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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE urrHBiunce DAM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. weighs these arguments In Ihe bal- DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALC PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 6th Street South, LslMjridj! W. A. Buchanan President ml ilanJSlcg Director Win. Torrance I'usiuess Millie TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office........... TSUS tKScnCrs. Ihe eovern- nnfius should unitiKily ecaoavor in oYcrvoiro eiigencies un of anil tbe relief of buoAnity. r The yicture or tho homesteads it) bridge Lady Member Tenchine SialT the Our Bnw isus Own The bolidari 1224. "-11. !s not Free TrcSJ. Arid when districts with tHoir P-ro over .ind HOT; 13'and public irA'V frnlls. aci on Sept. 2nd. b 1 wuh a full 5tnf[ of leathers, and none oy Of [ftp (orcier teachers among them, uitb ilieselNow- is a time for each and all t allurements h concludps "Ihe settlor jo' itie parents HI tbis (he opening of Audit Bureau ol Lxooomes anachei to Ids and 1 bis children grow up in an environ- ment in which pconomlc condi- uffcc only will yc-ar to decide to co- i loadier? and lo ca: cmo-i. (or In Hits way he accomplished. mot them In the Hal on Tfr turn. Mr. and Mis. T. lugoldshy and Mrs. IkmnlDC motored to MeJirlne Hal last Friday. HUi Delia Stark, who has been the guest of Mrs. C. Itoleyn, Sunny- nteAde. left on SaLardey 10 tali? a sltloa HE milliner in Calgary. 'II'.M Pleasant Ylow, returned on Monday from Calgary ivliere 6bo spent her vacation, and resuuieii duties AS tcni'hcr on Tuesday riena- ani Mr. and Mrs. Vandervoort. who liave been guests at the home ol Mr. aul .Mra. T. Ingoldsliy, rclurneJ home in toJay. Mr. aod Mrs. Vith a toial di.s- rt-gard [or others, ibey liave Lieez; stampeded imo unwortliy action and by such Bcilon have too in- o' making confusion cuors confounded. Tlie sugar situation aa it sLands aL present docs not call for that appre- hension wblch warrants anyttiias rf a timorous outlook on Ihe future sup- ply of the apprehension Works, incalculable barm in easing Mr. V.'ra. f. Tho British were tureful to marriage o.r Miss Susie Still exception to the 'point' dealing took place ut Spo-; lhe frecclom of tlie seis. and New York, wiib the prices in.mpat and groceries down, is assum- on August Mr. and Ureal Kritain. American and Japan liowe" lo their irlcads entire satisfaction of all their aims. Non-3 of the entenle- ultimatum lo i and Rumania rcnchcil ihe chamber while many friends citcnd their besl Bouillon was IL caused tjuitc :i stir in the lobbies, the Soclal- 1 with our Prince. U.S.A. -Miss Still ivell-kno r While economizInK on sugar Is there is no necepplty (or tat- j alarm over the sugar situation. A parry was given in the l.O.O.F. I j-t5 appearing pleased by the de- ball lust evening, the guest of honor I yelopmeut. being .Mr. M. J. Hartford, who leaves 1 Mention of Lhe name of Clmrloa lonisiK for Spokane. During the ere-[ formcrly governor-general ling Miss Shaw acd Mr. Henderson tot as the entenle envoy to some vocal seleclions. Cards !carrj- the ultimatum to Bucharest met ttre iu play part of Lhe llfner nnil j wnh favoratlc comment In view ot his Messrs. Blix and Batemaa furnished j work ln Greece In 1517, when King OTTAWA. Sept. Judge Robson. chairman of the board of commerce. baa wired all of Iho provincial attor- ney-generals asking: (t) ThaL 'provincial police be de- laited immediately, for an examination ot conditions In each locality respect- ing Toed conditions, ihe quantities on band, and lhe prevailing prices, and to report ID the hoird. (2) ThuL tbe provinces engage counsel lo prepare cases lo be suli- ed to the board in any situation "where there is a suspicion of unwar- invilM to opeu the WPS tern London, on September S. 11 en rr Rus soil, Aylmc r. h na be on arrested in connection with !ho theft of shoes from tho G. T. R. Asphalt which had become over heated caused a (iro in Ihe llranlfonl Hoofing Co. plant It Is rumored IhaL Hon. A. K. Mac- Lean will shortly become Minister of SUNDAY MUSIC SWEBT llyoin tunes sound sweeter when playej OQ nu'llms" tonej Mason Risch If you ran not n I'Layer-l'iano, It luakos tans ot us nil. Easy Itrnii; nn any or stylo Instrument, you clioosp. Catalogue free. Marino and Fisheries. Thtcres brcVc Into the "The Kema o( VjctroU" from ivhii'h she had LCDII unnlilc Lo sue-ak. Murdock t Canieron. ;it Lucknow, hut got lltllc for Ihcir trouble. JaLel Krflioer, .MonLroil, was The Allen ihcalrc in Cnlgary, stiuK will commence con- store of j strucLion ahout AUK. 1- bj a street ancl dicil in Iho hos- rantably inordinate prices. lhe way of the profiteer Trbo ii arer ready to trade on Lhe necessities of the occasion. II would be intolerable in authority would stand-by. mndView Thai would he a-hopelcsa sHuaUon, in Ihe'lmporl- 'a'ncet sugaV natlbnal heiltli and Deeds, irlLhobt moyJng z finger lo prevent an Impossible sit In the sugar market, Lhe United States hare been for some lime busy. with the administrative board for the! particular purpose, securiog all tie Eurplus supply of sugar in Cuba, thus Making It BO LbaL sugar there wlJl reach the consumer at eleren cents a pound. In Canada the newly crcatea 'Board of Commerce has been, like: wise, busy. It has fixed the profit from sugar of the refiners, (be whole- and the retailers, FO thiil sugar TV ill 'not be allowed Lo exceed the price of 13 cents a pound. The public Bhould bavc'tbe assur- ance tbal a'l Ihe lagilimale quanULy of sngar required will he available and While President Wilson Is eneased on a tour tutplcimilg the Peace Treaty, It canuoL be eiacUy said lhat H is a peace lour. music for those wishing to dance. A dalmv lunch sen-oil aho'nt mid- night, alter iv It Lethbrldge is in search of an industryT Lhe tourist induEtry might well engage 1U alteniion. As a slop- over for tourist's to Banff this city has rnacb to gaia. With land in Nebraska and Kansas .idling at J300 an acre as related, Lhere Is a pleasant prospect ahead in Alberta when the province as a whole has been fully developed. It Is B'lL Prince of h personages sach> as Lhe Wales tb.aL Royally pre- serves iLa popularity wiLh Lhe people It is a tradiiion of the Royal Family which the eldest son of the King has fully inherited. Mr. Dunham has sized the sihlliiy of the Federal and ProTlncIa governmcnU towards Irrigation when be saja It should he oiie cf scrrice, with one more aniioua than ihe oUier dancing was re- ;umed.for a while. All-present report mlsstoa. Constantino was forced to abdicate. M. Jonnaurlf howertr, Is a candidate for Lhe senalc and may be unable to ac- The board will appoint competent sub-commissioners to Investigate spe- cific complaints and wiil udsu JU order upon their reports. Instructions have been given that all there sittings lie public nnd open lo the press, as be lhe procedures with Lhe beard 1Uelf. The first sitting or the board be hold in Montreal. will an enjoyable time, and aU wish Mr. Hartford success in his rievr business' trherever ii may be. Tlie Red Cross Society held its lar monthly mecliag In the rest room, and the usual lack of interest was shown, as there were just (ire mem- bers present. Those in attendance were Mesdzniea Moerkc, RobcrLson, Pollit, Oliver and M'erts. This is lhe last meeting nntll October, when it has been decided that (he society will disorganize. Miss M. Caldcr ha.vreturlned from her two-weeks' vacation- arid, has re sumed her duties in 'the Union Dank. Major (Rev.) Wiltins' many friends ;hem SHHBMtlfBIB were glad Lo him again. Johnnie and JimtnV Rushworth re- turned from a pleasant, vacation spent at Mr. "Hand's hpmeT Sunnymeade. Miss Ixjrraine Veafe; who has spent part of her vacaLlon with Boiv Island relaiiTes and Iriends, leit Tor borne in Edmonton leal .Wednesday, where will again tab'c. up her work as teacher In one of the clly schools Mrs. Jllch left last Wednesday for Grande Prairie, at rrhich .place..she .that there will bo no such thing as jlo haTe the a fancy price. There IB no occasion jtbe lo be slampeded and there can be no excuse, if that word can be made lo justly apply, for any attempt at hoarding sugar. As a duty in dealing with the pub- lic w.-i cannot but loo strongly con- demn Lhe action of the party whose figure ire quoted as scying sugar at 17 1-2 cents a pound. 1L was a "rt-prclicn.siule use of extremity un- ol rendtring The resolution of (he medicos in Calgary that Lbe fraternity be reliev- ed entirely of the dispensing of liquor was in the way of removing LempLa- tlon from its "weaker brethren." IL is well to see a profession such medirlne jealous ot Its reputation. son left'for there Eome time Miss Jlndalfne >Iondsr ..ji'ho. _ias spent part.of her KOFC- to Hat', last week. ilrs. Rosa days'visiting er-Eislef. T her home In .last. "Mr. anrl Mrs. Henderson frenl to Cp.mpalgning in one direction or n-arranledly sensed, in tlila partic- other Is part ol the dally bread of ular instance it a case of matins I western cities. A campaign on the part of I.ielhbridge and the towna adjacent to maXe the eilallng gap E. Nevers. Mr, C. Oliver went to .Calgary on Wednesday last and returned' on Saturday. L Mr. and Mrs. Ralph RLone attended the fair and stampede at Calgary. Ladt week, returning home on Sunday .morn- ing. -v ?.Ir Lou IlurlbCrt, of 'Carmangay, sponl a ftw (lays wilh his parents, TO- i ,lurnlnB laaL Saturday. What IrrigaLJon msanj to tho nrlfl feci ln Calgary over the bedOmg Mr JaR w.-Hurfl waa a more than fifty per cent. profFL on a domeslic necessity wILh the price. aa we are given lo understand, sugar is obtainable by lhe retailer. In Waterton Park connected with a highway from lhe Slates would be a highly businesslike proposition. 1RRIGATJON AS VIEWED OUTSIDE SOUTHERN ALBERTA. -Mrs, Clale has been creadng a per BUYS BRITISH OIL INTERESTS SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. in- leresta of Andrew Weir, now Lord Inverforth, one ol Lhe largest sbire- fa old era in the Union Oil Company of California, have been acquired liy tho Commonwealth Petroleum Corpora' lion, a newly-formed New York body, according lo an announcement today by Alfred G. WUfces, San Francisco rep- of Henry Lockhart, Jr., of Common wealth Corporation. Wllkes xaid tbe corporation paid a (hare for the snares owned by the Weir Interests. lital nf a fractured skull. TLc While Star steamer Tashmon A niMi wallvcil into a "Detroit hos- pital Inn weelt with hts liands frosl- biLLon. He had been repairing refriE- eraUng machinery. in Ilrooklyn, N'. Y.. seems lo I'c a neccsFlly. The tHsLrlct uttornty releasp-J trom the shoals on the been asked to look Icto the high prices charged hy beauty parlors. General CoTemaii On Pont la at lhe Jicad of n fund TO raise lo incrraso salaries :il tlie HiuscUFr Insiiiutu uf Technology. SL. Clair flats, on which U grouniled. Physicians In London hnve inaug- urated two ncw and cffccUvo scliccics In minimize liquor prescriptions. The Jiirv brougbL In a verdict of accidental' Heath in the case of Wru. f, hour per of SI. Thomas, who was killed at Wallaecburg1. The EUfigesLlon to purchase more park land and build nn athletic park will be submitted to Chatham rate- payers neit January. Arthur Ilnyhen and J. Forran, al- leged absentees from Carting Heights Camp, were arresle-1 In, Thomas nnd taken back to London. Gladys Cook, ID years old, of Wind- sor, had a tube removed from her throat, wblch had been left there after an operation fire years ago. crease and closed shop ivlll be Lhe chief demands of Pennsylvania min- ers in Lhelr convention next April. EJucalors at Washington predict, the U. S. will have a shorlagc of school teachers this full greater Lbnn tho deficit found last October. Dele-gales represent !ng S2 New York state locals of the International Association ot Machinists voted down the 'One Big Union" proposition, Chicago nootblacku raised the price of shines to 15 cents. Business fell and the old Len cent ralu ivas restored. BERLIN', Sept- TaegliEChe Rundschau declares today that tha demand by the entente that the Ger- man constitution he alLerefl is calculated lo Induce the German peo- ple ic respect their new charier and warns the supreme council ot the I danger of precipitating a new clTil dlsnipllon. The Vossische ZeiLung says a flat refusal 13 the only possible answer to the demand of the entente while-the Krcuz Zritung remarks that "ihe am- ateurs of Weimar must put up with the coiiatznL intervention by tho entente In Germany's civil aflalra." will reside iu future. 'and -.LONDON, So'pt. following diplomatic appointments" are-announc- to George W. JJuchanan. Amhassarlor io Spain, Sir Esrac W. Howard, last week to attend tlie: Minister Lo the Territory of the Irrigation mceling. Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Sir Mr. and Mrs. Dodds and d _ ol Winnlfred, spent poms' cently Uie.guests of Mr..and '-Mrnf A. nonald Graham. laughter, Charles A. Toung. rt-J Jr Minister-to' lie Netherlands, Sir districts of Southern Alberta and SasValcbewan and the duly nf the Federal and provincial Governments in regard lo marine same are dealt wilh hy Lhe Winnipeg Free Press. AD editorial In thai Journal .-which; deals with Irrigation In tho 'wcfil, aa particularly applied lo the districts we mention, can claim at feast the merit of being unprejudiced ind unbiassed, In thai, with Mani- toba's present comparatively prosper- ous agricultural condition, tbe rela- tlon of (o (he land doea hot Jmpreaa.Jlserf as a pressing proh Jem Uierc. The Free Press refers to the claims, Wllh ire are noiV more than familiar, of Lhe Provincial and Fcd- Governments In relallon to the irrigation here. In the case of trie flrM, .that It cannot under ex- fstlnf condition finance Ihe works re' Quired, In flic caac of the second, Its reluctance lu undertake new eipendl iurea when national Exigencies dc- the atrktcat care rftid economy U'flin'rice. But lhe. Manitoba Journal in the .police cells. A domestic, and an Important matter such as lliU. tention ot thft not have drawn the at- innn. It serves to ahow tbe importance of women on local or other councils. Galo has 'remoscl anj Alrltrman ohjecllons agalnji women Tilling these poaltiois. The fact, lhat more students urc wanted for the Sonnnl Hrh'ools of the' vizllor last week. Mrs. Duffy spent a few day a las', in tile, country, a guest al the home of FL. flalnbow. Miss Shaw has a8 her guest Miss Mrs, Itolfe nnd sons, drier "z- holi- day Bptnt In Minneiuta anrt .ijn. returrind laat Friday, Mr, Rolfe Minister lo Poland, Sir Horace C. Rumbold. Minister lo Switzerland, Theophll- s Russell, Minister to S7rcdsn, Colvllla A. Bar- clay. Minister Lo Finland, Lord Acton. Minister to Lhe CMcho-Hlovak re- public, Sir George Russell Clerk. Minister to Cuba, Willhin A. Kra- kine. MORE CANADIANS COMING .OTTAWA. Sept. been received at tbe ralHHa dc- parlmtnt Lhat thoillrio'r doaa, carrying 311 Canadian troops, will arrive at Quebec on or about Sept. 11. There are 35 of- ficers and 276. oilier ranks on board. province prominence to the wisdom of the policy of the Minister of JXucaLlon In giving financial aid In the shape nf loar-i lo those Intend- ing to lake up ft course there. The Increase of Liine for flu'J-'nls In Xormal Sciiools from fnur lo 'mOnlhA is 1jt the InttreaU of educa- tion. UuL the cliangr. cannot but af- fect certain [JnancJally, CAILFORNIA EARTHQUAKE IlEJlKLfcr, Calif., Sept, 4.-An earthquake of one sccoml'fl duration waa reRiatered on Ihs Iho (Jniverally of California hefc shortly after I o'clock today. The origin of the tremor near HcrJv- Y tbe .university- authorities Elated. Shoe and Foot Talk II cvtr fo you your growing child's round, or stoop shoul'Jrra was caused very o'ten by ihe condition'of Its feet? Poorly. Ijttcd. ami loo tliort, cauae trouble'In'the arches "of the foot 3B wall as coma. ThiR rlfecU Ihe nerves and-blood circulation, causing ft 'tired, heavy whlc-h la Inclined to malto 'lroopft'1 shnnldcrs......... This c'vfl can be rtlldvcd by having lhe foot properly ffUo'J nvith' 5hoca nnt! foot (rojMts mcsh'anlcally rellofed. WE KNOW HOW TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGE8 W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH aHElH.OCK BUILDING "If I could only get well19 Here is the way to tlie Health you need when you axe. Weak Anaemic Nervous Run-down LOR1OUS, glowing health is the hirthnght of every man, woman and child, and if this rightful heritage has slipped from YQU becQuae you are Weak, Anaemic, Nervous or Run-down hcgin at once a short COUIBC of Wincarnis. What you need is physical Dew supply of tich, red blood and a revitalized body. ill' it tlie one thing that will five wnen you MTC wKnd safe way lo new health. QuicV. Lccauic the benefit at once. Sure, hecauie, for ncnrly 40 yean it given new Jicallh lo course" tKouiHndi of Safe, bccaote it J q_e a Tin t c o n t a i n d e p r ei i i Tl g diugi.. Dnh't conlinU's lo lutfer TfyjuM one bol'li "I 'Wincanijf.1 youi Dotlor. Qcli' a1. yourDruB-cirli. COI.F-MAN k t OJftff.' 07 roKTi-AND ST., TOKO.VIO. ANK S. JMM., ttctidenl Mrrftor. Sales Agtiitsfor ihf RAU-II J- I'AWSONS Co., 1'py nidg., TORONTO ;