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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR i'HK USTHHHILHtK UAU.i KKFtAtft MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 ttbe Hlbevto DAILY AND WEEKLY Do You Know? TO-pAY'fi QUESTIONS Ji; 'k 1. What was origin'of ths littrd 3. the mnr Praprlttort and Publlihtri tHI L.ETHBRIDGE HERALD MINTING COMPANY, LIMITED US Street South, Lcthbridgi W. A. Buchinaa and Managing Direclcr Whut does "be mean? Why Is a Scotchman called Saw- ;ney or i-sudy? TELEPHONES Office UlUrli) Office 1252 Mtinfctr Audit Bureau of Subscription Ratci: ixSly, dellrered, per week ..J delivered, per yenr .....7.50 Dilly, by msll, per year 5.W Wwily, by mill, per year...... J.bO 'T, by mail, par yea.- to U.S. 2.00 tariu. in to Ihe Stales for ;Ueir fuo! supply. are matters which have appealed lo all thoughtful nn-u. But thought alone, will never sat -wy-j whore. Action Is abundantly needed in line with what cannot be denied to; j lie x pntilwal and a beneficial policy.; i The1 writer referred to encloses i clhiping covering extracts from an I address of >lr. P. W. Gray, an expert, j j delivered before (ho Cunadlan Mining the of anthracite coal, of which age 5nver, the Canadian or tho U. IVimtalen Is short. Is not a s. coin? Does the percentage ot sib rllv hut a luxury, lie points out thut'. ver differ with tbe value o( the colat Europe alonB wllh sATUBOAvToOESTIONS coal anj It can bo hardly ai'fut-d that ,he m Can. [anthracite is Indispensable in those aita ever see the Southern Cross In i districts of Canada thai can te sup- oar skUs? i plied with bituminous, coal from Can-: of tip Southern mines. [Cross now? To gel over the situation of ihe de- 3. if the world lasts long enough pende'ice on American coal in parts will the people In Caiiaila ever he I of CsnaJa. par.Icularly lu the Indus-j get a glimpre of the trial areas, and to cultivate Hie use of j 4' 5lar Arrangements For Districts Mark faster April week has been a stormy one. with snow, frost, nud wind, but a one for the coun- try, as the moisture lias been kept iu the ground and more added lo It. There Is also a 'six-inch covering ot suow. which will make an additional amount ot moisture, and assure the crop. Everyone who has land is making pre- parations for seeding every acre. Seed wheat and oats are uoW fiffmlis for the freight rates from any mine i what constellation was It located for-1 tho organized districts, but Up to date uo one represents these the The regular meeting of the council DAUB of explr; ot subscription ap- pear dally on ad'lrcs? Ir.bel. Accef fence of papers after expiration If our authority to conttuuD Ino icrijtlon. -IprcvaiHng from tbe mines lu tbe i ohlt o( iu C. P, It. turned? was the first sod of the States to tho Ontario. Why should we noi, asks the writer, j ;.ri jointly with Hoards of Trade and THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY AND A LETHBRIOGE FAIR The silence ot the Agricultural Soc- iety In regard to n fair in to fuyjior! action other interested organizations; In Al-Uisunl way. herta to secure the enunliza-1 tlon ot freight rates. A step towards j ar a little abstruse, hut they have submitted to Tho Herald for re- accordingly appear ia the 1. Yes. ANSWERS Quite possible in the Sis- paganda to the same ,aa they apply to con! from Alberta mines lo My point In Ontario and to coal from the Pennsylvania mines to Ihe same lialKiF. It would also be a very dcslr- tiKvards nWc policy to conduct an educational campaign in present Eastern anthra- ;sjil in >t --burning centres lo demonstrate iu nlc thai eflicieney, economy, 'and satisfac- irho will he only too plureil We- tan hR obtained from tho use of a hand In gelling a fair sains; hut hltumlnons coal as compare.! to an- wllh the present curious posliiou of' thracito. This, at the same lime. Agricultural Socieiv beiiis would mean the developing of our nut- is under tho present IncomprehenFlhle. It is lu control o? thi fair buildings, anil, unless it nerij out by ihlj ir. Is Impossible for niiy othcv hody (if individuals lo itiako :t move holding a fair in tlu> ciiy. According to i- the llerahl, the.i'o arc this would he the potilioninK of our i stani ageB to .what Is known and pro- as Ihe "precession of the equinox" or the shifting of the equinoctial points. independence, the conserving oi national wealth, and the providing Ve.-flon of the (air buildings resources, tho ohtaining of econ- hands are- lied; There is not a doubt the ular in LetbbrUteo Is thai labor tor added popula- be held this vear. This cannot be poEsiblo EO long as' the Agricultural "The Edmonton Board of Trf Is Society bars the way, as it has the cnpisins. itself in co-operation wllh appearance ot doing. It is time .thai Wlanipeg branch o[ tbe'Canadlan Ihis society mede-some of pro-' Manufacturers' Association In'endeav- nouncement, at all events, so that we oring to obtain facilities for introduc- should know where we are at In the to think about a We do not think lhat it is ihe -alii- ling Alberia coal inlo Ontario. The matter of a (air for Ihe city.- Time! nuesllon is well asfced why not add Is going on and it will soon be too late! tho whole hearted support of the l.ethbriclEO Board ot Trade and that of Associated Boards of Trade through- tilde of the Agricultural Society lhat out '-he Province, a fair should not ho held ia" the city. I HernM has referred to the mat- But the sile.nce Is maintaining anilMpr of Alberta coal for eastern mar- Its present inaction lay It open to the before, and so far as co-operation construction that it is not exercising 1 Is concerned for mr.king this a prac- Itself overmuch over necessity for Heal thinx will be only too gla.1 to a fair. This we hardly can suppose, j Bive its support and unite public la an imputation that It would willing-] hollies and others In a policy for dc- court, and it shouM not lent! ilaclf veloping the coal resource; :s of whlt-h with has on effect on the migratory movement of the earth's ails. The precession Is a slow motion of Ihe line of Intersection ot the celestial equator, or equinoctial, and the ecilptk-. which causes Ihe posl of the. municipality of. Bright wan held on'Satucday all the members wera present. The repi- lar business of the council was trans- acted, passing accounts with regu- lar jorderSj (or thn month.' A motion u-as' passed .making it compulsory for every farmer who receives seed grain from, tbe municipality to insure the crop against hail, and iu favor of .the municipality, or if made otherwise, to be signed pver to the municipality This was-a unanimous vote. Applica- tion vrab'.ijnadejto have tbe road he tweeii sections JO and IT, In township 7, range the 4th, opened up so that living south and-went may roadway land. 4pmo discussion it wai> lion of the sun at the equinox to move! decided work done, auc backward rate of i ari] or westward at the mean j the cqmrnltteerinstructed to arrange if 50.25" per year. The .pole star, for it at a date as possible. that is the star towards which the earth's axis points, shifts owing to precession wllh a very mirior eBect'by tiutallon. Owing to precession also, tho signs of Ihe zotiiae are traversing paths through the constellations, or, in other words, the constellations are shifting wllh regard to tin equinoctial points. 2. As we conceive of the sfcy. at dot-s not consist of yn entire sphere hut only'as a hemisphere bounded by the horizon. The two parts of the sky are tho. visible hemisphere which Is above the horizon jitid the' invisible I- lui ii ill aa a UULO a3 Hay and feed of all hinds Is-very scarce. Dealers'reporl that oat sheaves are still frozen'to tha ground, and.hard to be moved. The roads are also re ported bad. for hauling. Hny'ts being sold as high as per ton for caeteri timothy. ...The. outside munic! Ipalllles got in touch wilh Premie Stewart regarding tlielr seed .grain and who would look after their Inter ests, in .tbe .Macleod districl, wllh the Tciull that' tt Bright, urer, of Bright Municipality, Is appoint fef By the-department t'o'care for them yisit to.Mac Icod made'several of the men happy and' {en of jhjni are' now -..-coring decorations1 r arms. and her niece who in Call rob' honw and are belle which IB below it. On tho side tit the ln jhls important matter, sphere opposite to the Kortii Coles- llnl It the South Pole Invisible In ihe norlhern terrestrial hemisphere but visible iu the southern one. This ex- plains why ths people of Canada can- not see tho Southern Cross, which Is th.j South Pole Star. Yea. Tho anwer Is covered-by the two 4. In about the year 2700 B. C., the Chinese'observed Draco as the pole star. At present, the Pole the constellation of Ihe Little-. Be: (Ursa If will be so uuill'tl year 3500. 5.' Humble pie [Province. To the city, with coal who fully holievelmines In immediate vicinity, tlw j dais to this regard. There that a snutll fair on asric-ultural 1apy-new 1 ---in added, whlcti will appeal to 'th j tor the.gir thfe cooking-line, and the tc really 2SZ. e next speaker. Ha alao appke of e. dualities ot the deijeas- and the re-uhlttog of-loved-oues hereaftBr, j Hale, wn'e XAmmoa-Mercer and Bishop Hirtter both, tore strong testl-i onles ot Ihe life lo eoiuo and after singing ot the choir, tho benedlc- ou was pronounced by William H. Indley. Tho flowers were, many and eauttful aud the family wished to ipress their thsuks lo ail who had een so ktntl daring tHelr sad'oereave- eht: The Byrapathy of the entlr6 immunity goes out to the wifo and reo family which are left. The closing exercises of tho Young en's and Yo'Juj Ladles' Mutual Im- roveiuent Auoclatlon were held on evening. A short program as rendered utter which dancing aud general good time was had by all. his ends the winter work for the oung men hut tho ladles continue on urlng tho summer months. A bunch of ladles met and happily urprlsed Lav-lea 1'oulsen on Monday Itemoon. Lunch was served and ooj time, had. lome of lire. Ida Wood on Wednesday vening to have one more plnlc tea he- ore Ehe left on her visit to the south. School- closes today for the faster {olldays and some of the teachers re going to Calgary, to. altcnrl the eachers1 convention, which will Ih'e eld. there all next week, Tho weather man hates to see irln- er go. We had a big snow stprm eeterday andJt Is snowing lo- ay. The Victory Loan Committee met i'Tuesday night: The United Farmers aro giving a ijuirrel tall dance on night, kprll utbi Everybody welcome. BICKED UP IN .SSING' FPX'TBK MAN vlnclal general clcclloii will be held) before tarvest. About will tie event in lii> proving the plant ot the Niagara, pi. patharliiea ami Toronto railway at St Citharlnes. Dr. T. sur- geon, who has practised In Thorn- PI9WIPS commenced In since 1904! has disposed of his iethtown township.'near HrpckvlUe. More than 50.000 farmers motor Clicks U. As J. Hobertsou ol Belleville weie crossing the O. P. n. r. I ut level crossing near the i-lty, theli G.- Delisle, member fo> St. JIaur- motor-car was struck by a train and Ice In tho Quebec Legislature, Is dead. 'dragged a hundred feel or more. Mrs. Robertson being Instantly killed ani Former County Court Judge C. R. the doctor seriously injured. Hanning of Waterloo county, died at Preston. A special M. C. R; train made the 225-mile run from Windsor to Buffalo In IS! minutes. Win. J. Mllllken. C. P. R. section foreman at London, dropped dead while (laying with his children. two new-1 lire', figniing machines costing v Si DEATH OF (From Own WRBNTHA'M, April H'ath Bererly, roungest daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. iValter Rockenback, died JIarch 23rn, flged fifteen months, after an llnew of about two weeks. -Tlio futf- sral was held on Wednesdny. ct tho louse. The remains were interred In Vrentham cemetery. 'Tho roads. werp fery muddy, but there were'.a numher ot the friends and helghbprs' at tho funeral. The "Ihlle one has 'left [this world'df sin aid sorrow, a rid. planted to bloom in Goij's garden'. iThe sympathy ;of air' goes', out to 'lie be- reaved ones. Tho concert and dance at tho Owens Echoolhduae was well attended. Every- one enjoyed a good time. Ths Lndies'.AId mel'st the tiomo of Mrs. F. Ij. Jones on March 25th. >tr. .lohn Hersehe had a car of hay In Wrentham last wfiPk. H. O. "Rollng to move to Lethbridge, "having sold his farni and bought' a housb'ln Ijelhbrldge: Gait 'cofpqration ''c'mjiloyes have asked, for 65 'cents an hour and an olghl-holSr 'day. lhlsves b'foko. into 'Ta v fs I ecic post office and stole.'! tnoney and'postage stairips to in'c value oJ 1600. .The Conini'erce Motor" tar '.Co., 'ot Detroit. 'wlU. ,1-i-cn a branch factory In Oiielph, BOb.'nien. Jas. Uilles. Preston, while 'driving his automobile, was struck by a street car 'in and severely" !u- jured. The Niagara District Industrial Association will hold a congress In St. .Catharines In the first week in August. Donald D. Graham, an ex-warden of Middlesex, hnd reeve of Jlosa Town- ship, died suddenly at his home in Glencoe. Hou. T. C. Morris, Premier of Manitoba, announced that the pro- Thousands Have Chosen the Mason Risch W rl'TH dozens of different mates to choose, frqra. tliere must be a good reason why this Instrument Is so popular. That reason Is tho quality of ile- lone. The famous Mnsou fc. Risch costs less than you think. Ask for prices and easy paymont terms. Style Booklet free. Blisk Oifqi-ds That Will Fit the Foot We have Dress or Walking Oifords in .widths ami lengths that will fit You can have them in widths AA to D and lengths to 8. ?They; vjttl remain'snug and 'comfortable at tho heel. .'rThe'se .In-thej latest, styles-and In kid, calt or patent leather. BLACKS AND BROWNS ARE FASHIONABLE. Look theso over early and make your selection for you may nol'be. successful laler on. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES X NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING cial attention. Jlaclebd district livestock value iiave been much increased.hy the pu chase of several high-class bulls b some'of the Chester, J.v Jfte'Harnerj 'an others. Saturday was Violet Day for the ho pltal, and the girls were out brig early and out their sloe! quite early In the day. The trensu of the Hospital :c riclied by a very handsome sum. Easter Suuday In the churches lu ilacleod was very special. In the" Presbyterian church there was spe- cial music by tte choir, and Sacra- ment in the morning. The Church o( England held their Easter service In the morning, with Communion. In.' the Methodist church in the morning the young people's choir "their special service. The -Sunday.- school held an open session, with a good pro- gram, the best in i 15 history. In the' Woulrf bo inleresling to know. ___ _ OTTAWA, April (By Canadian! evening a splendid program was gtve 0 1 Press) No 'word has been received by" the senior choir, fend a very special pulley the city will pursue in to Henderson Park. lhfi In Ottawa of any change ln' which the Prince of ma he' EOIUC (leflnito statement. silent policy at present adopted reasonable. t MAKING MARKETS FOR ALBERTA COAL A reader who nppears to have j'hlghly welcome, given Ihe H very careful ami! Intelligent consideration lias written I Wales would visit Canada on turn from his lour of the antipodes, mis royal highness did not propose to !do more than visit his ranch in Alhcr-, j ta for a short rest during his Canadian i visit. No flcfnlto program has been [arranger! up to-dnte. but it wns im- Intimation from the Agrlcul- derftobrt that the voynl party would .ural Sociptr an what Us M- s- nt Vancouver i a (tout tho middle of October next, trav- In to Ihe fair would oiling straight to Alhorta, 'i "Home sw'eet honie, The Tlomn Rule Bill does iiol Ecem as If It IB going fo bring this to Irelnnd. tor Ihe day by tho pastor, Rev. W. A. .Mrs. T. Martin and her (laughler spent Busier with her mother in Letb bridge. us on the coal situation in Canada and There fs much responsibility at- tached to ilrlring-a motor cf r, aril Ihe visiting only in the most informal woy cn route. lit? stay at thn ranch near Jllvcr will not ho very long in any j Alhcrla. lie asks (or the support j Connor PVITV far driver i car senscti ims rn-. nt-ross Cjnad.i in NoTCinbcr next, I of the Herald nnd that of Ihe Hoard s-ponslblllty tho better it will be for iilioarning the Honown .at i hound, ANNEXATICH of Trade In helping In thn campaign In general. tor bringing homo the slogan "Only Canadian coal for Canadian stores and furnaces." To this is lacked on the Important prtposition, so far ns we are concern- ed, of extending the market for Al- hertft coal within the Dominion. Tlio wfitcr rlghlly urefs that In regard to railway mileage por capita Ctinaila pro raU exceeds ail other nations In the world. Ttils being so a greater use should he made of the ftltuallon. Unrlng rmr ?prlns and 'ttimmcr inonthp, hn points out, a large proportion nf our railway cars ia going cast empty and lhat (his period should be tillllzod for the shipment of Alberta coal to Eastern Canada. He argues ihal with this policy there will ho the resultant proapority for Can- adian railways In which 09 Canadians There should ho what may he term-1 auto driving cthlca Instilled into Ih-.1 mind of every nulo driver. An campaign In this direc- WON'T. RENOUNCE tion wmiH do murh lu prevnntins what regard es ohiioxio'iis en- forcements