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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AGK FOUR THE LKTHBR1DGK DAILY HERALD She letbbrlboe tbecalb Hioeaa DAILY AND WEEKLY Prvyristori and Publisher! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED MM Hh Street South, Lethbrldgs 'M. A. Buchinan PmMeat and Managing Dlrectcr Torrancs Manajtf will be very inte-resllug in the ultini- late results. It U u plan proposed by Mr. J. T. Gunn. of the Electrical WorK- e-rs' Viiiou. and It lias touutl favor with Maynr Church. The plan of Mr, Gutm is the forrJa- tion of a Uulldlug Guild, the labor to be provided by the Building Trade? 1 rnions. the finances by the cliy, and !tli3 work to be administered by a com- Tlie guild is lo have power to si-cure j contracts from the City Council the erection ot houses in large 1'lcvks, ihe City Council to purchase all ma- terials through the City Architect's i t' -I', v A f. ft Ah TELEPHONES Otfici 122-1 -TODAYIS _.w 1. Wpai the Breeches Bible? r '2. Whnt aulnihl-ls called of a. Who was Sir Hoser de Cover- ley? 1. Why Is Turkey called Iho Sub- lime I'ortc? 6. What is uieaut hy tha "Divlue HIght of was tha drciiusS currency first introduced into Canada? MONDAY'S QUESTIONS mrousu u.r i. What was the origin of the word Department, and at cost. Mr. thai ihe administrative supervisory ttolf on the housing work be supplied cither by the City Anlii- S. What was the Hesira? 3. What does "bearing Ihe mar- ket" mean? I lect or by the Building Guild itself.! I this work to be done at cost. TLe supply of labor is to be c i 4. Why is a Scotchman called Saw- andy? is saU, AudU Bureau ol ClrculHloni Subscription Ratei: Daily, deltmed, per Dsily, i auteed to the by the HuildinF i vyhlch has the greater percent- of silver, tie Canadian or Ihe U. Trades Council. 'The guarantee is tojs. coin? Does tho percentage of ell- include that Buy' workman refusing to! ver ltl9 value o( the pttf "dally on addrojF label. Accept ance after expiration daii l> our authority to continue Ue icriptloo. trades are also to guar- .-.iileo thai the guild shall be supplied with wortson even' it Ills 1. ANSWERS One who carried the shield of a Xow woid 'used la add'resrcs but origlp- oily .only applied to persons legally to .take them other onstruction 'entitled -to tho same, as sons of peers; ytles. and ot THE SECURITY OF IRRIGATION DISTRICT BONDS It would appear that among financ- iers, who may be with kno-v-, ing u gnod thing financially, as well as: .with tht public there Is need ot 'e'rs llas Jusl JM a' (ne a and to what e.'.tenf. upp This' question P.rot. Grand Itaplds, organisti. tialms to the of7S......8e> was put to Premier MilleranJ. by tfic i seek- from ihe movfo siar, i ;lihRs.only u year on.i was put to rremier iumerani.t DJ TIC 7 Echo do I'aris last night, tho premier answering: "England w2e was Franco. I am confident every- "'Jt bases Plllini ground of I thing will work out perfectly.1'. Germany Must Pay Asked who would pay the acident to she, by her acts, obliged us to Kflort to coercion." Occupation of Frankfort, Darmstadt and other German cities lu the uenual one is. generally endorsed by.1.; news'- >apers of all shades ot political opin- on.' It' is recognized the operation be risky and burdensome, hut un- iroidaule in view of the tendencies if tho Derlln government. opportunity presented by tho state- ment of the1 Minister of Railways on the deficits in the National Railways.' It would ho surprising If this were notj HAMILTON GIRL IS SUICIDE; DROWNS IN .EFFORTS'TO SAVE HAMILTON, Ort, Afril alttlng'attfmpte to uve from drowning, Helen TrombUy, of. comrnitted suicide Sun-. dayjbV Jumping Into bay..'Her''.' actions prior to the suicide at- tracted attention and persons telephoned: to the pellet, jhist; the she took 'plungt 'wf kh it wai "had'.'been rcorttamplatlrtir. (no. principal, inoustrv 01 uanaua uu auainjams u LUIC uuti _ naq.oeen coniampiatmg. should rank second oiily to those case: When ilr. D. D. McKcnzIe.l Applications Made by 6l Bovaj she pushj. have all branches of industry for, se- curity. In tbe Letbbrldge Xorthern irriga- tion district there is power given to to "improve the shining hour." he was only testifying to the possession, per- haps, in a greater measure, of the human nature that exists lu those who levy taxes to meet its obligations, are known u human barnga. There- This places its bsr.ds on a parity, so are. men who gloat on saying "I tola far as security lies, with municipal you and when, as it appears to bonds. In this provision it ccvers the stipulations made by the Monetary Times, "If the district has the power to levy faxes to meet Us obligations it virtually be a municipality and its bonds municipal securities." It Is well that (his aspect of Ihe Irri- gation bonds should he realized and that the public the financial mind them, the working out of things goes Sunday Observed in Sugar Town RAYMOND. MarcU public school cadet corps has been reorgan- iied and 67 husky lads, Canadian men of tomorrow, have rufide formal appli- cation lo Join the.iiQ'L.. flnn.i, arnnn.1. nition, uniforms arid other equipment on the lines of their anticipations and: ij on the way and actual drilling will beliefs, can he allowed1 commence immediately, on ilg arrival. some eicuse wheu. witn infinite they give eipression to the venerable phrase In so many words. In this "re- spect we can afford to be generous in giving human nature'its due, and EO pardon the little foibles which nre so regard them, as they should be re- j common to all of us. jarded, as equiv.ileni lo Municipal In Siving the financial history of honds. Much o! the misunderstanding the National Railways during year to the nature of irrigation bonds jl'ast, Hon. Dr. Ktid concealed noth- would be Ihcrcby removed and iiiuj'-S- was t straightforward slate- proper security value placed on these bonds. Mr. Duncan WeaVer, lite of the Cana- dian naval unit on the Pacific, and now a member of the school staff, will have charge of the cadet work. In connection with this movement, com- petition In the Dominion marksman contests for buttons will he held. The cadet drills are designed, primarily lo give the bo'ys needful discipline and self-reliance and to provide the physi- cal education essential to the develop- ment of an all-round, mcifern boy. Easter Sunday was..( appropriately celebrated in the churches --here- yes- .it p.way.VA boathook.kwas It caught her Ing. but she nulled the.hook -and sankjnot'io rise again. The police yrere unable to re-j Vcovsr her but they securtd' hat, and It was-Identified by 3 sister'of the dtceised. BRITISHHlg SPEND i EASTER HOLIDAYING AT SEASIDE RESORTS -LOXDON, ipril CanadUTu pita' tie ab tcuco of cheaplrallroad fane and the high cost of'everrthlUii "tils year was a record Easier for holiday-mak Ing away from-hotce, Seaside resorts are crowded but the out has been extremely forbidding Holiday-makers at Hut! dersfield, Oldham andi'ssveral towns have muchrlnconTeDlenced by Hie strike of street car worken o; settle- nt and non-support. ...