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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TI1K LETIIBH1DGE DAtLY HERALD TUESDAY, JANUARY 6. (920 "toetalb Blberta DAILY AND WEtKLY ind LrrHSftiesE GERALD PKINTINQ COMPANY, LIMITED W. A. kuchiiui lad UUMUBC Director Mm Tjrnnce Biumote Manas TELEPHONES Eittoru; Office ,..x....... 12SJ li of Salts Dilty, delhrwsd, weok .....I .U Drily, per .....I bjr Bill, per year br mill, per yew...... l.M bjr mil, to U.S. XM of he true Inwardness tart in tha war. There Is much thai the United SUtM can congratulate themselves on in the part Ihoy took in the war, D the same- spirit that each cf the Allied nations can, without taking the ustre from any o( tho others. It i united effort, in which erej-y cue of the Allies 'aulviuually shona, and oina shared tne bran1, to greater extent than others, In final result couUilrateij to- wards thft winning, fane American opinion Its own national tRrvics IP. caving a nation from reproach, 93 viewer by othei'd, ia net allowing it lo hr the loud voiced chatter- In; of noity brigade. and Irresponsible of expiry of subscription flilly on address Inhol. Accept- ot papers enpiratloa dtto ll ear authority to continue tub- TWO NOTED CANADIAN FAMILIES Tha death of Sir Win. Osier recalie two noted Canadian though not related at all. The Osier family and tho Meredith family are uninue Iho success attained In worldly affairs. Sir Win. Ofler was probably 'the most distinguished member of the Osier family, hut Ihree of his brothers-gained prominence; the late B. B. Osier, K.C., was In his day the ablest counsel at Bar ID Canada, Sair Edniund Osier ranks as one of the foremost financiers ot the Domin- ion and Hon. t'eatherstone Osier, until recently Judge of the Supreme Court of Ontario President of tho Toronto General Trusts Corporation, gained' distinction first on the bench and is now head ot one of the strong eit trust companies oi the country. Tho (Meredith family is aUo fore- most In finance and :law. Sir VVra. Meredith is Chief Justice of Ontario and a former party leader; 'Hon. R. XJ. Meredith, a brother, is judge of the Supreme Court of Ontario; two other brothers, Thomas G. Meredith, I' K.C., and Edmund Meredith, K.C., ot London, Out., stand high at tha Bar in Ontario, and Iheu .we have" 3Ir Vincent" Alereaith, President pt the Bank ot Montreal, and ChaB. Mere- dith, leading jtock broKer of Mont- real, both acknowledged BE high au- Ihorllies In 'finance. The record of the two families ia remarkable and is not likely equalled In Canada. A COMPARISON IN CONSTITUTIONS With what names imply, Is the tendency lo regard a republican form of government, compared to one of Individual frorereignly, as conferr- ing a grealer liberty on tho subject Thfi Is true in the majority of cases, but falls to apply to a Constitution iiicb a> that of British Kniulro. may well laud the fact that a such as ours Is uot even equalled lu'the. republic to the soulh of us In the removing of any- .hlng In the shape of autocracy. The present condition ot things over the border, as conitltuled In i opinion, makes this fact evident. In the Slates, ire a is at Iho present time charged -with the usurpation of executive duties. Senator Sherman, of Illinois, has as- serted that he is firmly convinced that the executive functions of toe U.S. Government have heen by a small group of "self-appointed" men who are acting as a "regency" during the President's disability. Joseph P, Tumulty, Secretary to the President, ar.d Bernard M. nanich, former director of the War Industries' Hoard, declares Senator Sherman, con- stitute the Inner croup ot the "reg- which uses Presidential func- tions in a'ma'nner that is "euper-Iegal." It Is worthy jot. note lhat Senator Sherman, draws' attention to the fact that the; Brltlsli Parliament provides for a regftncy upon the disability of the British Crown. .He goes on to say "In this supposedly popular govern- HIT OF HEN FEED Successful Christmas Good Progress By Pupils at Public School Our Correspondent) VULCAN, Altr... Wn. very successful ChitslniBH ties and concert was given the Sur.daj- school of the Presbyterian on Monday ev- December 22nd. The theatre was packed to the doors Ions before the concert was FA-heduled to start, and there was room only (or a large number could not obtain seats. Mr. Hayes. I'M minister, was chairman, and performed his duties nobly, giving many amusing little sketches between the acts. Drills and dialogues were given by t'l? members of the school, and the Ilille ones did themselves high hcuor In every num- ber. The treo was loaned down with presents tor the kiddles and some of the more favored grown-ups, and there was great hilarity when SanU' Glaus arrived by aeroplane ;to relievo r.ho tree of Its overload. Mrs. Embree who was mostly responsible for tht success of the concert, was presentee with a lovely set of Ivory, as a, mark of appreciation and esteem by the con gregaiion. Tuu amounted to some 560.00. Tho dance held under the auspices COALDALE SCHOOL j A i FULL ATTENDANCE to The HertM) COA1.UALK. Jan. 6. Coaldale school opened this morning with a tew staff of teachers. The ilaff. ac at present, Is comprised of J. J. Law, J.A., Principal, Miss Ruth Williams, Miss A. Porter, MUs R. Jackson. There was a full attendance- of pupils. A ptsasing innovalion wss the opening coremony for Iho New Year with the- presence of the school Irus- ces. Mfstrs. J. McD. Uavldsou, Archie Mitchell, and Iho Kev. llosoms-orth, who welcomed Ihe teachers and the pupils. Tba enrolment. Is 150. UTIA OLD-MR. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN ouimeacinc at tint ond their asso- ciates have shown themselves to be tho true counterfeit brand ot govern- ment In tho disclosures of their activ- ities in tampering wllh 'the current coin of the world. 'AMERICA'S PART IN THE WAR; A SANE AMERICAN VIEW We have heard ao much of late of America's winning the war lhat we come to almost make the fatal mls'ike of Judging the whole by Ihe part In placing serious stock on the bliUal those who, with flapping ot wings, have bffen ac- cnftbmed to about from the hpuielpps won war. it ii well to know, and It'Is something we owe nation, that tbia crow- rag not with the sane and what is. bell ere, the major portion of the AtoeHon people. This Is exempli Cifd by the judicious and temperate view 'by American journals out the yellow rress in regard to America's part In the war. Sucli {or Inalance, is "TJio Out 'published in Xew York City, polling with General Persblng's of flelil .report, the' Outlook has this which IB dl'gnl br Its temperate tone and under Iriof raminder ihat It does not do for ft Milon, anymore than ftn m4WIdua to mat lUelt overmuch. It It In fac trftatp to n true national sliirit, m matter to whatever nation It applies "Wbflt our. Allies had reason to he thukfnl. "that' America joined then lie critical we have per greal'nr reason to he thank fal ttiat we were not called, upon I .Orrmsi'.v alune and unprepared but that we went '.o th t> liberty we wen protection of our friend and-with tMlitance that proved ampl to tip for what otherwise woa! hire.been our fttal deficiencies. 1 there ia mater's! In General Perghlng' report for the cultivation of who] American pride, there la for the' ciillivatlrm of a wholesome and perhapf nor 'American hcmflltr." Vft cannot but admire (he glra an the above quolallon, and whe read what the same Journal to the American offensive In the Argonne, "Genera Perihlng Hates what wo Ihliik wi fca conceded by: our Allies and our enemies alike, that It was "the of deterniliiMIOn arilmalliig every American soldier that made l( im'possliile.for the malnlnin the until we are will 'Slales. Thle Is Iruo of prosperous Ing lo concede all lhat it asks in Iho limes In loailillea olher (him the tune spirit which brings lo the fora Slates. ith, where the crop was very short. Thlsjs commamilngra. good-price and Is finding a ready market. The mild weather ot the past few weeks Is a: great boon to the stoik, but tbero Is sllll a shortage of feed to the south and east especially. that point. He lost two en route whic he valued at 'Tor this he blame the C.P.H.; which'held him, he alleges than'2i hours at Medicine Ha [urlng whlc'u lime the animals 'wer neither fed or watered. Ruth stenographer fo ho Union Bank aUMagrath, spent par of tho holidays with her family her7.7 per ceat. pure tin, PilUfieM, woman discov- ered .after she had walked a block on her way to business, that she had not put her sMrt on. .Ceo, McMulIei., a Hlgieplc ;Dairy -was Instantly killed by s L.: E. S. Railway; car ou' a level crossing So Brantford. KepYesentaliveB of' New York restaurants in convention decided that, In -spite ft heavy Increased operating costs, they will not Increaso prices to the public. U. S. railroad earnings Increased during the.first ten months of 1919, drinking "Columbia rood alcohol, at Owen Sound. Ident of O.W.V.A., the Dominion expected in command tile west One half of one per cent, of alcohol Is declared by the U.S. Supreme Court to be Intoxicating. Some of the con- firmed llpplera will regard this as a llbal on what they can stand In the way ot strong drink. The Hudson's'Bay Co. has complet- ed arrangements for tho establishment In Swift Current ot a largo export liquor department. Tho locality Is, no doubt, chosen in the anllclpalion of a swift current of outward flow of the liquor. fFYom Our MACLEOD, Jan. A sa.d accident occurred on the 'main line run- ning norlh to Calgary on Sunday. While the way freight was gping north and making tho gr.ide at the big hi! just north of Oltoloks, 'eetehoii, a hrakeman from 'Maclecd. while coup- ling cars, was caught belwoenvthe cars and crushed 10 death. Hie was a bachelor and, has no .relatives in this part of tho country. A very harmonious meethig ot the U.F.A. was held in Ihe lowh hall Sat- urday night, when the Iced, siUiall'jn was discussed and many explanations made as to the marked slowness with which Ihe feeil is being rece'lveii. The dolcMites to the coming convention were asked (o be in attendance, nuxl Saturday, January iota, and talk over whit linos of action. If any, they will take at tho big convention. Among some of the items are the feed and seed problems which will be a big question al an early date. Sales of calile ami horses are being made. Many of Ihesc aro going north for fewHng. while the returned sol- diers are buying some, looking forward lo the working of Ihe land purchased, and the promise ot a big crop In the near future. Land seekers ace also on the ilne looking lor locations', in preparation for seeding in the early spring ot 1820. Word was received Sunday evening of Iho smlrlen 11111033 ot W. Harold Orady, In Kdmonlon. He wns tskcn Kuddnnly iil on New Year's Day, re- moved to tho hospital rrad operated on Sunday. H was found on reaching Hie hospital lhat he hnil lost ao much blood from hemorrhage that it waf 1 The liberal spending of American farmers Is said to be Iho backbone and sustaining power of Ihe present volumo of business throughout tlio rVrnm nup Own TURIN1, Jan. an family nre moving to Coaldale for th remainder of the winter- Norman Nelson'has returned from D.ilemead, where he hss been repre- senting the interests of the farmers the few weeks. In spite of his efforts to procure good feed the de- lay of Ihe rcllroaflHn shipping same caused It to reach the-.fanners in bad condition. 'It was-damp at the time of loading and-became molded tn transit. The rtanco at. Community tlall on FTriday night was well attended, nesides the homo crowd many Iron Springs .and Coaldale .people were ircsent. Mrs. Deri Spencer, has recovered roiti ittr rccenl" illness. A party of young1' people spent a very enjoyable evening at tho home of rhos. McNahb on Now Year's Wm. Mellow has Just received Iho sad news of his father's death In On- rio. Mrs, H. A. Bsheiishatlo and two small daughters are visiting Mrai Ida M. llanstn. The fact that' they made the trip through from Mont., some 250 miles, in a car, Is proof that our mldwlnlcr and weather are not so bad after all. The announcement lifts been that a chicken supper will be pervert In the Community Halt on Friday night. January 7'h. All (hose who like chicken or enjoy a good program should be present. Miss Annie Mellow has left for a visit wllh her slsler, Mrs. J. P. Van Brocklln, who Is under tho weather at present. toward the. end of -February. An artificial ice plant' has been es- tablished in Rrantford, and it is ex- pected to store tons for.-.local delivery. J. G. McEachren, B1A., (or ten' years teacher in St. Thomas Collegiate In- stitute, has.accepted a similar-posi- tion It is 'understood' that Hev. W. E. McNlven, of Edmonton, .formerly of' Claresholm has been invited to the. pastorate of Hldgetown. Metho- i dist churcb, A- concave -rholion --picture-screen. tried at New York, which is said to relieve eye strain; and'give appear, ance of deplh'to'picturog. Anthony Getvaise, New.York, claims a rallrosd. wreck so injured his .vocal chords make .a living as an opera singer.' He is suing for The body of a man frozen to (loath, with papers in a pocket bearing tho name Alexander iirown, was found on t a street corner in Montreal. The farmers of Quebec's Western ml were' (nort than offset by the ncrease .of expenditure. .Liquor Interests In the U. S. cstl nate their losses as the result ot en forcemeat of wartime prohibition at. They will sue tha iovernment.' J. G. of London, classical master at the Gait Collegiate or three. years., has accepted the princlpalship iof the .Oshawa High School at a salary Chief engineer on an .ocean steamer it Boston had a quarrel with oiie" or oilers, who 'fired a revolver at ie range. The bullet was stopped by a notebook In' his inside pocket. John Connon; who oh Monday mur- dered J. T. Craig, a waiter in n. D. c. construciion cauiR was ij.iot and killed while: re- sisting arrest." Oscar Marchand, aged sixty-three, night watchman at Dbon Twines Co.'s factory at Kitchener, was fatally burn- ed'by flames shooting out of the fur- nace ioar. An armless man or tbe-first tlnie within living memory, has been sent- enced to-death for murder. WUliaoi Lamb, nn Edinburgh street musician, has been convicted of killing a woman Death was caused ty kicks -In tho face and body. Brlg.-Gen. John Ross, D.S.O., and two bars, C.M.G., has been appointed commanding officer for'British Cqlum. bla, wilh headquarters al Victoria General Ross is'a, son of R. Ross o( Kmhro, Ont: Alex. Morris, official court reporter at MedMno'Hat; Jias accepted a posi- tion on ,1110 court, rsjiorters' staff duties' :lberc The death of Mn. -M.tthrn, wl! ot Her. Gordon Jormer'n of Red and aliUr ot Mrs. Thomu T-wwd. of MMiclM Hit, took at Weitoa, Oat. A trainlnr centre for prwpeetlvi is to in Alberta by the. Soldiers' V will tw. located al ind !i an nounced a; a part of the board's 192( ?roeram of In this province The purpose of the proposed Instltu :lon IB to traja ex-soldiera in tho prln clplee of successful farming beton they go out on the land. Mrs. WIllliuB Charltoh c-t Derbs tonrnshlp, near Owen Sound, Sled atte; lilne days's agony, from recelv ed. In an filled i la nip-wl ill easo'lne' by mistake fo: coal oil, fumes catcblbi fire' from tht stove. Her baby daughter died nevi morning. Great Britain's great'myslery war ship, tbe Hood, may the country completed She 1: only seven, feet-shorter than the Arjuitania and Ii .twice'M'loi the Queen Elizabeth. Her .mj attributes1 have neter been revealed. DW R: lyslerj QrderThat Victrpla TODAY Terrris. VO Style, All Woods JanlMt'Juz Bwt CjaMlci ORDER THAT VICTROLA TODAY Block Komt thi necessary lo1 infuse blood lo save tho patient. At 1 p.m. Monday the doclora considered bis case aatlnfaq- tory. V. J. Young, who is farming a large tract of land aoulh of Macleod, Is In town this week gelling fil.i 'tractors and machinery ready for the sprirtfc work. Mr. Young Is counting on n big crop for 1320.' POISON LIKE UNTO VENOM OF SNAKES Professor H. Sirausg, M. tho RoyoJ Charity f-tiya, "The causo for an atUicIc of gout, luiohapo, (a by tho incn-aae of uric acW in tho scrum, [ho mstill. of various ovusca, tfjomost firxiucntof wliich is rcnnl. Ucforo an aUacV, one stiffers Trom head- acho, Muraljda, tuingca of pain Iicre nnd 1' O.B.U. AGFIEEABLE TO THE INCREASE CAUJARY. Jan. 5. O.n.U. miners in were willing to accept tho M pnr cent, increase a "tem- porary arrangement pending the drawing up of a general, was tlio. announce- ment made in Calgary on Sat- urday, followlns a mcetirg of the executive brmra'''of dfalricl N'o. I, Mining department O.n.ll. _ When your kidneys feel like lumps of 1 lead, -when tbo back Imrts or tho unno is cloudy, full or you have rheu- matic pains or gout, scintie.1. obtain al your ncnnat drug fltoro "Anuric This in fhi- dijtovcry of Dr. Pierce ol tho Invalids' Iliitrnlo, N. Y. "An- uiw" iaan nntidnlc for I his uric acid insnlid dkwlvw uric acid in the body much aa hot coffee dj wives "Anurio" will into Ihc Jointfl accumillatioru. It will stamp otil. loxins. rjinnol prMso Dr. 1'icrcft'S Anuric (anti-nrio-nciu) cuotlgh tor it hw (3onn for me. thrco montlii 1 was under r-aro and got no Iwllfr. I wfld complaining of my 1 did riol VDOW to do. 1 read About Anurlo and made up my mind lo try it. 1 have taken two boxes nnd don't complain flny I in weight nnd nrn atdl paining. My nnpetito i.i grpnl and eioop hrts corns to we. Tluit is what tho Anuric Tablets have dono lor mfl. I do Iruly recommend Ihnm to those who arc fullering Iho wny 1 did. Inblcls Inoilgh not exponsive. I-'MV trt buy, but hard to A. BROWN, 388 DotcliMtc-r St. W. Sonrl 10 to Dr. PicWB InvalidV N. Y., for trial of Preparatory to stock taking we will oti'er se'veral lines .which we are clearing-out at greatly reduced figures on.Uielr present price. This will mean to persons requiring footwear'a, -price at leant half of what It will be In spring on the new lines' and" would pay you to Invest Look over these prices, then look at what our wfndCTrs dis- play. You will find something lo interest you and ctlli more inside to interest you farther, _- Men's Gnnmetal Blucher at Men's Tan Calf Blucher at............., Men's Patent Leather Blucher 4 i 7 pairs only, Nettleton Button Booh, a pair RUSSIA rARE BROKEN 7 pairs only, Dongola Blucher, EE width, full double sole, sizes 6, 1% and 8 at Mahogany Bab, leather or Neolin soles, WOMEN'S SHOES ;J Hanging in price from lo in Black-Kid Inhere and Brown Calf; also a, few pairs of Ivory Brown. Not All sizes in a lino, but al! sizes In the list. Look at the price only, a Women's Brown Kid Bal with light kid top. Regular shoe for................... Women's Slippers, to clear, per pair LOOK THESE OVER WILL BE PI BASED WITH WITH WHAT YOU SEE. SALE GOODS ON APPRODATION AND NO 8AI E GOOpS CHARGED W.J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING ;