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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1920 She Deralfc fliberta DAILY .AND WEEKLY Prcpriojtyrt and Publlchers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED tn tth Street Sovth, Lethbridgt W. A. BUCHANAN JPrvUwt tnd Maniac i John Tomnce THili in Manager parly in the Dominion at -Medicine Hat on Thursday evening, The Liberal stakber Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates Dsifly, delivered, .25 Dally, by mail, per year........ 8.00 Dally, for 6 months, Daily, by mall, S.months........UO bj jnsJL, per ysar Weekly, by null, per year to OS J.W .KING'S STATEMENT OF IRRIGATION POLICY irrigation as'a ttona! Issue w'as voiced by Hon. >V. L Mackenzie KInc, leader of tho Libera lick] ben leader's statement of policy..on tli matter was voiced after having visit ed Lethbrldge and after having rc.ro- f uliy.jtudied trie situation from al His poHcy is cooperation cf tho Dominion and provincial ernments in 'the financing o the various farmers' districts In orde that the agricultural, development o the country may be aided' along th only soun'd lines winch can be follow ed here or: .'anywhere in Irrigatlo: development." tr- The Herald'is satisfied with Hon Sir. KingXstatement, and we are sur people uf houthern Alberta are also. We now have Premier Meighe and Leader King" of the ssme min 'ou the most Important problem o this section; of tbe west, .bur caus is therefore understood symnatbelica ly on both'sides of the house at'O (Hon.- Mr. King's statement thai th federal government should not see to. throw the; onus of irrigation, d veiopment on the provincial gover .'dent shows a slight mlsunderstan Ing of .the exact situation-as It exis in Southern Alberta. The federal go ernment 'hap already spent aimo Irrigation' Southern' JUbertat; .thos saving t YaHons jhlch will ;'tnls expense. intimated its.willingne to gc-'a Iqngjwa'y In aidlng-in financT If the prpvtncial as far as.it did'in aid'to railway branch. lines. We are sure this at- titude ot the pjminton .government have the support of Hon. .Mr. King when he thoroughly understands it. "J''' On the whole, Hon. Mr. King's visit to Lethbridge, we are sure, has beerj proflnctlve of much good In the cause of irrigation. That cause, now has friends In both the leading political camps at Ottawa, and we believe that When the time conies tor. action. .thSj cause will receive just support. The Imperfect Understanding The root pf all personal, domestic, economic, and na- onal troubles lies in the failing of individuals, groups, nd nations; to endeavor to understand one.another. In ur social fabric and in our personal relations it is the im- erfec't understanding that makes for strife and rebellion f spirit. It is "this imperfect understanding that tends to rings us to misjudge too often our fellow men. The secret of good will is the better under- tanding. .'The secret, of bitterness is the imper- ect understanding. We are often prone to consider that re not-only understand ourselves, but that we under- ;and others in a degree far more than we think they un- erstand.themselves. In this misconception we fail to give rediuwhere it is often .deserving; We, in our social rela- ons, too often fail'tb.teke account of the particular mood T: the individual with whom at the time we may happen o have a misunderstanding. If we are inclined tQ be more enerous in taking the .particular moods and the particular riaws of others into consideration we shall be less inclined o attribute motives 'of conduct which are not there, and vhich are there only in our minds. From this there arises litterness and contention. If weearij each one 6f us, make it a duty to understand me another, by looking on things in the angle we should oqkjon thehvwere we in the place of be tibre willipg to- condone and to forgive than w.e shall be ay iising'our owfrunderstanding, which inbound to be fre- quently an .imperfect understanding. It is this 'imperfect understanding that breeds suspicion, and suspicion is the author of many an individual, many a many an economic, and many a national strife. The Founder, of Christianity -was imperfectly under- stood by those to whprn.He came. He is frequently im- jerfectly.understood, now. The