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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR. urrHnnmca' DAILT HERALD SATURDAY, SKPTEMIIEK 6. ttbe Tbcralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publisher] THE LETHBRIOGE H ERALt MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 6th Street South, Uthbrldge W, A. Buchanan President and Xlv-isins IVrccif-r Jotm Cusluess MsiMS noier A of la J CaiuJa pud nut likely LU i( proper' means were eroplov.jj u prevt-ni Ihe a sine. Tl-.ese meass will be made et-{ fecicia! by ihe Hoard pf Commerce. Mr. McGibbJii. or ihs> Ai Ic Sugar Refineries. Ltd.. stated to tho rd t'nal one or iho main reasons :'er the advance in the price or sugar it ih.u Groat Uruain has give-a a 10 the nriiiah West Indies lor their sugar wliich bereiolore came Canada. Oa ihe iop of Ihia staio- Merchants and V. F. A. lo Hold j we have The siv.emeai o( Mr. I {lad teed end srfl UV.viy to be avay vcoks. There is lots of hay norLh aud tots at bay and straw easl tad it Is will ba inucb lower than present prices. Tbero Is a lull ID the sale of c-iltla IhU week. [large dellreries bolDS cindo laal week. If cattle couLUiue to leavs the dlitrlci IE rapidly a? the have been dolnff there will not oe much hav required, as there will bu- few caitlc TELEPHONES Office Office........... I MrE.'onnell. of ibe Si. Sligir I that when ne lelt lor 1252 Kurope he did not hr.ow what to do the sugar OD hand aud viheu Le Water Sys- tem For East End ilr. J. J. Cameron, o( the South Al- berU Hay Grovers, ba5 Miuraed from aii extended Tlsli to oisieru poinU and reports an abundance of bay nnd straw, but now Mr. S. I1. Hunter ob- I Jecu to ctratv being in heri unless it is free from noxiuus -neetls. returned he did not know how ro rill j [he eipori orders. Member Audit Bureau of Circulation; Subscription Rates: Dallr. dellTtred, per .....S -li delivered, per vear 7-50 Diily, bj- mill, per year 5-00 H'eeklr, by mall, per 1.50 "Weekly, br mail, per'rear to U.S. 2-.OS Our Own ConroscomlfnO I'lXCHBU CREEK. Sept, Irrl- gatiou is stUI ihe live topic ol couver- in town and neletuorhood. The in the fim iveet o[ June i comtinupe representing the districi when Krance. contrary to all U. F. A. association and toe commit made a Iree .arUet ,or Dales of eipiry ol EUtecripLlous on-aJdreja labeL 'papers "after eiplratlbn dale '1 Is Qqr.'KQibgrib1 (o tb9 sub- A THIN-SKINNED CITY COUNCIL The members who form a Iriunivir- aie in the rule of the city have go! IDIO ibtlr beads (hat ihe Herald bears them animosity This misinterpreta- tion ol our alliiude does not concern us overmuch, II the Mayor and Com- misEfonQra, and particularly the Mayor, are in the habit ot ma Xing false de- ductions, ire can only leave them fo (bat frame of mind iulo which they have 1 ihemselves. If Ibey choose La lake the altitude as ibey hart got .themselves telieve In gard to this journal, that "nobody loves me" ihat is a mailer for concern. It 15 eiiremely foolish on ihe part ql ihqEe who hare a claim lo be con- sidered level-headed men (o lake Lhe posilloq that if ire do not agree with them in all things that we are thereby antagonistic Lo them. -This is a as foolish as it is extreme. Lite any oibVr Lbe Herald holds the privilege or criticising public men and matters'when the necessity arises.for the same. To fail it V would be Ip fell In a duly towards Uie.public. The the cily council should not consider them selves djfferent to meinbers of env other'" pubHc Body and fo'ri'dly im'aglde that becAuse .they authority in'the city, ot ;LeihDrldBeUhey' are therefore, In 2 privileged class and Immuie from criticism. Such a tlon would be' egregious.' lake office In govtmin and In public bodies must expect ant accept criticism. If tber, big sad b'roa.d-imnded, Lhey wil take this "for granted, qnd not give to Imagining vain When :.'h one BL criticism if, applied .-to lbem.1 :Tbe_cily council should riot be expected to be continually palled on tha back and to receive the con- tinual pSaudils'of "Well done" to whnl- eTer.and.ThftlEpever .they. do. Wcvdisclaim anything of animosity to the Persoeallj tbereja np're.asqn why. we ahqnld not regard them a-s "jolly upod fellows." ?ut tills Is not going to reitralo us from pipresaing publl-; niatleYa in which Uiey are concerned men ID their public capacity. sooner the gentlemen of the city of the per- viewpoint, the better will be their relations lo the press and ID Ibe peopja Onr news iteni op- the of the C. -p. R. In rcgaTd to. tho'leak- ages in their pipe line la ComnllsslDners :to be' a'dlg'al 'them respeqt. (o trie" Iher-fldTanced. .This riev Idle furlber eom6BnL NOT'EXACTLY A STORY. Vr'ith.Jhe prominence which at the present time Is given to sugar, the proceedings before the Board of Com- merce, the sugar rellnera were under elimination., makes Inlereallng TJic sum and substance Cleaned from Ihe proceedings IK that been a sugar shortage Jo Canada but that consumers here fV'flre made to feel the greed of the RUffar inagnatcs In their rush (o ob- tain the enhanced prices prevailing In France, through ihe market there ---being; Ihroivn' Opbn, To supply these the people ol Canada wera madi lo yay lha nose and the. irtiflciil scarcity created was tho OfportnnUy for the eitorftonate to aa wJiAt was actually dono, the jfiftcy price...of per Itoun4 when v.'fts no JUBllffcatloo for the same, fa the light of what was rerealerl before'the of Commerce, there no JuaUric-atfon for (he alarm which was spread by Hie statement of the wholesale groceries thai siigBr by ChVlatinna Voultl be (n the neigh- of 18, C6nts to 25 cepls a "ThlsT Tri tSerfdd( Iha't 'there eek sugar went up 75 cents per 100 pounds. The liigb. price In France led o espons from this country with the real ing. as it la led to Imply, a short- age here a.1 a lime when there was an abundance of sugar in the country. Tho illuminating fact from the evidence before the Board of Com- merce is lliat inere never was a short- age of sugar in Canada until the same superficially crcaled by the ei- pori of the same. Jleauvrhlle the have the assurance thnl Ihey need not be stampeded in respect to future shortage by the statement made by Mr. McGJbben, at tha close of the session, that there is plenty having been under control until the irst or secouil day In June when the nncent issued an order permit- Ing people to buy sugar where and sider further action. New Water System Mr. J. E. Works'is Installing a wal- er system In ihe east end of the j low a ivhich will bo highly appreclat 11 what price they pieaaed, aud neit ed by -he of Ihat part of the icwn. Now ihel wo ore havlcg Ihe water In end, we hope to see the new residences sprlag ui> In this lovely location. There is qulto a- litile going on in this district, but alia the draw piles are small and far between. Quite n bunen of are sports left for Ihe pcmds and lakes withiti a radius of 20 miles on .Monday morning and many large, sucks of plump ducks. Some BO eag- er list Lhcy mistook Monday for Sunday end threo gentleman ironi Granuni were brought before .Mag- istrate It Hudson about 1 >Ion- day morning and plucked Lo Iho tune and costs each. Another case of considerable Im- portance was brought before the sann susar to go round If nverrbody keeps jof Macleod, rintd ?20 and cosls ]is head. I'or this otience. The defendant con- it should at least be. Lhinkful tliai are not to go sugarless. in sucli a commodity as sugar should be made a crime. Sept. Ottawa correspondent of a local afternoon PA ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY UAN T'IO couucll of Uatllefonl has iu- creased the saUrlcs of Its officials. Reports from The Pas, Man., state (hut a discovery of crude oil of great value has becu 20 paper stales that important changes southwest of Tho Pas. of particular Interest to Western Canada have been made by the min- ister of inlerior Jn the regulations PICE 10'PEG Labor Men