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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETOBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1920 eralb Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 6th Street'. South, lethbrldgi A. BUCHANAN and Managing Director John Torranca Business Manager Hates: elirtred, per it Bureau of .25 8-TO T Kaa- fo.r 6 nionthi 4.25 3' months 2.50 by ailli l-M by mail; per year to O.8. 2.UO fur ONE PREMIEf} To ANOTHER' the of a Just, reproof to comes the reply of Premier j'Drury of Ontario: It Is the retort courteous which is becoming In the Circf instances. Tho words of Mr. Drury, convey a volume of contradic- tion to the statements voiced by the Premier of Canada when the Ontario Premier says that the only thing his has overturned is the 'worst system of forest pilfering itf North American continent" I Premier Meighen hopes to; achieve in the righteousness and In- tegrity with which he clothes the poli- cy h? advocates of protective duties is. discounted by the means he em- ploys to advocate 11. No worthy ob- ject cati be achieved by dividing the nation into sheep-and goats with the Premier of Canada the discriminating shepherd. .Argument should be used to hut to convince. To spVal, of Bolshevists and the farmers of. Canada in "one breath is not to ar- rive at the object which the Premier no doubt sincerely aims at. .When it comes to conversation as opposed to radicalism the farmers of all countries rill be found lo be lined up with.the forces of the former more i the latter This has been proved all countries, more especially at the isent time in Soviet Russia. anytime has been brought forth 5 'tuove' the apprehension that the are out for an upheaval, it of the State, tho ZjfLl'e the farmers' rule in On- SfJlsufficleDt. There Is nothing apprehension in the record _ Cory Government. It has given of Ontario honest govern- ntu rndical noticeable its .acts.. This, should be. an earn- Jt of the good intentions of the farm when they seek after n policy iu t reduction of the tariff which they sincerely believe is for the welfare of tho country, just as Mr. Meighen he. a protective policy has ho Is out with tuo glad hand as helping the institution of al facilities in his district. The ilrv farmer ou the other hand has ;iuch a Blake In the land as his brother. in that with him aro ni't as conductive to contentment- ami pros- perity. Tills is sneaking .-.ei'.eially. Me is mote ready !o pyll out if need be than tne Irrtgstion farmer. With this In mind, that lie has assur- ance of stability as the vet farm- er has, he is riot so willing to give iu the matter of school rates, as he is not very sure whether his family will be long enough in the district to profit by the school. The relation between irrigation and education is soroething which natural- ly conies up in regard to the building of a new High School In the city, com- blned with the that Lethbrldge will be the centre of an irrigated dis- trict, with the fanners anxious to make the most of the facilities which such. an institution will afford. This means that with Irrigation an accom- plished fact the accommodation of the city schools will be taxed to a far greater capacity than it Is now. THE "STRIKE OF THE TEACHERS" As somethiug of a reassuring nature, so far as the publts Is concerne'd, TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who were the Minnesingers? 2. What was the Peasants' War? 3. What are the particular names for the fctir flugere? 4. Why is the litllo finger called the "ear" finger? 5. What Is a d. Why U the pheasant so THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is a John Dory? 2. What are Uaniau days? 'i. What is a John lloberts? 4. How came the expression "Darby and 5. What is a ''diplomatic 6. the title of the Em- peror of Japan? ANSWERS i: A fish caught lu the Mediterran- ean and round the southwestern coast of England. The name Is a corruption nf the 'French "Jaime the, adorable or sacred fish. 2. Days whoa ho meat Is served to a ship's crew." Th'e term derived from the Banians, a class of Hindu merchants who abstain from the use of 3. Au enormous tankard, holding enough drink to last through Saturday and Sunday. The measure was Intro- duced into Wales In 1S8G to compen- ed considerable attention were those entitled "Beer and Bees." lu the same room wers'Sbovvu ex- hibits of writing by many of the ounger pupils. AIT morning judges worked dilligent- y ou their taskn and tu the after- loci, the buildings were thrown opeu lo the public. The exhibits shown In :be domestic .science building were astonishing, to put it lightly. The raisin pie that was awarded first place in its crass had any such pie is dished up In restaurant? lu Leth- brldge beaten a mile. The writer :nows because he sampled IU Plenty of cakes acd cookies shown and hey made one's mouth water to look at them. Samples of preserving asi canning were on hand and some ot the ruit made one wish they had the privilege'of taking a bottle home. This building, without any boasting, was the centre of considerable Inter- est to both male sad female.-Many remarks were made that the children did. not prepare the exhibits them- selves but Mr. Grace, the principal of '.he school, stated he bad sufficient action ot Mr. Crawford, President f" lhc Sunday dosing, anil Iho Lethbrmtfe teachers' AUUnce, m Lrts evening. da, night to surprise Mrs. B.C., Mr. Grey Boweri of Calgary Is spend- ilrict. at the home of Mr. T. Ingoldsby on "--1-- Mere remained at Ludtke, who .is shortly to leave Bow ureyKowen of Calgary Island for Cavley, 'where she will re- "9J le" side in future! Mrs. E.'C. Ludtke has been tho rery efficient 'secretary of hlr tae lodgo for some years and has wnys been an' Interested member so the lodge look this opportunity to e show that her efforts had been appreciated and that they re- The resolution ivas defeated. "iu Settlers in northern Ontario located as! 5I.- Whitney has as her guest j near the railway, who have pulpwood N'w-th Cslgury, vyho lias been practis- ing law fur has formed some time In Calgary, partnership with H. B. Crowlo, of Calgary. At 11- meeting of Mngis (rates a resolution was introduced by Col A.' L. liryau to repeal the union with (Urltaln and give the Prince of Wales the Crown of .Ireland as tho liesl means of uniting Ireland ami realizing Irish national aspirations. an11 y re-, that clrcHinglances c-aueert hor XIr- anii xlrs' Blonlmell n ed from <-ausel1 h" of Vancouver, on their properties are reaping a rich visiting 'relatives In harvest. They are receiving ?15 H soiue cord It J5 Is paid in advance when the Wood is piled in the bush, or M7.5U for delivery at the tracks without any advance payment. The price four or spend, M s'5, ''.lre' Alberta Pacific Elevate- here. Magratlr here and reside ir. (ho house Mrs. A. W. Fulltr, on behalf by by Mr. and Mrs. the membres ot the lodge, presented! -T ni, Mni. Udtke with a loose leaf MagralhL Bunerm- companled her husband on the motor onger o cstrihute te thanking the members for their kind- ness. y Mrs. Frank Brophy of Vancouver, formerly a Bow Island resident, has been visiting with friends here for the past three'weeks. Mrs. A, Hoaglln gave an "at home" from 4 to 6 p.m. at her home on Tuesday for Mrs. Dro- phy and numb.rrs of ladles availed themselves of this opportnnlty to meet and ohat a little silver and gold cups were awarded al the evening concert In the moving pic lure house: In the matter of organizing the fair too much credit cannot be .given to ii. E. Grace, principal, of-the Barons consolidated school, who woVked single-handed for days. During .the day he wae assisted by his teachers and many from, outside points. The judges consisted, of Alice M. Jackson, who lonked after the domes- tic science with Nellie -Allely; J: C. principal of the Claresbolm Agriculture School, who attended to the vegetables, O. McConkey, who grain nnil livestock and Inspector of Schools Watson. tho exhibits were housed In tho buildings of the Uarons consolidat- ed schools. The vegetables, art and needle work and grain wera in the main building of the school, the do- mestic science in another huilrilng and the livestock was In a stable clone by. high Class Vegetable Too much praise cannot be 'given to the high class of vegetables shown. They were the results of the work of the pupils of Ihe different scht-ois interested and plainly showed that In the district covered by the fair a real interest lias been aroused among the growing generation. Practically every kind of vegetable In common use in .southern Alberta was on .exhibit, and although some of tho varieties were not largely represented tho ex- hibits of them that Were shown were of a high class order. The exhibits of potatoes plainly showed that the district is capable of growing some of the finest potatoes in southern Alberta. Very few of first expected. The concert and dunce niesl who Is soon leaving for her home, in Vancouver. Mrs. Hoag- In received with Mrs. Brophy while Mrs. Carlson invited to the. tea room where the tea table which was centred 37 a howl of lovely sweet peas, was presided over by Mrs. Swennum- while Mrs. E. Wllraol, Mrs. R. S. Seattle and Miss Slater passed the date ties'.- To Mrs. O. W. Nordin on Thursday, Sept. 23rd, a daughter. ing they will be publicly used. The IthDm '.1verc scabby and they wcra of liign hand of the agitator Is too much in evidence these days to allow of even th'u suspicion that tho teaching profession Is lined up wjth A 05-year-old woman set lire to her clothing while lighting her pipe and was fatally burned. Here's another argument for thosa opposed to the women-using tobacco. In rousing interest in a local insti- tution M the nature of Oalt Hospital tlie disappointing results of Die donee Blvcn by the Indies' Aid of Hie HOE- pllal should act as a lever. a uniform size In each utiiibll. Tho varieties ot potatoes exhibited were many nnrl the judged found it hard lo make their Heels were there In large quantities, mangels, onions, cabbage, srjuash, peas and tomatoes were all shown. Six long taMoa were used In one of the rooms for tlie showing of vege- tahles and tho entire space offered thereby was uBdil. The brand of car- rots show.n were excellent, Good Display In Art Passing to (he room housing .the arts exhibited made ona wonder whether lie was entering the studio of an experienced artist. Somu of the crayon and oil drawings there were simply wonderful when it was con sldercd that they were done hy hoys mid plria from ton to twelve years of Practically every drawing shown visit to the east has depicted an oi-t-of-doora hecn Instrumental in getting a line of credit for Ihe city. Tho result of his visit may well bu called a "creditable" A reduction of per cent. Is an- nounced in men's collars. There can be no complaint now that the male population Is "getting it'In the neck" so far as high prices ars concerned. i Is in line to have a school fair next year. Tho line should be kept unbroken In tho and rural centres 'of Southern Alojrta. Here is Komeifilyg in which Al- lead, of them sccno nnd was held In U E. Grace's theatre. The features of the concert were the sing- ing hy a mans choir ot Barons school and physical drills.by the boya and girls of the school. 1 1. C. Hooper, delivered an address in which he appealed to the hoys and girls ot the dlstiict'to-keep' ap their interest in agriculture.. He told the showing1 they made was considering conditions as they have1 been this year. He reminded the farm- ers of the blow of June 8 and also of the dry spell that followed. of Prized'. Special prizes awarded were as follows: A silver cup to the Kehoe school for the'best exhibit in the nature study class. Silver cup to the for the best collection ot garden produce. Silver medal to Bert Kulpass of Barons for the best Individual collec- tion of garden produce. Silver, cup tn Gerald Noble', of Noble- ford, for the best peck of potatoes. Bronze shield to Nobleford: school for the best collection of sheaf and threshed wheat, oats and rye. Silver cnp to Allan Murray, ot Nobleford, for the-best individual col- lection of threshed grain.' Silver cnp to Allan Murray-for the best collection of sheaf grain. Silver and bronze medals' ,to Barons first and Nobleford second for the best Individual collection of sheaf and threshed oats. Thressa Harris, of Barons won B gold medal for the best collection of plain and fancy cooking. Dora Mae Grant, of Barons, won tt bag of flour, donated by the Ellison Milling company, for the heat loaf cf bread: Mary Moore, of Barons, was given a silver cup for the best collection of home canning. Anna Blalne, ot Barons, was award- ed a sliver cup for lh.3 best collection of plain and fancy sftwln'g. Through a system of averages, Nob- Icfprd, school won a sliver cup tor Iho best school collection In writing. By tho same innnner Nohlcford won another silver cup for the best collec- tion, in the arts class. Barons school was awarded a silver cup for the best exhibit of livestock. For physical drill nnd school chorus Bnrons school was awarded a silver cnp. Nobleford did not contest this entry. Waller Croivo WRS given a sliver cup as winner of the oratory contest. RUMORS OF BIG MERGERS AUTOMOBILE COMPANIES DETitOIT, Mich., Sept. circulating In this city that the Pack- no! common to the district In which the children were living. Pnr.tlciilarly interesting was tho ex- hibit of tho first nnd second grade pupils. They wcrb entered In a con- test that called for the depicting of some fairy talc nnd Kcil nidinghood was common. Although the theme that ran through nil the pictures wns prac- tically the same sufficient difference was noticeable to show thai Iho chil- dren line! ideas of their own. Some six year old pupllp-showed some wonder- ful drawings of fruit and ,flowers. Some of the pupils obtained the sub- jects fnr their drawing right at homo. iiarn yard nnd farm scones were common. Some older pupils mndo drawings of hook coverings that Kissing is deadly in arc well In Ihe reading public and is dangerous at all of Canada. Tvo ..Inuring, thai aitrac- to a Scallle tubpriulosls TO ard Motor Car Comnanv had been sold to Iho General Motors corporation tor a consideration of were de- clared today to be without foundation as far as officials interviewed "knuw." Al (he office ol the President Alvan Macandloy of tho Packard Company it was said no knowledge of such a Bale was had. Ttlchard p. Joy, Presi- dent of the National Bank cf Com. merce and a director of the Packard Molor Car Company, "had not heard of such a deal." Tho reports nli.o staferl that the General Motors has purchased parl or all o( the Wlllys-Overland holdings and the entire properties ot lha Maxwell- Chalmers Interest. trip. Mr. W. Knox spent the latter part of the week at his home, having been called here owing to the Illness of his baby sou. five years ago was f4 lo BOY FALLS OFF TRAIN, NOT. EVEN SCRATCHED ST. a C. P. R. train was travelling east toward Win- nipeg a few days ago, Howard, four- year-old son of Mrs. Jack Hone, was missed by his mother, who had: beers giving her attention lo her 19 months'-' old child. The only theory that the little fellow had walked through an- open door on to the platform and had fallen. blo.wn off.i The conductor ordered the train and abiXirfour miles back little How.- was found sitting alongside, the. days. .The little one had only been ill a few days, but although everything was done that medical skill and kind and, loving hands could .fat yet the han'd of death would not slay and ere the father, who was away, could get Ing her uncle, Edward Gee, 29 Itussell A Sayre, Pa., man was dried for driving-Ills'car-at p. m. without home In'response to a message, the j lights. When''he got home he little spirit had flown. On suited an almanac and found the time afternoon a funeral service was heid-of sunset that was He got his at the home where many gathered sunset that day was He got1 their tribute of respect and sym-ihis money hack. Yftur Children DESERVE A MASON RISCH On.a "cheap" piano they will never Jeani or play perfectly. You'll be surprised Iiow llttlo we ask the .Mason nfsch lasts a lifetime. Easy. 'terms. .and "Factory to Home'.' prices. MASON RISCH, ilHiTB) "Tho Balmoral Block of tho Viclrofa" i; ;