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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE "LGTHBRIUGB DAILY HERALD FR1DAV, MAY 14, 1920 tetbbrfboe Devalb Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY V Proprietors and Publithtrs THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 Street South, Letbbrtdje W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director I John Torrance ?fit Business Manager land? is a prujmgauda of hato beini; spread throughout the-, country of most poisonous, malicious aud dangerous character ID which Kug- land is represented as an arrosuut. grasping and brutal country, Iniensv- ly jealous of Undo Sam and dullLi- erately hostile. It is the same kind of propaganda which iuflatmnt tler- mauy. It reaches down to tho ignor- ance aud passions of tlie SSUID Taunts in 'American, newspapers are answered by gibes la Kuglish news- ropers, bitter speeches by American sfantsn arc cabled to England, hurt. Alcoa" God! Is :he world nut old enough to rid of all that silly, childish barbarism? Has i. learueJ I lesson at fill out of the massacre of Do You Know? TODAY'S-QUESTIONS 1. What is (he niMulQg 'of "eerry- 3. .What U 3. What is the meaning of dimiis In petto? 4. What was the cost of the war to (lie of 5. What other name has the eere- uiiium? j What Is the meaning of "in lands of committees. Then Mr. Kit-by, who had been "working to get tho town council and-W.l. to- gether In the improvement ot the ;own square or baseball ground, slat-1 td.WslSWWV proposal, of the ;oivu council to go part If no} Ihalf financially met with geiieral favor, ceiria'Ut ardour bad been seri- linmrh of Women's' Institute Heurd and Acted on Reports. ously dampened by the trespassing propensities ot neighbors' cattle- and sheep, hesitated beloro throwing themselves. with enthusiasm or "jveu viewing with favor any attempt to bwutlly town. THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS What la a fool-pound? Is the dandelion so-called? How comes the term a "oar.it of j dent of Own CAUDSTOX, May Card- branch of Women's Institute nelcl "very busy meeting on Friday th. A letter from Mrs. Noble, presl- tfember Auilit Bureau of its youth on the altars ot stupidity? Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per'week ......5 .15 Daily, delivered, per year Are civilized peoples to go on mud at each other for sport, Daily, by mail, per year 5.0J 1-5'J i Weekly, by mail, per year to US. :.0i) 3-0JI frontiers or (Vcekly, by mail, per year 1-W vocaUvc cri( bovs at each other across ilu- the seas, utteriui; pro- ies like dirty little schpoi- to each other, for the sake of Why is the Budget so-calleJr What the meaning and origin of a "crucial 0. Wuy is Cupid sometimes Cupid? allied SIDELIGHT ON THE PRICE OF SUGAR The effect of the I'vils of nursing in industry in a commodity of uni- versal consumption such as sugar, iu desire to help out local concerns. E vividly brought home in The price sugar as it is affecting ihe people of the States. It shuivs that artificial ANSWERS 1. The unit of result In estimating work done by machinery. Thus if we i take one pound as the unit of weisht scoring off each other in newspapers j n foot gs the uni( o( a and political debate.-, careless of tta'j would be the pound weisht horrible dangers vhlch ;ire tltereby i raised one foot. i A corruption oflhe French dent I lie lion (lloti's tooth) from a supposed resemblance of its leaves to the teeth of a lloa. was read in which she spoke of her i visit to Cardslon as official lecturer as arranged for June -9th. She point- ed out the great eipense of the U-ctur- ins tours, and.solicited the co-opera- tion of not only tho local AV.l. but of 11 other organizations and of all In- dividuals Interested in making her vork effective and ,'tir-reachiug in its esults. The W.I. vras also reminded Urs. liobt. Needs. 1224-5th Ave. A, rftbbrEdgc would receive donations (ither cash or Royal Crown soap cou- caused? Is it not rather lime to understand that there Is no such thing as "ling- land" or the United States" ur in an abstract sense, but nations made up of immense numbers of individuals, mostly simple people jvl'elher by tariffs or otherwise, have; the lids in helping to decrease Imparts, j anxloils ,o do lhejr ,n haT. j las no cause of quarrel with, other i folk unless provoked by campaigns of hate, having the same qualities of humanity in London as in York, in rittsburg ;us in Manchester, in Paris as In Chicago, struggling to get a little joy in life, mating, bringing j up children, in no way eager for war. having enough trouble already in keeping ihe wolf from the door and the body" from the grave. Any American who comes to Kng- land may be sure of a friendly wel- come from 3. friendly folk. Any Eng- lishman who crosses the sea to Am- erica is sure, as 1 know, of untiring kindness and "the Stad hand." Why, then, this campaign of abuse in the. newspapers? When there are differ- ences of policy why not deal with j them with gravity and dignity, and with an understanding that masses of leopie disagree with the actions of heir governments and are not guilt? of any policy which their govern- ments for the time being adopt? Let us talk to each other as individuals and not in an abstract way as na- :ions, as though all men iu a nation :hought alike. Let us cut away the canker of in- ternational Jealousy and prejudice which has no reality In the "souls of simple men and is a poison spread by sinister villains or stupid fools in the political arena, the. newspaper world, and tho 'financial jungle. 1 am ail for the simple folk who" in in unwholesome way of placing burden on the consumer. In ninny sections ot tlie press iie United States the price to which lugar has advanced forms the theme 5? comment, and tlie nature ot these t very edifying. It is re-ported llut the Sugar Equal- ization IlKlrd could have bought the 2uban crop at six imd a half cents. The Spokesman Hevlew draws atlcti- :ira to the fact that the Cuban Jlin- ister at Washington stated on Monday tist that it should not be forgotten .hat the Cuban government aud the Tuban planters are on "record as hav- twice voluntarily offered to sell :be present crop "to tb'e United States Sugar Equalization Board at cents per pound." The U.S. Government's failure to leize that opportunity, the Spokane' paper points out, is recorded in an Associated' Press dispatch from iVashington. date of January 3 last. 'President it reported, "has decided uot to exercise the powers conferred in the McNary sugar con- trol bill authorizing the purchase and iistrihution of the sugar crop, ae- :ordlng to a statement issued tonight at the White House." Tbe Wbite House statement en- tered into a long argument thai there would be an abundant supply ol sugar without the Cuban crop. But the matter has a worse aspect it is publicly charged in Congress ihat the President's advisers were in- flueHCod by a purpose to keep out the Cuban' crop to let the IxmtsEdna sugar producers get high prices. for :heir product. Representative Tink- bam of Massachusetts declared in a speech February 14 that a govern Bent agreement with the Louisiana producers last fall for 17 and IS cent sugar sent prices skyrocketing, "be- cause sugar was llicn selling at nr 12 cents a pound at retail, am prices on the Cuban crop were raisei from 6-12 cents to 12-li by this ac lion." The reflex of the fiction of tlie Gov srnment o[ the United States, with the resultant rise in the price of Cuban sngaf, is felt indirectly in Can- Ida in (he present price ot the article. This is aggravated by conditions pre- vailing in the sugar Industry in Cuba, allusion to which has been already made. The effects of a policy of re- stricting imports have a very wido range. 3. So-called from the carat bean ar seed of tho locust tree, formerly em- ployed In weighing gold and silxer. 4. The word if- the old I'nUcli a bag. and the present use arose from the custom of bringing to the House of Coiumons the papers per- taining to the matter or financing in a leather bag. and laying thrm on the table. 5. Crucial (from the Latin eras, a cross) test is a very severe and un- deniable one. The allusion is to a fancy of Bacon, who said that two different diseases or sciences might run parallel for a time but would ultimately cross each other. 6. Dan was n title of honor'ln uso by the old poets. We have Dan Phoe- bus. Dan Chauct-r, elc. The word is from tho Spanish Don. (B. P. K. writes us that name "White Queen" belongs to Mary Tudor, daughter ot Henry VII, who married the heir to the throne of France just as Mary of Scotland did.) 'odgor spoke of sever.il visits she had undo to the local hospital. She look- ed forward confidence to the for- nation of a girls' club; and all pres- ent felt that, should such a club be brought Into being, one W.I. member every country that I have travelled a. good I part of -the earth's lo be left la peace In their fields and their fac- tories with their women and their Several Hundred Acres New Telephones Are Being Installed. May .13.rr.Last week tlie being favorable, all the farmers around here were .busy put ting- In grain. There. -severe hundre'd sown, .and reports are that the wa.nn sun 'is bringing, th >ons, under the direction of the W.C.T.U. place the same to support he Travellers' AJd. I'nder the head of reports, Mrs. H. C. Sorciiscit Lpscs Residence (o Hold Celebration on Dominion Day. PICKED UP IN IASSING T0E UAX (Frora Own Correspondent) CARMANGAY, May morning Carmangay had another fire The house ol H. C. Sorensen was total ly destroyed by fire about 4 o'clock in the morning. The origin o( the fire Is unknown and when it was dis- covered by Mr. Peacock the entire nails of the rooms were ablaze, Un Immediately gave the alarm, anil Ihe fire department were soon on the ground. It did not take them long to t least would be primed with Ideas I have the fire under control. Nothing or its carrying on." Mrs. Stacpoole- reported from the hospital aid, in which the following proposals met .with Reneral approval. (a) That the Hospital Aid b9 organ- zed under the auspices o( the W.I.; this heing the. only organization re- porting anil responsible to the gov- ernment. (b) That the institute supply a daily paper, as the Lcthbridgc Herald for the use of the patients. (c) That the hospital directors be asked for a certain reasonable cash appropriation to be laid out under !he direction of His W.I. for such trifl- ing additions to the hospital furnish- ings as might be calculated to aug- ment tho comfort and pleasure of Its Inmates. (d) That the ways and means of raising money for this purpose, aside from this, be considered; a pantry sale for example; another suggestion, the contract of government sewing for the hospital. (e) That tlie proper authorities be approached upon tlio matter of im- proving the streets near the hospital. 'Mrs. Stacpoolc spoke of what flow- ers meant to patients, n revelation to was saved as Mr. and Mrs. Soronseu were out. In the country and when tho Bre was first noticed it was loo late to save anything. We understand the house and furniture were parMy cov- ered Ijy insurance but not enough to cover the uctiiil loss. Mr. and .Mrs. Sorensen have tho sympathy of tho entire community In their loss. On Monday evening a, most enthus- iastic meeting of the citizens of Car- mangay was held in the rest room to elect officers for tho fire department for 1920. Mr. Quayle occupied the chair. The present chief. R. J. Follis. J.P., was re-elected; Thos. Good sir. deputy chief; Geo. Frances and D. J. Steen, captains; and R. W. Cook, tel- ler of the Bank of Hamilton, was elect- ed secretary. Councillor O. b. Taylor put up a box of cigars to be compel ed for by the men of Heels No. 1 anil No.' 2, the rules of (ho contest" to be governed by the chief. K. Owens. A E. Quayle and Councillor H. L. Me Donald were appointed to bring In a report re the celebration on July 1st. Mrs. F. K Hawkins left Carmauga> on Wednesday for Estevan, to visit some friends for a few days, and Medicine Hat fdpo band Is uow known as tho G.W.V.A, pipe band. Germany needs tons of Imports. Two sis-yeartld boys were Injured by automobiles la Ute streets ol To- ronto. A tablet In honor of Its ei-papils who served lu tho war was unveiled at Lonsdowu school, Toronto. Two Vlckers machine Buns have been received for the use. of the Stratford machine gun company. Edward Dubols, aged 28, of Que.. was drowned In St. Clair river, being struck by a bucket while work- lug on a sand-sucker. Word has been received by Mrs M. E. Scott, Injersoll, of.the death at ParkenEbjre. Iowa, of her sister, Mrs. Funny Watson. Klugsion boys who play hookej from school are to be given a whip ping. Magistrate Parrel! in juvenile court sentenced one lad to be punish cd ia this way. The wage dispute in the British cotton trade, which involved operatives, has been settled. The operatives have Granted an In crease of per tent. A tragedy was staged at the Stu debaker theatre. Chicago. Samue Dureon, an old-time actor, had tlic leading part. He hanged himself t a steam pipe in his dressing room The new-dental coltege, 240 Col lege street, Toronto, was opened when delegates at the' On tarlo convention of dental surgeons the minister of education and othc dignitaries were present. Searles. a drug clerk I Brooklyn, was held in ball yes tcrday on a charge of homicide. It is alleged that ho sold a poison, on a prescription calling for a harmless medicine. t I The mayors ot Ford, I Sandwich and Windsor, met and cussed all phases of tho proposed, plan 'or a consolidation or mersor the four border towns. The. Michigan Central Railway com- has uot the right to collect letnurrage or storago on ears deiiyed by customs and testing or Insp'jc- lon ot freight. It baa been ruled by he Canadian Hallway commission. L. O'Neil. secretary of the On- ario sheep breeders1 association, Is n Cuelph making preliminary ar- raugernenU for (he grading ot wool, vhlch will Hgnln be carried on at the winter fair buDJins this sum William H. Powell, ot Toronto, has asked tho Detroit polU'e to aid him a.finding aged 30, who Is supposed to be a waitress' In a Detroit hotel. Miss Stringer is said .0 be heiress to an in Ibo Canadian city. A bailie with knives occurred Wed- nesday in the courl yard of Ihfe San Misuel Jail iu Valencia. be tween twj parties of convicts. Many of the combatants wounded be- fore armed vardeua'wcre able to sup- press the lighting. Tho annual Paris fair opened uosday. AujuH Isaac, minister of commerce, in his opening address, said that the reccnl decree of prohi- bition against certain hunorts must not be construed as an act to narrow protectionist political economy. At 'nellevilie before Justice Logic, Sirs. Mary Pearce ot Osbawfl, for- merly of SmithlicW village, was awarded ?500 damages for breach ot promise of marriage, tho defendant being Isaac Smith, widower, aged 05 years, also a resident ot Smlthfleld. EVANGELIST MEETINGS TO HELD IN .W1NNIFRED (From Our'Ou-'n Correspondent) 'May C. Peter- her gained when herself a recent pa- [tron1 "iere she wi" to Ottawa and lient at Hochesler. Shu also hatl plans vlslt Jtr- Hawkins' folks tor a son and J. W. Piester, evangelists, will for bulb culture at the hospital an'l lne 'ore Parl o[ June sto wi" Sunday, -May 16th at 3 o'cjock (g) Mrs E B Cook suggested small Eail England to visit her folks. 1 In the I.O.O.F. Mr. Plcster has been light toys as cardboard or picture ones, for small patierita. The original hospital visiting committee -lira. Stacpoole, Mrs. Lead- better iind expect- ed to act" until d.ifierent arrangements Trere made.-'' Mrs. Stacpoole then solicited potted plants tor the hciiillal. one for each ward and was met with the following prSKpl response. Mrs. Kirkby donat- ed two, Mrs. A. Heudry one, -Mra.'B. grain right.along. Tho fanners are neck one, Mrs.' beadhetter one, Mrs! H. Cook one and .Mrs: W. Pitcher one. very optimistic for they think there- vlli he bumper :crops tnis year. "Mrs. A. J. Seely -was. visiting with" her mother, Mrs: A. E. "Fawns the babies. It is they who arc the" part of tho week, tiius of the villainy and still more, of the slupality. of those above them in power anci place." The virus that is seeking to create national prejudice needs lo be inocu- lated with an injection of good com- n sense. This Mr. the article quoted. THE VIRUS OF NATIONAL PREJUDICE The game of playing politics tins its baneful-influence In the ration in which it is indulged In. Hut when in the playing It becomes prejudicial jnd destructive to international amity. it Is not only dc-plorable, but despicable, policy now Hnntiny policemen seems to be the national pastime in Ireland. Placing the burden of tasatlon on those "best able to pay" is becom- ing a uuivereal and appealing slogan. The world's dependence on labor is shown by Ihe effect the shortage of the same is having in the acreage to be seeded in Ontario. The farmers in the Stati-s are be- 'ginning to show their influence in politics just fls much as it IH being shown by the farmer in Canada. The Agrarian Movement Is spreading. The proposed embargo on coal to Canada from the Slates aa announc ed by HcprcsentiUive Ilullings should emphasize the importance of tlie Do We see a pernicious going on by ccrlain I minion being dependent on itself for in the taken United States wliicb, if I ils coal supply, too seriously, cannot but strain tho relations between the two Wyoming, will, as a resul great Anglo-Saxon r.icea and breed ill- i feeling whore, Jor the good ol the two nations themselves and the world in i general, good fellowship onmlfi an much. It It a groat pity tlmt there -ihotild bo those who for their own potty pur- poses iiro endeavoring to breed din- cord between the Jiritish and tlie Am- erican peoples.' It Is only by placing rasping politicians at their true valno and not giving way too strongly to the bitterness they arouse that peace and concord can bo preserved whcro" all thoughtful men and women can see It is only right and fitting (hat good-ffellng should abound. Writing In tlic New ItcpubHc, .Philip (rlbbs places Is now gofng on amongst certain In the Stales, happily: not In the majority, In very-forteful and appealing fashion wlicn he Iho following to sny "Hut what Is happening now in the, tnilcd Slates with rcsiird lu Kng o( "10 "lection there, have women all the positions in the gov of lllc city. The city shouli name (o Jillson, now that Jack liiis been put. nut ot hu and Jill In tho ascendant. Mrs. Lcoiia Lockston from Coal- urst is visiting her mother, Mrs. P. Cliristenson. Tbe Misses Grace Cunningham and I Tressa Ulackmore, two of enchers. made a shopping trip to -othbridge Saturday. 5lrd. George Seely went to Ixsth- iridge Saturday to do "some shopping ind visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. Holman. To to the wife of Mr. Samuel lirsche on Sunday, May 2nd, a daugh- cr. Mother and daughter are doing licely. Sunday and Monday, the weather ivas cool and cloudy. Monday night nbout ten o'clock it started to rain, and kept it up most of the night and Tuesday morning it was still raining, This will put a stop to seeding for time. Monday was Arbor day bui as it was" muddy it was put off until Thursday the school children got busy and cie.ined tho grounds around the school house. In the. afternoon some ot them went for a May walk. Mr. Theodore IJrandley and Mrs. Etnma Hogenson attended quarterly conference which was held in llagrath last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Thnrza 'Nelson of Tollbridge, is visiting relatives and friends here. Tbe telephone man has been busy installing new telephones and flifng up the old ones. Sunday" being Mothers' Day a very appropriate program was carried out In the church as follow Song by Sunday School, "Catch the Sunshine." Heading by a member from tho kindergarten The secretary then reported sorno results she hod had along .the line ot investigation regarding some of tho above plans, and also reported a visit to the school. Mrs. Podger again reporter! for the school the