In distinction to the Alberta man, Jn the reported statements, has chosen the betier part. Colcnel FfaserMiss Ihp orcr Mr. Wood, EO far as the public will between the two. We fully eipccl that further honors l will came ihe waj of Coaldalc trora this dlrectloo. A. Mitchell Is now managing tfce office of the Farm Products Lid., in the Suggltt Agency building. A number of local enthusiasts are ?T on hunting trips. Mr. J. J. I.efllcr ade a ahort trip to hunt a few days cicr way I'ney cau thosi; are in need- Afipr Uic liusincss meeting and a sermon to sum up (he topics at n.m. In the Fchrwl auditorium- Mr. D-Coofc Is now In charge of th? school. Ho is a veteran for the day bcinn the Canadian infantry and Air Scr-1 rtamcs and Travla. They Ire, hia been wounded (n action, 1mt ocka hwrly and well today. Baby Sunday Nov. 2. Sunday, Nov. 2nd will tin "Baby Sttnrtay" nt tho CoaJCata clinrcn. when Keep your money In Canada what thr Victory Loan beapeakE. Helt- dependence of the nation what the Victory I-oan Sir Adam Uctk M leader of the new polltlcnl party in Ontario, whiff the of the fnrmer.4 has created will by no moans be a had selection. NON-PARTrSAN LEAGUE IN THE UNITED STATES, IVbat be regarded as a corn- Ailment to (he Herald, in that It do notes th6 larze extent ltd kingdom of the reading public which finds material In fla columns, may be lakrjn from a communication received from nofar array as Wabaah, Minnesota, U.S. The comrounlcallon, ia referring to an .-editorial In .which ye epoke ot the ac- i (iyljloa'pf tho I-ooguo in The rily police had no reason keep (he matter o( the escape of ihe) prisoner n fecret. I'rfeonera have peJ before now Irom much morj? llolfc, HOPS ;ni'llin le The S. Jl. Ploy ford Sales system, of! IIever and family shortly. to down to tbe station and Brown. Calgary, former members or forcibly detain him statements In public I from Dakota, and opened up n Ailer rlho routine work like him In tbip district. the lodpe was finished, those pres- ham end food slnljlc for moat of the liomeatoailevs ent enjoyed ;i evening paring a of purebred cattle to In IPOS ho look up exhibit at the Chicago .1 homcsleiul cue .ind onc-bnlf miles j Slocfc Show. J.vums thc-ec Is ci c On Saiurdsy afternoon tbe presented to tlie Uokersit preemption, but not give n he d iL lheir n Davidson, of lhc Good Luck Hancn. livery business until After WINCARNIS will quickly bring back your strength QNLY ihosc who hare suffered from Influenza can fully kuow ihe awful stale of weakness (hat in ils twin. You feel melancholy, mean and miserable, and are liable to conlrect more scriou; illnesset. the need gave his tvliole time lo farm'ng. Mr. Hcrber was one ot the best known men oi this dlflrict, and all liava iho snnio word lo say of ntin lhat, was al- ways willing (o help IHK feJlovvincii." On Sunday tho funeral wofc place. the procession fonninK at S. Y. Hurst's liiuletraking parlorn at 4 p n., and proceeding io the St. Michel's thurcli. where Ffttlior McCoy condnclcil a very short service, niter which Lhc procession reformed and passed t-n to the local ccratlary. where Ibe inter- ent was mrulc, lhc parish priest rca'J- ng lhc burial service. Tljc pail-bear- ers were, Messrs. F. Taylor, C. W.'j Johnston. F'. Mocrko. J. Ilalloran, J.I Maney, and F. Ley, Hc-rber leaves Lo three sisters, two b o mourn liis loss: rothers, beside! oilier and a large circle ol" friend a. Tho local Scouts met Pbinucy, of Die llust Hoc in bat came up 011 Thurt'Iuy to nurse Mr. Ilerbcr, ru- itirited to Mcdirlnc Hat on Friday. .Mr. ami Mrs. Y. Drown, of Cal- tho latter part, of Iho week Rev. I'uivell of Calgary will ire on "Sonic Olher People Meet." Kcei> the date open. We expect the -Alelhodlsl district i-'rhoncrl. A irrogrnm will be given by a number of Tlit scfiai gQclioii of Hit U. K. A. unrl Iho VS. A. was he-Id in Ihu Itesl Itooni on Saturday cvrning. Thert w.ia soint! d'suppohitnicnL hi lilt program hut a spelling malcii Mr. who has hecn t-pcmliuK a. lioHflay sit Mr. Taylor's left for His home uorlh ol Lantonlon on Fri- day. Mm. of Honolatic, lias been visiting with .Mra. Hoy Me- tJrcgor. ll U then you For Tonic, a Reitoialive, nd h Neivf: Food ill in one- It poiKiizt Jour-fold power, h U hclpimiit. blocd, U b-jildi up new RHTC force, it lhe Irady vrilK t nV.v nLalily. Thil u why WiiKini'inAnyoufecl well io 'Hie from ihe veiy feril. You cm fc'l il Joiog you good iron il A ncrc RuS ra iKe nol ncrc "wStppini up" of llie rilalilj. bul a Kullh tUl jati glfcd lo be Th: ingreeHrnb el Wincaro j reconiniracVd ind uud by pfofemon in daily predict ill Qitx They coaiiit of (he iciy wliidi 001 bodiei KIC ccniJmitrd, end in lltcy ire found in iVidi mail nsmiUlrre fcrrn. Ait joui Uoclei., In icvitalizing1 influence WcauroN ii la -yrKo BDKmk, onTDUE Oi rua iomi lo icjiJn EU Iffeeu loall enfeebled ire "oiil fll lorti." Wauini iJw qaick. ITJfe UK) to b'ului. Gd B bolilc ta-di; rron your COLEMAV n snitl hy Kccrf-ir.ry Tumiiliy Iu nc in fine sIirijT mornlruv nllf-r rat.n nciiio cl.iy he --liK.c lie het-arac ill. Dr. (irnynon, the- prC'sfrJcnTs, ths'i irtf! fart lhat Mr. waa jirrmil- tetl lo rJId.itr a [.flier to Stertlary rognr'llng Ihr jjiiJus- trial coiireioiicc dl I not incnn ho wonlJ >c alluwtd lo resume active u'ork, tliifl year lie. hetn a MculiunF1 lint for a tlmrj. ;tt lapt he c-irne homo anri was Irca'.td liy Mr. Munro, flunlly vis'lor on Mnnrlay. .Mr, an'l Mrs, Jax, Olnulsl am] little j daughter, arr. spending n few days j hcrp, having motor-ill up from their j form at Skllf. Mr. Mra. I. Frenmmt, of SViunl- freil, were in town on business ytiter-. Purnps For Evening Wear Footwear of lliis nature must be properly filled lo lhe fool to give satisfaction in wearing as also in appearance. 'I'" Kct thin result you molio your Mlctiion (riirji n sldfl: (liaL Is complete In sizes anrl wldllin In !he rtifforoni atylu. have jiuch a titoctt anil knowr.. linv.- lo (it lljcm to KCt Ihu bf'.-it In (Ajn'i niiss (he oriporliinilj- 0; .wfiirinc -.vljat you mny in nriw whlfo Hlrick Is Wo hrivc what you want, ASK TO BE FITTZO SHOE3 FOR ALL AOE3 W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE 30UTH SHERLOCK BUILDING Ladies! Here's a watch in a pretty white ivory-like case (or your dressing table, desk or table beside the bed. It tells time in the dark ladiotite TWo-in-one ;