Who Are Protesting Against Jailing Leaders Have Unique Scheme WINNIPEG, Sept. of tho defense coriimlllee formed in con- necllon with Ihe trial of the strike leaders ou a charge ot clght These are the days of reconstruc- tion and not misconstruction. Where Ihe cap Ills Jet it be -ncia. Canada, at leasl, among the nations will have 'lEamt to appreciate the userubie53 of the League of Nations in Ibat 11 has established her right- ful status as z nation. The Great War Veterans of Canada hare linked up with their comrades in the United-Stales. This is a move In keeping :jfita ;the desirability cf Ibe -union of'the Anglo-Saxon race. Ibe first Lime In many raonlhs government, operation of the railroads in the Stales, In the month of July, showed 'a. surplus instead of a deficit. Opponents of national ownership wJll no doubt regard this as merely an "incident. -'__ NTo one desires other coanlries Lo be sugarless, bal in ex- hls OWD defence with much ability, but all lo no purpose. The Jus ticc held U a case ol trespass and lined accordingly. Still another mid-1 .nipht case was fried In the A.P.P.' night or Thursday morning; when five men irere arrested In the King DdwarJ pool room for fighting and creating a Jibiurbancc. Their names were, D. Lynch, George Stafford, W. Mialer and J. BInnctier. (W. Brcckeoridgo was cliarged witli being They ill pleaded guilty, and fined and cosls each, and on Friday- .SLh Inst.. D. Si-pies, proprietor of the King Ed- ward Hotel was summoned by Chief Constable Dempslen for ivilfiilly ob- Lnjctlng him In tne prosecution of lii duly. The defendant was ably tie- >ndcd by Solicitor Jlatheson, of Mac- Icod. D. Tboenncn, of Pincher, ap- pearing for Ihe town. After bearing ihe cvldencn Magislrales n. Hendern. J.P., and V. Lindsay. J.P., fined the dcfenflanL 525 and costs. School Re-open Pincher CreeJi public school starts the fall term-with a splendid attend- a" iullalaff rot bzcellenl teachers. These consist of X Steven- son, principal; vlce_-prlncipal, G-. D. Aleiar.der; R. Harrison, of Stettler, and a war veleran, who teaches Grades S.--7 and 6. .llrs. Parker, 4 and and. Mrs. J. Stevenson, who teaches u and Jliss Dull Cor, primary and Mrs. Taysum as mugic- teacher. The High School -12, and a number of others to The only regret is uol having a new school building, may thi3 misfqftune" soon be tlous conspiracy, announced today Ihat the Prince of would be Invited lo he the guest ot Lhe laboring clasaei of the city ai a mass meeting of pro- tesl planned for the afternoon of Seplember 9, Ibe day of Lhe prince's arrival. "We want to show Ihe prince the attitude of labor in Canada loward IU legitimate spokesmen who are now in Jail B wal ling trial. for seditious .con- co mm It tee men declared. details of. lha me fling hare been fixed a formal invitation will be ivlth rospccl lo grazing privileges. During Ihe pasl two or three seasons, but particularly during the prosenl one, the severe droughl condiliocs that havo prevailed in the soulhern irl cf Ihe prairie provinces and In he northern slates have resulted In rgent represei.latlon being made to he department ol by num- rous small slock raisers In these af- districts wbo posses 5 from 50 o 1000 head of stock for permission C suitable conditions were obtained o move lo lands in Ihe northern part f the provinces where better grai- ng (acuities tire offered. The change ust made by the order-ln-councll In ha grazing regulations will permit Ihts being done. There arc largo areas of land In hese northern pralrlo dUtrlcta which, eeause o[ remoleness from sellle- icnt; Nubility to frost or swampy or andy Eoll, are not adapted to agrl- ullural purposes, which are never suitable for grazing purposes. ?hc minister of the iulcrlor, Hon. Arthur Molgben, has decided It would le promoting Lhe best interests of his region as a whole if mnchers who wish to establish themselves perman- nently upon each areas and who Imve be proper riuallflcatlons Tvere per- milted to migrnla there. u no case will this arrangement bo port. Ihe which r means so much to eyery. household ;and the ef- fect the ".spoilage of thc'a'a'nie, there Is good reason why the precept "Char- ity begins at home" should apply. to His Royal Highness, LI was said. 24-Kaur. Strike WINNIPEG, Sept. James Law, secretary of the defeiise committee formed during the recent strike, de- clared today Lhat.a. 21-30ur..sLrlke-In protest agalnsf the imprisonment .of the eight labor leaders .is. assured. Each union will, decide for itself whether or iiot.lp. strike, and will "go out on its owri initiative. Details- of Lhe procedure on'-the day of the strike have not been completed, but it :s ei- pecled that a Urge mass meeting Trill be held. Next Sunday lea meetings, scallered throughoul the city, be held to prolest agnlnsL the imprisonment ol Ihe labor leaders. U. S. LABOR TO BE HELD ON OCT. 6 WASHINGTON, Sept. Tha con Terence called by President Wilson Lo discuss relation between labor and indus Lry .will meet in Washington Oct 6 and trill he composed of five per sons selected by Ihe chamber of com merce of Ibe Slates, five by Ihe Xalional Conference board, five by. Lhe American Federation. ol Labor remedied. The Curling Club Is creeling splendid rink and also a stating rinfc in Lhe recreation grounds.'The build- ins will he finished ID a few days. We are expecting great Ihlpga this wint- er. oulfita have, gone east lo Ihree th by farming 'organization's a IK three by investment 1J T'cpresentatiTea of the, NEW FAHMING INDUSTRY RESULTS D1SASTROUSL' SASKATOON. Sept. A large col lection of illicit liquor stills were seized In Ihe neighborhood of Macklln by Inspector J. M. Dan I a. of the In1anrho rcccutty ac- quired a tract of land In Ibe vicinity of Dallleford, proposes to inlroduco Irrigation In that district. The new Merchants' bank building at Miuitonas is In course of erection, and when completed will bo a valu- able acquisition to the town. I) and It s who use motorcycles in- stead of aulos and rob farm houses arc the latest In ihe criminal line ID South Dakota. Pearl Harbor drydoct, built al Hawaii by HID U. S. government al a cosl of was Secretary Tlanlela. dedicated by allowed to Interfere any promis- ng movement to settle farmers and suitable for agricultural pur- poses. The amended regulations will apply o lands north of the Saskatchewan river, provided that leases can be ranted for vacant Dominion lands- until for agricultural purposes and sit- ualcd more than 25 milca from the margin, of settled areas. The terms of any such lenses shall be for a lerm not exceeding 2Q years, shall be re- newable for such periods and subject !o such conditions as the regulations in force at ihe time of the expira- Jon period. HUGE APPROPRIATION FOR BOLSHEVIK PROPAGANDA STOCKHOLM, Rus- sian Bolshevik government has nom- inated three commissioners, Vilensla, VladlmlrsVy and Lahoff. Lo administer the territory recaplured From Admiral Kolchah's forces. The government also has appropriated roubles for propaganda In Siberia. MONTENEGRIN SITUATION GRAVE LONDON, SepL Monten- egrin situation, week ago was viewed with alarm by government of- ficials here, remains obscure. It is authoritatively staled, lliat, nolwlth' standing denials from the Serbians, the counlry is Iri a aim cf rerolL The war office believes Lhal fomelhing- of a serious nature has 00 clined or is occurring and It is strong- ly EU 3 pec ted Ihat a rigid censorship was clamped down after the firsl re- ports of Ihe uprising. Latest fair prlco food issued n Netr York shows n downward trend Bnd further decided reductions are predicted. A highwayman at Sioui Ciiy, Ia., hcld up B crowd of more than 20 pcr- SOHE Sunday on a down-town corner and robbed them. The Denmark minister of defence has submitted B proposal, for Immed- iate demolition of the greater part of Copenhagen's fortifications, bolh on land aud The Canadian Pacific ocean serv- ices al London liavo a waiting list Your Money's Worth Means Mason NO mailer how much money you put Into a pt.ino you cannol got better quality better tone than in Mieon Rlscti PJBQO5. Sold on easy terms and direct from facU-Tj- to Uiroujjb our twenty braiu-h stores. Ask for stylo booklet. MASON Bllnionl Block Home of Ihi Vlelroll" end of November, and It U aahl that over five hundred applicants call at the company's olflco dolly. Tl-o Great War Veterans1 tlon has reached Its Initial aim in hatchcv.-an of 100 brandies. Tlic century mark was readied .wltU Iho organization of a branch at tlanlcy. The awards lu Iho annual Jlanllorm provincial crop competition have been made by the department ,of agricul- ture, the results stowing tliat Jolm Droadbenl. Morden. flrat; Wells- Icy White. Thornhlll, second and E. Smith DarllnBford, third. Hon. JosehpUE Daniols, secretary of the United Stales navy, will send part of his Pacific fleet to Vancouver har- bor on SepL 22, when tie Prince of Wales Is to be there. Mr. Daniels wired city ollidnls today that while he would not bo able lo be present hlmiclf, he would bo pleased to senil part of ILo 'fleet arid Trould "inafcc of five thousand people for. trnnspor- j such arrangements ns possible." Mr. talion to Canada. The Cunard com-! Daniels'is Jo visit Victoria'on a dreatl- pany ]l3t will not be cleared until the nought on SepL 11, A NEAT, TIDY FOOT With that graceful appearance, can only be the- result of properly fitted shoes. This does awpy with that a-round Ilia ,j auklc and upper; also" trie brooil, 'fliC'ipjwKrjiii'cV'bt" the'-'ftlot'' These results can only ho secured "by" having :ynur fool filled "In pn KiclusiTC Shoe Store carrying shoes ;in''oll Wlnlh3 and lengths, BO that you can get what Is. reijuired for your foot. have such a stock to' all feel lo get Appearance and Comfort. Tm.i mil buy eventually. WHY NOT NOWJ W. J. NELSON Go. SHERLOCK BUILDINQ 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cir. ind 8th aiulh. Ilev. Major Barrow will conduct ser- rices lomorroT.' nt 11 a.m. and 7.3'J p.m. Sundajr School at 3 o'clock- ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and 8th Street South Rev. Canon J. E. Murrell-Wright. M.A., Rector. Holy CoTirnimton, S a.m. Matins, 11 a.m. Evensonjr. 7.30 p.m. .Sunday School, Z p.m. Tho Rector will be glad to miet now comers whc may have cnma to during the summer, after any o[ the services. METHODIST Church Rev. Chai. E. Cragg, B. D, Plitor. Reilitence 310 nth at. a. Phonci: Parson.-iffe Church Study 408 Claude Hughei, L.A.D, Hut. Dlroctor II a.m. Momlnj Wornhip: "Vliloni and Service." 1210 p.m.: Diulo School anil Bible Classes. 7.30 p.m. Evening Service. Subject: "Lead-nhlp." ChrUHan Chnreh L, Curtio, Pastor Qor. Srd Ave. llh St, Blhle School, 10.30. Preaching, 11.30. Morning Subject: "The Changeless Christ." Christian Endeavor, Mlaa Vlolol Sinclair, leader. Evening SubHcl: ffA Caie of An Non- Everybody Welcome CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th a. Subject: Elnnday School convenes at tho clean of tbs Sunday morning serrlce. Cwnlni, Kg it I PJL Cte reading room open npt Biwidajn and holldirs, from 2 to G p.m. whero Ilia Dlble ami ftnlhor- (zed Christian Science literature may read, borrowed or purchased. Tho pabllc li corillnlly Invited lo at- lend the church Herrice-i, tlto rhlt readlac rooim. THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE -Rev. E. J. Hbdglni, B.A., Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 Chotr kcadnr, "MrH, F. Jackson. 10 a.m.: Junior choir practice. 10 a.m., Boys' DepL of tho Sunday School In Iho Hall. U a.m. Topic: "God's Belief Gift." 2 o'clock, Ueglnners and Primary de- partments of tho Sunday School ID the- Hall. 2 o'clock, the Sunday School In the Church. DopL of Ihe 9. fl. Church. 7.30 Topic: "Thi ST. MARY'S CHURCH Norlh LMhbrldse Morning Prnycrr 11. o'clock. Kvcnlng 7.30. o'clock, nov. Slanloy C. Hipper, 617'I3lli-SL A North........'.......' 1