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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Lf ITIIVUDUC DABL1 HEIIAU1 TUESDAY, SKl'TKMHKU 1C, 1919 She letbbrtboe Tberalb DAILY AND WEEKLY Prof and Publishers THE LETHBRtDGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED M) Ctk Sirett fioulh, Ltthbrldje W- A. Bvchirln Frtsldent anil Jlaaasicg Director Win Torrance Business Mauase TELEPHONES tlHlncis Office 12i Office 122 ands ol Exhibition from out uf town, many ot whiMU mlsfcJ irielr outgoing trains; aud otherwise iuconvi-nlcnceJ. TliirJIy. the moior- men and coudur.ors of tlje Toronto Itallway Cori'.i'Any who lost four hours' wages in a cause .tbey kiiew nothing Ae the to-called "eapllal- Ejlu- they were not hit to any cHeut. beod'.ise ibey hai motor ears Tbe eiperionce of '.he short strike iu Toronto Is the experience o( all strikes. They (ail to im those whom iN'y intended to hil. The lonser ihey are prolonged The more irjjury thoy Inflict on the innocent and. more Meraher Auiil Bureau ol Clreulillonl Subscription 'Rates: delivered, per week .....1 .1) delivered, per year Dtjly, by mail, per year ........5-00 Weefcly. by mail, per year .....1.5D WeeklT, by mail, per year to U.S. 3.CJ Dates or Mpiry ol subscriptions ap- pear on address label. Aocept- mace. ol pipers eiplratloc dale la out (0 continue tin sub- KrlDllon. Ciirdston ing For of Late Thos. L. Wilson (Flvm Our Own CAKl'STO.V. Sept. satheriug over hold at a in I.favitt was present on the of the last sad rites (or Ing a comer Ktono on tho spot ultcre U. S. troops first landed Iu 1517. Jewels valued at were stolen from the summer hhorue, ol Taterno. al Allennursl. London tailors anting for au 5-hour day and a week. I'remler T. C. Norris celebrated his 5Slh birthday ca Sept. 5. is prepared to spend 000 in building Millbrook village council Negotiations are under merging St. way Co. (or g ol boys who committed n series of burglaries, has Some of Ihe H. C. papers arc advo- cating selling potatoes early this year ou tho 1 grounds IbaL v j-piU be i 'L-- i I'. K. 0. candidates nominated for the Otirln llater. for Siotcoa. and John Csrly. of llrujcno'l. for South Renfrew. North' Lanark Liber- als chose Chris Forbes, warden of the county. often noi, on tin- strikers them-1 Mr. Tlio.-. Wilson. res. Tbe class asainst whom stride Is engineered, are as a [host irho coinpiratively get off Iree. This is a feature of strikes which should net oe losl sight ol. THE HARD ROAD MR. WILSON HAS TO HOE. He wh o on e prophet Is no-iv time was called a called a seer Is. we THE TALE OF THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. Tbe evidence given before Judge fionson, in regard to what exports of the necessaries of life mean to Ihe consumers in Canada, is edltying as to one reasuii why the cost oi liTins goes up. Pork products exported lo Great Uritaio, admitted Mr. James T. Gordon. President of Gordoo, Iron- tides and Fares, bring a much teller price thfimthEJocaTwholesala price. he continued, "to mafec many thousands more II TTC could sb all our bacop-to England. Il-is-lte foreign demand which teepa up tho prices here." i Mr. Gordon, .al least, does not err in the matter of frankness. But his frankness is not altogether appealing when he. says lhat he bed three million pounds of bacon in which "wo are wailing to sea II the Urjtlsh Ministry is going Lo fleeca us on xr us a living price for it." Meanwhile, wblle Gordon, of Ihe Gordon, Ironsides and Fares Co, is wailing to see if his company Is going to .Be fleeced, the people or Canada re being fleeced to the client of fcav- IDE to-pay TO-cents a poujid it is a queer game -which the yart- ers'of Canada are. workins on the o[ Canada. While tiey are for liclr "living price'1 the people of Canada are pnLito their lion, ucA iuiury rale. _ If 11 believe, somthins which Is slated in Scripture. a seer has less vinue than a prophet- u e do not pro- pose to dtscuss. beins wiHlns to lhat lo onr theological professors. Bui in regard to what is DOIV taking plai'e oi-er Ihe border, ihere is evi- dently a change of terms v.-ilh respect to Tafi hy certain Ilepub- llcan Senators, who once supported him for the Presidentship, Tihich cou- feys ft great deal more or The differ- ence that may be surmised to eiist. between the prophet and a seer. The Senators we refer la have gone more than "one better" from prophet to seer in the stains from their one lime estimation to which "they have relegated the ex-President, no-longer any till as in the shape ol a prophet "wiih nil the halo that siir a grandson of Mr Thos. 11. tho I'loneer for whom the viHsiBO was ihe deceased was lo nearly all ol the people I IIP re. and tboy were out in force. number also lourneyed. from C.irJ5ion to be present ftl the se-rvicos. Tho Uishoprlc of the Leavilt Ward was in G. Smith prc- Mr. H. D. Kolsoo, of Cardsion, offered Iho opening prayer arvd the Ward choir supplied tho music for the regular service. A solo. "Nearer My God to Theov' was well rendered oy Charles Qumton. and a duct by Cahopn end Pilling .was pless- Rly The speakers wore- Bp. Edward of Glenwood; Mr. Mm. Tyler. Del Bonlta: Thos. H. Leavitl nnd Quintoa, of' the Leavill ward Mr. Z. W. Jacobs. Pres. Thos. Duce. Pres. Edward J. Wood, all of Cardsion and Dp. W. G. Smith of Leavill, MsrLin Wooli, M. P. P.. ol Cardston. gave ihe bonc- dlcllon at the close ol the servi-e, and [ho lutermeul was at Leavitt ward cemetary. Al Wattrton Lakes Partt Tliera was ft very happy parly ol visitors journeyed lo the park on Wednesday last and Ihe trip was made in honor of Ibe visiting repre- sentatives of Ibe. General.Mutual Im- provement BoanJ, who bcra r-i the convention on Sunday last. Dr. John Tnylor and Mrs. May Booth houses. fix- ed the rate for the current year at 37 mills. M. Doull, manater ol Iho lloyal nanX at Glencne, has been transferred o Pertb. Mrs. Lucinda Cook, aged PS. Inger- soll'E oldest rusldent, died as the re- sult ot 6 fall. The old Kischcr block ai Gait has teen purchased by M. Kaufman and Harris Bros. MunJj'ck McKeniie, ono of the besl- known farmers of Kent, died at the age ol Major F. H. Pralten, X. B.. has ibeen appointed medical director ot Brysou Sanitarium. Remington Paper and Power Co both Ot WatertOKD. X. Y. "High ronla and no liquor." were Iho reasons given by Roumanians who stood in Hue all Jay al New York, wailing passports to lake Ihein home. Trying lo save hor livovear-old son 'rom being run iloivn by a u................... ........_._ ______ Poltsville. Pa., woman drnwn uu- been sentenced to terms of dcr the wheels and I A longshoreman arrested at Brook- lyn, X, Y., Is charged wllh stealing wrljt watches, valued at ftO.OCO, from the army supply base. College, of the city of Xew York has started stilonouile. s.ihool tor drivers, or. ovnera-'at a nominal charge to students.'.' Thos! Caldwell, of Florencoville. Is tbo farmers' candidate for1, tho; Fed- eral House In ILo Carloloii, N. II., bye- election. William rhlllljis. a eanal bridRC- letnlrr, is Ihe lalosl arresl In (ho WollMid arson case In eo'nnectioci ivkk which t-wo ni'jn have already Ho ii with coutisel- lug Matilda Itlnk to cimniti art on. Frost, severe enough to Jmuagc lender garden produce, such as io- ntoes. cucuuibera, etc., was report' b> [t-t-rnterd (rooi count districts Quebec, nnd (lower gardens also su.lfert.-d, but, -generally it not alTect to any degree the Jusl at Iho. start of the cvojiine's CDtcrlainiTiei't on Labor al Ravel flreVorkb aud for I be re van a regular oombard l, vhlch tho progrflni did not ull The works -ivero In cliarfifl ol men -who hnmwltately clear- a pile of imported were prcmiilurcly sot. in the Home TO sit down al a 100) wllh tho faiuUr arouml and play Iho old fainlllir hyim-i limes Is great pleasure. If you haven't a piano now, liny tho famous i MASON RI3CH Sold on easy terms and direct from "factory lo homo." Ask for free stylo booklet. MASON Balmoral Block ot For the young ladies slafc Hln rounds Lhat Ho is not even a seer, u there is something of man nid lio honors and Pres. Wood and Mrs. J. W. Low acted [or the young mens stake board. mem- inferiority In Iho word, but a great deal worse according to these Sen- ators. Senalor Brandegee, for in- slance, in referring to Mr. Taft. says "1 never pay any attention lo the i froth hs emits. Every tlrce you throw a cake ot soap intohimhe emits what- ever froth President Wilson ivants him to." Senator Borah says Mr. Tatt does nol advance any new idpas. Senalor Fall "I tilnS Mr. Tail bers of Iho party were Mrs. E. J. .d Gerald Brown and end to see how to manage to live irith prices ol eycrrday articles is paid -for -BritinE" a. lot ol Senator JohnsDn says is a -very pleasant old gentleman whpm everyhody respects and nobody fol- lows." Senator Polndeiler, relerring to. ei- President Tail's interpretation Z of Lhe Nations, dismisses it by saying, packers are in 'f-jeinE nt e. -'te tbe jray Ihe the habll'of mating ot Sectio lion aril y 'That is rot.'! r: The Wilson are prices for the corjEumers, the sooner Lhe D3ckiDg industries come under the conlrorof. th'e''Gpvernirient the -'better for tha- people of- Canada Nol ont (Jis Dnt the government cod- trol of' Lh'e of the necessities of life becomes a live necessity. The einertenco ire hare had with sugar Is anoliier case In point which serve's to advocale tbe need of such nollcy. acd all wh support Uie President in -his stand on the'Leagne of Nations by Senators op posed to tlie League, ID Ibc repula tipn Tfh_ich Presideal Wilson made a th'c. 'Alued In .Versailles tn his relation to. the Irfiagqe, and with --what 'he has In contend against in his land, the LruLh of the saying tha a prophet la riot T-rithout honor save in his own country becomes erldenl WHOM A STRIKE HITS MOST. There is no beller Illustration ol the boomerang nature of a strike than that, to wbkh the Toronto Saturday Night calls atlenllon la Us columns. It refers lo what Uwlt place in Toronto on Sept. 3rd. On Lhat day, at 5 -BaoHr-in'.tbe -Atlemooa.- tilir eMcdi- cal workers employed on the power plant t of vthe Toronto Railway Com- pany struck wlliout notice and lied up on a. day when-tbere were !tftjf. thonsand visitors In the So long os there arc men like Oen eral Smuts, Lhe Empire need never he afraid of disintegration. ai an hour when, as H states, it would inconvenience ererr wage-earner in Uie clly. Lf.l follow lie history of ilrike, as related by Saturday Nlghl. U was called oecauEe the Manager ot tbe Toronto Railway Company had not accepled the award ri.-a Concljla- tioa 'Bpa'rd certain grievances of -.the" electrical the lemrs of wbich had only recelvea the assent ol the Minister of Labor at Ottawa on the previous night, ani'th'e lexl d! 'which was but delivered at irie o'lllces of Ihe Toronlo llailway Company one hour bclore the EtrlXo took place. The explanation given by James T. Gunn. the business agonl' of Ihe oleclrlcal workers, wes, t'nat having failed id obtain an inter wllti JlBnager Fleming, alter two or three 'phone calls during tbe ab sence'of Ihe latter from his office he assumed that lhat olllcial was Iry Ing lo evade him, and therefore called tbn strike. Four hours laler, Btler .the. public had been put to enormous fiirjriVenlence, '5lr' Gunn on learning Ihe company 'had accepted the iward, >nd ippartntly had never con- -Icrnpl'lei' other course, called off 'toe The fesua.of 'strike h Hills lurnincrl up. hy. ..lie' -Toronto Journal. TJie sutfercta were firgl of. all Hie scorp.} idl of working- incn, clerks, business women, faclory girls and ehop girls, who In tunny In- had to walk mfles on a hot Secondly, Iho nlauy Ihous- it is a case of "carrying borne the the packers cerlainly know how to do it. On the road to skoold be what the citlzens-ot Leth- bridge will he doing on Lite aflemoon ot Wednesday nezt. Duck and chicken Eh.ool.lrjg stand to he regarded In LeLnbrldEe as "Royal SporL" This will not. however, p; vent all and sundry engaging In il. The !asl named, Mrs. Williams, s an old acrnillnlanco ot Dr. Taylor, s they weie playoiales in later child- .ood. The day was perfect and so were all he arrangements. Luncheon was erred by the ladies near the Falls jid then a trip up the lake follow :d. This was most enjoyable, though hero was rather a stiff breeze down tic lake-..i The trip home by moon ight could not he improved and al voled it the moat happy day within recent recolleclion. There are praclically-no visitors a the Lakes: these days hut work Is cpn- linuing'.on the roads-and the sup'er- olfice ii receiving the fln- tshipg touches. i-ThB'flre at Oil Cily is .reported lo the bunk .house nircl stable, and was extingnisheri be- (ore'Eettlng inlo the IJmher ot Lhe oil stored Ihern lor- shipment- Personal Mention Misses Amy and Jennie Deazer, who have -successlolly completed their "courses In commercial work al Calgary, have" returned lo the home counlry. During the summer they have been engaged in hank and sten- ographic work at the big city. Miss Amy" Beazer is leaching at her horns town, and Miss Jennie haa tak- en a position wllh X- W. Jacobs, L.L.B., whose rapidly growing law business keeps two typists busy. Teachers arc still in demani lor Iho soulh counlry. Mr. P. A. Taylor was in lown Utls week looking for n eacher lo begin al once for the Tllcb field school district Reports have H that ers are wanted for-Aetna Two new districts, Chief Mounlain soulh of Kimb'all and Dolan district, (named for our.Iate school inspector; wesi oi Aeiua, "yriii suuu r'euiri teachers. W. D. McLennan, Calgary, has pur- chased tho Jarbor and ranches for JSC.OOO. Garnet Simmonds, a Winnlngton laa. was killed by lightning whlla driving a learn of hbrees. A meeting of the eiecutlvo com- Itlee'of Lhe U. E. Dcmocralic nalion- 1 conimlllee will be held at Atlantic ity Sept 26, While a dentisL in New York was xamlnins the 2f 2 pstlent the alter -lifted" J2.SOO worth ol bonds rotu his pocket. The Niagara Grape Growers' As- oclalion have decided that tlic price )f Concord aud Niagara grapes will bo 40 cenls a basket lo dealers. Mrs. G. A. Fraklin, Bellerille, was from a buggy ngalnsl some sLones while driving home from Stir- ing, and died from e fractured skull. A. S, McDougald, of Melbourne, has leased a number oE farms around Cowal for oil and pas production, and bas started putting down wells. While excavating for a house al Jackson. Mich., ivhai Is thought to be tho body of a prehistoric man, 12 feet long, was found. dozen meo were arrested In Chi- cago In connection with an alleged conspiracy to flood tbe country with worthless Becuritlss- France" Till pay a lasting Irihule to ,mericaTs Ihe war by. lay- The man-who estreated his" baj on Monday, no doubl, believed in the truth of Buffering tbe "srirjgs' anc arrows of outrageous foi flying ID" IroublCs "we School Aisignmenls Work is going along.-smoothly In teacher have- 'assigned to" their grade H3 -follows: Sykea, grade Annie pupils, Iho Ust 'tiUi'riM tjrme, "byerHow from. Eradd'.I; 51153 Alrba. Coomhs. grade Miss Parrisff; grade IV; Miss Vcrda-Du'ce; grade V, while ha.svthiH'selecls" rtunc" IV arid linn- wot not fik'h-'Archih'ild.-grade-YlJ'-MI.BS-Cora 'of Ihe 'Prince ol >Vale? to.-'.Ehflol-'iJujjli arid prairie hicken. whlfe' onj lilj: >vjsil. lo Lelb- shows lhat-hc l.s a "good srort" n mbre senaesilhari .one, Tne view laXeri by tha Hon. C. J. Dohcrty, Mlriistcr of Justice, In re- gard to Canada's Malus aa a nation, It may b5 nolrrt. Is endorsed editorial- ly ny tbe Kng.f Times and tho Herald. .Th'e (jucstlori sboultl now be settled (or all Lime. nlssftteV.grade. VII; Miss May Hall, 'grades -are in chart-n of.nrlncipaj-J. W. Law and hl3 assistant, Mr. Golden vVoolf. During the forenoon of each day Mr. Archie .Robblna lias- mantiaK j for .Ibe grade, .And physical training with art aitpei-vlafon keeps him. very IBJT in .the aC.crnponB.' CommUsioncr Frce-raart, like brothers of the councLJ, may occa- sionally lay himself or.c.l lo crIUcism. But taking the tacts Into aa placed hy h absolved from all blame for rot tho pint form al the .Majestic.Theatre on Sun- day Y i' There wcia. a wonderful fiiln. of humanity dlflplaytu by the velernns- of tlie (1. W. V: -A. in Sudliiiry) Oni. when in endorsing Ihe proposal gra Ittity they gave first claim ti> 'the npzt-oMiln of Ihoso wlio dledjwnllc In acr'vicc. Tliftl, we focrl eurr-.'JIs'lli splrif-of o'll'lfcc Rev. A. II. Whalley, Arnprior. has CHAMPION NEWS (From the Chronicle.) ,A light froat was reported on Tues- day Irom portions of.Ihe districL It 5 thought no harm was