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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHKKiUGK DAILY HERALD Xetbbribge.' alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 426 6th Stress Sojth. A. ml ar.cl .Munas'rg Direc'.o.1 John Terrain's Business Manager I application of thorough business prin- ciples in the way ot economy and ef- j I'U'ieni business management to place j the- railway lines on ;i j footing where they will at least nay their way. It cannot be altogether j i accepted as Ihe one and only policy j wiihoui strong and cogent reasons! shown for its application. At I any rate it must not be the only policy that !he new schedule ot I I is noi a fixture, but that It Is I j flrsiMe and eitn be readjusted st j io altered condllions, Is open to tha comment that it Is in line ith the familiar proverb, "He who ;cust's. accuses." Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. is a vilamine? What two are ill? coined the word? identifying the horse ar.d wagon whoso remains were found in front of ihe sub-treasurv. Identifying Wagon Vuder tho direction of Police Com- missioner Kurlght, who wss expected In mako a statement later in tho day, Capt. Arthur Carey, chief of the homi- cide bureau, summoned hundreds of harness makers, blacksmiths, wagon manufacturers and livery stable prop- rietors in an tfaitl to determine what [lype ot wagon it wns, and who owned it. 0. What are the luileries? S. Who is the most noltd toe-dancer in Karori" anO in Ibe. I'liilCL1, Stales? harness This Usk appeared difficult because the lirst few oiuerts declared that fragments of the wapou ami bits of m, broujbl ,o hcail. Bamber Audit Bureau ol Cir Subscription Rater Dttly, delivered, per Daily, by mail, per year Dally, by mail, for 6 month! Dally, by mail. 3 mentis Weekly, by mail, per ytar .w by tcail, per yiar to U.S. l'.'-D! binds." J S.C'O 4.2 TO FURTHER LINK THE CHAIN In the interests of both am! (he interests of L'nipiro, the cn- iJeavor to link up trade between Great Hritalu and Couatla is o'ne moro to THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1- period is in rjj SlMdlu Ages? is the r'aruese I What is the- Apollo Belvedere? I 4. What is the- Number of tb'j iJeast! in ft-iiat year were the Houses of Parliament by fire, and when was the rebuilding started': C. tbe loui'ttatbn stone of Ihe KM- building, and who tin; tvr- ucr stone of the niain tovvvr? PICKED UP IN. PASSING P O R T H B BUST MAN Heavy rains hate hurt the toot crop lu New Brunswick. Mrs. W. A. Mlcile. one ot Calgary's earliest settlers, died at Cochraue. Senator Edward Smith WAS renom- luated by Soutb Carolina Republicans. Coal has been advanced 5Qc a toa j quarters iudicated that the vehicle j was of an ordinary te used for a hLtuJroil and one i Iioses. The experts were seeking tojiu 1 reconstruct it as carefully as auth-l assemble ihw eones of a pre- historic' animal. Offer Reward The board of estiimui's. luwtlnu Ihisj A new Y. C. A. bulldins will {1M.OOO tc-; creeled in Edmonton next spring. I THE APPEAL AGAINST RAILWAY RATES -From at first making i! nu indefinite period, the Oovcrument has named deHnita date on which the appeal strengthen "the chain i __ On this mission an organic-! Frml lhci downfall of the West lion, known as tho Imperial Trade I chafes 'vm" Organization, which has IH94-S6I. a strong backing of shipping and banking concerns. Is at present en- jgaged. To know is to csti L. Knoi. town treasurer of God-! erlch. has resigned. and this Ureek sculptor in tlio time- of Alc.v amler the Great, u represents tha hero leaning his club, willi one uavc uu wuicu me appeal l% neru leaning CM nis club, wilti one against the raise lu tho'railwav rates' is precisely the object, as we estimate j hr.nd on his as it he had just raes is to be held, that is on VTedutsdav" I of 'ho- mission ol the Imperial September beforo the Cabinei j To obtain reliable Council. So Cartliisfswell. "llui Possession ot the of the the same time Ihe general disquietude that tho railway rates, as at present. havo come to stay will not bo alto- couimercial and Industrial con- ditions, and of the opportunities for settlement, to lie presented in reliable gether removed, in the [act that tho to Brillstl readers, cannot but be appeal is to bo heard before the Cab- o{ 'u giving that information Inct Council, in the opinion generally j.wnicl1 first hand knowledge alone CMI hold'tliat the Government was a parly! To come to Canada, as immi- to the raising of the rates in ihe fa-' vcri" oflen rto, without any par- vorabie light in uhicli it reganlc.l it, Color to the belief that tbc raising d favorably to the of tho tlcular Intimate and reliable edge ul condlllons, rrcqucntly ends in disappointment, in that these initni- vi juu jaiua iijijjeaieu lavorauiy io ttie nmt ujiuii-j Government is given by the views ex-isratU5 that the picture they I started" lha .same preseed by Hon. Dr. lleid. Minister of ln mind lias "ot mma up lo tlu-j C. The foundat in which became ileiuuct in 1731. 3. A marllt; sutue supposed to be froir. ihe chisel of tho Greek sculptor, Calamis. who flourished in tho fifth antc-Ohrisllan era. It represents the God holding a bow in his letVhsnd, and is called Delvedcre the. Bel- verdere Gallery of the Vatican, in Rome, where H stands. It was dis- covered amidst tho ruins of Antium. and was purchased by Pope Julius II. CCO. "H is the number of a in.au. auii his number is six hundred threescore and six (Rr.v. XIII.. ISi. In JSIii. The new building was Senator Wesley Jones wss re- i nominated by Washington state Ke-j publicans. Rov. C. U. Cobbledick elected president of the Ministerial association. has been Edmonton mornin __ formation leading to Ui? arrest and con- vicilon of implicated in the Mplosiou. An additional JOOO was ap- propriated for information leading to Hie establishment vi ownership of the horse and A proposal bv one member thai lie authoritcd rejecled. the corner of Wall. Broad and Nas- today was crowded as never before. The narrow street of tlie financial dis- trict were thronged vritU thousand's ot curiosity seekers, vho were kept on the move by uW Members of the Morgan firm held a conference sho'rlly before noon. It was umlerftood that Morgai, and company Dr. Geo. W, Clay, formerly of laaluug en Independent liivestlja- lacetowc, Is reported dead at his home Qt tha rmTilclnii M.rmiuK Niagara fruit growers are complain- ing that the shortage of backeta Is re- sponsible for wastage. Hichnrd Carratt, or Wellington, aged 99 years, committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree. a- lion ot the explosion through private agencies. So far as could be learned, however, the bankers are without any Eoiutioa of the mystery. U was inti- mated tbiit a statemeut might be given out by Ihe firm later in the day. DEA1HOFA pressed by Hon. Dr. lleid. Minister of Ilujlways, in Toronto, at the official luncheon given by the Toronto inhibi- tion Board. 'From this report the Min- ister in credited with holding a brief for (ho, railways, as may be gathered from the -words he used in resard to Iho decision of Ihe Ilaihvay Commis- sion. The report stales lhat the Min- ister "polnlcd out that the value of Canada's farm land has Increased 3? per cent, in tho last five years and that during tlie same period thu nadlan banks have doubled their busi- ness, while the banks and post office savings hare increased by 70 per cent. In view ot the generally increased business, the greater prosperity of all classes of people, and Ibe manner in which Ihe operation and maintenance of railway services have been boosted1 in Canada, together with the fact that the United States government has recognized this increased1 operation coat, Hon. D.-. Reid declared that those who are prospering ia other lines, and who accordingly make a greater de- mand upon tie railways for service, should be the ones to share Ihe finan- cial penalty brought about by altered conditions of living. He wns confi- dent that tho fair-iUiinleil man would want to give the railways a chance to E'mnc, particularly if he'would lake Ihe limo to picture what would hup pen to Canada should Ibe railways b< forced out of service. He noinled oui that the. new schedule ot rates is not a future, but tbat.it is flexible nnii can lie readjusted at any time lo meet alteroil condtions." ;inal. That Canada has niauy portuiiltios there is no doubt, but w mako the most ot Ihem and to profit by them It ID necessary that the new- comer shall be in a position to adapt himself ami to make use ot these on- portuultlos. In this reliable information will be of value. The advantage of settle- ment are many, provided those who come to our shores are of the right nse tv.-jsteil iron oflice structures In C. The foundation stone -was laid liy tho Duke of Connauglu( Sept. 1. 19171. the corner stone of the main lower was laid by the Prince of Wales! Sent kind In being in a position to make use ol these advantages. In the cxpaiisiou of trade the .Motherland and Dominion propa- ganda ot the right kind will mean much in bringing about this desirabil- ity. There is still much that the two countries have to learn from each other In the Wai- of possibilities and potentialities for reciprocal trade. the Morgan building and glaziers by the scores began the long task of re' windowing tho cnlire financial hub. The financial district vas crowded with sightseers this morning, survey- ing the scene of yesterday's myster- ious explosion. Police lines were es- tablished for a distance of Isvo blocks north, east, soutli and west, the mar- ket police'nliling in maintaining order. Stock Market Opens Tho stock market opened promptly (I'rora .oar own Correspondent.) STIRLING. Sept. com- menced Sept. 7lh with a staff of five teachers. Tnesilay evening Ihc Bee Hive sirls met at Ihe home of IHshop A. K. Kawr.s and had it very good meeting. Last Wednesday evening a crowd of tbe younjf folks went and surprised Andrew Larson Jr., U being his birth- day. Games nnd refreshments were tbe order of the evening, and every- one had a moel enjoyable time. Mr. and, Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Hlrschi motored to Leth- briclge Tuesday to do some shopping. Willis A. who is attending high school in came home Saturday lo spcr.il Ihc week end with his ami Mrs. A. B. Fawns. Mrs. Oscar ..was hostess Tuesday afternoon members of ed with canvas in place or tho glass windows which xvere splinlcred by yesterday's explosion. THE FIRE Under the above heading.' which means a very great deal, the Tire Commissioner of the Province has j active mcm- sought to instil into the rising gener- of 'he exchange .were present alien the principle of conservation tllc bell sounded as applied to the prevention of fires. Tie I srcat destruction caused by fires in the Dominion has been n mailer of _____........- _. serious .consi.leration, and tho dam- Ihe routine was age dono can be estimated the dut? phrase "We are great builderb, but j tiomtry measure, great burners." I Morgan Business Guarded To educate the young to a realiza- L..'V'e -1- i'. Morgan lion of tbe national loss caused i car. Died, L'niled States sub-treasury and assay oilico ivhich were directly! in "lino of fires, comes from carelessness and ncgii- eence, is very well advised. It wi The "appca! lo Cuesar" ic the cfi "le mcans of bringing up a though- clrcnmelances a Blrangc- one, -fj thatiful Ecneratlon, instilled with Iho Iilea Ihe.Minister of Railways himself, the monthpieca of the Government In this particular and n Cabinet Minister, will what it means lo help in the asior. be ono of tho members of the "Court! P'ovenlion of fires. How to minimize of. Appeal." His mind also, it is evl- losses by tlie proven I ion ot iires may dent from what he lias said, is already bo l" one ol Ihe hurn- ma.de up, and conversion to the public questions of the day. vievr as represented by those who arc' To the necessary interest In appealing must necessarily be no easy task. He may be said to-represent the of the Government. tn Its nature It IB a peculiar appeal court that ia to be set up. If the puu- _ lie is to expect justice It can only be reasonably Inferred that it will be on a par Tilth justice of the "Jeilbsirgh" type. In which it was customary to hang the prisoner anil try him after. .And IhoEO who ligujyul did Ihe trying. Howeier remote tho of the Government tlociilins agaiimt the de- ,cislon ot the Railway Commission, tho public will receive a corlaln nuiounl :of compensation In the tlireElnnir out of all tho facts and Ihe argnmenls In tho case. It will he coli! comfort. It a iarse percentage of which j guarded by regular police and a score of private detectives. All Ihe win- dows on the main floor of the building which were blown in by the force of tlie concussion were covered with can- vas. Most of Iho clerical force banking firm were on hand hut the interior of the building continued to show the extent of yesterday's dls- 'er. of Hire Morgan officers were early on hand hut bail nothing to ndd to their brief statements of y'eslerdav nor would they venture any theory to the cause or motive for Ihe" ex- plosion. of (he Importance ot conservation in the welfare of the Slate and able to the national economy prizes are of-j 'T1'c banks opeiibrl as unnal bnt their fered to all graded ungraded mt9Ecnsers anil who usually schools in Alberta, lo the amount ofi Urri Kc of valuable J100 for the bsst essay on the Methods of Kiro Prevention." or on "How to Prevent Fires." It remains pieca ot metal, iirosumab'ly. from guards us a escorted precautionary y husky asninst Ihc crowds In the 'lilslrlct. for leachcrs parents to euconr- age. Hie young lo take a pait in this! comnctilion, not merely for the money! value of llic prizes but for the effect] it will produce: In the stirring n( In-1 teresl: unit by inculcating in the j young the principles of true citizen- ship bring thcii minds to bear on mat- ters which mako for national welfare. Tho trouble In Calgary over Ihe price of gas has not yet been settled. When it Is, let iia hopu that it will not IB true, but thcro should be sufficient. brought to -light, if (he appeal is vis-1'nean lho Coale of ea9' orodaly conducled, to mafe the matlor on issuo In tho railway policy of liic Coveroment. Tito qucslion of raising the railway rates to relieve the deficit in the na- tional, railways has been mooted by tho Qbvornmenl, but nt the lime no (Irani, deputy assistant treasurer on I Mr roof of Ihe imb-lrcasury btiildln? lliis morning. Kcnyll'in and Chief- cmiferrfMi (it the t ily hall this' morn- luff with Mayor Hylan. They nresenl- etl reports on wli.-ii they believed fo be Iho causo nf tlie explosion. Tlie mayor indicated lie would make these public later. Another name ii.n ol dead this niorrnliii.'. Margaret Fishn to 'ho list It was Miss Sept. of Sir. .lames Ilrailley. Knneral serv- ices were belli Sunday afternoon, Sept. IHh, in the Ward meeting' house. Pre- 'jy Bishop over by Bisiiop A. E. Fawns. The choir pang "Oh. My prayer was offfretl by It. G. Hartjy. Tho choir jimp "Homo Time We'll Under- stand." Tim speakers were .Ichn T. Heningcr from Magrath, John W, Sykcn ami Fawns, who onlogia- cd Uic life, and character of this woman. She leaves a husband, six ijoys, and a lioft of frlenda ami rcla- five.s to moni her loss. Interment was made in tbe Stirling cemetery. Horn. Sept. Tiii. to the wife of Wm. S packman Jr., a daughter. and child Uuing nicely. Mother OLDTIMERSVSEHVICE AT IRON SPRINGS (From Our Own Correspondeni mo.V HPHIXOS, Sept. McKiniion and babe, of Bunlette, are visiting will, thu former's mother, Mrs. Powell. The liiiLil service running from Letlibrnlsc Turin Is Hot entirely satisfactory. Complaints have been made to the jiosloffice department probable that changes definite action was taken. Tbe will, ingness of tbo Government lo adopt this policy Is betokened by the sympa- thetic vi we expressed by tno Min- ralelng of the rates. Htw far tho Government Is justified in doing this remains a public question, In the light iliil.lt is an easy going policy, which Jf accepted will remove any special The Legislature ot Uriinbwlck has dissolved over Die trouble on stuniiusc dues, Now (he mcinbor. of tbu X, Legislature will have to go "on (ho ttuiiiji." 'if liroriklyn. t-xamfn'rng Bomb NEW YOltfC, lienilrinartcrs It was tnirl ihe first Insk of dutecthcs would In. to assemble 'he fragments In an lo recon- ._ j bomb and tlcicniilr.e wheth- orbya Those wlio delay in registering anil leave it until tho last moment ir.ny bo in the plight of Ihc foollah virgins in having the doors of the legislation offices shut against fnem. Kigbt dollars a day arc being offered by farmers for farm An fiienl holiday, with health and profit, awaiting Iho cILIzfcn why has not yet had bis vacation. The explosion, accorillng to tho of- ficial Invesllgator.i, "apparently oc- curred in H linrseclrawn covered wagon at n point almost opposite an entrance lo the Onltcil Slates assay ofTiie." Tbe small pieces of window weights with which the Infernal machine had uuun loaded had been "fusoil by on intense heat" Indicating they hail been cut into slugs by a high-powered gas burner. Kvcry foot of space nt poflcc bead-