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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta i-lHJll 'I 'HUT K UnLJjj 4. Proprietor! and PiiBiisnerg THE L.STH BRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED I Strett Souttt, bridge, Alberts W. A. UtXHANAN Proldeot ami JOHN Aiulit Kuccfcu of (GircuIaticns Subscription pi ;.v. I'Vi-r had been iiiadc- to auiiHy ;nnl patriotism. ri'i-pptlon accordotl to Sir Tluutuus Sinurtt, Sir retry Fltzputrick rc-t'crs to ;is being indeed ruinurkuble. It ilemoastratiou o( conthleuee, gratitude, and affection of which any- one bo proud. It was as though Ihu and unaollish work uC tho loader during tho past aeven years had hern revealed and crowned by this Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. did 'Bulgaria mtrrondor ,iKn i ho armistice? When did Turkey surrender? On '.vital drtte was tho Heciproc- Elect ton held? When were bombs Invented? VThat does tho -word "Bombar- J, ptr 8-00 his icllo'.vcrs to sweep aside .'.II con- by "mail, sidcnition ot imty, all doubts and Weekly, WevkJy. What river in tho States known as tho Canadian River? year lo U.K... THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS THE t IN SOUTH AFRICA. With the elections in South' Africa taking place on Tuesday next, and with the issue of stayini; with or cut- tins loose the painter from the iCmpiie which it involves, the dute'will be a momentous one us it The Vnion of SouOa Africa und tho Empire as a wbolp. A sho'ft reference to the present political history of south Afric.i in recent times wiil furnish .consider- able interest. At the hist General Elec- tion, held iu 131'U, there wus a return to tho House oi AsspinMy uf II mem- bers ot the youth African Government Piirty: followers of General Herizor; 23 Un- ionisU; ill Lubouritcs: ;u.d ihivo in- dependent supyoruTJ of the Govern- meat. No party obtuim-d a majority. Referring to this Assembly Sir Percy Fitnyatritk. a mim who is thor- oughly flitimate with South Africa and its afutirs from a residence tlieru dat- ing back tp days ui' Krugor, says that the Go'.eruineiU have been kept iu oillcc then by tho support of the Unionists, as and "do tho i thins in a bis way." Tho result what ,s thc of the llhrase I iR-vor in doubt, but tho unanimity "Men of the sumo j an 1 surpassed all expoc- Utions. Thouyh there had been grave and resentment ii What i.s tho Kluk-Kiak? ;i. Who was Nash? 4. What is Lessiau diet? What is called the longest word como from? ANSWERS posed by the ancient, and even the theu- listen to tMs SULS Jews, to be tho seat ot tho affections. tune "bentl the thu I'nionist rank and file on tho with- in the Kngliah luugimgti Mhawal uf the basic condition regard-1 the .word "milliner" ing a now party with a new name, it not upon this that stress laid by iue'munv spankers, but. far more the difficulties with which Gen- em! Smuts and his party were faced. "If we have made groat think what they have done and endured! If they 'cannot do nil they would, it is for us to meet them more than half way." That was the spirit in the Unionist Party, without a single dissentient, ended its separate ciroer. Ccneral Smuts' manifesto exposing iho Nationalist aims and revral- President of Church Proves Artist With Gravel and Cin- ders Curdston Displays 'Civic Spirit (Prom Our Own Correspondent) CARDSTON, Feb. You would think today was Dominion Day iu O.rdston from tho explosions that can be heard and the parade up and do-wn the streets. Today is the first day of three-days of road mending in town. 'Everybody's doin' Eveu the mayor has a pick and shovel and Pres. Kdw. J.aVood has been throwing grav- el and cinders all day, To see the one i hundred and some odd men seated at the dinner table at once would Inspire i one with the though that Oardston had 1. Thn reins or sup- j "10 M right; Afd to tho An idol worshipped in.Pegu. The god is to sleep G.OCKI years, and y.'lien A call comes ringing o'er the restless town, he awakes the end of the'world will i ''Send some he'S1' smA 3. A leader of fasfiion In "Bath, Eng., the latter end of the seventeenth century and the beginning of the eight- teenth. 4. Great alistfnsnce. Called from Lessius, a physiciarl who presented the strongest rules for diet. ft. Honorificahilitudinitatibus. which occurs in Shakespeare's "Love's Lab- extreme gravity of tho issue j our Lost." Quadra'dimeasaonaiity is ai- broughi it home to General Jlertzog li.at they had gone too far. It .ilarmed the large section of his party who, whilst in full sympathy with tho pro- j matters of dress. gramme. tmv3 iiut the least intention or desire to provoke civil war. There are men of property among the Na- most as long. 6. A corruption of Milaner. So-call- ed from Milan, in Italy, which at one j time gave the law to Europe in all i tionalists. General Hertzog made an effort to explain away the danger of I conflict; but he was "brought to heel" j immediately by Mr. Roos, the leader 11 of the extremists, and obliged to reit- erate at a meeting in his constituency i that secession from the British con- the Government of General Uutlia was throughout the and throughout the life of the previous Parliament. A tx.st o' forbearaiu'-j, and ifiitriotisrn over six years proved tot loyalty to the j their grea.es and on the greatest j actjve mme IBSUCS tins YU uatary ami loose strength.of jn th, ,ast ante was equal to any strain; and in lops vital but frequently more trying There aro streets to level, there Fords to save. Send the men, send the men. Send the men, the stoat and stalwart men, Move the soil for" ever more. When the job is finished and the work is done, See us smile, see us smile, As the "Lizzies" roll atnna; with per- fect ease. Every mile, every mile. Then from now to evermore will be One grand united lamily. And If further evidence is needed of Cardston's enthusiasm look at the kids; everyone ot them is wearing a langhlln owner liable (or a fee ot about The heartast contributor Iu thm line U the Canyon City Lumber Co., which onuriitt'H trucks on tho IOK haul, the bluer ones of which pay a license of over JSO ouch. Kor nil January tho valley had but one birth, one murrhifu und one death. Bo far this .winter five above zero the coldest, but while the weather has been nilld we havo had at least a month of sLeady sleighing. Owing to the crowded condition of nil tho rooms there will bo no mor.) new received mi? II after the mid-summer holidays, at which time it Is likely a two-i- iom addition will ho made to tho public school. With three ot the sin rural schools in the valley also faced with >h prospect of hav- k of Roing in tor a consolidated school, with Creston as tho centre. Chang: Shooting Season At their January meeting on lion- day night tho noil and Gun Club de- cided to ask the government to alter Quite a Stir in Municipal Cir- cles at nations Accepted (From Our Old Correspondence') CLAHESHOLM, Keb. .weather still continues in this section tion which last yuar at this tlnie a great source ot worry to the farmer is a very small item. The Wilton hotel has changed again. Mr. L. Hyde, formerly ot the White Lunch, of Claresholm, has taken ticularly tor deer, which" Iro-m t0p to bottom' wUl renovate will open about the middle of Octob- er, and close ut the end of December. This year tho deer season at December 1st, before an Quite a stir has taken place in the engineering department of the town of Claresholm. It appears that the head engineer haa taken exception to the PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR TH H D B Y MAN Of DWTV, Will (0 to Jail (or coitmpt at Medicine Hit li to Increase the of P. H. Pukhnnt, gorenwr died m brief IllMH. Rov. (Capt.) H. M. Shore. rector of St. Michael's church, Crescent O'.lgary, has resigned. He will rctirm tu England. Major G. P. Loggie, who hu twin senior ordnance officer tor MIMtsry District No. 13 during last yearn, left Calgary Monday night tor Winnipeg, where he will tike orer lira. ilar duties in that military district All provincial civil and ecemer st, before any snow camp tu me r ivrTiiDta anu and there .were not more than a con' n of the ctlalrman water municipal employees, Including pie of dozen all told of these animate comm'ttee' in Placing another nun in and firemen, in British Columbia, ara taken. The club will alao ask the an- T thoritles to enforce at least a two nyon an cener .an T about onfy angMng was Calll3d.011 Monday 'night and all lo is for winter wliiteflsh ?nevances were a'fed before the meet- tton.) Assembly in South Africa, Sir Percy Fitzpatrick says, did not fairly reflect are you driving at in your first two questions? Your: third question is merely .one-.of- the j baiige on which is inscribed: theory of indices as applied to a Irac- "This I resolve: To make Cardstoa better because it's my home and underneath the resolve you might read: "Dad and brother's abiiildin' roads, Ma and Bister's amakin' pies, I' have agreed with the Civic Club To boost Cardston to the skies." And the explosions of the blasting of the gravel hill at the power hous and the hill by the Community Lumb Co.'s office gave evidence of the "boo More About Vitamines (By Brlce Belden, M.D.) years' close season for fish in the Goat STi-iTf 'S6nt River, between Canyon and Kitchener. tiou8' A-sPflciaI In this strc worth whili which are particularly plentiful year. B. last week, and is now occupying the Co.------ I. m'eetlnB olthe'conncll m6: A I0'8 a" to thl ac6ePtlBfe the wa, ukcn and. f{ B. Nlcol, of Rostliern, Sask arrived 'our. tor and 'hree against: This taat- st week, and is now occupying the a Ereat amount of talk ompton house oo Victoria Ave., which cf a hSrd he lately purchased. Last summer like as (fit a personal Mr. Nicol purchased half of the matter flni'h: Sam Treas" twenty-acre Griffin ranch, and will get v6 H. Maxwell are m charge of the possession m April. A 'teen age girls' club, known as A young daughter of Thomas Dodds cu, nown as the King's Daushters, was organized a" in connection .with the Presbyterian f'1 church last week, and on Saturday had I their first money-making venture in the shae f hk ,k brok8 her rlsht ann below the shape of a silver tea at the manse, ORTflN at which J7 was realized. Last night UKluw SCHOOL SELECTS ITS SECRETARY-TREASURER hiost important of all those matters of internal affairs the expei-L, u'u .uTch o fmm wer8 opened dynamite so thi the opinion of the country on any great i UUICQnelP to protect us. from -disease riiestion niqnrpdlv i-nnii tho I by keeP'DS us in Sood physir-1 iltai question, assuredly no. upon the ,lltlon. Tney esist ln minute iraco oi: u great uartuership has .effect- ed mutual education and tolerance, und has created a broaded outlook. When thu Third' Parliament of the Union met in April last General Bmuta Coiiud his party iu a minority. (and three Independents) in a HousV} .ot 134. He decided to carry on, trur.tliis to ttie support of the L'niou- isU; but, it vaa clear that this was a teuiyorary and tactical measure.-Then came the. attempt to reconcile and re- tuiito tlle two Dutch parties, or at any rate to what wera the points of real1 difference between them and to endeavour to find some compromise UILIUU. i ney exist m mmuce quantities, .lie of epitomized and chemists have not yet succeeded as "The Act of and "Civil but whether the electorate, as a whole yet understood the gravity of the issue, and how far they will go.in.Staking minor matters to safeguard the tunda: Act of Union 'and the question's yet to be answered. In the meanwhile there Is the hard-and ugly fact that (when the House was in Committee) the entire strength of the South Afri- can Party and Unionists in tli3 Lower or cure'. The Joint Congress ot the two j House provided a majority of one. attended by some 600 dele- .T The Nationalists are p-mectly or- gatos from every part of South Africa. It is .undeniable that there was an in- tensely., strong jlesire among the rank dial file, for racial reunion. Thc whole weight of the Dutch Reformed Church was bohind it. The Nationalists would hiive no ambiguity. Fnn'.i the Xationalist point of view til-, icticrns of General Smuts and his p.uty -were insincere throughout, and the whole movement is described as clever manoeuvring. The open letter or manifesto pub- lished in October, in which General Smuts appealed to "all right-minded South Africans, "irrespective of party or race, to join a new party which will be strong jinough to safeguard the of the Union the.disruptive and destructive policy of the says Sir Percy Fitapatrlclt, marks a great de- parture. It is 8rst time that a South African Dutch leader has burnt Ills boats in and open attempt to break down for ever the jmcial barrier line in political and pub- lic life. Its proposal for the formation Of a new party'was heartily welcomed as proof that, at last, equal recogni- tion vraa to be extended to the English- section. At the South Afri- can Party Congress, which met a for.. night later, tlila Important condition was not accepted. Number of branches had made it a condition that the nama ot the party slioulrt not be 'altered, and hatl instructed delegates accord- ingly. It. was the old trouble. Absorp tlon of the Unionists was considered by some to be a sul'itlent advance; were born organised. coalition on or etiual partner- would i'i loo far inr many and would result in loss of support. Tins freah and unexpected call up the -.Unionists, for self-effacement and the-'sacrlflce of honorable and valued associations appeared to the Enslish- spealilng section unreasonable and of a spirit smaller than the occasion demanded. It was in this at- mosphere that the Unionist Congress Diet. Tb.ere wan no time to explain or to appeal. A preliminary meeting be- hied closed doors when all eyes on the Unionists would have given ground for endless rumora and mis- dile'f. Sir Thomas the leader of the Union isU, took the bold course of .holding the meeting In the open, marine, public, all he knew, and trust- ing -tor .the name fencroua response They are untroubled b conscious of, consequences and the bigger things that are the common places of statesmanship and model conditions! Their creed is simple "We are the People; the rest ar trespassers and exploiters, birds o passage and of prey. The colored an native people are chattels." Thosi whose memories go back over 2i years will recognize the doctrine o Citlanderlsm. there is a continuous stream of team loading gravel at both chutes and u loading on the roads. There is enoug in isolating them. In the abse these minute substances nutrition is sure to suffer. nce of clay in the Brave1' ao the road ,11 'hat when the roads are plcke a little they will form an excellen .dbed. CONCLUSIONS OF A GENERAL MANAGER. Mr. C. H. Carlisle, General Manage: of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co in. advocating the purchase of Canad ian made goods by the public is caudu enough to say that Canadians will ex poet their manufacturers to help along the returu to lower prices and norma living costs by employing efflcien means of eliminating waste and ex travagance in manufacturing and sell ing; by building quality into their products equal at least to the qualitj of'imported products; by arranging selling "price's of their products com mensurate with the difference in pro duction cost at home and abroad. Canadians will support to the hilt a home-production and consumption program of that kind. And thereby the prompt return of a great measure of our former prosperity will result. SpeaUIng of the future conditions of the country Mr. Carlisle anticipates that conditions will Improve faster than average world conditions. Proof of that improvement is already at hand. There is a quickening in many lines of industry, especially the auto- motive industry.'The conservative buy Ing period which our people havo in- flicted on themselves for several months past Is over. Great economies wore undoubtedly effected by this con- servation of and savings. Be- sides being a natural reaction from a brief period of violent spending, it is clear manifestation of the underlying soundness, caution, and clear thinking qualifications of our Canadian democ- racy. A people who can "put on the BO to speak, as Canadians have done In the last months, who can show their capacity for such a great measure of self discipline, can ultimately take cave of themselves In world competition. And in nur ability to compete In. tho markets of the world table, and it is very Important that the niained in good which were fed on fine-flour ;bread ..nul.tis in twenty or thirty days In i the same way, those fed onwromeal saia that at noon made by the newer STead had hauled 150 wagon loads o of the old-fashioned cornmeal. began' that 1- to show signs of neuritis in from three to seven weeks. Iu the preparing of'food It hat been found' that those kinds ot vitamiuea called the fat-soluble and antlueuritlc are somewhat impaired when they reach the boiling But are not altogether destroyed. The third kind of vitamlno, which is called; the anti- scorbutic Is de- stroyed by boiling andi injured by a temperature of 160 degrees. Thus can- ned foods which must: be heated lo a temperature of 2-10 degrees for two or three hours are extremely lacking In vitamines (canned tomatoes, how- ever, do not lack Vitamines cannot .withstand alkalis When bread is made with bicarbonate of soda the latter li converted into carbonate of soda, which produces a strongly alkaline reaction, resulting in the destruction of the vitamines. been hauled, and that ha expecte many more teams tomorrow than wer out today. IF TOO SENTIMENTAL WEAR DARK GLASSES your blonde wife or sweetheart is too temperamental make her .wear dark glasses: this 'is tho suggestion made by Dr. R. C. Augus- tino, President of the American Opt- ometric Association. "Blondes are not adapted to this Dr. Au- gustine. "The glaring sunlight Irritates their nerves." ies Canada's greatest opportu-jity. In regard to the motor industry, Mr. Carlisle is optimistic in his outlook on he future. Ho says .that "the .ijinnu- iacture ot two-passenger, five-passen- ;er 'and seven-passenger motor cars s due for a great further expansion. This, for the reason that at least eighty per cent., and probably more son, of Creston, chairman, and Norman t the mileage rolled up annually by stones. ot Lister, secretary. After com- hls type of vehicle, is made in trans-' oreanization the balance of n session was spent in remodo Ing ction of business. The motor car has i the half dozen resolutions tho differ! eased to be purely a- joy-riding ve- ent valley locals .will send to the pro- Rod and Gun Club Wants th Shooting Season Changed (Prom. Our Own Correspondent) CRESTON, B. C., Feb. an nual meeting of Creaton Valley Agri cultural Association was held on Tues day afternoon, with a .fair turnout o members. The financial statjmen. showed that despite the fact that an unexpected expenditure of to per manently wire the main building hai brpn made, the 1920 fair had paid n! running t.-.i-.naes, and there was a lial oe of to the good. The auditor's sheet also srcuen il.nt there was now but MBO of debt on tlle flue new main building erected in 1919. A board of eleven directors, consisting of Men dames Maxwell and Hayden, and Messrs. G. 0. Rodgers, Oeo. Johnson, W. V. Jackson, C. F. Hayes, G. Cart- wright, E. R. S. Sevan, F. H. Jackson and Col. Lister, M.P.P., wero elected and they are meeting on Thursday to elect the various offic- ers and name committees.' On Saturday afternoon delegates from the live valley locals of the Unit- ed Farmers met here and formed a district association, with W. V. Jack- iclft. Its utility, economy, and conven- ence has made it a business necessity 'he world Is waitins for tho advent lul f a car not yet made, a car lighter four months, Is re-opening this week. vincial convention at Vancouver at the end of the month. The second ears of economical "ser- rooras. Both tho White Lunch and ice before reaching tho end of, its Creston Cafe havo just opened out I.. Bofiilnoss. Until the limits of naln of house line as well aa sup- ach a car, with. tho. growing opnor- i 'Tp mities for motor trucks'and' motor nsses havo been reached, the -limit expansion of the automobile bus- less has not boon reached. e present only Borne forty- six of tho over 100 auto and truck own- ers in the valley have taken out their M21 licenses. This year cars pay on the weight basis, with the Ford draw- IM tho minimum ot rtnd a Me- they commenced a study of lirst aid work, (iistrict health nurse, Miss Mc- Luhan, giving them a demonstration along that lino. I Business was slow at the pe'Ica I four ing; and It would be eitremely unwise province was almost Col. Litter, M.P.P.-elect for this con- stituency, m being given a couple of send-offs this week prior to his leavinir Mr. Jim Ingram, in the sand hills, also had a surprise party last week. On the 26th January the young people of the district were entertain- for Victoria for the legislative session. !fd at_the ReT' !J'.C' com- tremely unwise to miss this golden opportunity to hear what the Boy Scouts can do by way of entertainment. i The Burdett troop will give a Scout dance arfter the entertainment, hav- ing engaged the Rygg orchestra. le was a guest at a concert and dance iImny were entertained with games and We understand the charges for ad ,t Lister last night, whilst tomorrow Refreshments were served dur- mission will be adults and children night the Creston Tories will he hosts at aa At Home in his honor. MILADY'S HAIRQPESSER DECIDES DEBUTANTE ing the evening, and a most-enjoyabla time was spent. Mr. .and Mrs. Paull were visitors to Lethbridge last .week. Mrs. Jr.'S. Dickson has moved onto I the Dowson farm west of town. Mr. TO SHOW LOBE OF EAR I Bautch's well drilling outfit moved on BOSTON, Feb. at least the tips of your ears and wave your was the advance Information on sp.ring styles given by the ladles' ha'ir dressing asso- ciation, which opened a conven- tion Monday. Older women may show more of Ihe ear than debu- tantei end itill conform with the new styles. Higher hair dressing will be the vogue for older women. Ear rings In holop and pendant effects will be favored. When we think we can make both ends moves the ends. Many a man is a success with, hens but a failure with: chickens. to the place last week to secure a sup- ply of water for Mr. Dickson. At the meeting of the Orion Consoli- dated School Board held on Saturday, Mr. W. J. Peck was appointed secre- tary-treasurer for 1921. Tenders arc out for the van routes and for a janitor, and it is expected that school will commence In a couple of weeks. January has been a very fine month, the weather throughout has been ex- ceptionally mild with a light snowfall. Tho precipitation for January is estim- ated at five inches of snow, which is equal to .5 inches of rain. Edward McGuire of Guelph suddenly expired while walking up hill with friends to a hockey match. 15c for entertainment, and those who wish to take in the dance pay the usual gl.OO admluion for gentlemen, the 'belhg free. Funds raised are to provide equip ment for the local troop, also ti help out the Glee Club of Dow Island. A daughter was- born to'Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weatley at Medicine Hat hospital on January 25th. A daughter was borri to 'Mr. arid Mrs. Eugene, at the hospital here, on January The representatives of the Consoli- dated school here, and also of the country of the have left for the convention at Calgary. Rev. Lawrence, of the Presbyterian church at Grassy Lake, .mlll-entertaiD the people of Burdett and dUtrict with his lantern slides here on February 8th. Mr. Fawns, of Raymond, was a -rls- itot to the L.D.8. church on Sunday afternoon, and also Sunday evening. Quite a number of people being pres- ent each time. ;