Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE UPTHBREDGB DAltT BERALR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1920, .Proprietors and'. PgSllthtr V 'UETHBRIDGE' HERALD0 .'.'TINa COMPANY, LIMITED Street SouUi, Alterta W. A. BUCHANAN ftMldent and Dlrectgr y 'Audit .B Subscription dtliverM, p-r week y. by mail, per by mail fur 6 months by -n.lll. 3 month] SJ by mill, year.......... l v, Weekly, by mail, per yur to U.S...' Z.80 ARMISTICE DAY, NOVEMBER ELEVENTH recurs the second annlvers, ar: if the day. IB which, by the sign- in f the armistice, the world's trag- ci which for more than four long jp ..hsd.been'Etaged on the stricken Beiaiof Europe, was brought to a'close in the Buspensldn' of hosilliijes. On lT.-to. had arrayed tiemselieB to .distort the ordered course of humanity and to challenge the existence of ideals as they were yrlied under the British flag they were discomfltted. (THE PREMIER AND 'THE CROSSBENCHEHS It-was with something of epleea tiit Premier Melghen referred to the cross- benchers In the House of Commons. It was In the spirit oT a man who was somewhat peeved' thel others were jjliw in lighting their political path with the lamp that Illuminating his. He sccssed these men ol a Uck of courage atfl ot waiting for the flow pf the popular tide which led to oppor- tunity. There in this an asper- sion'ot men who .are no leas'true to the traditions of political lallh which they hold than the Prime Jlinister is lo the traditions in which he was nursed and in which be has been reared. The men. who; are known as ci'oss- benchers are ui'oii who haye no iuten lion of jeopardizing the beliefs they hold in what a tariff policy should be by With one political party or tha other In the present slale, promises made have still to be and words have to be imple- mented In deeds. They arc men who hold t steadfast and 'unswerving faltli in llio necessity bf'dulies being lower- TOPAY'S QUESTIONS When did the first train run be- tween Montreal and Toronto! 2. Is Canada rkeT Z. la what yetr did Alberta became a province? 4. When did the United States en- ter the war? 5. What was the' number of Cana- dian casualties In the war! O. What was the original name of Constantinople? iConllnued Page) WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Wnery was Deaupre the French- Canadian giant born, aud what was his height? 2. How many universities are there In Quebec? 3. What are the "Bine liwsT" 4. Who Is known as the "Dean of American 5. When was the name of SI. Pet- ersburg changed to Petrograd? 6. What Is the origin and meaning ot Oklahoma? Deputy Mlnltttr Limb Tim deputy -uiniiter of municipal affairs, Mr. Uuab, nut contributed a valuable on "Municipal AKaln and Tu Mr. McLtan The Hon. A. 4. McLean, minister ot >ubllc fallowed in a brief pcccb !n vhtcti lie assured the con- vention thai hli department was cer- ilnly out to'boost (He movement tor good roads in every vray possible. Mayor Hon. Mr. Mitchell u lie ''Handy ot the Government." Today he was speaking as the affairs. Mr. Mitchell referred Orst to the question of Increased powers for the cities. He did not believe they ought to ie given (he right to impose taxes at will and tbeir fancy. ANSWERS 1. 'At.Willow Bunch, .near Moose Jaw. -He died In 1905 at the 23 years. He was 8 feet 214 Inches! ed. They are. meii who believe In a 2" Four. McGill and UnlverBlle do low tariff and have the knowledge that! Montreal, In Montreal. Laval, in Que- Might succumbed to right, and ho .who promises made in this direction flnd Bishop's College, In Lennox. v e- assailed the peace and safety of tbd; bJ'fulfiUcd by the tv.-o political 3_e- certain early puritanical sututes World with the menace ot his mailed fist fled a fugitive, across tbc border parlies of day. It it is a question passed in Connecticut. The term" is ot eacriBce, so far as political prefer- now, frequently employed to restrictive of the empire where.hc once held sway me'nt soes. It be said of them. Howclls a harbor'of. refuge from 'the.that they'liav'e .taken the sacrifice in 5. September 1st, 1914. .effects of the'i'torin he had'raised. ''following; a's they viewed It, the o'. Krom the Choctaw ifcdlan mean- '.Armistice Day 'Jins not called forjlatea of'conscience. 'There are men'ing "red people." fcny partlcular'public celebration. Some who, as we have seen, have undergone J JMy consider this a grave omission. In u -single night a transform a I Ion of But If we regard the meaning of the political opinion which they have held day carefully and what it nniis. .for. i for Thoy by so doing, ve shall como to tbe conclusion that j'withput impugning their It was just as well. Armlatko rjay. is I motive, have established themselves Bore for quiet commemoration suite-'at any rate In the present, and (Continued from I'age) honored Foch and with UCCIl uulimuu U) I'WJI tning to be remembered where men fomo, thought, be It said, to the future, olller officials In France from tod women happen to congregate in -i! in the position of power, they now en- the lime it was exhumed unlll the chastened rather than in. an tm'lant'. joy. In comparison than a day for -gain ib-the to a day which pre-eminently carries-lion.-.' such men escort of French- destroyers tnrried (be of Dover, jit blame men was brought to London .In the .same we loose Wild t9ngues that have no't i Theft In ayesJSnch boastings as aVQ GefaflleB UBejtJr Jesser b'eed ithoijt i ate a'B Party which, in spile i bodies fpt Edith; Catell, was exerctited" _by" the Germans, anff Capt. Chas. Fryatt, "the British tain of a merchant steainer, who also ihat It Is'the Party death' before "a firing There must li ?somo. uuiformlty, te busineMjto cities become absolutely. In depeadent cut oil froai all gov.ern- ment rpstricljpnu Neill'RriMurces If her na- tural resources imljW.ceived the mou- ey accr.ujng troni them, then they would-be In a-better position to dis- cuss tho retention by the cities ol cer- tain taxation which are now controlled by the province. The natural resources belonged to the pro- inces pf ,the t west, am ifiht'wQuld welcome i! the _ govern- ,y support that too municipalities render in praylng'the' federal government to transfer "Alberta', ridlwltlistandlng the fact lhat she-does' not control her resourc- es, does .'inore'for her municipalities than any other 'province in Canada except- averred .the minister.. The stumbling-blocks to the bring ing into ot-n'satlsfactory stand ardizeoVcity charter, as he flowed-the situation in number, first the different methods of government and Eeconu.'the different forms of tax atiori. Mote Triiik Than Poetry By Vecondedj'aVe'solnllon'.'ennorsing these Tafious" prblecfi, Particularly the bridge Xortherh Speaking to the motion, Commis- GEORGIt AT BREW PARTY The Thompsons :canie to bur house last nite; And argued politicks with pa and ma, And Missus Thompson sed It wuzent rite To try to brake the prohibition law. Ma seJ sha buleaved the saim thing, too. Arid wlsht tlie wets would all get b'adly Except the ones that only had home brew. For tliat was curnthing peeple need- ent mind. But'Missus Thompson Bed that ma was rong; "Let's, make them stop homo bjewln', she sed. "If folks' can't'keep from 'drlnkin1 rite along, They'd all bo better off If they was dead." Pa winked at Mister Thompson, who winked back, And kind of smiled as tho he under- Blood; Aud ma and Missus Thompson took a whack At CTCirybuddy In the nabe'rhood. So pa and Mister Thompson went out side; When'they could get a chanet to sneak away, md ma and Missus Thompson talked 'and To sed which ono would lave the most to say. They didn't neither of them want to hear A thing the other talked so Ma got all out of breath, or purty But enhyhow won the match at last Then pa and Mister Thompson snuck inside, And both'1 looked'gllty and'half Bear- ed to detb, tried .-r To get a smell ot Mister Thompson's bretb, Ond. then they made me Dhurry into 'bed, And 1 that I looped the.l Endorse 1___ jfe were any doubts as to tbe feelings .of- theiriotihern delegales re- ___ Alld Missus Thomson made a-'rnsh-nnd lion extension jt was dispelled at this session when Mayor" Joe'Clarke, of _ chrystal UClJtilcIl j1 fcw 1t1 _ s a Jay in which comes chrysalis ot the.traditions ot the .high home the warning Lest Vje forget." J tnriiT Conservative Party. It Is true "Such boaallng as the, Gentiles that the butterfly has still to find its cleSrly place on Arm-' but there to believe In wej ihai.'with the parental ia I laonld win, i conquest which common enemy a Bilont homage to those whose (inie there'is tlfis-lb sacrifice and heroism the day -w.as sarfd for the world and for the British J, Empire. It day in which It Is to be Bought to perpetuate those noble traditions which, so far as we were concerted, Impelled men and women mat it is me rariy 01 moaer- ,YL i tT-'iio. mmn forth frn'm Ino lay last night In a roomlsioner Freeman, of Lethbrldse, called Kot jCwako when Missus Thomnson iff, lias come, forth from tae .pt knurr-md-fitted-for It tic atii-iitlnn-nf the convention to tho ..sj. espe'clajly set apart" and-fitted for U in Victoria station and a gnafd of honor remained there until mbrning. The immediate guard which escort- ed the body on its.trip through.tbe ......from the composed oi the British race to consider that all well lost which was not placed at tio disposal of Country and Empire it 9.Ufae In which their very founda- were sbakened by tno faltering ot the legions arrayed against us. If we glvp thought lo this aspect of Arm- istice Day, then will the true: reallza- what the Imltn ot victory mean be gained. N which had Its etforia crowned on Armistice Day is a spirit which needs preserving There Is sliil to "carry as tlinre was in that never to be forgotten period which, closed with the.signing of the ftrnilsUce In toe measure' we preserve perpetuate that spirit, In that mcs- BurfiiBhall we endure, and from gencr- to ike the evcrlast will Armletico -Day stand as in. inspiration -to follow on. he atlehtlon'of the convention to tho laiem'entfofiHon. Mr. Milcbell to the effect that the government'had spent In the south cpun- people of the south were to do was to gnarajites the bonds on the prp- ect .which bflng a perniaiieht iblution for a pfouleiii and an expense. that will Teenr "unless the.vw.ater is' placed garni, and UgricnKa stabilized.'-i; More AltttFor by1 the dtjresates'froui the- for creased grants Irig sch'oois'for' nursed.1' Tue-grant per of that valor which ter denies them. These men'hay.e yet to be convinced th'atUhe low'tariff principle they have and to wlilcli they sleailfastiy cling, Has. a chance of being placed'on the'statute 'the .two 'Parties which is bidding for This alone time'dan tell, It requires a greater courage to faco tho opinion that men are accustomed lo hold in regard to those who ot necessity .are slow to mate up their a.ii'd Grosvenor ____ lo Hyde Park 'and Whence to Bubkihghatn-.-. Mall. and Whitehall. 'As th> ffom the .station a- brttery In Hyde Eark fifed a field rnarahal's salute of 19 guns, and iust; as ;the Coffin was lowered Into another bat- tery ot firj'd tte same j'? From'French 'j The grayo was filled ".with baolj brought front the grave which -.the body was exhumed iri France ind was covered by" what )iilo4ra' as i the padre's Bag, one of flags figuring.'.in', the. war.' ;wa! minds as to which Party their allegl-'ltaken lo Franco" earfrfn' the struggle ance at the' present time properly a scorch ol longs, with the evil Insinuations they lay themselves open to, than to open- ly espouse the fortunes of either Party, with no particular conviction as to how their low tariff principles 1 stand' to be realized. in the Herald story competition choose times ot funerals on.thetficld, and it In worthy endeavor, fortl- there in all Southern Alberta to tufle wnen worst, from in the'search of material. In dauntless no thought ot despair, sanctified and fortified with wortli living for Is worth sacrifice and for, l" .VVEU6ME TO la city tt-day will be assembled the men and women who have the re- sponsibility ol, moulding the1 young hu- man1 material of the be fash; ioncj In the .years to comu into ctli- of tho community to which, they ielong and.to tho.Domin- ion pi Canada. As educators, more than teachers, they are welcome, and 5n toft relationship should be (be spirit which should guide their deliberations at the- convention which Tne convention ol the leacbors has a distinctly useful purpose In afford- ing an opportunity of exchange ot Ideas and for assimilating or rejecting them for the purpose of adding to the usefulness of their profession. If It Is taken to a spirit ol.earnestness by one all who 'much of Itnll- and ;c.oilep'tlvp 'b.inetii.wjll bi The they occtipy should bo. regarJcd as the friends and bcnefadtiJiB of the parent It (i'tn this spirft .ttat thej; should ta tendered a 'welcome, nccompinlcd.liy a ahowVof interest la their procecdingi in that Itev are not.tfflly.cpnfinetrfc affect-alio who are'Itc the teacberi, "Sugar" from the gallery did not appear to sweeten tho temper ol the lion. J. A. Caider on Monday night. With four vacancies on the School Board thero Is-sufficient room to ful- fil many The Labor Party In the city has yet to be .heard, from .In. regard lo the municipal elections. ments to which, the loaned it for short periods. Not In recent years has London seen such determined police precau lions. Extra atrong barrlciides been constructed at every approach to Whitehall nnd the abbey, arid every man that .could bo spared-was on duty or was held in reserve near Whitehall Store windows even blocks away, were boarded or protected by steel shutters In order to prevent breakage by the crush. After the ceremones were com plcted tlie barricades were opened and when the crowds all who cared to were allowed to go inlo Whitehall, pass the cenotaph ,'am place wreaths on it. Long lines begal lo file past It seemed tho solemn march would continue for hours. Representatives of the, Dominion Great War Veterans' association plac- ed a wreath in tribute to the unknown Another wreath fromthe Cana- "Lasl Pout" Tumi bore the said: '.Tow-owle, wowle, ylppllly, who PICKED UP F O tt T H E B U S Y MAN if You Don't BelUve If, Premier Mfighen Try and' Get a Job In the Old' Way Nov. Methodist church.oJ city, was the scene of tonight's meeting, at which ha premjcr of Canada, by Hon. J, A. Caider, .Immigration and colonization minister, defended the record of the federal government and outlined, ils..policies. The building was Ailed witb 12011 persous. Immedi- ately ,after the ministers left for' where tomorrow light the. final Alberta ,meeting will bo held. jPreniler Meigben described .the.pres; ml administration, as continuation of and successor" to .the union goverif- uicut- formed In 19lt, an expression of. the continuity of the bond which then tiounrt'those who Bought tho prosecu- tion of the war and Ihe .solution of after-war "Patronage- in federal service Is said Mr. Melghen. "It you have any doubt; juet try. to exercise a pnll to gel anyone into the service, or sell, for instance, some land to the land settlement.board and. It does yon any good. Because we did thai some of those.behind us through- out tnp country los't their active work- ing cijlhuslasm, whichJn.past years had been the ceuieut which hound, to- ii'er the party organization. Down at Ottawa, and In Ontario, where they vatch. us more closely, nothing.has brought us.more criticism course.In this thing. There were more workers in. the government service because government activities had been greatly extended, but they were not'parly workeru.1-' umoruioig I r NEW Y NOT? trom'-'r-PhHadelphia 'state .lhat th'e: heads [at Dr. Frank Warren, tlte oldest'physi- clan iu Whllley, is dead. Premier and Mrs. Mcighcn made air- plane flights while at Kumioops. Frederick W. Tlngey of Gravenhurst, 16 years old, was mortally wounded by the accidental discharge ot his gun. Mr. Dcwdney, manager of tho Bank of Mouireal, New Denver, htS'been transferred to llosslaud. T. E. Corbett, Quebec Rhodes ar, and