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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington RAHLYI HWH l\f BEPN A 1 PEPim-5HE.RIKP FOAH NEAHL\ A WEEK. AND 1 HAVEN'T MADE AN ARRE5TJ and iTT^V^S^rpO^PTT haven't TPIED? I've BEEN / oonsjIAKtix, on the alert) foah an opw^TUNrrf ofy AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOli NK\V SCHOOL of (jasolino KiiRinnr-r. U>k "I" open !n Lethbrldse on ior�i. a'ltomohilMs and fttaUonary -iir,',n�'--. :-|.>ii brunch or I Icinphlll Trutl*^>--------' Baron Shaughnessy Declares Western Conditions Satisfactory (Spt l:-t f. i'm ltM^i.ii I.'.dmontoil. Sept -I. That writeT cruirllt ion.s are. on tlii- v. hole, n souri " ol Intcntx" mitinfai i inn. wns the state-moil! of Baron Shannhnessy upon his nniviil hero l!il' flnurishlni; condition of ihe This is his Hist vl.-lt to Kilniontoii since lib last ti an.ironl mental trip two jours aRo. Conditfoes Plc.-.se D.uo.i In nit interview cranled the pros-thie evening tlie haron told ol the ideasiire he had n .-.eoiiii; the Kicii p.'airlc.s of the west ome mere ||.| wild Unit, he h.i'1 ionnd condition; to he eminently satisfactory in all re upoei i and that lie had enjoyed no por tion of Ills trip more than in the we;.: lie stated tha' his eidd had dulled the pleasures somewhat lint that lie hoped in he III pi-fl'iM i healtli acini noon "I Knt this it. Kurt Will.am." lie said, "where the suod people ,\* them lie mentioned bliellv (lie ii.wly proj.'.'i ed railway on Vain ouver Islanil. from N'itna. to Si>nl�4 and mated that in his opinion such run-n'l'iietiDii was iinwi-'e. He i'haiaitei Ize.I i: as a waste of ln.uiev Must Conserve Wealth d lo lind a strong feolltiK of con-tentnient on the coast Theto ihe people were prosperous and secure in �every prospect of future growth, lie *-�k also pleased to 11 ml that the Name spirit extended ilself into the jiniirlns. "Your prospects here are very roan Miring." ho said, "and 1 am Rlad to find the crop conditions are not so IiojioIphs as was at tlrst. reported." Huron SUauRhnofliiy was roluctniit to cay much regarding the, railway and llin Koverninont. "I have already .stated," he nald. "that government owuer-Milp of railways is dangerous. Many �i theory that is sound enough on pa-per Is apt to lead to disturbing ends �when tried out, particularly in such unusual times as these, when conditions arn uk they nevnr wore before. Only a shorl. tinin ugd Secretury Mr-Adoo of iliu ('tilted States, Issued a circular to railway employees unking thnm lo perform Ihetr duties ar. they liad liiidnr formor comlltiona. When railway men' become government employees they aro dangerously liable, to form themselves into a bureau-crury which ia fatal lo efficient sor-m vice." , r - Wir Over In Year Mis I.oi'dnliip was attkod if his opinions in roga.nl to the war were still urnhunged and his aiiawor was in th,i iilllrmativo. Ho said Unit although his opinions In this regard had become liackneyod through repetition, bis convictions wore ho Htroug Unit hi) felt nlila to reiterate tliein. The begin-3iinn of tho ond was in sight, ho declared, and the victorious advaneo of 1he allies day by day only served lo wtrenntheii UIb belief that it would all lie over within a year. "You have sent many men from here," ho mild, "you fdiouhl ho proud of thoin." Lord SliauRlinussy boarded his private car, Killaruoy, again ill ii.lto, and th,. spe-tildl train iutlled out for Wetasliiwin. The party will leave tlie laCt.r place for Sa'-liatoon at >>'�''> Sunday morning and after two hours in Hi" Saskatchewan city will touch Wynyanl .�Mid thenee go on to Winnipeg. Only thirty minutes will be spent there, and then the puny will be tnl;en directly to .Montreal. TALKING ABOUT E IS Mayor liar.lie v\ deiiined from the cily yi-stei'diiy T tho criticism of his letter which Herald on Friday al condlt ions of i i. molality of men  ' Itrv. Mr. fragg ilenmed Mr. Hardie's whi'-li displnyeil an eni faith in the prim iples h>-- " Mi'ely cot,. pulpit in the in- n. . asion of the mayor was appeared in The !|i in i'.:i 111. in I arms without having applied to arbitration couri or awaited lis judgment, or which takes ii)i arms instead of accepting its judgment. Climbers of the league would mut uailv imdei take lo cut down ami steadily reduce their land, naval and iierlnl forces, according to a fixed .sliiiid-aid to be agreed upon. They would further undertake not to use their forces for any other objects ifiua the maintenance of 'internal 'order, ile-feute of their territory against attack and for joint execution of the league'.; mandates "figures showing the annual expenditure for annaiient, (he number of troops under arms, war materials on hand and Ihe number of warships in commission would he communicated aunuully to The Hagim bureau, which would publish them. The constitution provides for economic equality and for tho principle of the open door, all members of tho league granting each other most favored nation treatment. ".'or tho first decade after the formation of the league each hIiHph' surplus of raw niatcriuls would he divided between the other fedoral states, according to a standard lo ho agreed upon. This would lie. respective of the imports of the year, tho out put and tho special needs of individual stutes due to the war. "Members of the league would roc ogul/.e freedom of the seas, straits, canals and connecting seas, both bank* of which are not in possession of the sumo federal state, would he internationalized and their forUfi.'iiliotiF retained, guarded hy n command consist Ing- of contingents from nil the federated. Rtiitos and comranndfil in ro-it; m . yci-y three years by a delegate of the. states. ' ei i"iy o'.' private property on (ha high seas -would be proclaimed and the naval prU'o law and blockade law abolished. Kxorohie of the right of blockade would be reserved to the league tinn religion upon which our civilization was based, and a- �m li constituted a challenge to tin- t'hristiaa church and to every i'hrislinn citizen. Had the letter been written by a private citizen, he said, it would have been unworthy of any notice whatever. The whole tone of tile letter wa- beneath the dignity of the pulpit, Wrinen by the representative of tlie oill/i-it body, however, it . ould not v;o un-notlced. Mayor llardie should remember that he was speaking for tin- citizens generally in his otlice of mayor. Speaking the general die's letter, were two I one that it the other 11'- bellev li:-! vM'.i reference to comments of .Mayor liar-t'ragg said there Mr eories of world growth was getting worse, and hat it was growing better. 1 in the latter. 11, instanc- ed what had been accomplished only within the pant inn years, the progress of the I'hri^t utilizing of the heathen laud.-, the progress of the status or women, who less than lay years ago were treated us slaves, the ad-' viincemetit of child legislation, the progress of the ,-iire of the heallh of " people, and many other phases AS A MILITARY UNIT Calgary. Sept. L" 1'olonel .\. Howeii perry, coninii- - ion -r of th" Itoyiil North YVo: > Mounted I'olii.-. who is in Calgary today, j. very much pleased that the irnatited polic are recognized as i> .ini' and are being Used us such ill I'l-uee Winn it w a -found Unit reinfnreeineut ; were wan: ed for the cavalry brigade in l-Vunce the Royal North W'e.i Mounted l'o-lice wore at once lo >.-; d to for the necessary men. At fir t it iij. believed that Ihe men enli-tci from i'ni� force would only he iis.-i �)'-.ift� to fiil lip the vacancies in : .-i:inct:i - ale ,nil al I lie front, but. siin � : . n ii i,,, been found possible to ii-.- tin- mounted police as a unit. t-> be known a: tile Hoya! North We ' Mounted Police regiment, and the T..e nttirei'.-. non-coms, and men now in Kncland have that standing in .in- i',median army, A squadron ha;- I.....u raised from the same old and honored foice for service In Siberia, and six ol'fh ers and 1SI non-co!n:iii--.oise.l officer and men, with -addle !ior.-.\- and ".X team horses, a:.- no.', at ItcL'ina. wailing the order ti unne. Owing to instructions Horn headquarters that the number oompriVing tin-Mounted Police squadron at llegina for the Siberian expedition might be increased^ there ;.:' -till few vacancies on the fun �-. which, however, will be filled in a tew day TO RENT '�vCh'Ti rtiV.ylnir Mi-r;t|.jn TO UK NT Store to "rem Ave. and I I th St. Sou: ii. rill Floral Co TO HKNT Knniishert room, use of phi.lie Applv ~'i Ph'-tic , 17. T(J HKNT A :'. or I house. Will rent fo' thre (las and phone. Phone i.:M TO HKNT - Two furnish, keeping room-, fit:."! w.ih ply i, I.", lit It St - South TO ItKN'T Meet in fully in.idem ply .V'.i i',!h St- t'li� ItrrnMl collie;- ttii Apply i'e: alern. turn ;ih TO UK NT Store;- and a I 'i'l . 7' ii A V". S . J.o- -e ; Apply Arthur liayr, 41''. I'I'.oii' ."i7."i or 77.ii. TO HKNT-- -Two t^rni-ln -le-.' 1 furniilied �i; months. .'.17 i; ed house a.- \p J pi i. lle.l bedl'ooni '�iff ill. A p-Ph'.li.; 1-."ii-, �j ri ll'ilf efitt.lge. Ill Or lib A'. 1 -t on. for room -uitable for winter. Apply 1. r.th St fll'.'l.i -hod use in. 7th Ave. .-- n a n -I" '. room.-. 1'se of South. TO HKNT Nicely in niodeiti house. . phone. Apply i!17j Phone W.C. i::".T-t". TO Hi:NT-Storage space for all kinds of good?. Hates reasonable-. Saunders Hay and drain Co., 12-1 -nd Avenue South. Phone 71:2. modern houe, fre-hlv .Mui Hi... i.. l:ih St A It. S. Williamson. "._.' T life Hi t Infidelity .Mr. ''ragg (eclared If criticized the letter of Mayor llardie because of i's absolute" infidelity. It was a declaration against the prim iples of Christianity. Mayor, llardie spoke of three -ales of human nature, but. he said Mayor llardie had uiagnitied the animal side of man. He had said it was not for people to meddle with man's animal instincts. Why then. all? Why not let men pleased ". had contended it was change the matt in had we laws at do just as they Mayor llardie impossible to whom animalism dominated, except to convert him into a constant hypocrite. Mr. Cragg took issue with (his. He instanced the great conversions of the ages, such as that of St. Paul and of Luther, and down to our present day, where he instanced the community told of Si lligshy's hook,, where the worst of criminals had been changed into upright men by the influence of a good woman. Mr. Cragg went on to deal with what the mayor had said about conditions in the city, ami he repeated assertions he had made before that there was not a section of the city which did not have a house of Ill-fame. He quoted statements which had been made public by other prominent men in the cily testifying to of sin in tlie city. ^le also criticized ihe mayor very strongly for his attitude towards his nt) Foremost. Alt.i., Sept. Z\. Tin-threshing :-ea>.m is rapidly being brought io a . In-.- this yea: Willi lin light crop a few hours' work and tin-machine passes on to the next place The'yield j.- about meeting the expectations of iiin�t of the farmers. Though there are live elevators w.th wide open doors; the -ight of other years In the long line of wait ing loads is not. and it is 111111-11.11 to see a load ol wheat. The farmers are. however, optimistic and a:e busy preparing fot next year. A huge amount of inoi-ture is badly needed. Mr. McCabe oi the Foremost Pharmacy, was a vi-itor in Calgary this week, returning on Friday. Mrs. A. 1). MedllUtst was visiting friends in l.ethhiidge this week. Hov. and M:-. Wlntleld motored to itarons last Tmualay to attend a district conference on the problems which confront the church in this age and in face of present conditions. Mrs. McCabe. who has been visiting friends in Suillei.l and Medicine Hat. returned on Friday's train. The. .North Circle of the local Hed Cross will give a concert in Smith's Hull next Tuesday. Sept. Ii4, followed by a supper at the home of Mrs. Hoberts, concluding the evening with a dance. All the boys of the C. S. K. T. class at;e requested to be on band at the meeting next Friday evening as the organization and program for th. winter's work will be taken up. This class is doing excellent work, the boys having rliown unusual micros' in the work. The parents can help on the hoys and the work of the i la.-s by giving the boys 'iicouritgement and opportunities to attend the meeting; regularly. gas poisoning. Toronto, Sept. -One map is dead lind another is in the C.eneral Hospital as the result of ga i'. TO UKNT llou-ekeeplng loonr. nmi ern. gas , oiinei t ions, facie K Call Hal-dell!-, pre-ently l.-nant.-.l by 11. Lytuf Occupancy 1-' Oil. Itetital no. Apply Alexandra Hotel '.'::i'e.', Mil.---� are yoq satisfied with your I presenl living quarters? If not. go up to the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and pri\tleges awaiting you there. The rales are low. "or. 4th Ave. and l�th St.. S Phonfl TO UKNT He.-'irabli' .'i.hi'c keeping suite of three rooms itiodein kilchen. . living room with urivate bah nny. j: bed room and ham loom. Itoferetices excban;,'eii. Po,-ses-iou Oct ', st. Apply Hox 7iJ. Herald -'I"''. TO UKNT - large furnished house, keeping rooms. $1 per week. U .small furnished housekeeping mom-. :'_' r>n por week. Light, water, hath and telephone, 1-7:! old Ave s. Phone u'.lt. -':! ".-il NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON &. BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" Phono 1 siit. Owing to Having such a Lug.- number of clients wanting house.- we will rent free of charge lo the owner. Also to owners o' apartments, no charge. Houses for sale. Kenis collected. ;';'.:'-ii ..... s� FOR SALE-(Agricultural) Whan tl�nlvlnit Hl'l'tlen Tl.o lti>rnM Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at the Central where you g"t dollar for dollar':* worth of service and all our ivorl; guaranteed. Sci tlollal. nitnvoilts, Uiinciit--. Spots ami Kettle lie. treading a -ijiecialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 1 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP 8hoe� and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. J Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-1'Ji; New ['. Iturns Iluildiiig. Corner S'h Avi. and lind St. Fast, Calgary. Office Phone MUSIS Uesidettce Phone .M2f>77 Interne ami IIoum- Surgeon. M.inhutta.i Kye. liar, Nose and 'i'hroat Hospital, New York City, l'.n lioit. Specialist to Calgary School Board Tractor Repairs We upee.tnllzA In reborlng gnu tractor cylinders, and fitting overfl.-e pistons ami tings. We have in stock nt present oversize pistons for all populur makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S, Phone 1732 free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon he here and Icing wjlh i! the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul--il by u�. Kxp.-i't work. lie! air fiiimiL* work n spe-cm ii v. Phone 1713 SSO Sixth St. 3. Lethbridga, Alta. M ELECTRICAL cSUPPLIESl AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L. McKENZlE & CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. S. THE ROY ELECTRIC Klcctrlcal Contracting of nl! kinds. Agents fur the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a special!?. S18 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR � DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANQLEY, Prop. ICS ;:ul Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted : i any part of Alberta. P. LA VALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Ratei Call The' Dowsiey Land Agency, Loth-b.-i'rfne. Phone 1809 L A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave order* at Letb-bridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Store Phone----1450 DONT t r~ --FORGET *JP FS^ THE 1 WAfc VETERAN WMfeM YDU HAVE A JOB TDDFFtR * Please nnfiFy ii - SccV Veterans' CluV Phone 372 (f fitomkia CANAOA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-011 53 ;