Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOL'R THK LETMBBTOGB HEHALB WEDNESHAY, SKITKMHKH .1, Ibevafo i, OAILY ANO WEEKLY Frtprfalflri and THB LETHBplDQE HERALD PRINTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED 623 Strict South, W. A. Mr. 'fomr.ce Business M: TBLBPHONE3 BMlnlti orflce most of ilie times ihil ihfrrv are emiiloj'fis li.u e conic 10 regard those who ire titnployod us foHKhlUR beyond lilies lo be daali with acconllKslj, the itrtct ssu-e of busiiitis oa com- i When tmyloreM ougtaat its length xcJ freailiU oJ tbe elvilueJ world to unani- mously accept His aiilcls ot faith, ibe better It will be (or Capital in in lo Labor, Th.e prlaclples laid down by ot Xaitoaa Trhea tulooud by noi only for o( Humanity bat for itit iHume-uUy. la bsltg its flnl 10 aJop; principles, tlie Ottawa convention tie of having led the way. u of Cireul.llcM deBrarod, per daltreiaa. yew DaJly. by atil. Weairiw, bj 6.0Q 1.53 07 aaU. jur yesr to U.S. 100 T-EQNE STEAKS AT 1-H', OENTB A POUND. Thfl caption ot this article is not a ripe dream but a solid fuel. U an outcome of tha meat war ovar Uis aEfl serves to -what public has lo gain competition At Luncheon Held it Raymond It Li DeclJed Irrigation Must lie Secured RAT Stpt. a eaierdsr held la the Ray mond opera over fitly farmers and buei ness men of HavmoniJ, Majratb. Stir ling end Welllnf, It was enthusiast! Toted lo "go ihrolgh w-tli irri gatiou at The eouth couu try stands pal oa th'.s question con sclous ttial the iraola agrlccJturftl prosperity ol the country hinges on George Green, of Lelnbrtdge. luan- RSer ol the "Milling Company. r.Uo pointej out that the continued rJbtcrlpUona IbliS of dilly on aidrtce libaL ot eipUatloa dale Is our amthocflj lo continuo sub- to extent n does at the present time in Spokane. The follow- ng report of whit Is taking place In Ihe meal martlet Ihero is enough lo mile THE RESULT OF THE METER VOTE. The ol the cltj hare de- cided against uv a Etralgat of tracer ajority' rote 13 the figures shov. Tbs result Is not sur- prising antMs oaa Tflrtcb we had every reason 10 eipsrt. This in f as vo had occasion lo remark, i the proposal for Instilling meters, with its eipandimre of 535.000, was not placed in that bualnni-inca fashion before Ibe electors "which such a business proposition demanded. .As in all oLher uiailersr liere were Po'.vfhoD, vlce-presldrut o( the South- tru AlbaiU W. be -was pitsldent ct tbe tirtt nnymoud Board vf Tradi IYBJ- bart In 190J- BlLhop J. V.'. Eittsl. ubo (ousted tadlM; et-iliror Tboi. 1. Obrltn, nod C. T. Kteelis. vrno baS word lo aay for the press. C J. RIlKr coaltlbtugj i cotnlo ons. ID his Mr. Green, ipofcg a a ind cltken bctb, it- clued thai bisneli o! untst delivered Saturday lej: at one ct elnalors in an Irrlulei olitrlcl. TbU Iho-wed could be done tflttl dlTtrtlu ot iialer mlo (be '.ic4. Hi sail thai there vtn nlllloni ol dollin iBiMtod -n th> milling Indm- In SMtUm Aibarti. and It Uon ni not thit Itidmtn stood to face with a prob- lem. Mr. Orsta also cautioned the i fanngra not lo neglect studying It? iery belt dry farming methods, for that system ot production would al- wara be an Important one with the more BnlTenal application of irrl- gallon uielhods. "The business man of Southern Alberta, fentlemen. aldnd behind Ihe farmers In ihelr Jutt de- mands for concluded Mr- Green. After Iho speech list concluded ilayor Pack forced the business lo an PA AICKED UP IN SSLNG FOR THE BUSY 14AN tax rale l be 35 mills. loflueou IB again rag in K In Bombay nd othtr cities ot laJla. Frank l.eeson, a well knawii Aylmer fanner, died a tha aje of 76. Fire destroyed the barn and con UoU cJ A. J. HobUii. Mooro Township. Ar. Ice famine Is threatening were, seriouslj attetlinE by moving (hat a committee ba Industry, and thai vert.il m-t to follow up tba tcbeme with for the watered U'.eir doors. ot pri'a Irom the ihelr mil It IDOU Ibe mouths of in the city and district, -who flre (asling meat at pra- vailing rrlcaj, wsier. Read It. Il will bring the bliss of building castles in the anticipation thai such prices will be common in Alberta, n does us onca In a walla even ihough, it ba In fancy. moat cutlers sfld slashed The dinner advertised as a "get- together aivil It waa a. iniwt lileasant .iffair. A spirit prevailed, every business, iraje and professtou hemp represent- ed, Even the church had a worthy ir) of towns anil Leihbridsc. aou.nern Meelcs and Evaus and .tha to be rmppy Hev. Hugh A- strong dele- headed by C. Jensen and Fred lira clsh air, IT as in attendance From MapraLb. The other neighboring to was the It was decided that each lowu wojld.-eppolol a man. acJ T- J. O'Brien was Immediately and unanimously selected to represent Raymond. The Magrtili atid Silrllnff representatives will be selected taier. In the evening a grand iloard ol Trade ball was hold in the opera Jjc visiiors were; rrtaenl Irom the TobireA crop near Xorthhamptou, vras iujured haSl. Motor vehicle' in New VorV atata 1 waa 504.771, com- plied TTltb B. -year ago. InaiifrfiuMe comlilions aro amfd for a acrlous ahoriAge of girl lerlcil vrorfeers In, Detroit. U.S. Senate jyftBEei a bill proh.bil K the Eale anil1 use of Intoxicating in (he Fanam'a stdts ot beef In Spotane's msat war yesterday llll were ready to drop from ejaanatlon when [ha all had a voice. The spread was a sumptuous ons, nod high praise Incleed is due (he ladies -who [irvpiiruu ii. 1- D. Ring, those vbo had talten a dfecided stand llockel lo the for or Ega'.ast meterB. They were the dlo-berds on either side. BQI licre wera those ivlio, we beliers, 'were nsutral In the mailer who had to be convinced that the pallet ot meUr- water was the only advisable one lor remedying Ihe present gtate ol things ID respect Lo the water e.nppJy. For tbij purjHwie there was need EomethlQE mora mero assumpllou on LhB part ol .the Commissioaers. In .plain -worrls. the CommtE3toners bad to-bring It hone to -'ihe electors that -their "Judgment and Incontrovertible.1 Vhis, as life they (ailed lo do. In dealing with a-proposition eucti is liistalllre it required some- thing more lhan saj-so on the part or 'tboss who adfocaied IL The ceptancB" of this iroald afk for a ridence-ln the Judgment, of tbe Com- niis5ioDera -without any reflec- tion on', theni, wouhl .deinani loo much. The.Inability of tbe Commissioners to fii a. minimum rats was Rslumbting block to the success of toe meter Doiicy at the polls. We admit, thai [he arrival at this was noi a very sasy mutter. But tbe Co-umtEaloaara ihould uot forget thai If they are lo he regarded as experts' something oioro 'is expected, from, them la the lolution of difficult problems than would! be eipoctcd from ths Dayman. TlTe reault of the vote on the meter >ylaw shows thaV the citizens of Leth- irtdge are nol In the bahit of taking ,00 much on trust. 4ar T.-BS over. retail- prudent of ihe board cT trade, pre- ing at ihrea ponnds for 25 cents iii 5ijeij anj eziendlnj; a hearty ruartot, round staak selling at welcome lo ihe members nnd the visit 1'2 1-2 cents In acothtr, T-bones sounding a ringing message sirloins at 1-1 csDts. boilins co-operation and united, effort, he from 5 ir> S cents, people faiiej Oll Park. district. end residents of In shopping .Mayor 1'ach, who is a great be- nc-a.rliy lowna also itocvd patiently lines sometimes tiireo derp, nwaiUng Ihelr turns tor somt ot the bargains. Almost every market in tho down- Iowa section, did a capiclty business. seemed no shortage of raeai at the ot the day. At lie. Fn.ton martet'it waa said IP iave beaa one of lha busiest da.ys since the meat irar'-.of five or sLi xeara -ffheu port stood tho brant of'tia attack. prices Trerc tbe center of attack yesterday, although occasional Inroads wore into the .prices ol'olier incai John Lewis, who has hEEn bearing Ihe.bruDl of. the meat- war at bts .street market.