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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR_ DA1MT HBRAI.D Tl'KSDAY. MARCH 20.1021 uethDp-ldgi W. A. BUl.'lt.'.NAN Pruident nnd .Man JOHN TOKIIA.NCE Business Mar.acer Audit Eurenti of CtrculMloSi (ubicriotlon Dally, delivered. per Dally, by mall, your 'f 0 months moot he by per yrar Wwklr. year to U.S. Dolly by mail, A FINE TYPE OF PUBLIC REPRESENTATIVE "IHit Corimny Mii'w II, ani! Hint is nil (hut said Hie iMp- tomat. j Yet HII- diplomat unilcrnti'.tt'd ihf- AIMrti j ranc. not not know 1 j Hun Bin- WHS uvfruUii, hlic know Gho j was d'.'foalt'd. for did she not re- c t ;ii.-iiu tin? only Continental Country i.ikln.c parl in tho war thai was not invaded? !l was a question ot dofiui- lion, and I'l-rmam-'s was moro ilccnr- ati' lluin Mr. Wilson's. To her the tcsl .ol det'oa'. wus simple bill di'finile: siu> must al atsts avoid dof.lruc- lion or rapture of her armies and In- vasion iu'r soil. Those luo aims hail IHVU ihr- avow- ed ul" the Aliied world, the irreducible minimum. Suddenly, in tho hour of final disnslf. Germany found unhoped-for aid. and Mr. Wilson, un- aw.irr of Uornumv's well-defined pur- pose. made a de'iuition of his own, ils Do You Know? I TODAY'S QUESTIONS Whore are tho Pillars of llor- o.uren abhorred the smell HKADS OF CAN. ASSOCIATION the real name of i .1 .55 5.01 What does "apex" really moan? Wiiat is the Pinimow flitch? Who wrote "Mur. hail a little MONDAY'S QUESTIONS Has tho summit of lit. Kverest, hishi'fi mountain iu the world. The sudden death at Saskatoon the] fateful inaccuracy and limitation. Some' few there were w'.io warned, other day of George McCraney. fm'l ,mfurt, was 5iKneil. it number of years a member of unheard aiaid tlu; iuliil- House of Commons ul Ottawa, re- ant elallior of a cmmterieit victory, moved from ine public life of H ype tin- much affairs country a man ot the needed in the direriiou of in these unsettled times. A man with the lie most conscientious in his altitude I. S the hi reached hy a balloon'.' How 1'lf Kii.ilt'Sl elevation ih and who] I iliii'ualty cxneri-i ...o.tt heights'.' j highest elevation bi'i'S of the. d? j Tho uneasy conscience of any AHied leader responsible for the error must have souped discordant t; tones which out to ears more truly escape of Germany i ami' tiie kr.ell of the only Kind of! ANSWERS peace which counted, a final ami de-' all is now be- ch'.ivc one. It was Aliieil hands which j j, r0.uh- lo rs--ay the feat from towards all public, questions. real, lint German lie-arts! lno .Liberal in political belief, lie did nof i which fell truest rejoicing. j of I he Karakorum range, hesitate to break from his party when Foch was compelled to release his he felt that it was not truly Liberal I stranglr-hold on the German tiger and allowed only to elip his con- in its actions. malljclll.e. All thai Focb George McCrauey had a ,-hort ca-ilva, to ,10 ho dirt, but we rear iu public life compared with'have his recent declaration in Paris but his name will be re- j that he had expected the Allied Pow- other men. when others are t ers to complete the task after he had j one-third I done his part. north of the Himalayas, hi northwc-si India. I'l.iiiiii feet, reached by the Duke of Ahrnzzi. brother of the King of. Italy, who holds the record. The lac'.; of oxygen, owing to the rarefied comli'iou of the air. On the summit of Everest there is only MR, ROBERT HOBSON Of Hniuilton. Out., rtn-frMy electoJ President o[ the- i.niv'i! .iinl hair- man of tho Hoard. CRESTON CONGREGATIONS TURNED OUT LARGELY FOR EASTER SERVICES CUKSTON. H. C.. Kven BtainUiiK room was lit premium al the Presbyterian church on Eintor Sunday when Mfthodlsl and Presbyterian cong.roKAtlonii held 11 nnilud iiervlco. with 'Mulhodint lor KIIOJ (nkliiK charge ot the service. HIM! Presbyterian James dellv- [erlnj; well thought out i old-tiv.ie pospel talk on [be topic. Swnllom'mi up in Victory." Ap- lirupriitii! music by the Presbyterian choir was in evidence the ehotr rmi- dcriug tht iinlhem. "Slur to while the choir's bins soloist. 0. A. Kby. gave a. masterly rendering of Lord in oty Light." The turnout tho iiiggest ever seen at religious service of any sort in Creston and the intention is to liavo thnm at leant nnnrtarly utilizing Ihe eommodlouB Grand Theatre la future. At I'hrlst Church (Anglican) the number of communicants at the two Easter morn- ing services constituted a rocorrt for tlhat denomination. Al the Uoniiut j Catholic Church, Father Bosscllo also 1 had large congregatioBs. both mnrning and evening, as well as the weok-day mission services he bad cono'ue.tod tho four days previous. DEFENDSRIGHTOF A.I.A.TOAC1FOR President Newlands in Opening Address of Al- llanCe in Edmonton PICKED UP IN PASSING VOH TUB BUSY MAN John A. Wt'ltlior, ilopuly jiostmus- HHB boon pnnnutotl to tho poni- tlou iiostiiKinU'i- ut llumiltou. A. MiicLeau of RaytuDiul, liua been truitHfeiTcil to ;LH lU'Countullt. of iho tiank of Montrenl. Rev. Dr. Dyt-r, former pHndiia! of Alljiirt t'ullcgo, Ijcllovllk-. died at Tcronto. The fii 's decided not to run a the legislalure iu Wet- MR. CMARLESWORTH i VALUABLE MAN Having acquired au extensive know- ledge about irrigation, it would be a distinct loss if L. C. Charlesworth was permanently transferred to the Bepartmeut of Telephones and Rail- ways. -Mr. Charleswurth's intimate ac- quaiaUuce with the irrigation pro- jects in Southern Alberta makes him particularly valuable in the direction ot that branch of the Department of Public Works. It will be almost im- possible to replace him. The Government, therefore, should consider seriously whether it is the thins to do at this time when the Province is on the verge ot ev tensite irrigation development, to place Mr. Charlesworth at the head oC another Department. of the usual amount of 1 l oxygen iu the air. Most people at it was necessary, in orde- lo'ooo'feet would he paralyzed or uncou- j obta'.i' ;lory for the Peace-Maker, that scions. j we should have a Peace Without Vic- Tissear.iTi readied 1..9.-.0 feet. He fainted at. feet. On re-j making this statement. Wade! gaining consciousness as the tyilloon i descended, he found both his com-. Chance jrocs oil to say that by action of Mr. Wilson, as related by "I'crtlnax." "whose testimony." remarks, "cannot be questioned the account with which be is credited." the Allies were after four years of cruel war put in the position of hav- ing either to alienate the American people or accept the settlement of the i pahions dead. The Senate contains 3tf niem- he oers. six in j States, elected for rom each of the Original vears by imi- John Stainer while organist of St. Paul's Cathedral. London, Kag. then President aud "thereby endanger Uicir rightful rights ot victory aud j thosn elements of security for which we hail fought so long." Continuing "Pertiijax's" Mr. j y ILCAN COMMUNITY LIBRARY SOON HAVE VOLUMES COWLEY W. I. HEARS HARVEY ROBINSON IS READY TO COME HOME (From Our Own Correspondent.) COWLEY, Mar. monthly meeting; of the Women's. In- stitute was held In the Masonic Hall on Saturday afternoon. The secretary read i: letter from the Galloway-Gibson Clinic stating that Harrey Robinion was again ready to "come borne. A mo- tion was carried that the institute should borrow sufficient funds to com- pletely finish tills work, as It could i not be delayed until more money was raised. Mrs. Edgett was appointed to go to j Winnipeg for the child. The president, Mrs. D. B. Mclvor, i read the report of the constituency (conference held at Taber, and im- parted a good idea ot the work being done by other institutes in Southern Alberta. RDMONTr-N, first session of the annual general meeting of the Aliiei'ta Teachers' Alliance met in McOoUKHll church yesterday after- noon with President H. C. Newland in the chair. In his annual address Mr. Xewlnnd referred to the fact that the Canadian Teachers' Federation now has a mem- bership of over In referring to recent disputes with the ininlster of education. Mr. Nftwlaml made it plain thai tUu right of ilio alliance to de- fend Its own members had been chal- lenged. He also mentioned that at a recent board meeting of the U.K.A. that body approved of clause five in the model form of agreement. The uresldeut referred to the fact that the so-culled blacklist" is legal, llei __ spoke also of tho value of the alliance I 4 to the ntral teacher and stated that i T 10S- A- McClenagUim Assistant the normal school students were com-1 ot Woodstock 42 years, in- in o the alliance 'llas Deen Postmaster, suc- tl16 allmnce' Ceding U. .1. Finklo, superannuated. 1.1. was mmiiuatcd by Hiygnr ijitierats as catuliduto (or tliu Mrs. .las. Foi of T'ctci'boi'O, died late Timsilay. IHT ..Lishand, ageil 71, having passed away only three days before. John A. Haivd. Saruia'sj City 10u- ginoer, resigned, and City Clerk Stewart, after yours' servica, is given leave of abseuco. ICE BREAKING FRKDERICTON, N. B.. Mar. The ice to the St. John river, both above and helow Fredericton, is com- mencing; to break up. IE the ice should rim out bafore April 1, it would .be the time that it bus done so in 19 A. Mclntosh. pastor of St. j Paul's Presbyterian Church, Port Ar- i thur. has been invited to become PASS UP DIVIDEND CHICAGO. Mar. anii Co., today passed up the usual quarterly. dividend on its common stock. This action was attributed by the company to slack business. Chance quotes the following him: Foch and his staff even went (From Our C'orrespoiulent.) VULCAN. .Mar. public U-] from brary inaugurated by the Vulcan j Community Club some six weeks ago. j is growing 'very rapidly. Over 400 volumes have already been voluntar- MR. M. A. BtiuWm Of Medicine Hat. Alia.. Vive-Fresidcnt and Chairman of the the Western Canada Association. C.P.R. EARNINGS MONTREAL, Mar. earn- Ezra Arnold brakeman j ings forthe month ot February, 1921. of Hiuchinbrook. Ont., died in Belle- Lxecutive of j ville Hospital as a result of his head Colonization striking a car at Mary grille Station. expenses 594.92; net Increase decrease in gross soclate pastor of St. Stephen's church, Winnipeg, with Hev. Dr. C. Yf. Gor- don. The body of Lome McMillan of Mil- le. Roches, missing since December 33, was found in' the River St. rence; no trace has been found ot Norman Henry, lost at the same time. The Presbyterian Church of Beaver- ton, Ont., has extended a unanimous call to Rev. Ed. G. Hobb, M. of Toronto, formerly pastor of St. Ste- phen's Church, North Vancouver, B. C. Lieut.-CoI. B. M. Humble, D. S. O., before tho war manager ot tho Em- press Hotel, Victoria, has inherited four estates in England and far as to examine the tiueuuon as to A SERIOUS INDICTMENT To make charges iu a general way. without the naming ui individuals, thus bringing discredit on nil the members of the judiciary, is in its vague and comprehensive character unjust. In making the statement he did in the Legislature, in referring to _ what he alleged was the lax enforce- previously public opinion in both Ens- land nnd France had certainly been ment of the Liquor Act by tnose who by tne exchange of mes- straits the German armies were in, "But of course the French and Brit- ish Governments coultt not support even the idea of parting company with America, even if at that price they--were to insure the full advan- tages of complete victory. "Moreover, for nearly six weeks tried offenders who were brought nr. Wilson and Her- fore them, 0r. Stanley, the member Hn. The very praise it had been deem- for High. River, said, as he is reported, j that judges could he seen reeling ed wise to shower on Mr. Wilson in j both countries was reacting against j the two Governments and placing through hotel corridors under the "M moro power in his hands. Iluencc of drink. "As one French statesman put it, in making an anonymous charts of I'Our arm has been caught in the Wil- wheel and the whoie tiody had to The librarian. Mr. Lindsay, who donating his services free, started is- suing the books on the 19th inst., anil there has been a brisk demand ever since. The Club does not antici- pate any difficulty in securing at least: luiio books