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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtm TUK un'immnr.R nAjtv' FRIDAY, PEHIWAIVY She Ictbbriboe Dcvalb c, Bltxrrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and (THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING'COMPANY, LIMITED Strwt South, Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan Pwildent and Manages Director folui Torracce Businesi Manager TELEPHONES Office Otfict Member Audit Bureau d Circulations. Subsenpfcn Datly, delivered, yor Dally, doV.verei HT j_________ Daily, by rtall. iier year ......JW5 j Weekly, by puiil. r1' year CREATING NEW WORLD day wiU come when (ic-riuany 1 Us iMMVfr. The armistice toriv.s ;jul pc-aci> terms wilt irtrilu ui> Cornuuy but -whether they will bo enough to kill the military pcrui a for dUaiMon- THo of elect Jons 1s not gxvj ;m aa wouM iin- Tho majority Somite I? won the majority wviv s-u porters of the hnpe-r U.U Uovtrnnieiu during thi1 isi J never Tundo any itenimcuv- :-ion origin or coi'-d ol (lie -.rar. A change in tystfiu of Cter- TV.aEi (.JovorntutMii noi menu a. ihinse In the iloisgiit of ihe of tbe is no sign ivuitcuci1 Yft. They boast f.isd think of army as unbtMdMi. it K well ro keep "a ro-.l in pickle" ior iheni. for a time yeL as Mr. Taft they coaviaco 115 of a of ar.J r.und we can rest iliaii il vroulj be u? to Jo now. Dates o! esv.iry oT if- jie-r daily on Accept- ance of pajvrs aUer expiration data Cur authority to coa MUSIC IN THE SCHOOLS A ne WE- paper dor Rochester in ovory litile binds ur urc tinue fte are famil- Jar feaiuro> ff ciany oi-the schools in ibe.Vniiea States. SomeiSnies the Instruments are 'primitive enough Sir Arthur Pearson, the Englishman, j.oych 10 create eew life for the blind Dunstati's hostel Tor ihe Wind :a London, his been in Eastern Can- ;ida recently. The wonderful work ;it EMs hostel reveal? a, complete trans- oj iha men, who have lost their eight during iho war. Instead bcicir bowed down by !.he burden their they hive been I into a new world, where they can be useful citizens. Many Members I'rom Uoth Sides Pay Tribute (o Mem- orv of Statesnvan Tanners of Mnclrod District Or- ganize Under u Name The i tiocat ihe MAi'Uxm. Feb. war, and part in 'a. was the sulv iei'l o( Mr. ilav in ttK- TUer-trt'. Ilia Uo- of uu'ii anil CieSr tr. orji.r to r'. ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE HUSY MAX is haiiJeJ iKivn to the C'aiu- j by ihe Sir I Laujior, ihe sirbjrri of ju'.ojrv r.Qd admiration, in ihe provin- cial k-gislasure Thursday afternoon, to Lady Laurler at Otta'.vi. Stewart reaJ ;he reso'.u- which signed ihe. special sincerit nut he that th vishetl life arui work of! Uraud Prairie now claims a iwpula- ol Theresa 1 for stvenly yi1 arts u resident of Chatham, died at i ho ;ige of Kingston requires to creel two new public schools, Inspector J. Russell Stuart tolls tbe byarvl o! education. Lieut. H. J. MaclXmilil. son ol the Archdeacon tuber i Mac-Donald, of Winnipeg and iho Yukon, died of pneu- monia at KuMbourue, Kuslaud. Over bales of hay have been shipped t no m Moos ft Ixike, northeast of Then ihte winter, and more bales have yet to be shipped. Action ia begun 10 recover money by Bur.ord Township Council on a. deputation 'of' farmers to Ottawa to yrotest against' conscription, in the- ilisiru'i.or, :t? it is now i uamvki, the Urijthi tlirtnct. They Judge Livingstone at Wtflland toM gathered in for their finstjUie assessors of the county -that is at the bottom ol1 assessment troubles Windsor G. W. V. A. announced that it would take no part In iug when English-speaking employees concerned. S onij. find .1 Tho v'rovrd "'e more. Tut} In one ot hJs addresses Sir Arthur i Pearson said. "Victory over blind- snd referring 10 the Braille system. tiplained tie fjnger'was the means of read 10 the j rrairi- "You read with the hrain and the eye is simply the mechanical de- ioints out that experience has j vll-ch conveys the impression to (hat the best remedy for traiacy. a? !t4e brain-" Sfr Arthur. "I am Veil tne best way to encourage 10 you people and I am look- t'ckward to increase the added. 'At St Dunstan's thistles for instance; but they the purpose, which is not merely to ivaken in the pupil an ia mu- sic, bat lo make school Hfe more at- "nreying wtat was u inspiration 10 pvery public man in N'erer could it be said that late statesman uas the questionable1 deed? of which any politicians were -.iccuaed. Mr. Hoadley JiEr, Hoadley, ia seconding ihe reso- .tion, accorded a full measure oi ern to the departed ?tatcsuiau, ei- accb.nuiiion; Xo. H. McXabb, reafics genuine regret thai "Canada accbmatiDn; Xo. 5, Bright, accla- lest such an imniinfflt ctii'zeri, and i mntJon: Xo. -1, Fred. Wowl ard M. An election will be held in the voting on aterest in school life. It i5 the incmy oE eTperienced teachers that inusic in the schools is of great ad- to the bacsward pupil. In ijauyicaseft the backwardness is due. tct to inability to learn, but to inabil- ity to concfntrate attention on Vnat lails to interest for own eeke. Give i papi! an interest in bis school life, meaps music or in some other tay. BBd the chances are he Trill soon egia'lo iake an interest in his Etud- !ne importance of visualizing every- and making a menral picture of even-thing was emphasized. "Ninety per cent, ot the men who leave St. read well and read, as quick, ly is you be? said. He spoke ot the subjects taught there: .typewrit- ing, shortJmBd, carpentry, photo-frame making, netting, booticakiag, and so on. One of tbe things that seamed to interest passersby was to hear the hammers and plaaes, Roins Inll blast in the carpenter's shop at night Trnen. th- -sras in total darknees, Sir Arthur paid hJga tribtite to the masseurs who graduate front St- Dun- stan'B. He feared Canadian doctors and the pnblic genferally be of them, as they had been In GERMAN -SPIRIT HASN'T CHANGED j Gerhard Hanplmann. the poet and jmbUshss an open letter to the Allies in in which he pro-15 fets moat rigorously agaiiistitbe the old country" al first; but he wanted iesed intention of tie French to make them to know that these blind mas- German war prisoners "slaves no but lhor_ yj be employed in rebuilding France, jouchly competent men who had passed as the Egyptta'n Pharoahs did the viA honors thp.hartlesl examiaations pie Tlatiptraaim says: {ja BritaicV 'Thinfc ot ill" Christians. 'Hepublicans, to be made Uie slaves 6' Prance! Both France and Germany would share this ignom- iny, Germany would be the elr- ilfzed nation in the world, a part of citizens were slaves of foreign nations, while France could of being the OHly old er air.on g 'pi! the The Pfvor Germaoy and poor Hauplmann. They Rave eyes only to see evil in nations. They are still blind to the devastation of Rolgiam, ths ?.t- iac'xs on womer and chlldreo, ths dt poison gas, the bombing of Red hospitals, tbe sinking of hos- pital sbjps and tee forced iabor of the people-of the countries they occu- pied daring the war. The vldous Ger- ian spirit still livtB, and the world loust coDtlnue to be on guard ajainst rere also very efficient and were uaranteed to do 100 words a minute, many could easily do 120 words. The speaker spoke of the blind pouitry farmers wbo can pick up a dozea different breMs poultry and name the various breeds by the feel of them. Then caa successfully op- erate a poultry farm and c-ven prepare 16 TKE WAR PARTY IN GERMANY "Intoxicated with their Birwiarck- Shn successes, the Germans thought iiiey wtre stiperraen. 'We abolish In- tjernational morality.1 they said. The (flea that 'mlgbt i? right' was inliltrat- Intc the souls of the children lor icars, until ihe whole people were jnrfectexKwit'n the immorai philosophy. liVe were lighting the whole German people. It i5 true the Hohenzollfims the leaders, but they proVed to tia 'yellow' and ran away to Holland. We wer fighting to cure ths German Jrtople ol this It was a SJcal operation we bad lo perlonn on their heads. That operation WAR not performett by a knife, but by a club, nrtd we have got to fceep that club pifckle lo gee that, as they convalesce, More shall bo no recurrence of the disease." Former President Taft, made the above observation In a sptec-h in Toronto. "Keeping the rod In not ba encouraged hy some peo- but all that we can glimpse ot the fltrraan mind, encourages us lo believe Otlrmanr is not yet aalhlJed. Our who have -been on Xlerman soil, us that the German is stiil He blames the loss of the War em his allies ami declares unhesitat- ingly that the Gtrnitin anny has not tc'en beaten.' Vrill atttnlt .thai lie >BD had war for tho pros- eat but tic officer clasj Is Inclined to r convey Impression that another airds for the table, said the sneaker. One of the Canadian soldiers who took up poultry farming, Pie. Purkls, has bee a appototeM insl fanning at Grjelph. Sir Arthur said play was as import- ant as -work, and the men indulged in H-alkicg, rowing, riding, tug-of-war, running races and lawn bowling and swimming. On ths bOTriJog green bell tells them where the jack Jo- catext. One new point which Sir Arthur mentioned, was that Lord Grey, Bri- tain's Foreign Secretary during caro'ins oiii of the plan, so it was finished., tliis week. They ct'ived a present from the tree, hud a playing, and taktn to 'the Empress for the afiemoon play. .Montreal Anglican Synod adopted a resolution sympathizing ivith the Jews iu Poland and protesting against the Pollsli Government's treatment them. Chief ot Police Slemln of Branttorf, reports that tho foreigners in that city, numbering a tenth of the popula- tion, are- responsible lor a fourth of the crimp. Premier Sir Lomer Gouin and hla colleagues in Oie Quebec 'Government have heen-deluged this week with tele- grams asking for beers nnd vrinea to be permitted. Tuero is EI rumor that a. pulp paper npSll wlH bft located at Fort Wiiliam. Negotiations are in progress, it Is understood, and a site has been chosen, A bill was Into Kew York Leglslaltire in connection with the building ot a nevr bridge over the Niagara River between flridgeburg and Baffttto. The -BeH Telephone Co. filed with the Railway Board a now schedule of 1 rates instead of the 20 per cent, gener- 1 ho'linffl'nf'tl-iti m-tvP UL LUU iv gcuct- for. Tor- Pleasant Places to Shop Mason Rlsch establishment3 bear the distinction ot being Canada's leading muste stores. Hero you ob- tain the best goods and quickest, most liiUHigcut and courteous service lowest prices and most convenient ternis. COIUQ next time you aro downtoivri, Eojoy a demonstration ol tho Mason RIsch Player I'ia'no or the Viclrola; seo tho completeness of our many departments. Measure the capability ot our their you'll appreciate (lie quality of service we offer. MUSIC FOR EVERY OCCASION Pianos Player Pianos .Victrolas Violins Victor Records Ptayer Rotls Organi Banjos MASON RiSCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGB for a 10 per cent, reduction in pres- ent local rates. The Saskatooa parks bo.inl will carry out an improvement program this summer Uiat will add greatly tu the teau'ifieation o' that city. The river banks ore to be fixed uy and u Catholics. arc AngUcails, 12.S'JO aro Jtcthodisis. UapUstP, and proless oUu-r Christian beliefs. Fire destroyed-the phutl of tli'u Transylvania Tannins comviuny at and all Land loid s A half-section ot farm land w ?p5.c! 'iveski a rpHes-.fro-m I five-milo driveway aloug Saskatchewan put in shape. Tho dairy Industry In wan Is assuming large proportions, with a BUIU of invesletl in plant and buildings, according to a return brought down to the legislative assembly. Tho estimated value ol the co-operative plants is of which there are 19. The 19 ludepend- ent plants have In plant and Ot the total Canadian aboriginal population ot not Including Eskimos, only adhere lo primitive paganlsra, tho report of the department of Indian af- fairs for the year ended March .31, .Of the Indians who havt eni- Bre'vard, EOUtbL be moi-c than Tlie losa ia to Hamilton. ashed .braced Christianity, Giohni, one cf (he eoldior mem- bers of Hie H. 0. legislature, has iug- gested that it be uoo3 Ijusinefis on the part of Uic yovenunetit to ac- quire 4C.OOO acrc-s ol Inilian resirvi! iantjs in thc.itrovhicc for [lie exclusive use o' returned soldiers. Bradford, of Uic McijanKh- lin Motor Co.'s etalf. .ijelieved to lie iho oldest commerda! .travcllei' 1u Canada, died at' Winnipeg. sU rears olj and five years on tho rond, Mr. RratUon! known tn Ihe the. coast. He hail been ten years .with Ihe Winni- peg branch, of. the Mcl.aughiin tour iirior tA Ih.u being manastr of the Jc-in comjiany, of Ayr, Ont. p 4hat-for 46 yeara of" i lepil, for ?50 an acre. The buyer is fe Sir Waifrld tept from Washington state, and predicts talnless aud above all suspicion, and many; ir.otTQ filj hereof or farm or 76 years wore the white flower t personal purity and unquestioned Hon. MacKay Hon. A. G. MacKay referred to tin Mailing courage which l.aurisr ever Assessed from the first days" when entered ths political arena. He' tood by the Liberal, principles :in the see of biUer opposition a'nd cbndefh- a'dou from his fought .the, 'erarchy of that church and made the ibfc'ral party eventually powerful by is broad vision and j MteT reviewing the early work of Sir Viifrid, air. MacKay turned to trip me when Ihe late leadtft- sat at tbe mperial conference and was recog- ized as the most outstanding states- man at the great discussions or the" mpire. Mr, Kwjng was right, for II the veare ot hu private and rtlic life. Premier Laurier Etocul gainst the bard searchlight of public jpinioa and maintainej a nd unimpeachable character. OTTAWA. Fc'3, his motion for a public in tlie com- rr.cna today Kir TUomafi White said; today in.the shadow ol n great loss and a det'p and (from Our Own VHITLA, Feb. la not bellev- eJ that a single head of stock ftaw and sorrow. .Tho Right Hon. j Sir senior meniler of this house, has paired away and ihe fciitire ration iiiourns his lo-s, ".H is the intention .later to ask thfc adjournment of the house until Tues- day next cut oi respect of and in hon- or to fits memory. "In ihe meantime, Iho gave miner. I 3% desirous of Baying, every appropri- ate mark of respect and arranged, with the ronsent of the family, for a elate luntral v.hlch will take place on Saturday Turning' in with tho ptiMin trir.our.cement has hcen ma Me. I'rom S o'clock tliij evcn- i ing thtr romaijis. will He in state in been loet in this dislrfcl so far. The! this chamber, when all will have thi winter has ocen KO mild that all class- opportunity of looking upon his fac stock ranged weH. The farm ers are almosi lo a man providofl vnn teeu for the balance of Hie win- er, and none of them have any fear of next month, Tbe populMion of Whilla was in- creased by (JAO Ian nfghi, n bright Ittle baby Rirl having been horn to Mrs; Arthur Pope. Afotticr and riangh- :or are both reported 'doing fplcn- dfclly. Indite of tho Catholic >itar So- the of their serlc-a of list drlvRS at Knsign's hall ?3i'. Tho attendance was and good lime had by all. The third and last drive takts placo tiext V.'ed- nesday, when prizes will be awarded. Kob. There .w session thft Grain Crowera' eon- ventfon this The 1C dEalrlctn Jield separate meetings for the elec- tion fif their officers and formal organ- jiTiatlira. ThV at two o'clock and is eipccted to INCOME TAX AT 'PEG VvINNIPKG, was learn- cd today that at a caucus rn' the city nf Ihe council last nfght to consider tho proposed municipal in- tome tat, ft wag lo fix a min- imum ftt for for, tho last 'Mr. chif-f oppcisition whip, salri: "Having in nvlnd that on Tucia- day ne-xt oiijiorlurily will Ijc yiven to pay iribufe to the memory of our dis- tinguished leader, tin! HEght Hon. Sir WV.Yid 1 will Icavo unlit then smd to nnfither heller