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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AGK m WKDXKSD.VY, 10. 1910 p-co lo, whii-h is fci.ievtial differ- 10 thai in iho oJriy stages e! Hie Iberalb' HSbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisher! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lclhbrldgo FORTY YEftfiS AND TIME'S CHANGES. Forty jreirs ago. we ire told, a j column of the Manitoba froe Press j was (leveled io a forecast of the devel- or-mont o' thi? lanntcg and harness j indL'-iry ID The oullooV tfcf-e wa? a rosy one and of relation? bctMTCU this -ouuiry and Canada." salt! Mr. ChRs. Hifihaui. M. io a Press repns- senialke. "is regarded by all sensible I future, Pony have parsed, aud city LONDON July Mall from the Pritiih IleprvsenTative o( the Can- adian Associated "The promc- of .be day Mi sure ID TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office io-Jay (he anticipation of (our decades TlnJs ihe prospects (or ihe harness industry considerably diniSaistod rar ss regards 'atid the The, space of iorty years found a Dew factor la transportation and farm work encroaching oa the uses in which Umber Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates: Dailr, delivered, neek .Is Dally, dellreied, per year 7.50 Dally, bj- mail, per j-sar 5-00 Weekly, hy mail, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mall per year to U.S. Dales of explrv of ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers after eipiraliou date Is our authority to continue ihe sub- scription. ihe. horse the principal unit. The gasoline-driven car and machines have mide their appearance and kept forging ahead vlih rapid strides, dla- placing horse, and having their effect on the harness industry. So ere-at has been the depreciation in the harness that conster- nation has teen created In the ranks o: ihe harness manufacturers. Charles Duncan, of the firm ot Duccau Uros.. of Seattle, visiting Winnipeg, in- lervieired. He that lie liad lieeii travelling all over the ooutinent to He stated lhat ihrre a Canada who had large industrial plants. eitcnEire organizatlous, wide connection and ample capital PREMIER BORDEN AND THE VETERANS' BONUS. The more the action of the Prime 'jWnhter or Canada, in denying the veterans the consideration they asfeed [or ID tbe tualier of a commis? .going Into tho request for a Is considered, rbe mare uDsvcuuuinu-e business U seems. Even us a maker of Ibe introduction of the motor cllialion to the veterans, leaving C3r- Tfiey were all anxious to fcnou- everything aside. Sir Robert! were going lo do. In he found the managers, ot the al West Saddlery from western cities wuo nere.up against the same iejice. discussing the fulcre oE :he business. Mr. Darfcan was of the not merely as a mailer upon the map There Is more than one way losing a pan of your empire. You may IMS It over a lax on tea. or through tailing to keep In touch. ought, as a na- ilon, to have a deliberate iwUcy of (iropaganda (hroughoiit the1 pmpiiv, penetrate every scrap' of land painted British Ideas imuual intcrr.-l, but also as an honor- j and British Idesls; lo insist io a bun- able obligation. Can we over Interestiug ways thai we are one the Dominion's noble sacrifices in; family working and" moving io a coin- the vrar. or her courage arid deierml-j mon end. We hare Just given Canada nation in some of ihe fiercest of Its battles? "I see by rocenl records lhat of ihe uiea in ibo Canadian f refc re nee, ougjii io let be r ptoplo fcnoH" why we have done because Me love and honor her for tho i-.noble demonstration she has gives lhat lie nary-.Forces, some lost their j she Is vital to our empire." lives and nearly were wound- ed, They fought with gallautry surpassed by no troops IQ the world. 1 On the first day of Ihe Second Battle! ot Amiens they made an advance of no le55 than U.POO deepest advance. 1 am told, on any one day during the Their progress altogether in this bitite was about fifteen miles. shall never forget Iheir part, io the final victorious drive. It was they who broke the QucanL-Drocourt :-ecliun ol the yfndenljnrg line; it was they -who encountered ihe bille'rest slrcgffle of thev which cul- luinateil in the en inure of Cambral; the view or men shttated as he was. hours before ihe armistice came into in sliorl. in tba of men ID (he United States and in ;tnajority of British minds, is loday Borden would have been well-advised io have taken this step. IK hi? un- fair and unreasonable attitude he bas only taken the means of addiu? a FI- JI her element of unrest- in ihe per- of ilie dlsappointcil veterans, lo (he already existing rants o[ lie rest- less. As a foil to the reactionaries, a todysnch as tic veterans. In Iheir Cctimalioa ol law and order and of constitutional methods, is the hulwarfe. if tite State.- Thia it would net he well to antagonize. If lie veterans had for something im- possible, something which wsa ex- .tremely the case would be different. But. their request is a reasonable one and made in a. rrason- able Eplr'it. They only ask wbal ihe Government has accentuated as a Hue of policy, something in the shape of conciliation board. They have gone so far as ereo to leave it to (he G errimeut to decide Ibe measure of (he do hoi insist on any stip- ulated sum. They bave plans and proposals to submit which they slate belp difficulty in regard lo bonus whicu appears in ihe gov- .ernmenlal mind. This at least In or- should be allowed. ft. Impossible, to believe thai. Sir Robert Dorden will remain ubdurate to wbal is a fair request. He has still time to re-consider hl3 decision to granting the commission veterans HERR SCHMIDT OF MARKNEUCHEN. opiolon thaMn (be circumstances the1 natural business ,ol a saddler was to ;o into the macufacturiag of sioss and possibly automobile accessories. Progress has baft its effect oa the entirely disappear ani' more than-lie horse will be tome .extinct., the capiial ia- vesiefl and the labor employed will be deTotei lo other prposes Tviib, profit lo-ibe'one time' harness and ihn eipanslon of the labor market This 15 the general experience with ine changes time Forty-years ago the ranchers ruled in the western .prairly. His domain is to-day taken up by the wheat farm- er. new hate been lapped and has grown prolific wiib for the many. Forty years ago Ihere were many things whose fulure "possibilities were measared by the then signs ol the smonynious with 'gallant.' No than 53 Victoria Crosses tell to (he men frotu Maolelaud. besides nboul 15.0CO other praclical business man p.s ha is, does.nol think sound com- moivlal relations can long subsist on santimpnt alojie, lofty it may be; Tho keen edge ol FelMuterest-- whleh, in this case; Is the equivaieol of the -law-'of sclf-prcper- ruthlessly cut through the Icnderest of ties. A nation must live efore it can begin to feel. ''It has be-en, my conlention for High School Department Has Forty in ers Reorganize (From Our Ow TABKK, Sept. 9 The. Tabef schools no the r better. fear "we arc still, shors, for instance, nre amazingly dract of Canada tcmlbriallj-." T heard .man here Ihe other day'speak as f the Journey from Monireal lo Win- 'peg might be made during a Elrvgla Sht tn a piillman car. Like most of; us, -he had no conception of the vast latauces Ibat lio antic and Pacific seaboards of a land changes as the wtrld In il3 process ird. H of evolution mo To: Herr Saxony, Schmidt, of re-introducfis MarkneuLjtien, hlmieir. per postcard circular, to a certain puaical dealer in" the city of Leth- .bridge who has now departed to other Gelds as ready and willing to resume business relalious which wore tJistarbtd-by what." he- -terma this "troobltiibme1 war." In addition "lo bis musical loslmments, Herr Schmidt has as. his principal slock ID trade whaV'ls commonly termed ''a am Itf ed gall." This.plausible Hun in Lhe regard places' on his self-esteem granted lhat the firm bft and no- doubt, many more to he hag-, extended his Courtship, will be'Jusl as desirous as rcyke "Ihe good old relation" wilh'German maDufaclurera. He .looks -.on; the war ?_s merely a passing _.ildent. and asSiiruca lhat those to 'ifhOra wag opposed are only loo .ready lo mlmaler lo hia wanls In a appears to be' moviDg faster the old- er it gels. Everything these days ap- pears to be In ihe melting pot and it does seem in planning for the future, to consider the qulcfc changes of time and make provision for adapting present induslrfes lo future wants which the lightning progress of jibe iiresent day will Inevitably- bring about. There are changes ahead to which we should prepare to adapt our- The tne enterprise of the old harness In- dustry will be directed will make an interesting Just as much aa will be-the Ingenuity of war-lime in- dustry directed to the arts of peace "ConciliatloD" has been a bleared .word by the Government. Sorely that stioald .apply all round. employed city, in IxmdoD, Ont., are to receive E'O centa an ndiir. would not be a Ixmdon leamsl er! Sir Robert norden. In hts deaUn witn the veteiaus In their "preseni agitation, does not. appear to-be ex actly a man of tact, O. W. V. A.--Get What Veterans -sk, Thie la the new meaning o lera in regard to the comrnl; i 11 ic o in icgiira io ins Cum TnlS- .financial.way by purchasing Ills prtc- io loox into Iho matter ot the ioua musical InslruincoLs, ID ihlt meln'Hcrr-eBSurnea too much. j ]-Herr Schmidl'ia careful lo say ibat I Tnt rale of prom In sugar manufac. are made-by eiperla aod lure and dlairlbuUon Is to lie announc- opened their doars once more on Sept. 2nd to the schoolboy with bis satchel and Shinto- morning face, and by tho week-end enrolled 425 pupils. 01 this number 10 arc in Hign School and 41 the south side school, While the erkrollment Is about the same as lasl year, there ia a gratifying increase in ihe number attending Hie High school department. This is considerably lar- ger than ever before and Justifies Ihe trustees in engaging! an assialant lo Principal Gourd for Irigb school irork. The following is the staff most ol whom arc new teachers in the school: Principal Coula, B. .V. Mr any said Mr.-HUham, ".hat' Archie Dennett, Miss V. Heel, Mr. A. ur business men and the business f c. Stevenson, Miss llcshotli. Miss Me- ien lot Canada must got to one Murlery. Mrs. Sinclair, Miss Ulllftn Tufleland, Miss Thlel, Mrs. Harris, ilrs. Donald and MR. Brown. There baa been Ihe usual distressing prob- lem of boarding accommodations for the leathers; U looks as though WQ shall have to follow the lead of some country and consolidated schools and erect a suitable hostel (or the purpoaa or else prow our own'teachers: On September 26th; n field "day for school ill be held on ILe recreation business men 'are grounds. The matter is in the hands of corapelenl commillees and a program is being prepared. A nura ber of novel and Interesting eventa will be pulled oE. Teachers and pup- ils from neighboring schools are In vited lo be present and'participate in the Play-ground worlt undc the direction of the ular-gronud as Bociation ia being carried on, even- Tuesday and Friday aUernpona'on the school grounds. Miss Mary Bine was Jn adverlanlly omitted from the repor n[ Grade XI bxams. has] received irord that she passed Ihe grade wilh a con dlttoa in Algebra. The School Literary Society ba been reorganized and Ihe following of ficers elected: Hon. Pres., Princlpa Gould; president, Mr. Archie Bannet vice-presideni, Blue; treasurer Miss McWnlnoer; secretary, MI53 Frcol; editor of Ihe Cornel, Hugh Bryan; assistant editor, Gerry Franh- en. The society -will meet every sec- ond week on Friday afternoon. Long Siegs Front Mr. George Barclay who wenl orer- seas in 1014 with Ihe 201U Baiter? of I.clhnrMge, relumed last week to Taber. Though on active duty in France and Flanders from the lime he source of alleged information in this landed thero in 19H, with but two short holidays, he returns without a scratch and wllh a record of only Uro his ha as Europe. "And if Ilritish gnoranl of Canada territorially, of he weallh and variety of her natural resources, of the individuality and emulative spirit of her nine "grent provinces. its own govern- ment and legislation, how much'more are they !enomnl "of. Canada's trade conditions, of-local surpluses and re- quirements, and of Uie psychology and habits of her sturdy-people? f Canadian Trade Mission lo London, whicii we all the mark of Her own enterprise and sagac- T ask, is the British-Trade to Canada. I have heard ot one. Business men come-here in jaUallons from Canada Find the Jnitt'd Stales: why don't" our manu- "acturers and traders in faree num- bers go there? "Of course, know there are reasons. A Journey io the homeland ia natur- ally more allnring than a Journey from t.' The blood flows.lo.the heart more reely than It is driren But can assure my business friends that an investigation of Canada's trade possibilities Is more than worth while. Certainly, first-hand" Inquiry .