done to f he crop which could inlfer. Progress has beeu -witu (ho reposition Lo build a curling rlnlc and a. canTQSB o[ the town be at an. early dale to aacerla.n the eileot of tho support {haI can be relied up- on. Those who have been approached .Ero In of- Tering their endorsalion. lo the pro- ject, as U [3 generally- recognized some such means of winter recreation tiaa long been needed. Mr. and Mrs. Orr and daughter re- lumed to town onlMonday after ai oxtcnded holiday ircnt at Ontario points. Their trip was thoroughly en- joyable but everyone else liey were glad to get back (o the While comtng tnto town on Salur- ij- aitcrnoon, a Mcbaushlln car, drir- en by Klmer Anderson, skldden on a corner, turning comnletcly upside down, pinning the occupants under- neath. Uesides-'the driver, W. R Scott, of Champion, and C. E. Anrlcr son's two sons were the occupants ot the car it overturned, and they extrlcalcrf themselves from the awkward, -position with difficulty Fortunately, no one ivas seriously in [ured, bruises and scralchcSj of which Mr. Scott had A fair share, being extent of the casualtles- Klctlrlc Ifght connection lias been marie during the Trecli to Tnylor' roccry, hardware, the Long Louis cafe and Chcs. Ilyndman1 harher shop. Tho effect la highly sa1 Isfaclory and It seems a pity th system couhl not he extended to Hi rest of the places of business. Work haa hcen commenced on th hridg-i across the Little Bow east o (own. Rome material has hcen haulc lo Williamson's croaalnfc, hut owin lo extremely difficult, approaches en rountcrcd Ihorci 5t was decided I change the location to Baldwin croasing, one mllo farther west. Th men anpolnteil rc.clor of Sf, hllrch, Alhun work la nrocccded wllh at one and the will bo an ac com pi IB] td fact in A short time. Children's Shoes We arc in a position to give you the best values in Children's Shoes. Our stock has been selected from ihe best known manufacturers olf these lines. .We hare llin well Vnown Classic Shoe. The Hnrlburl Cillhlon rirnl Solid leather, h line ol Classic maVe for (ftllrlrcrV Jn wlrllhi II C anil Klzca from 2 (Infants) lip lo 2 Where cl.sG can you KCI itV "ASK TO Bt FltTED SHOES FOR ALL ACES Co. 620 THIRD AVENUE SHERLOCK BUILDING leaving u nolo saying lie was going to start' lite'bver elscvihere u 13 year- old boy at Albion, Mich. ..leader of n Medicine ..jtbs whrcn sne usea m ine now Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, from the fields and forests, then steeped them on her kitchen stove and filled a few bottles at a time, to alleviate the suffering of her women friends, neigh- bors and the; success' of this medicine was unparalleled. Years These illustrations show the present method by which vast quantities of this well-known remedy are produced and from exactly the same kind of roots and herbs used by Mrs. Pinkham in the various herbs used are of ihe Finest quality, and gathered at ihe time iheit medicinal strength is the highest. ihe herbi are properly ground and miied, ihe medicinal propertiei are extracted by soaking in large slone jars, covered. the extract is drained through percolators, acting somewhat like a coffee percolator. insure a thoroughly pure medicine, it is carefully pasteurized by heat in special apparatus, and bottled hot. Throughout the entire process, from the crude herb to ihs finished medicine in bottle, cleanliness and exactness.are the watch-words. The Reliability of Guaranteed The testimonials published by ihe'Lydia EL Pinkham Medi- cine Company come to ihem unsolicited. Never knowingly have they published an untruthful letter, never is a letter published without the written consent of the writer. The reason lhat thousands of women from all parts of the coun- try write such grateful Betters is that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has brought health and happiness into their lives, once burdened with pain and illness. It is easy to realize how these poor, suffering women feel when restored to health; and their keen desire lo help other women who are suffering as they did. Ailing Women Should Try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ;