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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I V PAGE POUR LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY.; AUGUST 2, "1920 ind Publisher. THE HERALD 'NY LIMITED A. BCCHAiiAN .W Baresu of Tlptkm Rates: par J5' per year' S-09 for 6 months 4-25 3 months 2-50 by mall per ywu- 1-69 by mall. to' IIS. 1.00 i REMOVAL OF EMBARGO 1. The iiicctutnl dipping policy, w the attention given to the same, lias Sained its roward in "the lifting of by American buyers on 'CiiiMilaa cattle from. districts which have been infected me oest or iceonuaodutioa but their j get same, with the now policy j adopted by euterprlstng howl keeper of today. Prohibition hAS kOlc4 the oM-tLnve hotel proprietor vbo looked to the bar as the acxi were deposited. this oppor- most the ether uiil and im- portxot part of wtat are tn- for was hi many cases ad to go by dia board. Th'o oew policy la regard to hotels which, prohibit Sou has farced' te u Important atte In its bearing, uot ouly- to tke hotels themsoHes bat to the oammanliies wbere'they are Bltuated. In making them attractive they draw not only commercial and often alJowfcimMo delay his stay the pleasure he derives from tho bat attract the tourist on his way, causing him to Hnger rather than to pass on. This naturally moans the circulation ot money, with bene- fit not alone to the hotel keeper but to business of the town where the, hotel is located. With the experience they have met with, and which has stultified antici- whether the Dv o Y ou TODAYS QUESTIONS 1. Which State ot U. alttammed "Blue 3. Why la Trey weight eo-calkdt Wbo VM the "Ayrshire yoef? What IB tia origin of the phnuo 1 rant put M my 5. what ckwo astrology to icterjireU 6. What is the legend of the with t '.an for a mahsre. This is exception- ally fdpA. amn to livestock breeders to Soot tarn'Atterta and removes what I has bt m a distinct hardship. Farm- pation. it Ii doubtful hotel keepers .ot the eATURDAY'S OUB8TK3H6 1. What te a maiden assiis? 2. Wto Kl'.ed from ir oT lobster sauce? 3. What li Lombard fever! 4; AVhrU was tha real came .Mahomet? 5. 'Where did ho die and at what ot ilon. T. f. Norrls, premier of ataiu- :oba, were next in .line, (cHowed by memberc of parliam-eut, senators and many others. In The parade was dismissed at lie park before noon, and the premier had an hour wilh Ua trieote. At 1 e'eJock a luncheon waa held In hia honor in thi park. pavilMa, and by about' ISO nvU and mijca-3 ot Manitobi mmdclpiU- and premier, and memben of parliament Mrs. prewwt wbh Uw president! o( local wooiea'a Fol- lowing tie tiara were brief speeches by Majror Meicalfo. Sir James and Prester Norris. Pride of Ike people ot Manitoba in the deration to his present was 'expressed by the speaken, and 6. How many Drives had Mahomet? would welcome "the bar. evehi -v.-.-n is their power to get It back. M far as the travelling pubiii ,.i> i corned they have mticb to the coming of prohibition. has placed hotel keeping oit its pr ANSWERS 1. One 'without a..person, being brought ap tor trial. Maiden raeana, primarily, innocent 2. The chel Yatel. At the grand (easy given b? the great Comic to XIV. at Chsntilly, was told that the lobster for the turbot sauce had not arrived; whereupon the chef of the retired to big priv- present tirao atu-.room, aud leaning oh his swore! jran it through body, unable t folk will pawn anything'rather than :es all i fying. There are of course one or two hotels, scattered in various ties, whoso o-Evners sur- reptiously to run them 'on the primi- tive lines of the. prohibi- tion. But these are bound to lose out In-the long Public senti- ment counts, and public sentiment looks for" clean business. Mr. brleltr. In the CKintfmo thauuodj at citi zens and vMton at tlcnlo luaches In the park In the afternoon for their entertainment there waa a pro- gram of eportav For the afternoon was tree from official func- tions until 4 o'clock ud he went about the grounds renewing and greeting fife constituents. At 4 o'clock, in front (it the fraud- stand, Major Uetcalfe-read the city's formal welcome to the premier. Lator Mr. and Mrs.-llelxhen are to alna at the home-W Mayor P. G. Taylor, M.U A, and in the evening 'there will be publlc.reception.In his this concladtas the day's events. PICKED UP IN PASSIM y F O B T H B BUSY MAN inemWr of the cabinet Vlto could wllh heaiicjMrteri at Edmonton, entrusted to administer it wus carried by unanimous Tote, of the trades and labor council. A! most So, per cent more were granted In Ohio, J. B. SrerrU, a prominent merchant 4 o-Poitmuter ot Campbelltord, dipd rery suddenly. The di7 referendum in bwn until April. told ejk ol -MlUbrook, nlns select hoji to Urer, tor whidi B. who was prooiB- ent tat BimoAton Ubor circlM will adrliBrxto Uw jarchhlsbop o( Oatarbary. Bruce ImpetU'12 of re- that have been .labelled have 'great .deal tjbroiich .The., k to bei', repeated, >Wd'' it be made criminal for liny one 'vn any vA, conduc? toTranS.s hrihg- tabout itf repetition of eiperl; settle down to steady -work. 4. Halabi. The name Mahome! means tho Predestined was the titular name taken founder ot Islam. 5. At Medina, 632, the 10th year of the Hegtra, according to Alahommedau chronology. At the age of 72 years. ie married her, was his pnlj-.wife. At her death he married nine others. (Continued from Jront tjina a cqnxentlon the want is not bnt f orcea Hselt on' Yhe' mind .thit V- something-'shonld as speedily' f possible for the erection'of a'-sait; able auditorium where' such functions --'caii properly'held. The functions held "in Is'rapidly gaining the name'of'a convention city, with the of many more to be. the anticipation the number Till Increase with -the. suitable, accommodation ;mean. a great, deahto a city In the'crowds from', the outside they bring' and advertisement It gains in addition to what'is to be gained financially by increasing the -.population the centra the convention "19 held. The erection .ol'a convention' Jn the can? be' looked on, apart from ita. keeping' with a live centre, as a distinctly commercial as well as utilitarian "Vise With the financial cqndl- tj; p-the present time and the, high abor and material, It may ha time to broach.- tho matter ot building one. But oven with these drawback3 the results lo he i gained should Justify the same. The city, however, has now what may be to.be a golden opportunity of what has been a great void, with a minimum of expense. Thla opportunity lies i.n Hie very possible of the Carnegio Library building. The city is allowed to add to whatever sum Is placed at its dis- posal by the Carnegie Cornorattai, nnd_has now the chance of killing two with one stone by supplc'ment- 'Ing the sum donated with an amount for adding lo the library building a i Bultable auditorium for conventions and for public rind other meetings. .The plan should be a feasible one. At any rate there will lio nothing lost on the part ot tljo city authorities In considering the same, snd seeing whether it can ht worked oul THE MORAl OF THE YACHT RACE Toe big yacht race is now over, and interest of a live nature has con- sequently died out. But none the less it, leaves much to think about and much that is worth thinking about. In the- spirit 'in which iis, the .big Jitter- Uit expresses the ideal of. true That nothing ,bf In -.that nothing financial gain either toi the winner or to loser, This ..cannot of-all sports.- behind the: owners-of the .IsUhO; spririt SDort in. the ..Ideni way if should fie regarded, and so ein ing .the meaning of "true sport" .as "we arc accustomed to use it in relat- ion the.: individual. _ Millions have been, spent on tho j said 'asted, (Continued From Front Page.) dian Paciac train at 10.30 a.m. from Winnipeg, where they spent the night Crowds filled the station platform aud :he space around it and there wore hearty cheers as the-premier left his car, to ne welcomed briefly .by J. H. Metcalte, mayor of the city, and II. th'o bbarrl.-of trado. further parade of motor of "thein elaborately decorated, Was formed-to' Had Shot at Her Before The deceased woman had beeu liv- ing with her husband In Pindiei- Creek, and left him to come to the city hut, December. .It Is stated that on a prevjous occasion at Plncher Creek, after a quarrel, ho had shot at her, the bullet mtelng her hy three nches. She, 'however, forgave him on his promise to mend his conduct. Worked for Mlssey. Harris The holy of the deceased .woman when seen hy the police was lying In a crumpled position under the ironing board, while' that of the man 'was close by, with his' feet touching her head. Round him pool ot hlood. The deceased man had given up his, position in- the lumber yard" a? was working in at'pincher Croak, and at the time pi his death was employed as traveller lor tho MasBey-Harria Co., Calgary, in the early days ho worked In the' city in the hardware Etore then kept 'by Mr. Gray. He mar- ried the dead woman ten years ago, when she was of the age o{ 16 yearS. parocts at 1403 Socond street west, Caisary, wia drowne4 while swimming In the Elbow river. Joseph Damron, age 17, wn.oi C. P. Damrou, auctioneer, at BenUey, was fatally lojured when, the" car in which he was driving upset, 'plnhinV-hta an- deraeatli. l Grazing in field wltk two horses, a deer observed pn the farm o! Michael Oltearns, a short distance north of The animal ovaded capture and heat a haaty treat Into a wood nearby. of Poughkeepsio. N.Y., had been 'working cleaning out a vinegar pit and the tutnes ho inhaled are charged with tlng him "lit Fie borrowed somebody's car, [and went on a' joy ride. .The court accented' his story. A petition to the premier of the province, urging him to transfer tho administration of the factory act from tho attprney.gemeral to "some otter during the court year on July 1, 1920, than were' created In ho preceding year, according to Igartis made pHblic In the annual report of the clerk. Harry Mantling, of Bull Rltcr.- B.C.. narrowly escaped death on the nar- row guag? road leading totCamp Six the on Upper Bull itlver, vhea the ffard car In which be and a were wont orer a precipice, on oue sldo of the narrow -old and turned oter three times be- fore comlog to a halt. Gwrge Bliel pleaded guilty In the, lirautfoi-d police court to ajcharge of; bootlegging and paid a fine ot J2.000.; IJlxel had received llijuor for which: he had "paid between J7.MO and J8.COOJ during the past six' weeks, ny.hatag it addressed lo Branlfoftdltcs and tiien will hara all the territory north of to look after. The oecorreil tt Loodon, of Mrt. Mar; ot.lxra- dau't ant bjchly esleemti retidenU. Deccated, who wsi S2 ywra of ace, widow of Hon. MUla, who of Jua- Uce for Caaada for teveral jreari. intercepting freight office. shipment> 'at the Jonathan Papek, of Akron, 0., was fined for runniag his own sUlL Ho said he liquor Jiut to bathe bits wtfe'8, feet after she had had fever. -The Judge uld Jonathan clever, but tia fine .The assets, Including the- good-will of the pome Co., Ltd., have been transferred to Claott, Pcabody t Co.; of Canada, it wss-iu- nounced at Kitchener. The local ma'n- agemont, continue with the n company, which will also continue business under the W. G. t R. I The Alherta Government Employ ment Bureau has been dosed at Deer, and has been cpen- ed with W. B. True man in' charge. iV. G. Paterson, who has heen in charge at Red Deer, 1ms been appointed superintendent for Northern Alherta Buy Your Victor {HIS MASTER'S ,V01pE) Records HERE Quick and all catalog to choose "from at: MASON a RISCH VICTROLA PARLORS' Itemember the: big-.savins you on Red Seal'Records over last year's prices. Ask UE to lei you bear some. VICTflOLAS ON EASY MflSON Block; ;_, "The Hontk.'.of'.. Ihi VleYroliT FOR; CANCER fAf BUFFALO NEW, Aufci-Free radium win HOTELS AND PROHIBITION In spite ot tbo Jeremiads of hotel proprietors 'of the day that prohibi- tion sounded the khell of Itp pros- perity of hotel keeping, there. far have proved the conducted on right lines- have nci been so prosperous as they are and in many of them they have monS than they can do to cater to tho travelling public. Tho experience of a hotel (n this city Is-sufficient prool that far from killing tho financial end of Jrolor'keCpln'a..prohibition has help- ed 'to itdrcasc It. It was thought a good business enterprise In this par- ticular hotel t" spend ever In addlnsf a.JUlte yacht" It" cannot "I that Ihesq millions have, been 'that they'hare beeft 'for'the preservation. of an IdeaC die ideal of true sport, and ideals are .worth pre- serving lest we degenerate Into a gross materialism. .We. are_wont to speak. In "terms, of exaltation of the men who play the game. It is Just the spirit of' sport as conducted In tho yacht race, where the loser takes his .defeat In goot part, and the winner is npt over Jubl laht with the mere fact of victory that keeps up the tradition allied to tho who play the game. Sir Thomas Llpton accepted his defeat In the spirit of a true sportsman and llhe a true sportsman was not chagrined 6vcr the result. He allowed that tho best boat won, had no fault lo and, nor did he seek to find laull with tie way the race was won, but expressed his delerminallon to race agalo. That is a splendid spirit which cannot but act as an example and exalt the name of sport. There was nothing lii Iho vray_of a spiril. so tar we have seen it, in tho owner of the winner. He salisfieil Ibat tlie raco was won merits of his yacht, and that Is all that any true sportsman Clean sport, with the spirit of clean much It the desire for sport In the nation "or the Individual la to count for ai virtue. It should he removed from the sordid Influence of dollars and cents. This Is what the yacht race accentuates. It Is well that we huvo Individuals who, In the spending of large sums of money, look to gain tho honor which goes with winning In a sportsmanlike con- test as the one and the only recom- pense. The Influence which such an evapt creates should ho radiating. Friday. and-Saturday