in this manner, and it is i believed that this free circulation of j literature will be a great benefit to the community. We might also add: that the lumber and work ot erecting j the shelves and installing same were donated free of cost by another citi-! this description, the member for Highj Hiver should have been particular in giving names. Failing to do this he has placed the whole judiciary of the Province under a slur. An accusation follow.' -At that time it was tne firm pur- yose of the Allies to impose a military victoiy on Germany, since there is in such a victory a moral consequence which could never be obtained by an armistico. should have achieved it. and we sec now the -nany tne capital. VULCAN (Fr.nn O-.ir Own VULCAN. Mar. McClimal. the Bank of Hamilton staff, Cal- ot sary, is speud'ns the Easter holidays with bet- parents here. Miss O. Caissle was selected to rep- resent the Vulcan teachers at their convention being held iu Edmonton this week, and left ou Friday night qucuces of this premature action, and i we remember especially how the Ger- Mr. Frod Mertcs. who sold his farm- interests hero two years ago, and MAJOR-GEN. A. D. McRAE, C.B, Managing Director of the Western Canada Colonization Association. SPRING COULEE SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) uC this however it may come within the privilege of the is extremely unfair in iis wholesale con- donation. If Dr. rilrmlcy knew lroors ,vcr, back to j nioved SF'RIXf! COULEE. Mar. SS.-lIr-i. tiameu of loe men whom he: so char- as victors." JOH business. j Cnlp was the victim of a very Hcterized he should have had no coin-l The writer in the Outlook states I jiallry has distnsert of i painful accident Insl week. In com- punction in disclosing them. Failing j that he was sviven the whole story his furm north of Vulcan :n an Amer ing down stairs she slipped and fell this he should have held his peace I which he subjects to print by "Per-i'can and has moved to .Milk Hive.' until he had definite information. the to the hottom, tearing the he will ensage in the ranchinK! of her foot. She is a little better at j i business Mr. and Mrs. Ernst were present and we hope for her recovery For the honor of the bench in the] editor of L'Echo de Paris, as related jvery surprised on Tuesday soon. Province. Dr. Siamey should meution I lo him by participants in that War .when u number oi their j Mrs. J. L. Mercor enterHined a 'Council tbno France's delegates. He j friends gave them a party at their number of Irnly frin.mla last Friday j that later he received confirma-j home, the occasion being to present, i'.temioon. Those preivit them with a set of Cominunitv s vor' A. Muiivoe, llrs. C. i .11. lion of this hitherto unpublished aml an thfi fsism Mlsr. 'ter from Mr. Clemenceau himself, anil! tilcir Stutz art! Miaa Birbaro Olen'i of "final evidence as to premature friends here, who greatly regret their j Cardston. departure. M'rf Allrr-d was in Mon Mrs..C. S. Hall la spending the i day on business. "i Easter holidays in Calgary a guest of i H. Darby ralnrnsd Friday after with Germany without giving any! Mrg> spending the winter In England visit- notification to or conaulling with tliej The photoplay "The Heart of nu-i Ins his olrt British, French or Italian Govern-1 manity" was shown to n crowded] mcius. These Governments had on Thursday night at the to face what had become an accom- j import, the individual names of those of whom he has the knowledge of having been "seen reeling through the hotel corridors.'1 la the public interest this is imperative. The bench of the Pro- vince cannot afford to stand under the nameless imputation made. It discredits the whole judiciary, in the absence of specified names. The charge made by the member for High River is a sprious one. but far more serious in ils general nature. Unless he can. give chapter and verse to prove his accusation it is one which i< to be condemned and lo be stamped AS entirely unfair. Let the member peace." According to Mr. Wilson started negotiations for peace! for High Uivnr name whom he lias spoken. the A NEW LIGHT ON THE SIGNING OF THE ARMISTICE Germany, in the: attitude taken in regard to discharging obligations of the Peace Trenly, has assumed tho role of a country that has neither realized nor accepted the fact that she has been beaten. In the light ot recent events this has be- come obvious, and in relation to this what is itf the nature of a revelation comes from the special correspond- ence of Wade Chance in the York Outlook. He places the responsi- bility of the signing of ths Armistice, and so effecting ft compromise peace, on ex-President Wilson. Mr. Chance writes: When Mr. Wilson was negotiating the Armistice, on Allied diplomat in Washington said: "Mr. President, why tlu you make peace with "llocausc Germany is I flip piUhed fact of the greatest especially it meant that the Armistice to be imposed on Germany was to lie connected with the accepl- of ance of Mr. Wilson's Foiirtoen Points i and his subKeouent pronouncements. II. is further stated in the article referred to that in reply Lo a query by Mr. (Jlcnienceau as to what 'iils happen if the Allies did not accept l1'- Fourteen Points laid down by Mr. Wit-1 son. f'ol. House aaid "Thon, I think, the President will conKiflri' that the conversation l i.wcen himself and the Allies is lit au i ly askwl: 'And n-nuM v.'ith Gcniiany 'On thnt pi any asRiranci HOIIKI-. "Thai y. then characteristieal-- your :ii.-n come to an int I calinnl givf; you Colonel MONTREAL, Mar. inand Gravel, one of three victims struck by 9 single bullet during an accidental shooting affair at Cartiersvillc yesterday, died this morning. The bullet which struck Gravel had previously killed Leo- pold Valiuuette and after passing through head had slight- ly wounded Felix Dumont, did no! then make jioa-'e and cunfonu thlMMSelV'S to lilt1 i'dinls and to the rest of Mr. Wilson's poli- cies." Foch, to "PtM'finax." and as conveyed by Wudo Chani-n. uneiled tivo or three tn cum- Dlctc Ills bull lo. The rroich GUI urn- mcui. yieldc-i't to pressure and lo the our terrible cont ami future undoing." Ilowcvnr tin; news related in the. Onllofik may hi; interpreted it at lea.Ht MTVCS to throw a very interesting and novel on the circum Hint led to thil KlBlliUS of tho Anui.'itice. M. Braclcan was In Lothbridge last week hnying hay. Carroll Baptists left Wednesday to spend tho Easier holidays in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. N'eiison of Raymond spent a I'r-u- days hero last week with their Mrs. Miff Allrcd. I Mr. nnd I. M. Coombs, of Card-j wpro iu town Thursday, the i of their daughter Mrs. .1. U Mercrr Mr. Coombs was here in. the i teiTSIs of the Herald. Mrs. .loo Workman spent a few days ast word; ill I.t'.thbridge. Mrs. Marry Hearn, of Lethbridge, is npra visitiiu' bnr sister. Mrs. Orock. fieorpi ('obiter, section foreman here, was called to Canlston Thursday night lo attend the death-bed of lilp vouuRest child. The llttlo one passed away Frirlay morning. Mrs. Juke Workman and four child- ren of sprint last week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wor.kir.nn and family. The ilaiicti Friday night was .1 sreal, succr.-ss. All present resort the timn oi (hi? season. Mrs. II. E. IMlo.y had l, sister three children visiting her last wenk. Emery Harrua made a business trip to Magrath Hatnrday. Mr. Prod Brestler Mrs. A. Muiiroe motored to Mograth Sal- nrday. Mis.; Helen Anderson for the Carder rit.y Saturday to spend a few days willi frlendf. Mrs. Em. Tollostiup. Miss Mary Mat kin. Wallace Dudley and "Nig" Cole man. of Mnpralh, niont Sunday here Well, now, who could resist the beau- tiful, light, mouth- watering doughnuts that Cream of the West Flour makes It's a wonderful bread flour, too. Hedley Shaw Milling Co., Limited Medicine Hat, Calgary Kamloopi, Vancouver CREAM FLOUR CREAM OF THE WEST FLOUR was formerly sold under brand name "King's Quality." It is milled at the big mills of the Hedley Shaw Milling Com- pany, Medicine most complete and most modern mills in .wllb Mr. and Mrs, Jim i ;