surprise and pleasure with which she discovered that her daugh- :er in Grade VII. had learned since Christmas to do some- really beautiful sewing an accomplishment of which previously she knew nothing. She also called the attention of the par- mts to the school exhibition to lie eld the Saturday evening, Two new members, Sirs, llcnson and Mrs. H. Cooke, were added to ihe school visiting committee. The matter of a dance for relief work vas arranged and details left in the flass, Master Frank Clnuton. by Clinton Hardy, Jxirson, Merlin and Thomas Ogclen. Young. Short J. W. Sykos. Karl and In the recent debate nn tlxi. Fran ilnrily. chisu. Mr. Butts showed thiil he has I I'iano Misses T it very forcible way }mWnK in Urandlf-y ami Fonl.-lh v him [luTisarfl. to library Eind It wo a Houiclliini; in the way of iiii; honorable nicmhiT between horn? of a dilemma, lion, itobl. llogcra Is the latest lo with tlic farmers. Tlic Hon Doll pinft his "faith on tin: revival nf the. old i'nnsfrvativc pnrly in ihe Wesl In Ihn n nun on the acres, lie certainly to havu tbo of his bul 11 u very pos- sible- tlila coisruK" will iirwr nf Ihe Jlol> Acrr-s kiml octinn day E. Follis has teen appointed of marriage licenses for Car. tt. "ie !aal ot AW! Mr. C. W. Thompson has n the' contract to rebuild the building partly destroyed by fire on April 30th. R. J. issuer mangay. -Mr. and Mrs. "Archie "AInslie, who" have lived in Carmangay ever sinca tho town was first put on the map, aro. leaving for the State of New York to make their future home. Everyone Is sorry to see them leave this com- munity but tho best wishes of the town go with them. II. C.- Sorensen has sold his photo supplies to B. ,1. Stcen, who will carry a full stock of same. Mrs. Art-Roberts, of Champion, !3 visiting her parants, Mr, and Sirs. C. W. Thompson, for a few days. The Women's Institute of Carman- gay held their meeting at Mrs. C. .T. Kolden's Friday afternoon. The audi- ence was addressed by Mrs. Jackson Beaubier, of Champion. Mr. H. Thomas, of Calgary, was In town on Tuesday adjusting the fire. loss of H. C. Sorensen. Next Wednesday Is clean-up day for Carmangay so everyone get your hoe and rake ready. Mrs. K. Owen Is a Calgary visitor} for a" few'days. preaching publicly for 2'0 years' and is brickivcrj' interesting. Mr. 0. C. Peterson is one of utir returned soldiers, hay ing served in France, and was one of He arrived ist and has lived in Calgary mauy years. If ar- rangements can be made for a suitable building they .will remain with us some time. Jfr. Peterson is a brother of Mrs. W. Scott and is very well knosvn aa a preacher and one who upholds evangelical doctrines. VICTOR RECORDS W K pride ourselves on our prompt, courteous, ser- vice. "Wo want you for a customer. Over Records To Choose From Mail orders promptly postage prepp-itf- Every record insured against breakage. Write for 612 page catalogue. flUTmora) of the Shoes for the Family We have a stock of shoes for all ages that will give wear value for the money invested. Tho cheaper shoes in the end are that give service tor the money invested. This combines wear fit and other feaiures that will givo Uie child a proper start in life as Car as Ws.feet arc concerned. We know how and give this service. ASK TO BE FITTED. SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J, NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING Sonfr-- lly <--f'bool. No church was in (lie Church Siiudny. PIRATE CATCHER RELEASED PITTSnuitO. Pa., May nvmnKomcnt of thn Nalinn- til iMignn Imsoliall rluli niiiiuiinrrd last that CiKclicr .1. J, Clarke had linen given his unconditional ra- V.S.. 0111' lor the linn.-lrtNl tit tlrjN-il (.-mkmment To be pleased or not to be pleased? is the question. If you buy your next suit with our label on it, you are sure io be pieced and get good value for your Fashion-Craft Quality Clothes v are a branded line guaranteed by the makers to give service and satisfaction. Sold by 300 merchants in Canada. Locally LOlJIS KFF1 IVlLiJLj'iu LETHBRIDGE ;