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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim e, BIDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY FfOprltton arid Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALf> PRINT INO COMPANY, LIMITED (23 Street South, Lelhbrldc." W. A. Buchanan Preildent and Managing Director Join Tjrrance Business Manas' TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office osing upon the parents a. compulsory aw, which in many countries Is "close- associated with religious neutral- ly." The Cardinal's attitude not hit ct the Catholics in other Pro- vinces, clerical or lax. or ol Ihe pro- sressivo minority in his own church n Quebec. The Catholic Council of PutHc In- struction which is at the head of the si-hools in the province, Is also on re- cord as opposed to the movement. Pre- mier Gouin has expressed the need lor some legislation to keep the children etf the slreets and at school, but it is evident his government will not take any action at this1 session of the Leg- is-atura. Member Audit Burttii ol Circulation "Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week...... -15 Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, par feir ......Ja-" Weekly, by mali, per year Weekly, by mall per year to Speaks to Large olution of Appreciation 1'rc- From City Churches Another monster congregation met at Wesley church liM night at the farewell service which brought a close the evangelistic campaisu. >.ver> available trace in the bony and he gallery the building was occupied Before the evangelist delivered hi- final address resolution was read bv Hsv. HodslM expressing the grei appreciation of Mr. Stephens-persona efforts in the campaign and testlf> tn HIP 2TMI "ood it proauc ilcanacs oeiug IHWBI ing to tue greai n should pass through CROWS' NEST PASS ONLY FEASIBLE ROUTE. There has teen quite- a surfeit ot about Ihe location of Canada's Trans-continental Hhishway through the Rockies, Calgarians being most aniioos tilt li should pass through that city, tlence through Banff and on to the coast. Calgary's claim is, of Dates of expiry o! subscription s ap- war dally on address label. j Ince ot papers alter expiration date is oar authority to continue the sub- scription. APPRECIATION OF OUR HIGH SCHOOL Just now much consideration is be- ing given to education, hut we doubt whether our people are as ser- ionsly concerned. about it, as they jhould be. It is a weakness on our jirt that we leave the schools to the teachers and the school board and In- teresfoufselyes very'little'In the pro- tress ot education in the city. Of course U is always easy enough to critWze. but constructive criticism and kindly advice and encouragement aro not so common. Criticism ot our schools is often heard, but praise Is withheld, it b the boys and girls, anxious for education, that are appre- ciative. The other day we read a let- ter from a Letibridge boy who is a student at an eastern university, Mc- 0111. in Jloateral. lie is eager for his studies and is appreciative of his teachers. He. graduated from our high school and praises' If proudly. He at- tributes to his course here, his EUC- cess at the University in the east. In his "One thing It you get Qrade. XIL- and know your work yon are_eqnivalent to thlrd-year In vie. I carejirhat anybody says." Ills eslimite miy be too optimistic hut it proves tiat he values his train- in at LethbrMJe high, school is not ashamed to about a And our high school la making i good record Comparing its achievements in eiam toaiioas with other schools of the put Tince, the school stands high. It is otrr duty to encourage the princlpa and teachers to keep up the splendid wort course, a one. but Calgary will topographical difficulties the adoption of the northern would entail, >-wever. there seems to be little eople ot Samaria were In o much so that two women by agree lent boiled tho child ot the- ono and te it. There were four Wrs who ook a chance ot belnj: the Ity or being killed by .Assyrians f they went to their camp for food. Going thither they found that the be- ieglng gpne hurriedly In, the night. They fed on the. gwu things hat had been left In the hurried light But they