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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TJW UmiMULXaB OAK.T Gbe AMD WEEKLY and HERALD COMPANY, LIMITED South, W. A. lucfonan and Maoacicf Director venerably been the Dhuer- bett hu'taVen-the place o! hopes un- [ultlUetl. It nty, or mar not, fce true Uul Uwirl Bouruu DM deeded 10 (0 Into obMurltr. But should It be .as report nates. It may be regarded M tla utunl outcome or tbe splrU M has displayed la the. parlSculjv activities which are associated with his name. After alt a drarcitk: exit, such u the retirement spokeu of. is onljr In with the ditposUoa men of the- aUaip of Henri TELEPHONES Office........... 12V2 12W at Circulation RetM .3.TWIT, delivered, per week .....t .16 i Daily, year......7.60 Dillr. by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, br mail, per Weeily, by mill, per year to U.S. J.M LIEUT. FOSTER IS With ion Ap- Go North Again THE OBTSUDING EX-MINISTEH OF Sim (1 lubes are lobe r limbo o! Ujin pertooaUiy of rllefl to Ibe It will Dot be through the lault or Sir Sam him- truly docs play vho role, la hit Bootfon before lhe House for a return showing lhe eaausliles by biltalloat and other subordinate uclls la etch of the billies wlih which thy Dame o[ Canadtaus U distinguished, Sir Satu Hughes said he could RATMOS'D. Sept. Lieut. Jael! Footer, vbo vent with the LelhbrUlie Hllhlsnd who won Ms comml9ilon throufH sue- eleTatlont m the rutar nturn- f d Friday lookfar 'Joer Lieut.. FMter EBrtsd trv France vilh the 1 7th Xovi Scolli c'rs "and 'Vent orer tbe of Pas In the At Dates of eipiry or snbscriplion ap- dally %u fiddrese label. ___ ftone la for ptrsonal glory and critl- clicd lhe CoTernment from various fit yieu. But in thai rou of papers, afifrr FipirsUoa datejneTer keep a good man down. tbaL Ic our authority to continue the I ccrlptlon. AN OPPORTUNITY REGARDING THE NO JIM AL I hands. The-yi.ll of the of i opportunity tor personal -In criticism deferred, bis came to Sir ;Saoi and he clutches ii botb under lire. slates, tbat" saw lfr. Jamea Fnutley, ot Raymond, Just before the engagement In vblch lhe litter loft his life. "Jim "jwrned hare a hunch that Ihl; engagement would be lhe for htm and that he WAS soon to "go tho lieutenant. "I tried (o chter htm up ni lASSING UP IN ton THE BUST W. J. Wike ixutmuter at his WtH Lome. N turner Exnellne Houlton. which to bare been given In the K. of P. hall on Tuesday evening, under the auspices of (be N'obleford Women's Institute., his been post- poned. bope Lo have the pleasure o( hearing Miss HcuJton at some time in the, near future. The1 regular meeUuc of the Knights of PyLblas will .tie' held on Tuesday evening Instead o! Wednesday eve- ning of IhlB week In tt? K, of P. hall, Nobleford. The death occurred on ThitrEday, Sept. 25, of Mr. Jacob Grossman, in hU year, at the Gall bethbrldge. The remains will be tat en to his former home Pennsyl- ____f_ vanla lo be Interred- .Mr. Grossman bui uolbtnR seemed lo do. Ho hla jaw bone broken in an accl- The Prtilon. Pirk Commits loners purchased the old rink at Speed Park for Sarula Chamber ot Commerce is dls uasint the advisability of establish- iC A municipal arlatlon field. Chatham Chamber of Commerce la opposed to Increasing licenses (rom }5 to ISO. Only 10 persons Attended a m set tog cvlled In tho Interest .of thi Liberty League at Stratford. Demand for burglar been unprecedented in _. Ing the last 'two weeks. bravely and his grave la veil careil The French people nre showing much lenderness iu 'caring for" the graves of the fallen Allies." After returning lo England Lieut, i de.nt while threshing near NobleCord, and has been In the Gilt llotfpital lur several weeks since. Ills death li much to be regretted, especially ta cast" was not first considered to la'rie conauuen ai less Ihaa-' cent per kilowatt. Captain KprniU Roosevelt l appointed secretary of America and Commerce corporation. The eleven Uerman liners >uwd, by lhe L1. S. for transporter troops are to be turned over to Great Britain for temporary use. county clflrk of Perth, has hU has seen 61 jears rlce. birthday, and of municipal aer- or burglary Insurance has edented itrKew York dur- Irwla, Quebec, nt Jainss Bar June- lion, uear Parry Sound, was auol and fatally wounded by his brother wlio know loaded." L With a. supply of natural