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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta rntm TITK LETHIinnX'iE DAILY IfETUT.n. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1919 TIbc letbbcibae Deralb Siberia DAJLY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED S2t Wh 'Street South, Lethbridga W. A! Buchtnae President Matiagins Director tofcn Tcrrahce Business ilscnec TELEPHONES Office i Office........... who ite were, lu ibis be smieJ that lha popular con- cepifon was 10 confuse t'bo Slavs I he SFovaks though rhe biter Iwlpo; io cnc sreai Slav tTO-jp Aryan CO. The coustUule union of ihu Czechs auj Slovaks, Trfco, lorried in aucieui limes oua na- tion unill they iveie conqucrci and separated by the combined forces o[ Geraians and Magyars. Ttw Magyars, in (he 9ih century, lorced in a between the XorUtcrn Elivs, o[ Ciecho-SloTaks, Russiiiii the Southern Slais, composed o- Croaiians, Serbians and ether 5T3T5, by seizing tha wide fertile jilair.s on the bants cC ihe rivers Dacabe and Tisra At the samo time, from the Wcct, WOMEN'S INSTITUTE AT RAYMOND Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Ratei: Dtlly. delivered, per vfeet f .15 Daily, delivered, jrfr year 7.50 Dally, by mall, per year B.M Wwkly, by mill, per year 1.55 Weekly, by .lull, per year to U.S. 2.00 (From Our RAYMOND, 'Dec. Women's Institute --vas recently reorgauiiod with hopeful signs ol a year of laieutio activity. Olueu good wort hae been dona ID Itm community by the Insti- tute In IhQ past, but a still more am- bitious program b planned by tbe new president. 3Jrs. John P. Ander- son and.her corps ot officers. The InMitute was favored with a visll from Mrs. Aylesworth of Ihe pro- vincial government lustltuta board. At the aunual me el SUE, which was held In tho association rooms lu the Security block, sho gave a most lu- E address on patriotism and pro- per naiereuce for Ihe Hag. Sao re [erred Io the task ahead ot Canada, the assimilation of the different ua (tonalities with la her borders and making them loyal, devoted Canadians Most of Ibis work must be done lu (he school room, sho said. Tho par (cs Ln the undertaking (Sex fera en hcid waters o( the Oder rlrer torirVbV "o" mat Meal Cana Jons toe'D'onuba io the borders ot ins a strong light and arc tarted anfe of Hungary. Ever since those I solidly by the Indies or ;hc lowii. ue.uag "rcdlcUd Ihal wl" be he separated Czechs and Slova Old Trustees llciilize That They Will Have to Hustle to Win Contest for Council Own LK-'c. ia Sliv territories. Thoj- advanced along I Dates of eiplrv ot subscription ip> pear daily, on address label. Accep1.- papers after erpiralloa date onr authority to continue the sub- scription. WILSON'S TACTICS WERE NOT GOOD Tlie United Stales Senators, wh1! opposed the Peace Treaty, did i largely because of poULical hostiltC; (o President'' Wilson. The comini presidential election was in Ihelr minds more lhan peace for Ihe prp- .seot and peace (or time In trie The President Is himself par if not wholly, responsible 'far Ihe tirst time Indies are be. coast oC the Baltic Sea and up irucnirs lor puullc oftice. The nomln- world. tlaUy, When the TJnited Stales te'the Peace CoctereDce trere chpsepij bo should hare placed a couple of tbe foremojt Republicans .upon, it, ElDiu Boot- and Char. E. Hughes' or TaJL Instead he made the delegation almost entirely 'ptraacratic'-In com- poeltiou; the only Republican .iipon it, Ifsnry TrttUe a high ol citizen, TTM not a, Inder. VU. Presi- dent Wilson's action wu del iterate fear, of whatever per- poce he may hire.hid in The "pnbllc would hare the honors.and of .it- thfl Don-" have had LO stem the tide of the Ihese arc, ilse Germans and the Magyars. While the Ctechs bare fooght ngalnst Germans as Ihtlr. -most -bitter enemies, the ika hare had to .endure the most :.Oppression, and jyranny undei tho Magyars. T of iree- apra4 ,qf IBe" 'Czechj. says Mr. Mama- ol the Tblrljr and'reduced'their pojiula.- Uori' from'over to EDO.QCO. The 1526 vrt3 the most disastrous datfl'ln the history ol the Czech "nVUbn. That year marked the acces- sion of Hapsburs dynasty lu Do- U'emlaJ fcain this time their at for-" ot conscience, for the right bt religion; tree'dow the Gernwns, was embittered by tha en- mity of. the.house, of Hapsburg. The wealened by long Trars, in wblcJs Dohamla .was always tlhally accepted voluntarily ot hpuso oi their hoping by his politics: onion to find an'ally against thejTurks PruislanB- But they soon dla corersd that the -meLhods and the of Austria iirero. IdantlcAL with thelr'rbM.' The "fin OiipCcinj them are three eiyerienc- ed-iruUsas, Tfcey are the mombera ct the boar.l rvnoso tenus ot offke tenuinaiod this year, T. O. King, J. W. and U. Xalder. Mr. King ,nd the sacred Inslltu llocs of the Dominion. At the i o( the address the election of officers took place with the following beiog eiecled J. F. Anderson. First Ming Second S. B. Card. EEIS TOO PRIZES Inler-I'rovincial Seed Thoroughbred Slock From Utah Our Own CorresiuTultDl) RAYMOND, Dec. Ibe recent nter-provliiclal eted fair held lu John K. Audersoii, of llayiuoml. PA ICKED UP IN. ASSING. YOU THE BUBV UAN AUn., niunlclptiuy has opened Its AulomobUe licenses Issued In Sask- atchewan this total I U.S. for leasou ended Nor. 7, vai barrels, against last year. Slacks now ou hand are per cent, above came tlmo last year. Controller -I, W. Nelaon, a promi- nent member or Ihe civic govern- ment of Ottawa, elnce 1910, and con- trol ter o( public Elnce 1914, has been recommended for ot superintendent ol ID tie capital. Ei-AlJ. H. U. Aabplant, for a prime mover in tbe Independent a man and ono of Raymoud's iheeu'transferred to Trail, U.O. I jib or party, and uallonalljr known M. Blacks lock, manager of the to SoclalUls as on eipoaent bf their gl nt .Natusp. has doctrines, will be tbe candidate ot the Rev. J. M. McGllllvray. of I'iclon, successtul wheat growers, captured ;wo out ot-tlio eight prizes (hit came Io Alb or la. Mr. Anderson's grain cap- tured ilia only prizes by Southern Alberta farmers, the other all success- ful Alberta winners coming from the north. When It is understood that Mr. Auderson'a wriest was RTOWTI on Irrigated land and competed with dry land wheat, which Invariably en- hances the color and mill (tig Qualities ol wheat, his success la especially gratifying. Southern Alberta's livestock Inter- ests were enhanced this week by tho importation of ninety-eight head oE pure-bred Ramboutlette ETTCS from slate of Utah. They vrere origin- ally imported from France end are of particularly fine breeding. J. U, Allred, ol Raymond, is Lhe purchaser' Kingston towushlp, and a taoldlcrs and LJuOr meu tor I Mayoralty of London, Out. will be coin 6 pastor of Kuoi church. St. Thomas, Out J. E. Carsou, Doioliilon at Peace It Ivor, has been IrausferreJ er In Ixindon or In Paris. Tbe Pram- A Montreal newspaper published report emanating (rom London, Enr- laod, taylug that Sir Louier Oouln agent'would bo High Commission- to Ottawa. A Stela, local member (or- Kara- ouraska, will be the Federal Liberal Ur said: "There ruth In the rumor." absolutely no Charles C. Barber, Treasurer ot candidate in Uie byo-elecilon for tuo the 'Grain Growers' Eipnrt Company, same "cbaslitacncy. 'member of tlio Grnin Exchange and of tho Canadian Association ot W. J. SBTage. foimerly manasor at York City, who died suddenly at Swift Current, lias now taken charge York, was hurled at Milton, Ont. of Lha Saskatoon branch ot tbo Bank He >vas connected [or a' number of Wr ,111 be tiro repTOsifntillTes ot the rfhyu.jttracllTe proirtms will be er them, they declare can- ..The. Institute .was largely idly thaftbej In.lor a hard cam- lor placIuB of woman if they to be elected candidates field for tbe school BJU] so, ocnJd haya qufte safely, .irpion fairly linaalmoiu home, whin Peace' Treaty, came fonrmrd for ooa- WHEN DID TH 'SUPPORT MB. CAWtROHT .to style -It "dpnbte-faeed and cfatme- .leon in liat It bim'aiid wiV now made waj to ti ol their the oppression of th1 In.Huagaxy, a larre numbe: ot emigrated to when tbe wu begin there were.TOO, WO: of thim.' -Tha sympithlei ot th1 ftnd StoTaki, elates -Mr. Mama B from the help and enaonragi nhJchviwe received from Ui been a member of tho organization! Secretary-treasurer chool board slrvce its ne icrci and J. W. Evans has Mrs. 1- Loy; ot Commerce. Joseph llawkoy, former j years with the Banlc of Montreal, first 'ot Sudbury niitl later at PelerLoro anil of the sheep and he lias them 011 his soldier, has beeu appointed Governor placo here. He bought them from P. .ot the county Jail. C. Peterson, of Ephralnj, UJjh, one ot' the leading fancy sheep breeders ol that state. reeve o( Winnipeg. returned A ropo of i-oaris valued'at lost by the uifc ot Lfeul.-Col. Ilftmll- Mr. Allred rccenlly disposed of his.1 ton .Weddcrburn was found by two In the council race there Is a lively calest. Nina, candidates are In board, i The United Church (formerly tho sheep in (he north country QS he con- IYOIUCU Jou tho Siraud, Loniioa, sideroJ Lbc risk too gitrnt. nalher 'Tha lindera rceeK'cd n reward of hazard tho he placed ;hem j the Calgary, market putting the money Into pure-bred elurr. He 'hopes' 'So general has use of slatg become o build up one of the choicest herds among -girl' students -at Mf. Holyokc, ere Monday 'win have a T.rfetj to ected from tfce members of the con- Tveek for Salt Lafre City, where he will o set-apart for n uutheru Stales in ciL Mr: O'Brien- as- mayor; for two social was recently t erms, J. Costley .and Ceo. E. lnew Her: held at which Ihe Court retired lae- council Ibis .erm but Induced them .0 a.llow their names, to: go.-before the electors. _ i Raymond IB ;ar in her prob- lems are already appearint on the horizon both !n fairs. With promise ol a" year of development ahead It Is generally the best mnleria! available is'needcd (or publln olllce. For this reason the voters are fortunate In having a large field to draw from, End whoever La elected Raymond cer- Ulu to elect safe and sane people La the vacancies on both of lha public bodies. Barrett, was cox- iially, received, by. the congregation. le won the love, of his flock Immedl- -'An program was ared; consisting of lha following nupibera 'prayer and speech by the stpcv. Mfg. Thos. .Gould; Mlo, .'vWalter PeLlifor; ilump speech, "Mrs. Hc-ndorson; Mr Thos, Allan; Mrs. tpeech, Mr. Salmon; solo, Mr. Rltter.' The Sunday school reorganized with Walter PetUfor 'ai Miss David .as and Mrs. u orpmlst and'one of teach era. the position of OommJsatowr of Pob- took-.oii to criUcIae 115la paper in iU attttnde in recmrd to Alllu, through the offIcfel i candldatirfl. u rlewwi recognlUoa ot. us, as It came, IIrat in our Issrw of at Galbraith School olftht, he.-.oboM ward assembly hall. He IE- a mem- ier of Lbat.ward. The campaign for funds for the ilormon'' battalion monument to bo irected on the slate capital grounds it Salt La'ce-.Cltjr began when eddrcsEp.s in Hie iret ward-: service aid- a. collection aken. a was ubscrfljeiJ. .'The state pi-TJlah has ipprqprlaCei toward-a iinonu- battalion church'haB bndertahcu'tb FLOAT VEASEL Dec. BrrA 12 days sttpported ifj JD the matUr at tie wordi and, we can atford to mile at them, ud hare no objection to UienL Te ihtnld per- haps hare little trnprsuod with them been little or tnrtii'.balitoil them, tot it tb crMmt noomDt'.'we'are kept rethrtug whftn.ha1 i tt ttet.tfais bad bwmUTip- i i tt wu Is. L teC tie iertr ead From FYnnci, thnn.< ,'rom Itnly, Great BrliaJn, United States and Japan, and which pot a naw energy ID to' .our morement, tha Ciacho-SfOTai Its' new birth" cf freedom to the'herojc deeds of our armiej In Russia, girls who use 'daigcrcuB as any Montreal aew -n bind of 1 Herald. paper eays Ontario's ill 'have a hard row to faTmeri.osgbL-to.-iInd 'it easy lo'hpe'.'any TOW. Oltj. going to eiperi- ment with anlomotlc telephones. It Ur anxlona Io .set the of" city. Vr. Omwron Is no dertrB to aataxoiilatlo to J rifnt Is to In thft-wif h'B'7 the thjua ths for tad Kb 'asking too '-J with- Itttte a'o fiBcw; and Its of steady effort by 32 men wort lug night' in d day, the rat slag ol ibe Can ada Steamship company's vessel, Chi cora, over a. month ago a its mornings at the 'foot ot Cherry harbor, hsra, baoJ been completed and the old vessel la -once .more alioaL, WORK PROSPECTS S., Dec: Declares Speaker at Convention machine shop employees, as well a. carpenters "and ibundrrmen, who, 'fo several months bar's been on halt tlmi at Sydney'MJoei works, will, accord ing to Information at official sources be- given three -quarter time and "in'.th near fuLurt will ileadlly employed Thft fcolca OTins at Prlnceii will re a few days, as well plant, whlco. haa heea ahu past (ew Rambouilellea in the Vcst. Elder Dbuglaa Vainmn .Canadian N.Y.-, College, tbat the faculty KU- nounces R. fiue ot ono cent a word this bo assessed agalosl all users of mission In ihe the Interests ot he Mormon church. IJefore his de- ThcJts or ilqupr haro become so inany larse New Ycrk arturo Mr. Paxmbn ira's tendered a i insurance "companies will not issue umber of dellghltul sociaJ'urfalrE, in- any more specific liquor policies. A ludlng a farewell pnrly.Jn the 50cond policy, however, covers liquor. Ryan; who- describes- him- self' as .up. a- check at-Sfln for JfpO.OOQ Awhile 'HB.'reeUircd Jl- to Ilie recelv.cd.fl.. J, V- AlthouKh.'.a Pa; "couple have 11 children of thejr own (he court permitted them to adopt two prphaji boys, vrhose parents J. wero killed1 in ft railroad wreck. equip a college" feflncatlon tbould one (or. all cniergenclea, cO girl students of 'ihe -University oC PARIS TRADING DULL PAH IS, Dee. .was'.dull on the bourse today. Three por rentes 60 francs; exchange on don -JO francs, centimes. ___ was quoted at 10 centimes. of.' four In the California .will spend .a day studying ot Ijoa -Angeles divorce Records For All Machines No matter what you hare, so as you use a steel or fibre needle, Ihe Victor Records will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE J[ you haven't a maclilne, buy a Mason Risen from us. Easy 1 ravmenta iPiosired: RiSCH, UHITtD Bio oh Ihe Vlt'rcSa" 1 in Be Less A Tigorons address was delivered RAJ-CIAHY, Dec. tho enLbusiaslic opening sesslcn of the ntcr-chiirch" forward movement con- venilon in C-algary Tuesday rt-uewed 'interest; was" taken In movement morning. J. P. ROES; ivho presided, declared rlierc .wore' ,00 many military ternia neclion. with Lhe ch'urch. One iras. 'mark time'' and another, was ''ctarfd at He. did not Want .to throw abuses at.the church, he Eaid.'bul'it iya3 a fact -thai' there L been too much'Diarking lime __. nding at ease among' the in ths 'past and einctrejy trusted that I of .'ihe Christian church In their own a Tesult of the forward movement land was -IKe greatcat power In" the tTonal "organizer, who slated that Ihe was In reality. an LrlaJ made of chrls- forward -inirr 'altenvpt to.Li tlanlty.'Tho 'ipeakor' said there never KM II mo for-such a Io- be -launched. By get- id logetAsr InVthn'l campaign ifa t would ho able to" show that. Ihe less' .of It In the' Cut lire! and thHL tne principles for" which' Uie "church stood were ap- __ by, Rev. Dr. B. B. pllcalilc VfL t owTT a.UlUe mora Uito aaJmfcl, ie LhatJiS afcllUr to c color .3 Its ''pjefinllar- DCTYOUS that '.when1 -ho toolc thit Tlew be did, he was llfco cbAmeleon allowlnc his DCTTOTIS tern the color of his rlewa. -Frmnilsco. Villa only -needs the ad- ltkia of "In" to hla iuraama to him In trus character: In (he mas More of 674 federal troops. 0." A: Masrath, is controller In Eutem Canada, la, about the mah In the country. Hla Job of c'l ablr' dlfetrlbnllng- the coal Ihat Lhe U-8. spare East will lax all hla reMUToeB. If either eenllmsnt nor rlbndablp .enter Into the sup-. port' oE.lte. candidates' In the municipal dec.llcm. It should, entirely be a qiici' tfoK, bf the -public .-welfare and the lona for the office, Sure Sicfn CJ- wen-pleasea the satisfied look on ihe face of a child eating THE AMli o( thi'pfgttrta' of Is riM of a nKtlonillly new In natne M lie Creeho-91oTik0. To most 't If of nncerlalnly M to wkb r.-V Tho brsl .jao'wi of Uieri Iboro ar? _ tnsttvc, H MUtr tmriag "rtoctliio wu yrMUImed by a Dumber of fcinner wild; UM nine of tha Preafdent 'of Ihe .atmk of Amerioi, dcllrered April. nddrtis Unlvcraltr ihoae u proclaimed irben Flmbuit, in irhlch Elitfweil'ioerc liraj, h concern-' ed because Ihe Domin'or, LsTinr rnrtyi li tbal city has a president, who Is a BLorelteeper, secretary Klio 13 a Chnrch ot England rltrBjman and a candidate for major, who la a larrer- and two candldilei for 'aider- niea, who ere caplta'lals, The niille- tin doesn't' Ihlnk Industrial prob- lem la a factor in Ihe campaign, be- canao of the nature of the candidates. To the .rcnort -.thai J. Ltberai. raembtr-etect '.for West Dur- via asXeil Io rcHnqulsh'lils feat for'lho purnusc of finding onti for the Mihlsler of -Agriculture In OoTemment, Premier Unity Is Eaiil Io hOTO replied tlial ho hare no hand In aDy such proposal. In tho sincerity, which Is parl-ol tlic cliar- scler o( the Premier o[ Onlarlo, Ilil9 slAt ement of his cannot he enfcl Io This food of natural sweetness is highly nourishing and nil! of the strength-giving qualities of whole wheat and malted barley. One package serves mairy metis Made Postum Cereal Co. Ud.Wndwr, i razor itself' DO you prefer a dull or a sharp razor for That is the simple question you.are called upon to answer when choosing' a safety razor. Nearly every razor is claimed to a sharp edge. How was it ..There is only one SJiavirfg as [t'daes, day after day, how i) razor.to be kept sharp? Again only one pro- Then it is more important' 'to choose a'razor that strop? itselE and keeps itself sharp than that may corrie. to'ydti sharp, but remains' so only because worries you constantly for new .blades.. The AutoStrop Safety Razor is'the only- .razor (hat strops its'elf. It'.cannot be' stropped wrongly. Ask your dealer tb demonstrate it to you. be content to look at it in the.store window or'shbw case. See how it simple it is I If you wish, try It''for Thirty Days. Only then will realize what it rheani to possess a razor that can be stropped and cleaned without removing the blade or taking' anything to piece's. See Ite XlrtoSlrop Kazor jsiortnient at toy store where razors art sold, Yoa will tint a style to ittit jour, desire. Prices }5M apvufa. UAOfMCAMAOA UmiteJ, onstrate ;