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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IfONDAY, DECEMBER 30,1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE FHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Speaking of Favors- How tavoriible D'Yo suppose IMa Feels Towards Pa Now? By Wellington Y'f^fJ^fe MEOUrOF aviN'"�HI5 ;,DX FRIENDS. WO TURN \H VES TO APPREC\ft*TK iff K HUMCHlf WhWdo^dM\ i(iii!(i!i'iiii!:!itiiii"ii!r!ii[j; , ;i!r:!Jiiii:[ �wirii*i. �!, kr HmFow r�i�� v>tt>; int. �� Muw rti*u l�Mn�her tells us wo only luiow things by comparison. In other, words, finite :nlnds are incapable of creating" knowledge in theiriBfeives. , The study of man demonstrates that there are seven distinctive types, which fact 'is not disturbed by any theory of the origin of man. Each t)t these types represent . certain strong qualities, aptitudes, virtues and faults, all of which play a large part in the life of each individual. It all' day, which is a result of the perfection of charactei'. Opposes Ideas Her. Curtis spoke Ini entire opposition to the ideas expressed. He .stood ^for the uplifting of high moral principles in the -city. In two years hence the city would be clean. .Mr. Unsenbach was entirely opposed to fatalism. He boUcved In the chastity of the human soul. The commercializing of vice wos the legalizing of sin. Rev. C. 15. Cragg stated he was con- . humanity were one type there would ^'ertM the Forum Especially after bo no progress and diversity of, hearing what had been stated. He talent,' Since each pur^ tvpe lias dis- '^^^^ ^^'J' Ploased at the outspokedness tlnctly separate qualRles, it is possible �^ '^e laymen, who showed they to determine their characteriBtlca.! strongly disapproved of the . social I liy this knowledge the past, present � ''''Ce. / ,'- and future Is before the trained ob-j jJl'feiver. This also explains the cause yof so many religious creeds today ' .Lny Key); (Guy D'Hardelot); (Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia). Piano Solos.-A. (Gold Jledal), open competition, "Prelude and Fugue in C Minor." (N'o, 2 Vo). 1, Well-Tem- LONDON, Dec. 2S.-(Brilisli wireless service)-^AVith the issue of the cumon is markedly developed.' official figures of the French losses po marries early 'In order lo j In the war it is possible to arrive at MUM mm% FOR M BIG FESTIVAL 'I'lie following are the musical selections which must be prepared for the coming musical festivifl of Alberta, which is to be held ne.\t .spring in Lcthljridge. The syllabus will be'is-sued shortly: Choral Societiei^-Competing for the Cro.'^s Shield, at present held by the Calgary Appollo Choir. "Lullaby of Lijp" (unaccompanied); (Houry Les- Sueld at present held by Ajl Sa nts': ^^^^ Clavichord); (Bach); (Schir Church Choir, Edmonton. "March ng ^^^^ "Liebestraurae," (No. 3 iu A Along'' unaccompaiued); (Granville ^.^^y ^^iszt); (Schirmer edition. Vol-"t- ,^'"^5- Co.. -New j^jg'g^j) j3 (Sii,,g,. jjg^al). Junior york). "The .Long Day Closes (un-' competition (under 16 years), "Will accompanied); (Sullivan)-; (H. av. ,, (q 217, No. 3); (Jung- Gray Co.,. New York). Entrance fee, 20 voices or less,-?2i00; over 20 voices, $3.00. Vocal Quartettes (Silver Medals)- A-Mixed Voices. "Brightly. Dawns Our AVedding Day," (The >tikado); (Sullivan); (Chappell & Co., Toronto or New York). B-'Male Voices. "The Banks of Allan Water" (miaccompan-icd); (Andrews Arrangement); (H. W. Gray Co., Modern Series 22), Female Voices, "Behind the Lattice," (unaccompaixied); (Chadwick); (G. Schirmer, New York). Entrance fee $1.00 for each (juartette. Ladles' Trios (SiU-er Medals) - "Huntsman, Rest!'" (unaccompanied); (School Music Review No. 316); (Arne); (Novello & Co.). "A Madrigal in May" (Sumner Salter arrangement); (Ernest NewJ^on); (Boosey & Co.) Entrance fee, 75 cents. Vocal Duets (Silver Medals)--A- Soprano and Contralto, "Down the Vale" (Key G); (Moir); (Boosey & Co.) B-Tenor and Baritone, "The Fishermen" (Key B fiat); (Gabuasi); (Boosey & 'Co.) Entrance fee, 50c. vocal Solos (Gold Medals)- A- Soprano, "Dove Song" (Happy Childhood); (Mozart's Figaro); (Keys B flat or C); (English Text by Oliver Ditson-& Co.); "Love Sings the Lark" (Key B flat); (Bischoff); (Arthur P. Schmidt, Boston). B-Mezzo Soprano, Recit., "To Heaven's Almighty liing We Kneel"; Air, "o Liberty! Thou Choicest Treasure," (Handel); (Judas Maccabaeus). "A Cycle of Life" (Key F); (Landon Ronald); (G. Ricovdi & Co,, New York). C-JCoutralto, "Jly .Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" (Key B flat or C); (Saint Saens); (Sanisoii and Delilah); (Schirmer. "Serenade" (Key B Minor); (Schubert); (Oliver Ditson & Co.. Boston). D-Tenor. Recit., "Thanks lo My Brethren"; Air, "How Vain Is Man Who Boasts in Fight," (Handel); (Judas Maccabaeus) ; "Radiant as the Morning" (Key D flat); (Branscombe); (The Arthur P. Schmidt Co.) E-Baritone. mann); (Schirmer). "Berceuse in G," (Op, 26, No. 7); (Schytte); (Schirmer). Entrance fee, 25 cents each section. Violin Solos.-A. (Gold Medal), Open Competition. "Kirst Two Movements of Concerto No. 9," (iCh. de Beriot); (Allegro-Maestoso and Adagio); (Schirmer & Co.); "Swing Song," (Barns); (Carl Fischer, Ne^v York). B, (Silver \Medal), Junior Competition (under 16 years),. "Madrigal," (Simonetti); (Schirmer). "Mlnuett", (Boccherini); (Schirmer). Entr.iuce fee,! 25 cents each section, Violincello, (Gold Medal)-"To the Evening Star," (Tannhauser); (Kuni-mer-Wagner); (Schirmer). "La C!n-fiuantaino," (Gabriel-Marie); (Schirmer). Entrance fee, 25 cjents. Sight Singing, (Silver Medals). Ear Test. (Silver Medal). A-Piano Sight Playing, (Silver Medal). B-Piano Sight Accompanying, (Silver Medal). Public School Choruses-(Each Chorus not over 20 voices). Competing 'for Shield at present held by Normal School, Calgai'y. "IConie, Now Sail VVith Me," (unaccompanied); (Gounod); (Murdock's School Songs, Series B). "When All AVas Young," (Pauat); (Gounod); (School Music Review, No. 313, Novello & Co.) Sunday School Choruses, (Minimum 12 voices), "But the Lord is Mindful iof His Own," (with Recit.); (Mendelssohn); (Xovello's School Songs, No, 923). two-part hymn (Soprano and Alto) of own choice. Gold medalists. SHIP BURNED CHRISTCHHRCH, N.Z, Dec. 30.- The barque Arian was destroyed by fire 300 miles east ni Chatham Island last AA'ednesday. The captain and 13 members of the crew have landed safely, but one- boat is missing. IhiBolt., The Martian possesses eming quality of the aggres-Itinct. Ho is domineering, op-arouaea his fighting quaUties. ijower grades his v.'ickednesa 'ijlnmllsm; nothing is allowed the gratification of his pas-lyen to committing murder. the approximate estimate of the appalling toll of life. The dead, so, far number 5,93C,504. The individual national losses in dead thus fur announced are: - British .................... 706,726 French .................... 1,071,300 Amoricau.................. 58,478 Limarian is rarely ever mot. I Russian 1,700,000 e is very imaginative, and Be one quality which separates n from the animal. Without inlifMltioii there would bo no spiritu-erythlng would' be raaterlalis-jgross. The A'onusian is God's (gift to humanity-the great-latlon. Tire characteristics of ppe come close to the acme of perfection, and we meet many In our daily life. It Is a pity k there is a low grade of this "The good grade fall at times, again, 'but the lower grade rises. Licentlousncsa is the passion, and every opportunity JslfilJten of gratification. ...ucation and olvlllzation have on-at))fd UB to put on a kind of veneer. MW-'ls by instinct polygamous, and laapy women grn polyandrous by in- Austriau................... 800,000 Gorman..................-1,600,000 The total Geruiau casualties are given by the Berlin Vorwaerts as 6,-830,000, and the AuBtrian total was placed at 4,000,000. Serbia, in killed, wounded and prisoners, lost 320,000 men, TROOPSHIP ARRIVES HALIFAX, N.8., Dec. 30.-H.M. troopship Carmania, Capt. William Irvine, with 3000 returning soldiers and 21S civilian . passengers, dockedXat 9 o'clock this morning, aftigr having spent the night at quarantine, where she wes held up pending the disposal of a single caae of spinal meningitis. |jjj|||l).i(mi.i!.'j Now that the Tlu Is Over! 01 What about having your rooms disinfected and repapered by us? We have a nc;w stock of Wallpapers at remarkably low prices, with Cutout Borders, in the very latest designs. ' * WELLINGTON BROS. SHERLOCK BUILDING frUk DECORATORS oak-paneled dining room in which the j)residcnt liad luncheon wltli the premier yesterday. The table decorations consisted of poinsottias, chrysanthemums, lilieR of tho valley and � I sprigs of holiy. Two silver candela- j bra added to tho Koft lights from tho j large clcctrollcr.s suspended over the j center of tlic table. There were small ' light.s on tlic walls, on which hung j paintings, including a portrait or' Washington, unveiled by the presi-1 dent yesterday Tho dinner was purely informal, Mr. Lloyd George v.-as seated at one end of the table, with President AVil-sou on his right and Sir Robert L, liorden, the Canadian premier, 011 his left. At the opposite end of the table sat Andrew Bonar Law, chancellor of the exchequer, wilh AViUiam il. Hughe."!, tin.' Australian premier, on one side and General Loui."; Botha, the South African premier on the other. The other guests were Earl Curzon, J. Austen Chambprlain, George N. Barnes, Gener.al Smuts, Baron Fin-lay. Speaker James AV. Lowther, A. J. Balfour, aa^altor Hume Long, Viscount JMUnor, Baron Jlontague, Sir Eric Geddes. AVinston Spencer Churchill, Lord AVilliam aa^eir, Sir Joseph Mackay, tlie earl of Reading, a^scount Grey, Sir Henry aa'ilson, Admiral aa'cniyss, Field Marshal Haig, Admiral Sir David Beatty, General Sykes, Sir Maurice Hankey, aa', P, Lloyd, premier of Newfoundland; the maharajah of.Bikaner, Sir George E, Foster, Sir Joseph Cook, .1. T. Da-vies, 'the premier's secretary, and Philip Kerr. Phone 1930 S17 13th St. N. A. HAy AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGB COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 . 2S7-0 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, CM. EVE, EAft, NOSE AND r THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 221-122 Nerw P. Burns Building, Ckjrner 8tli Xf'i. and 2nd St. East. Calgary. Office Phone M2S48 Residence Phono M2077 Ifffeme and Hous^ Surgeon, ManhaitaJ Eye, Ear, Nose anrt Throat Hospital, New York Cltf, 1911-1314. Specialist to Calgary School Board COLLECTIONS Have you any slow or doubtful accounts? If so, you need us. Make us your collection department. AVe are professional money getters, we make a business of getting money-your money-for you. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block, Lethbridge Phone 1616 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock anA farm machinory. Sales conducted ia any part o� Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALC, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tha Dovvsley Land Agency, Leth* bridge. Phone 1809 CANADA FOOD BOAFt!) LICENSE NUMBER Z-Oft Freel& Elliott Sheet Metal Works AVlnier will soon be here and bring \vith It the cold weather. . Have your furnaces ovortaut' ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a Bpa> cialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St % Lethbridge. Alta. DRAYING Of AH Kind* WesternTransfcfCo. Limited p. p. FrsigM aha* ofn�� ...... fiw tta&l�r .......... 1N4 HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 1346 Rta. 7a3 297-26 We Offer for Prompt Shipment ROOSA AND SON BAGGAGE. TRANSFER AND LIGHT DRAYING PHONE 1869 Delivered Prices on Request. In some one case it may not seem to matter to you ,,who gets your money, If you get the hay you want, but in the; long run' It will pay you to see that the greatest possible part .of it goes to the man who grows the hay. If you want to see that he gets it all you cah-db's6'. by buying' direct from the growers through their own sales office. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED Lethbridge, Alberta Sam Sidles, Inspector, Ware-houae at Coaldaie. IRY A HERALD WANim 320 Acres in the Warner District Half- under cultivation, gooi* house and other buildings, all fenced, well, tor $33,00 per aero. Horses and machlnerr taclu ed, $1;500 cash, balance half crop, interest 7%. CHAS. T. COUSINS 8KIFF, ALTA. FURS-FURS-FURS Higheat Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND M^TAt COMPANY 220 2nd AVe. 8. -^t^ DDNT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YDU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please noNfx, SecV Veteran^' Chdj Phone 372 Uh 3660459603?? 460877 8727 6388 44 ;