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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F. C. S. GLAD TO SBE YOU iACK the frantic protests u( ourj numerous rewLers we broke uway for u IwlMar-feAvimc the coly- um In charge ql (ho Office Dot. O, yes, every newspaper office has Hi WolV you know how it IA fellows, Bull got a lino on Maple Creek ihorlly affer our departure. copy. On our return we found ,Iiul! huniped-up over tho Hem- itigton hammering off Ibis N'ctv Year's effusion: "A Trail .With a Tale." (With no apologies to Mason.) There's a long, long trail awlndiux lo Iho depot and at No. n starts whistling and rumbles into fellows start lo travel as eager as. can say to wale- Iho passenger's and see- what they CAB gee, it's funny busintws, 1 openly all DicX. Toro and Harry do Is watch for their when Ihey gels the pack- ages in lieu of hard-earned peats it back to town in baste alone the long, long trail. do you mafco l Mai- cross? till. ROTARY It ii reported that Dr. Cook and Prof. Porta are going to fly to the North Pole. They'll need "a cloud of iillnesses." '.'WAYSIDE PHILOSOPHY N'eglect your morning shavo and you are'certain to meet everybody you ever knew. Where, O where la the old-time merchant that used to throw In pair of suspenders with a new sui' of clollics "Laugh and grow fat" is the only open to ordinary folk. The animals in Noah's Ark were veiy peaceful- creatures besido the ones In the "Red Ark" which recent ]y set sail from Now York -for Europe 1920 Is your chance, girls. before you Leap." No use to tell a woman to watch step. Tho artful -men do that fo: OH BOY! man called whilo you wer out, sir. Ho said he wanted t tUrash you. what did you Bay? Paid I was sorry you wer out, Lookout. A new agricultural journal Has ap pearod called. tn'e Poultry Adviser Hope H' advises the hens (.o la oftener, AT THE G. W. V. CLUB First due for anothe CQS attack Feb. IT, I see. Second that? l-'irst legislature open (ben. SOME With wartime restrictions on liqn off, Lloydmlust'er has ones mo! sprung lavor as a resident- town.'Half of this town is in Alber In Saskatchewan. All mode: conveniences everything. f.'oal slrikc's'seem not to affect tl sunjily of hot air. The fabled hen that laid'the goldi osgs 'nothing on the prcsent-di farni-yard variety. He'Profits Most MoSer- vts Best Tt followlu hi an eilrtct froiu the dms ot RoUrian Or. Henry Sin- llo, preildent of the University rt ashinxton given at the receut Na )ual Conference on character edu It; It can only reach e youth of the country, it caanot ach this jreat adult community im- orted In Into our free untriei. Rlrtt now It becomes our atloti, If ire. to mnt the ISM of maintaining our democracies re to able to make then Derate, to embark' upon aereral po- The tint Is Boclal policy, 'e moat rwtrlct Immigration long lough tor us to catcb up with eglecled problem. "It is, however, better to pay more r food and clothing tfcan It Is to lecper food and clothing and no gor- fit to-Hie under. J' would ot deny thei of our co'untry the oppressed ot the earth, but they y It Is a problem of social psycho- gy. I remember that. Mr. Stefans once iald that what Is true In degree ot: men and women is (ten tn a loir degree ot the nlmal kingdom. He was speaking ol he Ume reindeer and thoir wild cou na, aii'd be iald they could assimilate bout ten per cent, bul if the wild oualns put into the herd went over en per cent., they tenucd to make the ame ones wild. The problem-ot socla sslmllatlon )s something 'lixe that f you take into your midst a. fanatiea eople, a fanatical leadership, narrow nlnded, unappreclative of you readtb ,-of your fairness, you wouli nd that their iniistent ertorl, (lay tier day, hour after hour, while you re attending to more important bus! ess, would-tend to be a destructiy gency. The.second policy we must pursu- s likewise a social.policy. If we brtni tcople into. our lands, then it he omes our obligation to see to'it tha ome ot their aspirations for deini ratlc setf-achleremont, whether i Canada or United States, slia ave a chance to achieved. On nly guarantee to men is foe guaran ee of equality of oniiOrtunlty, "I am not so "sure bnt there is arger business at-hand than that merely, providing good housing an contact with TO eas neighbors Indicate Sil'a'great "deal ot tha opporluru' of boys and girle unfortunately born s denied to tiem became their par- ents have, not a definite standard of he chances that they ought to bare, and I believe tiat part' o! our educx- lioaal program aibuld .call -for tha raining of and women for father- hood, and for m'otbernood according to the Democratic conception.: Parents frequently exploit tlielr own children just la keenly as tie employing man- agement. The blame is not merely be put In oue ulaco because it Is fashion to blame In that direction. we are Interested in the background influence ot family life pan It could take dlffeivut groupB of e will call one group another roup and the third nationality roup the same and with same aremge umber of chiluren, you should find hat group "B" would stay In Khool wlce as long as group "A." and group "C" would stay in school twice as long rrs-jn "H." because the deepened of the parents behind hose children enabled tbem to make icriticM In -order (hat education -Ight be a real opportunity. Our roblem there Is more than social, it educatloual problem, to train men and women for the uigh liro Ion ot family life. The third Important thins that ught lo bo done once we have ex- autted these efforts, wheu' America nd Canada have.done their full part to men by optatag their Is to lay to them: "You are prlrllwed under our con Illation to all the op- rortunlttaa which wa o'ftr, but, my >ndi, and Canada you, aid can now lay In full that our part Is performed, you hare your part to per- form, and you cannot preach destruc- tion ut our jtiuocaratlc Instltutloni. We propOM to ioak< Canada fife for Canadiana, aate for Am- But we cannot lake that stand In full until hits immigration to catch up with prceesK of (oclal Msituila- tlon, until have done our duty through education and a tane social policy for tho Immigrants who come amongst Then we bare tho right to put put of this country, and cat of my country, .these Kho refuie to be assimilated, and to play the name under the rules. "Those arc the product of cen- turies of British lacriilce. with Ameri- can and Canadian, evolution placed upon top In tho last stages. You can- not take the blood-won privileges ot democratic life from your ancestors, who liave sacrificed all for tbsrn. and (Ire not'ataf to' the next Then ii a tendency today, too great a to UYO la the moment, and not furfll your membership In the nation and tho race. No journey 1a itablllMd point from whlcb you hire t-cme and the point at which you now arc will give you a etibHzied line far-off star; no nation can go upon 4ts path upward toward a better dvllliatkm unless its line o! development In terms ot principles and methods Is itabillied by tbe pro- jection ot historic tradition. That historic tradition projects lUaif in terms ot principles which mutt re- main inviolate, and among the Anglo- Saxon principles which must remain Inrlolato Is the principle ot play, the square deal, and mutual and hu- maoo consideration." CANADIANS MENTIONED IONDOX, Jin. Press mentioned today for valuable services ure: J. W. Boyle, G. G. Blackstocfc, C. C. S. Hirbottla and T. A. Hlara. (Bj- Cansdlia IVIre) OTTAWA. Jan. fine costs imposed by Police Magistrate Askwlth on the Canadian ExpreGS company on December IS last for im- porting liquor through the province of Ontario consigned to Quebec province, was this morning quashed by Judge Gunn in the court house after lawyers on both eldcs bad argued for two hours. The name of tho country club to which the worth o! champagne and sautemes were consigned was not once mentioned In court by any ot tbe lawyers or Judge. There was rather a happy unanimity about the case. Crown Attorney Rit- chie said frankly that ho was placed in .er aa embarrassing position. I was his duly to prosecute this cast -md ha the inference that con ictlon ot tha magistrate not bas cd on good legal grounds. Sonio time ago a Montreal firn shipped a consignment ot wines ad 'Iri-sseil to the country club, near Hull, in iao province of Quebec" Tho liquor was carried to Ottawa b! the express company, where It wa; seized by Ihe local authorities on (hi ground that it was belne transported Into a dry province. SUGAR SITUATION AT WINNIPEt WINNIPEG, Jan. EUga- nent (o impossible to get and the vance of granulated sugar ot 2 l-2i a pound by eastern .refineries, jirlco jumped here today from H l-Z lo a pound. All other grades advanced In prc portion. Tbe wholesale price to loca retailers IB 15 l-2c a pound of gratiu listed sugar in A Complete Line of Neilson's Chocolates The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Prices SOc to HIGH FINANCE In Austria a suit ot clothes cos a' lint '130-ami a pair of boo }125. What 'must it cost lo cloti woman? The Denver preacher who lias om ployed a jazz band to play at his ser- viccn must belong to lhat school of theology that considers it a sin to liavo music In the church. WHATCHA COIN' TO DO? The Chicago -Women's Fftlr Trice Commission slogan reads To market, to market To buy a fat Pie; Jlotno agAlri, home again, Prices too big. And in spito of the good wife's de- sire to save, here's the 15 No-pig and no fowl; sitrypys out a growl. You know the story about people %ho live la glass houses. Winston Churchill recently told British lapor. K uotlt to an sumo iho responsibilities of govern- Wi'rmlon'fl ability nlong that lino is none'too'securely cstnlillshcd. THE SUCCESS FAMILY The father of Success Work. Tlio of Success Is Ambition Tho olilcsl, son Is Common Sense. Sonio ot tho'boys nre Perserverance, Honesty, Thoroughness, Foresight nml Co-operation. oldest daitghior is Character. Sorno of her sisters are Cheerful ness, Jjorilty, Courtesy, Care, Eton emy, Sincerity and Harmony, The Laby Ig Opportunity, Ucl acquainted wllh tho "old man And you will be aMo to get along lirctly well "vrith-the -rest ot the Photo-Playwright. VETERANS IN BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE JANUARY. 1, Goodbye, Old -Year, we've trarellci well together Those twelve months wo've fought our In clear and clotidy weather, But part we muet it Welcorao, New Tear, Na Child o ProtnlBO born! Luny In limb, bouyanl, trm; Eyes Ht with the fires of Brow writ irllh golden Opporlunllr Queen Wllholmlna of the Notfier Is a great lover of ftowcrs An< takes delight in walehlnj (ho develop nienl o( plants wlifch she hns act wll onit hands. This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer Furnish- Att Kindt of Ceneitt Work. E edFree. Kt 8EVINTH PHOM; GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 327 llth STREET SOUTH PHONE 1692 PHONE 73J ROBERT SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies' and Men's Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING 815 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH T. ROTHWELL WITK- ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F. MILES) Fine Shoe Makers nw! T. FOURTH AVENUE SOOTH, LETHBRIDGE. ALTA, PHONE 1717 VETERANS' TRANSFER (GEO. GREGORY, PROP.) LIGHT, HEAVY DRAYING FURNITURE REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 1st Ave. North Letntndge. Phohe 646 C. SELLENS Builder, Contractor and. Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 1663 Mr. Returned Man, Are You A Member of the G.W.V.A. W. PERKINS WITH HUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 405 Fifth Street South, City Lethbridge Auto Top Depot G. T, BLOUNT, Prop. WJthss his customers a Happy and Prosperous New Year; again thaoWrig all his old and new customers for their patronage which they have given mo Bines returning Iron) tho front. G. T, BLUNT Don't forgot tho Herald office. ;