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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 3 I'AUK KOUtt 'Hit; Lfc'iHBhlUUfc; DAIM 11KHAU> THURSDAY; APRIL 8, ttbe letbbvi'OQe Ifoevalb 'flibcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publlihen THS LKTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED tth ttroot South, Lcthbrtdgi W. A. Buchanan PrMtrJent and Manacles Director is tied lo Knstand. ber'ste is n debtor of tho United States, .Her total trade is ivell (he favorable favorable baliuce Ijas 'jeeu mainly with England aud lifts lieon sold largely ou credit. To extent of such credit Cansds'5 re- -unirces are not realizable OH in New I York. Any improvement which j place in sterliiiK iu Now York will i bring with it a rise in the exchange lvalue o( Canadaioti funds. Sterling laud Canadian dollars are more espe- dally connected from tbo fact that England holds Canadian securities lo Do You Know? Jerranc. Busimss of about one and a halt Ibilllons o! dollars. Tbe move (he i pound dejirectates In Cnutula Ihe more TELEPHONES Office Urterlij Office 12J2 inducements is to -TODAY'S QUESTIONS' 1. was the origin of 'Sfnu? S. What does it mean1; 3. How is it prouaunced? t What is Ihe Clan-na-tiael? 5. When was Lelhbridge Incor- porated a clt.vt 6. .Wnat is the ares of the city? WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. were the Fortunate Is- lands? 2. Is origin of tho word "Jack" in Vcion Jack? 3. When did ihe uplcorn become part of Royal Arm's? t. When was the narue Ignited original French i? occupation ot with an of (to lthf German Vt, "XellhsrCreat Britain" la lu a position to undertake largo the kind, for both of us b( pttr jiabilltlee Is an urgent .U According to th'a Staudild, Up- !ted States government itrongly pro- tested against French action anil has further Jeft ths British government under no Illusion concerning UB TU( V4AN i lion, ft B.. tor forging a doctor's name to a liquor prescription. i Fire .destroyed Mrs. Gibson's store and dwelling, cottages, icehouse 'and garage at Fifteen Beach, St. Catharines. ers lo theto Audit Bureau ol Ratas: ly, delivered, per week .....J .16 Their j Kingdom 'adopted? urestam-e ou the other side lends to i Cot- prevent sterling rates from rallies as founded? t low to Canada as In New York. 1 THE LESSON OF THE WINNIPEG TRIAL of expiry of tubjcrlpUoa dally ou addret; label. Accent- of papers after expiration oato oar authority 16 contlaua the IUD- icriptlen. A PLAIN TELLING The- Herald not in the habit of using columns for the purpose o! anything in the way of "bobsdng" any particular showing in Ihe picture or theatrical houses of Ihe city. But pr M Daily, by mail, per year 5.001 of much of the'unrosi and the discon- Weekly, by rear-----.. J.6J by mall, per year to M.S. too famfa gf whal may be regarded as warranted information Is In the utterances of Ihe men who were convicted, previously to sentence being passed on in Winnipeg. The keynote of what they hud to say was. founded on suspicion. It was this very suspicion ibat led to mis- f.pprelieiislon. and with it the impell- ing desire to stir up trouble by breed- ing discontent. However the result of the Irial may be viewed, this fact stares one In the face. ANSWERS 1. Xow called the Canaries. 2. -A corruption of Jscque, a 'sur- coat emblatoued with St. Ceurfec's Crors on which was placed the cress- es of St. Andrew and St. Patrick at tent that are features of tho times, a the lime of the Union of Scotland on public grounds we feel that duty] In making use of the lluerty o! trites in calling altenilon to a film j speech allowed them, the men found guilty In the Winnipeg trial practical- ly all spoke iu the same strain. They in tbe city called "Fit to Win." It Is ft film which has the cmlorsation of the Minister of Ilcailh ol the Pro-1 betrayed not only a strong animus vlnce in the regard us to essential i and suspicion of'what .hey termed the propaganda work it lias the means "ufj capitalistic clajs but spoke In tho doing. spirit of justice, Including In These are ibe days of plain speak-! their condemnation even- the jury, tog, and it is only by attacking it i These men saw. or choose to see, uolh- that- ire can expose is known as-the social evil with the ''disastrous resulls it'brings not only on Ihe individual but on the nation. '_ Hitherto there has been loo much of prudery and too much of a sentimentality in speaking of things which have been regarded as re- pugnant to the delicate or the inno- cent mind. But those .clays Viti tbe evil'brought to light, which the war has served to do in a measure that would not otherwise hare been possible, the open and the unabashed policy has been found to be one of true wisdom. Thero la nothing of the sensual in the film we speak of. It tells a sad human story vfilh an oppalling truth. It' speaksj.silenlly hut forcibly, and thereby cannot but be of great pur- ing-good in those whom they brought themselves to think were, the common enemies of those whom they look on themselves to .represent. The'y. looked on tbo institutions of Justice with the same Jaundiced eyes, and viewed them as biased and prejudiced and in .ind iroland with England. Not fron; Jacijuc, the French for James 1, as popularly supposed. 3. Ever since W03. when the Itoyal Arms with the Lion was supported by the lynlcorn which figured on the Royal Arms of Scotland. Previous to this the Lion on the Koyal Arms of Bngland was supported by the badge of the reigning family. Tho Itoyal Arms of the Tudors. for Instance, bore the Lion and a greyhound In place, of the Unicorn. 4. January 1, 1S01. ivhen Ireland was united to Great Britain lu one' Parliament. 5. A small gummed to tiie temples, called a beau catcher. When men Indulge in the curl the lovelock is called n bell rope, that is a ropa lo pull tho neltes after them. Board of Trade Takes'Matttr up --Easter Was Duly Celebrated The Marqulso do ROUSBV do Sales died'to'Calgary Tuesday. St. Catharines Isolation hospital has Incimfcd their rates. The Romeo Foundry, la Sarula, arc building an extension to their works. BrtatforU will maXv tho iveek of April-2S''to 50 heilth and clean-up weet I. .-Two-thirds ot Brautford's treasury notes, lo the have' bwu taken by citizens. board education appointed Dr. II.' Cunningham as medics! officer to board. arrested Junc- 6. 27ih. 1S29. ('A reader finds fault -with our call- ing the Southern Cross the South Polo star. In speaking of the Southern Cross we refer to the constellation of the name which consists of four stars, the largest of the four Is the polo star of the south.) i CONTINUED F11OM VfiONT the Interests of the "common fairs, that" will-make It difficult for the capitalist. H may.be held that tnese men. were sincere >n their bul H doos not follow that- because they were so that tuese convictions were right or worthy to be respected. By-! much brooding nien can bring them- selves to beliore anything. When we consider the frame of mind- In which those found guilty at the Ir'faY labored, we can they came to.be In tbe poaition.'they were in. pose In combatting the hidden scourge N'o one would attempt to defend the which shows its bead, however much it is stifled in not being regarded as fit for polite conversation. Tho bring- ing of facts forcibly to light in tearing and making open the hidden things which are falsely -.'cgarded as nol to bo touched in pubflc is of infinite use in a campaign which al! clvlllied na- tions have come to learn should be energetically waged. U Is well that tho truth should be proclaimed' even though it may appear distasteful to some. To know the truth is very often the shield and defence of those who. tirough an Innocence ot the tame, are capitalistic class as a whole, but there is no reason, why the general, should be Judged by the particular, t Thoro are evils in all classes of society, as ihey are regarded. This ovil Is 'just as much present in what is called Labor as it Is in Capital. Hut no ono would be so foolish, as to judge Labor aa a whole liy ths cf p. few within its ranks, the same applies the other way or whichever way It is applied. It Is'time there sinking of suspicion In regard to 'men and ir. atllutions. It is time there wes not Our Oirn kuovuv that date 'had been changed. farmers from a distance in to seed agent on Monday day of. last week. .CM they either had to go home or in town until Friday. March finished up with a. pretty stiff fjllziard and inowstorm. pt