were not content to keep these to themselves. They said. we larry till morning some mis- chief will happen." So they hastened back to bring the good news ot the disappearance of the ecietuy lo the be- leaguered city. From this the preach- er drew the lesson of the need ol not being satisfied with having the bene- fits 'ot the gospel ourselves, but_ tho need ot carrying it to otherj. U is not enough to ariuk of the cup of sal- vation ourselves, hut It should he Y 10. PICKED UP IN PASSING 1VOR THE MAN passed on to olhers Yen- few of the millions in said not agree with everything in the cam- paign he admired the magnificent spirit and the devotion to bis work which Mr. Stephens had showed. He had spoken from the conviction ot his hearL Mr. further, paid a tribute to Mrs.' Stephens, whose ad- were masterpieces ot sim- China' had heard ot s. the preacher, and by.means ot rib- bons he showed that In the world there were over 13 million Jews, 111, million Protestants, over r.u minion Greeks, million Mohamme- dans over 272 million Catholics. Every The local union ot clgarmjkers has decI4e.il to establish a factory at Tor- onto. The building of the new railway be- tween Hespeler and Preston Is lo be- gin at. once. Fire destroyed tho posloffice. Trib- une office and JUer drug store at Tro- hu. The Prince.Edward Island Aerial Transport Company. Limited, is incor- porated with J25D.OOD capital. Sixty-seven divorce petitions are to i-omo before Parliament this session. as against thirty-three in any previous iar. According to a British scientist, men go to sUep more quickly than women, ml sleep less soundly and, it normal tealth, not so Ions- TO GET RID However, tnere seems lu us iunv were ui need to worry. The and conviction; to the work rente is the only teasiblcjof Mr. Fisher, Miss Lament and Miss wslned 'and the Physical mpos.blllt Saxmar, re.oluUowaslgned ies of the other proposed routes and.NeYe, and .Messrs. soon eliminate them from the discus- Hjginbotiiam. chairman of executive sion. To E. F. Gljot. secretary of committee, and Kendall, president of the Nelson Board of Trade we are the Christian Men's League. In indebted for some facts about the Jy ternative routes, and these facts eiprcssion of the resolution. quite conclusiye- proof that there need ReTirai was not easy, as the ex- be no worry that Lethbridge .will not yerionce at the close brings home. In was e no worry yerionce at the close brng be on the direct line ot the All Red all evangelistic meetings there which ever minute -1000 pass Into eternity without nod. for there are over SOS million heathen. With other ribbons the evangelist showed that In tho United States In one year 12 million dollars were spent on foreign missions, while millions were spent in chewing gum, SO mil lions in fancy millinery. iSO millions for home church work. 300 millions for confectionery, SOO millions for to- bacco, and 2 billions millions fo whiskey. A call at the end of the address fo any young people who, when they were older, wish to go out as missionaries brought to the platform forty. Saturday On Saturday nigh'. the_ evangelist points out that there are only three routes to consider. These (be pa5tors preached. But that does are the 2arl Grey Pass, the Rose prerent the workins together for and: Crows' Nest Pass. As tor Earl God. It W25 not a matter ol agree Gre'v Pa-s there are SI miles ot road Ins. hut of rescuing and bringing souls something with which rree. He everybody know that connect up through ._ lnTiniuifr 01 couve Pass, and 23 miles to be rebuilt at an L a bodj. Jt ,he Ue had been a vIce-presIJeut and di- rector of the U.F.A. He was also once president ot the Farmers' Cooperative Klovalor Co. j has been csitseJ am- ong tlritlsh Columbia legislators by the apparently welt founded rumor that tho Dominion Government has Is- sued Instructions to Ilia Honor the Lleutenanl-Coveruor no! to sign the new Vancouver Island Settlers' Rights Bill now ueforo (lie Legislature and duo tor Us second reading. The Great War Veterans of Sas- katchewan'have endorsed to a man a project -propose-d by the Moose Jaw branch ot tho association relative to a new text book fpr the schools ol the province. The new lest book