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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. OCTOBHR31. 1919 Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Luthbritigo W. A. Buchanan President and MiDagioi Director John Torranc; ti-jsLnesa TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial a50. CinnJa lior public dob: TcJiT ii A1. cud of the current fiscal 1 ii will :n al! be at least A Bow Island ernrism roid grader to the west, re-; turned, home last Krid.vy. Mr. Lyons, pi Itouso Lyons, Taber, was a In town last Friday. Miss HaUV alto aadiMrs, Kof- were town on Krauk returned' from lh? west iv he re be has tctu work'ng on e Irrigation. Ectoiuo. Mrs. (Yank McVulliarus wss up fro-.p MedlcLno Hal over wi-ok, nil. j -Mrs. SuniiytuMde.' led (or j idno'llai todi.v. Slsr iHaUovre'cnl Is being ;J t forward to very anxiously as ill ere Is to be a canl rarty and dance 1 given that night under the Air. and Mrs. J. A. Slrulhere, llesidohts There ihc Kighties, Gel Presentation Our Own Our Corre D. Oct. ujirried __________., HOW Oct. was M TWO tbe net a attendance at the Youuj? I last ediit-jJuv i will be aiiproxiuaicly vet c.ipi- Mr jjOUcher ?Ave a short la. Fire years it was about "Amy Life" which listened to Wbila m: of Circulations speech in June his laM. Sir' when the Member Audit________ _ _ I While itui Subscription ne. tfobl Daily, delivered per wook interest cnarG. Dally, delivered, tier -Dally, bv mail, per your ammtfly. mail, lier year...... 1.53 broke out ii was Weekly, by inail, per year to U.S. K.OD iLC Dinted out. "will con- -------------------------------------------------jstiiute a burJeii people oi and then lliere tfas a vory Tti.vi- -.5 dfinis as well: "HcEolveJ. YTLlU'.J When Dates of expiry of subscription ap-1 Canada, fur secer.u'pns to co2ie. pear daily on address libel. Accept-1 EuT thc probloni by Bace of papers after eipimtlou datt- is our authority to continuo Lho sub- ccrlption. that i: is cas'er to learn to a ____ it is to learn to drive n billions cir_-- -j'i-e affirmative was taken by :icr, V. M. Oilber: and Miss L Me- I-arec. whiEf K. Uaiei'-iia aud Mrs. ULlben tool; the negative. Sevt-ra! pcwd paiiiis were made ou both sides, but the decision was given in favor of the negative. Tonight at Hie weeV ly merlins ihe high school pupils will defcale OD the "Re- solved, that tinier fr-ons nre more bo i ivar The' debt. .THE NORMAL SCHOOL AND THE SOUTH COUNTRY The approaching visit of Lhe Minis- .ler of Education is. In regard, to future of a Normal School for the south country, en important one in the opportunity ii affords to place before him the needs of such an in- stitution In Ibis part of the province With, what may be eipected from this visit It'is .necessary, in ibe meeting .nrransed for. .conferring the MIu- is-er, lhat there be a full representa- tion of the districts of Southern Al- berta comprised in the four inspector- ates. Invitations tiare been, tent lo the congenial than Bummer sports." At the local association of Boj Scouts held here last ibp follow- ing officers were elected lire? President. OS-ver; means ends the i Pensions will probably Cor a genera lion to come absorb a year, a sum approximately ifcc the United Siatea was expending j president. on" its pension account a dozen years urer, A. D. Kolfe. The extcutive had 'sorvie ol :tie names from last year re-[ moTOil anfl tho names of Messrs. i I Feme anJ ISroivn .iddcd. Mr. Feme.' a prize last year, Is glvins' anoilier puil of clothes Uilc year to be of tbe-U.F.A, Supper will bo served' years." was Hie charge in the fpst rroin uftvr ihe'carjs. Thou' read agiinst Mr, and Mrs. 3. A. Struih- vrill follow dAiico iu hall. ers in Uio courts of their own homo i Saturday evonlng1, October 25, when tho llev. John Kennedy, and ihe ladies of tho Fresbytertan church .call