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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAUE FOUR THE LRTJiftMDGE jUllA' WEDNESDAY, AinUL, 21, She alberta lestant Churches o( Ireland to the! Stales in December last io counteract j tho Sinn Fein propaganda there, nu'ii-' lions that the- delegation made clear' from the beginning ot their campaign' that, although they represented tao i I'rotes'.ant Churches of Ireland, it was not an Indication that the Roman Catholic Church of Ireland en- dorsed tho Siuu Fein movement. Tlie delegates quoted largely from lead- ing Roman Catholic author o! Irehiml, Father MacDoncId, who is a in Maynooth College and of ilu- Btautichest opponents c-r tho Sinn Keiu i movement. i The'Sinn Kein leaders iu America sought to make the delegation appcir i as leaders in religious strife as to; ilessen American interest in their Audit Bureau of i work. This ettort failed and ibe dele-1 Subscription Rates: kept riRht on iti the fearless Daily, delivered, per week......5 .151 denunciation of. the Sinn Feiu Rtroci- Dgily, delivered, per ties in Irelauii. Many Homan Dally, hy mail per year S-Ofl1 have expressed appreciation pi DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisherj THE LfiTHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th Street. South. Ltthbridge A. BUCHANAN President and Managiug Director Jolm Torranee Business Manager Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1 1 Wbat was the tffst vaiVer.ra.'Can- ada aud when was U IssuMI, Why are- the- Dragoon reglrnonu so colled? 3. What Christian nauio has more variants than any other? I, Who were the Queen's Marys? fi. '.s the Ixnlesur? 6. Wheu waa created a province? start1 seeding It tho finp this' Seeus al 'leasV'IhfeeY.fcet dl 'saolstufo. and eyerypho IB very opHjnistlc. Weekly, by mail, per year l.SUi Wetily, hy mall, per year to U.S. 2.PO ,ho ot thst sion .FeiB RfeVlSlNG THE PENSION LAW statement is true that a Van- couver whose three sous killed overseas, had her pension cut she "was adding to the same' as a means of sustenance by shed that she bad made habitable, it is high tliue. wijh a grea1. call for the changing or the pcnalon policy and method by the delegation. Calgarv.has decreased the value pi its This modesty Is sur- prising. The cabbage industry is to be en- cc'uragej In by the plac- ing of a higher duty on the' imported cignr. ''Must have a" concerted revolution TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS' What JMrsesI" i'. When and where was the first public library founded! 3. What is an Intercalary day? 1. What arc Horse .v Why is the poet laureate so (i. Wbai is the "Divining -ANSWERS 1. The. empty cases of Ashes' eggs frequently thrown up by the -wives on the sea-beach. 2. founded in Athens by P'u'.i trntos, B.C., 510. 3. A day foisted in between. two others, as the of February-In Leap Year. 4. A region of calmVlri thfi A.tlantl: between 30 degrees atid 35 degrees North; so called -becsusij ships I; from Europe with houses bound tc America or the West.Indies we're of- ten obliged to lighten 'their freight by casting the horses overboard when calmbound. 5. .So (roni cue- is difficult 10 see what "ie uef' epiild have been brought to bear t0l'railaal OIMJ justify (olwitn Mu tie.-yancouver widow, ;V Her pension in all'amounted lo-the'email nd -final- nlasijifernda ball of tho'seasoh although" it feared on account .tirpijle conditionvof the roads, the wpuld a great success financially, tiie hafi was filled ivilh patrons, andohVjT.pt th'e best dances ot the season' Tvas1 fhe result. People "came in frdin'thc sur- rounding !hptteba6k and by democrat and the townspeople attended almost inia body. Many of the nfosl gofgcouB cbs- Oar Own MACLEOD. .April 19th; J9iO, was the first secciini? (Jay lit the Macleod district. North of lhe: river II. was among the first to start {he'seeders, 'which he did Mon- day. He uses horses and they aro in good condition, having been kept haul- ing bayj and teed "all winter. He're- ports the soil in good condition; The is'loose-ana moist, w'ltll'a froSl bottom below. Kas; of Macleod an odd one started the same day, and s6uth a few are on tiie 'and. Tractors ate not out yet, but are about ready. have always been left-to the Kastern provinces to pull but tie past few days have-seen _one completed In Macleod, when the Jrfac- leod News .was absorbed by the iSac: leod Times, and is taken over, with the Mailjeod .Tineas editor .how. to poaseTssion of thVedlturial chair in the News office. the Times is but a seems (d he strong and" ready- for "the" "work of looking after the Maclcflil newspaper business. The Tlmesfhas'how the plant of the News, but'nbrthe staff, and will .con- tlane TTm'es and report ihe.advancement of the leod town and "district. About- Saturday evening, while a prominent railway official was driving 'into' {lie Ford Garage, uow the Mid-lands Service Station, he plac- ed., hjs JTojit.on tie. wrohg.pedal, and htS'Mto went ahead Instead of back, 're'slitt 'that' his car hui through the pUle-jglass. irindow, the .c.arry.ing ..with Jt.. plale glass, partly inside and'partiy email pieces. was a costly.niove for the driver, blit might havo; beim-'TVorse had he ndt stopped it lid saved him self from being'cuV-by the glass. Houses in" Mucieod are now at a premium, any one moving has alway'E two or more on the waiting list, {o take sonn Wllh'-ib" 'increase in rates, the pas has for leas than enodsh; to take' care ot tho repairs and taiee. Hay-is coming In., from.'the through; the.'Governilient. and being distributed, several" ca'rfe eacl week of Quebec tinj.otby -is being sold by tho dealers. 'A -few cars froh have' atrired, but it 'I feared that the strike- has dclayei :mnny that have .been- ordered. ''Gardening is now th6 order of th day, and everybody. put with hi Ixradon teanisiefi atklnj }13 a day for city Preston town council struck its lax for' the year nt S9 tniUs. Guolph Housing Commission j will build twenty.five brick heoses. Oraogo Grand ot On- tario met in Orlllia. county iihysiclans will charge for day and for night calls. Mrs. John McNeil, of Wanstead, died otheirffalluro across the: river at Port Huron to spend a tew tours. Freighters on the Great ed navigation Kt Windsor on April .15th. Teh huge motor lorries are com ing from Detroit to take uack incr- cSi'ndlae.- Jas.'Gi a returned' sbldler. has been appointed night police-man for a day, (or, street c-ir travel are eufficliut. V. Perry! London, C.P.H. cb'nductor, wtvs severely injured when he fell from Uia xnu.ot a train whoi) it Alesandor '.'Sandy" Richie, who commuted suicide nl Elora, by jump- ing from u bridge to tho rocks 100 (cet below, was well known in Gall. Dr. McCulloush, Ontario M.O.H., says' iJal? ahpw an exceptionally: death nmong 4 j-.f Zeuo -4S.- dropped oil the road, Walkerville. lie had relatives and pwued uroperty !n Norlhera Onlatlo. de'ealed, by 496 votes to "13, a money for the, c-onslHictton of u new n-atcr works .Bystem costing using the'lllver'Thause? us the eourca of supply. >Vheu A. Sraith, a London town- ehip farmer, i-enioved some hay from his ha'ru he found a full of heavy truck fires.' which had bteii stoleu from til e C.p.K. slatlou last winter. It Is reported that Sir Robert Bor- den Is to return to Ottawa and make a speech outlining the policy of the Union Government, with more than passing reference to the tariff, and then retire. The passing ot Borden is to he signalized by n passing refer- ence to the tariff. The Putcotne should he interesting. princess, characters grand' operas, naval and a granid and fancy costumes that a wonder to' the onlookers. The music plted by a .five piece .orchestra was. all that ooutd' bV desired. -.The luncheon was donated and, served 'by the ladies of Vulcan. Whiche'r rake and'spade turning pyer. the pip of soil for the family, dur- coining won the lady's fancy'costume priie j representing "Carmen." Long as I a Count of the-gent's j "'aiicy costume first prlie. Miss j Hodge, as 'UritUnla, 'lirst prize forl Families in Chicago are- making original ot houseboats. Here is a DrtEinal costume, an Indian prince, Mrs. comic Here is Iloman Catholic Church are Inclined Ijldea to cojie temporarily at least with j tump." Messrs'" .to be In sympathy with the Sinn Fein Ihe housing shortage in Lelhbrldge ficnt's comic coslurrie repreaentlog the and -with Mr.. De Volora. In tlio clr- the following pronounce- raent, made not long ago by Cardinal Ixigue, .of N'ew York, is not. without -la meaning in its relation to the Sinn .Fein movement. Cardinal Logue, as he -was report- :-ed, denounced in tho strongest lerms Home' Rule' Bill.' "This'ia npt'Surprlslng In the mixed it hag met -with. The Carilinaj declnr- ed Ihat the vast majority 'of Irishmen; even of Ulster, We absolutely'oppos- ed to the hill. It is not these opinions are of so much ac- cPunt as the slraightforwar.! slate- raent he made that fieland should re- main within the Hritish Empire. The Cardinal's words are regarded as a.'blovrjto .the Sinn Fein. wsre :aH follows "I 'am convinced ihat If a satisfac- tory, measure of Home Rule were in- troduced people would iiceept it. but f It muat be one measure applied to tho whole of Ireland. The -present regime of repression, deportations. And re- prisals V.-I11 conllnue as long as Bng- land de'nlc-3 this. son ally, not bn- log a Sinn Feiner, I bellovc 8 repuhllc is out of the question. It le true that Irishmen would defend their country against armed invasion by any Povver, it must i oyent of gaining separation, II m be remembered that -big empires count nowadays, and Ireland has not the with which to. defcm) her- self agatant a formidable enemy. My own soluiion is lliut Ireland should remain within the British Empire with a Parliament similar to that of Can- ada or .'Auatralia." In the relation of the Jtoman Caih- Church as a body to Sinn Fein, Commissioner U. S. Irvine, writing in "English Speaking-World" In refcr- eaco to the delegation from tho Pro- with profit lo the ciljr. Why not build a certain amount of houseboats ant) anchor them in Henderson Lake gold dus! twins. The prizes were all donated ty merchants of Vulcan. Thai the -band is.a popular and re- cognized institution; and that.the peo- Grain Being to Make up for lialis Seas6n charging a rent for the same. We pic as a whole and individually arc commend the idea to his Worship and; giving it their supporl'Is'Sho'fvh hy the fact that eve-ry' oocial function held under its auspices..Is a great siiccess. Vulcan is jila.lly p'rplid o! its band which was formed eight months ago, and .Syh'lcli''. 'lias.bte'n brought up to a surprising, slate pi perfection under the able-leadership of Mr. Obsr, in lhal-'phort ispacc cf time. They gave their; second" semi- monthly concert al tho.'Community Theatre on Sunday night, and the. sum of {28 was realized from'the'collec- tion. Caps for the players have hech ordered, and they are cortle'mplltlrtg a complete uniform- as saon. nances will permit, We shall certain- ly hear more of the Batld, Miss Grant, n teacher In 'the Do- mestic Science department at.Calgary, was the BU03I of Mrs. Bmbree. over the Easter holidays.; Mr. James. I.evsrlngton, .whoihois been on an extended trip through the Peace Kiver country returned to Vul- can last week. fellow Mayor Clark of Edmonton. Is lo have a thousand ..dollar rttotor car provided tor him by the grateful citizens. Con- EX-lng'tlie financial position of muni- Edmonton is by no means the exception, the belief evi- dently la that a show of' prosperity. In thus dignifying its mayor, counts for a very great deal in the import- ance ot the effect of appearances. We trust his Worship of I.ethhrldge IB not unduly jealous'over the .regard shown lo his confrere at lOdmonlon. George W. Slsson, President of the American Pulp and Paper Association, demands that restrictions o', the Im- port of pulp wood to the States should he met by rclallnlory measures In the] Mr. ,Mrs. nichard Conlin, old. cunaiiment of the ttniiorl of coal from lhe states (o Canada, He evidently holds the View that if CAnnda with- holds the material for lighting fires with, then the. material for fires j should, as. a fjutd pro (luo, be with- If overalls -become the fashion, with a rush for the same there ia bound lo bo the naual experience of demand and supply. What in the result is (o prevent overalls gelling into Ihe pric-c list of fashionable clothing? Ami wlial of the man who lias always overalls with the hardships Inlllcteil on. him in having to pay more lor ills overalls. Tho patched garment would he the belter way. The crazy quilt description of garment would on. a wiser policy than the present over- all craze. time of Vtitcnn, rcturne'd lost week, where Mr. Conlin still has several business Interests. While'-here [he disposed of his livery bam to Mr. Angus Sinclair, who will operate the business In (utnre. Mr. and Mrs. Con- llr. on SaliTday for llioir.old home In Ontario. Dr. Kelster, of Dayton, who two years ago purchased 1120 acres oj land In the Vu.can district, Is regis- tered at tho Imperial hotel here. The Doctor is very enthusiastic over the prospects for-a good crop tills year1, anit :-as no intention of offering his land for sale. In fact he Is looking for more, as he claims he is looking-for a shnrp advance In Iftnd prices inside a year from now. Ho brought an ex- pert trncfor engineer along wild him. will spend (he 'smmmtr monilis in -breaking- all the1 virgin prftirio possible for nojfct year's 'crop. Thr heavy fall ot snow we had on Thursday night the. lias just nbont disappeared, and (he roads arc ilri'Mly ilryinf Tnrmcrs expect Windsor will spend this ear in purchasing supplies ot fuel T coal ryard. at the F. E. Partridge libber _Co. plant, Guelph, have, gone n strike Jor a'ten per cent. Incteasc. August Bauer, proprietor of the oyal hotel al Mitchell, was sentenc- d to four months Iu jail for selling duor......... i has heen commenced at Ojib- y on We'noW blast fur- ace' for the United States Steel Cor- oratlon. B. Tyrrell, of Toronto, has bseu Piiointed consulting-engineer1 to the 'r-.tional Alining Corporation, -Lou- on; Eng.' V AYindsor jMislmcn complained to the 'b a I in aster-General" that two ticket A Cleyeland. 'inan groping In bureau drawer tor a cigarette In the darkness touched ctt'a'revolvpr.'The buljel went .through" the .woll arid wounded a iilan in In tho next room. THE PIANO FOR YOU B ECAUSE it lasts a llle- tlme and gives perfect- glways !a a There's a snd. for every, purpose.i y -t SoliTbn easy TerM's' to Home1' style Blttk Your ijLaist Ghiance O tq Secure a Pair of Jl MEN'S SHOES We have pairs of the famous Hart and Harry makas.lBUUoii. and lace patent leather to go' on sale Thursday for three :dayS only at ?3.65 a'palr. you went a pair.of good shbes. WJ J. NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDING STIRLING, an Wednesday a number- ol men wei out and gave tho church hPilse a ne coal of paint which'adds very muc to the appeanince. 'A: i Ahoiit a mo'nth ago1 they repalnte the. interior church. Wr. and Mrs. ,1'., F. .jlhrjctento. Vfho have.been td Coalhurst to se their Mrs.Tpckston, relur ed home Monday evening. Everybody Will soon he- cleaning1 u (heir yards as the mud Is drying up and we arc Very much pleased to see fine -weather after six month's' winter.. .Tho park grounds are being plow- ed'reatly foriflax, preparatory to.plant- Ing grass and trees; -They will also fence the grounds this spring. The men are busy fanning grain and getting ready for spring plant- Ing. On account of bad weather it has made it rather late 'for the farmers. The village council met Tuesday evening io discuss matters pertaining to tho village, Mr. Zcbulln Skouson, of Lethbrldge, was here Thursday evening; -for llin purpose ot reorganizing' the boy scouts. .There was ei-Very good at- tendance of the boysi and mefl, and the organization was made complete. The boys arc working hard lo keep It up. 'Friday evening a. dance was given in tho church. A large crowd attend- ed and all aeomed fo enjoy the tlmo. INTERESTING MILITARY QUERY OTTAWA, April 20.-'fDy Canadian ituestlpn is of con- siderable Interest 'fp military officers generally will bo-asked in the house Wednesday by A. W, Chlaholm, mem. her for Inverness, N.8. He asks for a list of of lhe heartnuarters slaff who have horses and grooms, or batmen, supplied them sines 'August also for the cost of such a pru- Ccerling. The question enila hy asking If niflcera who not hnve a horne and groom received any fctira pay In llfu thercpj digestions. Its benefits., .are as GREAT as its cost is SMALL! It satisfies the desire for too. CHEW IT fiFTER EUERV MEAL ;