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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK KOUK THE LKTHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD APRIL She letbbriboe Deralb aiberta DAILY AND WEIKLY and pa THI LETHBR1DQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED South, Ltlnbrldai W, A. PrwMtnt and Managing Director Jthlt Torrano BuilEUt TSLEPHOMU Office UiUrU] Oflic. 125Z 12M papers which carry the advertise- ments ot tho Hearst magazines are sometimes asked why they do so. The query is reasonable. The answer is simple. The magazines are no: to be juigad by the Hearst newspapers. As we mentioned, there is nothing noxious in these magazines aucl there is much in them which make interest- ing and educative reading with iio one's susceptibilities icing hurt. i! otherwise, and il tK tlnser and Do You Know? Audit of Clrculatltni Subscription Ralei: r UEC American publication. delivered, per week .....I .IS ___... delivered, per year .....7.59 Dcltr. by mail, per jrcsr .......5.00 malC per" year 1.59 by mall, per year to' U.S. 8.00 ot eiplrj of tubtcrlptloh ftp- duly on addio; Accept- spirit Mr. Hearst can be traced in ibeni, the case would be diftorenl. The Kdmonton Journal may be s.iid to speak for tho papers carrying tho udverMeeuients ot Ihe Hearst maga- zines when, in reply :o the iiuesiion as lo why it carries these advertise- ments ii: says that thero is notliins objectionable in the publications and the particular issue advertised tslns much more matter that Cana- dians will appreciate thau in Ihe aver- There- is, granato the national emblem! for instance, a poem by Rudyard Kip- ling who would hardly ssll his work ---TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How-came. Halifax, N.S., to.br so called! 2. What were the Sicilian Vespers' 3. Who Introduced the expression "Red 4. FrOm whom did the expression "slt-k as applied to Turkey. originate? 5. How came Quakers to be 30 called? 6. What is Ihe Unrighteous Bible? WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS What State is known as ak- PEOPLE'S FORUM. Prom a letter that appears in this it -would teem that the privilege IKMorded the public br the Herald, iff ailoUtaff space for the ventilation ot Tiews, 13 sometimes abused in that there are individuals who forward us communications' under assumed and addresses. The Herald makes it necessary that the writer of communications should la every instance forward his'or her correct name and address. This is to establish the of the the view held that no persons to express their opinions "be "ashamed to a magazine which a -oynl Britisher should upt read. There is, it gees 'jo to say, a story by Kail Caine, another by a. Canadian novelist. Arthur String- er, and an article by Maurice Maeter- ARSVyERS, 1. New Hampshire Is so called be- cause tho mountain parts are chiefly granite. 2. A painter ot domestic, rural, or Fire Consumes Webworm Found aid Identified ytritor Iri town lajt weei. The pur- ot his vltlt >Tts to remove the furniture from the- house he occupied during the winter lo hla new home In .he took the command of the mer- linck. These the Journal concludes chantman In Ualtln'iore. The red shirt are sufficient (o indicate .the char-. was worn by American sailors. 4. The region of the Mississippi. ,5. A horse less than fifteen hands (From Our Cum MACLEOD. April while J. H. Ifauy was lookibg hie land he discovered come smell worms, which he took to be cutworms, that !h past years have destroyed u great deal ot grain in the western, provinces. He was eomewbat alarmed aiid took yv a few of the worms and mailed liie'm to thf> expertmeiiUl farm at ClaresholiS, from which he received the- folloV- Ing reply: Dear Sir: In reply to youre of April Sth, regarding sample of.Trorm which, you pent -to this school tor Wen- tificatlob. beg to state that this It Cjrdeu Beet. Web'worm. yeilr this worm did EWt deal of In' eating vegetables and ot Limbs Quarters, Russian Thistle, and certain other weeds. In appaaraace 15, the army worm of Ontario 'ladles' Aid the homi Jlit.JL. on Juwdai The chleTbueTnees of meetlns was a discussion of tho .ques- tion of talent money and for what puf- POM It rtould used. After a care- ful of Iko it was agreed to it to church funds, A good wuaker ot ladlM were present, and U time was spent. Tbe next will be -held In the church In ay, when the! annual election of (Mrs will take place. -will' commence in this district about April J6. a thorough Inquiry by ths roverament crop Inspector, ho states In tho majority o! districts the aoew-'tiaa entirely disappeared and wtth 10 days of warm' weather the in condition for spring acier of'the magazines and to war- rant the acceplauce 0' the advertise- ment. BELIEVES tN THE PLURALITY OF VOTES Referring to pro- posed in the charier'of'the city of only those who are assessed ten dollars per year tases should have n vote at civic-elections, the Edmonton -Bulletin states that the substance ol the' amendment is on Tight and its "influence would be all to the It 'continues as fol- lows "But the purpose -would-be better accomplished If -it' were .'so worded to WentHy these opinions with "them- na' .where' ii; maa is', tared twenty ollars or more per year his vrife shall e to the fran- hise. The mn'rried woman may, by o stretch of language or Imagina- tion, be considered as a Joint-conlri- utor -with her husband to the civic unds, and therefore entitled to a vote vhen their Joint contribution amounts o the sum that would qualify two nmarried persons to votes. To say iat twenty fifty selres. In doing so, this newspaper hu faith in its reading public. TVItt all the many duties in a news- 'paper office, It can hardly be expect- ed thai it can spare what Is Valuable, ud'-wbat may be said to oftentimes pressing, time to scrutinize and in- vvectigata the bona fide nature of the correspondence as witnessed by the .'k'i--r'ial ticn was fegarded as ISO.OCC mostly :n. vi'Oro reported idle. Strikers lu Toledo voted not (o affil- iate .with the insurgent union and that was believed lo have paved the way for a settlement of the walkout. Brotherhood officials' announced al Cleveland that 500 men .-voted to re- turn today and that all the..strlkers employed by the Erie railroad and SC per cent, of -the -men' employed [in the enable only of them to vote, vhlle twenty dollars paid by two un- married persons would entitle them aoth to vote, would be an injustice to he married TvOman, and an arrange- ment by no means tending to keep :ontrol of the city In the hands of hose who are most liteiy to direct t alor.g 'A-'uolesome lines." We are afraid that the Bulletin: in coming to the conclusion it doeE, that he married woman should have a vote on the strength of her husband paying .more, or the -same as two un- married persons, is led by more senti- mental than valid reasons in the plea t it may be. that an innate chivalry and gallantry may have warped its judgment in advancing, .in all that it carries, the old, -worn out, and' undeniocratic system of. plural voting. Once alloy the theory. to ob- :ain that a man who pays twenty dol- ,ars in taxes is entitled to. two votes, even though the second vote rests with his wife, as. compared! to the man who pays ten dollars, then with the same argument the man who pays a THE HEARST PUBLICATIONS A good deal of indignation, and we: merited indignation, has been ex pressed over the Hearst press In thy police officers, 'who mUlook hilt !or a whiskey runner.' N. 8. FARMERS FORM PARTY fore Commissioner JJason. 'hinks Published Accounts o; Quebec Riofs Influence" OTTAWA, April Canadla the motion of Majo Ironyn, seconded by Col. Peck, th IDIISC todfiy concurred in- the secon eport prescnlcd-hy the'Commlttee o lenstons. Privdte members' motions wer hen taken up. On tha motion for the production layers, George Parohl, Quebec Wes irought up the Question for damage ron behalf of Innocent victims, wh luring Ihe so.talled Quebec riots It 18. were cither killed or woundt hy the soldiers of Hla Msjosly." Mr, Parent described tho incidc which he said had u to the decision to.sen tho foWiers to Conllnuin ho said: irl cannot too much condemn II man who, being in charge of the C nadlan Press fit that lime, gavo much prominence lo that partictilo affair of a city of over If. the (lays following, loss of life rcsu ert. I believe the man responsible f those publications should he consldc cd as 'a murderor because the rcspo slblllly rested on him for the loss life that subsequently took place." Mr. Parent rear! numerous lelte nd will rneet theU during DELIViED TH oor in Quality and High ,in Aid Meet from various people giving details tho military occupation -of the city. voting. In (his its 1st Is a privileged me of Mr. Hearst, news- one as compared to some mortals. In Jhcso letters, soldiers were accus- c-cl of unnecessary of civilians on the streets of Quebec, and of Insulting priests who had come'out to minister to-thc injured and the dy- ing. _.___. Mr. Parent'also read testimony from was a business visitor-In B: the parents of school boya rVMny. killed In the riot. Mr. Lcfterty, of Ilaymond, was (Krftm Our'Own Correspondent) BARONS. Jfr and Mrs! Apri .h, in Barong, ii'daughter. The depot Is a busj' plaxe these days with m.en farm work, a" new farm helpersTcqnitnff, he heavy snowfall and the good pros pects for'-thiii season.' The Worn en's', held th.eh- nionthly me'eltlrig af erhoon. Owing to.the bad roads no a large number from the country at tended, but the was fairly wel represented, and a good time was en Joyed." Wo are all glad to seo Mr. A.- C "reeinnn back to his place in the Bl Store- after his illness. Many and vnr "ed were tha helpers in the store dur ing his absence.anfl .they all renders good service, more' especially th ladles. Rev. S. Pike.cofl.dmtefl the funed services of Mrs. A. Mifflin on Frldaj April 9th, at White. Lake. Mr. H. formerly of Whit Lake, was as business, visitor in. Ba oils for.a his return t Vancouver. Humors arc raniitant that farmer are becoming somewhat restless du to the slowness el the spring. Whe we think o( the large farmers wh have some seven, or eight men, ah as many-outfits of horse's, there cause for ronrArn. 1.. ever, old-timers tell us ''It is to have a laic damn spring than clth a dry or wet early spring." A lilt more patience needed. Reports of complaints are cerlaln- ly not growing less concerning- the. high-priced poor My that continues' to arrive In this community. A farmer unloaded a ear of hay last week and on opening a number of bales found them to be frozen s61id with much snow and Ice In the centre. '-Other bales gave quite an obnoxious odor as IT they were already in tho stage of decay. ,Somft eay, "bon't accept It." But If cattle and horses arc hungry H is hard for farmers lo refuse feed when obtainable. Miss C. Hunt was tho only member of the consolidated school to go lo tha teachers' convention in Calgary. She reports having spent a profitable time whilst there. Miss Agnes Moir was a visitor In Celgary on fast. Mr. H. ;M. Houienga, of Iron Springs, larons on TRURO, .tie .convention -of- the United Farriers'of Scotia held here today, a respiutton passed at Kcntvllle, of the province form a political patty, .vas unanimously endors- ed; i Th'e: cpnslitutlon