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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 1 hi Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTINQ COMPANY LIMITED 6th South, e. A.' BUCHANAN and b> m 11 bj mail for 6 mu-ilha Balj- Us mall, s months in U pir >ejr Yiwkly bj mill. (x.r lo U s CANADA'S VO'CE SN GENEVA The old statesmanship of Europe has much to learn and understand in regard to that broaij. free and dwdocra- which prevails in the'relationship between the Mother- land and the Dominions 'pnd It may even he sqid, that d-rr neighbor the to com plete her'imowledse relationship U Wesley Kowell to clear was DO intention ot Mr. to oppose League of Xallons, tbe idea but the of tho tand he took -was to safeguard the- interests of Canada, In preventing them from being tdocjinato4 by European states- manship In this ho bad tie sympathy -th'o Support of -Brjllsb. present GOOD MANNERS irTcua SCHOOLS The Calgary School Board, we read, has taken up the matter ol leaching good manners as part ol the curricu- lum of our schools. The idea Is In fcespiug with what we believe !3 sensed as an essential requirement these days. Of coursa tSe teaching el ffooi manners to our children Is primarily a responsibility in the home, und there are aiaay -homes in which good niannera are insisted on, as can bb ECOU .in the different ways the young Wjdect themselves. -But what is racking ja the hams is naturally 'ooicd reaed ed In the school Jin addition to 'this, in paving alien tion To the manrers of puills the schools help, forward whit has been for No he air. and In doins as the man on the spot done m tne home describes he m'nduced a breath of Our forefathers realized the Import the Canadian winter cold but mugor j ol manners, Snd laid stress on into the Leagu" ot JvaTlons' as'1 m Geneva What surprised the foreign 5tate snen was i matter of fatt so conrcraqd hui in tho volume ol a; in Geneva tie greater should grow 7n Cdnada the estimation of the free government ive'oijoy.'as part of I be Empire but detached from anv inter Terence ia our internal affairs from tlieir cultivation not only in the borne Public Scl rj'anners but In one of Ihe oldest rjublic''schools In England, which be loagi to what are known as the Great :hODls .there is the old motto, maiyth man, and it Is this iplfitjwhlch nnimates anfl is carried away ns an. insplratjon for fu- ture conduct. There- is nothing more pleasing and the central portion or aaj other parti more altracthe than good manners ot it las shomi in a child It tel'a o( a The statement that'; Canada training-and of the-care 'coi'pleteycontrol, of her own bestowed. Nothing :ls gapcears lo mada the foreign i 'more repugnant than an ill mannered I. TODAY'S QUESTIONS What Is' eldest' volunteer force iu Great Britain! 2 How does Canada compare in site to the United Kingdom ,3. How Is tracing paper, prepared? 4. Where is the largest storage dam In the world, which Canada has, situated? 6. What Is a Trade Dollar? 6. did George Washinstfm deliver his famous farewell address! WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Whit was Iho Free Soil? Who invented the Illuminating apparatus In lighthouses now IE use1 3. When Yas the Armistice signed with Turkey? 4. When did the Americans fight for the first ttoe on Belgian soil? 6. When was Paeschendnflp cap- lured by the How did to'the'Turks before itvwasisurrender- ed to General Alleribjr i ANSWERS 1 The name of a political party In tho U. S founded Iu t H6n, Mr. OarveH Deals With PJia Foi'Lowt'r Express Raits on Biead OTTAWA, Dec. H. (Canadian Vrgurr.ent la opposi- tion to'the proposed? 40 per cent. In- crease in "oipreas -rates was heard this morning tty thS' Board o! Railway Mr. -Scott, Jer the National Dairy and other interests, urged that iC'tncreaaeB vere to ha granted by the boird'-Uiey should cot apply to second-class matter, but to .first- class shipments He spoke particu larlv In favor of holding down of the rates'on bread.-cream and Ice cream. ComuUsloner Carvell Wanted, lo know it would advocate such' lore rates oh bread as would UijiJ to drite bakeiriei in tho smaller towns oul ot business Kien at the present pnse the ot slaver) to tne Territories. 2. August Jean. Fresnel, a'celebrat- ed French Physicist. 3. October' 3L 1918- 4. September t-1918, when they captured Voorinareele. 5. November 6. 1917. G. It had been in tho hands of thi TurKs for the period ol 6T3 jear b.kenes can eend make'It difficult for bakeries to do business. Mr.iScottiwas Inclined to think that tUe interests are paramount. He complained ct the present pick-up service given by the express companies, saying that while it :Vlelerioraled on account of- the day agreement it it passed out of their rule by w'tMn the power of the companies to the surrender ot the clt> to General service having it Allcnby on Dec :elf independent ol Greaf egards affairg' statesmen assembled round _lhe coun- cil table of Iho League of Nalions open their eyes iu complete surprise. Even such a well informed paner as the Chicago News carn-s a special from its' represenla- tiva_m Geneva In wnlch it is saldj With' something of great news value, that: "Canada, through the Newton We-Iey Rowell declared herse! Britain'jo regards Just us if the Idea nere born yester day and hid. not been the established relation Great, Britain ind Canada for long years American na share Mhe surprise Ehowd we mil, was the Sowell despatch, then? t on of what Mr only a common place statement "of -what is 'already recognized as between Great Britain' and the Dominions Ihe former has neither the right nor the inclination to Interfere nttaira of this or any other self-governing Do- minion' only prerogative which it may bV sild Crea{ BritaiiTlias It can he counted to he interference, is the'.naming of the representative of the King in the person of the Cover nor-General And m this it may taken aa read that in naming Hie nofainei there'Is (he usual oommmHcation raarle to the Cablncl of-UiB In the event of HXellhood ot any parpen reason'against appomlraeut oftne i named. To Uie statesman ot Europe aunbiphcre 'yonng Canada' In ;chlld. The same thing, applies all the way up, and whatever qualities we may associate with the words' "gen- tleman" "and. carry, with- them Lhe distinguishing feature of good nanners. Good manners are not'only a personal asset .but they may well be regarded to be a commercial They carry- further-than any ..of the; w; boorish attitudes which, for C. N. R. Employees Must Resign Parliamentary Seats Before They Can Get Pack Jobs WINNIPEG, Dec. 15. (Canadian mornin Hon F H Phippen intervened to service cov- ers that portion of the day which will p'rovido'tbe; best service for the great- est number 6Z- people, having regard to train movementr Mr. Scott retdf fed that the. express companies stick to 'the present. hours because 'it own conveni- ence "with. tKe result that the service is more costly 'and less useful to the individual snipper thnn formerly Jlr. Scott tirged. that the board should abide :by- Its decision of last year and decline io grant Ihe increase in commodity for. He also urged 'fav'dra'ole consideration for the fish 'business :pri the ground that while the. revenuo'is decreasing- their costs rrem'ain nigh and government aid in the payiag express rates'has resign their seats ta'.lhe'Manl-t Carvell while 'expreas'ng sym ant ot toha legislature immediately on the Wthy wUh tie business, thought President !l T right to develop any an-i better on The nart or opening of the house any Better on the part of those, who show them, we sometimes Bt as Hanna rcmstate busmes- on the bifels of compelling conle across With "good raiTiners is associated' the men which politeness. only with adult" "but ortha ]n a a'pabhc service conipan) to carry for letter to the co operatic committee cost also with the young ffils ''never falls ont the recent dele 1 nto. Mr' Hanna la's _______ that U could to he appreciated The want of goodjjiejt countenance anv such suggestioii manners more often than not ,pf George Palmer ML A, from Morance and not from inten A B Mcore inten of manners regarded in More Truth Than Poetry BY s. E. LOOK FOR PLEASURE, AND YOU'LL FIND; IT.: wish to thank a cejtaja nian, For iomelhlng that-I owe him; I do his name., nor cat. I ever, wish to know, him. He wears a wig, his nose Is red, It must have cost, him dearly; 1 owe him something, as I've said. Ant] I'll explain it clearly. The car was filled; I saw him smile And try lo win attention Prom one who sat across the A beauty, I may mention. He knees were showed a pair Ot were entrancing; I'found U jifficult, I swear, To keep myself from glancing. How.-pleasea he flabby fop, His poor old, weak eyes blinking! She often let .her glances know what'she was imaxing Ho and wriggled where he sat And pulled himself- together; SlUQk ia-tha ribbon, of his hat t There was a small red feather. He tried to seem a youthful blade, .Possessing youthful notions. And one could see how he had made Much use of dyes and lotions I intght have pitied him, but let Me pass that for the present; To.him I owe a listing .made" niy'.journey pleasant BUT THEY'ARE SCARCE Some men. ar6 sor great; that tiey caa wear whiskers and still make wo- men admire .Uienh NOTHING EXTRA FOR OVERTIME Woman Dekgaie' Pleads For Armenian Women Still in Captivity GENEVA, The 'proposition the duties which heretofore have de- volved upon Holland, under the Inter- opium convention, regulat- PICKED UP IN PASSING F-Q R THE BUST MAN' C. T. Ually wu elected mayor et Walnirrigat Calgarr's'tax tale broatht In 000'of HOOO.OCO tax arrears; Fnncbt J. RamMjr. rtrf. merchant and Qnt oajrcr ot le, Ont., is Reglna carried one-man streot ear and proportional represectatioa by- ing traffic in the was taken up by the assembly at this .moraine's session. The bad been inYestlgktiDg the subject mended that the secretariat, ot the league collect Information from the Interested countries and thin the sub- ject fully' Investigated" by an ad- visory committee. The committee's ''suggestions were adopted by 'the as-ersbly and the sub- ject of "white traffic was taken np, The proposi' Ion's regard (ag trafflc arc that the countries which adhered to the international coBTen tlou ot 3904 be Invited to send dele- gates >U> another intersatibiial confer- ence to be held before the next as- eezrbln that the council a committee to Inyestigate tae. depor tatlon_ of women and children. !u Alia Minor The discussion of this question brought to the platform, for the first time one of the women substitute delegates.. MUe. Heani Forthaiumer of .Denmark, who urged prcHit actipa ase of ooe-man street .car, portional akoUbon of ward system fentared katoon elecitosa Monday. Reirlna elected the following alder men S C Barton, J K McInnlB, A. F.: G. Kobt.' Daw- on. j _ i .'D-- Woodritf, leading Bt Cati- arlnes manafictarer, la dead. He had >eeiivtt' Liberal candidate for ''the boose of commons i say s one of the phllpso- i on behalf of the women who bad been phers Is a stone In the great lem. departed during, Ihe war and atnoe Its pie of life lep, but the trouble Is conclusion She nrged the assembly that we have to leave it as soon as I to send investigators lo Asia Minor we get tho temple finished and appealed to the delegates indlrt dually to prevail upon their several AS FAR AS SHE HAD GONE governments to strengthen their legis Don I sou think children are a nation to suppress the .traffic m wo- great help la keep'ng men and wo- men and children Mile. Forthammer Men from i speaking in excellent hngllah was en Mnvbe they are, she replied ivc thnsiastically i applauded, especially never triea them, but Im almost sure when she pleaded for the Wnl Power, ex-Liberal M.P. for .iMbqp West, prominent lumberman and father ot Capt Chubby Power, UP, is dead. Daniel A. Canaphell, postmaster la h'caxo from 1907 to long- est term ever served bv-any Chicago suddenly of pneu> mania. Alberta Hayora elected Include B. B. Nash. Stettlor; V. E. Portter. Cain- roue; LieuL-Col. J. T. HH1, LJpyd- raloster; J. K Powler, Geo. Olds; saao that a Pekinese isn t any good in that way; NOT DISPOSED TO BE UN- 1 REASONABLE I1.don't1 akk understand. ;To keep trie free, from gloom and grief A steady fall in A .that brief. menmn women still In captivity When resolution? came to, a vote they were unanimous- ly assembly. CARDINAL GIBBONS' tioi 4heir stinjf _ way, and the Inference "armed at is of your orgaci'ations to enter Mr HanD1 _tbe railway co'mpanj permitted mem more often right than wrong This un- the need of the teaching or" good manners -as an educational: qntrement, to apply generally "There Is toe respect tor elders which Is lamentably absent these' the'checking of youth-- ful precocity which is foolishly K- political field nnd still rttan their standing privilege would necessarily have to be extended every "oilier Is. anrep-j resented m >our Organ Nations and to all officers as well i Carrying thia through io iia logical conclusion I pointed out ho )our rep RESCUED .FROMi HELPLESS SCHOONER NEWPORT'NEWS Va, Dec 1C-- .foar-maated two of them Nine s urvlvbrs.- of the schooner HEALTH IMPROVES injured 'reached here today ,t ou the Biiilsh steamer Qocen Eliza B Dec 16 I belh, winch, fescued'them the coast Drop in Prices .HighfstYet Improvement' IrT'the heaWh of Car- dinal Gibbons, who has.been Mcover" ng from a cold and jover work at Urt- ipr Mjil jrotorjoa'eariy, today TOWEDXY6 "PORT BOSTON. Dec. United State? steamer'Westward jTVauieke. which for Itt had stroggled against heavy seas with' herfenglnea dead, was brooght here list nlght-by coast guard-cutters. resentatives that it-; impossi' luld'.he humanly, from Dec Dominion bureau of sUtistlcs irt en the cost T of irea'd for ful precocity which ia foolishly re- impossible to prevent the system from othreaa for the Dominion vn fiardld to'be smart -There 1 IS the] ths month of Ocloher, shows the aver showing of. little courtesies which gynr7 tlfe'ntUr'''168 cost Bour ln to nnt hut iroin n.i. nr i_ have been S12 42 a barrel, an average not only graceful but help consider ruin of in which ably m the amenities ol life A little all tho people of Canada are so vital time spent in our schools ia the Incul ly concerned" _.i, __ Replying to Jlr Hann one dollar a barrel from September prices This decrease in tho cost of Bour'when all in the graces ot Me U- the her riaftis ;of nationhood injected into was as it was I unfamiliar, and tne altllnde tafcen by Vr'Rowell was a lessor to those un acquainted with them ot the I ticmal relations of; the Dominion. What was interpreted to be au oitil- bftlo'n of oourage. on the part of Mr. Rowell was only expression of the spirit ot tie now nationhood at the Dominion by ita BpoVesman 'He' Btirred tne aasemlily lo its furthest corners, we'read. when be: stated that Canada would not allow eren the fcUIesmen of tha Mother Country for whom sho bas so much respect and .affection lo settle problems'for her, POLICY OF DlLLY-DALLY The policy pursued by the Railway Commission ,n regard to an investiga tlon'and decision urged as to tho.dia- crimlnatlou in freight rates as they apply In. Ike .West, with all that It means, a reprehensible one of inac- tion ami delay.' So far os regards de- lay In inquiring Into tho rate inatlon, sensed and .urged, evepr day tolls Its in that there-is not the sllghlcst likelihood ot there being anything In the nature of refund1 of excess rates should what fa now con sldered disproportionate be remedied Every day's delay, therefore, consti- tutes an added ill. The policy pur- employers could. and''Jwoold take slmlhr position we might find piirsclve? in the po of jeing 'represented rn vincial or federal, by