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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUfc Till', METunrviDGE DAILY UERMJI TUESDAY. DECEMBER 23, 19U ttbc i other rhroalcld of (ho aclkltes ol Ihe Canadlnu Corps ihal will appeal to e.f cr? TDCtfllDj prese Proprietor! and Publlttori THE LETHBRICGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Cth Street South. W. A. Buchanil Prwliient and Managing Director ilth'n Tcrracice Business Mamse TELEPHONES Bwlncu Office editorial Olflce Bwiker Audit Bureau ol CircuUlloni Subscription Ralei: per seat .....S .15 per yeir 7-SI> Dally, rre the record of Ihe I Corps. It does not cover Ihe four i years ol iho bul the last huudivd I days, ami afler reading H. we can Iharuly imnsuie acoihpr HuuJrcj days In iho four in wLIca the jCuuadiau Corps pUyoJ so glorious I and prtfit a. pa''- "Cftuada'a Hucdred U urllteu by young nun. who was with tha Canadians frou: Amiens to Mous, as un. J. F. I we all retueiut'er. iis j itau newspaper wlio j (old us la lic-5? H Interest story of the of Cau.idir.u- tro'jps. H-i toM of j jour men. Al! his dispatcher cj with soul-slirrSns episodes. I read and uclerstooJ. Pn II Is with his i boot IluiidreJ wr opening chcinls .read aud Amiens to Alone, c-an Everyone Took 1'art, f tie Tots Mngralh Soldier Home IMARHIAGES ANJ) SANTA'S VISIT PROVIDING THE LEAVITT EXCITEMENT U'Nm Oar cprraappndfnt) LEAYITT, Boc. here nearly reached the epidemic. as Is fhown hy Ihe ltd lhal Ltavltl hap witnessed three within I.; the past few days, ralher a num- ber uj nroporllou to population. The .hayfV.-.-jung rouplei "TO: Miss Pearl i :i Ha'ilini and Oweu Uedford; Miss 71na Baker acd Loran Stoli; aud Miss F.lh el Swenson anil James nroadbent. The Iivaviit kiddies are lookine for- _____ by mail, per year Wwtly, bT mail, per year hy mail, pur year to U 5.W 1.50 IK n very DD9 entertainment ient.M Ly Ihe (e-chers and pupils .ha vuWii school.' Tho house' wes wtlh a verr appreciative aud- aud promptly at S o'dort the chcims V35 given hy Ihe ptip- Krora itls'ot ihe.higher This was a j ward lo a good lime Christmas Eva In el chu hard-tlmo spirit that jseeus lo exlsl. The primary assocla- nv to see that they are not disappointed. A monster Christmas Treo Is lielns all ready for tho eipeclcd TlBll of Santa Clans and a big program .ol songs, drills, dialogues, recitations, etc., by (he Iheniseires la being pre- pared, under tho direction of tha LeaY- Irt H-13 T-J-1" Uilutjr lllu Ullcmuu Ul ,uu U Mtnary Officers and Miss Mary iiio CtcaJians bv clay and nteht ileljute {n file baulp, Lheir schtovememi. anil s'ory iti tlio noble part they playei in those Dttes ol eiplyj ot auliscrlption ip-idiyi ihai broasat victory. .-Mr. Uya- ir dally en address label. is rifitlre ot papers alier eiplraVton ti onr auUioriiy to conUnus lie THE YARN ABOUT COALITION i'. ..Tbe Calgary, A.beriaii. i story of tbe be la no 'ess a reaj Cajiadfan, anil so termintug fmc'.or iu those hundreil days PAH be valued the Terdlct ot a rho wne tiot. ?o sung tiw Hood, assisted by Tho noxt Pif' a 1'ttie operetta, treais the be wb'olly tiry Herald occaalonally, he points out faults and so do the' or the leadership ;u does tbe Canadian Corps sulfer. or- ficlal record lecbniral; tbis 'book The Calvary Herald bomb thcll became 'dud wlieu it lind Kou. J. Coic. as itic niiui5-ULL-rlns iurldenus. but is a ,tcrs vbo 77- McLean, Mou. A. G. full'of lite aatl action, and hem Elngnlg "the solo. Tho The Cruise of the Trunrtlo DeJ." by tho lowest rooms, ]si and' prade, Ticder Uirpciton- of Miss Tliorpo and Mrs. Taylor. About .75 children "took part. Tlio ecenc lljo tiro small boya who >cen put (o bed too enrly find they a i-rulse srouml Ihe world. Tbe boys were Dean Glbb and Denis Fletcher. The Kntry (Flora" Mergler) cnr and bcr part In a pleasing ner. TTnelc Sum tbe firsL one to was laVen by Hac he ?ang his story, then rarac his Boldlera and sail- then coniVs Johnny Bull (IlouMTrt after him his solJIors i all singinE ttcir songs la Una Thcii fime the.- French, dolls. i of iho school Sunday school officers nre seeing to he Christmas glfi end ol tbe enter- alnucnt and old Santa will be In- structed to Oil tho Blowing of every child with randy, nut3 and apples. itereu man- Kould likely relirt. They! laitbinl chronicle of the record of ihe re all elliclonl administrators an'l Premier Slewirt, even LI he thought ot Coalition, would hardly drop Ihcse three, the Slewan governnicnl. is a prosresive government anil EJ long as it keeps up hs 'cord, there is no necessity ol thiokiur; Bbout a Coaliitou. Consideration or.a Coalition lusi now would be a coa- lesslon ol weatness. The spoil ol I'anadlnn Corps. It is not iictlon on any page; the truth and ndthiug but toe truth, is its outstanding character- istic. The last huniircd days lound Canada fighting in th: seominsly Im- presnable spot5. This .book tells us LOT our boys overcame.all Ihe GbMa'- cles and TVOD their way to a -well de- served peace, at .Veins. Jlr.Livesay es- dolls all looked very sivccL Along carr.o the Japanese girb let! by Moxine Mercer and KIT.e Sabey slnslng ti solo. Then we visit Switzerland a.nd Iho milk niaids and shepherds sing their SORE. take a peep at Lapland and Tha then appeared aod sans a little solo. All thcs? children did .extremely jvell- i Some al 'them suffering from jUige overcome It and did "The. nil these children 'sans well. Man-ln-the-Mocn ILylc Greenl Irisht but soon i ihclr parU well. tabllshes that the rk olo Canadian und" Miss Stonehoiise, ..jrm weather is liiely responsible [Corps cont'ributeo any for the Calgarr HeraW's clothesline j other combined the political yarn. A REGRETTABLE SCHOOL INCIDENT In regard lb' what took plies in the High School receuUy ,in connection Triln a cerl-in presentation, withpit jolng any furtlier into the matter eaoinal but regard the incident one. The mader has a certaic .amount of public feeHng, and our.present purpose refer, lo a letter ui yesterday's Jssuo Reeling it "over the of Mr. J..1V. Bawden. ,.We have no. desire to traverse the Board, but we cannol kelp f-STeeiag .with 3Ir. Bawden that 1 "thero Is somelhuifi to he said as to Ihe rpanner of this finding. '-Hear al Hides" is a maxim which applies equal- V ij- to public bodies, snch as the School Bonrd, zs 11 applies to individuals in at judgrnent.--H-ft'puia-.bave ;pTen Iho finding of Iho, Board a bet- Isr and. we inigb't aidr fliii appealing v reception "were (he other Elds ot Ihe .heard. the -words "careful iove.alica- tlon of tbe to Thlch Mr. 'Biwden refers, nave an 'There appears to Us no reason wfcy Ibe Board should not hare heard tte other side ot the story. We cac quite realize that the tnnleea in rather a delicale position, in the (act thal-ibe roain was as lo how their decision would affect perl.-Ki ol the last hundred to aVrtjirall of. the chomy a'nfls.- Every page ol tbe book .is an. inspiration; they reveal ths-'lnlatiallTe, the sell more thftn "have read. -Lliesay's "'corrt'rlbtiLion "will tbrough coming' years, stand to tie [creuvjnl as the most human and' fitihlul Ihe sreal service Cana'di's- ''cllizfri irm; rendered lo i: wjs artistic ana pretty, consisting .61 16 girls led by Ducllle -Jassey, In costume.. The AnJl-chorvjs vras fine, present d bv a crowd of young boys from Iho 3rd room, dressed blacksmiths, un- der, dlrecrton Grant Woolley gave .a monolpglte, .to Say" by'James "R'hltcorca Hlley, accompanied on the piano by need-Hacking. ot the present price, d .ibe aaTr.e ol b'ach diamonds. CKristmas week. One can hardly realize II. Time cerlaicly flies. H is not a case ol Home Dule lor Ireland only but Home Hule for Loth- bridge, and it is not an Irishman, but a is agitating Io.r II. FINALS OFMES High School Debating League is To Hold Next Session On Jan. 23 Tha returns for tho pre- liminary round In tha High School Da- batlug League Have beer, reeelrod The subject was iho Loague ot Nai- Carddtou; margta 6.5 poluts. M pill cine, lint vs. Creaceul Height 3, von br Calgary; rufiTgla 3 points. Caratatrs vs. Tied Deer, ivon by lied margin S points. Camroso vs. VegrevlHe. woa by Vee- revllle; margin 3 points. Tha will be held on Fri- day, Jasuarjf 23rd. when Cardslon will meat Calgary aud Red Deor ivlll be. ivilh VeeroTTTTe, the aubject bcliiff Gorernment Ownership of Unll- Lhe negative teams being tho visitors In each cast. Abboli or KJmuilon Is l from 1505. hucan, Out., to Kdinootou, Ho came troal. Subjoqueutly ho held, c Capt. Harold Andonoii. a returned oHIoer baa beeu head cl tlia publicity dopirtmeut ol the Alberta Industrial Development Association. I'remlor Dniry Ontario, Is lo a speaker ut tho Saskatvhovvan Grain Growers conyeullori in ou KehruAty 10. H ut Lonilon, Stratford. Eteter, l.caui idgtou, St. Ma.ji.. and WMkorvlllo, re tiring from active work In 1S99. Mr[ JarV.Fau was president ot Ihe Ixjndot Coaforenco In _ I Manager Uarrett, ol Korlhen! Hotel, has an oraago trco with be Dcautlful orangos ou IL somo o! t lie at- turning rlue. Some three year-} igu, A. Muiz up BOIHO aiualj ircca froQi (ho Rod MTB) liar! rell has cultivated Ihom until shii Hev. Georgo Jnekson, suparanuaiea j has Hnally eot Oranges rlu' Methodist niluUtcr Is dcail at In Keinlo with the leuiptiraturt' vllle. In 1SGG hu entormi the Mi'thod-1 around 30 below icru eounda 1st being al Mon- Forule Free Press. j Enlerfninment Decided Success School SlnlT is Reduced XKrom Ouf Oiyn Ccrrejrwndrlit) j CHAMPION. Liec. four chief events In Champion JurlngMast were The regular mceting-of the Younj People's club; the Wood- men Social eveirinff; the intertiiinment ftnd ft Tveodlng, and for two people, at least, the'last was the most-Important ot all. Tho club meeting was not so.'wpll attended as usual owing to various causes, but there were about twenty present. During evening the inat. lers of a boiing clnb lor 1he boys and a circulating library were diseased, and ivlJI be Ukeu up nlier Christmas. evening.'put. or. by; the Wood.TH-n .was well attended, nud an enjoyable "evening was speni in rnusl- irnjgram, .games, lunch, and dauc- Ing. About 11 p.m. the crowd adjourn- i for lunch served in" the The "Billy Ben1; pirate play VaMdinins room of the hotel, and dancing amoug. Jhe best amateuy ono .resnuieU..iiU. ijia. usual :liour..... would'wan't ia ssc- This' The Christmas cheer by elgbt girls df ihe Gib grade, undorjon evening was m 1 of Sliss MerriSl. Ernest I success and netted, a, balance of about Po'ulsen as "Billy Bpn''-Loiovlt Jensen seventy dollars The eye- as Tonapkins" Reea Bcr-nett, ning {in musical program; BLAJIE RUSSIAN THISTLES FOR DEATH OF HORSES Trnm Our Own GRAXLEA, D6C, and Mrs. Elcphenson and Mr. H. Clayton" ivero visitors al Mr. and ilra. Wares' I on Suuday! Mr. K. W. Cooligc, the storekcoper at Pleasant a valuablo Imrae this week with colic. Mr. T. H. Prowso made a busineas trip to Thursday, SeTcrnl formers report ioslng horses In Ibis district. Mr. W. Stcphenson st one Thursday, and T. W. Dyer. v, cic. The lluEslari tnislle does it seem to be very good horse feed d some claim that lo ba the roaaon many horsea are dyinj. The post office authorities hare de- ded to" leavo the Granlen post otfice its present location induflnlMv. The Prospy U.F.A., will hold eir fluuual meeting in the I.ancas- r school house, Saturday, Dec. 20th. IB.hoped all members will make an fort lo attend." also all desiring to in for" Iho coming year, The chlnoot winds ol Iho past two ays have cleared the 'fields snow once more. Farmers are bop- S Ihe weather will last a while and (ho stock a chance before win- proper sets in; the discipline ot the vas where, diplomacy school. Here was. needed, comes "to l Durham rls- ng" in -price, it 'is time smriliers look .he hull by the horns and quit smok- ing.- 'i baby In NapaiieerOnL, sat- ed the lives of many from" being snuff- ed, out through suffocation from This Is an application In real life of the fable of th-2 lion and the mouse. V a point would have been gained In affecting Ihe very dlsclplina thsy were BpprehensiTe of. by hearing teala' version of the Incident- Thej yoniiR mind U reasonable If approach- The attempt on the life or Lord' French In Dublin brings hack recollec- tions of the famous Phoenix Park mur- ders. History is trying 10 repeat It- self in Ireland. Bcr-nett, the all' were--fine .and The.girJSj Glaclys Bradshaw as "Aunt Alico StodiarU and Dsla Sabey as "Canni- bals" and Lottie Matklh and Gertrude .Tomlinson, Ihe "girls'', all 5bo- and'-will soon be sltglng real shows no doubE. The charactrr song, f.f-Olh'er Days" by tho High Schod! girls was fine, showing all styles br hats from 40 years back. .The soloa sung by Aleen Hodges, Dudley and Fanny Taylor. A pretty, minuet danced by (onr girls and four boyg from the 4th under dlrtcljon of TJIsa en- Joyed by allT In tunia, the- cnildren" Jcllentty- drill, last but nol leaal, predated. The school cadeis bolng trained hy A. J. .Mercpr did fine. work. Ted by Haroii Tha entertainment wag a grant! success and all concerned are to be congratulated for Ihelr splendtd work. A neat bum o? money was cleared, It will to purchase hooks for tbe school lib rary. Last Soldier Home. XepM Head returned "last week from overseas, he has spenl There Is no hope of relief from the prices for sorae tlmo to Board or Commerce. reasonably, and the taking of it jnlo coutldence ifould have 1s crealiy to have smoothed mnlters over Well, prices are hopeless any way, L- Weaver. Ilcspeler, has an- for Ibe good ot the High EcTiool in! ttneral instead or leaving, as II j nounced hla Intention to agn.ln seek Ire-election, There is something of some time In 'his country's serrico In ihe Aerial Corps. He "la tbe last Ma gratL man to return. After-tho Armls tfeo wag signed. Mr. "Head, stayed Ir England where ha has spent most o )il3 time. AH are glad to welcome hint home. Weddings of Interest lo local peopl arc two In number, the first thai o Miss Sarah Merrill, who hag been teaching school here, whose homo 1: In Illll Spring, and Mr. Eldcri Tanne of Canl.qlon. They were married In bat do at present, a smarting imprts- CANADA'S MEMORABLE HUNDRED. DAYS.. The war' IB over aail in a by people want to forget about IL Tha old time worid of peace, aod plealv t'ncir chief concern. Yet we must not for- Bet Ihe war, Il3 anil its eacriticoi. We muet not bury- the -tchO7emcnls of OUT men an-J forget their rator and glorjous deeds. H only by keeping always before UH tTic freat played In Ihe wa; by cur raea, that TVC can gather the In- rp Ira I Ion 'o emulate Ihefr Courage In' dealing with the. problems of the present and (he future. Volumes by Afferent seeing ;he war from he spiril orKing Bruce'a spider in his man- Wearer, in trying to weave his web" again. hare tod publlEDCd. Cold, technical delaiU hftTQ chroniclol In ihe. official .reports of the Field Marshal nnd the These .aro vain moro to tho military men, than jo th6 citizen. A very elabpr- f He report of this cnaraclor, deaiing F Tvilb Ihe Canadian Corps, exist.! in '.hook form and It i? prized hy all The latest Ibtng in raids in Ireland by .Ihe malcontents Ma tho "cutting down of limber, Is it a case of "saw- Ing wood" until the camp alga rlc- relons? Salurdar. Miss Eesslc IHglow and Mr. Nclscn of Kimhall, were also marrlc on Saturday. JJoth young Jadfea gr and well- known 'In -Magral and have the best wishes of all thel frletds. "was. given In honor jo Miss- Merrill on Thursday evening- n and danc: and "the JlTTO-hundred patrcm? went away highly pleased with the nvliQla eTening. On Saturday at fo'nr o'clock a Laura Belle Grldcr id Mr. Albert Morris were unltei marriifp by (lie Her. F.'T.-'Gook ie_young co'uplc lelt on the evening atn for after Ihe honey oon they will live in Ihe neighbor ood. The Christmas seivlce was held In IB 'local Sunday evening hen [here was a full honsc. The hiet. feature of the'serylce was pccial music, all of which was ex client, end .included Solo by Mr Campbell, quartette by Mesilanic loberts and Starr1 and Messrs. Camp ell-and anrl an choir. An entirely new fealur the_TjoUji pan lent .by, AnderFon which much cnjoyei lo the falling off t the the Iru3 ecs have -reduced the, by. o ntraber to New Ye; poor attendance !s Incident lo many large families leaving for th winter, and wllT'only prevail (111 th 'pring. Ihe friends ot, Mrs. Roy I-ock ;relteii to hear of her mother's .de Calgary last week, follcwlhg a operation. The soft weather .of the last fev- days has again, Inicrferrcd Tvltli th progress of ihe'curling rlnft. How, hoped that in a few da> t will he ready for use. In the mean .irpe the fans arc becoming Impallen 'o set a; the roaring gatnc. Almost any day now you might Chnmp'mn ivell represented on 81 YC., Calgary. J. O. P.eld is sllli shipping calllc oa of the rountry. U doesn't rcqui niuch an Imagfnallon lo, ses tb rush .next paring for rG-stoclilng.- ?lr. A. U. CaMwcll left for-'Ca lornLT last'JThursday, ho e peels to Mra. Caldvc (or, the .rest o[ 1he winter. the'home'of Tole'rtrnp. was the recipient of many beaullfu and useful HefrcHhmcnls wnr SRrvefl by Mrs. Tpleslrup and Mr Given Tanner. Tf there is any truth'in the commer- cialism of th" urc'cnt time. It is de- noted in [he building of a hotel on Ihe alle of historic, Dtvonshlre JJousc I'fccndHly, fxiiiflon, The order there Is cerlainly thanking. PrcscriplhTi blaakfl arc erldertlly as of much valu? as coin of the realm, 33 denoted by the big haul (he burglars In Kdmonton made. Tht-rd must' ho a numher o( ?ick persons In iho prov- ince (n the demand for them. Mr. A. X. Sprinkle Vai; "a visitor In Lilkom Wednesday: ICKED UP IN. TOU TDK MAN Edmonton may provide hoL lunches or .pupils lo some of Lhe'schools. George McGregor, former reeve or ID ihe SlayoraHy oC "tctdria. Hellj-er Droa., of lown- Norfolk county, received n U.. S. money for.their year's pro-, uctlon of henefiL of the dliTcrencea I liaogo. i _H-- Thos. AblioU, father ol AM. Percy What Gift is more acceptable than a pair of Xmas Slippers The most of Fell and Lealher Slippers in Soulhern Alberta, (a most useful and acceptable Clinslmas gift) is to be found in our store. The sizes rti'ri infants to'12 in men's at reasonable prices. Siicli lines as Dr. Jaeger's, Kosy Korner, with others should be a guarantee that they Ji re right. also Evening Slippers in patent and kid leathers with or without buckles. i Separate prices from 50c' lo per to be fitted. Shoes for all ages.. We will accept orders lor fitting after Christmas 11 arrangemenls.are rir.-ri .-i" '-Sherlock Building 'flic? Toroiiln Slar In its news ml- umm S6J-S Ilial a In llir, price of wheat dumcllc ron- sumption may be expected (n tlie near future. Wllh Ihe nrice of cvcry r R-ho possess II. It is en oilltis! ;o- 'Mng not mi but cxpeciecl lo r.a of Ihe blue Look lyiw, arid lis I up, I ilallon Is HniU'jJ. I iicrc Iiaa'JIIDI finctj an- MTIAS Wud of I? a on It b as had as saj-jng "Ctirlsi i coming SKVKX I'KflKOXS1, Lite. nre nrj-.v ;i rtii clilnrwk allcr liic SCVPFP jlorsrvw hftvc ccr- Ininly tarn} Iwillj- in Ihh stcllon, many (lying vhllo (lie rest will hnvc lo hayr; ronio (nrc In brfns: through any jsnvnrc weather tn tlie rul'.irc Tiionlhi. no In siRrit, iho proapocl IS ccrl.iirily M. a ijieelinx inc. 2'llh (lie ilrclo'l o'ftrprs for I'j2'i, as folli J. ?I. Slrsntl. Slrlnger. STi-crl, .Tnhn Joljn W. Iliczard, Joe Vkmil. jlrXcil IVicnils of Mr. (n Ulhlirldge will ue sor to. ticar ihttt iheir IILlIn rlrl, Hazel, three ycar.i Is al prcscnl 'an in- inalu nl tho general bmpltz'., cine Hat. .she had a serious opera-' lion on Thursday last tiut reporle'l 39 doinff well. Hazel Is popular with everybody. Too had slic will tiare to Chrislraaa (n Ihe hnspltaU I Mr. ami Mrs. n. J. Ingram and Rasll led us some ureelu ago for pas- ture.! ami am al p.-esent, we be- slaying In LclhbrHlgc. We srown iijia we .ihonld mlas Buth hind and rrmrtrous people; now XmHJ Is here and il do-.'s not seem Ihe dame lo the clil'.ilnn wlllioul Mr. Ingram .round (lie- Sunday ncliool. Wo liope that il v.'ill be them to cotne hath lo us. Ihmi. Mr. son, :joillli of town, waa hrcaklnR.ln a horse T tlay, U ran away' (he InflldliiK such injllll'ja In Hid boy Inrtt unconscious for finite a nufnhfr nf hours. He was taken to the Mcdltinc lint hospital ftlday. lep. Anthony, of Kansas, declare? Immediate pomnragnt action to re- Jolm dlico nl newspapers nnd maziv Ulues la netcssfin', ns II. a. pnper mills hnvo contracted tur liolf ol ntxl .u I gear's outing ......._...... AN IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT A Mason Risch Phonograph BACK pf ihe splendid Phonograph-are the experience a traditions of half a building Pianos of high and est the Mason Risch .Phonograph. ha.s been im- -.parted the-same knowledge of tone-building principles that have 'made Masoti Risch Pianos and Play- er-Pianos famous (or half a ccnlliry. Let us demonslralc to you many ways in which the Mason Risch Phono- graph is it a Jew min- utes in our sound-proof rooms; and the chances are you will want !o hear it all your life uf your own homcl We offer you the accommodation of weekly or monthly payments, extend- ing over such length of time as may. be you, within reason. MASON RISCH LIMITED BLOCK HBCT SOUTH FJFril'ST ;