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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EI.GHT THURSDAY.- SEPTEMBER 30, New Books at Public Library rhildreu who ure members, to sea that they do the Mine. At preseul'a very lurge of the time has to bo spent cm repairing books that have carelessly ircited. There are at present a number ol ,_______________________________ books that were to returned A; crate or new books has at the Public'library, some of which heW .bcr- by Sat-1 rowers. U ill overs- Among the fiction are tmeuiuei ui mmruioei ui4uo ot novels by favorite 4hijl Ub, author.. are luled a few 0( rary bunk lio.has neslectcrt to relurri. them Some of these outstanding baaks are among our best and other people are Pal, Conrad- wantiug .them.. We would ask every- The Rescue, Ervlne-The Foolish Lov-1 Wu0 has been overlooking return- ers, Middle Toniple -his b'ooVs to brim; them In at Murder, Lulu Belt, The'Gay Dcmbeys, Jlrs. Warren's Daushler, Relations, Man Who Understood AVoinen, Cbrou- iciea'of Avoulea, Great Accident, Young Physician. There ire some delightful (Special to Tho Herald) WIN.N'IFHED, Oct. Bus sum, a farmer eight miles south of here.lost his barn nnd granary-with all green feed and this year's crop ot grain, and all. bis harness and mach- inery fn a fire of unknown origin loday. Ashes from a pipe are held respon- sible for starting another fire at the place of Harvey Davis four miles south. It did not amount to much and was quickly put out. for the children: Fairy Tales as, Rilry Gold, Nyblom, Jolly Calle and other Swedish Fairy Tales. Maet- erlinck, The Hlue Bird; stories for as, Kilplne. Stalky-i Co., Cap- tains Courageous, G'rinnell, Jack Among the Indians, Eggleston, The Hoosier Sclioolboyi Saw- Camping on the Great Lakes. Tieirthere is some non-fiction told in a most interesting manner children, .Maeterlinck. Life of the Bee, at London, Peeps at Paris, The Book of Stars. T.Kere hare also been added some valuable books to the adult non-Ccllon department. A'few are listed below ,Partisan's Works, English Men of Action Series, Nelson, Hastings, Clive, Wolfe, Drake; English' Stalesmsn-r- Pitt, Elizabeth, Cromwell; Holy Roman. Umpire; Druic- Law la Ihe Spiritual Wofld; Spinoza- Ethics; of the Bea- gle; Wealth of Nations; of the .'to Sing; Golf for nBooks hive reached such a price now that we would ask all borrowers to every possible care cf each book borrowed and if they Save, MONEY VERY TIGHT IS GENERAL MANAGER'S CHIEF OBSERVATION I IMPROVEMENT IN That money is at the present time very tight was the opinion of Mr. C. II. Easson, General Manager of the Bank. was'In city along omclais of the bank.. Mr. Kassou was a very busy man Interviewing various managers in the district in- dividually. and spending n consider- able lime with each. He dined with the local managers at the Silver GriK and then returned to the banfci where he was busy up to eleven j o'clock, going by the early morning train ,through the Crow's Mr. Kassou was particularly pleas- ed with the showing made by the branch hanks in Coaldale, Raymond, StlrlJps aud Xew. Dayton. INQUIRY INTO RENT QUESTION AT WINNIPEG QUEBEC'S DEATH RATE MONTREAL. Oct. The annual report. of .Dr, 4. W. .Uptimer.. the statistical of the sup- erior board o' health of (he province of Quebec, will be published shortly. showing theb irti rate to be 32.60 per thousand and death .rale per respettiveiy SAILED 20 YEARS BUT NEVER LEARNED TO -SWIM FREDEFHCTON, N. B., Oct. 1. employed for 20 years on boats, Wesley Upton of Shef- field, never learned to.switr, and when he fell Into the St. John river yesterday he was drowned. COX NO. 2 CANDIDATE 'FOR U.S. PRESIDENCY SPRINGFIELD, Jlls.', SepL other Mr. Cox entered the race for president ot the United States with the filing here of a complete state lid jt ot the Socialist laljor party, this afternoon. .Their standard bearer is William H. Cos, of St. Louis, Mo., and his running mate for ..vice-president, August Gillhaus, New York. Harry Carey rfff (JtUVEBSAL. "Human rU Colonial today and Saturday. AUCTION SALES SE 199 FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS On the S.E, Vi, Sec, 2-9-13 12 MILES SOUTHEAST OF GRASSY LAKE S. GIBSON, Prop. H. J, SCOTT, Clerk. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6TH, 1920 FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS On the N.W. Vi, Sec. 2-9-13 11 MILES SOUTHEAST OF GRASSY LAKE THOS. KAMBERTZ, Prop. H. J, SCOTT, Clerk. GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer 327 11TH ST. S., t-ETHBRIDGE, PHOIIE 1692. STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSE- HOLD EFFECTS THREE MILES NORTHEAST OF BURDETT SATURDAY, OCTOBER AT ONE O'CLOCK JOHN. P. MtCARTeN, Prop. 0, H, JOHNSTON, Clefh, GEO. P. PORTER, Auctioneer. 327 11TH ST. sv LETHBRIDGE. PHONE 1592. WINNIPEG, Oct. Public hear- __ ings of the joint council ot inquiry i ter how serious thoy may lie. I Newest Grffili! Film At Empress Today Phlloaophyrs have arg'istl at length against the proverb that clothes rnaVe tlie man. but it is a'n undeniable (act that very few Soutk Sea -Islanders acquire the' dignity to match dcVoutness when they accept the Christian religion. Their personal appearance make a ludicrous coil- tract with ministerial clothing uo mat- COUNTRY STOPE VODVIL NITE AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE Tonight (Friday) at uhe Colonial Tfccafre Is.Couutry Store yodvlf Nile. Glad First jirhe as usual will be a crisp rew fire-dollar bill, after wllch will come a huudrccl other ac- ceptable prizes. Manasei Leu Brown a new Idea' tonight: in the rsdrii.'V Gvt cWwn early, aiid a :ood. seal, and be sure eo-trine the vlfe and fctddles: into the rent question were resumed ast night. As no further complaints iad been received, the session was akcn up entirely with a discussion >f the questions of depreciation, re- pairs and vacancies in various apart- most house blocks. The complaint of !be .Army and Navy Veterans' Association as., to whether landlords had the right to eject tenants with families, will bo IB heard at a future session.. D. :W. Griffith has incorporated one of these characters lu-his latest production. "The Idol is the attraction at the impress thea- tre now. It is a love story, could not have happsued f.nywhere else in the .world than on the South Sea, a place of adventure and mance made famous by some of the best writers in history. i Other good attractions and plenty I of comedy. HARRY CAREY IN "HUMAN STUFF" AT COLONIAL TODAY AND SATURDAY -Happy .Hsrry Carey, the most popn- r 'AVcstbrecr" on the screen will be the Coionisl Theatre today and saiiinlay i-i his latest big special iroductiou entitled "Human Stuff." 'aroy'a pictures are always good and Stuff' Is no exception to the general rule. Wilh his famous flying squadron of cowboys, and a big sup- porting company, Carey Is little short of wonderful In "Human Stuff." Tho laughs on the show will be well taken caro of in "Throbs and Thrills a Bpeoial Vitagraph Jack Dempsey will provide plenty of thrills Jack." ME TO CITIZENS OF ALBERTA Office Fire Commissioner, r Edmonton' Alia. Supt Bear By Itoyal Proclamation, His Excellency the Governor General of Canada has designated October 9th, 1920, as "Fire Prevention Day." On this day we are called from the routine of our daily thought and action to devote a faw moments of our timo assisting this great movement. October 3th, may be termed the "Nation's Clean-up ;It Is, as well a day set apart for self-inspection, not only of our attitude toward thia-cvi! but also in regard to the condition of our heating apparatus, water ash cans, electric wiring and other sundry appliances required for use during the winter season. Fire is a disease; it is caused by the unhealthy conditions of a build luZ. These conditions may be organic, that Is, part of the building itself, or raay be functional, that is, part of the operation carried on in tho bulid- ing; both of these conditions K is your duty to remedy. -i This epidemic touches the poctet of every man, woman and child In the country, and enters into the cost of everything wo eat, drinS and wear; Its ravages are certainly of sufficient .economic import to impress upon us the realization that the price .respect is.Eternal Vigilance and Community Co-operation: If'you 3rd of a diftcrent opinion, look this Tiablp over; you will then be donVlnced -Umt the need of being constantly reminded is born of the necessity for greater carefulness in our, aitUude -to- wards this disease. s Other acts tho bill will Include Madge Lucas, premier duuseuse iii an extraordinary dancing revuo; Krfk and lu "Tha Woman a rollicking comedy sketch; and Morris jind Adeline, in a comedy, novelty. Sessue Hsyakawa will head the plc- tujres IB hjs latest dramatic sensatlpii, twvit'i Ulaira." (il'XPLE LEAFS Captain M. W. Plunltett Is offering field in the life of Canadian theatri- cals. Such effort la worthy of Canada is proud of Captain Plunkett- nnd IjlB soldier boy euterUlnerB.- Tho "Maple Leafs" will offer "Cam ouflage" at tha for two nights, Monday and Tuesday, Oct. llth and __ The company includea: Den Bob AaJartcii, Sim' Bircl, Jack Kelly.- Howard JLarge, Harry .'.chtown, Ja9.' Billy Morrison, Bobby Scotl, Sunday Evening 9 P.M. SEASON'S BIGGEST ACT TOPS "HIP" SHOW AT COLONIAL MONDAY AND TUESDAY the new "Hip" vaudeville show at the Colonial Theatre on Mon- day, and Tuesday-will be tho Fire Cranes !n an elaborate singing and dancing and mnsical act. This will be a big treat for local Taiidevilla lorers another all-Canadian attractloa in ?-Ert Sorenton. Mor-I ada this year, and Is again proving I Plunketl. Si'd Welsh, Beu-' lhat this Dominion can supply un- son- Janie's Graham, Ormond Perley, limited dramatic talect and brilliantly arliatic. entertalnmenls. His latest effort, thOTeorganliation of tie famoue fourth division thcatrl-! cat in their! biggest overseas "Camou- liaa met with wondeilul com- meudation, both from the and the press, and the success of tlipj tour Is already an established feet. ills presentation of Iho "Dumbells1 was the biggest thing in Canadians theatricals last season, and he has firmly established himself as the mas- ter soldier shows by his latestjofferlng. aslofganiier and di- rector of some: twenty-eight concert nirUnx..'in.prance has stood him in good stead, in tho, theatrical .field where his offerings with Ihose .of the American producers of musical fotind to be good. In fact many critics claim that the sol- dier shows are the best thing ever seen in Canadav' It Is ce'rtain that he up a new and imporlanl ORCHESTRAL CONCERT Beresford's Augmented Colonial Concert Orchestra Today and Tomorrow Special Children's Mati-' nee Saturday H1 GRIFHTH'S'THE IDOL DANCER" Pronounced by many critics one of tha most remarkable productions of recent years. "THE IDOL CANCER" is a wondrous play of lovo and jadventure such as only GRIFFITH, THE MASTER, may reveal in all its beauty, strength and excileraenL POSITIVELY NO ONE WILL BE SEATED DURING THE DANCE- Japan 0.51 Sweden f. ;K 0.42 Austria i.i.. 032 Germany ___ '025. 011 You hearts Ihe.lfst in los's ratio reasons may he fuund.in the which the attitude of th? peonlcr toward thBiSre" prnulemr "'Tis passing jafe lo their Veal interests. We look upon any eipcumture made foV, fire protection as jusl'so much loss; something paid out to satisfy Bo'meones mere "whim. AVo'resent any ad- vice of the kind au'd feel tlul it Is a fclteclion upon us arid our judgment A man who lalKs about fire. bcTorEhand Is a fanalic, eomothing lo lie shunneil, a fullow svho juerely wishes to diiturb tho'beatific calm ot cjisting iflndilions. We tho' ohe-ih-six hiihdird chance of being thn next to be humed out and wring our and lament the.torrlhle loss Providence upon us i 'There's no denying as a'-nation we don't lihe advice. We lovo to be learniby hard cxpcrience.ii'WeJiave'llltle fnr exnqrfSj who tell us the fire'occurred.'and'hoiv unfortunate.it .was and how..sail, and who can to. readily-anir rinctiorislv.mix their scalding "tears of sweet responsiveness and Mnipathv'witn. those vo shed over the terrible Inflations visited upon us by an unkmd of Fate. We despise and shun the wise doctor, the preventer of, ills; the corrector p! evils, Irat-wo-juEt love the coroner." We believe that Jhe greatest value for time and money expended is ob- tainable by a cfliirse.o.f i.nstriiction lo iho children.of our Province through tie schools. We request the Board of School Trustees of every city, rural community to make arrangements for a short talk by the fire- chief, principal of Ihe school or other qualified person, on the subject of Fire Trcveniion, lo the children o! their school on Friday, the Sth day of October. The mala topic of such an address would be CAREFLfL. NESS. The fact lhat 1'i% of our fire loss is'attrlbulable to carelessness is surely a serious indictment against an intelligent and progressive an indictment against our "habits." This address could also include some comment tipcri some of Iho com- mon precautions for the prevention of fire. 1. licmoval nf runblth that may have accumulated around the premises, 2. Danger or dumping ashes near wood. 3. Danger of children playing with malches. 4. Danger of fire from over-heated stoves, the furnace pipes improperly protcclerl from wood-work. 5. Oily nigs and waste often causes spontaneous combustion. U. Care in handling gasoline. 7. linger of nltemptins lo light fires with coal oil. Klacwhore In this issue you will find the third card ot a scries this de- partnicnt in distributing on methods of fire prevention, and It will Ijo worth your white following tins Kuricrs lo tho end. These rards do not convey any new trntha. 1ml liicy contain :i big idea of c-ditcatiilg every uoy nmi Rirl In Alberta to (hint, act anil talk fire prevention.- AH parent or pjardlar, of some boy or girl, ymi have a share .in lliis Important work' will you take the troubls to ntlvlne them to bo careful in their hahils, encourage them to bi.i constantly upon the lookout for hazardous conditions about .your own premises. It will pay yon in dollars and cents without considering any possible of lifo. which sacrifice is lioynnd compulnllon. Fire iircvenllon la tho work f. todny; It may he too late tomorrow Prevention is Better tharyCure Further nn the t'revenlion of Kire. Head tatofiilly and for cards lo follow. 3. Deposit ashes In a pit four feel in depth, at least thirty feet from any building. A3 pipe ashes, cigar, snd cigarette stubs are excellent agencies to start you should net allow smoking In or around your out- bulldlngi, W. M, Seller, Deputy Fire Commissioner Treasury Department, Edmonton. I_______________ COUNTRY STORE VODVIL NITE TONIGHT (FRIDAY) 35c and IQc TONIGHT SATURDAY inhis latest Quklc-tritfrf AdventureintheLand of HUMAN AND "THROBS AND THRILLS VITAGRAPH.COMEDV AND JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK" H O E N I X LJ'iP e A TONIGHT and.SATURDAY RETURN OF "The Virgin of Stamboul" ;