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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FINAL EDITION NUMBER 284 TWENTY CITY BOYS OUT OF TWENTY.FIVE HEADPOR FARMS Asked the Vocation Boys Preferred to Follow and Big Proportion Chose the Teachers Elect Raymond Principal President of Association. Woolf principal ol tho Ra> Mond public school elected pre- sident of .the. South 'Amelia Touchers' assoeisitldn forlthe neit twelve months at the'closing session ot the two-days' convection yesterday afternoon: I-cth- hrldgo was- -as iho meeting jlaca'again licit-year. The. officers' resulted as Honorary president, Hon. {Jeorgo P. Smith, bt educa- tlon president Woolf, Haj niond first pres'ilcnt "Mr Asscl stinc. Hellvue: second vice-president 'A. ,1. Law, Coaldale; secretary-treasur er James W Daudaon Central school, Leihbrldge; :executive committee. In specters' Hutchlsor Maclcod, llauisi Cardston; Scpffleld, Foremost; Waison I ethbrldge and Supt J b Hodgson, ot the Lelnbridge cits The closing session Tias ono 01 the most important of tho wuole conven tloji An address on Jloadtag" G Fred McNaiiy. prbvlucial supervisor ol schools! Edmonton, was the feature ol Iqe session and out of it developed B discussion full ot hiuls suggestions to tho assembled teachers Jhc speaker dMdedyTeading into three classes flint, the skimming pro- cess such as ono uses in reading the fifteen mln iiwsi thought was sfflclent time to devote to a morning paper, socond the slightly more con cenlralho .reading as of novels and magazines, and third, the Intensive reading as in the case of studying lor addresses HERE'S A GIRL WHO'S NOT AFRAID Nor. IS. an IS-uicn vfitb. a ;drop of 55 feet should she miss her footing'and In a 40 miles au hour Miss Uay "rapidly walked out pails ;ot vaier list night to light a fire which had caught in tho peak ot tho root ot tfc.o Uoyal she is employed and. held tho flames In check till tho firemen tould givo the'r attention to them audlput them out. ONTARIO PREMIER EXPRESSES VIEWS ON UNEMPLOYMENT TORONTO, Nov. Premier Drurj In replying to a communication from the Independent Labor party on. the matter of unemployment, points .out Hat Iho main question involved la the problem Is Tho proper direction of the unem- ployed; to channels of employment; i Claimed Ttlai Kansas Flour Mill ing Industry is on Verge of HAD 'BEFO'REACOURl 14 utes w Sir L do OHO UHco mv i paper in about fifteen mln jwhea wage decrease action should thnneht was bo taken to force down the cost living commensurate with the down- ward trend of wages and no artificial, financial or commercial combinations to keep up the cost of living should lesson puhllo etc i One of the most Important points to bo remembered in reading a point that the teacher should impress the students with was that of tho elimtn atlon of ndn-eEsentiala.' Another .was the power of attention in reading Mr McJvally told the convention of n lest he had made recently In the i-d monlon schools He had printed on i sheet of paper ear would gp into the high si-hoo! -lid not know how to read a sentence and draw from It Us meaning Emphasis should be placed on illent reading One 9f for so mum foilnros'ln tne government ei aimn-ilions njr MpNalb believed was beta-jso the questions vrere not stated in simple clear English Especially In arithmetic some of the problems No Stove Coal at BUFKALO, Nov. doctor certificate was necessary to secure. ton :of and ivith tempi-ralure around '0 degrees zero thousands of families with omptv coal bins "v ere clamoring for fuel A marked Ehortag'''" tns suppb of nat TOPEKA. kas, Nov The Kansas rloui- mllllra Industry Is on the verge if'i accord Ina to a rtMernent" made here to day by J ismertr head of a large company which operates mills, Including his own had sus pended operations. N