ways of Providence are because individuals' are apt to use their own iuritlerstanding, refusing, toYreason It is well for iis to'remember, in that there is-nothing perfect in this wbrldx that our understanding in..relation to rien and motives cannot be regarded to be. always perfect, ft is the generous needed and the motives pf msn; It is we may Jjevright in our judgment sometimes, biit it does. are right iii all our judgments. No. claim if at all possible, attribute. lesson in life'to wdftli'wfiileas the spirit of give the spirit! pf maHrig'ixjasonable al- lowances fpr those with-whdrh the time to see. eye to OuV'jlidgitte'rit' is apt'at to go astray, and this throUglvan iinperfect-understln'ding1. The cultivation .of the spirit a Vlptt.PV nnrtpViraVirliTKr., TORONTO OBSERVATORY FMLS QUAKE TREMORS COM io (o Take MeDould f TORONTO, Oct. An registered at tke experimental farm this Burning. The'Ant preliminary tremors arrived at 7 20 minutes and seconds stand- ard local tint. Tin-distance to center- 4ftO miles: Tho tremors kept going.for about kow. PICKIDVP IN PARSING (From MAOJJWD, Oei. Terry tie Royal Canadian Mointea Police paid official Tlslt to Jlacleod barracks rrilky. Inspected every- body, and ewytblng, and was dellgnt; ed to find the oflleers -ind men in such good shape M to their duties, and the carrying o! military dottet-Hei paid hlgb conpSlmentB to Msjor Doug- las for the vrork carried out in the training camp at Banff tba past mer. The-hones responded to the orders as fast as the men. The buildings and grounds were In good shape, and everything passed as ber ane. Mtjor Douglas has promoted to Uke charge of Manitobaf -which will have a larger number of men and horses, and a thickly populated country. Major Douglas has had a number of years experience in the Mounted Police, was overseas daring the war, and Bis ability to haudle men has been recof- nlied by Commiuloaer Perry, promotion to titi Brandon barracks. Major Douglii vtfteti to leave for hli new port aad duties in ten days or two wMka. Inspector John A. Mac- donaSd Uke I over the command on Sunday, and has been promoled to superintendent of the Macleod and dis- trict R. C. M. Police, and will ably fill the position as officer commanding. Clyde ftdl Prudent of New Sheet of Ice For the -Ladies (From Our Own Correspondent) OcL With sign B United Lutheran Church Studies Canada is Rept'esentcd WASHINGTON, Oct. to "assimilate" Immigrant monitors were today a( thejilennlal ses- sion of the United Lutheran Church. Delegates fro rillho northwestern sy- nod wbfch-Includes, parts of Western .Canada asked authorization to raise for their educational tnslUn- j tlon at Saskatoon, but objected to the to'work In co-operatin with 'bbe Bard of Education. 0erman- members f that was stated In the Debate, were BUS Iptctdus of plans to bring their educa Itlonal the "Tha I said N. Vf, Kohb, of JlUvvaukee 'ero looking lo'soo that MiaJ of con trol we are going to try to exercias over their Institutions." ot (Continued From Front Page.) A. Dillon and Csptatn Wm. White, was'stated to be a temporary measure, following the resignations of H. A. Robson, ;W. P. O'Connor James MurfocM.' Mr. MurdocVs let- ter of written to ex-Pre- mier Bortoi, was the subject of niuch Just prior to the ending of the last ol parliament The right, of the .board .to Issue orders: placing certain restraints on the export ot prodacts ins cnallenjid In connection with the ex- port of pulp and paper. In retard to approaching winter there hasMately been' great activity in curling club cir- cles. A meeting of the Vulcan Curl- ing cjub.'held at the offlw'of Flood, Wiclier and Eves on -the evening of tha 15th instsjit was largely attended by cnrllng .lans.'and much business ot Importance was discussed and pass ed on. Tiw proposition of supplying a separate sheet or sheets of ice for the ladles was taken up, and a com- mitted appointed to go Into the feas- ibility of "the 'scheme and to procure estimates ot the probable, cost, was appointed. The officers appointed for Gentlemen's Curling Club for the season are as follows: Hon. fni., 3, McNaughton, JJ.F.F.; Pres., Hall; W. O. Torge- A. B. K Long; ex- ____ ire commUtee, Messrs. Bntchart, Andemon, Charters, Jones and Grant A iheeUac of the ladies brarch of the club was held on the ISth inst, when tiw'.foliowlns offlcera were elected: Mrs. C. Hall, president; Mrs. Den- bigh', vice-president; and Miss Wylie, secretary-treasurer. has proclaimed bj-.rwha't 'it-has achieved. _In the the St..Lawrence wa. itlis'nbt: help for the particular, adrafltage of CauBua tuiit is sought Ijut.cp-brierRtloVi from the benefit desired from the'States'in the spirit for.a union In sentiment and action between the two countries and the solidification of that Anglo-Amer- Icjan'frlendsnip'and co-partnership byJThi this" the statement tonight control -eu of the north. FOR THE BUSY MAN, 7m. Marrlgsn, prominent contrac tor of Port Arthur, dead.. Andrew Neilson, prominent Carleton Place business mttn, dropped dead. -Dr.'Johu Mundell is' dead, at King- ston. Colonel P. H. Bextcn, a picturesque figure ot lie old d'nys In Great Falls, Is dead. J.'N.' Hood, a resident of Creek for 16 years is returning tO'resldo at Qajt Tie OSotoks-Rerjew" reports' that A. S. Blackwood, of near .has a yearn ago1 which yielded fruit forj.lhe time this year. Between 100 and 704 Tlie Children's Rome established la speerd that the Ger man'thought efforts were being made to "asalmilata" them loo fast. VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, WIN' LITTLE MELBOURNE, 'Del: voting on the'.quntion of prohibi- tion In the of-VIctoria re. suited In only two districts vot-' tng dry. 'One hundred and thirty- two districts voted In favor of the continuance of the existing limit- ed license system, whlfe'.slxty- voted in favor of a reduc- ffon in' the licenses.' SERBS RAVAGE ALBANIA MONTRBAU Oct. follow; ing cable has been received here from Albania from Col. 'Freil E. Dumb am of Winnipeg, who went out. tO'Serbla In charge of a Red Cross mission "The -Serbians arc destroying Al- bania and Mqntonegro with fire and sword.-'Thirty thousand refugees from Dlbra in Tir.in, the capital of Albania. All Uie district of Dibra and half the district of Ijithia are destroyed. In the 'district of Dlbra alone four thousand houses haTe been burned-by the Serbians." vj well (hat gentlemen Of bis kidney should be brought (o fVom i !rno citizen of Canada tnat this ocantry is not In the Inveigling others to do something its benefit, and it Is every ready which uses i oil fuel, will be able to leave arid wll E0me .of the, passengers booked With the referendum which took placo In British Columbia on Wednes- day, we should be reminded that Mon- day next is referendum day in Xl- )erta., 'Oct. the ground that the discontinuance _ '.'CQuhcU- of Agriculture tonight to nrge the-Dominion' government immediately to re- 'appoint the hoard for the mar- keting'of the balance ot the wheat crop.' lucted by the -AifiocliiUon 'for a engthy been -taken oyer. ay the Alberta DlTisioii of the Canad- ian Red Cross Society. Aiottt forty children are now in resldeoM at the. Home: FRENCH SEAMEN PROTEST HATOB, Oct. of the seamen's' federations of- Havre and Marseilles, have ordefert" n 24-hour Btrlke'iu all parts of France as a pro; test against-.the finding ot the naval coui-t .which: condemned several men had mutinied on the steamer recently to penalties of from days to "one year In prison, j J lieed, American'Socialist'and magazine'writer, died at Moscow" from typhus. of and a' graduiitc of Harvard. Heed was onevof the first American to become identified with the Lenlne regime, establishing h'lmself in Rassia as a correspondent who Monei three Records Fpr All Machines No matter .what -you -have, to long as you DBe needle, tbe Victor Records will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TOABIG CATALOGUE FREEV; It machine, bny a Mason 4'Riech trinrift? Easy payments -it desired: The Balfnorai Block .'of thor -Vlclroli' Do You Know? TO-DAY'S QUESTIONS Conversations Continue LON'DON, Oct. strjke sltua tif.n tonight was considered more hopeful by the t con- between the .government and the miners: leaders-are continuing unbroken. There no new de- veiopmeuts, At a joint 'conference-' tomorrow morning between min- ers from which jts'lioped. peace may spring, it Is expected the .suggestion will lie made that- -t :hc ra set- fbr ilwaymen 1. -What Is "Hobson's 2. was Hie original meaning postpone Iheir strike set- for- Sunday, should (here be ros.agreotnent be- tween the the milters by Saturday, unit! after' -Wednesday's .trade union conference. Tension Rclajces LOXDON, Oct.