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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta IMIIDAY, OCTOUEn 31, 1919 Tin: LSTimnmor: DAILY IIKRALD. PAGE X1XR Who Ss Canada's Most Outstanding Aviator .5. v POOR BUT PROUD Arthur lleverly Uaxter for tho Canadian LONDON, mail.I Among alrmca and r.uue who study lliolr iiH-orda. a theme uf dis- russtoiL Is, is the outstanding CanaJEun aviatorT" Lieutenant of Toronto, brduyliL down 24 machines in month; Colonel Disuoii. V.C., hulda the lilphPit rei-ord; JlaJ'jr Marker, V.C., fought Lho greatest LalLlc ot them nil fiiicl loolicd upou as (lie finest lacllLiin among the iilriiiPi) on IhO Kalian, front; ?.fajor has Uir v.'orll's record as a (wo-sealed pilot; Captain MucLnreu should liavo luiil iho V.C. (or his 7 machines; goal. At last they were sent out us an experiment, followed, by tho hearty doubu ot every one. Of tbe tight greatest Drritlsh pilots living today, seven are "would-lo1' Can- adian a. via tort. When (he time conies to apportion credit for tho tremendous prestige Canada has attained through her air- men, Itl it be rsmeujbeied Lbat those first few pilotd fought without encour- agement of recognition, but lliey ed the trail for ibc thousands who fol- lowed., until the Canadians dominated Ihe who'o Ilrlllsli Air Force. Al different periods lie paused long enough to hoisl a D.S.O., then a IJ.S.C.. followed by a and ihen a her Oct. v Icon of ihe cheques tendered v v In payment c[ tickets for tbo last n'gliL at v which the Prlr.i-e of Wales wus v present we-re returned today v r> I nun the li.inkj; murked "No I j EUfllvlcilt v o o of Calgary lias a Irfiui-nd- to lila H.S.O. These, added'to his Ant- C.-UB if Major Carter hail- j arctic ribbon, made un imposing array n't Hi? in-opeHor oft ami had, to which grew with a Croli de Guerro (2 ilr-scond In Herman So would j palms) und the 1914-1915 ribliori. luvr- bi-'eu chasing ihe le-ulers very He ha a im extraordinarily virile con- elpfir. slituiiori, shows very liLtle the first of ijrohihillon enforce !Jut whmevcr C .s up bolero from lili three years anil two mouths mont 1 arrested. saloun kespora llrookolyii announcing the close of ttiu.r placrs tomorrow, tho opening guns In court lalllc-s ID restrain law cnfort.cs I rom enrortintf Ihe liquor nnd dealers from Tlic of prohibition uns !n full sway over New York's gay ivhilo way Arrangements liavr been made for members of the team to preach In a number of the local church- eg at both Sunday on Hoy and Girl leadership, and the Sunday schools vrll! also be visited during the May. The program for the Floy Leaders will be as follows: Leadership Conference 4.GQ gift rat Ion. B.3U of i! tlicsy iicr-rcmlu tribunals, thtit ot Hying service. True LO bis plobc-troi- tonight, although the light shone Major CalliBhavf is Invariably mention ling iti3lincLs lie fought in MoaofOtam- 'heir accustomcil brilliancy, and there n moil vc-ry fiiai. Mil as well as in France, lu the latter I vas uo diminution In Ihc size or Hie 1 Xo. 3 Crowds on the street, upper Droad-! found 47 jK-rsoijs oml (using record blenkK Li.fjfl at Y.M.C.A. 7.30 address: ''A .Mmi'6 Job." S.OO program and Tnltert Church Forward Muviriur-iU, .'i.30 boys through charting. 9.30 O.t.0 Trail Unnpcrs' Council nnd 10.15 to draw uji rx I'ro- Rra.ji fnf your toys. ll.On Features of Program. (Father anJ soa MoraliiK Cburch KcUiLoiij, Three C'f, Vocallooal Guidance, Camp, Conferences, etc.) i Games. 2.00 and Training for' the Program. (Hoy biiiMr-r. Manual, Topic Card, Training CJasv p fo Promote (he I'royraiu. (Advlsorv District H.E.C.1. 3.45 Lessons for Hoys. 4.30 5.00 lor Bors acd to aeuurc it. 5.39 p. in. Sunday Session of Squares. Teaching of Graded Ix-h 'n- p.tn.