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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOUnN LKTHBHIDGR KEHAIJJ THUHSDAY, SEl'TEMHKH II. She DAILY AND WEEKLY Fnfrittors and Publisher THE LETHBHIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 129 Street Soulh, LeUibridae W. A.. Buchanan Prwlienl iud iUnigioE Director Mil) Torrance Business Minase not B concession but as a tree jauard s-e-iuc-d: as a rU'.u :md urerog- j alive. There was no argument >vliicti iMs in jho way ihey sensed ihelr resiwnsibiliiy to iho Slate and lived up to thai reipoasi- bitiiy at a lima of crisis. lu ros'Anl to iho women may be said (o bavo won a bloodies a victory. Men have gained the polit- ical rijrhis they now enjoy by count- less struggles. WOEWOU hive achic-vcd I all itai me LI have foughi tur by ihe> tacit acceptance lhal they are fully pointed Lo ibe 53rue. TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office 1252 122-1 DEMOCHATIC REPKESENTATIVE OF A DEMOCRATIC HOUSE. Tbe Prince of Wales in his tonr Member Audit Bureau of 1 Subscription Rates: Dattv. delivered, JHT week -la Daily, year 7.53 Daily, ty mall, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S, 2.0i> Dales ol aiplry of subscrintiona ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ol papers, after eipirallon dale k our authority to continue tna sub- SOLVES 1 FEED of Acres Oats Have a Wonderful Growth Since liains in. Kornierly ive tour trains per Jay with only Mis. J. Mhtton. Miss Bessie Thomas ana -Miss lliokfiml, chlct tele-, Bc operator If Ii tur 1'orilauJ. Eon, las', week, vhore they will reside iu the (uture. Mr. T. 11. Davis has left tor his home al Emmet, Idaho, where to will spend tte winter. Dr. and Mrs. Carson were In town for the weekend. Tiey Ihe gucsls ol Mr. and -Mrp. John Mar- shall. understand tiat the doctor is considering locating here and estab- lishing a practise. O'jn Vl'LCAN. Alia., Sept. ing, as Tar as cutting Is concerned. inroneh Caaada Is cslsblisnine (he '3 completed in this district, ei- ceptiog-a quintily of oals. etc. that! hive eomo en since Ihe heavy rata' we.haj here about five weeks 'act that ho is typically democratic ot A democratic Royal House. R is this distinctive trait ol royally, as by the King rind his Thts second growth has been almost ________ .__ .....0 ___ Phenomenal here, and to prove. family. which has cnilwed them to' !hal is on map Ihe peopie of Ihe British Empire hns made klnsship stanlo by the cs-iof acres of Brain Ihat looted absolule- of its roots iu the hearts 'F dead and willed have grown more tban h'sl1 iu lhal Bna and In iho affection of tho British! MCe m lnal ana OAHDSTON1, Sept. only R mnke excellent green feed whcu Ihe few days before his demise, the well P Sir. Thomas L. Wilson Victim of Of Kenneth Sloan (From Our Owp _. CUnDSTON', Sept. only R in the relations it holds to Jects. This Ihe Prinre of VTales la his present rislt haa not tailed to and ip a democratic peoplo to what in irs relation (o the Dominion anJ lo tfie Empire raeaDS. Tbe Prince of Walea in bis visit l_0 PARLIAMENT AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. H must appear to the ordinary ob- server that much time has been need lessly consumed al Ottawa orer ihe Peace Treaty and Canada's status in Lbe League of Nations. With the debate that Is going on, there (s what is no tiling more nor less than a sp ting of hairs as tc the position the Dominion Is placed ID. the terms j Canada is attended by a suite of the Treaty ol Versailles and in the j only numbers tight, much smaller covenanl ol the League of Nations, 'may be all very interesting and edi- Jying to those who raise technicalities and bring forward supposUious cir- cumstances which may infringe on ihe rights nnd privileges of Canada. But to Hie ordinary individual the whole process is Canada'sent ner accredited repre- sentatives to the Peace Conference. They had an inner knowledge by'their Coafercnce ot all ihe terms conveyed in the treaty and in the covenant wblch'lud a bearing on farmers decide to cut iL This has i known farmer. Mr. Thos, Dntaio has been well described lojiinrl'rally sol red (he feed problem! H'Hson. hod been seen doing business a "veiled republic.1' and tho ex- in Parl ol Lho country, and It our streets, it tame ns a shock when the news of his death ou Sun day rooming spread very rapid 1> among tbe people gathered in Card lie ample of the present Royal that Iliero. he any acute shortose in this district ue sorose n s src has never ta.led to and }-caI.. Manv -the crops are lurn- ideuluy Ujts acceptance ol nilerslri] ulership