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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCKMHKU 17, Till' DAILY JIKPALD. PAGE MM', TWO INTERESTING BIBLES Jielhotl of Arriving at Solution of 1'robhm Kxpltiinetl in Simple BOSTON.- Tlip weighs ions. The Mac-- Institute of Technology I'c'l'arttretit cif I'liyuic.i. headed by i'rof. K, IVjrr, la authority for tlio asst-rtloii. Iho expert hiving just inutlo Jcflnotlon for the ctiHghteu- jiinit of his bludcnts. At M. 1. T. Ihcy attached iwo sii'iill spheres weighed to' the tncl nt a short roil. The spheres were lhal is, they 11Ughi ho swayed In tllrccUou, were huns threads niiiiU) oi quart? drawn lo a Uvcirtli of a human hMr. The In- vr'sii gators next brought iota ths jiii'xtmlly o.' these halls two oiher largo Ecad balls weighing alioat ten pounds each. Tliu load be- of ihcir superior weight, inv iia-il lately made (heir presence felt! JIJHJII tijc smaller ones. The latlcr moved aiiiirediibly Iroin (ho former: position. Tlic force (tint Ilita was but ciiual to the weight uf a of Ini- hair of an inch iHlfilll. Tim rrofedaoT knew the weight of ISic hangm? end of the leaden bull; Iv bad the force which I end i'n lull's exercised over On; MiajiumU'd ones, lie u[ courao. ilio IIOWIT of the earth's attraction jificrn tlie leaden which is weight. The mailer of ascer- liilnfiiK the earth's weight tiieu win simply a iiruhlc'tn lu '1'jn. EIGHT EAGLES'COME TO QUEBEC TO WINTER CANADA COMPLIMENTS TYRWKITT SEE VOUHEEUVrS AS OTHER YOU Ki.itUsr of the llorj'ii: boy v.-aa waiting at t'ighl thirty. I had j-roiuisc-l meet I at Dim1. A vnntK-j was on, So was tu I be the prtia and IK- h. the Toronto Globe.) have a vivid nad athoir of the dashing PJE- i pio'.ts o( Cocj.ji-ntitir (now Admiral) j Tyrvrhlli (luring the war. Tyrv.-Lilt was In thy thick of several inc-nta as the Commander of dpstrDy- er flotillas. Ills flagship, which earned. i the name t-t the "Saucy names on two Ihc focus of German in tither BHe of a In enemy ficd. In 1915 toriH-viocd anil sank th? German armored or miser Blucher, which hid raided th? English coast. Tyrwhttt's gallant ship iras mined and (Jeslrr-yod on February 14. 1910, with the '.oss of eleven men. Hut ihe Hr? It; the AjmKlj of the "rltiah navy, and Canada also lua com- in emorat her tied her brilliant by conferring their Arethusa I ing the tritntp. Admiral Tyrwhitt v.role to tho of th.f> Geo- graphic: KoarJ of Canada, eayingi "It is an honor 1 or-ver expected aad fhall forget." Tyrwhitt anil A re thus a ars names fur atl time v.-jll slantf IQ Ona-Ja high indeed! of I le In Uio llterart L'i'per ptcluro shows the smallest hible in Ihc world resting on another bible. H Is an inch ami n hatt long and an incli wide anil not. half an Such iliirk. is seen a Wcsltyan lible of the Olil type r-nd wood-cut school. ing .wcro having a busy lime In secur- ijuartcr-s in ihetiarbor lor the vcs- FOSTER ITALIAN COLONIES ROMID, Dec. Italian colon. t Twolvu r. v.'hu real to give tLe cltij me tiling worth j a lid musical h Lyci'uri! course for tickets are being j sffioul students kindly contented Uiolp ivlih the tU-k-H sals in order i the tourso might hw Biiccessful. The men offertd a to the Ftuileul selling ilu- mast The boy anil I started otit nine o'clock. The firrt we approach- ed was stKiiding on aireet. "Don't tu jihu'jr he said iruffly. llo turiK'il >.m bin heel mid ivas gone. A tatlirr start. "Never mind 1 xaid, "They aren't all lifce that." Thn manager o! ihe dry goods fitorc was polite aod bought Mckot. The murder of thc harness store did not expect to bo town so dlcl not buy. At tho book sVoro we wore abruptly dismissed. Our epSrits were low after Laving tusiuess Einrss without success. We a hardware atore. How graci- ously we wore ushered in. "Ooud inorniuj; what can I do for want to tell you Lyceum ticket." The sciiilo loll man's fate, Le was no longer tbe polite, solicitor for trade; we wer? refused. On leaving the tture tUa lad said, had expected lo buy a pair of skates heic this afternoon, but I won't now." We neit visited a clolhlng styre. gfcj ihe buttle nuar lu Mountains In about latitude 50 ll'H, and to fljfht wltli ihe flegreea 38 minutes, and. longtitu-le RICKEY SIGNS WITH SEATTLE VAN'COUVKIt. Hec. the wol! I-uiown tlofcnee hockey pltyer of the St-atUo tt-am last season, has turned down the offer of the Toronto the Rocky j train to In the east this year and has signed with Settle. an announcement, from j only gun not disabled sels. nnri sotnfi dlftlculty wai ciper- institute Is promoting an organiza- ienceiJ here, owing to the ice. which in Koine lo reitrcaent tbc is beginning lo jam. The arrival of [colonies. It Is repurtEj that delegates American ships, which, together others of Iheir lype, are ing in Quebec, mean thai there QUEBEC.-MH more American be Jft Qf American shipyards, and will stay hero all wlnt- caring to Ukc the chtinro of Jobn Irwln. 11 'moulder, aged fifty- n v.-iinter (rip 10 the Boston navy five, of Hrockville, dropped dead on yards. This morning the harbor of fie- his way to work. are electee! by tho colonies lo discuss needs, complaints, anil aspirations of The clerk opened the door find as he aaiu, "gout! mnrnlng." And ho dtd not tose smilo either as we informed him we- had not come to buy hut lo sell, lie- bought a ticket St. Jobn, N.H., police are being re- organised so that they will work on eight instead of twelve-hour shifts. The Greatest Name Goody-Land RIGLEYS, PERFECT GUM WRIG LEY'S f FRilll CHEWING GUM T Italians'abroad ami present reports clcrk- Why resolutions to the eorortiinenL or par- J'lvited us back, aayjug that perhaps liament Inter In ihe afternoon TVC coulrl sell "_________________. j two niore there, they even suggested possible customer. After leaving Lhe store Iho hoy remarked, "I liked Ihom, didn't you? That's where I am golnV to buy my next suit of clothes." A lawyer we visited said, "my esplatu your proposition and of your program-fine, I'll lafce two my chyek, anil good mornEng." His frlenographor called out as wo pasEetl through. "I'd buy one son bul I have promised to get one from my little sister." Another lawyer ufler bavins listen- ed to what we had to say t-ald, well my hoy, 1 can't bdy a ticket thia morn Ing but I wish you success." Ho rtldn'i buy a ticket Uiot is true but we mind so mtichi for we l3fl him smll Ing and we were smiling too. Alter all those smiles wcrs worth mnrt than the ticket. The gentleman in ihe land offld liext door said, "yes 1 want Iwo, eal around tills afternoon sou anrl 1 vfil pay for forget nil for I want two." Why Ihe boy fairl; earned ?s we left-and 1 felt goofl too We thnn visited a dentist. Whet uinmoned by his office boy, he gruff r yet rather peevishly called out Well, who it, and what do thej vant We didn't trait; i wasn't worth our while. Thc manager of ono of the batik ;aid; "I'm sorry, but' you're toi ate, our stuff have all purchase! Ickots. Good and he ed as ho dosed Ihe door after us. thc banker rest I rot yes (very mpatienUy) I know the business men i guaranteed this I they might that's .heir business not mine, 1 can't help :heir He couldn't he both- woro: rudely brushed ssiilo as he advanced to greet a prospective customer. don't like him" vehemently said tlio boy. And that dislike will prob- ily remain with him always. My frSendE. if you are wise you will cultivate the art.'of kindness. Kind- ness lightens our burdens, brightens our days and adds to our livos. Eveii though may not always agree Ihc proposed proposition we can ,t'least bfi respectful and kind. And after nil in not the admission and re- sjicct of a young; latl worth the smile and gentle word it takes it? l.ctbe Coleman, For the Xmas Spirit LEFT GIRL TO EAT ALONE HI CHEWING GUM SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT (New York Correspondent.) Siik'3lepplns Ihe payment of a din- ner check In all its phases and cir- tumf lesions lias puzzled the brains in the Kaling Bell. Every trick has hcen So many men take chance acquaintances to dinner, and when they the check mounting Into bER when ihey know tho queen is issctl to prunes and hash they try lo dodge. That is Hroadway To make a big play and then fizzle at the climax, The real man wo face Ihc tiling like a gentleman. A Hashy yourig man fell in step with a young 1'ady hi fur trinimci kcss in Times Square Ihc other day took her lo au expensive c Ho hnd just in his clothca. She ordered about 111 worth oil the can the firsl crack. Kxcusing himself Lhe young man walked out past lh" hat clieck bareheaded into thi street. Going lo a nearby hat store hi bought a new and skipped home LOAD UP LEGISLATURE WITH 'PEG ALDERMEN of the local alder men li.ts an ambitious scheme t place a perccnlagn of the city conlro (n the provincial '.egtalalure. Ho say lhat Winnipeg, with 60 percent ot th population of Manitoba, IK entitled t more than 12 perc6nl representatlo In thc legfslaturd and will more lha flic clly he given M mcmlicrs ther Jlo WADU Ihc night me in hers to consist of Ihc mayor of Ih rily and an Alderman from ear ward, IliP latter to b" appointed by th city council, lie ndds lhat thlj boil should only vole on legislation affec te'f tho interests ot Ihc itself. USIC is the life and soul of ike Christmas party. The jolly crowd leaves the remnants of the festive turkey and plum pudding and gathers round the alkecord Brunswck prepared to listen to 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 will play EVERY make of record CORRECTLY. This versatility of the Brunswick is due to the new Brunswick Method of Reproduction This by and exclusive to the Brunswick contains these two fundamentally different features: The All-Record, All-Needle Ultona is NOT an and it plays any make or type of record without taking anything off or putting anything on. A twist of the it is ready for anything. No needles to change. And it plays every record CORRECTLY, with just the right needle, just the right weight, and describing just the right arc across the record. And it makes youi- needle type records last much longer. Since the Brunswick came with this wonderful invention, notice how they all say, "Plays all records." Just you see how they do come, investigate the 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 it And ypt'no one made a round Wood horn more than that, 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 ANY Because it is all wood-built like a violin. Order Your Xmas Brunswick Now There's going lo be a shortage of Brunswick's this Christmas. It's great superiority, has built up a tremendous demand from Music lovers everywhere. So get your order into your Brunswick dealers NOW and thus be sure of'having lots of good music pour ALL your favourite records on Christmas day. The Brunswick, with all its many better- ments, costs no more than ordinary phono- graphs. Prices range frorn to model to suit every pocket book. Select YOUR Brunswick TONIGHT, J. a ROBERTSON CO. Lethbridge Hotel Building THE MUSICAL MERCHANDISE SALES COMPANY Sole Canadian Portage Ave, E., Winnipeg. ;