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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTHBnroOZ OAILT HERALfl THURSDAY. SKPTKMIJKH 1. ttbe [the worJ has hid any vinue br nosr Jepurted from it. that Siberia Jr. DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Fubllihera THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 eth Street Sa-ith, Lethbrfrgti W. A. Buchanan Prasidenl and ilaaJSicg Director John Tor-ranee L'uiinesd Manager TELEPHONES Office KdlterUj Office To reluro to the picture sherlsm as piiuteJ by the H officer. He slates thai the blockade, in Ilussiu is Mketi ;idv; of for ihe purpose of Terrorism communisms, who ibo supv pj BalsiW-SJU. e.iirj rations and pay. They are allowed io tlo for ihe worst crimes com- roifleJ by them, robberies, bribtrr, i embozzlttueni, they escape, at ihe anJ transferred to other posi. People i are shol for crimes which are in a do bj the Workmen op- posed lo pedants refus- School Picnic is Great Shipments (Froni Own KORKMOST. Sept. i splendidly successful Sunday schuol pu-nic was ai iho fair grounds on Thursday. of iho kind in the bisiory of rore- An auenJ.iiu'fl of over one turn- ins to up their wheat io ihe llwl pujoyed aueruoon's program Arrur, engineers suspected of sa age. or :t sailor whu dares to pDns. coniests. j Many prizes were provided by i generosity ot liivnus Mimbtr Audit Bureau of Circulation Subscription Daily, delivered, per week -la Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 Daily, bf mail, per year 5.00 Weelly, by mail, par year l.oO Weekly, oy mail, per year ia U.S. pres? his views on coria'ra eiied in ihe we Kara of the children. Crops Run From Three lo Five Bushels With Occasional Fields Higher Oui Own Cott OH1ON', Sept. be- ing dona In ilifs pan, anJ three fti Cva bushels per acre yK-Ms run, wiib a few leilr.i Ihe good for lhe year) of 15 to 20 bushels per ficrp. L Me, princlpAl of th_e Consolidated school, bid io hU pupils here, having se- cured lhe position of principal of 1IERIONUKES On Labor People Went Afler Fesllve Duck' v (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD. Sept. Day passed oft (lui'oMjr, la Jlsclead Mmir were duck hunlers that Jay and liie ducks suffered In consequence. A number ol good bags were brought all speak or the distance Uity Christians is ihese classes and viiuug, ivere after exiting roniests. The bund was In attendance and helps! to lend lii- lieresT TO tk? yroeecdlngs. The thoughts many migln b? represented In the all are shot lTfhe daily o( execution? is from C3 io SO men Emigration for uon-coruciunists ai Hanna> Alta and family have removed Dates of eiplry of subscriptions pear daily on address labeL Aecept- anra ot pipers after dite our authority to continue iha sub- CANADA'S OPPORTUNITY. The eilsiine rate of exchange jp'o arc rofasci rsai a permit (or leaving the coiiniT.r. .rk oi a snsa.ll boy.Tvho said: dandy but you shouldn't jive us ?u much tu 1C tnakos us To gc itto deialld of the whole sick nen Jay." iiory D( the UujFian officer ivill i cover 100 much space, but iu j alliance with Bolshevism which ?onit-! ifo'jlj f'jree on [he follow Under ihe Soviet regime there DO ID and who it men cease work in order ID mil Shipping Cattle _. from Orluu. Mr, Hardy" ass been lu cliarge of the Citizens" Lumber Co. yunJ here for the past yoar, and lhe inuny friends ivbich he and his family have made here were io of his removal. Mr. SfnkUer [jas Tuored liii house so RS io be near his well. The Oriou Consolidates! school board travelled In order to find to shoot, on. but the birds wq well grown, oil took their families to Water- ton Lakes on Sunday, aQd from tlwra drove to Die latcj soullt for (heir shootLnc. Sunday eTenlag the rrdics- tra provided lumtc for who were Ktiesls at this great summel- resort. Monday the hotel was crowded with visitors from all Southern Alberta, and Proprietor Hatzard wna liappler (ha.ii usual, lie eurprJaect aud Walker are on have askeJ Mr. Wilfrid Kgglcsion In-ir way to Calvary rhis ujornlns uke charge of the schoo; ivitti