originally from Fort Qu'Ap- pelle, Sask.. li the Orst Canadian lo become a fcllqn- of Oxford University. The retirement au early'dale of Paul Cambon as French ambassador to Great Brituiu Is forecast by the Kcho de Paris. V._B. Gundy of the Windsor Hous- commission, has been appointed ppllco magistrate for Kssex county, succeeding tho late Alfred Hon. Jos. Martin, at Vancoaver, said both parties )n B. C. were I'rotten eggs'! but Bowser, the opposition lead- er, was his choice. A gas and oil well sunk OB the farm of Jos. Keyser, near Arkona, was. In- spected by a government inspector who reported a big flow of mineral gaa ol the finest quality. B. C. nominations for the legislature include Ceo. Brant, labor, Nelson; John McKie, Conservative and B. C. Hennlger, Liberal, Grand Forks; Ma- jor Martyn, Liberal, Dewdney; H. C. llelgeson, Liberal, Esqulmault; Frank Hussell, Liberal, R. H; Neelands, Labor, South Vancouver; Hugh Stew- art, Liberal, W. W. B. Mclnnea, Inde- pendent Liberal, Comox; Bert kergiu. Liberal, Atlin; K. O. farmer, Delta. BANKER v IS TRANSFERRED (From Our pvvii Corresponilenl.) VULCAN, :Nov, yulcan band is hard at again ania: nailroad'ln' that af'er.Jl10 of.tho. harvest seaaoii, when so many of- tho members were Ing patient per day i now BOl'centB. Tho wanted It increased to (Continued from A-reBOlutiph endorsing the demands for the sur- seating jfS'' IncVcate Grants A resolution' govern- ment-for for hos-v pltals and training nurses was passed! The .convention asked that the grant of 50 cents per day per patient be Increased per day. Tho...... also thi fairness he' injraaged the convention It; was 'pretty hard to keep Joe quiet at- times, but ..Miiydr Mafshall handled Joe with a skill, bom of long experience_. V Some' ol the delegates from the smaller towns intimated on the side that the Big-Four ran-the convention and-that too much time was devoted to the problems of tho cities.. There was, raised on this point during the convention. Every. delegate, whether urban or -rural, to speak. Mayor -Marshall: was always fair and courteous. C-he of-the delegates at the convention was' Mr. Carnegie ot He understands municipal afTairVand isn't afraid to olfer sugges- tion's. 'He is a'persistent advocate of a graduated Income tax In thin scheme in Canada, by the railroad in I conjunction with a numuur. ol large [Canadian corporations. The project was-said to Include the construction of a new international bridge over tho Detroit river byj which tho ".United States railway would enter Canada. The story ot tbo big deal Is report- ed to have enianatbil from the-fepre- sentalives' of the" United States de- partment in Ottawa: The Wall re- port "Industrial and tr'an.sn.prlatlop. is-. velopment'costing oveiv for', Western Cacnria, Is- planned by Canailian" Pennsylvania Rail- way, Essex Terminal Railway and Canadian Steel'Corporation, according to department-of commerce .advices from Ottawa. 'The river.oh' new interna libraries of the province wero .'ought to bs deserving ol more '_____ __------. state aid and a resolution-wag passed asking the government for-, larger-ap- propriations for librarleB. -Hon. Mr. Mitchell, who was remarked thai .he thought 'lhat 'the resolution was.well-advised and that the libraries were entitled to more money. -Vole of, vote of thanks was extended to the city, of royal manner, in which It enlefUinGd r.r.i, cared for the delegates. The delegates expressed themselves as being de- lighted with tho trealraentf accorded them. -j- Tho press was not.p'veriookcd. A standing vote ot thanks was extended to the press of the city of In making-the motion' Dr; Chrystal paid tho local press this nice compli ihcro. dlans' legend Now it only remains to hear Mr. Crerar, and our cduci will bo complcto. 'Lest we lorget.1' From the farmer's point of view it does not appear thai Premier Ilelghoa Chose Body For Burial At Paris is gnlng vutes. to reap a rich harvest ol Home Rule for cllles is tho latest slogan V Alberto. Ireland will for tho present be backed off the map, but no one can gay Iriat our Scotch mayor !e a Sinn Felner. The time for writing tbat story is getting shorter. Remember that with the ninth pf December the date ol tho closing of-'the Herald slorj compeli- lion in drawing nighj No ond should allow himself or her- self ami regrets In not entering tho Hernlil story competition, wlien tho storks appear In print In "feeling thai lie or tho could bAve done better. VERDUX, France, N'ov. ther tho freezing cold November night nor tho long waiting line coiild sub- due the eagerness ol the residents ol thfs city to partlcipalo In Iho funeral vigil over tbe bodies ol eight unknown soldiers ol France, exhumed so that ono might be chosen for burial under tho Arc de Trlomphe In Paris as a tribute lo the fallen French pollus. This choice was to lake plnco late tonight, a private, soldier selecting n body at random. By dawn-this rriornlng tho coffins wore hidden from sight by the masses of flowers 'brought by-'pllgrlms who, from'last all tho roads to Vcrdon from GO miles around. Child- ren from every school of Verdun fjled pact the catafalque on which .tho. cot- fins reposed at i .o'clock .thlz It tho first, ceremony'____ _____________, kind in France's klitory of 50 years Calgary, was ,ln In the re-election of J. D. Saunders as secretary.trcasurer the-convention made no mistake, Mr. Saunders ex- hibited a thorough grasp of the in- numerable details connected with his office and did things in a quiet, assuming way. tbo band before long. Tho younger set of the Church of England congregation, led by 'Mr. Clraaccn, are assiduously rehearsing lor ii grand concert which will be given, about the end of November or tho beginning' of December. Thoy have collected, somo of the very best local talent available, and al- though their practises are conducted with, the utmost hav'3 an Idea that'.spmething'equally as good, if not rivalling the; peerless "Chu Chin Chow" U In store, for- Vulcanites.'; .Mr. A.- B. R. who has'been on the Bank of Commerce staff here for nearly was recently transferred to Irrlcapa. His place was filled by Mr. Gibson, formerly of tho staff at Irricana. Corp. Allen, of the Provincial -Po- returned. to .Vulcan last'.week, after .spending. months In ,-Kng- ttonal 'liridgo is land-visiting. [friends. saidj 'and will, enort Is again llio local from, Betrolt to .BulTalo, wliere.It :wlll coniiect with the Michigan Central of Canadian steel THREATEN REPRISALS FOR ENGLISHMEN IN UNITED STATES WASHINGTON, Nov. Brit- ish embassy announced Wednesday it hnd taken steps to call thesattention of the United States stato department to n message recently received, by tho Brliish chief secretary for Ireland, dated New York, and threatening prisals against Englishmen residing in the United States "if there are any more reprisals in Ireland oni and after November 1-1." The New York message was sent In the name of .tho Amalgamated Irish Societies :of America and .bore the signature, president." At the slHttMleparlment it-was slat- ed nothing receives tonight, from relation fo.ibe: tho convention' -ajif its1 deliberations was gratefully acjihowlerfgo and ap- preciated, ho Thus tho sixteenth annual conven- tion of tho Union of Alberta Munici- palities was brought to a close. It was a hislory-mnklng gathering. Much The outside delegates wero all agreed that the Lelhbritlge hosts wero Jolly good fellows and that was not at all an arid town, all reports of drouth lo the conlrary. message.-lsVcpmmcnt (is to the cpurEp Calgary was selected as the next the mfgllt place of meeting In spito of joelmirsne Clarke's charge that It was the one! hew aa puollshed city In tho province In which every- hereby that if there .are any :niprje reprisals In Ireland ton ror after November H lhat Ihe men .pf Irish blood In Ihis country nnd.