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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR (THE LETHBfUDOE MILT MONDAY. DECEMBER f, tethbriboe ibcralo 'fllUertn DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBR1OGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Street South. Lcttibriogo W. A. Buchanai President and Managing Director Torrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Office editorial Office fiembtr Audrt Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Hatei: delitfrred, per week .....f .15 Daily, delivered, jwr year 7.50 by mail, per year 5.00 Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 100 Ifetis ot expiry or subscription ap- daily on aJilress label Acctp'.- of papers after erpimlion date our RDlhority to contlaue the t THE WINNIPEG ELECTION RESULTS The detest of Ihe Board, and so on the process may be eitvndeJ Lo tlie limit oil absurdity. To came baci lo the School Hoard, Is nn insmutiDQ for ibo public us and not primrilT (or cue class, even though its functions to a certain, degree re7or lo that class. IT teacbor chooses; to Eland for elec- tion, then lie or she should rely for success on the public nt largo. TJ hare a teacher elected solely by tbe leachers woulil necessarily mean thai the nominee is ihenj for particular opposed 10 general interests. U not always follow lhat Is In the interests of ihv teachers parti- cularly is also in the interest of the tho public as represented Iu tbe schools, anymore than tbe particular interest of one j-et oC employees Is in the general interest. The procedure advocated of a teacher on ;ha Scbocl Board, lo be elected by the teachers, has all the dangers of class legislation narrowed down tq a certain class. If it Is right and prop" that a teacher should bo on the School Doard thai is a nailer for the great public to decide, and It should not be narrowed down lo the teachers themtelres. This Is on broad democratic linos. Teachers like most, oilier-employees, have their alliances or unions to look alter their interests. Through these bodies they have the opportunity o[ ventilating ri'llcals antl their grievances. A teacher elected by teacbers even, though it be on a body such as the School Board, has the flavor of group Nearly Fi-e Hundred Subscrib- Amateur Perform- ance of Merit Our Own Corrstpondeat) DLA1RMOKE, Alia., Nov.. C. Urahanir of Coleinaa, Is to bo Ughly congratulated upon the per- formance or "Never a musical comedy farce iu three sets, which was presented in the- Dlalrraore Opara ItouEO oil Thursday and uader whose direction the farce was stated. The artists, who were all local people, gave evidence train- ing which, coupled whh their own abilities, enabled them to place "'Never Again" before the public In'a'way thai would put to shame njany of the road showa that at times .have tho Crow's N'esl Pass, The p'erfonnanco was attended by n record crowd who, judging by their applause, were high' ly pleased with the actlog p[ tho var ious artists. The plot of the play centred around the home of a Mr. Fletcher, ably per sonateJ by Mr. Stanley Mr Fletcher was a grouchy and pious oli: stager while In his own home but II appeared that he wai not averse to a flirtation and merry old limes irhen out o[ sight oC his family. One of bts in their attempt to conqner tLe citadel aC civic gorernnient In WiDnipeg may righllr be read in the results of the. Winnipeg civic election. It was not legislation, which in the interests of a struggle on the part of sane Labor. as represented in tbe community ol that cily, but a fight on the part or extremists ,to --establish prin- lirlatious proved to be bis undoing jchoruses was given. Special mention as the young Udy who was his com- be made ot the part Mieaes pnnlon on one ol his later I stellon and Cress took in the pre- engaged by Mrs. Flelcher as a Eva son nt the organ, and maid maid who had Mr_ jaE_ Evasou witb Hie cornet. Reel- been tyrannized over by. Mr. Fletcher were eiven by Miss Martha not be lolor- clples. which were inimical to the pubHc..welfare, as the pnblic of AVIu- nlpeg, in the resiillF. has sensed It. Thfe on which the figlil chiefly .waged-was that of the. right of public servants, such as policemen and' flre- men, to Etrite i the 'mailer of Lhe right to strike ifiere are two principles Involved In regard to the particular standing of the'Elritcrs. -If.lt Is a stride "of .pri- vate'- employe esi. against private .em- plryere'then'-It.is .one which .is, man) or ICM the iHfllr'ofihese'.lwq parliee; .but TThcn'lt .comes. itriVing of pablia servaits, that is those who to public acnrlce, with dnties lo tbe public, it is another matter. "the public In private corporations, such as the eoal industry, a representative elected by Ihe employees lo sit oa a Board with Ihe operators has its argument, in that the pariicniar interest? are confined. to two particular parlies bnt the same principle cannot apply to public bodies, otherwise we shall see a policy of "poll'devil, pull, with each particular group pulling for Itself. FAKIR LOJESGARACE Gas Caught Fire Trora Thrown and Ltf w Broken CFrom Our Owa NOT. li auto. Fete Ekluad. ol Thomp- son dlslrJct, uslcj a Lantern in Uie opo rail on, some c( (be gas, It ti bought, came In contact and Get lire to the Garage and car. A irmnary and content i were destroyed. While riQinc horseback named Nickels o( tbe Thompson :rlcl had the mis for tune to break hie leir, Lho horse slipping rollpLne-on The telephone Is DOIT In use at'the post oHica In town and quite ft num- ber baTe taken ot-sending lone distance messages. The has pat a slop to all road work in this dUtrlcL Mr. Robinson, fls ngont for the Al berla government, has been In the district atteadlDf to the wort in con ncctloa with government relief. Tbe Ladles' Aid connected with the Union church here niel ml the home of 'Mrs.. Beat lie on Wednesdir after noon, the 2Slh. On Thursday, 27th, the Aid held a pie social. fore the pies wero disposed ol a rery good program of recilatloup, riuets and PICKED UP IN IASSING TVS If AM luiies, general manager I dofealcd candidate In" anJ tbe first vice-president, South Wellington lu several elections when tho late MaXLUlui elected. Mryor McDonald, or Xelson, D.C., suggests (bat tho U.C. cllles be allow la (o erect an 18 bed hos- pital at a cost of Major Arthur G. Lincoln, of Cal [try, bit been a J mil ted to the yrac- of law. Oils Staples Lumber Company, at VVycllUe. B.C., will begin 50011 the construction of ten new for the workers there. A. G. A. lormerly of Jlcd gave service has inted1 clerk fn chambers' fit 'court house. Deer, who gave service twen app the Calfc h At thejonwial meeting of the United GrmltnGrcweVs Co.'nt Statement was madeHlor.. T. A. Crerar of tf ed LO have 75 per cent, ot the money :akeu In by the doctors for liquor pro- Tho O run no at Orp legion, deaf London, has been sold to. the British .Ministry of Peuslous tor UW. U ivlll be ueed as a central Ue- for cripples and iienuaneully wounded men of the Imperial army. The names prominently mentioned in connection with D. C. gover- norship' arc Colonel B.' G. Prior, Wai ler Nichol nnO the A. C. .FluumertalL, In of thc-tirst ;i Thtt ths Board of Railway mUeloncra tboulJ establish ciple that raltwaya must prin- provldo slat tod agents at polo ta- automatically wheu the pacacngcr and (nifbt lugft cf inch pu left, mor- ed to Washington, aad Jatar, Mr. Petti- piece, In the ruin went to Yukon. carr. After the hard and '87 they sold Ybat n unjaal Mr. Arthur Peck, Mrs. Seattle t ol her MlES Cress. The duels by Master and to irhom he bad given nn reference upon, the, occasion; ___ dismissal. .This mald-yhlle MISS ppull. and Mlsa Grace Pecfc ins Ihe maid as.to-her Myrllo Barhy were all given, in duties in the toiftehold discovered stjje and encores given where friendly, relations .eilsting' between Jnossible. The dlatributlon of the. pies that youne lady nnrt-her tyrannical was jeu jn .the banils ol Mr. John employer. An unwelcome son-in-law nnd reaiUed orer fifty dollari. and a prospective son-in-law who -To. some the ratification ol the Peace Treaty h'as a meaning all its own as.it concerns..tne trails ol one John-BarleycorUi ol'the Winnipeg ilritea 'iiwti election showe.' -In the menage Winnipeg ci council, JJayor, Gray IE the "u with the dominating position be poaaesBes in the Tirtoe ot.the cast- 'JJn-lhe of publtc servante, are under obligations to the public. In the Mrricea render it la Dot :'i. consideration solelr of Lhe relations of thrtc employees io ibeir Jirect em- floyere, a> represented In Lbe depart- ments to. which the employeea belong, -s bnt PDC In which the public has a varL was. clearly demonstrated Iri Ibc results1 of the elec- lL lions. It Is. a result which may be intlclpatfld wherever the public baa in the decision. It was demon- In the return of Gov- ereor ot Massachusetts, not withstanding the fact thai he was sLrdpgly Opposed Lo and took ao acllre part ID opposing Lhe police strike In r. Boston. The breaking of ihe'blg rall- fay ilrlke In Great Britain IB another (nsLtncfe where the-publlc won out V when It found thai ila Intereata were npt only threatened but lhat tbe.slaad ol the sinkers was noL R Just one. The c-Jvie election In Winnipeg was an Important one, not only as it con- the city of Winnipeg itself, but In its general bearing, The re- silU.eaUbllih that the public, wheo It falls to il to become tbe arbiter, Is onitod for tho upholding of those principles whlcb make for law and order. The public Is prepared lo go part of the way, so long as demands made are consistent with tho demands 1 ,of Justice and do not Ireapaaa on piedg- ed otllgallonp. But. when It comes lo with extremists, where aot- tied principles are assailed, then eane 'Jndgmcnt finds Hgelf In the majority. 7 In this tbe Winnipeg election has Ha In the nature ot the campaign of certain wumen lo "cat off it' is bound lo end in smote when 11 cornea to a .popular decision. Should a lady ne elected to the School Doard, will it mean IDE banish- ment of 'Lady Nicotine who now is present at Ihe councils ot the Board? objected to by Mr. Fletcher also Icarn- cd of his misdoings and together KiUi tiio "dismissed indid bonsplrtd.to hi-' rniliate the hypocrite nnd thus force him to'flccept them-as-equuls in the lousehold aud to apologize to the housemaid for Ihe unjust Thls the trio succeeded iu doing to he great discomfiture of Mr. Fletcher who was then obliged to do as they dictated. Miss Charlotte Easlon and Mtss Dot Graham were excellent as the maids of the piece., while Charles Scoll and Grahain were Irreproachable as the son-in-law and the prospective son-in-law ot Mr. Fletcher Slan- ,er The other memoers of the cast ere' equally good In their various characters, among them being Miss Louise Price- as Mrs: Fletcher, Mlsa Lean Held anfi Miss Elsa -Disnoy as Lhe two daughters 3lf. and Mrj. Fletcher, Mr. A. B, Carson; as the fam- ily doctor, Luke Lindoe and Ross Powell as lovers ol the ftwo'maida, and U. K. Margtrson 0s Scrgi. 0TFlynh, 9 police officer. In all'lns play proved to ba most nteresting and entertaining and in was good crowd, the church nicely tilled. the hearing' unrest (n other parts ol Europe, the Scandinavian countries appear to be keeping cobl. There Is eoraething in the elfecl of high' laiitudes. Some according to Bacon, hare greatness thrust on them, others are born to greatness. In both cases Ibe grealncsB but Lord Astoria seetlng'ld'rid blmself of his lllle'la an Vxceptloii tb'tbe rule. H'ia a fact; that the (Irst wprqan lake-her seat In the British' House, of Commons la o "This may'be said to American worn nturo any nocr la company will without douot arge crowds over and above- OF SCHOOL, FERNIE Mumps Epidemic PSavs Havoc With is Mild draw those TEACHERS ON THE ftCHOOL BOARD -In the platform o' tlie represcnta- .'Ires of Ihe Domhiion Laljor Party lor Public Schools Board, the prin- ciple laid down thai a teacher Ahould trf> represented on Ibis Board. So. far aa the.principle- Itself goes tbm.JB nothing to be parilcularly Mid against It, Bui wncn II Is atal- fd-Uftt Ibe teacher should be elected (fun iTncmgii tbcrrjsolyca, Ibe rrln- dptfl laid down 10 on another footing. In etsence Uie procedure thai 'A tWber elected by (bo If adopted In tbd caec of the flebool Board, wlih the-same be' ettended tb all other era- t pleyeea whow Intereala are more or fcr other .partlcnlar KHkfl, ID cilr co-jncll, for In- the eame it can be.cfciued-Uiit the' dTlcf electM by the Sam Hughes' qaya.the Hears Govemrnftnt fried -.to, please every-' nobody. Condi- tions ;were Tereraed. In the cisa ol Sir Sam 'declares ;the Toronto Tele- gram, Jwhl'ch thai he tried to please nobody, and succeeded. With tbe public In blgh Gnlrlla over the prospects ot hockey, curling, and other winter sports, frozen pipes also become common, just to prove'the wisdom of the wiseacre when be pro- nounced Ibat something or aomcb'ofly la talrlng the ]oy out ot life. who, to their own'advantage, witness-j d "Nerer Again." v The number of subscriptions lo the lelory loan in the-Crow'i'Nest Pass was 4T2, representing a1.total amount The allotment ,tor the 'ass was j Messrs. Pridham and-OllTer- haie purchased the Crystal Dairy from A. :omtorl for the sum of Mr. Comfort, wno hw been In tbe dairy jusinepg In Blalnnore "for-the past hree years, will retire from business and haa purchased a dwelling In West illairmore. A- A. Sparks, who at one lime own- ed and operated-" the CoamdpollUn tiotel In Blairmorc, was In town sev- eral days last weefc Tisitlng old friends. Several young men have been Bit Ing for ciyll eel-vice" eiamlnallons.nl Ihe sanatorium military hospllal a Frank these last few days. The cram InalloQS were presided over by the Rev. T. Young, ot Blalrmore. Her. C, C. McLaurln, superinlendent Bapllal mlaalona for Alberta, was visitor lo Blairmore on Monday (From Our Oirn FERNIE, B.G.i NOT, The mump epidemic is still spreading in The disease ts-a.yerr mild tjr ono. or two cawsjbetas at ill serlou so far, but the quarantine' tho children to slaf.oiit school lor, four., weeks la' serlonily cutting down the attendance. At yrbs- ent orer fire hundred children are out ot schcioV Four ot the teachers haye mumps, Tvhlle one. Miss Fisher, has developed diphtheria and another one is qUarauliiitid uii this aceounL. Is impossible to secure substitutes, so :Ix ol the rooms are closed entirely. This is especlallj unfortunate as the chools irere clo.sed tor OTCt two months last yoar on account of the In- luenia epldemtc. The curling rink opened last eye- wIUi the Ice In excellent cpndi- lon. The skating rink Is nlso open igain. Mrs. C. E. Lyons has sold her resi- on ItoVUnd avenue to larwood and Is leaTlns with [amlly lor Spokane in a few da B. her MOVE TO ESTABLISH THE STEEL INDUSTRY IN B. C. VANCOUVBIi, Nov. final cession ot the annual convention. of lie members ot the Canadian Mining Institute discussed questions an (o the possibility, fcaslblilty and methods' to be employed In the establishment of an Iron and steel Industry In British Columbia. Tho formation of some forhi of organization to obtain belter recog- nition for the status Ot the engineer- ng provision WM also under con- sideration. There, ia -A. strong feeling aroused tbe Jugo-SlarB and Ibe Hal lars, Ilelatlona are so strained lhal Ibey arc al each other's throals. the sentiment shown. Ibe, Jugo-Slavs are out lo sever the Jugular rein ol Italy. Monday, December the Bigalb will fae Black Monday to some in the way of disappointed atplrallons. A tbe 'sarna lime, It will give the