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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY SKPTEMBKR the Tar the Treaty OTer. It Is looked OD it luiYinE served Its purpose. It coramems are to be relied CD, the British GoTemiuent ul the his shown m ttoa lu vltb the prgbleais arU- Inf out of the war. the present Cabinet, wiltr-a. radical Premier and an which Is old- I Lime Conserral.Te. I Britai him and wtll tt ffTMlty la U by bis lather and molWr, Mr. aud Mrs. llobcrt McCutcbedn.jbf.HaTeltwkj Out., w fcrotheri nod two hiring tastes) of -ar-tfme wises afforded. j Wilh More Moisture in Ground b7 aall. per year mail, WMU7, mall, per to O.S. too ...H. WO I not ba partlcularlj desirable of. EVIUZ i hack LO anything whkh savors of old I It may be'tyie tbsl the preseni stride is partly lo the fact that llremlttp have taken possession of executives of the unions' In Great Britain.. DuL nevertheless, the big rrrlke la the Oil Lincl shows lhat there Is a smouldering dltsallslactlon things' as Ihey -ire. 1: will no doubt precipitation of -the general election that is now In the ofTraf- Ditn of expiry ol subscription on af'-p.-pen ifUlr oar Drily to Than For Are Optimistic WHEN IS JUDGE NOT A JUDGE? When not a judgo? The uswer Is when he IB a member of the (From Our Own VULCAN- Sept. news (roil this district for the prevent year is Jusl about a tblag of (he as l ihe has been harresL- ed, excepting second growth oats tquile a lot oL Uie flai. _The u tmdilJy floe wsrm -we'aiher th "few doys has'dona'much to tbe lale'oats. ibd'nlaBTjfarm re eipreMng io Sanresl, a" good crop from the second- growth IT gei a UUtle sun to ripen Ihetn, arid the Irosl keeps" oft for" a few days longer. Tbe weather la cold today and we are having a little Ilnrry of snow .but nothing 'of anj consequence. The re IB .much break befog done, and there Is a large A PROBLEM THAT IS NATIONAL. 'The houiisg problem 19 acuts the city, but It would appeal that the .same condition applies i clilu I In the attacks er" being neii year's crop, with the members of the Board p Board of Commerce. iftroufhout Canada In reg V u-d towns... This dear' m the importance attached lo houlnf conditions at the Trades aad Labor Congress In Hamilton.' Amongst the internal problems which face Canada to-diy nol the least among, them Is the honeing question. It If a question which merlls the most careful and attention o[ federal, provincial and municipal -gov- ernments. The Trades and Labor Congress made many recotnmen-dai tad suggestions ai to hOT the present housing problem may Da faced ud endeavored lo be solved. Eacli of ComtBtrca in the Home, Mr. Jacobs expressed his surprise lhat the Min- ister of Justice should have permitted tbe acme upon or ihe J'jdlc- larr In tbe tact lhat he Bad informed lho Hnnia ijjii Ihn gentlemen who prepared fo lors moisture In Ihe ground than thera hu been a of the year for the pas sre very optim Istlc regarding the outlook for buraper crop neit year, and there ifil DC n very large area needed.' Mr. Peler Beardsley has disposed o wis conEtituted Ihe o( Commerca for G Cirtltr! in QIE rupect ba held (or jjee, produced Bcurlnol anil quwed the folldwlof from fi: All io judges and cc-nris of and to personages of high official station, of the nature of altlacks and censure' have a' his i building on Vulcan stree ways been considered unparliamentary and the speakers of the Brilljh and Canadian Houses have always irealed. them as breaches of order. "Members have even been Interrupt- ed In Committee on the Whole by the, chairmen Ihey have caFt an -1m- to Mr. W. L. Buclier, vrho IE having 1 remodeled aud 'generally overhauled I full his requirements. Mr, Ilucher i U-ODDQ, moving c-plrli In the Vulcan and Retail Grocery and Provlelo company. Bnd the store .will be use by. that company to carry on Ibe bus ness on a much larger scale than here lofore. Mr. 