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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TDK l.b innuniiir, IJAIL.I iir.rvMJi WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1910 ttbe letbbnooe DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Pubiljhcrs THE LETHBRIOOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Street South, Lcthbriag rTliv- Mc.tls she aims for arc ihore. all s ready and she. lus only lo enter in'.-j J parjdiso prepared for her in- j where it is r.o1. wanted. Hut Etmui ji; The opportunity !o so lo j i liui.-ia is Veins siren hfr. In Ito way of i deiw.-tatlon gnler by the United Ouvenuuenl. To ibe ,-tronsly objects, and Is 10 raise legal lechnlcalillea i Jtportsllon. in that her husband ILCOII1IS TO WAK HEROES CAHMAN'GAY, IVis. S nerml Hum- nion. H. Mespengor and Jack Arn- old l-'fl for the north 011 Saiunliy for a Mtelt pr ten days to haul big game. Mr. and Mrs. Oweii irora visitors at C. E. Sunnier home lis; Sun- C. U Skinner uros a business vis- itor at Warner last vrceX. Mr. R IXau has told out his NOliLEFOKU COMBATl'ING EPIDEMIC OF GKIPPE rFmra Our Own Correjror.tJrnll XODLEFOUD, Dec. There was H nice! ing cT tbo XobleforJ School Board and the Hoard ol llcilth en Saturday morniap. to consider means of coruhjUlug the epidemic of oud that hits been 6L> prc in the week or two, It reached aa alarming slate, when ut-arly hilt the school children abseol all with practically the e symptoms. for. of the par- B ICKED UP .SSING FUN TDK BC6V UAS Ihe Grange holel last faiunlay nielli so far u Email GoUmsu It concerned. Tha (Irit Ij'ceuui COUVEC will bo held 1 la wsy L'f a ree3 to dbiE her from I'eine "nt to il (where her ideila prevail anil IP, to iodulse lu chem to her heart's content T.ilhou! or penalty. case of Emma Goldman has its Member Audit Bureau of Circulitioni Subscription Ratci: itally, dilirpred, per ff.k j moral. With, the Dolshcvlsts In llus per appeal, it is n caso apparently where Weekly, tr mall, per year lo U.S. 2-0-J distance Ic-nds enchaotmtnt lo the view. It comes to goins to the land ot Bolshevist freedom and joy, 'uro behip male for jln the opera houw on inc. lolh. when school ,vith co'df. dauce tn the evening. Mr. Samuel Qratliwcll of o resoullion passed bv the Bourd Il3rn-To Mr. and G- A. Hart- j mtalou ChauUuqua.__ ulll _ ou of HeMlh thc ground ol Ihe Dttes o( of subscription ftp- aaily on nddrcss libel. Accep'.- uca ol alter expiralioa our authority lu contiLue the icriptton- mb- LABOR AND j THE CIVIC ELECTIONS To conetrue the results oi ths -ciric ilcclions, In the poor shoffln'c made tlio Labor as Ihc defeat .Th.iaMualincellnsor.lhi> Women si _ __n- J IVn.l I il is another thing. We wonder if Uioss who are slow to condemn the Boishsvists are not really dreamers who wake a nlshlmaro. when r are placed In the position ol 11-- In Ine dream'.nnil thoir To alteuJ. [meat. The directors of Ibo Agricultural; Hoy Low ana Society met on Thursday Ihlji week TA raiFHi-r E, C. Cransloua, P. Hunt, aro Calsarr MS anil Kcnnelh" K PK'SCOll. The wife oC Jas, nenl Cranbrook rnncliC-r. dlcil otter a lengthy illuesj. Johii N'ewtoo. aged uS, Inspector ot' coal mines In Columbia Ior Hie, last eistt years, dlci at Naiialtno. j Harlfhioiiers ol St. Mary's cathed- ral, ore raisins JJO.OuiJ us A gilt (or Archbishop Sinnott on his return this luciilh from hi3 visit to Home. vice of (ho lluiUuu'ti Hay company, allerly tvs Itind offices commissioner, retiring. He vlll be com o a mem- ep vt the Cauadlau advisory board. Utovcu five girlF, a uwr- U'd TV'oniRL uiul five men, have dlsip- cared from tticir homes In hi1- ihrve weeks, Accordloj; to tho Lulli'lhi, Noue of them hav-j (rucotl. Kiro wiped out the bujiuess portion ot i'uiiU-ix, Susk., with a loss of The jdircs dost roved wore' itcis llu-iitri', Grill Cafe. rcciue's olticc, 1'i-llelior lliikery, K. K. (jauililcr tictieral stoic, Mas niau, (joiicrJl store; S. Walbeiff. nu- tnry iiublic; Dr. J. 0. Lupier. riniK lore; Cafi1, L'alnvc Itestaur- aul, Alary and KLchunl, ixwl room. Mrs. W. H. Urock, widow of ll'c late U. Drock, president of tlio :d j nlng. grand Home" for our dler bovs. Magrnth does I-------. them rlgbt.and this Is'tnia nual Al day. The i o-in wtt hold In the opera i a linrlal on tha Ecnool Board. purpose of moderating tn a call lo Hie costumes of the ladies especially were new minister. This call should be ex- ver-v becoming and and cnn- pressed as lae unanimous wish of the laalc cleverness in 'selection. The FRlry and mo auuuu arsic seemed (o be tho favorites OL j the erening. The several peo- ple out from Lcthbrldgc aud many; people came in froin Ilio country. The unio'unted to sorncihing over seventy dollars. The orrorts oi everyone, stem to be illrectcd now toward prciiar.itions for Christmas. There Is only a little over two A-eeks more ami a lot In be done. There will be a joint uulerlalnmcnl and ChriEtmoE tree for tho Sunday. school and Public Echool, about DecJ the lust Friday before Christinas. Records For All Machines No mnllcr what you hsvr. so long ar, you use n slcel or fibro the Victor Itecorils will jilay pcrfcclly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE If you havcu'L a icachine, buy a Mason llisch froni UE. Uasy payments If desired. Komi of Vl cipected. If there is anything in Ihs result; 1C foes to prove Ihct Labor has i mind of Its own, practical, and'not tlTeti to sentiment in merely follow- distinctive came; and Lator in this appreciation. It would H foolish in Ibe eilremg to ralsa up anything In "way ot a claas and thus to create cnmily MCODgjt-' irbo iro clllzens of one city, by at- s urn Ing thai Ibe cirlc election a strujgle hetween Labor and the rest the community, in which Labor Buffered defeat, Thoso would so desire lo read the election other reason than what may be cbuitruetl to he making the wish ine father or the thought. Tbere was nothing Lte way ot defeat ol Labor, as generally comprla ctl 'in Lahor, but a victory tor the farmers, who-harc been id llns economy. Wjth all due consideration to the people ot Iceland, to which Island the esent cold weather Ye ara eTPerl- .cing U flUribiitedr'we cinnot. but ipe that what IE considered bad eather may visit "them to rllsnsl the regional pmsura there which ts wa the cold winds onr'-ffty. wno belocE to Labor along ivith If we want to take this ot the res a Its as it applies to those who voled for the successful candi dates. In the general spread of the voting among all sections ot the corn there was no particular vie tory or defeat for a class as a whole aud only that cf ouc and tbe other o Individual candidates. As to prejudice Labor, (ha Is beside Ibo mart. No can logic-ally bo prejudiced oga Labor. If there is any prejudice Is ngainst tbe extremists In the rank oj Labor, just- as there would ngalnst citremlsls in the ranVa of an cLhsr .caUJng. This prejudice wou' bo shared by Labor itself against th extremists In ils own ranli Labor has not been slow to show it' In re any Instances. Lot us get orer the Idea that there Is any clash between Labor and the rest of the community It is not fair to Labor as a whole, in Ihc pres'- cncc amonfi its ranks of many who arc worthy ol the and the oE the re si of the citizens. a bevy ol young women who were Bonrlie .1 any nlDUle. ot Is ___ tables sroaned bEncath Ihelr I. v. F. load ol EMfl to eat. _Graco wa, nlpfs last Treek where he had been in at tbe Grain Growors' meeting. said by.J. L. alter wlllch every- one enjoyed a most escclleat ,meal. 135 people T.-e'rs serred and it C.30 tha tables vrera cleartd sway ond the senu ansnEeS 13 preparalloa lor the program. In The pipe can still [Isure In lUe de- benlions of the School Boarrl now hat, there are not likely to be an? Edies oa il, Tor a tlma at Tha s of relief that went up Irom Ihe mofcers on the Board Trheq iliey sanl Ihe resnlts and tie hsppy imlle Ibe (acs or Uie secre- tary when Ibe results were announc- absence ol Rlrle, the chnlr 1'as occupied liy J. A. Mercer, chalrtnan ol the soldiers' reception cummitLee. AJl-joie and Gang "Solnlers1 ot tie King." Prayer was ollered by W. H. Hndley The speech ol' welcome was given bj J. A. Mercer. MT. Byron Tanner sang "Dear Old Pal ot Mine." nnd a well deferred encore "Tkoip fine il can well be Imagined. encore. W. H. Glbb sang "A Per- fect ud "Dack Home In Ten- boys used lo them in the trencher, A double miicd qusrlette sans Come Smiling (very approp- riate) and "Kentucky Dabe." The last, but by no means the least and thfc side spllltlnz number whicb eTcfyonQ. langh aa they never -v- -vi' k' did sfcit- 'In K very fine speech Charles F. n. _ Steele ]r told ot the splendid work tear "popular srtlslE.' timer nine, of our Eolilier boys. How gladiwa were In welcome them home nnd show to them our appreciation o! what they had done ior us, and we will uphold tho ideals which they In costume and "Long hll nn dnnht -n-ill here- aficr laXe a.prominent-part in vaude- ville. plarence fioirei as Dsacon Johnson, a colorci isnileiuan That tna scople of Alberts are read- s more books each year Is evident rom the records' of tie Travelling -ibrary Division ol tbe Department" >l Extension of tbe University ol Al- nerta. During the academic- year 1518-19, there was an Jrioreise ot 'ifly per cent, in the circulallon ol books in the regular travelling lib rarics. During Ibe year H9 libraries eil 232 communities...The average circulation per library was S9.9, and the highest circulation 330. This last record was achieved by Ihe Rosedale Collieries. Since tho inception ol the Travelling Library work, tbe men at Ihe various collieries throughout Al- berta have been Ibe most consistent extensive uscra of ilie service. ILe dictum that reading inakoth n und man, there should be a num- r o! stand men in the Province. fought. He spoke ol the boys who.1 did not relurn, of the greatlqre which man has fnr his that he James Mercec and Wm. Blumel enter. 1 down his lile for fila and read Lhe peom ot U.-Col, Er, John McBac, 'Flanders' yields." Mr. Steele considered IhlB -in honor U) DE asked lo toast Ihe MigrMh boya as he is a boj and Xuew all. those -.Tho lert here and a dear e.spectally of some ol who lie iu "Flanders' Fields." Responses TVDFC given by Sgl. M. S. Forsythc who .apneareil in unl- i and nn ente'rinB Hie I'Get Ovtr-lri N'c-SUB's-lJi-n. j! l Can't bb.Bolhereci With No ed as nnf'js and Maodj- and in a fine slyle, sang "How You Goini to Keep Em Down on tho Farm." This was sure great- .-The four artists then j camo on and sang "Whore do we BO From Bod no doubt the ence irere wonaericg that whnn al the end ot Ihe sons n shell burst and Deacon Johnson went head Ions oU jUter sinking "Cod Save the om lo his lizzie" (steel hel- met) as bj said ibat Is the way lliey' do when they were on the firing line- lie was greeted with applause and tainsed the people lor what they tad done for him and his family. C'apt'. Taylor appeared on Ihe scene wliu great applause and said he the nail was cleared for dancing and all enjovod toe dauco ond a cafeteria lunch serrej on the staje. AN ENCHANTMENT WHICH DISTANCE LENDS In some partn of Canada, and even in "this city, there are lo he found who think, or choose to think that Ibo Bolshevists o! Russia are no HO black as they arc painted. It (be; hare