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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TIJUllSDAY, APH1L i, 1920 THR.'-T'MBRinriE DAFIY HERALD FIGURES IN TURKISH SPOTUGHT Ilcvenue- in 1919 Reached turcs Show Big i I LONDON, April i chequer returns for the financial ended show revenue of pound) sterling, an Increase of pounds over preceding year. The ex- penditure was poundV, showing a decrease of pounds. The year's expenditure therefore was more than pounds in ex- j' ccac of tlie revenue. WOMEN'S DEMONSTRATION FOR IRISH FREEDOM WASHINGTON, April Iwniers urging frcc-dcm for Ireland, u dozen women attempted a dcmouslra- ikm before congress They wero from Ibe cftpUol grounds by 'the "tiollco beforo reaching the eapl- ;tul. April 4th. Doors Orien at 9.30 14-PIECE ORCHESTRA VOCALISTS1 Children'Under 18'Not Grantod Arfrhfssfon. On the lett is Gen. Sir Gecrse V. Milne, of the British Army, command er of the ollled forces occuityinsr, Constantinople. The Turks are, top, lelj to right: Aha Hilmi Pasha and Cenern) Tachl I'.isha, who have been placed under arrest. Bottom: Komel I'asha, head of the Turkish ration- alist movement, which is causing the trouhle. I UNSOLVED EGG.SHEU- RIDDLES i proct of freshness and purity. There Is one thing- on (Ry John T. llartlett In New York the average will show Iha suiierior- Outlonk.) J itj- of one color. Thai hasls ot com It is hard to any why certain Darts' 1'arlson leans toward the brown egg's 1 or the United States prefer white I favor, because the hrown egg varieties eggs to brown, whllo in other typically larger birds tiiun tite hrown oggs have the preference, nos- J >vhEte egg varieties, and average to ton, for example, la a brown egg city, I larger eggs. Most market white and because such preference far from' eggs, for example, are produced bj being of slight account, are of decld-' While 'The L'eghofn'is a cd importance, this market Invariably I small hen. pays egg producers several cents aj experienced chipper dozen more for brown eggs than for: knov.-s, better than to ship nilscd egg's white eggs. -N'ew on the other'to market, for the market Is hand, is a white egk mimic ibiauu1 I t t IL i egg. SImnarily, It ls 1 the amount of colorlne matter riddle to explain thesoiwllh whk'h they supply egg shells AI1201ILES France Gets Patent; Britain Eager To .Use It PAItlS, lAprll Mase, a PrencL inventor, yesterday sold to fcOTernment the pateut of a new long ranee which, after thorough shown it has an effective range of from 100 to 120 miles. The shell of this terror-deal- ing; weapon leaves Ltio muzzle at speed of about 4178 feet a second. George announced In the British parliament recently that England -.had beep, negotiating with France to obtain the right to use the plaus of the gun. The Beigiea eoxtrnmeat is now nunufaclurjns a similar cannon at hioge. American military attaches In written to the Uelglau government asking that Aiuorlcau representatives may be allowed to obMJTO (he Jests. Iq connection with