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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 11, 1921 THE LETHBRIDOE DAIt.Y Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture Into Cash By Using the lliscellaiieoo; for Sale PAGE THRES Leadership is the Big Problem' many others specially interested in Dealt is Taught Our Own Correspondent.) CAKDSTON', Jan. night closed the six-day institute ot the Al- berta Stake and Advisory Committee. This has been the big- gest convention ever held in. Card- ston, the aggregate attendance for the six days, tor tho two sessions a day, heing over There wero Hi separate sessions of the -institute, oC three hours to the wiih an average attendance of over 250 social workers at each session. There were 16 separate communities or towns represented, frum Calgary in Of course, the big man responsible for the success of the week's work was Pres. B. J. Woofl, of the Alberta Stake, but he was certainly backed up by many of the best educators in the district. Mrs. Annie D. Snow, Mrs. Armenia and Major H. B. Brown, being the three delegates to the big institute, held in Provo during; the month of last June, and the first two weeks of July, were the leaders of the move- ment, under Mr. Wood. The whole idea of Ihe institute was to give the prominences" due them.' training in leadership to the delegates Ter.v child welfare. Tsschsr Training This section was directed by Msjo Brown. Its purpoie wa> to give tb teachers In Sunday School) an various classes r-eaimuntty a bet ter working knowledge of the task which confronts tho average person li teaching when he has never had sial academic or normal traloini alone that line ot work. tins phase of the work met at tho j Lectures in this department were gym st every day of the past givcn bv moraber8 ot the Cardston week und were taught the very best Bchoor Mr Mr Wool, and and most graceful dances. These were Mr Wright, as well several othe introduced by Mr. Drown, and wero educatol.a is the Community, e.g.: Z obtained by him from Mrs. Oscar A. i w. Jacobs, lawyer and Edw. J. Wood Kirkham, of Salt Lake CityT who has Besides the above lectures on psy made a special survey of the dance choiogv, impre53ion am] eipres iiiiiis uf CniuuBO uim aim the etc the) other ot the big cities. Only the most were given practice work in up-to-date dances were taught and with a view to applying what hat these ip such a graceful, been given ,n thoM They manner that not ev.an a were thui! Drought face to face wtth at tho lure of tup dance halls could; the problem of organizing a lesson find objection'- to.them. The Virginia illustrating and supplementing it, ap reel, the fox trot, the one-step and the plj.in it to the ,lves ot th, class and Tilden waltz.- were danced with the every present was convinced proper standards in position, that rea, teacbing art etc Such positions as arms encircl- science and needed the nest habllltation of Jimiltes.- This de- the extreme north of the Stake to boy.. hoidSi and coniact of bodies were j Taylorville on the boundary line. held up to the delegates to be''what they really are, crude and cheap. Ease and grace and beauty of move- and needed the best It the young were to be talent in trained pro- The last evening of the institute, "J Friday, was a farewell gathering, ment were the characteristics obtain-: Over 700 present The ed, while muscle dancing, body quiver- featur6 the m in, or tb.6 familiar .wrestle dancing in commemoration of the Sacred VI- was really shown up in Its revolting 8lon of Joseph Smith, light. Games, hikes, camping trips, This was under the directlon 0, Mrs. scout activities, athletics (swimming Armenia Lee and was the finest art and skating, etc., were all discussed shown in for and programs outlined, while such in- long tim Th C08tume, ot lha ellectual amusement, a, story COB- praver children and the ,pringtime tests, dramatic readings, drama, de- Chlldr8n WCTe elcellent, The slnKlns from these 16 outside communities who had sent their beat leaders to Cardston to receive this information and training, which consisted of three general departments as follows 1. Social and this bating, public speaking were all given, t0D was very well given and appron- Ann ett.wu riate. In the grand prologue the en- semble of little children and the chor- us of the prayer children was very Charities and Relief Work This second department was under touching, while the tableau of the the direct charge of Mrs. Annie D.' prayer of faith was excellent. The Snow, one of Cardston's oldest and big choir section of the Tabernacle most respected residents, the the wife was wlth fioe and spruce trees department Mr. J. w. Low gave six of Mr. C. E. Snow, banker and flnan- represening the sacred grove and lectures on psychology as applied to i cial agent. The purpose in this the ancient prophet was seen childhood and adolescence. These lec-Uion was to study the fundamentals reading his Bible, as a key to the lures were perhaps the feature of this underlying family welfare work and wnole. Pageant. The effect of the de- 'section. Mr. Low exhibited a wonder-1 the modern methods of relief and're- coitions and the arrangement of the ful breadth and depth of knowledge of habitation of families. This de- was tne_ success of the entire children and their training, gathered partimiut was of the most practical Pageant, and the labors of the leader, undoubtedly during his 17 years as benefit. In that it insures- a system-, and ner Wlow workers are principal of the public school in Card-latic mothod of handling the relief ap- De commended. After the pageant ston. In his lectures he treated the peals in our communities and obviates tne meeting Became an occasion for child from the point ot view of useless giving to those who really expression of appreciation .to the ginal natures and individual differ-1 do not deserve and who only become leaders pr tne institute. Many new ences; instincts and emotions- percep- more pauperized by help, and the .peg- commendable speeches were made by tion and imagination: memory and 'act to those who really are in desti- various members ot the big congreg- thinking- moral and religious develop- tute circumstances and are too proud S'rls ln Sala clre3s mont; and lastly, cross-sections in i to call for help. But in addition to con- Placards printed with senti- child life and adolescence. All the I slderiug family welfare, this section ments. of appreciation, came in with information and experience he gave i also want deeply into the problems of each an armful of flowers and present- these subjects would have been i family income and expenditure, work- ed eacn the following leaders with valuable even as a lecture only, but ed out a household budget and. taught a rose, expressing an appropriate every day he save his classes somo-ithe best methods of household ac- sentiment as they .did so: Pres. Wood. to take home with thnm in a! counts so that such things may be Mrs; baow, Mrs. Lee Major Brown, practical way that will certainly taught the dependent family, with the e Tom Duce, Mr S. Williams, Mr. mean much to the child developme idea that when hel is withdrawn and J- PlckUP. Mr. Black- Surprise A Hera Want Ad. carries your mes- sage to the eyes of thousands of people everyday. When you want to engage gcod help use a Herald Want Ad To Sell, to Buy, or to Rent, a Herald Want Choose your tenants and get the the Hera.d Want Ad. way. No Safe man equa's he wide power of a Hei aid Want Ad. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS jjii, _ _, thD case of Grandma East- es' called for the Ogy. Sudl pi cial betterment, group action econ-' assist in decreasing the present in omics, health and 'Its problems re- creasing amount of 'undernourishment creation and social life, culture and among children as shown? by; recent the youngest baby in the cultural institutions, and educational investigations, and to prevent the to stand. It developed I that Mrs. life and institutions, were discussed false economy, due to t.hn H. C. L., I woolford, had her sii REPLIES! Replies have been received for the ing Box 131, 132, !3S, 147 OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LADIES