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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Tlflt LBTM OULJ BBHALD Ube Derato e, Sllxrta DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETHBRIOGE'HERALP MINTINC-COMPANY.-LUSTED Vt Strtel South, ttftbrldjt W. A. Buchariin 1 FwaWent and Manning Director bM 'rorrtnc. Business' burden country may not be un- TELEPHONES OHIct Office 122-1 MMibcr Audit Bureau of jCIrculallarn Suhscriptlgn Daily, delivered, per weeS tally dellrered. per J-" Daily, by mall, per year....... 5.0 Weekly, by nailer year Weeily. by mall, per year to D.S- l.M uueuiploymcui that faces the country "in the immediate- future, to accomplish these object lu a manner equitable to every Individual cilnen under (ho varyl-j con-iltio-is of [bis vasl Dominion, the most satisfactory ,tsm is ore of greluitv payments: it therefore rvsvlved thsl'thej Great War Veterans' Association of Canada, in annual convention as- sembled day of urge upoa Ihe Government of Canada the necessity of the- adop- t'on of a'syslem-ot bonus payments as most 'sailsraclory and means of -rMsWblisblug-lhe' soldiers: bo it further resolved that after carftul thought and consider, alien. we> are of the opinion that ibe granting of such bonus upon an equl- ilv basis is limited only Ihe country's ability to pay. so as to en- able the beneficiary to become etd- cientlv re-established with security and tappiness. The .classification ol "MONDAY, SF.PTFJIIBEP 15.1010 Farmers Pup- Us Stagt "At Home" For Weir aid Graeral Manager of Bank J Towm Call V On'lhe :other hand therei are "to adopl Dates of eipty of subscrlpllons ap- Mar dailv on address label. Accept Set of after expiration data k our aulhirity .to continue the suo- acripti'on._______. ___ THE LABOR SITUATION IN OREAT BRITAlH. Press despatches from Great Britain In refiard to ihe Labor situation should be accordlus to their literal value.. To Jo so would be untair lo Ijbor as whole in IhaU counlry We read of big niaiority votes ill -ravor Ol "direct action" In ivbich Iheneipon ijf the slribe is to be used for political purposes.' To -estimate that ibe pre- ponderance ol Labor in Great Britain lends favor to policy will 1m- plyln5 a revolutionary 'tendency. This is far from (he case, U "should .be .remembered .that in the ranis of'Labor in GreafHritaln, lust as in Canada, there ale the loud- voiced agitators who are generally the most, active. yThe'se are the irrespbh- have eitreme measures in the (act that tier-are aware that in the long rail theie react on-lhemselves inOTe.lluui on-olheYs betler placed financially They, jjesire lo their J. R. Clines aptly term The shoaling Is; left b these in Jhe btIM that i it a "show down" will not get any "In the del represent-; 'union'. ings theysdo not really but snpertl lally'repressnt larje numbers. That'the view advanced is a true one may be gathered from Ihe (act that In the new labor parliamentary commllltee elected la Great. Britain, tnere'are five members e'ct'aclion and .eleven opposed .to ll.- Labor In repreaent- '.duriug iflll. act'in.the way and constitution- To oliarwise.VouJd be.'laklDg'a" deroga- a whole, as .1 wfhiW.i'pe. classing. U'as belpg eome- the O. H.-Ur repudiated...'to-day .by Ljtbor. THE O.-W. V. A. 'iNjifeG.ABD.T.p. BONUS. Arl'huri Currle, spcak- 'i -InafV-'pUawa, Coverfment a g'fwd deal of attention J'lo on'tie land. Thaljls we in practic- ally tmiitnllejl'area's.''