no one related to labor. Since this correspondence the sub- ject in dispute has been referred to board of arbitration. anjd much less' would she allow any i sued by the Railway1 Com.mlsslon has fcjiropean league or committee to do This was In regard to report 'assembly proposing lha estab- lishment of three expensive commls- thosn on llnaiics, health, and (rinsportatlon, and the calllns of tbrce more annual contereoces, 'to as Mr. Ho well pointed out, no Canadian .Government would be pre- pared to send first-class mea 'as dol> gates when such men had Important dtities at home. Falling to send these rben, tho siatesrnen of Koropa, who Tfbiild ho. on tho. spot, would control tieae conferdri'cAS. -J'Tho report o( what took placo in deneva says It was a remarkable this Canadian stalesirian i the Torpn- 'to', Edmonton, Jloijtreal.'' Hamilton, BOYS' SNOW HOUSE COLLAPSES, 2 SMOTHERED an atiack 6n the Old World. A. J. -lialionr and H. A. Fisher, delegates for Great BrftaJc, sat up to listen. -Keno Vlvlanl, wto was Prime Mlnisler 'JW franco vrncn the war began, leaned .ferwafcl on hla rirprlt the" ot Iho the spirit of.a Nero Dddljug whllo a Homo Is burning, A fault with many of our public bodies ia the attitude taken that they are instltulcd for tbe public to con- sider, and not tbat they are what they are In order to consider tho public. This spirit wiien shown does not con- duce towards confidence and respect for such bodies. The sooner the Idea la sensed that the creation of Iheso commissions Is the particular convenience and needs of officials but for the convenience and needs of tho General public, the better will these bodies function, tired ot walling on the Railway Commission, the Winnipeg Board 'of Tracle is making an appeal unto Caesar, In ashing the Federal Govern- ment n act In the mailer of tho freight rales. In tMa it Is Joined by- Ihe local Board of Trade and other associations. H 'becomes matter for the Government to give close hcod to whaHs desired, in. thai MONTREAL, Dec. Brim- C3u' and Angela Chevritr, 14 and 13 years old respectively of St, Pierre, were last niQh.t smoth- ered to death when thi snow house in which they were .collnpsed, them be- neath It. Bruncau's eldest brboth; er while looking about a vacarit lot near his home, ,sav> a leg pro- jecting from the snow, lending him tol the discovery of his 'brother's dead body and that of his companion. SIXTY YEARS OLD; SUICIDES SPERLING, Man., Dec. H Mllllchamp, fiO-yeara old, posttmaslei of this town for 12 year's, died yester- day afternoon as (he result of a bul- let wound In the licad, thought to hate boon self-Inflicted. He was found on a road near lown yesterday morn- ing In a dying condition with a re- volver grasped in his hanj; A number of the bakers throughout the Dominion haie lowered the price of bread iu 'Ina with "ovember flonr rrices l.ic.'.igli s1 ill lower rates may be expected on the present basis of Hour costs. of Bermuda With salls'gone and pro- visions almost exhausted the schooner wag helpless In a sea so heavy that the rescifo accomplished with rope i and barrel arrangexnenu vesel was fifty days out of a S port. The NAVAL. BALLOON MISSING NEW T6RK Dec 15 fate of the naval bfiHoon wnich Point-for Canada late'Monday with three passengers was still uncertain: early todays Last night It FARMER KILLED PORTAGE KA PRAIRIE, Dec. John Utrlch, 21 old, employed 'Hie side 6t Fork mountsin, near" Wells bn a farrn near here was killed T The object of the flight was ti terdav while operating a chopping make'a study ot air tbe machine when his coat became en party expecting to tie carried over1 tangled'in the'flywh'eel.of the englne..the Great Lakes and inW-Canada'. H. a Bredln, Has- Four ranging I from one 'to six were bvraed to death near Winner, N.D.Tnslr pir- ents, Mr. Mrs. John Schurmann, were badly burned that it Is be- lieved they wO! not recofer. a, homesteader, Mont., was'.burned- to death' In 'his cabin after, a 'posse had set fire, to It following an-aU-nlght r] fl e battle.' Lampson had B hot I a sheriff who had gone to arrest for suspected insanity. Captain H. Dobson Pococi, of -Wind- sor wlib served overseas aa cnapialn has accepted the paEtorate ot tine of Lhe .large Episcopal churches at Mex- ico City Before gotes to France he was rector of St. Stephen's church In Sandwicii South. 'While most Michigan automobile plants. have greatly curtailed produc- tion within the last three months in dlcatkios are that r the factories will start :Iacriumg production" next b A metnorial coelmg erected to the memory o' all animals tost in the war, including Canadian and Am encao horseSr and even to mice and small; birds used hi detection ot-pois- onons gases, will be erected in the West End 'of London. The; Royal So- ciety, for Prevention of. Cruelty to "Ani- mals in which is CLUIJ' Luutijg LAUI. ziiKiik 41. iv maiE in DriLaiD wnicii u rorteil tbe balloon had Bncport of idej. announced that Hnbscriptidn Ia Canada through news papers and will be asXul American societies are Inaugurating; i similar movement Stares the.'-United NEW YORKERS PAY ONLY FIFTY PER CENT. OF TAXES NEW YOHK, Dec. New York yesterday was a disappoint- ment. It was announced at midnight by Collector Edwards, 'fhere. was about JHO.COO.OMi due In federal (area lorfay and 11 was that alniit would .be palil. tlnslead collections Hfo :between siity anil sevetily millions; .The payment made here yesterday' was FUNERAL OF LATE LIEUT. GOVERNOR OF B C. VICTORIA Dei- the ic coinpanimeiit of Inipressiye lal arid :with full iriaHary honors, the remalnif of the nor, Hon. Edward Gwaler.Prior, were laid at rest in tho fnrnily :plot in Host Bay cemetery this afternoon Repre- senlatlves ot thejiaidary the Do- minion and prov.ia'clal the consulates, navjtV -and '.military forces, .civic bodies; returned soldier organizations, fraternal Societies and the general .public Joined In "tho cor- tege.- The Blsliop of Columbia, assisted by reprcsenlatives of the Anglican clergy, officiated at tho fcimplo ser- vice fit Christ church cathedral anil at the gr.ive. Immediately atlcr the pomnillal ser- vice a f.nltito of fifteen guns was fired from the esplanade at Rosa Bay. LOOKS L'IKE TO- EXPRESS l.hc ,llpn of Iho-'dlSirlmic.-itlon cf.'talc.s 16 Is a keen of Bustled that goes-wiUi jnddo." Dec. IC.i-The p.N'.K. ex- press from Ijallfax, irttie at Levls at 2 p.m. was two liouts late'yestertlay, having been hold up at Monlmagny lo obstructions VbKirg placed across the track. .Testigating. Tho p'oilce arc in- JOBS AT PREMUUM IN'iPHJLADELPHIA 18-'-A rdn- lljyd for 23 min gc crowd resporid- police' b'a'd.lo bn BilmrtSncd tn'ijulnlfiiii cftiler. ApjiH- cn.its for worked wetrf to c.ill at a.m. buf M '4 .o'clock. tractlng-Urm y. gather sw. EACH yeai the trend of Christmas givingris more toward the practical, common-sense things, which last into the years lather than but a day, and this tendency has brought PIANOS and PHONOGRAPHS frontxas the really, i H Ideal Christmas Gifts '4 5 t So year, let your pft be the practical, durable that will give enjoyment and benefit to every member of the 'family. "6fe Here you -will fincf a complete .stock 'of, :RISCH Pianos, Player-Piarios and in all sizes, encased in rich natural W'KlSCH fnst'nf- rnents have many exciusivc features that assure you that the instruiMent you buy. to-day will give service to your.children during their life-time. A moderate payment down will place a beautiful Piano, Player-Piano or Phono- in if or Christmas. ouwill en joy having a demonstration of the Mason Risch instruments and we: will enjoy fully explaining its many merits. Conic in sp.oh--Iearn the wonderful wealth of'en- tertainment embodied in one'of these perfect Pianos, Play- er-Pianos and Phonographs, Learn of the convenient terms Avhkh ,cah be arranged for purchaser' liartj IGtmttf BALMORAL BtOCK .'V LETHBRIDGB ;