ej to see them. After hearing tbe case the verdict was guilty. Then the sent once of years more was re-ad to them in the following words. To Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Slrutu ers, MacIeoJ. Alberta It Is with mil I'll .plcasuro (hat we ,he ladles of St. Andrews' Presbyter isu church at Macleod, nisj othe rlcinls. nnd well wishes, Join In ex .emling to you oti this twenty-fifth animersary ot your mar- Permit 119 to wish you many re- turns of tbe diy. present you witli this little not for its Intrinsic but as n sinnll token of our re- spect an-J affection for you. and fond- ly honing Ihn.t If may help to keei> ever In your m'.nd. that If nuy clouil Cinemas Tak'cn Uy U-lloals, In- tended For Use in Case of Victory, in U. S. taken from the archives Grand Admiral von Tirpltz in alter lie close of the Civil War. when its population was about compared with our 000 today. YORK. Oct. [tlcturo ot ._____________ tho C. Eisll; secrclary-ireas-1 former kaiser's admlrally and showing ullied vessels being sorpiNJoed by Ger- man U-boals during Tho whole war, were brought here today by J. II Mackzum, a Knighla of Columbus see- To follow Mr. Ednouds, credits which the Government is providing In thi mmf wcre aC3tlned lor _lo a Seoul under the same c'xhlbulon by on tho day ol condiiions aa year. A Dry Well its triumph, were made by camera men on a submarine PA ICKED UP IN ASSING THE HUftV UAM November 11- (Armistice Day) has tictti undo a gliito holiday 5Uti'- laud. i V'owTer warned thkt, with uni- versal suffrage, growlug danger ol lujuattce "was to rich and not lo poor. Kdlesky, Winnipeg, Is held In custody In connection ivlih an auto flccljenl vhlch rtsuUr-d In the of a boy who was rfJInf bicycle. W. Ureen, Tweed village, uwofcc on Monday morning to find he totally blind. Some time ago he los Khc sight of one oyo and a burstlue blooJ vessel destroyed ILo Eight ol Ihc other. James MeXell, 1G years old. was fatally burned at Glace Hay. X.S, by the explosion -rhen he Ii shied a CAme A. (ire alarm. Not much dam- age was do tip. A Gillelan by the name of Boykl, whose home La at Redberrr, .lea ID the North BiUlleford hoEpllal with a severely cut and Irulicd wrlsi as a roiult ol a ;im accident Tho Tlctlm of the accident out shoot- Ing, when the barrel ot the gun burst, soTere .wounda and burns. D. C, Thompson, iccreUry of tia DUnols AErkulluttl Association, dc- cljrecl wheat acreage In Illinois has been decreased 50 per cent. In somo counties, many silos are unfilled and, breeders, of hogs aro cutting their production for 1PIU Irom 10 to BO per cent. The' Wcybam Red Cross aocltfy bid elected tho following officers for the ensuing seaeou: President. Mrs. Robert Hell; vJce-preildenl. Mra. .1. Ross; secretary, Mrs. W. II. Lee; trea- surer, Mr McGowmi; czecutlTe, Messrs. II. X. Morjihy, T. M. Marshall and W. J. Jolly. Tlia Merchants Bant of Canada has acquired a property In lleglna and will erect a bank ami office tuUdlnfi there- on. The site Is ti5 by 10it feel, and tbo me explosion mien no ugnicu J uc ailv ia Vi> "J match to find out whether an alcohol building will le of drcsacd stone. Bleel innk needed refilling. his right Arm missing and eyesight 'practically gone. Krank should dtirkeu the l l ot sky of your Tho gas roniRioy tlial was drilling! missioned to erulfc about the Irish communities In tto of Interest of G'reai Britain. France, stopped opera- phytosrayb. lacrchant vessels 'um. Roumania and Greece will Usl week as tliey foucd It to lie aTier they had been atincliekl bv un- absorb within the near future a total j t Vir.nniiinnn Anfl will be ulus of And .nis will bepJu Jaa- Olfluist held an aod otbcr ar- .dertea craft. This boat usefl mere auction itaii feet of dim. The picture ghowa the submarines shelling four British vessels, while those on the ships wcro swimming for llfebonts and the day was chilly _ vas a crowd In attendance and j A torpedo, leaving the lube of a sub- _ hiring repfesentaiiTea in the city on Geo. Emitti is here. and. xo far, the response has not been what -TYS5 expected. It mar, be tlat those in the outlj- 'IBB districts', interested in the estah- lisping, of Normal.. School for the country consider that, there are .sufficient 'citizens- in Lelhbrldge ;rho hold the like interest lo pat np the rase of the Xpnnal School to the illn- isier. This howeycr is not the paint. The larger the representation, the larger will the Interest ho declared. The interest without doubt U in the vROiilh. country, but It wants tangible evidence, in the presence ot delegates, lo bring herore the GoTGrnrncnt, whom In his particular department the Min- ister 'reprcsenra, the fact lhat the netd-of lb.o Normal School is faily and generally sensed. There should he strong effort made by the communities outside Lethhridge to send rlelegates lo meet Mr. Smith ihe made up of tides at bis fannhouse juat outside the contributed by the Minister of town limits last Saturday auernoon. Finance, and by banixE, which Ihe Dominion as a i whole advanceil to Great-Brilaui very good prices for her Allies during the war period forJmost of the thlfigs, especially when the purchase of munitions, foodstuffs. and Taricns tlnds o; supplies. True, on account 'of the British- Govern- ment's conUlbulloas to the mainlea-' ance ot Canadian oversets troops, the balance.duo the Dominion Treas- ury Is .now" about, f put you cons'der tbe scarcity of money., Mr. Fred Ilenderscn. who has been- .Mr. house, has moved to Iho coifige oa Broadway v.-here Mr. F. Henderson has been livins. The rest roam S a nicely arranged. lea roDm on Saturday ai'itrnoon where Lhe Anglican Ladies' Aid served a de-: that does noUalter the fad that for Mjctous lunch. The chilly weather out- tho'.tlme being 'the .credits we hare poors made the cheery tea room the advanced and. are still advancing are a strain upon" the linanctal re- sources ol the country. DemobHza- lion and gratuity account for tte Is estimated at currenl ilscaU.year ou Friday, November for _a Normal .School in The need the soiith counlry Is nol the nsed ot Lelhbrldge alone; it embraces the whole territory embodied in the south country. U should be so regarded and so orldenc- ,cd In the presence ,ot a large and rep-, resent alive deputation Irom every section in the four inspectorates. duty ID this, In so Tar as the need ol the' Normal School' 1a 'a common need embracing Lethhridge from to Including eicentitturc on capital a years- wlilClcancer, yet -si juk.iwiuuo _r ___ i_ j_ more inriiing so that the lad-es In charge feel that the afiair was Q, great success Ea every way. On Sunday (en of the members of :he Masonic Order of this place mo- loied lo to attend the fun er'al of their late brother, John Garri- son. Mr. Garrison has been suffering sill! and ordinary account, demobiliza- tion. BTaluillesi'aciJ credits, tbe Do-; minion" Government's requirements for Ihe jear cic st appror- Imately When deliver- ing his Budget speech la June. Lhe" Minister of Finance estimated' the lotal public revenue of Ihe country for the carrent year at So far Is averaging a Mtlle better than that, the total [or the six months ending September h compared with SU2.901 [or.tiiQ corresno'ndlnE; period cri 191S.- But even should the re- venue lor lha remainder ot the year, lives, it always will he founJ to havo a silver lining providing you continue to be cf tliG same Rood lallh lhat has hereof ore characterized your happy wedded 1'fc. Dated ibis 25th day of October, A.D., 1919. Tho visitors tlien presented them with a silver flower Bland, and Indulg- ed in a social cup of tea, with all the bpst eatables In the land, and wished nee. J. iA. Slrutbers, came to Mac- cod in 1SS7, in the employ of Ihe Hud- on Uay Co. lie remaLica Ihrco vears, returning to Manitoba. He re- urned in 1S91, hringing-bis bride with ilin and they havo lived in Maclcod ilnce, and aic among the few who have always stood by the Presbyter- aln church, in the trying days. The minister could always count oa Mr. and Mrs. Elruthers as in them they always found a friend. Their friends are many, and all wish them many happy years of life, in thia the iam! of Lbeir adoption. and the outside' aa a THE PERPETUATION OF THE BATTERIES In a. comparatively new country traditions are in the process of mak- ing. this view the perpetua- tion of the batteries entcra Into the scheme so far as it ultimately con- cerns Lclbbrldgc. This schemri can. only succeed In the interest taken It' by Ihe men Identified with these bat- teries. The preservation or the 20th and; Ihe.39th balt'erlea as artillery mills. In Ifie'city and the Glat, aa'arranged, 1n-'aiiOlhcr part 'of the province irili serve as splendid Memorials denoting the" spirit which" BtbuEeA the cflizena forward -a-- hand'. In jcrushlng with which Country and Empire .were threatened. VTfae'clly of particularly >as much to pride Itsolf on the bat- raised here. That pride ahoulcl never be suffered lo die. There Is Hie In lhat Iherc will he new gen t-iallona who have not had thai intl instc touch with tbe local batteries aa (he present one has liart. of Ibe olil names will keep loo memory pf Ihcsc balteries evergreen. They he somclhlng hi Ihc way of Jn- Sl-lfalion and example selling forth a noble hcrllHge on which future gen- erations will look with pride. maintain Its present average, and supply a tolal ol J31S.OOO.OOO, readiiy seen that there will be A difference between revenue and expenditure, of appropriately half a billion dollars, a sum equal to the amount that the Minister- of Finance Is hoping to obtain from the domes- tic loan now being floated, although to those of his friends in How "Island ths_ news', o'f his death was Q.shocX. The InXennenL was made in the Etzl kom cemelery, tPie Masons having charge or the funeral. The Winnifred Agricultural Society held k .meeting ID the I.O.O.P. hall, Bow Island, on Monday night. Then followed a dance. The attendance was not large though those present report a fine time, .the mua'.c- being good anil the floor not crowded. On 1-Tiday plght the Uoj Scouts tn- leriained Iho Camp Fire Girls al Scout headquarters. Curing tbe eve- ning the Scouts serred lunch. Ralph Stone came down from Slrathmore last Friday and he ei- pecta to leave for that place (his weefc. The gooi3 are being shipped and Mrs. Stone and little daughter Mar Joria will accompany Mr Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Stone, having been residents here for quite a while and always pleasant to the public whom they were Eerrlng In llielr business here, will be greatly 'missed, in musical con- certs Mrs. Stone home Mon- Hat: Mrs. Chap -is 'cctroteibig. rapidly from her operation." The Oddfellows held a social even ing Monday. reports good lime. The sad death" occurred last Thqrs day of Mr. John Garrison. Mr. Gar r'son has suffered over two year now wHli: 'cancer' oi the throat. He was' coming in 1903. He1 was-well'liked by every- body. Mrs.' Garrison and his sons the sympathy ot many friends. The funeral toot place on. Sunday from his home to the municipal ccme- ery. The Masons Irom Bow Island ook charge oMbe funeral; Mr. Coffin relumed home Friday and left for Lcthbridgc again today, lo made arrangements for his cattle and horses to be taken care of tor the winter. He espects io have work In nearly all winter. Mr. E. A. Hall, of Oregon, formerly of Etzlkom Is paying a business trip here. A mealing Is lo be held tonight, lor the purpose of. organizing a social club for young, men and women. Mr. Al. Fetter returned home lo take-bis family lo Lcllibridge for Ihe TV.'nter. Mr. A. West and George Erwin are giving a dance In the Oddfellows bar Friday night. TOWER GOES TO DANZIG LONDON', Oct. Hosinal( Tower, formerly British minister Ii Argentina and Paraguay, has ap- pointed temporary high ctmimlss'onc at Danzig by Lhe league ot nations or of Chicasp, World near the head, of lha landscape gardenia? at the ganizatiou, It Is learned here. -lie is pal skaling rink. expected to a 55 nine his duties all out N'ov. The news of the uiipolntmenl was rewired here, with double- Inter- Scfircpfer. YDiprnn, in 'n-vcrsity of Illinois. MasquoradJng as Federal agents, lirec youug men went lo the home n. former saloonkeeper tvl Peters >urg> Va., and hauled away 400 gal- ons of whiskey lie had stored In he cellfir since prohibition. Many Americans art preparing lo move Into Saskatchewan noil spring, V representative of a laml company itales lhat he had effcctcj sales Ag- gregating nearly two million dollars, roprestntlug acres of land. While the catch of salmon in the southern streams or British Columbia was reports from Prince Ruperi ud'cato that the season's catch in the north was very large. All salmon In- dustries aro full acd operating Co cu- pacjty. Two bags containing copies ot tho Workers' Bulletin, a publica- tion of the LW.W. arc In tho hands ot Uio.Vancouver police. having been abandoned on the 0-NT. train from Seattle by the custodian. As a result of negotiations which have been carried on between a spe- cial committee o[ Ihe North Ilattleford clly council and the owners of tlie curling rink, the latter promhes have been leased for the com1 tig wlnler sen- BOH mid will be operated as a and brick construction, fireproof out, and will cost over Aborc the hank will bo offices, and dilative nrrangemnls have been made ID rent Lhe entire second floor to one of the leading firms of financial antl Insurance brokers In the city. est, as iL is t un iinik-aiion that the league of nations ia beginning lo funclion. A student at a Heaver. Falls. Fa. college threw a lighted cigarette 1ml from the window. A sparrow pounccc it and soared (o his nest ii upon J th'e CP.V? of "the" 'dormitory. Then Four Pianos to One Family IT la nothing tew lo our lirm lo sell father nnd motltcr a famous old MASON RISCH ns Iho family up and one to each new home. Everybody1 who has played on a Mason Itlsch wants one for their very own mm RISCH, UHHED Bllmonl Block Tfc. Homi ol BUY VICTORY BONDS be missed, too aa sire was always willing to s'ng or play when asked lo help. Their many friends wish them success In their new home. 'Miss IJose Hurlbtrt noi Lhe-JDlalmnm asked'for Is !ha5 charge ol "Central.1' Mr. am GOO- The necessity for.the new loan1 Mrs. Hovden and family will IEOTO ja therefore quite obvious. j .Still another matter thai will re- quire adjustment Is the relation of gold holdings lo circulation. At Ihc c! 1914 (he gold held by tbe Into the house wherd Mr. and Mrs. Stone have been living. 'Mr. Clayton Hands, made a Hying iiere Idat week lo his brother, Mr.-T-. ri, Hands. .Mr; and .Mrs. Hands and son are going to Delia the latter "part of Ibis week .where they .Intend to spend the winter. Mr. ol Finance, the hanks, ahd.j f0> Sle'fllclno Hat (oday and in the gold TRserTe waa In the Hsu'ds will'Join her Ihcre on Frl- Mr's. Wln'Carrle, Good Cbe'er, was 'guest ol. Mrs. A- F. Wcrls 'a few days last weeX. Mr. Druce filark ond daughter were business visitors from BurdDtt on Friday. Mr. Frank Tlcatllc left for the wesl- crn cbaht 1'asl'week, 'Mr. mrold Ueal- lle, who has been working '.Ihc gov THE FINANCIAL POSITION OF THE DOMINION we Are true cftlzcns of a country snould bo Interested In crerythlng lhal conccnia lhat counlry. It Is ijot only Eufflclenl 'thai we shouirl bo familiar wltb Its Institutions,