savt'u c.irlosda of caulp, bought j time. A few days ago for a received cusi o; here. j ihe news that, he had passed hla esam- .Miss SL-OII. of after visii inauon at Reglna for Grade XI. wiiS ing a: the home of Art Taylor, leit nontirs- for Montana last wteh. J Dr. Itendf-rs returned SuutTay L froni Calgary, where speul there were eo.mauy laboring peopla In Southern Alberta, ai the crowd on Labor Day was so large, and Cfl-no out to (he lakes for a day ot real. Mr. Hanson of ferry boat fame iraa a busy mas day. HIa boats were In con- stant use, -while his ferries were toau> cd from morning till night, it was the ot the year 1919. ranadlan iriide. ii i.-i somethmsj siriTiers and to -'quiet which be made thii of Ulfccted districls. The workmen in 'and C. Uoldrirk, of Burliug'too. auil f ciiiioTXof J. D. Taylor atiendcit tin Leth- The American dollar has noiv an ir.- llatod raJuc as compared io adian broiber and in us equiraknt lo (he British poan-J A3 T n i k vorkman under ;s ibua :tridso disircl meeliug.of ihe M Hfe nmsi work io or nor. fast JThpy report .1 meciLcg of more thai he i usual Inieresi and importance. Carriers, Lhe -iw pHuCipai (Special to litrald) MAGRATH, Sept. Seventh i CiiiiJreu-J Flower snd Vcget- affecliDg eiports from Uie SiatesS I what anjounis to an in on eipoiis from the Slates.' a Helillpc iwn ;morp owing to lire schcJl not be- ,hand lone bpfOTe thc time a he id living without etlerins Lhair He may not leE.Te Ibe is UITOTTH open to Dominion. holiday or day of? may Mr. Clilford Hunt has returned from thc oast where he has been attending Entries the eidjangc means' to bt uiktn without special leave. the States In effect on export? cannot be better gauged than from ihe folloF-Ing related in 3. H'innipeg ei- change: At one hotel there are sercn knighis o[ the grip. The majority of these lave Tisited Winnipeg spring nmi fall. forra. number ol. years, generally sending back four, fire or six orders day each in the fall and many more the spring ilnring the Tour .to six days they are here. The aver- ege'stay-of-these seven men up lo Thursday- ,was four and only one.bad booked an onier. seven men this works out, at order ID 28 daya. Serena I returned south bn.Tburtday inaleod of rootin- uisg east and weal.-vrltile olbcrs -wegt-. put-.Friday.- Orders Tor-goods frotr. -Ui.e-.Uailed States are Impossible 'to bbt'aih at preECDl, .they said.'owing io thG Wigb adds -i cent, to .their whereas the from Britain, are in be had than erer..before. 1n_it'a .present ol re are always supervision. i To complete the sordid laic u[ Bol- tyranny, we append the tolj lowing aud leaTe It lo our readers to digest vrhal is a true and unvarnisa- ed 'accoani of Bolshevism in "the Simon Pure. ot meetings, ol (reu speech, fy'equeni cpnscription, and the were made in erery class save one' or two and in many cisoa'a great num- of entries In one' clasa, auch aa I DEC ot eni ilhexlass f H entries for fie Ffie vast mnlrast .b ePn promises of bea beans; 3 -were male tu that class shelved a -variety of eight kinds ECKED UP IN 3SING KOR TUK BUSY MAN >luojclpal workers in St. Thomas haro formed a union. Stratfonl had a light snowfall last tVedaesday. One thousand uevr uuuUs sought admliisloa to Calgiry Schools ou the Oi-'eniDg of the mnv term. Harold McDoneld, who deserted from the 93rd Halt., was tried at Peterboro and dismissed. Ernest a Yarmouth. OnL, lad, was arresleit for ateaUne from Chas. ProttEP, a blacksmilh. Catiolic Bone: chunged Its aeadr The soclatloi ______ _._ ___ frooi Klngatou to Montreal. As- "luartcra A campaign to continue daylight saving by local legislative action in elites aud towns. ihai vvani JL war Two a vj a tors Yarfc the sanle. Some ears irere shoirioj meas- uring aLoul" IS laches. TTVO entries in ripe toinaloes, these were nice, large and perfKllr rlpen- cucumbers were also the finest, largest one could v I Eoma iraLermcloiia find anywhere, and' cantaloupe [From Our Own I wfere ou exhibition in Ihc collecttons SKIFF. Sept. is -in of TegetRblcs. The collections, z- lull swing in The is of a fine grade, nearly all going ifo. 1. and ateraging all liie' way iron-. l of_tbe Bolshevists-and Ihelr perform-1 three id nine-iidahaliE. per anc'es, the ot_ thousands' off. C. Green, of Kllison chiltJreti of the workins classes in thc create zrouad for which is by These are. suppressed bv arms, iwjth, the' -result." that a great number jire hilled'and "Almost all jhcT intellectnaU' aVe to. serve in lhe .In.