Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
NYKDXKSDAY, DKCKMUKH 17, 1010 TIH' I.KTMIJUIIKir DAILY PAGE TWO INTERESTING BIBLES Method of Arriving at Solution of 1'robhin KxpluincU in Simple language TIic weighs rCii.POa.tiiO.OCfl.OOn.OOu ions. The MLB- Fiu-1 -.ipctis Instiiulf of Technology Hciiarttcetil uf Loaded by 1'rof. i: IVjrr, Is suthorlly for (do assi-rtlon. Ififl tirpert having just inailo deduction for ihe c-tillghtcii- Jiirin of hla bluilcnts. A( M. l T. Ihcy ntt-drhcd iwo KJi'nll syliereB t-j" the und nf a fluirt roil. The spheres were lhal is, they might he swayed In nny direction, were liuus from (hn-als niiirto ui quirU drauu (o a of J JIIIIIHIII hnlr. The In vr-M juniors neit brought loin ths jiii'xlmlly o' these hnlli hvp oihor larse lead balls weighing alioul ten pouti'Jj Tlit be- cause of llicir suficrinr wuijflit, lin- ii'.i-d lately made iheir present fell lije smaller ones. The latter moved iiiiiirci-iiibly from the fonuor Position. 'I'lic force thai did I his wiis Inn niual lo I ho we! pi it of a bli of hu- man hair l-K'U.OOOlh of :ili inch in iHifilll. Tlib Professor kuc-w the of end of ihc leaden hall; d the force which a-lui Inills cicrcidcd orer tin: s'lspemUd ones, liu knew. u[ caurao. i lie IIO'.VIT of the earth's atuaclion itfit-n tlio Ica'Jeii 1 icli (s tlieir it-eight. The matter of asccr- li'.lntnK the earth's weight then win a iirublom I LI 'Ion. People's Forum SEE VOUHEEUVrD AS OTHER YOJ CANADA COMPLIMENTS TYRWHITT (From ihe Toronto fllohe.) hive a vivid und atlmir- ot llio dashlne d- A'lmlnli boy W3 tlilily. I haJ fitaa al nim-. A vnnLK-i be the prlio iin.l IK- Tvcivu buslr.cMi i. v.-hy tire publl-: louj loulie IIP .-tmK-Liiing worth Tyrv.hHi as or. So was I'.. CQrte'l g at .ognl as Ibc CommaDclc.- ol mt-ci Ilia ,he nlmc [hr, -s Arethusa.' ,is lhc Oerluan ln r. u! Ihe b.iltiu ntar HcllfjulinJ In iiitcil iiu-n. mix j l'.'M, and rtinlauc'l lo OKht wliti ihe I [only gun disabled uacll In Uio literary ecetny TcJ. In 1915 itie Arerhusa lorittdGcdi anil sani; ihp German armorod cruder ULucher, which, haj itMed the Kuyllsh coast. Tyra-hll t's gallant ship TT.-.S inlaed desirr.vcd on February 14. 1911, with ibs '.oss of eleven men. IJut she Hro in [he ajjiiRla ol ths Hrl'.lah iiiv.v, and Canada also tug com- iiK-niorat'jtl tied her brilliant ('ccimr.uder by cnnlcnln? tbi-Ir names on two peaXa on tither EMe of a In the Rocky .MouDlElna ID atjoul latitude 50 degrees 38 minutes, and. longtHu'le 114 dogrcos 5S cntaules. AckoowIeJg- ing thu irilme. Admiral Tyrwhht v.rule to eei-ri-tirf of Geo- graphic of Canada eaylng: "It is an honor 1 never expected. :i-jd fhall forpet." and AreUmsa nunes tb.it fur all lima v.'ill slana In OnarJa high Indeed! RICKEY SIGNS WITH SEATTLE VAN'COUVKIl. Ilk-key the wdll known defense hoc-toy pltyer i of tlie Seattle it-am last season, has I turned down the offer of the Toronto roam to play In ihe ras', ihta year and i has signed with accord log to I an announcement, from today. 'n'Pr picture shows the smallest hiblc In the world on anolhtr Ii f.s an Jnch ntirl n half locg and an Inch wl'Io ami nnL hair an Inch is seen a Wcsltjau liblc o[ Ihe Old lype pud wood-cut B -were having a busy lime In sccur- in Uieliarbor lor the vcs- FOSTER ITALIAN COLONIES Dec. Italian colon- EIGHT EAGLES COME TO QUEHEC TO WINTER sels. nnrt some difficulty wai eipcr- iDstJiute Is promoting an organlia. lonecd here, owing lo ihe ice, which jlldll (0 represent tbc Kalian is bPfiinnlnc 10 Jam. The nrrlval Jt rcriortcJ that delegates thn American which, together Ure elected by tho colonies lo ,-A-Hi] others of Iheir type, are stay- neeils, complaints, nnil asiilratinna of ._ n abroad ;mil iircseiu rep DP Is or rcsolutions to the covcminent or j liametit. ing in Quebec, TV 111 mean lhal there vi il] be a large number of American Bailors in the clly all n-lnl iLi.'ilil more American i! filmy era ol ino Kaglo lype arrived in nor; lust nigh I from tho DclroiL __________________ fjilpyards, ami will at.iy hero all wlnt-J tT. iLol caring to take the chanro of I John Invin. u 'moulder, agctl fifly- ri v.-iliter trip lo the Boston navy five, of Hrockvllle, dropped dead on yards- This morning ihc harbor olfic- his ivay to ivork. St. John, N.1V, police are being re- organized so that Lhey ivlll ivork on eight, instead of twelve-hour shirts. The Greatest Name In Goody-Land PERFECT CUM srliotil students kluOly contented [o help ivllh the iale In order ilot [lie coursa inishi IJH The mfcn off ere- 3 a prize 10 the Fluileul fcellins ihi- mast iiokoti. The hoy anil I sturn-J out .11 nine o'clock, 'i'lit (irri mv.ti we ed was fiiEiidintf on aireet. "Don't alk to he said iruHly. Ho tunu-J un hvul mid was goiife. A tailirr smrl. "N'cvor mind 1 i-aid, They aren't all llfce Lbat." Thn nianagEr o! ihe !itorc was pollta oad bought The mnnaEer of ihe harness store did not cxpcot to Lo in lown so did not buy. At tho hook sioro we wore abruptly dlrtnissM. Our eplrlts were low after Living Ylplleil tusiuess (inns wjihout success. red fl hnMware ilore. How graci- ously wo were ushered In. "Ooud morniuj! what can I do for "We want to soil yon a Lyceum llcket." The amilo left '-be man's face, he was no longer tbe polite, soliciior for irade; wu wer? refused. On leaving ilore lUe lad said, "L expected lo huy a pair of ihalea hcic this afternoon, but I woa'l We next a clotting atyre. Ttie clerk opened the door ftnd emlled as he aaij, "gootl mnrnlng." Ami ho did not toae stnilo eillier as we informed him we- had not come to ljuy hut lo sell, lie bought a tlchel 15 did lhc lady clerk. Why Ihey even nvited tis bach, saying that perhapa Inter In the we could sell two more (here, they even sugsestcd a possible cusfomrr. Atler leaving Hie ?tore lhc hoy remarked, "1 liked them, dldn'l you1? That's where I am EolnV to buy my IIRXI suit o( clalhes." A lawyer we visited said, "my foil erplatu your proposldon and till pi? of your program-fine, I'll lake two my cheek, anJ good mornEng." His, Blenogranher called out as we passed through. "I'd buy one son bul have lo get one froia my liltle sister." Another lawyer utter having listen- ed to what wo had lo say Enid, welt mr 1 cnn't bdy s ticket this morn Ing but I wish you success." Ho rtldn't buy a UckeL Uiat ia true but we didn't mind an much, for we l3ll him smil- ing and we were emlllng loo. Alter all Ihoee smiles wcrs worth mnrft than the ticket. Tho gentleman In the land office uexl door said, ''yes 1 want ITVO, call around this afLenioon eon and 1 pay you for don't forgel mo Tor I want Iwo." Why Ihe boy fairly beamed PE wo left-ami 1 (ell good too. We tbr.n visited n When summoned by hig office boy, he gruff- WRIGLEYS "7 FRUITS CHEWING CHEWING GLIM SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT y yet ralher called out, For the Xmas Spirit D 'Well, who IB it, and what do Ihey want We didn't "wait; it wasn't worth our while. Tlic manager ol ono ot the banks said; "I'm sorry, but' you're too [ate, our staff nil purchaecd llckcls. Good m'onmiK." and he smlU ed as he Ihe door alter us. l-Yoin tbc banker rest I rot yes (very ijiipatienlly) I know Ihfi business men Ijr.ve fiuaranleed ihia in I -callzc they might that's ihcir business not mine, I can't help their He couldn't he both- wcro: rudely brushed aside is he advanced lo greet a prospective customer. "I don't like him" vehemently said Urn boy. And that dislike will prob- alily remain with him always. My IrSendE. if-you are wise you will cnltlvala the art-of kindness. Kind- ness lightens our burdens, brightens our days and adds Joy to our lives. Even though we may not always agree lhc proposed proposition we can at "least raspeclful and kind. And after all i-j not (ho admission and re- sjiceL of a young lad worth HID smile and guntlc word H lakes too-vSn it? I.ethe Colcman. LEFT GIRL TO EAT ALONE (N'ew York ('orrcspondcnl.) ldtgteiipInK Ihe payment o[ a din- ner check In all Its phases and clr- tuiiifloxinns lias lhc in Ihc Eating Bell. Everj trick lias hccn So many men take chance acquaintances lo dinner, and when lliey the check mounting Into hlR Ihcy knon tho Onecn la used to prunea nntl they [ry lo dndge. That is Hroadway To make a ME play and then lizzie al Iho climaj. The real man would Tnce Ihc tiling like a Kcnllcman. A flashy fOUDR man fell In step will] n young lady In n tur trimmed rlrcss in Times S'luare Ihc oilier day anil look lo an expensive c. Flo had Just In his clothes. She ordered about 111 worth ol( Ihe'canl nt tlic firsl crack. Kxciuing himself, Hie vnniig ivalked out pasl hat check bJrchesded Inlo tho street. GoinK lo a nearby hat sloro he lioughl a new and skipped liome. LOAD UP LEGISLATURE WITH 'PEO ALDERMEN ot the locsl alder men has an nmhltloiis scncme tc place n pcrccnlage of Ihc clly conlro In Ihe provincial legislature, lie ears lhat Winnipeg, with 60 percent ot the population ot Manitoba, Is enlllled (o more lhan 12 percent representation In the legfslalurg and ivlll more lhat tlic dly he gircn II mcmhcrs there Ilo wants Iho adrlilfonal eight mem hers to consisl ot lhc mayor o[ Ihe trily anil an Alderman from each ward, Hie Jailor to bn anpnliird by (ho I'-ity ronncll. lie ndds lhal thll bod> should nmr vole on Icgialntlon affccl tot Iho inleresls ol Iho itselt. LfSIC is the life and soul of the Christmas party. The jolly crowd leaves the remnants of the festive turkey and plum pudding and gathers round the all-record Brunswck prepared to listen lo and revel in the strains of joyous music. And with the Brunswick the field of choice is dances, carols, band, that anybody wants. Because the Brunswick, without taking anything off or anything on play EVERY make of record CORRECTLY. This versatility o( the Brunswick is due lo the new Brunswick Method of Reproduction This by and exclusive lo lhc Brunswick contains these two fundamentally different features: The All-Record, All-Needle Ultona is NOT an attachment and it plays any make or lype of record without taking anything off or putting anything on. A twist of the il is ready fov anything. No needles lo change. And it plays every record CORRECTLY, with just the right needle, just the right weight, and describing jusl the right arc across liie record. And il makes youi' needle lype records last much longer. Since the Brunswick came svith this wonderful invention, notice hovv they all say, "Plays all records." Just you see how ihey do come, investigate ihe ULTONA. The "Round" All-Wood Horn Artists sing INTO a round horn, and the Brunswick sends it OUT in a round horn. That's a simple "secret" isn't il And one hastf-ver made a round Wood horn more than lhal, no one else ever will, because this is one of the exclusive patented features of the Brunswick. This one feature alone is responsible for much of the Brunswick's wonderful TONE. It makes every good record ANY Because it is all wood-built like a violin. Order Your Xrnas Brunswick Now There's going lo be a shortage of Brunswick's this Chrislmas. It's great superiority, has built up a tremendous demand from Music lovers everywhere. So get your order into your Brunswick dealers and thus be sure of'having lots of good music pour ALL your favourite records on Christmas day. i The Brunswick, with all its many beller- ments, costs no more than ordinary phono- graphs. Prices range from to model lo suit every pocket book. Select YOUR Brunswick TONIGHT. J. a ROBERTSON CO. Lethbridge Hotel Buildtn? THE MUSICAL MERCHANDISE SALES COMPANY Sole Canadian Portage Ave. E., Winnipeg.