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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK rourt THE LEOTBRFDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY.' JUNFE 30, 1920 She Iberalb Siberia OAH.Y AND WEEKLY Preprletwt and Publishers THE LrrHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTINS COMPANY LIMITED 123 6th Street Sooth, Lethbridje Tf. A- BUCHANAX and Managing Director Join Bulnaw Maasger Uember Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, .16 Dally, delivered, per year 7.6? Dally, by mall, per year 6.05 Weekly, by mail oer year 1.60 Weekly, by mall, pur year to U.S. LOO THE ANNIVERSARY OF CONFEDERATION Dominion Dsy In its annual recur- rences forms links In the ever eitend- Ins chain of Canadian history, dating back from those early days, starting from tho year 1867, when the Domin- ion evolved Itself into an entity. The nucleus of nationhood was then form- ed, snd year by year and froa decade to docade the consolidation of a little I over fifty years ago finds us to day, premature though it may appear to be In, the light of time taken in the growth of nations, firmly established in the status and acknowledgment of nationhood. In the council of tbe nations of the given to the fciiepondem groups in the relation in which they stand, con-: stitute a vote of satisfaction in the eminent, 'i'bis is particularly nallce-' able In tae Email success of the Con- sirvatlve Patty in a province wWch comparatively recently Con- servative The Norris UoviTumont called bite power lo cleiuue the Aujean siables teat hail been created by the old regime, and which formed by no ineanB a creditable pase in tho history of poliltcs in Manitoba. It undertook its tnd lived up to the same, giving Manitoba tho good gov- ernment and oue free from corrup- tion which was uted for. There hive been many reforms made by the Gov- ernment which yesterday came to Ihu people ot Manitoba for endorsatlon, and. with the fact ot the presence of the various groups iu the field, the though not giving, ac- cording to the Incomplete returns so far to hand, a clear majority is suS' clent i. showing that it's records are such ae to have met with appreciation. The progressive educational policies put Into force In Manitoba have been endorsed In the return of the Minister of Education, Dr. Thornlon. and far as the Premier IE personally con- Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is tho allusion lu "Which way the- cat What are S. What Is the lUdj? 4. What are the Inni ol Court! 5. Why do thoy bear the naiaft 0. What poet was called the "la- spired Idiot" Arrangements Are ia Fine Spirit of Co-Opera- Uon Shown. Vo'rld the Dominion' acknowledged 'placed today has its This' has been TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS I. Wist is a 'i. What is "Jack Cade legis- 3. Whal is the origin o! the phrase "Caesar's wife should be nbove sus- 4. What is liyiantine ariT 5. What is the meaning of the "King of 6. What was the "Ca ANSWERS 1. One hundred fathoms. 2. Pictsure from without. Tbe al- lusion is to the Jack Cade in- surrection. 3. The name of Pompeii having been uitied up in an accusation against P. ClodiuB, Caesar divorced her; not because he believed her but because tho wife of Caesar lot even be suspected of crime. The symbolical system which m Par ro TABEH, Jane A of the hel'j hi the town nan on Sainrdaj eve- ning to mate further uransememta regarding tin anneal tali. About fit- teen members were preeent and Pres. Portoous occupied the chair, First of Ihe Iroportam m Cat of rc- freshmont prtvUegei. Town pirlios had cpplled for thesa, bat the S. A. having InUnuted Its desire (o estab- I llsh a rest room for ladles on the ja, the appeared favor- to Army, as to cerued his election Iocs not developed by the early Greek or to have been lu hav- -ti.ts IBS had the eiperlence of progressive cjr ahead, and .that no other except a couple ot special ones wooM ba en- couraged. Ensign Roe In conversa- tion with the correspondent elnoa intimated that the Army would try to serve a regular but simple meal and he believed ho could obtain a large marquee for the imrpoae. Contractor Hudson submitted a sketch ol he now horse barn, Bnd vu asked ret pi an a ready for Saturday .next, t was decided cot to on the banks 'or assistance for this, hut to vase the 4own and district, and caiv vassers were appointed for the pur- pose and districts allotted. The President stated that from the