-Servant .a definite rft-grbup.or- ganized thVfirs't "Servant Girl Cluh" "Why, Germany obviously, since Teef "po" a fashlon- German refugees, the majority p{ thorn; wealthy, aro gathering on the north- ern Swiss frontier and unsuccessfully detnandlng entrance Into Switierland. The rtrugees declare they consid- ered the occupation of Frankfort and other southern German cities by Ihe allies a question of only a few days 'therefore, are -anxious -to leave lermany. Citizens Indifferent April :jatedj o'cl'o'ck this morii'-' Ing, which was anticipated since last the slreeta les'e'rted, as Is usual-at'suchian early people In'tlie streets passing indiffereiice. afte'r da'yllgiit tho'. A fariper drove Into (jreerifieM, on .busineBS, iiccqpipanled by his wife.: His erraiids drove horjip, for-' getflug his .wife..Slie went homu In taiicab at his expense. After an unsuccessful search for his barn, -witch was carried away by 'a'flood, a Ffinnsylvanini farmer adver- 3r it. It.was located, practically miles down the stream. Men's clothing made out of cow's hair will soon rival the sheep declare agents of a Pottsvlllo, packing company, who have been experiment- ing with the product. Two newspapers who lold how eggs; .were thrown in a church, when a womnn was lecturing, are be- ing sued for .-libel, for the woman What is Home Without Music? WHEN you can buy a gen uine VIctrola from us for why delay f U gives you access to all the over selections In Ihe Free Catalogue for It. Easy terms lo those ivho de- Eire them. Ylclor Record? piny perfect- ly on any machine using fibre or steel needles. Cclmirtl of lion issued by Gen its .ppcaranca'bn th's principal bill boards of tho city, arpnnd'- which' .-gathered groups. of people on their way to their usualr'occupa'iiori.'1 VGermaii regular ofywhom in the neutral zone hat! heen tolerated by the allies, withdrew yesterday, afternoon aad.last evening.'-, "Occupation 'of -the neutrarzone be- tween rranltfort and Darmetadt was proceeding quietly this morning What About Shoes for the Family? profit very great extent having the requirements of the'family early, as warm comfort- a Besides this tho fact 'Uiat you will pay more" for your shoes later-ou should bo an Indut'enierit lo-purchase now. .We have the slyle -and tho price to suit all rerjulre- merits. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES X NELSON CO. SHER'LOCK BUILDING terday, antl..lormy.Is The Monetary Times draws :itlcu-! weighed iu the balance ot tion lo the necessity c'Canadian bond jln ihis circtiaislances. as related houses conFideriug the merits ol Itlc Minister ot Haihvays. claim a gatiflc bonds. To quote it: "Cj.iadfan j fnir of tliouglit. Again we have bond houses will do welj to romenibcr thai tbe railways when the merits of irrigation homls, for it m'er bv tue Government wera probable, that considerable r.xuunU-- i means rosy concerns piiylug div- will be coming on the market' during' rather tht-y were very much fne next few years, and unices wns misfortune or. are educated as to the merits oflof ('nese (1lal forced the Gavcrn- llie securities, tbe business -will gojnient io adopt Ihcni, In tlie Interests across the line." 'ot lne country and of Ihe public, lenv- Qlioticg tbe example of a lending a3idc 'J10 consideration ot the Canadian bond IIOUFC. iu a reply EiveuU'olicy of public ownership.- It may lo an inquirer as to financing one ofillnve we" nce" lnat )lai1 lho clr' the Irrigation issues, that it ivould! ''umstances ol those railways been wait until tie proposition was were- ancl lhis particularly.; pcil Inlo shape, wiih the proviso of a lo whal known as the government guarantee, etc., hirfore ul Canadian Xorthorn, Ihe opportunity could advise the inquirer. Iho Mono- Instituting the policy of'rmbllc own'- tary Times mates (his obserrallon: t'r3hil> liave too long dc- of- the. public1 school ;ary tuaclicrs' convention.; More of the teachers from llayniond would .liave gone had hotel In Calgary been avallabte. _.. Among Iho excursionists to Utah this week were noted PresMent Allen. V. U. W, Brewerton, Clar- FIGHT; AGAIN :FOR HUDSON BAY LINE OTTAWA.-iVprll Canadian pollby'.of to nny cxpenditurej on large cons'iruc- tlonal to be adopted by 30 or more .western members of .the ence Allrcd'.fand. lira: O'llrieni Mrs 9! commona unless the govern- Kicks and Mrs. Paul Itedd. ment decldp.a to put the completion ot Councillor O'Brien Is confined Boy. railway In line ot his bed rjulto ill. Hie eon. Jesse with the Wellatid cansl. the- Dnnti.of Montreal stiff, ie nlso off lhc Trenl caiial- other schemes work ill. TO AGAIN BRING UP COMPULSORY PHYSICAL TRAINING IN HOUSE lioanvfhlle, United StaleM houses ire aclively negolhiiing for Ihe While most ol It would no douM he layed. Necessity ocoaaioned tho icy, and nccessily will no doubt In. tlie sold to Investors 'here, II would lie clo- filrablo lo have some part r-f Ihe ksiiy placed In Canada, nnd for Ihis poie it should be brought to Hie end be proven to liave been a wise mother. As R trial of public ownership, the clio.rt-n by the Government tlon of the Canadian public through an Inauspicious one. cor fsntmsnt on Ilils aide.; tlie tangled clrcumslanccs and condi- bmicls are new Ihlng; in lions of what arc distinctly abnormal the Dominion, nnd hence it noiil.l ap- j limes. But ilio tjovcrnmeiil was the pear that there te a needless hensloti over Ihoir seciirily. It woul I be well that both the public am] Hie bond houses In Ihe country grasp HIRT tru5 slsnlflcanre, clsi, ibc gooJIicri'Sts of satitcment nlonc in Iliiug tor Ihe Canadian invcslor will country wberc development mny In be found to have (tot licyond his ruaito to have only commenced then! rrefltdre of ciircurnatances in having to lake tljiiign an they came, in the nr- fxpcrlence of the lines which liii.'tcd into its posaessitni. In iu- in its passing into other liandi acr the border. Tliere is no reason in tiie norld why Irrigation bonds shoidcl not was nothing else In do in preventing the had becoming worse. Tho deficits will hove to bo met. ami .which will call for large 'of public money. It waa also announc- 'cd torisy that several delegations frorn western boards of trade aro poml'rig to Ottawa within the next two 'weeks to urge completion of the Hud' son Bay road, as well as, a deputation tram the Manitoba government OTTAWA. April Canaaiiw Advocates of compuUory physical training for tho'youtig riie'n ot Candiia are not a bit .by tlie shelving of the resolution 'disciis- sed for an afternoon commons last week. One spoke in support of the scherrtu'lo cSftf- pel young men between llio'agei'pT, IS and ye.ira lo undergo R-34 NOW.'OBSOLETE March (By dirigible; airship, R 34 whicdr 'croaaeil to 'America, IB declared to be an although she wni not nad Iraris-Atlan Sh'lp, the liiireaf.te iV U at lltfj hot to pnly for "eiperlrn'aiita' tbe object of wliicli 'Is the tiie country in case of need, stflfed to- onr work. Headaches arc frequent nnd difieslion is imperfect because there is larking the' nervous energy required lo run the digestive machinery. Under'iueii conditions Dr. Chase's Nerve caii dp wonders for you if you use it conscientiously for a I Us bcncfil-s come in the most rational and natural way imaginnble for it feeds the starved nnd exhausted nerves buck lo health and vigor.' This result, is accomplished through the tnediuni of the blood, liy actually forminc new rich blood, Chase's Ncrvo Food nylon's vitality of the nervous system, .nut) (hereby instils new vigor and energy iiilo I hi) "whole iinmnn body. is improved, headaches dis- apjitin, sleep iiiitundiy nnd know again the joy 'of good health. A.ik yo.ur friends nboul Dr. Chnso's Nerve I'ood. tt is so universally used as a means If your work rniicli ronccnlralion iif hiiilditig up thp exhausted nervous system of the mind, you experience "brain foK" ihnl most popple rnn tell you of ils merits, ond find yourself losing grip on llie task in hand. SO i-is. (i box, all dealers or Erlrrjanson J5ates Co., Ltd., ;