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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTHRRIDGB DAILY HERALD '-HimSDAY, APRIL 22, 192 ttbe letbbriboe Ibevaifc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE UETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th Street Sagth. Lethbrldge W. A. BUCHANAN' President and Managing Director John Torrance Puainess Manager ed the necessary oil which .was nt'ed- cd lo grease the wheels cf an eleo tion campaign. The vvhola process debauch ins snd tjiideniccrs'ic to a degree, in that it gave rich corpora- tions, or even individuals, u leeway over those not so- placed. With regard fc> the coutt-nUous clauso. tho interpretation put on it by Mr. Girthrie is timely. Courted will) this comes the information ihr.i the U.V.'A. of Manitoba, according to lesul advice, has been informed that tiie i-lnuse, as at first understood, ivill cot -.itfart in way thpi adopt by thataurt other farmer orgiuiirati the raising ot funds for political Member Audit Bureau ot CirculatloaE. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per'week -1? The aim and principle o! clause 10 was to put an cod to the praciUv tluu Do You Know? many tractors cowing Into the eoun-lThis land joins that of the entcrpris- tryV Farmers prvbibly would buy lot farmer known iUroughout. that mow' of they the.means to district as Racks. It is also. In a safe pstt'cl tho country, as the main ditch has obtained in the financing ct poll- j tical campaigns. The principle em- TODAY'S; QUESTIONS, r i the Gran'irypt Enropet 2. What Is s Who created the title ot mayor? 4. What it Kentish Firef What is 1'allssy ware! 0. Where and th? first post oKiws established in WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What wds the first paper ia Can- ada and when WHS It issued? 2. Why are the Dragoon regime' so called? 3. "What Christian tame has more variants than any other? 4. Who were the Queen's Marys? What is Ihe Lodestar? I i' When was Alberta created a tSe- country -thtre wbuld'teem fc> .po ereat deal of land reid Mrftehlitcoy reidy Feed tad plied. ployed, cannot ie. applied, nfs .Daily, delivered, per'year "7.50 understand it. to the system icaugur- Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year ......1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE. DAY THEY HELD THE tiNE IVprtl 1916, will ever remain consecrated in Canada. U is the day oC St Julien, consecrated to the valor i ot Uie Canadian troops who held the line and saved the fate ot the Empire at a most- critical stage of the Great -War. .Yv'Sli" that day will ever be as- soiiate.d'the unflinching .iravery ol the Canadian troops-, arid -to. us-and to tho generations to cohie St. Jnlien trill, in the recitatand in the memory of oJthe'iiye years of war, stand among the great. Canadian: Ex- peditionary by the United (farmers in this en Province and elsewhere. In these the distribution in the way ot subscrip- tions (o a.campaign fund is very wide- ly spread. There is so to speak a diversity of interest cbtahwd. Tiie candidate in the'election, in his to those who have helped to pay the expenses o: tlie campaign, is an impersonality rather than a personal- ity. !le incurs no individual obliga- tions and has no favors to distribute he is elected! and no favors are ei- pected as hi the. old system. Politics in Canada, it cannot be gainsaid, hive sutfered from the power of the "purso in the methods ot tho election campaJsns in voguo. The interests of what are'lhe common people, have.'. suffered. isccordii The new clause does away cpr- Htcept amongst those .who took part c.i ruptuon, or at least manes Jt verj- dit in the 'glorious' achievement of St. ._ iim f, 1 imagination cannot picture the aVful ecene on'Xpril 22nd live years the bowels.ol hall. Bwrb 'broke i out' the deadly gas, the most-Inhuman device which any'lu- hae conceived since men: chose the battlefield for the arbitration of the. Issues .wblcii' brought them in conflict. We can. form only a partial picture pi the consternation" created by the strange and unearthly visitation. We can dim- ly visualize the agony caused by the 'hell blast, -irith the tortures with which its victims writhed under its influence. We can see in our mind's eye the terror-stricken, fleeing Tnr- cos and Algerian their superstitious fears harrowed by the gas, them us f it liberated by some terrible god of i war. But amidst these conflicting' scenes, clearly and grandly will stand i in relief the undaunted courage of tho Canadians who stood to their t duty and held the line against o3ds V which no troops in the world had ever ficulL It is. a ;T7olcome sign in the regeneration politics, riloney has to be provided for "elections to give the Veor man a juhanco his wealthy brother: -'But in -the neccs- sity of tiie same th'e'better .way is the I farmers' ivay.aud far to he preferred over the old one now-happily, it Is io be trusted, 'put' an' end to finally. ANSWEhS 1. The llalitaj "Gaiette." March 25th, 1752. Because they used to be armed with dragons, "which were short mus- ;ets which snouted out lire like the' 'ab'jleus beast so named. The head of a dragon was wrought on the muz- zle ol these muskets. 3. Elizabeth. Tho variants are Eliza. Isa, Isabel, Uizle, Elisaic-tta, Betty, Uettlua', Bess, Bessie, etc. 4. The iour Marys: Mary Beaton, Mary Livingston, Mao" Fleming, and Seuton; so. called because they were of -the sauie age and the com- panions ot Mary, afterwards Queen ot Scots. 5. The leading star by which mar- iners 'FIX SPANISH RENTS Priest is sick list. We all wish MADRID, Aprl fixingj rental rates-lor houses and flats in- this city has been passed by the lower vEUi more bauyant spirits than last lair. At Wlnmfreci (From Our Own Correspondent) WINNIFIIED, April armera were on the land and Tuesday forenoon, but since ihert ain and snow have delayed seeiilng. At Bow Island (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, April change in the weather1 came yesterday (Tiles day) attemoon. Sometimes It is rain ing and sometimes a light snow Is falling. Still wet at 6 p.m. Wednes- day. AT.r.FOREWOS.T.'.i i; (From Our Own Correspondent) FOREMOST, April mon moisture In tho form of rain .-ant. snow ca'me last night this niorn Ing! 'Fanners say that crondftlons lo a seldom1 been cs'favor'abl as this-Spring, nqlwithttantllng thi Ifttft season. J There has work ot the land and no seeding do'ne yet. 0: account ol the scarcity ol help, eve1 at (he high wages, anrt- tho late.-se; son some farmers hotng ahlo to get In .as largo an acrt age as Ihey would like bill, on accbin: ot the moisture they are determine to seed all Ihey possibly can. Horse generally are In poor an so it will not be possible to, crow them. There does not seem tc bonds are of the market value prac- tically of those of the Province. Al- berta six per cent, bonds, maturing in arc quoted at 103.36, with a yield ot 5.60 per cent.; city six for cent, bonds, maturing 1921, are quoted nl 103 with B yield of 5.15 per cent. Irrigation project. It would hot be out of placo in speaking ot irrignlion to- reffr to irrigation litinds. In Uie particuH.r nature of' Sirigajlcm projects, such ;is the LellibrMge Northci'ti, and inking tho rcsiilUi o( the Minldokat project, no reason why tho security ol miitiicipal bonds should not apply In irrigation bonds. In the latest rpu lions in the bond market Ivethbrfi By a peculiar telepathic, alalc of mind, In the Impression his pronottcc- ment In regard to Sinn Fein produced In Xew York, we flcscribiMl Cardinal IXIKIIO, Archbishop ol Armagh niul II. Primate o! Ireland, as ol New York. Our attention has been called to tho same, ami, lest we may uncoil- Fciously hurt any Irish suscflptibill- tio.i through the little lapae, our apftlwjlr-s are in order. Our thanks (lie reminder her speedy Mr. C. "who has been sick lor some time past, is now doing weH1 under 'th'e 'skilful treatment ot Dr: On Wednesday olMast week the government Inspector of the health departmenVyiaslh'Jt'fjwh.: He inspect ed hotel, ant various ihto'whlch his Due to the-late ness of the spring, our back yards nd streets could not present the tidy ppearance deslredf hilt we hope the Hiciai "would judge with sbme'degree 1 tolerance. Mr. aiid Mrs. "W.; J. Sherwood were. Isltors In Lethbridge on Wednesday ast. MrS.. T. pi Hunter returned rom Long BeaclvCal., arriving In on "Wednesday. Mrs. Hun; er reluriied "to BaVoiiS, and Mr. Hun- er'went on to T6fqntd-to attend the uneralol his Mr. P. W. TIcklei' of Iron Springs was a' yisltorsf with" "Mr." Verslays on Thursday.'the 16tfi." it Is'reported'fhat Mr. W. Moore la he first to'g'ot to'''WOTk on the' lanfl. HIs'farm north bf'here, helng lighter and than some other lauds, is dry earlier after, a fall, of moisture. than he heavy lands. A great number of fanners have .heir seed grain .clean and ready Idr sowing. They afso reckon, they'are consuming hurriedly their teed that they hoped would help them through a greater part of spring work. Barons streets have been lined with mud during tho past days. Hence the order In vogue has been rubber boots for ladles and gentlemen. Mr, Smithes has been repairing 'the sidewalks after tho Booils, some ot xvhlch were almost washed away In Ihe high tide. A meeting In.tho opftra use on Friday last, under the aus- pices of the cchool staff, for tho pur- pose of considering plans for holding a school fair. A request was sent out for all parents ratepayer's to thus giving their Interest to Ihls important project. The main Idea Is thai boys and girls may become interested in "the- garden Ir. school years, and thereby develop a" longing tor nature greater produc- tion which, the nation needs. Mr. Thomas Davlea, son Ol-Mrs. K. Navies of Albion Ridge, Is -.spending some days with his sister, Mrs. W. ItnrHi Mr Davles has been in busi- ness in Vermilion, and alter a few days holidays expects to go to Van- ouver. Mr. J. Oaulron.npw has his show room ready in connection with hln garaije business. Ho has a first class assortment ol automobile to." t-alg, Mcjtsrs. Burnay and KalrftVlrl a largo number .ot first class seeilers now set up ready lor spring work. With the rush of country business, that in the town will progrefa corrc Mr. Ilujh Murry was a business visitor in Calgary, on Friday and Sat- urday of bst week. Mrs. n. McClelland and her two sis- ters. Jlljs A. anrt Miss M. Moir, worn In Lelhbrldgo on Saturday. .Mr. W. Verinables, J.P., wan a busi- ness visitor In Csfgary on Friday and stayed In the clly om the week end. Mr. L. 0. Burnap has Just recelve'ti his papc.rr. In connection wilh the naif section of land recently pur- In tbc Iron Springs district. house of parliament and has, been sent to the senate where an early, re- port is forecasted. Your Last Chance to Secure a Pair of MEN'! SHOES for We have 160 pairs' of the famous Hart and Barry makes. Button aiid leather to go on sale Thursday for Ihreo days only at ?3.95 a pair.' you want'a palr.of good shoes. W, J. NELSON GO. SHERLOCK BUILDING Oh, How the Doctor Did Alarm Me When He Said it Was "W did. he sayF1 "Well, ho 'lliat' the .grcnl. majority of people who had Ihe have suffered. from heart action; "I nover had heart trouble." "No, hut tho way the doctor explains it !3 that the nervous system is so fay the 'flu' that there is not enough nerve. force le.fl to drive tho machinery of the hody." "That is ahotit the way 1 fed, for I have no appclilc, and do not fee! alile to stir." should pivc it a trial. You know yourself that you are not gaining any "ito'.v would that help my "Because it enriches the'Wood and in: creases the nerve force. Anything that strengthens the nerves will naturally 'strengthen I no nclion of the hfart, for the heart, like, the stomach and other'organs, is on Iho iiprvons system for 'i "Well, yon talk as though you gitcjs your training as a nurse is coming in Useful." "Will you try tlio Nerve FobrJ, fhch y "Yes, J will give, it a good (rial, for I -stSjfft' expect to gain strength. Why noLtry Spmr nf 5" of Dr. Chase's Nerve "Oh, I do not see how that would help me." "N6w, John, I UiinV that is exactly what you need. It always helped me vjhcn'7 got run down in hcallli. niirl F hMr so many saying tlio same thing that I think you. am so glfld, for I feel snrft it will fiopn gel you feeling nil right, again." j You can obtain Dr. Chase's Nerve Pood from all dealers, or Hatca Ltd., Toronlo, On every liox_of the genuine you will find the portrait and signature of A. W..Chase, M.D., the farrtous Heeeipl Book author, ;