preparations'now, going on he could state Chit showing o? hones would be far better than Box stalls will probably be provided for stallions. The chairman, referring to the canvass' 'Bald one of the town clergy had already given him to help out, which spoke well for the cloth. R. Whitbeck stated as he had been appointed range rider for the Dominion government, canvassers could accompany htm in his car and the offer was accepted. Canvassers appointed were the" three bank man- agers, and Doran, and Messr's.'Holman, Ham mer, Whitbeck, nipllnger, Tolton, and Ross. Mr. of the Canada Wost Coal Co. stated that the com- pany would string about a block of Had Been Occupied By Ed. Sing One Discovered It Till Next Moraing. (fzvm Our Own Cbrretpoadeot) ORABBY LAKE, June On Sat- mornmg the tood people of the were surnHsed to find that taring the prerkms night k house be- longing to Mr. C. Wsltflm had bfeen burnt to the ground. Some fear was at first expressed that the tenant, Ed King, and hie family had been burnt, bnl as they, it was discovered, hid for New Dayton by' the night train, no lives were lost The house, which was a two-storey frame bullo- might easily have 8et others alight but fortunately there -was not much -wind. The house was partially insur- ed. Mr. King's furniture stm in The wat so siraften at Hampton OoaH recently- to make boailiig dangeroas. The death is announced of Lady Gould, wife of Sir P. Cam there Gouid, UK famous Dr. G. C. CreeJmaa and left Ooetph (or Esgiand and will assume his d-otles aa AgehtrQerieral for On- terio on arrival ia London. in the vicinity of ClaBde- boye. Man., are complaining of shortage of milk caused by the dry aad the cattle bsine- worried by he heel fly. Henry Barkley, a fractured arm and wrist and a bad- y crushed head wben a scaffold on which he was working crashed to the ground. M, B. Cameron, Windsor, received a fractured ankle IE a tight with" two men to whom he had given a ride, they attempted to throw him out and steal his auto. the bouse but ire are Informed It wa vyell Insured. This is' the second fire Mr. Kbit; has had !n Grassy Lake, some years ago his restaurant, here having been burnt down. SUBDIVIDE FUNCTIONS OF COLONIAL OFFICE LONDON, Jaoe As- soclatM Mllner, prcsld ios at a farewell luncheon to Arthur Rohm BOD, the attorney-gen era! ot Vic torla, Australia, stated that the pro- posal .would he submitted neit year to the imperial conference tor the sub- division of functions in the colonfe office by the transfer of the controf of matters relating to the dominioui rom the colonial secretary to some other authority. The matter had been under consideration bnl no decision buld be taken upon it until it had to ah imperial confer- ence, dealing v. ith conetitullonal vo- ations.ln different jirts of the em- What !s Without Music? W you a gen- ulne. frozn us lor way delay 2 U to all Ihe over fa the Bk Catalogue' fcr' rt-' Iksy to those who de- them. Victor Recerds play perfect- ly OB any jnacXIne uslct fibre or Bteel The pleasure of Whtte Show for upon sure that their tint ta IsttliMI Unless property fitted as wtlt as harinj a good (rusllty they soon become shapeless. We carry a large range of White Show In ail heels and Oxfords, Pumps, Mary Janes and iiljh Lace Shoea. WWth' A to' B. Prices range from to for ASKTOBE W. J. Nslsoh FITTED SHERLOCK BUILDING AtL; AGES Madeline Shepar'd. Hendricison, Kathleen. Mildred Grunwald, Alice THE ELECTION tN MANITOBA Wilson appears to bo dominating the San Francisco Conveuthru. The spirit of the dominie Is not yet Wled. With regard to the Spa Conference, Germany Is sparring for a reduction in Indemnity Imposed on borl Anderson ,Etta Conlon, Alice Coombs, Phyllis Ross, Anne Bow- T, George Morton, Alta' McNeely, !lsle Anderson, Joyce Aio.Ue, Kazel Andecson Promoted from Grade Ii to jawrence Bobb, John Millhaem, Mar- garet Chambers, John .Chambers, Ed- win Blotter, Edward Piltman, Sheila Tapley, Pauline Troidl, Waldo Ross Mildred Reddy. Promotions from- Grido' VTIf. to TX. will appear Jn due.time. The healthy mind dwctts in :the In the realm of politics tho tendency healthy body. Sports should'be m'ada ot the present day appears to run groups marking a new growth in wiat may be termed the independence of political opinion. This was made manifest In the Manitoba election in the presence in the campaign of Farmers', Labor, and Independent parties. Tho presence of these ele- menU In the field, it is apparent, has tended to make the majority of the Morris Government less than It might been. But In spile of this, from the results so far received, it appears'that the Government of compulsory for the hoy unless doctor's ctrtlftcate reyj otherwise. "VVaa" the proposal.forr ses- sional inAecmltloR made by Premier Horden in tho nature of a op to The Minister's idcii of thrift appoarr. lo have undergone a change overnight. It would be Intoresting lo know what brought about tho change after the little homily he delivered Was he speaking for effect? MINING DEyELOPMENT INTERESTS FERNIE1TES IVnm OUT Own .Correspondent) FERHIE, Juno late manager tof tne B'.ish 'rnihe In (he Slownrt mining nlslrir-f, !s' Bbjbnrnlng for a few days with Fernle friends: Mr Slewart la-interested'in some proinislng looking ttear the- wire, male voltage with transformer at the grounds so that the grounds would be lighted tbe game .as the town. .Chief Fanlds, the .chairman stated, would the street to the if the" Board supplied the oil, and this waa agreed P. Rip linger, an old-timer on the tracks who hullt the one on the grounds, wfl improve It nnd several "beea" will be held to place fences, etc., In first- class shape. The will meet again Saturday evening next. Doric Lodge A. p. A. M. paraded to 8t. Theodore's on 6mday aorniag for divine service. Rev. Leecroft ad- dressing the brethren at the. close .of tbe usual service, the sermon taking tho form of a short but Impressive talk on the present !day danger of for- getting tha Cre'albr.: Thirty-three members were present, beside Ihe speaker, who is also a member. The choir and rector wore surplices and a number of visiting members from points tributary to Taber weroiln the parade, which returned to the lodge room at the Vets' hall by way of Wain SL Earl Martin and family of Many- berries are visiting T. S. Martin of Fir.cflstle, Earl, formerly of the Taber Crescents, being manager of tha Farm- 's' elerator at Manyberrlos. The chief Him censor for Alberta was in town last week, and was sur- prised to learn that films freqa-jntly go direct froin the. Re% to Calgary theatres. One wetit recently to the Empire of Kdmonlbn. Mia; East has entered the employ of the Whlto Lunch restaurant. Archie McMiee Is now operator at "Stop at the (irate and fill the crank cue with Imperil! Heavy., Imperial PcUriue Chart of Recommendations specifies this grade, and we have found it to {he best lubricant for these trucks. Fill the tanVwith JBpBlal Premier while you're tberfc" Premier nihie In tbreftj-bf Fer- nleV citizens are heavily ..interested and which has'beconie farn.ous as be- ing one of the, richest In this province. -V .1. M. C'ansidy, "of Lathi rldgo; arrlv- Rrl in town this evening.-' J- Mr. Archil and Wife, of Victoria, are visiting frlenrls In A Grade for Every Type of Motor the Rex. Three town baseball.teams will be formed here, a plethora of playeri Manitoba will be able to carry on with the independent support In the Legli lature. Taking Into tbe consideration the pollllca! history of Manitoba, It Is not I Edward Vcre, the. !o be surprised that the election has j Oxford was the man who pannefl but as it has. Tho Province wrote Snakcapcare. Under the has had fifteen years of cyertonca of j the remark that Iho in 'Shakespeare Identified." an Arn- crican author, J. ThcirnaB by i name, proiwinndcd the theory for a few Mr. IMcNelll was chief nxcounlftnt. in Ihe 'government offlrn hero for.sf.veral .yearn "Sml was transferred to the provlnc.lnl office In Viclorin where he has resided since leaving Femlo. QUALIFYING ROUND FOR CANADIAN GOLFERS HOXTIIKAU .Tune scene what; was proved lo bo one of the I author of "Sliakespoare Identified" Is TUB e-t today for the rjuattfying round amateur championship of the Oanrdfan Golf ansoclation bepin at S.30 this rnornlng W. Wnlker and C. A. Allen, ping for mange has been aut.cMBful. of Hie licaconsfiold club, slaitcd most corrupt governments, In the named quito in order. Roblin resimo. In renilslon of- fenllng that revelations aronsed there was a swing bacls of Iho political pendulum to which Manitoba had been accustomed to beat time, and mighty overthrow which placed Ihe Morris Government in power as ona to which the people of the Province looked for clean government. That hoisa was fully justified, nnd the clnc- Won result, In spile ol the totce It is well lo know that the first dip .lit I Knynl The second dip should be Farmers, in rlillgently doing all in their poVf-er to-follow out