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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALS HUDAY, 1 I Propfletors 4ni Fubllshrrj THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD COMPANY, LIMITED Slresl Soirth. Lett-.brUlge, AIMrtl 3. A Minaeins Director JOHN TOWIANCK -Business Audit Wureau--or. Circulations Subscription Rates: delivered, per week f Pally, by mall peri ear. S w Daily. nuiil for C mouths Dally by null 3 months a1-1 by null. Weekly, mail per j to U S.. Z.OO THE ELECTION OF 6CKOOL TRUSTEES In the fact that the school, trustees is largely a domestic interest, in that it concerns the boys and the girls c( tie city, the apparent show of opatij of interest among citizens is something to be !u the7 importance ol education there Is the need of capable men-, with' seme understanding of -educational require- ments, to sit on the School Board' as trustees. ltt becomes, therefore, a matter for citizens to diligently search lor such men, with the in [cut that they come forward as candidates. ]j Js also a ilutv to consider their capabilities to be. devoted, in public cause for the benefiit of edn cation. The Beit School Board will be faced Jrith very important such the'revising of the schedule of the teachers.in the the raise oi Salaries asked for, and also 'In tho Vay of increased school accommoda- tion. This means a considerable Bnr lancial outlay, and it Vill require Vise, and :at the ramc time cautious, bers OB the Board to arrive at means Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. was the origin of "Tielug the marriage knott' 3. How came the custom ot the vife assuming the surname of the hus- 3. What was the 'Marrow Conlro- 4 Who-were the Marrow-mea? 5. What Is a "Silk G.-Why Is-a spaniel so called? THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is Dog-Latin? 2. Who'IVere the Knights of the Hare? 3. What was a Mercury Jig? .4. Ayhereidoes a river flovr'inland fronrthe ocean? i" 5 AVtatVas the Soog of Roland 6. Wnat are Sumptuary Laws? ANSWERS j V. .PreteiiJed or niocgrel Latin 2. An order of twelve: .cre- ated b> Edward in France upou the following shout ing was raised-by the.French army and.Edwerd.thought th'ft-.shout was .th onset of fooiid afterward it was occasioned by, a hare runntn between the twq armies 3. The, first: fig gathered off a fig Iree was by the Romans dedicated t Mercury The stream from lie Bay of joura on oorth-east'coast of Africa It itMlf into Lake Atsah o PaA of the song which treats o the achjeiements of Charlemagne an his paladins, William of Notinand had It song at the head of his troop when invade England Laws to limit the o food and dress, or anj as the public Is 'con cerned, places a neir light on tho ag tationjfor gratuity that has bee going oa The pronouncement wa to meet conditions which arc consider mado by Mr H B Mslwel, at a ed necessary There will be an Ihe difference betwEea careful ami reck! less ndministyation in these respects, and the importance ot-the new Board thereby gains. It accordingly, demands that there lie material for a wise selec- tion, i The time for nomination rapidly nearer, and at present there tre only three certain .candidates for tte four -vacancies, To'fill del, lest moment, jost for'the sake'o'l'illlng them, would fata', in j YfeirF off the progressive.! polices central branch of the vete us1 In Winnipeg just r tently This may, therefore, be r garded as''an official coming from the parent auoclation Toe Dominion President, hoVere rider Jo what he laid in r gard to the impossibility ot getting th grataty. He mentioned that 1? th GoTernmeiit'coiiM to spen money in construct.Te schemes of r Board I Is expected ti 1 takatp -'has named, two and they appeal in the oomnieaded in thtf ittereit U to the sciiol eJcc-Wons, for an labor cannot but be Tltalir intejested needed in the city today Is a litUe' more of tilt public spirit which la not'TEry apparent. I 1 Caught By ]orp. Cameron Was Thrown from Horse Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Nov. 25. Thursday morning opened with a bright E.un- hine and warm wind, a few "clouds ioon, but at one o'clock these cleared way and everything was for the ig capture from the ludlans and bold- p iiien, by, the Royal Canadian Mount- Police oi the Nurse who was yester- lay sloieu by these Lad nien. i Tho In- iians siuce tfee capture of tho'Nuree, iad ridden miles away, and they were racked by police scouts, driven back o train, nhilo many ot Ihelr braves with their horses, were seen dead along the trail.-where the big battle took place and where the police 'ouud Nurse" tied" in" to be carried off. ;sDuring the lime the police Kere fighting off Ihe Indiana. Corp: found" heroine and released her from the rones "and blankets., carrying Iher to ;he car, which was now In possession of Ihe remainder ol.the trainirescuo crew. An extra was added to Ibe.scciie by Ihe Corporal being "thrown from his horso receiving some and was carried to. ihe hospital', car, bat was found not much Ihe worse for Ills tuinble.TSW eilra play." At same play as the Corporal-was lead ine Ihe police to Ihe scene of actioii one ot the members of tha police horses stepped hqlo aad both rolled into a hedp, resultiLe in a bid sbakeup for Hie boy ita the remem- brance that, ho was In. a movie -pic- lure-play. As the pollcfl returned from their capture the. townspeople turned oil to Welcome themias the) ,rode bj, aid thi'filra the: waving of hatfl and handkerchiefs Tho principals in this great'play are CoLVG. manager.'.Gaston Glass In the title rote ot Cameron, of the Mounted Policy, Osborne. the leading lady and norse as Raven 'George Larkeii, as Little Thunder'-- tiorSmi'GrKBtht, as boy twin. W Calvin.jis.oia Halev These actors have all been plaving for several are now-making the play of Corp.' Cameron a success. Ths ladies thr" Prtsbyterfan church spent a pleasant the of Hra. J D Mathepon, PREMIERS liECr IN FRIENDLY GREETING Ley- gues and Premier Lloyd George last nlgblmel in I.oudoa, their greelingi! bejng imtlcularly cordial, 44yaia._telegratti Ihe llavas vcoircspoudeut ic that city. He adds that 'Mn wai looked upon is a good omen for, tbe comi'.'g confer- ence bcl-Wn Iho two sutea- mcn, JForwal com e-sauons be- tvieeu them ill bu'J" m- preixlo'n ot situation that wjll like1 If have an effect upoo tae future de- velopment of the Alberta trade The series of tests and demonstra- tions of Alberta coal conducted by the government In Winnipeg proved entire- ly successful savs Mr Cote, and be Is veil satisfied with the outcome Ode ot. the first results w Is the decision! of tho Manitoba government to burn western roinad coal In its plant and the placing of an order Market Ip East The minister found further east that there was onlv a email coal in stock in most of the larger. _.'eulng a-joint, meeting was held In 'hreo ,nat JlovthB present at least, to liooae !s a sou.gf Uie draw itsiuppJks from across tae line [ceased But the buttaeu eido of thc.4 Great Lakes tails naturally to Al' erta Miss Holi2rison, Zt and It la intention of the (orern died Ust after Ihing eight rnent Mr Cole, Vila a broken re- pash for more trade with the prairie her iiijurlei iu I, nt 11119 curt ainrA nan hfieu markctc. About eilt Too estlm 1912, and theu (counned to but smaU reserves, IB their sheds find last four accomplish neit session to power Mr Hcrchmcr the Conser- n'omineB, also aililrebsed the meeting Uphill, the labor candidate Tlie minister ot mines and Mr questioned as to. their flews on coal mining to yds district Some of these questions Tre re some tho candidates Sr Hcrchmer got hi1; share also Henry Beard and the. celebrated Briy ill .the east Mr.. Cole also into Ihe salt industry in westear to Former Janitors WiBBeOnSiaml Against Doughty Winnipeg had a little to sai but Dr Weldar, as chairmau, band'ed. a dilErall poBltiou'well and kept the meeting orderly_.untd it ended with TORONTO, NOT Mr and Jtrs tea together, and Mrs THev Ken establishment' they' not 'on read a flattering God Save the King at ll30 pm The crovd seemed to favor Uphill the labor meeting. The Harmony' Jazz orchestra at present Inuring through c the Pass, gave a dance in Natal on Tuesdav ev- ening and certain1} made the crowd jazz return engagement is booked for Saturday nfght Lalillie eoonomic conditions ii) the country CANADIANS NOT ALIVE TO BUSINESS ABROAD A special Windsor despatch to the Toronto s that A N Lawr- ence, Foreign Sales Agent for the Ford Motor Company, told members of the Chamber of "Commerce that during his trip ot miles around the world he had seen one Canadian sales- man. .monopolizing the export traie'61 the- British Domin- ions I item Is not one public reckpfied in to gratuity, lilinfelt, that ous i a a ifaancial inrposalbnltV ''I t is oof that the refSjjM nwa 'do not deserre'this recopileiM bat In- atflity of the accW'io the nSjnest howsver willing" therefore, thlf pliase of life sitna- olivet' eranj aid. their -aclmties to tho proposal gt the.llommioa PreFl- dent oae shjcereiy desires that tb.6 Teteratts Bhonld be properly re-es- as recognition off Mrs Matkeson's tree ?nd ftithfnl services as president "of the ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church. ,-f Fred'OBborne, formerly Janitors at tie Grand Opera House" here will be thej chief'wilnesseB at the (rial of John Doughty, it is Btated. Mrs. Oshorne told interviewer here tonight that she and her .husband bad'given cer- tainr information to Attorney-General Haney, hut what this Information'..vaa telliug she events assume Ihe pastorate ol Ainslee Street leading up to case were the rea- church, Oalt sons of our leaving the thealre MACHINE 'GUN ON WAR. NER SCHOOL GROUND (From Our OwnL Corresppbdent) Nov." Warner school now- boasls of a relic of the recent war, in tho form of machine gun, one of thp two donated to the toun of Warner It Is mountaHn 1 conspicuous position in the lower cor ndor and wears an air1 of fretful boredom, as though H the f peaceful atmosphere orderl) Premier Stewart Says Alberta Tired Waiting ..____ While pulling out pronj in %ro 8; she was not at liberty to dirulge, ex toc here Jhis monlng, __ Noah I to those associated with the homaison was caugh' by a cave in.' prosecution __ __ It took several hours lo release him. Mrs Osbprne intimated that tha ,n but he lackily'Eot clear ulih his life story she and her husband had to tell t- His foot is badh crushed however would bring "several persons dowa _ I and Is badly bruised up -v." n' liito the case 1 don't mind peaceiui airaospnere uiucnj EDMONTON, Nov simpb raid of its now ,tarae and humdrum cannot wait any longer for the Domin position If the pupils tould only in ion government''to give-us any an; to talk, what tales might he told government'to give-ua swer as to whether or hot ince is to be; given .its natural. re- declared Slewart tcr was just da} after receiving from Attornev action nould be Ukcn until tho General Johnston of Manitoba a re {subject had been dealt with in the q.uest that the prairie provinces make executive eoinciL, .Alter Borne de another concerted effort to obtilu finite plan had been'ngrceil upon lie rome action it-Ottawa. I yromisiSS a full statement tx> tie press md Premier Stewart, however, said ho on what" Alberta inUcded doing Mo, Than Poem By S E. Klcer Vhieh will he exactly relished b> those tha Interests of the would, like to se4 an trade abroad pursued by the manu factarlng cbacerns of Canada It ther to the belief that our manufacturers are inclined to go casv lns 'expansion of their relying'on1 artificial means which A proUcUre tarin'allows to remi'n con- tent with a limited home market ip JabliBhed, and it becomas'a policy that this be done by the construrUve schemes President Maxwell reter-< lo, In Vegard specially to those men who arc Incapacitated through what they have been through In getting their pro- per.; retorn in the labor market, and jhose find'tnat all honest attempts to get civil life have been thwarted circumstances which tiey havtAo control The needs of these men want careful looking in- to. No soldier should be suffered to be in need through no Tanlt of his own. The success of tie sale ot schoo lands in Macleod should help consider- ably in allaying acr feelings .cit depres- sion there Let ns impress on all would-be com on that healthy com Pelllors lhal Ihe time for the closing petition which the markets ot the supply It the bslancc of trido Is lo ba main- tained U Is Important that our rnanu follow aii aggressive policy. of the Herald Story Competition i: drawing.nlgb. It.will soon a casi of now or never. would have Imagined that would nave at leasV been an attempt 'to get come portion of the norldj trada. by sending out salesmen. Tlie adage of 'nothing uolMn? does not se'em lo have its appeal tb'thew concerns It %3S not long ago that the Deputy Trade anil Commerce point to tne practice of Canadian firms :to inquiries on lo firms In the' United Statbs, with a depend foreign intermediate commis- oidp hoiSes anrl fore'gn cl'iinne's cdtipletl wll'i the inlcli'Kcnco that there appear to he no Can til ai TepreMntAltves abroad pushing Cauo< rttaflfwaref, points to a lack of initia- tive "and enterprise among Caii-Han a protective tariff, ftowover high, will not overcome but to foster and to oneour- age, No employee in Toronto will-he a' lowed lo any Sunday work )ri bakeshop. other than Bet a sponge Now. If It were a milk shop we shoul understand what the sponge means. 'The' abolishment of money Is aske Jor in Russia. This is one getting rid of the "root of nil crll 'tp take Ha -place In th world Of firchanpA anri Grassy; Lake is very .anxious toil the. ideal iiaBtoral village its nam indicates, anil eo wants all evil ilo6 and doings banned from its Eras'; pastures. This shows a wholesotn pride in tho little burg. v In Delation (o tho domaiul for the gratuity, for .returned men, of which we have, heard Iho air THE PROSPEROUS PROFITEER, Ho t Burned lujd a Ilttlo (plan tat, mocey wlien the war began his Running trick. Vith millions piled away, Us mind is free from dread, met him yesterday, and is .what Vn at.lA k he said -.1 'I needn't ask no odds .of. enpybsddy. At 'mlnuln' my' own bTiuess ,'I'm. a bear; .don't believe-in study. :The things that never feits where The fools tiat nuis the papara thinks fanny J f me for Iho profile that I, made, But that don't bother rdei'l'Ve got the money, And ainTt in jail, afraid." feehn' mach Hii A number of parents ill rural' tllsj iritis have been fined for not sordini; Ihefr chiiilren 10 school. Now wo should hear that compulsory educa- tion should be done away with because it creates offenders. daughters and his hp.vc all that cash will He likes to his knife is eating pie; Tho greatest of all nien are .those whose ventures pay, AB he informed md when 1 met him yesterday "I seen' my chance to do It, and 1 'done "it, Some people wants their stalulc in a [lark; "til such things never gels you' noth- ing, "son; it Pays best to keep In mind dollar mart t Tvo to be a man that folks ad- rtlrcsi I've got my cellar full of stuff lhal's wet; There nir't no use ,in havln' fool de- islres. But put your mind On Scmolhlng-you can get." .pis by the prdnoun'cc- Bient of the t'resldtnt o( tlio Dominion AMocUUon of the Great War Veterans that fhe Dominion Executive had never feten in taror of the scheme, This, The' receiition given to Ihe roynl princes in Greece goes to prove that crowned heads 'are not altogether at a discount in Kurop'e: Tho llde appears to bc-seViri favor of- royalty. There Is not u doubt that tho "rule of tho as administered In lius- sia, has some bearing on the return ing STlLL-tHERE'S JOY IN THE' My hearl Is always filled wilh cheor, Tlio is bright and sunny, When 1 behold a Who thinks disaster must be near Ire his money. The ,_ L _ Mason Risch Phonograph oilers a rricelc'is ilege lie pnvitege of hearing at will m one s own home, the niiioic world's great the voicis of ils best singers, and listening, to the immortal ptrformances of Music's own immortals Due to its scientific construction, it produces rich, deep, natural touts, and plaj- yotsi all the swing jon could desire, sympithelically and If you do not a Ilhonograph, call and get There is 110 better ifaj' ol lieanng in jotir own lionie the world's best Music as with a Ma-xm Ri-cn Phonograpk and a collection of Recoitls such ah we keep in stoet. I REGARDING We keep i completestocL of ill the latest you if you TERMS You can own a Mason Risth Phonograph fof a partial payment at the timit'you select the iusirument. There la 110 rale as to buy lor Cash, wllife others who can well afford lo paj cash, take the partial payment plan, feeling that the accommodation is a wortli-whilcTprivilege. Some dispose of thc'tost with a ,'ow large mate Ihe payments small and spread them out over a period of time We have a.fine collectioH of Mason Risen Phonographs ill" all and woods on 'exhibition in our in and look for otir monthtj bulleti.i it will be mailed ;