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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfJE FOUR THE LETHlUUlXiK DAILY H MONDAY. proprietors, putmmcri THl LETH BRIDGE HERALD COMPANY, LIMITED Street South, LM1-bridge, AIDertl W. A. DUCHANAN President rmrt MnnujTins: Ulrectnr JOHN TCmitANCK Audit nuroAii of Circulation! subset-lotion Rates: Dally, delivered, per week... IIIK the severe austerity of virtue they sonao It on others. Catted front all walks of life, the objects of notary aro as they aro niado to apply to tlio mission of service. The ono word Service" has been emblazoned on the national shieU ever ainco we hava learnt to know what tho spirit of true service meant in pulling a nation through tho great- est crisis a nation was ever called on to face. AVe speak of that buttress j of our Knipire, the Navy, as the Senior Do You Know? by mail, per year.......... Dully, by imU for 6 months....., Ilally by mail. 3 months......... Wei-kly. by mail. J.VT year........ Weekly, by niini.pt-r to U.S. 4 Jr 2.5" 1.6" I'.OO THE END OF A LONG CASE. After occupying the attention of th? court for fourteen days, Schwartz Guerlu case. wMch approaciicd tue distinction of a "cause colebre." came to a finish on Saturday. It was s. case which involved, a matter of j Service, with the Army us the Junior service. Hut there is also the "Civilian the service which every citizen owes; and this is the j service which runs through Rotary j in its motto. "Ho profits most who1 serves best." This service is defined to be "Service Above that is to say that unselfishness is tin true form of service. This is what underlies the when -wo speak of the Navy and the Army iu what is expect- ed from those who sarve in them, and with a judge employed for over two weeks. This latter meant that consid- erable litigation, which had to come beforo him, had to be left over for some future time. It is such cases as the Schwaili- Guerln case, with its Ions and tedious process, that tend to bring the law in its tardiness into disrepute. It may have been necessary from a legal point of view that the case should have taken the time it occupied, but in-following it in all its meandering details it is difficult not to form the opinion' that time could have been caved. It would appear that, in transactions, a proper system of ac- counting should be insisted on for it is tho basis of all true service. AN ECHO OF THE MARNE. How the Germans in the initial part of the. .war were on their march on Paris, when they were turn- TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How camo the word "kid" to apply to a youiu; v-hildT f. What is .MarJl 3. What does the "Not up to tho mark" conio from? 4. What is one of the most curious cases of death from laughter? t 5. What other noted cases are there of death from laughter? 0. How'Icing are the hands of the local Post Oltice clock? QUESTIONS 1. What does "fascination" mean? What is. the allusion iu "To play fast and 3. WJiut Is the aptest term applied to architecture? 4. What is a 5. What is the origin of tho phrase "To eat one's 6. Should "an right" be treated as Old Lady Whose House Wat Lost in Fire Gets House, All Furnished Through Cit- izens' Generosity (From Our Own Correspondent) CAItDSTON, Feb. spirit of the brotherhood of man and of com- munity nplift has been exhibited once more in Cnrdston. flood old Laily "Wolsey, nearly 80 years old, who had her home burned to tho ground a few weeks ago is now in possession of another home and all furnished. The people of Cardston got together, pur- latter should it bo spelt "allright" two separate worcls'or as one? If the i subscription a 'neat little house on the outskirts of town -which had been vacant for a year or so. moved it into town on the old site of Mrs. Wolsey's former home, remodelled it and then under the lead- ership of the Relief Society, bedding, ANSWERS 1. Slain or overcome by the eyes. Tho allusion is to the ancient notion of bcwitchin ey by the power of the j cookinB utensils jvere 2. To a cheating game practised at' furnished, so that the loss of her home by the good old lady, fairs. A belt is folded, and -tho play- ed back at the Marne, an incident is asked to prigk it with a skewer, which made all the difference in the so as to pin it to the table; course of the war, has been a matter'h'u'ins <'ono so. his adversary takes 1 the two ends, and '.'losses" it or draws while rather sne feels that Cardston'i people have proven friends in need, and therefore friends indeed. Throughout the Alberta Stake for FRIIOHTIR ASHORI 8AN niANCISCO, Feh. The freighter from New York to this port is ashore at Asuncion Inland, hut u In no Immediate accord- ing to a muHsajie received hy the local chamber of commerce. The carried no passengers. Private Bill at Edmonton Looks to Formation of Trust and Loan Company Debaters Decide Canada Should Own Its Own Railway j of mystery. Many of the public may not be aware that the mystery has i been cleared in the discovery of what led to the victory. This was brought to light In a lecture recently given In London, Eng., by Lieutenant- Colonel Falgade, C.M.G., D.S.O., As- sistant Military Attache at the French tne week or ten days there has presentation before such cases come Embassy, entitled "From Charleroi to the Maruo." Colonel Falgade was in a position into court. It was an outstanding feature of the case that all the judicial decision necessary ,was on a question of f.tct There was nothing of the tanrllns out of knotty legal points. It was admit- ted by both parties to the action that the mortgages which figured In the case wero signed, though the purport of them was disputed, yet there was an interminable length of evidence. The SchwartJ-Ouerin case culls for the adoption of some proceilute for expediting matters in our courts to allow of actions being disposed of where, in many cases, harm may be caused In allowing matters to be held up which may affect tho ordinary rou- tine of business. If every case is to occupy the time the Schwartz-Guerin case did, there can be no surprise to hear that our judicial bench Is tmder- riacnel, But It may well be said that it Is not through any fault, as It ap- plies to the case under review, of the judges, on whom there cannot trat be a great tax on patience. We are not reflecting on methods of .procedure of counsel, who we may well leave-to know their own business in the best1 interests of their clients, but. from a public point of view the'. observa- tions we intake aro with the '.purpose of bringing home the necessity for taking steps to expedite' litigation in our courts. Time and money, as they relate to litigation, are after all matters of importance. The poor man, or the busiir.-s man, in having to contend against these is placed at 'a disadvantage.' SIXTEENTH BIRTHDAY OF ROTARY. Today there will be celebrated in the city the sixteenth anniversary of Rotary, which had its birth in the city of Chicago on the 23rd of tho month. The whole week is to be ob- served as Rotary week, nnd Monday forms a special day In taking cogniz- ance of the birthday of Rotary, in that it is the regular meeting day of the local club. Man has been described to be n gregarious animal. He yearns for the companionship nnd sympathy of his own kind. The exception to the rule is the hermit, who, in the seel-.inc I it away, showing that it had not been pierced at all. u. Frozen music. A horse less than 15 hands high, of the breed which originally came from Galloway in Scotland. 5. "Hattes" in old cookery books were made of eggs, real, dates, saf- fron, salt, and so forth. 6. There is no such word as 'al- right" in the English-language, and it is not found In standard dictionaries. There was an old form which appears, in one or two instanc- way of writing Is "all as two separate words. to give the official view ot the French Headquarters Stan of the events In question. He gave an account of the battle of Charleroi, which raged from August 21 to 23, and of the famous conference which took place at St Quentin, at which Sir John French, General Joffre, General Lanrezac, Gen- eral p'Amade, and members of the respective staffs, together with tb.3 liaison officers, took part. He'went on to describe the natural alarm creat- ed on the last day of August, when tho Allies -were informed by the staff of the Fifth Army, then stationed a'. Stokely Wanders Out Laon, that a mats of German cavalry had just received orders to deploy from the district north-west o! Noyon on to the plains south of Laon, which movement had forced the Fifth Army to bend line et march towards the south-east. The removal ot French Headtiulrtera to Craonne and to Jon- chery Immediately followed. At the latter place, during the night of. September .1 to 2, there waa brought to the lecturer the satchel of "a German staff officer of the Fifth Cavalry who .had been kill- ed in his motor car by a French pat- rol. In- this satchel, destined to 'be- come historic, was found a treasure been nearly 50 special missionaries travelling In all the wards of the Stake. These "special" missionaries. were called at the recent quarterly conference of the stake, held In Cards- ton on Feb. 5th and 6th. 'It is their special duty to visit the homes of every church member in the entire Stake and exhort the people every- where to a better life and a more rigid adherence to their duties, not only re- ligiously, but politically and moralrjt as they come in contact with their fellow men. This big missionary es, in old books of the twelfth cent-' movement is a regular thing In this (From Our Own Correspondent) VULCAN'. Feb. second an- nual poultry and pet stock show which was held here on the 10th lust., was a huge success and one that will long be remembered by all who view- ed the splendid exhibits of birds which totalled over, 458 entries. A treat deal of credit is due the execu tlve officers of the'T'oultry Association for the efficient manner in which the exhibition was carried on, and every- thing went along from start to finish without a hitch. Many valuable prizes wero distributed to the exhibitors, eluding five very fine cups which were a credit to the donors. If the Vul- can association are able to keep up or improve on the last two shows we have had here, they win have an ex- hibition next year that will be second to none In the province. The debate held In the Odd Fellows1 Hall last night under the auspices ot the Community Club, was very well attended and was a decided success. The subject for debate was, solved that Canada should owa "Re- her railways." The affirmative was taken ury, but it is obsolete. The correct Stake every February and the people 1 by F. J. Stewart, ot the Bank everywhere make great preparations j of Commerce, R. L. Elves, post- to receive men and women with master, while 6. M. Whicher and C. their special message, into their E. Colwell. argued the negative. The homes. The people in Cardston are giving two big entertainments in honor of the 12 or 16 missionaries who are lab- oring here. The first entertainment judges wece J. A. Lindsay, J. P., Guy Johnston and Miss Wylie, principal of the Vulcan High School, who award- ed the affirmative the. decision on points. Tho next debate will be held will be given tonight in the Second some time next month. Ward Chapel, while the big tabernacle will be used for the farewell event on Saturday Sight. Feb. 19. Shows Glider Park Views One of the best and most educative The public library is steadily grow- ing, over fifty volumes having already Home, Lightly Clad on Bit- ter Night, Succumbs (From Our Own Correspondent) been donated by citizens of Vulcan and farmers of the district. The second annual masquerade ball to be held under the auspices of the Vulcan. Citizen's Band will" take place ional Park views were screaned. This j in the Oddfellows' Hall tonight. A park is right at Cardston's door-and very large number of fancy dress cos- yet it is a safe bet to say that not 25 per-cent, of its people have seen the tumea have been disposed of .'by the Jones Drug Store for the occasion. beantlfnl scenes from nature that I if It ia the decided success that FOREMOST. Feb. com- wero shown hy Miss Nlelson on the the one held last year was, the Band munlty has been very greatly udden- screen. Such photo-serffae as this! will be well satisfied, ed by intelligence of two deaths, help to make us appreciate the Mrs. T. B. LeBow left on Monday in Lethbridge of Mr. Bert Taylor, one i beautiful place we live In. Miss Niel- 'or Portland, Oregon, where she will of the pioaeer residents of the has .been a few days I visit Mr. and Mrs. C. E.. Henry for a trict, who died last Sunday. Mr. Tay-' visiting her sister, Stella OUroyd at few weeks. lor had lived -about six north- east of Foremost, coming here from Ontario. He was resnected hlg-Sly ,by. Carmangay. The 7Jnd birthday of Mr. H. D. Fol.som, 'one of Cardston's foremost all who knew him .his timber merchants, .was celebrated at worth, unassuming hones'.y and gen-; his home last Thursday evening. A ial manners. Ho .leaves in this Pleasant and profitable evening munity a wife and brother, besides a'was sPent by the many friends pros- host of other friends. i ent. The other death was that of Mrs. j Pres- Ellw- J- Wood and party will Mrs. F. D. Cunningham and little daughter and niece left on Monday for u few weeks' visit to her brother, who resides in California. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Duffleld, editor of the Vulcan Advocate, and several' others, were Calgary -visitors this week, where they attended Sir Martin Harvey's plays. or ino.tim-.Mo ,i which occurred in Edmonton :leavp for and Mr. F. N. Bar-net has arrivod from or inestimable p..in giving on January 29, under most distressing missionary tour to .the .five northern' Portland to take over and operate the full details of the march, circumstances. While temporarily ot tne tomorrow j'arm of three quarter sections which ed the-following day, of the whole of of her mind, due to .nervous disorders, morning. They wilt go dlreict.to has recently purchased from Mr. the First German Army under Von Kluck. The officer's satchel, which was of very large dimensions, contained, in addition to food and articles of cloth- ins, blood-stained documents which showed that he had been to Von Kluck's headquarters for instructions and was on his -way back to the 5th Cavalry Division when ho was inter- cepted and kjlled by a French infantry palroi. ..But tucked away under food nnd clothing was found a map, on which were traced all the movements to be undertaken after September 1 by Von Kluck's army. The position of every column was plainly marked, with their h the hours of departure and arrival at EDMONTON, Feb. Moore, U. P. A. member