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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Lbl'HBKlUGli. UAiLl HfcKALii P'jbllihiri THE LETH8RIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED MX south, Ltthbrldgc, Albertl V. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director JOHN TOniUNCE Bujlneu Manicer Itemtxr Avi'.t Bureau of Circulations Subscription RiUi: per .15 by inWX-pef Dal IT, by mill for 6 US Djlly .I'r 1.5') by.-wfi, ytar.......... l.M Weekly, anil' to U.S.'.. J.W SENATORIAL' .IGNORAMCE So lcng we have men so bidly in- lormed'as Senator Casgrain, and, what fs worse, an Ignorance fed on prejudice which prevents him from taking tho trouble to investigate as to the truth of vhat'ho. holds. there must be g creation and a widening of rift between Eastern and Western Canada. may be East and West Weirt, "and the two'-.sba'll rimer meet may be in keeping with .the fancy hi.its application to the OJd norld, 111 relallonanln to of. the Suej Canal as between Furopc and hut to bring In the Idea Irio a homoge leoua Dominion fs no, onlj uu worthy but is criminally Joollsh, dud it places the originator of the latest Vcabard fn a Wry dubious and unenviable position Jn the bid, fa- notoriety one of the forms is that uhlcu Is inspired br Ignorance irlth prejudice" aj Its fos mother and this Senator Casgraiiis plaiuL the Western Provinces have not nald either the intereaj or the principal on the bonds o! the rail guaranteed. He refers to "tho gall o{ these and then proceeds with the following "The Premiers o Correspondent) Dec Womens Institute Intend opening :-up iheir library in the near-future.? and have some 150 to and there ivjll also the provincial Ira "ling j brao which1 Uieyxvil! re- odoW from head.-. qnarterVWEdmont'on The U F. A will their an nual meeting In the Granum opera on Saturday December ISth when election of neW officers' will take place and delegates xi elected to at tend the annual Mr. D. McDonald, a former-resident of Jumbo Valley is visiting his cons ing Mr D Cameron, and also re newlug old acquaintances in the dis- He Is now a resilient of the Old s district where he Is farming on a- ven large scale He 'reports good crops In the north country On Friday evening last a. dance was held at the home of GeoVge tiga nine miles northeast Gran urn During the Mr Lantigo went out into Ihe garage with' the intention of getting gasoline to put Into his Dolco light engine anil on striking a -istch Ihe heafl broke arfd fell into some, gasoline thaHwasIn a tank msUe the garage whole building "tnhss "of flames At first it wifc thought that the housf> would catch fire from the spares and they phoned into town for tbe voluntary fire brigade at 139 arfl, and the two were taken out by tne'V'gad'e, Htfd it not that thereovas help nur? men of tho town ind country The mccl me wis called to orcipr by Iho chafr mnn. J, n. Allison, who cijilninei! what had been accomplished at (ho previous mfetin? Monday i irht Mavor vas present and mtde neat speech givhg hlo idea of p ac ing Iho club on, i financial "iaslsr lilth led to muth discussion pnyors Idea was to chnrg? JaOO Icb with a dollar A month assessment (or each menibcr The wee-fine jiif not think lhat v otifi! be largo oil Ihe fWp dollir mem berahlp fee The Bolocf qf'ojgahlz- fng the .flub wns 10 have a Suitable p! for, tho JuV could upend their linings anil (hi flub will Have rcad'fngjroom' fitlito- tic rootn cards and various gWw! f fee at one dollar a monlh for w-j nember from the delegates to the Canadian Council of Agrlcu Uure wl leader ot the Farmers of Canada e L Smith J J Morrison Toronto II Allcrta Winnipeg Sirs presideut ol tho council, Toronto, Mrs J n Saskatchewan Mrs b S Seals X ibel Fin-h Winnipeg A'wta- H C Heming, John F W P.iddcll, b, il SasUlchewai J J- McLellan Alberta, C More Truth Than Poetry By S. E. Klier THE DELUDED COBBLER Johii'Strulhers llvcs'fn a littla fo'wa W h ere; tbe "day s a re all very "much 1 alike Out there the people are never shot .down; There are no parades, there a never a strike The railrbad'sl' nearly three miles away, x Tho town has been sleeping tor six'y jears, But it wakes'-for a minute or two, per day When'who carries the mail appears; You old you.journay there Wields liis hammer and ;plies his awl; He the shoes that the people wear His hair and his gains are small. I watchfd him, after a job was WirHdoje k'S I wllh pride at a simple Viewing the etitcboe one by one With a frank conceit (Bat you couldn tj-maftb In his little shop with its open door He p'egs and Irjr With shreds, ot leather picked from pthN To fashiom things- that will please his eye v And thev mix his lasts and mislay bis wax1 And refuse to.nJlnd when he'sbakes his liep.d, And the) look with wonder that wis dom lacks When he puts a bristle upon a thread They, ask him that tax his wit, There are silly1 stones they mate him Stones ot places where femes flit And mighty caverns" where giants dweli- AncI often his work Is delayed because The children wjltully interfere Climbing (ils knees au3'making him psnse {_l t To tell fhe tales that they wish to hear