-their sympathizers will immediately begin reprisals of Kng- Hshrncn horn who are not citizens of tho United States; for every man, woman or child who Is. murrleret? after the above'date by 'the cowardly fcng- lish soMlw. nnd police, thrco EiiBllsh- in this country will pay the Mr, and Mrs. Chas. Fitzpatrick, jr. left last. week, tor Vancouver, whero they wiil spend the winter-months. Mr. Fitzpatrick Is in.falling health nnd It Is h'oped .that, the change will result in an, Improv.emenU. There has been R considerable num- ber of auction sales conducted in this fall. Nearly every ono of which was well attended, nnd the goods offered, Including stock, machinery and. household realized good prices. hoily stood to aa a vlsi- ment that the reports of the conven- tion wKlch had Appeared In the Herald were Ihc fnilcBt and falriesljlhey have nrty ol t'n6 sixteen conventions they Mil. SSiich Ircalment him only "Lelhbrldgo Is tor and hold hfm Lo; hla.last penny. Joe saitf he' was actually assigned n bridal suite nt Hie Lcthbrldgo hold anrl lie was astounded when Ihc clerk a marvellously flno Joe says, and he's coming back. valuable work was lioriu raal nifttiy province, movements looking into much needed 'fm convention passed a resolution asking tho government for a more ex- tensive distribution of antl-loxln. If this passes Ibis anti-toxin will be available in every town of tho reforms were launched. It wan n con- vention made up. of serlorts-mindcil business men engaged In municipal life, and they dealt Iho various questions lhat arose a courageous, honosl, careful way." Evefy resolu- tion passed was weighed And Ils rncr- Us well otiihUshed. It was a good convention In every sense ol Iho term. Sidelight! on Ihe Municipal Con- venuon A dliltntt honfir conferred upon LothbrldRo as well as upon Commis- sioner Fr'oeman when he tfas chosen to head the mnnlclpai iinloniduring the con In B year. It Is a.very responsible poMtlon'bul everfoiie felt that Free' man would flli the job !n a big way. The carrying Into effect of Ihn im- portant suggestions made ro school tnnds in Mr. Duggan'n very excellent paper was left to three capable men, J. J. Duggsui, Kilmonton; Commission- er Freeman, LethbrMge, and. Commis- sioner Samls, Calgary. Aid. Sam Adams, o( Calgary, who is freely mentioned as ihe next mayor Of tho metropolis to the north, is a hard worker. Ho contributed largely to tho success of the convention, vote ot riiifinii tendered tho ol his way and with bla fund pt sood penalty." ms'ronic MASONIC LODGE CELEBRATES SUGAR REFINERS TO ASK FOR HELP MONTREAL, Nov. says today that "tho Canadian sugar refiners are again making represen- tations 'to the Dominion government in the hope-Of securing federal as- or otherwise, to enable them to meet'.the unprecdent- which has arisen in the Cfanaiiian sugar _.______________ 1IAMILJO.V, Nov. made] Ofj Hmlth's Tavern whore Bririon Masonic' lotlgo of this city met in the ynnr 17'd7 1 feature ol tho decorations at the 12iilh jjnnivrrsary of Iho lodgo here last .nif.ht. Past masters ot Bar- ton loOjj't1. Et'teS III the various .offices ami a hj.no.net followed the lodge i work. It was -stilted tliat.ln 1809'the worshipful inastcr of the craft in the lodge into mourning for tho death of Ocorgft Wiishlr.fitoii "ft righti The social side of tho convention Mtcil Klalcs." tho great Indian chief, Dr.int, was fl ffpciucia. visitor to fJsrlon liidgp A-century agn. Ilvd to >cn fomk'st uAl .Aarl it Is'-Mil Improbable' thnt nt'.llidt tinid'.h'! will still bo Mayor Mardlc. Ronicliody of a prophetic turn of mind predicted this, at least, last night. .Buy Your Victor (HIS MASTER'S VOICE) was not overlooked. A fine spirit of good-fellowship prevailed, everybody w'p.s happy, there were no nasty words exchanged, n good time was had, and as Mllndl would say, "refrcahrnSntK were served." Mayor finu'iit, Ims fo'Jgbt hard for Homo Jlule for Cities, will likely Quick service, courteous, clerks, and nil the catalog to choono from fit MASON RiSCH VICtROLA PARLORS. licmemljer the big saving you can nitike. on Red Real Heconls over laEt year's prices. Ask tig to let you licar.Eoino. VICTROLAS ON EA3Y TERMS. KASON.. BISCH, UN1ED Balmoral Block "The Home of the Vlctrola"