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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOO1 t ailxru DAILY AND WEEKLY KU Publlfhtn THaV LITHiRltxei HERALD JR1NTIHC COMPANY. LIMITED tM Ml MrMt L.Uibrli> W. A. Xav. laid foundation [or carrying oa tae Golden Kule which war has teudM) to empbaslie. In belplac towards achieving the end to which humanity has locked al lome'.huv for which Ihe. war was worth much depends on Ihe spirit shown In the war being amp'il- fitd in Ihe days o[ peace. Thert la r; Ihe danger ot forfeiting; Is alwayi the danger ol becoming too with Iho carei of present day lift- Keeping the Memory srtea of those better things which, aland In illumlnallng conlran lo the horrors of war Is something worth striving for. In helplai towards these ends local balleri.s kitacripti.n Dally. pet week _, ot tie ___________which have taken place ia the city meaa much and add The comradMhtp of the gunplls and Ih. trenches Is Ibe naw flime which the war has lit, to keep lhat flame froia and out la the j purpose of tbe reunions of the moa who have fought and suffered to- g.lher. ;t U a holy flame which I naTM-.be necessary lo rekindle ,ta m.'i. r or t sou y' by null, year lo U.S. kept burning. The reunions ot Ih pcw.uaiLj OD addreas Label. .an of papers after eiplratlon aatc fc ou authority to U. atriltlML ,THE FEED SITUATION IH THE SOUTH T The feed silostlon In Ibe south, rerard to Its shortage, has bacome an j lion Is a happy thought They will ai maler'j'ly in the scheme for perpe uiling the names of batteries whlc In this city have become historical remains Jor Ihe members of Iha Ic artlllen- units to see that for all tlm reunions remain as. annu nol merely for the perpelu Vill Be Cosy and Attraetive- Would Like to Slavs Normal School (From Our Own jetrard to its shorlaje. has become m ume memories, bul f icutr problem. Much ii balng done, thai new relation- to rell.ve the acuteness. Imt it re 1 lt mell which means much t" 'ship between men which means much il I _ _: __t BIG PROPERTY SALES IN GREAT BRITAIN It is a noteworthy lacl thai in Great I Britain al tba present time big estates are continually coming under the aaiu'.a.Sroat problem the j macn. lime, In being accentuated by the severe 'wMlher. The problem is bound to be a re- c'urrini problem wlih conditions as tkty perfodlcally aupeer. This points to the Importance ol it being gresped than later. truth of a slitcli in time sav- ing nine' may" well be applied to the feed problem. Herculean efforts are at Lhe present time to tide over Ihe EllualLon. This Is so in it long delayed: -Provisions hive been made earlier-In pre- paring for what has arisen. The [eed as It remains today should icrre purpose of a warning to lo gel ready early In fntons lo'provide for 'and lo combat ill -II hi o[ things as U con- __ laiporUat an Industry aj the industry, it thil the ol himm4r. Many of thesa are historic estates, such as Singleton Abbey and olheri which have in Ihe hands of Lhelr holdera for a consider able time. The activity in tie British real estate market Is due to the enor mous tales which are now placed o Incomes so as to meet the huge den r-ohlracted doling-the war which I icing the country- The proapect as (o Gnat Brilal weitherlnt Use pie Is Interesting, an t 'remains lo be seen whether history ,x -..rt'iT, wm--repeat itself. In the presen lo be read In .s f w lorlc parallel In Ihe oulcoaM ot ti number of areas there bad been M til aru UroujiloaL Ike soutbera portion ol Ibe ProTlnce, Napoleonic The country lace similar'debt'then, and ttoagh It w not In so gigantic It fur- nished i like problem. In ratio in which things were Lhen and In Biach ot Ibe nl anxiety and d. As trouble milht bare spsred. day puses md conditions snch of Irri- M tae >raMnt an'ie yallbn 'gains thereby. It-Is soaielAlag at least worth know- .inr Ibal we have tbe solull this the followlni In "The Solrency of lh regard lo pamphlet: issued by the Guaranty Trust Company of New York, If worth read- ing. r. Referring; to Great Britain and tbe jE I Napoleonic wars, the pamphlet says, to hand in tbe Irrigation mate of the rallo between debt tnr projects In prospect. Condition; as tiey "re Ibis winter nrgc the necasslly lhat these schemes bo brought to a haad is speedily as possible. In liem vlca and national income. tor the pre- sent after-war period Is almost Iden- tical with that Jual cited. The ratio between upendilurc in the haad is speed ly as posnnie. ID ujern no. onlTin relieving but coming Budget and the national In. '.JS maklns sllua't.ons which "me 1. 