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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER-18, 1920 ___________ Two Hundred High School Students Start Out to fete Better School Spirit Helpful Sentiment Characterises Banquet Held at the Y.M.C. A. SCHOOL CABINET FORMED AMONGST THE PUPILS Two Luiidrf-J pupils of the Leth- bridge high school last night pledged tlraiiselves to cooperate with the staff of the school In promoting a hettei "school spirit." They attended a ban- nuet in 'the Y.M.C.A., called for the forming an organization that will bring the staS and the pupils onto mulual ground to discuss and arrange a new school spirit-through plenty of physical and social activity as well as Intellectual during this ;year. f Throughout (no'-banquet thuvuew .school spirit was''evident'anS before the evening was' bv.ar a-porllott dfia students' cabinet .-Jivaa elected and nominations were taken, for the posi- tion of president." This cabinet will Cjiilrol Die social an'd athletic ch- tleayors of the high s'ohool "during the coining year arid'ainonE is B. Petloy, boys' secretary of the .-1.JI.C.A., who was the moving spirit in the banquet last night.' Tho big auditorium of the Y.M OA: was crowded to Its.capacity with boys FUf filDS _. Conlinung ho advised the student lo.cijlllvate vision and .a desire to holu an executive position. He "said he believes the social and moral, life "o t.he :country is al a "low'ebb and i wiirbe the educated people, who wll lift it to a higher standard: "The student has a great opportunity to he corne'a good As citizens o Canada we have to reach out for high er ideala. Citizenship is more than suffrage and lot depends on the life lived during the high school he bald. Aliris, meihods and habits and poln of Ylaw are Important factors In the development of good citizens, the speaker pointed out and are the ker uels ot the'better high'school spirit "The high school prepares yoa for good citizenship and character and the high school life must elsmi BIK it is up to you to see that It Is. I: is everybody's Job to keep it clean Every student must have the ideal o i unselfish continued Mr. Pet j ley. The activities of the high schoo j student should Include physical, so clal and intellectual items. Mr. Hodgson Speaks Mr. Hodgson gave the stndenU con- siderable personal history concerning himself and 'told Ihem that be was able hie mind: when he took the position of inspector and Quaker Jam is Pure: There is 'a full natural flavor in Quaker Brand Jam..1 We'.foliov; the.-, old-tlmc re- cipe, even to cooking it In small batches, kettles ro larger than the'tnother of .a good sized fam- boys'wirtitrf use. Jry -'this good jam. :Doniinion Gatmers B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: B. C. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Accept "California" Syrup of Figs for the name California oa the package, then you arc sure your Is having the best and most harmless physic for the little stomach, .I.vef and bowels. Children love its' fruity iaste- Fnll directions on each You .'must say Adverlis'e'meht.' HOME: FOWLER'S -CIDER- AT QRflPE ,LCKMNBERRVtorMNGt Vice pep Great fbpFft House Parties etc travelled among tie different races represented In ths schools of south- ern lAlberta. He spoke ot the different classes of people found in the Crow's Nest country, in the north of Alberta and in the Cypress Hills country. No clasr distinction Is allowed iu the Loth bridge high, school he poll- ed out, 21 all students are Canadians, no matter where their parents were born. The high school" must be the centre of a good social spirit. Teach- ers must tie loyal to the school, both intide and outside of Its' walls. No petty criticism must be offered against any pupils. .Ho told the pupils that the staff Is ready to co-cpeme with, them In gooi! fellowship, "in assisting you in your activities." The students must pass out of the school better trained to take their position intellect ually and In every way as leaders RICH ROSES BLOOM HERE IN SEPTEMBER v noses: that bloom in the middle of September are not an Idle dream In Southern Alberta. And they are reel large In size and rich In color. The grower li that local enthusiast for nse, Supt Pennefather of the Mounted Police. Anglican Bishop of Calgary Supports Continuance of Prohibition in Alberta and the name o( Lethbrldge high school must stand in southern Al berta for more continued Mr. Hodgson. He told the students that the high school has the best staff of any high school in Alberta and In telling then" that ho never allows any one to utter detrimental sentiments against any of Ills pupils he gave them an ex- ample of the better school spirit. Miss Marjory Smith received a good ovation for her reading and Miss. Ursula Elton sang solo splendidly. Miss Marjory Higinbothani and Lloyd Dunham spoke briefly on "The Stu- dents' Part in the School Spirit." Mies M. Clinton responded on behalf of the teachers ot the school to the toast to the -Lethbrldge High School Spirit for this year." Many Im- promptu addresses were given by stu denls and teachers on this subject. Mr. W, J. Kelson, president of the board of directors of the Y.M.C.A. gave words of encouragement to the pupils tending to bring them In closer touch with the work of the Y.M.C A He appealed to them to help make better uso ot the Y.M.C.A. building In the future and asked them to make it their adopted home. On- the local high school council were elected Miss Clinton, Dr. Rivers, Dr. Bryans, and Tom Ridpalu. Miss M. Sherlock' and Lloyd Dunham were appointed on the Senior Lit. and Miss G. Johnson and J. Church on the Junior 'Lit. A. Autley and Miss M. Hlginbotham form the.athletic com mittee. Tho election of president will take place In the school in about a week and the first meeting of the council will tie held shortly. Mr. George McKil'lop, who has been appointed to Frank Filmer's position as physical and cadet instructor told the boys and girls that he will play the game squarely with them and will do his best to live up to the pace established by Mr. Filmer GAUT HOSPITAL GROUNDS ARE TO BE IMPROVED The grounds In Gait Hospital have been ploughed uo, prepara- tory to having Ihcm iaid out in- lawns and flower Gardens and for planting trees in the coming spring. CONVEYOR CARRYING BUSHELS A DAY The "conveyor" of the Noble Foun- iation, erected at the Cameron ranch :o convey the grain over to the Chin side, has been In operation for the ast three dnye. It worked very smoothly and gave great satisfaction. On Thursday and Friday it carried grain across at the rate of 12.000'bush- eis a day, working 10 hours a day. ARMSTRONG, B.C. LAWYER MYSTERIOUSLY VANISHES' IN CITY OF WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, Sept. Y 'eterson, of Armstrong, B.C., has disappeared mysteriously In this city and his son, G. F. Peterson, arrived anight with the object of endeavor ng to locate him. The missing man s OS years of age and was formerly a prominent lawyer In Manchester, ngland, and was on his way to the old country. TKE HANDSOME STONES On view here are not so ex- pensive as you may imagine. We prepare them when no im- mediate orders are on Lethbridge Monumental Works EIQKTH STREET SOUTH DROWNED WHEN CAR TURNED TURTLE PORT ARTHUR, Sept. Margaret Hogarth, meinher of a well- known Fort William family and em- ployed as nurse at McKollar Hospital, u'fis drowned In three inches of water In a ditch beside the road Friilay night when an auto turned turtle. Miss Jones, another nurse and Roy McFlae, the driver, were uninjured. Many Canadian Beauties owe much of their exquisite rilcxions to the creamy, skin. Jtealiiig, fragrant Jalfier of "Bnby s Oivn Iu totp Bttt fer Toy. AtKKTSOMStlHUlO, KOHT1UL ELAPSES OGH restricted Shipping Will The 60 days period which had elaps- from tho .final dipping of animals America ai n the recent blanket quarantine area the provln In Alberta before they were permitted to be shipped to the United States, will expire on October 6. As the time Is now drawing near when unrestrict- ed shipments will bo In operation, quite a number of Alberta livestock men are taking time by the forelock In connection with consignments of animals to the other side of the line j The present indications are that there will ba-'a considerable amount of busi- ness done when the time limit men- tioned expires. Cyprian Pinkham, D.. Bishop of Calgary, has address- cd-the following open letter to mc-m- bBra ot the Church of England in tlie diocese and other friends on tho sub- ject ot the plebiscite that will be taken In Alberta on October 25th oa the Importation of liquor. This letter reads: "My dear write briefly to say that. It Is my earnest bopc. you will, when the time comes, to so re- cord your votes In favor of the con- tinuance ot prohibition. "The Lambeth Conference during its sessions adopted the following re-! solution: 'The conference notes with deep interest ths prohibition by the will of the people ot. the sale and manufacture ot intoxicating drinks in tho republic of the United States ot America and of tbdr sale In most of the provinces of Canada, and' com- mends this action to Ihe earnest and intoxicants; (2) to recognize the, duty' of combatting (he evil ot iulcmcer-- slice by personal example and willing' sJif-sacriflce. i i'his is n Bishop Pinkbnm. "for showing h fellowship by dtr.ying ourselves: might be our ruin for the sake otuers who are incapable ct resisting i temptation. "With my prayers that Cod guide, direct, sanctity and abundantly blc-ss you. I aa, yours faithfully, "CYPRIAN PINKfLAM." sympathetic attention of tke Christian church throughout the world. "The conference urges members of the charch In other countries (1) to support such legislation as will lead to a speedy reduction in the use of SPATTING OVER THE GARDEN FENCE A case in which one woman in North Lethbridfie was aliened to have used obscene language to another over the garden fence and in a public place, contrary to the city bylaw, came up before Mag- istrate Irwin, at the city police court, on Saturday morning, and was remanded until Sept. 24th. Used for 70 Yean PARKHURST MAJORITY PORTLAND, Me., Sept. The plurality which Frederic II. Parkhurst Republican was elected governor ot Maine on Monday over Bertrand G. Molntlre, Democrat, according to un- official returns was The vote was: Parkhurst Mclntire SIX MONTHS FOR ABANDONING INFANT WINNIPEG. Sept. Drown, keeper of a licensed home tor chil- dren, was sentenced today 'to sU months' imprisonment tor having abandoned an infant left in her custody. VENIOT IS NEW N. B. MINISTER KUEDJ1RICTO.V, .V. B., Sept. 17 Hon. P. J. Veniot, minister of public woriis in the New Brunswick legisla- ture, is acting minister ot lands and mines, having been appointed to suc- ceed Hoa. B. A. Smrih, recently re- signed. WINNIPEG VICTIM OF DISASTER IK N. Y. WINNIPEG. Sept. has been received here that Reginald Hsworthy, son'ot J. U Blsworlhy of this city, was Wiled in yesterday's explosion at .Naw York. CANCEL G. P. ,R. STEAMERS ON GREA7TLLAKES FOR BALANCE OF SEASON G. .Mc- Neillie, assistant general passenger agent for the Canadian Pacific Rail- way, announced today Uiat the com- pany's-upper lakes steamship service bolweai! Fort William, Port ilcNicol and Oweh Sound'had been cancelled i for the remainder of tire season owing to the seamen's strike. HEAVY SHIPMENTS OF N. S. APPLES HALIFAX, Sept. ship- ments of apples'are being niade from Halifax this season. The Kurness lin- er Lexington, which sails for London today carries ll.OOCT barrels. This is the largest shipment'of the season. HUNDRED AND COSTS LIQUOR MOOSE JAW.'SepL IT.-.Ax. Well- ington, a was. fined f 100 and costs and sentenced to one and a halt months-in jail on the charge of selling intoxicating liquor, contrary to Ihe Saskatchewan Temperance Act. EDMONTON UTILITIES SHOW DEFICIT FOR SEVEN MONTHS EDMONTON. Sept. s fast losing the satisfaction it has had had (n the past of being able to F.iy that) even If in other respects llio city was not doing very well fin- ancially, the whole of the utilities, save the slrcet railway, were In the laying class. This year, however, is showing re- verses. For the seven month's pnding' 31st July, the combined net result of '.lie utilities is s deficit ot ?S2.077. Last the surplus for the corresponding period was more than the loss of this year. For the month of July aionc tlie combined deficit was against i surplus of J13.S54 for the corres- ponding month .of last year. PRINCE RUPERT CO. WILL BUILD SHIPS FOR MEXICO OTTAWA. Sept. new gov- ernment of Mexico, has placed an or- der with the: Prince Rupert Dryrtock company for the construction of ifr.irly-sdvcii ships, mostly oil tankers. The contracts liavn been placed inin tlie hanris of [lie inliilnler of m.irino tor the company Ing for guur-mlon 01: rMrh j orders as provided for In the aid to .1.shipping legislation passed at the last 'session tif parliament, DEATH OF ACTRESS FROM USE OF DRUGS RESULTS IN ARREST SAX KIUNTISCO, Sept, Albert Hfln-aii, returned toiiay from tbo Alaska lishfries. hn i I VHIS Arrested In rnnncotlnn i death April In uf I Glarirs Jiniilding, wlfn of a mr.llon pidilre rtlret-tnr. HoHri'ii is alliigcil to Iravo tolil n filifnninlo Hint lie had left An- gelna liccnnse of the rlr-atli of n :no Hun picture actress of ilniRs. Tills Information was wirelessed to the San Francisco jwlice wlio have en Uellraii into custoily pending possible fitrvijllifiitlon of Miss ilrtins's -..-I