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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE POUR THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HKUALn. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1919 She resric-'.d ot things: it has still much discover. If there Is a road to tv thete lihifs, thr.l rond is bslped iu by tie cltt wade by Mr. letbbricye, alberta 8A4LY ASO WEEKLY 'THE LCTHaHiDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED aXh Street LHhtrldgt W. A. Buchanan President and Manages Director Mm Businots TELEPHONES Office JJJ iriil Office............... j Rockefeller >Vc can estimate Ihe 'spirit that behind the gift, and wills we do so appreciate feeling beniiul it la the attested tor Canada (or carrying on researches in medical science In the Domluioa. Audit BUKIU d Circulttlone Dally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year by mall, per Weekly, br'mill, per year Weekly, by mall, per year to U-S- 2.09 Dates of expiry ot subscription ap- dally on addres. labai. uce of alter expiration t> our authority to continue the sub- scription Contralto Waving FfeldJ Ruby PArilsh. Ul Is Kljnt- and Vcn ;ser, J. S. and A. B. Cure. Soprano Far Away Mrs. liencingcr. Chorus Intervening. voices, iTEs and piano and nve pices orchestra :REMINDERS Christmas has come and bat it his left behind'some of the happiest tot reminders in the Christmas r-fiorls that have been made in the city in respect, to this, lhe people ot lhe city and who co-operated with them from the outside have every rea- to be proudly satisfied, in the measure ol July done In mating material "thVl immortal though hack- neyed, sentiment 'of Tiny Tim, "God bless everybody." Amongst the other' thins.! w'.iich ihowed tnat the milk or human kind- is abundant locally, we refer lo the success of the 'Herald Christmas Cheer Fund. !.t testified io the good- of the people in lie spirit in which it was taken up, as shown by the sum realized. H we pursue the story, of good deeds performed with the impelling force ot that humane spirit which exalts a people, we may trace It in the spirit behind the activ! "ties of the Nurslng'Mission, with the assistance it obtained in the coopera- tiop. of the citizens to bring cheer where It was most needed: We may allude to lhe Joy that was spread iu most appealing ot all iqstilutiocs in the city, the Children's Shelter, the home of theVnocent and helpless vic- tims, of circumstances. 'Here is the essence'of that rich and greit recompense, as ye have done' it unto the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me." There is apdn the brightness which was brought Into the lives of the orphans ot [hose who fell In the high- est duly men are called to do.. These are only part of tte tale that might ,be told c'f.the rich generosity, the aplendid spirit, that deep loach of humanity, which gain in the considera- tion. It is good fonus to dwell on these things. They are the reverse of the medal in the tales of profiteer- Ing and other sordid records which, alaci for the world we live In, have been too much to the fore In recent time's. We can take courage from what we have witnessed in the Christmas activ- ities here thai we are not all torditl and selfish. Tbe light of humanity slill shines in our midst; kindly feelings abound.'and Ihe Book of Golden Deeds'still continues to have its pages added to. From many a hear JTHE NEW I IRISH BILL To pass Judgment ou the new Irish Bill, broufht forward by Premier Uoyi George, at long distant-..- rango would be a mistake. The genome pro- posed will not admit of a general fur-, vey so far us its principles are cor.- j ce-rned. In respect to Ireluud, jsny." thine which embraces a scheir.e of autonomy cannot be viewed as V-e have been Iccustomed to vlovr the Home Hule scheme as exemplified in the provinces of Canada. The prcullar psychology of its geographical position In regard to Great Britain, its economic problems, and the-divi- sion of the isjlnd into two typls of people diametrically opposed in their religious. views are matters which enter'deeply into the problem. Above all these the particular strategic posi- tion of Ireland in its situation to Great Britain calls for a consideration which Is not applicable to the over- seas Dominions when It comes down lo a comparison of the degree of autonomy ttiese latter enjoy. fn the scheme of autonomy the new Hands and Choirs Furnish Fine Insti- tute Annual Meeting Irish fell! proposes theie are certain limitations. is not, ns it ap- pears, full, fiscal autonomy. This is one of the difficulties to be en- countered in endeavoring to find a solution to the IrisU question ac- ceptable to all the Irish. There Is to be considered the fear expressed by Ulster that, in the event ot author- ity over Customs being placed in the hands of''an Irish Parliament, fias- growing in Ireland might become a parly qoostlon to the extent of Im- posing duties on all foreign flux. This contends would hurt the great linen maunfacture for which it has become famous. iu that the sources of supply .of the raw material would be curtailed, with a crippling or paralysing of its staple industry. The arrangement as to two separate legislatures has an appealing appear- ances to those outside Ireland, but It does net appear to be one which will meet with the sentiment ot the whole Irish people, in the fate the proposal mel .when it was discussed in the famous Irish Convention, which may he 'said-to hive ended iap smoke so far as mutual understanding.Was come to between the South of Ire- land. In this regard the1 blame is placed ris Ihe attitude of Ulster, as divulged, by the proceedings of the Convention. The Nationalist pro- posal that Ulster should be offered a proportion of 40 per cent, in the Lower House, hy the addition of nominated elected members, was rejected by Ulster on the pretext, as It ii IFrom OUf, Own CAHDSTOX. Bee. Cards- ton Women's WlluU hold their an- nual meeting on December 5thi Inthe court house. There were present The- secretary gave a report of the financial condition of the organleMlon Biter which tho retiring president, Mrs F. W. 'Atltlna, a faw re- marks. The election ot officers re- sulted as follows: Mary 1st Stackpoole. yice-Pres.-Mrs. E Cook. B. Caldnell A. Heasen, Mrs. F. W Alklns and Mrs. Sykes. Hospital Podger, Mrs. StaCRpool and Mrs. Leadbetter. School M. FreeV, Jlrs. Tutlle nad Mrs. Atkins. The nlstltute has re-organiiei wltn i a good membership and intends to do a good work la helping enlarge the relief fund." Refreshment's wwe served and au enjoved thumselves. Chrls'.mjs Mutie Cardston 's surely becoming (a mus- ical centre. On Christmas tho citiz- ens were regaled'with the music of tvo brass bauds, one the Cardston Military Band of sixty inslrumenis un- der the' leadership ot Prof. S. S. New- ton, although It has only been organ- izeij s'x months and the members are boys ranging from 12 to 17 years. They acquitted themselves with honor. Mr. Xewton is justly proud ot his boys also ate tne citizens of Cardston. The second band although not boasting so many In number are lo be congratulat- ed on the ettort pnt forth. Mr. A. t. rtensea, sergeant in thD military band assisted hy some of the older mem- bers of'tha retired Cardslon band, produced some very fine music. Sue- cess to the enterprise. The. Christmas tree entertainment at the Gym. under the "nsplces of the Sunday school not only made glad the hearts ot Ihe little folks, lalned all who were fortunate enough to be present. A' pleasing programme was carried out and after'Santa Claus had given all present the entertain ment concluded with a dance for the kiddles', The literary society of the Cards .on iligh School entertained In hono of the Xormal students who are atj Calgary and also faculty. The reading by Miss Veron Pilling, I.eav- itt, as well as the male qsarlelle were well received. Refreshments, games and dancing were the concluding num- bers. _ On Sunday evening In the Slake Taberaccle the Cardstpn choir con- ducted 'S. Newton will present the -foiloir'luv' Sacred rCantatta .by Caleb Simper entitled "Joyous Thangs- Soprano Senaeth the Luella Steed Smith. Soprano arid Contralto "shlp the Burton and Mrs. Pblpp. Tenor and Bass Causeth the Grass to ter Low and Chas. J. Jannon. Tender B. Cure, Dora Kirk, Myra NleHon. iICKED UP IN ASSING ran HOT MAS 1'oint Raised Under Motor Ve- hicle Act of Interest tu Motorists Church Services Largely Attend- Attend Funeral of Late W. M. Camp- bell CFiom Our Own MACLEOD, Dec. Day passed ott quietly in Macleod. Ser vices -wore held In the Church ol England and union services in Ihe Presbyterian church, ths latter by the Rev. W. A. Lewis, Rev. A. Day. anJ the psslor. Rev. J. Kennedy. These services were well attendedj.and Ihe parmons in keeping with the day. Oon- itrlbutlons -were in aid of the local I charities. In the evening the hockey dub gave the first ot their series of I bills which was'well patronized by friends of the club and the MP who were In evidence very strongly with the tcarlet and gold There were many quiet reunions ol families, and boys who have not been home for a Christmas for many years enjoyed homo-coming and Christmas The'Empress received their share o patronage and the play was erijoyed apparently by all who attended. SWay, December 26lu, all the town Df'Macleod uhd from the Jislric ittended the funeral of the late-Wll lam McPherson Campbell. The fun >ral was held from the Church ot Eng and. V ich was crowded, and was on t the most impressive services eve held in Macleou. His mother, wit and children were in attendance. Mrt Hutton. sisier of Mrs. Campbell, wit her husband, from Calgary, wer among the chief mourners. The pal jearers Were Judge JicXelll, J. K. M> Lean. T. B. 'Martin, Atkins, D Frazer nnd J. S. lamhcrt. Preparations'are now on the wa for some changes in the staff at th public school. The principal will b a supervisor, while a new teacher w take OTer th6 room the I11111010 The principal will assist In the school, which will be'open to all pupi In the province, without w carry out the program of work" as m lined hy the department. The regi tration of pupils is already gufflcle .0 occupy all tho seating capacity In :he school. A. Bruce Grady, who returned frorp France in August, has now accepted a position with J. A. Duncan, in the Peace river country, near'Spirit river, in the stock business, where they hate a large trad of a lease ot several Ihouiind acres for stock grazing. Somsftf .the stock are already on the land and several inore will be taken in in Ilie'spring. There are others going in aid thry purpose mniing It a real place wurth -living in all will .enjoy lite. A post .office and store will" be open early in the spring and the telephone line ex- tend ctl- take in settlement of the KN.W.M.P will be at home to their friends In the new Veterans' hall on New Year's Eve. Primroso has handed down a decision under the Motor Vehicles Act upon a point of lav raised for the first time. In an ac- tion heard by him on Friday list wherein P. Washburn was com- plainant and W. U Wyman, jlcfend- It would appear that on October Sth last while Mr. Washhnrn was pro- ceeding weftwardvon avenue the Intersection of 105th street ommonly known as the post office orner) ou the south side, his autotno- ]e and that of the defendant, who ns crossing over the intersection, ame into collision just west of the oat In the centre of the slreot. No so was Injured In the collision but onsiderable damage was doVie to both ars. Last week Mr. Washburn had he defendant summonsed under see- on SO of the Motor Vehicles Act for ailing to return to give the name aui idress of the owner and the number t the automobile. At tho'close of the omplainant's caie. A. T. Jlode. bar- Ister ot llris city, raised a now point nder the act when he rcoved tor a on-sult or dismissal upon tho ground hat the act did not apply, first be- cjiuse an nccident had'r.ot occurred "to ny person, horse, or aud seq- ndj that as both, automobiles, were n collision and already at the.scene of the accident, section "30" did not apply so as to require drivers to go away and then "return to th? scene of the aud third, that this section should rot he interpreted sep- arately or apart from Us position in the act, but that in fact It provided the penalty or set forth Ihe obligation ippn the driver of a motor vehicle un- der the two situations given in the sections which immediately preceded, that Is, where an automobile is about to meet a horse other animal being ridden, lead nr then in ths next ceclli-n.where-an automobile has'passed a horse-or oth'jr anima! an that clearly In theie. two case.) the automobile woulc bo some short distance away and con Bequently the. words' "return to tho scene of the accident" would apply but it could not be interpreted reason nbly so as to cover a collision where lie cars were already together at the cene ot the accident. Magistrate Primrose, reseft-ed hi decision, realizing the'importance o he point as presented by -lode and at the opening of hia court thl mpmlng handed down a decision tha .he act did not cover In case of collision between two motor vehicle under such and there- upon dismissed the charge as'agains Wyman. This decision will be'of interest 1 motorists os it would sppear that i a number of similar caees'during th last fow years one or other of the pa lies baa been found guilty and fine accordingly. i ,The 'following Is fei-red to: "If an accident occurs to any .pe ion whether on.foot or horseback This rear's Toronto exhibition yield- ed a profit ot J176.MO. Darllcgtou township carried the Hydro-radial by-law by 186 to 24. The Manitoba general elections will probably bo held next July. RoM. Scotfield, IS years of was electrocuted at H. Karvh, a prominent citlien ot Heapeler, dropped oil the street James B, Anderson, J.P., a proml nent early resident of Port Dover died suddenly at the breakfast table fleo. Loney, a resident of Kamloopa for 31 years and a native of Kingston Ont., Is dead. J. B. Benson, M.A., ci Plctoc, ha: been appointed Inspector of schooli for Windsor, Ont. Two -women7 are candidates fp aldermen iu Toronto. Bessie sixteen, died o sleeping sickness at Brandon afte about three weeks' illness. St. Joseph's Island Is now connecte with Ihe mainlaud at Parry Sound b a ferry RCOW. operated' by cable. A new law rfiiiulring all taxicah trucks and other .commercial vehicle to carry mirrors has gone intok e feet In Massachusetts. St. Joseph, policemen's unlo affiliated with the A.F. of L. has d: banded, following cruder of th police commissioners.' Chicago Is', the second largest ci the U.S. in .negro population, Ne ork'telng tho' first. Ono mail ord ouse ernploys negro girls. Rev. Dr. Jns." Murray, former pastor and vSt, Paul's Presbyterian hnrches, Toronto, is dead. He was native of Nova Scotia. Fireman T. Mclntyre was instantly ailed iri a collision between a passen- :er train and a.-light engine at Stralab near-Sudburj' R. H. Halbert, U.P.O. canaldnle lected in 'North'Ontario, byeelectlon n the -9th had a ijiajprity offi- cially reported now aa 185. T.'i. Me'.iltolia Gazette announces Jmt Major Barager, M.D., has >een appointed 'medical superintDnd- nt of the Brandon hospital for the nsaiiq arid; that Dr. J. B. thit principle of strengthening Ulster's representation in the Lower House by the nomination process was untijmocratlc. i It Is a curious fact that while Ihey may differ on other essentials, the people of Ireland, both nortt and soulb. favor a united parliament and are averse to anything In the way o! partition. But haw this united narlla- In .the light of recent history, can he framed lo meet all views has not yet been clearly defined. In this particular case it Is one in which the Irish know what Iney want but do s resigned aa medical suparlntend- t ot the Selkirk hospital for tin sauo and nctlng Buperintendlnt the- institution at Brandon. Six boy btmjili beld up a IOM r for u Chlcag'o mall order houve. wk J1B.OCO worth 9CO Iu cosh from klm and ped. A glimpse of his daugKUr'i tea- rca on tho tcreen in B movie Jled a Toledo man to locate his aughter. who separated the family IS yvars ago. Uxploslons of uvvMilr ih rought from to e destruction by an of tio Ad- Iral Bent loo clutbouM for xrrlco en at Hobolren. ien a to old up an PnttylT Urgymen. lave title, tiuibed and lade the to kl> RepllWVean inmxfi acted with ortanluUort n United BtalM a ad for -wriBe IIMT hants on told ckilar uwiut thtir ecii. Ano'her ovrrMM tour W plan- icd for the Prince 'of In a peech today he amiouaoeS that the King was sending him to Australia lo will probably nil next March ind be away six or montbi; John Taylor, formerly ot TVintllpeg. died al Victoria, H.C- a mem- ber ot the firm ot Taylor t Sons, who opened one of the first mines In the Sourii coal fields, and was afterwards eecretury-treisurer of the Soorla C'oal Mining Co., and lalterfy general man- ager ot the Western Dominion Collier- ies, Ltd. How Mason Risch Pianos Are Built (A book with 17 pictures) ASK FOR OUR BOOKLET "INSIDE which plcturn every step in the maklngot tho famous old MASON u a vehicle' or to any horse or vehicle n charge of any person owing to the presence of any motor vehicle, on any lublic highway, (he person In charge >f such motor-vehicle shall return to he scene wtll roniler "special music at boUi ser- vices. The anlhcm In. this morning be, ''Crown Him Lord of All." Sunday School and Bible. Class at 12.15. Kvenlng Service at 7.30. Subjccl: "Tho List Invitation." The choir will render Iwo selections, a duct cntilled "Hark, Hark, Jly Soul." and i an anthem, "I Heard lie of .Ttsus Hong Service at A Cordial Invitation to All CHRISTIAN CHURCH Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Or. Ave. ind 8th St. Bible School at 10.SO. You ,say you fee! at home here. Well, 1 am glad Corns again. 'reaching, 11.80: "A New Year's With." Evening, O.K., 6.45. Frances Dunn leader. Preaching, 7.30: 70 Weeks Prophesy." The Baptismal will be postponed until Mil Sun.ldT are-fling, Jan, 4. Is a good see About 'disposing of your PELTS and strong market prevails at present.' Get our any quantity.' A, WYMAN CO, DEALERS IN HIDES, PELT1 AKD FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS; 320 Sth STHWT P.O. BOX 5 ;