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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE MTI.Y SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 191? ttbe Hlberta t DAJtY AND WERKLY ind PuVUmn TMI HERALD l COMPANY, LIMITED ttrwt birth. Ljthbriage W. A. i Doctor baa known. It la fondled by tha In fict Premier Martin, ol Saskatchewan, lavs the responsibility for tti9 orjanliei (arm era moTfmtnl i upon the afn who plarmed the do- ftat cC reciprocity lc 193L Uudoabt- adlf thitt li so, and the narrow o! (ha taat 037 roEca ot there days tie peniltj for falmjsisfctednefd In Redprocltr U much Down In OntAflo. tbe province Qial wrapped Itself Jn tbe (las. leartns inrjtmlloD to the 1'nIteJ Slate's, MTB R. reciprocity Prtniler toflay and U tliera wtre a federal election, i Is tit the Ufue. T now rtdprocJly, i reciprocity would awe tirmers weald Clrculitloni i Ratu: per weak.....J the boards ia s-weel re- lor the pracdecd up- ActlTllics In Worthy Wedding at Incidents From East- cm Town (From Orrr Own COW Nov. At Iho meeting of the Relief Society ID con- Institute It nectioa wltb the Women's held 'on Wednesday, the m, decided to hold the next meeting en ihtis by thii tioodwlnters eifibl ajo. Premier Dmr? caty iha other ddy "Tho elecllon err oi 1511, 'N'o truck nor trade with the was a triefced and a false ciy. I aci a C.inq I Tuesday or Wedaesday of this anadians; but U la part aeuTtrea, o: me1 eanaaians; out i Ptliy, by null, per year my that these t On Tuesday tbejre Kera only Are women carae out to help the sewing- Surely the ot this district and toirn will able lo giro n illlle time once a week to help make oter cloihinE for tho children o( thoia who are unfortunate enough, to need help. The iieri maolbg will ba held la the Rest Room oa Wednesday. Riymoad Farmers Whose lands Are Asseoscd to I'p Meanonitc School (BVorn Onr Nor. o ot tho slxtcea wetfons of lind of Iowa that were cut oil from tho Raymond school district, and Attached lo the HennemKe dltirict, Lara launched determined to Iho department of etduca'.lrm at Ed men- lou and QRTO Ttijueated that Lhej bo again returned to the Hajmand dis- trict. Thlj statement waa mado by Jamea E. Meeks, ot Meeks brothers, proml- charltir; as tl applies to fiehool Hoards, It is laJd down tiat an annul maetlns ot tha ratepayers or crejy town dlitrlct (sod this applies to cities) shell be beid At tbe time time and jlace as maj bo appointed lor-the aomlnaUon of councillors or aldermen, or at such citer lime, w.U- la six diya before tho said BJ SOAY be tLsed by resolution o! tha Board, of "which doe notice shall ba ElTen at once a iveek for al iwst two Creeks through alTertiso- saejit. This Is a rule baa been honored mere In the breach iban In tho observance. It Is a quEEtlon Whether ihs lioa-obserrauce of ihe tome Is not illegal Dui be tills so. Cr not, lha practice Is one which may foDowed with, profit .The practice calHag "the rate- payers tojptber hy the school triu- .tees should ba an obligation on their (art, in the -way of rendering an sc- CDTiDt of their uso a fcickneyed phreae. It la practice wblch Tolsht well bt Collowed ty the dtv counclL The. procedure will be helpful In avrsy maoy mlsundersLand Iocs aad in a (ford ing the fret Tentita- Uon o! oplnloa fr-lth all parties ftce to'face. Tie phase oE the quealion we ra'er yrell engage tha' present School "Board, lo whom the. procedure particularly refers, as as lo the HspiraJata for position! the Botrd, la now btlng meted out to p re Tar lea tors, flag Travers, and "DO .ruck or trade with the Yankees" crowd, They hare lost power In Tor- onto; A reciprocity Premier alts. on Iho throne there now aad It loofcs very much If tbe day of a rfcrlproclty Premier was near at band at Ottawa, niCKED UP IN IASSING BDBY MAN llardlnj, of Ohio, Is Ro- pubUcin preeMentltl candidate. St. Thoous is to ha-re a new labor templo. Canadian Falrbauts-Morsg will erect a big warehouse at llegion. hts collected J300.CN) more tucs this year than last year. Brantfonl annexes the burb ot Bellvlew, It will hsie ti popu- lation cl Eight Hamilton Collegiate students who played pranks on a Collegiate leather on Hallowe'en likely lo face the Magistrate oil a wilful dam- charge. They fire alleged to have poured molassoa pu (ho teacher's jorch and carpels, alter which they aomid the door so thai ho could not give chaM- A. C. Kotarisop, drtlfilit Cralk. Saabntcho-.vau, died iher Uklng an overdose ol drugs. Ilrig.-Gen. Boll TV 111 tak tics, carried by-laws favorable to Inn Hydro-electric Power CoaunlMlon of Ontario taking over from the Dom- ulon Government the Toronto teru Railway as part ol propowd radial line. Dpllj avenge production of Ford Motor Co. and is steadily approachlBt Siru'a Trades and Labor Council ti opposed to the returned soldiers gel- (Lug a tai reduction.' In the United Slalei and Canada there ere 1S2 rural Y.M.CA'a In lion, some ot llieui with two or tarw secretaries. Ill tinea yeirs tu9 ot Ol- ford county have subscribed the big Bum ot J12.7S8.3SO In Victory bondi. Tho Ineorsoll people were tho heaTleil luvestoru. wltll Woodstock second. Dr. Brleu, member lor South Ei- sej, Is leaving on a tyo months' trip to China as medical officer In charge of coolies being returned to land of Confucius. THE FIRST WOMAN IN THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT :-The British House of Commons T.II] that It has a woman Its fcembers when -Lady Astor' lakes her She IE not the Xlod ot a. woman In the sha 'Will.' Trlthout TiesllaUon im the tjiiCTtions that Interest her. She ikalrJy will not member. Is .fend hu a wide acqaalntaiice and a Vondertnl .loflueDCd, ajnonfat pollUcal lift In Great BrJ- tain.' VlT.iclonE, DrighL, witty, well tafamed, agireislre, Xrs. Asior le ail of these, and brilliant above all. .Bb.e to Canada dnrlag the! jrtr: The-pacheai ol Connangat ..-kofpltia was on tie Ajlor aslata tt ,.Cliveden. beautltnl loca- SPEECHES THAT ARE DRY AND LONG Tbe lack of popular Interest In pab- questions, betokened by the slim aUendenea, which Is more the rala than the ticeplloc, at public meetings in the city, calls for some explana- tion. We beKere {bat Sir Jamas Oat- Troit very near thl3 when, at a meeting he addressed, he said thai ha had bwn told the re awn .why publtc la LetfibrJdffa irere nol largely attended was that the speech- es were lengthy and dry. It Is not a Impression to get abroad speeclrmafcera In .Txth- brides are noted for Lbetr loagwlcded- ness and for the drynesa In wLIch they approach, their-subjects. It ttils Is so, tbe tame "should be remedied by Imposing a sclf-deoying ordloance .by to whom their own ac- cents htTfl charm which fulns In usage, 1 The {rouble (3 that many of u arc not practiced speakers, and so f.ill io ftl tho Instinct (hat a IUE pnbllo la g ell fag morq than Us flll .and Is exhibiting nncomTortable refllnp; If Ihla wi3 properly ECDsed there -would ba no question bat that the emergency brakes would be put on. Again there Is the difficulty which faces speakers who are not In tbe habit of mating speeches In put- UDK the finishing touches io whit they haie Lo say. As la tbe rinlshlne touch In a epeech Is fine art'and requires carefnl hand'! The climax to ft ipeech not only means Its ecdfng (Ls nnendl Faced with the dUiJcaHy of trigging a speech to a period, the speaker nrabta on In tin faint hope ol com' eld a whist drlro fitter the lodge rer in alj of the Relief Fund. There1 era eight tables In play. When me was up tbo score cards were col- ecled. Mrs. G. won first ady'j prlie and Mr. Anderson won ic gentleman's first, A collection as taken up and Ibe proceeds, as handed over to the Rellnf PUHJ. ne cannot help appreciate the step he I. O. O. F. baa'taken to help with he relief work In opr district The series" of meetings Ibat have een held In St. Andrew's church for past Treek and ngaln nn Monday venlug by the Her. V. M. Gilbert are ver. The Rev. T. DinleUoa, Luther- n helped' with the serrlcea. Tbe people of Bow- Island have a jeat In store tor ihem on Friday IghL The Young People's Society old the weekly raeallnjj In St. An- rew's church on thai night and Dr. of Lethbrldse will give an ad- ress oa the History of Southern Al- erta. Thfa Is the American Thanksglrins lay and the Ladles' Aid, of the United ihurch are haTbg a F.npper in tbo lest Room this p.m. ntil all have been serred from the bundance ot good.things prpvMed, i large crowd Is erpectcd. Sirs. Hurst baa opened DP her toci of toilet articles, fancy dishes, alent medicines ID the building aost o tho post office. Rumor Gays tha n Medicine Hat a employed In Mr. C. Jobn- iOn's butcher ship' will haro charge if Mr. Feller's shop'Jn now Island. Mr. Dick Klrsch came down on Frl- lay from B. C., where he has been forking, returning on tbo Saturday light train. Mrs. Kirsch accompanied', ilm back and will do the cooking at be camp where Mr. Klrsch ifforka. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Murray mot- red to Medlclie Hat last week with Wends from BurdetL DP agmJnst which will rauie him to halt; and tbe audience Wilb maoyr long speeches are an bcesslon, as tfaa saying they fJIl Ulk. Eat when what Konld bare could Ve Uun this bees good If coDfliteil with 07 ealata.lri heanttful Bucks. toek'aj anch latemt In the anil Canadjan soldlen as It i tker were her own .possessions. She Dialled the hwpltal regularly, and the palteaui and ifatf came up to in her the magnificent palace, which Is the Aalor home. pioneer puyalclinj Doctor al "Cliveden from begin- attag, and he .was always an Aslor larorite. In the beamltul Italian gar- placed In a tiulel little corner on hillside between tho palace and tta hospital, rest (ho remains ot Lelhbridge born boy, illglit U. Clar. nee Sherlock. It was In limits, Is extended, tha remit la monotony. Brevity Is the JOB! ol irtt particular ly applies to speech-making. In the outlook that TS shall having n number of speeches In the clly Euort ly, and In the view of making onr pub- Ik meetings better, the practice ot condensing talk will he a beneilela] one; and if thla Is generally practised we shall not hear anything of (be Outram opinion ot long an notltm, Sunday Scnool convene] >t the clow of ths Sundriy momlng .Weineialy Ttltlaoiy Iff Hi I B.B. IT.e reading room H open flirty ti- ectft Enndnys and holldaya. from 3 (o5 p.m. where tin nihlo mid >nlhor. [zed ChrlslfHr, Sclencfl HleTRlura mi; Sumlny al 3 p.m. flocnhtr. Mr. J, D. '-Prayer." Piano Kolo by Mljs Slrotc of the Con- servatory1 of Music: Soloist; Mr. R A. Doiilon, We all need to know more nhoul Prayer. How lo pray, etc, Come and, ______ ..._, thl, very Important subject I read, borrowed or putchiMd. dealt with. I puhllc (I cordially Invited to at. 1 tend the- cbarch Dlicuitlon. Ladiei vltH tf.u rtidlcw room. ;