- this 'is 'the o.ily way to get.' piece" of tread. -They" arc with Mr.. io [bajidlc '.-wheat ;al this poinl. Mr. and- F. David nod family came Irom Ilaymond Sunday on thcTr apBCtler to visit friends, Mr. aud 31 re. Cousins and, iMrs. Alatavish. Mr. Baker and Mrs. Alakavish an? visitors lo loday. Mr. Couisns ,nnd Mr. Ed Harvey motored north to -country by children were eiceptionHlly arlls- iic in arraagemtnt and" floe" variety and finality. Many mdnalfous Sun- iowcra were showo and it was; a dif- ficult' Usk in awarding ittie. prize In a number'of cases-'TTie llowers were.! beantiful. Enougb'noTers were on ei-1 bibition 10 fill three tables the size of the ono they on to. A peraoa should an hour or so to thomaghlj beauty of tie separatee-Kinds; As a Svhole the large table looked like a solid banfe of beautiful, colors. En- tries were made iu.evtfry class and_ Itowera shown that' .a covery I helped to, this. by. the; of the Elructlon-in-.a. literal.sense, embrac-. Bolshevists to increase the number ol Skiff 13 holding a big (fence In the new schoolhoQEC on Friday, SepL energy, presents a niarfcct for Marketing oppor- tunities-In Enropean countries, in the present' rale ,of exchange, arts made difficult for thc "Stales as compare'd with H. is .a. th'c countries Uie ton, surrounded by ore thai will ffilU wore than1 to the ton.. r people im agined'" number of-. could gr Who would live under Bolshevis i Iiusaia, or elaewhere! Coatflale has now fair claim to! for.fiJtlftr Ji.seJf )hD nifcca uf all Imuch I am looting forward to relnrn-' I knoiv.I shall enjoy enormous- I Ttie municipal franchfse Js eyidenl- ly not .regarded ai a valuable awct j uy lhe burgcssca ol !lic rliy: ae tho voting on lhe meter by-law 5hnnrs, itself o( that tyranny which (no world Jn now beaTen and cooiucr J Tlie In wnlth Irrigation ej Germany, regarded Is not entirely It 13 veil Uiat the trae meaning and Alberta. The waters ot Elgalficance of Doltheviam be realized lilac we stand lo ,bc led away by a false Idealism and Lo make a god an Jdol wllh lhe feel of clay. To construe Bulshcrlara as the rule of (he majority Is a mistake. Neflher In Ka experience In Russia cor ID I'.a original algnffkallon Joed It bear that construction. It >ts (fne Jn a aonst IJiat nolsnevlsni me ana the majority, but this Is only In a specific ac fia' applied to ft particular me el vhcn Iho majority on a certain vrere Iba BolsherJkl a.i trtfm Ihc minority on that pardcolar occasion who were (ermcd flut (lie signification of tnc term and Iiow- ercr aome may stretch. Its meanfng, Jiolshevlam to-rlaj hal lost Avcry- thing of Its literal meaning aLftnd? condemned In the light of (ho exper- 1-i'nco of Us regime as Ihc moat Inlqnll- lorm of mln6rll7 tyrnnny. jf lhe nijoce are lo be Imtrorfst-d for irrigation purposes. his raflny accompiishmonts Comiaaioner urefeTnan la a naval architect. Tne new weed dredger Henderson Like will be watched for with tnlercil, (Signed) Edward P. OUawa.-SnpL 2. His Royal Prince ol My colleagues and f send "our eit thanks for your very tele- gram whirh I have received. Thc rcmartabJu demons (ration of laam awtl affection whfctf' CToked hy Ihe visit of Vour Royal Highness is a sincere 'ejtprDssfon' o( thc feellns o( the Canatlian'-peotrle: trust that your vlalL to the great provinces may prove deeply Interesting and thoroughly A Trhole-hcarlrd nnri eager 'Welcome awaits you on your return, (Slgacdt n, here. Altogether the fair was ono of the best erer beld and speaks well the Women's Inalilule. Jlore people should take Interest ceive the benefits received. Lunch was served during the day 'anjl lhe vegetables and flovrera were sold at i close of thc day and a small sum realized to defray'the expenses of the day. Mrs. David Prydc entertained the aJIes Aid one day lait week at hich a happy time waj spent. Those present were: MeEdames Hood, Gau Tilley, .Christensen, WillgraSn, Lloyd, SUffen, Phillips, Dummoy, and Miss A delight- ful lunch was serred by lhe hostess, assisted and J' Hood. Rev. A. G. Samson will lake charge of ChurcVs of England service hpreaf'er. Scrvlre was' held on -3un- r.50. :r. 