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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920 She Xetbbrtbge XetbDrfofle, Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Lethbridge A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrancc Do. You Know? .TODAY'S QUESTIONS Wfco was tbe SweJis' What wa he Storthing? the "stool of reuent- must Xuow that the govf-lnrueiU as- sUtanoe to the railways (.u the north country greatly increased mui merely the wealth of the men cngngi'd, but Ihe value of tho lauc. through j which these railroads run. Practically every government grant 1 enriches some individuals. F.very guarantee ot credit is of speoml advuu lago u> Mini" person. Tho govi'mniviu i imlicy ID the cow bill ami the co-over-1 alive elevators of general vnUu1 to i the province but also of siiecisl valw I to ;he people who were illrei'ily fitted, to follow-Mr. BO.VUMO Iho losi-1 States was cul conclusion a government ivo'.iM lu1) Ready? Justified in passing legislation pniloit-] What ius the liTo and property of thi' British ilU'ldual aud going no furl her. I'm 1--------------- thai individualistic policy THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How catno Halifax. X S, HI be MIU-.V? was ihe .or'Ritt'of the pression "roush and rwuy" I'resklenl known t the I'liiied Hough ami (s Die eldest regiment i" A riu y. Business Manager _____________ doned by all nations aso. So far as the arguments o! Hoyle and MacKay BO they may ai- tacb to themselves the mcrii'of arsu ing on general principles without a due regard to the particular case i" point. It the Ministers referred 10 a particular group of individuals io Dallyi by mall, per year 5-00 j whom was to lie reiuU-reit by mail, per year...... by govempieutal or other public aid, Member Audit Bureau ot Circulations Subscription Rates: Daily, dilivereJ. per .Ii i Daily, delivered, per year Weekly, by mail, per year (o U.S. ;.G THE SCHOOL BOARD AND THE HOLIDAYS !to which the nature of a bonus conUI j be applied, there wouM I'f a sreat deal in what, they coiiU'iid. Hut lak- i ins the irrtsallon scheme on its mer- so called? i. What were the Sicilian Vespers? Who Introduced the expression 4. From whom did ihe expression -sick' man." as applied to TurScy, originate? How came QUakt rs to be so lulled? What is the Unrighteous lllule1.' ANSWERS 1. So called fcy the ilon. Kdward irnvv.ilHs. the Governor, in couu'H- :-ni ui his patron, the Karl'of Hall- Confident of liounieous Crop in 1'resent Moisture in the Soil (From Our Own' Correspondent) I WlflTLA, April Wbllo attend ins a dance at Ssveii Persons'on Fri day evening tlie house aud contents o Hobert Hill (.bachelor) were burned ThU'Js a very great to Bob these hard times. Miss Myrtle Fleming left for Med icinc Hat oa 'Thursday. She coulem plates taking a business course at Gar bull College. Here mother. Mrs. BahtJ In the matter of the extension grant- j jt js moie ilun u mere i o. The iiiassacre ot the French in ed 1n the Easier holidays, to which I benefit the holders of land even j Sicily which-began of the hour of attention was called at (he'last meet. lllB could h? contained in Kaster Monday in VJS1 ing of (he Public School Board, there j four' ,OWnshipj. In this particular ,Ciar of Russia, so not a doubt that the trustees caught napping. Tho attention of the Herald had been called 10 the fact that Ihe extension referred to case it is not a mere handful of men lliiit would hene.'it liul the benefit which they will derive v.ill bo far- styled it ia 5. llecauso they, hade men quake and tremble at the Word of the Printed by the Cambridge Press. Coaching. To argue agolnst u policy, go Irom. [Ue printer's has always and tliat Hie vvhjch wiM bt.ncfit the individual with- ertor iu ye not that question lias not at any time been, ed attho Board sitting's during ihe years ihat the same u-as granted. It Is not unnatural in the circuuislances j to expect tiinl tlie members of the! present Board who had sat on it in' prcTiou's years have heen j( ioots aj K (hoy could, not T' cognizant of the ji'earing on ihe sfant. i UicuiEolves of ilieir Ail ieachers.' it .appears, arc not i and were argninc on famlllanirltli the tad that the cstra length of the holiday is for; ,JIr navilUml aptly reters lbe the pdrpose of allowing (hem to avail; tegKtt. u, Hie themselves of the opportunity of out taking into consideration the ;hc unrighteous shall inherit the King- larcer henefiis is aryaiug only fromitlom of God." (1 Cor. VI. 9.) one fixed view placed ou'tbc indivi-; aual. In the it becomes IOT circumscribed. In the.nature of; Hie arRiiuient raised by Iho I wo Mini (Continued (roni Kranl 1'oge.t ICKEI) UP IN Spring ploxvlue hns stnrted at Mor- Uen, Man. Tho Pacific steamer Minto-Saturday made her firet (rip .hrougU the.' new chuunel ill tho accompanied her to spend too week id with friends. Mrs. B. J. Stcrens und daughter Miss Thelms, :went lo Mcolclna Ha ou Miss Thelma to cute tiarLull 16 :'riuish. her husines's anil Mrs. Steven's to visit frlfcnds. Mesdiuncs and companion ami children 'returned last week from wlicre they spent tho waiter. Mrs. Saunilers' many friends and patrons are glad to ECO her back and running Ihemiuch needed restaur- ant. Kitz'patrlclf returned front Trail, D. C., where he worked the pas- he doing well nfler' the operation she at the Gait hospital oil Monday. -Mr. J. llall Welch went Ipto bridge on SMtmlay to undergo (real meut for throat trouble. J :Filer Mcpoueall is ju .Minneapolis this-'week looking mVth'e Ray sjitua the poislbllltles it. mikiuf sblpmoiits Into this district. Mr. H O." Hollag is 'iiiteresteU in "ml in their ability.to help over Bhortago-hero1 by shig in Miiitcsoiu feed. i row Lakes cunstrueled this, winter ,t the bottom of the swill waler be OW Durtoo. Tho Grand Forks. U.C.. ITesbyter- ails liavo- vurchssed tho Baptist Chtircb. 0. A. Potter, of Nelson a re- sult of a week-end visit at Kaslo, Is to be credited with the first salmon of the Nlchou .Murtlu. Prescolt, Ariz, con- victed March 2? on a charge .of having murdered- Arthur DeSteunder, over- seas 'Vetcraii of the Canadian army, last was sentenced to lie hanged Owbig the large number of Am- 'eriuan'iiuJers.iB the market, and the IOSB .suslataeil 'through freezing in 'transit of receut potatoes were In retail In rarjoail luts. This Is [icr bushel for agent general tor Ontario Iu London. Dr. KeyuoluX Manitoba Agi'lcul- luralCollese, succeeds him at Guelph. Twenty tins ot opium, valued at were-seised by Chict Ritchie, mid Inspector Richardson of the Ol- gary police force ou Wednesday. f advance-' of 50 i week.-V President, -Creeiiuan. Of tlie iricul'.urul College, Gueiph. Of the Ontario winter. Dr. McDonald, ot Meilicluo Hat, time the! tending the convention at the hela and that failing to do s duty rests w-.n them to be at their places in the respective, classrootns on tlie days outside She prescribed boll- days, as denoted in the school ordin- ance, so that scliobi 'work can be pro- ceeded with.'' Cow n'nd the Co-operative Bleva tors. If Ihe. principle in these .bills- rnltmtary. letllng a man commute hlf pension It ho wished. Fifty six per cent of Canada's petfsloners were un- dcr 20 per cent disability. The average lump sum for a man. i 15 to 19 per cent disability, would work out to almost 8450. An estimate ,1-e'ro then the.same could with of tho amount reijuired lo place peri- made a professional visit to Wednesday of tills week. Mrs. Abe Robbins and family left on Monday noon's train to take a pos- ition on the farm o! Mr. Daniels in ihc Letbbridge district. Although Iholt many friends bate lo seo them leave, all join in .wishing Ihiai success iu their home, Mr. iuid Mrs. A. Lyon made K business trip (o tha Hat ou ilonday EJ. .Campion returned to AVhltla from Kochester, where he spent the pust winter wilh relatives and friends Ed.reports that a great many are coming to Canada from -Minnesota to purchase land. Mrs. F..-E.- Owen and sort Kenneth ge, .havo returned to. measure. In the development .of ihe-Leth- bridgo Nortbcni.V-lrricatioh diatrkt, irrespective of tho benefits wlilcti It was only rightfullv e.peclednhat the-. tarraer5 la tilc arei1' the sbpuld have set the Board right when he; was referred lo, .though [this does not'en- tirely remove the. responsibility from ihe Board. However, the Incident has served its purpose in preventing the recurrence of what has been a lapse. It attention to ihe neces- sity'iOf. officials or the themselves Ihc''school ordinances, n matter where th.e taipayefs''who-havc lo foot tbe school tar are inlimalely concerned. Tfae bringing up of the matter at tlie.meeting of the :a wholesome sign 'in Ibat basis, placed the sum at Dealing wilh hardships, among de- pendent relatives; Col. Thompson said Ihere had been complaints. Pension- ers in the larger cities of the west their pensions inadequate. had, however, been no coni- from 100 per cent There was a fund left by found There tend the spring .work. .The farmers are very busy days hauling out seed feed and All seem, to feel very confident of bounteous crop .this year, owing to tit sufficient amount of moisture sight of, 16 considering the arguments' cases. of Messrs Boyle and MocKav that wealthy Russian which was used to of Lethbrldgc stands .to gain very much wilh Imgatioa .ra the be-1 A incapacitateil man received thi hflvo put th j ground in excellcut .condition to ..Sir. rerolick tlie .section foreman and family have moved to Bow Islam A n'evr taking His r ow liow ifit.your feel, to. appsitrrwell dressed, ba e, and give servlcij. We km comfortable, pur. shoes are brought from Canada's -best built to .give satisfaction in every ilelnil. Your next shoes should-be a pair of our-.firtlng. ASK TO BE FITTED i1'.' v'SHOES FOR Al-L AGES ing in (he district named. This serves i all anowance of 5450 yearly to :-how that the benefit in the in-! hejper. Saving on Administration Thonipson SGOU.OOO on administratiori expenses creased value, of their holdings 'docs i not apply to the farmers in the place here. a i Mrs. O. MiLSatJUe bridge Nprtocrn Irrigation .district the-cl1rrent ycnT. This being done by reducing the staff and alone, i can fully j-ealize ihat in the closing n lo juilpo by tho of (ho m-mit byc-eJccllons In fliaf country, (s ii llieolil ft lory of oificrs on EiH.-in- sclves lo rcprcscuT Labor wit hunt tho panel Ion of tho HHIIO elements in tlie ranks of as violin player for the Fcrnie theatre, j a farov.-oll vras tendered him nl his unL-lf iiomf on Tues'Uiy XrlMo Snydcr was 'A visitor lutt ivurk. A .K, Qi-nylr a business visitor; ui Calgiiry Bcli Uas'ljocn in P-L'. OurJUK returneO lo U'arniiinBfiy on MontUiy, .1 rirsil ,r. >larr Itavo gunc to to ilu rojilracl work for the Kiunnitrr.. Air. nt -I. Xirholsnu of.Ciilgary, vas v'aUni1 on Wednesday.' McddcHon. who inta boon visit- hjg hia Tollis In Oenniark, Tcturncd to Curniangny on Tiit'Htlay. C. II. Urlpht of OWv. %vas In town on Saturday looking his properly nero and havliif; sonic repairs anil iionc on Jas. McN'fiughton, retunie.i] Jiome on Monday from Ktlmontpn, wc-rc he has been in attendance Of ihc Albvrtn session. IJoniand IJrolhfli'A. rrsfdiiif? iti lliG Klomlyke, hvo linndrcd north- WliUchorfc. wintered SO colls horses of There arc; pea vino in Liie irk t. iimviflinp yraxi '-ui Own WIIfJXTHAM, April 12, This snrins has evt-n the old tinierH a nix im.'h of snow xround HIN! 'remaining (here for ov.cr a 'ivec'l; at UiU tltnc uf Iho year is iiuiio out, uf the ncual. U 10 he tli'- general opinion thai if RprlJtg moisture IIHH anything lo do wUh.croiH conditinnn, we ore off lo t: good marl for f'ontraclor L. K. McIOntcc lirothrr from Calgary were herft nn' tho 2nd fintl Brrt connecting up the iiuntp anrl filno lines for Ihe imncriil 011 plsiiit liere. This week our agenl unloinkd two tanks of oil fn pre- paration for Ihe spring demand. 'The has had crew nf men here clurliiK the week unloading nia- (crinl (or Ihe stock yards here, li. Coffin stopped over a few (fayw (his week, getting lined up again oi> hia contract of distributing poles for tho telephone line from Stirling lo KQramofll. MiMf. Katcr. <-ame oul on Tuesday's (rain to lake up her school Eisaiii holidays wilh her ptrout.s in Maybntt. Alvs. A. J, Johnson is reported to W. X NELSON CO. Without Music? W HEN you can buy a gen- uine Victrola from us for why delay? H gives you to all th6 over 9.000 selections iu the Big Free Catalogue for it. Busy .terms to those who de- sire them. Victor Records play perfect- ly ou any machine using fibre or stec) needles. Risen, mm ll Tfc. FORMS WE Not every man Is sborier or Stouter'than the average figure Is willing lo pay the exclu- sive tailor for hia extra tax for the privilege of being fitted with a su't. PESSARY' We have tpiciaf, 5i7cs made for of ,ilf shapes Try .us out for your next .sujt..You.vyfll- find here tho firrjesl in the city to sckct from at er prices In many cases than you expected to pay fer your aprrng suit, Largest Distributors oi Men's Wear in Southern Alberta. Agents for Jaeger's Woollefts, and'and Fit Reform Clothes, Geo. A, Slater Shoes, Borsalino, Stetson and Mallory Hats. K1RKHAM BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ;