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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 26, 1919 Derail fllbcrU ,Y AND WEIKLY and ___ILETHBRIDGE HiRALO HM.1IINS COMPANY, LIMITED, i Slrtct South, W. A. luthtnan deal ani Mauigiut Director Business TELf PHONES Office l rally, iellYereii, per week .....I delivered, per ......7.W Dally, hy null, per year....... 6.00 Weetly, by JW-f..... 1-H Waetty, bj- mall, ptr yei.- to U.S. 1.03 of eiplfy ol subscriptions dally on address label., Accept. .aBCA ot pipers' after expiration date k ou authority to cocttnua tka ink- LABOR NOW LEARNING WISDOM. Labor, after macy attempt a! ibow- Ing its strength, has now learnt the true way and tho only iray In which it can arrlTe al practical results. What Labor in the. Old Country has achlered by moving alone the now path it Is now treading was related by Mr. Ben Tillelt at the Trades Congress now held In Hamilton, Ont. x Mr, Tillett. who is attending the congress as.fraternsl delegate from Great Britain, in referrlnt lo the labor movement in tho Gld Country stated that U wss based on substantial organization and that the real power at Ihe movement is expressed In Ihlg organization. "We lu Breal Mr. Tlllett, "did more by orjaji- Iialloa 'than hy all tbe talk of revo- ullon for Shirty years. lAfter thirty ycarEi, 1-wibor has Jearnt Isdom only after a experience. h is Ihe eiperience ot the I'.-ssons of organization aa eie-mpllfied la the war. Thirty years bu Labor In Great Britain been in the wilderness through following a wlll-o'-Uie-wHp which mis gnlded leaden caused-to dicker In the distance. applies Britain applies' to io Labor in Great Labor In Canada. .THE COMING ;VICTOflY LOAN. The coming Victory Loan, for which preparations have been already lu- 'jt'lated here In a committee being jo deal with It, should begin .to engage the serious consideration of people. In comparison wilh prc- -Tioni-Vic lory Loans, much of the glamor of the one Is shorn in !tial it will he laundird wi-Jic-j; Iho .atiaoaphere of the war irhlch mado .aa irresistible appeal lo'subscribers of 'the same. The appeal tor-the snppon of Ihe coming Victory Loan is, however, still there, and it li as much oi a patriotic appeal us lay in the loans that, have cone before. Tha purposes for which the loan u needed are many, and tnesa needi'are of thai" highly patriotic paiure which is not entirely confined bringing Tlctory la a war in which earned. The loan Is needed thbae neceaaary aid? the- re1 'establishment cf "lie returned men Tke: loan will in tare be loaned, that U part of it. to the MoLherUid to u in the parcbaae .of agricultural aad mdaatraj V. taal peace haa its victories as al war. the coming loan U well ..the Victory Lou. It -will DC jaded for policy'of .Etraction which followi .the -.Tae preaeht market .-'valan of. prfr .-ylow loani are enoaih to emphaiiae tbelr worth u Thould give thai confidence to ttioae to whoa the loan appeals In'a com tense. Whichever way It li VTlewad, the combu: Victory Loan'has .its appeal, and the people of Southern Alharta should he getting ready lo .ai w'ulu biituid hailed with welcome. IDS MEETING [mportut Busittss is Coidnct- >Vilkin u Gas Citv For tFrom Cur Own CovWpondeAl) BOW ISLAND. Sept. rest room last Saturday afternoon the Women's Institute- held Us rwgular monthly meeting. There was a spies did attendance ot mcnibers and among The visitors were Mrs. B. T. and Miss Fletcher, of Sunaymexie; Mrs. Whyte. Tonnlm, U.BA., and Miss Ramsay, of Ihe. Landidell dlstricU secretary read the cor- nci, re the resident nnrstf which she had received. On ot this It was decided that it was im- possible, owing lo the financial silui HOD. to arrange to have a" resident nurse at present. Tbe proposed concert lo be "given by Mrs. Hlllis TVSS another tualler.ol business. The date was tixed for Thanksgiving nljhl. The concert is to be held In the I.O.O.F. hall and a dance to follow (he program.. Another Item of business was the Much energy has been spent hy Labor in strikes which have been more fruit- less than otherwise. The same energy spent In organization and procedure under constitutional methods would have gained beneficial and lasting re- sults at a far less cost, with all the strike entails and more often than not to the strikers IhGm- Eelvef. As.a the new line, of ccniducl 'Labor in Great Britain has advanced in power. It has ob- tained a- worthy representation (n Parliament, a representation which bids fair lo be considerably increased atjthe next-election, proTided liuor keeps Its head. Thai Labor should bare its adequate representation In the council of the nation Is not only logical but in Ihe essence' of. joatice'. In tie economic Interest representation of Labor is essentially a good policy. II will be a safeguard against unrest. Give body, H much as afi a anil there is eyery chance that It will op lo 1C Lalwr IB baa now a new goal lo aspire to. It ii the adequate rcp're- seatatSoh in the Hoaaes of Parliament. "energy la otter directions ahouM be concentrated oa thli. The presence of Labor members in the Houae. of. Cbaunonj in Great. Britain baa net spelt revolution. U haa ralhci Droved to be z teavenlnc quantity. FarUameataryirepreMntalloa with oul ita proportional Labor represent! lives, aa of other Is something of an apomaly in what Is considered' to be a representative initituUon. Wilh the Tight men In the riflt place better results can he obtained for advancing the cause .of Labor aad In shorter any thlnc of what Mr. Tillelt calls talk Of revoiiliion." The WOMEN'S CLUB. i. In the activities of foe Women's Club, related at the Board of .Trade lupcbebn to wblch the.members ,of tie. litter organization were Lavlfed, lit claims for Support of this Institu- tion were established. The Civic Club, ID what was told, fcaa that TUT eiiiouble merit of doing work In oatttMM. U came as tztlaf of a rereUtkw to many (hat drouth Mason, {ire years tfc, ilie -waeet'i 'orfulutlon WM laitrmBenUl In rendering Irue com- atrrlce, in the way of jiving Ihelp to. tie'families'of dntltsle (arm In as extremely practical faahlon The Yorlt' wu done unosteniaUoBlly 'aad carnal but. haVe .of much direction la which It employed. ActlTJUm 'such ai with the forming of a lor young women la.the city aa .Tuesday. Mr. and Xn. MM Hugh aad LoweU a few aaya recently of Mr. aad Xn. Albert They did homMtead dlillM IB till dlatrlct but at prwcni restda at HoiaUa, Wash., havlag made he trip from their home to n aa Oldmobite. Mr. Brown, of the Cillieni' Lvaber Co., will occupy the house aov occu- pied by Mr. Dilmaie. Mttt Queaale Duns Is a Bow Ulaad Tiillor. Mlaa Connie Dolmage wai the hon- guest al a dance given la Ihe LO.O.F. nail lut eveulug. There was a jcoJlT number ot Ihe younfer aet freMnl and enjoyed treatly. Mule wu ftlrulshed by Mr. p.-Y. Hnrst Crowd awl Fine Exhibits Pro- ject if proposed cnaoge of the rest room from the present rooms to Mrs. Uruce's building. This has since been decided he Women's Institute a'rp leasing Mrs. ruice's building for one' year and will use Ihe front-room, which has een used as a millinery, and fancy oods store, AS n rest room and sub- el (he I (ring-rooms. This' building s more central and In many ways much superior lo the present rest oom. After the business was com- leted Ihe meeting. adlouDied, alter hich a lime was wh'io we partook'o; a delicious lunch served y MeEdame: Taylor and tuabworth. The next meeting will held on Saturday, October ISlb, in he rest with leld, Stengel and Travis BS hostesses. The D.P_4. and U.F.W.A. lield their egular meeting lastl Saturday, night n the rest room. l{ was the ioclal meeting and as nsnal a splendid lunch as served hy Ihe U.FAV.A. members. .Mrs. Geo. Bruce, who has been he millinery and fancy goods business n Bow Island for the past several years, has decided to open up a elm; PICKED UP IN lASSING TH aCaV fFrorn Our Own B. Ci Sept. fine -weather on-Saturday eierythlDg now seems' assured (or a bumper crowd and lane exhibits In every department of the Creslon (all feir which will be held on the 27th. Large delegation! are coming from Cran- brook, N'elson and ill points along Ihe lake, and the.only worry the fair Is causing Is to find accommodation for all the Tisllors. The Nelson business men Kill at a board of trade bahquet in the erenla; and on Son- day will be motored oier Koptnay Flats in order that they BIT more fully grasp the possibilities and Ihe advantages that will accrue from hav- ing1 this immense: area drained. Hecumatlon Schanw Kootenay Flats drainage was in- vestigated the latter part or week hy E. T. Drake, the federal reclama- tion director, who was also accompan- ied by his assistant, Mr. Bnrley, alto of Otlawa. They had a look over the area on the B. C. Bide and were motored ai fir south as Banners Ferry, Idaho, In.order that they might see an equally fertile stretch of terri- tory that drainage would bring nnaer cnltlralion Aenu (he line. Mr. Drake ar bininess In Crestpn, B.C.-, -Bid is was 'thoroughly convinced that retla- ihlpping her entire .stocl1'of haij, raatlqn' effort" was'desirable, and raney roofs, etc, to .that .plice-" next sured' that- tie Ottawa authorities as lay In their power. Vflag p, Tlncial-owned .lands' they were he., less to nadei-Uka tae actual drainage tie war, lie Chic CU'u did aPPUl for whit II now seeks In way M added Interest, in that Us members' .were active la tocletlei which the of the'tlme called for. ..Bat now'that the war Is over, there are other fields to which the commend- nergfn ot women may be direct- ail: This k supplied by the Women's jTJw .Work In wtlch.the Clflc Club Wa. daring the drouth of I, present coidltjo'nf tietn Thli heedt [be eipnulon eC'lae latlltitloo In tbe war of new Tbe Woaxn't ClTlc Club, all It ftandi for, iboald be a .'Wry 'important tofdutlpn In Ihe My aa4 a fnttum for belli im nW dtr aad hi .Ue dlirrlct, Itn timi of It conies to impromptu u the presence of Women') at tho Board of Trade Inncbeon, ihe woaiea have U over many 'of.the men. It developed al'the Board of Com- merce (hat fc rejard'to concerns as Ihe Swift Cov. the'hog section Is far and Away the'most profitable of all departments: Thjs makes a clear acalnst Vho hpf profits. .October 2nd, 'whftn the Prir.ce, as arranged, will Tlalt us la barely week ahead, Is' necessary that parttcularlV In thq nature week. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce 'are1 oldllmers, iviog come to this district from Leth- brldse la- ]909. They bo'mesteaded southeast since- then. '-.During their residence''here li'ey haTe.nwda many friciiui vrLo lo hare them e, yet.all join in-wtahlng-Vr. aad Mrs. Uruce and the two boys aacreis In their new.home. Captain (R-T.l WilkfaL.'a fonnsr rector of held vice here last'Sabhath morning bad communion serrlce also.1'Captain Wllkin went overseas early In the war as chaplain and was taken prisoner of war end held two yean in prijoc 5 Qn_Tn_eaday.niEht_a'party_wa5 gtfetj at the street; In honor, of Caitiln .Wililn. Dnrinj Ihe eyenih'g' Capl. ed Eome ot his experience! when a' prisoner In Ctermany, 'which indeed were very Interesting to .lioae present, them'Teaiixe yery'otlen -wnal some.bad. be safe at home. The aerred a a very pleasani evening to' Capt. (Rev.l Wilkin leaves'today for Quebec City, Tfhere he-will be'rector In "one of churches. The announcements are .issued .of the marriage of Doctor .3. of ForemosL to Miss Kaftael, of Far Hockaway, Xew York, on' Sunday, Septivlh! The home of Mn. (ReV-.) V. M. ail- hert was la.Xen poiseselon of by the Camp Fire, Girts yesterday-afternoon from 4.30 lo 6 o'clock, .wh'eri about fifteen of their number met, Connie Dulmage as the gueit ot honor. AJ thlj'Was the last rneelhig day, they took this opportunity- of making a presentation (a hookVind wishing her all "good things" in Florida, to which state she 1s going shortly.--iAt tils llose of the aflernoon' delicious re- freshments were served. The Camp Fire Girls are' baring a pantry sale on Saturday p.fternoon, Iho 27th Inst. Tea and coffee will be The E6y Scouts met at their head charters last evening and were great- ly plensed to have CapL Wllkin prej- ent lo address them.: Mrs. S. Y. Hurst and daughter, Eve froni Lethbrldge on Sal- urday, laat. Messrs. B. Hcguin and Jag. Held were business visitors In _lJclhbrldge_j_las Thursday', making iWtrl'p ''by Halpin, who had a motor accident last week; came hftme from (he on XrWay. The Irusteeft of the tanclseU trlct have engaged Miss Ramsay ake charge bf their, school. would carry the' project as far along iro- help- telegraphers will hold their next convention In Toronto. It Is said that owing to congestion of the ports In Britain much CaudlaB aeon has ben allowed to rot (here. There Is au acute, shortage ot sugar IB Brmutford, no slocks being he' either by wholesalers or retailers, Louli four years old, was fatally crushed In a thresher on his father's farm. E. S. Allan, a prominent North Oxford farmer, near Ingertoll, hai Tc'ry promising tobacco crop. The fourth American lock at I Sault, to known as the Sibln lock, was formally opeaed. More loan 3M veterans assembled at Windsor declined lo endorse To- ronto veterans' demand for gratuity. Joseph Lungley, aged. 16, of Bloor street weet, Toronto, was fatall) cruabed