eaa, Shre'veport, lia., gets gw f9r heating, and cooking at 15 cents a thousand feet, and electricity Is sold object 10 be sained by tloo io the city, when to will attend! (he School. Conference, should he made ,.thV'opportunity to the claims of ihe'south'country "for the of a "Normal School In Us midst. The Minister .will be.ia A po-1 iillon o( hearing1 lha views or the j assembled tsachers ot the souih counirj In regard to the fucb an institution to centre of lhe thls belaled is The eitension o.' Ihc Normal which the ordinary mah cannot acily fathom. In'the cfise o[ ciiual- lies in the war, what has been done cflQDOi be undone in spUe of the criticism ol Sir Sun Hughea. Why evidently the ei-.Minisier of Ml III (a intends to do, to cast bfame (OT bad occurred, JusL as he did in regard ,to criticisms o[ Sir Arthur Currle. 'ill lead lo nothing except to M, meant a pecuniary hardship on ftmny. Trbo intend .to take up teaching as a profesjlba. This has been senied by the Government !n making pro- for rendering financial aid to intending s indents in the way rX loans. -Tbe erieniloh of the Normal School one whtch is ia the In- which iiilfereil in 'he war-through Lhe loss ot loved Sir Sam speafcs of a duty to hla COD- slituenU. There -is" a greater duty which he has erideaUy not cocalder- ed, that to lhe neil-of-kiQ o! those whose lives losi. Nothing will back again. The doubts of evocation, ao that train- tit of. UU tWhers _lo be ehotild not W' but But the that the extension haj its tinak- aide u U bears on the cm wtteh a4arlU of attantloa url 'T- TfcCTe sol a dovbt that joarney- to. Calgarj; and remaining there the financial ditficulty Which irould-be Etudenta hare (o face. CThls'phue .of lhe siluatton cannot afcL "as a delriuent to the much v .desired and r.eccMarr Increase "of teachers. So far as tbe sooth IB concerned, the erection of 'a Normal School In a '.will act not a> somelhloj of a cODnteractlDf influence lo Ih> eipeose attached to Ite longer period of train 1 Ing, which is added to by tbe ha Calgary. Many a gdrl oo'Lhe firm, :wlth 'present condHlone, will only Velcoaie the opportunity o( being ahlo to earn'an Income by lating up teach- There are boys to whom' .ing appeals who would reaiitly lire way to their desire with all con- reoieDC4v of Normal School In tbe lociikr. In the encouragement It will afford "pin" recruiting the of' leathers I .where such recruiting is tnucn needed, -the-location of a formal School In Alberta la a policy of prac- 'tlcal .wisdom. The argrjrnenls in lia jfaror'are forceful In character .and as should be placed beforo 'Ue Mloliler of Ed u cm I lop on his Tisil TIM rlfit of (he MlnJUer It Ii? thoroncbly apprise lhe 4il> ihonld be a welcome and I in aa to whether tboee cuuUles., might rare prevented, cau "only effect KM tbmt, adding of mtnlaL tor- ure to minds berettred. The price izc aod'even 1C misUte; re re made, those responsible for tlje came, cannot be said to bare done S( iltlngly. 'Sir Arthur Currie has vin ted himwlf [rom any of lhe sioni time ago madexby would to raise, lurther? In- tte Why the question position', .he la la tic e, Sir 'own njenlal stale, vhlch re roDpd himself, has totally ob- literated all thoughts of others. I Sir Sam Hughes to crillciie m alien of Kraft and corruption dor Ing where 'a recompense did some special wort for ue .very v A.P.M. at Wllley camp. "There are A vory pleasant social evening was ew Canadians now oversew, he at the Noblefonl 'Union cburch nd that are there vllt be glsd o see Canada Memorial The postponed memorial seryicoa or Pie. Newell M finer, spa of J. F. Miner, a known resident of this own, "was held yesterday afternoon Jn he tfrst irard chapel. There TTag a _ i attendance of friends and rela- of the fallen hero, ahdrcomfort- Dg Addresses were made by Pfllrlarcn and Elder Chas. F. Steele. 'Miss sang with beauty and feeling, Flander's Fields.4' The chorch vis tastefully decorated wllh" nags and bun thle being In the hands of the Red Cross ladies. On the ros- pat Mayor Pack. Predtients :n Snow, Bishop .Meets and counsellors and all of the oa Tuesday, Sept. 22, The evening took the form of a farewell to present pastor and'.hls wile, "Mr. and Mrs. Leslie. During the evening Mr. Leslie was preseuled with a well-filled purse. take opportunity of again assuring Mr. bud Mrc. Lhat tbe good vis tea of the' Appllutlon Goes Back Tbe application from the proposed' Southern Alberta Irrigation District slarted-on Its second Journey to Ed-' moirton last Friday, and this time it la confidently expected lout the gov- will 'find it correct Joum go with Jt hem so- In the east. steps to; the -erection of Lhe dlifrlct.