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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR DAILY J1RKALD MONDAY, MARCH Ube Hlbctta DAILY AND and THS iJETHIftlDOE HERALD PHINTiNG COMPANY, UMITIO 121 6th South, W. A. ttud Managtrj TELEPHONES Office J Office 1224 Mvmber Audit Bureau of Subscription Dfcllr, dclnrered, per week .le Dtil.T, delivered, per year 7.50 by mall, per rear Weekly, by msil, l.SO Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 100 of expiry of subscription ftp- year daily on ad il rear label. Accept. ot pa] ie re after expiration our authority to THE HOCKEY j CHAMPIONSHIP The prowpsb of the- loirfil huckey team in wreatiug ;he championship of the calls ior coDgratula- lion. The laurels gnined have an add fd distinction in ilia! they have been iron in one of Canuda'g national parties, lacrosse Lelns the other. Local has received a much desired fillip in successful adventure of Uic Lethbridgc hockfiy tesra HI tljal they met timl liougtity op- iionenls. I Tbo victory of the ia no: only a distinction for the players ihetnselves and for the class of sport in the clly. it is a distinction for the city Itself. In thai it establishes a re- putation that whatever it starts til do it does well. A victory ofx this tlml. moreover. ?pelis encouragement and is an incentive of, the hcsL sort for the cultivation of auil bringing to the-Jiighest pitch those physical at- tributes which mean mucb in the teak- ing ot a virile nation. The attention given io dean sport of the variety of hockey conveys a very great deal in the way a town Or city IE accustomed to be regarded. It ii an asset of value and one which calls Ior much pride. The new interest awakened in the city in regard to athletic sports is much desired a-w-akjfcuing. It Is a healthy and much In commended interest. In referring to th of the hockey team, it I Corbet the existence of the Lethbridgc Athletic Association, in the inspiration it hss given and the part it has taken in the furthsrinjj of ama- teur aport. Amateur sport has mhch to commend itself rlrteii compared to professional sport. The latter lias its place, but wher> It comes to ultimate results the amateur game has a pre- ponderating virtue in that the scope ot clean and healthy sport is widen- ed. It does away with the mere watch ing and cheering, and caJIs for a wel- come participation where true manli- ness lies. There is also In it thai frhich tnakes sport what it should be the taking part in it for the Eafce of sport Haelf as the first and foremost consideration. feated. The proposal, if carried, will a eiiualiou which has been creal- ed by ihe hide-bound party politician. j lie. holds Ihe view thjSi a member re- turned on'the Government ticket IB, as a matter of duty and ol allegiance bound lo vote on all and ffvery occi- Bion Tor that ('overnmcai independent ift individual It canaot be .-aid thai is a sound view. It reduces a member of the House- to the .status of an automaton _and ptacea him Iu ihe position of a delegate I tot a representative. So far as iho individual member is concerned j it imposes on him dlsadvau- lage ia that it robs hlui ot the- oppor- tunity of applying a conscientious in- I to the affairs of the State, In ast-cmbiles, stich as Federal and Provincial Parliaments, should be free scope for the expression, of individual opinion In the voting on a Government measure without tha same be read as an expression of the want ol confidence in the Government of the day. Otherwise it presupposes the existence In Governments of tuat element of perfection wbfch 1ms yet to be found in human institution. A vota against the Government on a particular measures does not necessar- ily mean a ol confidence in the Government in its general trend ot policy, iMuca depends OD the scope and character of the measure. If divergence opinion allows itself to be construed as a fueling of want ol dohfiu'ence iu. the Government, there L3 a Jogical provision made In the pro- iMjfihi impressing definitely the lack oC confidence in the Government. The Turgeon-Davldson motions calla for attention_not ?o much for whirl ii intends io effect as to the apparent need for such a motion. the succ Is difficult AMATEUR THEATRICALS In the city at the present lime TURGEON.DAVIDSON PROPOSAL It is on TiieatJay a raoltou be brought before the Provincial House, fathered by Meiirs, Turjeon and Davidson, foi- a ritnation wblch arises coa- certain are interesting themselves ii forming an amateur company for play ing the "Yeoman of the Guard week or so ago the pupils 'of Iht. High School took part in a play. This interest in amnteur theatricals needs encouraging. encouragemeu given will serve equally use- ful, jiurposes. It will be encourage men! for art's take and encourage- ment in stimulating Individual efforl with the praiseworthy object of caus ing individuals! to be not spectators fit all Limes but doers at some time This is highly needed at a time when there IE too much ot tendency fo things to he run professionally in those fields, such as athletics an Tvhich are equally the amaleu domain. In considering amateur theatricals it is well to bear in mind that to am a leur enterprise a great tleal of wha we have in the drama and; music p today is due. The great English Elizabethan drama grew out of two amateur enterprises. In regard t rauoic the fact Is "worth noting tha English music 'was at its greatest in England in the days when and women met regularly to play and sing for their own entertain tntnt tho best that could lie found in native music. In this connection the selection of the "Yeoman of the Guard" by ihe ama- teura of the city is a happy one. uAs part of a school curriculum, act- ing1, conveyed In theatricals, has an important part, that ia if it is given the necessary attention by school authorities. Amateur theatricals are instrumental in giving that needed part of education, clear, correct speech. They serve well a physical purpose in the effect they have on j the individual, in the bearing of the body, and the command of the nerves. These things In their relation to act- ing are universally adn-ltted, In our schools and among our adult citizens, amateur acting should have its recognition as part of the com- ary Advanced Thinker Talk to Farmers On Thursday To PA ICKED UP IN ASSING rOK THE K UIY STJtN Defeats Prankish in Division a of Mrs. Losey j (Vron.' tVjr Own RAYMOND. Feb. Will rvine, tlio well known CRigiry spoak- r and Journalist has been secured by hf local I'.F.A. to appear here next (Kioni Oiir Own Cvnvn.'andtnt) FOREMOST, 25 were held for division five of Burling- ton municipality yesterday. Mr, Yach had vrltbdntwn leaving it a [straight contest between Mr. Frauklsh if the rital problems confronting 'anada and the world. President [olmes of the ILF.A., feels very happy n being able to secure such an :ul- anced thinker and bale speaker as "Mr. Irvino Jo address the people of j this town and district. It is purely' m oducatlonal move en tbe part of he U.F.A. and it is expected that the Fccond ward L.1XS. church will LH? crowded to hear Mr. Irvine, wlio is widely knoivu as an exponent of what some call radicalism. Raymond has read much about the econooiic creed of: gentleman and now they aro lo hear it from his own lipa. That same day at 3 Mrs, 0. C. Edwards, of Macteod, will speak on subject of "Tho Laws of Alberta as They Affect Women." Mrs. Edwards is said to have a thorough grasp of this subject having a special study of legal matters. Sho is being brought hers by the Women's Insti- tute. Hotli meetings are open to ihe general public. Mr. Mrs. C. J. Hitter returned last night from Calgary, where they spent the last three days visiting re latlvcs. Mrs, Thomas Gould is visiting her son, Robert, at Medicine Hat. H. S. lAHen, chairman of the South- ern Irrigation district, was in Calgary this week rm irrigation matters, was accompanied by the other two trustees. C. Jensen, of Magr.ith and Arthur Pawns, of Stirling. Ad. Heggte is home aguin after spending several months rela lives in Utah and Arizona. j Lieut, and Mrs. Murdo Boyd leave nest week for Calgary, where tlioy will probably reside in the future., N'orman Kimball son Mr. and 31rs. Hyrum Kimhall, and ope of Ray- mond's brightest young men, has just completed his course in electrical engineering with the International Correspondence Schools, of -Scranton, Pa. Young Kimball s finished tne course iu less than two years, which is a very unusual record, the course ordinarily requiring four to five years. i At a recent meeting of the Board poSl WAS: Mr. hurst 45. The fuuoral ot the lato Mre. Rosey lieil Loier was held yejtenlay after- noon from the tnitn to Xemiacam cemetery. Rev. J. D. Taylor of Fore- most conducting the burial service. Mrs. Laser hail Veil living with Dr. Heniiers la Carstairs. wher6 sho con- J. 51. Prltchard, Toronto, is dead. IB spreading rapidly iu Que- bec. Tbe war memorial fund at Queen's university now amounts to J2M75. York county may be divided1 into East and West York. Bowuieuville business men have organized a chamber of commerce. G- J- was re-elected as pre- sUV-nt of (he- Craubrook Hourd of Trade. The 'flu epidemic is subsiding hi Blalrmore, M'here ultogether about ICO reported. Csjit. John has arrived at tr.v.'ted influenza, iia! was taken to Coieman _to superintend Salvation Calgary, hospitaf where she died. Three small children are left under the her parents. Mr. and lira. Walters. Mr. is coiiflued to his home these days through illqess. Mr. Wm. Edwards has returned home from Calgary. He reports his father "as being in very poor health. Some of the "Hustlers" visited one of their number, Oscar Olson, who 'i sick, taking him a box of chocolates on Wednesday. They then some time on a "hike" around Iho hills of the coiilee. Mr. and Mrs. Murdo Jlac- Kcnzte, on Thursday, Feb. 26, in Fore; a daughter. Biirnwell District Fairly Free ol Residents Return Managers of United Church the! Tne matter or more regular meetings discussed. During the past few months, service has been held irre- gularly due to thft difficuliy of ihe pastor. Rev. Ban'ett, of Magrath, in trayelling. The board will endeavor to effect some arrahgemenU whereby service can be held every Sunday. r-i- Feb. On Wedncs' day last Ihe Barmvell Dramaiic So- ciety a hike ap to Letilbridge '.vith their play, Uy and report having tmen treated mos royally by our l.ethbrldge friends The proceeds went ol the L. S. temple at Cardston. People of Barnwell welcome of Mr. and Mrs. A. M Peterson and family, who have for the past year and ;i halt resided in l.elli Army work iu ihfet district. R.'ll, -Morden of Itelteville died >neuuionie after n week's illness at ho age of 74. Kincardine ratepayers carried by 204 to 6 a bylaw to expend m Hydro-Electric power. G. Black Murray and A. C. Lukes of Winnipeg propose to fly from Eng., to 'Montreal. Sentence of seven days (u Jail was .rhposed on Robert BennoU, Tp- ronto. for being In charge of an auto- niqbllo while 'the influence of driiik, Raymond Casou, the French wrestler, is receiving the enthusias- tic welcome of his admirers on his return to Montreal. f Jt. is charged that some interna- tiblinl unions were not allowed to vote at a meeting of the Toronto Labor Tqmiiie company. Richard Ladkln, Toronto, nged 77 years, of 34 Palmer avenue, collapsed council ot a co-operative bakery are announced, to the- eiteut ol was done by lire and water l.omlnn lioard has appointed Kmir.r Aaplnwali, a iive-j] known practitioner in the ad- miralty court ar.d who cm? tif the HrilUli commissioners to Inquite Into thrt firing on the BrHifli trawlers by the Husslan fleet off the Hanks during the Ilnsso-Japanese. wnr. ;JA chairman. The Slates mom- bers will be Commanders Victor K, Jackson and Holier! Y.. liotli of whom jirr nt in London. her husband liv-liiR in "Krand style" in New York. Mr. Davis claims that ho secured a divorce from Ills w.ltc In in Penn- sylvania, i.iii claims Ilia'J such a' divnrce. If It was grunted, w-nuld lit: without effect on the gnniinl (lint tht-j- were both lirillsh Silbjccls; that Khr: r-folvod no notlco of prncecd- itif.- fiiifl bad never been domlciiod In Mrs. Oxford f'.ars C. Illman of Hast r nn lllntFS of one born in Milton 82 HAVE COURAGE! Make 1920 your bravest year. It takes personal courage to save money. Every- one can't do it. But anyone can 'earn or spend money. Make this year a brave year. Begin saving by making systematic deposits with the METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE BUSINESS IN THE WORLD. District Office, 201 SHERLOCK BLK. Manager, J. NORRINQTON, PHONE 339 ;