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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUP. tire ummmtxiu MAY 13, 1920 She Xctbbtiboe Detalb Siberia j DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publisher: THE LETHCRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 Clh Street South, Lethbrldge "IV. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director Joiin Torrauce Business Keinber Audit Bureau of Circulations, Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week ......S .15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.5) by mull, per year 5-OJ. a living wage at least allowed for ser- vices rendered. Iu the. consideration of salaries the following statement by ilev. R. J, Siuipsou ot tho Metho- dist tsupeninuuatiJa department. may be said to speak for all demouiu- calls for the thoughtful con- sideration'it desen-es. "It would now sveui to be most pertinent that someone should raise the quMlion: Does the Church kuow, and knowing, docs she me, i that scores ot tho families at lent occupying our parsonages, ot most rigidly practised economy. aro driven utmost to desperation tuv icause of failure 'to make ends ;The Church does nut.know, because 1 these. lueu aro loo proud and loo to voice any complaint; liut Is it not high time that si'iiiwne j should lift up the voice of protect I against conditions which tire little short of tragic, and -whkli arc Do Yoii Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Wnat Is foot-pound? Why is tie dandelion so-called1; How coaws the term j "carat of 4. Why is tha Budjet soralled? What is the meaning and origin of "crucial Why Is Cupid called IXiu Cupid? WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What are Sumptuary Laws? Why is the sunflower so-called" 3. What Is the origin of "Mind you l''s and 4. What la tho House of Keys? What Is a judge? f: Why was Mary Queea of Scots called tho White CLOSE CALL lirakis Kefuse (o Work and Car Runs Off Ferry Inlo River at Bow Island. THE STATE OF .THE SUBWAY Tfae shocking stale of the subway on Thirteenth Street calls for immedi- liUcr.ttou. in its present condition it is nothing short of a disgrace nnd very "slough or despond" to all those .usa .teams and motor cars. The'-spending of money in Improv; ing the subway is a matter of sh'eer aecesjHy and the is a forceful oae Tritb. all iu state Implies, it'In a. cruelty to animals to. suffer the subway to remain in its present wholesome condition. It is against the principles of true economy, in ail the damage It causes to the bolts and springs ot vehicles that pass o'ver it: Left as it is the subway will becoraii more' arul more ''of (in intolerabl The city, ,wc urc lutte it bus lo-Hookr-twice before entering into large expenditures. Uut with the sub- way it.is an imperative matter that every strain should -ba made u> put It into 'shape for traffic. As one of the main' accesses to the city.' troni out- it la on'Thirteenth Street; 'the, city: stands to 'loEe more fain 'by any- nc-glectfui policy forced through'.-an-unwillingness to There is something of an iu president Wilson's hitherto tin- published war instructions its to searching for Jionicts' nesis iu the sea. In llie case of Turkey and tho Peace Treaty a case of Hobsou's choice, and tho Sultan evidently real- ized this in the quick timo he took to make up his raiud as to signing it. Tlie skeleton of a dinosaur, said to be three million years old, discover- j ed in Alberta, has been handed on to Ontario'. The young West Is clearly of the opinion that the proper place for foasiis is the ef.'ete East. ANSWERS 1. Laws to limit the ot food and dress or any luiury.. i. Not because.it turns to the suu. but because it resembles a picture sun, 8. In tho reign ot Louis XIV. when of unwieldy site wero worn and bows were made with very great.form- ality, two things were specially re- quired a "step" with the feet and a, low beud of lie body. Iu the latter the wig would be very apt to got de- ranged, and even to fall off. The cau-' tion therefore of the French dancing- master to his pupils was "Mind your l''s (plods, feet) and Q's j t. Ttie- local parliament of the Isle of Man, consisting ot 21 representa- tives selected by their own body. 5. Inferior judges .'of the superior courts ot law. Because she dressed, iu white mourning oa the death-of her Trench husband. I Spring onions havo made ap- Ipcarancc, but the Spring poet is not I so much in evidence as he and she used to bp. 'Has the poetic ecstasy been damped by tie recent spell of wet weather? In replying to the charge ci' Admiral Sims, Secretary Daniels counter- charges him with delaying the mine barrage in lhe North Sea. He has started the counter attack with a barrage. ThV. is a case where there In an absolute 'necessity that money ihonld bo spent even it it means add- ing a mill or so to the tax rale, in fiew 'oi all the heoefits that will be from making -It negotiable by fehicular traffic, which is far from tho case at tho present time. THE POVERTY OF THE MINISTRY A Toronto paper has the following advertisement "A minister finding it impossible to'live on remuneration received in present employment, desires 'engage- ment in some other business, prefer- ably with motor concern, but if you have need of a man of good char- acter in any honest business paying good wages 'apply to li.R. 7. Thames-viHe, Ont." The advertisement carries with it Ua own reflection on some of those Wh.0 ara wont to estimate the 'returns they receive from those whom they apparently need to minister to their spiritual wants. It draws atten- tion to the meagre salaries which are In many cases received by thoso who carry out tho mission of the Churcli, ,fhc pursuit of gardening, {t is said, leads to contentment. In the quantity of garden seed sold there should he a number of gardens blooming helping to make the people ot Lethbridge a contented one. After presiding over the arts of war as commander of the Canadian Ex- peditionary Force. General Cnrrie is now called on to preside over thft arts of peace in llie post of Principal of McGill University. May "ho be as successful in his new I'ield as iu the ono he distinguished himself. When H comes to ingenuity. Ini the way of thought in overcoming diffi- culties, the human mind is found somewhere which gives itsejf to solve and to 'find the solution' of the prob- lem. The latest suggestion lo over- come the shortage of houses and the high cost of building is that of con- structing residences of adobe. A con- crete example of iho possibilities in this line we read is being furnished in Walnut Park a suburb of Los Angeles where a group of two hundred adobe houses is in course, of construction. It looks as If the high cost of build- ing is going to drive some of us back which would be universally missed 110 tne primitive days.. Uicro no such Institution. Ministers of the Church have to pr0porlloiiiil representation, says clothe, educate, and to bring up Canadian 'Finance, has been in the illea. But there is apparently wan! ot consideration of their worldly needs-in trhad Is doled out to them in tho way of salaries. public eye very prominently of late. Much has been written and much has been said iibout it, but even now the I public has a very vagus idea of this The. position occupied by a minister system of conducting elections The li s. peculiar one. There is a certain COIUlection with the delicacy, In the nature ot the calling, .adoption of IMi. is in the possibility which hardly allows a call tor !imm-io; the it. clal aid in the mailer of a siiitaWej Manilcha. experiment will be watched with keen interest by the other provinces, and it is therefore imperative that steps be taken prompt- tomo to look on the ministerial call- ,y to- inaugurate ing in the way the old apostolic cnll-U canumign e.n that the ing was vJenrcd, in the command electors may be conversant with the operation ot I'.it. If the. system Is to be a complete success, the voters purse. But. however the sentiment mlu, bc informed upon its in the behest, it can bo hardly looked requirements on 03 a practical one or a wise one In the modern century. and living salary tlie ministers themselves. There is, perhaps, some- thing of an Inclination on the part ot sued tint they should depart on their missionary calling without scrip or The laborer in Ihe spiritual vino- yard is as much entitled to his hire as he who labors .Ministers of the Church should meat with the regard, In respect ID recom- pense, as those engaged in the ord- inary pursuits of the world. They should 'ho allowed lo give tbemsclvM wholly to Iholr calling without having to to worried, with tile meagre allow. ances'they generally receive, with how to make botli ends meet. To pauperize tho minister Is tiol tho way to obtain effectual service, nor Is It tho way to attract men of the right and needed calibre to tho Church. In the country districts particularly, Iho clergy arc poorly paid, and this in spite or tho Inconveniences and dis- comforts they havo to meet In min- istering and bringing the comfort and consolations of the Church to the scattered rural districts. The relative valuo of ministers to Jic community should be gauged and Tho New York Outlook puts the re. lationa between Capital and squarely when it says "The promise tor llie future liea In the rapid spread among both employers and employes of the idea of what is culled In gcrt oral terms Industrial democracy, or in specific, language tlio eliop com- mittee plan. Tho fundamental prin- ciple of thw iilea is that the wage workers shall Iravc, through the clc tion ot delegates or some voice In tho management of industry, especially as regards hours and condi- tions of labor, productive efficiency and profits. If, through tho application (if (hia principle, capita and labor can be converted train Inimical nnd mutually suspicious an- Inio partners working mutual am! with mutual tnay Rntcr upon 11 (if Ihelr splendid service during the year had no readily and ably fulfilled thei: required duties pertaining lo office. The election of officers then took place. 