21 per cent, or somewhat t'oday confront us. JHE NIGHT SCHOOL THE COMMUNITY movement made in regard to jhe tonnallon of night schools in Lhe city may well be said to come within the forward movemenl which Is at nrnnl laklas a foremost thoigh for the time being iris con- fined lo Ihe churches. The 'scheme h oae.of bringing opporlunily io the doori of those who are looking for the same In Ihe way of monlal pro- tra4s and Improvemenl. i. The opportunity which the establish ing of' night jcbools gives -for the promotion of l sludy of Lhe English language by Iboae who are" toda> lhan the estimated ratio In 1816. The pamphlet draws attention lo the fact Ihfit the population was rnly at that time and concludes bat Great Britain will ncover Just as y la Lethbrldge has every reason to be proud of the progress Ihe Victory Loan is miilnf. The Prince of Wales has left Can- ada During his stay In the Dominion he has become a young Canadian In spirit, and has created a personal In- leresl In himself amongst th. people of Canada. happily called new Canadians has lu it ill thai belongs lo a national move- U Is Ihe halfway house, lor bringing these new Canadians to- wards a hnmlcdre and assimilation ideals. This opportunity lor affording a famlllarily with Ihe Eng- lish laniuige Is one of Lhe oblecls ol nlghl schools and nol Ihe leasl Ira- jortant, 1 The prospects ot Ihe night schools, 4s conllnuallon classes, and as a Means of encouraging a familiarity with Ihe EngllsK languJia, are Iticom ir.only bright In lhat Lhey hate beon asked- for. The opportunity 13 re and tht opportunity Is Ft remains for those lo whom IVii A.BaE are made available to profit h; lalorotl shown should b jusUined; and the only means of do (of tnls fcj allendmce. Tkt iftd for nlfht schools has bee iboini II rtmilns that the net This depsnrt ta tkoM for whom schools hlv The recepllon which the Prince received al Rouses PoinL Is have been a rousing one. What ore Is to be expected irora a place lhal nime? TffC RIUNIONt Of THf mATTCRlIS Tii war not only created new tat MUfclfsnvo' a new slaa4ard ol i Ullmnllhj individuals. .Tb au had 'lit origin r aaiil (nnplts. The fjlifitM Mck .otier's daniers and lo know another Inleresl In municipal elections ppura for Ihe presenl to be at low ih. Hot Lhe Fatly In Ihe city o not Intend lo lei II remain so long. Thefe. Is as much guessing oyer andlilale; (or Ihe Commlsslonershlp f Public V.'orks as Ihero Is In Ih. p.r- onncl of Ihe Drury Ciblnet. Tho only people who are content- d with the present weather ars the urlera. Which goea lo show lhal you can neither nor displease everybody. TABER, Nov. G. TV. V. A. E busy renovating the building pur- hased recently c-o Hough Street. Downstairs a banlwocd floor Is being ut in and the room being fitted up s a cosy, comfortable hall, suitable or concerts, dances and ladge pur- poses. The upstairs space Is being onverted inlo club rooms where pool ables and- other equipment will be nslalled. It Is the purpose of the vet- erans to make Ihelr headquarters ns attractive as possible, and a distinct asset to the community. Ed. Wjldmin ias charge o! Ihe present renovation. N'fii sprlnx the building will be brick veueered. Mr. Stevenson of Hardleiille sue ceads Mr. George Hob'erls ns mlna manager In tbe Canada West mine. Victory Loan Taber's Victory Loan campaign oes forward. The J12.000 mark has been passed. It Is hoped when normal wealher returns the drive will speed up and the objective id reached. But the campaign haE ready revealed how hard Ihls dls- icl has been hit. by (he.drought of e past two years. Taking brecks off Hlghlandman is a Irtfle. In comparl n to raising money, even for llic ost patriotic purpose, in a drought mitten our canvassers lell The -Methodist chicken pie supper eld In the Kins George hole! on Hal- owe'en passed off successfully and etled Ihe Ladles' Aid the sum ot Mr. Samuel Roberta had bis foot everely crushed on Friday at the Canada West mine.. On Salurday ilr. Feltman'e fist collided with a lump of oal While Ihe Impact was not suf- icient to shatter tbe coal, it hat ne- cessitated a bandage or two for use minacious member. On Sunday evening Dr. J. H. BQ- naran, medical for India, addressed'a large "audience In. the Presbyterian chnrch. giving a very In account ot his -work among the Bbils of centra] India. Mr H. Hull, secretary of .the Al herta' Social Service League, will glvi an account.of the work ol Lhe league nexl Sunday: In Presbyterlai chnrch al 11 a.m. and In the Metbodlsl chul-ch al 1.30 pjn. numtwr of Ihe Tabw were in attendance at Uie Teacheri1 Con venllon in Lethbridge last week, am report one of tie beat conventions ye The Ladles' Aid of Knoi church ar holding their annual chicken pie sup- per and sale of fancy and useful ar tides In th. King George hotel on Friday, Nov. Hth, at 6 p.m. Mr. Waller Fills left Monday for a trip to Edmonton. Mr. Wiiiiam Creasy, residing near Iletlaw died' on Monday morning was burled in Iletlaw on Wednesday. For a time Mr. Cressy was stage driver between Taber .and Rttlaw and was known for Ihe fldelily of the service rendered. Th..ladles of SI. Theodore'! chnrcb announce a bazaar for Dec. Sib. We have read carefully sirens and timely memorial presented re- cently lo the minister of education by Ibe Lethbrtdge Board of Trade anent the establishment a normal school In Southern Alberta. We believe a good case has been made qal, and that tbe whole of the south will heartily endorse Ihe plea of the memorialise have, had personal experience ot tec ol sending a aludent urCilcuy for normal school triinlns, and we have knowledge also that Ihe dltlancc and the expense lo Calgary puls a serious obstacle In the way ol man? of our high school graduates taking up a teacher'a tralping course. It Is the last straw wllh some lhat breaks the back of the resolution. We are confident therefore- lhal a norrtal school 'centrally located In Southern Alberta would open the door for many iulo the leaching profession, and would create an. overflowing constituency ot Its own. The Iminln cut development of Southern Albeha as a result of the great Irrigation pro Jects now under way "would wsrran any progressive government In eslab- llshlng such a school without delay We look lor Soulhern Alberla lo be- come in a short lime Ihe most densely ssttled rural district In Lhe Lhreo provinces, needing not one, bul two or more normal schools. Taber a Possible Site While however heartily en- oraes Lhe memorial ol Ihe oard of Trade (or a normal school n Ihe soulh, we do not wish Ihom to el- obsessed wllh Ihe Idea Lhat their ily is Ihe only poaclble location for ilch an Inslllutlon, Wa have been ludylng tho geography lately and Ind thai Taler Ihe more cenlrally ocaled. The. published In Iho rrigalion Numbtr of tha Lethbridge Herald also show lhal Taber la In Lha heart ol tba proposed Irrigation a district thit will soon be teeming with Intenalv. formers. We would point out also tbat.Ihe Lhlrtwn con- solldaled schools referred to In the thai will certainly become important era to Ih. new most of them geographically closer lo Tiber than to Further, Taoer is a strictly Lown. having no standing quarrel wilh Ihe attorney- general, and Is alio a logiial compro- mise between the rival cities of Lelh- brldge and Medicine Hat. And luer. are other reasons, the proper time comet Taber will be found mod- estly bul confidently urging claims to the normal school against all com- ers "wllh malice toward none." U Is a.v.r a pleasant Usk to lay n serloni charga against anyone, and only a profound fonst of oi.r duty as r ._ ._u- naln. lICKED UP IN ASSING THK HUIV UAH. California last wccX and Eddie Johu- on Is now dUconsolate was' Jrovvned when thi Wnrreu souk. barge Homer I Kev. W. P- Parsons, who was se- I vcrcly wounded In Krauco. has been iKisimasler ol Sussex. N.B. Lieut.-Col. Count do Bary. King- Eton, htts been appointed senior ord- D.tiolt U lo have a new MUCO ollker for Military District house. The choauest flat 111 lor 1COO. J. O. Conis, Oriltla, receive Ms eon perished while uear WesUulnjter, H. C, wortl Shortage of newsprint forces thp Chkaco Tribune ll> cut the sire of dally Issues lo 32 pages. NOVEMBER 12. 1910 Is chan-wl witB her husband for aaothar leu. During "safely first" among employes on. the Pennsyl- vania a i.cllon foreman saved Ihe lite ol cue his men by snatching him from in Iroat of a moving train. He then discharged the man for caretessnflsa. The Brunswick Canadian Prolnots Co rhonograpb manufacturers, wttl their office and hiadquar- tors at Woodstock- Two men were drowned, two others Xo _ been found of I will of Geo. W. Klklns licriuoaLn'i Two men were arownea. umun to tho t'lty of Phllniellihla hit col- probably to. a boy was falaliy shot lecileu iMlntluss. worth wbllo hunting, and a child burned lo rtpnih over the iveek-cud In Tlmla- n clliten Impels us to lake Ibis pain ful step. But we find that one of the members of Ibe town corporation Is not dlKharjIni bis duty, in fad. Is enllrely Inefficient and worlhleas, ani Is Ueroby endangering the solely o: Lhe whole liwru. We refer, it the namo must bo given, to the hydrant at the court home comer. This green garb ed genlleniai, servant of the munlcl palily, will neither function summe or winter. He Is a hypocrite and a fraud, a cumberer Jt the ground, nn cJttnco to all honesty, a mirage In Ih deserl, a brazeu lie, a slone ol slumb ling for the unwnry. Lasl year whe he miserably failed the hoys who were preparing the skating rink he solemn- r promised he would be thawed out n'nd in full repairs for the nexl sea- son. But when they come back seeR- water he has nolhlas for lnsiu but further promises. ceases to bo a virtue in Ihls case. We there- fora call upon Mayor Vickery and Ihe rest of Iho council, upon Ihe police force. Superintendent Foi and all concerned, id uproot and the scrap heap forthwith Ihls deceit- ful and worthless scamp, and to re- place him with, a plain, honest hy- drant that will function night and flav- summer and winter without for'the boys, must hare water for rink. m L3 uow aikruusumie. The tlallowa'en party held ot the was a decided success for eat Ihe cold were present, some from qulto a long distance. parly slarled at 8 o'clock, with som. music. Then .Mr. Mitchell Elart- death over the -week-cud Stokes, a member c-1 the G. Raining district. V. A., will ruu fur aldcnuiui In SL _ Thomas. The G. W. V. A. of Pres coming j going lo pUce candidates In lh< for municipal honors. are; field! ed the game of "Family -which (hero could operate for- weeks ivlth kept the gucsls amused for R lime. C0al sloi-ks on hand. Other plants uso until the game of "VYlnkum" was I natural Etarted. Aller tnls (here was a promenade. Refusal ol public. throup-h rcforen- Ihe visitors walking in couples around- jlltn vole, to ailou- Increase In 5-t-ent the room to music. Whenever Iho rare charged by Jacksonville, Fla., music stopped, the girls, ivho were Traction Co., vesultcJ In receivership, masked stepped ahead to another purl-1 ner. Then allot Ihe girls, and same Patrick Welsch. of Sin Francisco, the boys, who bad masks on, look j fainted for Ihe first llmo In his Ufa oft their masks. 1 when bo got a meseagc from Ibe Atler Ihc unmasking (hey pbycd hospital saying he was Iho father ot "Wins-urn" linlll refreshments were triplets, served in the form of grapes, apples, j nuts candles, cake, sandwiches and i John Armstrong Chalonor, rccently icoi. victor In a 22-year fight to bo declared Alter the refreshments, come of the sane In New York. Is fifing on the guests were in. 5 rlaJ' his own production. Ing being lanip block rubbed on the face. A great many or the guests A St. Louis policeman reported one 150 Joined the "Blue Church." and a hour late lust Sunday. ..He set tho real many other games ivero played. family clock back one hour before Then when Iho" Key boys wanted to went Id bed Saturday niglit, and D home they round that someone had afterwards his wife set 11 back an- o nome mey [ounu LUUI buini-uuc nuu ;niii.-i woma jeen playing Hallowe'en Jokes snil .other hour had taken two wheels ott one buggy nnd hauled another one a short dis- ence away. Solve Hotel and Social Centre Problem Dis- trict Meeting Friday Use of rouse and powder has been eliminated from tho curriculum of New York High schools. Girls who ne They finally got the wheels on the laid that they had bad a very enjoy- A jury composed entirely ot en- able time. I men was selected ut Cleveland lo Lrj There were, about Ihirty presciil-and I Mrs. Goldlo Drossos. who asscrlec learly all were at tho 'teen ago. a woman can understand somi PEOPLE'KNOW MASON RISCH QUALITY You frol prourt or Four piano when llic namo Mason nlach U on llic (all tioarj. You know Iliat your sucats know It's Ihe best. 1 Our "factory lo huine" plan of selling will inlcrcsl our prices. Slvlc nooklcl free. Easy terms it desired. mm RISCH, INHED Balmoral Block Home of Iho BUY VICTORY BONDS (From Our Own------- NOT. Irriga- good crops do not Prevent 111 telling our lull snare o! the winter weather. The snow has done one rood thing howerer-lt has covered up the Coaldale. main Street. _ Tour correspondent wishes that he growers would sell all tbe bay they ha-re at per ton, and lak. note for U In needy cases. H. regrets how. ever thai he can't make any such an- nouncement. still a doctor, a inf store and a hotel Iho wont way. How to build a TJI.CA. at and solve the hotsl and MC lal centre problem all in oneT I would Mem tbat there is an chance lo Iry out such an eiperimen which night eventually be.cop ed by .olhtr communities; to their lasting Ladies' Aid annual supper wa a great success. The things lo ea were eicellent, and not eicelled by any presented to us. Th. moving picture were both humorous and Instructor but tie by lie Girls' Sunday school class was good beyond all ex- precallon. The play waa got up by the girla almost without assistance and real-credit Is due them, for, Ihelr ln- uslry and good lalte. The lecture IT Rsv. Thos. Powell.was very much ppreda'.ed by all and he will sure f a crowd nny he relurns'lo Coaldale. The crowd was etd we bad a full house, On Sunday, Rev. Thos. Powell WM preacher at tbe local church and was TMtad wllh good crowds, and Ihe crowds were treated lo excellent sev moss. Mr. Powell expected back again on Friday to the Lelhbrldge dlslrlcl meellr.g al Coaldale. He wll ie well received. Wealher pennltiing Ihe meeting o the Lethbridge district of the Metho- dist church will be held In Ihe schoo auditorium at Coaldale. AfternM session at 3 p.m. Evening session a pm. All Ibe congregation are ure ed to altend. Addresses and discn ions on Ihe great Inler-Chnrch For- ward Movement. Mr. H. A. SuEsitl mads a buslnes [rip lo Calgary on Monday. At Ihc Ladies' Aid supper on Fr day Ihe opportunity was taken lo e Ihe regfl of Ihe community o [he pending departure of Mr. and Mr F G Morton. Mr. lien 9. Pawson pr nenled Mra. Morton with a set of s ver leaspoons as a mark ot the In which Mr. and Mrs. Morion ar. he In the community. They will be ml ed and their place will bo very ha and relumed PROTESTS KEEPING OF WAR BERLIN'. N'ov. German government has addressed t Ihe supreme council al Paris a nol proleillni against the retention by iYance ol German war prlloners. The nolc declares that Ihe holding of tna men creates a alluallon which is nol only dangerous lo Germany's own ei- islenct bul U Is also a menace ivjl- slit German frontier. A Uarre, VI., boy his a aliunk hlcti he found on a doorstep eral wwks ago, H folloira him around like a cat or dog, and no liven him' no reason lo neter reia lions. HOCKEY BOOTS HTfCH PATENT This Bool Is slronj, and Ibo most satlsfnctory Skal- Boot on the market. SEE THESE BEFORE BUYING W. J. NELSON Co, ..Shcrkck Building OU will find allthreeflavours in the air -tight sealed packages -but look for the name RIGLEYS because it is your pro- tection against Inferior imitations, just as the sealed package Is protection against impurity. SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT ;