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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910 ttcralb e, alberta dallrered, Bally, delivered, per telly, ly mail, Wwklr, by null, Per l 60 Weekly, by mall, year to U.S. t.OJ Dales o( eipfrr "Jl subscription! ap- pear daily on addms label act of pipers after eiplrallon dato la onr auihorlty (o candou Uw A SELFISH WAV OF VIEWING IT. The Edmonton Journal a ruffled state of mind, ID Ihil eastern and Am erica B laided tho drouLh conditions in Sooth- crn Alberta commnn tn the prov- ince ag a whole. 11 tdruced tbe opinion Ihit thli incluilon of the part in tf.e whole wu the ftorthera portion ot v] drouth conditions did not eilst. lu that it deterred MtUemenl there: To _.. offMt the opinion held, the Jpnfnal 'adrbcated a ci'mpaiga" whereby it to he shovo that those who held It .were laboring under .a and thai. In so manv words, the of Ihe was i Promisee V. In comparison to the, sontb. Oar reply lo this was Iliat the better .'way would be to entirely remove the 'cause Tor QIC rnifiappreheasioii which grieref Lhe Edmonton paper br tha joarnal anil ing its eJfbrti wltS ot the the south to brine irrigation to this part ol the province :..-'f With Irrgatioa htre the sround .wpnld cut 'jfronu under the ;4- who are the moat of dronl CflndiLkms, ae adTaAced' -by yj Jonraal, lo prefect immicr.ilUm int AS WE STAND TO-DAY IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, There U uo more tltuelr publication than that, contained lu oiir issue, or report of condliiQua In Southern Albert t as they really are, Issued by! the Board of Tradu- The data havo and officially compiled and no. attempt made at dlsguUIng: the uue state of tutDge. li Is perfectly true that conditions1 here hate been exaggerated by LOO fanciful Interpretation ot state tie nts made. Like most reports. Uiose of the drouth hare the hnbit of added to uolll fiction becotnes mixed with [act and a distorted view takes the place of the correct one. The report we refer 10. lays It down, and lays It down, that con- ditions iu Southern Alberta are not good as they were this time last tr but a great deal better that ivhp.l ey might be assumed to be. In comparison ol the grata shipped in rioas years, it carefully observes I .the ratio pot represent e ratio of bushels per acre, 1919 ows more acreage under culliviitiou j in the preiloas year Lu turn, id in acreage over that the one A fact Mr. and Mra: Harold Perry t. their home at and -cbiiEratulallona ail It keeps" mea busy at the -nater adds'the DOW. to take carefbf A bill passed in -Mlunesota compel every slate, county anrl mnnlclpa ity to re-employ returned soldiers. Parcel poet sales ol food In Washington mar be dlscofl tlnued because ot lack ot public iu Lerest. Aa (he KnifhU Tern pi art' pumdi in Clerelud was about lo start, i bands it ruck because of bands In line. As tbe Sir Knight filled barber after the parad barbers In 31 shops struck. New York's flremca hare followed the eiample set by policemen In ask ror minimum wage ot year. Two iS-yMT-oia girls at PoltsTlllc Pa, were sentenced to three and 'one- hall yean for holding up cituens Tit revolvers and'demanding money. U. S. list ot "missing unacconatec Now every nun ha for, either klUei wounded or mJislng. Barbed wire en Ian Elements ai bcingkused by sojne Boston inerchaal to from mobs.dnrli] the AJ. bonus for ai at Watainxton by ten cnanrad wHh the ot al wa> -arretlisd. at Klapitou, and la Ihe maa anwted al PisekneyTllle, I.. he drowned his wife bile Ihelr children played to that a could marry a 16-year-old firt. Frmnilin D. Koosevi.ll, alsUtant of the 0. S. navj-. declares Beers will bo obliged to quit Ihe ervlco uuless ihelr pay is locren.d. A surrey undo iu Mustachutelta nows IhBt only clghl persons oul ot very thousand know th9 Lord's Prayer or the Ten "Uncle John" Schcll. 131 years old, lev fifteen minutes In an airplane al LouliTllle and Mid Ihe sensation oC being but all right hat. ,-i that atrangers pasting laroofh ihlhk (hat It li an irtdlUon to How D. Cioierop. llrnsull. had her shoulder bf-heu lieliiR thrown on e rotd Uyluj to 1 horse. 4 i A team ot bolQiifilne lo Ct of ran away In KUcheuer, dim ami his liLlle out of the wagon and Injur- lux ii luan ivorklifK on Hie road, I __ i Word bafi been received at Hrpckvllle that J. A. Cnruiau, M. A., who had been principal of Keniplvllle High school, had died at Denvfr. Colorado. Dr. Connolly, who .recei.lly return- ed from ,haa tesumed his practice In- Salffloo Aru. P-eeinald A. Upper, n Revelitoke dairyman, was billed by tho accidental discharge of a guu one'day lael week. U was the old story of pull.n? a gun out of a wagon wllh th'e'mntile'polnt- ed toward Ihe body. He was taken to There are BO many Chinamen owa-1 the hospital but ilealh resulted a few as-, all tlrtj are meeting all over he province ot C. for the purpose f appointing delegates to tbe pro- convention to be held in Van- 'Ouver on SepL 29 and 30. ff property or working In the Kraser I hours YEAR 56 YEARS TlilB makes little dtftomce eicept' 'to -Bweftfen tke tpee of tamou A HitCH It's buitt rlgbt ud sold to joj by the maVen. "Factory to Home" prices at all ow atores. Basy payments if detireil. Style Catalogue KWM UM VktKala" a drop, j .Indualrial barometer, are' teUg'aii'well, Wt oa period bf-'tbe--Tear th.e g.. --f: Mrs. KoUamalr; of Toronto, has re: .me'd'l'eaat after spending tht Burn; her slsUr, Mrs.'-j'J. I. _ no less tian, 15 to M.'.farms njlthjs district' operated by rWle Id f jf. With all Edmo tail It lakes as i nortbera IK one wMcb credtt.' The Soolh hisipever. oie -rnonvent grudged tbe big In railway construction tn the'north' uf province. H bus never advanced the view 'that tbe belter economic policy 'of the Government would be lo..devclop the eouth where lite can be made more enduiable (ban In the regions eilehdlng lo Ihe frozen limits of the North Pole, with'Hi ra ilrelchhiElBUher.'TbeKdmonton Jourj Ml oignt to well lake a lesson Irom the 'forbearing spirit of Ihe sonlh. I la a, Dere spirit of oetghborUnese It extend the south that t sack .-as teen aipa riot figured pilir. .11 It not'yet .linieY'and to' write Southern Al pnilbllitlei are here and fbtvre effort-fa to.make these possibll endarlnc. Ihe'.people of Sflnlhernr on doing make Irri' H Hf'only a. question wherewithal ol (be afaLle cdBditionR'V wtlch i; -eyerylhlns cotidadeq ttfj' cajf be' attained by those which are In slruraenls In i lasting' the possible rca We art neltter Senlh Al aw Xurth Atkertui but Al of part of the prorlnce oUwr tmt.vt prot Sept 20.- -Tbe Illrij an- nual sohool'felr held In.Cowley on. 12ti, was a. success. The priies Metropolitan Life Insurance Company The Largest life Insurance Bunneu in the World. Paid for new btuinesi in Can.da 1010..... Inaiutnu darmt year 1918 Total. Largest amount ever Usued In Canada by _ j _ Aowniit of imarancc in force in Canada December 31, 1918 i Largest amount IQ force TQ Canada by anr company li Nomber of Metropolitan policies held by Canadians December 31, 1918 Largest number in .force'in any company In Canada i InTestanenti in Canada exceed SuJbicripbwu to Victory Loans...... Tbe Company had nearly employees in Canada at the end of 1918. District Office 201 Sherlock Black were qalte evenly djstribirted is'eleyen'competlne (o M p.m! in H. C. Morrison's The judges then e'fclijdeil Ibe sch'olars and parenU who teok part in field sports, For three, hours the wirshonae was1 crowded .wiih'pupilv teachen and ents Tlewingj-lhe exhibits 'and menling upon'them. 'Tn elocu- Lion and public speaking looV place in the hall. A grand dance concluded the d ny. AfpreseTir prices "Ihej are doing well mt -ire 'feel a llltle MIJ-OUS I The Judges were: M. E. Laierte, school work, llr. Scott and Mies Rob- stock, domestic urther Ibe'many splen- did herds ol shorthorns, .Cilliwiyj i and Ayrshlrcs located j AARYING COALS TO NEWCASTLE A leaaon of how not Lo do II ivas fumfaned yesterday evening ah'orlly after Ihe' rain came 'down." A City water' cirt CAme down Fourth aTenue adding the supply U carried to thai which toe rain had brought. Evidently II Intended :lo ibow tbal Jupiter Plu- wa's nol tbe only.pebble on tbe beacb. TTie city water card are often all- Milt when they should be most pres, and, In Ihe present Instance, pres- ent wlieii Ibey-rnould be absent. The lhl> particular cart n have ncen II Wotild -----J_ biit H was considtr tf'Oal .lla vlrlui; would bc'loat W 4JHt...The watering ot Ihe slrrt 'aften WBR on Ilie policy o fahlnf fn N'nwcaiillc. ani! T-- i.-1 Principal Steven' wtnrn hay.drop, fon. Crcexr. >ej inltrestrng lo know ont of the Coaldale dlsj Iricl. this year as rent. The nnmtei of-tltoOsands of dollars Ibat ItrM say EOOibyeV.. forever .to :.H LStOtUldiDg. all .who would HJce to becoipe Kformcd; about Ihe daTelopm.jnt :0t .efiarkt.ra'rmlnE w-i recommend o'6l( entitled "Tne Falrriew Idea." by Herbert'C.nick. ThU. book Is duclioD of articles lhat pretioajly peared'in: There veijy pertinenl "lias the Arfierican Tenant Tfjitch" Uio clqscstlattentlsrn.- are sorry thai Ihe falr.canie a little loo la.e for exhibiting the fine fc'rop of'pluma" grown by Mr. rfrJLchHI at tbe tbU year. There; were bnshel.vnnd "bushels of then) aM Ike quality wai'tdmlrable. Jt fotf lo'show Whai'tari bs done hy how, and putting that knowledge' I practice. We understand tbal a LuIlL shortly here. For whlcj'jililfe be very grateful. :-iV .And now If Mr. DufHeld JU1' aw moves his Pollctl Angui: and Clydesdales to Coaldale, It THE EDGETT Sloncr: anil .'r, EdgcUj.'LJmItedJ .ANO'.''F'ARM ANGLICAN St. Cyprtanl Cknrch litri Aw. There itlll not be any morning scr- ylce at 31. Cyprian's on Sunday ow- Inp lo :nc Rev. Canori Hayes not hclnj atls lo come, cul Ihe Rev. Cnnon has very kindly consented lo take Ihe-eVeri- St. AUGUiTlN'8. CHURCH Cor- Int'Aft. and 8lh Street South Bev. Ciiiien.'j; Holyj Coramnnlbn, S a.m. S.H: PXenponf, 7.30 p.m. I 3 p.m.'. be .glhrf -to meet comers wbo-may havo cdjna to'tcwn the. suramor, slier any of tJio''.services.'; METHODIST Wciler.Chord Mev. Cftaa. E. Craij. B. D, Piriter. Rnldnn 114 lllk St. S.