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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGE" FOUR THE iiAKIUDAY, Publishers LETKBRICOE HERALP PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED I ttli South, Lett-SrKtgt, AlMrU W. A- BUCHANAN br per fcy Bail for f by Bell I in Weeilr. bjr'cutll. per Wetkly. u? ycur to TiVISTING'THE MOM'S TAIL. Certain. portion c[ the people too Unlfed'giates are el time making'conditions in Ireland the opportunity for. lewisites the tail o! the British-lion. Almost It la a barm less occupation, bet there is the ter that the temper ind ;tas ot the United Statas toward! Orsat Britain alay, be the part to reflect the wlwie. ,'The pastiine Indulged in the Slates, et twisting the tail of the British lion, fts only-v.tneyiiEtaral outcome of the tails {at i nationalities vblch make op the American aatlonl Mj4 who have not yet been absorbed tnUj'one homogeneous 6axon wbole. process has bean on, tnl 't will be long years before these elements will entirely shred thdso tnlts tionallty which they have Inherited parent stock, and which now pronounce themselves In characteris- tics not" altogether Anglo- Rftirtn, J y in Jndgie opinion i rtmtld not forgotten'that ln; th United States' the. population of Anglo- Saibn. "origin Is estimated at only i per cent With this element BACK TO THE HOME LIFE is a strong friendly feeling set one ;of mutual respect and regard between It and Great .Britain__It Is not tMs. element, tnat Is given to twist Jngf the uoa's tat} t 'Hiere to the States whose origm Is i from Germany, Hungary, ind'the'countries of oT Ireland, retain 'characteristics today seen" among the people of the sconntry "irom which they Md came is "s .hnovTi as F the t hyphenated apprihend element, and a source to American statesmen and to British statesmen too anxtojs to maintain rnenily cordial relations between Triiich have so much IL On the threshold as we are of the Christinas week we are reminded the season grouped around the ch'ilf} ;and npt the man; Christ. .We, accord- ingly, regayd it principally as relating to the child. With :ho Bought of the naturally comes the relation of: the h'orrie to the no home is' com- plete without the child. many pt usserioiisly realize child is the home, in the full meaning of what home influences are. Is it not the ten- dency, of-the modern day to leave the boy and the girl to seek for relaxation and for amusement outside the home instead of endeavoring to rriake-the home the centre of attraction.- The old .order of the family gathering, with parents taking part in the amusements of the children, is fast passing and with it we are lending ourselves to bring up1 a restless generation'without those happy influ- ences which home life properly carried' out can only give. This is the day of construction, and with it there is the call for the construction! of home life, That life hac been dislocated Ihe war, In many1 cases the head of the family was' away at'the call of duty. The mother at home was, with Worthy 'effort, busy over war work ing up her thought chiefly to the husband or the son at the front. The home life of those of tender years suffeied with the outside for those who to do their share of patriotib duty for those at the front. That is something which will never be legretted. Th6 time, is now over, ahd therefore, the duty of repairing what was virtuously lost. There is a-very-evident and a very praiseworthy zeal to carry on in what are known as works of community service, including in them the welfare of the boy and the girl. But when we pause to think there must come the conviction that there is a dangei in being over zealous in the multiplication and overlapping of organizations, all more or less with the, same aim. Does not this over-zeal have its'effects on the home life, in taking the father and out of the home, and so causing them to neglect the opportunities of home life in helping to make hctae attractive, and BO giving the young that home spirit? Attractions.outside the home should not'be allowed to overbalance the attractions which "should have their proper place in the home. Failing the home atti action, with the institution of the family circle parents and children forming in reality one big family and not name only, there is raised in the young" the spirit to wander fortL Whither willithis v-andering leaf! That is a ques- tion which! every parent should ask himself and herself. It cannot in eveiy case lead to the'rignt haven for amuse- menfc and i eci eation. Being "driven" from home, without the holding the attractions and the spiiit of home, might often lead to a wandering in the wilderness of life. The habit of seeking elsewhere what the home Truth Poetryl >A TAKES THE COUNT I 'that, ma was out of luck la plcVln'. pa for She seems to think she's badly etuck Because' she is wife, We ain't, been ilttia' rich ill, Like -ofaar peo'pkt are; Pa has aa iucome that's too small For us a car. j: There must something wrong Hid to pa one day, It's hard to keep tram feelln' bine, t ANGLICAN St. tart, No matter wiitt TOO eay other 'lien mala money You let enlaces go, We cant go proudly ndin past The folks used to know, There's ohlp'irih? boards and mining rings l! And eggs aiid'1 fruit, and meat, And rent and other To .help makerlirSas sweot; But yon havtt let .them all go With -chanica eYerywhera. You liOTer see nit to care to try To1- be a mUltuuaire. "I can't see made A fortune, 'like the rest; You're luat a failure, I'm atrald, Belieyin' best. But- other men hive not been caught; fuss. what they're got Acl iookla' down at us Pa looked .aj-thouQh he had -btin. (truck; The walloprleft him limp. 1 wds out of luck In choosing a simp. Augustln'i Chureh, tor. 8th Ave- and llth 8L Gora M. Borrow, Rettcr. 212 8th Si. S. Telephone Holy Communion in cnapel at 8.30 m. EUhop of. Calgary, Hatlaa, lilOT Bishop q( CUcary, Breuicng, 7 JO rise r- x 1 I Ueners. for Messrs. 'Rose warn, .Simpson. Tillcoi Bt Thomas' CommuijKUi, in Wednesday Intercessions and. Pre- paration, for Christmas Communion, WfSLEY iieTHOOIST CHURCH Cor. 4tK and 11th St. 6. Ctina. E. E.D, Patter il Homing Worcilp, The Third iwrmon on Thy N4BI 11.10 a-m, Prusary and Begtuan' ot (be Bvaday 12 10 am BW.f School Btbte 8 06, In Chapel tmas lions of Holy Communion at 800 am (in In and Mrrice THE ONITED CHURCH OF NORTH LCTHBRIOGE It the tinierstanding clothe population of'the States, that we can sense the action of some of the mem bers of the Massachusetts Legislature in the telegram despatched to Rtv, T. D.'Jones, Pastor" 1271 Btfi Ave N PNone 1659 Choir Lea'der, Mrs. F.- Jackson 10 Dept. ot the Sunday School Sunday Morning, 11.00. Subject: "Pro- phello Vision of the Father." 2 and Primary cks- partments of the-Sunday School 1n the Hall 2 Dept; of the Sunday School in the Church. People's Bible Class in the Halt. 7 30 p m Service Subject "Jesas, the Living Vision of God. 7JO Serrlee. Problem of id lowed "a social hall-tour, to liiiiy, mem- df -thoi church t are 'On accoBat ;of- Lho -lojUlliuK. ot tie pipe organ "ill during raonth: will: be In the tnterstalc coin merce commiMlon' aad asked for by railroads opentlng! ID North Dal.ola, were denied by tne rallrdad Calgarj s new rnkyor is a self made man., He arrived In Calgary fourteen wllh SIS in his. pocket. When in Maniloba he enough 'selling papcr-i and doing odd jobs to piil himself Ihrough unlversily. Mr, Adams is 40 rears of age and came from Dunilaa, Onl. A recommendation that tho mayor's salary be increased lu a year 3 contained in'Kx-Mayor Clarke's of- Icial corrtmiinication to life Edmon- Ion cily c'oiliicii; Thls'reiwrt Is dalcd December 11, and writ- ten before Mondajr's-'clectlons were held. Shrinkage of-viifiiM pf'.the United Slates''farm crops has, placed their Q UR store is full of Christmas suggestions of the most practical sort From Grand Pianos, Player Pianos and Victrolas, down to popular sheet music, and 10 cent whistles, there are gifts and gifts, fit for every- one and orrery purse. Bring Music tht "y" A .m--ikviic (.VII-IUVUIMIVJ.. .was total worth this year- at. almost less afian last year, al- though the IMu harvest WAS ono of the most the nation's history with halt iiilozcn crops break- ing records. Jr.' 'Si'ity permits Buffalo or. Aqlel6po lslanJvlntthe. Great Salt lithe at Alioad-ltarb been grant- "fo Infonnatibji wired lo Arnp Cammerof, Rc.tlilK director of park In .Washing- 11. J. I'hiH, liiwt, for board, by Th retary of Uf in ..Redmond, 'State' Lives lock 1 STORE OPEN EVENINGS. Home up your irJitMJ to Music in the honid every evening. See what wonderful it U 1 No matter how plew- ant your Inen, muiie 'will bring something into it that never be without again. Come in and look through our com- pleie stock let us help you select your giff, You will find oar prices are value giyfpg.hds always a big BALMORAL BLOCK, 6TH ST( S.) LEfHBRIDGE P1MOJ KtMt ;