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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TllURSn.VY, SlilTKMUliU It, 1910 TI1K UlillALD, PAGE NIN .P. HER POIR10 BE DEVELOPED Kriflsh Association For Ad- vancement of Science Hears Facts From President MOUnXKMOUTII, Kaeland, Sept. 11. address ol Sir Charles Parsons. president of tho British Association lor the Advancement of Science, and HIG speeches of tlie presidents of tho rarlous sections ot the association de- liveroj at llio opening eotEion of Its BTlh annual meeting here yesterday developed no Etcrtllng discoveries made, sluco the IB-I meeting in 191G, ssidb from devices used In.lha war. Ml (be speakers urged adoption plan of scientific re- acarch. Sir Charles F'arsoug alen spoke of He sald'there were brgr horsepower, ot which already was harnessed England, he said, possessed less Lhan one per cent, ot tho world's water power. IM5QU3BlnE the future, Ihc pirsJclen' remarked Ilial Lha nations which liat iecn those who developed to the great client their resources, manufac- utea and commerce. "Dut TLewIng th present trend of developments In har- LesshiE waterpower and using up the uel resources ol the world one can not but reattie that lailtai; uav and unexpected discoveries In science, the reat position of England can not he maintained for an Indefinite perlo.1 At sonio tlmo more or less remote and before the exhaustion ol our coal the population will gradually migrate to thoae countries whore natural re- sources and energy arc most abuitd ant, he said. President Famous paid a tribute lo tne research conducted by Protestor P A. Adams, of McQIU Unlverelly, to ward Investigative the earth's Interior Sir Hugh. Bali, president of the sec Qtt pt economic .acleace and lies, reviewed the labor Elluatlop. Re crrluff Lo tlie prcwnl unrest, he said "A cure will come, but it may comi after great suffering hu been InTUctei on the eutlre community. Parllamen can Impose on tlie employer, whethe private or sUte, the payment ot i cer lain wage it the man is employed, bu most Influence In the war had one thing it can not do Is to compc BLUE RIBBON TEA. It is easy to say a thing is matter to prove it. Blue Ribbon Tea will stand every test. TRY IT. man's employ ID cu l at a wage vhlcb price of the arlklo Lo II not lo pay. Tbo man will jIn unemployed. That Is Ilie dras- remedy which economic law lin- nets. We must make Industry Bc-lf- Uied. The tqpo lh.it the rrlDg of ownership from the InJlvl- lal to the state vlll oBablo us to y more Is foredoomed to disappoint- ed." Hr. Dulniage Hells Is Leaving F. A. Discusses Relief Question IRLOTPttCE Declares Old Dutch Fued With Britain Has Keen Washed Away Forever tirmly, and by constant use it becomes slightly larger covers muro of his head than any hat bo ever wbro lie leaves the and irlea on a si Iff or soli fcai of the tuo he usually -wore, but, having acquired The habit of a fuller bead covering, he cannot gel Tils old size to fit comfort- ably, and instead ot having a 6% he haa a 7 or a lie this sizo! facturer. has been acquired by WeU cuvt-re the head well, and does wot i inlereaU which fmrlude Lady Rhou blow off easily. Ida, for BIG BRITISH STEEL DEAL LONDON', Supt. ol John Lysagh, steel man CAPE TOWN, Sept. hoaBC of assembly was crowded when the bill for the nUINcillon Uie peace treily was Introduced. Gen. SinulB, the new premier, hat the liouse- would not be doing it uly to the world If any amendments were accepted which might in postpone ratification. Conse quently no matter outside of ratifies Ion would be discussed during tli lot ale, eiceul the vital matter of tlic economic situation. Premier Sraula. iu concluding, de- clared that there was also a longing desire for peace in South Africa. The Dutch had no feud against The Drill ah and desired to live with them in peace and unity. The British, ho stated, re- Enacted the Dutch character. It was GoJ's will that thcro should bo peace, and he hoped thai this great peace would wash away [orevcr all differ- ences among South Africans. (Cheers.) fVfon Our Own CoTTfsiwwi BOW ISLAND. Kepi. 9--The pantry I sale and tea which was held in llic rest room on Saturday afternoon, Sept.' under (ho auspices of the Ladles' Aid of Uie I'ultcd church, was a finan- cial as well as a social success. The cash receipts wore which was quUe pleasing to the soclelr. On Saturday evening. Sept. 60i, the TJ.F.A. and U.bYW.A. held their regu- lar meetings in the rest room, but the was not very good- The matter of relief for this district was the subject under discussion, by bolh societies, as they real lie that during tho coming winter help will be needed In many cases. A further order for fnilt, elc, was prepared the U.F.W. A. to send lo Siimmerland, 13.C. Real estate is chaaglijg hands iu this town. Mr. A. P. Dulmage sold his cottage ivlth four loU and nice trees to Mr. Murray for fl.GQi) In casli. We regret Ibis as it means (hat Mr, tad MM, Dulmajeand family arc leav- ing Island afier a residence of ten years. They expect lo leave in early October for U.S.A. 'Mr: Arthur Macli haa disposed of his neat bungalow, situated on Olquist :trfcet; lo Mrs. Jas. Hurd, the price received beitls I2.4W in cash. At pres- ent the house is occupied by Dr. and Mrs. Baynes, hut it will shortly be occupied by Mr. and .Mrs, S. V. Hurst. Tlic Anglican Ladles' Aid met at tho Banking Service VOUR banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with .every confidence that careful and efficient service will be rendered. Our facilities are entirely at your THE CANADIAN BANK .OF COMMERCE tM a Tcll-attended meeting or Lho Letlibridge Trades and Labor CouncI delegates on record as sup- porting Ihe G.W.V.A- In regard lo the bonus scheme, and the following reso- lution was ordered senl to the secre lory o[ the local brancb of Lbe G.W V.A.: "llesolred. ttiat IMs Lethbridge Trades and Council at ,a meet jne held on Wednesday, Sept. 10th, support anr action ther G.W.V.A. may ,ke regarding the bonus scheme, and i at lha'Trades Council Is prepared i render aid in support of any action tej- tafeo; alao condemning the gor- mmeat13 action m refusing com- liesion." The Trades Couivcll also decided to ork In conjunction with Ibe Leth.-, ridge branch of the Dominion Lai or arty at a mass meeting to be held r. the Majestic Theatre on Sunday vent UK next. The meeting is being called for the purpose o[ discussing bonus scheme, and prominent neakers'are.being 'engaged lo addrcs! ic meellnj. LETHCRIDGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK' RIVER BRANCH R.T.BRYMNER, Manager J. H. S. GORDON, Manager J. V. STEEL, FARMERS' BUSINESS For the past 64 years, this Bank has Riven particular attention to the business ot Farmers. We have helped many over the rough places, "and have' aided mainy more to the highest plane of success. We are prepared to extend you every aid "Within legitimate bahkinfj'practicc. Come in at any time and talk over your fcffaira with us. You are alwaya'urelcome. BANK aJ. 'OF CAKADA. Established 1664. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNINOT Bslor... Munllrl, >K AUCTION SALE C TDMDRRQW, FRIDAY ON THE PREMISES, 523 TWELFTH ST. A. NORTH f.M O'CLOCK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION A GUANTITV OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 'V5i! Jticl'irtlng: V.c'ijr good act oik dining chain; i (r.nslon dlnlriR lablo; couch iipholalercfl In tapestry, food enrfel Kqnari! find; occnslonnl lahle.i; urldng (nble; ilrop leaf table; S-rtny clock In gooil unlcr; rockhig chntrA; ami chairs; mcdlclno lioir'cl; ,'cliess'or nml two'4-6 bcils, icomplclo wllh springs hnrt hllchcn cnnlrs. Unbleumg; pictures; gnrdeii I6oja; .wash (uh; kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS'CASH WADD1NCTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE HALIFAX, N.S., Sept. Adri allc, which arrlrert yesterday with >000 returning soldiers and their de icndents, came in with her flag mlf-mnst, this on account or the death at sea of P. F. Young, general agen >f Ihe While Star Line at Philadelphia The body was forwarded to Phllade! >hla from Halifax. Among the returning officers wa Major Gen. Lindsay, commanding th Canadian The commandln officer was 'Major Courtney, SOD c tie It to Bishop Courtney, who recenl. y lias been connected "with the do mobilization ol troops. Hon. A. K. MacLcan, who Jias bee overseas for R couple of months, passenger on tho steamer. Tit ke. fend Duchess of Sutherland TL_ nboard, us also was tte Earl of Cnm pcrdown. ]ome of Mrs. Geo. Ridgedale last Thursday alternoon. ,One of their meiutoTB, Mrs. Jas. Russell. Is soon ;o leave for her new home In Xorlli Dakota, and-the society-took this op- portunity to express .tt? her their re- gret at her.departure ami also to av: lend their best wishes: for ner future as well as to present to her a slight token to remember them silver sugar spoon and a cream ladle. A de- licious luncheon was served during the citternOOH by the hostess, assist' cd fcv Mrs. A. -HobSOD. The Catholic Altar. Society met al the home of Mrs. P. "Moerke on Thurs- day afternoon, Sept. 4Lh. Several vIsKore Joined the members during I afternoon and at the close of the business meeting a pleasing lunch was served by the hostess. On Thursday afternoon, Sepl. IS, the society will meet with Mrs. J. McCartney. TOULOITOW night, ID St. Andrew's church, a reception will ba held for trie members of the public school staff. H is hoped that many will take la opportunity to and wel- me lo our town Uiose who have roe to .teach and help guide our ivs and our girls. Mr. and Mrs. If. J. Pringlc, 1st Ave., avc had as their guosts Mrs. Priogle's, arenls, from Saskatchewan. Mrs. Oliver went _on Thnrsday to iTii'bridge, where she is spending ime days with hor sister, Mrs. C. Mrs. H. J. Prlnglc nnd parents were uests at the home ot Mr., and Mrs. T. Hands, Sunnymeade, last Thnrs- ay. 'Mr. Ralph Slone left, for the nortn few da ye ago. Mre..Arthur Mack andkson relumed i Saturday after rt1 pleasant vlalt pent at tho Judson 25 miles -om Tober, Miss Lucile McT-Ai-en spent the at Sunnymeade, the guest I Mrs. B. T. Hands. Mr. Thompson, "Thfi Raleigh as moved lo Grassy Lake, Mr. E. TravlEB'is moving in from he country and will tocciipy the housa ELCulcd by Mr. Thompson. Our postmaater.'Mr. 'VvTiilcliead, has moTed his lamiJy into the bungalow ecenlly vacated by Mr. Hutchison. Mrs. Van Cleve has moved to town 10 her daughter may attend school, .''linnKA 'on ind fa sdflled: In' a'1.house 'on bridge Ave. Dr. Baynes Is leaving shortly lo lo- cale iU Cralgmile, Alia. Mrs. Hnyncfl arid remain hore couple ot weelii longer. Dr. and Mrs, as '.heir gueala the doctor'G parents, Mr. and tJa'mei, ol SI. .Thomas, Onl. Mr. Williams, public .'s6hool Inspec- tor, made a.' brief- visit at Dow Island school totJay, tut will make his olli- lal vim later. Mcaara. A. p. Rolfe, Dr. Peterson, A. Hobson, H.-- Roberton and W. A, Balem-m.-tnembera ot' the local MBaonlc Lodse.-Firr gueBta-of tha Eontc Lodge al Taber tonight. MtN'ft HATS LARGER 1'rince Khan Puts End To Re port of Protectorate Which Has Spread in Europe PRl.VCB OP WALES' SPECIAL EN ROUTE, Sept, are turning out In force at smaller towns along route to smet Uie Prince of Wales, even nl places where Iho train 'docs, not slop. At Mlnnedosa, In tho very small hours the prince was awakened wllh cheers anil singing of the EVat- fonal Anthem by life'crowd on Ihfi platform. The prince was awakened by another crowd .at Wynyard before bretkfasl this morning, people 'clanr orlng for a sight ot him until some body shouted "sleepy heftd" under the prince's windows. Flawless weather promleei success for the Saskatoon this afternoon. A Curlout Retult ef the War (From a CorrcBpondcnl ot tKe London Times) Arc men's heads growing larger? This >s a ojieelUm which manutaclur- ers of hats are aaVlng jual now, for Iho orders -which are coming through at present reveal a marked Increase in sizes. The standard sizes former- ly were 8T4, but now they aro by no means popular. Instead, Iho mtjorlly of hats are mario In sizes ipom 6W to A man wearing a hat over 1 ufrd to-bo credited with tveunerabun dance o( bralna, and II a batter was asked to get a friend a slio hat.ho usually had plenty of banter or, flat lexy rendy, united to tbo Customer's taste. Manufacturers arc''Inclined 'to thi holler thai It, la a result of the war Onn manufacturer safd that .palliolo- glsts h0 had consulted, wcrc.'of optn Ion that the Incessant gunfire on .the "Wtistcrn front hfcd caused men's head to increase a little'In It had been proved that men suffering from shell shocX '.leaTlpg' hosplta coutd not wcpr lhe: cap they had be they were itrlckcn down. Mr. Head, T.- find W Walker, hat mamifmclurirs, of Ponton bellr.TCB In another- fiplAhntfon thoiigh-he does definitely nsflcr It's vnlMHy. 'lie he IUfl a khnW can In th S. railroads must trfina. port COTPRCE (it regular tare, with a minimum charge of (1, provided, giort gels one which will come wo corpses and coffins do not wclgli more ilowc over Ms head with the neak len than 900 pounds, >.Uti the 'eycbron, II fits I Jin hna IN all McClary's Models, unusual conveniences are found. The exposed surfaces arc covered with hard-baked black enamel, which needs no black- leading. Every part of Mo CLuy'sCas Ranges.including inside of the oven, can be cleaned with a damp cloth. Many lypes to choose from. Gas Ranges Inquire from Local Hardware Dealers. II to Work Scores of Women in homes, stores, offices and factories are not fit to be at work. 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