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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta RAftg FOUR THE LBTHnRlDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUAR'ITiO, 1920 j ruble for you ur to set uiori-i 'gold, because then can command] i uiore goods frusi somebody -else, but I i lhlt TtouU ncl us Blterta DAILY AND WEEKLY TWI HERALD nMNTMM COMPANY, LIMITED M ttntt South. LMhbrlitj. W. A. Fnri'Mt Manages KrictcT TSt-EPHONlt Offite 1Z52 12M Audit Burou o tor such credit. Now the ank has already bought a bill for 1000 and this bill is nothing else than a claim ou London for an equivalent amount in pounds. The American inen buyer's money offsets the bill it iad already bought.; The bank has jeeu the age'nt in between the parties and it sets a slight commission for; service from-both' the exporter and the Importer. 'Of fonree it, Is not like- ly that the'transactions' of one Indivi- dual and H of another will equal so eiactly, nor it it likely that these persons will go to'-the same 'bank.. But as sales do eaual.'. Burch'asefi over the long run., and -as banks can utilize lhair own funds :for certain periods, and as-, they :do sell the they be'cause- it 'represents a credit against frhich th'ey those things iKriNiL Our Owr, Correspondent) CARDSTON, Alia., Feb. In illation ot the CarJsUm school board, a special meeting of the trustees of the several school dtslrlcls surround- ing fardsioii. was held in the Cards. lon sohool gymnasium on Saturday, WbruarT 14th. The following districts were repre seated: Cardston. Kast Cardslon. Haley, Woolford, Jefferson. Aetna. Beater. l.eavlit, Mouniatnview ami Dolau. Chairman L1.' W, Burt bid wel- come to all co-IsAorcrs present also In- spector Williams and others, .and was very sorry that Mr. Hodgson of the Department of Education was not able I to meet with us. Mr. Burt announced (from Oar Own Correspondent) Feh. The Burn- well Dramatic Society presented a very enjoyable production here on Feb. 4th !u tho Interest e of the Sunday- RICKED UP IN .SSING TM .MAN Death of Near school. The houje crowded al- The purpose of the meeting being prin- cipally JOT '.Ue consideration of a High School in the vicinity. Upon request of the Inspector, Mr. Williams outlined the subject and gave many good rea- sons why wt should have a high school here, spoke of the rebuilding "1 Can- ada, said that her wealth lies largely in her children and the way they are educated, lie EUgscsted'a C'onsolldat ed High School. Mr. Low, jnn cipal ofslhe Cardaton school gave statistics of the school showing the hnmnered arjd crowded cnifdltlon the) were operating undef, and said if a High School was .built in Cardston uenr enough to the present school, our gymnasium, manual training room and domestic science room might serve both The chairman (ben announced the1 meeting open for dlsc'l'.SEion. Members from all the'school .districts represented 'evpress'ed Ihcrtisc-lves In each case as realising need of'a high school in our vicinity, also thai; Cards- ton was the logical and geographical center for it. Plans relative lo the formation and equitable operation of a Consolidated High School were dls- cufesed, Inspector Williams W.BS ever ready to assist with any information at his disposal. most to its utmost capacity and over attended were 10 taken up with the performance that the news soon spread la Taber, resulting In an In vllatlqn from Taber town council for the troupe to go in and present tho play there. Wishing to give and re- ceive the most benefit for all concern- d. an offer made by the manage- ment to piay In the Iniwest o! the Taber Hospital -which heartily ac- cepted. The became con- tagious. Mr. J. 0. Heatherly Tilling- contrlbuted the use of the Hex theatre and all the assistance possible absolutely (Tec of charge. The famous orchestra under the leadership ot Mr. John Johanson also rendered their splendid services tree, and the Wo- men's Institute canvassed the town soiling iho tickets free ot charge. The net proceeds amounted to the sum of flTo.OO which was turned over to the St. Vakntine Happy Our Own, OARMANGAY, iVb. irtddlitg was performed Rev. Aad- of .oa .Wednesday. Feb. 1 lib, when Miss.Dena Stutrude of Bon-Tille. vraa united in marriage lo Mr. Gustva T. of Bowvllte Mr. and' Mrs.'Greece