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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETTHBRIDGE DAJJlTi.HEULD. SATURDAY, MAY She letbbnboe toevalb DAILY AND WEEKLY THE SPIRIT OF REACTION Proprletort snd Publlihers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 Street South, Lethbridge A. BUCHANAN President and ilanajiug Oirector John Torrauce liusiness Manager Member Audit of Circulations. Subscripiloii Rates: pally-, delivered, per week......J -15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 by luail, per year 5.0i' Weekly, by mail, per year...... 1.59 j Kilny Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.00 coniSiu-t ;i'Ji wn are ajii. now ihaf the is over, tu rclrtx. The war forth a Icatnifnl fpiril of ciuiiratloshii'. ll this .-piril thai Knvnrdi winniiij; it. Hut liku bow that has IHVU many of us oW jjjirit his-j sitiuto which broviis sv'lfislnu's-, arc, 4', urti-to ho taken nji tix> umliilv with ihe irivial ihingt tpiril. .Thertf_is still tlie call for the pride iti duty, tlio i-oming out of our siid-exoKicin" our- sc-lvof for tho imi'lii' gmitl. there is the saim-Vall .of proving trar worlhi IN- vva? (be sou ot Charles Lindsay, 1 prominent nu'tfeo'r and. Journalist. Katchuv one most1 desperate, A total of Ml "balls was sold during P the 1-di'Oiiilja eale for a lotul of ness a? there was at. the time wi1 still to live ami fight for our Ireland. Frost on Tuesday iilsbt added 'to tho vagaries of the climate, and'a thin coat of Ice appeared on the sloughs next .a.m. Kurnaces in some places public nro. inclined to gather of au evening, might do well to acquire a.iarliment by which the feeling ot summer could be enjoy- ed on these sp'arklius spring nights, tlin Victoria Day i high operating Tbo Examiner _, has now Ihe dully field lo itself in this enterprising twenty thousand. Oiitariu city of It is only a few veefcs that Ihc St Catharines Journal went inio liquidation leaving tbat growing industrial city wiih ouly one daily. More. a the St. Thoinns TJjnc.s n amalgamated -ilUI ilip Times and Riicor'Jer. ypar ago il' Journal Drorkvllle What does il amount lo, after all? It amounts to Ibis and only ibis: tbat a country like Canada, with eight rind a half to nine millions of people, bordering the great llepublic to the south for four thousand miles and far'more .intimately associated wiih tint country with any other country outsiile. the Uritish l-Zuuiire. should have in the Outside of Ihe larger ciiies. tlicre a! Washington wbich repre- ait> now ouly left five Ontario cities are. published. vrhere two dailies Kingston. Belleville, (iuclpb, Strut- ford and Kitchener. .Newspaper pub- filling coals are not nearly so heavy In Kastern Canada as in the Wesi. Out here wages and freight are fjTOm fitly to a hundred cent, higher. With the niiy per cent, increase in tlio cost of newsprint thiu-gooa into effect on July 1st, and the addition to postal rates coming into effect later, .newspapers throughout the country must increase rates or. face iicary losses and probably suspension. N'ewc- sents tlie whole Empire. Ms there any.thlng startling 'or novel In that? Is there any reason why it should not ried out? my hon. friend know what the Government did of which lie was a supporter? He raise.! grave' cousutu'Uoiial, difficulties as t that cost efore the war will jjow cost ?120 a toa and newspaper have not increased proportion- ately to meet tlio rising costs. Fur- 'tlief "increases TiiuTI cWe'it' news- are to supply the people with the news. .CANADA'S REPRESENTATIVE The report in llau'sard of the de- bate over the.appointment 'of a1 Mini- ster to represent Canada'at Washing- jton contains mucb that is Interesting ,thatcjs. inl Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS Who was llobert ijmiuet? Why if Chmnrcatled.'the tij! Enipire? is flic Trial of the 1'yx? Why is Seattle so called? Wheru is the lloosevelt Dajn? What is Ibe I'limsoii linel who :sltail appoint this Minister and j 4 be responsible for him FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS What is the origin of "white elephant" in tho phrase it is used? What does the double L. in L.MX (Doctor of Laws) denote? 3. Who was tke first Lady -Magis- trate in British history? Dcfes he-know tuat'Ihe Government which was in power before 1911 con- cluded a treaty wiih the United States under which three Canadians were act with three men nppointed by the United Slates Gov- ernment in respect to r.ll matters un- der the centre! of the International Joint Commission? Whet are these .men but ambassadors, in a bassadors charged also, it is true, thei.duty of settling differences tween the tw6 countries by judicial >_. _ Speaking of the arrangement What is the "green What is polenta? Where Is the Hideau Canal? ANSWERS V the none too I btested WWi .v A supply of seed potatoes- from the Claresholm Agricultural School has beeu received, by Principal Gould for distribution to country sehoolhouses. So much in Ihe way of decoration bus been going oii in town that.the sign "wet paint." attracts no more at- tentiou than a safety first sign.on a street ear. Y H. Jutt-bavins begun to give iittie thcagist-- to baseball of late, tbe" weekly half holiday may soon J have an added attraction to the'sport- ing fraternity. K. V. Iloso is preparing to transfer family and beluugtngs to tbe house occupied at present by A. J. Maynard. The Greek toidy store' on Main St. is now running full blast, and has a large variety of confectiouery made on the spot, on'.exhibition. The upper flpor complete candy-mak- ing equipment.', and 'he ground floor'is filled out as a first class, ice cream parlor, and tea room. One of tho novelties of the establishment is an ice cream machine and also a large equipment ol. fancy store fix- lures. A number of our citizens are breaking ot a levee N.orth Hooded tuat district. Four yeara ago uiiut- lost a watch. i Franklin, lud., Keceully it was stolen. Nexl uio-iiiup she .notified unanimous In their opihlon. that such a nr.uie would gain tho uuauiuious consent of Ihc caucus. Every Methodist minister in Can- ada and Newfoundland heuceforUi 1] to be paid a minimum salary of 11500, wllh'pareouaga and houseke.ep in addi- tion, according to a decision arrived at in Toronto by the general confer- ence special committee. Writs for the by-election In Ihe pro- vincial seat of Weyburn have been Issued. Nominations will be June 15, anil polling June 22. The by-election Is rendered'necessary by the-'eleva- tion to cabinet rank of the sitting member, Hon. C. M. Hamilton. It is considered unlikely that he' will be opposed.' sbe had found, Iho ring Iii her balr when combing It. Men interested In stimulating gold production will bavo a "gold" tlinuer, lo be served- on gold plates, In San Francisco, May 25. X Detroit United Kailwuy havo nak- ed the City Council 16 authorize'an increase of fsres from flvo to sis ceuis to. meat increasing wage, do- inauds. 'i It Is learned ou Rood authority that one name to be Bc'imlllcd to the eaueuii ,of. -supportftrs when It meets next bo Vtho constitutional'- reform bers who discussed It were practically 1. The keeping of a white elephant, Keld in Sism.Js an expensive item, with unprofitable ouilay to main- tain its dignity. The. king of Slani- makes a present of a whits elephant to such of bis courtiers .whom he wishes to ruin., 2. Tin: uOuliii: Ihe plural jusl as MSS is tbe plural of M S !juauu-. script) and pp'tlmt tit'page. Lady lierkiey was made by Queen Mary 'justice of the Peace for Gloucestershire, and appointed to the quorum of'Suffolk. She sat on the bench at assizes and sessions girt with a sword. 4.. The common waiting room in already, taking advautakc of.the op-' poriunity to honieniade goods. Gophcrtail 'mercha'hts of lender, years arc warned away from police as the Chief is not in the market. ty B. FOREST FIRE SITUATION BETTER FREDERICTONV" -V. B., May Improvement In the forest fire situa- tion Is indicated In 'reports reaching Provincial forester G. H. Prince, to- day. Some oi- the largest fires aro now' under control and settlements lages which yesterday wero _. with that in taror of he proposal affain .veil took pamsjo point out mA GrearBrilajn would in .lio.way. mean :thing, as eome would choose to read ;in It, ot changing our settled allegiance the King" and cutting tie lltat 'binds Canada to the Motherland in to ob'tain the management ol own affairs. Wcr are going he to do two our ,own affairs and maintain the unity of tbo British Empire. We believe that .we are entitled to manage our own Canadian affairs within .the riiritlsh Empire, and lhal is what this j implies and involves. In 'far as it does involve a constitutional) is Ihe- logical and in-1 cvitable development of what has .'been in this country fnr; alone with 'reference lo [iic Stales in so fnr as they touch the interests of Great Uritaln. Replying Sir George Foster, in addition to other reasons emphasized the need. for a Canadian representative at wlien he''said: "If thai is pushed to its extremity, is that operation? it not, when pressed to its logical conclusion, have in it the elements of danger in the future I as 10 co-operation anrt continued unity jand tlie solidarity of the Empire1! It I Iseems.tb onrl I Ihink it will com- niendMtself lo'mv lion, friend, that if Dial is his alternative to the prin- ]clple which has been adopted in Ihe 5. A of either semo-" lina, Indian corn, or chestnut "meal made into- a porridge: a common article of diet in France and Italy. "0.'- Between Kingston 'on' tario and Ottawa as a through water- way by. means of the Ottawa Hlvcr to Jlontreal. SMESllM rj L _, M arrangement which1 'has been made. ,v- D u are greater dangers to be ftpprehen'd- cd l.-i'tho future along that linn than along tlie .present line where In co- operation .the two .countries'work lo- gcttier In tmity. each iinvinj-its.spcciaf work to of 'OAnatla within the British 'otill i'n In coiirsq tlie Oovcrumeht htive taken, Just aS at Hie they (Government. STO ;ont'not only Iho" Judgtnent o( :nient but the juflgirtfrril'of 'the pcopla of uasudiEit- .cd with the.'.Mo then'Country: and [the lOther in a -groat .League, of Nations unddr'a'commcm soreroigri alrongost autl most influential factor for [he preservation of tho .'world's peace that txlstn today. And it Is of vital that good should be preserver! between Canada and the Hrliisn Kinplre 'a whole and the "United States, tho Other groul hmnc-h of the Anglo- Saxon race, Good rplntionsi hciwfion two t-oinitric'.s nrp nol only ira> iportant no far ;IH they afi'cn rjinsuln and the Mother Country, tlioy arm important far as they nrfect Iho future peace of tlie worlrt. There Is no hotter way to maintain ;i good undtrslanding (trdti liy being ahlo to men face to fac-e, ly talk over ;problems In which you are hoth iritcr- i'csled, r.nd to supply full information. if chronic' strife with the' anrt ablest 'in tbe Amcrl'cart naval service, acllve aud reltred; if bitter controversies with this, that and the other loyal old seadog: if frequent issues of veracity with hon- orable gentlemen wearing the United States uniform: if political, profes- Hlonal anrl personal altercations of every .sort, size, color :tml previous Bole'stoiin.'VrhMjwas tinally got.un- der'control last night, but not until 1500 been burned over., NOTED BRITISHERS DEAD LONDON, May (By Canadian Associated deaths are re- ported of liev. Stephen Harris, the noted London Alex turloeh and Hsfflry Crimean veteran; Col. Arthur Murray, formerly, commandant of Ihe Duke of York's school: Kev. Sir Hubert Medley Cote; Major-Gen. Richard Wace, Royal Artillery, and William Cobay, mayor of Hythe. liuildings on Exhibition, Grounds Blown Over Be Replaced (From_0ur Own Correspondent) Mav H has taken the'contract for drilling a well' at Oil City, and .shipped his..drillinK oqlflton Thursda'y'-. Tiie" well Is'tho original ia'be- ing-drilled for Patrick nnd Living; elon: Last linie it'wa's h garage, now that awful cra'sb in the north' end Fri- day, last was 'forseslieils at the Bitiibition groniitls.' 'whicli were blown' col- lapaerl in'transit. 'The directors a'fter holding a postmortem, decided to place the contract for rebuilding witli Harry--Hudson wlio built the grand- stand last year. flnin on Tilo.-day amriunllng'-. tn about an inch, fell all morning'and! early In evening. The effects of Thursday's wind be sot bad m i Mtrt'cirttie routined td'-thr, hnuso with an atiach of In- for .Eili thc-Pi? ihings made in.tjic j weather. A. Is to plow .strip for trr-c planing ;irmind the ('f-riKiiery fencf. The work win lie free grnilH. ti fact that lliosfl who iiiiijiirc jmblic do weJI to condition of an unsur- passed record and an unrivalled tiv navy, what ;ui cjlllclent secretary of Ihc- navy ihft Hon. Jonopritm of North Carolina svoutd be, says the Nnw York Sun ami Herald. FRENCH ARREST TURKS Misy French column flint loft Admni (in Mtiy .for thp of intcniational, for Kozan. as personal, Turks. froni a lack of knowledge am! a lack of appreciation of thn view- }polnt of the other. Premier liorden placet! the situa- .lion as ID ii.u of n Can- adian Minister lo Washington when he said In reply to Mr. Lapointtj: "My hon. friend need bavi: no ap- prehc-nsions (o the effect of Ibis Including numerdus officials. Travellers from Adana fay that ihe Hitnalirm has Impriwrnl flinco thf- ar- rival of French reinforcements, due to Oie r-norgetk'. of Gen, Duf- WAS DROWNING VICTIM out .May itwiy John Txiniliprt, Sil, iniastng May s, yes. lerday in tlui hnrhor MI-IT. There will bo no inttuf-st hi twnnw whti the drfiwriing. THe Famous Name MASON RISCH on a Flicaograph Tc've never yet been able to keep lip lo'tlio'tdettsaa-for this ihslrum'oil. i See; Hear It! You'il tiVt one. .The, tone quality J full, clear. ;J5asy lerma of ,V That Are Serviceable t i i We rnakc a specially or Mipplytng'. our trade wjth am wild, wear and fit well and tils, romlhiieil wild'Hie proper fiiiins of tliotn, Klvcii yon valun for your money Iflytsied. knuw how. Dring Ihf family lie re. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES fOft. ALL AOE.3 W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING You would not pay 25c a pound for sugar if you could get it at another store for 22c, would you No, of course you wouldn't. J 'Jlien why pay'high prices for your, Life Insurance when you can purchase from us at a saving of about on the annual premium. i think that all Life insurance rates are alike. They are not. policies are all up to date having the latest disability features in them with Increased Indemnity. We are a Mutual Company so all the profits belong to you. save you money, and a saved is-a dollar gained. Be wise and .pur- chase your Life.Insurance from The Metropolitan Life The company that has one-eighth of the people of Canada and U. S. A. insvired i with them. District Qffice: 201-203 SKerlock Block Manager, J. Norrington, Phone 339 What is Wrong with the World .Something-Is wrong with the The optimism wblcli blinks .this is-only the wit.of Ibe os- trich, whicli rides Its- bead in the sand, at the approach of danger. Turn to'the "news of this very newspipsr whicb you hold in your baud, if you need any evidence! Social doctors may disagree ?n their diagnoses, but nobody j denies that disease.. let'us. stop for a moment and consider, in tliu light of each reader's personnl experience and observations, what lies at-the- root of'tlie trouble Who has the one comprchen- .slve rnaster wor.d for It all? Is not the truth' clearly with tbe which takes Ibe longest look across" history, ,-m'J the (IcopeEt look into'human na- ture, and wliicii Lays''Ibht'-the source and s'pring of ail our ail- Ihg is described by one foped Ittlle wcrd of three tetters Master sin in the liutri'an heart, and there willbe no problems left for the sociologist to :Ieal with. Obvlolis'y this is so. It the diagnosis corrccl, what'of the remedy? t The Church has it. 3hc has had it. It has been her one sovereign specific throughout the. ages. By it she'has changed cavage, bestial nations into civilization. By it she lias scattered insti- tutions'ol helpfulness-all over "the earth. By it sh'a has-transfused tho blood of benevolence for Ilia blood 'of cruelty-.into ies of EOcioly. By it shcv, has exnltpd the place arid -welfare of hood and childhood. By it she has spread abroad new doctrines, now universally- dominant, of1 human rights; hu- man liberty and hurann brother- hood. That Remedy For Sin, Which It The Root Evil 'of All Evils, Is The Gojpel of Jesus Christ Which Saves And Transforms The Individual And Society. The Churches In this city nre a laboratory for Hi Is greatest of social equipments. They are also dispensaries of Life. 'And .we shall never cure the day's ills until accept the Church's diagnosis ant! remedy. IN CASE OF ILLNESS, DEATH OR OTHER TROUBLE, ANY MINISTER WILL BE GLAD TO HELP. ANGLICAN t. Augustln's Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St. Rev. Gore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 21Z 8th St. S. Telephone mr a.m.: Holy Communion. 11 a.m.: Matins only. .Church parade of Girl Guides.) 1.30: Sunday School. '.30: Kvens'ong. Tuesday: Children's Instruction nlanj after school, 4.15 p.m. Wednesday, S p.m.: Intercessions anil Instruction, (As this Is the last class before Confirmation every candidate is requested to be present.) jYiday, 3.30 p.m.: The young people hre giving a Congregational Social and'Uanco in tbe Masonic Hnll in aid of tho tennis funds. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ollvsr U. Curtis, Pastor Car. 3rd Ave. And 8th 3t, 3. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Cor. 4th Avr. and 11th 8t. 6. Rev. Chas. E. Cragg, 8.D., Pastor Claude.Hughes; L'.A.B., Choir Master 11 a.m.-Morning "Worship. Hcception