Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR SEPTKMBE1V12, BLbeita DAILY AND WEEKLY Prof neters and THE LETHBRIOGE HERALO PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6lh SUtet South.-LelhbridflS W, A. Buchanan President and Managing Director Mm TMsluess Manager lone wouM i'uply ihai the cap f 1 in his rase, but thai, know. Is nui so. tor Mr. McLa u cartful to say (hit he Joes to ihn class. do knew Mr. McLachlan personally, cor ha.u vr? ever bo.irj ol him. but we are guile preiured to believa all he says and ihis rnifces us more Ihiu puzi.ed over his Indignation. But being uhal he is. he lins uo reason lo fetM burl In anyway it ha has right TELEPHONES Suttncss Office------ Editorial Office..... 1252 Mtmber Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: Dallr, delivered, per wcet .....f -la DMlV, deUrered, per year ......7.SO Dally, tv mail, per year .......5.00 by mail, per year 1-50 "WeeWy. by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- peer on address labeL Accept- ance ol papers alter eipiratlon date U our authority to continue tha snb- THE GOOD NEWS FROM EDMONTON. The news from Edmonton printed In tlie Herald yesterday is reassur- ing, eneonraging, and tlie most prom- ising whlcb has come 10 hand iu regard to the irrigation projects. Th ough the Provincial Government has not actually committed Itself nor lied itselt to any particular cootract, it is folly sensed of the responsibility to the southern part of the province !n making irrigation a praciicabUily The statement lhat by tie time the people here are ready to begin actual construction all points "o: difference oetween ihe two gorern menls will have been cleared up is most hopeful message. It is now, us the interview between the gov- ernment and tbe Irrigation delegates has panned out, a distinct casa of there being no let up so far as the '.people who are tent on Irrigation here ire concerned. When the poll- ing. day comas for recording their "yoles iii respect to the bonding ol district .and the eleclion of trus- tees, there snoutd be no stone un- turned the part cf the farmers to get every TDle In favor of iniga- fegislerei. The more volts ihe better will Eland the credit.behind the bonds and their Rvalue -will likewise, be Elrengthenftd cannot be too strongly empha and cannot be too strongly act t ed OD.' Jrrigalion in the sonlh country has taken .ou the most rosy aspect it'ever held in the history of the movement. The brighter days for Alberta are dawning, and i .with an unfailing assurance Lhe people may look to (be times that are ahead with tic stability Irriga- "established will give lo pro- to increased prodnction. ly read whu we ititcuJeJ to con- vey. "Tho play safe sort o[ emling in favor anJ not in favor or the grat- uity, elc.." agatD, is something which Mr. McLachlan reads iuto our atll iiide which was never there and never intended lo bo there. In res- pect to ihis ending, if to observe, as we did. tbat "if there are reason- able difficulties In the way of award- Ing the gratuity, 'we feel" sure ihe veterans as reasonable men will ac- cept tbe same-if Is any- thing in the way ol what he calls "safety first." we are afraid Mr. Mc- Lachlsn and his judgment have part- ed company just tor awhile. How- ever, we are only'loo to have bad his views and lo correct wliat we believe is a mistaken impression, possibly caused by ft bilious slate of his liver ai tho time. We recom- mend him to lake up our editorial and read (he same through carefully and we have not a doubt that he will return to a more con- tented frame of mind Iban his letter warrants. For the benefit of Mr McLachlan we should inform him that we are just as much in sympathy the cJalms ot the veterans as he is. If the money In the treasury and available TTC should say to the Gov- ernment "Hand it om to the boys.1 But to say that a thing must he done without taking any consideration as to whether it can be done would be the height ol insanity, and we are Disposing of Properties On Gifts Mude to De- pendents of Soldiers Our QTTQ Cc MAGRATII. Sepl. The Red Cross executive met on Tuesday evening nt the homo of President callers at the bome of Mr. and Mrs. .V X. Sprinkle on Mr. Chris OrtveusielQ speul lue week-end lu Medicine Hat. Mr. and