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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH LKTHIWmCB OAILt HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBRH 13, 1010 She "fceralfc ,-alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED IZJ 6th Street South, W. A, Buchanan PrwJdent and Managing Director .Win Business TELEPHONES iwis Office................ 1252 l Office t22-l nized as a Tliiit 15 the strong- 'SI argument thai auy im.on, situated as tht- Lu rop-inl ib Motherlj.ua, would wish lo bave, That rJght, it is safe to will never be infringed on. To do so would bo suicidal on ihe part o( the Land so far as even Us own are concerned. To hold ihe uplnloa that Canada could be force J her will by a mere leehTuealny. real or imasiincJ, i j any fiction agAlnsi tier will tej Native Ministers of Methodist a conipliiceut to the Dominion by those ivbo si-ok to piird against an imaginary contingency, nor to that soniiniem thai linds the- Empire to- gether and en wbieh its power cohesion deivnd Hwnber Audit Bureau'of a-jbscrlptlon Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .la Dallr. delivered, per rear ......7.50 Ball-, br mall, per year........ 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Wfefely, by mall, per yeir to U.S. 2.CO LtetM ol eiplry of subscriptions .sp- jtesr on address labeL Accept- ance o[ papers after eipiralloa date ic our authority to continua'iha sab- Faith Now in in Colony Our Ortn RAYMOND. Sotf. the ei- iresaei purpose cf establishing s for work among Iho -apauese colony here. Dr. Osierhont and the Her. Afcagawa, two prominent OIL DEVELOPMENT IN THE PROVINCE. The Edmonton Journal quotes the Magazine of Wall Street as iavine- _, jMiimav. i uey represent me uaiiaaiao Tho otl deposits ot Pcnnwlvaaia. Methodist church .which Is understood Oklahoma, Texas and, Tamplco mar to have tail this field In mind seem as bubbling springs beside a I'or ot a mission, Ii DOT.' appears that '.heir hopes are the GrtVt West Siddlery company for lb.o Mr, and Mra. J. Slrd, of Pioneer Lumber have returned to Car- nmngay titter a holiday of about Uo weeks al Cluuuy. 11. C. Mr. Johhny McLean lelt for SI. Paul. Minnesota, last .MimJjiy. where ho ill he employ al by the street railway company. L. Bralley bus sold out hU barber shop lo E. R. Skiun. of Calgary.' a returned veteran. Mr VYm. Jensen, of Cjrmangay. was business vHstor lo 1'incher Creelt last neck. Phil Jensen. Carl Viggens and ter Powers lefl Canuaasay last week for their borne In Seattle. The boys eipect to be hack in Alberta next summer and play ball again with some of the tow 11 s. Mr. Lew llulburt. who has been em- ployed by VY. P. Tesley Lu (ha hard- ware store, has accepted a position In Vulcan, where he wUl also bo tbo m... ,n vuican. where he wui also DO too Japanese mincers ol Vancouver, iMjer of tbclr new band and orchestra paying an ornclal visit lo llayinond wMcn has crpftnjzed In that Sunday. They represent the Canadian------ RE-DECISION IN REGARD TO VETERANS' ISSUE. ID ihe telegram published In our ol yesterday, it appears Lhat a re-decision has been come to by the Prime Minister in regard to the con- sideration of tbe claims of the veterans la respect lo Ihe bonus scheme. In this Sir Robert Borden has taken the better parl, and the new attitude can- not but be welcome not only Lo the veterans but to the country On the lace ot tbe Ottawa' wire, the Prime Minister bas siren In to tbe claims of the re Lenin s and the; question is. to be gone into .by1 a parliamentary commlttlce to be ap-' pointed to enqoire iato the entire mat- ter of and lo report to Ihe House this session. "With this it is diuicnlt to conceive irhyiwhat Is iwssible now should not have .been possible a few days