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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRmCB OAILV HERALD 2-1, 1920 She ioevatb letblmfcije, tUbertn DAILY ANO WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED J2S 6th Street South, Lethbridge W. A. BCCHAXAN' Preildcnt and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Mr. Powell ol Calgary, at teacher. hrtll all the children to work >jard tiowt to maio up for their cwny na-iSy" Saturday was avery LEST WE GO BACK In spite of the nature of conflict between'nations in tho Greet War, it had the effect of drawing together individuals who wele. joined in a common cause. Amount the Cations who i througed'the" ilaiu street No 'toother it treated mutual trust mid harmony. Timoiigft iudi iduals. "M doubt will bis metropolis r..rtilT.I l'nr 1 in nfvlr flltlirO. ieea ast she accepted a school. great i-tU'Jiip created. Vte iiavo It-arut to KUOW eaea j Clarke arrived hero from Call j teller, and by doing so to appreciate oach other in n wny that we should gury en Monlar. to the Bar have m-vor learnt to know normal times. I niinminr homo front Whltli PICKED UP IN lASSING TDK MAS Increased the yield of maple- syrup iu Ontario. Barrio Old Hoys' and Girls' neunlou will Utf uciu vm yu 1 Halifax.bad 'snowstorm which reached the proportions of a last Sunday. ja woman in spite of what have been re.sarJej us iirtificial social barriers. I There was osio preat ktu'liip crcatixt. We linvo K-arul to kuow each oihc1. j that llw world. the retrospect we caimot but foe at we knew it. was all the better for this kinship and this association j t.riinll Kiliott consideration 01 one to the filler. Jn this respect tic experience of Ihe war taught us much cf true values. There is tho danger toiiuv I ilial we muv so hack to Hie old j-roovof, to the wrapping of ourselv; tho families or WlUiata and had the misfortune ot democrat upaei olf of high graded road. Fortunately one was seriously Injured, although tbey received a severe Ehaking-up, civic elections will take place-on April 3Sth. HalF.'ax catpeniors bare voted two lo one against daylight taviug. Potatoes sold at Chatham last Sat- for {5.25 a tas. or a peck. saring goes into effect at Chaitottetown, today. The, recent cold spell considerably naud badly a Ehuper. while operating J. Vi'llcoi, Oovornuicnt cmploy- (lint 100 meu on farms If be had them. with nur mrii petty (o the fclf-eousi-iotisness of our own worth, i painful bruises. 1 t ii. .._ f by ma e of regard of the revival of those social ven in wliieli pride on being ent in. various shapes niui forms red, per year 7. So row- the p'eculiar glow wbicli (lie il per [n pj {o tlmt in it to u.S. to think that we arc better than others, Member Audit Bureau of tlic way some Subscription Hates: i prejudices which, even in which pride Daily, delivered, per "week .....'.5 -15 j democratie, arc present in. various shapes nnd forms. There may lie Billy, delivered, per year 7.So J row- the peculiar glow which (lie war epread is absent. 'in which we have been" though the valuAtion i is our own. ALBERTA AND THE It would be a thousand pities if all of what may bo' called UiOj .TENTH BATTALION elsaii'eJ relationship is to go back to tho hollow and sliiini aitificialilvj Tho indignation ovc-r the iiotlflca-which exited more or less in pre-war days. It should be a duty to that the Tenth Battalion is to bo cultivate the spirit that was manifest during the war, to organized in Winnipeg is easily human kimlnws that was so much in evidence still abound. etood In the very Ultimate reasons, have aroused tho same. Not only ara the members of the Tenth Battalion in tho Province greatly stir- red over tho arrangement but it can ho that their feelings are shared by the people, of the Province gener- ally. .As an Infantry battalion it Is not too much lo Bay lhat the Tenth Bat- talion is identified with tho Province, The claim for this identity is em- phasized by the tacts given by the Secretary of the Tenth Battalion As-i which I was In eight months, iocialion in Calgary. He draws at- in current and arrears. In 19W. when Section to seventy-five per cent, of the' j was in the whole year, we collected personnel of the Tonlh Battalion he-: f i.on.OOD of current and arrears. Of ing Alberta men. trio above sum approximately I612.MO Tho Fighting Tenth has had a gior- j wa5 current; out of a levy of {ous record in the war, and, without'ami the balance was brought 01 by a] When wo sjwak of "Lest we it would be well to rem.ember the inilk! Ownerless Dogs Are i tract for New School is Awarded Comeltui cattlo huycr of St. John. bst seen in Fred- orlclon. baa beeu iiiliiius fo: threo i J. B. Addis, AlliKou, hus resigned j weeks, laa clerk of the Eighth Division Court ot Simcoe county.: away, it is hoped that such a me thief will soou bo caught clss