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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta CRESION SEEKING INCORPORATION. ASA11AGE Farmers Are Keen to Kilter Pol- itical Ring-Other Live tteatrlMl UlU t (From Our Own Correspondent) CRESTON, B. Mar. the beard of trade meeting on Tuesday night an Interim report on the pro- cedure to be taken la any effort to organize Creston into a village muni- cipality was outlined by Chairman Garland of the municipal committee, and in the discussion of his report the board members present were both unanimous and enthusiastic SB to the benefits that will accrue from tho erection of the village lection of the Valley area into village. At nexl month's meeting a complete report will ho submitted, following which it Is expected active steps will be taken to get on with village incorporation W. V. Jackson has just noti fled'of'hli'selection as- the East Kootenay representative on -.the ex- ecutive of the provincial Vnited Far- mers' organization. There Is keen dis- appointment here that the convention 'did not decide to go into.politics. The Kaslo riding, in which. Creston is lo- cated, is quite largely agricultural and the local U. F. members are keen to try out their strength in an election fiEht. District Health Nurse Minn McT.n ban is now occupying her own meats and now tnat aha has iiuiintirs ot her own is proceeding to organize tho girls between the age) ot 13 and 20 into three classes for instruction in home and. first and second yea; hospital nursing, as well as giving talks and demonstrations In domestic science. Present May Lister Amateur dramatic societ; are presenting "Tony, the at iuj wai full of pimpla and they wm hard and awfWIjf They tered and irM up, and were Italy, and disfigured My tace. TbtyoiUHd nx to IOK a- lot of sleep, and awfully itchy, mailing me scratch and irritate my face. "I BUrted to UM Soap and'Olntmmt and I tued tin ulua of Cuticura Soap and two bezel of Cstlcon Olntnwot when I (Sixncd) Clifford Yeooiant, Cheuckoolc, N. S. Cuticura for everyday touet with Seap, with Ointment, dun with Talcum. 25.. Oteh.nl 23 Me. Sold throughout theDpminHnv CinadianDtpoC: St.. Ihutnd. wMkm mmt. Cuticura Soap The Velvet Touch For the Skin OMBDsad UM the ftrat two Of Ue week, bat to took Of th. were ilia toth TW _ Bent (or u4 Skin It ftt once par- riafa and oiw death. Ot the newcom- tire were glrji. month at IV, Inches ot rala and 11 inchei ot and the coldest day wai the 5th, when the mercury touched down to above zero. Rev. J. A. Jarley of was here over the InTOitijat reston Valley with a flew to ac- cepting the meant ot Christ Cburch. apjfara to be Quite confident he can pnll thlncs together been no perman- ent vicar for almott nil will ask the Blihop ot Kootenay to transfer him here about the middle of he baa committed matri- mony with an Bnfllih bride who is now on her return to Canada. Constable Petty, who ban been tt charge of the R. C. M. P. detachment here tor the lait two months, has been transferred to Fernie, and suc- ceeded by Searle. Constable Summerfleld, who bai been hen tor several months, hai been moved to Cranbrook. The anticipated revenue ot the police court for February wan hardly up to the Intake from :tnes belnf only J62. (173 worth of motor licensee wera Bold, and the amusement tax for the month was 187.00. CRAVES (M HAROLD KIRBY Distinguished English baritone, now on a Trans-Canada tour, who -wil appear in a recital at Wesley church on Monday iitght. bera of labor and U.F.O. groups Minister of Agricultur were Liberals also, though they did not know it. READERS JOURNAL Some of our finest literature was written expressly lor children. 1 mean ndrvldual children, not children In oncral, though for tbis latter class ii immense quantity has accumulat- (1. How much poorer our list) would B If 'The King of .the Golden Tiea.uro ''The Pied Piper of "Tho Threo and iu Wonderland" were missing. b mention only the most prominent works of this clan. All of tuese were written for the young rlends of the authors. Kuikln'i tale grocer mends Red Rose you will Know he wants you to have the best because, he makes less profit on Kea Rose than on other He Knows it is the best quality. A Quiet Storm-Center Trying Hard To Do Grmvea Reg- istered LONDON. Jan, Mail, Can- adian' Aaeoelated annual report of the Imperial War Oraves Commission .for 191930 states that the total number of .gravM rtgisUred up to September 30, 1920, was 582.- 428, and the number of .burials regis- tered was The er.vent of the) work of exhuma- tion and concentration ot scattered graven lit Franca and Belgium up ta March 22, 1920, Ii Indicated by the following figures: He-interments 577; already known identified for first time unknown 66.79G. The foul number of graves In France und Belgium when the work has been completed would be probably over and number o't ceroetries requiring architectural treatment in addition to the erection of headstones (which Is practically all that will bo required for graves In French Com- munal cemetries) will exceed 1200. The Manchester Guardian remarks that France and Belgium account tor almost half a million registered and authentic graves. It IB here, of course, that the task of re-Interment In the appointed cemeteries becomes the vast amount ot work is needed before theae memorials of the British dead can be left to make their finished appeal to posterity. One dif- ficulty that the commlMlon has had to face has been the shortage oC skilled labor for work on the headstones. The orders for these been distributed throughout the United Kingdom, and it is significant ot the way in which this pathetic undertaking has been approached that an attempt hai been made to let every district see for It- self examples of the chosen regimental designs. The task of the War Graves Commission Is as great us it is significant, and Its difficulties are many as regards both sentiment and administration. The present report is a dignified and encouraging remin- der that the work has been entrusted to the right hands. The War Office states that, pending the consideration ot the erection ot permanent head- stones by the Imperial War Oraves Commission, a temporary wooden cross of the type designed for all war graves, if desired by the next-of-kln, will be erected at the public expense over the graves of all soldiers who fell in the Great War and are bufied in Great Britain and Ireland. Tho next-of-kln who desire the cross to be erected should communi- cate, 1C they have not already done so, with the Director of Oraves Registra- tion and Enquiries, 82 Baker Street, London W.I., within three months, giving full particulars as to burled soldier's name, regimental number, regiment, date of death, cemetery, and row and number of grave. MILLIONS KILLED IN ACTION Wonderful news! Millions end mil-1 Hone of germs killed in action and thousands and thousand? ox victims relieved of -bronchitis, astlilsa, eougha, and eolds. There is great rejoicing in the fact that seltneo has at last in- vested the world's surest death trap for Bronchitis tnre. With the Arst dose this remedy fete right down to ami never in ite destructive work until every trace of tba disease is eompletely removed and tho victim restored to normal hoalth. Letters from all parts of Canada praising this woBderful mixture are literally pour- ing into Read this let- of suffering from that terrible affliction, bronchial asthma, ordered (br all nodical men to close ray bnelaen in Montreal and go south to a warmer climate, but I noticed Tcnr ad. in the "Montreal for above mixture and I said I would give one more trial to health before I my native town, and taank the maker I did. My bronchial tvoeo are elear, the haeking cough haa disappeared, tho wheezing hej ceased as if by magic, and all (Mseomfortl have gone sincu taking your wonderful Corn, 417 McKay Street, Montreal. There is no reason whatever why you cannot be completely and speedily re- te health if you take this rem- edy. You are satisfied or tho money if refunded, according to our guaran- tee. Don't delay. Buy a bottle now front your druggist 18 SOUO INNLETHBRIDGE BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. Sir Arthur Griffith Bos- cowen, who succeeds Lord Lee. was defeated in a recent bye-election largely on the embargo issue and is now likely to seek a safe seat in or- der to take his place in the cabinet. WHS a birthday present to a llttlo girl sho was tho choice between a airy story especially written for her md a piece ot jewelry. How fortunate or later child-world that this par- ticular girl mado the right choice! Pied Piper of Hameliu" written for the son ot ope ot Brown- ing's best friends. It and Herve Kiel" are liked by many who know nothing and care less for his other pouma. "Treasure Islaud" ami 'Alien n Wonderland" had a similar origin. Doth were written to please the young friends ot the authors, and the former might never have been printed it Stevenson had not read art instal- ment of the story to hla juvenile com- panions while an appreciative critic of maturer years was present. Alice was created aa the author roamed and boated with threes girl friends. One ot these, Miss Marion Terry, was the original ot "Alice." It is somewhat ironical that a great mathematician should live in the memory cf man tor the whimsical fancies of 1 is lighter momenta, when his chief life-work is all but forgotten. Nor does the present age boast the only examples of such writing. In tho existing relics of Egyptian litera- ture, not only do we find but also a fairy story written express- ly for tho infant son ot Rameses date 1300 B. C. e "Write It on your hearj 'that every day is the best day in the year. No man has learned anything rightly, un- til he knows that every dny is Dooms- day." In such words doea Emerson, the greatest American essayist, epit- omize one of his most important teachings. The above sentences are taken from the essay "Works and Days." in some .ways his finest ef- fort. Readers of Emerson whose knowledge of him is confined to "Self "Compensation" and "Na- would do well to turn to this I treasure house of good things for fur- ther enjoyment. It begins with an ad- mirable summary of the world's me- chanical progress, which has made such strides that many had begun to think that telegraphy, balloons and photographs were the only things that really mattered; that by advancement in such things the mlllenium would soon arrive. A vast worship of, Mater- ialism was growing up. Today it still exists. The imaginative mind looks forward to tho day when everything will be done by electricity, .when our daily routine will be accomplished merely by pressing different buttons, when battles will be fought from 1m- impress mo, and make notes and cross-references which occur to me as I road, and I notice that none of bin j writings are more marked with pun and pencil than this one. Some ot ills thoughts weave themselvek into our being and by long association assume the solemnity and force of Ijiblo torses. Let me return to the primal mes- sage of the es.say, the great import- ance of tho Present, and in closing let j me quote a quatrain of his that re- cently appeared in the "Shines the last age, the ue.xt with hope is seen, Today slinks off unmarked between; Future or past no richer secret holds. O friendless Present! than thy hoaomjalso considering plans to help remedy Henry Foril, the man who made the flivver famous, is straightening out various perplexities of his own, and folds." the troubles of the rest of the world. mense distances, when tion will bo established A REMINISCENCE OF LORD DUFFERIN I O Q (N. R. in Vancouver World) communica- with other planets, when disease will be anti- quated, and when the heat of the earth, and the energy of the atom, will make us independent of other sources of heat and power. Our first impulse is to think of such a time as a sort of earthly paradise, beside which our present existence is but a paltry substitute. Such was largely the mental attitude in 1870, when this essay appeared, and no doubt Emei-- son endeavored to clear away tho mists of illusion from this chimerical Talkinir about eood stories I have fllture- aet ll forth to lhe thinking just read a delightful letter'from a its truo "sht- He ST. CHARLES' tVAPORATED MILK SAYS GROUP SYSTEM GOVERNMENT CAN'T LAST HAMILTON, Out., Mar. Brackln, M.L.A., for West Kent, ad- dressing the Hamilton Liberal asso- ciation lut night, said group system coald not last, people would divide into political parties In the war in which they bad been brought up. People la Canada irere of two classes, utDfleil with thing) they are, anil those dissatisfied with things as they are. Those who by lawful means were dissatisfied and strore to Improre conditions were Liberals. Tlsc mem- ____less than Bottled them, but, incidentally his letter is full of humor, and one incident he just by the to his child- hood in Ottawa, and in which Lord way of regarding the matter. After enumerating the chief points of recent mechanical progress, he asks: "What have these arts done for oo n Dufferin figures, is too amusing to be the character, [or he worth ot man- a kind? Are men And the ana- lost. T do not suppose the writer of this letter, Mr. Clement S. Lewis, a son oE a. former Bishop of Ottawa, will mind wer he arrives at is soon given: j too plain that with the material pow- er tho moral progress has not kept his name being mentioned. He haajPf8- -Works and days wera offer- lived the life ot a pioneer in the north Cl1 we took works and la clearly a inau who combines And the tone of the tho disposition he with more intellectual attributes. It is apropos ot the fact that, when I "There are days when the great are he was in Vancouver a while hack, he there, 1B on had a bad time with the dentist, that I no condescension even; he tells the storv. "This teeth I when they take us by the hand and ess is he" writes, "and makes we share thelr thoueht. There am me dream oE mice." This being a rath- days which are the carnival of tho year.'1 "The days are made on a loom singular association of ideas, he adds: "That sounds I had better explain. It happened away 'whereof the warp and woof are past back in the when we lived time. They are majestically WitK the cream loft in- TORONTO In CMrtrf Stopping and Butinw CHitrlct in vim "riv.1. iitto UUKOPEAN PLAN on Daly Avenue, Ottawa, and you. I j as if every god brought a think, at Stadacona Hall. It .was at thread to the skyey web. tho wedding breakfast of my eldest lhls miracle is hurled into every sister, when she was married to noh I beggars hands. The blue sky I8 a "amllton, of Montreal. I could not covering for a market, and for the ive been more tlian five. chcrubhi and the seraphim. Tho sky "Lord UiiffHrln-thBn our Governor-'1G varnish or glory with which the to cut the rake. It was one of those three or four-storied af- fairs, built around like tho Tower of Babel.'Me wore a monocle, and it fas- cinutud me. Tile lirst jab lie made haa washed the wholo work, the verge or confines of matter and spirit. Nature could no farther go." Then he tells of the value ot the past, and also the limit of its value. He points out tho mistake in ances- at tho Hike a bunch of mice ran nut immune m nuuca- of It ami over the mahogany. His mon- tor-worship. merit was not to oclo fell and was shattered on a glass I reverence the old, but to lipnor the decanter, and I jumped hock. Some I moment; and wo falsely make mice ran up his waistcoat. He made tt them excuses of the very habit which jjass at them with the carving knife. and defied." and his glass eye fell out, bounced off I he tone of tho whole essay is so a plate and rolled across on to my lap. I got up with a shriek and grap- pled a revered aunt by the back of the neck, where 'the hair is short. She gave a whoop, bent forward under my weight, and her teeth fell out with a splash into a linger bowl .and I went over 'backwards I fled, shrieking, to my room, into which I was promptly locked by all tho scandalized dornon- f don't know whether Lord Duff- erin over recovered his eye, but I know my aunt did her teeth." There are innumerable stories told of Lord Dulferin during' his distin- guished occupancy of the llovenior generalship of Caundit, but I'll h" bound that one has never Keen (he llgkt of print before. exalted, and truths are so forcibly put, and withal in such harmonious prose- poetry, that one is tempted to quote on: tho thoughts are Infinitely better expressed by the author than by an other. Perhaps Emerson is not usually included In the prose-poets, and in- deed one looks in vain for the malodi- ous sentences of De Quincey, "Untwisting all the chains that tlo The hidden soul of but on the other hand there are pass- ages where the peaceful sejenlty of his flowing sentences contrasts fu. vorably with tho extravagant apostro-1 plies of the earlier writer. In none cf liis other essays have I marked many examples of poetia prose. 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