wanted is a short history ot the with suecial reference lo Canada's part The building ot homes in Ontario Is to be. facilitated by the government sped there Mrs. Katharine Baker dted at Hel more, Ontario, in hot 101th year. She was married when sixteen years old to Quick Relief Vttox.i, OST. "I suffered for A nuwlicr of years with RktumalisiH aid sn-trl i'aiul ia my Side and Sad; caused Vy strains anil heavy 111 clog. When I bid given up hope of eier being well again, a friend recom- mended 'Kruit-a-livcs' to me and after using the first box I felt so much better Hist 1 continued fo iate them; and noir I am enjo) ins llio best of health, thinks to your wonderful fruit medicine1'. W. M. LAMPSO.V. "l-'ruit-a-tives" aro sold hy all dealers at 50c. a box, 0 for trial si'O sent postpaid by Fruit-s-tive3 Limited, Ottawa. to be facilitated hy the government was married when sixteen years old. _ f. by powers given to municipalities to i she has ten children and mora thai II .1' expropriate vacant land if necessary. hundred grand children and great n I. _ grandchildren, the greater numlmr of Vessels ol various kinds, wintering whom she has outlived. Several o! at Midland, including freighters with cargoes, are valued at over one hun- dred milfiou dollars. lu Temaskaming, SCO cows produc- ed 272.S31 pounds of cream, which made -13 tons ot butter, and earned for their 232 owaerf, J31.000. A systematic search ot the district in which Blaggi Ventino. a striker. at Lawrence, was shot and killed Mass.. is being made. spoke of the inlluence oi the Holy Spirit.. He likened it to wind. lire, water, oil and the dove. Like the wind 'ts Inlluence is felt and not seen. Like tho fire, it warms, illuminates and purifies. Like.the, water, it is The righteous shall flourish like a palm tree, It 13 said. The palm tree is ever green and hears Roland HIM. who has earned a name for himself as war correspondent, has been appointed editor ot the- olflcla ter children survive, nt ages ranging rom 15 to 85. x Tho Jury in the Queen's county su- preme court In Long Island city, which las been hearing evidence, fls lo the competency of Roswell II. L'llomme- clleu of Calgary. Alberla, a Canadian soldier, returned a verdict in his favor. As a result L'Hommeoieu. who recently reached Ms twenty-first birth day, will come into possession ot 5a9, oci5. The Great War Veterans' committee which waited'on Premier Martin in connection with the matter of a text een appointed editor ol tne oiuoa tuuutruuu ovcrnment records ,il Ottawa. hook with special reference to the cf- _ I fort of-Saskatchewan In the great war Kent County Council calls on the was agreeably surprised to learn that r 8as- fruit estimated cost ot And were of youns converts ot ure-en -Vrvlrp ami continually, because it is planted by service, ana abundant such a road constructed tourists would [forty who at the attemoon service hav to contend with a snow blockade came 'to the platform and expressed or id months of the "SPmlssale' S many snow slides and many other in- Jhere He closed th e wish, "May ere e cos conrenlences. The elevation ot tho God bless eTerybody and. may Leth- summit Is T.400 feet Rose Pass Is in the same category. It might be made a tourist route bridge be all Ihe better'for the cam- r service, under the dlrec- Fisher, was as Ontario Legislature for a more ag- ag- th im- k Tuition Ol naiiei, "oa two or three months in summer. Its M nd aUractlTC- as U5ttai, and is feet, the cost of road I tter a [inclj. duet by Mr. uSirUCIlon VIUULU. uo auu mnlete the gap between constructed list delivered a briet address from the on each side lie Pass, while the !7th chapter o! road would he-impassable in winter -I wing to an average snsw blockade s. to eight feet Such a i meeting, said tie preached So many 'had come near to him, Mrs. Stephens and the workers, and he was sorry I to have to say farewell. He wanted But the Crows' Nest route presents to speak briefly of the mo.st important appearance The Ust cenery may not be so grand, hut as manj. great questions that .coi _ Mr fiipnf. presents Ihp er _ would not be a commercial propc.5- nstruction would be to ahd Miss Saiman, the evangc- conn, the riverside and has an abundant