'he wna the of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd. At: the eTening service in the b. was tfie principal speaker. Ills sub- Jecl, "Getting Tugelher, Great Brit- ain and (.hf United was mucJi on Joyed Ly the large present Mr. Lyn Glhb gang a solo, Mrs. A. J. 5'ercer entcrlaineO- a number of lady friends on Saturday afternoon. All present report a picas- am time. Tho Mfiau IfafT and P. ffenlnger returned from they holl- dr.yerl last weeit. Mrs. is enjoying a vis- it from her mother, Mr.l. Spcllman, of Seattle, She will remain here for some lime. A number nf people motored fo m Monday lend dancs giv6n of TradO. ;n by lhe Board September 3CLh will, It appt'ara, a psychological day In rngard car farea. pru down so as to he made afailaule (he majority? France Intends lo spend 000 to deVelop rower, transportation end Irrliallon from (he w.Ten or the Rhone IVfth this rnloj'al sum tbfi sum needed tor IrJgatlwi la Southern Alberta la a jnere bagatelle. dmonil f-eonard, Winnipeg, lontenccd lo' IS monlho In ]ni being a deserter under Iho M. 3. A. was for Shoe and Foot Talk ll ever occur to you thai your growing child's round or sloop HhuuMera canaftd ytry oTlcn by the condition of Uie. (pel? Poorly tilted and cause trouble In (he arches of Iho Tool us woll as corns. Thin fffecu the ncrven and hlooil ilrrulallon. caitslne a llrccj, hezrj- reeling n-ftlcb Is Inclined to make drooped ahouldcrr. This tvll can oo relieved hy hevlne Ihe rooc [properlyliddl wllh shoes and fool IrouMea mechanically rplteverl. WE KNOW HOW A3K TO BE FITTED 3KOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON Co., "The GRANARY and FEEDING Grounds of SOUTHERN ALBERTA Because the COALDALE DISTRICT has been heralded far and wide as the only place in the North West worth looking at this year, the impression seems to have gotten around lhat land has advanced very rapidly and that it is too high for the ordinary farmer to is a mislake, land may still be bought in this district for very reasonable prices and on Very good lerms. We 'have quite a number of very good deals and we invite your inspection, but cio not wait too long. Buy an IRRIGATED FARM now in an established district, with water actually on it, you can pay for it before the proposed projects are even started. i "Remember this Coaldale is producing no more this year than it cloes in ANY year, it is this regularity oi production, regardless of the weather condi- tions lhat puts the COALDALE DISTRICT in front of any other district in the North West. The Male Fair See for yourseirihe hundreds and.hundreds of, stacks of alfalfa, and-you will nol wonder why all of lhe delegations that come to Southern Alberta this year are taken through this is a sight for sore eyes, 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING If you wanl irrigated lands see us, we have been in (his district for FIFTEEN YEARS and expect to slay here, this experience should be worlh something, any land in: this district that we do riot know is not worth knowing. DQ1 NOT BUY ANY LAND IN THIS DISTRIST without knowing all about.-ihe'water 'information 'we dan give you. have irrigated land lo exchange for five sheep or caltle, we have pastures kq rent for grazing, we have buyers for, sheep and caltle and'hogs for- feeding purposes, have a buyer (or two hundred head of calves and yearlings. In fact we arc the HEADQUARTERS for anything pertaining lo IRRI- GATED LAND, THE SUGGITT AGENCY COALDALE Coaldile, Alberta IRRIGATED TOtyNSlTE Office Phone R 207 Residence R 810 LANDS Exchange ;