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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTHBIUDC.E DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY letbbriboe 'toeialb Blbctta Vf'fi ,_________ DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HEHAt-D PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 126 6th Street South, Lethbridgt W. A. Buchanan President and Director Mhn Torrancc Business TELEPHONES Suilneu office........... Editorial Office 1252 122-1 THE INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY Tlu'iv i.- a utitvad today lluvt a iww imU'i1 of tliiiiL's is lutes- Miy. null- tint sj'irit iiumifWti-il in the fi'hi-inos and plans i uf reform. iisv not limited in iln'ir sa'jv !mt aro nuide to i to our iiociul, uml fjiiruuul uitUK'l I'sUpt' .front these in ijiat they ;nv tlie ami before the iHrnh'tliiiij; for ih'1 ln-tn-iit of the but uiifortunaU'ly I for Iho of tin-so ii. not ini-lwd.e Isim-clf in tbo lie is j-wwrallv tho Iwki-r ..n. liv u, lliv and the ignifii'aiK'O which v.'.ul.l he added M lliw it hn iiuhynlunl mleavor was applied to ilu-in. 1U> at :i distant, ost as he admire.- a painting which appeals lo him, and tlieu- for ihe iwst part it To the most ealk.us and indiiVerein aniuni; us there ciuw moments vlien we realize that exisu-me here be all the Ijrigluor if lln icrld were what we arn wont to call n letter one. seinse tin.-, I'.ti'l reimewlv that is all. do not out individually to do our individual so. We leave- it'to other.-. The griv.t want of the day- 's the want of individual eiiO-avor. We are rucustomed to leave soeinl Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subterlptlc-n Rates: Dally, deliTered, per weok .lo Daily, delivered, per year .....7.50 Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year...... l.SO Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 ot eipiry of >ubicrlptlou ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- of papers after expiration dtte ti oai1 authority lo couticut the i .OBSESSED WITH A WORD There is tae old itory of the ok reJonps to ,-piritunl reforms' 'to 'he i'hureh a? something; out- eiCKED UP IN .SSlNG THK HAN New School Principal A New School Enjoyable Dance woman who found her cliief consola tlon fn the Scriptures in the won "Mesopotamia." .To her ".Mesojio tamla" was a "blessed Then a moral to the story which ca'rrie: its application in the present day.' I .is. the glib way In which certain !i the ranks of Labor view the won "capital." To them it is a "blessed word" and one to .conjure with in their efforts to bring down the gallery In their appeals lo Labor to foiueul unrest. The Farmers' Advocate draws'at- tention to as reported, of a 'Labor representative at tbe llni- te'dTarmerV Convention recently htld- 'at Calgary. Here he stated that the .farmer and labor inteiests should get and destroy capital. 'The -Labor representative was only ono of his kind. He speaks of what he has, not given close thought to. It Is just one of those' oratorical bubbles which burst when subjected to an atmos- phere in which there is a wave of thought. Referring1 to the', incident the Farm- Advocate says. have let our- selves carelessly nse'the term capital when we were discussing'the'.control oj capital. As a matter of fa6t we cannot get along without capital. The "bulk of the-, capital is represented not in go.ld or hank bills, but in land, live stock, grain; machinery, factories, ds- '.veloped mines, transportation sys- tems and_ a hundred other material .things very necessary to our present .civilization, such as motion1 picturb .houses. add that, Hie ca- as represented in farms, live .etock and.farm machinery in Canada 'Is calculated in dollars. -Do 'we ]ivanl this capital or wealth 'de jslroyed. II would be an easy, matter .fo'.ttar that with all-the talk that Is going ratgtu well be :i litlle of ourselves. Kveii 'in our own civic matter? we have Ibis tunlcney of ?aving thingr to others. onlv i? individiuh sensinsr of things desiraljle. there is the nm of individual' thought, individual ititetc.-t, ami individual oxaniule, if the heedless, Ou. and the proijtei'ring fpint that w note abroad. which hurts each of us individually is to Ite put an end to or al least minimized. We speak .of war memorials. .It was only the other day Hint oar drawn to Hie "honor paid to a lady of this city in. being elected to represent for Carrying out a scheme of war memorial. well deserved priiie slmwn in this. nr memorials arc entirely fuliiij; for oiijtrnvinj? on the minds of present ami future generations 'tlie value of ideals, hut cannot we in ourselves he as well our own war memorial bv HI estimating rmr individiml res pun- silility that we perpetuiue, these ideal? in our individual selves, llns is worth the thought which it .cannot, be said is generally.jriven to n._____ Fiume as well. The claim1 on'the part ot Italy to Fiume there- fore 'implied, a renunciation' of that part of assigned to.lUly by; the1 Treaty of Ixmdou. to: this il was. claimed.' on the part of Italy that sue had for the fulfil- ment ot the treaty in view of tlie fact was a signed con- rrict but ttiat the claim to Fiume rose In a'diiterent way. It was not 'Fjumc, that. Flume claimed to be Italian, as it liad absolute'authority to do" in virtue of tie autoripmy uiiiler.the Crown of St. Stephen. 