--Supper fit Y-M.C.A. T.Ki p. ni. .MM week Session Squares, l Opening Ceremony, M'n- uie3, J Jus in Initiation, IJlble JJis- cushion, Observiiiidu Test. I'ractical Talk on t'u turn unity S 20 p.m.- PrtiH-iplc-s of Kram for Your Yloya ct the I "rug rani. F'nthcr ami Son, Mumlnx Church RelaUim.ilrp'i. Three (Vt, GuMaoce, C'auip Con- S.OO p and Training for the rrciBrani. Iluilder. Mentor's Manual. Topic Card. Training S.30 p lo Promote the 1'rtgram. (Advisory Comrailteea, District Il.HC.) All ihe meetings will bo held at tbe Y.M.C.A. with (ho of ihe bis; banriur-i for the oldt-r boys and Kirla on evenlnj. which vrlll bo held in Hall. Di-Iejfatcs are asked to register as EDIIU aTior 4.00 p.m. on Monday as possible at the Supper will be 01 ol ho -c s. (Squares :mj IJept., Tuxis obla'nablc In the Asfociation Uuiltl- ing on Monday and Tueittay ovenlngs thai IhR sessions need not ba dis- rupted. A large atiendaiice is looked for as this Is n unique opportunity of bear- Ins Epcclnllsts on Buy anil (Jirl Train- which is recounted now as being of gre.iier iinportanre lljnii [ever before In the world's history. O.'iO pni. ruup i s and Prayer: Local Boys and Leaders 5.2 LI p. o and y Orff an I ze Your iHcriares and IJept., Tuxis Council ami for Loaders and Tnsis Boys, at Wesley Hall. 7.00 to Conclave, (leaders '.viil U. S. HOUSE SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION IN THIS INDUSTRIAL EMERGENCY. WASHINGTON. Ocl. By Declares Thjil Since Peace Has Ueen Signed He Shouldn't Re-Sent to Jail FRKDBEIICTON, Oct. ig seMeuce on Werner Horn, Harry told Ihe prUoner that he ha.d not. qualified a.5 a belligerent under the provisions or Tho Hague tribun- al, and therefore hla offense could not be looked upon aa ao act of war, lu. ihe eyes of International ]av. had pleaded. Tho only point in tho fav- or was he had wailed until pa trains hail gone over before up the bridge, evidently because ho did not want lo be responsible for causing Injury or death lo defenseless civilian B. sentcn.ce had been-'passed ____....._____. _. Horn said he wanted lo make a pro orenvhelming vote tho house today [test That because-his fatherland hac tL-d the ronale resolution plcdj- signed tho ]Kjace treaty, ho was __., tupncrt lo the "rational admin- punishable, but he -was ordered re- uxis lloy.i' Istration and-all others authorlly." moved to Jail and auy more, raw.) in their efforts to meet "the present will havo lo be made from the Dor 7.00 lo Draw Up a Pro- ladustrial emergency." Ic uenitcntlary- J1-J was educated h that Ims FOiiu'lhlng, oT buL tho i impression ol power from the Utj- of llie head. hurriciiiG ut U, was urpinij him lo sceh new cipDrloiiirofl. Acconllnply tvhcn Slrfannson ivcnL to the Antarctic one of his bliiy'.i c'ilrcrs was young lie told me many InlercslinK tilings about the enthusiasm of Canadians Rt liomc for tbeir own air serTlco, nnd when Coll.shaw talks one HaLens. Ho I Is full of ideas and utters them DISPSE OF WOODEN HULLS SKATTLK, Oct. wooden hulls, belonging lo the United SLites shipping board, may be dlsnoa-l less than a deadweight! niond Collislinvv, for ivliich the hitler n rapidity tliut gives an Impression of accordlne to a Lclcfram received received his first habit r Illimitable mthrr 'han ui me fleet corporation. Fifty hulls arn inoored here. Others arc aL Calif, anil I'orlland, Ore. Arrange-j menls can he tnaile for time payments, U was said. Engines nnd other equip- ment necessary lo finish the vessels will lie sold "on efiual hagla to all" by the government. [Ha nest vrsnturo or conscciuDnco j "Arc you'going to fly the wjs t'j Join Hint fonnidat.le service, j I asked oncc'tvncn lie paused. Lhe Ccttailian Navy, salliiiK on the rood "If I can RcL'n ninclLhic I will" Tic satd, "and if noL I irant tt) go lo Rus- When war broke out he was in Lhe sla. Kay patrol vessel micrating I I inclined my car. tn'f iLic coast, nnd hn conceived "Australia Lad litr own Air Force ol ihc irtea ol jolnhiy the air service. as'Eix squadrons during tho war and now clenicnL of nature EcenicJ lo J she's Going lo twelve. What's premise more cicilcment than the sea. He wna one ol the very first lo try and fitfM in the sir, and hail the honour of beinir described by n (then) po'verful pcrEon. as "one of those fool would-be aviators." However, lie was fir.inLcil Lhe prir. ilege of paying flic Curli.s Com pa 113- fnr iiis luilinn and with a dozen other air lilonccrs was taken to England anrt lost track of In the Naval Air Service. They were kcpl for months doing training more or less in connection with flying and France seemed an nn- Canada going to has been anslous to tee coinpcny Lbe works irn'lerert by Llse lafild rfe- uf Hie cily and'surround- UTJ fTiiinlry. Mi hived in some -h7 Iho Kninjjcan u-hit-h forced U in in nlhf r directions, tfie C'nir.nnv nov; bf Able lo Falisfr tJiL- n-asonalile (ipmaniLi ol ifip hi- ut Tnti-e Uivers In crcriln? fit Ehla polni A Action which will lir .1 iredll lo It. anrl whlcJi ai ibe EIITIP Lime will unswcr to ntcds of ttie trnfric. Tbe new construction will, It goes wiihuiit he ahsolutcly Caie. and Drovid-.nl wiih all tbe con- veniences anil dllfrrrul services In Lhe first plnce by a well lighted central con- course. Tbo baggage room wing been placed at the tide of, end parallel with, the train pin [form and tracks, opening on one side directly to the platform and on ihe other lo the street. The btilldlng Ai designed, will be of fireproof construction, laced on Lbc exterior vrltb -warm brick and cut stone dressings of DeBChRmbeau.il or similar limestone. Tha roofing mnlcrlnl will bare floors of marblo tcrrazzo tile, tho vralle treated with marblo and caen slono or marble above, The toilet ooma will be finished with tile loora, oiarblc wainscots end I OTIS, Generally the wood finish throughout will be of Canadian-oak. The healing, lighting1 and plumbing services will bo o( llie rno3t up-lo- datc. arranged and furnished In qual ly and kind commcnturale to the. re- quirements'of (lift travelling public. With population ot eoula, and Its numerous Indus trice, this town no right Lo these Inipmvemcnta whleh will certainly contribute Lo ibc cqnllnuallon.of ile The Iho Ctly of Three ftlvcra will noi Tall before [brjg to reach vast proporrLkns for Itq exrcpllonal afluatlon half-way between Quebec and Montreal, and al the mouth of the St Maurice, drawing all Lhe vailey of that river, guarantees It A luturc of prdsrts! anrf prosperity. The Cllj of Thrco Hlvers [B one ol tbc ruosl ancient and Interesting (r the Province 01 Quebec? U nnl ol Canaan, and 119 Importance was riv .Imea. Founded In 163-1 Lj elLe and a group of hardy "rom Quebec, this point was undur he French reclrne, one of Iho most mportanl poalllona In Lho counlrj 'or the TUT trade with Lhe Indians; IL the of nil Ihe In- dian Lrlbcs friendly to .the FrtfncTi, end mariy expedlLlooa were organ- zed agnlnfit the IroquoTs and tho NCTT a' a lime when lha i of FYance and Eafilrind were tach edcavorlng lo cnsura Lhclr puprcmacy on the American continent. WhnE contributed not a little to the dBVclormenl of Thrco Rivera was the exploit o! Iho famous Iron, mines of St. which were alrc-adj at work In 1737, Thla In- dustry fln9umrcl grcalei Importance, and today [he mnnu- factnro of pig Iron In Iho Radnor Koundrlcs la one of the modi pros- In the district. The (orcal, which covers all Ibe regions sltuatcrl lo the north along the SL. Mattrlce and Its tributaries, has also been an Important faclor In development; lawmllls urn] great fulp plants have hren eslahlfshrd on the lianka of the SL Maurice, and employ at the pre- sent dale thousands of workmen. ID that Industry alone, one factory ships Annually tons of pulp and of Krafl paper. Shoe factories, glove factorlm, biscuit Uclorlca, furniture etc., also give employment (o a working popu- lation. Three Hirers possesses a spacious harl or sufflclcnllj1 deep for occin Tesjela. i Pass This -Up! s Read what the clothing manufacturers say about future clothing prices and you will readily understand why we have been advising our patrons to buy not only to supply present requirements but future as well. Don't Delay Buying! BUY NOW Manager of Montreal Factory Advises Calgarians To Buy Now H. J. COHN HIGHER LABOR COSTS Wages But Output Of Workmen Less Than IJc- fore the War The advice of H, J. Cobti, Tnanager of B. Gardiner Co., ot Montreal, iho largest manufacturers or men's cloth- Ing In thin country, Is that prices of clothing aro In the spring going to moro appalling than CTcr, "1 would advise every man to purchase two or three sulta thla tinier." aald Mr, Cohn to The Calgary Herald yes- terday, "for it is absolutely Impossible to loll what prices of men's clothing (vill bo la the spring, liul they will he staggering There was a blcscr jump in prices from last year lo thla from the beginning of the irnr lo last, year, ,and the rnlae Is liable to be Fllll greater between this winter and next spring." Pressers Get 950 Prflsaera arc now gelling f50 ner week nnrt press only twelve sulls n day, -whereas wlion they were receiv- ing per we ix lolovc ll.e war each man was capable o[ prestlng sixteen snlls. Workers will DO longer under- take the piecework which la the fairer 'from boLhpointa of 1ml demaQd tha 41-hour week. Manu- faclurcra Rre practically al their mtrcr ond much c! :s wasted, employers having to give in to all demands. They would be willing lo pay almost any price, for piece- Mmo work, but feel tiat tha present system is not equllahle and Ibc em- ployes not giving relurnB lo Ihclr de- mands. A Startling Demand Tbe case VFW cited ot a certain eastern factory where Lho staff, a'flpr gelilns all demands, nskcd for two weeks' holiday to cover the Jeivlah festival, and asked for pay (or Ibis period. At tho present (Imc Iho. output la seriously llrallcd and for Ibis reason there Is A considerable shortage In the orders of overcoats being shipped to tho weal. They simply cannot be procured. One section Ci !hs irffi'Ii will not .work without tbe olhors, lima when a number of coats were needed the tronsor and vest mnkera gltvtcfl that they would not permit tho mak- ers of these garments lo work upon, them unless they were given work at tbe saruo lime. Calgary Profits Speaking on the recent proba Into Ihc cost of clothing at tie Calgary Investigation, he said that n profit of 50 per cent, on cost prices aecmod at first to be exlorllonnle, but n store> keeper could not makr> expenses on less. This Inevitably worked out at n net profit ot only (rom 6 lo S per cent.. Mr. Cobn concluded hli Interview with Ms solemn warning as to ths constant stcndy Increase In tbo price of clothing nnd a, prediction of Lho appalling figures Eiills will cost In tho sprite- "Buy hvo or three sultg this ho Ball. "Von will be gljid you did so In Lho spring when you see Iho prices." Knowing what to buy and where is also very important at the present time, as the markets are Hooded with various make clothes; good, bad and indifferent. It's a time when it is very important for you to know the clothing you are buying. You can always buy with confidence and security here'for we are the local head- quarters for SOCIETY BRAND AND FIT-REFORM HAND TAILORED GARMENTS Suits Lots oi Cheaper Suits at to Overcoats, Storm and Rainproof, to Heavy Weight Ulster Coats, to OUR STOCKS WERE NEVER MORE YOUR SUIT OR OVERCOAT NOW. McKELVIE KIRKHAM BLOCK McGVlRE Buy Victory Bonds LETHBRIDGE ;