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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OR FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD She Eetbbribge OAILY ANO WEEKLY Proprlttort and Publlrhers frHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 6th Strett So'jth, W. A. BUCHANAN' JreiUent and Manages Directs; JoLu Torrauce Business Manager he is sincere in his convictions aud iu what ho advocates there can be no doubt. Men are ivaitlns for whnl tho country needs today more than it aver did at any time in 1U history, a leader who inspires H remains for Mr. Kins to measure up to what- ever anticipations are held for htin. In this respect his western visit has more thsu a personal bearing SEPTEMBER 15, 1020 Ksmoer Audit B-jreau ot Circulitioaa. Subscription Rates: delivered, pet .So by mail, per year........ S.OO Dally, by mall, for months 4.23 by mall, t months 8.50 .Weekly, by per year.....l.Si) by mall, per year to U.S. 3.410 -----------------------------------I AN OPPORTUNITY WHICH SHOULD NOT BE MISSED The, holding cf the Coaldale District conjuncllon with the notary Carnival, in Lcthbridge, on September S2nd and 23rd, will'be oaa of the fclggest agricultural events staged in the south. This aspect d( the fair ihculd not be missed by the farmers ol the south country, in that it is dlBlirictiy a district fair Intended '.a be a boost for the south country in general and to promote a friendly rivalry la tho display and competition of agricultural wares. The district eslilultluu competition prize ot Is a generous one, and should be attractive enough lo cause considerable attention and to stir up .the Keenest Interest in district ex- hibits to prove wnat the particular dis- trict is capable 01. Up to the present this opportunity has not been seized in the measure it should be by the districts, the only district so far enter- ed being Raymond, which, indirectly, is a credit to the enterprise of this particular district and a praiseworthy confidence in its being able lo hold its own in competition with enr other. This example- should be catching anil should lead to emulation nil the part of other dis'.ricts EC far not entered! for the competition. j Farmers in tie south country should Sear in mind that the fair to be held In Lethbridge will bring a great deal more people, in its attraction, than the Individual country fair. In the wider competition, the winner ot the exhibi- tion will gain the greater fame. The individual fair has its merits without doubt, nut a fair of the dimensions of the coriing one, it miist be admit- ted, will mean one of importance, in the larger scope (of competition it 'affords. The prizes Ib be won will have to be striven for in the wider field of competition, and the value of it must, accordingly, be increased in Its being made harder lo win. This should put the various districts on their mettle to prove their particular capacity in bringing to the front an exhibit worthy of the dlslrict. The opportunity should be one well worlh considering ty the various districls. PREMIER MEIGHEN ANO HIS OPPONENTS Iu Ihe political campaign In which he has been engsscd Premier iias been obsessed with one idea, vtiiiih he has not teen backward in in viewing all. those ivho ure opposed to his particular policies :md to his particular lino of thought m tho that no good cau come from Nazareth, lie ON as destructive in las opinions, they hold and In the policies locate, more especially in the matter of the tariff, and exaggerated Tlew which his particular obsessicn IfcnUs to he has even gone so far ar, to place his opponents in Ihe Ivens and Ildssell class. To him all those who do riot see eye to eye with him sre political wreckers. To be do'gtoatic 1: to be un'iasgn- sble, and In this respect' the Premier goes a Jong to dlscoul the. many good qualities he.undoubtedly possess. es. He cannot.expect any reasonable man to believe in what he says in his biassed wholesale condemnation. -It is too jaundiced. The leaders ol the agrarian move- ment have been specially selected for the warmth of Mr. Melgnen't indict- nienl, and thai he should have brought lorih a heated reply from Mr. Wood, the President of the U.F.A. In the Province, under ihe not to be wondefej al.. If there Is any class of man who Is far from a wreck- er. In the slako he has In Ihe coun- Iry. 11 IS the' farmer. To 'style him a wrecker, In. that his views ori Ihe larift are not'that of Mr. Meighen, is wide of the" iriark. Mr. Meigfien is withoul doubt sin- cere in the views he holds, hut to con- vince and not m'erely to condemn should be his proper mission. Argu- ment doss not wholly mean the creat- ing ot prejudice. This is only the attempt of throwing a red herring across-tho trail. The "wreckers" oi Canada are not any more to be 'found ia tie party to which Mr. .Meighen is aligned than in any other political party to which he is opposed. Mr. Jleighen should bo broad-minded mough to be convinced of this. When he sees, red in ail those1 opposed lo him he allows his imagination to run iwny with him. Premier should change his political spectacles. They need focussing. Do Yoii Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is the Irjteiul of the yell of St. Keyho's? 2. Who was the -first Khedive of Ksypf. how does the title 3. Who are the Hutchinsonbns? Who was Vnc-wn ;is the Great Ctara of l.lteralurc? 5. What Is tho origin ot "to draw tho loni; meatiing to e.xayge-r- 1 t Whctt was the symbol of Hygela, th4" goJJess of health? I TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1 was known as the "Driver Of What is the oldest drinking song ti the language? 3. What tie Durnlug Crown? 4. What is the meaning and origin of "to burfce a 5. WSy Is the Bull so called? I 6. What Is broadcloth? ANSWERS So the Kmprt-'ss oi Itussia used to call Due de Cauiseul. Minister cf XV, because he had spies all over Knrope, tmd thus ruled the poli- THE VISIT OF MACKENZIE KING The visit or Hou. W. MacKenzle, King to tha city, on October 19tli. should be a vrelcome one, in the op- portunity it- will afford to hear the of the Loader of the Opposition in regard to the progressive policies of a Party -whose name is silled with progressive principles. In man? things, particularly in the matter of tha tariff, with his advocacy ot a downward revision, In the way ol re- iluciiiK. aud so relieving the burden ;4f present oppressive prices, Mr. King is attune with western views. In this particular to see ami to henr will mean .much, and personal acquaint- ance has its Value. lAke his opponent, Jton. Arthur Meighcu, the present Mr. King is a comparatively young man, BO_far as politics go, in The leadership ojri political party. Both he and Mr. Meighen lave silll (o win their.'spurt and" to gain .t'ne confid- ent of .the majority of Ihe people of Canada.' The task, particularly at the piesent time, not an easy one, in that thers IB not the glamor of the old political parties as at one time constituted. Men' are now taken ot their true worlh and measured by the policies they support in the relation they etand, not to the tietielit of any particular parly but lo tho benefit of the country an a whole. Mr. King tins )o be Judged In this respect, he, there- fore, should have a sympalhollc hear- ing and a welcome In keeping wilh the misslott In which ha is at the pres- ent time employed. King has a great task be- fore him In bringing together the Llk era! party .by fretting union within ifa ranks and by the adopting of such progressive policies that go w'Ifh tho nami Of this'historic party. Me is lain of 'considerable, .ability 'an., though comparatively young, has' an experience in politics which is not Aljraya In tnei hi; Jlj.l THE PREJUDICES OF THE PARLOR BOLSHEVIST The Toronto Globe thinks that par- lor Bolshevists might ponder over the announcement that Dr. A. A. Sach- mator, Professor of Russian languages at the University of Petrograil, had died of slarvation. It shows the fals- ify of the-recent dispalch from Mos- cow which boasled: "Never has science flourished in Russia as today; never havu scientists been better off; never since tile clays of the Medicis has the world seen a Government more anxious' for the welfare of science and art." Tuc tllobe must remember that th? parlor Bolshevist does not accept :iny- Ihhig as true coming out of Russia less it Is favorable to Dolshevlini. Wo all know lhat not so long ago Mr. Bertram! liussell, after a trip to llus- sla, made a report that was not com- plimentary to Ihe Soviet Govern- ment. Immediately his statements were atticked by parlor Bolshevists who accused him of talking la the wrong people when he was in Ilussia. It is evident that with the Bolshevist, Ihe only report he will believe Is a ro- port that Is obtained from Bolshevists in Russia, and ;If an investigator be- gins lo ask other people what they think about condtlotis, when he puts the information he obtains before lot public, ho ia Immediately charged with being prejudiced against Bolshevism. r who ;haa always sfdorea' .Bviripalhelic. wjlh the laboi movement, Is now charged with being originally a member of Ihe ruling class and, consetiuenlly, at the bottom oi his heart he is prejudiced against Communist movements. as ono paper says, Is himself, a sort of an arfulocrat. If not (he brolher of on Earl, ho Is at any rale a good (leal clriser to a Russell than lo a rough neck. The Kaltwayn Commission deserve to be rated for the case and hurry with which they gavo way to the de- mands ol thfyrallwuy companies in tno raising of rales. Bo not fall to have ft registered in your mind tbat you have lo register if you want a vnle Iu the coming pro- hibition referendum 4 Hie species speedily'dying out is Ihe nassciiRcr pigeon. With the increase, of railway passtr.Rer rates, the human passenger Is very likely MV oiiiiit; CIWB3. It is in the second part of EiPr Gurton's by John called "The Jolly Bishop." It begins, "1 cannot eat but little meal, My sloni- aih is not good." 3. A crown of red-hot Iron set on the head ot rejlcides. 4. To strangle it ill its birth. Orig- inated from Burke, an irishman, who used to sufjocate his victims and mur- der them for tho sole purposa of sell- ing the dead bodies lo surgtons for dissection. HaUsed in Edinburgh, 1S2S. 5. From the bulla or capsule of tie seal appended to the document. Subsequently the seal was called the bulla, and Ihen the document itself. 6. The best cloth for men's clothes, so called from its great breadth. It required two weavers, side by side, to fling tho shuttle across It. Orisin- illy two yards' wide, hut the word is low used to signify the best qualtiy if (biack) cloth. Vulcan Fair On Sept 22nd School Fair To Be Held On Same of Properly VULCAN, preparations are being made in con- nection with the aniinal fair to lie held here on Seiiteciber 22nd, and If is eipccled that it will be'the besl that has yet been seen in Vulcan. A prize list of has been subscribed by the citizens of the town and clis- trici. The Vulcan hand will be in attendance, and a dance will be held in the I.O.fXR hall in Ihc evening. The school fair will he held on the same day, and the children are eagerly look- ing forward to a big day. A long list of competitions, races, etc., with good Jrizes has been'arranged, anil the co- operation of all the. teachers Is assur- ed to make it a big success, i Sells Property Mr. Richard Conliii, a Vulcan old- timer, returned last week, and is now busy disposing of the remainder of his town property. Ha. has sold his livery stable to Angus .Sinclair, his black- smith shop to Mr, Doyle, and his house to Howard Journey. Mr. Conlin wont east in the spring to his old home in Ontario, where lie purchased a farm and where he will spend his time in future. Mr. Fred U. Glass is in VulSan look- ing after the harvesting of his crop on the several parcels of land. He Is very favorably .impressed with the crop, and expects his eldest son from Uilesburgh, Illinois this week who will very, probably become a perma- nent resident !r, Alberta.1 has invested in several pieces of land in the-Vulcan district, and has great confidence In the future of Alberta Mr. J. It. Rogers of Wellsvlile, smirl, together with Mi's. Ilotfefs and young son, are visiting old' friends here. Mr. liogers Is superintending the harvesting of his crop on a sec- lion of land he owns near Vulcan. Miss Cassie Davis spent tho week- end and holiday in Calgary, the guest of Mrs. B. M. Holllslor. Mrs. Charles Fitzpatrlck, Jr., return- ed to her home in Vulcan from Cal- gary last week, whore ,clie had b'een spending tome time with her'annt Mr. Krrolt King is building a very nice house on Appollo slreel, which will cosl in the neighborhood of .J7.500. Mr. Lambert of Vulcan street .is the contractor. -Mr. J'otor.rjearu-fly is .also .building a fino residence on Vulcan. Mr. Wai- lias Miargo of the work. Extensive alterations and Improve- ments arc' hplng made to Ihe power louse ami a 21 tervicp'ls'prom- Iset! before long. All the. grain elevators have now New, and arc being supplied with electric, liglu. Messrs. Nosers and McMullen have leased llio MacAlpInc garage and mn-i cli ne shop far a term of years, am! I will carry on :n; ujModale of! repairing automobiles aud (radon t VM connected I with the General Service .garage here. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. KrnbMe are ro joidng over Ihc birth of n baby girl. COMPLAIN ABOUT REriT PROFITEERING WINNIPEG, Scpl. H.-wmnfpeg Ieuanl5 continued to come back stroTjg lodny In placing official pro- tests with the joint council of Indus- try on alleged of rent profllcer- InB. Up to noon today the total num- ber of cnrnptiiinls received was 14. One of the complaints Is signed by 18 ten.'irils In the same, apartment Wick and avera increases going Into effect vnry from 35 In 50 cent. Active investigation Into ouch lii- 'j'hursday. FerniekTo Have Library Citizens Much Interested in I'ro- posal-P'ut Forward.By Govt. Official (Herald Special Correspondence.) KHRNIE, Serf. during the past week, htis been favored with more tlion tic usual number of offi- cial and soml-offk ial visits from Van- couver and Victoria people. Following the visit of Mrs. McLach- Ian ot the agricultural dofwrtment on a health mission, arid trie week end call of Mr. torn IMburisoa, M. P., who Is traveling the province in the inter- est of prohibition, the has been favored by a visit from Mr. llerbery Killaru. who is srrrouiry oi the Prov- incial Library Commission. Mr. Kill- arri's Tlsit, while not so heralded as others, was.-jii pohit of actual results obtained, thy most imnortunt of any. At its I9fs sessirai. the Hritis'h Columbia legislature passed the Library 'Association net. under the provisions of which a library com- mission was formci! with discretion- ary powers as to tho distribution of some twenty thousand hooka which belong to the provincial libraries, to towns which have not sufficient popu- lation to purchase books and libraries of their oirn, It was to .further these good objects that Mr. Kiilaui.camo to Kernls .and visited the local Women's Council, the. the city officials as well as many private individuals. This provincial commission has power to loan books to imy town which may manifest a ilaslre for aid in establish- ing ,a'library-upon certain conditions which are m'dst'liberal in their scope. Mr. KiUam explained to thos'o manifesting an interest in the project that air the provincial commission would require of the Femie associa- tion, if one should be formed, was that they pay all freight charges upon books sent from Victoria, the library commission furnishing five hundred books for six months at the end of Which time these books could be re- number ot books seht'td replies them, thus keeping up a supply of five hundred volumes of valuable reading matter at a cost that is insignificant. In'order to be in a position to do this it Vould b'e necessary for at least ten citizens of the town to fill out and sign a: written icnuest to tha commission asking for tho loan "and that a local assnr-iHlinii ho fnnnfvl tf> take care of the' proper handling of the books and the defraying of the freight and other charges that would incurred 'in the running of (ha Incalnbrary. The requisite written renuest was at once made out and at a hastily call- ed meeting'of the Economic club a committee cf ttrce. Mr. Fred Parker, Mr. A. Curnmiiijs and D. V. ilott, was appointed the matter of se- ciiriug adequate robin for the library. At the regular meeting of the city council last nisht the councilors and Mayor Henderson signified their will- ingness to grant to. the association" a suitable room in the city fire hall free of rent. The catUmittee on room was Joined by 5Irs. A. I. Fisher and Miss Hogan, of the Women's Council and after making a tisit to the proposed rooms the proposition was accepted wilh thanks and the housing of- the boohs has been provided for in a most satisfactory manner. A canvass at once be made tor membership in the association aiid it is thought thai at least two hnndred subscribers can "be secured. Mr. KiHam explained that the Ho- rary commission', by its.abllily to pur- chase books in. qauntiljes had qulto an cxlensive list, and that the selec- tion of Hits books could be left largely to the choice of the associations, so long as they keep within the catalog of books belonging to the commission, or left in their charge by the province. This provision will enable the local library to make selections of hooks which would be out of the reach of a local library with small means at its command for that purpose. In his address Mr. Klllam took occasion to hand (he province of Al- berta a handsome when be told his hearers that 'the Alberta govermncnl led the world in tho (nat- ter of public school libraries; that province, he slated, is expending fifly llmusaml dollars yearly for tho main- tenance or eood; libraries in its schools. Tho bill under which Mr. Klllam has boon enabled, to extend the aid of Ihc province in the manner re- lated, is niEo ;i very advanced piece of legislation which will be of great vale to all parts of, the .province. In pdrtitinn to tha loaning' of books to locnl library associations, tho province has a traveling library "of vol- umes which are kept in constant use in localities where even n local lib- rary association is impracticable, ow- to sparc'lly-of scttlCmClil. PICKED UP IN PASSING P O R TUB BUSY M A N U. S. Senator llflrdwick wss renoni- iuated by Georgia Democrats. Postmaster Bmerlch, of UridfMliurg, haa resigned. Rev. Father Uaraase Dandiirand of St. Boniface, celebrated tho 7Ulh an- niversary of his ordination as a priest. Two surveyors, T. ISonnins and J. C. McDougall were drowned In Great Slave Lake. It is esiimatoil that with hisber freight rales the C. P. H. surplus iu 1931 will lie fifteen million dollars. William Smith, aged 65 years, lost him arni while feeding an ensilage cut- ler at the University Experimental farm, hTtlmonton. Prepare for the 'School Fair To Be Held at Barons Frank S. May, cbicf engineer, and William Hurkiit. a laborer, lost their lives by gas poisoning in a well .at Ihe hospital for lUc Insane at Brandon. Tho trades union congress at Ply- mouth, Kng.. refused to take any ac- tion in (It-'uiandius the release of Lord Mayor MacSwiuey. i The United Farmers of Ontario do not 'yot see their >vay clear to com- inciice (he jiuulicatlon ot a daily noirs- paper. John M. Imric, general manager of the Comidhui i'allv Xcwsiiaper asso- ciation, has purcluswl the Ilarailtou Times. While thifiing paddles in a canoe, Charles R Fyke, aged 21. married and formerly of Chesleriille, Out., over- turned tlie craft aud Wi'.s drowned at Moose Jaw. Charles Jaikson. the engineer who was scfionsiy burned at the Harris ranch at 1'ridJis. Suniljy after.ibon. wlicr. his caught lire, died in u Calgary Windsor. Ontario, has a new morn- ing puper, the Sun, published liy Ilerinaii. of Saskxtucn, also pub- t.'ishes the Star, au evening paper. Defjiile the quarantine regulations Premier Uoyi! George brought back from Swilzerlaml n St. Hernard )mppy uncliallonged. but tha authorities lii .renioved the dog to undergo tbo regulations ut guarautine. Iu. Scotland, the Presbyterian church In Ontario will have the unique eiperlenca of B nobleman In actfve uuluit practice.'for Mr. Fulton has de- termined to la the ministry even though ha should be successful iu the proceedings he has undertaken. Miss J. I'hilip. who for more than <0 ['years has taught on the staff of tho Fergus public school as primary teach- j or, was remembered by former pupils with a birthday gift ot more than The Toronto Star says that Sir liam Mackenzie has fixed a lump sum which be is willing to take for. the Mackenzie Light. Power end tladla! interests at Niagara Falls and In ttis vicinity ot Toronto, Including tha Toronto Hallway company, and has given the Ontario Hydro Commission a virtual ultimatum to accept reject It Immediately. Senator Lenroot. Republican., was reaominated in, Wisconsin despite Nonpartisau ur.d La Follete opposition. Thaialatice of the ticket was largely Nonpartlsau as follows: for governor, John J. niaine, La Follete candidate; for lieut.-governor, Georce Comings, indorsed by tho Nonpartisau league; for secretary of state, Elmer S. Hall, indorsed by the Nnopartisan league; for William J. Mor- gan; for stata treasurer, Henry John- son, incumbent. IFrora Our Own Correspondent) XOBLEFORD, Sept. op. encci Sept. 1st, with a good attend- ance. S. L. Cody, principal, and Ramsay tho uew primary teacher are eipectlug a flno The pupils are busy preparing for tho school fair to bo held in Barons, Sept. 30. The gar- dens, while not at the zenith, aroi clean and ready for inspection and I the boys and girls deserve credit !a many cases for consistent work and care. We hope they are rewarded. Let us take a worthy place in arl, oralory, composition, writing, domes- tic science, sowing and naturo-sludy. The Nobleford Women's Institute are planning a splendid program for afternoon of the 23riJ when the Bar- ons and Monarch Women's Institutes are invited to bo with them. An in- teresting debate is bejng prepared on "The Literacy Test for which, ought lo appeal to every wom- en, who has instiluto work at "heart -Mrs. has returned to.her, home near Nobleford. Mrs. Mifncaster, her danghters1 ...iss Mary snii Mrs. Cradduck, are spending a month on tha Muncaster ranch near Calgary. Mr. Jane of Vancouver, was in town a few days the guest of Mr. Conway. Mr. Wakley spent the week-end'at Nanton. Mrs. Gregory Is visiting Mrs. Ruby, her daughter Cecil Grahame. of Suanlch, a desert- er from tlie forces overseas, has been courtniartialfiil :il Work. Point bar-) racks, Victoria, U.C.. and .sentenced; to two years imprisonment with hard labor. Seven persons were killed and one: seriously Injured when an automobile in which they were riding crashed through a railing during a thunder storm and fell 20 feet to the New, York Central railroad track itt Douus Ferry.: Important development of the great! pulpwood resources of Newfoundland is about to be undertaken under I grants'td two pulp ana paper manu- facturing companies made at Ihe last session of the colonial legislature. One of these companies Is Hrilish, Ihe oilier Norwegian. John A. Tory, Supervisor ot West- ern Ontario for tha Sun Life Assur- ance company will likely be a cBndidsle -for msjnber of the legislative assembly of Ontario In the by-election to be held shortly iu North- east Toronto. Mr. Tory will run us an Independent supporter of the Drury government. If Rev. J. F. Fulton, of the Presby- terian church at Daihousie .Mills, near Cornwall, in the Presbytery of Glen- garry, succeeds in establishing Ills claim to the Earldom ot Elington and You'll Be Surprised At the pleasure a Victrola in tho home will give you, Music for taste. Vletrolas at upwards. Sold terms. f asy We cao sell you evory Record mado for Ihe Victor. Ask for Big Free Catalog, list- ing and describing every Victor Record. Risen, mm Balmoral BEock' "The Home of the Viclrola" Just arrived in lime, nurse, delay have IOSL U5 our palbnl. No iloclor can aflWd lo lake chances with his motor. Imperial Polar- tne af..l rrcimcr Gasoline makes j every motor run We can always f- Imperial produclsV RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS MA KB TRIP TO WEST OTTAWA. Sept. (Canadian Hoanl of Railway Com- mlss ion era will hold the first silting of its western (mir In llio city hall al Winnipeg nn the morning ot Wed- nesday, Septi mbc.t The following nmrnliKj a git at Saskatoon. The remainder nf the Itinerary Is as fol- lows: Edmonton. October 1; Prlnco !i. October 4; Prlnco nuti- II: c., Oitober Victoria. B. October 11; Vancmiver, .October 12; Vcmro. Orinbnr 11; Nelsmi, Ocloiter IS! <''lgaiy. October 20; Medicine Hal. to; Iieglna, Octoht-r 23; VVinnlppK. O. tober 25; Xoft William, 27. The npnlirnlion of .the express Jianlcn for rates Is lo ho taken different Rs well (is other questions which aro Bet down for heariiiK. Ingcraoll is to have ft liew separate riiuui ititt win he erected by volun- You Can Depend On It of Imperial Pdlarine is 100% lubrication. It spreads J-Jn protecting cushion of all wearing parts, making each part function smoothly and reducing wear to a minimum. It has exactly the right a .maintains comprcwion, conserves power and saves fuel, 'it tlocsW break down or run thin undcrextremc heat. Imperial Polarinc burns cleanseduces carbon flejxwits to a minimum and assures long life, smooth runniiig and reliability to your motor at all times, under all conditions. There is an Imperial Polarina grade for every motor need from crank shaft to differential the Imperial I'olarinc C hart of Kecomniendations for the correct grade to use in jour is on display wherever Imperial is, sold Sold in one and four gallon sealed cans steel legs, half-barrels and "9 IMPERIAL POLARLNE IMPERIAL POURINB HEAVY IMPERIAL POURINE A {Exlr. l A GRADE TO YOUR MOTOR ;