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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE UAILT JiKKAJLD A QUESTION OF INCONSISTENCY i The' Montreal Gazette la Us, col- oraos raises an antiquated lijuie tq snow that the Prairie Provinces hava no measure ot In _tha restoration of the. natural roiouces, oo theijlea, as It urges, It tikes a party -claw of the Issue !n trotting oat an old a ad now WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2X matte- bj design It power of annulling the decislqp It it so pTeasjd, hut bjitead fWd. about, and what is regarded by the of (or Ou this technicality th4 (ujiy fraded, anftl wits tie Railway tlaj It a Do You Know? TODAY'S ttUESTIONS letter In tbs nlphabet is the Eisst frequent goar.d d lead to the Man) tota appeal Trhlch carried with It the. 'Western tha matter of -the 5. Who Liarst" 6iaws can be to be .x tactful procedure not to oti the C P. H. Interests by making ruling the of the Railway Board; and, has taken the in, not, hijrt, ot (It that word} 4 at start mean? QUESTIONS withet Kas to the What was the Continental tern? 6. What'i_s Che earliest-mtkUoB'of j the game "ot: cricket? ot is rail 1U H looks ur.coBtmosly if the Govern-. tq 6 What J- wlno needs the origin of 80 i v "Gooa ANSWERS 1 Forget-me-nots of 2 A ticket or card, add'refers to nratcvt IA iT II. A Ur LitrU, HUU r6I9TS nreteii io prejudice the ment ana the Raitwl-j Board are the auclent custom o( claim ot these provinces, in that tha. eac4 (h card ot regulatloBS tg Bpirit actuatlai eack, Itt the thosalTwho inconslBtencv th. tha.; hare taken anVneer. incouslstenoy in the the Gowament a.nd th.s 4. A nama given to Napoleon's plan i, as at the time the WMI sugerj, and, wUl shutting out Great Britain from favorabla commerce with the continent of; os( Fme Opera House; Road Shows Now I More Truih Than Poetry By CXESTON, B, Dec. tho ot Gruri Is now to road shows up to :tha preient have passed tlie town up largely due to the fact thaA pin) house wa av nc( Liberal Party, represented in tha present Premiers of the provinces, an i tnands made, sidles-vwra received In lieu nf. tbe ,tmue to even i( decision in regard tn its to be carried, out arrives at, in that there can b.8. noth 6 the point of 0[ a m tile buai bejss ones common is x coshmissioner Rutherford, Is the raised in regard (o tbe present mind of the Prairie for tha rostUutlon ot tho natural reiouiceb zette_Aov.s a long memory in regard KauJay to one matter aad a start, aaj it may i opDortuflily memory in regard to i another. It the of, Bo JncOdsjBtenoj can be enuafty ,ef, urged against tha Conservative Party m tne judgmeat chairman of; ffiade bj; Sir. Rpbert_ Bpjden to hafcdj ston )n r.e.rar.d, as they th% pjovijjcaj their najural, wpiy tfl 0 p party he. at Qua time rep- nnda, resented came into power If. 11 Is a noeallQn of f to ike C e nael was on of iort YwB on to repair what the an nnfortnm a.ed ot' private ftfet.vace.) fto wjawtejaggeatloini toj.tie best way of wealing the dilem sjta before the on i %tt (In the ment) which is admirably- adapted for smaller she' ptibHc eithtrings, the Grand tlieatro on the main floor, vihils second storr is n commod> k'33 aad modarnli >prolnted daos- 1-tf haUT Giaia theatre has tie requisite sloping Boor and the. litest Uv ofera. t, waling capacity of 3W.- U ti every way conforms (o. the latest regulAtioni as to. aisles, exits, etc., provided by the moving relations. An orchestra pU rapabAs qf aeattng eight rmisk-- tsas is ta while in the mot- Ini picture operating room there ti the necessary spotlight equipment The stage is forty feet wide and h'ai a_denth pi Ji fwrt, tkft'M area as u> Wliitu asd depth !s car- ric-d through to the roof, thus making It possible to expedltlouEly handle the- curtainsj and; scenery the old- .rolling' process. A switch, pen el on the Etase gkes convenient control, ot alt t two, nww ot Lloyd Gttffftt LONDON, Det 23 his v fttght on ftemier Lloyd tast there are George pointed out a million more men natural resources was madg for tie.subBidles, may be said to contain! which is ab- sent in a pledge that 19 not redeemed. :0MiA'.-lo. haVa started thus early to get the machinery rthrtiTof tt? ing to hold a fajr in tha city next yearJhafi to too to The domlsiom nan smaller cities and ths, Bt'c interior. to eeatraBy located te the- r a o Kocm, iU RGZ in tlie oW. Auditorium, and. packad in the district, Lethbridge should ba, alive to Us responsibilities in enconisl Or thiog of a feeling that the undsry taTortni; tie C. P. R. K nwj in the month ot May. every way it can the f amlnTj jfa Board It, techW to Interests, ,a that tbev ira as of as IBJ rf tth concern and importance to wa5sTel7 hiaden, >n ttat lt WM annwl, V ud; em not the "public duly' but the Govern- ment also that read the reason In, fiily itself as they are to tie farming communities. -The men who have projected tbe Elap" of a fair should have with" them all .the encouragement and the co _ others in and! difflcnlHea and now aQknowledges Thrown, so defence, the Hallway ._ wiiOi of. tie in openly declaring, what nt first was e ttte con siderettom In the decision arnved at Mv allcfitedi of CM in- thA tie need of national 'dBfiMXe vsed "as asdidtslrlct, to malte ialHsl iuio a, teaj agricultural fair in' next jea.rv The gukjing. Cajjc should. b% to. mafce, -nith its prwwy of sLimalatiog the- efforts of- larm- in regard, to the rating 6T gr.ara togeth er Vjith ail go to are c4e8t4ere4 tie of a n tvavfilr. This, no doabt, the prac.-1 fortunate noiuUw of tha C behind tha. mqvesaent Saw I N R" sow, u a. second, party, practically repudiates what, the first party fn, the circumstances cannot do without pUclur. hlnuell in tha soaBwhat tnvldlois position of, as U were, taking back Ms words, no matter what the Intention was behind tha author, but as io how the interpreted it in the way it was ex- Board tools We their consideration, with alf tfta that has hem af- irKi prev talra fcelfl. HneA'there Is enltmil run on the proper 9 reason why an sgrt- Lethbridge should not only requires to be hind- led the spirit i The a fair in Leth- trldge has bewf in tha nature of a reproach to the city, In Its relation ta the ij'utslde comrftunlty. It is well io an effort made to remedy H now remains for alt to get together, and so make It possible for the city to _ lire Tip to its name in holding what r .Bhonji be the premier agricultural ex- hfbKten'in Southern Alberta. THE JU6QMENT OF .THE RAILWAY In deciding not to suspend the pres. ent railwAy rales until a final investi- gation and enquiry held, thus thwaHing the expressed desire of tho the Railway Board has shown Btubbornness of disposition nnrt has UKeii the arrogant that It has dona the right thing no matter how affected feel the force of the dedilpri 'as to th'a original, rafeiag of ths rarpn to bo unfair and dlscrim as it-relates to> tha West. Tho dovemment Iteelf has been WeaKfrnced In ific matter, and, fn- of taking a definite stand In the remedying of what has been shown fo be a griqvance, has rao.Tfe on Satwiay _ ID, tfoot. tkat Cteston citizens thst tha lovji deserves a in Ua MB, la- tarnWwd in. the tMt that week tk% Doalnlon Itauqua was booked to include Iu Us 19J1 slj-day summer tour itiu iJ'TOl aHaia. ow urn togettS" Hi tke added that the gor "re tjie THE CONVERSION Of JOttAH Haritat to Si? on t diy, if ttay ware d "Ow't iKxne to oM4 to pawl, Uy V) coax BM to I don't care how win4 howl Or' htt-r the tots may 'I'm not to it jwoyle still Have children that 4hey can't take care of; st uthors fwd-them. U thay wiU; t owe no lebt that I'm aware of! ?a. lot no caih lo give The poor are they're luy, anyho.w, 'round ChrlstmM Day i whole wqrid a One ChritlSiX gvo Josiah. found his dqQt; ijs aearly i, came 'touadl UA iwrxes'Wera severely. tn. Sot vaH. a, 'a sequel; Tou'd thjflfc. tte. w.aj JoaiiJv brags, That his child never had an equal. bw bawt tte H, ill iss 18 ta tie Tbii wilj maerWh'. tko and foe mjmj otiMint to Mte XcCeaaiU, raaignitd. The bout- is advortiftes for a teacher to-SJI tioa ami to! High ScbooL ThsJuiUw bocktjr teua has imnc- ed for a game with tha on TuMdar.'cTWmg. On nut, Dec 26th, ChriaLmaa sWiees wttl In I tie lutUttHcMl At aa astkm "Holy in the aveamg wm sing "WVtm Shejhardi AbkStor ia Their and Mrs Rcgw.' will gicg appropriate The IMT and- anticipate- a Mg- ness. Mr Prank Oraftani kM Colenwt He ta satkmal Coal Co. TH On e's always eager to rears 'tow He's always eager to rears 'tow troM Jurftulation _. thai; V, was, Hie uLany o> show He now believes in Santa Clans, And wants the waote glad world to OVERlQQK THIS QHAHCfi Babe. K.tb. tor MC- mHUng a Tori hto, and tor _ wetting. habr toalc tuttinoaial. Wtto wO.1 Oral in. the. fteld) with Babe Roth pincake A. Bellir, Pi. woman wai fined; CMtfy whp object to tax. likely to receive a great ape. not rwoarku o ten to tie- QaaadJkn, cjWwt, njnaljy It to sUtsd, taXeft the, grades, w tfctw art Huaipn wu naea KO neu; UHrvtjnM capdy and tha Ptt a, charge of a, conmoB acoM. i which IN PASSING J. H. BlMkar, Ar Buy yMn prielor of HMM, Tran- onta-will enslt, at lace iftte irtB at th, Hind. at a npxrote, ctwtt w Hveral tMtv tkc, As for automobile fcr pounds tor. cpj any and Tlew of_parlia 'of BmlgratlAfc Solution In Jceejing with Jne_nremier's cam? Sfr Griffiths ap Fime Now Cut (NFFraVorU lo Wlai, saja, Gsbriele has; replied the' Gen- eral Cavlglla 5 tjeo. con Ttrj pressed.1 now slates Canadian Pacific Railway vis the only -critsrioB by tha Board could reach a conclusion as to tha In- :e of rates'' This li something which the West has yet not only lo be convinced of bat to be shown why It should "bq made the principal suf- ferer in helping out the 0. P. R. The Judgment as to the Increased rates was evidently a stampeded judgment, the Board hiring taken what teems a willing fright in what was put up to it by the railway corporation. This Is made clear in the present Judgment when Mr. Rutherford "Tie Board was faced vrth the alternative of a general iirikc if (Ihe ralto of wages on the part of C. P. H. employees) were not met." He than goes on Into affect Jtriko would' have had on the move- ment ot tha wealern crop and coal supply. He does not prove why burden of averting this' conlingency should be placed unduly on tbe Wost, in making only a difference of per cent, in rttes In Weitern Canada witk lal conference year _ yon meet Unued the premter, angry it yoa refer to Canada's, hard winter. They say their wtnUj: (s tha most cheerful time of and There wlU wisteM Sumatra In trade and eaipjoymt wbtterer we do, bnt H would be great thing if we were able to have oor as tie Canadians and] to see at any rate it was not a win (tr la wlikch honest men whe had done their best lo serve their conn try were thrown with their'families Info the cold to starve" East. Mr, Ratherford sli.te.s'thal disparity of the Suit has-long been recognized as an established and unty very recently accepted condition That "untH'-very" receElly" tells Jta own tale of ot tbe decl Blon arrived at by llie Railway Boari] It urges the need at Immedlate'action in the present burden (he increase of rates U inflicting' on tlie' West. It looks as if the Railway Boird, In its present attitude; consliers'tlie, rail- way corporation first and the" inter- ests of the West second, 'Wialever the C, P. entitled to shou.M tonslderatlon, but ihla.does n-j{ mean that the should the sole sufferer in befng'indiscrim- inately mvlcted (o pay what'the Board regard's to be Juitlflably due to the C. P. R. Boird nor the OoveiniMfrt in a Reply To Ultimatum and Action era! Vockada The r. an, itR- tkat all ttje- his wilt sort of aTC> Tke dispatch graphle Ftvne ROME, Dec 22 and twetty of Oaljriele lonarlw, with, machine pros, tapdtd at Castelvenzer, northeut of at the soattiern end ot the Montagna tonnel, according to the Stefan) agency The waj with- drawn to Sara. The -newi agency says d'Anaunzlo's lBsafles are spreading reports of other Impending incursions into Dal mails. TO REPUDIATE, OIL RIGHTS BobhevUis Preparing to Grant New Concessions in Baku and Grodno Fields which already average from 15 to U wry pleaslnf llftt to has so far real suthority It IB th. cent higher tban thosa in tho tranipired. Dec. prints a report that Leonid Krassln, .Jhe Russian soviet minister of trade and commerce, his with (wp British oil concerns with a view to grantlni them, ,con- cessfonsln the Baku and Grodno oil flew? which are said, normally to prodace 95 pnt erode oil of Kuala It Is saM that "ml1lf6nn of pound's sterling of British capital are Involr- ia tie fletdj of silly companies already are. engaged li exploitation declares tbst the Bolshovik appareijUy ara nlng to repudiate rlghU'ln brdar to obtain greatly-needed Im'porU for sew IT IS! 1 MOST ADCQVATE Of TW CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. IT B THE MERRY PART OFGHMnN MAS, AND THUS A MUSICAL GIFT, IS DOUgLX 4MMIW; v-v fi OF MUSICAL GIFTS THAT WHJJ AFFORD LITTIINCI'S ENJOYMENT, NOWHERE CAN YOU FWD A BETTER SELECTION THAN AT THE MASON fc R19CH STORE l IF YCHJt HAVE NO MUSIC YOUR HOME, MCIDC TQ OBSERVE CHRISTMAS IN FESTIVE FAMILY WITH' v A MASON RBCH PIANO A MASON RBCH PLAYER-PfANO A MASON RISCH PHONOGRAPH BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBR1DGE 1 ;