sufficient boldness they may gi as far as to make a plea for th "tender DolshevlatB." Jt Is very muc] open to argument whether these In dlvld'Jlls arc really sincere In Ib view Ihcy lake, of Ibe Dolsaetisls, o Whether they nave got themselves int such a frame of mini that they hav como to believe Ibey ate sinter The of Emma Goldman lends I tell to this view. Emma Goldman is pretty we known, fn (he nolorlety (he his a iaincd In tho-particular doctrines s! kalda snd the tender love ;bc has f tlo tenelE 'of Bolshevism, ns ciemp Ilri In Pussio. Sho has been, In t: roti of agllator In l.hc Stales, I of whalerer Iru thero la in Ihe female of the sped Iwttit mere deadly then the ma Her 'doclrtqn of free lore, with unnmentfl afalnst marrlave, (ogetb irtth her rorolullonary Ideas Df unstllntfonal go'ver l, bAVt found tbcir ccbo and ha pot talo pracllca la the land itl ..Which eho.holoog This day will remembered alons with his comrade lo by the bnys and everyone who at. tcndcil. Ono vcgrttiable feature II that o! (he soldiers who live ou the leaae soith ol being pre- sent. Arrangements liad been made the ccmmi'.tce to go and -set the on account ot Ibo wind Thursday they could not trnvel. About reside In that eountcy and A. tclllnc a little of the] A number of lie olhcr boys wcro not home and parlake ot this splendid wel- come. Mrs. Elva Barker sp.ns will) Bring You Salely to usual ease "God Our Arms Again." In the reglslrallons at tbe Unkcrs- j of Alberta for Lhe current term. iong the various [acuities, the least inher of students registered in otisehold Economics. Wllh tho prc- nt cost ot living, Ihls faculty should rove mbro attractive than it appears 3 bo, 'in that In It lies a great aid n Ihe struggle ior existence ivhich more or loss prevailing condition Iho present lime. A thorough ndcrstandine of HnusPhoM Kcono- ilcs presents Itself just now ,15 liighly encflclal not only to the female bit he male. Commenting on the Victory achievement, Hon. S. Fielding In its 'Montreal financial paper marks: "When one thinks of Ihe very modest Bums which thn Dominion ventured to ask for In and compares them with the llllgc sums now obtained home, one must marvel at Ibe change that has Ijcen brought about, A Finance Minister approaching the Ixjnilon lenders with a proposal for (hirly million did so with some and trembling lest the cautious financiers of Thread- nee'dlc Flrcct might regard the sum as eiccEaive. Yet here In our own land ivc are able lo raise tit a single atrokc more than twenty times, the largest Dominion loan ever- placed In London. In this and tbo previous since tho war began there has teen a, revolution of financial re- that baa Mlontancd the fin- ancial world.1' funny side, said one may have said -War is and we don't expect lo fin? much fun in ilcll, but we may !in'l a-iiltlc when we get there. lie related a fsw experiences anil hept Ihc audience ill a roar of laughter. Captain Taylor r.enJerud plar.o selection, "Bonnie.Sweet and present aome hare gone away [or the n-inte.r, others arc. vrorMng out of town and could not attend. The Town committee wish lo thank all Uiosc who worked EO hard on the commltlees, also the people who gare (reely and helped lo mako the af fair the graml success it was. To Farmers and Butchers CONSULT A. Wyman Co. of HIDES, PELTS and FURS in any quant- ity independent of market conditions, extensive connections enable us to pay TOP PRICE in WEAK and STRONG MARKETS. US NOW with regard to present conditions before selling your hides. J20 6th STREET 3. PHONE 442 P. O. BOX 5 A. WYMAN CO. HIDE AND PELT MERCHANTS Wrapped to insure its perfect con- dition in all climates and seasons. Sealed tight kepi right. The perfect sum in the perfect package. After every meal The flavour lasts ;