between two motor cars, at Bloor and Vonge. LI. J. C. Scott, Pnrkvlew Mansions Toronto, accidentally shot hlmscl 1th a revolver while examining war rophles In hli room. The Kitchener News-rtccord, dally Conservative, and Keelj- ndependent Liberal, axe being amal gamated H. H. Dewart, K. C., says that Dr Tolmle salary voted lo thj opposition leader. Mr. Dewarl go none of 1L Au IHness of three week's duratloi :eJ at midnight Wedncsda the death, of George B. Thomson one ot IngersoU's most respected res Identi. Phlllu Blancha'rd, of Cimbrfdge wai aelecled to carry the United Farm en' banner in Russell counly In Ih coming provincial ladicaUoDi point to an early enrlln ot the requisition of passenger spac for government requirements on bot tha Canadian and American route aid from British ports, R. Tfchlda, 'former Japanese Vic work.. (he Koolenay H..N. W. M. P.. forces, while here but week' secured temporary premises for the Crttton detachment of the will be'n'ere any day now. ThW paraiaijmt hone' will irp Usl are opening Wllhlji'tke week ofallonal Inlalaj, asaertlng that up lo pt. i only 23 men ol 2JO.POO dls- led darlni war had1 been eom- otely tralMd and esUnlUhed lu em- oyueit. The reward of" tor formation would lead to real of Frank McCullough kn been Id Ibrough Fnnk L. t Toron- sollcltor, to a man whose Identity cot Bade public. Mn. Blanche Read Johnson, ajrle, a noted speaker for Ontario efere'ndum Committee, met -with an :cldeut In Thesalon which neceisl- tos her giving up her tour. 1'ersons who claim lo he Interested a. London girl's marriage, announc- L that they are taking action to the annulment of n the ground that the bride was but k yean and'four uobths ot age. The erection 'of. SOO- new house! in llchener and Waterloo by the Do- minion Robber svBtem, under the rovliloni ot the Ontario Housing act, romlses to be augmented by the ullding ot at least 200 other houses y other Industries. Tbe organization ol tho Polish navy i become operative with (he ratin- atlon of the Peace Treaty Is proceed ng rapidly, according to advices fronl olish sources.1 The fleet will consist cconlliiR to present plans', of four rmored cruisers nnd twelve Mo boats. It will' have a personn'e! t Including ICO officers, prob- bly under the command ot AdcuIraF "Wrebskl. Commissioner of Communication, pro- Jl cable across' Ih Pacific to aid bnslDeis relations b (he U-.5.' and Japan. S..G. Fpremai hac'inand Jack sou on tfala'itrxt, ud wtl ijaVe Fapxt inatm Alta., "hai A '..'the old bake'ry.bulldlnc atenae, iod Is retittlnc wp ta the nlllln- ary afld ia'ctles 'M. J, Boyd Is the bnlldlng, which was recently-moved to .Canyon street, In shape to open ui la the hard- are and furniture Ime.'ArthuT wrench if secured, the old: anaory n Fourth i street, and U fttttng It op or a pool'room aad-barber shop. Apple Shlpmenta The crop ot Wealthy apples Is aboat II shipped Bad tie Macintoshes are IW Crrkr liable allows Ihe child's fool the natural move- ment when -walking, thus strengthening the muscles of the foot and allows to. walk natorally, The thick Bole prevents pebbles and other hard subttancet tae flxH-.V We have kid, patent leather white lops, patent leather black lops and brown kid Italhero Price per pulr np ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES ALL W J. NELSON Co. k20 THIRD AVINUI iUILOtKa Tbe handsome Reliance Thin, bridge model Reliable. tlT inspections before the movement ir assembled. Tested in 6 positions.Timed 6 days in the case Robt H. Ingersoil Bro.; 128 Bleury St, Montreal Can. Wife hot very ill- but never real well A Message to Husbands .when yen yowr wiU Jit .Dr.iBindiffereBI heihft, tkal gttt m Ionic. She nttit VinuTKM, wfckli hf ior all who en or nn Jon. art a blood Baker, lad rWrn- .FiMMl all ra.oMe, h tc-wvif' revitalize! iVe I advice to V; is generally1 be not a very healthy occupation. Also -comment afc to the caiiscs ,o'f marital "unhappinesaii an uhpopuliir subject. But, nerrertrieleii, it is an obvious (act tSat there are in .Canada to-day thousand! of wirea who, while-act being ill lo go to noipital or require a trained botile ol WiKatDli to-J.y. Mioitwaw, Cuidmin ncrvoua and run down, and in Inli condition they are not huibandi are not a'oJ the home j life not what it ooght lei be. (houMnds of people liom H yttmty .condi'lion. lo the ttflinf ot w.le i. rog kd Good wly lot d hi a wife liHlef not ene'wilk wkkk ih. a anj .calm oref (lie rtrt o ;