ago. To. wail until there Is a furore of popular feel- ins for determining action removes all the virtue and all tie gracefnlnesa could bare "been applied to the same had It hcen freely given- with- out waiting. lor. what -appears lie forcing the hand oC the Prime Min- ister. altogether an enviable posi-' tion for any government or for any head of a govemmerl to be forced to adopt a policy .which public clamor made It difficult U> 111 the ffrsl attttudej.of Sir Robert Bones cjftpbsed the were request made snfj' who bad the sentiment 'of Lha great bulk of the" people behind them, could easily havs been spared had tbe Prime Minister done be wbjtt lo bs done now. The fact tfcat Sir Robert Borden, in the tenor ol has receded from' --in rog.ird.-ta-tbe "the posi- Van T tn'm Iff! "AtlOQ OJf i respect the stkmVof 'a .bonaa. TrTial appears appeared right E4t- bovthe i JA feiate'r; Be -pity: thai-what iippeara DOW should not have i equally tensed before. geyser" in the prospects lhat are oil in Albena. Tbe financ'al .raag.i- this inmonant mission nro native zlne strocgthens-1t9- statement by Jspanses converts, trained ia Amerl- alating Uiat this belief is not merely They arc leaders In a day dream of prospectors but lae oriental DODulatlon based on the careful iuvcftlgailon of jof Iho Dominica! eipert gealogUts. It gives special' miolsiers left Vancouver Sept. reference to the expenditure of balf 5> but ofT Sn lne Okanagan a million dollars by Ihe Standard j Oil company this year ia pro5peciins here Saturday evening cud will hold the lield and to ihe plans of the j meetings Sunday. Au effort Is being Steel organization. which TVC to secure one of the Christian ._- ara_ nnrth K ,.tt, churches for Ihclr use. It is under- J J istocid Ihat addresses will be made bolli n Knglish and Japanese. Steps will be looking 10 tbo founding of jiermacent. mission here wltli a rcsi- ln tbe way they are viewed. The people ol Alberta have had an experience, to trie sorrow of many, of an oil boom la the province. This should teach them to be careful and not to run away witb reports .ol oil possibilities however well subslanti- ed. They should by now "have irnL not to take things loo much n trnst and, therefore, should not e led Into hysterical action by glit- ering prospects held lorlh. There is E good deal In what the tagazine of Wall Street but omethlng; more convincing that what says Is needed before the implicit iltb of the public can be given to It, There is always a movement behind movement and Ihls particularly ppliea to such things as an oil boom. For Qie benefit of Alberta it is to e sincerely trusted, that the anlFci- allon ol the Magazine of Wall Street iay prove lo be correct, but at the ame; It. says -should': not e swallowed holus-bolos, else it Is uile possible that disastrous con- cequences may ensuo to those who re Inclined to take too rust. jW acirvilies''-..ot Uhe jpil conipanr the; 3tieil compiuiy be .jaV" docibir'bnt Iselrddra notrjuslify fmlstlc an ontlook. dent mlsslonarr in charge, In the Ray- aoout one hundred souls. This Includes uomen and children. They caW in the .IMA OFFfCES .ROBBED WiASHINGTOX, f La Prcnsa apers, of Lima, Peru, .were attacked r a mob yesterday.-and., partially nraed, according advices o, the Peruvian.embassy: Jhe. home f'-Miro the-EL Iqmercio, was totajly 'destrofcd by The mass meellnfi .or proLesI: afiafnst.conspira- ors who had plolted't'q attack Prosl- enrLtpila, aJtc-r'thE'g'overiment had rdered the ol Etvcra _8TATUS' ;_la to be zomelhlns of ft wrugle.la-Uifi HOUM tt Ottawa as to A nation, no better, reply-'conld have beeu Touch pated.than that of Hon. C. J. DobeHj Minister-of Nationhood, he uld, wu a mailer of fact, not .-what written In't elalule boot! 'Can had played a nation's part and bad been recognized as a nation. 1 _ a sane and sensible view to talte of the whole matter Instead of ferlng Into a process of dissection to prove lhat the accepted Etntus of the Dominion Is not technically to, H la quite possible that when tomes down to technicalities aud aJ m'enli ol the nature, 1 can be shoivn thai what are now ac cepled facia IT. many things are no tjeally so. Dut this la a process 1 ..iaJch Ingenully and lime are waste Irl lhat no practical purpose la gnine thereby. In an .Empire, auch ay whcr Mntlment onllrely holds tho dltferen logelber, It Is hardly irorl irhlle lo place emphasis on situation Which CAD norcr arise. Kvtn If 11 gitnted that In the present stalu CanadA It could be forced Into wr thai, Justly, mot It may M lake n that pressure wi iererbe exercised by the MoUierlan' TV) aTkrw of (hla is eVen a Conllnjcnc all that holds the Km pfre Cocc'lher f''' ft Is Canada, as 'Mr IDoberly Ihat'Blie'h'aci part and had been rocog ed to the work and were decidedly successful in sugar beet growing. Then with, the remoral ol He factory, they Lurned to Kheai and polato larming. Determination, hard vrori and frugal living are characteristic of the Jap boys and ibis accounts for Iheir suc- cess nt farming. Many of them own their own farms and are Ihrliiy, peace- able citizens. Practically Tho JapiDcsc colony district number's R. E. McKInnon. C. P. R. agtnl, Ii ftway on his holidays for six weeks to visit bis fulfcs In Nova Scolla. The town o( Carmnngay enlertaioed the returned veterans at a banquet cm Wednesday nigbt in the L 0. O. F. hall, and at a dance after lha enter- tainment, In the oyera house. There was one of the largest crowds present lhat has gathered In Carmangay for some time one of the roost enjoy- able evenings was spent which Car- mangay will remember Tor some lime. Things are very quiet ID Carman- gay Just now as most all of the young men bave left for the harvest fields in Manitoba. Derral Hummon has lefl for north of Calgary to work for bis uncle on tho farm. C. Baker -WAS down to Warner last week to visit his sister. Percy Vlnscount, our butch- er, left with a car ot stock for Calgary yesterday. Geo. Baldwin Is going to get a bridge across the river at his place iu me has long been needed there, )almr clays ot Ihe beet sugar industry aod another one will he bulH cist ol been induced to come Ly.the town. nuiguL Sugar company. Th6y proved F. A. Hodge lias bought out the Me- ,o be skillful In the culture of sugar Millan and Gurr garage. Mr. Hodge >eels. They seemed peculiarly adapt-1 was Ihe former owner of this-------- jut sold out to H. A. McMillan so Mr. Hodge Is no stranger In town. Jas. and Cbas. Harrison and Ihelr mother, of Claresbolm, were in town Wednesday night to ntiend the ban quet aud dance. School opened on Sept. 2nd witb tbe same staff of teachers as las' lerni and A. D. Kellogg as janitor. all of them are yet pagans, and Ihe announcement .that one ol the great Christian denomina- tions has .at last interested itself in their soul's welfare is a cause for gen- eral rejoicing. The work is a most noble one .and the field attractive. Contact Will the occidental Vorld has sharpened their intellects and broad- ened Ihelr vision, and it would appear thai the hour was ripe for Ihe dSstribu- tion-ol the word of God and the preaching of the- Gospel" ;ot Christ among them. V Very Enjoyable Occasion Lasl Wednesday Changes Recorded (From Our Own Correspondent) CARMAXGAY, Kolden left for (Joldcn. D. C, last Frl daj1, where he will be employed by seleci standing "committees of tbe house o commons, held their organization when the fol were named: Prlv ileges Hon. Hugh Gulh ric; ralltfffs, canals and telegraph lices. J. E. Armstrong; mlsccllancouE public bills, YDr. Michael- Steele standing orders, H. M. MownU; pub lie aecounls. II. B. Morpliy; hankln and W. F. Cockshutt; aj ricultaral and colonization, .11. C. Hei dcrg; fistierica, E. K Spinney; mines and minerals, B. F Green; forests, waterways and water power, R. J. Manlon; official report o debales, R. L. Richardson; library Hon. E. Rhodes. There are only two changes frok last yean Mr. Coeksnult succeeds SI Herbert Ames as chairman of tbe cou millee on banking and commerce, an E. K. Spinney, replaces Hon. W. S Fielding on marine and fisheries. Provideir W'. McDonald of Macleod in Interview Tells of Prtmitr's Stand on Irrigation CALGARY. Sept. point of otiteallon between the provincial and omiiilon governments In counecliou Ith Iho IrrigaUou urojecla of South- m Alberta, ia as to whether tile Do- rulnlou government will uudcrtako nancial responsibility tor Ihc con- truction of the main dilches (or tho said J. McDouaM. of lAcIeod, who one of the cleiugu- on of soulhcru Alborians who Ititcr- Icwed Premier Slewart yesterday, pkinj for a declaration of policy frorn is govcrnmont as to what they were ropared lo do on the projects. "Tho proposal of the provincial gov- rnmenl bas boon that the Dominion overnment conduct tbo burveys and laranleo Iho finances necessarr for he construction of the nialn ditches, .vhl'o tho provincial government bears be responsibility for tho distribution t (he said Mr. McDonald. This Is the potnt tho Ivo govern- ments are now trying to get settled. "So far as wo arc concerned, Iho ntiro responsibility Tor Ihe projects flust rest with the provincial govern- aont. since It. U our nearest govern- neuL We look Lo H to carry those irojecls through, aud we are not prlm- .rily concerned as la how Iho finati- ial responsibility- ia' ultimately di- "I thtnk the Dominion government 3 right when It contends that respon- ibiHty of tbe guarantee of liooda must est with the authority wliich collecla he laics. Dut we arc not concerned ris lo division of this responsibility rn'ucli tho Dominion govcrnmenl how much tho provincial govern ment vrill tlo. That Is for them lo eltle. We look to our own local sov- erjiment as the only authority iva houtd look to for getting action on ho projects." Expect Action Before Spring Mr. McDonald and the olber mem' icrs of Iho delegation are quite idenl thai the situation will be suf iciently cleared by spring Lo com mence aclual work upon tbe projects. The Lelhbridge northern project ia In practically such shape as lo bo ready 'or construction work now. The pro- ect soulh of Macleod lias not yet been 'ully surveyed. Tbe dctafls.pf financial espoajibiliLy ore likely to lie settled before tbe end of the year. The vole n the different irrigation districts now being arranged, so tint by the ;tme spring arrives the situation will 30 such lhat construclion may be com- menced. Thla means, however, per- haps a rear or so before the projects could be completed and the water Lurried in. The delegation, while not securing a definite announcement of policy from the are considerably cheered by Premier Stewart's recom- mendation to go nhcad with the pre- liminaries, and that nothing would be dono now to block Lhc projects. RICKED UP IN SSING PIANO VALUE WIIBN' you par less [or i .piano that wo charge, tor a MASON R1SCH you certainly set less in value. Ilebsall, was y Injured.'by a rtllliife t tree -while workhig Iu the woo'Js.1- Jas. V. llicks-hyne. London, WHS sentenced to two years In Kingston PcnllcutLary for bigamy. The barns of S. Dowers. R. G. ftec- mau and Mrs. (i. K. Johnston wcro destroyed by fire at UrocfcviHc. Sir Adam Deck formally opened Iho uow Hddllicn lo tho electrical distri- bution plant ut Stratford. Itev. J. J. llyou. parish