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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGEFOUR---- LETHBRIDPE DAILY rip FRIDAY. DECEMBKK Proprietors and PUDiisr.trs THE LETHBRrOGE WERM-O PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED lit tth Street South. LethSrldje, Alberta W. A. B.UCHA1IAN and Managing Dlrcctw JOHN IOHRANCE Easiness Manager E THE NEW YEAR Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription AalM: DslliV by JnaH. per by mall lor 6 moatlis........ Daily- by- mall.-3 2-5? "Weekly, by jaail. far year.......... Weekiy, bj- mail, per year to "U.S... THE THAT HAS GONE When tomorrow dawns shall have bidden farewell to Ihe Old Year and shall be standing oa the threshold of the New wilh all its possibilities before lis. welcome the coming year -without some trepidation] Jmowlng -that it we tire.fouing a time of which TiD man. can speak-with certainty. We .are, however, suSioi- eaUy awatenea to ihe fact !tbat it will be a year which will call forth One more leaf in the ledger "of time will be turned over when the midnight chimes strike the hour of twelve. The credit srid the -debit balances of each individual .We will be carried over, and if there is anything in the mean- ing of a new year the occasion may well and profitably be -used for rarefullv noting where ihe one exceeds the H this 'is fully appreciated, and the balance on the wrong side is sought to be favorably adjusted, New .Year s Day may well be regarded as the turning point m our Jives here below, to make them gi on for better 01? worse. This may .well afford a New Year's thought. "Time lost caimever be is a lesson which the passing of the year teaches. "Time can be pro- fitably employed, if we so is the inspiration of the dawn of the New Year. What the New Year will effect becomes, .'accordingly, a more important question than what the New Year will bring forth. In tour northern ]afitudes the change from .the old year to the -new takes place in the winter of the .year, the prospect sH 'around is bleak and uninviting.. With the turn of time, 'betokened'In the promise of the there is all the 'brightness which is held ing of -the spring and the summer seems xlead somes 'nearer the time when we expect it Truth Than Poetry A COUNTRY PREACHER His poor aad bis par small; He wil! new be cheered by hlgber call; He listened lo rich man's: fiorlis never from hum- ways; Bis beard Is gay asd his form is boot, Where fciy thiags happen his years are Eject But ie kneels with those hare need CBeer. Imparting hope iad dispelling tear; He has married. baptiie4 "id fnnera: C tons tedder per acre. Garden per acra. Roots 5 tons per acre. Green S tons per acre. Mixed 1 Ion per acre. 4W pw acre. Alfalfa Production The alfalfa crop thto year Tras lecullar. The Sret crop was one at fceiViwt on record, averaging Ter IX tons per acre but the second nttlng was lighter .than expected. irobably (or came reason that the ;raln crop hardly come up tj expect-j lions ovine to {allure to apply eaougn water- at the proper time. Than were tew third of alfalfa cut.' But, while the aKalfo was a smaller total yWd. the ttmolnjr crop was 60 per cent, better .than the year mucli 01 endeavor on tho part ol In tQ f orfh into a ]rf g0 TOth Whatever hopes He hat ended qaarrels and baaished and of tcf n eet problems are tbe natural re Bulls Jhe artificial jaindlUniw have ieen dieappeann" and irnica the veer that "has eono !has" helped ito ;speed on .their ,'sourse; in IhecDTeBponsibllluea the more opum iatlc shsll feel "as we launcn Sorth on the -twelve -months' -voyage -ab'ea'd i of us, _ The year 1330' has -been uneven'tj ful j-ear Thftre has not anything ol the natara of great "bap- "But it -has a year Jja'sZiraan making ready for the! coming one in fne freedom it allowed lor'thi'consiiie'ratioii of the problems; of peace! these problems; locally, ihas .'been the -constructive thought to the problem o! irri- whereby a vitaiij important economic matter in relation to South Brn Alborta has jnaBe encouragini; advancrs WJth tins in mind the com ing year, trust that the ef concrete shape, has In 1( possibilities which should thev satlsfaotorllv eventuate mari It-ras the .wonderf ul :year In the progress and proapeilty oT this part ot the country If tthere >s the optim i istlc.spiritito-loot'undauntedly onithe year us Tith its bopes and in the.fact that our faith'in-.irrigation -Elands to be opportunity of It "he- ing madfios'lble for it to show iy 4 ]n Hhe.city there has not-been any- thing "changes TVe have had something cf church "history Tnade in the amalgamation -oi itne two parishes of St. Ausrustm and -St Cypnan TVe have 'haa'-'something -of -piilltical ei- citement to Mlieve the oven monotony of the-year in the visits Lender of the 'Opposition We nave n'ad Ihe .prohibition to tho .determining -of the -suspension of inter-provincial trade, ;ln liquor, which place another eijectation in Te- gard'to 1921 We have had a.gener ol -juteresf-tnjected :lnto; r.'muntclpal matters by )he holding ol Iho "Union of Alberta Munlcipalilles' ConTBntion, aui wfi nave been reminded that the In the holding ol tho Convention of tKe District "U T. A In oily policies we have-Averted-back to police-.an'd'Eire -Dejartments. Parinefs will Tomembor 1920 as be in wTilch the selling of wlieat .was .'decontrolled, Vr-lth -at the same time -phenomenal fluctuations in tho grain market. An innovation in Iho -W'y of taxes was eiperleocod dur- ing tie year .in of the snort- lived Iciury tar. -In the field of politics the Old Year; has been eVonlful in.the retirement. of Sir Kobert 3orden mid. the rise of a new star from -the western firma- ment m the calling to the Premier- ship ol Jllght Bon. ilrlliur Mclghsn. In the domuln -of international events we have bad the first meeting ol the League of Nations, and the presidential election In the Elates, as outstanding happenings in what they may -lend themselves to In tho world policies of the future. We have seen tbe revival of sport In the holding cf we may have had, though they too may appear theie fc p-aniest fhey can once more coHie in theleSson which the gieat law of NatuietfeacKes. .With Jhis intnind thepipspect of the New Yeai dfecqnrageS des- ponclency. The .season of ihe New Year may well be ised as a periofl of rrttrosjiection to glance back at the failures and the shortcomings to which we have lent ourselves The time is ahead for making amends, ajid delayed the shorter the opp ortmuty, m that one more notch is made in'ihe period of our -existence here as each Old Year ex- pires and another New Year is born. We -estimate the length of ooa- Jives hy the number of years, and as each yeai comes aiound we ai e reminded that our opportunities foi conforming to the responsibilities of life are becoming less we lived up to 'may well "be a New Yeai's question; -and much depends fin the spirit in Tvhich it is answeied. Have we heen as good citizens as we might- 4uve been? Have we taken Me as seriously as we should have? Have we "been remiss in oui duties one to the other? These aie questions which will pay for the asking, if the opportunities which the New Year brings wifli itTiere are many more which the individual can ask heiself. If the asking bangs with it the resolve to let the code of conduct during the next year be the most sartisf ac- itory reply, the New Year will gain its true ipeaning.r The New Year is preceded by the Christmas which is associated with all the sentiment human Jiature. The New Yeai, theiefore, brings it the message of "Carry in the inspiration" which !0hristmas gives. A The New Year may mean tviuch or litae In it ft depends largely how we J1 He is keeping secrets locked IE his And they'll 'go with him lo his iasl 1 jcng rest People where the lights-ari dim Have learned that tiey live He has those who'bad Strayed. And made tbeni hopeful and unafraid He tas taught tie wronged that tier .still is good, He has filled his mission as best h Total reported ToUl tOJtSi Total toUowicc ixrayaraUre for Href loci cover itock on fjruii ol -sctail farleatktn 'tumen fc the project and aot take tasfflt' lirge kerdi by of ctrry stock oa dry part ol the yoar 1919 dig Money Crop Wheat, wiich was the higeect total money producer In the project, yield- ed a.bout one-third teller tbas in .313, a on Irrigated laud. Proof tail U loasA in the. fact that tiip- BwnU to date from dale, Wilioa, Raymond, Welltng aad Mf-gratb. toUl nearly of nil grains while, anoUuiT quarter of a million bushels hare been mill- ed or are in store In tha ekratora. A Dairy Beef CatUe Poultry Swine Bheep J.M2 i3SJ 5.423 2457 C. P. B. HAS SPENT ON E.D. R.C. 8DMONTON. Dec. out anj "reconditiontoj" of a permanent .character on the sydeat IN PASSING POB BUS Y M Harding Scottish Rite Mason next month. Tie Uria oomnmiai tatti OUa Coo Kress man Cannon, ot lllluols, has in pnbllc life wjtli- In a feir of 44 years. The fate mloteter to back Otu-ra after Ut tria is Wta- nlpcx ca seci. TLe aims ii ketoe tacMcta la the Canadian Pacific have tke last few moztts on Use Bdmonton. Duti vegan -aod Xbtt-: ish ment. being sections of on tlie Improre- Taforraa'Jon to tills elect >-as ftr- en oat by Preoiler Stewart on Thnrs- CU WI-1U7 JU ym. OJ IIV4MM31 A 4UU D- coneiderabla proportion of this flay who, as ailnlater of riflreTs, Inn from non-irrifaUi land, .bat.welt over a great -wrdrtae half of it was grown under morion of Imprbrement Jims on the in these districts. Shipments to on Iwialf the' provincial re government smce the "system wattafc- basbaii with en jnrr _ _ with 198.WO ailted and in store. biuihelE, bnshels "with 20, 000 in store. bushels. The oat crop K' to the acre as against 40-bushel! year ago... The increase was .not Dear- ly ao large as it should hays been could. splendor and pomp He is far, and grace, He has spent -his Me in a tumble place; His pay -is poor; be has missed re- nowii; His clothes ara "Sayed and his heels rundown, The te'afaxrf -.sinners hare But maybe God watches stanTls prinrapaliy to the fact tiat i great deal Btliioor. seed was sown, did not Berminafe. Lead Vnt Way Tha potato crop -was lower, but The tSrd Tears. aC-Pcrt more recently Spokue, toa, r Ufllreraity "ot TarfalD auodaUaa FORMER GfiAMJM LADY _ PASSES AWAY AT TABER'aerta." ed ma who oUcrwiae been toroei to atentoo t alty careers A total at W benetttol >y ttaae anfft- mearang'of Ihe new, ling out the old." It 4s not bwm'e sufficient to regard Uw New Yestr as a mere indication of the pissing iUi "though the met -was reduced by igh cost of handling. Some-splendid individual :'yields ara eported _The CJOL central tann of be Tan Home soldiers' cbUrnT north of CoaloBle had' 41.4' 'of -wbeat o the acre off.136 Prank Dtrr: ;BTI toorc 200 tons xrt alfalfa off 40 !cret The McKenxie farm nora -of he taty bad 1.66 tons ol timothy fei Here off over 100; acres, ifr. Wng and Mr. Meech fire "miles east ol tie city on the "oalOale road Tiafl 86 and ;5 bmsbels T5f oats -respectiTely on .heir W acre -farmB In this connec ion Mr Porter states that H is BO- iceable 'that tha smnllcT larmB a rnle produce tba best average crops. The' Averages is the acreage of tie LethbridBe irrtgrtion project as handled this season Total ,jn crop Total 1n pasture ToUl Jn siunmerfallow.... ToUl idle lives. Once we estimate1 this the New Year TVfll its welcome, in the spint day which carries -nith' it the wisliing of happiness. A -Happy ftaw Tear lifug out the old, ring in the new (From OrrrOira Correspondent) i TiBBR.: Dec. deata ecciir-: d 'ytsterdaT-'at" tte' reEHesce of her: sou tn UK-north fonaerlj- of Granttm. bat latterly of Taber, tie daceasefl ladr being 73 years of age, and tte cause of The de- ceased -bad -been -far soae ycari, a large faaaiiy sarriref be reniains were fonrarded taoifn i Granm, to be interred besMs ttat ol her teiae In ike ol .-T. W. Cair, el N. MINES IDLE LACK OF; ORDERS GLACE BAY. E, Dec j Barrett, toieraaMonal meni- ber of the United lilac Workers, re-; tttned home boat Inreroms today and reports tke Biiaea iiere rturiity .for Service. 2 Frimery i partmerila of the Sunday School in the Hall. Oept. of the 5uhda.v Sohoolin the Cburcb. People's Bible Class ini tbo Hall.. ,v, 7.30 p.m. Evening Service. Subject: A Year's .3Icssagcl f There will be a "WatcH 'ice in. the, IJnIled-Church at eleven ['clock torrfght. Rev., Jones.- "WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Ave. tt Chts. E. Cragn, B.D, Ernest F. Laytori, Organhtt Cholrleader. 1 a.m. Msnrlinj Worship A. New Yeari Theme." pastof -WTO 11.30 a.m., PrisaariV Aim Beginners Dept. vt the Sunday School. 13.10 a.m., Bible School and Bible classes. Mission Band. 1X0 SlvBDing in -the ot -OBT young in charge of Kdmbnton We beWeve! kH irien roiy saVed. li 'Hin1. i, 3 meeiiitg'. 7.80 lor Souls. Week jjlahi1 p.m. Moil Say. worTsers in charge'. 'Tnesday practice. Weflntsday meeting Thursday meet ng. Band in atteiraance. cadet class. Saturday nlght-rSalvathm meeting Hardy anfl Uetft. BttlcerB. SCIENCE BOCIETY BlocX, 7fi> fetfert Sunday Service J Sunday Sclrodl, 1Z1C a.m. Tr.stJmoiiy Meetmg, Wed. "nt'S p.m. Heading Iloom opsn dafry frora 8 to 6 p.m. LETHBRIDGE ASSEMBLY 518 7Sh Street South John .MeMtete Siioclal Watch Night aerylci! Friday ei'enlng at 10 Sunday morning 11 a.m, devotional. Dilcy scbool 8 p.m. Sunday 7.30 p.m., Evangellsltc Ser vlco. Evangelist Stranders In charge You ars wclcomft BETHANY HALL Buritfay Worship and Breaking of Bread, i "mvin. Rnndny Sohobl, 3 p.m. EvangeHsllc, Service at D. m. 'bJ Salvation Welcome. STUDENTS 4n South. Eur.dsysY '3TOO p.m.: Elble Study. p.m.; -Slble Stodr. fl, f.Tu.; Biblo to priltc, srarer and tlmoriy feJoUnf.'. All Wckoir.r, No All pfhllcatlons of Society .ma, row be obtained locally, IncluSI ft.OO i Sabbka Schod. ___JMonrlng swice. and Class. 1a.m.: UaraUc -p jn'.T Bij Jhtrfhaca, 91'. CHUUCH MCT. T, "W. Mr. ire- STAUDTVS. MwnbereWp, JJWerty, 1 Wofsh'lp. Sunday 'School -and -Bible CUtt at 12.15; In the Wh ATE. at I fan. j .30 service, i New" message will be arveu sfKiA raniic at btrti roottttnE sai emix avrvieu.: FIRST CMRMTJAM CHUMCH and (Hi StrMt Jos. 3. Bible School and JUult clacin. Worship and Ssrmon New He- ;BPBC- fcdeavor Society. serrlce. on "The Bert Ittvestmwil, tor 1921." The Churchless and CraeAtm lally welcome. CbmoB xrtlces Analt fee banded Ja tta> evening' publication 'trf insertion. ;