Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THK UmiBIUrXJE DAILY HEBAO3, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1920 feeraft glberta M1LY AMD WttKLY UTTHiRIMK HIBALO COMPANY, L1MITCD m airMt W. A. Bmtmin PrMUut ud MuatlOf TILCCHONW OftiM I Office Alrilt of ClreuKtlMW DaUr, dellTcrrd, per Ilallj, dcUvwed. per ye.ir by mail, by'mall. per year hy juall, per year lo U.S. I C.O U of eiplrr of MU on Inbel. at papers after eiplration U ow authority to continue lu tie of nation-wldo cam- (o make the work out what in Intended to do. With all that ,une awning cirrios, at foil to U- Nit, too great an importance finnot e '.o a caupalcn. The skould otttoaul, a TlKuu, a municipal oee, with out ted out effort to the sit- aud to give are. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuller. pent the New Year wilh friends. Mr. H. left on SEturday for he West to be gone a ot nonths. Miss K. Maton arrived on Saturday rom Ulhbrldfe where she epent tts loltday with parents. Mr. Boucher. returned on Sunday ujruitig harfns (pent a pleasant holl day In .Medicine Hat.: Mr. lieo. a. velerah, Is now aslstlng at the: pbiloit'ce. a visitor week. School opeied with .'Jan. 6th for work. VISIT! SISIER, Man From; Washington Found in at Mountain Hap- penings IKrom rvjr Own CAKDSTON, Jan. Asil Ray. born, Slortjiick. Wash., was lound 5M MIil _r of Mr. C. V. Welman, of Mountain View. Ho was visiting his sister and weut to bed In his usual health. As he did not.got up at the usual time the went to his room iind discovered that during the night ho bail quietly PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN The Arrow Likes are reported free !n the future the administration of tht of ice. I English speaVmg schools will be illrely in the- hands of thej English pupils are nlteniling (lie PUD- [speaking, trustees, who aow nimfcer with.aU tWX.tUrcaay away. Dr. StackpooL dJ.Osrds- iojne.ot not WM uearl. 7 t v i was uuu i" yet but ihe'.ktaderjMrlen class has Iiilure as tne cause. The lu'heral ser- lio schools of Calgary. The Reglna Trading Co. will build a store in tho spring. during 1919 In Quebeo CMty tolalled Uanollne is 15 cents a gallon a( Diienoa Aires. President-' Wilson Issued IS par- dons to convicts at Christmas. Resignations among Chicago school tenchcrs "last 'year loiatled 450. According lo a church survey, Wey- turn's population is "i five, wllh Rev. Ko'.Ser Cornell their head. All tlie slrlkinj separate school to return to The appoIntmeBl, at the suggestion of '.Mayor Drown, ot fifteen representa- tive citizens as a committee to con- sult wyh and advise the city coun- cil on matters of taxation pro- bably tho outstanding feature of the first meeting of Medtoine' list's 1328 council, Besides General Wood, Governor Lowden and Senator.Harding la the race for the Republican iioislnatioa at Chicago, some sU olher uimes shoald he says ei-PresIdent Taft in aa article. There are three candi- all the time. JjVk.v 91 YEAR'QLO CITIZEN the touring autos will pass be I to drag the put them THE ENERGY OF THE ATOM Under. the. above caption the Tor- onto (Kobe draws attention to a cable despatch from London describ- ing the ''boiling down" of a large Quantity of radio-active material to produce five grammes of. actual rad- ium MJt, M bigblr powered i! had (o be kept In a lead sato weighing one acd one half tons, 'in bulk li; was ouly a heaped It was worth 'nearly' Public interest in raalo-activity, says the Globe, has been heightened by Sir Oliver Lcdge'e picturesque description ot atomic energy. In the December issue of Engineering, the British technical Journal, he says la :Uie 'The' in- i "cintlre in this direction makes the lonr doubly WSconle; Iri the benefits, directly and indirectly, It provides. There is also tie advertisement which the moving plctoMS ot the tour will give. All things cause efforts to cooper- locally to make the tour a snc- one highly' praiseworthy and are two concealed stores of ol Atom and-that ot the Ether.. The energy >'of' the Bther eiceeds' the tounds of imagination and is at pre's- ent utterly beyond reach; but the energy of the Atom it not hopelessly gates from the U.K.A. to the coming U.V.A. convention hovo not heen ap- pointed. Mrs. W. Schonert and Mrs. McGregor are Ihe delegates from the U.RW.A. A Lady Speaker On Sunday morning nt the United church, Mrs. A Burner, Calgary, es- presldenl of the Women's. Mjeslouary Society addressed those present at Sunday school. Mrs., Darner has a pleasant manner, and made her talk interesting to appeal was not Just for foreign mission work but she made clear that no matter how little the thing.was that needed do- Ing it was just aa worthy, a work as the larger things. She surely .believes tho saying In "whatsoever thy hand flndeth to it." In the evening again Mrs. Earner took charge of the service and impressed on the minds of those present that leaders are need- ed. All-through Ihe work there is lack of those to go ahead In Sunday school work and church work of all kinds and she made a strong appca' for leaders to como to the help o: solo "Crossing thij ._ was greatly enjoyed. A Splendid Concert The concert-In SL Andrew's church on Friday evening, Jan. 3rd was :tfrom Our Own CorresronaenO STIRI'IN'C, Jan. Christmas holi- days now being over school has com- menced. Uaa 'only bten tour teachers In the school for somo time, but live were needed and the trustees have put in .nnother which will help the out greatly, A farewell parly was given Mr. Adler Monday evening, n large crowd was In It was held at the home of W; T. Orfen. Mr. Adler has been In the Stirling ward for eleven years and he Is now at' the Bge of 91. He is leaving for Utah Wednesday where he will live with his daughter. T. Ogden is go Ing with htm. arid will spend a month with his relatives before returning. Improving1 ug'-for Miim., to consult Dra. Mayo. She Lion suffering or somo time from goitre and as she ecently had a very severe attack H lastened licr intended visit. Mr. Vio.Wynder, of is In own at his sister's. Mrs. Scott (Hind- nan, suffering, from some, growth on STIRLING lor of LiadM? Baptist churca. I their campaign on 'that -v, V --a ..'MEsuft. The.co are Senator Johnson. California-. Senalor Pointater. of Washington, and Senator Borah, of municipality, died at Eden, Man. its neck. Although the best doctors lave been consulted none seem to un- derstand the. trouble arid are unable :o renuer.any assistance. some assistance Is forthcoming 11 will be m possible for him lo survive any great length of time. Mr. Wynder has a inrge'farm near Cardston and Is en- gaged in stock-raising on n large scale. Mr. R. D; Skinkle, of Mountain View, purchased from the McKcnzIe Bros., ot entire slock of coyote skins, consisting of seventy- five. A: these furs have heen held so. To quote: "All, atoms- posse9> energy, but by J5r. Gprdon: Howden 'in the Canadian Rockies aa asset which has nov been made the inoH become radium, adiutn Is a temporary half-way house tween nnnluir. and tend; ._ itlve, but not so fiercely active as me of the intermediate substances hich last so short a time that.they irely''have names, .They destroy .emselves by their own activity, and onsequently aro very a opulatlon wilh a high death-rate, adium' is of moderate activity; .its fellrhc Is. of the order; a. thousand cars, whereas the lifetime of_sbme f tlie intermediate substances may o. measured in weeks or even min tes.: -Yetr'they are real elements ;Ith a place in the series, and they avo definite spectra and chemical ronerlles." Sir Oliver nAAs that It is not by ny means their whole energy that itoms thus Is tho energy hey expend and get rid of, Ihelr wasle energy, that Is perceived. The Is not the bursting of a gun, but merely the firing of a shot, ex- cept that In the atomic case the shot part of the gun. The energy re- tained is far more than tho energy expended. -When Its active