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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALO TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1920 Ibetalb OAIl.YAnlO WEEKLY PiVprltton and Publishers THK LETH8RIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 328 tth S'.rtJt South, Uethbrldge A. BUCHANAN Prestdunt and Managing Director John Torrauce Business Manager barb wire off their fences and sold j it. Some of them north r.cJj some wrot to British Colombia, which I hart then begun from a standpoint. A good many o! them came hacX, however, aocte buyiiis back their old holdings, elsewhere. I mention to show ii does not do to get too badly oourased because things look blue. we only put our jhouiders and push together I du not ibink vr used" be discouraged by tho drought "1 I'.ave a from one larges1. operators in farm products in ibis country today, lie says, that it is a bard thing to say. but he1 he- Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS''' I 1. -What are "MenhaWs' 1'- Wfceii and where "was the first public Irbrary founded? o. Wiat Is ac day? 4. Wbat are Horse Latitudes? f.. Why is the poet laureate C. -What is the 'Divining .Summer School (o At- ler Being plosed All ttrt IHmber Audit Bureau of Ciraiiattoos. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, pcrw-sek......i .15 Daily, delivered, per year ......7-50 Daily, by mail, per yssr ........5.00 Weekly, oy mall, per year 1.50 by year to U.S. 2.00 MONDAY'S QUESTIONS i. Who wss Captain Cuttle? i'. WlLU is 'hen it sees it We believe that there is a desire to nee good productions and the best of acting at the local theatre. 'But to ensure this Is to express the same by patronizing the gooil tuat comes to us, "To'be "fair, arid here .w.e irliiiper a word in .the: ear of our theatrical managers, there Is too mnch of the boosting spirit ,ln.the advance press notices in regard tfi what are known -attrac- tions." It may b'e that the managers cannot help the. ?ame in that the lit- erature Is. forwarded to them for -use', But all Urn same it would be advisable to go "piano" sometimes in the laud- ing of these attractions. It is the tale' of the "Boy and tht; Tho iiiili- lie geta EO used lo the cry that -when -roll come It does not it. This many account for Uie patronage given to a play that denrred ali that could be Falii of It. Herwever, those ot tho public -who missed-seeing tlib "Servant in'the Hotwe" have missed an opportunity. regret Is that the allm tit- tendauce may have n tearing on the program of the Trans-Canada mater- Islltlng hi regard to the city. go into irrigation and if we couUl get them once into It we would nerer hare any trouble about the supply ot fodder. I just mention that 10 show that sometimes these calamities work out beneficially." With irrigation iu tilt air these words come with u poteut force at this time ia coupling its importance in relation lo the fettlemout of the Prorince. It brings hotii.' tho neces- sity of authority, in the scheme of bringing settler's into Alberta, to fully gauge the importanfe of what irriga- tion will mean In offsetting the dis- couragements which have been the lot ot these settlers, it emphasizes ho importance of holding those we iavc. With this In mind the policy it .irrigation i-anuot but bo regarded as-a .provincial policy with nothing In t of a sectional unsure. "Alter all lerience is the best guide ia the fram- ng ot future policies. Another statement of Mr. Pearce is veil worth repeating. "When the [uestlon ot irrigation came up on arge scale." he said "I believed and till believe that if there is anything u which Government control is par- icularly appropriate and -will work rat -well, it'is'in tho matter of irriga ion. 'I Sm not in the Gov- ernment' running everything; but In be Watte.-, of irrigation I think it is in Ideal condition. Mr. Pearce gave some "comforting' nformation in the following part o lis address. "Tbe people In Southern Alberta ihink that they have the monopoly of dry, lands; but they-are mistaken Oh tie 30th July, .1915, 1 travelled from-Edmonlon to SaEiaichewan, and after passing and until readied Saskatoon, 1 never passed through a. country that was drier am more windy than was that countrj the telegraph ccnle used in aad the I'.S. tho original Morse code, or Is that used iu Eng- land the original! 6. Is Canada ANSWERS An eccentric, kindlicarted tailor, pimple as a chilli, credulous of every tale, aud generous as the sun. Ho U immortalized by the motto, "When found make note of." IDickens: Pom boy and SoiuV i From the French. Noble birth imposes tlie obligation of high-mind d principles and noblo actions. 3. Ampersand. A corruption and per se." and by itself, find. 4. Newfoundland Telegraph shares lat ie Xewfoundlaud dogs. There are two sets of watch epl at Ions ivaich ot four ours and. the dog -watch of two hours roiu -1 6. The dog watches are in reduced to prevent one party always :ecping watch ot the same lime. 5. In England eind Kurope a mod ication of tie Morse code is used in elegraphy. The international code n Kurope differs only slightly from he original Worse code as used In Canada and the U.S. The same thing occurred shortly afte. getting past Hosetown to near Jjun sou; so these districts require -wate just as much as_any .ol'th country." The -peculiar psychology of the'op position to irrigation on the part o some is well Explained by Mr. Pearc when he says: "There is a large number of peopl who have lauds they want to dispose have-the idea that it the auds acqnire a reputation that Irriga- or .beneficial to hem, thefr value is very low and the ;hances of disposing ot them probably lessened Itown Jrr the. ureeX looMn? utter Use. hitereats o( the Kllison Milling fio; fresfon, of Toronto. Is e4 to Gahirdix to spend the UaStd ho was last summer and ranch appreciated, the Ladies' Guild are, tltlnj a reception la his honor la (Prom Our own CoiTwpoudent) DDL BOXITA, 'April we have had almos-t sevea months ot r, spring has not fully returned. Xo farm work has commenced and all 'armors are anxiously looking for spring. It we don't onto the.tand soon there vrill be no wheat harvest- ed this year. After two days of pleas- ant weather the snow 'Jell icain on Thursday and Friday followed a fog. Such unusual dampness is bringing much sickness. Little Winnie Neyton. eldest daugh- ter of ot Del Bcclta brWw, is inrely but sloTdy recovering from i a serious Illness. Mrs. Otis, Wtt, Del Bonlia has Sett to undergo aa operation for appendici- tis, we all her a speedy covery. v Atler spending the last seven mouths In Cascade Palls, (Mcmtana, U.S.A., .Mr..Walter'beale and Mr. Jack Vale returned to Hicbfield last week. Mr. Hex O'Neal, one of {he "old- timers" is holding an auction sale .of all his horses." slock. Implements and household necessities on Tuesday, April JJth. .Owing to his wife's ill- healtli he is leaving this country for a lower altitude.' As spring'is so late iu coming Mr. 'Charles Speiice left last week for XIagrath where he will' help Mr. Heathersna'w; with his spring work. Sir. Clarence Coheuner has left Richfield tor the north lo' engage. In spring -work. Jlr. H. Armstrong it a tmslness Tbi- tor in Cardslon this -week. The Del Bonita school will reopen on Monday, April ISth with Miss Glenn as teacher. this is a sum-1 mer school- it has been closed since. Christmas.. Mr! Mark Coilet anj ilr. George Speuce, Del Bonita, left this week for the old "Bums ranch" where they intend to sissltjt Mn.. Harvey with hta sheep. Mrs. Wylie and boys ot Del Bonltej left, nt.Christmas time for a'sii to the coast on 'account' of.iil-hpaltji has retareed, Mr. BIM Perry, Ricitleld, IB Trept H. 0. Harrison very lusy haling fted from Wcoltord. Such as tho rcase.pt nearly all the farmers here. Feed Is scarce, pasture :and 'stock are greatly decreasing.'., .Mr. Charles' Barn'ett, Richfield, was bii5ine.il visitor in this week. Mr. J. Woods was "a business vrsitof held on Suuday by tts Rer. ot oKtoiaHng. Mr.: Mantle is apyoiuted at pound keeper. pound at his livery bsra.' Some 'of tbe anxious farroere have Utahed seeding already with every hope of a bumper year. Qolet a number of town people at- tended the opening of the new hotel at fiweet Grass on Wednesday ot last Mr. Roy DavMsoa of was in totta -week on business. Mrs. Henry Kllert is able to sit up a while each day which her many friends -tvill he glad to hear. Mr. DillTrorth ot Coascort Co., in Iowa on businef? for last week. Father 'BWdeault kas in town for the -week-end holding services In the Catholic church on Saturday. IMr; and'Mrs.'Jochoum moved to the farm on Tuesday for the summer monlhs. Mr. Steelo and Jlr. Lynch, Of Bank of Commerce, Just recoverec from an attack of-the muuips. MSE1ED Magistrate Maintains Action o the. Company Was Right Is Talked Surplus From '19 Fair COALDATYE, April Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Meyer, a son. Con- gratulations to this new Canadian. Below is the average standing of the High school pupils in the Easter examinations: Elberta Suggltt Cure Thompson Archlo Eddie Pederson Edwin Baldwin Grade X Donald Baldwin Max Donaldson Dallas Holtman No. Subjects Average 10 10 40- 10 ,_w 10 S Grace Mitchell fl Donald Minter S Marguerite Walter 9 Thelma Lockwood f Marvel Walter 1 Ocean rates havo gone up. A na- tural result of the beave ot the ocean. However anxious we may he to get Irrigation going, it would he wtso to adopt the motto "Look before you leap." When it comes to an Irish jury trac- ing.the murder of Mayor McCurtain, pl'.Cortr, to Sir. Lloyd George, the op- inion arrived at was far fetched. The number of "A's" In the Calgary street.numuDrs.are explained by the statement >hat 'A stands for H. We always thought'that A stood for 1-A1. CB r.l si- 64 75 S3' 42 60 70. 63 41 in Milk Rirer last week. lAlbert Newman returned to his home In Richfield after spending the winteMSfWBillhi-MoifBinip. in A1-. VerV he says Sunny Southern, Alberta looka good to hinij CALGARY, April 19. The chirge againit the Canmore Coal under the In- .duitriil' Dltputes Invalidation dliTTiliiied-by Magistrate Calgary police court "magistrate outlines, the detail! of the case, referring to the action of the Canmore Coal Company In.refusing employment to tho mtnerc who'refused to sign check-off of the United Mine" Wo'rkers of America. He is of the opinion that the manaaementwas liable to proiecu- tlon for refusing to comply wjth the .ordera of Conimlssloner Arm- and the actTon'vvhich they took in refusing work to the men wa< only in pursuance of their .operators uilder "Ihe'ientriVbf the "jovefnmtntiof- field. A native of Greece has won the Am- !rican marathon. His pace can bo correctly described as one of "greaa- ed'lightning." In hia appointment as District Com- missioner for the Boy Scouts, Superin- tendent PenneTathcr will have the popularity conveyed in the phrase "a good, scout." IRRIGATION AND SETTLEMENT At the Western Canada Irrigation Convention, held at Medicine list In lAuguft 1919, Mr. Willtnm Pearce in, an address givfin made of tha following -words. "Von talk about people bclns dis- couraged and leaving the country. Prior to gelling an Irrigation Acl, be- tween Calgary or Maclcod, or say to High River, a large number of FOttlort came rn-1883, the year the C'.P.it. got as far as Calgary, find an odd one or two 1n 1882. They did pretty well there. 1884 was a set year. 1885 was not so had, and 1886 was fair, and 1887 was a very wet year. 1888 was fair, and 1889 il began to get rather dry and kept getting drier anil drier until 1891 or 18SC. I think I am with- in the mark when 1 sny that fifty per of the settlers in that tract be- tween Calgary ftndjllgh Hlver abt.n- dpned Ibelr (anus many look tho French is said to have placed his resignation as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in the hands of the Govern- ment. A case of "French leave." The Rogina Leader has divined the tew iiolicy of the Government in re gnrd to the tariff which, according it, is in the mind of Hon. Jomea Cald- cr. riglil. tho excise is to be tlio excuse for not lowering the tariff. Gerald Walter 9 Aubyn Honeysett 5 Grace. DeMotte absent. Moving pictures will be the- attrac- tion on "Wednesday at ..thp. school auditorium at 8 o'cltKt. -Eick- ens' "Martin A recent letter tram the Universils Extension t department makes the followfngy'sTaCementt "You will "be interested In! knowing that we espect to make arrangements whereby an.aj most '-unlimited number of films wll be available for Alberta. The Victor people have started into the fllm business and their initial stock -wll be 5000 reels of Safely Slanflan Next Sunday's services will be cs pecially Important. ;..At the C'ousol! dated son-Ice at 11 a.ni, there will h a reception Service, of Aew members The evening service is in the baud of the 1V.-M. S.. who will provide spec lal music. Mr. A. J. Law will give lantern lecture on "The Peace 'Rive Country." This should prove ot grea interntt' to ali who liavo heard ot A berta's northern empire. Have you sent your friends the Commercial Club'B Co'aldalo It Is worth writing home about. Mr. K. M_yers has moved .Mr.-N. Wells' house over lo the five acre plot of the school grounds ami will occupy It at an early date. Commercial Club Elects The "smoker" of tho Commercial Club on Frirlay evening was u great siiccesk Klcctloti of officers for the coining year resulted as followo: Prosldciil. II. O. Harrison; vice-pro- sldont, T. Duntinm; directors. John Hamilton. J. .1. Loftier, K. J. Haldry, PICKED UP IN uS TKSB MAN Rev. T. G. JJettell, ot Wlsnipcg, will ecome pastor of Weybura Methodist citizens favor the pur Stsse of tie orldge across Bay of or the erection ol a new one. Wm, Gordon, four times Mayor and x times Alderman o( Stratford, died uddenly, at the age ot 7S. Philip Galnsforlb. of Wooler, Kast orthumberlsnd. dropped dead .tending to traps near his home. Per. John Bailey, a former pastoi1 Knux i'resbytcrian Church, Plyiu- on, sails for Scotlauii this month Iu IB interests of the temperance Hisnce. i siwiliug Vteivrr vaiae-J at Wesley College, Wiuislneg.-b.as cou- ferrert tha degree of Doctor of Divinity upon Rev. Chas. E. ilanniDg, Metho- dist missionary Frank Cable, tht< Chstham man caught housebreaking in Wocdslock. was sentenced to Burwash tor not less than throe months or more tlian three years. Mrs. Andrews, London, the iiiotliw Thomas, was allowed to go on sus- pended sentence, and McCallum was ined cnn Lewis Co., of planning the: development t Sea Clljfe Park, Leamiugtpn, on scale similar to the resort at Port tanley. Tho C.'Turnbull Knitting Co.. Gait ,ave a terrace, and will to accoinmodale le employes, they (ire bringing from icotlaad: Wargaret Adair, 9 years old, of St. -while, playing oil the treet, tripped; striking her temple against.a post and filed iostanlly.. Colin G. MacJ-e.nucut manager-of the Dunsmuir Hotel, Vancouver, fell out o'f a window while evidQiitly walking ii his ami died .from his in- uries. Representatives have been named 'or all the. provinces, except Prince. Edward participate in the conference at Ottawa in August to co-ordinate Labor laws. 'W. MoU and J. two To- ronto nien'arrested in Woodstock for laving a large quantity of drugs in ir are also charged] MASON and RISCH "The Suprcme Piano" No better built at any price, Sold at "Factory to Home" prices and on easy terml. Bltctc ot thi Aching Feet .'Those, jia'ius iii'.theJin'eel and aching cramps ia the toes. are' all -mdlcatldns''of Foot Troubles. i.WithjapiroaSbin'giSprln'g'and Warm Weather you will find these 'will .can correct them with one of Dr. Scholi's many ufevices for the mechanical relief of the Let us do .so now while the .weather is cool. A'pfoperiy corrected' fool with a properly lilted pair of shoes will give, relief. 'ASK TO 'BEFITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J, NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING home" am be'en irt bed ufi'ering from a severe cold. However, are glad; to repoit.that he Is ablo o tie seen -around "again once more. Much, advaolcige is'-tielng taken ot. e seed grain nndreliet offered to uttering The representa.- ive at Milk Riyerv is exceedlng- y busy interviewing farmers from his district alcme, Mr. and Mrs.'Lang, HacXe, after ipending the winter'months bard at work, returned to tbeir home here his week. .As they are newcomers we all join in giving them a hearty welcome. t Mlsa'Keith, of the Larehanl school attended; the teachers' conveh- JQII in Calgaiy this month. -.air. Jack Marlin, Hacke, held a large1, dance new home la.it Thursday. house-warming and everyone enjoyed them- selves Is one of the few. to own' large well built four- roomed houuc bathroom and pantry, jit, is a credit to tie Leasev Mr.- MfirUn'lR a returned sol- dier'wlio says'lhd't "you would hav4 to go tar afield before you would jfind any other country better than ihls.7 Owing to their house being burned down in KImb'al, .Mr. and.Mm. Talbot returned to their home in Klchfield. If the guess ot the Loader ia nr.rt given, and without 'roiu the department of McD. Diivirlion. V. V. Weaver. A strong committee appointed to look into thf-. whole question of Coalclale fair for 1520. Last voar'n folr. owing to Ihc generous local any grant agriculture, Chairman Crofts, of the Northern Irrigation project, acts the part of wise counsellor -when he cau- tions being too precipitate in taking action in regard to the Irriga- tion construction. Ilo mpressea tlic; rigfal neighborly consideralioti when tie urges giving the llarOT.s-Macleoil farmers a chance to come in on thr projecl. With nil that the success of tlio Northern Project means, U cannot afford anything ii: the way of rash action in Iniri-ying on construction when ultimate arc weighed iti tlic tft 3 balance lo tho good of about An cxccllcn'. program was giv- en. 3ecllattQ.il, .11. A. S'.iggitt; rei-t U ion. J. 3, Lefliri; rwUntfcn, Wr. W, Honoysell. Schcmlk Troupe' pave "xccllent minicr.y to old fanh ioneil Solo, J. B." Mitchell Is spencllng days at Coaldafd. Tic has cotnnletcf his normal course In Calgary and so rnred a.position as teacher at.Coulep Hank scrhool, near.Nemlscam. PILOT-SOAT SINKS' 3T. JOHN, X.JtV'ArpIl How fird Troop, a pilbt-toat of this port, wn.i funk Saturday' niglil in a broad collision with' the Cahadla'n Voyagor. The Troop was valued ft about R-ltli insurance, tit Jivys were loaV With Many Minister Kor the Summer MII.K illVKH'.April J. Harris iiade f. business trip lo Lclhbrlrlge in Monday going through to Orcat Palls on Wednesday. Mrs. Moire left on Saturday for u rip to Great Falls. K. Baltics on Wednesday of last veek mot with a serious accident by 'nllln? from a box car backward, lie is now progressing favorably being fibU} to sit up for a wnlls each day. Tho Women's Institute were enter- tilncd on Wednesday, afternoon, at tho home of Mrs. K. Hunck. Four visitors were present. Dainty refresh- ments were served by tho hostess and It was decided to hold their next meeting with Mrs. H. 3. Harris. :Mlss Smith and Miss Hlltz .return troni Calgary .oti'. Saturday after attending ttio teachers' convention. Schqol oflenecl on Monday afler tho Sifter with many new. be ginncrs. Tho diinco gltrert by Messrs. Harris, Ilemmlng on fYlday evening was a decided success, both "socially f.nd'financially, The government seed Is In town again f.t Mf .Hcramlng's'Office. 'J. !t; 'opened Wrb- cr shop anil p'6o1 hall In thc'Tolley hlock. i Xf Jus. Nelleui yt was ia "He Told Me About How He Got Strong After the'Flu'" I MKT tiiis man on tlm train on nerve forte in my system tlmt I went oil to pieces iril-h u liltln exertion." tlifl not get lie continued, "liiilil f hud used Dr. Chase's Nerve Food for about two weeks. 13y that time ray appclilc was pood and T began to feel like myself ngiiin.'r "For a tiinnlli I scarcely missed a dose of the. Nerve Food nml nm now feeling fine. I cat and sleep well, lake the some old pleasure in'my work lhat I always, did when in hcattli. I thought for a whilft that I would have 10 quit tho road entirely but f never felt better than I do now." "He left the train then but tliotieht I never heard a stronger Tceommendnlion for any IrenUnent than ho gave for Dr. Chase's Nerve Food." Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, all dealers, or :Edmanson, Bates Co., j.ld., Toronto. On every box of the genuine article you will find the portrait and signature of A. home from the coast and ho t telling me about having the, very badly and how he regained strength by using Dr. Chase's Nerve. Food. "Then he look n box of the Nerve Food out of his grip and wits so enthusiastic abmiI il that I said, 'You arc not selling Food, are you'." "Oh, he sajd, "I an not' selling it, but I am recommending il. When I find n. jjood thing I believe in telling others about it. I was on my back for two weeks with the, 'flu'tind when J got up 1 was so v'cak lhat I did not get out of the bouse for ten I started out on the rood but did nni have the energy to sell goods." "What seemed to .be the I "Tho. doctor said m'J nerves were'-in bad lie said, not sleep nights after talking to .a custqmw J Chn seemed to, all in. sti little author. Chnso, ihs fnmotis Receipt, Rook ;