course-tiie extra sntrw was. welcome, but farmers are wondering when, the weather conditions will allow i ttart on' spring work, for April 1st. found the ground pretty hard from tiie severe trosU of the lest two or three days. Oriou is .in need of a blacksmith; the board are trying to secure one by advertisement in the Herald. Last Wednesday train was! held up for a considerable time about, a mile west-of-town., some cars jump- ing off Iho' track through a rail. Help was procured from Leth- bridge and .the passengers and mail were taken forward about ten hours late. The road was attended to and the damage Iras bean repaired., On Wednesday, -March 31, the en- tertnlnment, which had teen' post- 1 poned on account a! tie. 'flu, was given, jiu.the Orion Union church. The pro- gram commenced with an instrument- al trib by Miss Skelton and Mr. and Mrs. J. Evere.on. There, were recita- tions by Arthur .Pack) Sidney Bggles- IiIUr Jackson ahrl Mrs. make It difficult for Woods and MteB Cress; ,ch_-a commoarunder-'i reading1 by'lirs. Jas. Jackson; two .inlain a solid, j first one called "Down )fr...tl.catlje, Miss1 G.'Skeltpn, (Continued from Front 1-ago.) IrlbuUnc to the health and comfort of: the students aud faculty. Tho very best of materials have gone Into the, rtrnctare, the furniture was Aircraft be used to a greater extent this season in forest fire patrol and forest mapping. Hev. H.'B. Bray, rector of St. John's church, Tuamejford, has been granted two years leave of absence owing to, native of Salis- bury, committed suicide by hanging at the New Brunswick provincial hos- pital, Lancaster. Ales. iSraser, an old resident of NMagara district, passed away at the residence of bis son, Magistrate Kraacr, Niagara Falls. Kitchener Horticultural Society his In a camriaigu added between 400 nnd 500 new members, including roauy factory employees. Hon. W. B. Raney, Ontario attor- ney-general, promised drastic lion to stop liquor running at tho boundary. _ Danfol Theobald, of Stanley Mills', near foil through the floor of a barn on farm In Chinguacousy, breaking his neck. non-partisan, in ihe MilwMkee mi ally fight. To develop sodium sulphate depos its discovered a few tulles north, o Cou.rU Sask., duriug 191S, Soda Depos Its, Calgary, has been tortnei and Is beinc Incorporated. The tie poslta comprlsa about 100 belnj nbout a mile in length, dad yard across, aad cue ot the largest y. J. Peck gave an In- Av-as "cM'cftiJre'd'by'a'vloHn and organ duel Hy'toe'Misses Skellon, which was encored. f At the finish of the program cake and tea and coffee were served, and in spite of-'the" rough weather the church was'well filled, and the funds of the Ladies' Aid helped -by'the -Which amounted to about 22. :Thc Barhy school will be opened in a few days: Miss Skelton (sister of Miss Skelto'n of Orion Consolidated school) has' been-- secured ts.teacherl Good Friday not observed 'as a holiday here, for with.the exception of the bank.'mwt .of. the other things were going on as usual. A CHEERING FACTOR tie ilream of. pyno represeut anil tlioso who LONDON, April opinion _____. j represent Capital, Until Ihis ceases in this morning's newapapars rcgani- The power house and blacksmllh shop is a building one storey high and 43 feet by 130 feet, all of brick. Eight othar buildings, stables, stock pavl- ions, dwellings, elc., have jut to be erected. The contract has not been et 'for this work although the bids are now In. It Is confidently expect- ed that the entire pla.U will be fully ready for the "opening'November i. The contracts were well distributed throughout the 'province. 'Smlih Bros, and Wilson, of Lethbrldge, had the contract for the main building, and 0. C. Potler the power house. Depew, of Edmonton, did the: electrical work, and Ross Brothers, lisa o! ,iho cap'., fal, held the contract for the plumb- ing, and heating. The painting was done by James Harrison, .of Loth- bridge, and of Calgary, did the plastering, and Harper, of Medicine Hal, did (he brickwork on (he power house. Some of these were, of course, snb-conlracts. Thd 'work will heaV the closest scnii tiny. Considering tbo handicaps of inclement weather, the contractors have done remarkably well. Raymond Is justly prottd of the School of