of furlher speed restrict- ions within tlit> flty Here is work for the local auto clulj TRIESTE. April nf Flume as an independent woiiiil not mean the renunciation of f aritioxniinn to llaly. to i inu'lo by tlie fbter of Cap tain Garirlulo ilV.iinimzlo'o cabinet. Last Honors To .Late W. Snbeyj r Worthy Tesiimqmes I i Trfim nrir Own MACHATH. April Wood p.nd Ictt tills morning for Uountl- i fcld, Utah, whsro sho Is going to Urpnnd a few month's vlaltlng. her pan Among others ICarlnff lo at- leml llw lj. 8. conference in1 SaH j Lake City this month were Ammon ____ 110MK, Aiiril re- Mercer. Sr., Mrs. Emily Hudson, Mrs. Ftriotiom- on _tho use of meal, bread.! Harry Holt, Jlr. and Mrs, P. Tan. In roEard in the aetlrm nf the nnrl wrrc annciiDcml today and 1'rcs. B. J. Wood, erlcan ScnoU' in sllrlilng ils fingers! '.n a Issued liy tbo Bovemnient, FOOD RESTRICTIONS IN ROME into the Irish pic. In tho resolution' passed reteiitly, Ihe Spokesman i of mnat Is prohibited on sounds tho rational note when "The Senate was n Improper and r.hort sightol untl Fridays. ACCIDENTALLY KILLED The funeral sen-ices for Ihe late William Sabay were held In the meet- ing house yesterday nftcrnooi with a large, crowd In attendance. I.cvl Harkcr was In charge and after (he chhir singing, the. opening April 3.--C, Harvey. 3 pr.iyor was rendered by Orson O. moildllr.z vllh Mm f, n forc.inait. was Inslantly hVrxillcy. Put. John I.. Olhh was ihe meddling vllh Ihn problem nf M, 1Ws TCort had ,hc ,4 Xacharlr-. IlE.-itito (nnnty. while re-iily for yrars iiml also the parents and fays: mosl another nnd we now have, a dlrci esl. Further that pursued there wil benefit of asserting anil domestic making poeelblt thu national Indcpsn-i the surest dtnce of parts of such as On- hirr friendly jiowcr If other Jo os Lanadians arc to eipccl other !o kocpj :ilflv'nP hla Ke was alone: Kramlparents 'on 'both stiles ami Ihey rect national Inter- their fingers or our affalrri rvo 1 yollllB hclnS away.jhiid all l-ocn, as we had found Bro. 11 Eiieh a policy tsimntt ml tho oxamnl.- relatives. Hi- wan [Babcy, honest.-upright, honorable and accrue the more i- n n from thn n'lrt hcii people, their word being aB accrue the moic.l, Ol flr.pers n-it of ihHvini; on his knees to remove hln Kooil as Tho choir then Thai, Is unr: i whpn Ihn (aught nf avnldinc iir' and tlm luillct stnicl; liiim In hfuri. Xflghbora later dlS' Ws- Ki'ly. very beauHfully rendered the song, ''Our Heavenly, Father Knots'1 with Bryon Tanner singing the solo parl. Bro. W. Jacobs of CarJston was Do not forget to file your ErLComeipTstx Return on or before 30th of April, 1920. Dominion of Canada Department of Finance A LL persons residing Jn Canada, em- ployed in Canada, or carrying on business in Canada, are liable to a tax on income, as 1. Every unmarried person, or widow, or widower, without dependants as defined by the Act, who during the calendar year 1919 received or -earned Jl.OOO or more. 2. All other individuals who during the calendar year i919 received or earned or more. 3. Every corporation and joint stock company whose profits exceeded during the fiscal year ended in 1919. Forms totb-I returns on te before the 3flth of April, 7 ALL INDIVIDUAL Mcr thnii farmers and ranchers'must use Form T 1. y. FARMERS AND RANCHERS must use Form T IA. CORPORATIONS and joint stock Companies must use Form T 2. Penalty F.itty I'tTMti rc-qiilrtil to mate a rclutn, -who to do in Blthln the lime Ifnih, ihall lie. tr> J ptn.nhy of ftr centum of Ihe amount of the Ut pa j able. Any wliclSer taiabTe, or otliernljf, who In make a teciirn tr provide Tniorma- lion sJuly required ect'ftrdrnft fo the proHslon of tfie Aliall liable on summary comktlon In n f.cnariy of JIOO for Mrh J.iy rlurlhfj which Ihe Jefuult cohtlnuu. Also any making a (atte statement In any return or fn tny Information required bf ihe sSall lio liable, on nummary conviction, to rf penally nor etc re Jin 4 or fo nit months'imprison- ment or to liotli fine and General Instructions. Obtain Forms from the Inspectors or Asslstatijt Inspectors of Taxation or from Read carefully all instructions on Form before ailing it in. 1'reyiay postage on letters and docu- ments fonvardcd by mail to Inspectors of J.Inkc your returns promptly and avoid penalties. Op TAXATION, 1 CAMJAKY, ALTA. R. W. BREADNER, Commissioner of Taxation. ;