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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta RF. THE USTHttKlDPE DAILY HEKAU) NUVKMBER and Publishers _THS UETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Sweet South, 'Alberta TV-. A. BUCHANAN Ifiaaezf Xlaoaglcg Directcr U- JOHN TOBRANCE Business li-'mal. "3" ,by ty mall. year to us... ONE WAY TO PAY OUR DEBTS It waa no THE LESSON OF ARMISTICE new way to pay oW debts that the "Governor-General referred to Mhentj pointed out that in 'be development of our rich resourc- ei; lay; the way of liquidation to a liirse' citcnt .of national liabilities. ItVjs rafheiUhe poipling out of'a new that have been familiar, 'bnt- which have Se-ui never, givea the really to .which (they are entitled. The op- the Governor-General Is the optiaiism ol all those who have a of Canada, hut, unfor- e gazed in luward ad- The commemoration and the remembrance of Armistice Day will have been worth while if we realise the lessons that the day furnishes. If these lessons are diligently followed, then will Armistice Day have proved not merely a great event in our national history, w it accomplished, but in what it -will accomplish in the destiny of nations who take stock of .its inward meaning. It has its lesson not only for the nation but for the indi- vidual. Armistice Day has taught us what can be won by union and co-operation; of what can be performed by the sinking- of common differences; of how little these differ- ences mean placed against a great cause; to how puny proportions selfishness and self-interest sink when measured against the common weal and the common purpose. miration, we mentally Viewed the. SoTeffliality of. our great resources, and havo been content to leave It at that. We, as a Government and a people. -lave been contentin stimulating arti- ficial hidasfriesMr our Governments had given that consideration to fhe derelopmsnt Of buirlfiatoral resources which they have paid to indusfrlesfwe should not only be in a far better posi- tion of prosperity lhan the Dominion now. .enjoys, but the very artificial in- dustries which fesreoeea sought, are now sought, to be nursed by flcial means would have naturally fol- lowed in the wake of the development of onr 'natfiaj .resources. Our mauu- Jacfurers have not shown the faith they shonld in applying their capital lor the development of our natural re- which, if It had been wisely employ would have been a boon to the manufacturers in offer Ing them the raw material for their Jh dustriea. Bat their capital has beeD Invested otherwise where easy returns can be procurable. Rather than velop oar natnral'resources they have been' content to develop the natural resources of other countries In the material they employ in their Indus- tries, The Governor-General sounds the note of trne optimism, which; is not Tlsional b'nl can bs materialized if the people of -Canada as a whole show their faitb In our great and boundless concentration; to velop them. are wont to admire lofty ideals. We reverence great deeds and those by whom they have been, achieved. influences in that they benefit all, But how often are we inclined to sit back and, while ...admiring, allow others to do the work which gain by taking a part. A little sympathy, a little interest, littre co-operation will often mean much. It was just freely given that helped to- wards the of Armistice Day. Can we riot iise thetsalnei methods and exercise the same spirit in the things sense are for the common 'others. If everything was left to the men at the front and the rest of the public held back there would; not have been an Armistice Day. there is a call for an ai'mistice. A call for the' suspension of hostilities which cause unrest; a call for the cessation of all that individual, racial, and religious ani- mosities bring: There is a call for stemming the tide of evil and bringing about an armistice where the good mil prevail. There is a call for helping the movements which. are intended to bring an armistice to pain, and suffering, and to the.progress of evil influences. In these things, -as individuals, ;we can each of us be of much gain if "we estimate what collective interest, sympathy, and co-opera- tion'raean., The individual has his task collectively today -as mueh as-he had in the days that preceded the Armistice, With all that has yet to be accomplished it is not a time for hangifigiback. As we have worthily achieved, should worthily pursue. There is still the battle waged between the good and the evil forces of the world. The armistice which is the prelude of victory has still to be sighed, It behooves each one of us to be witnesses to that signature, and in the measure we arouse the sooner will come the day when the ideals, we -fought- for will be considered worth engraving-in the 'iridijwdualiand in the national heart, as something be gauged and life below be guided. Member of Woman's Isstitute the Agects Service (From Our Own Correspondent.) COWL.EY. Nov. Tuesday evening of friends met at the home. of. Mrs. U. R. Mclvor to lender a farewell party to Mrs. Ms- Kwan. A pleasant evening was en- Joyed and Mrs. M'tKwan was the tent of glass, water from the Institute, ot which she has been a member, (or a great many years, Mrs.. MqEwan.- and family, also Mr.- and. Mrs.. Clarence.' Gllmar and little daughter- leave today fqr Blair, more, where they will In future re- side. Oo Friday Caning list, the Lund breck held a at Cow ley In Hall. The crowd -vis Just right, tie music fth'e and the refreshments splendid. TUts Is Sauce the ladles have .held In, .Cowjey and It seeraex such a jroaouncfHl success that every ono..taj hoping they will be-tempte( to soon have another. About" ttSS.OO were taken In at the door. A gtins of men is busy erecting a good-steed >oal shed for the A -P Grain Co., adjacent to the bushel which tho Alberta Pacific recently purchased from Doukhabours. Toe, driveway along toe C. P. ft right-of-wsy, presents a different pic. ture these days from what it did las fall an4 winter. Instead of teams waiting tor bay, .U is tonics ot grain waiting to unloaded. was cu off yesteriJay'afttrao'oa when the (ire burned the main cable near the tele- phone-office, .tit was restored thl afternoon about five o'clock. Mr. and Mra., Broclwell and family are .morlng into, the house owned Mr. M, A. :_; Mr. Poison and family moored !oda. Into the house vacated bj Mrs. Mo Ewan. Several cars'of beef cattle move; north these lasj.two weeks, but. tie shipments are rift, nearly as as previous years.. Shep'pard left on Mondo for Calgary with a car of cattle. "Half a dozen or so" of the teach ers of the many school districts sir rouuuing Cowley .are In Lethbrldgt atendlng tie convention. Our own teachers, Jliss McWilllams and Mr. Edgett are also attending. J. 8. K. IN .TORONTO The Jocular writer, with the familiar Initials J S. 1C, with a vein of satire and with a style and humor pfeculiafl} his own, who has crealed arid Immor talized Mrs. iama Peach., in'Jthis 'part .of the country, has introduced "her4o fie neople of has-jnade her Toronto. SatHrdny Night In an'article which: appeared In.tne her unsophisticated .views as to.the Mackenzie King .the making' of a prosperous country once stable conditions are assured. Its rich petroleum deposits wiU mean much'nbt only to Itself but to tie gross of the world in theiassuranco of stable government in Mexico there comes the announcement that -in ihe Budget for the coming nnder the {ne makes 'fiscal .year the Treasury Department wjil .include the amount necessary to resume, the payment of Interest oa the publicidebt, which payments havei been suspendEd. during the revolutionary in that country during recent years. Mt.is interesting lo know that, general supposition, debt of .Mexico Is the smallest of any country in" the world and, given the time, it would be'able to recoup, itself. H Is worth noting, in .connection with the. proposed action of the Trea- TODAY'S QUESTIONS What is tie Widow bird? 1 2. What month was named select society of Bhe- her bow as ti e! prairie lady .with no; tions of her own. We compliment J1. S. K. on Ihe hiim- Irrous Journalistic reputation ho has gained through the medium of Mrs. lama Peach, and on the distance to his and his good lady's fame have travelled In reaching Toronto. He gate the public his flrst introduction milking by the Anglo-Saxons? 3. What are "Troops of the 4. What was the sweating Eick- o. To what time do surnames date back? 0. What Is the origin 61 FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is a "iamo ,3.--What.is a dulcimer? 3. What dwarf under three feet in height edited an important paper? 4. Who was the ouaUest dwarf on record? j 5, How tall was General Tom was he born, and when did he die? fi. What Is Dutch comfort? 1, ANSWERS A stock-jobber who cannot pay his losses. not or and this has helped him to win his spurs, in a humor and style essen- tially his, and a bonnet for the iady, is being paid the compliment of 'hav- ing his article reproduced In a paper of the repute of Toronto Saturday I Wight J. 3. K. flourish and prosper In adding Jo the gaiety of nations in nimble .wit and'facile fen the adventures, recollections, and philosophy of Mrs. lama Peach, lawful sjoase of Crawford Peach. sury Department Iii Mexico, lhat Mex- Thumb, and what did'he weigh? When Icb: is the; only'.country In the world Wbose.flnanolal business is transacted upon a strictly nietallic basis, whose only, outstanding paper.'has been re- deemed at >par In gold coin. H now proposes'to assume without asking for outside financial assistance, A recent visitor lo Meilco City gives erally held in regard to Mexico, comes as a- surprise." He declares that tho city Is more advanced than LSt. Louis, (n its police protection, Its' cleanliness; and in Its lighting system. The city .TRANQUILLIZED !with election of President-elect 2. A. triangular chest stringed wltb .are struck with a rod held In "each hand. 3. A. Sawyer, 2 feet little inch. weight 'pounds. Editor, In the 80's, ot the a paper of consid. erahle repute in Florida. 4. The Fairy Queen, as she was called. She was 1 foot i Inches in height. Her feet wero less than two inches. Exhibited In London, Eng., in 1850. PICKED UP !N PASSlNQ P O THE B U 8 U A N H. 'A. known Toronto Hon. Giirtepy vlU tot to Legislature, More ttaa 100 U.'s, houeis bava Kiiu business In Mexico in the last wo years. A Buffalo coal deals r was fined or selling a lou of coal 443 pounds bort. Plane are under way to put a boxtag staves in even- Chicago Khool for the use of pupils In settling keir disputes. the district relatives and friends. B. Mitchell, ol t.undbreck, is visiting Hi the of Mr- and Mrs. last Mr. :J. ,N. ,Svain and family have rested tie. J. UerUo residence and moved late same on Tuesday. The masu.uera.ae dance held (Fronv'Om- Own "GRANUM, and Mrs J. L. Button'spent Monday of las week in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E wards, on Sunday, October 31st, a' ro. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clarke.'and-fam- ily left on Mouday'jlast for Victoria, B.C., where they Intend to spend ihe winter. Mrs. W. B. Rogers and family spent last .week-end in Ciaresholm visiting with friends in the northern town. 'The U. F. W. A. willhold'their next meeting.on Saturday, November 6th, in the Granum opera: house at 3 p.m. Ail members are asked'to be present.- Mr. J. J. Jeffway left on Friday last for his home In Salem, Oregon. Mr. Jcfflway was one of tho first settlers in the Ornniim district, and still has gol land interests in tho town of I Granum and in district. Mr.-H. F.. Bcttlp, of Blackie, ar-! rived In Grauum last Tuesday and has opened a barber shop in the Al- berta hotel. There is no doubt that Mr. nettle will receive his share of the public patronage- Mr. C. Hatch and family left last week for their new home in Ray- mond whero Mr. 'Hatch has. charge of an elevator there. Algot Oatrom got one of his fing- ers badly smashed while feeling the pulse of the Tin Lizzie. A.large number of relatives visited at the home of Arlt last Sunday. Mr. anil Mrs. Ernest HenVer and daughter, of are visiting Wednesday WBB.-wsll attended and i large number of people were down rom Macleod, Clareaholm and Stave- y. The Judges bad their hands full 0 pick .out the; best costumes for the prizes. J. N. Swain has rented tie J. Jler- .e residence and took possession 61 sama on Monday. Mias Ruth MeKinney ot Clares )lm, was 4 Graunm visitor last and took in the masquerade dance. Frank'. O'Brien has been going ironnd-wltn a black eye; caused, iron mvlng same knocked, while loading lumber. Ot course that is what Frank KBv.-Fatier Hughes returned home oa Thursday from Cbarlettown, P. E. where, he has been visiting with bia son and other friends.. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. West arid fam f wtnrned home on Thursday after being away for several months. Mrs West and children have been staying at- Hobbema during Mr. stay ia Winnipeg where he has been as- sisting in the Canadian Bank ot Com meroe la' that city. r' A. UDersch left on Monday a visit .where he expects to be aVay'for1 about a: month.' Mr. ana Mrs. H. C. Thles left on f or; their home in Carne- Mr. J..Byer left on Thursday !as for his hone In California. Mr Bye has been Tisiting with his W. P Byer. Mai Hoffman was a Calgary visitor last Thursday and Friday.- Mr. Dan Boyle and Miss Gardiner spent last Sunday In Parkland vidt- Ing with relatives. 'D.-M.; the mayor of Gra- num, was a Letbbridge visitor on Tuesday and Wednesday attending tie convention held in that city, and representative delegate from tlb taint ot Granum. The macqnenide danca held in the opera houso on Wednesday of lant week was detect tlio vir lue Crawford Indirectly claims. whose leader Is John Domskl, under- secretary for foreign affairs, Paris Ridicules Talk PARIS, -Nov. foreign office stated today that predictions of a possible war over Silesia appearing In 1'ollsh newspapers were merely fanci- ful, and not worthy of consideration. TEN PER CENT CUT IN FOOD PRICES NEW YORK, Nov. aver- age reduction of 10 per cent. In food prices was today by several of the city's largest hotels after conferences fed- eral tool- tt Augustln's Church, cor. 8th Ave. and 11th St. Rev. Gort M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 8th St. 3. Telephone 1405 Holy Communion, S.30 a.m. Matins, 11.00 a.m. (Special service in commemoration of Armistice Day.) Sunday School, 3.00 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. Ushera for Mar- shall, Phillips, anil Randall. Wednesday Intercessions and Study Class, 8.00 p.m. BuyYoinr Victor (HIS MASTER'S'VOICE) Records HERE Quick sorTlce, courteous clerks, and all the catalog to choose from at MASON 4 RISCH VICTROLA PARLORS Remember the big saving you can make on Hed Seal Records over last year's prices. Ask us to let you hear some. VICTROLAS ON EASY TERMS. n Rip, in Bilmoral Block "The of the Vlclrola" ANGLICAN Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St 8. Rev. Chat. E. Cragg, B.D, pastor Mr. Claude Hushes, L.A.B., Choir Master 11 a.m., "The Church, and Educa- with special reference to the splendid address delivered by Prof. Alexander at the recent Teachers' Convention. 12.10 a.m., Bible School and Bible passes.; f 7.30 r.m'.. Evening he Hero; or, Perils and Safeguards of Youth." THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Rev. T. D, Jones, Pastor 1271 6th N, Phona 165? Choir Leader, Mra. F, Jaekion. JO a.m.: Boys' Dept. of tho Sunday School In the. Hall. 11 a.m.: Morning Service. Subject, "The Passion for Righteousness." 2 o'clock: Beginners and Primary do- jiartmenls of the Sunday, School In the Hall. 2. o'clock: Girls' Dept. of the Sunday School In the Church. 3.15: Young People's Bible Class the hall. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Service. Subject, "The Vast Task of Sacrament T.'ill bo dispensed at both morning and orcning services. PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY In the K. of P. Hall (Pastor John McAHster) Sunday, 10 School. Sunday, 11.00 a.m. and Preaching Service. Sunday, 7.30 8er vice, i These services will ho held ir.lho K. of P. hall. Tuesday and Friday, at.S p.m.. nl Whitlaker'it home, 425 2nd St. South Saturday, anj Sunday itrect.nieotlnES. .Everybody, welcome WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Comer 4th md Street S. A, H. Deneon, Minister. Ernest F. Layton, Organist and "Choirmaster. 10.00 a.m.: Sabbath. School.- II a.m.: Kindergarten and Beginners Class. 11 a.m.: Morning service. 2 p.m.: Big Brothers. 4 p.m.: Chinese Class. 7.30 o'clock: Evening service. SALVATION ARMY We believe all men niny be saved. Sunday Meetings 11 meeting. 2 People's Company class, 3 meellng. 7.30 for Souls. Week Night P.M. Monday P. workers in cha'rgS. Tuesday practice. Wednesday V.SEting, Thursday meeting. attendance. Friday cadet class. Saturday meeting. Adjutant Hardy and l.leut. Edc, commanding officers. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 a.m. and Immortals." Sunday School, a.m. Testimony Meeting, Wed. at S p.m, Reading Iloom open daily from 3 to 6 pjn. DETHANY HALL 205 13th Street North Sunday. Meetings Worship ami Breaking of Bread, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evangelistic Service at p. m. nod a Way of Salvation Proclaimed Everybody welcome, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner of 3rd Avenue and 9th Strert Rev. F. W.' Dafoe, Minister Mr. B, Jc-nes, Director of Choir WHAT WH STAND FOR Evangelical Ministry, Regenerate Membership, rtollgluus Liberty, Christian Equality and Biblical Au- thority. Horning Service at 11 Evening Service at 7.30 F. W. I'rlce of will preach at .both services. Sunday School at 1S.15- North Side Sunday School 3 p.m. Wednesday and Pralso Servlw. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Car. and Ave. tth at. S. Sunday a.m. Pastor J. J. Franklin. Baptlams at morning service. Endeavor. by the pastor. This Is Brother Franklin's first in Uthhridge. It wilt pay yoa hear "Australian preacher." ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS Dominion BIJy., 6th Street Sundays, Bible Sundays, p.m.: Dlblo Study, p.m.: Bible Ste followed by praise, prayer an! tlmony :nietlng. All No Collection. All publications of -Society, may now bo obtained locally, Including "Finished Myslery.'l __ ;