Mrs. llild and family motored lo Medicine Hal Tuesday. Messrs. Batfca. Nowak. uud ii were visitors ID Bow Island Wed- nesday. Friends of Miss Anna HIM will bo! glad lo herr of ner complete recovery from a broken collir bone, caused by a (all from a nor so. The ladies of lii" Cranlea Red Cross eociety met with a very largo attendance on Thursday afternoon, al tho home of Mrs. William Scott. Tha afternoon was spect in sewing, etc. and discussing the proposition cT dis- orgauiilng the society al the close oi Iho year ending Oct. S. A very delec- table lunch was served by the hostess and the next meelins vanned to b-J held al tbo homo of Mrs. Tom Prows? on Thursday. Sept. nth. All members mo of President WDdly (ftj.c allend as the ir Ihe purpose ,s auxious lo finish up alt 11, Rradsbaw fo going over tie Red Crosa vrorlt o( wwlnfi tnat is OB hand. tlio year and to discuss Ihe oet- lor way of disposing of .Iho. proper- ties on hand. A large .parcel of supplies were recently sent to Ihe provincial head office at Calgary. other articles distributed among sol- ers' dependents in. this diiVrM. 10 materials on band have ild and the money turned over to ic secretary-treasurer. Two o[ tha machines were presentee; to he L. D. S. Relief Society to bo sod in the splendid tharlty work iu n Ich Lliey are engaged- I'rivaU ids will be received by Iho eecre- jry for one sewing machine and the nllliug machine. All bids must be n by Sept. SOlh. Th'e tables which not given that way. Our, concludin sentence In the editorial with which ,17. ?JcLachIan issue -was writ (en -with this In mind. It .la for thl reason lhat we are absolutely a variance with tho attlLudo taken by Sir Robert Borden In refusing I consider Ihe claims of Ibe veteran for a commission lo at least Ihe feasibility of the bonus in th proposals they have to submit tiiin. OTTAWA, Sepl. war lessrs. FawceU and Grier Nam- ed in Mayoralty Rains Help Farmers (Frrm Our Qwn MACLEOD, Sept. weather tor the rasl week has been very avorable (or the land owner. On Thursday about thrco hours of rain- fall, and Sunday from early morulifi PA ICKED UP IN ASSING FOHTBK BUST UAM a continuous full of rain uutU lalo In i largest hotel. Tho 31lh UallnUon will hold a re- uulou In Stratford an Sept, 6. Rev. spldell, Baptist minister at Fort Hope Is golug lo Midland- j A woman ivt Uuckbaiuon. Va., becoming insane, beat (o death her two daughters, aged 15 auii 6. Marry Fields, Hamilton, has pur- chased iho Mansion House, Cayuga'a :ho evontng, thus adding lo Ihe, moU- :ure o( tho soil, and for' the nczl cray of jroln. The public school aud high school opened September 2nd, a full staff of teachers, and a larger hor ol pupils. In Ihe hieu school .Miss Simpson and Miss Kldd havo cuargo. with n larger number at- tending, both from lown and outside districts. A. J. McCioivau Is princi- pal of Iho public school, and has' a YCV sirong start ivho will support tbo work' Lu this line, and are from all pans of the Dominion, nt least from Halifax to Ihe Rockies. On Thursday afternoon while work- Chas. IJaleman, section foreman on tho G. T. II. al 1'reslon, was seriously iujured In a collision. ile.-Gen. Alei HOES, C. 01. G., D. S. 0, will command Military District No. 12. Tbrco Email boys found a pieco of Iron" at Yonfcora, N. Y. They hit It with a hammer and an slon V.llled two. It was an nneiplod- three-Inch shell. "Will Wilson run for a Ibird is the question other possible men wore, engaged repairing leaking I Democratic nominees aro asking, and pipes leidlng to the M'nlcr lank, thcllhey hope the iircsfdenl will answer caught from a torch and burned tjic wooden s-haft lhat prolecls PIANO VALUE you ray less for a piano that iVe charge for a MASON RISCH you certainly get less iu value. acll nl "i-Yqiu Factory to IIoiuo" prices, 'anil on easy terms. Aak for Style Catalogue- TON RISCH, UH1TED Bilmcril Block Homi of thi VIetroli" ave" been used in ihe lunch rooms'expenditure, exclusive of pensions, nhe plpjs leading to ihe main tank. It on Ills western trip. ulnced in Ihe care of thaj still totals roughly half a million clol- Ventilation at Ihe top gave tlie flan-.es j not be fcepl there longer lhau twelve committee for the use of lars a day. For Ihe moulh ot August a good start, and it was