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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.F.TIIHHinOK D.MF.Y nKCEMHKU IS, "bevalb Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY i and Publlihin LETHBRIOGE HERALD COMPANY, LIMITIO IW ttrtn South, W. A. BuchalUB Prwldent ltd Director Ttrnnce ,13visiaess Manner TELEPHONES tUlnMi Office 1IJ2 OHict 122-1 HT Au4it Bureau of Circulation! Subscription dellrerea, week I .15 delivered, per year ".5t by null. per year 6-00 lT, ty mall, per year 1.55 j. bj mull, per year to U.S. S.Ol" 01 eipirr ot subscription ap- en label. Aectpl- laca of papers afier expiruion tlaia I our authority to coimliUO the :ub- yropojstl surrey (o te ukeu ij ci'.y of nscenainluK n-inies and addresses rf tors and girls Iween (he Hges of S and 16 years as well Lhe ohurch preference of all ihe The this is tr iuean.3 Inquisitorial. It Is a idioms icwarJ an '.he test of motives behind it. is a means j tvnereV- should be no matter of neglect allowed ia bringing Vfbj may hire vrllhoiii j ihem ihosp wbich iiavo j Successful in Election of Can- helped to make tbe nation ivhai E; has sho'.vu iiself to be, It ms.y be io ihe eVaroh lias '-ilU'd in Its mission. This is more oiicn than uot a ihatijhi-1 admUficn. in itiai In ii ihero has didate (o School Agricultural Soriety Orficers (Frem Our Own uol been taken into account how much TABEII. Dec. No serious failure is d'je to ourselves In math of lawsuits ha? followed the. llve- railln; to co-operaie iviih the church I election coniest o( last Monday. The church, ,0 be Wr. shon.d be a ehaciro m ibe measure I ariV .ip-orcin? themselves In a spirit W. F. T. Sundal, Mrs. I'. Htunmor, Mrs. Mm. J. H. Kobiuson, Mrs 'E kpr. On Tuesday. IVcenibor a Christmas :uid. merit l-a heUI In the Ash sofcuol (or ill ihv children of iho ivimuuul'y The is being prcpariM by Miss Hare ami oihm. Owing lo Iho liberality of tho miners. Sant.i Claus will have to engage an auto trucK to deliver his The annual S. S. Cbrlslmas ai Knoi. chuirh will helj on Decan- ter 26th beginning ai 2 p.m. Gtttnes, music, roc Ita lions, B SOLV! sujnior wtl'j from Iho tree will bo or- der ot the Mternotm. On Chrtalmis aftprnooa iho Minor? I'Dloti will hold their annual Christ- mas Tree and entertainment for children In tnu miners hail. The Methodist Christmas tret? aiitl what our ministers stand [r[ meekness and trying hard to upms ot the creed we oro- rfd sclfconselous feeling i RAISING REVENUE :Y DIHECT TAXATION Farmers' taxation. Vrom the mrotne Lai _ should be rery m uch more derived thun ihe ied for ttie p repeal ve.ir 1-y the cs Minister is ihe vary proper sioa of ihe Grain Growers" ruffle. -Xrw nilli H popuU- ion of oiilv L.M? iiiilliun Ju II v.v bad tbat son f Incoiui! in country. loO.CGO.OOO be il-nved from ,11. he Gultle in ;i reconi ifEUP. of ihc- (lie Farmers" 'latlorm is thai tbe customs taxation b'onld be taken utf iiie f'llfc; anotbor income taxa- Ion sbouSd be increased; aiiotbcr is hat there should be inheritance taia- lon; another is. direct taxation on nlmprored latid values, including all iiuri. resources; anothpr is a graclu- :fd (ncome tai on the profit ot cor- on the basis of the actual 7 invested, ;lli e entered slock be- out ot account. MUCH LABOR USED ROOUCING LUXURIES '_A. mcfchanl in Lethbridge told the lerald ibe other day that a few years jo he ordered women's lUle base in doien lots and repeated the order ereral tiraca daring the season. 'At he eame lime he ordered a few pairs [silk hose, probably (en dozen, and pro- owe it fit (east lo our ctil- dreu io giro ihem the opportunilj" to come under m in rations which hire helped to sustain ilaniir wUh the ideals it teaches. it Is not a grcil Jeai; in ibc spirit that is 5bowa la Ibe lr.g (tiere "borild tie no u a grudging li calls for a cheerful and I the slain are convalescing favorably. The business men are still rubbing thrir nnd irocderlng how The miner? did iho trick. At the heatl- of the Women's: Inslitule iho po( tv-jllcd over turiouily tvhen the news arrived that their did ale had won ibe Bc-liool maralhon In record time. A call was sent out to lhe elect snd In n short while B noisy procession its way lo serenade a hearty it lor notfilcc else in the helping ot those who are sirir- 10 do Iheir dutj. In the estima- tion in which we regard duty 50 we ?bould Trlllinily give the co-operalJou treat will be held the evening of 30th. A good program Is being pre- pared. The Tiber school ChrisMnas enter- :alnrneni will be hold in ine RUnHlor- lum of the school on T hurt Jay Di-c- Lmbor ISth ii 4 p.m. for the youneot rtlldren; on Friday. Peromber 5 p.m. for iho older scholars. A good program Is being prepared for each event. their victoriuus anl bearer. Wild It turned out (o he i tine rtay for the eucl uf the world. Prof, pona has our to himself. protocol and going lo sign that Te tho world peace for t'ncle Sam's eichaujte rates hreaten io lose him a lot of perfect- ly good customers. To the other disturbances portend- ed cumee that cf an early elec- tion. The fashion has lo be kept up. doings are reputed to hare happeiieJ when ilii> precession reached its des- The bouse was stormed and the elect lady seized and carried shoul- der high from room to room. At least such was, the Inientton of the fau? when they set out. This achievement waa ftflowed by a revelry of coagratu- ons, speech-making, music, danc- ing and feasting. It ivas some hours before (he Jubilallou subsided and lhe company ivere contejii lo return quietly home. This first sip ol wine out of the gobblel of public lite, like the proverbial taste of blood lo tbe tiger, is enflaming the appetites of our estimable women for a fuller draucnt. We pity the man who has the temerity to ran for either school board, coun- cil or pound-keeper year. But cares so long as lhe ladled put forward candidates ot tha calibre' and experience of Mrs. Minnie and do not become chesty. In electing by an overwhelming ma- jority. a lady to the Scbool Board we [eel we scored one on Lethbrfdge In our common nee lor lhe Normal TViih men like Porla, irith thsir TaJn warniDEE, eclencta Etands to discredited. i his is the season ol the year when Good Fellows have the oppor- tunity io proTe ncblj in Leihbridge.' They are doing Calparr 13 staging a cat ah Now if Calgary could ouly get Wilhelm to come there to live. res tacky if he cleared them out joj- oC lhe Cow' Town ng lhe season for which they were complete. Today be liis woraeD'.1? silk 60 dosen lots and repeats the rder (no or IhrRn Mines in the season rbile his single order of ten duzfcn ele hose lies on the shelies. almost lo more. Silk boss cost anywhere from J1.2S fl.OD a pair. hose cist 50 enls to one dollar. .This Is the old Mory of the day old by using a different example. It said lhal in NPW York oats which would be considered rorth a king's ransom tirt a mailer T everyday ssles. while shoes cosi- ng ISO ti] JIOD are called for often hat It is ro longer a matter o' cotn- ienl aoionR -shoe1' 'Icalers, In the mGantimn WP arc [Q rowec about the high cost ol what W2 know io be fact, with the lale James J. Uhl that here Is a rot of (h- co.-t of hish lying about II. U'c ar-; dcmnndlne luxuries Ihete diet ouch c-' our labor is taken ull necei- and piaceJ un luxvry pToducllon. The next time you If variety is the spice ol life Su Houthern Alberta weather has been aplcj enough to suit son mjone this sea- H is snffgeated thai lhe school board wished to mate themselves with lhe school teidbfri before the fata] 17lh Many took advantage of the visit of S5r Kerry Louder to have a liltle taale of Scotch. It's a scarce article theae days. School. We l thp, changes on P lA AICKED UP IN SSING thp CoJuaAUu luiluslrial .'s at CurbyvllK-. Alcohol Jas C'rnu-forJ wiH be i andldalc for muydr of Sjrnla. There li ii propositloH oil Owoii Sound lo build a labor Art trpasureB of Hie bio 11. C. tYick. Now York, wli.di, with his lire lo Ion public, are tald lo !mve S lO.K'O.Oi'O umi ;o have a prcspul vuluo of A cliaufteur I'a., bur i tu koep a. radiator Iroui frcez- i Uu-ki-.l ucor uf TAU '.W umiur aud 551 in tbe He fu >y luiues gPJaTJlcd, i will Ha lohcrit- A uoiiiiin at Angeles L ilmmv said Uot husband IT us miking nhoiii Uoovi'rizing prnflipo It The hospital :it Sumtner.aod, U.C., ws .TcstrDvcd by ilrv. "U "lod to my using uscd a11 IlB a.ngar Ju cofr.ee, said. R. lug If. Wynn was vicilm rf G. G. Henderson is n jtussible mayor- alty caii'lldiio hi Tho Lalor I'.Hriy at MHicmp Hal discussing the opening ot a co-oper- ative sioro. Controller Bam Mcllrivle is in tho Windsor HotoJ Co, have iho at Iho corner ol Quel- Mte and I'.irh streets, .Windsor, on [which ui build ihalr .SSCO.OOu I. Macl.qod, Toronto broker. who w.s mining from his homo for FIX diys. was found ro' Heights Par in sources of the recent action i-cn In cerlaiu comiuodlUep, lhcrL> will bu a eavlus ot 48.500.0PO. This calculated as follows: wn local 'cornel' trusting, lhat when .he crisis cornea she will pull mlghUly !or us and counteract ihc In- fluence of tbe planets." j The curlers are (he llrcsi buncb Irt, .own. The competition for ibe Mc- Lean U OD and Interes' Iceen. At the annual meeting of lhe Wom- an's Institute bekl recently'Ihe fol- lowing officers were elected fur the snBUing year: President, MTH. John Koblnson; 1st Vke-Pres., Mrs. J. J. XOBLEFORD. Dec. bylery o; .Madeod will the church at N'nblpford on Thursday eve- at 7 o'clock for the purpose of receiving a call from HIP Nobleford congregation TO the Rev. W. H. Mun- caolcr. The intiucuoti service will be held alterwards at S o'clock. The UPEOOII, of I.eth- briJge. will preside and preach. Hr. Fcrg-json, and Rev. A. C. of Taber, will an ari- dreas to the people. Is given a cordial Invitation and alsn BsXed to make this service .ij wi-icly known aa posaible. The call lo Her. W. II. Muccasler may bo signed by anyone interest- ed, at any time between now and Thursday, on applying to Mr. .Crans- toun at the Noble Foundation olficc. To make the call as represenUliTe OB possible, it is urged thai all who can should sign same. About twenty-five people met the bolel on Monday erenlng last and proceeded Irom there to tbe manse. The minister and his wffG were rather surprised wliea they filed alter another each with his parcel under his arm, hut the genial host and hos- tess gave everyone a happy wel- come. Remember tbe big concert and Christmas tree on Tuesday' evening, Dec. 23rd, in the K. of P. hall. U Is under the Joint auspices of the Com- munlly Club, nubile school and Sun- day school. If you don't belong lo any of lhe.se, come anyway.' A cor- dial Invitation Is lo all. Ad- mission Silver collection taken at the door. Doors open at 7.30. Pro- gram win begin at o'clock sharp. The still secma to have a pretty firm hold on Noblelord. There have been only four or five pypils in the senior roam nl bchool several days, H holds up practically all the work of the classes, Just aa l as a imyo KnuiUPrnors of ihe V. next mouth will bo iiaiJ Tour cents fo" each person enumerated, and 30 cents for each farm reported. i j A section of tho scrcmd floor of lhe dopanmcnlal store of W. R Pros ton, at Midland. Qiu.. collapsed. Several ile were lujurcd. ?v. Alex. Martin, superannuated hodtsl mlni5icr. who had occupied sixteen charges during his ministry died at Dellerillc. Grain Uroivcrs in the fedeml constituency of Selkirk." Man., arc to aVe polilicei ncilon lu both the fed- eral and provincial fields. Rev. Dr, .1. Aikins, of the Do-' ninjon cliurch, Ottawa, has accepted a to the Young Methodlsl church, IV fn ui peg. fvnrl he will take up liis now duties on July l, 1921. Although. DEC largjv Chicago hotel as reduced Its rates, leading New fork faotele say they are more likely :o raise than lowor prices. j New York Times cable says seven Tlrois controlling Germ tin dyo Indus- !ry arc juerjo into a corporation wllb. capital ol marks. A li'-yeftpold Russian, held for de- York public revolutionary jpoks priDlcd in Russian gave him 115 "education" in anarchy. Alei. Reid, returned soldier, ol Sidney was killed, and P. Slade perhaps fatally injured, when they fell 50 feet down an eleralor shail nnd no mailer wlijt political opinion one may hold ha mm glvo knp Men leid lo Ibe same by the I ly as Rrhnol were closed. there Is no improvement soon the Christinas concert will be postponed. Uy the time thlg Js printed the world will have come to an. end, or else the danger will be past. So >ve take thlg earliest opporlunfiy of saying: "I fold you it nol tappen." S UCCESSFUJ7BAZAAR WAS HELD AT MAGRATH (From Our Own crorresoonaenO MAGRATH. DEC, Primary Association held a. very successful Bazaar on The Baiaar opened at 2 p.m. and a good crotvd was present althouRb the weather cold and fflormy. Numerous useful articles and an untold nurhbcra of Christmas lor the llllle folks were on dismay. A IreO loaded wllb parcel3 and the fisb pana were lhe most patronized by tbe lit fie folks. Wght lunches sold dur- ing the afternoon and altogether lh-: day was a grand success, and R aum of money realized for Ihe hen'-ff- of the Children's Hospital Fund rirhlcli has been lhe custom of this tlon for a number of years. The Trim ary of the L.D.S, Church try and tflko care of all aick cbllrtren whotn are Jn ncol Of medical aid and Jt f.s for Bazaar was held. During Ihe afternoon a v'er> prrtty allpgory wag given hy llourlgan; 2nd Vlce-f'rea., Mra. P. boys and glrlg under Hammer; senrelarytrensurer, Mrs. B.I Ihc tlircction ot Mr. L, CooVa, The Rev. Mr. Wiggins left Saturday [or Manitoba (o visit anil frlcnda there. Hn will be absent a week or ten clays. The officers for the Katiles' Aid Roc- ety of Knox church for the coming year" are: President, Mrs. E. n. Taln- (er; 1st Vtcel'rca., 51 ra. XeJion Dlus: 2nd Wm. Porloous; Sec.-Treaa., MrX, John .Tculllns. The Key. Mr. Ixiacroft who ts plylnf? iii ?l! Theodore's church a; present Is making a ricU favorable Impression hy bti preaching nu-1 per- rcprcscnlccl (ho Imp A Is ton. spirit ot This lotice To Farmers Who may have Vegetables, Dressed Poultry, Veals, Small Hogs, Ccef and Pork, Eggs or Butler for Sale. lite rlg'.it. price Tor Give us n trial. We need all this and will tuuuo. SILVER GRILL i MURRAY MANAGER jortation, ibrary's collection of or, Mrs, Eiva Harker; Direclora: Mrs. Shelton, Mrs, Harrison, Mrs. Mln- nlon, Mrs. II. S. Taylor; MTE. Powell. Mrs. Palmer; Auditors, Mn. J. II. Turner and Mrs. Elra Shelton. The neit meeting will be on lhe las! Friday In Janupry. The teachers of lhe public school staff met on Frirlay evening at tne home oi A. J. Mercer ana spent a plc.i.sant erfintng. The occasfon being in honor ot ono of iTic retiring leach-j e-rs, Mrs. H. S, Taylor. Mra. Tayloi has been a member of lhe teaching atart for (our j-earu and her leavJn? will be a grcal Inss lo the scliool. Games and music KCFC Ihc order of the evenlnR and rcfresh- I Is a good see About disposing ol your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails at present. Get our any quantity. A. WYMA1S CO. DEALERS IN HIDES, PKLTS AND FURS PHONE 4-12 ADDRESS: 320 CUi STREET 8.- PA. BOX 5 sunal contact. The bazaar and supper held recent- ly by Ihc ladled of Si. Thcodorc'a church, passed oft moal ?IKccajfully, despite adverse weather The sum of was realized. Taber Fair the The annual meeting of the Tflbr-r improving evf-ry Agricultural Society was heir] on Hal- ppler.dlfl 'wc-MUr %V urdfty. N'ov. 20th In Ihc council chfmv vark in the wnnn j with (irel- "ll is. teller to Ihan to receive.' InslMtl ol Saiua Clans. hrlnRlng prcrtnls to f'.iWran. thoy sll Kiria lei thu poor children. A number fl prctly dsncci yrrc Iniro-luccd, n.irt the children ilirl rpirftrxnhly ilcr Ihrj splcnJiil rtircctlor. ui llrr. Alston. A of 111- real OioucllLfnl Maeratli n B.'anti curpriFu (or their lartlca fvtninp last they hnrl n IjitemliO MiDpr-r nl (Ho lainita'i "Cllnr ly" rwlii'iranl. A Inup Ohio wm frrt-aO In Ihc rlir.inB ronm ami Illy ifccoralcil anil Ihe meal BCrveil Una c-icolk nt, Atjout 2S neojile enjoy- td a sjiloniild cveninp. i Word frorti Darrcl Harris whti nnvv In )w AnfMc'i. lor licallh Dial hc> (9 ,iay He .bera and paired off most The following oJTlrcra were elcclcd Iw Prrnldcnl, W. A. I'orteous; Ifl Vlct-Pres., H. Wlnrhesler; 2nd Vlce-Prra., H, K. Ayrtaj 3rd Vlcn- Prei., A. B. Tolion; Rccralary. C. lilount; directors, A. J, Maynarcl. O, N, JohTistone, J, Doran. L. K. Hrtl- man, J. 11, Howard. K. Perry, A. U Judflon, V. nipllnficr, li. n. T. S. Martin, Campbell, J. 11. 3oa- vi gcr, A. Hall, J. Doaij 1 la turner, Ur, anl, Mrs, John Musical ty flowers. Thr; nnnii'il riMi'mi? of Dio TiiEilltLKe was hr-ld un Friday aller- noon, n larijf crowd of ladles wnrft present, Tho financial was and thru (h.> election of nw officer? was nnxt in I'rnslOcnl II. p. McConnnl; HI vice-presi- dent, Mrs. IT. 2ml vlce-presl- flr nt, Mrs. M. n'yinnn: Irr.amirer. MrR, AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT A-Mason Eisch PKohograph BACK ot the spleiiflicl Phonograph are experience, nnc) traditions of hall a century in buikliiVg Pianos of highest excellence. To the Mason Risc.h Phonograph has heen im- parted lhe Same knowledge of tone-building principles lhat have inaoe Mason Rlsch Pianos and Play- er-Pianos half a century. Let nr, to you many ways in v.T.'ich the Mason T'iis'.-h Phono- is hear it a few m'li- ules in our sound-proof rooms, and the chances arc you will want lo hear it all your life in your own homcl We offer you the accommodation ol weekly ov monthly payments, cxlmd- inj; such knsjlh [of time as may be convcnicm to you, within reason. MASON RISCH IIAN.MOHAL fll.OL'K KlrTJI KT H'-'KT KOIiTl' I.KTIII'.UllKJIi ;