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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TV ;:iDa,n, pwti;^yMHe......,. -* 1.60> LT^VERNOR BRETT a wsll-desenred bdnor baB1� ewpMrtifi t�>oM�r cb-trtaa, ttit Indirldual rich m compared with tiM t�IC of-t|� ^mnmnattjr ara aot aa TODAY'S QUSdTIONS 1. What apithet was given to the stars by lx>igtellow? 2. Wta�lt.doea the vord "etiau*tt;p^', mean?;' 3. wkat la Dot^-nose? 4. -What was the i;oiiti&n(i|! ^r** tern.? ' - .. y.''\.\.-^ 6. mit-ite tlie A�n�Bl'in the cam^ Ot trloWtt - ^ .6.iiO'1iirtli":T ."i^ f MOMiN^Y** QUE�TION� I.- Wiitvras tha total^ i the BBUali anny vlten arm signed? 2. mow does th% per^n^ Jrawir The g^jeraYpuMlcSrtil'' , '3. Who was the originator of .the saying "Cohtentment is trne;;cl^asJ' --^ 4_ What was the orlgla ot'TY^nCh na aulas tax, the twinM tliaTlux-! leaye?" . ) MTT tax,lt� toi^ttifetn. 'Aa a i^ranue ^ 6 What is considered thriiwstjro-ptt>�M�hw^tfd have bean a batter ^able^erivation of the.wmtr Bri-means itf effaetinr whatw�a Intended e. Which is the largest c�y in had tt-nat Weil ta|irdanad with the Canada? ^ luxnry tat in Inflicttag a double taxi ' on the purchaain?. public. By this j 5 680,247 j means the salea tax as a revenue pro-; 2'. From" Mutio Frangipani. the ganM'ar tiia-n^ur of getting any* thins a^jiraelabla fti the way of ra^ enue. Eraa In oldef^and richer coua-I^TieB-, wiiegr�-the hnrory^ Ilna-in tliei applioatioiiitrf a luYory tax has beeni tried, It hA|^1>een touhd to bealfailure.j :^Jth all �iatjth� IniibV permitted,; iWM wc^ii^y, in ti^cl^ the pnbllc'l to'pufclaBcr the' shoddy In prefereitce' to the lasting article at a reasonable price, the taxi as devised, was a dls-inal failure. towed on Lieutenant-Qovemor Brett eager to Velcomo its death; In his being re-appolnted te tapresenfc jgym ^ vnclMMi^ a aecohd time His Majesty tihB Klnr,' ' " In tba -Beovlnca. Dr. Brett has flllad the pdidiBailr hv ecenpies in* taa Province wjifr dtgolty and with � fW regard to|uie henor it. bviags. "BmM a man wsi� tar Amsr years has beat Men-tiflsd wl�lif*tlip(r growth of the Ptovince, and he has all along retaineil an nn-Bullj^d reputation. In tb� truth that a country'Should honor its best sons, iai.a.�tlle iurthar I ai$inal findings wei� on jWhlolK Raferrlac' to the third point dwIC with by iMri Sytiilngton, eqnalliattth of, eastarii aad western rates, the Jnjr 4 meUl Bays tliil.-It should not be IMv; that sits Interjeclon Into Wl^ purely incidental m would not Ifcva " to 4leal �n anch the stetem ___i^it the hea ^hfcl the opera were n raftways ,-----^ --.,4g in the east, . 7li�.|a(iim.eDt pointsvont that vm, factortwUch; flraUed to the establish-; lag bt^therfb ;V #i&�ht rates-watl�rti and nnguessaUle, �auitlty. "Much 1ms been jnade of the>i*actj'V says the Judgm^t, "that the chlM commissioner In his judgment stat*!' that tk^.ivtea in Western Canada aV-. Ma��d.lroik ^.tto IB per cent. high�r| tUtt^thetse'li^iUtt �aM and that hfe, nevertheless, inade a difference Of only~ five per cent. It should not �*miamB of �, Tbwh'e amnethftig In Vhe f^lr ^at takes the slowness from yoalr atep "^^OT^^ngle^lS? makes I. fcM*, t)ie Bun Is ^ �#ay, 'Bfct.tateeks are �1oWlng cTyartwlieH-#hd fce^es anotVat ^jrl . Xientolant'QeTOmor of Alberta will be re^diia in the nature of a gra*fe-| ^^,0^ ^^^^ to lagjen salei Jul Better an the part of the aathMlty exp�rt�nce the luxury tax lit Whan.the appointmeM Mea. The-pofttlMt 0^ liente^kaBt-Govemor is not* ot. dignity and honor, fni not aiHJBaB�rH>ti*tt ooecMis one. Thia rests iB�ir w� V���ir, 1. -..7 V Frangipani. the only.five per cent. It should not bfe. dBcer was severely handicapped at famous Italian botanist, wltt) vlaltad' ^Mr�t>Uea, hwwov^r, that the disparity Its birth by that of Its twin brother, the West Indies in 1493, and discover-1 in favor of the vast, for reasons wrtl ^n^F^^�^ �' "ttelSryt.; a".;^^^^^^ ed a plant w.tVa "delicioTs-f7a-ga"nci: i:ient�Hianfe3���r>.�r r.r aii.--..,1 � .AS a sales tax tt was ^he plant was renamed T^aplipani, rooster stands ,iilpDiBoiie8S-toMn; be,*rh%i�>B gtsfetui shoiitm hm schools .when all the lb/&bk's egg. practically killed by a luxury tax and" the distilled which tended to lessen sales. . In its; the same name. should 3. It essence xbceived �'**'aBiT�tbs�(wWTOWlsdo'aiofU^ing^''"�^' laughing'phiiosopher of Greece, who Uvea 500 years before kno^ and fully understood, has long [tm^ |Shtel^'upOlti the MtSk' the public flrom two different sourcen, Christ. in the liitiii^yanee, aveb to' the nature 4i From tha pi^tUce of-thia'^fVeiM^ - . ---------�" � n^^cB. Which a tax Of the ?^it''^,|!? :;js irnTsHS^"* T .^r "'neTt a^s^ta^jror^fn^P gards ^lis position. In this respect, ^^.1^ , ,a T,eoded owners. f pr.-Brrttiawy be said not to tare bean' goirt raflulres It to liqui-i 6. ftoiu-the PhOdhlcfanBaratanlc found teaattag in tafefng the toai* date Ita war dabt The cwefol appll-' t^aWWSKa'**^ wlMie.l^'ofiee eaUed toe It. He Isfg^tloo of tJwamoimt of tha luxury tax to * �iufVatulatad cm the Mnfidbnce t, the ia|aa tax opanf an avenue Bftfiwii*i�r�"-*n�.��i -w...- ^^^^^ ifijf^ uiad would'have helped in revenue to a far better extent than the luxury tax, ih the patent, influence it had in restrictlBg purchaiae. . been recognised as an established an�ii until rcry Mftaatly, accepted condition. " Lv^adef mm Wreutostances there- was the: wjbW'saw of DeBMhIlons, th� %()itd fibok the ground thai ho j pending future full inquiry and inves- tigation and until the whole questlpHt has been considered from the stan4-Twlirt �f IhUlts *8 they are an4 as th'o h% aM Wur> W%HMte tir1]^ tal^g all the facts srl4ch sufTound any particular ease Into -tSon-Mdantloir; ? In the tAse'tif a' death it la:tha^4itt}r. pt tbB'ipermer ooflUnit^M-whai dolnr�1>�r of isiSt^l such aa jtnfiy ^iWMn^f bnulds>:J^f9Be ba bnrledi He la thi� iav��tlgatt|�>of-ftcer of''|bji;.'law,\Bdid> the re^l^n/Bi^iliitVa' directing .wb^^^er aa Ji^tpiaat' should or should nOt-vlia held, in the knowledge of all the facts that^^he has before him. In this way tlte coroner in his official position acts as the Instrument of the law, in the powers delegated to him by the law. An Inquest can be held when facts hltharu^uSkadwa'come to lights as In the~�a8e., .indivldlttal presumed to b�r$> aih courage the vlews^of ..those ..v?hq believe in a low tariff disaBsociated with the principle of protection. Coupled with the fact that Premier Meighen in his recent tour so strongly inslsteAF' ottr^ha aeeteetlve policy for Canada, the hope of any reduction of the tariff through the (qontiaaod fWHa>-iroBt^1>jj^�t^ �ur-iu-oounciiTI&Q- w oth^wlm of tii�%o�ini� �o)lw�;iri)y' we grtvemor-in-councll :ln referring 9^T\^^^^^~^^^^- J8 evi-ilant tiucflifi:! ' estiht-el*y n&WV tilt ^ JMhW cro5l to 'S�m-> ^ IniO, 16, tt>r' ttih-l)ht,  kLWlhi^,  it'^s g mcjr ulc auu oo pibBimists are glum: ' they are likely to be in the future, it ^yiiajy shhketlieit teWAIM fear would not be justlflea in going further tie Winter that's to oomej than it did In the matter ot reducing Bat don't ��st6 ti*l* Hi'llsteilig to iwestem rates. MiirtiaV Ifctejr hate t* teayj TMChl-fstnias llhselV t^MMtalfiJk. tith W&*&*a atrtrthftr ^iy IW tfotht bfii^Iy ^irtHA ^ teinK. fMr . jeavfag doubt behind V&r l!)ia]Alk|r hittli aft� tevifkk trtst, this UAiOilgAricy, the coroner Uai Jiis ^ *yCosnmisston �Mht "af-lndgment as to the necessity \ cannot be- said to b� In'the lettht de-�*'^�>t ^ft'^n inaue'Bt. it .would ,be ,t%i6innlna our correspondent that pit jtlu^VoWt^ coming to a'declaion, f jr�llea-%� facte'and not on gossip. The,------r -.- "� ^n�v-u ^arry on V ^Iwc Wa-irefer to cannot think that: a protective policy in regard to the i'^V ahould outweigh facts. We t*rlir. Of this view Sir John Wlllison  i'^^rther add that no private citl- the chief exponent. Referring to ^y^^lH^tA tottt> the holding of an in- Monetary Times, In contradic- .. �^ai�. on the coroner. Such action | "On to what taay be generally etpect- gree sahgulhe. There are those who hold the view that no mattar the Government of Canada, baUt Farmer or Liberals It will be f)-AuMue a detenstvi r tbaK JIA tat-UBive |M>iieyw lln, He'Mtledt ftiust atwaya ava a po^iwmM fleet to prataat Shares Imttwoommerce. The ..^ira w�si^o4*. passing threufh ^itlcal perlodr but he had ha -".afvtha euteamc. ,-'---^ JiBOa hcr�� enormous .&eOUVIi:il,.^r G., I^c. 21.-Hun-,':of thousands of .cariboo are hg their-aii^ual pilgrimage to the 101, Say r^rtB trrrttf the Tukon. herds are-sild to % larger than, .and one story Jto|a of a boat: THlflO dabo a'AAattni(��, n itpMiM, tb'^v>-lat 4IIN1I6 dinc^ at gbtlftit tM ism- ey he neeaa to �af�^ oOt^tlalpytttrallk ^t'jracBn�. ite slboyia titm ai^pachted C^oBkl hia minister Of fihhttoa. A LUCKY ESGAPt . *1 suppose y�a weifiB awfully worried wh�n you heathd that yoar dao|[k> tw had albpwd." "Womedt I aftonid say aPtt it let laa dnt of tho job ot wenriag a^ fi��k ooat ahd ;|^Vln� her away ^bante a bttaeh �t paopia la ehahsk." eOMC ON, CVERBODV Election's past, the raca la mB� No eauae remains to clins in feaf ( NOW let's get busy-^vary oaa^ the-liaivy' ' " llhe way up frirta �oT Style. JftaoiJfBi�.alii Hfen lew keeMy the sudden chaAib Troinvlhe waitetlrbf %h� ittatagOMi. to thfe peattraMllfc %olll^ ^-^^^HA winter %hicii they ig^miam but >expressed . teSM(i�iat%���i who ordered the CTuuusuiuaui, ui. spec^l police reserve to b# faady on Vo""' ^^^^^ o^ � ooaijwow leva gei ou^^vary oaa^ speoBsl police reserves to Wi �?S!5*^;^^* up,.three 4ofre actually arrlvetl at. While ad '^Xa'CSttamtthity, with the result that! which the low tariff advocates can ....... vvtt hM. Ha'e�ect on the tax in the'always rely, such as the essentially iifB;^, OC revenue produciug. it was a' primary character of Canadian influs- 'Here, however," aaya the judgment, "there seems to be a general misunderstanding as to the real poai Wort-Blthteai. policy In Its Institution, | try, and there is also the effective aad in th'� ^petleace proves that too .jOhUch was rellad oh theory and too [ ' little on praotlca. � Oft-pHactpla there.may be a virtue i fa a luxury ta^ provided there is a ! oklretta attempt at differentiating be-r twben what are regarded luxuries and f! what are conBiderad to be necessar-) fl|�s. '/^to luxury tak should hc eo de-i^'Jl^lfnfel aa to bear on the rich pur-i ^ Qlwafr with whom money is no object I 4JDd not to Interfere with the purchas-I l^g power ol the people in genial. I IrtTMl iJi ,ii;.iaiataken ipirlt, iti mak-, Ibg-fiie^'Aiphtcry'h^Ce of life , ' iiffi^ufj^^^the ina^ pt I ^j|artainL'%oAmOdItias� It must tend to laneuage used ner by Illustration of what was accomplished under lr�e trade ih Great Britaiu." War revelations are Interesting if they are helpful in remedying defects disclosed. Whatever else it discloBes, the Jut-lamr despatches show that Jelllcoe was a careful man, and the end proved the wisdom of caution. It is not only the Mayor of Leth-bridge that has to complain of newspapers, as seen in the relations between the Toronto Slur and Mayor Church. mittlng that the -. the chief commission^ In his judg ment might be Interpreted as convey Ing the Impression that the board took into consideration the unfottuh ate financial position Of the C. N. R., U. is scarceb' neisfessary to iwlnt out that all the calculations as set Ibrlh i'l that judgment are based ob this figures submitted by the C. P. R., and that as a matteis ot tact, the Canadian Pftclflij Railway Co. Was the only criterion by which the board could reach a conclusion as to the Increase ot rates which would be required to enable a properly equipped and efficiently managed railway to maintain operation on a reasonable paying basis. "Of the course to be followed in this connection there was no difference of opinion among the members of the board and it is regrettable that the govemor-m-councll as well as soma members of'tha general public and of the press attached to the language of tlds portion of the judgment of the chief commlssJ3�3K^ a greater mcasurf; whea SURELY AMONG WILL FIND tlf � began to place iMii' 4&t4m% Hit holM&r nttiteil " inttruiiMto as long ago as last Mayp and Wi|b boancoUoctingwr^r since. WheneYeropportntail|ri#iri| ' to add something really meriMrilMii ii m0, - stodii we did to. The MHil il fbreduMigbl It plf^eed befoio y^iii fl tldi ^IttOto II oidlt Ibftfa itttti^ pressions of delight fOr IImni it nothing worth having in HllatbM instnkinents that ^e caiuiQt iUplilf ~ Pianos - Player - Pianos - Organic Victro^ -Victor Records-Mandolina: -Guiidrs-Banjos-UkttUles-^Auiohmrm ^0akOriteuu--im Imi aay imWiiUMim firaiia^w^ mnA at a prioo tiMit 4|l inTiltd-yottir visit wilt Ibe uriMdy Eveiything man, woimb. or duld Miy BBmI in miuic (or uae or for gifu during the ImK-dayi. it ready in our