trans- formations have ceased and left It In stable state, like lead or gold, or wo aro-not lo suppose that be- cause It is quiescent It has no "tore ot Internal energy. Cordite looks Inrmlnjs enough, and so It is until a Eiiiinbie sllmulu.3 is applierl. Tlifa Is an Interesting elaboration of'Sir Oliver's assertion lhat thero is enough energy in onc'atoru to, blow tbo submerged German fleet Iii 5capn Flow to tho top of the highest moun- tain In Scotland. We can, under the clrciinntanees, readily entertain the Ulobr.'s hope that if science, finds a of releasing atomic energy'to Ihe ulraosl, the discoverers will be frlendo of huamntuv great success.-., -A. selection, by the Glee Club, consisting of; Hey. V. M Gilbert Bull; mandolins jYank Grund with piccolo and Clyfcrt Still was well re colved. Then chorus, "Thi Scout was sung by al the troop. Hev. A. B. Ricnards o Medicine Hat and bla two able assist ants who accompanied him entertain ed the audience by throwing picture on the screen. The 'first picture were those taken by Hev. A. D Rich ard3 and certainly the clearness p them show plainly that tho Gentleman !s a splendid photographe Among' the pictures shown were First camp of Washington boys a Scona Island, the Scouts leavin Washington Ave. church at Hani The broken wheel at Tllley, Rev. A.] Richards had Ihe misfortune to brea the wheel of his auto on .his way Bane with Scouts; Scouts at Calgarj is Camp fit' Banff; Canyor Mr. Willlanr. Nelson who has a lhjs retuvn tor twenty dollars, he must have paid- a very nice sum for thorn.' Dr. Pickup received a hurry-up call flora across the.line yesterday, but on Hamilton, Ont., press'meni wbo'vere on strike, have returned to work. Victor Berger, socialist congress- man. elect from Wisconsin was escort- ed out of Jersey City; by the police. Sir EilmunS Barton, former premier of Australia, died at Sydney, New South on Sunday. San, Francisco and -Los 'Angeles are linked with a paved highway of 32 miles. W. VnnVleck ofMontclalr, N.J., died, leaving A five inillion dollars estate but no will. Milwaukee women joined the boy- cott on foodstuffs, anil forced butter down 6 cents.. Idaho. It should be said in to the laltcr that he has declared In favor of Mr. but he is sug- gested co often as a-candidate him- self that he must-be mentioned. oken foot is how. home from the ill hospital' and is getting along very ell. Mrs. W. li. Spackriian Is very 111. Jlrs. Alice Pierson. Is leaving for ritish .Columbia' soon .where she will eet her husband 'who. has been work- misfortune .to.hrcak up tterfi for.t month or so. There as been several boys'froni town who avc gone to .'find, work. Trapping eeius to this winter Iso. There from here, ho have been. for some time ut- returned for Christmas, but are ow preparing forjane-ther trip. llr. R. G., Hardy taj a ew home and -will coon bb enjoying ts comfort. They -thought they could ave it flnyibcd .before Chi-istmas, but he cpld A big Avill be- helcl Vidy- Pth-in hall. Stirling's wn.inuslc, whlfli is[ ijiano and drums. down and ivas obliged to be towed to town by a Grand Garage driver. Mr. and Mrs. H. Hasmusscn, of Magrath, are in town looking for a pleco of.properly. It he is successful-In finding a place to .his liking he ei- pects lo make his future residence n the Temple'City.. While here Ihey re guests of' Mr. and Mrs. J.' M. Coombs.. ;Strictly year, dance.) ent. Messrs. B. Sisson and G. Clever arranged for. Ihe lunch which was of a high order. Final arrangements were'made for th? club library, which be in working order'during; the week. Jlui nnfl W. Groves and Don Mc- returned to Clarcsliolm on Monday after thct vacation. Misses Beaub'er arid G.'. Wood- bull rSiiirned lo Normal on Sunday, after having spent, their vac'atUw at their homes. Magistrate. Atkinson of Timmlns, said he would Bend all llllcil liquor makers to'.Jail hereafter. Mrs, .Eiiza.Brcwker., aged' 101, died at Belleville, :whert. she had lived for halt a Frank Norfojk connty, was sentenced: to .one.-year in Burwash for stealing Superintendent" Of-' tVo C.P.R., states ...that a safely- block systom will he. installed between Milton and Giielph about The bi-lingna! troiiblo, wWch for seventeen years, hag praclically. dis- rupled.the separate school Ottawa, and which has faced; the schools with dangerous bankruptcy, is now to JUI- Intents, arid .purposes at nri end, as far as'.tie English, sup- liortera. of are "concerned YOUNG PEOPLE'S CLUB MAKE PRESENTATION Correspondent) CHAMProN, Jan, Friday eve ning ttio 2nd, JMr. and Mrs. L.M. Groves entertained the members of the People's club home, when a most onjoyablc evening was spent: Beaidca the Young a number of Uie people ot dlatrict'Wera presenL After iirogram of music, dancing was enjoyed .by Us devotees until lunch was ordered after ALLIED DOCUMENT SENT TO I Buy Your Victor J (HIS MASTER'S VOICE) Records HERE Julck Bcrvlce, cpnrteous clerks. ind all the catalog to choose V MASON RI8CH. VICTROLA PAHLOR8 jRensember the.big-saving you on Red Seal Records lyer last year's prlues. Ask'us to let you hear some.. VICTROUAS ON EASY -i Block HMIM ef HOME, Jan. today on. the memorandum.reported to have been handed last month to Foreign Minister Scaloa. hy Premiers Lloyd George and Clcmenceau on the Ad- riatic nuestlons, Ihe Corrie re-Hal lav to- day declares that the .memorandum, while hot-ail very t grave document coming from; the''Al- lied Nations to a nation 'bound 'to which it was resumed until midnight, them by a solemn pact." The merripr- ifv_ i't....i.. nndum, the newspaper, asserts, hail for Its object, the closing of one period of negotiations'and the opening of a new one, and recalls to the new Ital- The thanks of the club was express- ed by Misses V. Maynard and IT. Bcaubier to the .host and hostess, and in reply Mrs. Groves expressed her pleasure in having the young people about .her. During tho evening Mrs. M. Moffatt, on behalf of the club pres- ented Mr. and Mrs. Cook with presents cut ulass vase and a pair of drlv- Tunnel; Mts. Sulphur and as a token of their 9 hoys on -top of Cascade; Scouts being entertained at dinner In Brooks on return trip; Scouls al Washington Ave. church on return. The one who was responsible lor nov. -A. D. Richards slandinK on church sleps. Then followed another selection by the Glee Club after which "Hoffman's Life of Christ" -was shown Iho not apptar to have been any Interest mner-'lhn scats they will It Is lo the knife with the seit- Icts of Ontario, as declar- ed by the Orlt caucus In Toronto. It Is up to these .Ministers now In tholr turn io show their grit in capturing screen. The concert was brought lo a close by audience singing "Onward Christian Boy Scouts Entertain The local cxecullvff of Boy Scouts association entertained llov..A. Richards and -his assistants also the officers the local troop, Troop Lead- er Nevors, Palrol Leaders SUM, GrunO and Schonert, nt the Queen's Cafe after tiie concert and'all spent an en joyablo time. One or.tslamllng feat urc of tho'speeches made was the cheery view taken hy the speakers- loo early In Ihe year for one groiicher to be ont. The Boy Scouts now havo n (lie, Club but few members yet but ha'vi olher prospective members. Th local Scout executive met on Monday ,7an, fjth. The Boy Scouts mot las n IK lil. Miss Dorothy Doran, teacher Carnegie school last term, left Jnn 2'ntl for Etlnvonlon to altcnd Norma school, Mr. and Mrs. Twcedle, Maleb, wer gucsls til Mr, ami Mrs. Howden Year's day. Mr. iiml Mrs. T; Gibson atijl childrc were guests nt the home of Mr, an Mrs. 1'rowse Bow Island on ?Jc Years. Mr. and Mrs. A. Muck were Bo Island visitors last Friday. .1. O. Orunlad, Mnleh. was n bgsl: ness visitor In town last Friday., Mf. and Mrs. J. Shearer returntd from MapTe (3rcek Friday spent a pleasant holiday with trrtlf soa, sMr.'.-P. Shearer and hls.Jfotnllj: 'at thai pl.itc, iJtev. A. nibhards was a guest o[ Kcv. V. M.