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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTHBRIDGS UAUTi' HEKALD FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920 Ube Ibetalb Hlfcerta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publlttiert THE LCTHBRIDQE HERALD I MINTiNa COMPANY LIMITED 329 Street South. CeWibridgs W. A. BUCHANAN, President and Managing Director. John Torranca Business showing thmselves cautious end seeing if they get ready to meet the day, should it oil daifi part of the Pro-race, with TisStalioa a? hoppers. Msktns preparations to withstand toe. danger -will bo ouly adopting the poHoy ot rasuraSee in Trhtoh we- lurro all to Farmera in the district Trill do well to proSt by the warning; given by Mr. B. H. StrfcSland. He hs.6 placed be- fore preventatlre measures necessary and these should cniv- Do You Know? TOpAY'S- QU EST1QN8 1. most or -nrKlns! 2. Why called? ,t was the origta ot 4. for? 5. {arm are Oailuet Mlntatera so Uncli What does in stand Wuen was construction on fully studied. At the SJnie tlma there a grf it call for in delect- j ics tie firtt appearance of these j from the larvae that may In j BOfl. ThMi? ihcuid be war waged i after what a careful observation ly on Saturday has ils mer le fine ideal behind it 1n sauc- by a looking after Ihe graves ot those who h een soldiers 1n the Greet War. jroinds tho community cbliga ;ionilin ths.way of a reverential mem are asso- ly, the of [the famous exploit of Captain Carpenter -and 4he in the bottling up of'thev enemy..submarina-basfc al SWelrugge. On that day the BrilUh ships went into action under the signal "St- George, for England." While thorp admirals of the lied. White, 'and Blue, in the fast, Hodney and kel- son always, fought using the; St.. flag for iheir emblem, "and! al! the actions la the Great War weijo under .that Bag. in coraolnation with tha-white ensign as the national ]ilag at .Therefore St. George's and with 11 St. George's Day, means' a deal'to the. British Empire, H has teen'said BR MAN coats each in aousheed. Alta. g'hey ire being brought in from Saskatche- wan. ing UIB U.T.K. mucii iraiible-iutoiKK througa-the mountains wcK of Mmoaton. J. F. Shuto waa elected president of the Brantford G.W.VIA. has made the Domlutoii government offer of J275.000 f ba penitentiary Thomas A.'ltutledse ol Winnipeg is appointed assistant postmaster at Kd- niouton. luccessful Hunt With Dance to Insti- tute to Meet (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGKATH, April prslrie squirrel dance held on. Friday night proved tn be one of the largest and test ol the season. The U. P.-'A. had divided thei town Inlo the east" ant! west sides for the .squirrel killing. Owing tn so much stormy, cold we a- ther only Ihreo thousand five hundred lails were brought in to count, the side winning by 400 tails. So beside the east side Belting a free danco there will be a few leso gophers to eat the crops this year. H; M. Rirle, a former resident o: who staved ta.-Qsisn. Utah Iwo years ago, Is spending a few days in town on business. Prof. Salt'Lake Clt> has recently arrived to start pulling in crops on.his Canadian farm. Hi reports a backward spring with coli weather and storms in.the south coun IFrflw nur Own CARDSTOX April baa reached here that Mrs. Hoi- land who was taken to the hospital at Letbbrldce for treatment dW this morning. K will be remembered that she was confined to her bed a tew weeks BIO and did not recover., AB she grew was takon to Lethbridxe for treatment, body lie ehipjtd end biiriec in' the fataKy lot. a h'mband and one little boy, the a tnother Mw, Anderson, and three Mrs D. G. Ofcnd. Mrs: Oliver aad Mrs. Harry Olaiid, all of Csrdiion who Ytolted her the day before the passed away. Her mother was with her end came. -The sym- pathy oj the entire community goes out to Mr. Holland in this sad bereave- ment. funeral wlli be from the L.D.S. Church of whkh ohe was a The f who heen attendinf iciiool during the past fire months, at Oalsary, returned homo on Saturday -excepting Mr. Ed- win B. accopted a position as feacher near Cardstoh has reason lo he- proud of the record made by her boys and girls at Normal this year. They we're 'Miss Glenn, air. Edwin S. Low, Grant Samuel TV. Coombs. Ora Nlelaon, Ora Williams, and Ronald Folsom. Miss Glenn have accepted a school at Uel Bonita. The snow nas been falling nil day nd sureiy -tlio land fs esturated-now. Vlth a few weeks at sunshine ols the. farmer