-' anonzgi 404, Church Study ,J4M Claude Huqhea. LJk.B.. Mua. Director 11 am. Jioraing Worship. Subject: of Good ChMr." Bibfc; Sf.ioAl .and Btble-'Class. 7.30' Evofilni Who THE'; UNrilEb'..CHURCH; OF LETTHBHIDGB box Cksrch Wh-Strwl-S. A. H. E. F. Layton, orjanlll and choir leader 10.00 a.m.: Sabbalh School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Iltginncrj 11 Serrice. 12.1S., SlBlen. 2 pm: Big 4 p.m.: Ctlnese Class.-' 7.30 p.m. .Ercnlnc SerTlce. GENERAL AMNTt''- FARM LAND AND CITY PROPERTY. Balmorsl Lethbrrdge. We have a couple of of Misses' and Growing Girls' Pumps and Slippers in Patent Leathers, also a very: fine Kid Leather very sensible heels. These arc In the latent shapes and_ range In price from NORTH LEYHBRlDGE Corner llh Aye. and (2th St.'C. Ripper '517 A, North il. a.nil: Holy Comraunloii. .lalini, 11 a.m, Orensonff, 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m., In church. Dlble Class, 3 p.m. In Parish Hall. The Wyal OWer of Moose will- at- tend In a body al the evening ser- vice. Boy Scouts, Monday, 8 p.m., In Unity Hall. Girl flaldcs, Jlonday, 8 p.m., In Parish Hall. frnlf Cubs. Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., In Unity Hall. Women's Auilllary, Monday, Z p.m., .1 Parish Hall. Choir Practice, Friday, 8 p.m. Rev. E. 1J. Marfjlna, I.A, :127l H. ;.y. Phone 16SI Choir MM: P.-Jacknon. 10 'a in Jtrnfor chotr'-pr'actlco. of Sunday School.In lie Hall. -Worklnff Churth.1 In BeglnniirB'ana Primary rle- J: pfirttlicau tie Sund ASK TO BE FITTED W. J. N SHOtt fOK ALL AOtS Miife_ i-LC- 1 I L: 620 THIRD AVENUE tlllLDINO Deri. 6f Ibe Sunda: _____ tKe Church. 8.W. Adult Depl. of Ine S. S. In thi C'liurch, 7.15: Ront flenrlce. 7.30 ToMc: ''Thi Churehei Invitation." Christian Oliver t. Curtis, Fitter- Cor- 3rd Avf. Bth Mr. Hubert, ot Pcnn, will sing-solo BAPTIST FTnt Baptist Charch Corner >th Street Ave. 9. Rev F. W. B.A., Pallor Mr. B Jonel. Director of- Choir THn. PEOPLE'S CHURCH Services at 11-d.m. in the of Sunday School and Blbk Cliis a 1Z.15. f Kvening-'Ecrvlcc al 7.JO, Subjecl "Prepare to-Meet .Ood." These snbjerta were nnnmuieed fo last Supday, rbut gwlng to the at sence ol the-Paitor.from Hie ell Ihcy will bo discussed we trust with profit lo those hear .them. A very .cordial invlti tldn.ls exlcniled. CHRISTIAN MEN'S 'LEAGUE (Undcnomlnallonal) Y.M.Ci.A. anndny at'3 p.m; ARMT Adjutant and Mra. Jotinrtone, C.O. Sunday, II a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.30 p.oa, Sunday School, 2 p.m. p.m. Public FOREIGN MISSION ii iJth Street.rforth Sufidny servICH: Morning II' o'clock'] 7.46. and Thursday al S o'clock. nlblo School al 10.30. Mra. Curlls. Speaker: Carlalnl Denopn, Supt. If you are not Subject: "A Call to hear, from mo. Sololnl: Mr. 8. Knnpmnn. Trcactilng, 11.30..Subject: "Waited Open Dlscucslon fltml Slnglr Bverybody Welcome C. K. al Mh53 Trera leader. ITcachlng, 7.30, Suhjcct: "A If you do not.belle a scripture sermon, come Rt You ftre welcome to Ihe hurch. this 'aee, shonW be bd in nlijojclSjk Fi (o 'cnWrc.' Inacnlan j CHRISTlAn SCIENCE CHRISTIAN (OCItTY HM tlmH, TV) t H cm. SeMeel: convenea ol the cloi of the Rnnday morning B4.--rM.HiC. rood. U oixn r lupj hnKdayn, fro 3 we p.m. where (he Bible and anlhc ScleaM mi read, Vernmed or pcrcltaMd. nbllc cor-lter.y fnTllhl (o i (end the church serrlNi, rltlt rtMlM roon. ;