Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAOE-FO'OR umnmMB DAJLT 'WEDNESDAY. SF.PTKMBKR 17, 1919 tveralb alberta OMLV'ANO WEEKLY and Publlslura THILiTHCRiKE HERALD MINTIMS COMPANY, LIMITED ttl Mi South, W. X 'fiwidtal and Manijgins Director Ttrranca ElUlusss Manager 125J 122-t Mwnfetf Audit Burti-J of lubeerTpllefl Dalhr, delivered, week .....I Dally, delivered, per year ......7.50 DeJIy, by mill, ptr ytar S.OO by mail, per 50 Weekly, by mall, per year lo U.S. J.W It is no! necessary to impress this, (or it is already known and expressed by the welcome lot the throne met vherever be has been In his visit to the Dominion. -Dut outward pd visible jJler all the'u- of 'inward appreciation. his- should be aide evideiil by 3 f titan at decorating on Oct. 2nd. is not loo early to make prepara- ons for the same individually. Dates of eiplry of subscriptions aj- IMr dally on address label- Accept- papers after expiration dale tg our authority to contbiaa the sub- THE MEETING OF CAPITAL LABOR. X dar which may mean a Terr ijreal very little to lie economic welfare of the Dominion was ushered tn with ilondflj- ot this weet On thai day lociuslrlal Conference at OlUira opened and Capita] and Labor 1 met oa a tommoDi rooting Jo_tome to mutual as reUUocsblp on; to the olber. In Uie Bplril lo Tblch the mectlne U.conducted much depends- If Lhtre Tilth sympathy titended. with. DO ,sectloti oat for its own particular interests but, to aller a well ..mown phrase, all tor the well fare of the State and for humanitV ir leceral, all wlM be well for the and prosperity .of the in. ?On fcud. "jf .there" U to :be o( "Pull deyiK poll with knd tfl for-themselves re- UUonsiiip hold to tbe economic nrid, then the Conierenee -Tffll aeau BO much of lime despair and will Uki of those better io: the out the iwttt. utlclpftUooa.: GkptUI hu raspoDsibilitj. lo th So .hu There oiice which, if Tads are as ited, merits the severest crltlcUu. n invalided so.Mler, on hoard the ospital ship arrived, at ortland. and it was found necessary further "detain him for treatment Coburj. The man has not been ischarged. He IE still oa the slrenjlh. ut, curiously, enough; while he. is 111 drawing army. wtiich, [n the rcuiustauceii. are right In latlnj e 13 doing, his widowed mother in bis city has been notified that the 'paralion allowance lo which she Is milled. aod.r which she his been up o how. bas now ceased. In lat her Bonjiac'landed In Canada. The tlupldlly Jthe iuhumsnity of he' proceeding i apparent hrn "Te eay that the. mother has een greatly dependent on the, scpara' on allowance which, with the assign- d pay and Patriotic allowance, was I Ere'at help to her. The.son is not 1 i fichU u to whjc _ wfll Eel off the-bcltcr. The Indmctri; t'Tes "the opportnnltT 1 MJUe one to other. drtation ba tertli happy consnmmatl lirhlch' spells the. piibUc ''CS'o note struck at th OinCeraoce .thin the words In th conveyed by Sir Rober "Tlje employer If be 1as dealt with in iall. The fprXhe year Is one designed lo Intensify "the' spirit- uaklife of the young'andrrcads: "Wo stand for spiritual growth through at- tendance at sscrimen.t' meetings.' The Boy Scout moyement.was one ot tho JrincljaTsubJec'lVdiscuisen. Dr. Taylor spbie in hi-hest" tornii of scoulcraft as a means of'frinning the boy and. developing him along 'proper chaHels of growth.. for cleaner, bigger, stronger, finer boy- hood aod consequently, a m'ore splen- did manhoarl., its jdeali were essen- tially ChrUlaln, and as Mr. W'eaver pointed out, Christ the Master was "the Ideal type ol sco'yl." Scout WOTK isVmost important'phase of the activities ol the Y. M-li.J. A. v N. of Lethbridge, scout 'commissioner' for the district, spoke at -'the afternooon session. He said the leaders of-the boy scoot ;iove mcut desired, a lirge' representation from the south country" .when the Prince of viclts The prince, would inspect th'e boys, said ilr. and appeaieV for. aggreia tlon" it acoiit's from the towns'of 'the[ konlh. ;.Il. was obUgalbry, ti'at1 thVy. appear m uhi ilo Thfr lltrald) lljMlai a celluloid hairpin end apply- ing It to a bucket of coal slack, Dan Wilde, seven-yearold son of- Arthur WIMe. of received the of the eiMocton cA apd Is lyiTig la a'critical tenaillon his shoulders and arm horribly burned, Dr, In- wks two toe The accldeol happened last Saturday after- icon and-the child still in a serioui opndllloD, although his recovery 1ft probable, according fo the last reporta from tha attending "doctor. Bishop anfl Mra. J G. Allred, Golden Snow and Elder Hicfcs leare shortly Btfihop All red ufl wife go'to Canadian mission, wlthiheadquarlere at Toren- lo; Elder Snow to the Eastern SUtes vilh heAdtjuarlcrs nt- New York, and Elder Hlcka to the Northern Slates mission, with "headquarters at UP IN TBE UiN PRJNCE MAKES A. HIT AT HICH SepU Dr.-Ceo. Forbes died at BeicnhurV Ur- Roii, M. P. P-, by Kasl Algoma Tories. Ambrose Goodmau. Toronto lawyer> formerly of Cayugii. Is dead. RoiL Weddell, proratnent Traolou, Onl., "contractor, is dead. S. of Capo, I: the U. P. 0. candidate for, the legislaturejn East Durkam. Wilson 'Clloe. of l-'en.ick. is the farmer candidate for the Ontario Islature in Lincoln county. A Erf it number of the fruU pickers in the Olcanagan centre this Doukhobor wgmen. HIGH KlYER. ot WalM lapny Irluiapk tydiy ____ __ way, from. Qalcur to the. Bar-0 gaa4e (orever iolUl whh (he school children who turned out to hlutrby saying that ke lad isktd lielr princHpal to give hem a holiday tCimorrov, not-' a hair-holiday, but a whole day In ken or if their meeliac.... The prince planted a trie (i Ihe ichool yard, while hundred} of clll- lens cheered..- Tie children sang for him, after which the prince said- My. dear 1 have enjoyed welcome you have given v me very aid I to en- ivy my vijfi. too. wl-have asked your headsuater give ypu a whole holiday, tomorrow." rat lla length, his U aald to bo the mosTtnpul Ihe p'rlDce kas yet made. spade used ay the prince dur- ng the ceremony waa later auction ed off, over 131 k' .'llowe. I Chicago. well soci Allrod an N'eit Friday night l be tendered ID the tiret ward. fare- C.'IIowe. iniaigitlon com the port of New York' raaigned. x _ V H, Steinberg, of New llarabarg, was bvfcd up to his head In a gravel-ptt cavern, and was rescued by hla Perclral: 'Tlr heart hi on Bre with love for you! My very soul is aflame." Gertrude: "Papa will pui you oul." Sir Arthur Currk boy- hopes thall all s'portsmen will ,cfc killed beeji T. J. O'Brien iperi( loday working n the Irrigation petitions tor this disT rlct There -was a sood response rom ,the farmejn and the raft will soon be on its wayito Ed- lonton for ratification. r jio People's Forum form, Skoua'on (old'-the man' atop' to o'nt of hist-faltoaubn BOggvaliog th.e .year'Voixad that some .of.tlie mereh'aerta order, "tie can -they' PTpdn waterfawl and lo better.shooling over- the country, "Rod and Gpn m It ia Im- perative; that we. know more about "B these If hiras B scarce, in one locality and plentiful In' another, -Ve. innEt. know .the reason wliy, For thli purpOM "Hod...ud Gnn1 eiamlne all due! wbaiher j or not they banded..-: American JJIrd Banding.. A3ECK> iation, with headqaaflers Amer- ican Museum of Natural Hlgtory, New York ment of Agrlculure, p. C., and several individuals ure making a practice ,cf handing fowl to aecerfaln llieir mlgra'tory lines i According rnlen laid down by the American Game Protective' AST Eoclallomf-wild.ducka are trapped by ina agata llbei afiev" Caving an 'aluminum band firmly fattened to one pleg. These and" are1- "also sUmped Srirh-lBe- address of the per' son "ijryasKjnaUpn' doing the work. suits and allhr the; .make "on then' Tiis.was being done'In aome of .Ihe tpwn'aT At tba. closing .BeasJdn reports', were submil'le'J Lh'y Palmer of the Y. Mrs. Emll Weed, .president of tb Y; L. 'M. i. by the rep: Lake. Mrs. Talmage -A. They; were ;t t of the iSfllowed ;tnfu Salt day. Blft thin; will be only tin trne to stale, the eitepr .Bon rather J Thnnaay Oct. uniqio in the; history of. tha. el'l r- In that on tbat dayTft will" be visited VJ a member of what we.are w'otrt (o .eall Roral '1n'; the to will he'.ihe'.founWn iMd lite-Eriplre- hare seei flit to'adopt and adhere-Lp..' :'Tne way of Indivia.iiiil'be'lcriiglhg a .ciaaa apart from of us li gaere.ly the. embodiment of (hose of rtTlerghip which'cannot but Ivied IB a single person. In of Uttajblp to Ihe peojje Empire, (i rnay Prince b( Waleg, il ''UK King, la "erf the peoples-arid1 by itie He' ingtlln ba've 'crested fl'a token of rtlcome Ihe y'jecurattoBf along W paw is one wbtch will k( nnXlo of the. Prince of Walea (ilihfutlr to 'it, ia, his recirJ only other Ihinfs, tat In Ihe '.lft clearly :ahowf. Wksa gunner a TeQussLsd' 14. epmrnniilcale >wifh the addreu-on The' giving .the num- p'lace and i to make It easy to determine the routes rra'.'elled 'by-the- birds, and, ai'more and more'of tBe Certain will their eiact.'raoternenU' bi 'made. LbcaV ducXsliooters" eporls- sh'otiW> "endeivor 16 live-up to madix They 'are.In Ihe. .Interests..oliluck hunjers as a whole and of duckshi-Hilln.; as. a sport, linn, W. L. Mackcnile King" glrntK Lho right note at the Industrial Con- ference at Ottawa when he declared thfl-ln Us delltierallom should with thf sjogan for..tie, year.-declar- that, th'e need waa; a firmer, faith In Uie'vOoapel of Jesus .Christ. Thte. doubt and- ikepticism, said (to speak- er, an age when prin- ciples are being eadcrs must be alive and'wage a relentless'warfare. against Dr. .Taylor lo he prasent (alth of deep-rooted, as" sacred? .lie .deplored the wave ot Indifference. over Ihe .earth with, relation to the Gospel of and made.a call for and women to go out "last dli, thefn into the bosom of ChriiL- The tobaceo1 habit waa on the Increase, the .diaclng' crajjfr. was becoming more and .more -.mnivena more Improper, these' and other vital problems confronted the M. A. workers, said' the. hales a quitter; he IIKei In nee a man or woman dlj; everything, ever grappling the )ig tilings, of life and rendering-wili- ng service to humanity." he declared. Mnslw.l numbers by Mr. N'alder, of Rayipond, and Mr. Coombs, and Mr. Meln'tyre, "of LttaV bridge. and testimony as strong aa .that their fathers? la It as'.deep-root and work .aid to .lie [ch" and '.bring FOCH SEARCHES I FORL BODY OF SON AMD RELIEF LUciy Strike, Sept. il, Editor Herald: taking up relief _'or the benefit of the fRrmers of SoMh-J eni'Arberla I "iris to your paper Qw' Interview yon had Ith Hon: Archie McLean wherein he slated tba_Jannera In tils district were'not u bad off as he expected to ffnd Hem, but the Question of for live very gi" question! In other, words the lire-----_ should be taken care of'in preference to the farmer, hie" wife and "children. In my foterrtew with the hbn.' gentle- man at my hoine! he slated a'man WM a mighlr poor fanner who could not supply) hie. table froiu of h'i butter and ffja. Does Ike koa. do not and with oo bitter Bens'lay, freezing either. When these >wo. sourcBs' ol n'come stop how is the farme'r_ going gentleman please the problem and tell.the fanneri how to'pay tielr rl.billo ed at that interview that additional -vork would be provided, put I am that the. "government has no money fo put o'ut road work.. McLean's'---attelrt Ion waa called li ray last letter to tte Her- ald whtrein I adroeated the 'calling' of, parliament lo piss such needed eglslatlon as necessary to. aid the farmers and he replied) It'.waa ,nnt 'of t'e .that It .'.would take Fifteen, million' dollara. tob'supply re- lief matters and the province could not gland for it- Now. the Dominion government In 1914 aof 1A15 aMil a. .little over thirteen million dotVs and tfils was .Alberta, ------------iwan and kow could II take the amount mentioned_bj him In this Province? Frona criticism i turn read Herald.ot his visit coan- aih very much afraid he'.h'as delivered .to the premier 'a wrong version of the situation and tbe farm- ers can look for nothing from tho provincial' government. In a recent letter from Hon Uuican MarshairKe states "The work In connection WII6 relief la.In the hands ot Ihe road fore- men_of "Worka-Department.' and'Tney are endeavoring to" eipend money on roads so B9 to era a chance to put their'teams work and cam some- money and 1C you will confer wlthMbe road man In your district he :wlfl ajdst yam In this matter." who nw. a wife and two iget couple lo .____ lo two-different foremoi, lor wotw. Thefr anawer was, "Good Lord, we have more men than we.caaTMe with' a w.aldng list a yard and any wty" the money for roiad 'work Is about eihausted end' erpeict to t'ult very shortly. i. Anotter party got six .dtrV' work ind.ttiat was all they give him. Ike earned for Ihe ill layn for himself and horses J72.M deddctfng horse feed and own board In Ihe cooX car he had between port .his wife and family on .that? If the Hon. Gentleman had'- to ea bread and butler, oatmeal and egg' about- 'three times a day for a few week's, he would more nearly apprec- needed. ThanX God, of Hon.-j; A, Calder and Hon. Meijhen through.' the drougal stritken area will be more productive oC relief for' the tamers th'a'n any -visit Ho'iu .Archie .McLean wonldv'evvr make. The Dominion GOT ernmerlt Is now consld'ering' relle lutten aad It is fell tbat ten mDIIon on for thrj relle of tie farmers in Alberta and Saak ateheiftm. Tonrk truly, 'i -WaiJAJi N. MBRWAJJ. RIVEK IE. The hood home in Adelaide three milts eict, of Stralhroy, OB Suiday. Work on Ibe 'permanent JrrUKlon Flumes 'and ditches for Sunimerland, B. C., Is being pushed ahead very rapldlv. The cost of the syslem Is estimated at Estimates of cold from the placer camp of the Yukon Vflley and Tcrrllory for the geasoa will total V A bed-of Flam In f Chicago park lo the memory of Sanaa, soldiers, was Brown froin given by the St. Thouisa Horticultural CpmoiMs certainly dry in more w'ays "than oncl Tljey bad their first Inst'wcek since the temperature U calling in the tent- dwellers. The returned men of Hedley.-B.TJ., are asking the government to 'riuY- chase a piece of ground upon which to erect a mon'unient 'to their comradea wholare sleeping "over The Royal Humane Can: qda present MrJ. 4ith 3 medal at Field last week 'for her' gll lantry in'rescatng from drowning the nine-year-p'ld son of M. Stftevcs, an engineer. A large of friends From w Tpi GUI anil ati the way up lo 160V. Xo need lor aay home lo be .without a Vlclrola. lor celve InaiedbUe, wo guarantee safe" dtJlVeryl Noth- inj but new Record B aeit.' Tti, were present to -.Ititst .tie ccrc-1 mony. r TLc Sleiun iudtr" mill at. Kalrvlcv. B. hu- wouhd-ue' tire ,'pih.ttr day JnnV dealers In Spokane a ton. n.-Clayloii Proctor the U. F. 0. fandidBjte-far lie Ontario LegiBlature in.Xarlh- Bflice. W AmOR, a -former PresDylerlau "inln-. was the farmers'1 ill' the John o awarde'd by the' C dated MiniDc and. SmeltkV' Co.- ol Trail, B. 'C.', for moeX .profic-', lent. in ooen to sons' of enpioTeM.o! company. The ameH.er .wH agir JpiwttJa7 Alhn with fWO a'year'fOT. Vte hmrjy'earE Ke wih attend university.'- v know the younger. Foch was i killed early in war. politics ONTARIO MAKING USE OF HOUiINO SCHEME 'TORONTO, Sejii. mu- lildpalllles throughout the Tirovlnce afe at preaent working under lie pro- rfncjil hotfging scheme, operallni; un- der tnc-.neparlnienL of the provincial secreta'rr 'and there iow construction. This atttt an oollay, for the financial' l AnX ind 'It I Jay lo ied (o Increase Ihe onl- or in S.OCrt) dwellings. tdnrn'M r.ppK PARIS, Sept. has rccentfy asked the Belgian government to have the-body of his son, wbo was'killed In August, I6H, In (lie shal Koch has relfglounty refrained........-----------......-------------- frflm mentioning his ton and f4w and 960 left to him for hla grab slake for, himself, .wife and child. Could the Hon. Archto MoLeaa gup- We are in a. position to give you the best in Children's Shoes. Out, slock has been selected'frrtn (he-best known manufacturers of these lines. have Ihe Vell.kn'riwn Classic The llurtblirt Cmhlern ancl Williams' Solid leather. A line rrf Clatalc nwlft to 2 Whire else' gel it? JfH JO BE FITTED" t SHOft'FOfl AU. AOM W J. NELSON 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 5 5 before the war c a package the war c a THE FLAUOUR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE!