Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR Vtbbtiboe 1 MR UfiHMItiUk rlU.'HSUAY, SKl'TKMBKIl 18, [LABOR'S PROPOSAL BlbcrU DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publlthcn THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD COMPANY, LIMITED Mh Street South, W. A. Buchanan and Director Pusiuess Manaje TELEPHONES OFfLC. Uttorta] Office 1252 1224 Audit Bureau of Clrculitlont Rain: i deUrered, per week f dellTerBd, per year 7.50 D..V11T, b7 mill, per year 5.00 mall, per year 1.50 Weekly, far mall, per year to U.S. Z.OO DUlr, ITO COPE WITH THE SITUATION. j Danfc officials, chough rtmio may class them with capitalists and there- fore Milt they hive io say wllh prejudice, must, to be (air to them, be regarded as tbrewd men auti pos- sessed with a fair fharo of cornmob sense. Almost following one ou tho other, we have had visits to Ihe city Just recently of the higher officials of two important banks. 11 Is to bo noted, and it Is iveU that it should (be noted, that these men in whatever terances they made (or public use, not fall to urge work and as Important elements with hlch we shall be able to cope with lat Is al present au atournial con- tlon of Lbinjs. .The sooner this. is ilized by one and all (he belter it II be for (he community and for Individual. That this vleiv Is becoming spread evidenced by the committee report the New Yort State Federation, Slate body of the American Fed-, ration ol Labor which we borrow om the Toronto Globe. It reads Dales of wpI-T of daily on address label. Accept- of papers after expiration ta oor authority to contloue lie sab- CONGESTION IN THE LOCAL COURTS. ihe wheels ot justice should toe trammelled by dtlay Is Inexcusable- Thai however, the case In the city as applied lo the District Court, n-Jtb two courls sitting, tie minor court to make tlirsugl: Ibc iranl of a court reporter. Such a conditioD is deplorable. Yesterday In ihe District Court business vas arrested through the one and only reporter arailabte bcloj engaged In the Supreme Court. Cases Tkhich, we presume, needed a short- 'hand'tahlng down were obliged in be heJJ over. What this means lo transaction of In ihe District Court, wiLh the loss of lime end the great inconTenience lo iadl vidnals who have to attend the court, may be easily imagined The TD alter in. Jtie pabllc- interests calls for The; string of eipense eipcnse in 'ttatfe.-'cf thinBS-Iii Ihe 'courts. "Tbls fact be. overlooked. It .affects ri- mon -Trays-- tiain.- one ;lt U a bid a tale of-.thioca which fihonld oot be suffered lo continue. The moral of the sitnalion is shown Vip the firl that the Jaoge cf the .ttlslrlct Court had lo contact himself (he bearing ot niloralizaUoa pllcallons while other, had to aside. If Jnstice should' n'ol "be denied to any man, neither snoatd "-It be delayed. ;THE INSPIRATION OF THE COALDALE FAIR. What Nfltnre bas failed to do parts of Southern AlberU, it made to accomplish by the harnessing of Nature. That fact i vividly brocght to mind to .jhe .Coaldale Fair. .Tue'priwr of H ,Uy.-scattered In glodoas profoilon of 1 qaaJ'ly, In the uid flowera ibe eye there. apeak ol-rnral happlnesi, and, Lhe raaklas of Ihli, the kindly yield of MolJier plays rery ImpoM mat It is part of the Weal o! lite, and real In the flower Ibat pUddens and Ihe garden products .Vwhlch with the personal loucn of the attention given to their ralalnp gives sonaethlag of an abstract dts "-.liBcUou over loose which" are bought 'I To what was displayed at the Fair brings appermost al -Ibe poetry which., whether It he fancl fsi or not, goes with rural Jife N'alure harnested lo Its 'in the Coaldale district" reality' may ,pa.nl-Khen' we r'ipeftk ot life ..on .the Ths'.Coa] dale Fair an iuspira tloti of ihe (here a re To v making what may' be fanciful turn .a what is iis aid In fir effecilT' ner than all the propaganda in.Ill It ciiMol but be spmelblng. ol com tnd asfurance wh'o'hay bvcn faVnalaff raT6rfcil Cokldalft has-been rendered possible (her Ire.made elsewhere by' harnea !ni ;N.ilure. In the of, rivera mnjl be..a; suspension of and" advac- __j Americans must bend. Iheii acts to "the "oars "and pull steadily Aether MiEaJn5l -the storm-tossed aters'. unlit our boat, again rides [fely on the placid sea of prosperity." Following the above report the edcrntlon has recommended that all Tikes In progress In New York State e suspended for a period ol six dnths and that any employer taking dvantage ol a Irnce lo serve his own terests is to he fought by the whole >ower of organized-Labor. Labor in the Stales, as denoted by be above recommendations, has come see what diminished production ans to the cost of living In raising he lame.- '.Executive Labor, in the Utet U not only.giving good advice nt is anxious lo cut the ground from nder the feet of those who hare ei: tfses to mate f the jniliflcalibn f present there.' In the Stales here 'is wort going on in regard le reduction o[ prices In the sfltne way iti which the Board of Commerce engaged in Canada. The sa roctdure advised over Ibe border lonld be. adopted here, EO that the ame euda may be arrived aL morejn tarmin financial side. .There h th Mitertct which Is gained b; those eld tuch u vegetable and Howe TSwe jire Ihit kindly touc h'nukef labor an Interest. hw been made posalb 'If tmtttlt f eld' .be mmde genenl Vy trricttkn in Southern Alberi i, Mcd be no a, f'tf trtuglmt (te tcWeit uuJ kee 'f Imi ud covtenled Tie Pilr it CMlddle, If U Us no .'i fulfilled other t million In brln'glng hope lk6fe 6e In despair '.the-Mire In thai, with frrlgnllo w'ovVoa.lM firms wlllno tlT'be t ifmrfyerr tor tlnincU bul one ol pleasure and prod 'Uncertainty as to Government rog- as to industrial tttude, uncertainty as to new lion, uncertainty as 10 future market nditions. hate disturbed and dis- cated industry to a degree never es- erienced before. These are facts ttich. no body o! men to dis- ule. TvJll certainly not ques- on them. "Vouc committee is convinced that Is condition. U all .wrong and cannot e permitted- lo conllnue unless we IABLR mm (Conthmrd from Front Basebill Milch Coaldale and Ltlhbrldse put up a iaitle reval CD Its bsseball dla niond and this foaturo ol the after- noon's sport provided real fua for the ivhole o[ visitors nil going nomo time. It developed Into a real swatfeel and ihe score loots like thst ol a cricket but It real fun all ihe Dlstlngulsrxd P. L. Nalsmith. chief o( Ihe Uepatl- ment of natunl resources of (he C.I'. R, and Prof. Hullon, head ot the agri- cultural branch ol the time menl, graced the fair wllh their cnco mill both expressed themselves as mure than pleased at> Ihs voader- lul showing 0( Irrigation products by ihe CoilJale district. Thoroughbred. Stock The building up of herds of thor- ousbbred stoci can safely be under- taken on Irrigated [arms' ip Southern Alberla. Coaldale district is surely well to the front In Ibis line, loo, anil promises soon lo bave some. herds of national and even' International fame. The heart ol every lover ot good lireitocV was surely warmed as he vieued some of these wonderful animals. As usual, John McD. Davld- mdillons, uncertainly as to Uhor's j sou vras to Ihe. (root iritb a great ex- lacsett, president of the board trade, occupied} tho chair, and 'we' your uuiuiiiiiicc r not ,bor alone, but vthe people of the hole United wish lo Invite a taster unparalleled In history." The eopie pell, -There muit breathing hibIL of Herefords from Good Luck ranch, four relies, east of Coaldalo A Magnificent Hereford At the head of this herd slood Hugh birlaj, a magnificent boll, -worth 510.000. sired br Perfection Fairfai. .he" most Hereford sire in he world. This animal was bought >y Mr. Dnvidsou from tho' famous Mc- herd at Klntland, ludlana, and his like cannot today be purchased by sale. At a recent -McCrsy pub- ic sale, two of Hugh Fairfax's balf- irothers sold for J25.000 each; and 20 icifers and 20 bulls of the same 'strata )rought an average price oC at ast year's sale. Side hv "side Titb. iuEh falrfax stands Prince Dare, by Paragon XU_ a llne-brsd bull. Two rears ago Mr. Davidson 'nought 'this animal at the Chicago fat stoct fair. These two great slris readj-to 'decorate for Oct. 2ud. Politics "acquaint a man with [rznsre'Vedfelfows" 'as' Premier -Dfb'yd e.drge'bis Cpmo to rcSii7c--wilii iiio urronDQlugs 1n Ilia Cabinet Russian thistles within the mill appear to be the Russian slt- atton here which the cliy commis- loner do not appear to endeavor to Everything happens have been n favor of the Coaldale Pair, ft no doubt leave line results in Ihe upbuilding or the famous herd at 'Good Luck ranch. Another beautiful animal deserving special mention Is Vemice ,a two-year- old heifer, that cost Mr. Davidson about thto spring al the McCray sale. Sha has been bred lo Perfcc- (ion and Mr. Davidson la ei- peeling her.to malerially help In bnl'ijlng up his'herd with famous prize winners In Ibe future. This breed was .well represented by a showing o[ elghl head.' from the stock three miles. Eoulheast of. "where g t air line or these; jreUy.-blick cattlo'w'as iuade VyiRViit his stocb'Tarm -four- milea abnthweat :of Coaldale: His exhiblt.TtE headed ty a fine-bull thai wontthe grandvcham- Ihe A'lbertaiUyeatock Sbo'w Ihis spricg; and thai sold for the highest money in "bis" class.' 3Ir.. Lea also had an exhibit of English Shire horses, led by the Imported stallion Hambler that he bought Brit- ish Columbia government' after three years' service in. that proyince. 'Aynriirn In this class LleuL Ttarren, ot Ihe IVyveme. stock farm, located In the Van Home Veterans' .colony, four miles northwest of C6aldale: had very pretly herd of [our animals. Here Tras seen Lakeview "Jerry, a two-year- bld bull, and Lakevicw Blanche, Alexa, and Lily 11, all .two-year-old bred by Roland Ness, of-DeWintoii, and winners of eSamnlphsMp 1st, 2ni and 3rd at tho Calgary fair last July This berd should shoir great results in bulling nn the dairy Industry In thp Coaldale district. R. C. HarveyTi Visitors to the fair whir -failed to see (his exhibit, missed a treat. The tors but the ram came down on Tues- ay to lay the dust for the passengers a the roid which led to the Fair on la-big dfty'on'.Wednesday. ot only blesaed'wHti numbers of vis- public generally are' no-donbt- aware that. 'Mr- Harvey Is 'Special al There are all Kinds of days.. Tbere Is the Irish sltaa- loc, Ibe Russian altuallon, the pollt- cal Xltnailon. But the situation In which' lha'Caoadlan people are mqsl reMedr at Ih'e present time. 13 he' Vilh regard to pres- ml writerfreferrlng to Ih'e .Horatio ,-Botlomley, 'of Jcbn Ball, classes bim with (he "nine" Ip ,t 'sfde ilors 'Street-' with their famous the "p.ebjile ol'-FIngland." it lo.jiavc been "three" tallort. who'were responsible for'.lbU No doubt, the'.writer bad'In mind the saying ''Nine tailors .make a man." When In- Prince .'ot--Wales visits the city Oil Ocl'Indl Ibe City Com mlsloners ehould be careful to ECC thai he.doea rol wander along Firs Avenue, Souib. The slato ol the weada there IB BO alarming thai whatever good Impressions the Prince baa ready had of western cities will be dispelled. Kul leaving Ihe Prlnci aside, It Is e. disgrace that In a well appointed city wccis should be allow- ed to rrtulllply and flourish to the.ex lent Ih'cx have been doing on -lhlso ha hart In arc ill lu A.I noi give your shoes Ihn'jjroMr aUenllbn hj- using aborc arllclcs and got grealer Ban'iL'e. SHOES FOR ALL'AOES j W. J; NELSON fco. 620 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK lUILOINfi Ilnrold MacJonalJ, nho ias been lcRsed from penllcnllary on llckct of leave. Is wanted hi Monc- lon. N. on ckirse ol lorsorj-. If sufficient funds can bo secured lo (he English church vvulcL has stood for over 100 years In SI. Thomas. It Vill again ue used (or divine worship. Prestige of Risch FOR over fitly years (he naino Maeon ha a meant "nothlog but the best." That's tho sound reason back of Mason lUsch. preside. Sold to you At "factory lo homo" price. Easy terms If desired. Ask for style catalogue. Horn.