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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UlTHRRrDGE DAIU HERALD Hlbt'rla OAILY AND WEEKt-Y and THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED S25 6th Street South, Uthbrldgi W. A. BUCHANAN and Managing Dlreetoi John Torraoce Buslreis Maaati.'' Mwaber Audit Bureau of ClrciU'tlons. Subscription Hales delivered, per wjfs --i by mail, par year S.00 by mill. 6 monti" 4 S3 Daiij, by nail, 5 mantis 2-S'i Weeklj, by null, per year by mail, per year to If.S. Z.uO ing indastrioj have a.1 any rate ,uot[ been reaped, f.or are liXeljr lii bo reap-{ ed. by Canada becoming aa eiport na- tion, with her export bi manufactured goods capable of competing In and quality with the goods madie else- where. It is only by a steady export trade luut what is known as tbe "bal- aiu'e of of tscrrnous advant- age, can be preserved. Vet today we vieiv something of an alarming condi- tion In Canada of a serious decline In exports, with the Dominion about lo be faced with a gigantic debit balance! In Its foreign trade. The lack of Quality In Canadian goods. In the Instances mentioned and in o'.hers which may be named. Is mainly due to the lack of enterprise among our manufacturers. Bottle-fed by a protective tariff "Industries may be ES high tariffs claim, but energy and. en-, terprlse are discouraged." The manu- facturer Is well contented to go his own easy gait, trading on the'protec- tion the tariff gives him. la not the larger market which the world Graded No.- l' And .Weighed "Sixty-Four Pounds to (he Bushel If'rom Our Own Corresocudent) TAUSll, Sept. wheat has been arriving at the elevators that Dr. will jive his talk in the September meeting- Tho Women's Institute conference for tho CaMtton constituency was held !u Msgralh on Aug. J5. Arrange- ments had been iniide by the convenor, Miss L. Hall and the Magrath local officers and the visiting dclgates were met at the trtla and escorted to the town I.all, where a most SflsmiW dinner was served. Eight ladles from the Cardston Institute, six from Glen- wood and six Irom Raymond were present, also the speaker, Mrs. Rogere, provincial secretary of institutes. Utter .dinner, was over ladies Journeyed to ;.the where the iceetlni L. D. S. church, convened at 2 THE PLAGUE OF-HORSES. Just at the present time house OI1JIIII5 HI 1WHI clclahvri" nuclt lao from farms close by thes town, which o'clock. A large crowd of ladles were shows a very tine sample of Wheat from the Hipp place was taken in at the Bawlf elevator yesterday which weighed 61 bushel.' According pounds to the to the elevator holders who take a pride in their l ployment to Canadian working men, lawns and sarclens have beeii subject j and many more, than the smaller to much loss of time. labor and ex-! market at home. But this larger mar- pense, and put lo considerable annoy- ance by Iho depredation of stray horses. Apparently without any at- tempt being made lo keep these night marauders in safe keeping, thoy aro men the wheat Is grading No. 1 aiul is'.very bird, and on' this'account, very close to the ejposeaus do no.t mean to say, how. "ever..that the Tabcf'crop cd into Ibe compass ot oue'load. Taber District DC held this year on Friday, Sopt- 3 A new millinery establishment has been opened In formerly, oc- cupied by Alex. on. Douglas nishes more.important than the Ave, Immediately north of the Palace er home market! Will not this larger i St. shortly. V The old Piarson Uvery barni oppo- site tho International agency, has been purchased: by W. who will move shortly from across the Irack. W. C. Blount has renled the Hobbs by increasing our exports, tend far.more to the giving of em- ket to be captured'icvds enterprise and a spirit to meet with and to beat house on Russell Ave. Yand taken competition, and that wlH never 1 James McCarroll has rented the achieved so long as the Canadian on Taj-ior next to Mrs. ufacturer Is subsidized by a protect- allowed to roam even Inlo the centre Ive larlff. of the city, making havoc ot the workj and care of a season given to hedge, garden. With IU Imports'largely exceeding its exports to-day, the Dominion would The annoyance referred to Is not be in a parlous condition financially an .exceptional occurrence. It has ajwere it nrft for its great Industry, Its Habit of recurring periodically, and 1 wheat crop, an industry that Is not is bound to recur so long 'as Gomc-'nursed or.bolstered by anything in the thins drastic Is not done to make an of bonus or subsidy, be it tariff Truswell. Duck iKIs morning, a party composed of Byard Smith and Stringham brothers" getting '4 liice bag at Rocky Lake, though hammered by the Scotch mist early in the morning. W. P. Cotton, of the Times, has re turned from Vancouver looking-.much improved in health. Carl McCartee who was recently transferred from Elcan, becomeB night operator at Taber on Wednesday. Regal mine development which has present and Bll reporl it a very good treat. .Mrs. Rogers' talk ou "Make the Dollar Work Harder" was most beneficial, Instructive and Interesting. Every word was enjoyed and the ladies appreciate very much her ence at IhU conference. Reports of tho Institute were given, Mrs. Lead- belter reported Cardston. ilrs. JJllas reported OlenVrood and Mrs. Mercer, Magrath. The Raymond lartic: were visitors. their Institute being in the Taber con- constitueucy. Miss Watson was ap- pointed constituency secretary. Rev. Barrett spoke to the ladies on the Liquor Act, The Institutes of this jrovince are to co operate with he government and work for the referendum.. A solo by Miss Lesvilt, of was much eujoyed by all. "After -the 'close of the meeting, W' visiting ladies were served with a delicious luncheon at the tov.-n hall. Mr. l-onsrnan, president of the Raymond School of Agriculture, spent Sunday in Magrath. He was a speak- er at the afternoon service In the L. D. S.. church'. He spoke of the school and encouraged tbe people In example of some of the irresponsible j or otheru-lse, and which, on the other ---a-T been proceeding of late with a view owners of the straying animals. Is handicapped by the tarnf rcsumpUoa 0[ operations is now ing the horse to the pound alone does t Itself, with Ils effect on. the farther word from'the head not appear to roitisalt or to do away I menu necessary for the raising of! officials ut the company. Other devel PICKED UP IN PASSING F 0 It THE 1! U S Y M A X Western Ontario has tbe biggest lax crop In its history. Tax. Collector Chester, of fort Hope, has been granted au Increase of flOO a year. The population of Hamilton, ac- cording to the assessment department, Is nearly A deputation to the Dominion liovernment asked that wheat und four rates, be levelled. Win. McCallura, of (ilencoe-, was badly injured at Beachville, when ME car skidded end went over a culvert. For passing a forged cheque the Bank of Hamilton. Hugh Simons, of sent to llic Ontario, pastor of Kasl ;md West Missouri Reformatory Baptist church, bas ntcopled u call _ to St. Thomas. David Jones, or tho 6th concession; of Westminster, fell off a load oil Orville Kills'has been arrested in grain and broke three ribs. iTuamesvllle in connexion wilh a __ i number of robberies that havo occur- I-WHlui. war veterans are In Morueth and Bolhwell. a campaign to raise ?150.COO for ui uit-morhl W omens institute will i erect a monument In Richmond cemo- Tbo Port SiauTev tVrmera' Co- tery in memory of the fallen Have Been Paying 25 Cents n Pound While Millions Stored Under Their Noses sending their boys and girls, Pres. H.-S. Alien and Councillors Snow and Brasdley of the Taylor Stoke, were sneakers at tho Sunday meeting. when Tve hear speak of national pol- ities by the Prime Minister of the nuisance.'! this beneficent and Baring crop.'Yet opmonts in the mining situation at abor aye eipected.shortly., Threshing operations on. the .Canada Test Coal company's property on the est side of the Ibwhslte began to- ay, and the town seems "surrounded y binders and separators The captured German, guns ..have een removed to the Vicinity of the what is a decided Something more severe, it Is abund- antly evident, is needed to bring home their responsibility and their culpa-l country the greater stress is'plaieaon billty .to indlriduais who thus callous-[ the importance of manufactured Indus- their horses to he at large! Iries, with their well-being as the with detriment to the property of, rar'gumcnt for sustaining a protective and with no concern for the feelings j tariff For the sustenan.ee pJ Indus- of others tries "which after fifty years nre still The-matter-of damage caused by j struggling infants, tie basic Industry stray horses la not one which applies! of which has proved to solely to those who have suffered bo the .saying grace and to-day is from the strays, it applies to all house- proving itself to be the salvation of holders whose well-tended Is made to pay the price for may any nnhl be selected to'be mada j keeping alive a by no means robust a feeding ground by the roving tribe.) infant In the way of manufactured therefcre something in which! Industry; which, In spile of tho nation- the whole city is. concernetl7 as tho al sustenance It has received. Is multitude of' carifully kept gardens' long time getting ly feel Us limbs, would indicate, it becomes a therefore, for the Commissioners tu deal'with, and if; it is within their power a b> law should be put into penalties of such nature do to put an end once ar.d for air to a periodic and an unmitigated nuisance. September Pirst is' not H favorite ida'.e with'school children and ducks -Wtieat weighing Gi> pounds and test ing No. 1 grown in tho vicinity o Lethbrldge Is worth crowing about. MR. ME1GHEN AND THE TARIFF. In his public utterances lately deliv- his accession to the Premiership, Hon. Arthur Meighen has lost no opportunity to express his 1C the gas company cannot drill tin extra rate for gas but of the consum ers it will drill no more wells. 