'I. J. Maher. one of Vulcan prominent solicitors, has relurnc from a two month's visit to his famil J I and friends in Eueland- Mr.' Mabe I is looting very fit and happy and ev uuly enjoyed his-lrip very much, a well as the change of scenery and su oTtbeie deserres a consideration HJ lo [nutation upon fli merlU as a practical way of deal- "U leemi lo me." continued wHi the A recommendation tbat has in It 'miKk of "an appeal, ID the solution It. lor the homing difficulty, Ms tut which- states i that where pro to.take advantage of Uie. Federal Housing --Act i be 'allowed to make an- for an' Mr. ''thai the illoUter oF JasLlce, who IB tbe cuardiaa'aiicel ol the Jndic- ot ccnntrr. at Least protect tbeie new E From tbe im- proper atlactu wlilrh' are beini 'made na Tbe Chainiian. "the Hotise In. oundlags. Mrs. Roy, Walker enierai d a number m tncir friends delignl-, ally UsL night, >l a card and .dance at their splendid home on Apollo IreeL Those precent were Mr. and Buck, Mr. and Mrs.'1 Bowes, Dr- and" Mrs. Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Whlcher Mr. and Mrs. Denby, Mr. and Mrs. Keith, MUs Davis, -Mr. Col- well arid ilr. Barry. Committee. the following b M- to wiLb'odt boldloK H borrowing powers oF such eft. Thii" I on aboold well eccage tbe mind of those >ivnIcIpalHfes which are Faced with ,-a ihoxtafe of houiiax It Is dutiQctly a case of Mahomet folr-t to tbe It th not: come to .cl vaitlnc for blchtr authorities apfraacli atoild make i 1_. munlelpalllles step In ap'proacb'mg these authorities Trllh a view to ob- talaiac the means of. solving the prob- lem in respect to housing which con- -'troqls them. t lo'th'e stains o[ the Members ol Board" 6l C'ommerct." ,He held that lie poalLlon bF the Board ia rjCtoseUMr. 'From I hat oF a fudge, of the Supreme Cowl In that Uiey only office dories good behavior for a period ol tea yean from. tbe date ot their appoint aenL but may be remoTed at any time by for The Judctt oE- the Supreme Court, i WM pointed ont, can only be remoTt by the iu CouncU upon a ad'lVeiB at thi Senate ani House o With thlt ruling. tue-Uhairmsn THE tTfllKE IN GREAT BRITAIN. Tbe railway strike lu Gn at Britain Will mi 9 u.nt. OB P lA AlCKED UP IN SSING FOB TUK VUBT II AN Kak Hid Dor Own .MACLEOD. SepL vsry gentle rthi lasting- until daylight, It turned lito a mow storm, lasting all day Friday, wetting the icj well and cooling so S p.m. Friday evening the thermometer was ahoost at the freer ng polnL This storm delighted the learlj of tbe The of His Hoyal he Prince ol Wales. October -IMS, al t Is the oBciol word iv [he mayor and councij. .The Golf Cl-ab 'will .he to'havi rlnci piajr a game, while Can will prepared to lha parly .'oat' tor shooting chicken and p October 1st opening day for Gellnaj and St. George in the prem- Stratlord bis returned to ttandard Quebec Cily'i popuUUoc Inlali ovir Fire deitroycd garage and auto- noblle of Sain at Tbree Italians, arra'.cd al for bottlegflng warm fined Three deaths occurtd from diph- theria of a violent at Bobert Hall Haa been appointed police maflilrate for Rldfatnwn. r. J. Pattenoa, la now registrar of deeds for Durtertn county A new Separate school will bull1 at IFord Clly, coatlni lltd.OOO _ -s The employers of Kingston ixMomotlre Works an >tlll cm strike Bart Seclens, inxiliMr mt Die Brt llah Cannars' at dropped dead, la Iht room. ,ses now occupied by the Cash Meat Market These yonnl men' have bought out Ihe Meat Msrket and will carry on In the same line with all Ibe choicest lines of beef, mullon, pork and -poaltry the country produces. They are not strangers to the public of Macleod, and a successful career la booked 'far tbem in Ihelr line of trade. The re jlsiretion of pupils al the Mao- leod Public Echool Is Isrger than previous years. Many from Rural schools a're now attending tbe higher grades, preparing for examinations. The greatest erent ot the season was the at home given hy Mrs. B. H. Maunsell In their new home on-20lh SI and In honor of their daughter, Mrs. Buckwell, who lately returned from England. Their many friends, and legion, kept them buBy lor several honrs dnrlng the afternoon. Business men spesk of the oMolay, aa in volume, but of Niagara Falls, N. T Invented a proeeaB for taklu from the air nitrogen for In th nianuractnre of azamonta. A plan >i built with capacity, of leu ins o( arauoala. dafiy. Cspl- Perks, .Qf. Owen Sound. ormerly a csplata, dropped dead i the C. P. .R. Irack at Owen Sound. In the, past wck for Illegal Iquor selling at have'au- uutsiJ io U.100-. Thieres secured considerable mer- audlsc tront' freight cnrs stand- ngcu Iho P. M. R. siding at Chatham. About 3.000 tons ol peat are'epw Ieyer hat sM out bis inlw- est in Ihe Community theatre here lo Ober and Hardaker. Tie late more on a than at anr in the past, they'ilw ot many who arw burine only the sirr ol the barlBE outfit that went orUi to come weeks .ago eport progreBs Tery Blow on acconnt ol.rte wet weither. They niir chip their stock to the "teed, ioiieii o! bringing the to 1le slock. Tbe MuleHl U. Ft A. haying, .and Brig.-Gca. Critchler and Party Plan To Devtlop Ten Mil- lion Acra cepted 12 1-3 per cent wage increase 12 per cent Nov. 10, wfcen six ceot is elective. Depositors In Ihe wrecked North at Philadelphia will re- ceive from 25 to 40 cents on the dollar Uablllllei are JI.OM.OOO. New York Sun says strong pressur In Washington for Inlernatlon- ollzatios ol allied war debit, for ex- lenslon o( Government creillta to Kurope for commercial .porposes, and for waiver of Interest, at leasl for a me, oa nearly lent by Ihe U. S. to allies. H. B. Cross hu anepled Ihe all to the pastorate of the Baptist hurch at Fsteva.n. Ho has spent Dout 13 years In' India 'and harge ol educational wort' ai Cocb- nada. Rev. Sir. Crosi1 was overseas T. M. C. A. work and has n released. itxpot oar "FietnT Home" of X terms of piyuuL fitjU -Th. 'if ram Print i NEW YORK, here yesterday Stpt feed aifoclatlon 'a beld IP in Northern Ihe number of wii-tlan kare'-tmn more than Ibe dry ones, and it will nor Uke them fill to eel lie feed out and baled: The recent- in tbe Hicleod dfj trict hare improved the pulnre and leed situation Tery -much. Brig.-Gen. 'Alfred G. Crllchley, ot Win- nipeg, announced., lhat, when lie re- cently announced he wac- going settle in Mexico after the war, meant he would migrate soutlTot the Bio Grande u a peaceful rancher and not 'a nre eating gnn-iiinner. "The facts are said the youthful vet- eran, and then proceeded to. state that he had entered into an agreement with Martinez del.Rio, ot Meilco City, to develop o! land "ac there are no large tracts of land now to be had In Canada." The Carraaia government had full knowledge of his plans, he said, aDd, after belnj; mus- tered out fn Canada, he intended to "look the aa head of his fellow "einlgranlB." The elected office bearers lor na ollowt: President, Charles H. Hep- iurn: llraf Erneil jlat-V- second vice-president, Dr. G J. Hope; secretary, Geo. Cairns: B. F. Blackburn; directors iV. J. Connelly, E. E. Chagrin, M Charles Grunt, M. J. Hnlchln Eon, J. A. Brookjbank, F. B. Mat Ihews, T. S. McPherson, A. A. Mo Ijean, C. A. Held, G. A. Wilkinson find Sutherland. 'i placed under the rail f ploded aa an iclerurban car passet It at Louisville. Ky., wrecking the car and injuring 35 passengers. .Ninetysli cars of live slock is Ih remarkable record'of one dayVshl[ ping In tlw NqrUi.Ualtleford rallvri Tte council of rural ty or Kiteraa has passed the follow resolution: "That1 the ratepayers adriied that asslilann would lie glren .In. arranging with creditors where It wai [ounj that no tettlement- ould be madB by partlea toeni' seliea.- Any ratepayer who cpnBlden hat his creditors are preMing him or payment too teverely may coniull councillor for tbe dlTlBon wbo will advlie what course to taka, and1 it necestarry bring Ihe matter oefori .he council to secure gorernment lu- oo behalf "deblof. Turtleford branch, the Albert brajich and lha main By' a unanln ott branch of rote Eaaka- tho Amalgamaleil Posts! Workers, decided lo break Its atflllatlon wllh Trades and Ijbor council and In fulu're lo do all In IU power lo all civil, servant! into civil service federation. The members also decided that the work- era should back up the petition sent to Ihe govemmenlxhy Ihe Reglna offlco asking that the.westirn allowance ot USD ba continued hy Ibe. government.. The petition also pressed'for the piss- Ing of .the re-claasltlcallon hill during this session of lallon of the branch took place anil Ihe following officers were elected: Mellls, president; W. Kinloek, vice- president; M t. Smith, s'scretary; R yardi... .The, stock -_waj; in a colossal macnlttde that horiion for Ihe prescol _and dwarfs olUer Eren the ateel- strike M tbe States tajres jnicoid place to the (IpnUc 'wlilch has IMKA ataced across (ha .AllaiiUc. W1uiL-iL neana to a country. 