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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE MF.TULD SATURDAY. JANUARY 11, Ubc Xetbbriboe Ifoeralb Hlberta WEEKLY and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 Slrtek South, LetHtrldja W. Buchanan President and Manama; Director John Torrance Business Utatger TELEPHONES Business Office 1152 Editorial 1224 Member Audit of Clrculillons. Subscription Ratfrs; Dally, delivered, per weels.......15 Bally, cteiiTered, per year ......J-.50 Daily, maU, per year ......Sfi-00 Weefely, by mail, per year ......Jl-W by mall per yeir to U.S.. Dates bt expiry ol subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label Accept- ance of papers after 'expiration date Is our authority to continue the sub- ADOPTING THE LiQHT RAILWAY IN ENGLAND In its reconstruclloa plats Great Js soitg to use the llyht rail- to tring the rural parts closer to tran-'poria.fon facilhles, The.TBl- ae ol the light railway has been re- vealed during the war. A means of transportation tbat was In feed- iat; gaas and iroops vitb" material, un- kder, that peace cm- EOI know, should noi be I now.' Tbose ivbo hare raail- ficatious of the light railway are about Its usefulness Ic -cop- Ing .-witii tie demands of peace times. Imagine one ol roads hftUlInR produce from the section ot tbc Coal- dale district farthest away from the C.P.R. direct to tta C.P.R. ttatloni at Lethtridge or CoaMala and ytfu can realize the great service the reilTay he to the tanners. Such a tEll- iraycoiildba built rerr cheaply sad U necessary along the eiifettnt countrj' roads. Tha country sast ,ol Milk River and east ol Coutta far irom a railroad. It Is to Jink sections a iray and enable the fanners to', sst '-their near- ''est. station ,at minimum'.ot cost. In ami eannoi think that the Can- adian government wouii tafce such a ccuree. But if, as the dispatches there ebouM an International food conuxiSston uaxt yaar distribute suppUes ot vorM, and it the tor pryduciiou ie so gmv, as U IcdicatftJ, whit the fliipht do would be to fix a minimum pries for Canidiin whest That price mlyht J1.6i> a bushel. TLea te: taw ot siipplj1 oetnand decide thcr It chould remain at tbat price ur not vrith a ip.-orld crop iess ;hau mal xi4 price iatga; at prtsent (Igurts or KO higher. to (U an price for Canadian wheat considerably ioTrer than that -R-tlch hai (iswi tor U. S. crop would mlgh'.y poor bcilness. Moat believe, vro'jld ratiiGr thair chances la the open market than to bow to a decisloQ. The eastern pteti is not at all syin- pathettc to A ttxed price anvthlns like j at hfeh tha present tlied price. It j consldera such action would glvioj ths (armei undue adrantfige, thlnlinf, or course, thtt dap- ing -war the Bdvanmje ot a fixed price -rorked against the lanner la timt the price of wheat would have been J3 or more, a bushel during a greater part the time whereas It waa (lied tt There are- tvro sides to the price-fixing argument. eiGKED UP IN .SSlNfr .1 Brand Much 1'raise for on Hospital Scheme Jan. 17 The "net together" spirit is quite ia order. We are sura it will clear the atmosphere and resist in-lasling good all rouiid. FraDt is the new presi- dent of the Alberta of La- bor. Mr, Vttieatley is radical, but he has a proper conception of labor He Is not ol the Jw 1W> fop whlch federation lhcmid ba TABES. Jan. Joe'Lacker, oE the Boston Clothiers, lett ou nesday lor 'a ,trip to Montreal and oilier eastern points. Curling I The match tha curKng rink be-! tween the president's and deal's rinks resulted in an overivheliu-1 Ing defeat tor former j Tuesday evening >vas spent in; electing skips and framiug up rinks' for ths Cup competition. Fourteen rinXs were i the outcome, all alter the gold] cufi links. The question now is, who; is hoodooing ihe weather. Is U thai sheepmen, the Virion government or I the man who is always taking the joy] out ot lifet i The quarterly ooaimuniou service in Knoi church will be held on Sun- day morning at the .11 o'cluufc sen-ice, and the annual congregational busi- ness meeting on Thursday, January 16, at S p.m. j Xell Love, au oM-iiiuer ot Duuwlch Cat., ij flead. A leeomiiieudai'.oii lia? been uii'le that iho tiiniue ohmit cleiii- Ing up a cltj, hut n-hon coufftractiTe is nsfeftd for to accorii- pany tho cleaning up'process li a TOid. The result generally that elesnlflg op In one cltr meana more mussing tip ol other cKy and the wsntry (ant aar farther ahead. In dealing irilh. thlj qaaatlon it thonlti he oonslflered from a itandpotnt rather than merely from the slatxJoolirt of any one nrrlctrtturfl: R. B. Minlaterof ftdncatlon; H. A. Fisnur. Secretary of tha ministry of mu- nitions, which Is to become }r tbs miolstry of Food controllftr: o. H. EobflrtB, of ahfpplng: sir J, P. Mc- of labor: Sir Robert Sfdrnexm rrrfnittor for -penslona: Sir L Worth tng ton-Bran s. Mtnlstef of serrke and constnictlon: Sir Auckland Chancellor of tha duchy of Barl of Crawford. Attorne-yXfeneral; Sir Gordon'He- wart SolIcltor-jfflnerM: Ernest tocSr." Albert Itltai- wdrtfa. I'aymaster-gcnerat: Sir- J, Mother Hunter, her mini'steriog gels and the dear doctors. Ob, yes, Mr. Ratepayers, be careful how you vote on January 17. You may have on your a white elephant worse, a second Rochester that will keep you saving all your enlarging it to meet the continual mauds. Before it is too late stipu- 31 in 1917 and 37 In 131S. Representative clergymen and lay- men of 14 Protestant denominations in the L'. S. will hold "a national chain of 10 inspirational conferences" pre- paratory to the inLerchurch emergen- cy campaign "to for after-war emergency needs. late for a staff of sour, pie-faced j nurses and dolt doctors. Tnit will' Leon Trotzfcy. who, according to pat the kibosh on expansion. j dispatches, has'made lilmselt Bert Sinclair surprised his vik dictator of holds a claim friends recently by sending them an for for alleged arrears of wages nlfred Robinson. Mra. Sinclair was Chancellor of tha ojchemier: Aus- ten Chamberlain. tt'esl'rn Canada 'Will he vlsllecl n -July by Sotisa'g band under the per- dlrecllin of John Phillip Sousa. announcement ot hts nmrriags nt the Canadian Pacific railway Jannary 1 In Wnnipeg to Miss at Montreal. -Trotiiy once worked in for several years a teacher in the Taber school, resigning her position there in June, 1917. She will he wel- the freight sheds of the road and loll without notice. Dr. Percy Talbot, provincial vetcr- corned back to Taber by. her. many linarian, that the influenza re- friends. v ------a AlWa Tubba, afctt -watchman' White Ash mine, li still figuring, out bjijh from a murder- ous bludgeon or a'swish from ;ari an- gel's pinloi'i that him.out of the window on Christmas Eva aa he was Manning tha heavens and listen- tns for the sons divine. However, he sax ebrs ud hears npoa his head the marks Ihe. midnight visitant The postponed Christmas Sunday school treat of St. Theodore's church was hela tha Oddfellows', hall on Jsjurary S, at 7 p.m., oft most' successfully The hall was UsWftiHr decorated for tiia occasion. Over 100 children, were present. Group were the first feature of the evening's entertainmenl, and these were in charge of Miss Jen-old, Miss Hesketh Mr. Then followed a short program consisting of a solo by Kathleen McCarty, a reading by Mary Hamman and a solo by Miss Hesketh. Mrs. Craig presided al Ihe organ dnrlng the evening. The main JsBUcd. The ported in horses has no connection with the Spanish influenza that has been epidebilcjiatnong humans. The that'_lhV horses had is the same been in among them itast Iitteen years and h not communicable to humans. Statistics '-issufed covering western Canadian immigration from the Unit- ed States In 19IS, show sharp declines oxer figures cf the previous year. Last year persona crossed the border, with amounting to 914, and effects lo tha value of 05X026, and -were handled frhrough the! Winnipeg irnralgyatlon" olllce. Iu thebordcr, with is 5.09 9, and effects valued st- cover the five Western prorinces, Canadian coins to the value ot were Issued by the Ottawa branch of tiie Hoval Mint during iha year Just Coins to the value of J215.QQO for'iS'ewfoiindlatul, com- prising silver pieces, vrerc al-l Best Rod A KITCHEN SECRET that receives the appreciation of aH healthful and easy to digest. Has a food vaJue far exceed- ing steak or eggs. "Squirrel" Brand Peanut Butter fairry melts in your mouth. Use it for sandwkshes, filling, fudge, salad, croquettes, or in cakes, cookies or VAKOOCYBR, B.a KTJT CWMPWT LDmtD DEVELOPING COMMUNITY SPIRIT are talking a great deal these days about (ho coming fraternity of nations, the peace of manWnd, th'a final brotherhood cf man. We are be- ginning to regard the world aa one community. Yet as I gaze upon1 the problem of InternatiODBlfsm and world-wMe com- fiiunity life, I am reminded of the fact that the community spirit cannot Iriuinph in humanity as a wholo until St triumphs in the locality where each-man lives. In other words, the ivcr'd we really wish to see can only come through the association of com- munities that have learned the mean- ing of community life. And what'Is this? It Is the. art "of 'living to- gether. We liave not as yet acquired this art. Within the life of every nation there are divisions and sections, rival Interests ana contending factions. an essential to the welfare of a people aa work, and when folk hare played together they will all the more readlly work and think together. .The pro- viding of -wholesome recreation oaght lo be just -as much a community func- tion as the raising of taxes. In every township and village thero is the which Is conitnon'jirop. crty. This be Labor IB arrayed against capital. Atrl- cuIUire watches vrlth suspicion manu- trtacturo, special privilege flghta demo- cracy, anfi while the old aristocracies are pasting-a. new a'rjslocracy found- ed upon weallh seeks to suppress tho rising tills of people. N'ovr the great temptation to which we are all p'rono Is that of thinking 1 according to.the nature of our.occu- pation. Tho farmer thinks In't'erms (xeitre of the of grain, cattle, Ihoiild.ho thq home of fun. -with an the. 'QcrMlauEKler.anfl 'antl culture.- The merchant'.in -ternis should ;iinite.jij'.dcveloji- Ms. merefcandlBc and through', trade. Thfs fa all vepvwell as far.asht should 'aiso'hp the 'cducaiiotial 'only for'children, ;biu 'adujts. ;_Thc .'older should get Jnc habit ot assembling there lo Itslt-n tp lectures ami tha-'day." If the ibt.big; e.'tough, uu niimjr .mo. true meaning.of-Ihe con: social KIo, amuse- spirit, wfilch 'li "Each lor all, raent and recreation in the name'of "V the Tillage or Ipwh.' }i "just DH. )i9rtACB WESTWOOD, ereot of the program was tae.enlry ol Santa Claut, Trho, after proluse- ly apolOKfzinj [or delaj- due to the 'flu and an accMcnt to his aeroplane. dlBtribuled the contents of his pack to the ot the school. Thc RUT. p. Taylor, tht rector, acted as chairman ot the gathering. The annual business meeting ot the Women's, Guild ol St. Themlortfs church will be held in the parlor ol the Palace hotel on Thursday, Januarj- 16, at 3.30 p.m. lira. C. E. Furman, who lias been on a .Tlslt to Minneapolis, returned hdme on January 8. Red Cross The officers of the Reil Cross So- ciety met on Thursday evening ;at.the lied Cross rooms. 11 was decided to open tho rooms each for the purpose ot giving out work ami to retmest' the" ditferent units io meet In private homes tor the rest of the winter In the prosecution ot their worir. Several boxes tit goods ,were prepared for shipment, add an order lor supplies made out. A mMUng. was held on-Thnrsday in the Miners' hal'l In Ihe Interest of- the municipal hospital campaign, which was well attended, and at which country and town got closer together on tho scheme. The dotorror! poll On the municipal hospital scheme will be held on .Ian- Kit. Taber schools have been ninnini; now for a wcelr, and not a case ot 'fin resnitlng. the atten'lanc'e almost como back lo normal. lias On Saturday afternoon. January f. -Mrs. E. R, victory entertained the (eacnors of tha Tader schools at hor home. Mr. and Mrs. Then. Mcljrtn and family [eft on Friday they purpose mak- ing tiieir home -In the falure, TJiey have heen resident fn Taher tnt a number of years ami will he missed by their man? friends; Tlie Miners' Hand is out with the announcement ol a first-class condert In the Hei TheMro Wtintsday, Jan- uary 25lh. Scottish dancing ts one of the features on thfl program. band Is a credit to Tahtr and merits the support ol every citizen. The conflnucd fine weather may lie Canadian pieces coined during ___ was 30.501.-ltS, and tbs tola! number ot coitia of all fcindG was 32.1G7.423. During the year l.-lto.MO shilling blanks produced and shipped lo the Hoyal Mint at London. Although nn official statement has yet lieen made, it is understood that the British warship Howl, now ncnrinE completion, will be Ihe largest fight- ing vessel in the world. She Is S'J4 feet long anrl carry eight guns. Tier hull is fitted with an outer cushion, which torpedoes and mines v.-iil explode harmlessly. She Is expected to make a speed of at least 40 miles an liour. The will cost three and three quarter million pounds sterling. It is slated that three oTljer battle rjrulsurs of the same type are being built. jake for the farmers around, but it is curViiling, the output of mines.In ft ,ljs .tee cream }hal -ppopje .cliasltis'aftef these. n'ot crfah-r.Already in'aTiy-rmcn have' Veen Inrefr.days a wjiek, '-The for th'f'nett six mdritns li glooni. Wmt Is (lie .governnitlrit going 'to do-for thp liecniit .them for Slneria or up soup kltcrtens? We masterly Let us have- a Btateamanilke pollny In re- Kard lo our minos. Oovernmont own- crehip or Ennietbiue. else that vilil ensure the miner '.it'iMsl. 10 months" steady work in [tio.'yefir. ANGLICAN St. CyprTan-s Church Cor. Street antf Sth Ave. South Rev. Canon W. V. McMdlen, B A. Aector Morning Prayer. 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer, 7.30 o'clock. Holy Communion 1st 3rd and 5th Sundays, 8 a.m., 2nd and -ith at 11 o'clock service. Sunday School, 3.00 p.m. ST. AUQUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. r. ,2nd Ave. and etree.t South OajnoiCJ.'f. rVlii'rrell-Wrfaht, M.A., 7.30 p.m. CHRlSTlApr An oiganltt uccllent has been eel to assist eve- rvke In ,Kfibi, church. Agricultural Society 1' W. A. poVlcoiis liaS 1 as l Society1; ciiOu Eifciaf Bhapley, s. n. WlWhester; Jv, CJ. Dlckson. Dr. K. T, Wrutlake, n. >l. nc'clr, L. liolman.'S. M.irdn, IV. aell. K. T. Hoss, Kowler; auditor, li. J'. Munro. CHfttSTIAN'SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull a. Sunaay Service at 1! .Subjecl: "SacramtiTl." '-V Bunday School convenes'al the close of tho 'Sunday morning service. Wednesday EvcnlnQ, lestluoay raou .Ing Bt f p.m. reading room 1s open dill? or- ctift Sundays and legal holidays, from 3 to 5 p.m. Here, flible nr.d author Izcd Cbrlstlan SricncQ literature be reid. or purchased. The public It cordlnlly Invited lo tt tend the. church services, to iVlilt the rcadlnf room, METHODIST. Wtslej; Church Rev. Chas. E. Gragg, B. Paalor. nesldence 3iO Ills St. S. Phones: Parionaoe 404, Church Study 408 CTaude Hughes. Mus. Director 1J.OO a.m.: Union Prayer Sen-tecs, lee- by Ilev. H. I.. Stephens, 11 a.m'.: Morning worship. Mrs. Steph- ens will speak. 12 nodn: Bible. School' and Bfolo ClasEcs. Every and hoy is urg- ed to be present. Mr. Stephens will speak. 3 p.m.: Jlnss meeting (or men anil women. Subject: "Cementlna Chris- tianity." Evening Service. Subject: "Records." Illustrated by n record on a VIclrola. THE UNITKD CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE JSALVATION 'Adj. and Mri. Hamilton, ;efTjcer elm'. 2.00 p.m.: nig Brothers' Bible. Class. 2.45; Other Departments of Sunday School. 4 pjn.. Chinese CUftt. BAPTIST; First Tiaptiit Churcfi Corner 9th Ave, and 3rd Ave. ft. Rev. F. W. Dafoe, B.A., Services at 1! a.m. The Sunday, School and Pastor's Bible class will mcel in followlns thaso services. At 7.00. Union Servlco In Hia Wesley Wo aro eipectlng you at al) Ujfcie services. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLV 203 Thirteenth 81. N. Rev. C. M. Neve, pjjtor Rtt. 294 Ave. A. Services will be held at tht Pentecost.- al Assembly at usual at 11 o'c'locfe. Afternoon nnd cvfrilnK tarvlcea'wlll ,bo lidlil In (ho.afternTon.and even. Ing al Wesley church in conjunction with Ihe union Ber. -vlcta being held (here, One ot tho Stephen's Bvangeltst jia'rly will preacli tomorrow me .fjORT.H, LETHERIDGE HALL HMti Elh Ave. N. Uaptlst Church) Speaker: .Tohn Iiac, 707 13lh St. ,V Sunday School S.< p.m. iunflay evening at 7.30, Oospol Ad- ilrcss. Welcomft ;