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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ,THE LBTHBRTOGE DAILY HRRAUJ THURSDAY, JULY Xetbbttboe "fceralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY f Proprietors and Publishers THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 32t Street South, W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director Jolin Torranc-e Business Manager Marnier Audit Bureau .of CIrcutollons. Subscription Rates: Dslly, delivered, per week Dally, by mall, per year..... Dally, by mall, for C months Daily, by mall, 3 months Weekly, by mail, per year bridge schools to large measure. But to the capable all things are capablt, however it may appear to others, and this is. no doubt, how the matter ap- pealed to Mr. Hodgson in the constitu- tion of the schools with their 50 teach- ers and small school population as compared to larger centres. Takius Mr. Hodgson as the city knows him. with his thorough insight into conditions here aud his intelli gent grasp sliuation, with the needs o! ibe same, the trustees of ihe Public ochools' Board are to be con- gratulated ou having obtained- his services, particularly when ecopouiv and efficiency go with, p'Ke High School and the other schools (the city have started a-neif era, and TYQ do not snail oe ims taken when we predict Jor.lherii a highly successful career. n; v You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS VYliit is a while squall! What was the' Zollvprulu! What is a torso! What is electro-biology! Who are "Ciectleuieu ol .1. 4. 5. and 6. What Is an eleclusry Pipe QUESTIONS 1. What is the, origin of "to Uuu'" Is. the nearest planet to the earth? 3. .Who were the Guelphs and. the Ghibellleea? 1-. 'Vhat are the "Virgin '-Slary's s.oo 4.25 2.50 1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S; 2.00 HON. ARTHUR MEIGHEN AS PRIME MINISTER a long drawn, conference, the successor to Sir Robert Borden bas been found in Hon. Arthur Meighen. With the personal and other qualities of the new Prime Minister, the choice may be said to be one in the present constitution Government. of tbe Unionist Thn new Prpn-.lnr is fully, entitled to the honor that has been paid him. As a Western man the selection, in the honor that goes with it, will he a wel- come one in this part of tbe West the appointment will he id' the nature of compliment' In the bouse. Meigheri has shown himself aVapabte Minis'ter. He has had the.full confidence of the Cabinet to which he .belongs, and bas always been relied the'Govern- ment to.be In this respect hp may-said toLhave been .the official apologist ot The new forkful, .logi- cal to a'degree.'.and has..'jhowh'him- self fully in tune tion he held. It may'Jje a matter for doubt whether he has true attributes of leadership.which the Un- ionist Party, if it is to survive aa a political Party, be it with any other name, Tieeds at the preseut time. Time and experience uay tell a different tala, and it is quite possible that he will measnro np. to his new rcsponsl blUties. Ability Mr. 'Melgheii 'rpos- sesses .to a great and 'it is this ability -which, .has brought him to the front jt, a .comparatively early age in a- fieldiiii 'which it takes time to aTrife'at .distinction. Honesty of'..purpose the Premier tions he have, been He (s.un assuming He has 'shown himself.alive to VVtether "loss the'r Party, man and -Ns tional Party, 'time and ojfice alone can show, in the meantime it cannot, be seen how, in: the :'circums'tanfces lu which the gap left by Sir Robert Bor deu had to be. filled, a better selection could have' been made. Mr. Melgben, 1 at all events, has earned the honor which has been bestowed on-hini. A PUBLIC THANKSGIVING There is much merit and commend- able thought In the proposal that a public the way-; of a Thanksgiving service in Gait Gardens, be given to the kindness ot Providence lu ministering to a thirsty land at a, time most needed in tbe recent Bcent showers.it has To leave" the acknowledgment of merciesjrijcelved entirely! to Sunday services .'in our churches. however much they are in place, does not home the great idea how. in pur com-, mercial and business not only to but to the peas 5. 6. .What Is Cortes' What la the meiuiag of School on Sept. SchoW Fair Will Be Held 15lh, ANSWERS 1. Tradition Is that U refers to Joe Dun. a famous bailiff of Lincoln, the reign of Henry Vll. He was so active and dexterous fu collecting j when anyone became, '.'slow to pay" neighbors iic'ed to'say to thejcedltors him''- (fend Dun after him.) 5. Venus; i. The 'great parties whose con- flicts make up the history ot Itab and Uermanv in He "twelfth, thirteenth, aad. fourteenth'centuries. 4 Near Bethlehem are certain err stilIllations lu. limestone "which are -v Spanish and Portuguese parliaments 6.' A gronnd'for occurrence warranting International hostilities. At the cloaing atf ike Consolidat- ed school heid on Monday, June 2Stu. the scholars were granted diplomas ft advancing them to ihe next: grade. From" Primary Grado 1 Howard Lone. Stanley Smith, Hodeback, Esther Pilatova. Hevenkb, Grace King, Lenora Walker, Harr; Snillh, Evelyn Smith, Etbel a wife iad one ctlld but old to trow up ied aburn her 'rnoihep the of a father asw shall never know this sHe luces, it-eir -proper? feitfesentatlo In the gavem-dent-aita he will be judg ed nere Vi Ihe outeetby his tion of in th party uame Ha-musLgive the eas the deal U has not been ge ting in the past Mail Mai ai Bnjplrp says Though a young man Mr Melghe jetej-anln polities There is n life He I From Grade-I. to Grade II. Jr. Stacli Kohanes. Helen Bokovoy, Edwin 'Davidson, George Luko, Hir n Jack Hoad Oral Uer- 11, Vaudls Rwieback Jean Ontko ary Piontowsiy, Cyril Jones, Irma aldirin, Richard Pawson. From Grade I. to Grade II. Sr. Margaret King, Wanda lloltaau 'lima HottBan. Margaret Long usle Evelyn Geneva s Slotte. From II. to Grade III. Emma Bokovoy, Henry Harrison mma KohanevRosie Kohanes, AUei okovoy. Smith, Hueleta Mer- Cannon, Welby odeback, From Grade III. to Grade IV, Bernal Walker, Klla Barlow, Dora oad, Annie Revenko, Jean" Donald on, Charles Holtman. Ralph Holtman 'illie Jones. From.OriKts'.iy. to Grade Joe Baldwin; vAulta Alber {ramer, Margaret Luko Mabel Lock ood, Straloy Murray Thomp son, Liilie Wilson From Grade V to Grade VI. Howard De Motte, Charles Hamson Savld. Lovlfh, George Honeysett, Ir in.Straley; Uoyd Wood. Harold Smith, From to Grade Vll. Robert' Beulah Grui walo" Bvangeline Harrl- Wow Charles Pederson, Arthur Ice Rodeback.' From Grade Vll. ta Grade VIII. .Orph'a Harrisob. Isabel Baldwin Herbert Rogers Kramer, E win Louga[ Gordon ilsoa, Sad! Dorotlry f-Iatova The school closed for th holidays The teachers are all iwa on their vacation'trips. Miss William s going to'Manitoba MUs'Jackso is spending a uipiit' at Witerto Lakes, tilss at home in Let )ndge, and Ramsey Is vislth jer home at iron Sonnss, while th srincipal Mr. Law is going to vis its parents Et' Morileo. Manltob School will open again for classes o Sept. ancl the fair wftl t held on Sept lath. constituted in should' he of niade the most of .in encouraging 'the development of the coar industry and placing Alberta -coal In a position to meet the demands 'of near and further eastern markets-In Canada -The coal situation, all tiat it an, f vperienca of p emtecchip and a politic qtaij.i! him for th question ay OH ISM day ot.Aiwut, to Baited where he aerved fJJtitolly, Klil tbroogl, all the of that war and was Home" and Vancouver loth, becaue if received kile pa service. He (OTA in .Wastbun. WUwn. B. but- Fenle IM fee was bat't child. M taiew iu tat rwole. Hla ,ta BOW, at Alderton, Alia., tJwy have a hotatatead. He PICKED UP ASS1NG TEE UAH A'BAING FA1I1Y ____ of Excitement When Four Nearly Drown- ed Were Retcued. Owen Sooiri to have new UM theatre. Miw Catherine McLedd died in CibaUudaa. at tie home of her elster.- Leonid Krauia, envoy ot Leninc.hu won a 1125 bjr ing to speak in out A farmer near Cobonrg who ed o( sowe hundreds at dollars' worth of potatoes tie past'season predicts 11.59 the fail. A society has boed fanted in GUs me of the objectsfat which i 6, a. new tail Joint pas service between Ottawa and Toronto, by KM ot tbe Craad Trunk tracka between .Torpnto aid Napanse, the Canadian Natlontl from to Ottawa. A new train etch war' added. been rfKe will prove an acccp able leader' and ne hope the country have the good fortune" to hive him at the head ot its alalrs .Toronto World The World says Hor- Arthur Meighen has earned bis tinra on a hardtought field and comes high office after a long amli varied experience He is by nature a partisan aftsr a" sllll have party government in Can- ada fHc may he trusted to organize hl.s followers, tb'.boldly announce his polio, and prepare to carry on an ag eresslve Vest- Snc- Accident Superintendcnt-of Public. Schools and Principal of the .High School, the School Board .In our estimation have done "the logical'thing, both In .the naming of and fixing the nature of hla'olnce. The policy adopt- ed coincides with our..views in.mect ing a situation in a city with Its present equipment of schools and ev lent school population. It Is a policy In efficiency are and the Tact that It met with the'endorsatiori of the man himself who has Undertaken the dual duties should s-pell Us success. Mr. Hodgson is a man of wide ertu- rational experience and scholastic at- tainments. He is thoroughly con- versant with conditions here as they pertain to the schools. The views he pronounced whicTi should apply to bia position were those of a mature and uuthorllativo judgment, well qualified to speak In the circumstances, The new Superintendent has tne right idea when he. dwells, as an asset to the.efficient performance o( his duties, on the opportunity to teach wftl give, means, may well be looked on as ienrman. he Is an outspoken upholder something that is not local but. na- tTonal. It calls for'a policy "which should be ih. th-2.wa'y of national policy in giving ecpnomic independence in-the matter of fuel, so far as the centres of industry -are concerned, which she does not-enjoy- at the present time. The "present position, with the dependence on- fuel supply from the States in our n'on- cc-alihg producing areas, calls Tor alarm which should tFor the recent rain there great cause for thankfulness. Midsummer Day has come and gone, and immediately following It came the big demonstration meeting for getting Irrigation going. Let us trust that the hope given at the.meeting'Will not be of the nature of a Midsummer Night's Dream. of the national-policy, and upon every issue that'may arise' he can .-be' trust- ed to declare himself ijlth and decisions' r Quebec ChronicU QTJEBS.C JBty Z (Bj Canadlsn Chronicle says this mom ine There can be no question but that Mr Meighen Is the best man avail able within the ranks of'the govern, ment.party to carry on the policies oi the retiring leader. 'The. n eeds. .of. the. hoii r. .call for Jlejghen Is to; a prominent de'grce. Young, tire and "possessing a FERN1R, July had the elegraph instrumBnt.ceased to click f HIP nens of the terrible accident hlch had .Edward A. ricVson this morning that the eart oE the unfortunate young roan eased to beit and he nad gone to his ong rest. The accident cania so suddenly that ardly any one was able to tell eiactly. ow it haj happeiied. Yoiih'g.Erickwn ras working at'th'e' front Tend'of the arriage and the a. srnall ne! was on the carriage and one side ad been slabbed off lite sawyer had urned it.wlth hlsfnlsier and It was gain cueing Cowards saw when he Jhal it had not reen eecnrelj and stopped the arriage and it.back, to ic properly secured when Erickson ost his'balance an'd fell upon the-saw. keen Judgment of' men and the new premier combines himself the.'.fundamental. Quired for political lea' events within Labor In the new Manitoba Legis- lature intends to stand on its own feet and not to unito with the Liberals or the Conservatives. With this Labor iniemls to assume the role of 'the Opposition and that the .S'orrls Government will have on the Farmers' Party. in -placing him In personal contact jKOlve, it looks as if with individual pupils, thus allowing him to gauge their personal peculiari- ties and capacities. Here is the key- note to success In the duties of Super- intendent, In the needed personal touch allowed for bringing with It the resultant sympathy which was very hiueh lacking in. the, old regime. There was a diffidence chown by certain members of the School Board in combining the two offices of Super- intendent nnd Principal. This Is ex- cusable In the perspective, as it ap- peiircd.to Iheni, of the separate duties called for In Iho Individual posls. They may Iiavo 'been rather' Inclined these In their minds, tailing Into consideration what pre- vails :ln larger; soj being to cut the coat o' the Lelh- brlef bears witness bllt asseta re- as his BRITAIN RETAINS DOTY ON TEA LONDONVJuly Asso elated house of common further discussed the hmlget bill yes- terday. .Chief opposition was' to con llmiance 'of the tea duty but ai amendment to drop it was-defeated h; a .big A like result came l Baron, who ii alwavs on the Job in events ot tilt nature was aaslatiog Winnie Petoraon., who is the ijinghter of Mr Lawreuce Peterson frerything vent well until suddenly Ralpkj and Winnie disappeared Iro-u light under the water. They hid un- droptwd into a which there'was a .very swift'under- current.: once seiied Ralph with such a deadly grip that it was atosolufly impossible lor him to move and they were both forced under Ralph's brother, :WII! noticed omethlng was wrong aod hurried at once: to spot. diffi- culty-he caught hbU ot.Winnie, who kid now reached a state ot uncon sclousneis and finng her to Mr Henry Peterson who bad, also come to-the rescue Owing to the swltt under current Mf Peterson was ua.ihle to mate mach headway so he. attempted to throw her to someone else It chanced that she fell directly in tront of Ralph who had just come to tho surface and bad barely consciousness enough left to calch hold of her dress disappearing.. Those who had been looking on had by this time sensed' the seriousness of the 'affair to. the edge'of the hole and after some strenuous work those In danger to a place of safety Wiun'e had to be worked on for 'some time before she gained consciousness and Ralph was in a of semi consciousness Win Baron and Henry Feterjsin "were ex ttiWaled and it U very probable thai all lour would have bften drained had not the others formed a tine in order to drag them out. This be an other lesson for those.who know the onts and flver Tt is certainly a lesson for those who participated in this event a? they thought they -were well acquainted with that part of the river Barnwe'l celeb-a'cd Dominion Day by assembling at the flume, which lias just been erected across the cotlee on 0 P farm A good pro- gram of Interesting sports were car- ried xoff, Inqlodins jitiplng, races. 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