Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
"PAGE FOUR TUB LETHBR1DGE DAILY letbbciboe Ibevalb Ictbbrifcge, Btbcrto OAILY'AND WEEKLY rnf rlrtori Publiihen THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Street .South, LUhbridje W. A. Buchanan PrMlCenl and Mnnagios JJirettci jwrince Busliwst Maoasei Do You Know? il wiiit-h was made iu tLe Muy, 1 Issue of th? Litbor Uusette. has far proved so successful that forty officials have taken advantage of it to acquire homes, and it Is aUo re- ported that other largo business firms of Vancouver are considering tlio lhe ,me. adoption ot tbe scheme. A lo.ui borne by the sovereisus ,.5.000 was made to the Association England? If not, ,who was the first ibv tho Oompanv when the scheme was to bear the s first adopted April. 3- WTo TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What cily Is knowa the Fair >l s TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office employee of the Company May bor- row from this fund either to I'-iy oit 'a mortgage, or to purchase or luiM a The borrower is required to make a deposit of about cent, o! the loan, but smaller amounts are taken. lA mouthly rental of slight- ly more than one per cent, of tbe loan is charged for twelve Who was Old Parr? are "salad days'? deducted from the roll. After this period (he borrower owr.s his own home. In tho meantime all tuies and ureter rates, and insurance prem- tttm'ttr Audit Bureau ol Circulation Subscription Raiec: delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year ....vl.ov Daily, Dy.fflall, per year 6-j" Weekly, by mall, per year......1.65 by mail, per year to U.S. Z.OO THE CHIEF SECRETARY ot papers alter esplratlon dits FOR IRELAND !i oar atittority lo urlptloB. a Wby is the prisoner in the IKHK rcd io as "prisoner nt t'no 6. What !s Romany? QUESTIONS 1. Who were the seven champions of Christendom? What U tho Bisleddfod'.' 3. What is St.'Koto's lire? 4. Wnat is the force of [tions provo the What are Household troops? What is ft "grass widow" aud wliv is she so c-alled? TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1920 Farmers Hark Buck to Early Diiys When Canals First Mooted ANSWERS St. George ot iums, paid by the Association. The l Su England. St. An- loans also be paid off at any o[ Scotland, St. Patrick of Ire- irmtnts OH tlie twn. are Und. St. David ot Wales, St. IJeuys ,..._..._ nt St All- time. Repa. _. used to mako further loans, and the fund now loaned out amounts to about b'" in of Mud-S. S. S. Club Gives Play (From Oar Own ClorresrwndtnO COALDALE. Aiiril arc In- formed tbat the people ot Chin are swimming in water. Well, tha Ooal- da'o oeopla are stuck Iu the mud. Tho ladies' gatherings last week were very well attended even the mud was unspeakable. The Ladies' -Aid on Wednesday had very full attendance and carried out import- ant business. The wclal tea given by the Women's Institute en Thursday last at'the homo of Mrs. H. A. SUK- R ICKED UP IN ran THE UAH i. Tho meeting of the Welsh bards and others now held annually lor the (KYOTO Our Own MACLV3OD. April week be ginning April the best week for Southern Alberta anc the Macleod district that we have hnd for years. The continued snow rain every day has made tbe. district what It was years ago, and it Is coming back'to Its own. now thai tvo hear so much about Irrigation. A1 few years ago Irrigation was talked abo'lt and meetings beld In" many'places; eveu North West Government sent men out to lecture- ou tha great subject. They drove from aiacleod to Covvley, crossing the country to, Pincher Creek; tlte team got stuck in the mud, and tho meeting was delayed, many'6! the Chas. Calder. ex-il.P.P. for S Ontario, is dead. James Davisou o" Uuelph was form- I'tresideat ot the Ontario KJucallouai Association. Jack TillmoB; a returned soldier, aged-87. was drowned ta tuo Sliver Ottawa. Toronto packers havo consented to treat with union represents lives regarding the new wage pro posals of their employees. Labor Review of Washington states increases ot per cent, havo been noted iu the' cost ol men's clothing the district, who has been north, i now homo.' having btoughl his horse from the fields where they have bee iu Franco since A pw-var oult DOW costs ChM. S. Davidson, clerk In branch ot the Bank of Montreal at -Montreal, committed His parents, In (AlHston, Oat. The tanners ol Bast Korali town- hip, who have recently organiwa a ew light and power club, getting hair power irom Marie, ow have a CTeit success. Quite, a farmers going homo bc-foro the lectur number' ot ncivcomcra attended arrived; the rain was coraine down got acquainted with their neighbors. an tUe thae. On" leaving 1'lncher The Commercial Club are holding a Creek to drlvo to Macleod the same wintering. The Ifedios of tlio Churc an held" very sticcesstul- afternoon te and sale of work In their hall on Sa Sunday set vices in the --churcho ho Commercial t.iuu ore uvuums IVIISUA and annual business meeting difficulty was experienced, 'raid tho tii-tits Fridar night. They are anTlous nieetiaE that wss called for 2 ,vero, all well attended.and compare UK on'tbenS "so 8sMps before and after and get acquainted not held, as ihe men did not arriv-e faW-hly with uisterSnjiday jvheu s In -ho fact thai the implant and called bv the Spaniards 7he play of U.e S S. Until nearly 4 p.m. Tlie re'ii cont.n- pany attend, lo the Laster 6e m vito of Peasley, "who never has a minute to feed being scarce, with pnces that are >esult of the fame', were tlie only miit- tere ot weight m -wbat may be said j to have been a -uull.session. i There was iiqtlil.rig special in the -way of new measures nor was there of-an-untoward nature tu make the Kessiou one. of any striking interest, 'in the ileliboraliou and the ilecistons'icome to. the watchword In the .Assembly was "Be careful" "and the dominating policy o( careinl ieaitaricy part of tlto Government to copimit themselves to too much. This in the unsettled state ot things at tiie present time was iy policy of'ivisdom arid circumspection. There' nothing on the part ot I the Opposition to put the Govern! meat on their mettle, and there, very" little of aggressiveness on the 'part of those -tvhp sit on'.the left of Jlr. Speaker If anything, there was a tiresomeness shown in tn'e policy .adopted and there was nothing iu transpired from that part of Ibe HOiise to cause the Gorcnimenl evc'h'-'n momentary, uneasiness. Whatever opposition was sounded wus of a trivial nature in '.he bearins it iiad on results and ancient history was more or less iu evidence with what cannot tie regarded as a waste of public time. Hatters ot irrelevancy, such as re- solutions in' regard lo the Senate, which after all- is not in the province of Ihe Legislature, were .brought up to be only properly squelched as hardly coming within Ihe purview of provlnchil itoihicK. In llio mauer of the referendum In regard to the importation of liquor. 'the policy adopted by the 1'remier is ono to be highly commended. He has ilone the right thing in putting it in interesting sidelights on the carear of the new Chief Secretary. Such for nstauce is-tbe following personal sketch "From-the-tittle cottage in Whitby. Ontario, to lhe official residence uf the Secretary of State for Ireland, Spencer AVoo'd. Dublin, in less than twenty soine travelling, par- was no famll} -itp ;.'ofijpia' influence, no no wealthy con further tho iournVr-" .'oniLmorning in' Lon- Kntger is- ____ ___ ___ -ultrmatum which made .'ivar Inev'itable between Great Look forward to'Kegalar Mai! SeVvice: Again Dry Roads, Britain and'.the rTransvaal, as 1 was beginning JP herc I am." Of course, one Had to laugh at the and candor tbat was so evident. This broke the ice or reserve on either side. The inquin to the people. If imbibition is to be s "How came you here enforced. It must hare the popular! what an! vou sentiment beJiind it. The pulting or j when arc hame- of daffodils as 4-tokeii one else was travelling in rigs or on Of Ihe appreciation of Ihe coligregn- lioreobarli. tion. upon the attainment orliw list iersar 01 nicnt. lie was Invalided Itonie after active >ervlcR. When Derby was rarrylng on his re- crulliit; campaign, following the ilejlh of Lord Kitchener. Ornpiiwood was ganetteil to the Adjulaul- and placed in c-harne of the organization of recruiting slatt. In IS15 he was crMtpil n llanntct at Ihe recoinmrrflilatlon of tlie A.sriuitfi There will bo great rejoicing when 1 blrtnttny ana tbe roads dry up so we- can get our I ;irst sermon In Coaldale. mall regularly Tht! lour malls We now boast a Knights of a week will be appreciated as never lodge In before. At least wo saw loftier 'taking something thai __ I looked like tho goat into the ed his purpose In tlio earlier days of B community club, his strugfjles, and this (was (act (hat It will strive to. serve thing which that section of She parly all, Irrespective of membership, Nervous N would 'bring htm to book for. Hut] In here were scares of Liberals Government. Ihe House who were doing Kir Hamar Greenwood was ninoiiR (iroenwoixl was; putting their trust the Liberals whn attached tlio.msol- j Lloyd (li-orcc. Political vcs to Lloyd Oeorgc wlien br; aratnl liimsnlt from AMjnitb. l-' It Is. reported, says the Gazelle, Ihla official rrgartllng liublic men their able upa rarely prob- that the bousing plan of llic Office Bmployces' Association of tlio Drilish Columbia Blectric Railway, menUon Orecnwu'oil very inucli. froni iiLiuii-ii jinic. They fsil.c-d in thin, case with and f.Tcly Grot uv.nod being given aniiraiiiiKc wlilcli'al the liuic is is nioic rcspuuKilyta thftn It uvor was. SPRINT OP TWO HUNDRED YARDS WINS. MARATHON CIIICAflO. 'April 12. Charles "Chuck" If e (lor, of the Ixjgan-.Sqiiare won tho annual modified mara- llion of Iho Illinois Sportsmr.n's Club In 58 mlnulcs, seveji nnts. former teammate (iforijo Hankoll to five seconde, fitter a sprint over-'thn last iOO yards tlic milt course. 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