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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KOtm wennrtftlOOE OAtLT HRRAltf, TUESDAY. JANUARY 27, 1920 llethbrlbge BlDcrta DAILY AND WEBKLY and THt LtTHBRIDGE HERAt-O PRINTING COMPANY, L1MITSD m'Mh SouUi, Uttibrldj. W. A. PrMMwl and Managing Dlrtctct TomrtM TELEPHONES Otflct 1252 1224 Audit Bursau of Circulation! Subscription Ratis: .dtUrerwl.. per .....'-60 by mail; per year br.mall, per year wrong; Shea what U right, should be preached Premier Stew- Is doins hit bit In that respect. 1-et na all be azubftMadorG of these high principles o{ by the 1 people and (or the people. In the Inter- j oJ nil lha people. us show I tie "red" propsgandlBls Usst they are j on the wrong road; that reYQlulton to brine About That they demand not an imprurenietit for them- vH. thin that let ns me that the democratic foundations upon which thin coactry mitu- talned In all our relations. Let It be said of Canada that It i> the land of My, 6.0D 1.53 V.nwil. ixr yea.- to s too of of subscrlsliou ?Mr dally on ad-lres; Intel, Accept- of papori liter expiration dato li oar authority to coatluue the ?'OLD MAN" SIMPSON QUITS NEWSPAPER WORK ThotB who lived equal opportunity, where erery man, wUh ambition, intelligence and Indus- try, can- maka good. Lot us get rid of tto "red" .propaganda by getting rid the injustices that are an Im- -upon' democratic principles and -thai -foment rerolutlonary hottefct.'- This cau only be done -by. earnest sincere, preaching: of doctrines of Justice and' freedom to all, under a democratic form of goTernmenL where the people 'rule. Not only '-must we 5'rlltv' at.'the SoWled "redi" but at the individuals' and -the -groups tha- Cardston -Farmer's Wrestk 'With The Icy Water PICKED UP !N PASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN John P. Telford, barrister, ot Dur- three storeyi In (fardstoti (llobe.) H is sttrpfslng that our old frleud H. M. Bohne still alive and -well after his eiciting and dangerous ci- perleuce- last Saturday. The facts fol- low While crejslng St. Mary's rlrer with a team aui! wagon last Saturday, 'Mr. Bohne met with vhat might have eas- ily have been a disastrous accident. It was at a. point where the rlrer, while (irmly frozen at both hai an open stretch of water down the centre. -Mr. Bohne proceeded to drive across. When the middle of the stream was reached, the ice supporting (ho wheels on one side suddenly gave way. Toe sudden, lurch precipitated Cohno Into the Icy stream to a. depth reaching his arm pits. Up to thin tlma the. 1905 recollect that Ihen established as tup Herald a weekly, hy Mr. E. Slhipsoc, then of the t'ranhrook Herald. Man" Simpson as lie was published of the llvcst weeklies. In the west at CraubrooR in IhoAe.davs, and though' he only had to do with a lew issues of the'Loth- bridge.. Herald, Ibe. public came Co 'knov; him as an enterprising publisher and a .Bright and lorceful writer. The 'Old .Man' had been engaged in newspaper In East Kootenay from the begiuniug of development there. Kor the last few years ho has conducted the Inland Sentinel at Kam- loopa, but the Herald has just learned that the 'Old Man' is forced to give up he opportunities .that hive been given hem. Co-operation of the great mass of" the people'In'to slerlng the spirit of democracy in-Its real-sense, through out the laud, can rid Canuda of the in- lattices .that-, exist at the top and at the among the wealthy, among :he middle'classes aiid among the toilers..' ry, and jlo by abusing MED.ICAL- RESEARCH ANO THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER Tiie recent gift of Mr. Rockefeller to Canada for tho purpo3cs of medical research ''may mean much or may mean little in the. way It is applied. in Canada today we have a Minister of Health, though without a separate portfolio; there Is the same arrange- ment in serves to eliow the greater interest the State Is now taking In matters regarding tbe public health. The importance of medical research is drawn attention journalism altogether on account ot j ccntly published In the London Times (filing eyesight. !hy Sir James Mackenzie, an eminent friends will regret to loam otjmedlcnl man, in which he refers to his affliction and trust that with I the of the war when com- proper care his eyesight can ttsrsd. be re-lpulsory service brought the hulk of .the 'male population of military age under- medical-reviaw. The standard THE STATE AND ITS EMPLOYEES I item In the Saturday issue ui the Herald calls attention to tho Inadequate remuneration the State too often gives its employees. Dr. James S. atewnrt; It states, aironitnenf geo- logist, with tho highest attainable uni- versity degree after ten years' experi- ienca with the geological survey, and is the Edmon- ton district of geological 'survey, has tendered his resignation. But here's Ihe rub, in doing so he relinquishes a salary-of J2100 a year. For a man-of his attainments-and for the services lie was in a'poslliiin to render, par- ticularly la what he has been specializ- ing on, the gas and oil possibilities of Alberta and the Northwest, and in the bureau of information y.-hen not en. gaged in special field .work, it is a case, in which the State has by no means been considerate 10 Us servant (11 the way pecuniary compensa- tion for value received. Many a man of less attainments than Dr. Stewart' la drawing a larger salary in private employ than he was receiving, nnd nis experience is n poor incentive for a man to give lils'talcnla for the beiieti! ol the State. Sue: policy is not only niggardly but foolisl in the cxlreme, if the State is to pro Jit by the best intelligence of thi people being placed at Us service The State can afford.to be Eetioroii. to its servanls in the'measure lhai services'are of benefit to tbe Stale FalUns Ihls the Stale Is bound i II should not be marie possible fo an employee of the Slate to throw up an appointment he holds, of sue' A nature'as lhal which Dr. Stewar held, for, no doubt, a more lucraltv ono which a private concern offer him. The SUls should ho tlie las to "sweat" Its employees. By such process It elands lo lose and not I gain In tho long run. The casii i Stewart is an open reproach the Stile whlt-h employed him. It as much a matter for Ihe Stale Appreciate the value uf Its employe tt a commercial asset, as it Is bus EMS tor private employers to do PUTTINO CANADA ON THE STRAIGHT ROAD Premier Stewart says the way nioel the "red" Is by counter propaganda. Sensible (ulvi it Is loo and very necessary advlc also. What are those of us who Kevo In existing Institutions doing Combat the ''red" propaganda? don'l believe lit stuff an Tit very few, If sny of us, are preac Ing our 'docirirfea. We'mu'st the about Ibe .freedom and justice, nnd opportunities 'Ih'at under our system of government be- fore the people. Tf we do not thero will b8 those who will swallow Iho "red" dose, dimply because nothing Is done to enlighten then) If ire say the "red" propaganda is In the circumstances low, but it as divulged that too large a propor- on of those who were passed as fit r active service gave way to a de- ree of strain theoretically and actu- ly harmless to ordinary men. Sir lines Mackenzie attributed these' ds- ects rand the failure to detect them ignorance, of 'symptoms, especially tie symptoms-of-lhe early stages of seases; lie himself has instltuled a yslcm by which'with the assistance Ihe.general practitioners in.St. An- rew's; Scotland, he hopes'-, to trace ymploms from their first appear- nce in those who are still heallhy up 0 tho acute stages ol .diseases and own again.to the recurrence of ap- arently normal .'health. With the aid medical research sup- lies, a new field has been now open- d up, and the Times calls atteution o a report submitted by Sir George s'ewman to the Board of Education In which ho pays a high tribute lo the eachlng of Sir James .Mackenzie and oreshadows a broad policy.by which chool children shall be n-alched in ealth arid sickness with the direct ibject of improving the physique of he nation nnd ol elucidating Iho signl- icance of symptoms. We have some .nch system In the schools In (he city >ut it has not yet come to the stage of importance being placed on the significance of symptoms. The Medical Correspondent of the Times draws attention to the facl hat "the general practitioner Is the foot-soldier lo tho baltle with disease. He H Is who has to survey the mass of tlto population and on whose know- ledge the fr.te of most of us depends. Ihe greater part of hla training is received from teachers whose clinical experience Is slight or s derived almost wholly from Iho ad- vanced cases of disease met with in hospital wards or consulting practice. Patients come to the general practi- tioner when they are merely when they feel below par, when their rohjcle contained five other occupants, all little boys, ot whom three were grandchildren or Mr. liohne. After his unfortunate ducking, Mr. Bohne scrambled to the ice and finally suc- ceeded In extricating himself from the cold clutches of "the river.' He turned and viewed tho scene. He saw hoth horses in the water, one of them hope- lessly down but with Its head stil above water. The other aulmal was luadly endeavoring to' gain a footing upon Ihe Ice bank.. He saw wagoi standing at a violent lilt. He cotintet the boys supposed to be with him, ant saw only four. There could be bu one conclusion Ihe missing chili must be In the water. Mr. Bobne gal lantly leaped into the cold crugl d1 peering hither and Ihither for a ham! a bit of cloth or a head- of hair whicl ho might grasp and save a life. He thought of the -fallen the hoy was pinned benealh. Mr Bohno quickly reached the team there ho found tliu "-n with pale face, staring eyes and teeth agrit, grimly clinging to' the wagoj tongue. With a gasp of relief (nn carried him to safety. One..by on the other lads were transported t the other side of the river, -Mr.-'Boh n braving the icy coldness ot tho wate with Impunity. Then-there remaine Iho difficult task .of getting th animals ap.hore. Both animals were Anally relieved of the encumbrant 'weight of the wag on. The one was still loo exhauste to mi of e: NEW YORK, Jail. 3600 miles off her course by a btltsard which regcd for four days while on a j Irip from New York to St. John's. Newfoundland, the Norwegian steam- Huna arrived here yesterday ou return trip minus one who was washed ard and. kicking lifeboats, doors and ttlog. which were either torn away the norm or burned for fuel. Tho steamer left hers December 7 r St. John's and four days liter en- unlered a terrlfflc billiard. The .all cwft, caught In tbe centre of i storm, waa blown Into the nrfd- Uantlc ind forced to head tor the of lack of fuel. The Ml (xhausted before land reached and available wooJ- ort wu horned.. Water pound into the quart- s f.al they wen forced to sMk n- uto In uloon and to round the funnel In order to arm. It wu Impotiible to cook food nd for thrw or four days the craw ved on dry bread and water. n-ept bier thi "decks, tearing ttts, imaahlng lioom and Dg the rooms. Ludwlg Larwa, coal pawvwae washed overboard i the ilorm.. The battered craft inally made the Island of Fayal In Azoro, and there obtained enough oal to cany her back to Nerfound- and. ham, Out., li Craubrook Is to t third mac, claimi population of and .designed to consist of two wluga iove.'. By means of applying wort ncoiirngeme-nt (and th other horse was eventually forced t gain.a footing on the led.'.'pur Jier kept the animal travelling; .he wa nest yoked to the the horse still iu th water. Both animals reached aafet the- one being snaked away from da ger by the other. Mr. Bohne hurried his -five Htl protegees (nnd himself) away to', ti nearest place of shelter. This was miles distant.'Arriving there he foun no one at home. lie made free use the house; started a fire and ransac eil the place for a change of clothe He found nothing. Stilt shivering, h started across tbe river, alone, to h own residence, some five miles d tant. for means of'conveyance for th youngsters.' He arrived at'the river nnd there the story' The river, as we have" said befo has a strip of open water down middle. Mr, Bohre" searched until finally founil n place Where ho decid he could safely jump attempted it. The- Ice gave, way a OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian week ending January 3, ihowed n further decline In the vol- uniu ui employment, according to fig- ures'supplied by tho employment ssr- of Canada, department of labor. The Maritime provinces and British Columbia registered nominal jti- creases, but and the >rairie provinces had substantial de- Ontario had the most note- worthy decline. All the provinces e'i- cept the prairie' provinces, expected additions for the week of January 10. groups, with the exception ;of lumbering, shipping and ported decreases in staffs, the decline still being caused.by curtailment .of activities Block-tak- ing and inventory-period; firms reporting on payroll as the week ended December 27, a decrease of 683 persons, or one and ninc-lenths per cent. Those same firms anticipat- ed increasing their staffs by persons or six-tenths per cent, during the week ended January 10. This would make It apparent that the de- cline was only temporary and it had been expected. Caltary goat owneri hare organlc- ed an auoclatlon. it talking an artltlcal Ice t Cranbrook'i police comtulHlou haa to clwn up the city. Knox Church, Retina, li talking ot boUdlng a JJfO.OOO MUs Helen Lowdcn, 1) yean of nurse in a Winnipeg hoepltal, WM killed by an automobile. ftxtmaster J. H. Henderson, of he> resigned and his wife incceed him. A. 3. C. W'hallsy. of Kbgaton, M appolnled rector of St. Peter's Anglican Church, BrockTllle. O. IfcCelllnd, a Calgary old timer, a daughter In Macleod, is dead. Mr. Munni, of Walnwrigbt. Is the new ot the Reel Deer branch of the Merchants Bank. Edmonton ediool board has paesed a motion that grade teachers he given a minimum salary' of The customs revenue from automo- biles In Canada last year was over Resin a city council will past a by- law, barring' boyB under. 18 from .pool rooms, LeSas, chief engineer at Medicine Hat, been appointed as assistant chief engineer at the Edmonton'power plant. with a central connecting section. A. 'Rlctrdt, of -Scott, Saik., a guest at the Empire hotel Saskatoon, tumbled down in the hostelry this OYenlng, breaking nli neck. He died soor, afterwards. Thli Is fatality of ihle nature at this hotel aud It Is likely an inquest will fcy to farmers' fol- owing groups and are mwtloiied by CWtsry listing In Aflxrta Overseas Captain Robert and Mlas Roberta Me Adams; -abor, Alei. Ross, Mrt. MoKinnaj and James Weir; U.F.A., Aleck Mooro. Soldiw. li members turned by special legislation In re cognition of absence oo active ser- vice; Independent Davis, Gltiehen; Uixral- M. Davidson, North held.' The Saskatchewan government will reimbursed Ihe J637.C09 paid out as Interest under provincial- bond guarantees of Ihe T. P. braach lines In the province, It was an- nounced by the Hon. W. P. A. Tur- la tho Saskatchewan assembly. Artxrta will similarly treated. E 'J. Locke, reported In an llcb cable ae having been sentenced to iflven for Bhoottog at a man following- the hoid-up of English bank, 1< ft former resident of Eftst Bask., where hla family still lire. Friends 6ay he was a farmer, who went to London to receive'.treatment for gland trouble, which cunwd a secre- tion oi poison, said to be likely to street the mind. Mr. Win. Jsmleson. of Renfrew, Onl., known all over eastern Ontario as "Horton died at Ponoka Jay- luin and at Ked Deer. ilr. Jamlesonwas one of-the moat exten- sive cattle dealers and drovera In Eastern Ontario, and owned a chain of twenty-ono butcher, shops, handling annually .40.000 .to 45.000 head of cattle, besides other slock.. He was a man of intense energy and remark- able business ability, and, to some extent, wore himself out. In addition, to the rtralght Liber als and straight Conservatives am tils Farmer Liberals and Farmer Last Year You tlnw'l'tl art VMaain Rltch PIsno." That waa a good put It into effect Don't on easy terms, a Mason Risch Player or Fiano Our system of Bellirif; frotu "Factory to yon money. Ait for" free ityla cata- log. aUlnwral or (From Our Own TURIN, Jan. O. Arrowsmith came ottt from Lelhbridge Monday. He was accompanied by son, Ar- awhile, be again .found himself-immersed who will visit at freezing water. This time he had retuntinB where ventured into a greater depth and tho' water reached his chin. The current well-nigh carried him off his feet, and the Ice. But struggling man- fully; he finally regained his bearings and pulled himself up onto the Ice. There being no more rivers to cross, he reached home without further mis- hap, but almost spent with cold and fatigue. Willing hands soon placed htm between the sheets while friends were dispatched home. to bring the hoys The following clay was Sunday. Can anyone Hud heart (o blame Mr. Bohne for using that holy day to salvage his wagon from Ihe river? WAS TOO LARGE FOR THE WITNESS BOX te has been attending school. Martin Aim deserves great credit n being able to make: three trips frith he mail last week. It takes a man with courage to run.a Ford on. such roads and in such weather, Mrs. W. H. Mellow has been sutler- ng from a severe cold the past week. Robert Bunn and Roy Spencer are training for Ino lightweight champion- ship of Turin Steve Sorgard .has done this vicin- ity a great service Ihls winter by rid- ding It of several coyotes. His pack ot hounds are the best dogs of their kind. Clias. Green's Chevrolet car is in some way responsible for .the lame arm he is suffering from at present.. With head and faca pounded" to a pulp and with his shoulder dislocated, H. Dudilr. TO, died at Verne n. the vic- tim of an attack by a rain. J. H. Aihdown, ot Winnipeg.' has subscribed to' the Methodist Forward Movement. He scribed 1100.000 the Col- lege, endowment fond. Winnipeg that the Manitoba government is now framing necessary legislation in order to Intro- duce the system of proportional repre- sentation at the coming elections In Manitoba. R. H. JIcElroy, M.P.F. for Carelton for ten and'fbr the' months Registrar of' that die.d at his 'home in -Ottawa after {three days' illness of pneumonia. was aentenced'at Ver- non to iive years' in th'e penitentiary for an attack on Constable Cann in the city jail some time ago. He.beat the officer up badly with an iron bar. John T. Irwin, roofing contractor, was instantly killed in Hamilton "while crossing a-street, .when the trolley pole of a etreet car snapped ofl and struck him on the head. The Ottawa" Command, G.W.V.A., proposes the erection at the Ca'pilal of a magnlficeht" memorial hall in "honor of the lIO.C'M Canadians who gave up .their lives in the great war, John T. Bethune, formerly of (lien- garry county, Ont., died at Montreal, at the age of forty-five. made a fortune In the Klondike.; .Mr. BetHune spent a year hunting big game with Mr. F. C. Selous In Africa. It. Strachen.who until recently was provincial inspector of mines; with headquarters at Fernle-has been ap- pointed Inspector of mines for West Kootenay to succeed James SlcGreg- or, who was recently transferred to tho coast. Frederick Daren, supreme secretary ot the Independent Order of Foresters, Old Gregory j Pcrwer Sixty-five years old, keen and in business and among friends. What is at the back his .It's lungs-sound, blood pressure 'Yes, it's largely this habit of regular bowel, evacuation. that man Gregory" young. The poisons of constipation effect more distinctive changes in the body than_ other cause.' Keep your system free'bf these poiionJl by haBitual, daily movements. If you have difnculty In cultivating this babit, rerncmber that by an principle Nujol will keep the, poisonous 1 waite moving out of the body. Every other form, of treatment either irritates or forces the system. Nujol works on the waste .matter instead of on the system. Nujol prevents constipation by keeping the food yuaJic tcift, thuVliefpmfc! nature establish" easy, thorough bowel evacuation at'regular" healthiest habit in the world. Itls absolutely harmless and pleasant to it. Nujol is sold.by all druggists In sealed bottlfa only, 'Waring Nujol tradc-mork. Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (New 50 Broadway, New for booklet "Thirty Danger." A Method of Treating an Old Complaint These are dull times for Turin, hut fand in circles, tho farmers are living In hopes. They -Emma Russ, the fat woman who was one of the at- tractions r.t the museum, St. Law- rence Main, was called as a witness In the case of Leon Gervals yesterday, it was found she could nAt get into Ihe box, which has a floor apace of one Bijtiare yard and Ihe entrance lo which is Inches wide. She tried it sideways without success, attd was about to Iry H at anolher angle when the boards began to creak ominously and the court hurriedly ailments have no definite seal. Ha {decided to hear her evidence can do llttlo except await Ihe appear- from know they will have the beat country on earth when the North- ern gels U all under irrlgalion. There Is no better soil to be found than that round Turin. We all know what It vill produce if we only get the- tnols- ire. John Knenon. Sr., who has been in ho Call Hospital for the past two vecka, ia much improved and is anx- pus to return home. Alex. Thorburn spent tho week-end t Turin last week. Jack Koenen is with us again, after i week In Lelhbridge. ance of some definite lype of disease. and' yet it is In tho early, stages that the weetla of disease, wero there knowledge (o recognize them, could most easily lie plucked out by the roois. The general practitioner must bo brought Into the Inner ring both In teaching and In research, in order that his knowledge may quicken and ue quickened by tho work of the specialist and the physiologist. Medi- cal knowledge must be- linked up, BO 'tKat 'symptoms may be traced lit (heir anil full- blown .disease." 11 Is.here, (hat medical. research will have Us uses In tho now funcllons'Ks- Burned by Ihe Slalo in regard to public sequence from headaches 'too easily induced 'fftllg'uo (o JeraOy lisa a wet governor lull rfhnt Southern wet year. Alberts wants is ;i Julia Clarkn, a tattooed woman, also gnvo evidence. The case Is one of alleged assault by tho police on Leon Oervola In the course of a raid on Ilio museum be- cause a three-card game was, it Is al- leged, being carried on (here. GOES TO PRAY BUT LOSES GAMBLING IN CHURCH PEW viewing Ihe beauties of St. James' Calheilral, Do- minion, Square, James Farrow ot Urockvlile, Onl., was' approached by another apparent visitor, and together they rtlscucfied Ihe grandeur of cathedral and tls resemblance lo St Poter'6