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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Proprietors and .HE I.ETHBRIDG6 HERALD __mTING COMPANY, LIMITED life y, Jjy'iv-fUt per Weekly, ty per year V-S.t. MORAL COWARDICE There is physical cowardice, and there is niornl ardice. There are occasions in which physical cowardice, however unworthy, may bear a degree of extenuation, and, possibly, a point- stretched towards saving the indi- vidual -frpjri too much reproach. This, cannot be said of moral cowardice. Of the two it is the worse. Moral cowardice has several ways of showing itself, It expresses jtself in the individual who, though in his in- ner conscience he knows ;tliat: certain principles are. right, is afraid to champion them, in that, as he believes, it ex- poses him "to ridicule or, as he pre-supposes, inakes him unpopular ampngst a certain section whose opinion he EAST To a certain extent the fate of. .the Ueighen government will be decided on Monday 'when ihc bye-elections take place in Kasi Kiein, BBd. (n Yale, 'U.-C.4 swls, were teld iy supporters of the Union Gov- errinient, and. should th.ey.' op- jjqneni; it would bo t plain hat IP the Government to get out. In the' SI. Join and Colcheste.i- bye- elections a month .'or. more ajp the Tictorles for -the Government to be silica Us candidates wore Cabinet JJInlst.ers. the two 'seals not only lower-the individual in rightful public regard but have a; "luimiliating influence on the indi- vidual, "There Is, however, what may be said to be a oriB of niora! in that its appeal is only This is tlie habit among certain in-. divlduais 'being detected and of- ffom punishment and shrink from the pub- lici.ty that j to be. contested on Monday the SOT: lack Cabiqct prestige aafl they are cosipelleil to carry "a liad cl government unpopu- larity as as their opponents can male it Keeping In mind the -warning of Sir Joh.0. that it is never to het election or a horse. prace, wo confess that if we trere betting o.ur money would bo placed on the Government candidates not because they deserve to win because the. odds are all in their favor. Tase ElgiR Tor instance, if fceen sending a Conservative to Ot- tawa for .oxer- years. True in the provincial elec- tions 4n Ontario year ago a U.F.O. candidate had swtfepiuS victory, and that .was the first break in Con representation in the 'rld- many years In IDQ present a straight 'fight be- tween "a. 'ConsorvativeV and A farmer, trat a" three-cornered contest. A 14b- qraT.as' well as a-'fa'rmer is; in the Qelrl. These two mil split the low progressive, vote, and the Government nominee .will slip in be tween in ail liklihood The three candidates are farmers. The farmer is a former Liberal, and ,the Liberal candidate, was in the field gives by the appeal; to tion'for wife and'family. It is the popular resort bf the moral toward, ap4'thereby he intensifies his cowardice. ThY who. shrinks from the publicity of his mis- deeds by playing on the sympathy which the possession of a wife and family gives him should hav'e'nia'de'them the first second He should have of the exposure. misdeeds -to committing. them. This 'at'least would Jaye been, the better part. Such a man lowers Kim- self thVestimatiort which he has earned by: his misdeed..' He- is asking for that sympathy which he in the first and foremost place should have given them, in the cjose relation be stands them, by the exeicise oi some thought for them in.what his offence and the pub lioity given to it would mean. This iyfe ot .indjvidtia is. wejlknown in every newspaper office. Moral coinage is the finest and loftiest attribute hi human nature. B is a glorious possession, and should be so regarded. To stand for the right and by thei light ir face of'what is reckoned popular opinion calls 'for the highest The man who is so endowed is bourn to be fiee from physical cowardice. Moral couiage be gets and fortifies pnysical courage. It is the couiage o the human as lopposed to the courage-tof -the beast, -It k the dividing Kne'between man, the spiritual being fillei with all the attributes of Him who fashioned him, van man the animal. courage is linked with high pun ciples and the holding to ideals. The individual -wh lacks it and neglects its cultivation debases manhood an womanhood as they are wont to be regarded. la the last are only a couple of towns In the rid jjjiBp .Aylmer and. Port Stanlev, and are. likely to go strongly against tiei'farmer, though they may be di vlde'd m their support between the mediate appeal-to" tue coumry'would be'justified Should tne Government bo victorious Mr..King..mill be toM by his-opponents that--, haj. doesnlt know what he is talking about when he clamors for an immediate genera! election.and declares..that tho people are out of sj-mpelby wiUi the Govern meat bistra and Conservative in seiepting a The Con Candidate, toot 'a fanner from a strong U. F. O. and, as ne. is very he Is likely, to, get a majority where, loathe' provincial elections the fanri- candidate had a; btg A MR. GAUTHIER IN. Tha Montreal retort that L. J You Know? Morefruth Than Poetry By E. KUer THE GIRL HE LEFT BEHIND So sir! be.left behind him anly'maideos may: v e saw tears glisten In her eyes, and kissed them 'all away he let' him kiiow she woiili care, and Joy was In' his breast or wjis wiltlug where .the sun sinks In the West; u tremulous aud aad, she promised to be- true, nd to the proud hopes ihat tie had came others that were'new' "The said, ''.'is long But you. iate'iriSde me strong, 114wiij where wealth find honors arc, and bring them back to he S'rl he, left .behind him turned, with pallid checks, that day, nd went to sit" alone and weep'her new-learned grief away; he felt tils kiss'upon her first he dared to every passing .breeze, kept "whispering his'naine by-election, anti sri-ad uu a strenuous campaign tonight. of the prime' minister" this morning state thit Mr. Metgbun was in 0 way discouraged by the attitude of he'opposition element last night. Ho a said posidte that the f the Rpvernmeul. as uunciated by him at the nfeettnj. la egird to. the re-ppeuittg ft the cash ratuity question will meet with pop- Jir approval Including the approval of he thinking men InCtti? ranks ot the eturned soldier organizations.. Reports (torn Ihe 'constituency ot Kasl Elgin this morning that he premier wilt facb a largo audience 1 Aylinor tonight. All three caadl- arc- coufldent of. the'successful 'UtconiQ' of the. polling on Xlonday.- la egard to their own election. Ter fancies" all winging to 'the golden-tinted V.'est; I sorrow that was deep and Sew, _ I IQ her breast That night she, watched .the -sun Go "down, prayed for 'one Whose former- plea' she carelessly had answered, trilfc a Jest. 'he girt be left viehtad him learned to 'keep her tears Vnd later leaned to hear the words another tad to For her the West losl all romantic icharni: She found it comforting. to rest with in another's l 4nd he that'ventrireil bravely where the Tvprld Tvavrich and new round one "who taught Irim gladness there and made bis dreams come true The girl he left beiird Came'otten 'totals mind 'Alas he thought Ion" ant sad thg ,ears rn t t you' i PICKED VP IN PASSING FOR B' B U'S Y MAU Thoe. J. V> S. Min- ister to French, died at BoatOD. large barn at {Conlli'ned from ivont Page.) 5W for each province. This subsidy was In addition to the sub- sidy Is paid to every province uu a'per capita basis under the terms of confederation. Theae provinces now wanted to-recelre cbatrol of their natural resources anil to return tbr payabiO 'to Usem, in lelu of .these resources. were certain lands set aside for "school'purposes.for both of (hese rdrlnces Through the sale of these linds the western provinces were to pursue a. verj aggressive school policy and they'tave had a source of very great wealth additional areas of land were- given to Mahltooa, Onla-io and Qjcbeft "which place i within the us6 of those prOTinces most able resources, of laud std era! weilth.frpm.which they have lie rived, vast additional revenue placing the provinces m a ver> much stronger position financially than the -narltimes jn. consequence of tlie- restricted bouu dairies .nt _the latter. It was the opinion of the conference from statements inade in the west, by federal mmislers the federal gor eninient was determined to hand over to provinces the contro of -H was forther stated- at the conference that Sir ilpbert Bofdeh not long ago'admitted whenever' that was done reason arose for Increasing the subsidies to the maritime provinces. Hon. Rober Rogers had also that theei provinces had a just claim under cfrcumstancea. Cayley was destroyed by fire. Art Cltugutou. ot Ulna Hiter, was fined 1800 for'selling Hqilor. The Nova Scotia Steel Co. hat laid off 400 men ot tho, Sydney Mines plaut. Waller Vine, "one of the early stock men. In the High River district, died at Vancouver. Mayor ClarKe has endorsed as labor candidate for cf J ncriton. ,74i gallon casks of Whiskey. Tho charge atainit the U of keeping K, beou intimated by Ptcai- Lloyd the traWrlal con- ference' is held Will lively btj'reprewliWd by-PrpEV lot MelgWmy MOD. Q, 0. nil nlster of miflrie. aUd Uailrs. Hou. Hugh Quthrle, minister of uiltltU and defence. A movement is under, way on ronto to ferect "obserfafI6u hSme" deiln4uent ibys can und4f observation and at liia itui time be mtbract to a liltlo instead ot Mint hefted crtoi Irials In jail, as freouehtly occurs. It u (hit IM4.W W In connection with proposeJ hume: i Erdf J W WcrfiHiBj. 6{ Victoria' Unftersuy, Toronto, ii chairman of Mmimom Wage Eoird 6f yarBonnol Unottaeed, nthAt naw itraight flght In East Elgin would indonbtedly meant victory fdr I als, Tiin'doabtedly the farmer, but the opposition forces so badly divided thc.ro is reason to, think tha.t the Cov emroent candidate has Ibe best: 'chance. If he is defeated under' Ihe circumstances the Government should, accept the defeat as a real reliuko As for Yale, in British Columbia, it iias been strongly Ccmse.fiative Mncei Martin gurrell .carried: it first It is q straight.fight thero: Lbetweea Q. Government and B eoldter fanner, candidate Vhat is J was'the word firat used as a narty name' 2 W doiflefl.? 3 were Queen Anne's quack oculists! 4. Wltat was Ufa original; toeaning ot the word, Sooner or'later, there, will be a break'in the solid. Quebec sunport of. the Liberal and, the sooner tho better lor tho LiberaJa and the roun try A solid Quebec Is not au advant the Liberals, and it twould be better It that province divided on economic questions' rather than vote solidly on of> racial issues. Wltljj'.u. straight.'fijne between the existing tflriff protection and'a-lower- ing.ot'llie tariff, Qiiohec would cer- tainly elect very many supporters of the existing tariff) Tiiontrcal, Quebec City, Sherbrdqke, Three Rivers, Sto Hyacinths, and many other pplnts are centres, ani) tho, cry that, a, lowering of the- tariff itrjeht cripple or destroy the industries ivouid have Its effect In turning man> seats now Liberal over to the Con serrattrca. ACCEPTING A PRINCIPLE. The, announcement ot the now draluage policy in Uic iiortii ui tlie Province carries intercsi Iri.this part of the country, .in.tlut.t the part of tho Provincial Govern ment in regard to reclamation. The drainage ijollcy to be.artopte of frkndi to enter the race for commissioner at the civic elections In December, ____ V The Melbourne In an editor lal on the appointment of A high data missionef 'to represent the "Commoh: vealth at Washlhgton, says ihat on- position to lEe appointment is grow Ing Charles of Ottawa, a grandson of Sir Sauford Fleming, was drOwned on Melsgarni neflr Qd- gains, 106 miles northwest of.Snd- biirv on tha Canadian Natfonal, while crossing the ice Pleading guilty to four charges of housebreaklng and theft Lotiia Le bane given mMlRivim ty of fourteen yeara By iailfe CkUtfr Worth at Toronto, becaiiM BfSjWdBld not divulgerthe of Vie- tory bonds to the value of aavingd Of a young About will be needed to nnaiice.'the University of Toronto in the current year according a statement hi T A. Hassell, cliiin-an of the finance comffiftWe of the board of goverBOrs of.'tto'tAM- verslty. of the Mactlfoy" (Jomrany, Tomato, Un 1H Panona, sjcretary ot the Nltlooil Council of Women, Toixmto. Foster; secretary of the Titdh and Labor OKU Miss Margaret gtevsop, of the to Garment Uniorj TOO HARD A J66 FOR Tril POLICE B6SS Schober, tot the put fOrtnigtt baS to en in an effort to form t cabinet today uounced hfs Inability to do to Provincial dGficers sened 000 vrortn Of fiqtror at Calgary when they raided 144 DpnUaicW Dls IrlbufiiTi; C'ompsiiy's WareioiuM and got 500 cases ot1 3c6tcn and rye, and RECORDS FOR ALL MACHINES No matter what TPU so long as-yon use a steel or fibrt ieedle, tho Victor Records .wilf play YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOG FREE f If vou haven a machine buV tc ft Rifefe fmm- Eiay {S deslrtd. "Tim Home of ho reclamation In-their, ter- ritory, in bringing to He lantl, which .Is of as miich Imporlance as taking away water from Hie laml, in Their crlUeisma annoyances were volcetl-by J. Harr? Plynn :on tlte outside of JIassoy Hall before, the big meeting had got going, _., Then he went Inside himself antl, before; doing asked his followers riot to create :a rtisturbance. In addressing (Be; crowd in tho street he was: to state that h.o wriB doing so as an indfviilual; not as an offii-lal ofrthe A...U. V. As a parting allot, Klyn'n de'clafcil'.th.at if nothing was ilone to relieve trie sil uation wllhin the next two', weeks, ho Iwould send returned men out on tho Streets of Toronto with boxes in their hands charity.. He said.tllero 'were veterans out. of' work In jToronlo and (here wetft Voany. d without creating destitution amonf; pf veterans dlipfra atiy disturbance, oxoept'thar.they hoot1 ed and Jeered whcrl Pljnn tplff them that. tho premier ANGUlCAN St Augustin'a Church, cor, 81 h Ave, and 11th St; Rev, Gore M, Barrowv Rector. Rectory, 212 8th.St. S. Telephone IMS Holy Cdnimunibn, 8.30 a.m., IN OHAPPL (Plcaie itotc that tHe eirh celebrations will be held in the chapel until further notice Matins and Holy Coiiiinunioii, 11.00 .m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m; Uaners iloaft warn, Sirnpson nntl Wiilcox. and1 SU'iIy Sluna oft Wednesday. 6t S p.m. In the cliapel the With, the, credit- of- .the Tn'f-raris In the matter of-r addressing Province as it caused by ihn re- moval, of tho Interest and guarantee N: the- G. T. P., which are npw assumed by the Federal -Government, there will1 bo that looking {a tho Gov- ernment undprtakc financial re- sponsibilities which hitherto It was handicapped' from At any "nylMnE o! the CZCUED whiali tlie railway, problem, presented his now been removed. I N'or would U be 'too rrmchf tor say. that with the coming Ifito the provincial treasury of a quarter.'of a roDllAn, In in- lerest on the railways refunded.by tho Federal Government, and the freedom from continuing the (arnieri will look, lo tho'Oor- ernmcnt for In carrying through the preliminary constniclio.n In Ihe LelhbrMgo Norlliern Irritation project iinlli some at In regard to the hnnd Issue. Let the reputation of the ;9th I.elhbridso batteries survive. them or answering llieir qiieatlonii, Pursued tftc Pre'mls Near the ilnsu ol 'the .meeting :rowil gathered In the 'vfcjfllty of Jlas-j 3cy Hall in larger in the; early evening 'uml appeared In nn ugly] mood. Watuhir.K, for tho'; premier 1C j leave Hie hail. Iho Rtoorl around j cordon of fifty polifcemen who were! awn: up arcvmil the'' premier's mobile. Hon. Mr. MC'lkfi'cn remained 1 In tho I 'T the troivd i Bntlclpatcff and Ihej- mistook local Conrervatives'for him. These- Ihey. honied by (urns. When at. last! the premier ajfpe.ired' tHn. police UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHERlaoE Anniversary Siervices Nov. 21 Morning at II. DO. Ktenlng at 7.UC. Preacher REV; fnrrnnr nasJor. Mr.'. Lytle vfltl addfess r A. tho Special' music by pressed the1, Hfi r en down Vlflnrla- flffect' "of n rate and quirtly ont-iHaixnccd the crdwrt wtrc runatng after him at fir.sl. Discouraged TOHO.S-TO. Sov Knllovtlng the tomiiltnoua demonstrations ni. Ins.lilo of Masiey Hall Isst onrt llio moro or leas hosiile declamations- ot ,the returned soldiers iinil.'lhclr frlsnds ori iho strccls onUildcc1- Hon.- Arthur Meighen, premier wilh'hht parly, have rlcparterl for Aylmcr, On- tario, where Ihe government. leader WESLEY METMOBltfT (JrfOftOH Car 4th Ave, 11th St, S, Rev. C'las. E. Cugg, 80, ftror Mr. Claude Hudhes, L.A Sif Choir 11 am, Motnir.g Worslilpl iect, ".hulas 1 scarlet: Why ..was he chosen! Why did he betray, Cnrlst? He Baverlf a'm, PHmarv and Cept ot Iho Kilmlay gcliool'wlll Moid their sfcsoion while the tfulifc sor' vlct is-ljoing coirtlnite'a m tfife church 3210 am, Dittle School and iSible elnises. 730 Sj Ject, ".Toseph th'e' Safe Insurance; Policy, SALVATION bel'ffvo aft rfeh niay be savodi Sunday- MtetlriGs I! IlolihS'sS' young Peopja's Company class; JTp.m. Praise inesling. for SolilK .rJlglrt P.M. Monday Y. P. workers in Tuesday BAnil Wednesday nlghtt-Soldlei'; rtieedng: Thursday night-- Salvation' Hand in ratendaiice. Prld.iy Corps; cailfel' Shturdayi KNOX PRE88YTKBIAN CHURCH A. H Oeriocn. Wlnistfr. Brrrwt arfcf 10 00 a m Sabbith''School 11 a.m. Kindergarten Cfasl 11 a.m. Morning s'eTrice 2 p nfr 4 p Mi, Beninese Glass 730 o'clock BvonWg serVfcc PlfthT Corner of SHfl Street I Rev. F, Vt. Mr. B, JcrMrCHroMer e WHA'l' WB- StAfJb- Jlfnlstry, R Membership, Uellgluus Cfirlstlte ElfilalKy'anciifciWrcal thitltj'. Monihg atlflarfl Kvening Service at fm- Sunday School at North SIOo Sunday School at 3 p.rrt.. WertrliisdSry'. jgvehfrlfei-JPriiyer and? PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY In the K. of sneak f.l a 'Iho- gftvcrn? mwl j. ,siunscll, In (Pastor Jofin. Me Al isle f) Sunday, 10 Kuhobl. Kimrlay, 11.00 ja.n. Praise and 'rr.icliing Service. j: BnndAy, T.30 9tr- licld In tho I These services will bO'lic K. of P. hall, i Tuesday-end at; f t SJiturday r.nrl Bunday ovcning3f btrcel mccllngg. Kvorybody welcome. _.. coninianfllng Ofiiccrs. Hun Biocty rttt inypy a'orvice-" nt'11 olid ISpdy." Snr.dify School; iz'lb'iMrr, Wed. r.ODm, operi" dally" ffonr 3 SOS Meetings Worship and TireakWg of Cfcad, Ii n.m. Suriilay Sclicol. 5 p.tu, I9rang'ell3llo Service at' -ViS'O'fr rrt. Ood'B Way Salvation Proclaimed, Everybody Vdcorne. ..Cbfiiet' 8th St J. .t'rfeftMyn, pasiori .Iirttd'S 11.30.'. Subject' of Kind uf; C h n '..Ncoil s." iJndeiivor 6.30 p.m., PeopfeV Service, 1 Subject' of J 6rt' A' and! a Iftirty L :J (let ready f6r" oM-tim'e viral; beginning- pir (o .latiV inclil' iflays, SffidJ, p.ra.l p.rii.: 86 nil ays, SiiridaYs, tfrrt-otiy All' plinll'cjtloils of Society now bo obtained ;