'Mrs. J. Welsh was re-elected by acclamation to tho president's chair. Mrs. J. A. Gow was elected vice-president; Mrs, G. Chew, secre lary, and (Mrs. A. C. FYeeman, treas- urer. Tho executive of two were Mrs, J. A. (Jow nnd Mrs. U C. Burnap. The year's work was then reviewed, ani It was learned that tlio amount of J370.5S had been raised. The cncoiir aging feature of lhe financial report was that c-f the amount raised, more than !70 was talent money. The mcm- tlmber burled from a saw ho was working ou struck him iu the face. Anthony G. Shute, former chief in- spector, was appointed Edniontou chief o! police at a salary of Xour Accidents occurred in Kil- monlon Slonday evening. None of them were 0. Fred McKally will havo charge of :tie summer school for teachers thU year in Alberta. Georgo S. Mills was named Liberal candidate in Athabasca at (ho con- vention Monday. Joseph Webb, of Cobourg, was fatally hurt when struck by a C.P.H. tram ou a level crossing. Mrs. Rice Honeywell passed away it her homo in Kaldlmand township, in her nlnety-fourth year. Fire destroyed the barn, stables and stock o( Hoy Henry, of Wart- burg, _a few 'lulles from Stratford. and other employes of the General Electric Co. ut Peterboro have gone on strike. Fire which is supposed to have started from a spark from the smoke stack completely destroyed the Cau-l ada Flax aim at Seaforth. G. H. Brodorick, London, was fin- ed ?200 for having two bottles ot whiskey in his car when, he collided with another automobile. D. A. Craig, M.D., C.M., of London has been appointed to an important position with the Halifax Health Commission. The Famous Name MASON RISCH on a Phonograph "Ve've never been able to keep up to the demand for this wonderful instrument. See It! Hear It! You'ii surely want one. The tone -Quality if }Ike our full, resonant, ersar. Easy terms of payment lll.iine Satnr- motored up hero last week and was a guest at tlie parsonage. Dr. McAllister of Calgary was In town last Friday. Mls.i K. Mason spent Iho lalter part of the week at her homo in Lcth- Mr. Hoiiclier and motored Medicine Hat day. Mr. N'els Gilhorn, Foremost, wat hi town liAi Saturday. Mrs. It. II. Kolierlson a visitor In Wlnnlfrcd last Saturday. '.Mr. Morgan has arrived to lake charge of the Ifaycroft school. Alra, Ifarold shepard, Winnlfred. with her mother, Mrs. Wood ot Orion motored to Bow Island yesterday. Rev. A. D. Mlcharda was present at SI, Andrew's Church last Friday night and thoao present had a ptrxtsant and oducntloral evening as he (Mm hla lecture "Across the throw- ing the different vlc-wu on the screen and describing them plMaiiig manner. In Ills usual STfEl MERGER BILL THROUGH COrrirniTTES HALIFAX. N.K., May Cana- tlian stcnl'merger Mil In connection with the British Km- plrc Steel Corporation, was reported favorably from the committee of tho whole In thfr hotis" M assembly last flight. Own CorrcenonHai) May 11. T. Johnson has bought tho house lately owned by Mr. II. Varby and Is now occupying the same. Quite a bunch or Bcllevuo I.O.O.F.. went to Colcman to cclc- bruto the one hundred and first an- niversary of tho LO.O.F, America. Tho parade- was well attended by llellovuo people. Oharlio Graham has moved his family down from Colcman on Mon- and nro now occupying tlit Van- droph property. Tlio infant chilli of Mr. nnd Mrs. Pctie, who died on Sunday van laid to rest on Tuesday in lljo Ucilovuo Summer Shoes We have everything suitable for the. seaspn's wear in Canvas High Shoes, Oxfords and-Pumps; also all kinds of Outing Shoes with rubber soles for tennis and other sports you may be taking part in. ASK TO BE FITTED ALL AflES W. J. NELSON 4 SHERLOCK BUILDING you dinars We Sails to your indioidual measure Hev. ,A. Hichards, Medicine lint ioersllil) wa5 Ol'c ncw member be- Ing received at that meeting in the person of Airs. A. 'Fowlic. There was a good attendance, and the mooting: closed with a social fhne at tho tea I table, provided by Mrs. Gow antl Mrs. I Burnap, which all thoroughly enjoyed. 1 We offer styles for Young M and styles io suit Older Men, in a variety of Scotch and good Canadian Tweeds and English Worsteds, Look for the Fit- Reform Label, of whicji are originators in Canada; Fit-Refofm McKelvie McGuire felk'yidgC'. ;