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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK FOUR TttiJJBTBBRlPGl DAILY WEDNESDAY, FEBU7AXY 10 r. ilmcnvrf LS.THIRIDO.K HKHALO COMPANY. LIMITED Mil (tmt South, AIMrt W. A. BUCHANAN PrMldMt and JOHN TOItltANCM BudMU M Vembw Audit Burehv of RitMl delivered, per week..........I Dully, br mall, per ycnr............ 8.0 by nuuJ lor 6 months........ Dully by mill. 3 2.5 Weekly, by mall, yor ywr.......... l.fc null, per to U.S... 2.0 THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. In delivering tha Rhodes Lee turs of MMionji at University lomdon, Bng., Mr. John Davia, the American Ambassador mada a very-interesting reference t tha Constitution of the United States so in that B touched jon fundamentals per haps, are not widely known. Lord Reading, the Lord Chief Justice, wh late'war, one would think that the matter 'of raising a good sized erect a nemorial to the falteri Sot Have >een much of a problem. But what- ever the reason the.responsa io the canvass by the committee appointed was uot the success hoped for, and nly a- matter of a. thousand dollars r so was raised at the- time. There was a meeting held later to discuss urther but there was a divis-, on of opinion ou What form the mem-1 awarded to the one who makes the >rial should take, and there the Wat-1 highest gain during the season. The er rested till last week, when the committee met and decided to fFrom Our Own WINNIFHED, very .delightful evening waa that held at the home of Mrs....Hilda Christopher- son, when she entlrtaincd, whist be- ing the pjulime, Mrs, E. Dewier win- ning ladles' first Mr. Eeginbal, gents' first, Mrs. P. C. Buehring and Mrs. Teddy presided over the party. Misses Doris and Mabel Burch served a 7 o'clock Valentine Dinner Tuesday at their home. The young folks engaged in music and dancing and great fun prevailed daring the evening. Winnifred lady..whist players will hold games to decide champion player of the season, three beat games out of five. A special prize wil' give np the ghost, as it were, or in other irords, voted to hand the over o the city council, with the suggeat- tho JL, on that they taka the project in hand the Cabinet are directly or nand !he monov the to the people. A government carried j ors. In suggesting the latter alterna- on in thia way is called responsible! tivei the committee loses sight of the government. In the United States !hat, are, io Cabinet ia composed of men who arc not chosen from and do not occupy seats ID any representative body, who frequently are of a contrary political persuasion from that of the majority in the representative body, who are nominees of President, and who are, consequently, not responsible for their official acts to the. people. In Canada, and also in England, the; Legislatures have power to Interfere kind, and apparently tho "project re- with the contracts of anyone In the United State, the Legislatures cannot inuuui that fund who would not take their money back in any case. They gave it for a war memorial, and they will sea it used 'for that purpose. Last year there was talk of erecting a granite shaft or of some sort iu the open space near the station to bear the names of those who have fal- len in the war. But there were those who disagreed with both the location and the proposed form of the mem- orial. Other suggestions made for a library, or a building of some Interfere with" contractual relation- ships. In Canada tax bill being Introduced into Parliament must be recommended by the Governor-Gen- eral; and such bill must originate the representative House. In the United States aueh a measure may be Introduced without recommendation, by anyone, and In any House. In Can- ada It Is usually introduced by a Min- ister of the Crown. In Canada the federal power can veto Provincial legislation, but in the United States there is no veto power In the Congress. Vulcan is showing itaelf to be a prosperous and developing- town. A town with such a name should forge ahead. Peterboro, It Heems likely, will have tho distinction of precipitating a General Election. Tho hog business is said to have been disastrous last year, it is not to be implied that this applies solely to the profiteering husincss. Mrs. W.-irren G. llardins is said to havo selectm! bluu as tho favorite Tor hor costunififl. With nor statement that slm is "10D per cent she evidently intends to show that she ia "Lruy bluy." Just about where It was on MS ot Tbe matter of establishing a memor- ial park somewhere in the centre of the city to contain some actual mem- orial, as well as the usual park fea- tures, has been suggested of late, and is worth considering, since this city has no park space of any kind at the present time. In the meantime the great thing appears to be to get a memorial of some kind under way and that at once, rather than have it noised abroad that Cranbrook undertook to start something, atud could not carry it through. first of these games will take place at the home of Mrs. Harvey Davia CLARESHOLM ITEMS (From Our Own Correspondent) CLARESHOLM, Feb. fine weather still hangs on, Mrs. J. W. Taylor who has spent the last three months iu Seattle, is expected homo this week. Pelix Auclett, an old timer In this dis- trict, is visiting friends here at the present time. Delhert Reynolds has purchased tho old Simmomia place west of town. T. C. Milnes has sold hla beautiful residence on Shelver street to Mrs. Dr. McKay of Nanton, who will open a 7-rnom hospital. This will fill a long folt want In this town. Mr. Aubrey Watson and wife of Meadow Crook, are. the proud parents of a young daughter, Thcra Is nuite an epidemic of cqlds coliiK tho rounds at present. In some nasos thn disoase hus turned into a nevero rase of pneumonia. Owen Sound ratepayers will vote on lilt- proposal In put dock IU the City Hall uvcr. this week. Tommy Dunn shipped eight coyote hides this week but received a very small sum for them. George Bryant received hasty call to come to Medicine Hat Hospital as Mr. Bryant was taking a turn for the worse. Mr. T. M. Westbrooh, living four miles northwest of Foremost, will have a big auction sale on Feb. 25th, S. D. Peacock of Lethbridge, made a business trip to Winnifred Feb. 5th. Mr. Delaney of Retlaw, spent Sat- urday in Winnifred: Mr. Davia spent a couple of days in Medicine Hat this week. Winnifred Lodge No. 67, I. 0. 0. F. will give a Valentine Dance Monday evening, Feb. 14th. Miss Edith Sandy of Burdette, is teaching at the Rosecliff school this term. Billy Craig is doing.the carpenter work on P. Wald's house thin week. A larga numher of Winnifred young folks formed a dancing party Friday and were present'at the Good Cheer school house dance Feb. 4th. Mrs. C. Hoffland, living ten miles south of a bad runaway, The sleigh upset and frightened the horses, dragging her half a mile, when her clothing caught in a wire fence. Her face and head were cut in several places. Miss Inez Backstrom spent Satur- day and Sunday with her returning to St. Theresa Academy Monday. Mr. Backstrom accompanied her to Medicine Hat. Frank Hlllls and Tony Craig Sun- dayed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gosselin. Mr. R. B. Taylor of the Union Bank spent Saturday and Sunday on the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson return- ed from their trip to Maple Creek and Medicine tliis week. Mr. Oliver. Duraml returned from Whtteflsh, Mont, Feb. 4th, to be on dock when spring work begins. He says Canada Ia the for him. Mrs. Julius Levcnne left Feb. 2nd for Red Willow, being called to thtt home of Mrs. W. 0. Parker, who is very ill. Oscar Donaldson visited IrlOTds In Medicine Hat last week. Mrs. Vema Custle Peterson return- ed to Calgary last week to meet her husband, whore they eipect to side. Mrs. A. .T. Trembly was hastened to Mndiclno Hat Hospital. Waller Gray ,-tnd Bob Cameron rr ir-oi B. c. at all satisfied with the work done, as far as the work waa carried out, but they are of one opinion, that it would resulted in much better satis- faction to all had it been carried on for another day. A very large num- ber of delegates attended, and the amount of work left over was consid- erable, while the work accomplished was great. The work for rural schools is often perplexing, when the taxes are behind, the teacher has an offer to go somewhere else, the ratepayers want better work done, and other things that come in during the year's work of trnstecs. In town schools the occasional changing of teachers brings down the standing of the Mhool at the end of the term. Mac- leod was represented by the chair- man of the school board, H. T. Mc- Nickoll and Mayor Fawcett; Arden- School, T. Ganthier; Waterton, i Maioney; Hathwell, J, Johnaoo and Parkerviik, H. Hands. Irrigation for Macleod 8outh it now progressing. Tie plans have been completed by the Irrigation office in the city of Calgary, and have been forwarded to the Government Survey- or at Edmonton, where they will ba id if regular and in order, before the Leglslatnre a Mratni M Han roan who position, mu who btutneu, and" Ban wko Is at to aau wko ss man. Owteg fctnrdmj, Kev W. A. Hoys tor a, out to ef farmers', they skated, rolled in the straw .tacts, kW tramp, then a goo4 thai oniy boys can nnnt4 to Macleod lawk. high In thilr for mam gave thai good time. GRANTJM GOSSIP (Prom Omr Own Mrs. r. Waal aboat fifteen little folks honor of daughter Marjoria'i birthday. at- PICKED UP [IN PASSING rom T a wv ft HAN will como when it meets on February 15th, 1921. That more detail work is wanted will no doubt be found, but the men who pushing it are pushing hard and rill not let it rest; Among the churches in Macleod Sunday special services were held by the Salvation Army, and Happy Jim A Mwr nit lisW4> twein gfot M Fraak Ugretni. Beta, m. cal sty aa4 MM Mb school to Mm its Mgb of living. A. jr. Quite a nomlwr trom tended the kocker natch Friday night. Mrs. H. Yorfenon Sat- urday after spending a few fa Lethhrldga. Those wko itUnded at the Murphy report a asrjor- able time. Miss Johnson tt spcndlag a days at Woodhouse. Mrs. Steve a party of Saturday The erening spent dancing secretary D. H. tks 1_ after wklch a very dainty' Boasdy at Its tcsjuxr Mskvr unch was sirred. Mrs. Cattnaca and; ing MeMtd not trnsft Mrs. Salfon cit tke while Mrs.'....... nil wife court by fkv wWsf Firry was arranged on el conduct. Havtaf COM to fiat ryske, Mdicsl nfiUmmtmt tit Herat Alaxaadn, koapltat. MMM, lartkwtth and Kopnlch and Mrs. Pofcy Smith pour- ed the party up IS the wee hours, declaring Mr. and Mrs. Marlette the best of hostesses. lot Fysha. ANOTHER SERIOUS RIOT OCCURS NEAR CALCUTTA LONDON, dispatch to the Dally Mall1 from Calcatta, India, reports a riot at the Naihatl jute mills, 30 miles from Calcutta, be- tween Ouerkhaa, armed police and mill hands. Two Gnerkhas were Jelli- ed and elgfet seriously wounded and many mill hands were injured. The day previously Ohandi, the revolution- ary leader, had visited the local dis- trict Wd the mill to adopt passive resistance. WOMAN MOONSHINER KILLED MAN WHO TOLD THE REVENUE OFFICERS ATLANTA, Oa., Feb. Sarah Glass, 50-years bid, from tbtf raom- tains of Fickenj cooaty, Georgia, to- day began serving a 30-day sentence for operation of an Illicit still, and ac- cording to -prohibition officers, after serving her sentence, will return to tried in the state court for killing- the Miller was the principal spanker. He man who told on her. told of his experiences, and of the 1 ,--------__ happy change he had made since he I DRURY FULL-FLEDGED quit the old way and tried tke Men way. He was ably assisted by officers from both Lethbridge and Calgary. TORONTO, FBb. MASON B. LITTLE CHILD DIES or (From Oar Own TABW, I CarMOT tanfttad In a motor Laachlln garaft, bat ftafft trtMed kef. hroncht -autkar In. Nl Mata. tkti nomtac, to Me, un. w. B. or -nnd wun.0 monia, following expected fo-OM tor wniek win takk- nesday at 2 p. m. Otkar sav tending to ynMnt de- tained tn ttatr- tamllin. 9. 1. 1. P, Layton are ft ike Her. Bryan WO1 and Friday the new CudatM church. A tire in a larlag big wind MoBdfcy SMraaafl the ilgial lor Ikoogk near a oocarred. Kim wfll (TM a ihw soiosit in the Vets' hall on "Wednesday, wltk a varied range of Chw all over town. H. R. rnftdawl ani Tufte- land left for Drury, premier of Ontario, _ of Corinthian Masonic lodge, Tufteland, who day's services a great boost I Ont., raised to the third degree for the Salvation Army in their work at St. Andrew's Masenic lodge here in Macleod and district. last night tn the of nearly There was a good attendance at 600 brethren. the Presbyterian church both morn- ing and evening. In the Methodist church the children's service in the morning brought oat the little folks who heard a good talk on "Signals." to 8t. Aodrevp's Belleville, has Increased the stipend of- their pastor, A. from peeled to fully i m, Mrs. MOVINfl POsl COLONY PORT OF BPAIM, picture tkMtia for Aa cbMtra ef gtol lit tie Bit PLAYER'S NAVY CUT ;