for Cochrane, has in- troduced a private bill in thn legisla- ture to incorporate tho United Farm- j ers' Trust company, which is the be- I ginning of what eventually will be an enormous financial enterprise under- taken by the fanners of Western Can- nda to serve their own interests in the matter of trust, administration, loans, mortgages, etc. The object of the bill is to enlarge the powers of the present administration of estates de- partment of the U. F. A. and to ad- mit of the linking up of this depart- ment with those of Manitoba and On- tario. The capitalization will be for half a million dollars with provision to Increase to one million, of which J50.000 will be paid by capital, to be paid up immediately. STEAMER BURNS SALONIKI, Feb. steamer PICKSD UP IN PASSING THI BUST MAN The CM li low In Caliary. Wm. Jackson, formerly of Orillla, Ont., died it Victoria. American automobile tourliti in Canada lait year, left Capt. Kenneth McKenile of Tlver- ton, was killed in an explosion of acetylene gas iu his cellar. Retail merchants of Eastern Ont- ario object to Inclusion of retailers in the scope of eight-hour legislation, in tho province. James Jndd and Rclnhart Haase, two concerned in the holdup of Eric Peters, robbing him of 175 on New Year's ere at Calgary, were) sentenced on Saturday morning In the criminal court, by Mr. Justice Sim-' mons, to nine months each iu Leth- bridge jail, In the first division of the Manito- ba legislature session, the Norrii gov- ernment was successful, the Labor- ites' resolution for the unconditional release of the strike leaders, three of Admiral Coundouriotis, from NeW ''whom are members of tho legislature, York for Saloniki and Black Sea ports laden with lubricants and petroleum belonging to the Standard Oil com- pany, has geen burned in the harbor. Tho loss is estimated at fifty million drachmas. being defeated by 26 votes to 23. The vote resolved itself into practically a straight fight between the Liberals and Conservatives on the one hand, and the Laborites and the Indepen- dent Farmers on the other. she wandered out of the house in the- Earv" where they will; visit the Cal-jW. H. Skinner of Portland, early morning, on a severely branch of the Cardston First j Mr. R. J. Scott, representing th morning, lightly clad, and perished Then they will journey south Prairie Nurseries at Estevan, is the cold. Her husband at the time to eacn tne other wards In their! spending several days in Vulcan, tak- was engaged as manager at Buffalo 'urn Tnl" perhops will he about the! Ing orders for trees to beautify the Lake In Saskatchewan, for the' Al- Iast these trips as there Is every berta Fish Co., and couldn't get home i evidence that the Alberta Stake will until a week or more after her death, 'llie divided and that these northern having to travel ey dog train and 1 wards will bo placed in a separate- slow railroad. Mrs. Stokely was Stake .soon. Just when this will be cemetery and town boulevards. Mr. Scott Is meeting with marked success In his canvass, and we expect that the appearance of Vulcan .will he greatly improved as a result of hi; led at. Lucky Strike cemetery; the J dins-has not been decided as yet, but visit and energy, funeral services being conducted ll Is done there will be three Mr. H. P. Saunders, brother of Mrs. Rev. J. D. Taylor, of Foremost, at thejstalie3 ln Alberta instead of the pres- A. Nieman, was a Vulcan visitor last residence of Mrs. Sam Stokely, bro- ther-in-law of the deceased. Miss NMckawa, Indian elocutionist. Stakes of Alberta and Taylor. I week. The sickness of the vice-principal] Mr. Wm. Rolston left last week for of the Cardston public school, Mr.! Brandon, where he will interview the gave one of the finest programs of Wright, which caused the closing of heads of a big- lumber concern in re- readings, chiefly from the works of j'ho large grade VIII class for three gard to_a position as manager. was very kindly prevented from Pauline Johnson, that 'Foremost ever heard, in the hall last Saturday i further interfering with the school, by evening, Feb. 12, to a capacity audi- ieads and rearguards, and !ence' A'tor vlsitir'g her friend, _. Armstrong of Memiscam. she Miss iinlscam, she went on to Etzikom and Manyberries. Mr. Eldon Tanner, who is substituting for a couple of weeks. Mr. Tanner la principal of the Hill Spring school, but at' present that school is qtlaran- Fortunately for Cardston, The Champion Curling Club visited the Vulcan tana on the 16th, playing a game for the McNanghton cup. They returned home with the cup for the time being. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McHoberts, who account of an epidemic of i have been visiting friends and rela tivea at LaCrosse, WIs., for several weeks, returned to Vulcan last week. someness" on the part of its originat- or, with the human craving unsatis- fied, grew the Idea of Rotary. The very essence of its being ja there- lore human. It makes for .humanity, and, in the ethics which guide it, may aptly bo turned the Religion of Hu- manity, in that the basis of its inspir- ation is service to oiie'a fcllowmnn. In this there is concentrated the essence of that touch of human nature which makes the whole world kin, in that Out of the thorough conception of ser- vice spring thoso virtues and qnalit- iec which arc the outstanding features of humanity In ita literal and ligura-' tlve meaning. Rotary bespeaks the human element iln human nature. There is associated i with Rotary meetings, an those out- of it are aware in what is read of them, a certain frollcsomences and 'fun and what might even bo termed 'levity. But this Is tho light sido of [human nature as associated with Rot- end. tends to emphasize Its partic- ular ehnracter. It testifies to tho ap- preciation of tho Joy of life, and that may be said to be tho atmosphere in which notary, with the spirit of ser- vice, obtains tho breath of Ha nos- trils. It is no gathering of solemn- men with the object of impos- march on Paris, to begin on the mor: ing of September 1. Colonel (then Captain) Falgade at once telephoned this information to G.H.Q., and immediately followed up his message by sending the map and other documents by motor-car to the same destination. The telephone mes- sage and the map have He-en carefully preserved, and there can be little doubt that to this discovery is mainly owing the success which attended General Gallieni's manoeuvre of throwing a hitherto unknown and un- suspected army on Von Kluck's Hank, with the resultant victory of tho Marne ana the German retreat to the j Aisne. Foremost. The chief feature of the program was an address by Mr. Jas. Shearer on "Elements ot True Suc- being based on the fourfold program of the Canadian Standard was the recipient of two lovely boy- quets of flowers from his students in Grade VIII today, one box of carnat- ions coming from Terrill's, .Lethbridge, and the other box of roses from Efficiency Training Course. After the Frache Bros.. Lethbridge. Such ex- program the "Hustlisrs" and the Cres- cent Star Girls Club entertained the Westtieiu boys and girls at a bean feed in the Mrs. BchinnouT" entertained a few friends at afternoon tea on Thursday pression of sympathy and kindness to their sick teacher goes a long way toward making up for tho sufferings of his short illness. ST. CATHARINES WOMEN STRIKE ON EGG PRICES evening. Mr. McKI-nnon has returned from attending tho Oddfellows' convention! ST- CATHARINES, Feb. in Calgary. crs on the market hero Saturday ask- Mr. Phillips loft on Wednesday to seventy cents a dozen for eggs, but PROGRESSIVES M7LL VOTE WITH KING ON NO-CONFIDENCE MOTION OTTAWA, Feb. T A Crerar, leader of the Progressives ar- rived In the city today. He will take his scat In th'; house., of commons. In that he intended to mtpport the King no-confidence amendment. Thn Citizen tomorrow will say that it understands all the Progressives will support tfin amendment as a mat- tor of principle. visit his father near Mooso Jaw, who was reported critically ill as the re- Bult or a paralytic stroke. Mrs. Fred Modhurst and her mother Mrs. McPhce, returned yesterday from a short visit to Lethbridge. V.'o aro liaving a spell of real Can- adian winter these dilys. LethbridRB. to ami Mrs. Norman Feb. 13, a son. am Motheral, on Sunday, UNEMPLOYED VETERAN ENDS IT BY SUICIDE TORONTO. Feh. at heart with mi filled hope of ever getting em- plnymont and teniltlvn about receiv- ing charity, Tom Gibbard, a returned soldier, 52 years of age and a widow- er, committed suicide at his boarding house here yesterday. Gibbard cut liiH throat. Ho left a note saying was "tired of running around" and bidding goocl-by; O the women patrons of the market went on strike nnd refused to buy. The farmers flnruly dropped tho price to 45 cents a dozen. The women how- ever refused to buy eggs on the mar- ket on Saturday at any price. "We (aught tho farmers a lesson today that they will one of the strike loaiiers declared. A WALKING ACROSS CANADA MON'TUEAL, Feb. who left Halifax on January 21 on hike to Van- couver, reached here-Satur- day. ]io is to git 1600 from a body of Halifax sportsmen If hn makes before July 31st. Like washing your hands Do you easy to wash your silk blouse, youi silk underwear, or any- thing dainty and it is to waah your yon use the dainty vrKipped-crearn- like LUX suds. Jast a few gentle squeezing, stirring and rinsing and done And the' result I Shimmering and sweet as when new is the garment, for LUX will harm nothing that clean water itself may touch. You'll lite to read "The Care of Dainty our neatest Recite Book, and we'll gladlj send you free a copy on request, LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO, ONT. 71 .o, MACDONALD'S PRINCE of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's standard since 1858 IIIIIIIIIHHIIIHIIII! ;