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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGK TEX THE UttTulfi.llxSE OAirA' HERALD MONDAY, Al'RIL 1'2, l'J2 AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and PubHiKtri THE LETH8HIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 126 !th Street ?outh, 'W. A. Buchanan Preili'ent ami iUnatlug Uirectcr John Terwnce BUiiiwsi iUnige !a spirit of. tuauk.ulucss for what lies been CoasiJtM-iDg ttit' lot-.-1, nature of the Irrigation project, compared to tbe rest ot the Province, and no'. dUresarJius entirely the ot the rest of the ii would j have been easy for the Government ftf bavc shelved the whole matter. We ido ltd asrte liit-y weal-J have been. 1 Jus'.lfieJ in so doing, but wUca the luiluw of ilio subject Is taken iuto tliis course nitsht have been open. Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS Who were the seren champions What Is the Kisteddfod? What ii Si. Kinio's Href What is force of 3 4, tlons prove tlio What aro Household troops? 6. Is a "sras why is she so widow" and TELEPHONES 6uslntu Office........... Edltortil Ottlct havt' tlie iu 1. Why is the e cuinminmeuit to which they havejed "Toiumy Atkin rendered themselves, it will be in the SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS atri) ibis i C points Atf-a 'Che ground, the s and Eooj rla'rt tt will mature the _ er. 't'Uat tact was demonstrated clear- ly last vesr, whin alter ilbo rain on August 3rd. the along so last that hid (he 'rust held otf a days longer It would hive ripened suf- ficient to iln-Mli, as It was tt was cut for green and has been fceop- ing'the stock alive'through tha long uarfi winter Some cf the fanners as high 135.00 acre Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. Stack i interest of the Government irrigaticn project. Audit Bureau of' Circulation .15 7.59 Ually; delivertd. per week Djlly, delivere.l. per yefj Dillv, by mall, per yerr 6.00 Weitly, by msd, yeaf 1.50 by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 Uttil ot expirj ot dally en adilrei? Icliel. of papers after expiration U our authority to the s icriptios. Their is to it ui the fiuancial j responsibility t'uey osvc undertaken, it now remains for the farmers In tho .ethbridge Northern distrirt to ac- cept %viiat has been decided ou in only reasouaMe spirit the clrcuiiiitance calls for and to eee. so far as they concerned, ia the iaitli tltey have in Irrigation in all tbat it means to them, that irrigaiion. will materialize. Tlicy will ie called on to vote for the Issue of the bonds. This is vital in the Interests of tbem U'ha: aro the Three Estates of the liealm? 3. How tame the fourth Kstats to be applied io the daily press? 4. What is meant by "Promotion to What Weeping- S-iint? 0. Wbat is -JL Q is known as ANSWERS 1. Tlie term arose from tbe little pocket ledgers served, ai one time to al! British eoldiers. In tliese inapu als were to Ija euiered the age. tbe date of enlistment, etc, ot the individual. The War Office sent with each little book R form for filling it in, and the hypothetical name select- ed, instead of John Doe or liichurd selves, for whhoui the sanclioulns a'I Roe (selected by lawyers) Was LETHBRIOGE NORTHERN IRRIGATION PROJECT; ..THE PRESENT SITUATION The. present status of th bridge Northern Irrigation project i has been defined in the action oE the! relu'rc Provincial Government in uot deviat. issue of the uonds irrigation for Tommy Atkins. dead letter i The elerfcy. and the clean iwer., co mo n [n (lie collect for ?'Cun the present must What the future policy will be is inj Treasup." on the. occasion of the hands of those in charge ot the j iho'Gunpowder Plot, there are the iLeihbridse Northern project but to! lowing words. "We iliaiik (JoJ for anywhere at all is to ensure tlstl (he King and- (3nd) the Lcth- (the three estates ot the realm" from ,11 Uiakllls 0( Ihe b> lbe which is Is quite evident': that the- Kalhleen spent the Easter holi- days in Calgary. Dr. and MM. Bediliustis'd tpsn week-end here us the guesls ot Mr. and Mrs. Duck. Mr and Mrs. John A. Gardner and family returned to Vulcan on Thurs clay, alter sucndinE the winter in Ore gniL .Mr. Harder who splen did tarn) adjoining the town returned the R snorters' Gallery, said "Yonder.sits tliii Fourth .hopeless under the come Io j suppose. These thrcoesUtes-art rep- jng -ircm the original position taken in i 1 relented iu tiic two Housss of bv the Government we re'uso to Jwl <--c" regard to Uie guaranteeing of the bonds. As the decision come to at present stands, tliere is the partial guarantee without tlie full guarantee j mate resu ts mean much, of the Province.. i It would be foolish Io disguise the fact that the decision com? to by the I Government is ing people of mucus; and, particularly, to tliose ia the dis Estate, more important than them 'all." -r' r j .4. Promotion to the Card- IB the matter of irrigation iu South- ihal in tie tloman Cataolfc- Church. 6. St. so-called "frqm the 'if- G who one highly disappoint- i ern Alberta there is at least tliis le of Soulhern Alberta all doubts Have been set ____ ......y. to those in tUo dis- "side. The decks have been irirt covered by the 'Ixithbridge North-] and everything is ready for action. perfect state ot man is when the spirit m project It is only naturai that Th, man who for long years have under the. circumstances there, should working in bringing irrigatiou -ions and is wbolly passive. bo. a grievance felt iu