prlc-sl al Woodslock, N. 11.. has been appointed lo .Mllltown, Charlotte rouuly. Port Coborno enlcrlatned her re- turned soldiers afdinncr and present- ed each man with n handsome scroll. Thclma Sthrniu was killed by fall- from.a horso at Ihe reccnl'lon to soldiers al Midland on Labor A 15-year-old hoy Dt Easlon, Pa. confessed to setting fire to various buildings, entailing a loss of 5100.000. Kitchener Is offering a reward of j uf lhlcvca ivho man-Kent Co., al Meafonl. liavc ro- sloic blankets out ol tbe Isolation lunied to work, having received un lu- hospital. treagc ]n >va-CB_ We sell at "FYom Factory to Home" prices, and on easy tcrnia, Ask for Style Catalogue. fiilmoral Block ef Vietroia' n. J. Disney, a discharged Ameri- can soldier, ivas found dead in his room at Loudoii, Ont., apparently from suicide. Alex. Bolesk, St. Thomas, n Russian was arrested, eharscd with committ- ing an Indecent assault on au Kalian woman, St. .Mary's has decided lo submit a, by-law asking for to build a memorial for Ilio fallen soldiers of (he district. Russell Hunter, a C. P. n. brake- man, was killed when thrown from the running board of. an automobile at Smith's Falls. The striking yard men of the Sea- Dy turning the shade o[ a new electric fixture four degreed of illutii- Inallon can be obtained or the ligbt extinguished. Joe Evaaoff and J. Sccwensnl Kitchener, were sentenced to .lie On- j tarlo Itcfornuttory tor six months (or stealing Two large barns with all tliolr con- tents, belonging to ArLbur I a key, j soutli of SI. Thomas, wore destroyed 'by flro. Rate of mortality which lite Insur- nnco comnantci in the U. S- niel in 191S was 32 cent greater than 1917, find 14 per cenL hlsber than the average death rate for 20 years. Boys' Shoes To give general satisfaction must be solid leather anJ have good workmanship. We bare a line of Boys' Shoes which arc solid icalher through- out, toe caps, counters, innersoles and heels.' Stout leather soles, (air stitched and standard screwed. Uppers have hollas tongue, [ull back strap wilh double and, triple sewing. These shoes will wear "and Iho small'am DUD I extra they cos; theni' a much cbtapcr shpc, .wear value (bail 'the'cheaper'grades. -1- W. J. NELSON Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING CHURCH NOTICES ANGLICAN St. CyprTaiTi Church Cor. lltn atr-M md llh Ave. South Tlie Ilev. J. P. Dingle, ol the staff or Weatcm Canada College, baa kindly offered to take liolli.llie 11 o'clock and the 7 o'clock ser- vices In St. Cyprian's for Sunday, Hth. ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHURCH Of course there will be grief. You want them to miss .you. You want ihem lo miss you in memory and reverence of the love, the indulg- ence, the protection and the happiness you gave'them, You want thai respect !to be respect lhat comes from a recollection of your finer qualities as a husband and a father. But there is another kind of distressing, more lasting and of less pleas- ant retrospection. That is the grief lhat comes of poverty and hardships to endure. The mother who has to labor and. worry lo provide for the children. And the children who are forced to meet life's battles without the fortification of a good education and means for a fair start in life. Are you protected against this direful condition? If not protect yourself by a policy with (his old, safe, reliable company which offers you a very attractive con- tract for those depend upon your watchfulness lo their interest always. now MettopoMn Life Insurance Co. L. THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD DISTRICT OFFICE PHONE 539 SHERLOCK 11.00, Cor. 2nd Ave. and 81 h Street South Rev. Canon J. E. Murrtll-Wrlght, W.A., Rtctor. Holy Communion, S a.m. Matins, 11 a.m. rjvcnsong, 7.30 p.m. Sunday School. Z p.m. The Hector will be glad lo meet a'm': Junibr'choir practice, any of Ihe services. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Crigg, B. D, paitor. 320 HUi 9L 3. Phanft: Pirtonige 404, Church Study Clludo HughM. L.A.B, Mus. Director 11 n.m. Ruoject: "The Power or th; 12.10: Bible Dible Class. 7.30 p.m.' Evening" 'Subject: "Ch'rlit, the Univerul Saviour." THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. E. J. Hodglni, B.A., PaMor 1271 51h Ave. N. Phone 16S9 Choir Leader. Mra..P. Jachaoi ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH LETHBRIDGE Corner 6th Ave. and 12th St. C. North Rev. Stanley C. Ripper 517 12th St. A. North MatinJ, 11 a.m. Evensong. p.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m.. In church. Adult nlb> Class, 3 p.m. In P.irnli Hall. The Jxiyai Order of Moose will at- In a boily at Inc evening ser- vice. noy Scouts, Monday, p.m.j In Unity Hall. Girl .Guides, Monrlny, 3 p.m., In Parish Hall. Wolf Cub.f, Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., In Unity Hall. Women's Auxiliary, Monday, 3 p.m., In'I'arish Hall. Choir Practice, Frlc'r.y, S p.m. 10 a.m., Doya' Depl. of'the Sunday I School ID [be Hall. Ill a.m. Topic: "Sinful Self o'clock, iksinnDra and Primary do parlmenla Sunday School ID the Hall; 2 Girls' Lhc Sunday Sclioul In' Ihc Church. 3.15, Ailull Itepl. of Ihc 3. S. In Ihe Chiirch.' 7.15: Song Service. 7.30 Topic: from Ihe Rail SALVATION ARMY Adjutant and Mn. Johnitonc, C.O. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. anil 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. .Monday, Thuradajr anil p.m. Public Meelingi. All Welcome PENTECOSTAL HOME AND FOREIGN MISSION 20> 13th North Sunday Scrrlce.i: Morning, II o'clock; evening, -i.K. Tuesday nnd Tinirflday al S o'clock Everybody Welcomi PRESBYTERIAN Chnrch Corner 4th Ave. and Slh Street S. A. H. Derwon, Minister. E. F. Layton, organist and choir leader 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Dcclnncn Class. 11 n.m.: Service. 12.16. Dig Sisters. 2. p.m.: Dig Drotllcn, 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. s- 7.30 p.m. Evening Service. Christian Church BAPTIST -Baptist Chnrth Corner Strict anil 3rd Aye. fS. Rtv. r. W. B.A.; Mr. B Director, ot Choir PEOPLE'S. CHURCH Services at i I a.m. Subject: "Chrlit In the Cloudi or Knndny and nibjo Class lit 12.15. Bvcrilne 7.30'. "Prt- part to Meet Thy God." A. Cordial Invjlatlorl Oliver L. Curtla, Partor Cor. 3rd Ave. and Bth St. 3. nihlc Scliool at 10.30. A littie tiny cried because he could, not ne there last Sunday. Mornlns Subject': "Christ's Final Preparation for Hie Churctl.? Chrlsllai, Emlc-avcr al S.30, Mr. Eugciio Farrow. Preaching at.7.30. Subject. "A of Non-Conversion." Tho Home-like Church and TO Invll.i lo come nnd hear purely Gospol sermons. Baplhmal Sen-Ices tomorrow evcnlni al Iho Christian' Church. Eyerybodv Welcome CHRISTIAN MEN'S LEAGUE (Undcnomlnallonfll) Y.JI.C.A. Sunday al 3 p.m. Speaker: sir. B. Ii. Conoland. Subject: "The Great Goal Before the Men of the Church, or 1he Chal- lenge of-the Master." KoluUl: Mr. W, SloK. bon'l (orgol Ihe placc-rY.M.C.A. al p.rn, NOTICE 'miiiTslerfl arc. .reminded .'chorch nollces fihoBld lo 'cn'silro" insirllo'fl, Ss" this paper gocn lo press early 4- ilrday morning. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN iciINCt SOCIETY MuH 7th ttreet 1. tonimr Wrvln at 11 i.n, Siitijctl: "Subrtance." Sunday Schoor coarcnet tit IhO'SamlnT mornlnn sCnlOti. WeifiiMMr 'Cvinlflf, I .tac.'ntdlni foori" ot- tioKnaTn.-fron tto ri.m. rtlhfe inVliirtnor. (red Chrlsllan Sclcnco Hlcraturo may be.read, borrowed or purchased. Tin public la conllnlir Incited to it- tend thft etmreh lervlcei, Tlilt tht ;