'to its nadni: of coamvnt- 'atimi nil Ita aughltode "of ibntrnvlmce lo iaJlrUnala agd (man- 1MB to Ua eoaitlT, taiefl tha The lo lion froa the M much .'ttet a afOilt rntotUoa should .tfrt taVkia bat ttat, U alinld allowed to take place. In lie Old-Cointry. is better wagea aid for workers. Bat tkls there ia what wlta a great InUi arerred to soma- -tMnC of a demofistratloe the .'ffWuul fOTemmacl !n Great Brltalo. fact taat tha railway! there are' ta haaoii ot tie Oortramenl color to Ihe assertion that rt Is 'ai endMTOr tb force IU hands to that elocer altentloa to the economic prob- jaiDt of tha lay which It was eiptctri -'iv BjiB, -ij.ul, to jadfis from public eipreaied. It hu failed to conlenl of honorable membEn. How memDen of the Board of merce must envy (he JndgeJ ,of the Supreme Court wllh.- their special prlTHeges: they should enyy liTValn seeing they have no cause for the aaxne, let UB say that Ihe membera pf: Board of Commerce are not bnl near-lujgeE. The Minister of'JosiKe made hlmaelf cleir hy slat- lac that they are in a position "anal- EgmJ to That Is to say, they determne thai come be- Ibeo' bit Uiey do not hold posl- llonl pertalnhg alleil lor conteropt of court. sooflU enler Into scheme ol decorations (or the Prince. V strike In Great Brllaln Iht first application of the i-1nclplc o( "Direct acllonr1 Appointment- of lali.or arbitration board o[ nine members to prevent tong. Utrlkei and lockouts In New Tork The two large lanks for gasoline [State has been agreed upon. and', kerosene being built-by the 1m-j perlsl Oil Co. here arc neariag com-j iletfon. They will have a storage ca- laclly o'C gallons each, and' are j a tangible lealimony o[ that corpora-] Ion's confidence In lulure of the lonrTot Vulcan, which will-be la.8 dts- rlbullng cenlre for this dHitrlcl. Death of Vulcin Resident On evening SeptemScr lermaln McCutcheon passed away al The deceased was the BOH of Mr., and Mrs. Robert McCutcheon, ol Havelock, Ont, -and was thirty years He had lieon very III from n severe allack of for Just a month, and although bla life WIB des- paired ol at Ihe lime ol Ihe. (ever crisis, It was thought by his doctor lhat he had passed' the critical slage Sunlight Wash A Sunlight Wash Day is free from the toil and labour usually associated with washing, because Sunlight Soap washes clothes beautifully clean and white without rubbing or scrubbing. ''to lie MllafatDcD partienlarly 11 appears that the irt that their -.Vita nrployen be on< entirely .The death or M.dame PaCtl removes lhat be had passed'the erica stage on, who by her of .1 mad.. "Borne. Sweet Home' popular ieMTtry However, spinal meningitis than iver. hitherto ten to stand ma btlnf .ait MCWKB tie two pirtlM mt Mt titerfere thi geaieral ttfecM. ID ..til' ajsHBt c9BOta tin GovernBeEl 'litrtleiMr JottUeai .pirt, CM atto. MUoaol wlU Otmnant Im Ocwt M hnprorlnt Tie anttiatmt thai era-. A lawyer beil tbe delxtlves In of Ihe alolen by Ihe bandits1 In the Qsebec Iraln robbery. Is sure to saj, Ih'ere Is say money lo (ound a lawyer Is botind lo flnl la Premier Ldoyd has no doubt bitterly learnt the truth that economic war generally folltrwi Ihe mllllary kind. The Prime Minister ol Great Britain hu his hands fullalthepres- at and his another opportunity his fame In Ihe wayhe brlilllif slluallon across developed on Sunday.lasV and Ibe end cane quickly. The. young mac was very popular .with everyone who knew NOW- Is the lime to call us j about thai fire insurance., DELAY MAY MEAN'DISASTER THEEDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. kilrnor.l to New Vork-Times Bays Ihe Trench plan tot a society, for erection of large hotels on sites of fa mom of an army of toirlsd nett "Pussy Foot" Shoes for Infants hoe Is made In sizfi 1 to 6( lliick, iod.jllsble IP being pliable allows the c 1 to 5 tor Infaatisaiid hss tiie sole, Inablc." ihlld'B loot the r.atnra] move- Tills sho advantage ot The Bole _--._.--- _ mint when walklhr., thus tde mosclei fool and allows to walk naturally. The thick eole prevents pjebtles otker hsrd'sibtuieen from Itljuring Ibe foot. We have theni In black kid, patent leather while topi, leather black tops and brown kid Price per pair up. ASK TO BE FITTED ALL AOM W. J. NELSON THIRD AVCNUE SOUTH WIHLOCK being the surest, gentlest, purest oi all cleansers is kind to they last ever so much to the hands, too. Every cake carries the Sunlight guarantee of purity. -All you do is soap the wet clothes with Sunlight-7-roll each garment tightly and leave to soak. Later you rinse thoroughly. No wrench- ing or relentless rubbing. The dirt just really drops out. You can go'out do other Sunlight is actually cleaning the clqlhei (or yoti. 'r-f. f k tn gflting the iSoap ym atk SUNLIGHT SOAP. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, Toronto ;