Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
S.UVHDAY, SKPTEMBRH G. 1010 THR M'VrillHUIKiK DAILY PAGENINE E PROHIBITION ENFORCE- MENT PASSES IN U. S. Divonc court proceedings appear to IK- gritiiiK common occurrences local ly. Tho lulest to be filed is tkat of Welcli versus Welch.- The plaintiff Earl HoU'ri Welch. asks for a dissolution o( marriage and the custody of ibn chlhl of the mar- riigc in thai his wilo committed adul- tery o ntlic last day oE SepJember, 1917 with ona Krnoat James Francis. Tlic plaintiff [3 a railroad engineer resident (D nnd Ills wlfu resides in Grcal Falls, .Montana. Tlio yarllea were married in July, ;UOO and I hero is issued one boy clghl yeara. A Her the marriage they lived unlit Ihc cud of Sep- tember, 1917. when the wife left her home and went to Great Falls. On the last day of September peti- tioner, "wtio liad been absent, on re- lurning to hla home Eouud his wife In Hie commission of adultery with the to resiiondeol, DUKE TO VISIT THE PAS TUB JUS, Sept. ment ImuVe al; Winnipeg has itdrised ttie mayor of The t'ai that the Dufce end Duchess of Devonshire vlll visit I his place on Saturday, Sept. 13, re inaiDinc over the' week-end. Prepara tlons are under way lo reeeUc Can nda's, governor-general "wlih a pro gram In which Js.Included a poy-wov, tho eight Indian chiefs of tbo powerful Cree tribe. WASI1INQTON. Tho prohibition bill was passed by tho cenale toJiy without a record vote and virtually Iti the form it came Irom committee. Tho measure now goes to conlcronco for consideration aiuc-ndmenls In- Berltu In the Louis bill Ly the senate. WON HOT. RBI-GRADE. Sepl. vrlre ss lo Ihe Juec- Slav press, negotiations are solos on king to the formation of a coal lion cabinet, under the presidency o Uouba Uavldorllch, the present pie- uiler. The opposition parlies, ttv newspapers sty, appear inclined' t make some No Union With Aurtrlanc LONDON. Sept. I'realdent MassryS, of Ciecho-Sloy'aVl Interviewed here, emphasized the 'iittc ol any union Ttllh th Autrlani or Migyan, tut the ne ttltes, he mil! cone to an acrftemenL. Be: relation; preTalled with Polaid, B mania and trlcndl were hoped (or wlllr th AUBlrlana ud Muyari, but entirely on Urtm. National Education Conference THE'AIH To direct public at- tenllon Ui the (unda- probleais it educational1 systems in Canada. To coiisldcr cducalloii In Us relation.to Canad- ian citizenship. To un- dertake -.the lestablisK- monL of a periuanenL bureau" to guEdo and assist, the educational though I ol" Ihc count rj1. Twelve iddrtiaeB br lie best known public men and ol CBOJida, the United States and Englmd. HBPRE3BNTATION 13 belnp askert Trom every public organization In Canada.. It nny crganlzalton Is being orerloohod lei us know, la addition ample provision Is being made for fndlytduala who will loud llic contcrcnco ta tbelr own capac- iiy. Atfdreii Any Inqulrlei to The Convening Committee 505 ELECTRIC RAILWAY CHAMBERS Winnipeg, October 20-21-22 Rotary Rod Weeder Thie Implement is Used Extensively by rthe' Noble Foundation; Limited, of Npbleford, Who .Hiiye a Few Mrs. Janios Nelson, Who has ucei the gucsl of her daughter tor the month, returned lo her at Chill! fict, D.C., on Thurada.y. Mr Lake man a visitor in Ih dlitrfcl Wednetday. Mr. Mike Voelu Euendlau a .ew days visiting his slater, MTE. Oil, Bar V. George vae a Tlillor Btztkom Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. B a] four and famil spent Bundar the fiifds ot Mr. ao Mrs. William Scott. Mr. and Mn. Thorpe, ha.Te been staylnf on their farm ber during the harveit, relumed to the liome at. KUIkom Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison made a trip lo Kuar Island Saturday. MTiaL litlle harvest there waa In th district Is all cut and ai ranRlnp on an average of (roni one eight busheli. The crop failure h reiulled in an exodus ot ccmslderab proportions from Lhis vlrtnlty. I the majority are optimistic enough j fitick her out another year. Fcrmera I are already planning on neil rear's LIGHTS and SHADOWS s. S RIDING GLORIOUSLY OH THE WATER WAGON America Is reveling in the new rder of things brought on by nation- Ede prohibition. A marked reduc- on in crime is noted everywhere, [ere are a few headlines from Acoer- an papers that tell Ihe talc: "Morals coart killing time, business one." Less Chicago crime by 25 per cent ince liquor ban began." 'No less crimo In Chicago, aya Chief Mooney." "No dark-brown tasta in city's .outh today." "Jloboes vanish, as big drouth grips "hlcago." 'Accidents decrease and alcoholic wards In hospitals close." ilarked reduction o! accidents in Kinus City under dry regime." 'St. 1'aul jail eraply first time In memory of Jailer." "Cops begin lo look like cxcega "Hililmorc arrests cut down from 337 to -50." WELCOME THE JOLLY PRINCE The Prince of Wales is on his And of all the welcomes he'll find hero Is now 42 and more arc to he in attendance before the close of the week. Th" Third Annual School fair will be held at Cowley on KriJay, Sept. 12lb, and IG under the auspices of Ihe School Pair association and Depart- ment of Agriculture. Four hundred dollar? Till be given ll prizes covering entry list ol products, grain, live stuck, school- work, household arts, tanning, sew- ing, ek'. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunn. who have resided In Calgary since leaving 11 several month a ago, have now taken up their residence in the west end of town. The exhibits will be displayed In 11. C. Morrison's warehouse. Thc-re seems to be but one thresh- ing machine in operation In this dis- trict. That is at the Doukhobore report a, very fair yield and good grades despite the drouth. Colin York o( Piclon, a returned sol dtor. and formcry a bank manager in Ilia west, was in-tantly killed when hh automobile overturned. BRITISHER WILL DELIVER ULTIMATUM PARIS, sept. supreme council appointed Sir George ClerV. an official of tbo British foreign of- fice, to go to Bucharest to present to tho Rumanian government tbc de- sires of the allied and associated powers with regard to Humanlan' oc- cupation of Hungary. The above probably refers lo the proposed plan of the supreme council to send a note to Rumania by e. Brit- ish high commissioner as reported in a Paris dispatch. bloats on main reads n errs paper caption. Could that mean in Calgary, we y.onder. SOME NEW MAKINGS A more meal haa been launched in the Stales lo eille Lady Nicotine and put her wherever John Uarleycorn IE O well, a returned man told us tho other day that he hart tried shoo laces and lba.1 they pretty good makings. crop, and we hope they will bumper. got Mr. aril 'Mrs. Harold Wares visited Mr. Hobert Clayton on Monday. Mr. E. N. Fults, a one-time farmer Hits district. Is expected to arrive _____ (roni England with his bride some lime i recently, this vrecfe. Friends ol Mrs. ]x.uie Carlson will be sorry lo hear or her indisposition. Jlr. John Coolige. of Ihe itare at FIrssr.nt View, wan thrown rrom a liorae Saturday evening ana sustained bad Injuries to his bacfc. -T-Bonc stealt al 14 1-2 cenis a pound in Whatchl Eivln' us. There's some mistake. Last time we saw T-Honu steak was io the museum ivliere a petrified specimen was labelled, "One time article of diet in the Amrrican home; now eilincl." t. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL -J GLASGOW, Sept- (C. A. P.) Today's football results follow: Giatgow Cup Celtic 1, Rangers 0. PirUck -Thistle Z, Civile 2. Scottish League Morton 0, Alrdrlonians 3. Dumbarton 0, Third Lanark 0. Dundee 1T St. Mlrrec 3. Queens Park 1, Hotherwell 1. Ralth 0, Hearts 1. Hibernians 2, Arderme 0.. Ayre United 6, Falhlrk 1. Albion Borers 0. ClTdebtnk I. Hamilton 5, Kllcaarnock 2. Income Tax A representative from Ihe Office of tbc Inspector of Taia- llon will he In attendance'on WedneMlay Thursday September 10th and 11th Rl the Inland .Revenue Gffire, Post Office Building, Lplh bridge, to give any info.mallon lo o[ Lcthbridgc and Diitrtct 'which may be ilcsirr.d in connecJrlon with Ihe Incnnia War Tax Act. COULD THIS BE RIGHT Toronto had its airplane funcr- They probably Look iha ir route in order to dodge the traffic ops. Lord Fislicr favors scrapping much f the British navy, and we've been ansaching the coh-webbed corridors f our brain ever since trying to gure out how the Old Empire could crap with A scrapped navy. THE SAYS That it's a good-tlms lo be IhanV- al that you've got. a home, an eco- lomical wife, no'grown-up daughters, nd a lump ol .Trliite sugar [or your :offee In the niomlngs. a farmers sees a fanner Putlin1 in fall rye; S'ccd he tell (hat.hi! neighbor las n still near by! Grand Open Raymond Most of the American 'tapers are agreed thai the scheme tor lac nation- alization of the railroads proposed by llr. Plumb would put the rallrbadi on .he bnm. But from a.distance It ooks like Plumb will liare some tun, his critics mn be- fore the agitation's done. WAYSIDE PHILOSOPHY Irrigation has not only made tho desert bloom aa the rose, but It has put many a blossom oh There ia one thing at least that graders learned at school and that is addition. According to Bobbie Bums. "An honest men is noblest work ot Ood." Arguing oppositely, in what category would Ihe profiteer fall? OUR WEEK-END POME We love Ihe Spring and Summertime, And Aiilnmn's rich brown glow; But say, 'twill thrill ua joyously To see again the snow. And hear the sleigli bells jingling, And hear the children sing; And see Ihe angry Dlizzard Man Enjoy his yearly fjlns. And Ihen along comes Christmas, The gladdest day of all; With holly, mistletoe Kor the loved ones great and small. P1NCHER CREEK NEWS (From the Echo.) The schools are filled almost-to capacity, and tho teaching slaff uoiij- firltes Principal John Stevenson, irho, TicnldeA teachlne Otner subjcclR In the ilghcet tenchen Engllfll, Lll- criture, nnrt Blslbry In all grades king Ihoie subjects. Vice-principal J. Aiexar.nef, his other duties will teach Science And Mithcnullcs throughout 'the ersdds enDUgn advanced for the snbjects; Hr. Kohnrt Hirrllon, of Stetllcr, a Teternn of the Great teacher of rides Vllf, VII and VI; Mrs. Pnrker, iiden IV and V; Mrs. BleTe-nson, III nnd II; Miss Bull, Primary: Mrs. Taysum, Music, ot high and public sccols. In St. Michael's school, under the efficient alaff of there M motl hnppy outlook for the education- il opnorlanltles of our students. The following students from out of (own are In attendance At the Mf.n ickool: Anna OleaiOri, of Bpauvala; gn.de IX. TVInnlfrftl of Spring Ridge, and Elliibelli Cyr cjeorge Wright of Dry Fork. OrwJe X, Annla E. Connelly and Val Ullriln, of Lund- Wilbur Lanf, of Mountain Hill, and Walter-Wilson, Hirdwlck Lynch Blaunlon and Ruth Barf, of done, of Beiter of. Fldiburn. following atuilentj iro faking Orsde XII: Hilda Idnrln. Unwln Ila; Tood, Ona Lehman Beatrice Vyiit Aiutfn. 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We have just received a large ship- ment of Trunks and Bags, also Suit Cases, direct from factory and our prices are Irte vtry best. The Alberta Saddlery G. M. CarMn, Manager 306 Ftrlti Street S.