supply of water. It is nearly all heart. When the Holy Spirit comes In it gives a great big heart, not a giiiard. It makes people love everybody. Peo- ple may not love Christ but He loves them. Like the oil. the Holy Spirit lubricates. "May God pour lots ot oil on the churches to take away fric- tion." Like the the Holy Spirit Is gentle and harmless, and will'take away bitterness of heart felt hy one individual the dove the Spirit Is the symbol ot In the time of the Jews those gresslve policy for permanent provement of roads. Welland of Trade has started on an extensive program for new In- dustries and for better conditions for workingmen. Clark, 32. found who could not afford lambs for offer- ing brought doves. Like these dovos, the Holy Spirit is accessible lo every- body. Mother of from a beam in the barn on their farm near Fergus. Ilalny River district boasts ot a remarkable showing in the potato culture, with an average 6f 220.3 bush- elg per The catch ot fish in Lesser Slave the. educational authorities ot kalchewan had anticipated a proposal relative to tho teit book and that it wai nearly completed. Ex-Mayor M. C. Smith was elected Mayor of Burlington over ex-Mayor Coleman, hy a majority ot 43. The fol- lowing were elected Councillors: A. E. Jarvls, J. Kenneth Allen. J. J. Hob -n and V R T.lfgar Tho election was due to tho res eJiatloi. of he ma Bnd ft lBr toth with rcspoct toha was ma e, or and four councillors elected in Jan- uary. The issue was between tho Hamilton Radial service aud the Hy- dro electric and the ronuii's ticket was v ,'orlous. Official announcement of the com- mission to conduct the registration of m feasibility, Mr.' Glgot presents the ollowing facti: xoad to obstructed, 5 questions that .come in manhood, hut the greatest question came lo man over nineteen 1 COMPULSORY EDUCATION i IN QUEBEC i It wilt te hAerestlag to follow th agitation.for compulsory education i Qaebee. :There are 'a lex o the Legislature in that province urs i ,Ing at every session that compulsory education should be Introduced. U nnUl recently they had met with li tie encouragement- However, serlou minded men are now calling tor the r form" and the friends .of the movemen hope It will soon overcome ths preju- dices that eilst. i Probably no petition roofe repreBen- Roman Catho- i' lie laity of Quebec, French and Eng- llih, was ever presented to the Church f than that addressed to Archbishop j Bruciesi the other day favoring a law ''-1. of compulsory education. Among the 4 signatories were Lord Shaughnessy, i Sir Alexander Lacosle, Senator Dan i! dorand; Hoi. Charles Jl.P. Senator Beiqne, Hon. E. U. Patenaude, ;-r Senator Beaublen, Senator Boyer, Sen- road to hs rebuilt, 13 miles, with Jesus who is called Christr The 'stlmated cost of construe- question has been before the people of lion 5 miles at J5.000 LethbrWge for the last six weeks. Bstimattd cost ot rebuilding, TJ miles at I Every letter, cheque and legal docu who slated that Judge R. H. Myera hac j accepted the position of chairman. Thr with the commission will-consist of-two'olhe The Canadian Co-operative Woo! (jrcn-cre, Ltd.. have been in.session in Toronto the past week, local represen- tatives being Bishop llarker and Frank Colpman. One o'f the features of thu meeting from a l.clhbridge standpoint Is that H. C. llurvoy. the local breeder of Ilonmey-namboulllets was the larg- est single shipper to (ho co-operative association last year and that his wool brought the highest price for .whieli wool ever-sold in Canada. Tho com- pany handled 4.4D6.14S pounds ot wonl last year of which came from the Southern Alberto Wool Growers supplying more than 000 pounds of that volume. Thus It is seen that tho local association ot grow- ope'rating within n 50 mile radius >f Lethbridgo contributed 35 per cent, at the wool handled by tho company, lleh praise was given President Har- ter ot the Southern Alberta associa- ion tho mcmhers tor their mag- nificent patronages ot llio new national concern in Its first year. Tlie finan- cial report for the year showed a hal-. acice to credit of profit and loss of Out of this amount 35S.39 has been rebated to patrons, who in most cases, are shareholders. A reserve of J1S.5G4 lias been created 31 years1' duty with the Toronto Police force, has vacated his office. Chicago Board Trade .demands that U. S. administration relinquish I ment refers to Christ in that the date of the year is from His birth. A-proiimate total There are those who think that they Average duration of annual snow Laa -io without Christ. There are thousands doing it, and many in Leth (bridge. There are those who are recipients of blessings in th fresh air and in the three meals a obtained from the bountifulness re, but they ignore. Jesus. Some, Average greatest depth of winter snow on' feet. Ferry across Kootenay Could rosd he kept open during wln- en have been it K- twenty sss: aov ccmpB'r so'n wfll show the south- A man. though honest h, business, is erly route, via Cranbrook and Cres- without Chnst, dishonest so far a ton is the only feasible one for the heaven is concerned because he shoul Canadian National Highway, and no recognize God as the giver. I eopl objection should he raised to the per- may be worth a lot ot -money, hu .a __ i, __ ..n.ila aD iKol? a rf manent adoption of this route as it would still leave to the traveller a choice ot routes east of Cranbrook. either hy the Crow's Nest Pass to Lethbrldge or by the Banff-Winder- mere road to Banff aud Calgary." ator'caigriirj, Hon. A. A. Thfbacdeau, The Lethbrldge Aotomoblla Club Governor of Laval University; Hon. nn'these facts and make Enssne Judge of the known tar and wide. Lethbridgc. Pftrior Court and Dean ot the Facully jauto-ownevs should find plenty to do of Law, Laval University; Alme Oeof-j (his'summer In establishing, heyoni frlon, Balonnier ot Ihe Bar, and scores I any shadow ot a doubt, Ihe All Red Route' through Crow's Neat Pass. nans, I What must be the state of mind of tankers, business men and labor lead- a father who names his son Ananias, ac. Tho'great Catholic University of even if he spells it The Laval was represented by twelve Cov- story Is told lhat Jlr. Hoosevelt once of other influential men and-women, Including Judges, professors, physi- cians, teachers, not having Christ, they aro beggar and paupers so tar as lie Is concern- ed. You may have fine homes ajid he aWe to give your children a good edu- cation, hut what a home that is with- out Jesus! God's word says His curse is in the house of the wicked. Xo wonder, continued the evange- list, that with Godless homes there are so many divorces In the United States, where they even have mar riages on the instalment plan, the couples to separate if not suited to ach other. The girl that marries a Hon. W. H. Martin, premier of Saskatchewan, is the subjet of 'an ar- tlie which appeared in..' Ihe Detroit Free-Press of Sunday last. This article 3 a short resume of the work being done in the ranks ot Liberalism In Canada at the present time to find a successor lo Sir amous leader. W L MacKenzie King Is tho likely successor to Sir Wilfrid men- tioned in the article and lion. Wallace Nesbltt Is another. Concerning Mr. Martin, the Dclrott Free Press says: Honorable W. M. Martin, the young premier ot Saskatchewan, Is well to the front in the race tor the leader- ship Sr. Martin has no past, to live down. He has made good In'Saskat- chewan, and is a man ot personal mag- netism. He has the.moderation and geniality that makes ,friends, hut is a litlle lacking In prestige yet. t Is understood Ihe suggestion handling of crop and con lino Itself lo guarantee. vA'dyices from the. Tonga Islands, one of tie most remote of the South Sea ot the death of 400 natives from influenza. Mrs. Victor Carey, wife of a soldier still in France, who had nureeJ back to health many "flu" patients in Hamil- ton, died of thai disease in St. Mary's., Eggs in slorage.on January 1, num- bered dozen, halt those on December I, and 3 per cent, less thaa ona year previously. Lieut. Harold Owen, son of Major the Rev. C. C. Owen of Victoria, is crediled with.-havlng first originated trench raids. been nnmerl by the soldiers: The rep- resentative of labor is einect- ed, be selected by the council at Its meeting on Tuesday night. The prc- mier'indicatcd lhat the drafting ot a registration card would he part of the work of tho commission, which would have lo lie sallsfied that-all who came before It were loyal British subjects. res lo cover further rebates to local asso- ciations, and 120.000 has been trans- ferred to renewal ol.lhe-rcser.vc.J'jnd._. In addition to this n dividend of C per cent, is taken out of Ihe total, and this will be paid to shareholders. to Alberta A It is estimated hy officers of the company that fully J10.000 will be re- hated' to growers in AllrirU. B W. Beatty. President of the Cana- dian Pacific Hallway, was honored at a Board ot Trade banquet In Thorold, his birthplace. (Carter's Uttle Liver Pills You Cannot A Remedy That Constipated andHappy Mo. Makes Life 'Worth Living Ccntat Ixtn ARTER'S IRON PILLS ernors or members ot the Faculty. The petition' asserted that fifty per cent. of the children between the ages of seven' and fourteen cease to attend school' after Ihe fourth year, that a large proportion do not even attain the fourth year, and lhat many fall back Into the 'category ot tho Illiterate. In to Senator Dandnrand, who hiaded .'the deputation, Lord Shaugh- .said it was "very sad lo know thit so small a percentage of Ibe youth ot the .provlnca attend school after 'they have reached tfie age of eleven or twelve and he pointed out that i compulsory lawiwo.uld .Invade no cobsiltulfonai privilege, and would strengthen tho hands of the clergy, who ,wero urging the Im- portance of a larger and more regular at school. I Begin has promptly vetoed the mitftmM. 'He.takes.'tbo ground JtatBleil la Ini- showtd a friend a gravestone In a churchyard Bay which'bore this inscription: "Here Lies Ye Body of Annanalas Doughty, who died In 1751." "The first member of the An anlas observed the friend, "bo doesn't It strike you lhat the 'Here Lies' Is [the m ititt th While It %as predicted by the cr tics that the Union Government woul not renew the order-in-counciUon fre tractors, the claim being mado lha Ihe protectionist Interests wouldn consent, iiie order-ln-councll has renewed.' this ie proof that the go ernment doesn't act to suit Its oppo ents. Its action In this case proves that It Is not yielding to the manufac- turers hut li willing to help the farm- er. If It were to remove Ihe duty on all Implements It would ho Etrving the Interest? of agriculture Ihroughou'l ihe Dominion. an who has not accepted Chriul Is aklng her life in her hands. Man; woman lifes In the cemetery throng! ic awful life of the husbands. It I ot a home hut an existence for Hi where without Christ thcr re no family prayers, and no. rear ng of the Bible. Christ is ready I avo everyone. He will hrlng peac nd Joy which the world cannot glv In conclusion, the emph Ized the truth that there Is a Go( and a Hereafter. Nature tells u here Is a God. Christ wants us le ncqualnled with heaven hero belo lo make ready lor the heaven abov At the conclusion! 0{ the service the church there was an adjournme lo Wesley hall where a largo compa assembled, anil where etveral perso a! testimonies were given of the ben 111 received from the revival meetin In addition to theee, Mr. and M Stephens, Miss Larnont, Mlsa Saxm and Mr. Fisher gave a partlr.s wo and Ihe meeting broke up -with t sir.glng of "Cod Be With You." Afternoon Meeting On Sunday afternoon the evan iew leader should be selected at an comes from Sir urier himself, and there uht lhat each ot .the. iht that eacn oi me in the foregoing has been dis- has resigned lo take the ofl.co of reg. (n tho of education, ssed by him. Rev J, M. Comyn-Ching, military secretary of tho Y.M.C.A., Edmonton, has resigned his position to become rector ot tho -Anglican church at Rev- clstokc, B.C. E, K. Haverfitock, mathematics mas- ter of Victoria High school, Edmonton, istrar In the department of education, succeeding J. A. Smith. The Federal Government has ap- points! a sub-committee of the Cabi- net lo confer wilh the Ottawa civic. authorities as to a new arrangement iietwcen the government and Ihe city, I'ORCUPIXB-A mining man' just Dr. O. W. Henderson, o! Well .lumd from'ihe dlstriel of Ingcon Street Met odist Brant- urn n Northern Manitoba, brings Infor- mation concerning one of the 'most un- of any human hslnK n this land ot strange, anrl oflcnlimes rim Irials. V Two Indians, In