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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEJgUB, Sbe- Xetbbttboe Detalb Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY and PubHthers THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager and regard (or tlieir elders, and with it respect for constituted authority, with the instilling of. cixles of honor iu the youiif form the- basis of na- tional education PRAISE THAT IS SINCERE Drawing aUentiou to ihe fact that tho Hamilton Spectator is tiu old t'onservative in n city known (or nuiny years as one of llie I -itruugboliis irf Couseiraibm, the C'al- gary lloiald the fotluiving: Do You Know? AEffliL-EUfiffl TODAY'S QUESTIONS i.. '1. was-tlu- chairman of IVaoc wtad when dii thu u 1'siid tho Hamilton York, and How cam? tlu1 perfume (nmgS- panni to et't imi'.e, and from what is U 110 vr produced? I. is liiirveyued steel? r.. Whul is the leg i? ml the svr- lASiio to Audit Bureau ol Circulatloua- Subscriptlon llates: Daily, delivered, per week ......J Dally, delivered, per year 1-5') Dairy, by mall, per year 'Sl CONDITIONS IN HARDIEVILLE SCHOOL If the reports circulated in regard to the Hardievnie School in refer- ence to the sentiments held and ex- pressed by the Principal art1 true they constitute a serious int-nace in a school tho greater number of 'ias children are of iuruign oit.-aciion and ia the place ihe school 1n the community, are then- for ilia purpose of lieing trained to become i loyal A charge of the j the Farmr-r l-abor government m "There bavo been of course, due to in- t-xperionce; ou whcU1, ihe nt'w Kovornnu'nt has justified Us ap- pointment and given good service to the province. j -There is A disposition to nmnrel at ihe amount of success which has sUtiuded the efforts of these politt- i cal M has been shown that the business cf sorennnent does not depend much ns has been supposed ou observed pre- cedent and strict conformity to time- i tho Gotham? Leihbridge Atr Machine Created Quile'an Kxciitmenl in Visiting Town. honored principles, as they havt been evolved by past manipulators oE tho political 'machine.' A noro soundeU in An ex- evucive, raw and inexperienced, making no claims to exceptional wisdom and professing uolhinR be- 1 yoad itbc desire and intention of leg- Ulntiue for the common benefit, has WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What il sriKiml rent 1 Qur Own Correspondent) What is flroMll as iti tho HAYMQXD. Jmu-( ar-> the marshal, the cause of the man of-affairs iti Raymond. In What was 4, What wa indemnity paid by France to Germany ou the conclu- sion ot this war? were Fleet Marriages? Who the fellaheen? ANSWERS 1. IU1 nl to a landowner for uf on which buildings are 2. A certain of meteors wfikh show Uiemspivcs as globular masses of light moving with greak velocity. 3. The immediate occasion was the offer made by General Prim, who, iu June. 3SVT'J. was at the head ot-affairs in Spain, of the crown cf Spain 10 Leopold of HohenzoHern. 'A prince of the reigning house of Prussia, The t; over n me tit of Napoleon ill, demand- ed of the Ktiii? uf Prussia that he should forbid the ot ihe description made aWu to staml the iesi of 'oUiCd j lv M.tir.ei1 !.hil gAtion to the hilt. This is nol only j in fairness to the teacher Against the charge has been levelled hut in v fairness io the children anil their parents. It can realized nor even] FUFpei-ted that a man of Dritish stock, assuming the important responsibili- ties of educating the young, should be guilty of holding the views and sentiments lo he hold by- the Principal of Hardtcvilie School. In this matter n teacher, like Taesar's wife, should be beyond suspicion. It is to he sincerely, trusted that ihe charges laid will on investigation b? found to hare no foundation, FO that the fact may be established that a careful an J watchful eye is placed on the selection of our local teachers, and, likewise, a careful observation kept as to how they fulfill their rtiUies in inculcating in the young tho first essentials in education, ihe sensing of the regard anfl respect wo owe national institutions. In regard to the Hardievllle School a very disquieting matter is the re- port of the Inspector of the Provincial Department of Kducation. The gravity of what it discloses is mitde .the more serious in that it conies from an un- biassed and unprejudiced source. .The report Ss not only condemnatory 'as whole but gravely condemnatory when it states, in reference to the pupiia of foreign extraction tvho form the major part of the pupils, that ''the highest of community t tht'g school can rentier Is. to these children "with our language, our thought, and our history. At the pres- ent time this is uot being dont." inore serious fciult can he found in Ihe education, as it appears to have teen conducted, in the Hardieville .School than this. In what education is intended lo be In Us institution, par- ticularly as it Is intended in our Pro- vince the making of new Cana- dians, this reference of the Inspector is a moat serious indictment, and calls _ Tor a close probing into. With the 1lie Inspec- tor's report there cannot but come to mind the question why if these things are so they shouW have been suffered to continue. Why we're not the facts estimated by tho Superintendent of manner. To err nunciation should hi? formally Tnatlo id Imniira." There'have been by ihokiiig antl a i the ciintlidaiure would net be revived, from the high rdenl; uut the wfts refused and a micr and his Ministers have -suc-j formal declaration of war by France ceeded In the respei't and j followed, sympathy of the coniuntnity. HOJJ- esty is the best policy in politics ;is iu every ih ing else. Kxperiencc i-tin acquired; character is the all-es- sential retiuisite." 1. Five vaient to 5. Irregular milliards of franco, etitii- marriages performed man of -affairs iti Raymond. conversation Vtviih the correspondent. "But this wind is drying oul the ground real fast. Reports from. the south state .that toe wheat and oats are doing well. Late planting, how ever. Is under of a handi- cap as during the dry spoil the seed has had no chance to gormlnate. Rye and barley are iu the lead for growth, Mr. G. has cut a nifitent crop of rye for hay. Most of the potatoes are In the ground now. and It is'to be regretted that FO small an acreage has been nut in. as about fifty per cent, of the amount of last year's seeding ha? been done. "Look was lnp slogan in toun yesterday when an 'aeroplane of the Lt'thbrldgc .Air C'rafl Co. flew ovci town and made u putcessful lauding in an npen field just south of the canal. Several of 'the ri'.-iilents enjoyed a ppin in the machine, under the skilful piloting of Mr. Mr. Fitxslin mona was kept extremely busy keep ing the 'crowd clear of tbc machine Mrs. C. J. Kilter, first lady to "go up.' she quite enjoyed It. "Some speed." she' said, "but not fasl Mrs. llnitie Canl, the other lady to ascend, FaM that phc contemplates an aeroplane Evidently she. too. enjoyed it. Alto without license by needy clergy men f in the about c-d by the Marriage Act of 1754.- Fleet Prison for debt, fruiu uoii[ ttiey were suppress- Commenting on the remarks of its' Hamilton contemporary, tho Calg.iryj paper makes the observation, which) 1 be readily endorsed, that the On-j tario experiment has proven that men who are intelligent and honest, even thonRh they may hsd no in politics, may he eminently success' ful public administrators. There is much truth in the statement it makes, and which ihe Ontario experiment j Plea for Families Mr. Lemieui quoted history to show RICKED UP IN SSING TUX BB1Y Two tfslierx tugs Intve reached liiV.c'lirie. Fire losses In London. Out., for the month of May amounted to Chlet of Matters, of Windsor, celebrated Ills SOtii tiirlhday. Hiss Alphoncio Asscliu, ot Wei- laud, has inysU'rleuily disappeared. 1'hyllis Fvaucis. six years old, was hurt tthan riiii down by a motor car iu Brockville. Call soldiers civil re-establishment employment tmreau has been closed aflcr H months' operation. iV. K. Manhunt, senior clerk at have soiut and manv very tiny prizes for slock attractions tUat will no doubt make the fair a larger and bet- ler'one than during its history. Farmers are now becoming interest- ed in the tractor as a means, of power for the farm and many are being tried out ou Bevpral farms for general work. At of theiyear breaking takes much'time and .attention, and in a few weeks the summer-fallow will occupy their lime and attention. With the scarcity of horses and their poor condition this' spring. Iho tractor Is becoming a favorite for farm use. The wind Etorra of last mouth did much less harm than was at first thought, as the rains following brought on tho seed very fast. Mr. Scedon, liv- ing forty-five miles norlh cast of .Mao- leod, reports cut worms in his Held but Duly in a small field. Iteports from the south part of the .Maclood, district give plenty cf mols- Inrrt, in some parts the soil Is too wet to plough and do it well. Seeding competed and everything points to a iho Brockville postoffUe. has been ted deputy postmaster. John Alto, a 0. V. K. section man. who was drowned. at.Firo river, was brought to Sudbury for burial. Inland Keveuuo' Officer I. S. To- bin. fuijixl an illicit still In Slmtforil, the properly of Chasf O'Day. j One thousand royal marines have left Davenport for Queenstown. Ire- land. Captain Albert Sni'ytlie, c Labor member for Colne ILaucashlra con- has resigned his seat. Since the first of the year building permits Issued ia Woodstock amount- ed lo'flttUPl; setting a pew record. St. Thomas council passed a by. law prohibiting bicycle riders from carrying ,any person on a bicycle ex- cept themselves. Magistrate Walt heard 13D cases during Ihe month of May In tha Guelph police court, establishing a record for onb month. Irorjuols Town Council has passed a by-law that between May aud Oc- tober no dog shall run at' large on the streets except under a leash. Patrolman Fraser, of Ihe Samia police force, has been suspended fol- lowing hfg appearance iu the Polrolea police court on a charge of breach of the 0. T. A. Sandwich police has been asked by tho Washington, C.. police to be ou the lookout for the murderer of 12- year-old Marie. Kano who is believed lo have crossed into Canada. gether eight persons taken aloft. gcod crop, with favorable conditions. The approach of darkness stopped the nights before the crowd was accommo- dated. Today'has proven loo windy for flying. From here Messrs. Palmer and Fitzsimmpns are going to Magrath and then to Cardston. after which they anticipate, a 'flight to In conversation with Mr. Palmer we were informed that durtag the fair of Au-j gust 6 and 7 they will give an aerial exhibition at Raymond. Several of the townspeople took ad- vantage of the conference rates. M. Bailey, who has a farm in fhu Kweirue district, reports everylhins in good condition and crops coming ou in fine shape. .Mr. Uailey is look- ing for a big crop this year. THE PIANO FOR YOU BBCAUSB II la time and glt Ui> Vl verifies, that there are that grants ol land were given to I Among those going F. C. Steele fathers of large families and this prac-1 and Lee Brewerton. (Good luck, tice had been carried right down to Mrs. C. H. Elrowerton also went south, occasions; Quebec. gjnce the cession of Messrs. Ott ntnl Tits worth have when the political tyro is certain tojCauada to Great Britain the French- taken a contract to tear down the beet be an improvement on the seasoned K'anaiUan population had doubled. He j sheds on the- sugar factory site. These 1 went on, "If the people are to continue1 sheds were built in 1902 and are the Gou-fearing as they always have been') last to stand nt factory and if they follow tho precept of the! The smallpox endemic has political administrator, In that the former has no party urecedems to bind him and may strike out on nevr Lotd; if marriage is to he encouraged I pletely died present there and original lines which to the party anil divorce discouraged, then 1 in-! is only district. This min miEht IIP impossible 110 matter vite thfr committee to study this fact, [speaks well for capable way in man nugm impossioie, 110 inauer. ____ ____ i WIIK how good they might be. that in such a period there will be live, which Dr. Oreonaway, with the million French-Canadians in Canada staunch support 511" the lota I hoard of health, handled" the situation, as .first it looked raiher alarming. .The Mennonites .it tho Duck ranch Hon. Archie McLean, Mr. Ains- worlh nnd Sam Porler To Be Present. Oxfords That Are Always in Style Because they meet the fullest demands of those ivho prefer iiuict :iifled style, and have keeu aiipre.ciatlon for the Jirie'st 'In quality dlgn as well as fit. We have these in black kid, browu kid and patent leathers. Welt or turn soles. A to D. ASK TO BE' FITTED i SHOES FOR-ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING (From Our Own Correspondent) COALDAI.E, June Max Don- aldsoii entortalneil the Coaldale The Party in power in Ontario.; ln sixtv years there-would _r with what has accomplished, we[ 10.0PO.OOP. miiv add. has disappointed the expec-' 'If the finance ministers wants toi nf (hn-n who ihp d" tnfre a view are buiMinu a new house. Seveni! of School Staff to dinner last Wednesday. ransnme inelof the family in regard no taxation I their young, men .are being married A verj- enjoyablo liruo was spent. Aft- politician class. The experience of because he .can-' inrllrertiy.! errparlaking of a splendid dinner Mr. soveroment so far in Ontario further dirci-tlr, encourage the growth nfj The public si-hpol is preparing at Donaldson took the company for a'ride exemplifies the tnith of the suylng I the i-opulation if he does so.'r the present for closing. Mr. Woolf, prln-; In his car to observe Ue work of a 1 states that7liis -class will have j couple of tractors of Mr. Straley. On to take the departmental examlua-j returning to the house the evening that we never know what we are cap- able of until we try. The art of gov-j ?r. Edwards. Frontenac, caused oruln he e 01 UIUH IIIL an 01 Jn tho commons lions. As the public scbool does not] spent in singing. ilng. it shows, is not necessarily lh.it Mr LDinieus's speech was, when tome under the- now regulations forj Miss Iluth Williams, of tho school skilled trade of the skilleil Uummeti' up a plea to eiempt French-! Grade VILI.. school" will closfe here on -staff, spent the week end renewing jtlciau 'Canadians from taxation. It-was n the ISth. Grade :V17i. examinations; old ncquafnianpes in Morse, Sask., re- Tbere is nothirg like an election to keep the .-orlil guessing as to will elected PrDsident.- novel method- of escaping taxation, Ameriran' tho doctor. ''Try re'.or'.cl J some of the French members, anil the laughed heartily. Dr. Kdwardfl tlet-lared that few of At tlie convenlinn of the American Quebec rural residents would h1 o right ideals to education. Hf: makes a very opportune, n very necf'5- jary, and n vrry timely com when, in to the ?yMcm nf sfl.lf-govt'rnnH.'jil ay enijilovr-t] in Iht1 Ilurdlcville School, ho speaks of iho Jack of roiirtesy, nulent'SP, and ornl fnsfjldnre of tiic r-niplnyrd us monitors lowarrts the voimgor pupils, lie says, and truly PKJ-JI. thai siith conduct 1-s not very inspiring; he sets the correct code which needs to be instilled into the young of all nationalities, Including our own, when he sayg that children should he given "the example of refined self-controlled adults in order Ihnt [liny may Imild up attJIiuk1 of redact for order obedience bascd for In aulhority." Anttitirity has obli gnLlons in the way it M applied, and If authority cnllB for rftuppct it should entitle tlist Pnrtlior- more, of coinlc-sy. formance. front some home j duties were primary, hut there was I another duty to the slate. The pres- ___. j ent exemption, was sufficient. amtmlmynl was declared on division anrl clauso two carried. Clausu Inn waa then taken up anrl Sir Henry Dray ton moved to add a paragraph providing for a prompt t.-hccking of all returns in the ment. Any over-payments would then he returned lo the taxpayer except where an instalment .or instalments were due or- t-oming due; in which With n circus in town oh Wednesday it looked like the good olil days, and many a staid parent became a juvenile again, catching the infection of tht> shldies whom he took to the per- start on June '2'lgl.' i turning home Sunday night. work. If "Big Business" persists In locking horns with the agrarian' movement it the would ho and the over-payment nppned to these instalments. The motion earned. Answering J. A. Rohb. RmilinC'lon.' Sir Hnnry Dray ton paid the taxpayer will ho well advised to rememhcr that so a? Canada is concerned agricul- ture "Iliggftr in n timely reminder by the Toronto Globe. It haa been calculated that over one million dollar? have been realized to finance the campaign of Major-General Leonard Wood in tho presidential clPcMon. If money Wood should nn easy winner in thf. Pn-3i- ProUibitUm Act is unal hy the lit-ld con- C'rmrt Jiot subject to a multitude of pirn- Taxpayers Should Be Honest j A man might make an error in ccmv j utlnfc his assessment nnd (he penally1- as npplled In chet-k any at tempi at j lfeeil. Taxpayers wfire askod to be The have .been drilling real1 Miss Ada Jackson nod her 'sister, hard of late, in target" practice Cndc'i Mrs. AInsworth, and family, spent the P. Paris Vlth a score of out of 40 j week end at the Lakes and Cadet n. Tohestrup with a score I report a good time, of SS out uf 40 lead In shooting. Mrs. Geo. Ramsey and husband have Tho furniture (or.the stake movcil into town and expect to livu' My hall hap; arrived. This building, a here for the future. rcnioilelling of the first ward Mr. A, Mitchell left Monday for] is well toward completion. Mr. I. M.' Calgary on his lecture toar on Forest-i has charge of the carpenter ry under the auspices of the Dominion Forestry Association. The baseball game between Coaldale and Coal hurst last Thursday was play-' ert on the Coaldale grounds resulting in a win for the Coaltlaln team of 9-3. The Women's Institute will meet Tuesday. June tho Slli. A special 'speaker -will be here and Uie ladios hops to have a good turnout. Thfc Women's Missionary Society will on Wednesday. Ainsworlh and family were ihe rjucsts of Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Yount; on Monday. Mr. Frank Knapp Is bnsv I tlirae days fixing up tlio grounds around his IIOUKC. The Tuxls linys' club are plaining lo play bafieball with onu nf MIP young mail's tcatnp in tlie near future. Mr. ol the Foldler colony condunterl the'sorvicos at the Co aid ale chnrcli morning anil evon'ng on Sun- clay, June Gth, lie was entertained by Mrs. J. Schrum. jy Are Being Tried Grain Coming on Fast. (l-'nmi Our Own CorrcspondenU June fair of tlin past'week has brought in matting returns wht-n the grain rin veryifasl. but the they would not ii" to had grown faster, and new and betlo Tiie clause as flmiTidcd by Sir Henry paslnrfis for Uie stock that arc now was rarrifMl. Oiijoyinjj thr where thoyJ 1 Tho services next Sunday wili be in charge of A. J. Law, tho nmrniiif, W. OjrViihiiM. KrBiilfunl. drowltmi .ili timy want by attention lo i that the ;icl made I it. am! I hey itnr enjoying it. tuvablo as current ijirniiif; dlvidendn Tin; rains of last did nnurn Miaynhlc to imlividiiuls as snon makr- lh" In ml rendy for brcukins j thr-y (ioc-im-cii. Those might (ivyry who haK iiny sod. tci i not ijnid fru a bum tlmr jjfit-r they j jiloiiKh .'UY- MOST WONDERFUL BREAD AND PASTRY YOU EVER SAW. HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS. ASK FOR AH OOILVIE COOK BOOK The Emergency Brake in Business Practically every business firm carries fire, burglar and accident insurance. What about Financial Insurance a protection fund to provide ready cash when sales fall off or collections are slow "I. Start one. Put part of the yearly profits in a Savings Account in The. Merchants Bank. Then, this Reserve Fund of undivided profits will ho instantly available to carry the busi- ness safely throughonyfinanciaUtringency. MC1CHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal, OF IJ1THBR1DGE BRANCH, Bianchiiali CANADA, Established 1864, R. J. DINNING, Muiagct cm nnd NobWoid. position on the WhinlunK ami yrar dofprrcd jiaymetri nn AlbdrfH fonfrrcnco in Ktlmonton. and J hor Mt.r n'J; rnnmu-rriTl Cliiti Hint T 10 onltlal'. (.onmu.rual i.iiin i.i j nuluririij in prfivtouv whlc-li 1 chairman of the f; lint propc-rly lntfthh> at thfi pi flit Hfi Ihn dhjpnion howpvrr, ;mil jiostpniKjil ?TI afiiciHl iiiMit in a k in f 'livlflftnrls tnx' alilo when "pdi'f or iHsTrlbutcd" in- strail of "ik-flfircd or pjioaking in of rnninion? a membor of tlid commftteo, has hron fn Uit! tin1 voffc. "He prear-h- 1 nf nn SunflAy in A Jn-i-ph Nixon ilicd on Sitininy niplil H( of lic-r (Innir'n'i'.'r, Mis. [HEli oml wjis Inirii.'1. in Nixcii Win- Ji ISSO will: sinnkfir at the I fay (Growers' Frnlay. June (be lllli ;il S 0'cff.ck, nt which Arch. Me- on I.f.in. minister Mr. of pn'illo worts, vill Tr refill in Mr. i'-Ji-l-r, for (lie K-uMiii turning !h 1S84, anrl moved to o[ frrr thf- I MnrTcr-rl in whfirc aho has rnadc since ['.read hits sfd [roin that ilate. Shn has ill tltnin years and suftaroil ;t1 Iliirjow lor the mill li iliujiii; [hat IJmfl. Htr tnlsbantt will hn luiiuchdil ili.M .six iiiuniljfl HJO im j Tlif lisl connniltcf1 of Uie ili'; Aif.niii' 1 plMcd uork, find nro aboitl rwnly ioi' tlic. j'l lo gel busy, 'J'lioy Irrljri'Uon. Mrs. II. HofOiiiworth Hit annual ronlcronce in Mmonton anO will alro visit Mrs HoJoimvorlh's parents. Mr. and Mrs. MmrJsliaw, nl Warwick, Allti returnins home the ciiil of lite month. nrc to learn that EUlle I'elerson. one ot I lid implla "f (irarte XI. his Ki-.nior exriTiiinnlion in viriliii. last week at !lie hcl'l in l.cihhriilBC. UNPREPAREDNESS A bauk account is an assistant in character building. It establishes the confidence, independence and pride which increases effort and paves the to success. Ope 11 an account to-day and be prepared. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND i; JiJIAXCH-K. W. IMkic, Manner. I ;