-will be wore; fruiltul of serviceable Intorma- lion than any letter or visit lo the of (rade or other liigh-and-dry P IA AICKED-UP IN SS1NG I N II. Hunter. o( .liro ited to becodio rOH TUX UAN has paslor. The Odd Fellows lodgo it Coron- tlon has been A school fair will held al In iagor on Sept. 21. A uuion church, under direction of le t'rosbytcrlans. has been detcrui- oa at Pihuore. Sask.. and Hev. L. C. Bryan officiating a( tho service. A farewell banquet will be lendevod iy the of Taber to Mr Gor- .OD Dickson. manager of tho Royal BaoV, on Thursday. ScpL llth at 9 i.cj.. at the King Georgo Hotel. The G. V. A. and tLo Miners lanJ united on Labor Day to give the wyd and girls of Taber a good tima 1 the Recreation Grounds, A fine of sports was carried hrougb .ending up with a friendly asebaU game between the Fragments rom Franco and tho Tabor baseball earn. The evening the Veterans ield a banquet In Ihe King George lotel ,sotue 75 returned men being. prosent Dr. G. B. Roso lias purchased the lome owned by Mr. Gordon DicVson md will shortly move Into it. From Irrigation Board Fine showers of rain fell on Sun- day last but Ibis will not deter Ihe armors and business men from hold- ng their meeting on Friday, Ropt. 12 at 3.30 p.m. for tho purpose of form- ng an irrifatton hoard- Miners He on] an lied At a recent meeting of ino Miners of Taber, a union was organized In connection with the International, the ollowlng officers being temporarily ilcctcd: Presitlcnt, Joe. vice-president, William Pnterson; sec- retary-treasurer, Alex. Paterson. On Friday last, Black and McRoberls, oflicers of the tniu- ers union who with others have been blacklisted and refused TrorlfJn the local mines, were up before a tribunal .n and niicroscoplcany exaniined to see if there was any laiul of 0. B. Uism about them. They not yet heard whether (hey are to live or starve during tho coming winter. Tho Ureal Vi'ltfriiiis' of MeJ- dnii lint are moving for Ibe urguuiui- Ion of baud. Tho urgtinliatluD of social club uiiiDue [be HeKlna staff aivd employees of the C. 1' R. U A lodEP of Oddfellows in-1 slltuteil at Spirit Hirer. A branch of the IXimlnion Livestock i association lias brrn tho! Cooking 1-sko dlstricl. ,llcsloii, la agitating for thu JusUlulloD ot a park and playground. Merritt. U. C. has ambitions lo bo- come a midiag aud ceulra Trains are runulng ou tho Copper Mountain railway between rriuceloo and Allonby. The. Pridcc of Wales has been Invit- ed to visit Trail UreaJ has gone up a cent a loaf ut Uonners Ferry. -Wild hay is selling at high as J30 a ton ill Pitt Mwidoivs. II. C. Hev. J. If. Italian, of rorlagc la Pr.ilrle. .was lilt on tho ankle by u List week. The animal attached bitn M'hile ho wus riding u Mcyelr-. Piro destroyed the harn of G. Sinclair, an Aug. 22. The ham. Kranary. two ttacks of hay. and some chickens were burned. A SUNDAY CONCERT Just run through the big' uetv 612-pago Uccord >YH you FREE and you'll find practically ever? worth-white Uyiim and Sacred selection Haled. up YOUR OWN PROGRAMME for this week and bur- jour Victor records from ua. sell Vlctrolas at ?3i up wards on time payments. NW, UNITED Bilnioral Block Home of Vtttroli" W. J. Il'.ackwoll had tho misfortune to x i have, his separator, wagoue and a Tlie niomoriul monument to Use sol- threshing of barley, deslrtjy- iers of tjia Portage la Prairie distrlcl cd D5' ftrc on Monday. Is ncaring conuilellon. It ereclcil near the clly hall and is n L' H- Hrlsloll, KngllEh church piece of work. j niintslcr of parish, U.C.. bna I" left for Manlloba, ivhcre he has bctri Montgomery go! his hand c.iusht In Ilrliloll calno lo Lanfiley from the samo tho machinery, with tho result Ihni neighborhood only leal wlnler. ODO finger was broken and another __ badly crushed. Mr. and Mrs. George Dean, mo ot Considering populations, the Wlimi- peg riot of few weeks ago only s lea uarty wlion compared with wha'l Oak Lake's most respected citizens has taken place at Plumas, Mjn. for fully twenty years, ere nnniuer of returned men with a pany for England, Mr. Dfan haying sold his of harvest hands, did nol liko the farm to William Cochrnnc, lately r> they wcrc being used and proceeded turned from overseas. While burning nil old Btrfit En tbc vicinity of Rosebank, to duau up Ihe olfcnder. The fistic contest which took place resulted alftck James Coslcck having a badly swollen Sask., [uce. aountry. "Dnt senllmcnl decs, after all, counl Tor a good deal, eren in tradef" ?.Ir. Fligham hastened iof.AA. "Not direct- ly, perhaps, but in flic creation ot at- mosphere and thought. in giving vent to "Now what is the first thing that strikes (ho Britfsner on vleitlng Can- ada? Her size, her beauty, the vigor of ..her .people? Her. peaceful penetration by America! From her manner, of spEech, to her method ,of culling hair; from ber office equip- ment to her delights and amusements, she, is more .American Ihan British. Your Westerner, and raany a Canadian of-tho eaatcrn provinces ch'avca the back of hfs neck, cats roasted'pea- gum and.spits into gigan- tic cQspidors, like yonr veriiable Yank. "Thc'.ciplanation Is not eren America and she are such near.nclghborsy bill because America has" licnelraCcd Canada with her propaganda. All the picture days illness. An! luck dogged steps even on his holidays, for comes back irith a. bonnlc Tifo frae the land o1 heather. May good for- tune pursue them to the end of the trail. Miss McGregor, Irarelllng i of the Women's Missionary Soclely of Ihe Presbyterian church, will address the ladles of Knoi church on Thurs- day. Sept. lllh, al 3 p.m. al tho manse. An enjoyable afternoon lea, unler the auspices ot Knoi church Ladles' Aid, was scrred in Ihe home of Mrs. Gordon Dlckson on Wednesday, SepL 3rd. Mrs. J. H. RoWnson left OB Thurs- day last to spend two or three weeks at Banff. Mr. Allen, of Coolidge and Allen, has purchased Mr. BarakVhouse and will move hl3 family Into tow B (or the lor. Andra Danyluk, Infant of Mr. N. ill objection." Wa should -'rerafnd ihla Impudent solicitor that whetiier-hi8 musical inslrumcnU nre innde' by.ciperls, or not, the mere fac'f fha( thpy come from Germany i objectionable enough. Herr Schmidt his kind have still their period of to go through and lo show .1 more contrite nnd repentant spirit ..taon.lhey at present do, before the Canada are In the least (o touch or plar the I mcnla be Tlcal wii] 'be'a long long lime yet n'nd not until manufactilrere ot the Lrltlsli and Allied countries cease from lurnlns ,Lbem out. Meanirhllo this piiahing German with els "goodjOlil relation" antl his "tood old Blaff'. can have the "good old time" of using his Instruments at ''cheapest prices" (or Ihe new tune which, hia kith and kin will bave (o houses and nickel shown are run on I Danyluk, died on August 31et and Ihe American srelom and nhow Ameri-l wa3 htirlcil tho next day al Ihe Taber can fliuis. The very Ihealrca arc the] cemetery, Hev. F. W. Taylor conduct- happy playing grounds of American ing the sonice. companies. For years 1 have ham- On Sunday, Sept. 7th, Florl Estella, cd hy Judge Holuon when he visits Calgary on Thursday. This r.hould be sweet news. In the mailer ol Ihe school children taking a part in Ihe program mapped out for the Prince, the Idta la a good j one ID making the rising goncralfo-i j acquainted with Ms Future King. j Everyone In l-cthbrfdgc Is lo have the opportunity of shaking hanfa win the Trlnce when he Is here. TJiis -should satisfy everybody In making the welcome lo Ills lloyal Highness a people's welcome. morod away al this fact, lhat if you have objecl or a morte of living thrusl upon you long enough, you will begin to Jlke U, and In the end begin lo love II and lo Imitate II. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrfl. Hoy Henderson, patpied away. Death was due to tuberculosis, resulting from tho 'flu. The body was Interred In the Tobcr cemetery on Scpl. 3lh, the Key The report ihut a meeting ot the undertakers of the city hag been held 'n which a resolution was passed lo forward their lop hals to the cily comralsslonerK .for Ihe Prince's visit has nol been authenticated SHOE TALK What causes flat foot and broken arches? In many nasM with children II Is caused because Ihe'paicnts forgel Ibai Die fool is longer when standing on the feel than when silting anil they do nol allow for this as well as growth. Thla crowtls tho U and causes troubles that Uio wearer aulfcrs from Ih later life. We know how lo fll children's (cct. Ilrlng them lo us. ASK TO BE FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AQES W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING 5 5 c a package before the war i a package during the war and c a package NOW THE FLAVOUR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! ;