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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta rUUn and'Publishers THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD POINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Hfl Street south, Albtrta and Director JOHN TOKKANCB Si Mttnager Member Audit Bureau of r. Subscription Rites: 1 Daily; deilviSreiV -K Daily, by per. Paily. by majl for InUr by mill. 1 Weekly, by rhan. per Weekly, Sy mill, fir year to U.S.....MM Do You Know? >ll tailed by making it compulsory for I the people to, purchase at home tsj just as foolish'as the short-sighted policy oi discouraging production by i less work, so that a greater number, This pol- icy has. .been tried put .by. Labor lu Great Britain, with tho disastrous re- banker, ascribe his rise in suit ot lessening production, and s-> 2. To what is the invention aggravating unemployment instead of encouraging employment. We see this Qre'at result today, in the .unemployment Inj 4. What were iiong merchants! Ihe Old Country, with the urging ot -1---1 emigration as ono of its solutions. Unfortunately there are too many Of the Johnuy-hcad-in-air individuals around, .who, their gaze upwards TODAY'S QUESTIONS' To whit did LaBtto. the' great 6. By what trivial Incidentals the life ot Napoleon once saved! C. What ia scagllolaj WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What letter In the alphabet is on tbelr patent policies v i doctor, At.the general bt I Bcllevue, along a'Jurr'tMjj'eTenlri ipuad Warren Hlgh treason. 5. Ferdinand Mendez a" Por- (Continued from' front page.) ;.l'efsr'. jP.1 l.preserving .hV BlUish con- witness-.called. SThe doctor's evidence was less of an e'xpert char- acter. .Ho Vald Mrs? .McDonald had by adding. to the 'comfort an'd' becomes ''of.'- speciar' Interest' 'prior to "being 'placed under anaes of IISJEC whoftcatel on1 realities itiriugs to -light. I IheliC) nor was hci' present when de. -These very -close considerati'ia and. a tul weighing ot tha respective -merits' of tho Individual stories. Tivo ies lost.out, in any ot the winning chances they might have had, Silicon- Elderably exceeding the limit of 1500 words set.: In acconlance witb a.no- tice published by.the lleraia a.reason: able leeway.-was allowerl..ln case [bis was found any torUo.complete a story- Thls.leeway, which for-the raost.was rectoned'to run around 200! wbrds.br sor than exceeded in (be cases'iiientioned, with the result, that the 'particular stories not.only fan than ISOff w.ordsNliul .were spoiled' ia .their I'll try. to keep bellevia'.UU'Ke comes in his power to keep the children heW. The riles select- it.-at-the same ofr-'passengers. Commissioner on lilne. ayoldjng "She rnay is i no-pi op'cfatiou at 'Is bad slightly devi eloped. ________ .....___ tnis.'was. .not'sb.apparent, and tie i .madb'tlie' be intetesllng .to without any! pr.ejndfce in the way it ,w it mignt; ne siatea.inai many m ;h know w'hatVeasons there are whfifeby speaks "ot ot the .people aid-home, cannot be available. There shack which tleir mamKrt maj.be practical reasons, and, in this v.-ould be well that the public. acquauite'd with them. V'In. in the present Btate of adyerse :Mchange, short-sight- ed urging that the tariff goods' "com Ing Into Can- -by Vpi.ind 11C alM> a plan WUlCn Wainr. nftTTi haJ made of houses .and ;puncjuat ion being com- _.. which should ivhich: was] grossly' uhdert Sinn 'Fein, febl'ings, alive'-to'Jtheir 070''.la- results 'of com- Body' of the body of Oliv bullet was-produced as ah exhibit, and Thos. to Gusbul, of'CoIeman, swora that he wus'the man.'who made the photo- graph on tho'JlJth The picture at the undertaking raised so ns fr 'Canadian "wheat "register, b't" af I 'Tn'rendering'fuVdectslon we 'feel that trie wiSrbriin eicb case are fully the'order'.qt 'merit. J.'D: H1GINBOTHAM. A. B. HOGG. W. A. The judges did not know .the writ- ers, of the story} was numbereil and; they Swarcled ths prlz-. cs. to .the numbers. The name cbrres-. pond ing. with the number'was retain- ed in the Herald Office. i'.'. The winners'are as follows': Prize; W. Gal- braitb, Lethbridge. .'-iTlUe-i of Spit- TTr-nil' i, zer.Trail; KiraWall O.rglll, con6ins''a] mujtitude Waning, i forces of the' Crow ri'aV'a1 rule not In Qllyler; uamely.tiiajipurlued by tb'e'peoplc of ''uniform. 'Be'canse ot "the cruelty and of seeking to Irk out brutality and treachery ot their assail-] "All. An Accident" existence by taking in ono some of them have- committed I When tho witness arrived on the washing.'' This Is as silly a.policy as! acls .of terrorism and violence of the Mrs1. McDonald Islands .which have Ihe sound ofl which no disciplined force should.be You cannot force Individuals. to buf.ihaae agnln'st their wills. If you limit Ihe scone of purchase you neces- sarily limit production. This will be I guilty, or, Indeed can be guilty wilh- out very" grave and, regrettable.. effects ihclf 'continues Times The doctor then enlered and be with- drew. He asked KittO how It all hap; poneflrrecolVIng the :ahSwer that the accused had a gun. and; H went oft by ,.ot' though many are Hily Ys''-in; "tha't hefbre the accident. "It Is in my shack." said correspondent, "except the extreme Blllo, "I will go and get it." This he -p did, and ,four loaded, shells-were fojmd.in ,the magazine; and bhp sose. The remedy for the exchange! Ir'Bh terrorized, as they ged to situation ?Te, by'the exccsMs- Witness told the court.'ho.won't-Iptb production and cheaper pro-t commuted bf members of the the deceased' encourago sales forces, as a rule not in uniform, they'' -co "L wrote him a pupp Ufa! I ;can train; tne-yest TPWCB the'prisoncr saldahe DB I wore1 at the night'of th'rj It .PPmmitted for months to the JaU 'hadtno.bullet holes'fe'it. Nap_anee: _ ;'V I of I pnnted nearly every word to make testified (o having gone' a lew day Canadian iuy letter plain; -.pn the loin when hf.fbbt Memorials' i Commission 5 ast him .for a big league he slalemeu.' Af'tbB 'time inV'sald to 'BBUe advertisement notifyitg witness: j architects, artists and others iuterest- "I shall never get bitter, Mr. a competition In design for all in" jO'Sht. memorial monuments to be He prbmlsed'her'he'would on battlefields in France, and J_ KPlPIHWl ho holrf Tho vlfaa aAlanl. lias one to spare; he won't keep-thiakin1 want Is things to wear. .around t-ather and thaVbo would see that the r or at points "-rstaterriVrii: Dniry'CrqBs Road's, (battle a Arras> Breaking of pro.court- aHendahce'all Bourloa .Wqod..- 'vrtinian's LIRE-REGULATION jeon 'done than'was upon a much certain." 'She asked the riririie'tb give reeiv prbylbusly stts'p'ecl'ed. her jewelry to' her oldest girl. Wit- ness, tojd CAKES' ANOTHER GAIN, being called'into the ward obfaupied ipln'g; Is-now listed as a ty deceased by. George, PnttonC 'her WOMAN MAKES ANOTHER Housekeeping: Is.-now listed as a' profession; vfhp are :'dolng their making their are now'entitled to.th'e'ar- tistic temperament. General- reduction in in Nor- therns Ontario iuniber. wobdsi y deceased by 'her rother, ;the'woman say, "I: tell eve'the meant V This statement Patton and'his sister-in-lawiis'sild to co u la In some startling information: It will likely he'introduced'when the bearing is resumed Jan.. 6. WINDSOK, Deo. Windsor building 'trades' Its last regular meeting -of the. year." .scored the' new regulation bl the immigra- tion department undo which foreign-: era entering Cana'da' "are" compelled to' have J250. cbuhcli Jrjf Hhelr-'opinion'' il'-was uride- sirable to 'preveht c jtlzens from entering this as, should the 'nnIted: Stales'' wish retaliate by adopting' similar Canad-: ians would nltimately 'pfov'e'tb'e.h'eav- ler losiera.1 luctlon, so as to vithin it, borders and to slimulnte j were purchase goods the from which there was way of to join the ranks of the Irish Republican Army. "It is In tills condlltnn of mind that they iuetinctlvely feel that only the people o( England can save them. They are sick to deatlrot tho violence read Bominlon, but they wilTr'aW'to be aiade willing purchasers and not be toerced Into purchase by means of tariff walls raised against the Imports The industries of Canada, with the her a shaking voice: dear, you did not mean to kill me, did you, "No, I djdn'l mean to-kill was tho iihswer Can t 'anything' for you, Mrs. off my bed witness "No. I'll never get Chief .Carter snid that Kitto later explained that the gun was In his vest pocket when It discharged, but present adverse exchange in tho 'not only terrorized them Elates, bavo a golden opportunity o( stopped tho greater part riaWng good If they lend the of Sinn the action of which has o7 or'S. but of has hemselves I trains, so that they cannot market to the minufactura ot goods which: their produce, has enormously In- Mll appeal to ..purchasers here In creased their rates, and, as a result luafity.and The secret the reluaal lo snbrnlt'bounty w'it> He had found no such trace on the pris- oner's clothing. Cross-Examined Croas-bxamlned by, Mr. Cameron, witness told (If his third vlslt'tp the bed-room of Mrs. af wholo a's has been well! Idranced, Is to stimulate production, toa moahs the Increase of .sales by Indlng ready and willing purchasers. policy of retaliation against tbn Cnltcd Btatea will .only have tho ct- fecH o! diminishing purchases by rajs- PS prices juat-ss mnch' as 'was he luxury dfsMcl council accounts to Govern- ment audit, has dammed the aoiirco of Government loans (o the extent-of many hundred thousanrls of pounds, and consequently put nn end (o'bou's- ing find building operations.'. On the ulrior hanrj. it Iia3 gjven It is Rlgnmcant.thafeome'of the county councils, are 'beginning 16 McUonald, addressing "Jlmniy, it went through ypnr clothes and marie a hnle. Hut Sim- my mado no onnwoV: -j Witness also, said that Mrs. iild ,to Harold; Pinkuoy's ness or the that lia'd Xira. 'iial. a'fitl (V diio hia iio'to ecoho'mlc' >irj Sot %msclT5s rol- lo'moral reasons. Bu'tj'it; may'oe-'lhe v an only icj- lald'flown by tbo'Sirit, j-flta 6t-a i' -Fourth -Prize, -M. Bentiey, Title of ..Old... Order Consolation I'riies-Ajpseph pie. Chief of Police, Title of '.Horsethiefs a true story, ..ot..the'Belly River. Miss Lydla M. Wigglns.'-Tabsr. of First Prize. Burritt, 1255 Pltlh Title, of bt pie, 627 Eleventh Leth- 'i Title bt a Third prize, CJar-' rulb'ers, nox 295, IxitTinrldge. Title of of an Old Timor." Fourth.-Prize, Duncan, Title of Hompstead District." C'.ordon Millar, Tnber. Title of ot Early Days." The winning stories and others will be published In rotation in.the Herald The adult and :the junior first, prize slories. will, likely appear in', lomorr HIM .om 'Victory, a white rrfanj.held on a .nnarge o( "murder In connection with the killing Monday night of. Police- man Jeff pouch, was taken from the county ..jaH' hcra shortlV. after 'mid- night Several fihots w.ers'nral Into CAN't UNLOAD Kloamcrn hav to unload Inclr cargi to Hie le'n.tinablri tyt (.depart {iharbor (i Musical instruments Within a You're sure to find a family that's" getting the beat out of liiFe.' No dull there no worrying how to pass the spare moments. Munic insUrej the liveliest, most enjoyable fills a need in modern life th'at.-nothing else can Accomplishment: eaeily learned many instrurn T be quickly have frien ut an.matrurnent attractive present. ...In our Musical Merchandise Departinent .is to -VIOLINS MANDOLINS, UKULELES FLUTES GUITARS ACCORDIONS FIFES in fact, almost anything musical you may ask for; We" buy in' large quantities to supply pur Twenty Branch Stores, Which gives us rock bottom cost and we pass, these, on to you at prices ihat are Lowest ol'them. efficient HL. ;