ieven Topqka milling concerns lerda) were ordereo to appear belnre the" state Cotarrot Indaslrial relations and show wMifUiey should not he held for Act for curtailing jirflductioa in an ensen Ual industry, to In8uencc prices j Millers .maintain 11 at reduced oro. duction has been First, uorthwestern millers have been buytnB Canadian wheat, can manufacture flour for II a barrel cheaper than flour can be manutac Lured In Second action ot the United btites Shipping Board two weeks ago in cut ting the differential (duty) on wfeeat from 25 centVto 5 cents and not cut ting the eiporlidutj on flnur Under export duty British and European rrtillers cau imjiort Unit ed States wheat and put flour on the market cheaper than United States flour can'be placed ou tho forelgu mar- ket, Mr Isaacrt Salterfield, for Newspaper Enterprise Asso Patrick Boes'nt Prooi were couched and complex was wrong for il'lookjmaue advantage al! ________ of the youthful mtrip v J1-5 prlntlpal of the Cosldalt onsoltdaled school led the discus Ion of this talk He told ot a ttle lest he and one of the Lcthbrldge itv schools had made recently rela ive to IhasCleclIon of vocations Nol ne boy wanted to bo i school teacher Ithough among the girls the teaching profession came second business life eadmg. It was a snrprise to learn hat out of boys who answered he question 20 said they wnuld like o be girls said they vanled to be Chantauqua lirectors, threer and hree confessed that their highest am- iflloii was to be housekeepers. Community life "was' being made at- tractive tn Coaldale, declar- ed, cooperation of all the influences'in the town .and diatrlct. The school house was- the community centre. -Even church'_was-held there and Sunday also all the social gatherings.- A motion picture machine had been Installed and carefully select- Qreat Lakes i> ejpjec'ed tf largp amount of inthraette ural gas mlcnslficd the demand The closing of navigation on coal "to Buffalo and bringvpermaneat relief No Stove Coal N Y NOT 13 -Not i pound of stove1 coal could be founu In yirds of local dealers today It was estimated, however) that from 75 to 90 per cent of the householders had enough fuel to tide them over any emergency due to the present .cold Nov which the public eipecled them to per AH This Has Happened Since eel pictures shown. The .at the close of this .discussion in. order to give some; of the; teachers an oppor- tunity to catch ;tho south and east- bound Tho tcacliers seemed to (eel that the "gathering had profitable one and that they will re- turn to their refresh- ed, and .Inspired at- tended. tho notfceablp features of the convention was' Uie'Jarge num- ber ot malp teachers ifi attendance Several remarked lliat the attendan several rcmarKen iiuu um Nov. o( geiillemen engaged. In the profes- ana Helen and subsidiary slon yeara mining "companies', announced today a and that It augured trell for lha in- "16 per tent, cut in all wages and sal-] creasing popularity; of the field of nries, effective JS'o'vember 1C. Tho 'education ns.a vocation. Osc'eoia braiiCh of tho Calumet will lio closed down and't ho'forces ot all olher mines'reduced. Tho pried of copper, tho limited surplus erccss pro- duction and rosia are given ns rea- jons. 11 IS esUmalcd that 1500 men will be thrown out of employment. Japan Wing To Keep laborers TOKYO, Nov. o this city report that Japan 'and .the United Slates government have'reach ed an agreement In-principle regard ing tho exclusion of Japanese labor era from the United' Slates. '-'IFis as sertert, howevor, that there is a dis agreement regarding the methods' t ba employed. The United-States' Is iinAV.ralnnd t( desire provisions.for exclusion em bodied in" a treaty, but Japan, it-i staled, reb-ards Ihia procedure hum) latlng, and 'a> -forming a preceden shoi might be forced lo follow ju treaties-ncKptlalid In the future. Jap- an is declared to consider that meas- ures prohibiting her subject (romnnit; solution lo 'the 'effect that -no Calgary gallon can be opened until such limn is evidence Is supplied which incnminite operating of the Dig Four Clubs. The following is a copy of the re- solution i Whereas there has been: a largei publicity cerning rhiffefts of professionall3m-.--agalnst armfcur this '.prov-1 ince y And''whereas the Hoard of.gover- nors have endeavored to secure from persons-stated to have utteredr'such charge? 'fProhibidon Game Into Ef- fect Says Chicago Official CHICAGO, Nov. Statistics showing that complaints ot cruelty to wife and children have lucreised 23S >er cent, since prohibition arrived. ami rrioro rapidly In the last siv months lhali during the fir-t bait ot tho year given in tha anndal report of Albert B Webster, superintendent ot the Juvenile Protective association; made public today Men who formerly drank heavilj the report reads, "have.jUndergono a reaclion 'which expresses ilsilf in surliness or abuse, of the. family nlde.ce as to correct- gj mpatWzer8 Booed When Sebastapool is Being Evacuated to Get Ships _, '_j. SOVIET PENETRATES FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE i L 0 N DO Nov.' 1 ol Is being and'British authorities are requisitlohlno.' ghlps; in Constantinople fb trans- port refugees from that city, a dispatch to the Exchange Tele- graph company from the Turkish capital. Eight thousand persons In Se bastopol are seeking, transporta- tion from the city, says a Cpn stantlnople to Reuters: Limited. .The dispatch which was filed yesterday says the number of ships available Is limited and that It Is probable that It will be Im- possible for than twenty thousand to' leave.' The first boat loads'of refugees have arrived at Constan- tinople, It Is stated, but were not permitted to land as housing lltles are limited and food -Russian soviet rces tme penetrated Genera' Wran ;el s first line ot defense at Yoshmusk, n tho C-imea capturing two regl irients of General Barbovitcb's cavalry, says tofiaj s statement on the fighting received Iron. Moscow by wireless In Mosejr region to the south ot Bob. rulsk the soviet forces retired under pressure the statement adds In Control of Isthmus t ISi-Russian eovlct forces naso won control of the Islh mus of Perekop le.adlnE to tbo ean vpenih3Jla and the situation, of b.ueral Wrangel, the anti commander in the Crimea Is extreme fticurdluff to dispatches re. lad-ay by the French fonrtte offlco Tho allied fleets it Is Btited, are preparing to aid in ,the fevacua Ion of certain districts In the Crimea1 The Bolshevik have advanced b Vessel Stopped lo Recognize Armistice Day Therefore he it resolved that ,tho Alberta branch of the Amateur Union ot Canada in meeting do.endorse tho action of tho chairman and board in endeavoring Bitch evidence Nnw 1ORK. nnd to consider thit no such evidence was-troable aboardlhe is jet available to justify any lino steamship Kaiserin Aug gallon lusta Victoria, L'vorpool and Queens And further bo It resolved that1 the town (0 New York on Armistice yond Perekop the advices show, anil lave captured 1? 000 000 18 cannon one tank three armored :ratns 10000 shells and Jnncb. trans- portation' materiak goveruors of this branch be instruct- ed to take summary and-Prompt ac- tion should such evidence, bo forth- coming at any time. It .was. moved by T. A. Gaelz of Red Deer and seconded by C. A. Hay- Other bf also are shown- to have Increased Juvenile delinquency has increased .40 per cent., ppmplalnls .igainst disorderly houses 80 'per .cenl, or about" 700 per cent. over the war period nnil complaints concerning runawajvand Immoral girls nearly. iOo "r more' than during the -war'palod. the Sinn Fein "Irish Republic Hag nnd booed as den, of Calg-ir; A letter from President Patrick was read to" the. meeting by; I'.rig.-Geueral H I-' McDonald, D.S.O., presi- dent of the Alberta branch. Jlr. a rick In this communication says-tbtit j tho whole fabric of IKe Big Four Is rot- A ten with professionalism nnd ho casts e the vessel was stopped for th'eo mm iilcs in remembrance of the solmers who (ell irr the allied cause during the war. T be liner docked 'here latp yes terd1> There was n Iirge number of Ir'sh passengers on board the vessel nnd nt ,11 o clock Thursday when In response dent of the Alberta branch. Sir. a rcrjuest from the tdmir 1 ,tho vessel was stopped for the Day cefe'nionjv'silenco per- i vaded the cabin decks and the pasoen- a-general'Slur on: tho organization, but fails to" make any definite uncovered at the ship's The silence broken- by uui. pjjjpg J nu suciLtu. (mo menl in regard to the status ot any sljin yeincr3 on the decks given over nlavfir. "Dr. Stanley, formerly of. High Kiver but now of Calgary, a governor of the but now of Calgary, a governor of the fl lhoie Alberln that the public insuRS w did not look to the amateur union t'J grating be taken only on her initiative. PUT IREtAtfi) FORWARD AS EXCUSE; HISS >THE' RED CROSS IN N, Y. YORK, Nov. Tho Central m. RUSSIA MUST RECOGNIZE At-t. DEBTS WASH1N6TOM, Nov. Association of British Chambers of- Cfi'mmerce has Informed the -British' government that no agree- ment between- Great Britain and the Russian authorities can be sup- ported the representatives of British, commerce and industry unless made for rec- Russia of all pre-war debts, oald-an official report re- ceived yesterday by the 'depart- ment of commerce from London. SIR THOS WHITE IS NOl'MSQUAnFlED TOIIONTO, Nov. (Canadian When Jntqrhicd.lasl night. o[ ho st'atemcrit 41 f w Federstion meet- ine last nlsht voted unanimously to ignore an appeal for aid from the. American Heil Cross after John Sul- livan, treasurer of the rinlon nnd other speakers had urged tho delegates tu withhold their s.npport- until or- ganization docs Us. Ireland. A letter from Miss .'Elizabeth A Cullen, aasoclato director of the Bed Croaa, describing Us membership en rollment 'campaign -and' -ashing the support ot iho men represent cd by Iho union, was hissed. CANADA SHOULD HAVE AN( ELLIS TOrtONTO, Nov. Prof. W. O Smith, who has made a'. study on the Smith bt Ot lo slccmgc passengers who waved aloft i green white anil onngo ban those who slood In rev ;cro nl'o shouted awa that constituency of and Orenvllle is automatically vacant, Sir Thomas White stated that In Sep- tember last before entering upon hir lutles ns arbitrator nnd valuator of .MrOraml Trunk -Railway, hc.submll- cd tho question lo Iho department of justice and a written opinion was.glv- 511 by Mr. Newcombe, deputy minis- ter ot justice, to tho effect thai fh'e appointment involved no dlsquallflca- lion binder the senate and hbtfso. ot commons acla, HUNGKR STIUKERS 1 TWO SHOT DEAD AT TRALEE subject Immigration ailho.-request ._____ C-iof the committee DUBLIN, Nor. A tele- for menial hygleno slated yesterday enni from Tralea rerorls nn thai Canada -should erect it largo Ira- affray til Ballydwr 1n which' station, suitably staffed by two men were fchot dead and competent to.cjanimo mmi. two others wounded. .Several 4; grants along Ihe Una tho building auxiliary police alao wcro Ellis' Island, N. Y, wmindcd The staff shoulil.Include physicians, -V psychiatrists, Induslrlarrasredcirs nnd ff 4 4 tf I Inlorproters, r'rpJt. Smith TAKE .NOURISHMENT CORK, Nov. Is be- ing administered to Iho nine hunger strikers here, It was slated at tlie prison this evening, Pull Them Through CORK, Nov. will bo anxious work but we are onlle hopeful of pull ing nil tho men sald--pr Pearson, lo Press .to day In reference lo the hunger 'slrik ers Tho fl.rsi nourishment will con sist of Infanls' food, tho.while of'cgg and boet Jujco. We aro feeling .011 way with oiich casD'amLtho'-OUtloo 13 dlsllnds' Badly Damaged; Fireman Lost Life VAN'COirv'Ell, Nor. steam- er Billions, owned and operated by the Terminal NavlBMIon company, wns bitfned and badly dnmagcd at tlic wharf 'of the 'Union com- pany, this morning. Smith, one. of iho sis firemen employed on the] ,'ess9l lost his'life whon his oscapftj roin-tha bnrnlns.steamer was "cut off y the ftamos. The fire Is bctlcverl toj avo been caused by, Iho ignition of h'o fuel oil. The Dnllcna was forinerly Iho C. P. steamer Joan, and wfls running bc- ttifs city and Silitamlsh at tho lead of Ho wo Sound. ,Tho daniflBO iono Ity the flames is estimated at So tiiilcldy did tho flatncs make headway that members; of- the crew could not reach the wliirC but had' to ump into a nearby lauiich, '--------_______'.'__________11 uiu Jiui. iruuii act tb'c. part of pigeons and Tho o( ono cf [ho inlerrnp then sit as judges on the evidence I loo much for a Untlsh which they secured Ho j. n vtterHn of tho Morne and said aa.n governing body, they an aitonpt wis made to fasten .._tr.i_ nn it.. Prime Minister's Western Tour Concludes on Tuesdaj Next i r REGIN'A Isov .Arthur Meighen and lion J A Calder lo night will hold hero the concluding meeting m their Saskatchewan tour speaklng in the Stadium which will hold 6 000 people The expectation is that the building will do filled T Hunter secretary ot Iho lie glna branch Is quot cd as {hat whether members ot that organization ftgreo or disagree wlh the speakers theyjwlll bo given a respectful beiriug sa resppnsiWe for a'. dc.clsion on evidence J adduced in substantiation ot dennitc charges and thla function liggint; lne Hh standard iKirei salior down Wov, on thc officera la AN OVERWORKED BATHTUB MONTREAL, Nev. 13. Tli, chares of Atlantic Sugar Refiner- ies Limited, which were selling al 1S4 Isst July and have fallen steadily since; the sugar situa- tion became acute, fell another 10 points to ?2 oti the stock ex- changc'ihla morning. Papp.r stocks, such as Rlordon. Laurtntlde, Abltlbl, Brompton and Wayagsmack, were at the opening of the market. All made losses, but with the exception of Rlprdon, which strensthened later. Rlordon recorded a new low at 165. t, KITCHENER, Nov. ff: _A report has. been made ic tho sanitary Inspector hero Ibat in a tecDnliy-constrilded aparl- ment In the city 17 families nro living wilh balhlub for the whole icTowfl: Ft-OUn DROPS AT MINNEAPOLIS Nov. With a decline .of 25 to 60 cents a barrel at tha mills here todays flour .followed 'yesterday's wheat market by touching a new price fpf four years. Today's range of prices was 9.15 .to t9i50 a barrel when sold In 08-pound cotton sacks In car lots. This represents a reduction of J2.00.a barrel since tho first of the jnonth. ;i vn i lerfored fit once, nnu-stopped-tho In tiiiient riot rbo vessel brought 1150 anil ib the fourth piss'ngerladen ship to dock at a .North River pier luiluy. M Lloyd George Speech Made Mew Enemies LONDON, Nov. (Canadian As- sociated Times: icd.ij prints (he following cable from linn Charles Devlin and Krank Cahill, members of the Domin Ion hnusc of commons "Wo have cabled t'femler Lloyd George as follows: "'The cynical falsehoods In yon Guildhall jipocch about -Ireland enemies for Great Britain In every quarter of tho globe aiirt'cre Me domestic tmterncss in uJl th ovorscas dominions.' .When John Red moml was.qualified to ropreaent and speak for Ireland'yon flrst.-ilserl and i then betrayed hmi. .On Armlslico Day 'we approve tho statement of the I don Times that your speech will only I flnrl an echo In .worid-wido mockery of the British esyuciiui m. No good Is attained b> rowdyism it public -neolings, we want