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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR DAB.T FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1919 Ubc Blbcrta DAILY AND WERKLY and HERALD MINTIN6 COMPANY, LIMITED M Mk Slrwl South, W. A. iucKanan idefit Director Torranu Business Midi" TELEPHONES Office Uttarlal 125! 1224 .sslst the educations, thought of the; country. The N suits ol Its labors would'simply be available for the reg- ularly constituted educational. result would be lhal of prormclal srstcms. Insteid el operating JD more less watertight compartments, would represent a IrlecdlT eaislatSoa In ibe best educational methods and Ideals in tbe interests ot tbe whole people. "Though this is the Idea pt promoters of ibe Winnipeg Confer- the field will be for tbe discussion of Ibe merils'of prop- osition from.'tbe ground up. Any alternative rroposllion can be diecus- sed Irtely. What is desired Is elimination ol the educational prob- lem to ihe llfht ot the nation's nEEils and our children's possibilities." In Ihe reconstruction policy which aL present arrests the attention oE all tbe .futons, iberc Is the need fell, and fell, tbat with otber things tbe DC] policy requires reconr.iruc- ut which Is 3eased MR FAREWELLS Mr. Gordon Dickson Land Sales Art Reported tttltr, dellrertd, per WMk Italljr, per TMI fcT null, per Wteilj, br mill, J 1.W Ditn ot eiplty at WDMriptiou Mr diUr on libel Acnpl- ol ptpcre iftv uplratloa to oootioM lion.'' This is MUCH NEEDED AOCOMODATJON.. prwsiny matter than thai hotel and housing accommodation, fn could bare been brought np by tbe Board ol Trade at its weekly luncheon, problem In both these it aemfe ia the dty, and. more par- r.' is thit lit relillon'to lig'. -J II LethbiWce 1? centre Cor boetoefls and alco to Uy ILseif onl tor ;iie. lonruMndnstrj', the need ol accouunoditloa becomeB There should be eTerr- noL.onJy in Canada but in .Great Brl lain. Old Ideas bare been thrown Lnio Ibe melting pot by (he war tbal Is cow over. This is the ol new Ideas and new policies ID thai the old bare been found .wanting. In Ibe place: educalion has in the mouTilltiB and In the making ol nation. If calls-for that Interest which should col be .jhtlrely confined with-j in educational circles. The great public is "list which should have tbe great what applies prin- clpalljrto'itself. The Winnipeg Con- Ibosu out- side edtKAttocial spheres as well -as ITiOoe irllblA, holds oat an opportunity which thooid be grasped by those who hire of responslbUily which, tttdi to make wordy citizens of cdontrr. (from Our OWT. TAUBH. Sept. Thursday evening. Sept. llth. on the ere als departure for Glencoe, Ont.. Mr. Gordon Dictsoo. manager o( Royal Bank for thr pasl eight years, was tendered a basque t' in the King George hotel by a large body of rep- resentative elllcens of Taber and tbe surrounding district. The event was one of tbe most'pleasant and raemor able of Its kind over held. In the town The motive of Ibe. banquet was tbe desire to honor one who not only hat proved himself to bo, a popular anc business man, but had also rendered valuable services to th' community along many, lines. The cb airman .of Ihe, evening was Mr.Tbos Henderson, who presided with hli usual graca and geniality. After full Justice hail been dono to thine iJrtti'theM.eadi In Tiew to tempi to intend- inf riirtorK, -wtich iroapect ot eoa- icitad'holel aeoommodalioa cunol tbe repast provided, the following per ns were called upon tor brie Mayor VIckery, William orteous.'-.v. C. Blenner assetl, A. T" Q.-'N. John on, C. C. Jfc.XV, S laniB, P. HIpslinEer.'F. Kirkhc.t, S Ayers. J. Ross, J. Howard, D-- Mai C. Doran, and'H.'.P These all n paying high tbe IB eveplnp as .had playe game in business. In octal IIte and- in all .the, acthrilie iat tnaVe Cor Ibe.lnpbulldlpc ..of omraunily.- PC oaal deep regreti at tbb 'departure Deeonle for-the Prince's vislL Polfcemea oa strike' ihonld appear a natural thing. Mliiat other use are ex carrr lor! problem in'the city Ia a" Wry nrlcrai one and greatly mili- Utec isCalJut that eipanslon In artUed ftopviatisO.! which city, in eomatba i with other ckJ-M, pmUr Bxeatly is .Mt (hat jlfficatty bt ob- rtsklnaic naMenccB in the city U noiMd abroad, and this euBot bvt tail to _ WTO. ibK effect oo'miij who, fgrlrast- oc otliiBr ptirpOiMc, desire to n- in the dty. The hum. lhta ot> be Krioulr Muni, canaoi: better "effort e holding up of the train in -n tiTi cciis to raiilze- the days of romance are not jet dead JfOk, we' arc tola, .ic 'ruefal la nils- f -pumVkW In :'lili it takei OiJe place of tnucfnation wben we ge what is kBown pumpkins.' PntaeUoD it is ,ta Cuxda farors the rtch. Tbo do not feel the pinch o one tunrda hlgb the degree ai thoM Ian torhmately placed. lor'a rtatt rf attain wblcfa .fii MriBMUl'to lit dty'i rctnn i-'ira' at _ _ sftafudoB.; honaing plan In ft La Ltd by Donfcblan' la' cs? IB emuwaUr in the httemU of those centres wtheh i" Tbe gunDen who' to tire th Royal salute ,wlll haje a new senja lion' to what they have been accustom ed to time they nuned th" lr. and Mrs. Dlcksbn and wished them very success and hrippinesa-in the evr home, 'and hoped that a kin Providence, would in the. near fnlur return them to west once inor )uring thls-part of the .program, cottish song -was also rendered Alex Primrose, and an original rec atlon with encore by Kenneth Ja dine_- -Mr. Robert. Anderson was thi called upon and.after a short felicit- us speech, presented Wr. Dlckson viih a gold watch 'as an expression ot :he esteem and goodwill of the citi- zens of Taber. ID reply Mr. Dicteon expressed his deep appreciation .of the honor done. him In the banquet'that had been'tcnf of tbe iruul matter, Wonhlptul Brother Botltrlll, ot Hed uad also Large delegations from tbe aelgb- borlng lodges of Warner, Lathbridft, Grassy Lake, Ucw Island and Fore- UM. Auer business had beeu trans- led all sit down to a supper pre- by tbe vires ot local Mi son K. ils followed by speeches from Brand master and a number ot tbers from the different lodges. A early vole o( thanks was pasBed to ho for the banquet prepared, "ter which ihe meeting closed with :e singing of Auld Lang The copious rains of Friday last ave greatly chwred Ihe farming com- jiunlty and hare'permitted Ihe umplfon'of fall plowing. WaiiUd Vlalt From Taber's.bopfl of a visit from riuce of AVales on October 2nd aa1 was Journey in E from Lethb ridge Medicine Hat was dashed to round by the receipt of a telegram rom the official In charge stating 3at it would be hnpoislble for Ibe rince lo stop over. Howerer. we will be at the train to wava the Union ack and give him a le'i a Jolly Good Fellow." In honor of MTJ. Gordon Dickson, ;bo with her husband U leaving Tnber or Glencoe, Out., and who has filled n Important place in the social life if tbe community, afternoon; leas lave been given the past weok by lire. Horrlgan, Mrs. Todd, Mrs. nilllg- mler and Mrs. McCa.L Party Surprited On Monday evening, Sept. lEih, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Diet Eon was visited by a surprise party, consisting of a number of Ihe young people of the town, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G. Miller, Mr. -and Mrs K. B. Tainter, Mr. and Mrs. H. G Myers, Mr. and 5Irs. J: V.r. Prowse Mr. and Mrs. Horrlgan, Mr. and Mrs Doran, Mr. and Mrs. Todd and Mr and Mrs. C. Mahgn. Refreshments were served and a splendtd social tin.' spent. Before Ihe gathering broke up the members of tbe Royal Bank statt1 presented Mrs. Dickson wMli a niCKED UP IN lASSING BUST MAN St. Ttwmms, his la Aylnwr on cfctrge ol Daylight remain in e( feet In St. Tbomaa until the middle of October. It k eitimaled tbal Nora ipple crop will reach, two million J "__ BS W. Pond. Marysvllle. 1, died as tbe result ot a fall from load of wood. Lee a Victoria, n. C., China ucder the exleadad v the .otal allendiace for' year (or the :wo abort ye whom lie thistle U (acred. him..-. He: reriewed aoineVof tie .ex- periences' of-'the and staled-Uiat'.te day In.-Taber. gretted' his -fiepa'rtnre-.froni. tte-colii- mimiljv .-The! trials 61 Ihe bank'.inan- ID. tlnies aa upoii.-ml were a Ihe7p5or Hiireaied bis, unshaken confldEace'rid-tne' west and- fdrelold a brlssbirlatare (or lie Taber dislrict. vh'en irrlfatiOB-bad becbme'aA'aJEnr- ed' He: further urged in. Af-ricaJtiira] sHI com'nni'nity'rente'r- '-The united, iii; singing "Auld Laii; afier'-whicb each 'person''-bade Dlctson a Jarewell... J Mr. Woodside Dorau, tbe new-man- ager o! the Royal present al the banquet extended Mr. Diction, made a' favorable Impression and1 cordially welcomed'.to Taber by all. Though a young man, Mr. Doran comes lo nilh 10 years exper- ience west, and'vlth a splendid record in DMsbury, places wbere he -baa billed tbe. posi- tion ol manager.; He Impresses one 33 a clpar, ght-on-Uie-Job husinMi many bub Ing over with the'optimlsm and bon imle which .'the-west generates .and so .We" sball'- be greatly Istaken If he doea-nol he e of the most popular-isnd success- I bank managers baa BTCT id. thoiigh .only a vr dajs In town, has rnade_ a most rorable impression who ave met her, and of Osrnen Normin Jphn- Ham- ilton, Taber, and 'daughter., John W- Shand. at -tbe.jresidenie. H. the serrlce being Mr.'De- Buchanan. Only the sjmmediate rtlaUves ol (he con- Buuk Hr.'andjMlK'John's'tme are well known "-'MTv John'stone haTinc for s.ldne O'Connor, In threatening to irnioe u Injunction restraining the pHee of mflr, not meeting with the milk, of hnman Kindness from the farmen, K the Indignation ot tbe FanaerV Snn taken to that of: all famen who produce milk. nentg so that the dellbn- L .allcnu.of the conference abonld ensne in the eatabllehbg ot those policies for the dlBcnsslna; of whlcli it IB to he oonteiied.- the. scope of the educational con- ference, (o continue for two days from October 20th lo Ihe 22nd, Is laid down as follows "Education In Canada Is placed under the.control of the Provlnceo. We hare 'no commanding Education AfiSot for Canada. Canada has a large num- enterprising, capable, enlhasl- Ifflchers whose new Meag bare iltle or BO outlet. The result Is, they rtifOnlt, they to whlilllix ilown Oit wM, and dp cot gel a chance to '_ IslTt (jMSMClTM (Tied' Ml. Thty fee mHteted to the Canadian _____ K thkl fnblk! 6plnlon can ex- ftttt ItMH wtl> rtfirt to them, and that tie food grain may aepar Ue chaff. The fact that tkert irm A fonm for Ideas woild en foll.'Oct. 39-B. .Tkc plan Is (o .adrocale the MtflMMlssKtit of u MofflcUl-bureau tie tblett-sjperls'tin memnt, Tlie of tbe promoter! M frojkct ta Ikat the ku-tM fa issMtiefir, wlUiOTt eiecitlfc K-'wamU limply guide When Jldte Robson ipeaks of the and other foodstuffs in relation to tariff, there Is Borne hope that the Influence of the tariff "on the necessaries of be. 1m pressed on those who are slaves to the policy of high protection. Chief 'Miny Smiles Is Very approp- riate for the title Ihe Intend lo give the Prince ot Wales on his visit: Tbe i mile his Royal Highnes continually Tresrn his reached 111 hearts of even wbom a certain blsbop spoke of In rhyme is "La, the poo Indian." ft all women are Ihe same as Ih w6inen of Vancouver who are protea Ing tsplnst'Othcrs of tHclr sex arrang Ing entertainments for the Prltice, hi (o dhe Dominion Will have Ih effect which the apple ol Parts, Ih Prtnce ol Troy, had. In the Jealous for Us possession created among Ih goddesses of Ihe day. Some Vanconrer women, remark the Calgary Albcrtan, arc holding maEH rnnllng to prolesl Against olhc women who are arranging for tho.e terUrainenl of the-Prince of Wale With .what the ladles o( the 'city tlolng, we might well afld th action of this kind gives color to Ib women have rntjlenographer LJtxril termi on eoehsnge, and prices are "Viom Kaclory lo Lome." -Tlw Herni ef Hora district has so lar cmlrlbulecl nu pupils, while the' tcachor nl Am- phlon is called upon lo Initruct but Ibrec children. ot the Bank ol Commerce lor over a year. They wiU.'rislde-ln- the'.home iormerly occupied b'y Mr.i G. R.-.UOW elK Their'; many extend con gfalala'tioti's-'and ;'all' best wishes fo their fufdre. Mrs. 'Arthur Woodhouse left Satur- day morning to spend a few dayii wits her dauBhter, of Fincher Cre'et. Land Sales While the circus on Tuesday cojld not pull ott an aflemoon euterLain- menl for lack ol sales In Hie; Taber Irrigation District go merrily on. Last week a 'halt-section three miles southeast of town was sold by -Clark Zeah'.to Albert Green for lion At the urgent request of Preildent It Is learned that Col. E. '.M. House Is postponing hit return lo Ihe U. S. Indefinitely. In a ton ot water from the Atlantic Uiere Is 31 pounds of sail, against 181 rounds in the same quantity from the tead Sea- Eleven Philadelphia hospitals have women as head pharmacists and In olher cities women are rapidly replac- Sugar shortage in the TJ. S. is being reliered by arrivals in great rolnme: Government has 100 chips cringing raw HUgar from Cabsu Robert Kennedy, wno escaped from li sus- pected of breaking into a SL'-Thomaa. J. W- Hajden, whose home b In St. Thomas, has been granted a di- vorce in Detroit from his second wife on the grounds of desertion. Chas. Rbeaume, Quebec, ex-lieuten- ml of the 127th Battalion, who has been In. the penilentiary for forgery, was sent back for five years oi a charge ot theft. Miss Caroline Powell, of Brantford, who has been assistant matron al the Masiey-Harrls hospital at Dulwich, England, has been honored for valu- able war service. J y -Clar ea.o e ren The Sam Browne, or Uberly bolt, J30.00 per acre.' 'Also a half-sec- Is not authorized Ip Ihe United Stales one and a half miles southwest and will not be worn. It is the dls- of lown was bought by Albert Green, tingulshlng mark of a commissioned eing a strong asset" lo.the-best life nd culture oC Ibe Community. Master. Joe Dobbs and ,Mi3S. Mar- ami Dobtis left last week id attend ounl Royal College, Calgary.. School Attendance The enrollment of the Taber school as passed the 450 mark and Is still ounting. -Anolber .teacher will soon e needed to reljeye Jhis present con- esllon. j Mrs. 0. S. Needham, of Long Beach ,-illf, Is visiting her son and daugh er, Mr. W. C. Une: D alntcr. Miss Platt, who visiting with-hei1 aunt, Mrs..a B. talnter, left home In Spo- wlll continue In. the Washington Unl- The Tabcr O.W.V.A. are putting on high-class concert In the Rex.theii- re on October 1st. 'Fuller announce- icnta later. i On Friday afternoon Ihe barn of Mr. Spcaa, In north end ol-the-town, ook lire, hut the speeily arrival of he lire Vi-lgacJe saved It from ds'struc- n Wednesday .far her': ;ane, Wash., where she course crslty. B. Tollon, ol Taber, an- on. Mr. A. nexed tho first prize at Ihe Brooks air, September lor his team ol drivers, while Ueorge Cnrvle'got third prl7o on a saddle hor6e, Mr. Tolton'a :cam of blacks were" nlw driven Js singles In the competition for Ih'e beat lady driver nnrl won for'thelr" ladles first third places, respectively. s. Tollon, on the collection of bread, received first and sec- ond prlzo on her 'While bread. Al! Ihe Taber visitors Lo.BrooVfl report 3 fine fair and B eplendlil trip. The C.S.B.T. anil C.O.I.T. organiza- tions will resume their mid-week classes In the fctiool .basement on October 7lh and October ath, respec- tively. Klocllon o'f officers 'will be held and plans discussed. Arrange'' mcnls are being made IA aecute a good physical Instructor. Masonic Meeting One ol the largest Masonic qalhor- Ings ever hclil In Tahcr (ook place on Tireiclay, Sept. Dlh, In the'school au- 'iitorium. The occasion was the visit from Mr. A. Clague, the price beiqs 530 per acre.- sales were put through by E. B. Talntor. C. Cook alEO sold to Mr. Valgardsen '120 acres one mile west ol town for per acre. On Monday, Sept. loth, W. R. Illll. Ot Dewltt, Iowa, sold to Miller and Robertson the'northwest quarter of 9-16, three miles southeast of town, for 137.50, Mr. Ted Sundal acting as agent. 'r The same day -Mrl J. E. Evanson purch'aseo'a qiaHdr-isctton near well, in Ibe irrigated district, at ?50 per acre. Other sales are being nego- tiated. The Ram Two ot our'local miners, whom we will name Bill and Alec so as lo dii- guise ttielr Identity, 'came near being hoisted'lo Kingdom Come the other thai not wlUi dynamite. While analtin'g'the'ilels'orely permis- sion ol the coal "commissioner to re- sume work tt their, occupation, they went.out lo T. B: Tetl's ranch to try their hand at farming. Had they been as convcrsanl aa wllil mining they would -have been lulled Into securlly by the sugared words ol Ihe false lhal It wai only a wee pel lamb lhal was gatn boiling loward Ihcrn. As U was (ho ram was almost upon them before they susplcloned danger. Alex, being tho nlmnlcr, reached iHo .verandah llrtl but Ihe'ram was a close second. Then officer abroad, but II Is considered by the .War Department that there Is no n'ecesslly for its Introduction into the United Stales. "Of course I intend lo run for mayor again.. I will run until I have been elected four times In succession, and hen I feel t will be even with the lunch that have been trying lo de- eat says Mayor Joo Clarke of i The Xonnal school al Calgary Is now somewhat overcrowded. There 155 In attendance and though Ibid not quite as largo an attendance was nothing left for Bill lo do but seek another 'ble, and mighty quick. Dul "Everywhere thai William went, That lamb was sure to go." There ivaB nothing left but lo bailie or accept humiliating dcleal. U was a Homeric struggle. Ten times the ram charged, and ten limes mut reprUse. No quarters were asked or given on cither side. Both had a strain1 of blood In Ihcm. At length they came lo close grips. II was the contest over again ol Ursa and Ihe Aurocii In "Quo with Ihe man agalri slowly victorious. When the dusl cleared Bill was found sit- ting on the head of lha wcc pel lamb and panting abovo Ills breath; "Many arc the afflictions of Uie Just, but the dellvcrcth thorn out of 111 cm all." Pumps and Slippers We have a couple of lines of Misses' and Growing Girls' Pumps and Slippers in Patent Leathers, also a very fine Kid Leather .with very sensible heels. These are (n the lalest shapes and ranie in price from to 17.51 per pur, wUtlu A t. D Make your selections early and nave disappolnlment. AaK TO BE FITTED 'j- IHOEC, FOR ALL AOES W. J. NELSON Co. MO THIRD .WUTH aHMLOCK A National Problem Solved Pure, Wholesome Food Nujol Health PURE, wholesome foodis ncccuary, but it a not enough. The purcit, most wholctome food u-ill hinder rather lhan help health it allowed to clog the 'the larce intestine. And doqon ajrcc thai about of ouraihnentj are caused or intensified by coustipition. Some part of. even ihe purest and mwt wholefome food is waste.. If this waste is not kept inovinz out of the body, it lugnates and breeds poisoni which oiuratc the system and cause or nourish diseuc. The old, vt rone way lo attack such staenatjon was lo force a passage through die impacted mill. The neiv, rijht way lo overcome it is lo Nujol induce easy self-elimination. And since health is as much a miner of how we elimirutc wwe as how .we assimllale food-fuel, il niuit become evident lo every thirjtirjg person lhal the UK of a lutunl, drogleM I Lubncznt is u anj Eectuvy as Ihe. eiting of pure, wholesome food. three vital proceMes upoa vhich health ii based mri Mastication, AialrrJlatioa, Ellmiution. Therefore; the, perfect lecipe for beahk is thorough tion; Pure, wbolesame Food, and NnjoL r GclaboltleofNdjolfrbmyourdruggiptlo-day. ''Thirty Feel ol wriu Nujol Laboratoriet, Standard Oil Co. (Newljertey) 50 B1 way, N. V. Wn rtl In e) N'H I- rr urning, Sickness Prevention' A Message to Mothers who are Weak, Anaemic, Nervous, Run Down ONLY a mother knows I how hard, aometimo, is the burden the has to bear. Day by day, patienlly and cheerfully, she ihouldera the manifold reapoflsibilitiei of ihe neglecting herself in the effort lo CATC ferine welfare of otKen. And illh'ough kidei Ker own caret >nd behind imiKnt; flee, Ae're cornel lime wSen her heaRh undermined, her vitality divrliMKn, tier eheerfal face be- comes citewoin leeU ike o> my k if in CIKI a wonderful efed. WiKirnn pvojnrtel new bloed, rttw "erve force and new i< Tonk, refteritive and blood bvilder and a nerve food, Ihit U wliy over 10.000 KUirrl DM'! Irl jm nil yWi hrihh. Un'l Irl cirn btal. Dxi't luWtf by llx lor Wme.rn'n hn lot lUd al i onliry. k'ar lotiCed iViil h l-i" U heihh nd TM' HUmn. Hoy Uute ol il yw a ttftMfr ttlffieJ A nftolWUtr Arf the Mrdidil Jtr Fat. any iftnrlt, HM ft.TI COI.KMAN A CO., Wi NnWirif, tltf ;