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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE UmiBRinQE DAILY HKRALD. tCbe letbbriboe Deralb Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 125 6th Street South, Lethbridge W. A- Buchanan President and Managios Director Jflhn Torrince Busimss Manage! TELEPHONES Builncu Office Editorial Office about VJs Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .15 Dally, delivered, per year .....7.59 Pally, by mall, per rear 5.00 Weekly, by mall, per year...... 1.50 by mall, per year to U.S. Dates of expiry or subscription ap- pear daily on at) drees libel. Accept- Wee of papers alter eiplratlan data cur authority tc con time tbe sub- initial rest of li or Victor tut he saw that there muM be a ions suuvgli'i >avr, too, that e: Ireland ohilmoii I'lster' as uupgrtil of Ireland. claim to IiHlepemlence must be grave- ]y (liJt'Hragfd fact that It was oppost1'] by a grt'iu section o( li-.-r own iicoplo. Hid I not think. IIP ashe-.t that I'lsttr iiilshi bo attracted by the ot eroat prosperity a Republic H plainly in Northoi isors a shrewd I've to the luaiii fhnuce and would glarlly CUT clear of Iho vast war debt, thai Pt-Ifiist was a very democratic place, atid might be disposed to have 1 with Monarchy, Hut ho was lathe- I tk'ally unaware of the prejudice 1224 (lies it in tho mind o? t'lster at eni that prosperity Es impassible wbero i Catholics rule, and t radically unaware of the idealism which attaches IHster- men to the whole British way of life ntuE thought." hav added lately and tho boya o> devctAping terrific pover. The dance iu tlie hall rt night the 15th. an unqualified Rjilfl Til Mr. liulfieltl, the Pat-Hie Coast InUi I ill RfniaXer. is ReUhig uf advertising now. Mauy yeoflc are strong- On Community Ideals for the Small Hanker Affairs favor of trvout, and as a test we crtn't lose standpoint. He on proofs thai (Kruju Giir Own VS'M'AX Jan. Vulcan Comir.unity Club got away to u good it ivas Commit? enough lo the services of Mr. AIM. Cal- hotiii. I.ilmirinti of the Calgary library. us sjii-aker at its opening banquet, which was held. In the banquet rooms of :'ie Oddfellows' hall here today, at 1.00 About sixty guests were pre-eni. and after the Divine bless" wii-t graciously inroXcd on the food and the success of the Club, by Mr. J. A. Lindsay, the guests sat down lo an excellent chicken dinner which prepared ami perved by Mr J. W Morton. After they had don? ample Justice to the food, Mr. M. L. Gordun the1 president of ihe Club, in a bosen words and comments 01 system does not coal from a finan- eonis to bo ho hits made the desert to blossom like u and been able to jar ihe reluctant rain loose Iroiu tho clouds that other- wipe would liavo tailed serenely over without taking any notice whatever of the parched earth find crops; nor the exasperating despair ot the inhabit- ant a. Mr. Harry Noel our genial hotel manager has decided tu leave the tiotei and 'lovote his entire to farming and looking after his other Interests. Mr. Roy Ferguson, former- ly manager of the Terwilllser Oraiu company, will lake over the running iho Imperial at the first of next month SINN FEIN AND IRELAND Sinn Fein Is not a new idealism in Ireland but Ihe old idealism under a new name, tt i? ;i product of nn idealism which U peculiarly Irish in its attachment to the Roman Catholic population of ilie island with its Gaelic seiittiLientalily us distinguished from the rugged Celtic sentiment ot tho Protestant north. It ap- pear Ibftt the source of the trouble iu Ireland Is greatly from the want a' understanding of the peculiar psy- chology ol Hinti Keiaism by constitut- ed authoiity denoted in the Govern- ment of Ireland. As a corollary the stumbling1 block to tuturt- aud settlement in Ireland lies in the faii- iirc'to exacily estimate the idealism for which Sinn Feinistn stands in judging the whole by the pan. The difficulty is added to in (hat this idealism has become such nn ob- session that it cannot sufficiently ap- preciate the idealism of Protestant Ulster. It is just this misunderstand- ing that blocks that national unity which makes bulf-goveniment in Ire- The peculiar constitution of the Lister uitDd is shown by tho ohsc-rva- tlon of the correspondent ot the Times when he remarks may reasonably ask the I'lstermcn to S---L their prejudices. U is a very difficult matter to ask them to re- linnulsa ideals which for and for :iims "millions of the. organi- zation, introduced the speaker wbo licKt audience in the Rrip of his ?terful address for over half an Lour. Mr. Calhoun, who Is Librarian of Library at Calgary, mid who or- and was president of the Vacant IjOt.s Garden CInb tiiero H H umber of years, and a veteran nf the great war, living served viitli the Siberian forces tli on arose amid a storm of applause and addressed the the whole Protestant community are ingrained into tho very bone." The correspondent askd tbe tjues- lion if tlio demand for ;i Republic, or the demand for complete separa- tion, is the expression of a conviction as deep-rooted as the Vlstorman'a attachment to the Hri'Jsh State. Here In? hits tue erux of tiio whole triab problem. The Irish priest, though held cniphaticAlly ibnt it was no bar- gaining figure but n flag which could no', with honor, ho hauled down, did not, however, exclude the possibility that partial measure might be accept- ed and worked; do Vnlera, he saul. ei ing. His subject "Coniuiun- ity Ideals for {ho little town." He dealt very nbly with the small town's problems of tbe a? compared had always left this door open. But if accepted, it would be only ed as a stepping-stone to final inde- pendence. In this stepping-stone, without looking to Its final objective, the Times' correspondent sees hope for Ireland, in that it may give, Ire- land a self-government which would appeal to tlie whole nation, in that it would have tn it not hi us of A com- promise as it is viewed by each rival friction. He says "The stepping-stone of a partial measure may lead to national which is far more important to Ire- land, far more essential tu her CARI7STOX, Jan. CarJ- ston school trustees met tind organiz- ed for 1920. Mr. C. Hurt, was re- appointed chairman, X. Tr.nner secretary and M. A. Coombs, manager of the gymnasium. The following committees were tip- pointed Works nml supplies, Fhtpps and Parrlsh; Staff, Mrs. Snow and firown; Gymnasium, Fairish ami Brown. At request of the board the .chers dis- cuss the Alliance league explained from their viewpoint. Tho trustees will soon call a meeting to consider Iho question. Mr. SmUhers, accountant of. the. Hank of Montreal, Canlaton is leaving for England nest week on a three months' holiday. Mr. Fnllerton, of Regina is taking his place. Mr Simlhers will bring h's wife, who is visiting friends in Yorkshire, back with him. They will make Carastoi their home when they return. The Red Cross met tost night a Tar more on the conciliatory attitude ot Ulster than on any scheme of Home -Rule-which may bo granted by Government of Great Britain, C C Ah Insight into the idealism of Sinn Foioism is given in tho views of a Jesuit priest in an interview he had with Ihe special correspondent in toud of tho London Timcy. This priest nitty well V.e -regarded typi- cal of his race and a representative of the views generally hold by Sinn Kolners. From the opinions he ex- pressed appear that the policy of Ihe Government of'Ireland has erred in regarding Sinn Fein as a whole by the actions of the assassins who, without doubt, are !n its ranks. Sinn Fein hay come to be regarded as a mere crimi- nal'conspiracy, if not a murder society, im thp real obstacle lo hfion The onlv ne Ire- am the lilstermen. for tliey-alone can offer the one sufficient inducem receiver] nmi Ihe Interest they had in his Jlr- Calllou" nmM a burst of Mr- J A-. -I-mdsa> then can ent lllrlt Mr- firm ol. Ho3j, Hosirth and Comorlh. The Saskatchewan government pro- POSM to advance a million to enable Elevator Co. to slaost double ils storage capacity it tbe Port Arthur terminals. A mill is being started at Uiclc- ow. Ont. Toronto correspondent that an Frederick Scales. 16 -rear old Ver- oa, QnL, lad, who turned a switch and era I led a train, ivlH spend tvo years a Reformatory. The horse "succumbs to an Intense- cold temperature sooner than any ther animal. Rev. Capt. G. Hlndtey, Kockwood. as accepted a call to Con- reguiional Church. The Dominion Steel Co. siient on construction iu Cape Irelon during 1913. An average of "completed" elephone conversations arc held lie- weeji ay. and Detroit every 5 Xorlon, Paul Nicholson and As nes Jeppsou In the big laugh play, "Suo Walked in Her Sleep" at the Majestic on Tuesday neiE. A man died at Oakland, Cal., from vearing an electric bathrobe. A dc- rect in the garment caused a short lircult, nnd electrocuted hlni.- arlo appoinllnf board censors (or the purpow ot pasting in posters, hand bills, cuti, nd periodical adnrtlajaf, tanien, lacs, photos, aad lobby dltpUrs In icture The chart? to ttl8 film uchaxe W ISO 4a4 to tlw htatrei each. All tw baton n the newspapers under penalty of from to flW. The Saakatchewaa wM naked to furnish legislation nt the creation of Irrigallon 'dlttricU n this province oa the local banetH aisetsment plan on a aoavwhat similar plan to that In operaiioo in Alberta. While the propoaal is made for general legldatlon which could be lut into operation In any part ot the province where runnist ii avail iible, the i preferred by of the fonthWMt eoreer where the aTerate rantall little short of crop reqnirementi and where a succession ot dry yean b.M hean, experienced. soTernment ed consideration. It was jlccicletl to 'hold a. public auction nt tho courtf Fibii'sG on Satur- day. Jan. 24 Mr. Grant Walters of Oyvendale !s seriously 111 with iilur-pneumonia. Dr. Stackpool is in nltendnnce. Hazel Austin returned from si week's visit In Calgary with friends. Undor the direction of the Ladies' Aid of Ihe Presbyterian churcli, a verandah Is being added to the Much rr-Mt is due the committee for tho taken in this work. Tht! Rfi.'. Ay 1 ward Is employing sonu1- momeiitK En teach- ng his chickens to lay eggs in the ceived many congratulations and the good wishes nf all present, Tlie j Master ,Pickup with the first of the A horse, harness and wagoo wfrre sold separately at auction In Potts hurg. The wagon brought the arness and the horse A measure requiring a person seek Ing a license to drive a motor vehicle In New Jersey to pass a psychologica icst Is being considered. New England farms, now compar- atively low In price, are attracting attention of men vho sold them a generation ago to acquire cheaper lands in the west. Despite the ruling that no live ani- mals shall sent by mall, an alli- gator inches long was found nearly frozen In a Christmas box ad- dressed to someone in Minneapolis. A compositor on a St. Paul paper, having' half an hour for lunch, phon- ed his financee, met her at the office of She Court Commissioner, was mar- ried, got his hindieuii, and returned lo work on time. A Savaunuo, Ga., tailor Tor making a single pair, or trousers, bul they were J30 inches around the waial, 120 about the seat, and 3C around the bottoms of the legs. Rev. G. K. D. Adanis, of Saskatoon has been asked to become pastor of Weyburn Methodist church. Rev. C "W. Brown, of Port Arthur, will suc- ceed Rev. Chas. Ecdlcott at Graco church, Saskatoon. Archibald jfnderson, a Man HOD a WE SELL THE VICTROLA Y OTJ should NOW, dis- If you detoy, jron'U appointed, u impossible to obtain, EASY TERMS it you tarent buy one oft w. Choose your Victor Mas- ter's voice) Hecoris time. We an imnlwae assortment on hand.. HMM winter. He presented his grand-son guests worts Mr, and -Mr.-'. Southard -Mr. and Mrs. -Mr. and Mrs. iK'titiiglir Mr. and .Mrs. Mowoa, Mr. and Junes, Mr. Mrs. Hall, Mr. nnd Mrs. Govdon, Ali.-s i season, who pronounced it strictly fresh nnrl wortli per rtozen. Who will got the next one has nol yet een The lodge is giving a private the Davis, and Miss Smith, and Messrs.! wnjsi drive Tuesday Jan. 'M, I'UTS.H, Long. Cnlweli, Galiiker. Dickinson Mid llarker. The and the Oddfellows Mr. C. II. MaiMillan. who has hdrai a party Wednesday in honor of accoimiaul at tlm hiink of ConiuH-rre .T. c. Hfon. Ho was presented hevc for nearly a year; lias been pro-> v.-jti, ;i hr-autiful silver chest, looted to llu1 miiniigcninnl of the bank The leap yearn parly at Vilna. Alberta, and Inft on Tno.- day to bin new duties. Mr. (if Ihe Ynlran furling Ciuh. and a mem- of 'iif Icatn. and ountered by oppiisiug Ideals. A popular in Koclnl r-lrclcs. A good busi- epublic for Ireland lie out j "cp r.ian; u KO.K! sport, mill one win, I bv whole connnnn- the question, but there a evidently of num. a better bringing peace i lus been transferred lo the contentment than that at i position lately vacated by Mr. Mac- pursued by the r.'jverner.itn of Ire- Milian. land. It LIU uphill fight In Uie ot the cuiUfst for the miiyoralty Kernie, hut G. C. Henderson got there. even llifMigh liy a ttuiall ni.ijrjrity. In j defeating npiiontnt. Cjihill. When ?till5 are reduced lo the luienslons (t( n tc-a in tho of ono in Winnipeg, tlio camouflHgod still will hfcunie a Inui'ly arliclc, Lloyd George, it is faW, will the ccunlry if there is a lailway strike. It. will bo .1 case, nhoHlr] this happen, of lifting railroaded to the country, Muriel (ilMdcti who IKIS IJPCII i nn tin- ff Iho of romrncrcii IH.TO fur tlm jinrtt iv.o years, haa lirt-u in main uffire in Cnl- Clyilo Mall cnlcrtained a ninnlMT of yoniij: frif'iirlHi at home niL'ht. Tlif> party lonk tlie foiiu of u fnrowyll to Mlns Gliddcn. -.vim with u tolom tlio 'PTD in which she is held by in r pirl fricmls of Vulcan. We diuienslons a tea Victllo, a, in tho j J..... ln.-iiu; by Mary Sn'.ilh. Mr. nnil A. NVIsmllti Iffl nil i Tur j rnl Ilir linlimrn nf (iii! tivlnl.'T. Tiu-y u'frt- iK-coinpilllifMl iiy llifir ilaiiclitcr, Mrs. Ki'dl