wUl'rwlde at Bowrllle. The St. Valentine dance giveu b) the W. A. girls in aid of Bmmanue Chorch.vln the Opera house last Mon erenlne xai a distinctly pleasing etent, 'TSey hid a good attendance and the b.eautlfully decorat ed In. the season's' heart and everywhere in er deuce and to' the gaiety ot th occasion, and tuual the music wa excellently Tendered. Most ereryone in. Carciangay ha the 'flu, but the moat of. them are a welt again. -It was a Terr mild form and many ol them not know they had the 'flu till (her were all overjt. School closed down for a few days bnt It Is open again Jas. Smith', In the grain buelncES at ngeraoll for W yearn. Is dead. G. P. prominent, contractor, died at Toronto. A- D. Lone, a prominent woollen merchant, la littailtou. The Labor parly Is taking to tart a co-operatlvei etore at SUdtctne Hat. would be named as ambassador to Great Britain. Stlratlou Army is making a na- search to find the, father of tho three little maids who surviv- ed a quadruple birth in the Army Rescue Home in Oakland, Cal. j i Although the Mm, cut bis hair, poliched Ms and worked in the harvert field, her iwband de- serted her, a woman teitltled In xek- isg alimony at Sunburr, pa. A Kalrmont, W. bar, at lio ago of 15 to a girl four years his senior, and prevented by lav from securing a job, haa been arrest- ed tor non-support ot hit use of tobacco among women during 1813 was according lo.the Board of Temper- ance and Morals ot th'e Methodist Church. Election of Captain Jacob L. Democralyand ai natlona advocate, over John E. Frost, Republi- can and league -in lait week's contest In the. Thjrijl MUsourl congressional district, hailed by Chairman Cummlng: of (he Demo- cratic national f? dlscloi- I. E. Malthas. Methodist mia. ster at Shedden, Ont., died from the flu. One thousand acres, near SIracoe, Ont., will be planted to tobacco this year. Richard Brown, head of the 'big rholesale stationery house of ;3rawn Toronto, Is deed at 86 of age. Julius Chambers, widely known the people ihoroughly newspaperman, short story dUsatlified with the present leader plorer, and playwright, York. died at Mew '-to defeat it, the it bad ot 'passing could he easily imagined. In' other words if three contrary minded' .ritepayprs had taken it into their Lheids to go to the polling, booth at ;tbe psychological moment they would -have'put another complexion on the reiull: This' calls for serious atten- tion. In .the.'nature .of the by-law, ID what it meant to each aod every cit- 'iten, the result of the voting on Tues- ,day needs heeding. It can be taken 'as read, with the majority that voled 'for that had the hulk of the rate- done their duty at the -polls .the by-law would have been jilaced 'beyond the margin of safety to ensure its passing. But the majority of the .ratepayers failed lo bother themselves .about'the matter and left Ihe whole .thing, which apart from what was ill 'tended to be effected was a matter no mere bagatelle in these days' of hard financing, to take its ]ch'arice.' H is a sad stale of far as.civic matters are conccrnei thai there should he this apathy dls it certainly calls for vem'e'dy in the awakening of intcrcs )ri matters that vitally concent then among the, ratepayers of the city. all and balance 'each other The _following resolution _was_pre within the respective countries. sente. The transaction referred to Is what appens in normal times. 13ut things re' not'-so at present. The writer oints out that England and other. involved, a proposition suitable to the uropean countries want a lot of for bringing into'effect a "That it he the sense, of this meet Ing representing the .several .'-jGfclioo districts Eurrounding Cardston to asl the .Department ot EducnUon to iwork out a plan and submit to the Districts rican goods and can spare few oods to sell in return. American merchants who have goods broad keep coming to the 'banks.' to ell their claims in London, They want the tanks to .give cash for them nd ivhat they offer 4p exchange for his cash is what they call 'a bill of exchange which is a credit on some :entre in Europe, London for Instance. Now the only reason that hanks sver want to huy credits on London unless London offers a higher inter- est rate than New the article rightly slates, Is so that they them- ton." selves l be abie to sell bills of ex- chanef against' the credits. But few people itre asking for credits In IXJIL- don, because few people have bought goods-from England, and consequent- ly there are few payments to he made in England. Tho result Is tliat the credits held. by. American in foreign IJanks be- Jdnsolidated School District that would provide for the requirements of the said districts'involved, at Cards- n." It WES moved by .J. .F. -Parrlsh ot the Cardston School Board and seconded by L. H. Jellilf of the Ratey school boaVd aud It was moved by H: C. Phipps of Cardston school board, seconded by J. A. Johiihsen of Woolford' school board, that the secretary'. of the! Cardston school district ra- turns from the tIon to each school.district concerned. This also was carried. Sir. Sterling Williams drew' atten- tion to the Very light, educational tax levied on lands outside the school dis. trials and thought it might be Increas erl to lessen the burden ot.tales that are bni-ne by the school districts. The Pantry and Jungle Sale held In Ihe Tabernacle on Feb. 13tb, under Ihe direction of the Klrsl Ward Relief Society, was a decided success. Mr. and -Mrs. .1. C. Burkelt are vis- iting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Holmes. Valentine Tea hospital. The play vas entitled "Won by and a short synopsis is as follows italph Le Baron as Wm. Ainsworth, a financial magnate carried the ap- plause of his hearers with his stern commanding voice and stately stature. 3. P. Johnson, as Jack Simms, a wire- ess operator, who with his clever ability and charming appearance wins favor with ,the magnate's [daughter and finally wins her by The next-.was" 'Robert FaulkncVj' Captain of.the Wm. (o.his position as captain he secrets save it.he to a in their company. Neill Baroa 'Count Di ttalinn nohleman'is almost cruel to the audience causing them to laugh be- yond their capacity. Emily'Anderson as Lady Caroline Rathbone, who mar- ried a nobleman, provokes bate the players and audience with her precise form or doing things, till at last being provoked herself takes relief in her smelling causing sliii more dis- comfort to alljlisteners. Zella.' John- son as Geraldrae Ainsworth, obtains nformation from her falher'regarding .he secrets of his money game and heats him to ii. At the same time ivinning she resulting in the consent' and admiration of the Neil Friday night, Feb. Soth, we will have In Camjangay at the Opera house a nine reel feature of the greatest production in modern times. The farmers around are all rejoic- ing over the fine weather we are hav- ing. The stock Is enjoying It too. Quits a number ot Champion people were down to take in tho St. Valentine dance last Mondav nleht. Word was received from Calgary on Monday that Mr. Thos. Reycroft, who used to live out east of town had passed away at the General Hos pita! on Sunday, Feb. loth. Mr. Itey croft sold his farm here about a year ago and moved near Calgary. Mr Reycroft was 58 years old. The fun eral was held on Tuesday aflcrnooi at 3.SO o'clock from Iho chapel o Grabam, McCall and Ruttle, Ltd Interment made In Union, ceme- tery Calgary. Mr. Jas. McNanghton, M.L.A., let for Edmonton today to be present a the coming session. Bora to Mr.-and Mrs. Stanley Me Glnnls last a daughter. J. W. .Miller, H..B. Snyder, A. D Kellogg, Thos. Goodsir'-and Chas Thompson are attending the Grand lodge ot the Oddfellows' annual ses- sion in Calgary this week, Wm. White was in Edmonton last Andrew Carson, for II- onso inspector for the county of Gren- ille, has tendered Kis resignation to eturo to hii farm at Burritts Grand Prairii ana twenty-two oilier jost offices in'AJberta'B hinterland were without, ajail for 22 days, due to railroad blockade. The Hudson's Bay district office at Fort McMurray was burned complete- y to the ground, and the records for period of over thirty years de- stroyed. Owing to failing health, H. Stearns, after forty-two years of office in the capacity o! grand treasurer of Ihe Masonic Grand Lodge of Quebec, felt compelled to rctiro from that posi- tion. ucccssMI tea In the Masonic hall THE STORY OF 'FOREIGN EXCHANGE To the ordinary mind the fluctua- tion of the present exchange .and U he the rate of exchange itself may appear a puzzle. In the fact that the exchange is nt the present time o general topic of interest an article )n the'Edmonton Bulletin from the pen of an American writer serves a timely purpose. In a simple explana- tion it gives Ihc whys and the where- fores of the'present exchange situa- tion in a way that'appeals lo other thin, financial minds. The writer ilarts off with the obvious as follows: The {irsf, thing lo in mindiis Jo reign trade is normally and al- ways ultimately an affair of barter The goods that we send lo Kurope are paid for by the goods Kiirope sends to 'HS.T. We send England wheat, say, am -taken linen In exchange. As we grow 'wheat to greater advantage than Eng land, and as England can manufacture finen to greater advantage than we the exchange Is mutually, 3s Obvious that wo, cannot kqcp pn selling goods to. fhe outnlde worli without goods In relurn SVe have got lo get paid for our gbod somehow. In money, you say. Du (n whose money? English currency cannot circulate here. In 'gold, yoi say: Very well, that is exactly wha Is used when a country hasn't merchandise to offset the merchandise tau'send to it. Gold, in oilier words a means ol making up the differ snce between purchases and safe i-hen absolutely nothing else will do flolween nation: payment In gold I hot the first thought, but the last re fort. i I! Is rot difficult lo see why thl Should hs so. When we send Jieel Sotton, copper, wheat and coai to Hi outsiuo world, we deprive oursclve bf commodities as consumers }nd their prices are higher in thl lountry they otherwise wonl te. If we lake over merchandise un In return, we more than mak ip lor this loss, But 1t we take- gol f-e cannot eat the gold, and we ca k-ear It only for ostentation an'l n !or comfort. Its nolo real use is >uy things. As individuals it is pr centres keep piling up. come reluctant lo buy any more cred-1 on Saturday afternoon the Hatnp- its on London. The only way mcr-1 shire Chapter I. 0. R_E. almost chants can induce them to bus- credits is by offering them their ordinary exchange value. Hut 'iis the credits in London keep tip, and as Ihe banks are iked-to part with more of their own ish, to buy -something that they do ot wanl, the bills must be offered ore and more below their ordinary TCbange value in order lo be proceeds being for tho general Uc of the ehapler. I From four lo sis o'clock there was ontinual patronage for the lea room, here the guests were recoiveil by Irs. Dower and Mrs. V. V. .ChiUtlc. during the first 'hour Mrs. Holmes resided at the lea'bible and later elicveil by Mrs. Piano selections by Mrs. J. C. Scotl reading by Miss Marlel Podger am ence' wn have a steadily increasing discount" on the different foreign xchanges. When somo man who haa oughl goods in England actualls ocs come along'to buy what he calls sterling remittance, and what the ank. thinks of as part of Its credit n London, the bank is glad lo sell ntl'it-will offer it at practically the amc discount that it has Itself been ,ble to get it. Kven If the bank di'l lot do this o[ its own freo will, the competition of other banks it] the atno position would force it to. Over n England ngain, there Is juch a scarcity of American credits and fuel" voracious on the pnrt o Englishmen who want Amcricai crcails in order .to pay their bills her' !hat tho banks, are able'to charge a lolla nd'We pay thai the 3 at a premium (n Tendon. marriage by .hei; falher, who lakes them into partnership. Kiltie Lee, Gerald in e's by 1-ela Johnson, captivates attentions. Their quarreling-and is most interesting to all. A farce which followed entitled: "Too Much of a .Good formed the climax of ii all with unceasing interest and laughter.. H contained two'additional Ruby Johnson and Nellie Palmer who lake the part of bold young, females, mak- ing it still more the one who wishes ,to stay sober. Much credit is due Mr. N; J. Ander- son whose able management is .re- sponsible for much bt the success de- rived from tho eiitertaltiment. The trestle f.or'.th.e flume wb-kh-'is teing of hpre has now been completed con- tractors are-only, relurn of warm weath'erf to- enable them ,to dive in and finish' up the .remaining JItch work pf the .irrigation project. On Friday dance was given at tti'e Uarnwcll h'a.ll and a large enlhusiaslic.! crowd-of yonng folk was in attendance. The .follow- ing day a (lance Ayas, given 'for file children, which -Was equally success- ful. Jir. olos by Miss Walker and Miss Rock d, contributed to tho success of (he Afternoon. The committee In charge wish t hank those who" so kindly helpci with (he program, and to Mrs. wy whose.cup reading added so'much o the pleasant time. week attending the municipal meeting. -.Mrs. Honeywell who has been visil- ing at tbe horne of. Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Skinner left for her home In Luse- land, Sask., last week. Several from Carmangay eipect to go to Calgary this coming Friday to be present at the big hockey game. We eipect to have a ladies' curling club .In Carmangay in a short time. Bobbie McKay returned from the north Monday where he has been put- ting up hay. The G.W.V.A. '-will give another one of tneir good dances in tho Opera hoiise on Thursday, Feb. 26th. SIra. W. G. Hamilton returned from Chicago on Tuesday where she has been visiting her folks, for the las month. Jas. Davey and U J. Carter return ed from Standard, Alberta where they have been at carpenter work for the last six raontbi. Things are 'looking better in th> Carmangay district this year than Mrs. Marion Elizabeth Creerar, wi- dow of Peter D. Creerar, K.C., of Ham- ilton, .and mother of liady Beck and LiDut.-Coi. Harry Creerar, left an es- tate valued at at her death in May last. Lieut.-Col. Creerar and two brothers, who' are minors, Alastair John and Malcolm Chariton Creerar, inherit Ihe estate. Billy Snnday, the evangelist, says that if the Republicans and the Demo- crats nominate "wet" candidates he W. J. "Bryan will also run. Billy oncedcd first'place on the ticket to Ir. naming himself for tho Ice-presidency. In the event of the uccess the H. ersen, slate> superintendent of the ind-Saloon. League of.-'New -York, Made With Brains In the Mason Piano It is not merely a of so much lumber, varnish, keys, ac- tion, hardware, ivory, fell, etc., honeslly prepared' and put to- gether. They are built into a perfect instrument; with skill amounting to genius.' Sold to you direct from the oaker through, our own stores, >nd on easy terms. Ask" lor Style Booklet (From Our Own correspondent) ONE-FOUR, Pennlnglon lias filed homestead for the S. W. quarter of Section 25-1-4. That usual February thaw has fail- ed lo arrive on time hut nobody seems to care much as'the sfiow gels deeper. Thuro Carlson and jfllt Duncan'have juat finished a well on the N. W. ter of 25-1-4 fnr Axel Carlson. They struck a supply ot water at'25 feet, which raised five feel in the well, Otia Flora Is finding (rouble and'dc ,11 is reported that Clemenceou is ilay In The last few storms and Mrs, Lawrence. Petereon motored to llurdettfe to'spend Sunday. Mr. K. P. Stewart, principal of Barji- wcll consolidated school spent the week-end in Letlibrldge. Mr. John Green of Lcthbriilge was n visitor here Sunday in behalf of the, Other Barnwell-Activities From Another Correspondent.) The party given Saturday night, Feb. 7th by the officers of the Boys' Scouts and Ihc Beehive Girls organiz- ations the liamwell social hall for the boys and gjrls. was one- of tbe most successful and enjqyablo times of the .season. An effort ,ivns put forth by the otficers to bring togelh'cr every boy and girl between the ages .of 12 land IS who live between the Chin Coulee and Iho west and.Taber. on tiie >ast. Owing to'-tho niiimps :and a lorm that raged nearly all day there was some C or 8 who could not be irougM in. There were present some sixly-flyo and girls and about twenly-fivo people including visitors. A nice program, consisting of songs, re- citations, games and speeches was prepared and a light lunch, consisting they have since the year ot 1913. Will lots -of moisture In tho ground w ought lo have a bumper crop. Mr. Lou Hulburt leave for Edmonton this week on business and will bo gone for a week or two. H. B. Edwards who has -been up north for the last two weeks looking after his stock returned home last Monday. Walter Neilsen is down from Cal- gary looking after his farm and get- ting ready for spring work. Miss Perry of our school has been on the sick list in Calgary and Mr. Bennett haa been teaching both rooms during her illness. The Vulcan curlers came down with blood in their eyes last week and carried away the yMc.Va'ughlon Cup, and Scotty can't sec how It all hap- pened. lo bef married, which prompts tho I Columbus Record lo retniuk that 'That man cannot accustom himself lo a slats of peace." The proposal ot Iho managerial form of city government at Brandon has been regarded in Its cilv ball as a reflection on the efficiency of the present officials. Leaving managerial form of government aside this is a frame of mind which will hamper the consideration of anything that, may savor of progress. It is a foolish at- titude for officials or anybody elsli to take, and if there is finy rejection in proposals of the kind, cjlfir.ijiln by such connect only draw (he saniu on themselves. we had drovo tho Know dcop Into tho siacka where It partially thawed nml froze again, so that some of Ihe work had to be abandoned. SHIP CANADIAN COMMUNIST HACh Girls! Your hair needs a little I When it becomes lifeless, thin or loses its lustre; when ugly dandruff appears, or your hair falls ouf, a 35-cent bottle of delightful, dependable "Danderinc" from any store, will save your hair, also double it's beauty. You can have nice, thick haJr, too. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., l-V-ii. 18 Fred Hurk, one uf 12 Minncapoll men arrosted in a Communist rail here several ago, has been or flered deported to Canada, Charles W Seaman, district Immigration Inspecto snH he was informed unofficially to day. Seaman said Immigration officers would escort Ilnck In nil prohnbllfty to Winnipeg ns soon as orders come from the bureau lo ba lurnod loosn "ihcrsi unless Cimadlan iiiilhorUins lakn 'lisa JJlo custody. of ciuidipp. nuts, popcorn and cake was provided. Bach person present gaVe a dime to tho associations. The party commenced at 7 p.m. and clos- ed at II, Tho Jensen and And- erson hoys furnished excellent musEc free The use of tbe hall was also given tree. >A1I present were unani- mous in paying that the party was the bcsi one of Ihe Reason. The Barnwrll -amusement commit- tee gave a podal dance in tho hall on Friday night. Feb. 13th, realizing thirty dollars from tho sale of tickets wnlrh will bo iurncd on Iho priro of the hall jiiano. The Women's Insti- tute sold refreshments and realized some nine dollars profil. Tho Primary officers '.-nlerlnlnfal Ihe little folks in tho ball Sntui'day-'aflernoon. Kldcr Af-ltiioyil of Magrath, visited fricndii In ll.irnwell on l-Yiday the 13ih Our Own correspondent! Feb. on the new tipple being erected for the McGMIivcry Creek Coal Co. Is pro- gressing rapidly. When compiled this mino will bo one of the bcsl equipped In the province, and will then have the facilities for handling many different grades of coal there by greatly enlarging their market. Tho local canvass for the Forwarc Movement has' been very successCn and each congregation oxpocls to go well over tho top, ami on Saturday morning went by Fviiio with iiishop Lawrence Telerson and wife lo Uimlette to spend the Knbrmtb. Peterson hurt nil ap. pnlntmen! (he Women's Insti- tute of (irassey'IjaWjnnd Mr. 'Peterson wllli llie of Bnrdetlfl on Halur- day cvenlnr. HORSEPLAY IN BARCELONA IJAnCIiLON'A, Keb. Incident to the carnlvn here were seriously marred by Synrt' callsls who are reporled to hav placed 12 bombs along the route fo lowed by the masked nromenaders Corrosive fluids wero sprinkled o the dresses of the merrymakers am thrown around Die necks of the women who were riding In flower-covered carriages, causing them to fall Into Ihe slreel. Several people wero severely injured. The Farmer-Banker Alliance You go to your lawyer for legal sdvice; to the doctor for medical advice; why not to The Merchants Bank for financial advice If you want a loan to buy cattle, hogs or you.want information is to how to invest to those make a business of financial matters, and are in a position to give you Kundi and Impartial advice. TH6MCRGHANTSBANK Office: Montreal. OF LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, Branch el al CANADA. R. J, DINNING, Ksasg. John Horton, C.P.K., gardener, Nel- son, died BUrldcnlv on Similav SECURITY A Sayings Bank Account not, only provides an assurance for the present, but guarantees you security in the future. To save 3s to THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND L LiiTHBRIDGtv BRANCH, R. T. Drymner, Manager. ;