- yeslerday ahh'ted hU eftedtion to. Everybody's he Voffered :tbrea results, said he was u'Uh the altitude of plilicr (he Dominion or proTincinl gov- trnaients, advocaung the appoJntnisut of a cotiuiiiuee to folton- up the prc- po5ilion unUl definite realised. Ho was convinced that res> s o[ no avail. Personal work was the thing most needed. The mayor warmly -welcomed tbe EeDVlemen Irom Que. Sept. drecls of thousands of people acclaim ed the of Wales as be passei .hrough ihc streets ol Montreal toda; on a short tour ol the rily's slgblfi be tore be goes on his western Irlp. Tho prince arrived in tbe city Ollawa ill JO.30. He got bis firs1. Vaslo the we come prepared for him at the C. P. I station. A large force of poljcame were called upon to keep the people i line. As Qie train pulled in the bel the sister towns and said it was sign. C. speaking for-Magrath, con- Eralulatei liio Raymond Board oC Trade tlie courcb began to ring, whl' taclory sounded shrilly I Ihe distance in competition with th racous notes of tue airen of craft of the river The bells grath is with you, gentlemen, in Intel SI. George's church just opposite th pounds of cents. Teslerdar's business eqoalled ony.by-lhat'.or Ihe, firpt- SalurdEy of tfie meat of HalbaTray' brothers' "puVllc. niatlvei on ilaln'aTenue, reported. "n- The Sunrise raarkel did- a business .00 haipburger at three pounds for 25 cents. Th? Union mar- kel on Washington street offered-sir- loin. round and T-'bona slealis at cents; liver at-2-l-2-ccTJt3. and campaign for irater. We stand pal lo "See the Cojaqucrii a man. United efforts -will bring re- .5, hut we Diust not said .Mr., Jensen. Tim speaker told oi I about 400 hogs one year and of sor- ing a acreage of barley lo (ced tbem. But a drouth came on and wiea the tftne arrived to >niarliet them he had neilher hogs noV barley. Mr. Jen- sen majc a stirring speech and doubt- less spoke tlio mlnil when lie staled that they''stood ready lo co- lieraie in every possible way, Speerhe's also. .by John Twla brothers, discharged soldiers, bo were married the SB rue day, led for divorce iX St. Louie. Slrlka of school teachers ftt Spring- eld, O.. ended when Lhev given The United Farmers-Rt Urant heltl heir Btinual demoiislrallpn at Mo avk park. A civic recepUon will he tendered i Sir Arthur Currie when he reach j Winnipeg. x Armand Farmaworth, 5 years old. wns trampled to death by a teftrn 01 orsea at Granton. The price of flour" in Canada was fxed by Ihe Wheat Commission a 10.90 per barrel. Tho town of I-evis, across Lhe from Quebec repeal its local prohibition law. HnnilUon vajon drivers vo orgfttkltcd Mid ulc lor an eight- iour day an4 a weet. A totnl of 19.776.CH fret of lumber KtilpjK'fJ ou Ycszole from liritlsb Columbia porlfl In August. J. C. Brown, Porkhtll. baa been cboieu by tbt North United Farmers ai rrorlnclal [raw town, council docldeJ to buy properly in the builnesa DKllon a G. V. A. lor llmJ Mercler. who leH Tnna- for (he United Slates has'beim entrusted with a delkaLo in I SF Ion In thjit by tbe Holy See. Tha Cardinal will lay before PresMcnt IViliou hfi rleTTB concerning, the league of natlonj. The steamer D. X. plying on tie h'raier tliver for tho Colunibliv Express romp any, was (oat on Satur- tfternooLi nettr Woodpecker Island half way between Prince Gcorgo and QueEcel. No ciuualtlei occurred, but the vessel and a full nro probably a total loss. Milk la (o be sold hi Omnln. tho Midwest Milk Producers' as- ooJatlon. u-lth the co-operation of (he lelrouolltan water dlsl-kf and using he city fire BUllons distributing ?olnU. The price Is to lie either 10 or 1 cents a quart. MJlk now selli at 5 cents B quart. Every Family Needs a Victrola IT Till Inlpire i.ilhe children K lovo c[ good uiualc. li w'.ll Elve nareutfl a nnj Ireshrr view or lilo. Illf (tola gltca jou Iho Muflc 01 a nominal coil. S34 UPWARDS ON EASY TERMS Ills 012-page Record Caia- I loguo free lo cveryboily whether you own a VJctrola or TiOt. I Blcck "The Kome of the VidroU" Hit murder of ?uhn G. Larson, a iy retired [aroicr ot SUrlou. Minn.. July 2Sth. Ilofiors look tlio detectives to H rorn field near Slaytuci, y Larson's Lady wass found, ox- a nilalnhiE Uio farmer's mysterious dis- Thai Canada, with a public dqlit ot and a dally cspnndtturo u oicesa of has aoihfng tn fear, on one importaut condilion. that harmony prevailed In tho country and body worked, was one of terestLnp st.iLcmc-nts made by A, genpml inanaecr of Ihe Hank of Nova Scolla in, 'Winnipeg Dolecttves arrived in Minneapolis Tuesday froLa Glcndirc, Montnna, with for a month. Four iiersofls were inalrmtity killed vhllc two others were severely In- ured in an automobile accident which jccurred at SI. Bonaveniure, near Drummondville, Quo., late on Sunday night, when (lie machine missed anila bridge over tho Hiver Aux nnil .u in bled down Ihe embankment. Tho Allied and govern- mcnis reprcsciAed at Ihe peace t'Oii- fcreiice. were informed of the ar- raiigcnipntr- ot llio layiuR o[ the corn- er slono of the parliament OUawa, Messages have been received from the governniBiils of the following nations1: Tho United Sialeb of Amer- ica. the irnltea Klnsiloin, Australia. South Africa, New Zealand. France Italy. Japan, Helium, Brazil, China. lUytl. Lhe llciliai, Honduras, Uruguay and Smm, The rncasages have been J. Rogers, suspected of conipllcliy .in deposited In thi corner stone. delivering lo v Ihc necessity ot NTERNATIONAL 'ROFIT RESTSfCnNC. A Washlngloo dtepalcti that irofiteerlos sugar has virtually :ensed, according to Juflge Ames, lEfllslanl to ITia Attorney-Ceneral Jn :harge .ha food con- :rol Jaw. he eald, B accepted as Ihe Just price by deal- ira thrnugbout the country. What is posalbla Jn tha States ihonld be possible In Canada. Thla :an onlr be arrived at by aa ioler- latlonal policy which will affect )iicea In both countries almnllaneous- The newly created Board ot Com- cerce, it la aUtcd, Trill act conjointly vUh the administration In (be Stales 'or this purpoae. This should help o equalize prices In removing Irrcgn 'aritlcJ which now eilst, particularly n the "prices of bacon In n the United Slater to wblcb wa haro il.uded. soup meat3 al 4 ctnta a pound. ONE'REFLECTS Or; THE OTHER. "Afler all tno gloomy predlclioua earlier ID the season. Il now turns out that A Iberia will not need to send her catlle lo MaaUoba. tor observes an Ontario paper. This oh- Berratlon appears to havo Elruck the Edmonton Journal on Ihc raw, for referring to Iho same it makes the lolloTvlng .comment: 'The average easterner speaks oF Alberta as a whole. Something must be done to impress upon htm ?er forcibly (hat there are two Alberi.i which, when It comes to crop condi- tions, liave seldom much in common There never was a tlmo In tbla year or any other year anyoao thought of sending elsewhere tho cattle from tbe northern two-tbirdi of Ihe proTinca." repreaeoLattvs of the north part of the province, U is In a way gratifying to sea tbe Edmonton papei so mnch concerned the fact Uin present conditions In Southern Al herta fhould ba lakea to re-present Hero and then "God Dless the 1 Prlnco of Wales." Among Lliose cresentetl to him was eul. Patrick MaOieivs, of Dublin, Ireiand, 03 years of The old soldter presented a picture- figure in Ins navy blue uniform of the days of the Ciiraea. He woro on his tunic the Crimean Medal, the. In- dian Medal, (he Raid Medal and a Medal for Markraanship. The old veteran said to ihc Prince, Irl_am the only remaining member of bodyguard of your grandfather_vben he was here." The Prince look off his )mt to Ihe old soldier, and shook bis hand cordially, The line of roule followed through the city by the Prince and liU pany ook in fill Ihe nest feature oE Mon real's business, residential, and sight seeing eecions. For the Prnce'a vlsll rule which excludes automobiles from a very beautiful drive on Moun waa waived. was crowded with enthusiastic people alrnoat its thirty miles. At Ihi Earlier Monument on Flelchera Fleli Ihc Prince was. presented with thi special medal struck In comDiemora Iton of the centennial- of the Orea iHan Blalesman and the celebrn ions being held hero HI Royal Highness look a great Inlerea in tlie now statuo of Cartier to bo un veiled by cable by King George nci Saturday. The statue has had romantic r-aresr. It waa in Brusse] when the war broke out and TVS buried .so that H would not tall Inl the hands of Germans. The Trine was greallr charmed with the vie _, ohlampd Loolcout 0.1 Mour mcp.rit, are in the way' of cruel Mtnd-; 3i0yai. neascs. The same applies to'many j A luncheon tendered to His Hoy of those of note irho. In recognition i by the City was served In n awarded them In demonstrations the Irrigation rrojecls in tht 'south In the same as (ho. people ot the south. Thi3 realized, there would be no d ;ard Lo lla of (he prfn laid ny the corcnant of fte JJcagnc of Nations. The facl uands'more Ihan a pwaslng refer- mce in Ihc importance of (he prln i pies AS attached not only to n the Dominion tral In its Inlfcrnallon- 1 aspect. By (bla means promlficnce s Rlren Lo how eh o bid be un- versally regarded, and foremost a a bo man elernenf, and-not as R or article of commerce, 'The recurrence of JAbor'? annfrer- Any JTIE'L paaaed (fKes prominence to Labor problem, [I Is OQQ or (tie brings home tto (.rath that what Is wrong with one part aflecls Ibe tvholo. Tbla Is worth heeding. In that meas- ure (tie north of Albtrta should realize DOW Important It Is that there should be nothing conEciuencca of drouth In i life aoulb. As doing, lomcthlog to Impress on the easlernero that there are two A.hertas nlc., '.hia wauUl nyt ntccasary 4f Ihe southern pitt of toe proVfnco desired llon- lo preveo'i the rccarrencrs o( drouth condlllons. Il may also be j that this campaign of -tjoriattn? one portfon of tht province at ihe ft- i penEC ol Ihc other la nol lofty in Ideal H jire-cminenlly ecllbri In thai" Ihc program contemplaled (or ippreclaUriE tlie Tiorthcrn "jiorllon of Alberta mutt Icarl (o the o' the Tatter. U can hardly ho bollcvc'l that (he Edmonton Journal, would Its aid to auch paltry tP.ctlcs. There Is Ihe betttT way ID tvhlrh Iho Journal may apply (Isclf, and with much credit to Itself- Tola la ID con- vince the people of the north ihfit ft la onlj right and Jictghhorlr (fiat In the portion of whal It aesumcs the northern part of ihc- provlrno saes (he south sho'jM he allow- ed to share. This it tan (lo by en tendered, are often subject to trying ehta. This is something whlcli a generous people should sometimes Jucp in mind. Il Is not always a pleasure to, be feted! a ad nearby. The guesta al the main tahle, a large anchor decorated wilh flowers. Major Martin presiding ihe Prince on his Tight, "with Hon. C. J, 'Donerty. mlnlstnr ot justice, and His Oracc ArehMshop Ilruches. on Iho Mayor's left. There were about. 100 ,otncr gip.als. A hoy ot girl 49 ready for Bchool or any place else (n a pair ol our nhoca. They arc Jus I in and sre well made, strong, nr-al and values. STORE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY W. J. NELSON Co, 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING WRIGLEYS 5 5 5 c a package before the war a Package during tbe war and c a package NOW THE FLAVOUR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE!