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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF. FOTIR TIIF, i.i-rnmmnGF. DAH.Y HERALD WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 17, t019 She letbbrtboe ifoevalfc l t and PubSiiherj THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIM1TSO itt South, Llthbrldse W. A. Frealdent and Uirectcr Jshn Tcrrance UusinoJS TELEPHONES Butlniu Office UKgrjal Office whereby iwiucililns lw [or future when "n where. .as in the case tesi-lier.'. there Is r.o'l'.ir.E in the way i'tnsioiis provided tor. K ibere uo such as fuv i education. awrjgo indivttal would have to 1'J.v a very mow thin he Is doing .a r time the ct bis drtr. In I'dcoaU.ra is froe. in lie sense '.hit there arj rejulsr tcioo! fres. Its v.ilne shi'i'llj not alicounted by I'Ol'cy ef j tins I The efflMncy et any business iL the Bishop o! Toronto sold (or a consideration ol for the removal of their rec- Edward McCarthy to Jolyl lor. Her. H. AslwTofl, whu has bocn vfbo will continue lo operate it a. Ihero lor over twenty years. Increased tbe Eilary ct ol Its school teachers. Audit Bureau of Circulations SubicrlpHon Dally, delivered, par week delivered, P" year by mall, per year Wee'klv, br lustl. per yeir If, by rnsll, per year to Our i.Kvn COALDALE. Doe. will on Friday neil I'ef. 19th. There will be eioMiiS exercises in the after- HUM, and in iha evening Ihe annual CUristuins Tree will to celci'rlte.5. There, Kill .1 aw! arracsemeuta baro lecn made with Siala USES tn come earlier Ilia; Fred a former resident o! Oranbrooi, died in. Vuacouvcr. Chairman of Kescarch Council Siiys That 'a the Itcason Alberta Lost the Muni- loba Mai-ket OTTAWA. Dor. 15 Uev Jas Malhowa, a jupc-nnnust- Mctlio-JUi minister, died in Toronto at tho age ot 81 years. James Cameron, o! Gleicheri, will become manager ot Iho iiank of Com- vuerie at Swift Current. Gait Board of Kducatlc.n bas ad- vanced the talary of every teacbsr and employe for U'20. K. X. Pupins. former recorder of Montreal and M.L..A. for ChuteaugiuiT couuty. died at Montreal. Martin Morrison, a resident of the 1'i'rtago LA Prairie district slue ISsiS is dead. Mrs. Win." Kitsou. a siller of Mrs. Jan. Hp.rgreave, of Medicine llai, dleil at Portage Pr-.drlo. John lluey, l.ambtou County Council, was presented with ned Is't g at tinal IblD meetlne ol ed trow the- lignite utilization board by the research council ol Camilla in o' 'eiche.-s such that the The Siuplre Flour Mills Co- Bleu- holm, h'avo sold out to Ruther- Inveslisatiort and slandardiiation ol The School Board In our e? ua I known that lots more would have- po'.i'.-y; ruted freezing in order to hear Car- the coals ot western Canada will ndertaken by n fuel research board. ias passed on a truly economic J. A. Bailee, assistant principal appointed by Ihe council at its meet woman in ScolUnd has been par- ..IS on her husband's lifa Insurance policy. Hecently sho learn- ed he died 17 years ago Sherixls vllle, Ohio. The f-o.rtu Dakota house of repre- sentatives' passed the senate's concur- rent resolution requesting the rei.s nutlou ot Altornej'-Geiieral Uuger, who. It is alleged, has beeu hostile to tho preaeat non-partlsai loaguo administration. The botly ot Mary Wilson, tlrst of John. Wilson, nu ei-constable ot the R.C.M.P., wab found by the prorlncla! police ono and a halt mllei from WaldUelm. Sask.. beside Iho epol where Wilson's auto was burned. Wilcon recently was arrested on charge of attempted suicide mail after ho bad confessed to tho ponce that he had married Jessie Patter son, of lllaino Lake, Sask.. one dai after his first had died on th! Irail from Saskatoon lo Hlalue Lake Dates ol eiplry ot subscription ap- tiaily on address label. Acccp'- uce of papers altsr eipiration dsis "our authority to continue tie sub- UN10N GOVERNMENT JTS PAST AND IT3 HJTURE Union Government has been much criticized, but history, when it calmly nod coolly dissects its record, will It for some ot the very best icblevcmenU of any government Canada has had. Union Government was created for a distinct purpos the winning oci SSO.OO us n W the real truth has teen set forth io- he digestion or that class who con- sider themselves in a higher cate- To Farmers Who may have Vegetables, Dressed Poultry, Veals, Small Hojs, Beef and Pork, Eggs or Butter for Sale. need all this and will pay the right price for sanio. SILVER GRILL N.H.MURRAY MANAGER Department of Education is Re- quested to Distribute Same in Alberta i n 11 s United States that Is endeavor- 1 i; the guarantors are go- s ing to create sospicion and distrust ing lo [ree. The other two Ly- of'fireat Bfitain'j: Ute1- put; proper j ceum progiammea will bo preBcnteil Taluo on Britain, and its par. in in March. One Is a. purely musical t m ch o( ,he coal I, IBCl Itlai mui-u of excellent heat and keeping quality. world atlalrs when il aaj-3 .That is what It comes to when cbeera go up as the Prince of Wales goes by. And lor people who say "Yes, IhU It a ntce young man. erenins given by "Tna OldfashiotiedJ Girls Quartette'' ana lha otber a lec- ture by the great humorist Joel I. Eastman. Tickets may in the. ineaii-j time be procured from Mr. Bosom-1 worth at Ihe parsonage, who Is acting tible tor no other reason than that the 'tariff is bound to Union Government must take, a 'stand on. .tho; tarlK .andi-irhen 'It if. it iniTsl eipcct 'to be out of. agreement icith certain ot its present followers. The grain grower from the West and tbe protectionist manu- facturers ol the East cannot mil In one iiur'ij. Unionist party, il such should become a permanency. (jf largely a protectionist pari: there are hard heads and hard hearts! secretary ot ihe committee. As the, and mighty greedy hands back there i 'evenis g'sf closer at band a drive will in England" the answer !s "Yes. there j te put'On to sell enoaijh tickets to iare." .In that country, as in all other cover the guarantee. 'lit bulwarks protecllonlsta ind II it lost those II woabj tall tntlrely to pieces: It ts best that the parties should be divided on great economic prin- We can then lest public, dpin ion on lower or higher tarilf and 01 peel to reach .1 fairly correct -judg ment 'one here, who cares for humanity Btvi justice and human freedom, can count with certainty on there in Great Britain-due proportion that seo th'ese things is he and will go as- far'as he will go to attain them, and- to that end' put in as much devotion and as many sacrifices arid as effective practical wit ris can b2 found on earth. The- British were thoroughly tried out In the war. and they -were game throughout. They are no peauut people. Their problem is just tho same as ours, and Japan's, and that o! most.other hold down and'tiroiit'eers anil ma (Medicine Hal News.) Jessie SmUh Hawke came 1'J Fair In Calgary ar.J bought two pure I ot revolver shots .__, pure breii, ucnm rt }Ir. anil Mrs. Ben S. Pawson and i-oiiiily lett this end for Califor- nia where they will spend the rest of the winter. Mr H. P. attended the Winter bred Clydesdale Shorthorn bull, tnd a Duroc boar. These ourchases iust an indication of Ilie ulrection in which the progrestivo farmers rr.ovins these days. There will an Important meet- Ing of the C. F. A. on after- noon In the school auditorium at three o'clock. The question of araalgamat the Farm Products Ltd., with the n hrp'! ucni.i Jersey' at the hands of- a person or Foregoing is (he verdict broilgU in on Saturday ittemoon by the jury ra- quirin" into the circumstances sur- roundhig the death of Mrs. Hawke. 'Cousins was foreman, and'the other jurvmen were K. H. Kent, H. PinEle Geo. Xiinmo. J. Mcl'herson and r. S tnelr anu protiteers ami ma- mg mu i llgiianta and put their V. F. A. will be considered. This nues- 105 element in the The lion should bring out a full crowd a er vitall c-nects the distr nonsense has been pretty well knock ei.ont oi England. She Is plenty good enough ;for us. The people of her great .outstanding. English-speaking, self-governing dominions are nearest to us, as the war showed, in attitude of mind nnd habits of thought, of any Bailiff. The coroner was Dr. Fisher. After the viewing of the body evi dence" was taken at tho police coiir the "matter vitally c-iiecta the district. I o janline testified that when Inflated war prices I 3Dout to ring Ihe bell to deliver mail lt Mrs nawke's homo he heard moan- ng and. entering, the house, found Mrs. Hawko leaning against Ihe wall request has como to the department of eduction for the publication and distribution ot a hand- book giving a children's code of mor- als Dr. A. M. Scott, superintendent ot schools in Calgary, is responsible I for the suggestion, having been: auth- nrizeil'by lib own board lo lay tin matter before the government for il? (approval. What Dr. Scott asks for Is the adap- Italion of a handbook prepared under j 'the direction ol Ihe National Inslltu- lon Mora! Instruction in tbe Unit- (I States. Permission already secured from Ihe institution to ubstltnte the words Canada and Can- adian for America and American and to make otber like changes nccr-'s.iry or the purpose, "the ideals of citizen- I ship being identical In both countries." The code Is one, in Dr. Scott's opin- on, which should be circulated, in its Canadianlzed form, :n all the schools In Alberta. It la for children to learn by heart and also lor Ihe enlightenment ol teachers and parents as a guide lor daily conduct ol the young. The Calgary school board approved tho plan to circulate 1000 copies In its own schools, hut considered it a matter properly wilh- in Ihe sphere of the provincial depart- ment ol education, which is now un- derstood to lie considering it. have turned some peoples' heads, the fact remains that tho watchword of progress in rural life is "Co-operation." All people who Save hetler rural life In mind sho :ld be acquainted with They still have tor Hughes in Australia. Justice for Ireland is one thing, republic tor Ireland Is another. THE RAISE IN THE TEACHERS' SALARIES In the value education Is regarded It most ba paid lor. This alone, is to Justify the raise in salaries for the. coming year granted to teach- ers in the Lethbridge Pnblic and High Schools. It is a raise which no one Tfith a conscientious regard for lha benefits of education can object to. To the present raise there is also that removes all contention on tbe part ot those who will have to pay lha same in Iho added traction ol a mil! on the school rate. In that It is one which is considerably less than the schedule fiied by the Teachers Alliance. It has been accepted by the local Alliance In a spirit ol comc'dm- lie, taking Into consideration condi- tions u they prevail in Letbbrldge. A lood education Is all that many t. man can give hb children. Good education is largely a question of good teachers, with the indisputable, coroll- ary that In the measure the laborer is worthy o( bis hire, the hire should be worthy ot the laborer, i! good laborers ire what are desired. That the present salaries of tcicl ers are Inadequate la accepted not only by those Intimately interested, us (he teachers themselves, but by.all those wlio have given the educational problems of Ihe present lime their careful The teachers' pro- fession Is a highly responsible one; in., many cases the responsible ties ol parents are foisted on the teachers. That responsibility iiiould .the-.tame, or, I! not made to merit the same by makln; tho leaching profession one that will attract lo It the best class ot cilten The teachers' work should tin n life wort and one lor which he or she should bo prepared to enter as a ciosen profession and not as a make- shift until something better turns up. Tho only means towards this end is 'the affording the teacher not only a livini wage but, If possible, means oi raina nnu uiiuiva o. ILIUUSUI. y; i people on earth. She and they are! tho progress ot co-operallvo market- ing In Denmark, stores m Great Britain, and of co-operative cover whether enough nonsense has et been knocked out ot us to make s good enough for them. good enough for us. It becomes us to search our own hearts a bit to dis grasping His telephone. She was from wounds nnd moaning. She said that a man had asked her for monev and had shot her twice and loans in Germany. Western Canada A new Christmas pastime has been, afforded in tho guessing as to who will be future Premier of Canada. has produced the mos! successful ana significant agrarian movement, in trio world, but 'much yet remains for tnin movement to bring about. Mrs Aif. Haley is home from Iho hospital and Is making slow but sure progress.toward recovery. Of course there Is not a gambling house in Coalilale. and no de-rent cit- izen would want to bo found there. Oh, no. Is a good time to see WYM AN CO. About disposing of your LTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our offer on any quantity. A. WYMAN CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th STREET s. P.O. BOX 5 rui' aivr.y. Witness got her to a chiilr and then called neighbors and telephoned to Dr. Smyth. lit! lull Eoon after tbe arrival of the doctor. Mr. n. Hawkc, husband of trie deceased. of being called home after Ihe tragedy. His wife said to him. "That awful man came nnd shot me." She said that Ihe man wore a licht hat anil that lie moccasins on. Witness testified that the revolver found in the lie- him. He had had it and ithij shells for it locked In a suitcase j Arrangements are just about com- quite rotii'ii.-.! wl.C" plele to secure a moving riirlure. mai-hine it) place in Ihe school auili toriuin. The proba into the tariff ia to com- mence. Let us trust that the probe will be in tho nature of a puncture n deliatlng an Inflated tariff Ktrfa She said she had id man what money she iiad In 1 at he had threatened He had then gone a toriuro This will he tho property of her ltllli nc dad threatened Ihe school board, but Inwmttch aa it to shoot lip.d then gone Is felt that the bunlen rif paying for through tho house looking for rj.oney. a useful adjunct to school 1 he hart shot her in Die She I mr-nl shonli not be pi a ted upon Ihe j ror anl] he her In, tajc-3 Ihrco groups of ymms it was the man! The Farmers' deep down; Its roots, have p down lo Australia, as sboivn In farmers' candidates elected It there are any who have fskfrit Porta'a prediction seriously, ihe 17th ol will be "sweet teen" when the ISth dawns and r.oth- kg baa happened. A satisfied teacher means a satis- fied pupil. In this there Is wUriom in these days with discontent so mucli abroad, wmtentment Is what lo bo (aught. It II only the content that can teach contentment.- The wartime Prohibition .Act is held constitutional In tho Stale's by Ihe Suprerae Court. still lo "conslllutiuiial" A rtumuer thtre will without the resular Ihey hate lain ac- S. K. Club." that man hail cxuet oil Mon-1 -onus rnopl- enter tmo this (lay. was a billion e'with the' vciv best of.service ,an.l that his wife said it vas the rarao Thcv feel lhat moving i man who had sho.fhcr. hiri- 'nn U'liDth amii'iTig.and enter-1 '.Dr.-Smyth testified lhat ho had been nTnr without being either SURBM- i called lo sen Mrs. Hakwe. some tune iivi r.r sillv anil thev are sure that i ago nnd had.licn found her suffering they ran'inaitc -'hen' Instructive, from neurasthenia. Ho had not scent "horfltn'Crta i He found that she had been shot: At h lhat In Irm inati-j. n W3J greatly. Slif! of the rnitfd Church Ttils should 'coroo ijack demandlns be a suarantcc of servlti. hcr witness saw a A number ol prospective lan-i buyers 3C a (irc or piece in are now In the dlitrIM under the dlr- tht. floor_ Bviilenr.e along much the same lines wos given by Mrs. Ixjrni! Angle, Mr. H. H step-father of deceased, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs, Angle, mother of dead woman. Mr, lloherrhelm cuslomed to. ctnlon (if !he Kngflllt Agency. Travel- line .however, la difficult on w.- count ot the staff of tho roatls due to the drifts. Mr? A. R. Hamilton air] linr son shortly fnr Chicago, to seeing a man at different where they will spend Christmas. liroea in Iho neighborhood of Mr school vans are now supplier llawke's' home. Mrs Ixjrno Angle wih loM and Ihe sufferhRS lhat sho wouW be able: (o re of th.. rWUlrrn arc ,it an 1. How- cogniw the man who had -called on conveyed Ihf-m, at Truro, N.S., It Isi r-ver this ir.omlnK no ?aw one boy rid- Monday at the, house. A man Inc in -rhool perched m> on (he lop was being held ny me pioito 2x1? jlras r "rhers 'or the ii-houl we juujhe "'leased at the conclusion o JIOSO. In Ihe ilerailment of the car which I not to be Inferred that tlio Hallway Commission are in the habit of off the Iratli. Tilt; incident ia laken morally and inn fig'ir You Can IBuy a Piano or a Player- Piano THIS Christmas WITH holly wreaths all around the spicy scent of spruce and hemlock announcing the on-rushing Christmas tide how naturally Music and Music makers take their proper place; THE'CHRISTMAS PIANO-three words that mean iov. for the coming year and many vcari thereafter. THE CHKlb 1- MAS PLAYER-PIANO-the gift that gives the mastery oi all music fo everyone in your household, the gift lhat multiplies the possibilities of Music, in your home hy ihe number ol people who live in it! The Mason Risch Store, with its friendly and broad-minded methods for Piano selling, fits into your plans and problems. We'have here for you the instrument you have so often wished to own, at the right price, and on terms of sale which make buying convenient, MASON RISCH LIMITED W.OCK KlrTH HTKEBT SOUTH ;