popu Jar It has a first class cafe which nils a needed want and It has opened a dancing parlor Prof D b Cancron late pastor of the InatituUonal church here and now of Alberta Unhersltv win iqc turo in Coleman on Frlda> doubt hh man> friends will turn out to welcome him H possible the op era hojse will be engaged for this went U is the second lecture In the series arranged for by the Women s institute of 'be Institutional church Sunclaj school are practising songs and choruses for the Christ mas' tree The teachers have found everybody willing to help give the -IP forthcoming on the 23rd Santa will be there Pipers Troubles' in the PICKED UP IN- PASSING FORT B U S The Ontario Legislature is called to meet oh Jan 25 The Pincher Creek U P A lias decided, to Dr H P McPhail has located a' Burdett f A deer weighing drawn more than 300 Ihs was shot b> James near Herbert Lake iNorlhern Ontario G W Holmes succeeds J G Scott, K C as ma.stcr ot titles at Toronto tCol B Sutton ot, Township ha% teen ippomted lurnkey of Co Jail' 0 _J i1 j The C P 1R his nought 300 acres close to Ottawa for new shops roundhouses ek Major J 4 Mothenvell succeeds F H Cunningham as cnfef Inspector of fisheries for D C rimonton Bulletin says the Al berta Legislature will likely be called to meet about Jan Jas Holmes who for 20 >ears has a coiinty court clerk at Chat him has resigned owing to 111 health Re n q Blagraie DD St i Maiks Anglican churcn Parkda been appointed 01 St John's'church, Peterboro. Jos. Wallace, police magistrate at ned Deer.'-and father of Prof. Wnilaco o' Queen university Kingston, is dead He used to be the G T K at Hamilton The privilege extended, to tCna dian of rcommuting their pensions when disability was lower than 16 per cent granted by the to ihe Pensions Act lasl session.vhas been availed of to a greal Client, 30 !t is stated by omcials 'of "the.. Board 'of Pensions Commissioners 810 ponsbners had accepted the commutation' of' their p'ensions.. Mo-nsburg War Memorial Which will cost about IB In the hands of W Hill, RCA Montreal, and will he ready neit slimmer, G J A. Reata) district manager at Edmonton of tho Mutual -Life of Can- ada, has been ent ot agencies witli headquarters at Waterloo, Ont. The Soldier Lab or municipal ticket in Hamilton Is as follows G Hul crow, M.P.P.j.for mayor, and Control- lers Charles Altchson Tbos OHeir H G Fester, president of the party, for the'board of c'ontro'l. A H Calgary cattlo deal cr, advises cattle'raisers, to' hold to their stock until spring when ho is certain finished cattle will com mand high prices In tha local market Mrs A R Mcivenzle daughter ot m Flclt, who during the early six ties was in charge of the Hudson s Bay Fort at Edmonton, at 'Van- couver. Her husband was also a Hudson's Bay factor. Canada's export tfade-wrtti Auslra lia, South Africa and New Zealand, as well ns with some foreign countries such as the Argentine Cuta aud Brazil Is in danger of extinction because of recent banking regulations according to manufacturers of Toron to f t s tugene V Debs; Socialist candi mte fdr president Jn the last li S election revived 970000 greatest number polled by a Socialist presidential nominee in the of the United States and mately Socialist voto in 1916 A C McDonald of Coaldale is now the agent at the C P R station at Coutts W Smith who nas nem tin. Coutts position for the past eight or nine months intends leaving soon for Brit sh Columbia. SIX MILWON1DOLL4R ]rVlLL Br? BUILT, PRINCE GEORGE B, C Deo 13 Plans nre practically .completed for a pulri and paper mill at this point to cost over Uy i rnrnber of u tern capljallsts who hajo been over i'le Including of l'ie llAlhursl, VU lumber cmipanv Frank lone ilcnt of tlio Cunadi Cement ccmp n) and M B Prcla i preafileni of the Lumber ccm paiy, IJirftilo N Y Mj "Mel ein declared the plant wouM.bii'oiie of the most raodoni in Canada and would employ s thousand men. The couniry was found exeep- t'onnliy suitiblo for tno indvslrv Tlice kinds of paper can bd. mails In c'mlinK the nncst bond plait cover. 20Q acres. ADOPT WAGE FOR HERDERS HELENA, Dec, ers will hereafter receive wages of JC0 4 month, folioAlng action 6f the woofmcn of the who met and decided on the er tC3lt, Last year shsetiherdert wsfc oard a month and In the were Mjjueerf ,to for (n Mon before a pionth lit of H years up wfhe membership 5lica -lh'e Beting good start wttfc the sum ot-fiotf fa "the treasury You Can Sing Songsj and Accompaniments -yOU who haVe nevei know not one note anothci, can do tint You can bung song ami chcci into yom Sing j old time ang the newest populu Intsl t i t f v Song anitigccl to follow music is played automatically on the Mason Player bi ing this enjoyable condition about And you opeiate the Piano, you play it, speed up o> slovw down the melody- make the tones luud pi at youi instant desiie No excuse nowtoi yom not chia wholesome, icstful pleasuic oi imibic you luve denied befoie. Come in and let us us explain how easily you can own a Mason RischTlayei Piano. Have Music in yom' this {hat will be a pmre and all 'the Masctn Risch player Piano! tapit BALMORAL BLOCK ;