- ten slon over the miners' and the threatened walkout of er3 seemed slightly relaxed this morn- ing, leaders of the National..Union as to Ihfi situation amlj there appear- eel to bo Indications the former would Hie mAni i Queer stri 3. -How does the Prince of Wales of Kalhvaymc-n and the'miners' feder- obtain Ihe title, amongst others, -I. What are the isles meant! 5. What Is a nuncupative will! fl mi.iil after the1 traded 6. .What is tiie mAning and origin "man congress meeting next ncFilaj-. Tho virtual uUlmiilum pros enlcil tlie government on Thursday by t'ifl rr.lin-aymou called Upon It to bogln negotiallims with tho miners to- Informnl conferences between gov crnintml miners' renresen tatives arc rolng on tlioso'eugag cd In [licm ark' reticent- Hi to sub of ttic jcds (liscutscjl. There.have, been no Of "To live in (Juecr Street1'? FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What and where Is the Al- 2. What Is the weight of an ele- phant's tus'x? 3. What Is Ivory Wack? 4. Who was the painter famous picture, "The Light of the' since crfrtrls to Hnd a [ChriBt p.rertching in tho i road to recce bcBiin. -but life pub Temple.) 5. What'Is tho Bscurialr 6. and where are the Florida Keys? ANSWERS lie lias nat siven tip hope tiiat some v.-riy nf views of' the parties may be the result of the con versaf.iooR between them. This feel Jim: of tjptinii.'-.ni Is as re for the decision of th Specific Which Has Made Lep- -'rosy. Curable to Be .Tried on Plague (CorreBpondence ot lie Associated Refined cbttil- moogra oil, the splcltia which appar- ently has brought leprosT Into the list of curable diseases, it to be turned against tuberculosis as. well, accord- ng to Dr. J. T. McDonald, superin- tending physician of the leprosy In- vestigation station at Kaiihl In Hono- uln. With A. L. Dean, ciemlst and preeldent of the University of Wawaii, Dr. McDonald has been probing the prpboble effects ot relined- chaul- mnogra oil on tubercular bacilli, with strong Indications that it will repeat the victory It has scored In the treat- ment of lep'rosy. Tho bacilli of leprosy and tubercn- losis, according to the gclenlistd, have been found to have similar .character- isltlcs. It has been proved that the KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH fatly acids has bcei of cnan ANGLICAN Augustln's 8th Avs. 11th 81 Rev. aore M. Barrow, Rector. Rectory, 212 8. Telephone -ST. CHURCH Holy Communion 8 a.m. Matins 11.00 a'm. Special W. Peterson, Esq. Holy Baptism 12.10 noon. Sunday School S p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Special Speaker, C. W. Peterson, Kosewarn, Simp son and WUlcox Wednesday Intercessions and study class, 8 p. Thursday i.m., In ay-St. Chapel. Simon and SL Judo, utmoogra oil are 1. A famous group of buildings, in) hn'urc of comnmnb to defo'r until Mon Spain, being the citadel of confiideiatlon oC a measure glvln. H contains tlio cclobrafpd Moorish j liic government wide powers.to' meet palace of the kings of Granada, wilti -my grave situation that might 'de- Its two famous courts, tho Court the Fishpond imil the Court of Government ancles Imvs perfected Lions, the latter a gem of Arabian j machinery rarryir.g on the art In Spain. 2, The medium weight Is 60 ponrvii I lion nf railways with volunteers, ralhvpymcn strike. Mein- but some have- been found weighing bfrs of tho Transport Workers' Union, 170 poundB. drivers, of ;tr.nme-and The shavings anil sawdust of' IHKCJ, arc" fr.irt to bo ajalnst striking ivory converted by burning into Maul: j at present, powder used In painting. I. William llolmp.r. 11 nil. born in; Ethel Wlgmort. of'St. John, London, 1827, dleil N, I S. A'remarkable building In Kjiain. mil: miles built r-nii form ot n gridiron, IMY. It comprises mausoleum. nf Hon. Mr. Wlgmofe, i.'v ot cusEofn's nnl' infatid rev- Tins dovotcd herself diir- vc-ara to poisonous to the loprosy1 bacillus and It is believed these adds will be sim- ilarly deadly to the germ of tho "white plague." "W.alker and Sweeniy in the Harper foundation for medical research at tho University of California have dis- covered that trie tally acids of chaul- moogra nil arc bactericidal to an add- Dr. McDonald Raid, liofh leprosy and tuberculosis bacilli belong to the class." Tho inference, said the doctor, IB that what- has ben rlone 16 end the dread of leprosy may bo repeated to relieve the world o! tuberculosis, TOO CLOSE Y6 CUftB H you draw fi isrf agllnsl the curb you might find difficulty to turn the front wheel In starting. In such a case the beat way to get out Is to place the jack under the middle of the front anxlf. Jack np car a few Inches and push It off away from the curb. This will not harm the auto find will tend the' wheel far enough from the curt to permit starting. App. and Mm. Holy Communion 10 a.m. in Chapel. 8 p.m. Illustrated lee ture, "The Cathedrals of Sy H. Wm. Meech, Esq., In Parish.Hall Cor. 4th Ave. and 11th St, 8, Rtv. Chas. E. Cragg, B.D., Pastor Mr. Claudo Hughes, L.A.8., 'Choir Master 11 a.m., Jlomins Worship, con'duct- ed by pastor. 12.10 a.m. nnd Bible glasses. 7.30 p.m., evening- worship. A spec- ial boys' meeting addressed by It. Taylor Station, of .Toronto. Every teen age boy nnrl father urged to attend.' Corner 4th A. H. Minister, i Ernest F.Cayton, Choirmaster.' Sabbath School. 11 a.m.: Kindergarten: and Class. li a.m.; Mornhig 12.1B: Big SiBters.- 2 p.m.; Big 4 p.m.: Cliinoso Class.. 7.30 o'clock: SALVATION 'ARMY We believe all men may lie saved. Sunday- 11 a.r.i. Holiness "meriting. i 2 Young People's Company class, S meeting. for Souls. Vlght 8 P.M. x THE UNITED CHUBCH OF NORTH T. 6, Jones, 1271 Kh Avtv N. Phons 16S- Chetr LsJdsr, Mrs. F. Jackson. 30 a.m.: Boys' Deft, of tho Sunday School In the Hall. s 11 a.m., H. Taylor Slatten, tbe nation- al boys' secretary. t o'clock: Beginners and Primary de- partments ot the Sunday School In the I Olrls' Depl. of the Sunday- School In the Church.. 3.15; Young People's Bible Class In the hall. Song SerrlM. 7.30 P.m., Hev. CapL Denoon. 7.30 p'.m. Week Monday nlEhfv-Y.x I', workers tn charge. Tuesday Hand practice. Wednesday Soldier mectinS. SiiWnllnn meeting. Band In attemiance. Friday. cadet class. Saturday Salvation meetiiiK. Adjutant Hardy anil Ijlfiut. Edo, of- ficers.1 Ilarnrml, .bandinasler, "ASSOCIATED nibLE STUDENTS Dominion Cffi Street -8. b-unclays, P.M.: Blblo Study.' Sundays, p'.m.: UiMo Study. Wcdncstlitys, p.ni.: lliblo SWily, fallowed by pralsi-, prayer and tor> timony ntoltng. All No CoHsotlon, All. publlc.il.loiis. of Society may A grpnp of islftntls off tlio Eoulli- 4' to do things In bi'JIding It-. ern fltifemity ol Florida, Walter S. Woods, assistant supef- [r.tcr.dcr.t of th; brsnch c? ths Clilcar.o, has accepted an Soifllcrs' SctUement Board, been 1-1 the Peking appointed'superintendent ot UM Sas- if U'i toun'daUoB. .lutloon branch, PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY Dominion Block Pastor John Sunday morninsf 11 a.m., devotional service. Snnday evftnlng 7.30 gelistic service. Sunday afterucon 3 School, Tuesday prayer (tftrvice, Friday S p.m., young people. Evangelist Waller McAllster will at Sunday services. FIRST 'CHO.ROH Corner al 3rd AvepUS'andrSth'.Btrsst Rev. F. Mr. WHAT Wj.', .STANb TOK Evangelical Ministry, Membership, Sellgluos. Lipercy, Christliin Equdllty nnd Biblical An- thorily.- Services at n Day Ser- vice. Mr. I'elley, secretary of tha T. M.C.A., will asSlst the PasUir. at: morning Bcrvke; and biir'ialm is to have 6vety boy and girl, and their parents, at thp on Sunday. Parents, make ,'one 'great offort to rally yourself', and lie at the serylcc, .for tho ..Master's .Sake, and Iho children. session of Sunday School at 12.15. You will' enjoy It, and enconr- now bo obtained 'Finished Ipcally, Including CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7fli Street Sunday Service at n n.m. "Probation nttcr death." Sunday Testimony Moctlng, Weil, at S ii.ni.' Heading llooni'oiion dally" preacher ou this occasion. May wo urge thalrevery'seat be fillcj, Come iCarly. Come In prayer.. Sunday n.iiT. Christian Endeavor, contlucled by Mr, KnoudO, HALL 20S 13th'Street North Siirida'y Mectfnus Wowhlp. and Brudkijig of Bread, 11 a.m.. ,-.vl'j Silmlay Scliftdr, 2 p.m. ,1. .1. i'.ouso will conduct the (lospel' mcetlui! al 7i30j Comd ftmj hftar tlod'a of 'salvation- pro- claimed by tliln noted A All, ;