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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILI HEHAUB MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1919 TCbc Xctbbriboe letbbritw, Hibcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY and yUl LriTHBHIDCE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, Ittl Strict South. LUhbridje W. A. Buchanan and Managing Director Jerrsncc Busmen HsLassi trwujtre io (tip imprests of high pro- tection. The iHcetlr however ruuy ba irant- id ihe merit at at lemst uot ditlDSenums when it T'ilh iCiiieKiins cf dlnasT the possibility ot rhp- Boird of Commerve removlus duties find causing revenue to be rais-1 _---------- eii bv lend (axes, or incotuu taiea oa upltal. The pinch c-f tha boot.., it i fitjzens Purchase W alev K.ghls it wou! to bs rvjm-ded ihu j :md protectionist, is tit'ms already felt iu j Huy .Moving Hrwl.v ihe or hHTlnE weir it, un-L j Gazelle is sutferlns Inn NAiDElEfiATES attack, TELEPHONES Office i Office JTHE SCHOOL BOARD 1251 AND NEW EXPENDITURES 1254 I There lias some cniicisui on llio aiiion of Ibe present Public School Hoard in auiiinriilug es tlii> couiins year which tmber Audrt Bureau ol Circulation SuoscM'ption Ratu: delrrercO. per weec Dmily, delivered, per year f. Bally, by null, per year ly, by mail, per year 7.50 5.00 1.55 by maU. per year to U-S- a.QO of expirr or subscription ap- daily on address label. Acccpl- >pndiiures far are regarded as not in ils functions bui ii: ihosa of tbe Board. The objpyiion one and holds water when closely ejjnnned. Oh ijen- -fll may Ije something in (he f rillclsm, but sentnl principles not alwjiya applicatls lo niii; Jre pjl'.icular C3tcf, with tie asraf areu- ibtt there is not cure for all diseases. Tba criticism Io Thick we refer are to llie policies of the Boird in rnsard Io free supplies and tell books to tbe pupils of !hu Grade schools and the raising of Ihe leach- era' salaries, whicb, in that they arc VllUflt I waieruurks b al last a reality, mucb 10 lie joy of ibc residents. The wau-r was lurucii Into tbe pipVs (be of: the monlh from Ihe iprins siiuaied west of Tillage. Thn if. cnilrely gravtiy aoil is c rod 11 to a town HTO limes our sf.te. The quillty cauuot. ba benien: cool at all times aud as pure us MoUicur Earth produce. Credit for ilia carrying out of this pldn entirely io ihe citizens hftve backed itls scheme personally. In order not io impair Turkeys and Other Fowl Brought mas Activities of papers after elpir.ulon rlato la our auiaorily to continue lie sub- KTipUan. THE FLUTTERING IN THE DOVECOTE Considerable pcrvjrtialuMi l.as been cirated ill [be mid] uf ihe Montreal UaMtIc- in ihP apprehension it in- feels over ihe excursion ihe Board ol Commerce into a field M-hick dogmatically stale; is "oalir..1- ly mibD'jt its domain." There is a Slutterlnp in She dovecote Jest tii sacred citadel of Irish rrDicclicn over ivhirt the Gazette stands innal may I-- to ths Srtool Board bas the village credit the waier were purebuseil by (he ratepayers personal- ly uud leased to tie Tillage. In len years Ihe Tvawr will pay !or itself and lie villa fee Till Irate ou asieL worth while instead or a liability to 'siratn thu village treasury t.uA boost ihe tueE. We are on the right road tad intend to keep up ihe gooJ wort It Wai 3 Dream TVe notice ID the lajt Fanners' Bulle- tin a masterpiece IB tbe sMpe ol a scenario, by a prominent reii- deni of ihe a dredm of tbi lee west of us. Ii is partrcclar riart of laVen to- as tbe ouicomo o! an j berie, as ii will appear fitly years -DmethiDE for the It would Gnffilh production loofc like Board to act on: a iaBlern siEje entertainment of "Lund. Let "us take tho rn-tlir cf Eree sup; I anfl aj it appears to- plies and books lirsL So (ar as it concerns a policy, it cannot be'fairly IhsL tiis.is novel in its re- jV-Jion to 1hct present Board. It is a policy which has been Ions delayed ii is true, but it is a policy, nereithe- nion of opinion it 10 what arc ihe fnr.ciions ol the ot Commerce. Of course the Mont- real is careful in nboTv ihal' i? Is more concerned with eipressing tue lescutmeni ii is JaborirB under in the thought lhat the Board cf Commerce is its powers in :tic proposed tariff enfiuiry; at (he same lime, jr. does not tba real reason for its indignation in threatened interference ivitit 'he- with the [oar it has liat Us liislr Walls 11137 topple. Ths Is iliere, charpi ibc Gazette ever EO wisely. The Montreal paptr thus ilselt "At any rate il is.rather startling. lean; llial it intends plowing a field entirely without Ms domain, and early in Ihe i'ear will enter upon a tariff inquiry. AVhat does fhi? mean? Has ibe Go7enirnent ahan- doocd Us 61 "a" iariif-timiujLS- slon, of an of tte opera- lion of the larltt by a committee of the Cabinet? Is the power Parlia- meiil Io be Tiaurped by the' Hoard of Commerce? there'Is DO need of s larilt inTcatigmtJoQ Tar Ministers it the Board of Commerce lf Cowley, lo Mr of Canmorc Mia, The lerrible cold snap that wo havi having for tha last couple o_ i-ccfes, wilh the thermometer sinkJng o 45 below, bas been brofcen ny errifle windstorm, which has la all wee Jr. Lalta and T. Shepherd return fA yeBlerday momicfj from Calgary where' Ihey have been visiting Colvin and the new FDD, Master Jack. The stork viMled the home of Sir ind Mrs. Albert Cleland on Sunda ast, leaving a fine baby boy- All the little lota in and about towi are looking forward to the Christma ree which Is to be held in Tustlan hull on the night of toe 23rd. Mrs. Buchanan White and Masle Robert Wilson and Mrs. Jack Grahan and son Richard sailed on Ihe Megan tlc-'from Halifax free, Clh. Tride Is Brisk Praise most ha given lo our slorefcccnsrs for the splendid fitock o Jhristmag Roods and toys 0.3 are ing iJIsplayed, Trade an money !fl' be flowing fJveryone is discussing pattem and for their costume for Hi faiicj dress halt to he given Xc i'ear's Kre under the of II: Women's In.siiliite, The 2: to go to Ihe TlobinEon fund, fund v.-hlch fs being lo ficn this Jltlle fellow away'to a nanaloriui for Irealmenl. This la ono of lh objcct.i the InilLlnLe ha ilACLEOD, Dec. 2'.'.- Feed conliauts o coBIO in smil] buo juy their dlrldenda ou the cicLmjo I hoy get (be beoelit ot In Ibis wny. J. U'anloston sou dbtUUur firm ol Hiram Walker _ Cut., iltcd at New York. Albert Kail, Lonilou. was crowded when tho Klnp and Queen and I'riu- cess ilary and thn youngir J'riucfs attended a moving picture oililbl' liven by the Canadian rallwAy on behalf of Iho London films deplctiiu Ihc Prince or nadlaa lour. Sir George Perle] presided nnrt live, royal party remiln ed dunuc Iho (realer part ot Ihi iv. Tho audlouco malulalueO I ning fire of enthusiasm as Ike in eldenla in every lown visited by tilt Prince came Into vlev, Pinclicr Creek U.K.A. elected thi fJlloHliiu olfli-ers roa- 1WO: J'reB) dent n Cook, Vice President S. P Hunter. Secrctary-Tn-asurcr S Lumi Directors II. Vny, D. Mcbougall A. >JcKcniie. ft. l.oes and V S. Cunii, uas elected ttela to the provincial election. To Prevent Grip .1 j "Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets" sure you get the Genuine Look for this signature on the box. 30c Christmas Slippers The most complete stock of Felt and Leather Slippers in Southern Alberta, (a most useful and acceptable Christmas gift) is lo be found in our store. The sizes run from 3 in infants to 12 in men's at reasonable prices. Such well known lines as Dr. Jaeger's, Kosy Korner. along wilh others should be f. guarantee that ihey are right, We have also Evening Slippti's in patent and kiJ leathers with or without buckles. v s, j Separate Buckles at prices irom 50c to pel- pair. Look these lo be fitted. Shoes for all ages. We will accept orders for fitting after Christmas if 3f arrangements are made now. 1_____ If 1 W.J. Nelson Co. Sherlock Building T-BTH Oar Own Co ETZFKO3I, Dec. and Salmon and Jesslan lett lor Leth- irlrtge on They ejnect le spend Ihe winltr'liere. The. Social Club spent, a very picas- ant evening Wednesday. Miss Ida Rlch.irdson who has neen iling with Jlra. Caslcy (or lha }azl two months, left for on ndaf. Mrs. Trailer arrived home Tuesday alter spending two weeka In Lett- J. Sargent arrived home Tues- day after a week In Calgary. Dr. Astrof and Jack Lllllc ol Fore- most-wcre vis tiers In town Sunday, Mr. March of the Union Lanfc, re- tnmod home from (lalpary, where ho underwent an operation. Jlr. March Is recovering raprdljr, Mr. and Mra, Jainea McFaU ar< rnor- Ing their fanilturc and stoclc back lo Ihe farm and lliey are gofng lo for the winter Mr. Jlob Hc-ndrrson made a (rip to Dow Island Sunday, Mr Osciir TMlloy returned home on Tuesday from Mr. from Gr.mlca a caller In (own We'lneaOay. (FrTO nnr llwn XATAIy, c, After n tpcll o( 35 below zero during the previous week, December 17, proh' heated to rcshtcr 100 telow' dawnc'l a drizzle of rain. 11 has been ralnins ever since. Tho mountains arc claar of -now .'o are (lie sidewalks while the road Is a stretcli ot Ice upon which naFluatlcm Is dangerous. The creeks are and bfc ca'ches grayling have hcen made. Tho paMIr: ncKool cloicd on Friday for twn weeks, The Junior illrlslons had (.'hrhtmiis Irtes and Sanla Claus dlalrihatcil Th'j Laili .-anly. AM al a -alt- jicttnlly, clcareil ahout 1200.00. o! ivork Tuc iLdilnp (iucs'.ion In ific souih coynlry at Ihe lime Is llif: manse (jucallrtn has beoii raun- A .-iniolicr wai lirlrl at the Sol Hera1 anil V.'OrXinen'K Club last nizhl. 1111- llard and CRnl competitions arc being hctrl, wlt'a lurxctl for the BBU.EVUE IJOASTS FINE PAIR TWINS WJJ.KWK. Dec. fJdr.slablc JlargarEon of the fWlcrue of A. r. P. while out looking for a man on Kriilay. anrcitorl fl nioonshlncr with Iwo Mills in one-ration, also a largo rruunllly of the gooils rwly for market, lie n In. the local Jjll'llll Tuesday, x-htn hr. romea up for (rial before -MasLstralc HohcrlEon. ncllevue is st'.ll On KrMay th'jrc were. born to Mr. and Mrj. William Christie. Mother (loins well and lather all smiles. William Yvillla'jH has bif.n at- Can Buy a Piano or a Player Piano This Christmas Wc-sicrn College al Oalgnry, retumed liome on E-JaturJay to spend thn Chrlstma.i holidays. 1'inancially, the IMmonton (ion asflrx [ation eiuled the yoar'a op- orations willi a surplu; ol Thcro was n surplus of on tho summer exhibition, but' against this ol the (fntclle a may. deal of Irritation amonu K Is reported that n local hrn.lalrt wni placed fltlmlnJutrallon Oxponsca n PBE tt-ccK. Tho ffrg IH amounting to nnd other nm- "Jll bO St'llJ'CJy ILLVtIL H holly wreaths all amuncj trie spicy scent ot spruce and hemlock announcing the on-rushing Christmas tide, how naturally Music and Music makers lake their proper place; THE CHRISTMAS words that mean joy for the. corning year and many years'thereafter. THE CHRIST- MAS gift that (jives the mastery of ail music Io everyone in your household, the gift that multiplies the possibilities of Music in your ho me by the number of people who live in The Mason St Risch Store, with its friendly and broad-minded methods for Piano selling, fits into your plans rind 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 BLOCK IU3BT SOLTHFIFTH ;