'Italy had' supported this1 lalrri in view.of its obvious legality ,nd alEO of -the fact thiit "events hurt ;6ne beyond the limits foreseen by lie London Agreement." This was "he argument in regard to Fiume put before tbe Italian Senate by Signor Eclalois: r Referring to' the question ot treat- ig. direct Tfllh theiYu go-Slav s, Signer Sjcialoja said Italy was prepared to enter into" direct negotiations, but on one the. minimum program of tho n'ugo-Slav Government was not.-guaranteed: by any of the jirincipal'Powers, Such a guarSnter; was a bar to any fruitful discussion. The program ot Italy's representa- tives was, as follows guarantee .f ItatiBnita in Fiume, a guarantee ot Ilalianita In Dalmatia, and security in tho Adria'tlc." Signor Scialoja said plainly that ha. considered the Ameri- can -for- Ih'e neutralization or demilitarization oii of the ques- tion, as. Italy's eastern coast was Heiivy of Snow Cheers Macleod of Farmer's Wife (Krrim Our Own Corresoonilonl} MACLEOD, Feb. lO-AVcdnesiiay Our Own WARNER. Veb. dealli ol Hobert Jsmleson iu Ix-tlibrldge last week removed from the community u highly respected citizen. many friends be has left a large num- ber of relatives to mourn his loss; In- cluding oae brother. James. The family went to Lethbridge and accompanied the remains to his old home in Walla, Washington for interment. .At the. .special scbool election for Idaho disulct on Tuesday lasl. Ed- ward H. Itaiug was elected to fill tho boaril is now cb'mplpUi. Mr. Yarizen arrived last-; week to take charge of the 'Consolidated school here as principal., Mr. .Depgis baa been substituting for him slaco ihe school opened. Mrs. Arvld Johnson has just under- gone serious operation in Lcth- brldge, latest reports saying-she is doing very 'nicely. H.'Elfslrom has been in Lelhbrldgo for several days. -Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tenney were visitora during tha wert. N. Woolard iva.s transacting busl- Tlio dance and card parly given by ihe .Unclaimed Sisters last vas a brilliant success in every way. The hall was very Ustelully decorat- jd, which must have meant a great leal of energy on tber part of tbe .islers. For or.ce the rnen'wore in tho 'enviable" position ot seat warmers .he ladies being llio suppliants but :hc floor was full for every din'ce, in- licating that the ladies Inlendod1 to lo all In their power lo show the ;cnts a sood time, in which they un- doubtedly succeeded. The refresh- ment were very ilaiuty and served ith eipedlUon by the gay baud of workers all of whom are to be ,cen- gralulated on their efforts In furnish- ing such a pleasant evening's, enjoy- ment. .Mr. and Mrs. Leffingwell lell :for Edmonton. -'On Monday, where--Mr. Uranlford expects a 3-mill Increase tax rate. Souio officials at Kingston Peni- tentiary refuse lo re-sign, although they.have reached tbo age limit. Rev. H. LeHcu. of Westminster church. Kegina, had his salary in- creased by J500 a year. 'Major J. E. Hagcraiaii. former Warden of Durham and Northumber- land county, died Iu his eighty-third year. B. Ixiveklu, formerly Reftyo of Clarke towuship, was found dead in bis orchard at Kilcoiu Farm, with a bullet through his bead and a revolver lying beside him. Rev. Dr. P. Richardson, former- ly President of the 'Montreal Confer- ence, and professor at AVesleyan Theo- logical College, Montreal, died' In Droekville. Hou. Walter Scott, former premier of. Saskatchewan and Senator J. H Ross are making a tour of Ihe world. They now are ea route to India and Egypt. W. J. lllsey, who has been the man- ager of Asbdown's retail store in been pro- of tho Ash- the late Davfd Marshall, M.P.. Is said to be almost inevitable In East Elgin, on account of the likelihood, of the Conservative party runniug a man in opposition to Sidney McDermand, an announced U.F.O. candidate, and W. Charllon. defeated Liberal; candi- date la 1917, who Is understood to be seeking the honors. Charged with tho murder of two brothers named Trouse. at Knterprise, Wallona 'County. Oregon, in 1905, Angus McDiin, 45 years old and for Eouio years a rancher in tho Prairie- district was arrested by the Alberta Provincial Police Just as he was about to leave Spirit Ulver to join bjs family in Kdtnonton. MANY MARRIAGES IN FRANCE PAIUS. Feb. many towns In France .continue to come record- breaking reports of the number of marriages, In tbe little town of Albl which has less (ban It is said 12 weddings .were celebrated last Sat Tnulose had 2-i marriages thi same- day. more serious." Ills quite true that capital has pb lafned a brtrj flavor through use 'Certain capitalists have made of II :But it is Idle on this score to preac the destruction' of what is as equal! .essential to industry as labor is. X :cme but a foolish and an iinthlnkin 'Individual would pdvocatc the destnic ;tion of capital if .what capital means, if capital is de- there labor commits suicide a'lflatUr'of course. The one can- aiH. exist without the other. There' are, certain nostrums, ivhicb the agitating pedlar carries wilh him figuratively- in his grip. They are patent medicines for creating trouble. If their tru6 virtue were sensed by those who accept the dose, Ihore will no more foolisli talkers and no more loolish liolievers. We liave not a doubt that' the Intelligent at the Calgary Convention gave their true practically unprotected. Such a stair-1 s perry SoWicrs' of things would he intolerable. Signor Nilti was equally outspoken on certain points. He said it would ihe flag at the lloyal Canadian Mount- ed Police was at half mast on account of the death of Constable Joseph Duquette, who iliei) at the hospital from a gunshot wound. He receiver: every attention from the de partment of the Police force, but at 4 p.m. An inquest was not consiil ered necessary on account of a stale mail.that the; Anjn vestigat.ion. .was hejfl Thursday, Tne heavy fall of'-snow the paet'tw days has lie-en tbe greatest this. ter. Nearly lo inches of snow has fallen, much of it melted as It-fell on the warm ground, and the continued materially increase the mois- ture for the coming season of 1920. It is hard tin the .stock on account of shortage of feed, but will aid tlie growth duriug tbe spring aud summer after the seed is in the ground. Mrs. T. ToWason; living east-of Macleod, died afternoon. She had been ill for some time, and leaves a husband and five small chil- dren to mourn her loss. The infant child of H. S. and Mrs. nixon died Thursday evening from a I light attack of tnent hoyrd is a visitor to Macleod Ibis week. The Agricultural Society are now working hard, on their prize lists, which they Expect lo have ready for tboir regular meeting the end of tiiis month. They expect to have many new lists, anil specials in several lines will make their program attractive for the coming year. Joseph lleuiy. who farmd a section Lcrfingwell will attend tho session of the Legislature. Walter Bugler visited his .parents for a couple of days, returning on Tuesday-to bis. new home north1 of Kdmouton. Roy Caldwell has returned after spending the winter iu the ll.C. woods. Mr. Yates, sr.. or Lethbrldge, spent a couple of in town last week .on business, for .Becker Yatcs.. gave 'iiieir lios'tri'gnerKdanje on .Tuesday evening. A was present, and time is reported. This is Ihe last dance which .will be held here until alter Easter witti the exception of the St. Patrick's dance which is an institution-here. The Methodist church's objective of for the Dominion bus been oversubscribes by accord- ing to a'telegram received from head- quarters at Toronto by Itov. Thomas Powell, of Calgary. The objective has been raised to and the campaign will be continued until Uio eud of this week. Alberta butter .took first place tbe big dairy exhibition In Winnipeg This province took first, second and third prizes. The successful makers were R. W. Farmers, Wetaskiwin score of 08; 0. Severson, Calgary score of 97.9; W. H. Jackson, .Marker ville. score of S7.S. A three-cornered fight for the-sea recently vacated through tbe death o 'LAN EXPOSITION OF FUR-BEARING ANIMALS AT 5IOSTREAL IN FALL Fcb. the con elusion of tbo convention ot the fur ndustry and life conference ast night It was unanimously decided hat steps should ba taken to organ- ze an International exposition ot fur- bearing animals, especially tbe silver tax, at Montreal during the .loiutng fall. Senator L. C. Webster advocated Ihe establishment ot a fur auction market for Canadian furs in Jlo'Jtreal and estlmsted the total production ol furs at thirty million dollars, a coa slderablo trade .which would bo kepi at homo. A number of Canadian firrui and foreign buyers, he said, promised to attend the Brst auction to be held here during tho wefek oi March 22. when four or five million dollars wortb ot Canadian furs will be put ou the open market. POMERANIAN FARMERS KICK Herr von Prussian, minister of agriculture, I luoted by the Togeblatt as sayln; hat a very serious situation exists in 'omeranla because of the 'exasper- ation of numerous land workers who lave of dismissal, while tho estates are occupied partly nrriied Baltic troops. The nows- mpers' Incidents are in- spired by reactlonaly political motives. SEED WHEAT PRICE FIXED BY ORDER, J2.45 WINN'H'EG, Feb. or- der to assist fanners in the drought-stricken areas ot Man- V Itoba, Saskatchewan and Al- berta. tho price of wheat grown in the three provinces, sold locally from country elevators, has been reduced from' to n bushel. plus carrying charges, basis in store in pub- lie terminal elevators at Fort William and Port Arthur, by an order issued today by the Canadian wheat board. This v.-ill enable them to purchase theii seed wheat requirement a( a reduced prica until March Si The becomes tlvn ir.ianight, February 21. Made With Brains In tho Mason Hlsbh Piano it Is not merely a case of so much lumber, vavnifih, keys, ac- tion, hardware, ivory, felt, etc., honestly prepared anil put to- gether. They are uuilt Into a perfect instrument vrltli skill dinounting to genius. SoW to you direct from tho aialter through our own .stores, ind on easy terms. Ask for Style Booklet. of You 'fove children. Help the K.P.S.C. fund. valua to the speaker's remarks, but there is always the danger that there may bo 33 foolish listeners to believe what the foolisli speaker enunciated be wrong lo take too seriously certain phrases ill M. Clemenceau's speech which bad Italian suscepti- bilities, but he fell 10 point out in the first place that "Croatia was'licit a contracting party to tho Londou agrecmcnl" as y ClenienccaaV speech seemed to ii: ply: It was true thai Hume was nol exactly realizes rp naly by the Ixmrlon agree- ment hut if 1ho London agreement was to he carried out then Italy coiild claim tho fulfilment ol Ihe clauses regarding Dalmatia. In 'spite of the Treaty ot which later circumstances waa con-1 f-rom the uorih anil noulh come th sidered to be inapplicable, a reports a.-i to the rendition of ment bad been arrived at by the soil, and Ihe present fall of mow Allied Council, to which the l-nitcd States was n [i.irty. (hal Pinnic to be erected into a Free Slate uiuU-r; URGE CITY MANAGER the League of Nulions. The sciznre of Flume by D'Annunzio hart conditions, and tbo Yugo-Slavs were Next War Will tie Won in the Air is Assertion of French r Paper PARIS, Fcb'. Pleas that "some- thing be done for P'rcnch of which Is described to be in a "stale of paralysis." are made .by the news- paper Liberte, ivhich asserts "the next war" will be 'iron or lost through the METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD. DISTRICT OFFICE PHONE 339 201 SHERLOCK BLOCK tii-i five tuindreil nncl fifty acres in whetit and reports the soil in Bond con- dition lor sprine. J. Kojiter, living ten miles we.11 re- ports rnbrc moisture in (tits nrounil at the present limn than Irn- ihe past four yetirs, and iioiv IMISV prepar- ing his seerl ami all his farm imiilc for waa con-j rrom thc early- spring seeding. AS ALTERNATE PLAN Ihe commercial airplane should bo capable of bcliig transformed Into a war machine in tho shortest period of time and that the country should have enough civil aviators to put into the fichl a .powertul fleet of planes during the first daya of'any conflict, Such a fleet would have a tremendous advan tnge, it is pointed out, in bombarding lovfns and points of strategic import a nee. air service, two million pounds bcinf, for civil aviation, the newspaper says given the option of accepting tho Council's plan or saibniiltiiii; tr! tiie carrying out of the Adriatic provisions in the Treaty of President in his latest noli- (.Tiuif: out THE ADRIATIC. QUESTION Tie Adriatic question as it has now become to fie known is at the present time referred to what il originally was owing lo tbe action of the United' States represented by President Wil- son. That is It returns to Us original standing before H was determiner! by .the Treaty of London lo Iho of which the Proaident objected. The resort to the conditions of the Treaty of was an effort made to sat- isfy a difficult situation, all endeavors in other direction having failed. The, 'Adriatic queFtinn hfjf-anid one as Iho result of tho war and the IVace Treaty. Tbo Treaty of Ixmdon Is whal is kuonn as a treaty. The real I rouble that has tlu: proven! impasse was to the fact that in SI Kiume was lo Croatia nml thnl Italy, as stated by M. Ctemun- ccan, did not claim at the T'cacc ftrencp Ilif fnll'ltmout of Ihe Ixjndon rlefinilcly agaiiiKt the tlie Treaty of Ijjndon. applicntiriri nf Toronto Municipal Associalion Out- lines Scheme for Alternate Form of City Government. MUKDEU OK 16-YEAU-OLI) Wlfi TOIIUNTO. Fob. 21.- lU'iiJO- ivca of Ilie Toronto on Hon. H. t'. E ArOMS, Sllnn.. Feb. llalph J. Lacotml, cbargctl ivllh (h niurrler