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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGf. FOUR THE r.FTinwrnr.E OAILT TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1919 ttbe Xetbbrlc-oe Deralb letbbrlbgc, fllbcrtB i DAILY AND WEEKLY t Propel tlort and Publishes THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 125 6lh Street South, Lcthbriags W. A. DuchaniB President tsd Managing Director ilohn Business Manager TELEPHONES Office 12B2 Kditorlai Office................ 122-1 Audit Bureau of Circulations showed a business no: fail ui h.nv its ih.it f So far as the worn (Mi were concerned, Mrs ripoouor made a very r'Jimiug. She may be said to hire been beaten l-y a LieaJ, i? pome'.Mug which slie sway claim to herself in lie way of tvnEr.uuhuIon, in thai cinJidaiuro was no: oui ol place1. I-1 cirvjrns lances she might tavi? been successful. In ihui ;he number of the recorded in. her favor helped to solidity the a woman's pUco on the Ec-iocl MCI FES Pupils From Town and Conn try on a Free Pioneer Preacher Visits Scenes of Early Work Board well estimated bv electors and that her special quAl-fl- t canons had their appeal, liui asatu i in her case K was one of the 1 cular financial position in iV.o j schools were placed whi-u miliulcd aiaicst her EUCMSS as placed ugaiusi the whose busi- ness capacities ha-1 without 'doubt u large bearing oa the Issue. Our Ow Do T. The past week MS IHE IE IHE LOCAL The labor ranildales nude a poor showing but their platform was f.ir Subicr.ct'on Ratei: Dally, deliTPivd, per weak --'...J .15 Dally, delirerod, per year .....T.sfl Dally, by mail, per year 5.CO Weekly, by nail, per year...... 1.50 ahead ol ihe limes in tte present TVeeWy, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 curaHanccs. There was Ihe gtiiier- Mress label. Accept1 cold blood, it cnnnot be said thai they ival winter weather. i-f v.vA with sleighing, riuk was oyeied ou Tuesday ravin.; games begau, aud liavi1 playpil every afternoon and eve- riug The skating rink open- a big crowd of on Ti'.r-i.iw 'evening, and Is being well each, day and night. The is lor the school children. i Th'.' annual public of rue- is was held Friday and ll UCL.JI most insplrius addresses .that hsvo delivered before the local Knishts ot 1'ythlas was that JelUercil by llou. I'lmrles S. tovis. o[ Denver, Colorado, ib.b supreme chancellor ol the orjer, on Iho occasion of his vlsil o[ the Tbc ol s nun Is not what he to iho l l Tbe address matted by the Irequeni Hpplause ol hi? hearers, anil (ho remarks that fol- lowed It showed that Mr. Davis tnd PA AICKED UP IN .SS1NG THK UiN says but wbal hp Joes; the measuro ot a Christian Is not whether ho lo church ou Sunday, but ivaelher lives the lite ol n Christian aud car rtcs It into his wort days, uot ou Sun- diys alone. The mi-asuro o' cilirt'n- ship ia not to talk politics but to servo Iho date patriotically anJ .oyal- Iv. TliB measure ot social Hto is not to be dail In a rul) dreii Eai'. Ef.d a stirred them to recognition ot their plug hat, hut lu your friendships, yo'-ir duties and (ho tor do- morality, nnd your desire lo cieato ine good In Ibis life in a higher morality. It is service uowa- Previous to Ihe address uf the chin- days. The war its compensation. lajjo'jrn atcer lie January audit. I whim tiiii statement lor the. yiv.r r. ill be .submitted to ihe rtitc- Dites of pear daily uce p: Ii pur aull THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION In the re-election of Commissioner Meech. taking tbe claims Rnd qualifi- es lions of the two candidates, we have lue assaranca thel Ihe made no mistake. As Ihe result fhows. i ho big majpriiriof tie elec- tors held the view we that tbe COD test was not one OD a principle bul on the distinct of the iwo candidates. The outstandmE majority of Mr. MeccL confirms ihis.; to how the policies they championed were to be achieved. To be candid. the means they pui forward licked that practical 'wisdom lo which t'np public'look'ID the way of practical j is outvied by tbe chairman and The "High school will. lie. means aa ihey dLMmcily applied to iLe functions of ihe School Hoard.1 To sum the whola situation, the to all pupils Tree, beginning tiary, ISliO, when the third room scliool work. All scholars in world kaiser In district, or from any part may now aUoud tho JJaclcod High erhool, with- electors took s prac'.ical view of the I our paying fees. -Mzcleod was honored last reek by (torn llev. A. B. Haines, who wbol-J Issue, and the result instorjDf Macleod Meihodisc .iln. onywfly.be regarded as surprisiug. j In fact (he forecast may have beeu i well and surely anticipated, uot cnly in tbe votes cast but In the final of the candidates, both' for I the clTic and ihe school elections. A salipfflctory feature of tbe election WBE Ihe of-volcs cost! as compared to previous elections, 'j MIGHT. HAVE BEEN'. Mr. Cameron "was hopelessly out-j ALBERTA'S FJRST PREMIER classed, but we do cot think that ihe Senator Peter Talbot, who died last result of the election should he in might have been Alberta's first ihe least disappointing to him. His j u Is understood he had the a forlorn hops from Ihe si an. as he himself, if he can. be credited cool judgment, must' concede. UB' iizs, however, the satfifactlqn, if there is anything to he gained from It. of "potting up a .for a prin cipie. This we cannot help, repeating was out of "place .and foreign to the Issue ra It immealatery concerned tbe electors. So far as Ihe election results for ..L .the Commissioner of Public Works go. nothing can he read. Into be- yond tho facl thai Ihelbeiter- man. offer, hiit declined. He was a power in.tha during his active days In politics. He was trusted with a yery delicate mission by Sir Wilfrid Laurier in he., was sent to try .a'nd; strtlgQlen out the political tanjio-cruised diifer- amrrh from 15S9 to 1S92. leaving Macleod he was transferred lo the Manitoba conference, then to tbe Tor- onto conference of which he is still a membtr, and at Uceton. Ont. completed his fiftieth year iu Ihe min- istry of the great Heihodlst church. This is his first year off work since he began. He has not visited the West since'he left it years is agreeably surTmsert at the rapiJ progress' that has heen made in the church wort, and the business life of the West.. He found In Macleod only a few left of the. concreEalion lie preached to when be was pastor of ihe Meihodisl Church in Xaclcod. Mr. Rnd Mrs. Haioes were Ihe. guesls RCT. W. A. aud Mrs.' Lewis. They were entertained at the home of tJrady, when all those who them in the early days, gathered In tbe eve and lalkei of old limea-in; Mac- Ieo3." The days of ".the bullleani, ihe cowboy, and now Lhey .would wait for cellor, Ihe locals had put on a, certain portion of their decree work wliic-h 'won his coiigratulitions. lie eipress- ed hlnise.f ns havlic SKI; perhups the same ivork yui on with more ceremouial aud syaibbltsin in plices in the I'.'B., bul never had he seen it tone In'n iaxyrcsslve mau- ner. Rcferrins to (he Union Jack and tbe Slflrs and-Stripes, tbe shaker said the ihat the former represented whnl Iho The laittr stood for nud vice'versa. For lives no more. bia own part he believed' Ihat the Uullcd "Slates and Canada had shown the world that they were going lo island together, flsul together, and togelher. Crossiug Ibe line nt "Blue Grass." Le could sec no dilfer- cnce between Ihe States and Canada. Al the local lodfie lie felt, al homo in being amongst friends and Pyiliiaus. Though il was cold lu Canada, the grasp of" the hand miJ the warmih of Lis welcome made him feel ivaroi. A Great Object ilr ravis referred to what he deem- ed a'pruud fact in being Ihe first su- preme chancellor of the order to visit Lcthbridge officially. He was glad ie was. of the west, glad thftt he had New York, and come there. In regard Lo PytbJanism ia Canada, it represented a great economic sub- ii fraternal subjecl. embodying ihe. "leraeols of patriotism. When elected to fill Ihe supreme office, in August, 13lSr lie had determined lo some service; he enjoyed lha You'sacrificed mnch in Canada, gave your sons freely, gave of your ma- terial treasure whs', just for your children aud Ihelr chil- dren and Iho generations to come. We all fought that liberty shall mean something In the world, ana we all gave Ihat It shall rot be possible for nny man to sel himself up as an auto- crat and proclaim rulershlp over all PRISONERS WENT BACK TO THEIR PRISONS did Ihe His the face kaiser. of _____ people sutfcr and must suffer In order that shall be R reEoniiallon. Ths Scrip- tures are full of IncliJenla that shoiv sacrifice hcs lo be made before re- 'orm. prlhlas were will- jtig lo sire their lires for free govern- ment. Dlonyslus sought lo rule Syra- cuse, bul oven Dionysius was subdued as shown'in the lesson tonight, and so is ihe fenlser. lie lives no inoro so far as his spiritual life Is ia- They lelt on'Priday for B.C., and distinction Tallied the opportuni- cerncd. Tht Creed of tht Order ties It gara-hlm ol meeting tie mem bcrs-of Ihe .order. II ;was on (he rank and file that tho. order must de- pend for From this Ihe speaker went ou (o refer In glowing terms to the men-and officers who bad laught thc-Hifa to stay Mvliere. he be- r- Flag The speaker urged liis hearers to be loyal to their country and to their flag und to-stand on Ihe watch tower to'see thai-Bolshevism or any oilier or I.-WAV.-, could not be lUhed in the In. regard to The order of the Knishts of Pylhlas, continued. Iho speaker, owned today amongst subordinate lodp.es five mil- lions of bonds, issues of Canada and the United States. It siood pledgtd to the two governments lo aid Inetii lu readjusting and reconstruction. It is for the order to delermlno nod re- solve that no men shall lire io our countries who threaten our ments or perform treasonable acts against them, "I say to you tonight advisedly that this is "ihe great fraternal democracy of the world. It is necessary in these duvs that our membership should con- slat ol men of work, men ol! i'errice, men ot Integrity, who believe in a sti- Dremc government, who believe in Supreme Deing. We meet together wltb intelligence and a dL- atre lo cc-ordinate our forces tor the common, good. "Wo "arc meeting in. common wJth incn or we have everything in common with Ihe work Dale Presbyltrlan church, Toronto, will be A gale blevr (he roof off the Free Metbodlal .church. Sariila. St. Jauioa Acglicau Church, logcr- soil, celebrated its 50lb nnniTDraary ou Sund ay. Tho late lliratu Robitmon. Ottawa, ijinbcrmau, led au estate valued ai :wo uiilliojis. A. G. Slaght, a Toroolo lawyer, wil contest TemiskamlDg in Fedora byc-electlou as a Liberal. Labor churches were opene-d Port Arthur and Kort XVIUIaii., and no permanent minister has yet been C'hOticii. Thomas Morgan Renner, one of the wealthiest farm era iu Ihe Xiagaru dis- trict, died at Jordan Stattoti, aged ninety-tiro. Hiram Proctor, of Glcnwrood. ap- peared In tbe county police court at Chatham charged with a serious of- fence agalast a fourteen-year-old girl, St. Thomas has been colificd thai unless they economize "in Hydro power tUo switch will bo pulled and tho town left In darkness. Andrew S. McDonnell, aged sixly- Iwo, dropped dead al work in the car sbop.oMha Algouia Ceutral n at Saull Sta. Marie. TJert nichardEon, of luwood, tad a narrow escape from drowning -alien (lie aulomobllo ho was driving back ROME, tHl riot, at Manilla on Triundiy, prc- glplUted by In which xvtral pMMtia wtra klli-d. nwny prlacnin rtliauil by the nlumd prlMna, hav- Ing elM to go, only la Ilni thi priaon tnioul-- rulni. hjvlim placV. 3 Clark, Ixjndon, wliite the family wen out and stole JGO In American mono; and worth of jewelry. Tho ShftTrniean Lake, D.C.. subscrip lion to Ihe 1919 Victory loan repre sents S200 per ca'plta of tbe popula tion.' This.la believed to" be -a Dom inion record. The Toronto Presbylery decided place the Presbylorlan Church pulpits at tlio disposal of women, hi order Ihat (ley might-lay Ihelr'claims be- fore the people. RCT. A. C. Collier, M.A., lale lecLur- er ol Emmanuel College, Sastaloou, Sask.T bus accepted the position rector of Si. Luke's Churcb, Red Deer. _ Attendants In charge of livestock. ths iplne cured a case ot ileepiuE ckuess in St. Mary's hospital, Brook- Lena I'aaco, yeara of go, who liis been In a Eouud slumber or nearly a week, was brought consclouaiiess by electrical Ireii- After a brief Illness from double- neumonla, Rev. Father ancls McColIough died it St. Jos- ph'i hospital. Port Arthur, on Sun- evenlns, Nov. 23. Hov. Kothsr IcCollough was In Ferate tho year (ter Ihe big lire and under his El- ection Q temporary church built, TT iDoirn as tha Catholic hftll. Percy promlntntly Indent I- led locally wllli the O.B.U. move- nienl and the Dominion Labor Pnrty, vill have hU preliminary hearing ;it Medicine Hat ou charge of havlup prohibited literature In tils posses- sion. Acting on Information he Iloyal Northwest Mounted Police. on December 2nd, searched Currlc'H reeldeuce on Aveiuiii unil eelzed a. iiimulity ot lltemlure which. Ihoy allege, comes under tie ban, be- .BE termed In tfae vernacular Aneuaaiiib in as are. enterme the second half- ho been Bec0nd clasa ot our Klstrace we are placca transjiorlation free of cuarKe m. a posUlqn to .lake BdvanlHSC of how pay'one and one-half cents Ihe.present opportunity to. eiert our according to an orfler .-nrinnnnn imnTur iTianVinH fnr a hiehnr y nine r, made.by the Doanl of Railway Com- influence among for a higher We practical peppVe la Lath- bridge anri not visionary. There la no room for the theorist, as llle. elec- tors showed in their verdict at Ihe polls yesterday. Iti the .voles she polled, woman's cause wav well sustained ity Mrs. Spoonpr. In Ihe confidence shown In problem at tUe present time, her. In .Ihe.vQieE polled In. her favor, ebon tea, nhd'a, 'pork and he in iuppcr in th'e'e'venlns, both'of ivhich w6re a Sunday the pulpit was occupied by Lhe Her. Dr. Kerby, ho. preached to appreciative Audi- ences, Dr.' Kerby. He.'.was mare; (.iVe-'than o hany preTious occaalbui his voice filled the c-nlire church, as he deliver- ed hla messaRe to the great crowd; Monday evening his ere at .subject was and was presented In a masterly.' way, that made everyone whou heard him think of education aa nerer before. The ohjcct.vc. for tbo three days were realized, in s-o far S3 the linancial part was concerned The first meeting In connection with the Forward Movement, will be-held in the school room of ihe Methodist Church on Wednesday, December Ifllh, at S-p.m. All Ihe churches will be represented. The leecl situation is still a lire ic sue stock owners. a large numiisr of cars of feed arrived last week, the cry is Hajr, Hay and (hen mure Hay. ConsLAbla W.W. Wall of Ihe A.P.P received hist .promotion dating from 1st, 1915. Congratulations. Mr. and .Mrs. R. N. Wilson ot Sland off, celebrated their 30lh wedding an last week. Their man friends wish them many, happy- re turns ol the day. White and. UilaLush have taken ore the Cockshutt I'longh CO.'B ageno an office on pie arc. loyal !lo "their nag5." the peo-j Wbuled J aud 'belter' civilization "and a world fit for human beings to live In." Th.2 Message The orderytnfl speaker said, bad dis- Heierring order, .the. chancel- said': do not care so much performance of the work do for'Jta prlnciplea anil Ideals, r It.maUer.s, not where w'e'live if we ye up "to. the Ideals anrt conatltutcd uLliority, and let 'the nets 'of frlemlsbip' carry. the car.not b'U.lake her. defeat with good "grace." as U Intltnate.y concerns the 'city, a financial problem, and this la ex- actly how the electors read it In the choice the majority. The fact that Iho 'city was out to ihe exlenc of In money pain to inc 9chool Hoard, and which iias yet to ,be no doubt had a preat bearing on the results, bapacily, 33 exemplil'iwl -In the suc- cessluj .candidates had a great iieal. In' the. aoil, as we apprise IhVaameVwe are conTldehl Ihat the came to a wise dccfalnfi. Vtre not surprised that Mr. John- son the head of llic poll, It Vila a rCJuH that wo nnllclpated and which wfl3 'made sure by Ihe only public 'utterance lo which: hc'commit- 'led-bfmKTr. He-- fully "sensed Ihe necessity of teachere being paid a higher bn( In this regard he was to go'as far as the limit of sztelf would allow aa it concerned Ihe city's-ability lo pay. Mr. T'crrlll look the same lino, with a due regard1 (o the debenture In- debtedness of the schools in reFpc-ct nihnr expenditures, and in thfs The All Hlrhcit r.n Amerongc-n lo hav6 the shed ID wbicb lie _ saws In 'spite tho warmlh of the cierclse, lo. wL.ch he lends himself. TLli ii not surprising, In lint he may well be zg a cold-blooded Indlvlinal. Thc.clecllon yesterday Is not a win for iht city .council hut for the netter of men. How Iho present council stands in the CJllmatfon ol the pcojvlo yet to be determined. Tho 'pro- poscitl pltlmcite-elso'jld clear the at and this is what i9 needtd There Ii as much criticizing the press by certain Individuals, who have not ihe lota nf ability and ex- perience in prcsd work to on themselves this function, ns I bent is They Dories to their, atock. >e added auto acce: Gen. Mewburn Wants to Qui OTTAWA, Dec. the xejiorl Trorn Hamilton thai MB Jo Gen, Mew-hum, minister or militia, rl alrea to rcalgn Tits portfolio, can n ba obtained tiere today. Ocn. Me burn, who left on Krlrlay evening spend Ihe week-end at Hamilton Is s( abscol from the capital. It has bcc known lor some Ume paat, hem-eve that Con. Is not anxious remain In public li. In RiiggcuM lha shrnild lie dcclrlc to retire, Sir Kfhvard Kemp, OTcrseas minister mlllMa, who is now winding ijp 6vrr- seas war huaiiicsg, might resume his former post as minister of mllttla. department, which tbo Rock of Gibraltar. a as sound as To be rich in (rleodEhlp was what Pythlanlsm ineaDL What we should do.in our lodges is to erect a forum for honest, candid dlscussiun: Every one ot the lodgeroonis shouX be mado schoolrooms for education and edification. Ritualism should lie benevolence" ferine benefit refining and Impressive !n its iiifluecce; I'ythlanism shonltl he (carried Into daily life. The supreme chancellor a memorable address by urging the membera of Ihe order to carry home misslonera al Wlnulpeg. H. DinnlcV, admitted, among other things, Ihat directors of the Acme Company charged up a portion of tbeir indebtedness to the company as commissions, 'which H waa charged were unauthorized, durJng the Sland- tlarJ Reliance probe ai Toronto. Application of electric nceillca to auiiy; this IE Pythlanism." Age .of EvanBelitm The' speaker' referred to thla nt BBC as being an age of evangelism; i at those present met upon a corn- on plane as Pythlans; that any one f them rnlghrattain honors, but they ould not amount to anything unless hey gave service lo win Ihose honors. Records For All Machines No mitten wlnl you have, so IODE'SS you use a steel or fibre needle, Ilie Victor necorils vill play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE It you "haven't a maclinB, buy a JIason Illsch Trora us. Easy payments It RiSCfl, Balmoral BTock -Tk, Htmt of tho Viclroia- Ihe be bad delivered- EO Uir.l every Knight of Pythlag shall conse- crate hh life to the new awakening ol the greater service for mankind. KILLED BY FALLING TREE PJITNTE ALIJBUT, DEC, of iho press criticizing the private business of the would bo critlQizers wflli which II Is not ,tml jlmnlior ramp. Hudson's Itay June Ilila BCDfiQ_ la JioiiEcniirr. 'Sic, ftjblilcr j "n Xov. 27, fJitaJls of the acci fhouJd slick to hid la.il. Win cap ffl? lc[ 1[ be I'nc iiravlniial ]Ki.lcc headquarters lioro lodfy. was si OUR SERVICE A1I03STG other tilings, this Bank is prepared to make loans to respon- sible parties. Accept inoiiey on deposit and pay interest at current rates. Transfer motiey to any part of the globe. Issne Drafts, Money Orders, or Bills of Exchange payable in any part of tie civilized world. Make collection of drafts, farmers' sales notes, etc. Give practical advice on all business transactions and lend assistance to promote worthy enterprises. Do not hesitate lo consult us on all matters pertainiug to Baqking. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL PAID UP RESERVE FUND Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank, it ia absolutely safe from loss, as far aa you are concerned. 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