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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FO'OIV THE LETHBRIDGgiPAlLY HERAIO NOVEMBKH 17, 1920 Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBHIDOE HERALD PBINT1NO COMPANV, LIM1TEO UK Street Lclhtirljgt, AIDerli W. A. UL'CHANAX enl and Director v'OH.V VOItNAXCE llutltiess Mauager Member Aujit Bureau of _ Rates: tally, delivered, per week 5 Dillj-. by malt, wr year S-frj by real! for C months t.S5 patty U.v mail. 3 months ;.50 by mall, per year 1.5'i Weekly, t-y riuiil. per year to U.S... 2 VL> THE BANKS AND FARMERS. Speaking recently m Toronto, C. A. Eogert, President'of the Canadiaji Bankers' Assoclatlou, advised tbat liressura by the banks oil the business oommunlly to hasten liquidation should not be of aa embarrassing na- ture. Ho urged the banks to briug undue iiresaure upon commodities Mr hut asked them to give reasonable time for gradual absorption of the .cyuimoditios by tbe public, thereby avoiding iurtber depreciation and- the accompanying disturbance. Tbls'in'the present" iilluatlon Is wbole- iionie.Qc.onomIc advice which galus in tho source from which It comes. It gained" fsrlhcr when Mr. Bogert vent on to say that tho bands should olfer all facilities for lie marketing ot the crops. The. pronouncement of the President the Bankers' Association comes at opportune time, and it it Is to Ira inforred that, when ho referred to Uie.faijllltles tbo hanks efcould place )tt na> of markctins tha wheat crop, he intended to convoy that the should bu helped to dispose of his crop to th's bast 'advantage, he ppoke words which will have their lull uppreclation-in this part oi the couu- :evor .there .fire men'.who need of the banks those are-.'the producers of on which, not only tho individual farmer but the wholo community depends. .If he case to msKo an afsigumeut, and be bank In Question stepped in to priv toot itself. On the bank's part fi bo urged that a goo 1 turn wr.s done the individual In forcing the salo of his crop. In that prices hive since been ou the downward grade. To this particular portion of the West tbo in- cident Is ot great account, and it de- mauds a substantiation or denial, with ill tUe lasts connected with the caso made public. This is particularly needed. in .that there Is a feelius among farmers themselves that they are unduly pressed' by the banks. TO be fair to the bsnks Is ihe acknowledgment made that they have heeu instrumental In tiding nwny a I Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. was god Aaubia? i'. Who was the author of the say- ins. "Let tUo cobbler stick lo hts Where docs AucHiuaris water come from? 4. "Wbai tho most famous ol the Koinan roads? 5. What is "apotheosis? What noted Socialist leader was assassinated a few days before the war? TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS I. What medal iti France ii criuiv- farmer over.- The credit of this should IV'the Vjaorta not be allowed lo be lost-by Incidents of the kind referred to. is a latitude allowod-those banks, the gain iu tbe If is slated, ,1s.true, there iava be en cases In which the banks hevo dealt In too arastta o. man- ner With the farmer- Wliftri .'n log'u 'In. Blslenfd would bale meant'.-a 'very deal both to the fariaef and to hia particular mfiusVy. The .Hftrald calls attention to tho case of a Lethbridge farmer on a four hund- red acre irrigation farhi. who, because of the insistence of his bankers, was forced to sell his 1D20 crop at a low market price in order to meet, im- mediate hank obligations. Ho warned Iho bank that It-forced to sell he vi'oulil niaka an assignment for the beneat of other creditors. He did it, and toda> he Is off thq'fann working for wages in British Columbia. In referring to the case the Calgary paper rightly draws attention to Iho weakness of tha Canadian banking bisteni Tho branch manager gets In- struction: from headquarlers in the east, and beyond certain prescribed limits he is not empowered (a go vvllhfiut reference 16 headquarters. knowledeo ot 'western condi- tions tho paper remarks ihat the crisis ylth, Ilia foj-iner comcs quickly. As a rule there is no Uuio for oast or'vvcst correspondence. No milter how cer- tain the. bank rnanagor nay he as to ho is taking chancos in go- ipg farther than his orders pormlt. As E'Vule lie dgpn not take chances, and the farmer The moral ot tha story related 19 that the man at tho hoail oltlce of WQStorn braijch banks In the cast is nol so (anjllb.r, nor has ho that touch with local conditions, which, tho branch manager on Iho spot has. Therp la too much insistence, it would appear, on tho carrying out of orders without any for Iho special conaldera- HOT ef special cases. This Is where H may be said our banking system as (I qoaqprna tho'tarmer falls down. Tho Jocs.1 manager Js not allowed that ini- UjlWe which, vvlaely employed, will wean much. He Is made the creature 'at red tape, ivilh oflen disastrous re- fits to tie Individual and thVconv DEFEAT OF PREMIER'VENIZELOS In tho defeat of Premier Venizelos in the elections held in Greece there Is the pronouncement of the bib- lical saying that a prophet Is not with- out honor save In his own country, or. as we nave'It in the modern day, that no man Is a.horo 16 his valet. To the general the defeat of tbe Greek Primo Minister must come as a sur- prise, in the opinion as to htm gener- ally held. He, In what the people out- sido (Jreece knew "of him, has measur- ed up'to'a popular Ideal, and he was wont, in the principles which he was regarded'to hold, lo bo acknowledged as one of Iho groat men of thrj modem day and the savior of his country. Now, it appears, that those ia tho coiiatries Other than Greece have been under au Illusion as the result of tho Greek election, lii that It shows that Vsnlze- los was uot exactly regarded Iu his own country in tho light ho was accus- tomed to he regarded abroad. A." sidelight on Venizelos, which helps (a his.defeat at the hands of the electorate in Greece, was given a littlo time back in "Maclean's 'collected from various sources by Opinion." Treat- ing of the Greek was glYen.to what was said of him by dally paper issued iu New'York.-.'Th'is publication declared :hat the parliamentary body from which Yeniaelos obtained his authority lias made him a despot, and with Us approval he has stamped out freedom or ihe pressT irecQom of "conscience, the.right oE assembly, and all-that! goes by the nsjne of freedom lu the western -world. -He was accused of felling his country's aspirations to the powers .which, help him to erect his despotism. He was said to have scat- tered a Parjlameat he could not con- trol and to havo called into fictitious being a Parliament elected previously this la Hat dollance of both the letter and the spirit of the Greek con- stitution. If: this-particular organ Is th'e mirror of Greek opinion-generally, the defeat ot, Venizelos by his country- men can beJ readily understood. Other Greek pnpers are quoted as regime ot Venizelos aa dictatorship. He proclaims himself to the outside world no a dis- p'en'ser' of mercies ami blessings, whereas lid has been a source ot. peril to and an agent of despot- ism, it bus boon urged. Whit Is the largest of this 5 tribe? What fish baa tha appearance of having four eyes? What is an ajiluvuiin? In what country ii leather luou ey used in Ihs pra-sou; djy? C. What Is ihe nugjl fish? ANSWERS 1. Ths Medaille Slilliajre, created iu 1855. 1. The auaconda of tropical Amer-, lea. ailletl to the boa-c.onstric.lbr and attaining tho length of fest. 3. Tiie anableps, belonging to tbe perch family, found it; the rivers ol Guiana. There is-a Jivisloii ol Ihe iris'and tbe cornea by ments, forming two pupils aiid making the wholo eye appear double.: 4. A brief sententious savins In which a comprehensive meaning jis iu- volved; as "Necessity 'ia ths 'mother ot invention." 5. In Austria. 0. A fish nearly allied to shark, preying oa other fish, It Is cpinmou on the south coasts ot Britain-ami is also called the Monk-fish and' Fiddle- fieh. People's Forum THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH HISTORY Welling. Alia., la', 1920 More Truth Than '-.-Poetry By S. E. Kiser .'rosetuled for Infraction of; Liquor Man Dies in 1'enitenliaiy to the Herald) KERXIE, Nov. The turmoil vhich resulted in mi meeting last in the 'Grand liitmre here will result In seme so ol trtany wbo' had ti> tha meeting 'o h3ar Ihe canilluatos wtio yro tiskirij; 'or the support, of the uleitorate- ou he 1st ot Decombei1. Nothing of'conseqiu-ttc? was brought out bearing upon '.he real Issues of tho campaign aud, majiy vines will be cast with no .wiser reason than the person- al feelings those who allow tbem- selves to .be switched from the main 5SUCS W matters which do not in the least aKect the issues at slake All three candliialcs are at Fort at teele tonight anil they will be Hull River tomorrow nisht and To the outside world Vonlzelos has been acclaimed ns ono ol the great names of tho war, the man who kept Editor Uthbridife Herald; readers- are, I am sure grateful for the very full rep.orts q the Teachers1 'ap- peared In your columns. It is wel that the suggestions rega.rd, changes in the schqol curriculum should be given as much publicity a possible. The parents and others in torested in educational matters', now know whence we are li A. tost. vote, we arc. informed, was :akon "on Ihe'whole or partial elimin- ation of English- history' from Ihs course of study in public schools, and the .result was an overwhelning ma- jority in favor ol Eijeh I do not'propose toi analyze the motives which may have prompted, the major- ity to thus record their yptosj .hut 1 wish, with your permission, to'enter an emphatic protest at- tempt from any quarter to Isn'ore, or partially ignoro, the fact Unit Canada forms part of the British; Empire. Should British history .be removed from the pupils of the province 'would de- prived ol tb8 ona studr.'-whicb. makes them familiar with tho development ot our free' institutions, of ilemoqracy within the Empire, and with the lives of. those our fair island Saved 'Britain by their exertions and the example. boy school without, knowing anything about the Great Charter, tha struggle for consti- tutional liberty in the reigns of Cbarlea I and James It, the struggle for religions Independence at the same time, thn Pilgrim Fathers, lha Etory of lha War ot Independence. th6 aboli- tion of [he Corn taws, arid the like, Is only: "halt-educated. history of Jaltray the next ntghi U is not prob- able that Mr. Dowser will be In this district during .the short two weeks remaining, but it is ospivtcj that lion. Wm. Sloan will pay its another visit, Ills on politics beat. .While tba political pot is boiling the city and. provincial police are keeping the illicit whiskey merchants busy, guessing, as to where the nest strike will land. Tho city force have hiniled another sample of good liquor contained In two jugs, each about half full of tho liquid and the nian whom they w'era found will :be up, charged with having liquor in other tbjin a private house, toraprrowl Frank-Lubcll, of Ihe Elko Hotel, .'gathered in a few days'ago by the provincial lorce and constrained to contribute ?3DO to the provincial treasury. The bar-teudcr at the Royal Hotel here also had to contribute- tho sum of to the city exchequer, anil there are oilier cases ..-.pending, .among Ihem that against Donald Lewis, proprietor" of the Crows Nest Hotel where liquid dispensed on Sunday, Oct. 31st, had such lighting effect. Dan Cuslk, one.] pi hold-up men who was sent'dbwn.'fr'nm here for holdr Ing up at Skookumchuck anil away and wjis. recaptured at fight .in which he'.'was Through the leg has died in the hospital at Mew West- THE WINNER'S REWARD UY S. H. KISEll, They all lu the darkness, unnoticed. who only try. Their fate U jo grieve with the weak- lings, no honors ahead of them lie, For, whatever men .do or pretend to from the moment in which they They are beaten, unless they are ready to strive to their utmost to win. The player, no mailer how liltlo the that is offered may be, Endeavors in.earnest lo win It, or a pttllul sportsman is he; For the man who has spirit Ihere al- ways is glcry in winning tho game, Aud tho harder tho oltort the greater r ihe prldu that he Justly may claim. Tho captain who leads-men to battle goes down to a shameful defeat If, lacking the passion for winning, he longs for tho will to retreat: The victor, before be has conquered, has heard the delicious applause, For tho gladness ho has in achieving Elves strength to his arm and his cause. They .wander in darkness, look out .of envious "eyes, blind to tho glory of winning, poiccivo the material prize; The world has a way of reserving its honor and riches .and fame For those who are zealous in striving to win'.for the sake of the' game Irish Secretary Shows Report Given Publicity in House of Commons To He Untrue LONDON', 'Nov. curious epi- sode occiirrcU la the housu of coin- mous lasl night. Willlara Adamsou, labor member for Fife, announced that tiie labor parly hail received K tele- gram town clerS Cl Tipnor- ary that Tlnpetiiry was bolnf burned by crown forces who had cut tbe liro hose end we.rc preveullus the Tiroiucn form vrnkiui; by thrcsteuliig lo use their rovohcra. Mr. Adamsou demanded u discusslou of the matter. Sir GrceuwooO, chief secre- tary for Ireland, said ho had telegraph- ed Dublin Castle aud had received a telephone uicssa'go from Iho district Inspector at rTipiierary erhaps, than a quasi-scicnllflc know- edge _of the properties ot matter and the .life-history ot a cockroach.' The Children of today are the mer. and wa- men of tomorrow. To them will be presented for solution th'o.social and iiolltical problems of their'time. No exact guidance for the future, can be obtained Iron', a knowladgo ol.the'pasl, bin as a record of failure or of pro- gress it contains materials for the reflective process on which air Hound, judgment is based, 'Drum and trum- pet' history, and the tamiliar taiea o[ heroic valor and triumph, are an attraction to the young mind; and through these, too, the lives, o! tho great and Rood, the blessings of peace ijiunlty. There Is, without doubt, D also the glamor of royally which has Call for greater consideration to the farmer thar what appears to be his 'portion, with the Incident above men- tioned (p, nilnd. The HeraW has taken the trouble to Investigate Iho story to which the Calgary paper refers, ami has found that, BO far ai the city bank msnagers are concerned, thera is nothing known of the case. Evidently tht-n It has nc- one. of the banks In tho dis- trict. The as related In the Cal- jfary' Herald, scemS to bo a well AiUhnnttcntfd or.c so far as that paper is coacerned. Thla 'uelng so, oven aa malter 6oncerns (he banks, it de- further InyestlgaHon. to obtain, any'rate, the other elilo of Ihe slory aa Iho local mandgers conduct their dealings with tho farmers thoy aver that they get the utmost consldq Jiflon. H may be of course that there wore creditors' otfeer than Ihe particular i sere iorcips (he, tarty In Is appeal. If the monarchy ol Greece he regarded as a limited one In tho. sense ours is, there may be read In the result of tho election a vindica- tion of that Sorro of government. With the tender years of tho present king, ond the apprehension of Die influence ol Vonizelos, there might Justly be at- tributed to what has happened in Greece a course lalten lo offset autoc- racy. In the consideration of tho Greek results the fact cannot be overlooked that the national aspirations were by no means satlsHcd with the portion allotted to Greece by tho Treaty of Versailles. More was expected, and this cannut but have bar! Its Influence on Venizelos, in making him the scape- goat for Ihe failure of the national ambition (o realize all that it bopcil for in joining tho Allies. ISN'T THIS ANNOYING Paris hns'become so wicked that it s dangerous for rich Americans to ihow their ni'oney there alter midnight. about, let that spoil your happiness. U.S, TO FOLLOW "CANADA'S PLAN NEW YORK, Xov, ail effort to reform methods vrhero'imniigranis to ths United fitatcs' arc nt present sorted out nfter they have crossed the ocoan and arrived 'at the port.6? New United States of imnii- gralion, will, sail Eu'ropo today on the Adriatic. The plan which Jlr, -Camineltl has in mind for tho governing of immi- gration fro one similar to the scheme in vogue now between Can- iii'm and the United Stafes. ,Tho theory of Ibis is that tho to decide on the snitabillly At; an Irnmigrant is before, ho starts tu'emisraSa. CANADA'S TELEPHONES SUPEHIOR TO ENGLAND'S LONDON, William Noblo. englncer-ln-chlef to tho nrltlsh Post Offlce, which also cocirols tho telephones of the country, says tho telephone system hi.use- In the Unite; States and Canada Is superior to tha of Great Britain. Sir William, who has just returned from a visit across'the 'Atlantic, tolf. the Society of Arts tho g6neral iiMro Auction ot automatic teleph probably the main featur ndian and Amorlcan' sch safeguard .the nation's bread ply up to next' "mid-summer. Germany, says the Inventory, has been to ranging from four thousand mark? to seven thousand marks a ton.for foreign grain In past inonthst and unless the mark shows a pronounced "improvement, or the "government Is 'able to pVoyfde ample, credit in the near future the quota of to be purchased abroad willi cost marks. THE PLACID WORKER i fcnc-w'.i nian never asks For hioiiey'lhut he ha'sn't earned; complaint he .does his tasks, no affairs of'slate co'iiccriied; He -mows a lawn that's, green and wide: The hair grows low above his eyes; He thinks the keeper ai his side Is there enjoying exercise'. SO MUCH FOR THAT 'Ah, ye.s, time flies! Tho other day we endeavored to kid a girl by telling her she reminded us of Xlaud Adams, D. M. Dugsau is In tho Held as a candidate for oiayor of Kdmoutou. St. Andrews Presbyterian church, Fergus, has called Rev. Walter NIchol, of farkklU. J. W. Creswell, the Kesina finu ol Cretwrfl's. Ltd., tailors and men's (urnlshc-rs, IE dead. Harold Greenwood, on trial Cur- Wales, charged with the mur- der of bis wife, was found1 not guilty. The late Hoa. S, N; Varonl, former preiuier of Quebec, led an estate val- ued ot M. Marcus, assistant city solicitor, Calgary, has will go into private practice at Winnipeg. Thos. McCauley, formerly street rail- way manager at Calgajy, It l> rumored, will retire as of St John, N. H., street railway. Stephen I-emay, of Cyr 4 Letnay. employment bureau, lakes the view tbat men were Idle in Montreal at present. Hev. Wm. Sheridan, pio.neer Metho- dist minister, is dead Ho entered tho ministry In 1858, and spent the active years of his life lu Ontario. i.-' James -W. ci-Wardeh of Krontenac county, In congestion with.thOjljurglary o? tho fur storp' of George Mills- CQi, released on' J10.000 bail. C. 'Henders, M.P., former presi- dent ot the Manitoba Grain Growers, supporting the government candi- date In'jEaVt ;A-Richniond Valjey, T, man 'is building a buUKalow on wheels, when completed will 'attached to i utitomobile, his 'family will "start for -Florlni. wjjere Ihey won't have to The four cjubj. In is Hand BUILD NEW STOHE AT WUENTHAM (Trom Our Own Correspondent) has actually ol the consolidated school houso. This to community, as lliero has been a crying need ol this inatltiifion for somo lime. Some chil- dren-have been kept out of school bo- cause, the Owens .school :wns "over- crowded, and there was no other ac- commodation. We hope the weather so that Mr.' Mc- Neil will not bo' interrupted in thu work.' a'nd Harry Parr nxotored to Monday.' Believed To Ea' Spreading Soc- ialistic and Even Ideais township have filed, i'.itpon Fanner- Labor candidate forthe Domli ion Par- liament In South .whoso name they will present: to ''thb next convention. 'lie isiA'i'J. JohnBton. Grand Trunk agenV at Glaigijw, who vraa raiaed a fanner a.ud: has been ac- live In'-V.._P. Q.-.ggyementiI.tiines'.-tt5 Owing (q con.Un.4ed :il! health '-Rer. (Lleut.-Colij p.S.Qlaias resigned from St, church, Winnipeg. Col. Woods, it is ilated, Mlllrcoutluue.his duties as rector un- til his successor has boon appointed. after which ho will leave for his nev-- TOKIO, Japan's new reli- gion Omoto-kyb, which wa3 founded by a peasant woman, and. which is popu- larly supposed' to be spreading social- istic and ovcij Bolshevist i Loungers in u San Francisco hotel. accustomed as they, are to fad.S an.! fancies of-bca'utiful wpme'n, drew iu tiieir breath with a_ jasp uf aslqnlsh- mcnt wheri'they beheld the stocking- less limbs of Mioa Viola a deep henna hue -'and .ornamented with a silver, and little dagger. MIsa Weller cipiaineit that she had taken up tho Fronch fad of dyed stpckinglesa jower Ijmbs And. in addition, 'added Ihe 'musical note to signify htfr protosaigu, a singer. As for. the .dagger, she It may considered a grains against pryiuB under the. cloak of loyalty to tho Japanese Imperial House is now'finding adher- ents in tho'army, according to verna- cular newspapers. The fact thai some officers on the reserve list arc devoted; followera'pi" Omolo-kyo, is said to be particularly tllc'lnrblng to the mililr.ry- authorities. Investicatlon was started when a soldier ot a regiment at'Nagoya tried to organize In co-operation. with so- cialist agitators both inside; and 'put- side HID association to oppose military discipline. hi an interview .with the Yomluri Major-general' Nagasaki ox- presaed regret al tl-.e signs of unrest among the troops, -tml said .that .the League-61 Nations this morning to nuinhei1 of ir.cn. who exhibit .such consider a report from the "council LEAGUE OF NATJONS MEETINGS BEGINS 1 TO SPEED UP 'GBNnVA, A plenary ses- sion was -held by tho assembly of the B6ner.il inlro- to i-ethbridge .on. J, on.lay. il'appears the number is Icphones wag Thursday and Brovrlag lmong boiis ot- in the f.rl( ay was a tendm; lhoae lne res-srve ol pro- '-ho Icachers conyonlinn in Lcthbrldge. <7ilh Ihl3 matter with I, the hideous doctrlne.of the Omoto.-kyo. lolephnno tlio cllics he vis- itctl, ho lounrl practKTally n unani- mous opinion that work- ing was the only certain 'method of ensuring the qur.ilty of service db- mandeil by tbe publlcc. The popularity ot tho lolophone In Canada ami Iho IJaltcd Slales wap, uml tho evils of war in.iy lle'profitaWy lia crinslilcred. duo first'bf all to tha contemplated, and a lasting interest! rial ralo. secondly lo.monthly accoiinla evoked In slrohfj government, just laws, grand Institutions and'sound pro- gress." U Is well to leach our chil- dren and lha children of stranger within our galca" th.M "we linS Iho ions ot sires wbo haltlr.d crowned anrl inltrerl thai the constitution- al privileges which we now unjoy wero won only alter many a bitter fight. It j is well to Icll of the lives given up Ihe stragslc for freedom, and lo point out the milestones by democ- racy since sho began her- onward niarch. But lot via not too, (hat Hie study of flritlali history helps to cement tha tonds that lilncl 115 lo Iho Mollior Country, and thai tho advant- ages to be derived from a closa con- nection between Canada and Great Dritain arc aa real today as they wero when pointed out by sir John A. Jlfto- donald as an argument In favor ot Confederation. We arc living in a per- j led marked by social unrest Is not Iho lime to even suggest thai I we should cut our inoorlngs. j I.cl us beware lest wo barter our; children's birthright tor a mess olj poltiisc. i W. T. r.OYCliOKT. and thirdly ?n parly' lino sovvlces and Iho policy of [oslcring residential lir.cu. Is Exonoratorj For Shooting; Bootlegger Ii Is not the suspension of coal-Ulan, but the suspension of coal jn-lcea is now asked of Premier DR, W, H. COLLINS APPOINTED DIRECTOR GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OTTAWA, Nov. Canadian Is moilc by Ihe civii service commission that Dr. W. H. Collins, who, for a number of yeara ha.s been been geologist of thfr depart-. o( has been aripointnil nnd thi last opnng. me bich was jng Investigation Into this and now completed and work oa'tbe build- wi ins Is progressing issued n the near future." Messrs. Alley Vonover, ShcIJon. ___ _ _ I The war oincc Is apparently couduct- ing an Investigation into this and pos- 111 be II. ttpracM.in. pastor- llcciiro Avhi) rpcoiitly. shot .mill killed thn sus.uedcti llrptor- wnuAslcr prupriettir ot a hotel at Windsor. Onl. Tho story liaa caiisml inlorccl all uvor Canada, the pastor '.vas exon- Conror and Clcland-wcrc visitors to Lethbridge on Monday. n.cw telephone lino is beins con- Etnicloil which will 'connect the OF- bonio illEtrlct v-lth .Wrentham. -This hag been looked forward to for d .long iimo and .will' bo .n convenience to the people ot that community. Those who atlcndcd church ovx' Sun- day were'.favored 'cpnio vcry.ox- ceifont violin music by Mr.' Olson, ot Klnponrillc. wlio motored from Day ion with Hov: (Irlffilhs. Mr'.'lMrr, Sr.. has Bone to sneud tho winter v.-ilh relatives in Iho Stains. Sonio c.lKMy or ninety people at- the tocial al Owen's school house week UKO Friday.. Program, games and danrloK' were tho ot (Tic. evcnliii; and ;all present vro- romiccrt It a groat success.- MARRIAGE BY WHOLE- SALE ON SATURDAYS IN HAGUE FOR NOTHING THE HAGUE. Oct. (Hy 5HI11 cost ol setting married in Tfca Ilasue all depends on Iho day the week. For some reason that basiiove- hccn explained Monday.Is society day! ami mnrrtagt.i on Unit day's' the Clij' Hull, where every couple Must flo for the official rerc-niohy. cost 60 guild- (nominally nfiui.valcnl to 40 ccnls On Sattirdays Ihe chargo is nvc ftiilldora. nnlhlng ,1 all, dnppnii. Ing upon whether Ihs couple wiRh H separate coror.iony nil for or ho rnnrried in groups of. twenty j couples at .vflmo. director oi survey. from shooting. A--Baltimore, young ..man. and hla best glrl'w'ero discharged when they wero arraigned for staging a "kissing lico" In a public square. They ..vero arrested when ,a police- aian's 'order Are Reverting the Superficial And Inane Enjoyments of the league relative to Us activities since Its forination. The work of the; asEerphly meeting began speeding up today'.'with :.thc or- ganization of tho six ail- pointed, -at tho opening session on Monday and the election of.chalr- inen. It has been decided thai these committees will work In private, but that the mlhutCB of their meetings' will be published aa soon, is possible; Sub- jects will bo referre.d to tlioin by Iho assembly wllhoul itetiato.'j'' Iiropcr Hmo. .-.nil ilic-n nil file Ir, amliailaxs, iiml launched nil attack on the book. Then they arc dancing. DESERVE A Mason Oil a "cheap" piano they w'ill nerer learn or play You'll ba surprised how liltlo wo ask for Ihs Mason Uiuch lasts a lifetime. Easy terms ot payment and "factory to Homo" prlcta. nm n, ipp Balmoral Slock "The Home of the Vlttrola" ;