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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LPTHBMDOE OAH.T HERALD TUESDAY. SF.PTF.XinF.n 1919 She litbbrtboe letbbrifcae, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LFTHBR1DGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED BJ 6th Street South, Leihbrldgs were accustomed 10 looli askance a: i[ OuJsiJfl the ranks ot Labor ilscll. iu Great Uritaic has iiow come lo realise lhat it can only advance Its clalcus by const Uullonal methoos. the new aspect and with new coudiiionsf, ihoufti It may tot be an actuality, a Labor Government Is quite a possibility GreJt Britain. TELEPHONES Buttress Office .editorial Office 1224 Tbe Coaldale Fatr should he kept Theie could be no belter nor a halt-holiday ouiing than Journey to Coaldale on Sept. 17ih. Mimber A'jdi "Admiral Beatty praises according 10 a headline iu our yester- day's issue, should not be given Bureau ot Circulations USudl interpreiaUon. Subscription Rates: delivered, per week .....5 Dally, per year Tbe Coaldale d'.slrict tss tbe dis- tlDction ol being the only Fair which Through K.fl'orls of Rev. Mr. Lewis She is Heing Scnl To Winnipeg Hospital service al Chlu will ho at 2 and! ol neady-nwdo at j wish, to deny tho report Lhal i nlrplauo factory was Intending lo locate nl Coaldale. SUDDEN DEATH OF MILK IUVEK YOUTH mall, per year "S has made Itself independent o[ Gov- Dales of expirv ol subscriptions ap- pear dallr on address label. Accept- ot papers alter explralion Is oar authority to continue lhe sub-j icripUoD. THE GOVERNMENT AND-THE VETERANS. reports leceived, it lsjllial occur ,he practice, least sorprising that the Govern- (From Our Own MACLEOD, Pepl. eve- ning a vourig mau driving a -McLauEh- lin car down 2nd -Ave. found il I'assltile-lo.turn up 24ih St., but ran into ihe Hank ot Montreal building, with ttulo or no harm to tho bank b nil Jin s, but cousidera'blo damage lo the car. Fortunately the driver espied without Injury; but lhe A.P.P. were looXinR on and they both at- ten Jed court Monday morning, witn the result that lhe driver contrllmlo'l lo the -provincial treasliry J25 aod costs. A charge ol having liquor ID his possession was thrown out. It i a prescription. Lieut. Gordon Bowker, a brother of C. H. nowkcr.-of Mcvclood. arrived In Mricleod on Sunday niornlns from over- seas, lie enlisted ia AugusV, ISli went over with UIQ C.M.R-.a'nd Inter TTHS transferred lo the artillery, with which-lie has been since, and -vill be up lo the tirao of his discharge. Early in he was wounded severely, and i spent most'of the lime since in'Uospi- leaving of loaded guns within reach jntends tQ Tlsit friend_ fflr fl Patents New Canvas Irrigation Go- ing for Fair COALDALE. Sept. oAldale Fair, Sept. IT-IS. Coaldale boasls a rrAl Hvo Invcut- or la the person ot IMrl Carlson. Ho ms pitoutcd n canvas tor field Irrigation. The model jnay be seen in McFarlaad's banlwaro. anil U very- sensibKs nrranpeiaent- dr knows lht> lltno and muscle that building daws iu ilio ditches uses PICKED UP -IN 1ASSING TUB BUSY XI AN N'parly all tLo crops tiava been ernment .Id. irrigation. This speaV, lor A Government that sought In the a panacea j for all Ills .has given the request for jECommlSilon by the veterans (be righl- "abou1.. It Is passing sirango. With tbc continual fatal accidents (From Our Own van[ ft in J. P. Dohcrty. ol lliver. Ills' creasa 10 date from Oct. 1, ui-xl. was of only one week's ilura-! tlon. untl his Jenth was a severe shotrk Olc Ilnnsun roslRnod as to tlm community. Jatk wns born in! of Scntilo owing lo ili-lic-allli. t Wcsthopc. North Dakota, ou the- i ot January, WIN. UP will by 'greatly 1 ullcrw. awaiting ilrpnrhtlLon. c-s- mlssecl by all lits school mates, thU leaped from Kills Island, N. Y. being his first year in high school. Mo WAS also member of the Hoy Scouts I Loew's aro building a new thealero ami Ito Tenn-s-Club. Ho leaves his at London, which will bo residy by father aud mother and ono sister, Christmas. Mary, aged LO nhom tho sytu up. H you Carl. Carlson's ranrasj palby of ths surrounding community Farmers and ehopmcn Joined In darn all you ilo'ls' screw the umbrelln like arrangement iatu lhe dilch, open It out like nn umbrella- auil the check your ditch. Mr. Young of Kuikoin has put la a' stock or Erocerics in McFarland aud is now open (or bus- iness. Sots out. The funeral ivas held on Saturday morning, high miss al 10 o'clock relebrathiK Labor dny logcllier [or Hie first llinu ut St. Tbonias. in use should be regard- fCK- weeks, and will .take, up farmins ment should' bare, so QorLly treated the requests of the veterans in regard j n3lurc ot a offence. on liis Jaiiil in iao ?lunEon district. to the graluiiy. Such'action will get the GovernineQl anywhere. 11 hast lhe appearance of a heedlessneas which is reprehensible and a treaimeut which the large body of veterans by no rueans deserved. Doanl of as it .an In lhe asking, for a commission to go inta tUeir request anrt to, nt least, and 11 reposals which the veterans "were ready to submit. lUcrc TVBS unreasonable. It Is difficult lo conceire ishy Ihe.G eminent should have turned a deal ear lo this. Judging from the surface it savors of bureaucracy "whit- man, veteran or otherwise, can view with, equanimity. It is neither politic mot Just. H the veterans hare demands Lo mako OT grievances to submit, they at Least merit a consideration, and into what the commission de- slreijj is .an Lc3EC-nlial. -Action on the part of lhe Government, ai it bas been reported, is haslyi Demands sscb as the rele ran 3 male d Is mis sed mere of the hand Something more Iban that is needed. ..singular .that a Gorernmeu whose line of policy In most th has been the appointing of conmis "siionlfi make the exception i the W3y of lhe commission desired b bough It will not be ?weet boariug or the profiteer. AYe know OL German lustru- meats to beware or inslrumenls thai arc musical. It wUl be Eonie lime be- ore Lhe "Made in Germany" becomes the fterans. II Is a way which Is strange and, unless more par! are forthcoming, one which nnders landing. ounces, will lii prolits ou cveryihlug usl as it has on sugar, ablisnment will be worili while, oven Lieut. Harold Grady, who Tisiled Macleod some weeks ago. has received nn appointment with the provincial treasurer, iu Edmonton, where he will reside in future. Sergt. A. B. Grady left on-r Monday Lo Lake a position in Kelowna, IJ.C, with one of the largest packing plants itt lhat cltr.- Ret. W. A. Lewis, Methodist min- ister at Macleod. lelt for his holidays on Sunday night. Ht w'11-attend the missionary board of I lie Methodist Church in ToronSu, he being a mem- pber, and En lhe meaullnie, spend sesame for opening Lhe purses ol i visiting friends on the way. The holi- Mr. Caloren has up a meal market In tho nnnei to R. J. Ualtlry 5 store and is offering the best cuts nt reasonable prices. Farm Products Limited are pullllng iu of scfllrs outside their offico allibe Suggilt Agency. Dan Favr ROW represents the Farm Products vand when. Dan beams upon you help selling him your hay. More Residences Tvo maro resitVnces have been started latelv. Mr Henius and Mr. G. Carlson are Loth building- winter quarters. It rumoreG tlial Mr. J. J. goiiiK lo ui( a meat market; so thai Jtr. is another grocery. Just think of bulcher shops, groceries, two hardware and hree al Peter's Cutliolie. church. Rev. t Hanvy Hastings, a iiolelkeciKT, KRther-C'rrando officiating. latcrwjnl or Klora. was fatally hurl when a was inado in Ihc public cemetery. The itiolor ear turned Into a ditch; pallbearers were Hoy Slicu, Wilbur Shea. Junior lliut-x, Roy 1) rooks. Joliu Michael Murray, Montreal, ;i color- O'Connoll anil Ruuncll Ilnrtram. All cJ porter, was arrested, charged with Uie Uoy Scouts and the school cliltilreu lhe murder ot Alfred Poiic. BiieniJcU the fuaoral In a body. Tho L offerings many and b-iiiil-i ful. ns follows: r ly, n i Tho Northern