j ing out as a pleasaui surprise its sub- fanners. Although the straw L to the ston for the Young People's conveu rp.m ___________ -3 short, Itlon. In time to help the Mr. Wilson had spent most of his heads lo fill, and aave ?Ecn some very fine specimens, of -wheat. Ihla lifL> iu this locality, coming from tho Stales when a child of some live or Ibis democratic demeanor means much btjiger operators, and Ihfiy hare In In lha knowledge thereby gained as'overy Proven a decided success. year, i'auy headers were sold lo years with his parents. -Mr. and It j than has ever helorc attendee! Ihe Heir Apparent upon any Journey lo the overseas Doainlons. In the the status the 'Dbmfnitin. went -Ihefe. full pur "Tbey fighta and- privileges of Canada. In tb.e--.iray some of the "members Some of thorn have iuid tor them- Mrs. Thos. J. Wilson, who have located In LeaTitl lor over twenty five years. selves more than once already. The deceased came up through the have proveu tneiusplres very local schools (faf shine- al Cardstou ISI. (From Our Own O.N'KFOUR. Sept. real rate ell yesterday and we LaTO hopes ot lelng able to rtoir this till. Hnrvey Cupp anj Clnrtuce Murphy if Orlou aro working ou the tinch. Thuro Carlson relumed Saturday rom Lethbrldge, where he filed bome- Iml on the NAY. ol See. for M3 irol'-ier.Aiel Carlson o[ Detroit, Michi- gan. The local U.V.A. met Saturday eve- ning al j. .Maynanl's residence ind discussed Irrigation nailers and ho opening o( lauds ia erailns leases lor leltlement. J. K. Catree. Ihe lone tanner ol ts becoming somewhat ol an ei- perl Bt huntiDE coyotes. In a recent demonstration he polled bts gun bar- rel through a rear wheel of Alei. Lindsay's democrat and by an Imper- cepliblo boomerang movement Ehot a suoke out o( the wheel. The coyoto ;avo him the laugh and trailed ot[ Into the EI P lA AICKED UP IN SSING TUB BUSY MAN Nelson has 200 pupils la her high school and a staff of BOVCQ teachers. Quita a number of soldiers are UK- lag the I And. at Creston. A tranch or the Great War Veterans' association Las been' established al Morris, Man. Thirly years ago Hugh Hunter was govcrument ugeut at G'ranUc Creek and is sllll on iho Job. Now grain -shocking machine, gircu a trial in South Dakota, proved a buc- COS5, I Many breweries in the UnHcd Sinter arc hclns rt mode lied into milk sU- Two priests al Stillwalcr. Minn.. vero killed when their auto was struck bv n train. American Hungarian Federation will stare a camtulEn for to help Hungary. Atca of Lhc United Stales is TS9 miles, exclusive ol Alaska. A SUNDAY CONCERT Jusl run through tlie big lleconl catnlog jend you FREE and vuu'h tlnd nraclically every worth.-while Hymn and Sacred Eelcclion listed. Make up YOUR OWN PROGRAMME for this week and buy your Victor records Troni us. _ Wo sell ViLlrolag at up- wards on ilme payments. HASONUISCHUHIID Bftttnoril Block "The Koma of Slz Ohio dairy firms were miMclod vestments. The grain ripened and was one of ihe first Ip locate up- so tbat there was not the usual diffi- in (he Mclntyro lease when It wns culty eiperienced ID having to cut! thrown open lor settlement. He had It In patches. We have had uo frost I a fine ranch there which was leased as yet, bul do not expect it lo boia year and he purchased a at much longer. where his children would re- be duct shooling season opened Iceive better school privileges. His tfce suite Tvblch ias been accuslomca I li'-Uh" ,baDE on, lhe boom ailment Is reported 10 accompany him has numbered nearly twenty. A feature of the en- tourage of (he Prince Js that it fs without A has heec appointed at the Xone oi attillerj- could be beard from every direction. the drouth this game fairly plentiful, and Lhey are in good condition for the cuisine; The Vulcan band is lining up for desire ol the Prince. This is one more proof or his democratic nature. FAff-REACHING EFFECTS OF. THE DROUTH. r Edmonton papers nro greatlv CQU- ccrned-orer Ihe droafh that bas been prevalOQt In. Sonthem Alberta. The i practice and has secured the services Mr. had been diabetes and by physicians that he coulrt not expect lo survive for many months. His wife, Mra. Addle Robinson Wilson, is also well fair ntsl year. Oh well, forsooth he has had enough glory anyway. May Instal Waterworks -Active steps are sTlasl being lafcen in regard .to. installing a waterworks in Vulcan. The mayor. Mr. Butchart, .who has lately relumed trom a three .effect It.has had on the months" visit lo h's old home .In northern ol the, province. The England, is securing estimates in re- locally, having taken her high ___-wort -here and afterward of Ihe CarmaDsar i teaching for a number o! years in orchestra, as an inslruclor, so. lhal Cardslon 'and vicinity. we expect Sansa will he out ol H when "As a man and'a usetal citizen. Mr. it comes lo Belting ihe Job .at the Cal-1 Wilson leaves au eaviaWe record. He imspine that the Dominion foreign country'Witb DO'particular lalfon lo the Empire" as a-whole. Canada, as Veil as the other Domin- ions, part of the British Empire- but. a :-fabrlc the -whole. What, concerns Empire .or ,any part ol ttia same 'concerns 'her in- take 'any qiher, Tleyi1 Blaiu'a 'in has _" by the part II lojk in the dfefence ot Empire at a time when .with ibe whole every part was equally rnptiaccd. ,'The pi-olracled debate that is going on is a' weariness to the Hesb and a prolongation ol whal should long ago have-com a to a tacit and unanimous ajfTBemenL The controversy that h a the States 07er the League and the Peace Treaty my be perhaps nililerj land able but when Gomcibing of'the hind1 la being Introduced into Uie House at Ottawa IL betokens ati inclination on IhQ part ol some to tiik for lalking'a sake. WOMAN HAS COME TO HER OWN. -'The latest country to Tall ID line iritb the TnoToment {or giving women .the vote Ig Italy, There, alter lllty- six years daring which the question .has been debated, women have been granted the political franchise. In tte pranllng of the franchise lo the ijxpmen of Hair, U Is Blgniflcanl ttal !jibe measure went throagb with very little opposition. This implies tbat tb.6 new BJalas ot women Is becoming universally recognized. -Woman has come Into her own by 'i silent force, a force ivMcb haa cx- crled llself without any pressure cllhcr within or without the ranks of TR'omen. J.lhc the silent forces of .Nature, Unseen but yd active, woman's Influence for good In the war that bas ;-Just passed has won (or woman. In far less time end with belter grace Ihe purl of those who have caplt- uUlcd lo the logic of her claim to the franchise, a victory whlcli tbe un- .agJlatlon of loud-voiced -III-goTerned suffragettes would bare mHnyjXeara, to obtain and complimsnl '-to the The wnr gave woman the opp6rtunpori themselves as delighted with e sight of real green vegetation ;md ood crops. Miss Hamilton, alter visiting her sler, Mrs. Deri Taylor, has returned her work as In the Lethbridge ospital. 'Mrs. Urquharl, mother of Mrs. (Dr.) endera, is returning to her home in larkham, Ont. Mrs. (Dr.) Grcemvay has been vislt- ng al the home of Dr. Henders. Miss Horspool went home to Lelh- ridge for a visit last Saturday. Mr. Scofleld, the new public school nspector, has arrived In town. He ntends mating Foremost his head- uarlers. 'Mrs. Stinson has relumed Jelling in British Columbia. and manner which Jo .effort anil, achleye- S: i; i.Tp witnVen an a whole (t must hf of pride dial tbe In measure U hae been adopted, crime e haa been dried out (or the last three years' end thai anybody migrating lo hat region of aridity must abandon lopo vrhon he crosses the torder." Whal the Bulletin saya TS no doubl very tnie. But there la a tar heller way to overcome the refers to .than by a campaign It suggests on the parl of the Dominion Govern- ment lo correct Iho Impression over Ihe border by bringing to the. know- ledge of Ihe people (n the central and western Elates thai tbe northern dls- Irlcts In tho Canadian Wcfit have not] been subjected lo Llio condillona pre- vailing In the southern districts, The butler way Is lo cut Ihe ground completely from the -feet ..of Ihoso who are making Ibe' rnost of drouth conditions In the Eomin-or Alberta by j glTlng thera rta rezson at all for play- Ing tho r Ramp Ihcy 'aro at. This ia to make' pr'Ment'cpndtllpna such as wi unh-card-of prices that land-Is for. down there, and he saya "he all the more satisfied with Alberta and the enndfliojis lhat prevail herel He hag consldtrable holdings here him- self, and haa hcen a very successful farmer, A petition was recently forwarded to the porlmastcr general requesting a mnll service for Vulcan from the north ou" (fie "Spokane Flyer" has been granted, and we now have three mails per diem. This is a grcaf convenience for the reason thai I gives the business man a, chance to deal with his correspondence before after Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr, eon of leneral Cornelius Vanderhllt, is worl; ns for Ihe New York Herald as a cub" reporter at J25 "a week. the liuic was badly under ihe it (tlucucu ot something bcaldc SImilki water Major (I. Anderson has realHLii! the nostuiaslcrsnip ol Slar City, iii will fuiuni to Prince Albert to nil: over Uic jnajiagctncnl ot Hie Wester Commercial college. CadwcU. 14-yeirold girl c Drowning, Sask., is dead in Lompnnt hnspital as Hie result of nn ace id cu slip was run over by a team c horses ntlaclicd to a hay rake. Between Sept. 1, 131S, and Sept. Kamsack branch of the Grei Is year aulos, valued al War Veterans' association lias decic were stolen in Detroit. Of cil to rcconnnrnd to Iho town these were recovered. Ilnal lhc lo ihe fallen lak _ llic forcn ot n monument. Frnche llrosM of Grand Forks, have i a hen lhat sometimes lays a six-ounce' yjko Nicliolo, a young man work j charged with conspiracy trade. Landlords In. SI. Louis who c ciorbitanL rents -will have ihoir t-iies raised accordingly. Xogro veterans of the war mny be- come members ot the American IjC- gion, bul composition la left lo local posts. Jos. Ijuzon. arrested at Dclrlot, ift believed lo hnvc committed 100 Lurg- nrics ihcro with loot estimated at egg. A Tot of slrango stories como from C l forks. Lieut. WrJter Trues well was acci- deolally rUowned in Okanagan Lnkc. near PenlicloD, where he was bathing. They arc building sidewalks tn Trail and the old cioclor' palhs ara" being eliminated. Ono man at Llllooet has a field of 800 acres planted in potatoes. Tint man has a chance- to make a fortune this lall. Two automobile owners were lined J23 each tor reckless driving" In Prince- ton. IL is satd IfKil.tmc.of the driven ing on Ihe farm ol Kyluk, Jusl sout! of was struck and InBlanU; killed by He had Just lc( Lho house and was on his way to Meld where he had been The Ilcd Deer Athletic associalloi hns been disbanded. All tba alhlcli tbe week are opiin to Ihera. .This arrangemenl B been made consequence at the 'increasing num- bers applying by mall and In person for this pleasurable privilege, She: "And LOT Is your bachelor Tie: "When eaw laji ho was mending slowly." She: "Indeed! I didn't know he T hcen 111." He: "He hasn't been. He was sew- ing some buttons on hla clothes." not .recur, of. Irriga- tion. ThU'wItl hft'of 'benelit lo thn south .tho. face o( whal the Rdrnonton papers adduce, of benefit lo Uie north, With thJp In view ihi northern papers nltould unite In cfforl This (o brmg irrigation At south III. completely tfbMV tiiiyCMritf the rcffuctfon In the south. lends lo of rortli. i Boys and Girls YOU WILL WANT A PAIR OF RUNNING SHOES FOR THE SCHOOL SPORTS Wo arc headquarters' (or deciding of this hind and can give you what you ivant al THE PRICE THAt SUITS. OKI thftsc curly ahd lizvc Irjls tjt practise. Wcliavc a prize for Hie toy under 12 years, gclllnj the highest number of, points for day. Gel In on It. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOB ALL AGES W. J, NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING "The GRANARY and FEEDING Grounds of SOUTHERN ALBERTA Because ihe COALDALE DISTRICT has been heralded far and wide as the only place in the North West worth looking at this year, the impression seems (o have gotten around thai land has advanced very rapidly and lhat it is too high, for the ordinary farmer to is a mistake, land may still be this district for very reasonable prices and on very good terms. We have quite a-number or very good deals and we invite your inspection, bul do not wait too long. Buy IRRIGATED FARM now in an established district, with water actually on it, you can pay for it before the proposed projects are even started. Remember this Coaldale is producing no more this year than it does in ANY year, it is this regularity of production, regardless of the weather condi- tions that puts the COALDALE DISTRICT in front of any olher district in the North West. Hie Coaldale Fi See for yourself the hundreds and hundreds of stacks of alfalfa, and you will not wonder why all of the delegations that come to Southern Alberta this year arc taken through this is a sight for sore eyes. II you want irrigated lands see us, we have been in this district for FIFTEEN YEARS and expect to slay here, this experience should be worth something, any land in this district that we do not.know is not worth knowing; DO NOT BUY ANY LAND IN THIS DISTRIST without knowing all about, the water this information we can give you. We have irrigated land to exchange for live sheep or cattle, we have pastures to rent for grazing, we have buyers for sheep and cattle and hogs for feeding purposes, we haVe a buyer for two hundred head of calves and yearlings. In fact we are the HEADQUARTERS for anything pertaining to IRRI- GATED LAND. THE SUGGITT AGENCY COALDALE Coaldale, Alberta IRRIGATED TOWNSITE Office Phone R 207 Residence R 810 Lethbridge Exchange ;