impossible Lmonths, under Ihe provisions of a bill ave been Id Folks ,1 public affairs. Powell-Reeve A wedding of Interest. Food placed In cold sloragc ccim-fnt tho liamla of tho'Germans by Am- it was SU.OST.OOO, a reduction of i as against August last year. _. ____ to local since the end of March, the beginning coplc is that of "Mr. Slnrl Powelljor the present fiscal year, capital ex- nd Miss Florence Reece, which was; pcnditurc on war account has totalled olemnizodlnst week. The happy young' cuple had a pleasant honeymoon nd then Journeyed to TaylorvHla, no less Han nlmost double t it was for Ihe same per- iod last year. For Ihe five months There they will reside, Mr. Powell enamg Aug. 30. 191S, In fact, war ex- cing foreman ol the Jensen totalled H Doih young people are well known Sir. J. MacCrae OTTAWA, Sept.' this morn ing's session ol tho inquiry irtlo the charges made in cuiiiiecilori the raid on tho Guelph novitiate, one witness. Thomas Bedford, ot Guelph, .wore that on tne night of the raid he eard Capt. Menard advise Capl. Mac- ulay, when telephoning trom the ovitiatc, not to refar lo the men he nd arrested as defaulters as he "wfli citing in riulch." Six witnesses were liSnrd, but by ar Ihe most fntercatlng was Mr. orgin, a Jesuit of some years sland- ng, a al the Guelph college I Ihe lime Incident, anil now a lutlcnt Tor lue priesthood. Mr. Verguson Iried by questions to et his story of the Inner working of Jesuit college. Rather to the sur- ot everyone, Mr. Bergin denied he proverb, "once a Jeault always a csulL" He scorned to think lhat men ouVi leave order when thoy .hose, but Intimated by hla manner and by Inference, that few, if any, ver did leave. who arrived t'om Sm'.Lh'a Friday. l3, On There has been'a topay-turvylsm 'in circles In Maclcoil In which the Attorney-General, IL appears, was the bad boy who upset the Mayor's apple- carl. In respecl lo Maclcod's clTlc troubles, Lhe breezes that occasionally ruldc the equanimity of gcntlcrr.cn ,nf the civic chamber of LeLhbrldgc -arc mere storm3 In a Lea-cup, T. llj Prowas wfla- ft business vl [tor In Winnifred Saturday. Mrs, Louie Carlson, who has bee quite 111 for the past IB no able lo be around again. Mr. and Mrs. N. Futts, r ccntly Rrrlrcd from, England, CURRIE IN HAMILTON HAM'LTOX, Ont., Sept. Sir Arthur Currte Is paying an offk- al visit ID If am lit on today. Despite icavy showcra earlier In tho day and a threatened downpour JuaL 33 Ihe Lrnln bearing Lhe general steamed Into Iho station nhortly before len o'clock, large crowds were on hand lo extend Ihtflr welcome and they loudly RR the general alight- ed, lie waa John Gibson, woo IB general hOat during the visit and Ihe civic reception com- mittee. An Inspection Of the guard of honor was- followed by a drive, to the clly hall, where Ihe civic reception tendered. All along the route the dis- tinguished soldier tiBatLlly cheer- ed. Keeping Everyone Supplied ALTOGETHER WRONG IlN HIS CALCULATION, We'arVafrard'Lhat Mr, Alex. Mc: Tn. another part o( this fault with our cdl- r lorial on the gratuity question has willfully misinterpreted ils ihetn- and Benllnicnt "To be gcnerpiia, LhlaT Ms the.Only ylew'iro ran'lnke'ot he EpeaVs of "a safely first ftort or a 3lem at some In tones which are aomewlial Indignant, STRAWBERRIES FOR PRINCE NELSON, Sept. Fresh slraw bferrica, Erovii fn Ihe optn in the vicinity ot Nelson, l be placed lie- t6te lie Prince ol Wales when he ar rivea at Calgary on Saturday. W. J. McKIrn, trho has made a specialty, ol growing lalli slrawlicrricn, will soil Ihrco crates In Lime IQ arrive In Cal- an Salurdey and Ihrsc more lo arrive on Monday. The herrles haro been given special care and appear Irr IhoSc grown earlier In the season. Last season strawberries were shipped from Nelson on Novem- ber 13, Children's Shoes are in a position to give you the best values in Children's Shoes. Our slock has been selected from the best known manufacturers of these lines, We have the wolf known Classic Shoe. The Hiirlburl Cushion Welts, and Williams Solid leather. A line 61 Classk make for '.children In ivIiHh.n I! C and D. Sizes troni 2 (Infanta) up to 1 Where Msi-'can ,jtni get it? ASK.TO BE FITTED SHOES FOft ALL AGES W. J. 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