1 is a boring policy cither way. Contentment sometimes discourage ambition. This applies to our manu '.abiding {allh In a protective polky j (acltirers who aro contented with aimed, as he stated, for the purpose, protective tariff. of .keeping "Canadian worklrgmen In Canada by enlarging the employment Mennonlte delegates to Quebec hav market, and so adding to the site ot i been very pleased with their viall I Canada. The policy of the Govern-1 the Province. We always though ment, in other words', Is to maintain j that Ihe Mennonltes were strictly protective on such a scale so! teetotal sect. As to give Canadian Industries an ad-i vantage in the Candlan market The merry-go round In llenderso make It pay them better to slay here] Park, WE understand, has been lease IS KNUT ML tlH Few Reids Waiting For Header Hinders Progress of. Threshing own hall tor present, where Ihey re attracting many of.the curious. Hon. A. J. McLean arrived'In town fonday for; a short stay. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Whltbeck of Fin-i astie, ere rejoicing over the birth of] .-.son. F..-C. Whay, night pperatbr-at the has'been, transferred to Hill arid leaves for his new post' Thursday morning. H. F. Annablo IB.having Improve menlE added to the building west of lie King tjeorge or tenants to occupy near 'ulure. perallve Society has been inconfor- ted with a capital of JIO.OOO. Port liruce Is to have a pavilion u the beach, a dance hall, and in ;me a midway and board walk. Windsor dllrens are crossing over o Detroit to buy sugar al 17 cents pound. of the district. A spark from a Vigarette Is sup- posed to have started a fire'which de- stroyed a motor truck belonging to the Areno Fruit Co.. Smith's Falls. Indians In Ihe Rice Lake district predli't a long sovere winter, indi- cated uy tho abundant crops of.wilj j nlums and uuts. TLe Sinn Kuln -in many towns In reland havo seized control of local governments. Alvero Coleman Passes Big Preparations Made for Children's Fait (From Our Corresoondfiutl MAORATH, Sept. very much regret to report the death'of one of Magrath's best known citizens, Mr. Alvero Coleman, for a long1 time a resident and business man of Magralh. Mr. Coleman has been suffering for about a year with a lingering illness and some time ago was-taken to the hospital in where he pass- ....._ ___.____________.. ed away. He leaves to-moifrn him n turning on Wednesday evening. (From Our Own Corresoondent) BOW ISLAND, Sept. show ers of rain that are coming now are not at While tlis, wheaj isv nearly aUcnt, there are still a few fields waiting for the header and 1 is feared that the rain will cause quit of the grain -jen'-too threshlpg has started ani the rain will hinder its progress. The rain gauge. shoved .05 of an Inch to August" of an inch to Au gui t-'3isl. f Italion f or Augus .18 inch. The Ladles' Aid of St. Andrew' church met al the. Mrs. Ed Thompson, Berber1 St., bh Thursaa afternoon, August. 26th. There were twenty-one members and visitors pres- ent. .Mrs. Still, -the present, and quite'a-lot of buslnees attended to, chief of which was :he arranging for'a "bazaar" .which will'be held the latter part of Novem- ber, the exact da't? hot being decided. After the nieellng-adjourned, Mrs, Ed. Thompson end Mrs. Charlie Thpmp: served dalaty refreshments. The next' meeting will he at Mrs. A. W. Fiiller's home on Uracks St., on Thursday at- fernoon, Sept. 9thj The man who stole tho auto. from Tabar eiug'nt at Burdett and brought here on Monday by Mr. Brad- ner, A. P. P. The committee in charge of arrange- ments relative to the Institute Constit- uency convention, being held here to- day, have been ciulte.biny. The con- vention wlil be held in 4he 1. O. 0. F. hall. Weather conditions are hot very HALIFAX, Sept. Nova icotlahs were paying 25 cents a pound or sugar most of the summer, one f (he reasons given for the high prld jeing an alleged scarcity, millions o lounda owned by New York specu atots yore stored right in Hslifn the Dominion government ware- louse at the ocean terminals. ng been ptored there for nearly fou months in the hottest season of th part of the six and a halt mi Ion pounds which still remain is now Beginning to cake, and heuce is deter- iorating in value. Early in 'May, bass of sugar were sold by a refinery to some New York brokers and the whole was stor- ed in government warehouse No. --I lere. Since then nearly halt has been shipped to New York and elsewhere, but b.-.gs remain. ,Thn sugar tias changed ownership several times, it Is said, without being moved from the warehouse, each time at an ad- vance-In price, but now-that sugar is on the decline here and everywhere else the portion still remaining here would cause the owners a -loss any- way, even if tbe quality remained high. During the shipyard strike here recently about two million dollars in riot" insurance w'as placed on it. The United Slates steamer Wars- :uwa, has loft Antwerp with muni- ions for Poland. Lougfleld liros.. nt Mount Brydges, lave been given tho contract to build ;he new High schso! at Delaware. A hundred and fifty Christians liave been killed by a Beuuuiu baud JO miles from Jerusalem. Jas. lloss, a C.I'.lt. braVeman from Guelph, fell between two freight caro at Woodstock and broke his leg. Princes Mario Joso. daughter ol King Albert, will accompany him and tltc Queen on his trip to Brazil. London police raided a Grand Trunk diniug car and Seized 100 bot-i ties of liquor and arrested four cbl-j oretl employees.' j 1 According to'the police, John }Iar- ris, of Detroit, arrested iti Windsor for picking pockets, uses'fro in. 30 to 40 gralti-s of morphine a day. I Henry Elmira, met with painful accident 'when the horsu which he was driving took fright ut :i steam roller nnd threw him against a barbed wire fence, dragging him some distance before II stopped. Mayor Adam Carl; of Waynestoro. Penn., announces his marriage to Miss A. M. Shearer, of Chambers- burg, twelve years ago, and stated whereas they had lived-at their re- spective homes they will now live to-' gelher. W. J. of Guetph, ivas ap-j lioiititu luanunl training teacher at Chatham Collegiate Institute at u salary of ALL GENUp MASON RISC H PIANOS Sold nt "Factory to Home" Victor Bluks, a Belgian, was flncd 50 and costs in tho Sarnia police. court lo kill a fellow-j counlryman. T.-ing lo Ihe conlinucd rise in the >ricc of foodstuffs tne King is put-; :ing the Royal establishment at Ilal- moral on rations. police are searching for Florence Dudley, 12 years old, who bas been missing from her home-since Thursday. Joseph, the 1-5-inoiitbs-old baby ot Mike Crlcuro, who lives on a farm iiear Preston, was drowned .when: he fell head; first'into a pail of water. 1 tev. C. H: -who resigned as You save money because we oave twenty factory stores in. Canada. -Ask for. style The. Home of the Victola" favorable for large attendance. Mr. J. W. Hurd spent the early part of the past week In Lethbrldge, re Figures For Last Year Show Over Went Through States OTTAWA, Sept. Canadian a report just Issued by the Dominion bureau of statistics on the movement of last season's grain crop, it is shown that only bushels came straight-thro ugh the east by rail, either destined for points in Eastern Canada or. to the'eastern part of the United Stales. 'As is al- ways the case, the largest shipment out of the west went by way of Fort William and Port Arthur. During tho crop year bnihels passed into the public and private elevators ARE YOUR FEET SORE, TIRED AND Two main streams ot wheat aro and expand than to diminish their plants or to leave." This is the old, old fttory urged as argument in favor of the National Policy. The National Policy has been in a century. In spite ot tilt Canada has not Uereloped'Into in IDdustrlal .country capable flf pro- ducing gpoda' .vrhkh can hold .their 0wn In markets'of the cotihlry In regard to quality as compared 'ported'goods.'''Let us lake an ei- amplo, for. Instance, from the hat In- dustry. Why jo !t that (he Stetson or the Borsalino hat holds HE own In the Canadian market as regards qual- ity when compared with tho home manufacturer! felt? Or again, when the best shoe Is wanted to be pur cha'sed It Is not the Canadian article 'American thai holds pride of and Is now going after being Idle all summer. tt was not !cl before Ihe Softools re-opened.- the Importance of the grain wile and'a large family of children, I" y nnshworth wl'h 'Jlmmle and at thesc two Ol shipment, an aged mother andlather and ous brothers and sisters and a largelant holiday spent circle ot Interment will takeianll place In Magralh. The Women's Tnslllule wll) hold SWOLLEM, PAINS IN KNEE ORflIP? If so it is not necessary. Have your feet-fitted with proper appliances for relief and then treat them properly with Dr. Seholl's "Three Necessities1' and you will have comfortable easy feet and your rheu- matic pains will leave you. Appliances for AH Ask To Be Fitted Slices For All Ages W. J. Nelson Co. Sherlock Building their regular annual Children's Flower and Vegetable Fair on Sept. fv In the Heathershaw building. U Is expected that this year, will b? -one largest ever held. The prize M ft" HP hon-eof If a'United Staler i, S "wtn frPrt Of