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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OAtkV AND WCCKLV , Pt�pMtm* aAid PubiialMrt ^ fNS'MITHBmoar HERALD PRINT. ^ INtt COMPANY. LIMITED i� Mh Uniiat South. Lathbrldg* W A. Bucnanan fMiM�i:,�uid Managing Director Mi'TTOrriuiea . � ^usiQeit ITantkcw TELEPHONES Offie�........... Offle* .......... 12B2 1284 MfmStr AmIK B�r��u of ClrMilattwia. ft iubaoriptlen RatM: OiiUy, ��U?ere vaar .4ail7 on address Ubel. > Accept-} iQ�e of papers after espiratloa date is Sw alithoricy to coatlnaa the aab-acriptlon. WAR ACTIVITIES IN TIME OF PEACE. ) Women's activities, such as thosfe of fbe Dangfaters of the Bmpire during the time of war. have given them a which reflects on the teachers as much as on the stodants; or it.may be that opportunities are not made use of to I encourage the High School spirit for which the best description is that of esprit de corps. There is abundant need for the encouragement of literary, social, and other societies to enter into what should he the conraiunal life and spirit of the High SchooJ. and the absence of any encmiragemeni in regard to Tightfully recognised place in the na- '''th all they mean in the fu- [ture of the students, is a regretful (Prom Our Own Corro.spondnnO CHAMPION, Mny H.-The meeting of the cltitens cat'ed ftJr' Tiiesdaj-e?vealng for the purpose of forirtlng a Board of Trade was well attended-%nd considerahle lyuBiness was transacted. The meeting -was presided over toy Mr. J. N. Beaubler. and the ibusiness noon fbr ^lwtjadle$, while her daughter Mtas NnirTaylor and her" grand-] daughter Mia Ilia Snider prepared and served a vert dainty supper which was ettjbyeil "tor alK The death ttot' Mts, BsW Wons waa a shock to up ail. Our sympathy goes to we h^shari^^iutkd famtiy who were left to moum MI' loss. Miss Margaret Owen spent the week end with th^ Miises' Snider. ReT,^ManR'lB conducting his usual service's in Sitohant at 3 o'clock p.m. DEATH?SeiT IW RESiDENI tional and in the community sphere. The spirit that gave a lever to these aciivlties is not, however, to be suffered to be in any way diminished. "Carry on" is still the dominant note in the peace time cactenslon of the war time spirit of devotion to the labors fliat go with those qualities which, it is conceded, women particularly pos-ess; Jrhe spirit we have referred to is. exemplified by the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter of the t^ngfaters of the Em- i.oniissiott which needs remedying. a grave j^iictment made by .Mr. Smiti that Inj, the ^^iirriculum of oaf Schools, ^these schools are in this twentieth century- working' in the groove of thirty years ago. Surely this indicates ...that our educational authorities have been so many Rip Van Winkles and have woken up to the necessity of reconstruction of the High School programs 'by the sound of (fVom .OuB, Own .Correspondent)^ -iETLAW.'^Alay;;^.-On Aprjl 2l8t j there passed away' after a brief iUnesa of only a week iMr*. Florence MonSigh-an, belo/ed wife of Michael Monaghan of Couer d'Alene, Idaho, U.S..A.., and second daughter of Mrs. Brian Mc-Andrews of Retlaw, Alta. Mrs. Monaghan leaves to mourn h^r loss besides her husband and mother, six sisters and five brothers, all of whom were present at her funeral with the. exception of Mrs. Siram Trouseau of Wbalt, Ont The floral tiibutes were many and beautiful, among them being a wreath from the Knights of Cdlum*ns of Couer d'Alene, a>pray from the Hoyal Order of the Mdose of Couer d'Alene, and a spray from the Red Cross voc-iety of Retlaw, Alta.. showing the high esteem 4n which'the deceased ,lady was held *y her many friends, I both here and in'Coaer d'Alene where' business man. Mr. Anderson ..is a rq turned soldier, hnvjng::>.8Be!B...service in Prance as an ofticer'in the 43rd battalion, and retired wttht' a'^S^vlbre Ti^und in the leg. , A number of projects tot in^^dlate attention were pre^ehtod- and aeveral committees were appofnMd.. .alt,. of whom ill report at the adjquraed meeting on Tuesday nexl ii^ e which has taken in trust the land. However, in the wisdom of the ke�piiif\ot-a doubt that the eoid- Lime.contias4ii'lhe world.of the High Schools'after thirty.years*of paddling the same canoe. The Calgarjn Herald asks a pertta- enit question when if enquires'where the O. B. XT. gets its campaign funds from. / ne&v ^ti^ atteii^tt which the mem-. ben otlbe Chapiter of tiie i. O. D. E- \ iBtondHJaroOng'tD it. That same spirit i "P-i^X^ipa be exited by our city �n- j � %PFiUe8 to the cemetery as a whole -It ia-w liC making it tbe "O^'s acre" it should jheing *Mt. Deacon, a manufacturer of Wii�. tt'i'pe�,' stSted %it; a ntebAhe^whISh i mantfi^ctuTer sold tor $675 was sold Toa "farmet "for $HOa ' -wfe ^fll wonder how the price of things k&ep opderful the efforts that are ae to keep the ex-czar alive. "45- SJWPething in th'is direction has al- j Th^ appears a periodical report that tljuA^r been done, hut there should be ; he still Urea. These re-appearanceS _AFrom Our Own. Correspondsnt) Enchant, May le.wseedsiig; ip almost completed in tWs'djhtrict.'"Prospects are looking flit^ Mr a bumper crop this year. ^ Mr. Reynolds was 4-visitor at the Shentou home Sunday,-la(|l.r-' ' Mrs. Josiah Taylpr of'Trave'rs entertained a numbeJr'^^re|at/re'a'and fpiehds at a quilting he^ dis^May 9th. years ago. , t The remains were brought by her husband to Retlaw. Alta. an^ laid to rest beside her fa^ie!r who prMeceas-ed lieF ihree.yigart^ago.. Requiem mms -was celebrated "by aev. Father Bid^iilt The deepest sympathy of all their fritnds goes out to \he sorrowing husband and family for the> loss of theli loved one. SCHOOL ENQUjftY IN QUEBEC QUEBEC, Bitfiy. 15.-A thdrough aa-alysis of the systems followed In'the various school^ .ot Qpebec province and an inquiry into the branches taught in all schools were decided np. on by the Catholic; committee of the cruncil of pujfllc instruction at ita regular slttlng'Tteld'here. frrom o�f Own 'porrsspeDdent) SKIP*',, MsyW.-Nowcomars are still aJTlvlpg m Skiff. Mr. Dilworth, Wlio teoeiitty purchased. a piece of land north ot Skiff, has arrived wlUi his Ruinley t>il pull. He has liis engineer fatting it In Al shape. Mr. jr. B. O'Rear anil wif� and tlvbridge on business. . iMr. Niofman has entered into a contract with J. Bass, ot L�thbridge, to seed 300 acres and break out quite a large acreage as well. Seeding is'sUll quite general around -here, fiveryone repiorts that the grain is growing wonderfully. LONDON, May 15.-(Canad- ?  Ian Associated Press)-Can- * kdian headquarters has. Issued ^ tj. special order to tbe forces 4 i^,'; here reminding that "duration ? Of the war," does not end wlth^,*  the armistice, but continues so ?  ' far as Canada is concerned, un-   til the governor-in-councll is-  sues a declaration that war no ^ .longer exists. ^ ' ' ' . * ifdijl TB^^SlfaT MAN The British {tdyiemment will not ibuy the! lys lurpRiB of Oanadian cheese. Seeding in tJie Oak River district was delayed by nuin and hard frost hwt week. The Baptist eonVaption of Manitoba for 1819 will b'?-hel4 in Dauphin from .Tune S to 9 4nclujiive. Organization of the McCreary, Man,, Rural Credits society has been effected, ^ Sach niem'ber of the victorious Selkirk ^Ifockey club have hefen presented'wKh club begs. The presentation was made toy th6 town council. The Portage Ifc; Prairie hand Iws been reorganised, and J. T. Pai-ks, ot Winnipeg, haa be�n asked to accept the leadership. i The merctoants and professional Men of Souris have taken the initial steps towards the organization of a community hoard of. trade. Experiments in Japan with the cultivation of flax have obtained the best results when Belgian seed has been used. Farmers at Swift Current are giving support t� a proposal that they set aside a part of their acreage, the proceeds of which they agree to give to the G. W. V. A. at Swift Current. Animals apd~-m^t confiscated by the Health Department in Montreal for the first quarter ot the current ye'ar are announced. There were 9 head of cattle, 454 calves, 7 sheep, six hogs and quarters of meat, 2,920 pounds in tiie contiecation. 'Prod A, Vogel, president ot tlie Tanners' Council of the United States, stated at New York that shoes already are at unprecedented prices, and \i these advance' continue they will no doubt he i>.arked up several dollars a pair for the fall huslnesji. . . ft /Ducks and geese are more numerous in northern Manitoba ttiis 8|>ring than ever before noted, states ' the chief game warden. Frank Hdgan. Geese were seen oi� Grasy river, making for the 'barren lands, and ducks are plentiful in the^area surrounding The Pas. ' . YOUR -AND MUSIC ^ Some people still thWk that "any old pianojwllt^o' to learn on," Don't mak% this fhlstake. Buy an Instrument y6ur bhlld will waut to play on^a faoioas MuoB kfm 1 Costa less than you itbinlt and sold on easy tenn|'m prices "From Factory If Heme." mSIMSKCIItlP Balmoral Mlbc^ "The Ht�we VIetple* The lists of certifleatMi �ttA eeholar- ships for the paat Session (it tbe Ont-arl That the local High School Kbares in common the faults 'pointed ish law, whi^b advancad the clocks an horir during the summer months As a result daylight-saving advocate^ here coatehdthst they are In a position to tight the matter out in tbe courts, anftaa endeavor to restore the ! oiit by Mr. Smith makes the matter j qui^hfd ia^il^t-saving hy-law may, ^e h)cal concern, in the measure J"",^*""?.,* .irel estimate the being and tbe uses M IU(^ institatlbns. What Mr. Smith |tA( etated points to something ridgeViBi8ge�t and Finest J^elry store ^ : Biilinorfil Blopl^ Lc^thbrklKe ( 93 ;