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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR UCrHBKIKUE BAH.T HEIWU1 TTKSDAY, OC.TOHEH 28, I'.HU ttbe Hlbccta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 326 6lh Street South. Lethbrlo'go W. A. Buchanan President add Director eil In the creal'on ot Ff ted Pro- j Ylnclal UinitlrUs nt Health. Tbe qiioAllon liosyi'.al nrans cones one pi the vital 11 Is parlicularly BO In oar prOTlccB at Ite preseal time. To !nlo grants as they affect tho iirurlnca -is a whole ba- cooies tio otrlc." of rte cen'ralli- si ln-.eresc ia the novr eociation for rroYlr.iv rci'Onlly To the people thcmjclves I started In Ufa Thpalre. Coalhurst.' Ttio flrsl meeting TO Odolier IS was a Rood success, and we lni> ol ihe presence and help of Mesirs. Peters, Copeland. Knil'iuan ami Miss Knapmin ot l-elbbrlJee. lirlsW sing. Ins and speaklns ulled Iha hour ailj .1 hall. shili want these (rleuds baclc again. Last Siiuday afternoon brought us another treat, wheii Mr. J. D. Hlstabothani his lecture on Palestine. In spite ol Ihe colj day Ihe loiitorn slides and lecture were en- ]oyeU by a full hpuse, and tho sweet songs rendered by -Mrs. I.ayton and )ICKED UP IN ASS1NG equipped hospitals arc a direct 1 James Murrav is President and I Miss Slmm were inucli Appreciated. irrtl as an indirect kaceiil. They clvm an enlarged John Tflrrance TELEPHONES Butlncas Office Editorial Office CEB llsntsei Th's Is furthered OT a vroTlndal in- [lion irllh the uarce and (cccilon of new association. Plans Active Sunduv Services funl i Warm Ihanfcs are due lo tliese I.etb- bridge, [rieuds [or l.ravins Ihe. wea- ther and the road to minister EO kind- ly to our Coalhurst uooiK Plans have bef'i nude (or several our On-n I brtgbt Sunday atle.rnoons. A number Ocl. KL'lile-1 c.r Letblirldge people hire shown 1 two rare spiritual j their Interest ,ln tie movement and n nf 1 u of Circulations Subscription Rates: delivered, per week .....I .11 Dilly, delirpred, per year 710 Dally, by mail, per year c.OO Weekly, by ruflll. per rcnr 1.50 bj mall, per year to U.S. 100 .THE remits on Sur.dny. In the moriitas tre gial 10 lend a helplns hand. IMFOHTATION OFDRUGS jCspl. Ihe I'rfv. Muncasler chose-Ills.1 Tbe following data published- in ieii from 10: 1J. "The 1 (Toronto Saturday Ms'nl showing .jfi-Iliag llcelb becv.iso bo is an I J Importations ot drugs should II was an'acoufition against iho like- llp.s spirit 'u tnfl RToIiiauce ol duty giie (or alarm especially our Imports Into Canada for cor.sump- july us inio unpleasant" situe- t'on during the fiscal rears '.VIS loiilocs. The preacher s'.iowetl first 1919. u jhoivn ty Government ending March 31 1. AnlcTes Quant UT OZ3. Value 10 but also to aU of us. We be w.lJ-cg to EccajL the "Well Ditea ol eiplry o[ subscription jtar dally on address Inbsl. Accept-1 tnce or papers aitsr eipiratlua date! our authority to continue the sub-] icrlptloD. 1015 1917 1915 1915 1917 15 IS T11K 1IUSV UAH An attempt la ma tie (o eal- Tage tha barge Dan, which was such la Quebec harbor last turner. A Tvpalthr NPW York widow adopt- ed a crippled American soldier and ins made him her sole heir. The I'ero "Marqueili? pas Lrnln'fc wick, serious ITT disorganizing traHlc. At tho-AEslifs In mil Ilyodka. was tuund nol julliy of kill- Ing Ceo. Morris at Tort Colbori.e. There Is a scarcity of common sow- Ing needles at the present time more acute than during the war. tc General Wooi, GoTcrnor Senator Waupu and SeuMor Johnson. AVben a mall rach was opened al MlltoL, N.H. It WBI found a ran of tie syrup, sent by parcel post, bad eiuloded. Director General Hloes says wheat 111 be elver: preference over other traffic until normal conditions are re stored. A Michigan man, arresieJ for shooting squirrels, gavo as his de- fence trial his ivIfe could eat nothing but squirrel meat. John AlTM, SO. the baby of a fam- ily ot five, whose ago 50 vesrs. Is vlsUfng hla eldOst slsler. ios, at SprlnsHeld, Ills, Thieves stole lira hor.ioa from ao Indiana term on a night and returned the' next iilfiht and slolo'a slack at hay wtth- to- Iced stationed at Pic- Montreal and Penv done, good end faithful servant" for Detachment Now Numbers ISO And Reminds Old Timers Of Early Days "TIclory Loan, an to herself. Holland appears to be averse o e i-Kaiser taking Dutch H only what Is lo be eipecle the raising ia prices of raisins. mass, -which goos to prove Ihejru i at Ibinga are not what Ihey seem. THE ELECTION IN COCHRANE Tfie political ID Cochmr.e.: In regard to lie coming election there., '.may well ha said to be an anomalous one. In the opposing candidates, waiopim Tlaw a farmer standing in opposition .10 what Is practically a government i lo farmers. Tho Pro- j TlDctal Government has done much "la the way or beneficent agricultural1 legislation, so much 50 thai its op- 'ponenls have raised Ihis as an Issue "egainst It. It has fully sensed the -value o[ the basic industry o( Ine pro- 'vince and (he country in Its rela- _.Uon to the buildlog up of the eountry. To the unprejudiced the progressive legislation made ID Ihis direction can- not bul appeal, and It is only to ihe hltJc bound political partisan lint 'there Is anyinins o; cavil to be found Ia it. Such, being the case, it cannot a Lne Opposition. but appear lhat- opposition to the Eovc-rnpient candid ate U opposition for the salce of opposition. It mates It all the worse'la ibe lact tbal 'Oia Eupporter of Ihe Government is him- ielf a farmer It IE a graceless eihibilion that wa i Tiew in Cochranc. Jl is one ol poor i; appreciation ol a govern men ihe intereals ol the fame everToremosL It is not a -question ol gratitude that is involved In the question; no government has a rightful, claim to this. In regard t ;governmenLEr 1t is not a case ol th people, belne thankful for favors re ceired hut being appreclallTe ol dut It is only by achievement 'lhat governments can hope to list the support ol the people It is not too ranch to say Hi In what the Provincial Govern has done, not only In Egrlcu .tural but In all round legislation, has well merited Ihla lupporl. 1 ..progressive legislation It has been -the van es compared lo legislation olhor provinces. The Alberta Government haj wh; may. be said to Ve Eometblng of distinction' In having at Us head :rban -wba hy no stretching of lie ler car> bc'regardacl aa in f Bense lhat word Is generally re'eardc lia 'is a farmer, position of tha U. ca d I dale morie'difficult, to understand. 5fo dispute the right ol the -.farmers of the Cochrane dlslrlct to '.Wt lip" a Candidate, any more lhan any other.-.-organuailon. IT tho clrcum- there would be .notKlngf lo say, but aa tho oW goes circumstances alter cases. 11 la thii-.parlicular please of Hie Cochrane election; thai opens ihe nature of the comment. 12.J33 _ Alter (ho glories of more im- pcsitiJTis. Kailura is sure to auend our cllon? unless wt cut our- 37.4SL Isolvcs looso from hlrellug'1; point 14- 'of vle-.r '-t'arcth .not for tbe sheep." Wo cnre: we must pui our -licarts Into iue work whioh we see is LleuL-Col. H. Kinsley, a well 'known Methodist chaplain, who A Mlrt'EMl doctor rtot his valuable dog In mUiako lor n deer. In ail-juntp dltlon he waa lined for hunting out of season. __ There are nbouL T5Q dlCcrcnt tinds; Major General B. Undeay, C. M. of roJt-nis in tho V. 3. ami the annum, G.. S. O., who was in command ol loss iliev to crops Is estimated all the eiiKincera of tlio Canadian at j corps during the last two years ol Ihe wnr, is a visitor to Edmoulon. Race for Rcpub'.lc.in nomtnatton for During his stay in Ihe cily he 16 a U. S. president has dowii-fiuesl at govornment bouse. (From Our Oirn Corrssoonjenti MACI.KOD. Qct Th8 weather [or Ihe pasi lias been o( a varied kind. Mondar itiaate wiih the-Lord Jesus ei- Every Selection Your Heart Desires STOU1ES songs lot tho uuslc of every jinnle. [rotn lo nljjli- eat classical Eelecttons ol fiu- j.rcrae. srllsls lo the Red Real l.lbrarj- All ara luimvdlately available when you Own a Victrola S40 UPWARDS Easy Terms Our MB KltEB Cataloguo of S.OOO Belecllons tent free to any address. Bilmeril Block Homi of the BUY VICTORY BOND9 Canada pressed in Jesus' words "'Whosoever Jdoeth the will ol my Father -which is in IIoavon, the same is my brother and ray slsler and my The minis lor must have spoken for lully foriy- minutes and when he suddenly" stopped, the 'congregation iMiecn or twenty minutes, their inler- 'ost had been held so closely. We nU It looks like a farmers' cabinet ia nlario, with the old political parlies hope Captain Muncaster may soou re- turn to us, for we feel that alrsady he is one of us. The Women's Inslllute -sill meet at the home or Iho president Mrs. R- The till, mass ol He sun. MTS the A- Hay m, Thursday attemoon al three o clock., All the ladies of the allau prolcjsor who In ondeiTormu' ommllllill. are inTUei It 3 upset tb9 Newtonian theory of Attend, and arc assured ot an interesy raritBllon IB double the apparent I Ing and worth-while program. We ci ruth I peel great things of the Xobletord Wo- men's Institute this whiter, Comn and for yoarselvea what thor are do-ng. The Xoblclord cororaunllr club a good on ThursJay .cveilinE w well attended sudden in temperature.' Captain Mnn The f5M mark for the supply ot children dl'.- droulh- trlcken farmers shoold not take long n the'reaching if'ihe cltizena hied It. It has got well away and I caster was asked to lako the chai should be.tcpl so lo the finish. land opened with a short and appronrl term began in earnest, thus covering be couutry with from (en lo eighteen nches. and heavy drilling in many laces. This Tvlll be a boon to the arirer IQ Ihe way ol moisture, and a preparation lor the comltis season (I 1920. Maccave Commltled Dr. Diion. alias-E. MaccaTe. of not- ed fame In Macleod tee past Tvcefc, on iis .preliinlaary in Calgary vas sent up for and appeared In A.. P. P. court on Saturday, and after welve witnesses had testified against him. told the coart ba had nothing lo nak any D[ these meu. Coastable "Walt, who was Iho principal witness, told WE slory of the'..accused bavins fired Lhrce shots at him with 3S Smith and ro- rolvor on October ISlh, 1919. Ha pro- duced the revolver ivlth a boi of cart- ridges, which he found on Maccare when taken prisoner., He also had a number of keys and several Email tools, f.puncl In' hls'Tallse. At the close Vt-ithe asked for a'Epeedy trtffl, 'wlilch wag scl for Monday, morning before Judge McN'elll Later In the erenlng he called tha guard, nnd asied him for Iho officer in charge', lo whom be mtde "a confes and the sliort otil from whal mu bs yas carried I unanimously the aopearaoce ol the o, or e e the Vlctorr Loan special police sqoad. Mr jnmes Murray was elected pres'.. dent br acclamation; he immediately In the matter, ot Vocal eccompllsh-jtook up his The club i such an energetic and capable leader. The following olilcera were then elected 1st rice president, Mr. Kll pa'trcfc, manager'ol the Merchants nowera that are bom to blush unseen. This -was evidbnced In the line musical combination thet rendered "O .Canada" at the Majestic. Theatre ou Monday on -2nct vnsWiIlti Mrs.. nay! night. Lethbridge baa much latent ccrelarv-r E. L. Codr, principal ol talent, ai the'j.Teasure o[ the conductor ol the group ol ere-showed. INTEREST I'N "HOSPITALS Tho meeting or ths, provlncla; hos- pital convention and the c.rcalbn ol what Is now known as the Alberta Hospitals Association betokens the awakening of what promises lo be a naw and lire lulcrast, which In Its bamanllarian aspect means much fo: lha people c( the proTince. Hospilai: hare their human appeal in thai will Ihem is connected the stricken aid1 of humanity. To render lo these th tbest thai -nodical science can affori and Ihe allcnllon lhat Iralned nursin can glvo Is a mission which the Stat end the people can well and worlhil be engaged In. That mission become worthier still when Its scope Is I bring .10 the general what monc alone can bring fo others moro (o Innately placed In respect 10 th world's goods. The formation or such an assod as the Alberta Hospitals has I' place In these daya ol twentieth ce tury civilization, In Oral the clvlliz lion of (o-day unbortlea with il !h principles of humanity. Theso r.r thg days when the health ol the n, tlon has b'ccome lo ,ba regarded a in aasel lo i nation, and In ou icbomes of policy that ID 'regard I h'eallh hag become accehtua II Is a bis task which Lelhbridge id. Ihe dislrict are under present mdillons asied 19 undertake In the Victory Ixjan. But the Bger the task, ibs bigger Ehould be IB effort. There Is riot much ot dis' nction In the essaying of things thai re comparatively easy. The rnoro he ditlicully, th'e more the glory io _____, .'oblerord pnMIc school; treasurer Miv FitzpuricK or the Merchants' Bank. 'A permanent executive committef vas then elected to work in conjnnc- io'n With Ihe other officers, pamely 'S Sannderson, Miss Auld, Mr. Da- chan.in, Mr. IJubj- aud llr. Mead.. The club promises to ol the great- :st factors In the )Ue o! the commn- vercomlng I This- Is something we hould" realize In making He Vlclory a saccesa. Blg M.P. Saturday morning Epecial train Invited to come and enjoy themselves. Watch the Herald (or'announctments, The Ihermometer got down lo 20 Ijelow zero in .Voblcford on Friday night. The K. of P. dance was well attend- ed on Friday night In spile of Iho Don't forget Ihe big "Victory con- cert" to bo belli on Tuesday evening. palled Inlo the station of thB C.P.H. laving on board one hundred and twenty-five members of the Royal West Mounted Police, to be stationed at Macle'od, brining tho strength up lo one hundred and eighly. This reminds those :Tvho were here In the early days ol tho full slrenglh of this noblo body of men, who were the terror o[ the man who did what was. wrong, und they will no doubt fin the same poslllon again in this prairie counlry. They are' all young men, most of them from Ihe eastern prov- inces; many have been overseas, and are fond of the work, which they say la so different from tbe trench war- fare. It will add much to Ihe lire of the loivn, and every church and soc- ietv will ho strengthened by their num- bers. They are now comfortably set- tled In'their new Quarters, and will begin training [or "future duties. from Miss Hay, who vlBltod her bro- ther. W- A. Day, one of Maclcod's suc- cessful business men, and remained a fcw'days with him. Jllsa Day Is on her way to India as a medical mis- sionary for the naptlst church of Can- ada, where she will remain for a Icrrn of seven years. Miss'.Day comes from Annan, Onl., a few miles from Owen E. L, nlchnrdson, M. P. for Spring- ield, hurt the logic of his pronounce- neiit when, In referring to Ihe acqul.sl ion or the Grand Trunk Railway In he House, he said lhat Canada had utfered a great deal from the manip- ulation of railway corporat'on.i nnd .he time Is past for showing Iliem Mislderallcm. He hit the nail o.n the lead when he added lhat Hie only way Canada could be recouped for past ei- Iravagance was by sscurlng a ralhvay which by good management could be made profitable. Oct. .25th. in Ihe K. nan. Scnind. The local council'-ol women held A very successful cihlblllon of paint- ings last'wcek Town hall, and Ihe visitors .were' surprised al Ihe 'I number of excellent palntlnss on ex- from local homes In Mac- leod. A casual kick" at a package wrap- ped In newspapers lying beside a path In the woods near Fort l-ce. N.Y.. resulted in a police sergeant discovering of heroin and other drugs.. fj i MOST CHARGES AOA1H3T V BISHOP BUOKA DROPPED Ocl. i