---Tbe petitions embodied practically a of "the lands atfcctea in Uie'-Migrath, Well- infcTIUymoBd Stirl.nK'dMtrlcTs'. It is thought Uiat the The services next Sunday will conducted by Rev. Ceo. B. Bar- rett. The semi-monthly dance' held. In the EC. of P. hati laat Friday ere- nfng. v MI35 M. A. Brown spent en'd" with her parentj In Muleod. Mr. C. S. Noble has returned from tts Peace fflTer trip. The regular meetlnj of the. Worn- eg 3 Institute was held at llie hotel on "Thursday There only a small attendance. WJ11 anyone who baa icy -ments ta'inake kindly sent intlmalloni .o Dor 45. Nobleford'P.O. Mra. 6Dd small ten spent last week wllh her mother, near Mac- leod. Erectloo of army bnrrackt lo com mod a lo 200 faulllee who are now lining [u shirks and tents IB being planned at Some Tliltora at Gall during the were compelled to 5.0end the IQ the police hcadquarleri ow.lag to Uck of hotel accommodation. The houeo.and barD. LQcludloe the year'i .crop, o! Y. II. Hlc0, Aldborougb, uear St. Thomas, wag destroyed, by fire. U. S. Con ul Kent, returning from Berne, says thousands of Genuai are waiting Tor the removal of emi- gration restriction for -the United Stales. Three men -employed at rock blast- ing on tbe Transcontinental-Railway wo tit on fish In K trip on the AUIc river east of Doucet station and were drowned. BUY TODAY ENJOY LrfE N OTHING ntulc lo brighten up a home. the Little parlor all make easier ind happlar. you buy thai Lbe piano IB a MASON 4 RIOCH Instrument gui run teed ind sold At "factory jo homb" 'jirlcfs. IJisy terms." Aak for ftn blmoril Block Tlw of tin proposal irftl he 'wllhin the T. J; O'Brii Asel in the nay of restitution can be laJned, let him do so. But of the dead, in fan let in em resi in peace, me price bas iyfon'lasl Sth't in- vitation .district who are Irri; cation ..dietricl' KU ionth' east oi gentle men report'a." veir'enthusiastic meet- Ing. They all made' and answered numerous rela live lo the order of procedure; Her. this morning for'Toronto .where he will assume his duties as librarian of ICnox .College. Before leaving Mr. tendered a social' iif been paid and all tha Sir Sams In the world cannot pay (I.back, evea If he succeed B jp showing that 11 need not bare Sir Sam Is guilty of himself for his own .saltsfactton. .again, oft gain, gona ifialn, Fin- applka to many things recent- ly anil not only to the (en cent street car fare., Mil. .BQURAMA A MONK. Tbe report tfitt Henri Bourisia bia 'aoifht Ua tecluslon of the inooultry 'la not'exactly surprlilog. It nay be -Ual, like a former .Emperor who ire- tlrtd to peaceful lecluflloff of the has come lo ace the yau'lLy of hainaa desires and ambitions, Boa like many another before has, no doubly come to 'tibftt he Ii the leader, of a lost tausc. The reVl trmmph of the war is a revolution In.human nature. Thus brglna GoJden Age, the New York Tribute. Tbe rtTolatlon la i one lo.cause any apprehmlcm profil- ed the Goldfn If not given too literal an InterprelalloD. v That.cqndiiloaB in Jjbulbern Alberla hare jot prevenied coming In from the States, as In the case of llie bond issues'or'JZQQ.OOG from Spokane and Seattle ftfter lhe half million tak- en up in lhe Noble foundation bond Isiuefls tbe best of pretcrlptEone tor n; The successor of .'Mr. Matheaon has not yet been appointed. Sergt who la' wril known throughout Southern -Alberta as a 1m I tone singer, has returned home from oversew.. Jlr. stay. In Canada npt ba eitended as he has accepted an offer on the stage In England. The resIgTjallon of '-.ViTian cmelson 2.s government telephone agent here'and her. removal to.Provo, Utah, created -'a vacancy In phone system.. MIsi Ange.iqa'O'Brleri appointed snccesscir to" Mrs. Powelson. Miss Hattle'eanl afjt her. Event ivMI haye. three'- days ot (From Our Own _ ETZIKOM, noi yesterday'..left lolfl" ot rnolBtnre for'' wiu be busy' f Charles PmtchiBg and WUr RoblBrfon hare returned'from lirwhing. and "family are -mor-' Ing out to. their ranch' at Milk River. The teachers at Cotftn school haia lakea for another three months. -_ li; 'Johbny slrppei one prer EtilaxoW when he wired home thai he and Miss Darcy Woe be unto him when heTgelE home Charlie Rlley expects to'leaTe San- day for coist, wtert he will spend the Trlnler. Ed. Salberg has hired Mrs. Joho- son's horses for' the "winter.' The Odd FellowB are holding a flocta! erenlD? Mundar night, the 29th, and will continue to have them all win- ter, the last Monday eVenlDf of each month. Judge Sargent motored to Nemlscan ,Erlc Erlckson of-Prapr Itor in town -Monday. Happy Mothers Many mothers who in order to keep the home neat and attractive, the, children weU fed and dresseti, continually ,overdo. r f TKe experience of motherhood alone causes a severe strain 5 upon the system, from which many women recover and serious feminine disorders may develop unless gteatj care is taken to i prevent them. .'.v ,iVi. T6 such ,wbriien Lydiar E. Pinkham s Vegetable Gompound is invaluable. Fpr many years this root and herb medicine has-been recognized as standard remedy for woman's ills, restoring them to a normal, condition. CARMANIA DOCKB HALIFAX, N.S., Sept. l Hner Ciraftnla Rrrired thlg morn- ing lire first, three Eecond and inonth, October 11, "2-third'CliSB .pusemers 8he..lso _ flO7 oiBlI mnrt I feauk- cKrks -in New TorX are out for a all-hour Working day with ttnia 13 and 14. Tlckeis'for tliu" _ callobal -and jT now sold by'the' comralltte. The program tor Ihe.Chaotauqua.is'X snlen- dld one this year and Includes such well-kripwiu lecturers Capt. Wood Briffgj, Mrs. A. anrt Sergt.- ot the Re- turned Soldiers' National Lea jus 'of Anslralia.' The Enp- plled by the Francis.Hendry company, tie trio of Instrumentalists, Vitspki quartette, and Miss Olive Me- Coriflck, prims rionna. :Marlfn _Jonas, 'the two-year-old son at -Mr, and Sirs. Oeo. died Frl- liy alter A long Tbe little me was Interred In the public ceme- brought 897 package! of mill 1200 of Tircel po.t. tnd a for extra hours up lo 7 o'clock jn the arenlng and double lime lor eich hour (vtter. Tho world Is In Ufa, perhapi. bat I denlly tulferlnc Iron being with 'Itmnit to know that his peat dreams j the1 demand, (or sborlcr hours ;ior have no possibility work all rouod. .Mr. Bouraoit had the! tattk to which In hn confnted tint- Xo belter In the lhe Eaitern pro- ringed for lhe Prlnrs could hlTS b'een "'tlllcei. irlli bewnie French la conceded thtn tbe making It 503- tnd Romtn Catholic in ilbleTor him (o allend the tc bjr now fo the Jreamer held br tbe veterans. It Ii only to Ike faded, Mid It mir (hit nuing th. -future king should Hawttc illuppololnnot cult [orcgalher for i time irllh lhe men who mtmMUnor 'tt Hinirrl BoaraMa kaa or rrxrk Time: Willtaa H, Frank, the mllllontlre brtww, hM decided that a beerless Ufa U nKadarsble. wftfi this sensing of hiDiaa: ailfltence, he Intends lo aatUi la where tie rnn ge iicti knaw before.lhe war V Urine) who wll envy tke fa tfit In which hi fyie.ptitnrt-s new bee: Woodslock city 'council nas pur- chased four lots to be uircd for play- A skeleton of an Indian, was dug out'of a gravel pit on MEN'S SHOES WITH CHARACTER Are what you, rind In oar .iMcV, ami ihli coupled with proper lit an Kiren 07 our iwho know how It fit, hiring all wMtkE ant] lo work Irom gives the wearer retulta In aervlcc and comfort that can .only Jie attained In a itole conrlalot llaell lo footwear, also -specializing In root comfort and lerrice, s Our Range from (6.00 to P0 ASK TO 8HQE3. FOB AIX AAC W J, NELSON 620 THIflO AVENUE SOUTH IHIMLOCK -Avonporl, N. S. "I rarre bblained benefit by I along Lydia E. PinkW. VegeUUe have had live children and luve lakrn trie Vegetable Compound bdoie each of them wai bom, except (he fart one, and if 1 wei prrjnant again I wofJd take H 1 WM always ttoubled writ a beanng down feeling when on my feet but since taking Vegetable Compound I feel i lot better. I hope you vnO publitR lliis Idler if it will hielp aome other sufiering women." MRS. SEYMOUR WALSH .NovaScobii.' A Word toChikfleM WoiiW There ate women everywhere who long for children in their Koines yet are denied this happi- ness on account of some disorder which in many cases would readilyyield to Lydia E. PinkhamV Compound. SochwooMttlMmUn.... wrtil they lure vrm UM ft Lgdia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound K.PIMKHM< MCOfCINK.CO- ;