Wo make switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches an oz. Salway Hair Fact'ory, Cardston, Altu. NEWS AND Heading is the greatest factor in edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News, liut be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. ARMSTRONG RAWOHTH OPTICIANS 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN LETHBRIDGE DENTIST DR. O. J. COURTIOK, Dentist, former-' ly of Lethbridso, has located at 679 Oranvillo St., Vancauver. B. C. Phone 3ey. 9300. Opposite Hud- sou's Bay Co. OSTEOPATHS; DR. J 15. OSTEOPATH1C PHYSICIAN. llt-18-20 Sherlock BUf. 10-13, 2-4. and kf. PR'VATE THE VAN HAARLEH Privat. 1221 7th 8.. 746. Accommodation for (IC4L uedlul maternity pv lienU. Private na ieml-privat> TOOHM. Rates 130.00. HHJ.Op and 131 I Wrilf rat nformatlDi to Mil M. a Van tendwt MJtlO M1S3 AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and College of Music, London, England. 100 pal cent lp.st year successful. MRS: W. H ol Piano and Thenrr. Pupil., prepared for the Toronto of Music eiama If desired. Annual Ing reclUL Studio. 1238 5th A." South CLEANERS AND PRESSERS F. H. W1LKINS SIGHT SPECUI.I9T 337 5th Sr. S. Opposite the Empress Fbons 1935 third division of this first tion consisted of a. seminar in leader- instructions on the organization of ship. This was conducted specially classes in each community to study a view to practicaitze tho In- hold management, followed by "as found out that she lna Krandmother of this, youneest baby in the house. formation obtained in the other two' leaders of the necessity of teaching divisions. 'Here definite steps were! individual families all such informa- such questions to'relieve the social In summing up the whole institute tuken in solving the recreation prob- i tion. leras of a small community. Drama- tics, games, musical programs, pag- eants, dancing were not only discuss- ed but demonstrated. Cardston's large school gymnasium here proved its value. The whole Institute and very practical and much apjre- _. one of the speakers from the door of the big. hall said that he had been one of the guarantors to. bring tauqua to Cardston .because ,he SENDING MONEY ABROAD If you wish to send money abroad, puifc chase a draft from the Canadian Bank of Commerce. It is the safest method and the cost is small. Should the money be required at once we shall be pleased to arrange the matter by cable. UA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE BRANCH-K. W. Rcikie. Manager. BANKING BY MAIL m of a SAVINGS X AOCOUNT is to save and accumulate a fund for unexpected opportunities and for use in time of need. Have you some money put by for immediate use in caw you meet with adversity Those living in districts without the services of a local bank can do their banking: by mail just as safely and conveniently as though done in person. m for oar bookltt "Banking by MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA 1884, Central Officu miptcialfy handlt fcmMl, ocMsmta ty ntil- EDMONTON BRANCH, FRANK PIKE ;CAl.CARY BRANCH, H W NESB TT LETHliKIDCK BRANCH, n.j.' Others expressed the same opinion and went further by saying that some of the lectures were worth a ticket of Jo each, but that the whftle Institute had been free of charge, the one underlying idea in it all ''Service to others." now nursing a bruised arm and leg besides other effects. The damage to the machine is stated-to be about one hundred plunks The proprietor is In Vancou- ver at present. Skids on Ice at Taber With Bad Slight- ly Hurt NO EXCEPTION IN CASE CORK LORD MAYOR WASHINGTON, Jan. fuul to wfive the passport re- strictions Tn the of Daniel J. O'Callaghan, lord mayor gf Cork, who arrived from Ireland Int week as a stowaway with- out passport, was dteidtd upon today by the state department. Announcement was made that an opinion of the solicitor of the 'state department that there was no reason why an exception should be made in the of the lord mayor had been concurred in by Assistant Secretary of State Davis and the decision transmit, ted to Secretary of Labor Wilson. Play of Belleville was in stantly killed at the Canada Cement Co.'s plant. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Margaret E. Greenham, formerly of Havergal College, Toronto. 15-26 (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan. roads, in- duced by the colder weather follow-1 B. A.; ins the Chinook, were the cause of an accident occurring here today, which might have had serious consequences beyond those actually resulting, when the Ford car used as a delivery truck by Joe How, a prominent Chinese merchant turned turtle, on upper Main St., east of the Harris flonr mill A small truck body fills the place of the rear seat, and with thlg filled with furnace ashes, en route to the town nuisance ground, Charlie and Chow Wow, the former Joe's nephew, were travelling rapidly, when between the mill and the east railway crossing the car struck a bump of Ice, and spring, ing back, skidded on the slippery road. Charlie was driving, and at- tempted to turn the car quickly the other way, but as It tun.sd, the wheels struck another bumn, and the vesicle urned turtle. Luckily a side door had been left open, and Chow crawl- ed out, but his companion, entangled between steering gear and the ground was unable to do so. A driver of a coal wagon, hearing th? crash and 11s for help, ran to their asssllance he msn who hsd got frw being an. ible to lift the car. The combined trongth of the two men was aiifflc- nnt. however. the driver wna m- eased ftom Us position, CUINIARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonia.................___ Jan. 24 Saturriia Feb. 3 NEW Carmania. .Jan. 29 Vestrla... Jan. 29 Carmania..Mar. 8 Caronia ..Mar. 16 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Imperator. .Jan. 20 Aquitanla. .Feb. 3 Imperator..Feb. 17 Anuitanta.Feb. 26 NEW Saxonia... Jan. 22. Saxonia... Mar. 1 NEW CHERBOURG Albania (New) Feb. 8 PORTLAND, Cassandra.Feb. IS 'Saturnia. .Mar. 11 NEW (Via Mb. ville> Columbia..Feb. 15 Algeria... Mar. 5 NEW Pannoiiia'. .Jan. 18 Italia.....Feb. 1 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Saturnia ....................jan. 30 Full Information can he secuied from all agents, or company's 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. REUBEN C. PARRJ3 Suite 4, Acadia Block. 1616. 3rd Ave. S. SETTER WATCH ptPAisi OLD GOI D OXY-ACETYLENB WELDINO W. N. KUTIJ. Corner 1st Ave. Street. THE m French dry cleaning We an the oldest In city We nse genuine rrenrh rrstim. which COT- SITS tT.ery soot sad eliminates DOS- ilble Injury to garments, giving high class results Special attention to work. 124 Street South. Phone 1SU Collect and deliver LOO PRESSING, Rupalrlng and alterations well doni it reasonable prices. Wt (of and dellrer goods. 120 7Is St, South. Phone 1SS8. birreli itrslgbtened, g'ini reitock- gas work dor.e by gunsmith. locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light niehinerr repaired, lawn mowBrs D B. Uacdonald. Indiaa Motorcycle Agent Phonu 1CSS. CU> Btnek opposlu Heralil offlca. DVCOSIAT1N1 WKMJNOTOW tan sjul Kslsodtailng. sad Rim Wrtthm Estte.ro, Tts MUbllshx] Balntm is Res pbcmf 1701 L Decorating snj Tuwrtanimt IM on BtiotB. I, COPBLAND w R KEVT TUB Pyramid Deeoratlne Co Inter- ior decorating and paperhanglng a Satisfied customers our aim. "bone 1809. Ell 12th St Soath. 409 i Lctfbnflcs a Suecmlti rontrscfort tm Klectrical o PIANO TUNING 0. H KXPERT TUNEH- Plsrer-Piann nnd Organ Kopairer 10 years' factory experience Hn? Certllicate M T Assn.. England to the leadm niiBiciana of tbo city. llli (27 totr. Si S. BAILIFF'S SALE of for Tsxes given by MONARCH SCHOOL DISTRICT to me af.lnst H. 8. PEULETIER and to me dl- of H. 8. Pelletler nsmed In the said Distress Wsrrsnt, I hsve seized the following goods, namely: ONE GRIST MILL (Multum in Parvo) complete with Pulley, .nd Behing. ONE INTERNATIONAL 35 h.p. GASOLINE EN- GINE, 13 inch Grinder WHICH I EJtPOSK FOR SALE ON Friday, the 14tb Day of January, 1921 AT MONARCH MILL, MONARCH, ALIA. AT HOUR OF THREE P.M. DsUd Dsc. 27th, T. 1. SIMONS, Bailiff. Farmers In ntea of iny TRACTOK It will be to your tst to try US. We bnve