.But "at the same'l al) soldiers' .do not ana cappmes5. mu beneficiaries, the method ot dismbu tloD and aduiiuistration to be agreed and decided upon h'y 'a Joint ParllS- mentao' wid-G.-W. V.-A.-convmission; I "And thai this bonus should.'bo in anditlon lo any gratuity, or pension for disability resulting (torn service; and ihat in (he caso ot numbers of Ihe Eipcdlt'oaary whose death occurred whilst in the servlce'or after discharge therefrom, such bonus qhall be paid to their dependents; 'IAI! 6f the benefits contained this resolution shall apply to those re-ident In Canada prior 'to ith Aus UEt, 1914, who served inline.Imperla Forces and are uoiv. or msy be al any future dale domiciled in Canada.' The gist of the resolution conveys what General Sir Arthur'Currle had In mlud thai the bonus Uie-need of -re-estabilshm UARON'S. the atrects (ound lo with il sticky substance unknown to residents and. for sonie lime there was'lively speculation bcls as lo what It niisht be. Ftanlly llio question was suited by, a visitor from Ontario, who assured Ihe eiclted populace Ihat what they'saw; was com- monly known la the east as "mud" and hat it was caused by Ihe heavy .rain- fall cT list night. This sol.some'ot he: old-Umers lo thinking with Hhe result that several of'them-ciinld-Te- call as tne vear 1916- All'of which Is to" Indicate" that we had a hunfo.mser OPa rain- ?torrnvlast night' v-'.. Tho_ Barons arf Eothig If )t orfsin.il. The latest jdea tdorlKi nate "here is The school'.children ecler tainment comtiitlee .conslsling -of Evelyn ttora "Mae Follestnd. JIarry- Warnoch, Leon Hen- derson and Harold- Burnap, -wUh ,en executive consisting Lloyd Lvon, ir or'otber" earning 1 bo noticed, in the words There-were dancins. cards "----------------arid body hactian 'extremely.'jolly'liine.'' spheres outside .tt'at "of ngricuflure sioivil caree Xor, li .will of the resolution Jo the veterans meo Hon any stipulated sumHn regard to Ihe bonus. It is clearly" so denoted the words of ihe. resolution. e of opinion ihat the ch bonus .upon an equal limited only' by llto cbuu v to pay." We introduce tiij- matter in that serves to''show tow junreasonablc e Robert Borden was n refusing the request of Ihe veterans or a commission as.they were led to ndersUrid. secrelary, Carrle-Woblck, aud Nellie AVarno'cfc, president- This UL- ariinged to icheme im'piles Parents, at the. Opera; House, for Iday evening at imenl IB Otier j mnilrtrt "tr, rtll'TllrpnlS ;NOBLBFORD.-sept: few home of Mr tjuchauaa 'last Tuesday evening-anc enjoyed quite raujical Irejl, Miss Strote, ot addln; greatly o the pleasure of tbe evening. The Aid ot Iho Nobleford church met al Ihfl home. o( Mrs. J Harris on Thursday afternoon In an farewell meeting for Mrs (ROT.) Jimes Leslie. After partaWn; of dainty re'reatiments. Mrs. Sluari on behalf of Aid, present ed Mrs. a set of knives an forts, lOvremind the people o Npbleford the! tWiKhool library Is to tie use pf Ihe conniDuity as well a for Ihe pupils'. V.TOU have over Ihre hundred eice-ltemt- books In llie llbrar and-Ihe'teacberB'wlirbe pleased t who applle either at meaa after KSoo ot a goo library In the but .the peop do not seem toVetliie.thal they hav larger-supply to draw fro atjbi BanV mtlclall. Visit -A party _of officials of Ihe Me nsve Home were L children -at 'school. Th -was well .Mrsl JoeLWsIsh'-.Baveia.iwlils on Tlsursday chants from Mon re-ii, including IKeTireiiachl. Sir Mo tagu-Allanr lae jeneral muriagsrv.M D. C. Mrcare'w.vaaa Mr. Fanuh tubeiison, a; itrector s! ice ban mbtqred'.from. inspect .Hie larraa eoe Foundalion, LJd. The rar XaV-cpntlucled C.p, Noble. E C Cransloun, 3as. Murray, ond W. "'Tislting .the. farms In Great..Britain they do not ap- e.arrtoJoTe.Uie Coalilion QoTernment, Mayor Harale maies an Impresssion wherever he" Whether it Is a righl or wrong'impressjpu ta iuother ______ir'tip Boa'rd ol niends doing ihere is eT.Idently a goo time us "Irns'l' Ihat .til ill raaterialiie into action. Lei os "reiterate that Coaldal Fair should meet Ihe palrpn age1 possible from "the'. iridgeland-the dIstrict. -V' i We 'of' politics .wk'hon ow d Messrs. Cotlom. an, Rouse, .Welsh; d May. Hiss, McCrte and Mr, rummond wero the! y -j Dr. W-allwin and family lia've.return Irom their visit 'io.'Onlarid.'" They ade sll or the journey easi.and par the Tvny, home agBln in the" doctor's :Laughfin aid, report a easant Irip. ,.._.-' Miss "Marjo'ry of'En lanl, has ac will comphsb The school-fair bag; been th'e.drT season, but he-boys an'd'Kiris art h6[ to.bs denied a for all "IhaL Sports ire lo Fridayahe ranged.-' has-erer'-seen eJlher the, boys or "girls Baron? schooKiri.-aclion will not' fail .-to: appearance and- IhSse jrbo .haire net Veen-'them had better dp EO .when Itiej 'have Ihe chance...-AV.the. con-l clnsion ot the sports, _jrved In" the school by members jot: the Women's Institute whp'bjve.Men goo' Par Bertha. M.-.Hunt; treasurer, Dal- EUi DaltWfb. tTlie -meeting of the ;be held .at the home ot'lin Cot! or? Mondiir afternoon o'clock: All intertilled are tor- dlallv Invited to attend. 'i-SIre: Harris end daBghler, Vernie, are' spending Ihe week-end In Cal- (Frtas Our Own CorvtFwndenl) -GRASSY liAKE, Sept- meet- ing fit the G.'W. V. A- was held on Saturday the 6th. Captain being present. t .Ttiresb.lBff general. some farmers have got back their seed, It Is generally felt that either relief must'be given to many, and there Is.f strongjfeeling that, the besl'work wonld.be for, the ment to get bvBy'j and get ahea_ Ox Irrigalioc. Several local-firm jrt have'Wed 16 get their teams Taber district but is felt .when-, they .find there are several hundrcd'before them e WOIBKaS lUBlllulc md enougk to'voluBleer for arenta children re- lUGslsd to assist in suppljitul toid 'x" Ihoi supper.. tj --'c Will Have Good ticreue Amount Marketed Last and that ranch of the work, it at! they could'do has been given to' Americana (ren Mon'tanaT' Surely Ibis is a poor way of keeping-mopey in. Ihe counlry fhe Bible class aad Sunday schoo u ipened'-la'st Sunday. There-iu and a good attendzBce ii hoped for. The'Ladies AEd are meeting nex week' at' the'-boma of Ars. Canning and Mrs. ol Brandlow we're visiting '.MT> and' Mr Weir over the TCEk-end. Mrs. M Kiiignt Jwent as far u Medicine II with them. Yr. L. Pererill is back with- us mote In charge of the Farmers' B ih-s.-Eisenhaiier visiting Taber for tCjiw J. Parkinson and Mrs. Corn b'y a kick from a horso Ing to pastured _ police arc searching (or J9.000 worth ot'lurs been stolen from Holt, nentrcw's store. New York Sun cable saya French scientists nnve discovered a new as- pbysiaLlng that will oiterminatu cooties. John William, Belglai has had the coMferrci uiran him of Chevalier ot Hie Order o tbe highest order in Heleium .--As'protecliOc against foiest tta; utmost Itn portaffcc "nnd tho tremendotis Jlr( losses which hfive been s'utter'ecl.from patrols-a. _ 'ally in use. Tills la tile opinion o i Lieut. J. 1. Crelg. Iho ai liervlce association Columbi; _-Among the Calgary and other men who -will be decorated by the ot Wales at 10i30 on Monday morn- ing at Victoria part, Calga'fy.'are the following: Capl. F. H. McCall, wilh D. S. O.; with D S O; Lleut.-CoV. Spencer with D S-O-; Mahrf P. T: Q- B. B.; Llwit. E. S. Brett, wilh '.M. C.; Capt. McKachreil, D. S. O.; MaJ. W. M.'Pearce, wltS 11. 3. Toole, with M. C.; Major Grant..with D S 0 Capt. J. Stanley, with M, C.; 'Lleut.-Col. CooXe, with D. S. O.; MaJ. Palmer, with B. E. Admiral Sir-John wioze mlaslon in Australia is the rcorganF .'and quick IhrougJi our 20 DraucU slores Jielps to let us sell at -low prices. .x "From Factory f. 'Baltrwral Bltck "The Hwrit liat the Toronto boaril1 of Health would t only too Klail co-oiieralo.wlth Hie loan) of coinmi'rce In bringing dmvu" 1 BnlerprlseO As a protest demands 1 (From Our 1 ORION, returned and-took" ctargt; of Ihe vices in the on Sun- aro" leaving neit Counlry. utlon" ofthe Auslnllan navy, has com pletcd his report. (or the establishment ot 'an Australia! iiaval unit composed ot eight modern bailie cruisers, 12 light 21 destroyers' and 12 .submarines and supply ships.' This program Is .to be completed al a coat ot 100'annually, 'it dojlbt- ul If Iho.government-will accept these proposals. r- Giving evidence at tbe'Niiut of Ik- ing imiulry in Toronto, Dr. Hastings, M. O. H, declared that the cost ,ol !ood al the presenHime had a great deal to do with the heallh of the.com monlty. 'He 'pointed out that the high cost ot (Sods was the reason for mal 6i5 iiulrlllon aS" Iho pried asked for nulrl llnuaYood was loo high. He declared As a protest the; demands of the_PrOTlnclal Board1 of Health; the "services at ;tbe ur-.urch are U chairman and -membeYs'-of-the'rocal be held in the adernopn al-3 .o'clock, board ot health skellon ha" been_engaged las lo late effect Immediately.l-_ principal "of lac pjion Consolidated Hirry Ftizsimmbns; for ichool and oomrieBCedaer dull far lime nl 'FrenkJ-Tllar't Lelhbrldge'wllh kj 1 X considerable amoioV of !graln Is beuig. hauled threshing Is not all" done' yet.- .There tm Ibs lanil, and ,they are liable .lo gel Ibe Impression that the'.country willing (o help the thai a. be worttd out lo ;help all of them." Coming at the present time with the Interest aroused over the bonus scheme, the views slated by Slr'Arthur Carrie nerve lo explain-the regard In which this bonijs scheme Is beW by .Ihe veterans. We refer lo thl? In lha fact thll the Iiulillc are not Intimately acquainted .with wtml the veterans actually demand. We, therefore, ap- pend Hie full resolution In regard to (hi, bonus as approved al the Doniln loni Convention ol "llie 0. W.yV. A recently In Ynnconvcr. l hiliorf reads as il la due to Ihe membc.'s 'of'tbe Canadian Einedlllohary Forces, Imperattve In the natjoaal Interest that effective moans should be prompt- for the-rc-eslabllshment of and his dsslmllatlonjlolo .ithe In-l.Donkln. resng s no The reeiilar meeling oljlte town h that mere wjll be-a good counclKllI be held. lonigHt; when Ihe increase over the wheat resignations of the harvested last yenr. tbonght right I n regard to board 6E .health anil of [hat Qrlnn msy 'head tor ._ TIUTT- -3rin >in rnnfiliiered. x alludelo the an (Tfg mnie Ministers iiiiiiuue ij, A O. A.'special commltlee, there hasfeen a m'ighly big blunder some- to furnish'.roiming aparlments where, there la a more lucid (or (be lady Jiave where unless tnere IB a raoie mumiior latf lauy leucaera. ...nwvia. that the. veterans had I mprCBElon of what; had place. M, FOCH'S TOWN WILL HONOR HIM Sept. Marshal unnllfy of .wheat shipped on There hava been, several c-cuge: here, eome no (loubt''owlng 10 the dry eason. Mr. J. W. has rented his arm'and wilh baa gone 6 f. Mr. J. E. Jsctidn and tamely havu gone east this weeV. -Mr. Jack ton la studies -at (lie wireless I't Foch will hi olflclally tila ttitlvA tnwn rtn 4 in this, his native town, on Sept- 23, Arrangements- ff being made for a celebration which will extend over Ihree Thai is Aim of Board of Com'-'k merce as Shown ai taMug a course of Uc'lvcrslty o( Torontol 'Messrs. Oto. ar.d liav- InaTtolrl thfclr iBnJ are hailag a ot slock and machinery ot Saturday, the 13th Mr. oeo. Hetllne IB Ihe The Orion cburch represented dt the Presbytery htld at Medicine jlat on Ihe loth, by Rev, H. C: Woods and Mr. las. Jackioa. The telephone polei are be I n't hinl' ed from Ihe station and dlelrlbuled to Ibe places will be 'set ap. Make Wear Logger 'There is strifaenl qf..itj H'eve. mother can testify, in. these dayi at iitriourtting prices. -it :ever OCCUB to you ihat cornmoa and the ordinary rub and Scrub tlie1 wash board, break down more clother ;jhad are ever actually worn 6ot in no. We've- studied question. IUe of" the co jt la ntry; essendal Ibat N 'O tJJi-nii-- i. rMiicbllihrnentf shonld, bo a FlUhfel rjl incS minner dfflftuwln If 1IIUJ Ibe'iMtir as possible on an e'qwl'foodng' with' (btW busl- or rrofesshmal career or? oilier eifil'tg' 'jfower not been'iftler' raWM by and that hf may be rehaMlltated In ctVir life and the betler 'enabled (o his share of the. Immense bnr- diaa of utiBtlon which the war has nticelori ihircountry; net rtneiiiblavaaieiit ac- with a mlnlmom of ad- atiiMratlTe (o tkat the war rMelre the nmiaarn'of benefit mti mooci, Ihe The boanl of commerce Is' attempting to move the burden of hlch prices, particularly Irom allccling'lhc poor, It was clearlf Indicated this morning when Judge H. Roison. chief com- mlsBloner, ond F. ArActlann, deputy minister of labor, heard arguments of Wirfnlpeg, CTCtmcry against re- dilctSn of provallins milk prices. Judge KobBon: Intimated even If tke price of In ifitrli were thai of milk In pints might be reduced lo icven-jonts from, prertillnB price 'of; 6Ight cents, He' demanded figures showing cinetly loaa such acilon woulil cause aillk detRra. Belleville snperln- jndent. of pomlnlon Klan llatch- crlM, lias bin Bpnrjlrifcd superintend- ul Ihe enl ol lario Flsb Jlalchfrics, san YOU WILL A P AIR-OF RUNNING: SHOES, FOR THE SCHOOL SPORTS v We arc headqtiarlors lor everything (if this.kind and can gke you what yoir-wnhl (it THE PRICl THAT SUITS. GeUhcsc liarly and have Iota of pfacllae. We hkve t nrlzo for Ihc'hoy under 12 years, gelling Ihe nunfbcl- of points for x-lhe day. Clel In.on II. t' TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALt W: J. NELSON THIHD AVENOI r.-.'. _____ evojTcd, ycofj aio