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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR I HE LETHBRT3GE DAILY MAHCII 19'Jt THE LCTHBMIDOC HRMALO PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED Ml Mh touth, AIMHl W. A. WJCHANAN mid Manncitiff Ptrecw JOHN TOHILASOB if u si M Audit Subicr lotion Dally, 'ifllvuT-J, by mall. your Dtlly, bj in.ill fcr 6 months Dally by mill. :i months by raitii year to b.3-. ftiire will useful hi I'l'foi'tUig, uiul jthrough ii vUl IT thn menus of, ,j diffusing a more tntimalu knowledge j of .wlmt IK a tltelim'tly prog roust ve I'tmn in tlio way of ch'ctions, i RESUMING TRADE WITH RUSSIA If tliiM-t1 is anything in uf altruism it should sulficu'iit in justify tlm tnido iisriH'inent wliii-h Groat liritain has nuuif with Kussui. From ;i sentimental point it lias to bf ;ul 111 itlin! tliin itu1 opening up o'" tradr rckuiuus with Uu.- Soviet Ow- (Tiinu'iit, Uiiott'iiit; reputation of tlnit Government, is objecttonuble. lltit sentiment cannot be always u solo yiiiilo, uor should it bo allowed to what may prove suds to be beuefk'ial. YUuitevor view Do You TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How did bank notes originate! L'. What was tile' kirccst bull built? Was it over In actual uso? I. why li.'iy of on the Gulf of St. so callod'.' Where is the largest storage liam ill Illc world situated? 0. What is tlio agsrt'Kalo capacity of th'' elevators ot Canada? lUt of U, u udilrevt by itlicuuion on plutx. Simiu Pvrianf: llun contributed both tu rtMnllnm tuiil addraiweii given at inri'tlniis. Southern I'ralrlu: Avorugn attend- ance of IS. Following Short coursn In cooldUR. Kopher tall contest, iiriioB in schools, .to schools uod playgrounds, donnUotut to Travollorn' AW. I'Vitonitlon fund, for nttpnllon. of noedy. THE MILITIA MOVEMENT The visil ot Sir Henry Uurslali, In ipector-Qeneral of Militia, to the serrc to give enthusiasm ami j "as to be recognized that i( is one ofj taken of the new trade policy TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. is Harratry? What was tho baronetage of Nova Snitia? j was the author it the line.. ;d u its ro. left uur country for our country s s.llos I. When was tho "Groat Eastern" dance hold. The of revising laws for minion anil I'hildvon was studied, papers read and endeavors made to provide bettor nursliif ser- vice, to form bahy clinic. How Island: Membership of 6IJ. Fol- lowing activities: Kest room kept opoti. joined with U, K. W. A. in buy- organ, speeches given, relief and M4 inHUtlon ktld (rut lid div tend IRK Wide Avtki: of 10. Iu bunk 153. S5. Macltod Ktforts connncil to social and cuiu niunlly work. Littlt Vow Mttle Uow roiwrt was given by Mrs. J. Uunubler of Cknmplou. Fiarous: Mimibomhip of 70. AcUvi- Huko raff lei, u 1 1 no. kodak picturo Afternoon Session add interest to the militia movement i expediency with the object ahead that H launched? What became of it? AVhat is the mime of tho Uir here. The movement carries with it of mutual benefit, liie highest ideal of citizenship in policy of no truck or trade crcatins the sensing of the obligations: wi'h Iho Soviet Government is to of thn chizen to be ready to iletciulj rule and that Russia should be loft Ills country if need be. j in isolation as regards iier relations The milUia movement is by no'with the vest of the civilized world, means r, militaristic movement. If, there will be an injnslice to a large that were so there would not be found portion of the people there .who. it unyoiie to advwale it, in the horror! may he well recognized, are nut re I gest cai'iio carrying vessel? 1. In Education in Alberta was dealt with at some lengih by Mrs. F. W. Hughes of Caveirdish, in her direc- tor's report which opened tho after- noon session. Mrs. Hushes outlined the two ob- of tho Institute: To get the I benefit of group gatherings which can- 't I not bo obtained alone, and the oppor- !tiou gained by working in concert. 'The institute has passed through a m'o have learnt to regard war from the dreadful experience of it. It is in its nature the opposite, as its trend is to safeguard the recurrence of war. in that it is not an aggressive but a d tu> plt hl tUe creation m..the schools, advocating some tend to the "nuouragenient of Bolshe vism, in the hopeless conditions j which the people there be placed with nothing to stir ambition or to en- thuse the hope for better conditions. They v. ill yield to it in the way of yielding to the inevitable- Russia I can'be only stirred to ideas that make j for stability and be clothed with in- line action, itself does not constitute j the Government. It is better in the inter- jests of humanity ;uid civilization Tlie movement for making citizen soldiers cannot be correctly regarded with the one Idea oE war, even in its jireventatiYe nature as its inspiration. It should be viewed in respect to what training iu the militia will conduce to in raising the moral standing of the. Touths of the countrv and in givmg j splrations that make for these by the them the healthy advantage which opening of trade channels, which in physical training of the kind con- tributes to. H will aid our youth inlthe offlcial recognition of the Soviet giving them u healthy anJ manful oc- cupation, with interests and affilia- tions which tend to exalt rather than, to debase, k creates comradeship ot j teracting influences against Bolshe- the best kind and impresses responsi-! visn> tlllm jt lic allowecl lo nurse hllitlM and obligations which cannot'itself have its hut have their effect in making Passive accept- the risht lines of conduct. f ance iiy a There is a mistaken view of the mil-1 Great Bpitahl itself Tlrl" by itla movem.nt held by some, which Waning of trade with Russia, and province had been g charter in 1621. In 183S the creation ceased to carry winth it the grant of lands in Nova Scotia, and oa the union of England with Scotland iu 1707 the creations ceased altogether, o. George Harrington, sentenced to transportation to Botany Bay for pocket-picking. In 1776 a theatre was at Sydney, the principal act- rumu Hud final payment made on room, donations lo various funds, e.hildron'8 supper, book shower, Icc.ttoti ot couiiong, UHslotance to tho needy, given at Carmangay: Activities: pronrauis, donionstritlomi, K heard, card party for Chinese famino fund, effort to start hot hinches in schools, prizes offered. Noblelord: Activities: study of Ca nadlan authors, "Parcel Post" held, pictures and games supplied schools, philanthropic work done, donations to various funds. Golden Hnle: Membership of Activities: Addressee given by noted visitors, social affairs, picnics, card parties, box socials, bean .supper, din- ners, oil placed In schools, or- gans iu schools, aid to tho needy, var- ious sales, work in cemetery and as- sistance in many ways. Ked Cross: Membership of SO. Ac- tivities: Kxchango of patterns, flour sack contest, prizes donated, assist- ance to patient in hospital and needy, whist drive, kitchen utensils pur- chased, dance given. Vulcan: Membership of 39: Activi- ties: .Lawn social, quilt made, various donations given. Ac- two recitals, four dances, whist drive, violet tea. concerts, books and much Monarch: Membership of 68. tivities: Addresses, box social, system whereby the teachers might i assistance given school In various a school warrant, with in- ways, recitals given by music teach- terest. Mrs. Hughes thought that the doors shoitld bo open to all good teach- ers, whether on permit or otherwise, and though that as inexperienced teachers get the same salaries as ex- perienced teachers, while gaining their ers, assistance to tho needy and slek, addresses given by prominent speak- ers and institute members, three day course ia dressmaking. Reid Hill: Membership of 50. Ac- tivities: Reception for returned men, being convicts, and Harrington 1 at the district's expense, I picnic, dressing rooms built at lake, wrote the prologue containing the tvorcls for the first production. 4. In'ISSS. 5. After being employed to lay the Atlantic telegraphic cable in 1S65-G6 It was used for some tinift a show ship, and then sold at auction in 1SSS and broken up. 6. The Minm tic Transport Co.. of tons. the right propaganda to correct. It 13 essential ihat it should not lie confounded -with anything which sav- of -militarism. Its heartiest sup- porters do not hold with this. The essence of ilio movement is to raise meii -who will be men, with all that tho physical training gives and with all that is inculcated with that train- ins. the prosperity which by the means' 'will be introduced into Russia willi the ratepayers should set value re Warner was givou by Mrs. Hunck of Milk River. Xew Dayton: Membership of HI; various subjects were taken up in ad- dresses, wrappers collected for Trav- ellers' Aid. community picnic, dance and whist drive held. Thn junior branch have made quilts, hold dances, and done work. United Activities alone thn lino of sowing and .social work. TFavn opened rest room, First Aiil kit pnn-baKeil, flowers Nent t.o needy persons aHsiateti. flan (Inmil.fKl to school, bazaar hoM. Ttif: jnnlnr niemhci'K held suc- cessful Imxiiar. aiul plan on camping trip to Wntnrion Lakew. Milk River; Memljorship of monthly i-jml iilso r-ard par- linn lu'ld iin 'I r uvular programs ciir- rlnd nut. Ai.-l was sent, to drought aufr'eters, HOWLTH and visits to sick. Girls' club has mom harsh ip of 20, re- are made, vai- Cook. Retlaw; Clement Camp- bell. Klnniburgh: Mrs. Cl. A. Danforth, Taber: Mrs. S. F. Turner, White Ash; Mrs. J. R. Tjeloup, AVhite Ash; Mrs. J. Kuox, Whitn Ash; Mrs. Mae Turner, Magrath: Mrs. .T. N. Beaubier, Cham- pion; Mrs. W. 1C. Uilns, Retlaw; Mrs. E. D. Dantortli, Kinniburgli; Mrs. E. M. Danforth, Klnniburgh; Mrs. J. H. Marsh, White Ash; Mrs. Ehoblanc, White Ash; Miss HJ. Peterson. Wnite Ash; Miss I. Noble, Daysland: Mrs. J W. Morrow. Medicine Hat; Mrs. J. Stmill, Dayton; Mrs. M. Engel- kinjr. Ooltlen Rule: Mrs. H. S. Allen, Raymond; Mrs. .V. .T. Anderson, Earn- well; Mrs. W. S. Johnson. Barnwell; Mrs. B. E. Bussian, Del Boultu; Mrs. Ft. Morison, Xobleford; Mrs. R. U Rasli, Purple Springs; Miss May Mc- Isaao, Edmonton; Miss Edith Ash- more, Duchess; Miss Beatrice Davis, Spring Coulee; Mrs. A. Clayton Green- away, Raymond; Mrs. A. W- Kirkham, Raymond; Mrs. A. Nilson, Raymond; Mrs. A. McMillan, Seven Persons; Mw. A. D. RoUe. Bow Island; Mrs. Josephine Foley, Now Daytou; Mrs. K. Huuclv, Milk River; Mrs. W. C. Fry, Champion; Mrs. B. Hummel, Champion: Mrs. X. O. Anderson, Champion; Mrs. GeO- Knudson, Coal- dale: Mrs. J. J. Leffjer, Coaldala; Mrs. S. Pike. Barons; Mrs. J. Leartbetter, Cardaton; Mrs. R. May, Cardston; Miss B, Buyley, Brooks; Mrs. C. L. Bambuck, Brooks; Mrs. G. It. Ryer- son, Coaldale; Mrs. J. Woodruff, (llenwoodrille; Mrs. D. R. Mclvor. Cowley; Mrs. O. B. Hall. Taber; Mrs. Mabel C. Porter, Purple Springs; Miss G. (leTurbevlllft, Edmonton; Miss Hilda Ralnbord, Bow Island; Miss Lottie Hall. Magrath; Mrs. C. A. Foulsen, jMagrath; Mra. F. TV. Hughes, Cavendish. mr the The other bndfOi of the aftornoon Includtd J. Tureeon, cov- ernniuut, Kilmtono. vho tho do I ate frofci tho Col. 'right, Nelson opposition Medici no Hit. and Mr. Kwinn. Grtit Growth Mr. TurBUon dealt principally wilii the largo expansion of thn Albortu government telephones from auli- Bcribera with revenue in laOS, to subscribers with fl, net rerenue In 1920. Defend- ing the government telephones against remarks made the previous day by Major James Lowry, I Opposition Alexandra. Mr. Turgeon said that while thero might be tele- phones in Saskatchewan, provin- cial government there had nothing to do with the construction and opera- tion of many of thu systems. Urgts More Taxei Col. .Speucfer urged sending a rep- reeauutlre to London to help fur- ther tlifi campaign to open .British markets fcq Canadian cattle. He urged further attention to encouragement of coal production, and declared.that the province would have to seek wid- years, has resigned, fields of taxation. Col. Spencer PICKED Uf IN_PASSING V 0 II T H BUST 11 A N Hunfr him tlio first town euundl in its history. A new high Kchool will erentud ut costing Ilov. W. S, Mrownlee, Anglican tor at St. Thimms, is deiul ut tltc of S5. Smith's Falls board of education re- quire for school imniosos this yenr. The Itody of a newly-born malt; child was found In the Tay canal, near Perth. Harwich county council has docitlod to stick to the system of statute labor, and appointed itathmasters for 11121. GoT-don Mplminp, Gait, was serious- ly injured Svhen kicked in the face by a horse. Alex. Bell, who has served Dereham township for 42 years, being clerk 27 thought an agreement might be reach- ed with tbe Dominion government to thing. on a similar basis to try to get a share of a commodity or sales tax. Hon. Mr. Mitchell Iu concluding .the budget debate. Hon. C. K. Mitchell, provincial treas- urer, said that the four hundred tlion- St. Patrick's Day was celebrated iu Montreal by the largest procession ever held there on such an occasion. Sylvia Sansone, London, will lit} tried at the spring assizes on a charge of attempted robbery. David of Edmonton, was sand dollars spent on the Alberta and j elected High Chief Ranger of lhe high Great "Waterways Railway, which had i court of Alberla, Indopeudent Order been questioned by Mr.' lowing, had! of. Foresters. been advanced on governor's war- rants. The government did not have The T. N. 0. Railway's gross the legislature's authority to spend the earnings iu February totalled his daughter. A Northern Association is Municipal Electrical projected For muuicl- money on this line owing to the Slid- a record for any single month leu change in affairs which put the in its history, road into their hands. The leglsla- turn at the last session had provided I Sam G. Ellis, of West Nl5.-niirl, is one hundred thousand dollars, but I suing Invin Barber, of Whitjwootl. this was conditional that the road be! Sask.. for unstated damages fur seduc placed under a management. It had therefore been necessary to advance four hundred thousand dollars for im- mediate repairs in order that trains might be operated. He quoted the statute to show that the procedure in this matter hnd been regular. Sinking Funds The provincial treasurer said that many authorities were of the opinion that sinking funds were not a wise things, does the provincial treasurer asked Nelson Spencer. I take a middle replied :he minister. The minister went on to quote from Dr. .Carter Adams, a financial author- ly. The province was spending money, he said, on permanent im- jrovements and it was not fair that tho people of today should be called upon to pay more than their fair share. Is the opinion ot the minister in respect to sinking funds for muni- cipalities? Cities are compelled to have said H. H. Crawford, (Op- South Edmonton. The minister replied that in tlie case of a municipality it was differ- ent because their conditions could change much more quickly than those palities obtaining power from Severn. Eugenia and Waadell Falls. Mrs. D. Cameron, of Outlook, Sask., formerly of Bishop's Mills, died as tiiu result of burns re-jcived while placing paper in the stove. Win. Chantler, Windsor, has asked for an investigation involving tin; board of education and Dr. E. Biehu. school dentist, for personal injuries to his eight-yeur-old son as the result of Dr. Biehn extracting four sound teeth. of the whole province. The minister gave some- time tu tile statement of Dr. LJlow, (Opposi- South Calgary, to the. effect that the government had sunk in the B. D. 13. c. He said that the government liability was and rebuked the Calgary mem- ber for his inaccurate figuring. L'p to the present, he said they had enly paid In interest. EASTER FOOTWEAR The footwear styles for Spring, and Easter showing are numerous and also very most anything that is desired can be found. STRAP SLIPPERS various desigus, in Suede, Kid, and Patent Leathers, are vory Also OXFORDS AND BROGUES prices arc more reasonable thau for In Brown Leathers. The some time and range to per pair. WE CARRY THESE IN WIDTHS TO INSURE PROPER FITTING. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING. immmiiimiiiumim MACDONALD'S Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money Packages t M TOBACCO SL ;