Navigation Co. deny rumor, thut ihoy Uavi MASON RI5CH PIANOS ate BEST QUALITY pleco DUALITY Is buill Into every of iheiu by the cncwl work- jitun. You never liato to Hlfoloyizc for the' tone of your liiuuo if Us n Mason llisch. lluy lhe Lest ai and IL lists Stylo Llooklct fbni ITC-O any- wlirro. Sold on] easy" 'tJTms dl- rcd from to Uiroufh our factory branches. MASON RISCll; 1IHITEO Balmoral Block 'Thfl Kern: of tha VlotroU' he Allied peoples. I "Why climb on the water waggon when the milfc -waggon furnishes a ranch pleasanler and more healiliy ride" has something more of mean- ing than the dairy council which ad- TertiEed the same thought of. The excuse made by one of lhe o Ear refiners tbaL the sogar export- ed was for the purpose balance, of trade established in Can- ada Is open to the interpretation as to Tvbelher it plausible or-sincere audibly voiced in Uie la a .reflection of the The Ijoague of Nations will serve al least one useful purpose If it opens the mind of certain Senators over the border as to how the various Dominions stand British Empire in relation to the The movement removing lie A LABOR GOVERNMENT ,IN GREAT BRiTAiN. Eyidently, if the signs of lhe times CBn be read aright, an election in Great Britain fe La lue It may be precipitated at any time. It'wocld ''he surprising If this does nol come about sooner and not} later, in the dissatisfaction which opinion of the country, on the' present Coalition Government. It should he borne in mind thai --present Governmenl In Great Britain was created by a -war- time' sentiment. Sentiment, as a rule, is a fleeting element. It Is something of tbe effect of a revival meeting which frequently passes Children's Shelter to more congenial surroundings is a beneficent one so far as Its Inmates are concerned. The present site can by no means tie regarded as a desirable one. [ay is well earned. He is a man among men, an outstanding-figure in he province of Alberta. Everyone nead goes to Mr. Lewis; everyone sick calls for Ilev. Lewis. Euririg the 'flu epidemic last winter he was In every louse where there Tras sickness lelped soothe many .who -wero m pain helped close the eyes of several -who were victims, and comforted those who were leil. On Lhls trip he takes with him a litlle girl, who has been a crlp- blc since her btrtli. Her 'feel are turoed in, Instead oMn front of the body. Through his efforts she .wll tie treated in a hospital, andjsy him alone has lhe mor.ey'bee collected place Lhlg dilld in an In slilutfon where she will be nblc t tate her place with other children i the world. The I.O.D.E. wca'appeale to for asslatance, and several othe avenues oi help came forward for th woTlhy rause.' Previous lo as! ing help he recelTad lhe following le ter, through his great "helper, D Kirk: Dr. S. J. Kirk, Macleod, AUa. Dear Dr. Kirk: Your letter of April 1st receive We shall DC very pleased to give II child about whom you have irrltten any nezeg-ary attention. Without see- ing Lhe patient, and deciding ]usL what lumber vanls. All thesa an) al CoaldfUe. life of trade Imt niay be it can be orer- ft'rom Hie Courier.) CflpL J. M. adjutant, lUh :anadlan Machine nun Ilrlgadc, Vic- one. Al the aaiue time ceds nrc We need ft good p-toxlale small hotel and ,'c need a drug store and a me5Hcal of eatflblishlng a compa >t ibis new mnchlnc gun unit. Thc mao. Thero. arc oboul 150 children for lie school this year and these fill p the five rooms. When Lhe new choal -was .built three years ago -as thought Lhat school accommoda ion for years lo come had been pro Ided. Already we are crowded ou idd tho old school has had to be DC upled again. It begins to look a Kough orienslyu school extension plans will to be undertaken in ho near future. We nearly forgot Lo note lhat Wong Is enlarges his reslivuranl. H evidently has caught lhe extenE1 ever now prevalent in Coaldale. No, that extensive frame stnictur on the aite of the old blacksmith i" Is not a circus. It is Schimek'a hay warehouse. A qulel wedding was celebrated al the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shlm- 6k, last week when MIsa Ella Mack- intosh married "Mr. Mackay. Rev. Capt. Dentxm officiated. The best wishes ol the community go with Iho young people. .And to crown all, who should sur- prise us by getllcg married but Mr. Harold Perry and MlssiVlna' Peters Top'say we II ia'to pul our snrprlso mltdfy. The besL of al good thing-] to these young people. In spite ol the threatening weather the .'Joy Scouts, a cross; lhe Itiiair.: In Knrraa for park purposed. a wreath; from Mr. anl j Mrp. Coatcs and and Mra: t'. A spreading rail caused a I'ere Hint; sprays, Ifrcr-fcbiJy fna. 'MarqucLlo frci'gKl Imtii wreck at ethollc Sunday school, tho ladies' Coatsworth, near Wheallcy, Ontario. .A woman at Colon Rapids, MScli., nslllute, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Denies. up ami threw on a bonfire somo Ir. and Mrs. C. Criffillis. Mrs. Vc-rnon IxDndon striking teamsters, who dc-; Liberty bonds she had kepi concealed, leele, :Mrs. McAdoo, Mr. aud Mrs. manded por hour, aru returning to; under the parlor carpel. Mrs. Roan, F. narlrnm nnd work al 30 cenls offereU by the clly. j. amily. Mr. and Mra. O'Conoell, Mrs. I.os Angeles claims Iho worlU'a Jochemn and family. i Arrangements have "uceu made! htMvlcst liand. Ft le Hie police bnnd j for the i'rince of Wales to witness the jof 32 members, lhe llghlcsl weighing f OR I plowing malcli while at CImlliam. [200 iiounds. Total weight 3 1-2 Ions. oria? IE tn tho city at present for Iho L1. S. VVar Dupnrlmcnt will Ft-11 Wlteit aii aininonln pipe was liroken 0 pairs of army shoes ill ?3.oO n j In a 'large building at Dallas, 000 p; pair. Two .._ jnr-olil girls :irc iiany from Dallas. Texas, lo New York lor rrhfl'" n forfeit of remains or ;i once large Indian irigade has beon organizcil In order o perpetuate iu the Canadian active mllllla Lhe mngnlffcenl fighling ro- 'vinage waa found near KcolaT CoL, by cord of the Canadian Machine Gun MCT1 pr09pccllDg for talc deposits. Corps. It Is proposed to have one '__ company consisting ol eleven oldcers Maioa AntomobHb Association will and HO other ranks with 24 Ylckurs COIlduct a campaign for a machine guns formed In llio bond iEEUC for EOod broofc-Fernle district. Lleul. Percy __ Deepest mine in the world ia said lo he shall No. C of Tamarack Adams, who served In Lhe same unit overseas with Captain Gumming, may lafce charge of the local ccyipany, while it Is hoped that many returned machine gunners will again become Interested In -what is probably Ibe mints In Hough Ion, Mich., which is feet deep. interested in -wnat is probably me In Detroit schools a system of mov ly mosl inlercsllng branch of the militia. of an educational nature w Ceo. F. Slevenson, for many years to supplemctll courscs of Etunv- wm manager ol the Craubrook Jobbers, bul (or the past three years in charge of the Nelson Jobbers, returned to Cranbrook Sunday and has resumed his old position with tbc local firm. An Interesting case was up before the police court Thursday morning, when two well-known brewery men aired their vlewsv Harry Hesse, ot the Cranbrook Brewery, Lad a man named Mulleur for which took place at the establish- ment of ?-fr, Hesse. "When the police arrived Mullcur-was securely mado fast wllh a licavy rope hound hand and foot. In the police court Mulleur was bound over to keep Hie peace, going In his own security and another party Tor 5250. St. Thomas street railway deficit Their defeat mnst have been worni- gall lo the "Germans. They evidently have preserved Lhe gall in, large 'quantities 'as .the circular of Herr Schmidt, of Saxony, asking for a renewal of business relations with certain musical firms tn this conrtry wo old imply. It Iq a pity that Lhe slay of lhe hero -vrill not be long enough will he required, it Is .difficult to form an estimate as to either the length of slay or the probable cost. Thfc ncaresl I can get Lo lhe nmter la to Bay that Lhe hospital expenses would probably be about per day, for a period of two or three months. If ?200 were allowed purpose I think it would be ample, and It might be somewhat less. The ordinary-pro- fessional feoa for the enllre treatment of the case will for people In-ordinary comfortable circum- stances. would be very pleased to contribute.half of this sum .as our donation, but I .wish lo add it a splendid congregation assembled atlfor the month of July amounted lo church on Sunday Lo take part In Lhe labor servica. Tte singing was-an In- spiration as the-crowd'look hold and gave U a good-lift. Mra. Norton and Mtss Ende sang Tory (lltlngly anil Vistula Norton recited a Tery suitable piece. The problems of Industry aa especially affecting Iho worker -were discussed by the pastor, end a plea waa entered for the establishment of E a good clean wholesome social centre at Coaldile to meet lhe needs of Lhe many hired men In the district. Who was that man who was so p sleepy in church on Sunday that he let the collection plate fall? The bnmbardment of the ducka he- gaii in earnest last Monday. One be tried. Ohlo'3 Suprerrie court, upheld lhe law gtTlng lhe rlglit to seize and, sell food held .In storage longer tban tho law permits. California recently established n minimum wago of for women employed In fruit and vegetable can- neriea and laundries. Joseph Purcell, a guard al Kingston penllenliarj', was probably falally hurt over by n hinder drawn by three runaway horses. A. J. Talley, assistant New York district attonicy, gays lhat from tho stories (old by milk distributors, lio Judges they continue In business Irom philanthropic molivcs, Gregory army gas mask and rcjiaircil HID leak. i Postal injectors are searching for n rcglsilc-rcil mall pouch containing JTO.OOO worth of Lands, which dis- appeared between Jollel nod Chicnso- Tho Toronto Board of Education lias decided Lo try and gel an official to lake complete charge of admlnls- Irallve affairs. A Halli. Me., woman wanted a man lo push a lawn mower and asked n man-of-all-work hh-prlco. "Ono dollar and waa his reply. A woman at Sunbury; Pa., was bad- ly turned from a bonfire. Physicians ,y her acled as a protection .d probably saved her Hie. Velorlnarica aro InTGsUgaUng a. new disease which has broken out in Arkansas Valley, Colo., find caused the death of 200 horfes. A Lctrolt Jusllce startetl ft war on loafers when he sent 20 to iho House of Correction when they wore unablo lo pay fines ot lo For lhe first week of ppcrallon under a 7-cenl fare, surface cars Chicago gninctl 23.4 In receipts, but crarlcd 11.3 per ccnl. Tower pas- sengers. Experiments al Lho agricultural ex- periment stallcn at Ames, Ia., show that food required by licna Lo provide a dozen eggs costs from 17 lo 19 coots. bis honor. If Ibis were EO, tbe pboto farmer foond trespassers from ths rn nllnw of a dance hetne eiven In Ilbere is difficulty about raising enjoying Ihemsclvea, and was to allov of a dance being g.ven ID anlounti Wfl would, gladly Uurpriscd to find lhat they had come Civc cur Bcrrlcea frce.rfttber than thai the away In Lhe maturing of time. With the signs of n coming election In Great Britain, there tbe anticipation thai labor will play a great part In Ihs result There arc those who already ppeitfol a Labor Government, There are leas likely things than thla which have the habit of happening. The lulure of Labor as a political tn Great Britain has never been ?o bright as It ]a at present. The reasons are Dot difficult to With the various social classes of an old country, there has always been a divid- ing line which ha; fostered Ignorance and real sled sympathy IG In lhe social fabric ol Greal Britain. The war has changed all this. The, contact aud comradeship fif all classes, who have hitherto nol been In Lhe habit of mingling, In the haT9 "created, a new ledge_.and a new fellowship which hare gallery ol the Toronto Saturday Nigh I would he embclsllhcd a few more portraits of those who "danced with the Prince." we Irust we have spelt It name tor the latest chapter of the I. O. D. B. In lhe clly. Is good enough for pronunciation so long as there Is prohibition In Lhe laud. Otherwise, It would be ZB had a raouthtul .as the proverbial 'Truly rural" for the man who has sipped not wisely hut too .well. the child should be in need, ot juiy serrice we are able to Yours truly, HERBERT P. H. GALUAWAY, worhed many changes In re la. (ionflhlp.; The working man, as he Is pa (la hAown' teller' and, consc- betfome'mprc appreciated. hae shown ila worth In the war that worth 'has not failed to re- proper recognition, Labor fa Great 'Britain haa by de Wilson will IHPHP invlia- Hons Id labor.leaders, Tlnanclors, nmn- ufaclorerB and farmers Lo attend a conference early In October for con- sideration of lhe problems of labor a'lid" IhOse who direct labor. This Is Ort.the basis ot the policy adopted by Canada in-calling an Industrial conference, and on thnl already Adopt- ed by OieatJ Ufllaln. "The getting to- gether of Iho various Interests which go lo make up the economic world la policy lhat could be devised for pulling an end to Industrial un- rest. U. S. SIGNS TREATY KOH SALMON "PROTECJION OTTAWA, Sept- Official -noti- fication hae been received by tho.nar al department of iho signing. ington of a treaty hclweon Canada and the United -StHlefi-forT the ijigtili- lion of Lhe sockeye fishcriSs of -the K'raser river, In.DrlLiah Cblujmnla.vTha trcaly, which follows recqromenda- tlona made .by the Canadian-Amer: lean fisheries, conference which In ve-itlgated lhe matter wa? by Douglas Hazea and Mr Lindscy, officer In charge -of .-Iho Rrlllsh embassy al Washlngfon, .for Great Britain, anil by Jlbbcrl lyanslii? secretary of slate for the Unliec Staler. greea forked Its way Inlo the counsels pf lhe ,'iiQtloD. Thcro haa been for qome. fline a Labor Party, but, botb In numbers and achieve meet, it can- Aclis said lo expecla- 11 That bas Lcen due to lea and -disanlonfl In the ranks of Labor Itself. Thcsi things Lave now undergone a change, Labor through Its efforts In the war Come to be'trusted by tliose who way Irom Ll3thbridge -to wash .Ihelr (cct. Miss Kalherlne Kramer teaching he school at Chin-." If'9hc can Lc.ncn as .well aa she 6an pitch a he children will get (inc. Threshing All the soldiers' colony la 'threshed .out into moderate yields.' No fancy yields arc reported yet; bul "Lho eletator man 3 'so busy lhat he hasn't time to indulge In his ?oed long chat. .Mr. J. Hulls has-bought the farm now occupied by-.Mr. N. Just weal of Lhe ichool. He Is going lo build a house nl oace 'and move hTa family Into a good school district. 1 On Sunday, Sept. Hth, a new order will begin for the church services. Thsrc will be a Joint Sunday School arid church service at Conldalo al 11 a.m., and public at p.m. The paslor nnd congregation lake thin opportunity every- body agalo. Do'n't wall lo bo brought, but come along anyhow. Beginning ScpL Hln Ihu church BRITISH TRADE SHOWS MONSTER INCREASE LONDON, Sept. The board 6r trade figures for Augiut show that Im- ports .Increased and cx- porttf .fqcrcaspd The principal Increases In imporlg were In food, fn wool and In cctlon. Kxporta In- of anr] III all manufactured articles, which colton Increnaed Your Feet are Your Best Friend Why do you not treat them properly? Relieve thai Irritation from continual strain of standing or walking, on hard floors, and sidewalks. Hemovo the callouses from lhe bottoms, toes or heeli by proper treatment and a permanent one. If >ou have Ihese troubles the only reasons for It h weak or (alloii f relit s and Improperly fitted shoes. We lire qualified -Io relieve and nan correct the trO'iblG by Dr. Hcholl'n method of Foot relief nnd a pair of properly filled Irl all widths AA lo EBB. We know how, 43K TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J..NELSON 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BOILOINQ ;