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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LOTHHRIDGgDAILY flERALP SATURDAY, JANlJAHV 8. 1921 jinO UETIIOHIDGE HERALD MINTING COMPANV. LIMITED .Ua W. A t niul M. timing Olrcgtor TOU'UANCB Lethbridge, Albirta FULFILLING A PROMISE .Audit nurc-au Subicrlpvion of Circulatio Kates: DaMy. weeK I --'3 Daily, by ui.iit. year Ciliv. by nuiii 6 mor Ptliy 'by mall. J muntlis........... Weekly, year......... 1 5'1 Wtekly. by rauil. per year lo U.S :.0i) THE NEXT MOVE IS WITH THE GOVERNMENT Having consistently followed the ad- Tice of tha provincial authorities to proceed in tlie resular way in ais r.t- tompt to sell the bonds of the district in order to obtain money for the pur The credit of a country depends largely in the way it meets its obligations. This amounts to the spirit in which it keeps its promise to pay. The closer this obligation is realized, the higher the credit of the country, and it gains in the trust that is reposed-in it as compared to what is known as a defaulting country. This applies equally to municipalities and corporations in the preservation of their credit. What applies to a country or to a corporate body, in the particular way of meeting their financial obli- gations, in fulfilling a promise, may be applied to the in- dividual in a general way in living up to his and her prom- ises, no matter what they be, whether applied to promises to pay or to other promises made. The sooner each individual realizes that his word i? bis bond, the higher will he rise in the estimation of his fellow citizens. He becomes identified with one of the greatest commendations that can be bestowed on tha in- that he is a man of his word. Mtlifnctton Ilio school win to thorn til. If aBwdod practical Itiitructton In the Industry, funning, mid no fanning community can be better thin the who comprim It. Mr. I-onjman In responding said that It wm exactly 'nine months to (ho day ho had ,'lrst vlnited Raymond. H was mowing and thero was mm! and everybody seemed to be happy. Tho-y ohuweil the dime altitude towards Iho Ho de- clared the staff keemy felt its re- sponsibility to the pupils anil to the district mill that theyappreciated tlu> anil will shown thorn as to tho I by the people o'" I'aymond. Ho was methods to bo pmnlnyixl in very proud of the first term attend- Ciermany to disarm her civil guardi ance, aiul hoped that better Is all that remains to b-1 urrauju'd Of- j conditions would result in an oven twcen the British and French gov-1 larger attendance next year, ernments, says the Excelsior which I quotes an "important diplomatic per- Wants Undertaking That Police and Military Forces. Not Bound Together PARIS, 8.- nu'iit.-: arc declared to be in accord as; to tlio absolute "necessity ing an -.executive or the German agreement to bring about dis- armament-. Reports from the intor-iillied control Raymond Right Choke Hlsliop Evans proposed the toast to the ladies in a very flattering speech, and then Hon. Duncan Marshall pro- Posed the toasi to the town of Ray ItL Ul.lIUUUl- i j i j ,_ 1....1 i ___ inuti ii ii is iiliiJUSSlyia tO i t iii i rri 1 11 i dispose of the bonds under the exist- as Well as to the largest Of things. Take away the .COn- government would' give ing guarantee. It had been generally believed by the. trustees, as. well as all those who had been Intimately con- through the regular chanuels. Th trustees can now go- to the Govern- ment and tell them that the limited guarantee provided at the last session of the Ljcisiature is net sufficient to induce dealers to bid for the bonds. Premier Stewart can also go to his supporters and to the Legislature with fidence which the fulfilling to the letter. the obligation which a promise implies, and you destroy the social and economic fabric. The lack of serious thought given to the i importance of keeping a promise destroys the confidence that bond dealers would not lender lor i roe J the bonds unless there was a'more' U1 tne individual. complete guarante? from the- A promise made should be regarded as a sacred obli- ince. it is weii. however, that iiio gation.'and it should never be made if by any chance there ,le" "f a possibility that it may not be able to be fulfilled. There is nothing more irresponsible than the promise glibly given, with no particular concern taken whether it is ful- filled or not. The keeping of a promise instils trust in the indi- vidual who so observes it. The cultivation of the spirit of living up to our obligation, given in the spoken or writ- nil o unu iu LUC i .eyiajiiLijro witu i i P 'i A the proof that the existing guarantee Iten word, means an asset in the building up of character, is not sufficient, has a strong There'are certain obligations which we owe our fellow Tgument tn advance for a complete men. There are certain obligations we owe the State and irder tiwt j the community with which, we have dealings. There are certain obligations we owe such.institutions, as the nuii. uwuci IUKL'U. IL is to tje nopecii i i_ i -i i mi that this h tha course'that the prU- cnurch to which These are so many promises which have to be redeemed. In their pbser-vaHce they stitute the well-regulated life of the individual "My word is my is a motto which each jndi- vi'dual should take unto himself and herself seriously. In the proper appreciation of it thefe will' be something in is the meaning of sincerity, and we shall be spared that hypocrisy which tends to make us lose faith in-mankind'. To the young, particularly, the keeping pf a promise means a great deal. It brings them up in the sensing of what observing a promise means. In this example, greatly counts. As much as the depends on meeting its obligations, so does the credit of the individual depend on the way he observes, in spirit and in; act, the fulfilling of a promise in the small as well as In the large things of Jife. bciREotfer1 in o honds may be sold tioii undertaken. It ier will follow. If he does i gation problem in this province will be solved, and encouragement will ba offered to tlio people to remain upon the land, with a practical; certainty that v.'h'i-.rever irrigation is potsibfe it It is to', the advantage of "Irrigation development that it should be estab- lished early in the movement that to finance construction of new systems a .more substantial guarantee shonld be placed behind tho hoods. Oace a guarantee is agreed upon that is satisfactory to investors we need have no fear about a steady ex- tension of the benefits of irrigation to the districts where it is most needed. It is not likely that any announce- reit will be made until the Legisla- ture meets, as to the policy the Al- 1 n- Covernment will pursue, but the assimilate me complicated document. At least this appears to popu- lar opinion. The proper auditing of the. city's ac- Keralu is hopeful that the Government! counts'13 a very Important matter, and w.'H the matter to the satisfac- tion of the people, We EtiU believe "Oiaf ihj Provincial would be well warranted ii arorcac'jb.s; the -federal Govern-1 once afjain and finally, with a replies; far financial co-operation in irrigation' 'iiudortakings in this province. the audit, as presented, may be, and no doubt is, in the nature of a com- plete aqd scientific showing for the purpose of satisfying the banks and financia.l houses with which the city Is wont to do business. It Is, there- fore, .so far as regards a simplifica- tion whicii will bring it. before .the public in an understandable forhvnot With, tlie''osjierlencc of the tethi much the business of the city audi- 1 Northern bonds in the market, c.r a situation' lias been reached in. rerp.rd to' irrigation de- thij ?art of the Prov- tor' as of the city council. city council might well consid- er the annual report of the President of the Board of Trade, and endeavor to proceed ii; to give a word picture of the city's in the experi-1 annual standing, as ct.'niled from the n their present form ;hr't the sole responsi- aurlit. The city circle charts are of great use in this way, and it would now rests with] be well if the Commissioners amongst Albor.a in the power themselves could devise a scheme it haa hi make th? bonds of such a presentation of the annual audit on cannot fail to be something after the same pattern. It character I hat attractive to vould-be purchasers. Tb livo up to this responsibility, in all that irrigation EH nns to them, is whit is not an easy thing for the city audi- tor to present what appears a limpla thins for him to understand in the iho people of Soa'.horn Alberta will way it might be rendered by a layman, look to'iii thy Alberta Government, i Such an attempt might prove disas- Yvith tlie Ooverar.iF.nt lies the decision j trous to the city's credit. It becomes as to whether irrigation development; a matter, therefore, more for the coun- can proceed or not. The destiny 'of oil than tha city auditor. this part'of the Province, as it relates to future stability and prosperity, in the hands of tiie Government. It remains that it should sense this in If thero is anybody asleep at the switch at the present time it Is the Weather Man. the relation in which it ia accepted that a Government stands to its peo- ple. As we have observed, the irriga- tioniats of the Lethbridge Northern have done their best to dispose of the Quebec does not seem Inclined to Do You Know? TOPAY'S QUESTIONS i. t. 87, whom and when; wai north magnetic pole discovered the 2. When was St. John's Island re- named Prince Edward Island? 3. What. is. the total estimated value of the fisheries of 4. What Is the' higheit town in the, world? B. When arid ny whom was. the' south fj. What Is an amphitheatre? FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS t- Where is there a historic mural commemorative of the Fathers of Confederation? 2. In what year did Jerusalem fall into the hands of the Turks? 3. What was the name proposed for Canada before the word "Domin- ion" was adopted? 4. What is Jesuit porcelain? H. When was the Hoyal Proclama- tion issued of the lormation of tho Dominion. 6. What ia the only metal which is liquid at common temperatures? I mond. He knew no mistake had been made in choosing Raymond ur, location of tlie sciiool and now lie was more convinced of it than ever. Hon. -Mr. McLean had come to him one day and said. "Well, Duncan, I guoss we'll put that school Lt Ray- mond" and that settled it; and it seemed to have been settled right. The attendance the first term was the most encouraging report he had yet had. Generally they were'pleased if I 25 to 50 pupils resnnndad at first. The (From Our Own Correspondent) Jan. frosty weather of the- past few days, hast idven the chance to niaku PICKED UP IN PASSING V 0 It T H H BUSY MAN ill J. W. S. Corley, crown attorney for the city of Toronto, nan.renlgned. I I Rev. .1. Morrow has elected the Curline Itlnk. Th'i first Medicine. Hat Agrl. came was played on Thursday, Jan- j cuiturai gocioty. nary IHh and every afternoon and ev- __ oninK the roariii' same will continue, until the warm strikes the rink. Willie Tanner, te.l years old, Ardenvillo district, are tlie latest to enter rhe race of v.'ho will semi the moat to the hospital fund. Their en- tertainment and dance on New Year's eve or 1920 and 1921 party w.u; a jrraud success and the treasurer oC the gen- drowned in the Itiver Speed at ton. John of tlie oldest weav- ers In'Gitiilph, was found dead ia'hii room Now Year's night.. the treasury Kmen-ron O'Neill, well known plo- i neer, Alaskan and Yukorier. died at lie canto to Jimeait in destroyed. CALIFORNIA WANTS NO TRUCK WITH JAPS SACRAMENTO, Cal. Jan. California senate adopted today 2 to 0, a resolution requesting the na- tional government to agree with no treaty with: Japan that would nullify the state's anti-alien laud law or that would grant the right of citizenship to Japanese. (Continued from front page.) ANSWERS. 1. Tn the old Legislative Council Chamber, Provincial Building, Char- lottetown, P. E. I. It is reproduced from, .a photograph of the meeting held in Sept. 1, 1804. 2. 151T, 0. Kingdom of Canada, 4. A name given to Japanese por- celain of the sixteenth century, which the Jesuits had caused to be decorat- way he will endeavor to interest people in what is being done to better farming methods. Hon. Duncan Slarshall said he was going to see to it. that the farm had the best in livestock. Percheron hors- ea. Polled Angus and Ayrshire cattle, and sheep will be the basic stock on the place, and with plenty of fodder such as ..can he raised, on irrigated land tWre isn't 'much doubt about the results. Pleased With Attendance Jtr. Marshall, as .well as the premier and Hon.; iff.'. McLean feel highly gratified o'vor'the' manner in which the. pepple south of Lethbridge have responded to the opportunity.of- fered'hy scnool fpr_ the instruc- tion of 'farm 'boys and girls in better methods of doing farm work, both i'a- side and outside the house. "It is the best initial class we have had at any school of said Hon. Mr. Marshall, "much.' hetter than we ex- pected. Generally 25 to 40 is a good first term Raymond school attendance beats some of the older institutions right how." At the pree- eut time OId> is leading all the schools In attendance with 1S2. Claresholm has about 80, but of course the estab- lishment of the Raymond school haa cut into the Claresholm attendance to a considerable degree, There was no speaking at the after- noon program. The visitors poked around enquiring into everything, the way the machine shop Js laid out, the dozen forges, which will be doubled in ;n.umber shortly, tools used in the carpenter shop, how the barns, are laid out and all the other things' interesting to the mehi" while the lad- ies took special notice of the equip- ment of 'the -domestic .fcilence, kitchen indMhe sewing room, S; The Binqint And the banquet-at-4fe" o'clock was a for one number of speeches, the them all and the splendid aervlee provided' by the domestic science girls aided by their instructors and a number of the ladies of the town who worked untir- .make their part of the affair a- success, Mayor DeVoe Wool! was toastmaster and kept things moving after the good by-.ton girl students in white, with white caps bordered in'red bauds, had disappeared as if by'magic. During the banquet the students' orchestra, led by Mr. Bonn, one of t-je school instructors, showed what an organisa- tion just three could do. They were aided by Either students who furnished vocal anB Instrumental music which had a highly inpreciattve audience. ,jC The mayor himself''proposed the toast-to declaring that the day had marie history in the town of. Raymond to which the peopla of the town would in future, look back upou with pride. It which the people would rcmeraljier.iu remem- bering the men who, as ijnders, of the government, had had th9 foresight to larger attendance at Raymond he at-i the teachers are new to tho tricuted to tho enthusiasm of the: scholars, bnt all look for good re- people of the town for the institution, turns. In the public school, only two and their enthusiasm had spread teachers made their bow to the good effect among their farmer scholars. The number of scholars is friends. greater than at any time in the past, Jas. E. Meeks in reply said thero showing that the population is Increas- seemed to be general appreciation and ing. satisfaction all around. Ka had work-1 j, TV. McDonald, K.C.. crown pros- for 15 years for such an institution lecutor, attended the preliminary hear- somewhore along the line and he was Of tho murder case at Blairmore, era! hospital has received the amount.; whic'i aids iu making deposits much larger. C. W. V. A. held a imind up on Wed, Da'wson City, uesday night, January A "ISM. and Dannon live years later. lifc'ht dinner wi.s served, after which terward he bought a fine home in a good program was given by tho Spokane, bnt returned to the Yukoa members and at the close-nominations a year ago., for tho various oiiices for T921 were. :akea. Many of the old.officers were named, and a list of new' names were added. Elections will be held the end of January. Public and High Schools opened on Kiiay, January 4th. in the High satisfied with tho result. He pointed also to the fact that Raymond is be- coming quite an educational centre. where the prisoner was committed for trial, at the next Supreme Court in Macleod. are now 26 teachers and about I James Young and family, eipect to 600 pupils in the town, which was a leave in a week for Lethbridsre. to pretty good record for a town of .ts size, On the whole the opening and ban- which point he has been transferred; by the Hudson's Bay Co. Mr. Young has been with the company for a quot was highly satisfactory and the i number of years. They have both good will engendered ia bound to been good workers in the Methodist! work for enthusiastic support in the Uhurch in Macleod, Mrs. Young, espec-' future. The school is Southern Al- ially as one of the leading voices in i berta's, and Principal Longman is the choir, from which she will be y anxious that the farmers visit, greatly missed. On ecially In the summer when the the choir met at the esp crops are growing T.ental work can be seen. It is the only-school in the province located in irrigation district, and fpr that reason it is going to attract a great deal of attention. The school and arm are both away to a good start and the staff are determined that the uture record will be In keeping with .he 'record established the first year if the institution's history. Monday evening i Young home, and; and the experi- spent a-pleasant evening, before leav-j ing they presented Mrs. Young with: choice china as a remembrance from i Macleod. i If the cold weather continues, the i hockey boys expect to begin practice j on Saturday. School boys and girls report good skating on the river. J. V. Huiss, Inspector of the Bank of Montreal, is visiting Macleod. RECORDS FOR AIL MACHINES No matter you have, so long as you use ;L steel or fibre needle, tha Victor Records will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOG FREE If you haven't a machine, buy a Mason Risch from us. Easy payments if desired. ncn LIHITED Balmoral Block "The Horns of the Vlctrola" ANGLICAN bonds, and it now rests Government. with the SIMPLIFYING THE CITY AUDIT In Its dealre to simplify the city audit as published, the city council is on a wise endeavor. There is not a .doubt that the present form of the published audit is a great deal too complex for the ordinary individual to take In and to understand. As an audit in itself it may be all that a proper form of auditing should'fur- bish, but If, in publishing tho report, .the council intends that the electors iv ft should be given the oppor- tunity nf being edified as to the city'n finucli DtaAdiBf. is nothing to jUBtify tie in the fact that. cannot easily minister to a. thirsty continent. This IE an invitation to the thirsty to coma to Quebec. and Christian emblems. It Is rare. 5. May 22, 18G7. C. Mercury. It is well said that to assume that tilings are black is to keep them black. The optimistic spirit that helped to win the war ia as much needed today to win tlie fruits ot victory. Somebody said In reference tot ho TORONTO AFTER THE TICKERS' CONVENTION TORONTO, -Ian. divis- ion No. 42 of the Commercial Tele- graphers' Union of America, at a I portnnity St. Auguitln'i Church, cor. 8th Avis. and 11th St. Rev, Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 2128th St. S. Telephone 140; Communion in Chapel. 10 Bible Class. 11 and Litany. 3 School. 7.30 THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. T. D. Jones, Pastor 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1669 Choir Leader, Mrs. F, jackson 10 Dept. of the Sunday School in the flail. Sunday Morning, 11.00. Subject: "God's Gentle Demand." 2 and Primary de- partments of the Sunday School in the Hall. 2 Dept.. of the Sunday School in the Church. People's Bible Class in the Hall. 7.30 p.m. Kvcuing Service. Subject: "God's Stern Command." establish an institution in the district. The school of agriculture CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Sunday School, 12.10 a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed. at 8 p.m. would help to make the world better Reading Room open daily from' 3 to for those coming after so that they present form of civic government that meeting general executive board of the union lecuulrtl DUdru ul tile UI11O11 It is not wise to swap horses while to take a referendum of the question crossing a stream." That may be, but of the annual convention being held it Is well to find out whether the new in next August instead of in Atlanta, Ga., as decided at the last -ml convention. ..A message to this packhorse can negotiate the stream (1, .u :l" IMIVBIlllOTl. message IO U11S hater than the old one. That is just effect was forwarded to BOSBOO John- what tho electors want the committee son, the International president. Bo- appointed to go into the matter of '.he rate of exchange the Can- managerial form of government to lulllln think it wuulil M tell them after they have gone over, the union If "ttJeftlnWd aVwell the now animal to see that it Is sound1 a'i those In Canada to meet this year in -wired nnd limb and free from ring- thl! wuntt'y and the hope la ox- booe pressed that (Ui may brought could live more and live better. What the Premier Sild Premier Stewart In replying voic- ed the appreciation of himself and his ministers for the many kind words which had been.eaid about, the schools. For himself he was enthus- iastic about the institution and tboso like it throughout thef province and they, had warm sympathy and sup- port... lie envied, he said, men and women who hid such an op- portunity to lit thsmseivlSB .for their life1 work, hoped tjiey ivould go their homes in the district and by1 their Influence prove ah .inspira- tion, to those about them. He thought perhaps, that in some respects we.ure trying days to our educa- tion --cxpectins young 17 to know 113 much as HO were cted to 'know hut in this endeavor, referring to the schools of agriculture, lie didn't think there was ilny overdoing edutfotioh, it was a useful, and practical purpose 'n.'the community and making, for a brighter 0, H. Snow better nationhood. e 'tout to fource of 6 p.m. LETHBRIDGE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 518 7th Street South John McAllster Sunday, 11 Service. Sunday, 3 School. Sunday, 7.30 Ser- vice. Tuesday, S meotins Wednesday, 8 Sttiriv. Friday, 8 People's meet- Ing. Saturday, 8 ASSOCIATED DiBLE STUCENTS .418 6th St. South. Susdayo, p.rr..; Eiblc Study. Sundays, p.m.: Bible Study. Wednesdays, p.m.: Bible study, followed by praise, prayer nnd It-E- lf mony nneting. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St. S, Rev. E. Cragg, B.D., Pastor Ernest F. Layton, and Choirleader. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Cerntr 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. A. H. Dencon, Mirjster. 11 Worship, ject, "Music, and Its Message." 7.30 Service, ject, "The Trail of Life." Special preacher, both morning and evening, the Rev. W. A. Smith, H.D., of Calgary, President of Conference. The special musical service for Sun- day will include the following: Morning: as the Hart" Mrs. H. H. Johnston, L.A.B. Slave's Dream" (Doay- Mr. Horace Reynolds, leader of St. Paul's Presbyterian church choir, Calfcary. Anthem "Te Poum Laudamus" (C. Vithers Organ Do Joie" (Hail- in C" (Bap- Evening Service: With Me" Mrs. H. H. Johnston. the Gate of the Tem- ple" Mr. Horace Rey- nolds. Divine Light" (Allit- Mrc. Johnston and Mr. Reyn- olds. Will Sim; of Thy Pow- er" (Arthur Organ Selections: Madoi'ne" (Saint (Theo Du- Postlude "Improviasion" (Sulli- Recilal (close of Evening Service) "O Sar.ctissinm" (Fr. "Reverie" (Sir John "Intermezzo" "Offortorie in F" 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath School. Sub- 11 a.m.: Morning service. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Sub-! Class. .11 a.-m.: Morning service. 2 p.m.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 p.m.': Evening service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenua and 9th Street Rev. F. W. Dafoe, Minister Mr. B, Jonei, Director of Choir BETHANY HALt 205 13th Street North Sunday Meetings Worship and Breaking of Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evangelistic Service at p. m. Ood'n Way of Salvation Proclaimed. Everybody welcome. NOTICE Church notices should he Ail Wolcotr.e. No Collection. All publications of Society may now he obtained locally, Including "Finished __ hamlfid in the evening before day of publication Insertion. to insure WHAT WE STAND FOK Evangelical Ministry, Regenerate Membership, rteligluus Liberty, Christian Equality and thority. Morning Worship at 11. Snbject: "The Lamb and the "Book." Sunday School and Bible Class at 12.15. Sunday School in the 5th Ave. N. church at 3 p.m. Evening Service at 7.30. Subject: "Burning the Bridges in the Rear." Everybody welcome. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 3rd Ave, and Stb St. Jos. J. Franklyn, Pastor. SERVfCIEH School. and Lord's Supper. Sermon Subject: "balteside Lessons 1.01." 6.30 Society. Service. Address on "Tho Unanswerable Question." Reserve Tuesday. February Sth, for Lantern Lecture on "New by the pustor. 4 SALVATION ARMY We believe all men may be saved. Sunday 'Meetings 11 meeting. 2 People's company clasa. 3 meeting. 7.30 for Souls. Week Nluht p.m. Monday P. workers in Tuesday practice. Wednesday mcetlni' Thur4lny' -iilisht-.-Salvation nuMt- Ing. Band attendance. Friday cadet class Saturday meeting Adjutant Hardy and Lieut. Eiiu' commanding ;