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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KOUW THE LEI HBR1DGE-DAILY HERALD TUUHSIHY. SKITKMBER 30. 1920 Detalb Siberia DAILY AND.WEEXLY Proprietor! and Publisher! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED IBS. 6th Street South, Lethbrldgt W. A. BDCHA.KAN ct and Managing Director John Tcrrance Bosinejj Hancgor Audit Bureau of CircuUtlona Subscription Hates delivered, par 67 mall, per year..... by malL for 6 nonthi; Delly, bjr mail, 5 months s.oo 4.25 by mill, per yc-ir bv mail, per yatr to ti.S.-S.ili) THE NIGHT SCHOOL '.T IN LETH8RID3E In the extension ot education to the adult acd In, bciig meant of.giv- Iig 8 kncVledgo of the Englishman- j_ loathe foreigners who ere ___ amongst 'us the uight .school lias' !ta genera! use. In the city, in cddltiop to the general benefits which'! these schools convey, Is a par'Uculiif. '.I not cpecidj, benefit. In this k night ,f school in Lothbrliige hoids a place, as. the is a syecitic inteiition, namely nationalization of tho miues. The British coal miues are now un- der the control of (he Government by whom the price is fixed. The ar- of the miners is that this price IB fixed by the Government for the pur- pose glvlug up control and wtnu decontrol takes piace they will lurn ihe mines over to the owners wbo will immediately. Inflate prices., The tention ot the fourteen shillings and two pence, the miners' leaders reckon Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is a John Dory? 2. What are Banian days? 3. What Is a John Roberts? 4. came th9 expression ''Darby end 5. What Is a "diplomatic C. Is "MiSado" tho title of the Em- peror of Japau? will tend to make tho mines solvent. This they aver the Goveroment sre anilous to do so as ID decontrol the mines as as possible. The tak- ing off of the fourteen shillings and two pence, it Is plausibly said, will be that tho oorerntnent will be obliged to maintain contra! Iti that it weald not be fair to turn the mines .25 on their owners In a state oi In a conference held between the WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who WES the cutbor of the well- phrase, "It was worse than a crime, I; was a What Is the Zir-.tluka? .What is the Yellow. Book o! Fra-ce? 1. Who was Ueorge Thursday, Sept S3. toot their friends. (From Oiir Own Correspondent) BARONS, Sept. large number ot Banws ladles attended the Wo men's Institute, ineetlug (b.y special Invitation) Jieid lu Npbletord. last Lady motorists making up car loads, thus affordlug tha opportunity to many to attend as otherwise wouli not hive been privileged. Her. H. Bosoniworta. B.A., and family of CoaldaU were visitors In tiarons at the paro-jage ou Monday, Sept. 27th. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Craig of Lelh- bridge returned toma on Mondiy. at- lor visitljig for some time with their sous at the farm.- Mr. Norman Harris WHS a visitor in FKRNIK. Sept, Ihe Herald! Innovation t PICKED UP IN PASSIM v 0 K T H B BUSY -M A X tha'i two au Indereut assault. for committing r Mr. T. C. Matchelt, for jptars up- ticket for the Canadian Pacific anil :agent for ibc Doi'ainior. company, at Ltud- n-.i: Is dcid._ A Hnc'buTh. Ore., woman, a chronic sufferer from ftomach trouble, recent. was Introduced In the service at t'niled church yesterday when Pastor j Bnrcs began the exoerunenl of unit-' Ing the Sunday school exeiclses wits'811 thu regular morning service's. js" An opening service in which all but: tha entrance class iti the Sunday' K. i.. as completed a frit, ser of the C.P.It, hotels system. lcok ,10 nourishment but a little orange juice aud water, Percy Vincent. 1 A 12 ycata old, yas i in an orchard at King- The hotly pf Miss. LVIILI Mualray, nchool part In the auditorium liuiulUoi. since Sept. r' lhe church, where tho adult ini-mbura i W'8B ashore, Jas. Gibson, retired Ottawa' whola. lEalrr brother at Hev. Dr. J. Mun- ro Gibson, Kus., is dean, A ton, Ooodwlu oil'son, Is a Vancouver of the formed them- i V4 luo rfiatiUiJ lUEUlCLE i selves Inlua bible class at the end of etford LU is, a short Sen-ire aad the children wa5 arallng into their respective classes. I G.T.P. frch-bt fire-! London's Lord Mayor will be red at Pulton a man life as a farm hand. Ho :e Altl. James Roll, a famous fotir-ln-haut! driver, a leading Capt. JaiMiuea Lafraniboisp of Am-'member of ilie Pickwick Cowblsg Lethbrldge on Tuesd ly, Sept. 28lb. Where did tho walnut originally retiring to the bas Mies Bertha Bovli.-n of Lethbrldge. ment where the usual formerly of thi staff oi the Merchants representatives of (be which Ro'.iprt SHiIHe, Sir H Hir of Tralo. Tney tnmit mat me i allowed to go .on suspended of Coaldalo, will preach. On Wondav world is the production of four eter- ihe ladles tnll serve supper from no Intention o! relinquishing the cou- iiat elements and. that man is a min- Earl Wilson, age of Bewdley, Burns visiting the Coal Creel; Sunday to after which a rcpreser'tatioc of the world I was palafully' b- causht of special Interest will be provided fyvlt draKU will be but one sermon delivered each j Sunday In tho United church, begin e pantry sale under nlng at the regular evening time of Port Perry, has been appointed Chief linent every year since 1SC1, designed Everybody come lo f-Jrnlsh historians with reliable In- Don't forget thi policy was being adhered IQ for the protecttor. of the public ID that should .couiiol price of j formation' of thj French nation. It iramadiately nw. It Is cul'ei) yellow from tha color of Its be setii from this Ihc- I'rHish Ciovsr-a.eiit'are i.-'Jnat as' to protect" the' puitilc' as" Mr. SjniUlii and the others witlrbim are. distinguished from_ Institutions of tfcn The -ari uoder lhe that pressure is being eievted on the kind elsewhere. This distinction lies In the cily being tho centre of the important coal Industry in this part of the Province: In the syllabus of. the fourees to be taught in the night school In the city It Is to be noted that, In addition to the of her studies and said of the naltpniiijzatlba iif tho mines, there l in what the min- for bringing a knowledge of English to tho foreigner, thero is special im- portance placed on the Btnjies-.which pertain to the mine. There.arorourses for pit boss, fire boss, and raiae man- ager. This Is education In its proper place so far as It relates .to the. par- tlcular situation of It >eil inUrprfea io Is aimed at raising the and addlog to the knowledge of 'thise who workv and belong' to tyio coal mines, with a conception.of the bear- Government by the mir.e to relinquish control! An explanation for tha price of fourteen and two pence, is by them as be- lug imposed by the Governmo-1 to hasten deconlrci by putting the mines in'rf solvent position ready for the op- cover. 4. One of the early reformers ot Scotland condemned to the stake by Cardinal Reaton. 5. Persia. G. The Papal palaco, the court and garden of Belvedere, tho Hb-.'aiy, and the museum. (Continued from Front Page.) W. C. Kennedy, M. P., for Xorlh Es- port unity. Had it not been distinctly j s'ei. Ontario, Ernest Lapointe, M. P. by that the aim and William Duff, M. P., also spoke, e-sirike proposetHs'.'to obtah, the Mr. King referring to an CKiawa ers'iaS'. IBSl 'the real object of urging the" re duct ipb: of. the pries of coal is ing this wit have on the coal 'Indus-. trr, not only here hut throughout': tn'e Province In which It hcids an import- ant place. It Is to' be'.of use and advantage to tho Individual, and to reflect Indlrei'tly on the develop- ment of Alberta's particular: industry. This aspect of the night school..has been ganged by the Superlntenaent of tho city EChooIs, as is eviaoht'fn'.the importance he has given In the mop- pins out of the curriculum to meet mining needs of city and is well to see that Jlr. Hodgson'- been promised the co-operation of, the officials of the miners' union in 'njafe- Ing this feature of the night schdpl a1 success. The opportunity'.In vthiB particular department of the night school should be eagerly grasped by and two mines wlll-be reduceil to such a stale of .insolvency that it will hasten the policy- of aatlousllia'tion. those for who's? Bpef.inl benefit It has been'arranged. The schedule In the night school has been framed for practical use in order lo Increase the usefulness of the In- dividual engaged in furnishes a fine opportnniiy ting In the long winter evenings'; :.fKe school in what it offers should be popular one, and time spent in it is bound to be valuable. The enrolment should be a big one, and the efforts, made fo? benefiting those for whom the night school in Intended should moot with appreciative response. It Is open to all who wish lo odd to their mental equipment. patch quoting Mr. 'Ballflhtyne, minis- ter nf and fisheries, as denying that money wns spent or contracts let before parliament was1 consulted. M-. the'ausplces.o' the Ladles' Aid In the rest room at 3 o'clock ou Saturday, Oct. 9th. Prohibition. Who may vote? 1. Every person (who is.not dis- qualified by official position, prime, or who is, Iwenty-one years of age, and. Is now i British subject by birth or persona! naturalization and who Has reslded-At least one year In Canada andftwo: months in .the. elec- toral division 'Where he vote, the Issue pf the writ of election (April ,29, 1920.) woman, married or imiaarricd, Is entitled to have her name-placed on-the-voter's list without a Judge's certificate re- gardless of the nationality of her hus- band or father, provided (I) she has the necessary: age and residence, quail ficatlons, .and. {2) she has not.been personally naturalized as a citizen of a foreign country. Any. married woman who was born on the North American continent and .whose husband is now .or, If deceased seven-thirty o'clock. There is no resident pastor at Coal Craek and there b number of, children attending Sunday school there and wlth-the assistance of ReT. Pire which originated In an over- cote'oven destroyed the foon- Inaugurated in Fernte can be niadef use of to tho advantage of wish-1 ing regular Sunday services at that plajg A.' J. Siuffatt, wifo of City Clerk Moffatt, has just returned from England whero she has bean visiting her parents willi her little son dur- ing the past year. j Dr. J. W. RutledgB, the Cranbrook to tblt ot Smith Deavcrton. lumber camps :The City Garages report a falling- off In tourist travel of late owing to! tljeir plant' unfavorable weatfie'r'and to the fact that prairie people ore too busy wilh threshing operations to spend time oq tha roads. Weather conditions In the Pass have been' of the wet nature for two or three weeks' but indications Ceo. Belleville, waa sentenc- ed to two years In the ntnitentiary for attempting to commit un act of gross Indecency. After, forly-two yeafs in the minis- try, thirly-Uvo ot which were spent in Morrlshurg, Rev. Hugh Cameron, Presbyterian minister, has resigned. j The Laing Producers' Storage j operating a milk condenscry at Brock- ville, will builo' rt large addition to i Ross Neii and Wr.i. Findlay, Chat- ham, were sentenced to five years in the Kingston Penitentiary for criminally, assaulting a young girl....: Glilis C. ChiEttolin. off of the fourteen (c) Any marrleii woman of other Ah ad. in a Cleveland paper reads: than who was born off penc5, :will mean that '.lie Motorcyclo; nearly killed King, "was obliged to admit "Uic truth whose husband Is now, or, if deceas of "what I slated, though ha endeavored THE APPEAL AGAINST THE RAILWAY RATES Tha, case; against the raise in the ra'Uwaj; nrajes nutnorizod by the nall- ivayi .Cciamisslon Is being vigorously pressedrDy.JIr. H.iJ. Symington, coun- iel for ;'tW.Government of Manitoba, before the members of the Privy Council at Ottawa. The pub- tbje ground Mr. Sy- mington.. has taken that any increase iu'rates granted the C.P.R. should not he based oil the requirements ot the sovernmeht 'railways. That in addi- tion to paying the rates on the government railways the public to find excuse -for the govVrument's cpnduci by saying was a neces- sary war measure, of 'rather, a measure necessitated by conditions which had arisen out of the war. As I remember the statement of the'minlster mar- ine and his colleague, the. minister of It was to the effect' that with largo numbers, of .soldiers -returning from overseas the country was threat- ened with unemployment and the gov- ernment feared unrest, and for thest ed, was at the time therc.of.-a British' subject by birth or .naturalization, must appear personally before a Judge and. from him receive.. a -certi- ficate before being entitled to have hei1 name placed on the voter's list. Ariyv man or unmarried woman who is or was born ion continent 'and l6n 'tbrongh s 'may have his or her nariia placed on the voter's list tho. JJorth v.-hrfeobfafn his or her 'pare American rents reasons they had awarded tho contract j without a Judge's certificate. me twice; will ride It no more." Sampson of vaa Ecntencert at. the Belleville. As- sizes to not less I'jan six months'ov Your Children DESERVE .A MASON RISCH On a "cheap" ptano they will never icarn or You'll be surprised little we ask for tho Mason Rlsch lasts n lifetime. Easy 'terms "of payment r.nrt "Factory to Honia" prices. BalmdraJ Block Homo of Vtetrola" e r In question to different firms on own account." or unmarried woman of other than British origin andTjorn As to the truth of the statemeht-that of 'he N'orth American continent, the contracts were awarded before obtained naturalization through propriaion by parliament snfflclent to I his or ner Parents, must appear before cover was made, Mr. King referred to a for a certificate as-stated the debate he had ,with Mr. Ballnn- tyne before the house on March this year. Reading from Hansard, he quotcid Mr. Dallantyne as saying, in-reply should with thii burden of] (jueslion regarding the' placing'of p. 110 to 120 million) thirty-six _ ajirerent contracts among .dollars a. year; which, according to" IMPENDING COAL STRIKE IN GREAT BRITAIN The outcome of tho threatened coal one of fcveriah anticipation In Great Britain, in all that It means and, particularly, In tho near approach of winter, 3n Canada, though not In Its intensity, It has Its Interest "with its effect on transportation, par- ticularly at this season of the year with our crop shipments soing on. The satisfactory part ot the threatened Blrlko so far Is that It has not been precipitated on the date as nt first determined on and that negotiations are being carried on to prevent If possible what will ki a national, cal amity. Apart from the demand for more wages, which can he readily under- stood, there Is a feature In the ila mands made by the miners which to tho uninitiated presents a somewhat perplexing problem. This la the de- mand made that the price of fourteen shillings and two pence, which the Government has placed on every ton of coal, should be taken off BO lhal the public will get cheaper This on tho surface Appears to be a rational demand so far as the consuming imb- lie Is concerned and one which shocld enlist the sympathy of tho public which, without doubt, tbo demand is made. But this demand on the part of the mlnsrs has not in It nil that la claimed for ft, sincere though it .may be. H Is made not Mr, Tyho appeared as counsel on, ihe Wholesale Grocers' Aiso'clal'ion, mean the amount at thirty'.dollars for every man, woman 'and as as it unfair.' It would be interesting to know how much of this sum would fat! on the individual were the deficit on the government railways sought to be rectified by'other means. Tho galling port in tho increase of the railway rates as It' concerns the Wesj; Is the discrimination caused. The burden is placed where it least belongs, Mr. Symington pointed out that forty-five per cent, of the gross earnings of the C. P. R. was shown to be produced In the West and this has yielded the net earnings of 07 per cent; whereas the 55 per cent, ot Ihe gross earnings of tho railway company in the East had net earnings of only 33 per cer.t. .This was due to the fact that operating expenses in the prairie provinces In their ratio to those in the Kasl are 'BO much lower. Vcvy appropriate anil very true were the observations of Mr. Syming- ton when he referred to the "vicious! with rates solng up meaning j 14 different' Involving" eipeiidi- ture, of S7 were awarded .by I. as responsible above. Messrs. L.tC. Burnap and W. H. were visitors In CarmanBay on Monday. NEW POSTMASTER ACTIVE IN G.W.V.A. an addition to the cost of lEv and! with Ihls addition the natural demand I "The contracts order-in-council as minister, had.'seen that the priced were fair and right; the government purchased as a private corpora- tion would purchaso." Askert If thss; fourteen companies hud offered tendera, lie quoted Mr. Baltantyne as saying: "No There were, I think, soventcen com- panies." Calls Government Bolshevist lleferring to tho labor question Mr. King said "Wo of lhe Liberal parts think the government have mistaken the real movement; we be- lieve that it is sovernmeut, not labor, that is Holshevist." j Tho Liberal party believed 20 years ago when they established lhe minis- try of labor, Jlr. King asserted, and be- lieves today that the solution for labor unrest is more adequate representa- tion of labor In the councils of the nation ciml En industry. Ttosarrting tho tariff, Mr. King, said Mr Melfihcn admits that he does not know what the government policy Is. In regard to the tariff Inquiry, he as- serted that what Is wanteii Is not tak- ing of evltlonce longer lo postpone ac. lion, but Immdlialo revision of the tariff In a manner which will bring re- lief to and producers alike. THIS YEAR'S CROP AROUND. ONE-FOUR (Xrom Our Own Correspondent) Son! 27--The first hard for higher wages. If this demand for of the season occurred yesten higher wages coupled by the Increased when all green garden cost of material, which the Increase, In some of (ho crops ami the yield of wheat about V2 bnShels per ell beiilcro on fields. liimhor for ri new granary on Iho my M. Current is the hay king' ibis lie has put up 250 Ions of hay on tho Sage Creek flats ami now feols railway rales In themselves will occa- sion, fa to lie met by n still higher j seems to run raise In Iho rates, it may as well on "10 h( asked what going to ami whither arc we drifting. This Is a m.-iller for grave consideration. The npreal to (he Privy Council Is being prosecuted In a manner in which (or lhe eyes of the public will he Tho big Wallace herd of cattle lias, aud particularly tlicso who live in Iho ilriven throngh to the Milk West. Whatever atlvanlaRo Hie West! ?'vor water has becoiuii (From Our .Own Correspondent) CAHMANGAY, Hept. .week the Carmangay school girls are. hik- ing it down to Barons in order to take part in a competition which Is jlart of the Barons and Nohleford fair pro- gram. As a matter of fact the girls have only had one short practice game this season and it -is. only .in order to keep the fair from turning out a fiasco, as far as games are con- cerned, that they are Journeying down lo that district. Thoy .do. not expect lo bring hack the medals hut intend doing their best to put a good game, and perhaps fate may be hind (o them. At cny rate we wish thorn the "best of luck." This week has been quite a busy one and among the things that have happened'Is the chahgo of post- mastership. This onerous position has i heen filled for some years by Mr. J. 0. Parkinson, who is a largo landowner I in this district. 'Me been; kind and courteous arid his cheery, faco will be missed from the wicket, by the citizens. Sines tho great loss which Mr. Parkinson sustained early j in Iho year, through lhe liea'th of bis i spouse he has been ahly helped In' his riuties by the Misses' Parkinson. He Is succeeded In tho position by the genial 0. H. Howeil, a Welshman by birth, though tha greater portion of hla life, prior to his coming to Can- ada, was spent in London, England, where his family have largo Interests In the meat Irnile. He and hta wife (a .Jersey lady) and llltle daughter have resided In Carmangay for over n year, during which llino he was em- p'jyed by Messrs. W. Peacock ft Son. p was very well thought of by tho citizens for his kind manner and courlcoiifr.ess during this periotl. Mr. llowpil Is ihe secretary of '.ho local branch of the G.W.VM. and it Is large- ly due lo his untiring efforts that Iho association 13 !n such a thriving posi- tion. We all wlah Mr. Howcll the very best of health and prosperlly In hla new position. possesses in the way of cheap rail- way operating, as compared to Ihe Kant, is taken away it with the new railway burden, antl what- without guile, and underpcalh it lucre] ever disadvantage It has is acMed to. scarce on tho eastern pasture. While working on innr, ft .Danville-, the roof nf liii CALIFORNIA FRUIT CROP LOS ANflELES. report on fruit (.-top conditions says the grape movement is nl'lln height and fruits being sent lo the canneries. TIio i i i, v '5 ejcollfnt, and nnd picked hmnelf up fn Iho is now lielnfi Ibe mills, Cel- coop. An engine had run ery Is In finn condition nnd shipping will begin the latter part of October. An 'engine nn open .-.ivlvi tn.l hit Ine bar u hear a lot the price of clothes. We say just this, that price for quality and quality for price, 20th Century Brand Clothes are the best buy on the market to-day. Put this statement to the Sold BERT KESTER'S. MEN'S SHOP ON THE CORNER HOME OF 20TH. CiiNTUFlY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ;