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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LlilHHKHKlE HKHA1.D AHUL 1, TTbe XctbbrtbQe tberalfc letbbrttge, Hlfcerta BA1LV AND WEIKLY >nd TH1 HTHBBIDOe HCRALO PMNTINQ COMPANY, UHlteO Mti tenth. Lalhbrloj) W. A. >nd nfmtct Twrrinct HujiaosB Manijel TELEPHONES Ottcci UMtrltl Of tic. npvor reach tho former level, how- ever, since the accumulated boards of eold had been acatleced ami would largely remain eeattored. There is at present a gap between gold prices In America ajvd the paper prices in Great Brllaia, Tho gap prevented rea'jiBp- Uon of sold payments. The ga? could only be closed by patwr lalllng >ud gold prices I'ntll jap there DO out ol the present prices. WHY THE FARMER HAS TO PAY MORE INTEREST The by Mr. Vere Drown, Western fluprrintendeut of the Hunk of Commerce. commercial Do You Know? 1... Vfhy'Ja'It j.', Easter different dates? 8. Who wrote under the came CrayoaT 4. WbAt do I.A.T.S.B. ahown en tbc screens it moYfe ilsnoto! 6 Why U GO called! 6. What clock start? WEDNESDAY'S OUMTIONS 1. What h its; crisis ft iho sip-ss- sion "lick Into 2. Wb.o were called a Nitlon of 3. Who iraj Mrs. Jeliyby! rerf.lrt, loiat >t rates; t who National 'of than Inter- Anthem? Wtat 8- Speskii-6 of tha question raised issued! 110 irh'tier or not the btnlu lend I Audit Bureau ol CireuUiieni: ITOTWJ nt sis Mr. Brown! ANSWERS Subscription j-.sif-F. (hat the sli per itto IF jsneraily commercial Angry Farmers Up' in Over Aclion In Rtfusing tio' "dew Canadian fttrtr coin' deliveud. per week .....1 dtllvered, yer Dtlly, by uitil, per yei.- t.W' by mall, y.i.f bjr mill, per to U.S. 2.00 DBlH ot Mpiry ot daily on addrsi? libel. of papers ifier eiplrattou numbrr of. commercial bouae.i of tho very higher staudlui; borrowing ;Urge amounts can secure thU rate.1 1. According to tradition the cubs ot biwra firs cast ui4 re- main uatH the dam llckol tnt-i., Into proper shape. 2 So George IV. cilled the Scottish after a visit ho paid to Scotland In 1S2S. A character in Dickon's Bleak GRASSY IjAKB. March dance was In tho Perry hall on Friday tli? 27th in aid of the Olri Scouts, and was la every way a Mrs. Jfcrvis who has returned from the balmy of to our salubrivtij and sunny re- opened the By personal eiperlence of MM. cooking wa nro that will lie well fed Mr. and Sam levant experience ot arrivtljoi All events here seem be shadowed by tho action of the muni olnai in refusliw snd i-ommerelal houses on a seven j who would spend money and effort; aro .wearing a loot of grave seueral run of loans to Intermedi-1 House. She was a philanthropist, its i-nmrnRrMfl) HmiRM Hi nn a whr> would snpnd niouev and effort i Ii our authority to toe nt- r and at help the poor faumakere and flower i determination on their faces. i3oorloboolah-Qha and T.FU _.. on A mass WHEN ARE PRICES LIKELY TO COME DOWN? r- nonttli rate h esb! "er cent r.. point... the rate eigb! j buiidle into the sireet a He gives p.s his reasons for the dlft- 1 dylog Oj jtsn-atton ou her own "door- I erenllatlon between commercial loans step. nd form loans lhat tho forrnsr aia' 4. Dr. Henry Carey In 1740. In dral. howaver, there and .-would j on the 30th whsn poor beEgar leieEram5 were read from tbo Jlini -A question that Is over on the Hps satisfaction- To explain the i Antwerp bt men and women today vvh.n ,11. groum, he ,lr. polnts prices come down to Hnyihlae like out ,hlt o( ronlmerclall that It was by Dr. John Bull, adding normal. If (here is n too uptlmlstie brings into Ihe bank oncpjiliat It w.is oh fha occasion hope that the day will not be vory a 5tatemcni .audited cehi- j tho -of tho Gunpowder long, lhat hope stands lo Ire shatter- In (he fry Sir Auckland Mho may be pre- numed to speak with a ilcsrce irf authority. According to him. it appear thai we arc not lo'tee a tnnKlble reduction in prices fur a long timo to come. This much Is in bo gathered from his remark that, the higher level uf prices will continue and tho nest gencraiion will forget about the old level aa we have Inr- gotten the level of'prices in the days; of Queen Elizabeth. Speaking before the UritUh Associa-: accountants, with ull PICKED UP IN A new Y.M.C.A. will be built at Kltchmar. .W, R. Milne, miller, of Ktankford, i'.tt suddenly of hwrt failure, v of sieepjuij sickneis (iUl, been discovered In Ky. CUItens o! New York claim to Ssve discovered ,1 riw dUense which ''dry grouch." G.0.0. Military District' No. 1, will vtsjt Guelph to orpmtie an artillery I'armers Iti the Ttclnlty of Klppen >re paying a month for the sum- mer months (or farm help. Border-Cities lletii) whea run over by a freight car of a' tralu off which he fell, a mile from Kaucmler. ou the C.N.K. iwar Cocti- Irane. .Tureo new bsHe Ustve been hung la St. Andrew's Church tower at us a war memorial. Queen Alexandra has seut cheques of each lo tlio Oordon Hoys' Home uud tho British. Hospital for Incurables at Streatham. Juint Matthews, of Poplar, Fnff., died as the result of injuries received when lu fell off a toaif while puillus a penny In the. gas meter, i Several youus were ilned at. Kingston, Kug. recently lor rMins oa the back of motorcycles and ob- scuring Ihe. identification nmrks. LJcaL-Gcuwul sir Jolin Philip Uu- Cine i-.cd Sir Archibald Williamson, M.P.. have been ainiu'nteJ members o' tho ISrilUU Army Council. II.' S. 13owoii, a carpenter. :tl- inoit instantly killed by lumusr full- Records For achines Is asking for a 48-hour jveek with tnrly j ing on hla liend out or n sling, utlthe Hydro forebay ut Queeuston. Mrs. Oiri A. IJatftedo. dead at. her hciuo at Toruuio. She was to have been married a- st-fim-. time on .March 31. Mts. Itasttdi _______________ was formerly Miss I.iizie Louis of Smith's Palls, was fatally injured Tovelle, a natlvo of Hamilton, Out. j elating ,at 6ii o'clock. Bru'ce: rHonsen at'ihe Hotel bleu, WiridFor, ar. tho rosnlt of an accident a few dnya Brakemau Drinkwater..a brakeman No. matter what you huvo. so lung as you uso u ateeUor (ibro. ueeULe, we Victor Record? will play perfectly. YOU ARE WELCOME TO A BIG CATALOGUE FREE If you haven't a machine, buy a Msrou ft Illscli from us. ICasy if JsBireJ. l BlceX tho _ cba yarlk-illars noreasary to give a I 5 Temptratare at which condenta- i-loar view of his year's operations asliion of the vapour In the atmosphere lion of Trade and Technical In London. Eng.. recently. Sir Auck- land Geddes. the high prices prevailing to the currency as the scope of his bnaliiHsr. for the cnsuinc. year, and there Is sel- I ritliu room [or doubt or hesitation as (o (he merits of the application for U'rcdit. Ou the other lia'.id. very few farmers y complete set of books, nnd, consequently, to obtain a correct stale- i meut is fu most cases a matter of some difficulty. As a rule; the coun- I try bank maliiisei- has to sit down with farmer customer and spend a good deal of time gathering the sary inforroatlou as-to his.assets :tud To obtain ;complele facts point of .his liabilities the general scan-ity.and ,shortage Tolves an X (j, -ro0riBnSe. particular things, with perhaps mono-j; Uvt. poly of sale, accomjianied in such cases by deliberate attempts to ex- takes place. 6. January. 1S69. Irving of Calgriry Sjioke a( L. D. S. .Present accdnnts. nnd the forftialion thus gathered has to bo sub- ploit the situation for private Compared wlih general whole sale prices, not working cU.ii -cost of living figures liacl advancexl as The fact Is that the average farmer relies upon the bnnch manager to ascertain for him retail prices, i ]ust where hfi BU'n4a 'n the i TJnllad Siates they had doubled, the United Kingdom and Japan had advanced two and limes. Then after csiabllshiuj credit for a the manager has to keep in touch customer's March Irvine by the connoil.- clal meeting of the U.K.A. Saturday nigiit. A large farmers warn present and report it one cf the best meetings over at- tended. We regret very much to report the Fad death of Sir, Wm. Sabey, an old time resident of lUngrath. Mr. 'Sabey came here with his family some'years I eter of Municipalities. Tbp first one stated that the council had'full powe lo grant this relief and that the gov erument l> endorsing all notes to bank for this purpose. In reply tho farmers telegraphed "Question1 with us, U what we to do our council absolutely re fuses relief. To which Mr. MncKay replfed "Gel 'your people together i j and bring persuasion'on the After a lively meeting which had outf adjournment, when the' farmers in a body paid s visit to tho jhanicipal oifice, and "rung up by phone the doputT reave, Mr. aiMns him to come following tele- gram fcas dispatched to Mr. MacKay. "At a largo meeting today It was resolved that all pressure outside of violence had' been used with council, nnd to you asking you to act at Mr. MoLellaii, thei reova is at pre- sent, like Sir Robert Eordcn, away in tlie unknown, and Wr. Carruthers did not put in ail appearance! being Indis- posed. Telegrams wero also dispatch- ed lo -Premier Stewart and Gi-neral Stewart, none dis- pute. -That7 the government .should net it is strongly felt, as their evident intentions -havc_. been set at nought the ago and has known nndiiarnicio offiqe-'r respected by all who knew hinif. '5le Mrt. Henry Eilert is still confined i has suffered for the past few months! to her It is necessary him j with, cancer and his death was not of vjieuniaflsraj a severe a'ttiick' while in France and Italy iherq had gulird at M ,im'es nBojnst j uaei'pecleil by hia fahilly and frienils. He leaves his loss n wife, a of grown sons and daughters been a fourfold The rise' hail been'worliltviSc nail even af-! thfi, farmer who can be talked -into .over-buying land.1, implements: fected couni.rics tli? railrd [n M3 and Japan whicb had not bf -coni- to depart" from thr; i In speaking of price, be added.! people referred everything to tlie I -value of gold and wero Inclined to think thfct It remained constant. Gold. Mrs. K. Hunck returned nesdsy after s'pendlng sv. few days Lethbriilge; mber-of children and The United Ladles' Aid will b'e cn- of friends, for he indeed j tertaliied at trieir1 neit meeting ot was a friend .to all; a friend In-noeJJ the homo of "Mrs.. Tho's.' IHchardaon. j and a friend 1 Mrs. .B. Q. .Balnes nnd son Gordon] Mr. Irvine, of Calgary, was the'prin-l are visiting her..parciits, Mr. nod: Mrs.: cipal speaker 'in jheVe'vealng session' JlcCarton of Macleod for IhfCiwsl' Is as fln'ancial counsellor lo a large Tcenlage-6t his fanner customers. liesides. ffirmers -keep' track at of the'ir maturing'! of-Ihe U Siniila'y. He week, j obligations, and ;the branch manager f'poko on Truth beinfr the chief 'ithingi Mrs. Geo. Stewart and son Dyrol re- lhas to write many of his farmer cus- iin -MasseE'-'of people' liavo turned to on Saturday the purely artllicial measure of price n arfan for rcn los t confidence in religion and Chris- uhloh they employed, had shrunk to I tianlty. A leadersh-p of God is neces- I als of notes, notwithstanding that th'11 in pvprv nntrnn Tiic -n-iia-i-c halt iU old worth nnd tbtttbre nclcs ara drawn so as to necosJ price nf everything bought in Kfml] gjjn, doubled in conmiodlly value so' long as they continued to use gold standard of measurement The, prices ruling In Europe at Ihe after her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Hunt for the week. Capt. Porter'of Lethbrldge was in fdr-1 week. Ivrere. .much enjoyed towr. on business for a few days this crowd .present. -The inusfc "was ,13 mooitt. me ..un Keep i track ilf 1'is cuKlomer'a outside obltga. Mrs. Uojfd flrlintlis and master Tho last of n series of whist drives! Cyril nrn spending Ihe held by the Women'B Institute was' Lethhrldse. i lions on machine notes, etc., ami see hold on Monday evening, March 22nd. i J'r. Klppen of Kippen was in tov.'n that customer makna proper pro-; Tim winners vvore Mrs. Ulavall iinci on business for a few days this week. n( 5ame D. W. present-time are will, but few paymcnt Uons paper Gold prices had i M[ also risen, Brcatly owing lo the fad nafm _ _ farm ingsr. a'Rlrl: >Tr. itnil .Muv- :al SUrtlnK bnUlontlp.y. ;i bny; Mr. Mrs, F, a hoy; Mr. and ('-has. Harlcuri, n hoy. >Tr. Vfifnon has returned j home hnrn after siiendtng some Tour' ycar.i as a 0. -S. mffislonary In SamtKi. TAKER ANGMCAN OHUHCH SERVICES CREDITS GRANTED I'AHIS. April senate lasl cvt-nliiK adopted a bill prjntinK (he provisional nredils asked liy tlie gov- ernment. There eight voles against tbe measure. TAHEIl. Day ser vices nt St. Theodore's Anglican church will bo held us follows: llnly Communion. S a.m, Jloly.i Comrtuuion, a.m.; .sermon and Holy Communion. 11 a.m.; Imp- .Hums, 12.30 a.m.; Stinrlny school, p.m.; evening prayar and RRrmpn, 7.SO p.m. There will also lie ii service at the achoolliouse at Coal City ai p.m. leonic war prices In Kngland roue 75 per cont. and It took eight years to bring Ihsm down to more normal pro- portions. In tho American Civil War American prices rose 100 per cent, nnd II look 12 years to come back to normal, In the estimation of Sir Auckland Octlncs prices woulil come down when it'e countries that had at war got rid of their paper Inflation and re' Tlie hopts of the people of Koulbcin AlbcrtR nre centrrd on water. The unstable water, art it is proverbially kno-vn, is to he made sUblo, In (hla parlicnlar case UIG people of this of I IIP RVC united on n WM.; pollcj. j Tilt frYfrtitli, in order lo I infirrfagc, inlTind In put R (on'per Ux ou bachelors. Mayor MfinMo's pro posAl !o put oti rxlrn burdnn lumsc'- cm rt-nCil values, woitlrl lo gold payrncnls. They would tho Oxfords That Will Fit the Foot Wr. have Dress, or Walking Oxfords In .widths nud lengths lhat will fit.. You can liavi! thorn" Ih -vvWths-AA lo D hiiu Icnglhs to 8. They will rcmriln, snug and .piiiutort.iH': at, the lijcl. Tliiisc !n the latent In kid, caU'.oi- patent Icnther. BLACKS ANO BRONS ARE Ihnsn over' early nnd rnflke ynnr aofelion for you Look not lie on. A3K TO BE FITTED SH6E.8 FOR ALL AQE9 W. J. NELSOPSI CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING, TORONTO, The beauty of this coat is cer- tainly not in novelty of line hut in the simple beauty with which those lines are tailored. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY BERTKESTER'S MEN'S S'TORE Alexandra Hotel ;