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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR HIE DAILY HERALD TUKSDAY, APRIL-27, W29 I1 ttbe Toei-alb QUtbbrlbge, HlDcvtn DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publilhers 1 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED '325 6th Sirtet South, Lethbndge W. A. BUCHANAN' President and .Managing Director JohB Torrance Business Manager s. whereby they can obtaui _ .anfl knowledge or things. If ihe! K are reckoned to be satisfactory I UU ,cb the better, iu the couiiilfno-J Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per'week .15 Daily, delivered, per year ,.....7.53 Dally, by mail, per year 5.03 V.Vnkly, by mail, per year 1.50 .Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.09 THE DEATH OF HON. A. G. MacKAY Irrespective ot political views held, it Trill be universally odraitted that in the death of the late. Hon. A. G. Mac- Kay, Minister ot Municipalities, etc., tho Province of Alberta loses a man of Kreat, and even of brilliant, ability in the Government nnd in tie Legisla- ttm> in Edmonton. The loss the Pro- vince bas sustained is made all tbe keener in. that tho deceased Minister has been forced io let go the reins of the Department which he so sbly handlcd at a time when a man of his mentality and grasp of things was mostly needed. 'iu tho present complex state of municipalities, in tie help in.straight- _ enlng out present tangles, and in mak- ing good tie harm that has been done in the evolving of policies with that too sanguine outlook on the future, biB guiding hand will be grcally missed. In tlia new portfolio.of Health, which was added to bis Department and of which he was the Minister, his un- timely decease cannot but be looked on as- highly unfortunate. In the Department of wnich the late Mr. MacKa'y was the controller he showed a' thorough grasp of the affaire connected wits it He saw where reform was necessary with a business acumen and a thorough understanding of all the facts and'the bearings on the same. His activity, was enormous, and, with the applica- tion of intelligent understanding that went with, it, was o! considerable value.. His energy was of 4ie wlee description and betokened the seis- ing of the responsibility of with a worthy 'consciousness to carry, out fully tho v The'late Af.G. MacKay was of the kind that: comes'to sheer tpuple.d with' eriofgy apd earnestness' to the task in'- hand. Ontario he was a leading figure In'the Legislature and rose to Cabinet posi- tion. In Alberta his rise was rapid. In a political career which -was brief here, covering a period of seven years, he advanced 'in meteoric fashion ib the eminence of a CaiineYiMinister. It was not long before he established hra -worth as a member ot the Legisla f ture of Cabinet timber. In tie handling of matters in Ihe X Health Department, the late Minister 1 a couraga which circum stances dictated. This was in tie 'flu epidemic in 1018-19. took tho practical steps necessary wjtb, a total disregard ifor anything in tho shape ot red iape and' wen olwad to combat tie prevalence o! tb epidemic in a manner which produce most beneficial results. He shov, htmselt in aa in other things man, ot conyiction, and lest no lim in putting it Into practice. TOMO who- -were Intimately a seeding-will uot ba genera! until next week. Thujacro- ago about same as'last year. Wheat about 60 percent. of with .intlnder oaU and flax, very little ban- :ey. Work done ,by 'horses- In this dlsj trlct. SeW .and ..feed on IB. supplies slow tu coining farmers, tcould put uiorft.teams in fjeld work if (npre plentiful, about So per teat. o[ lonil wUlfe seeded'in good slispf, the remniuder bo ttiilrbted'-Id..' i Rain and snow April 10; icotet'or'e" be- twpen, two feet; Seeding sinrtetj .April :2p, but 'not' general; help 1. What is your "funuy bone" feed scarce. Horses In very had why is it so j fbc lata season, ftirmcrs 2. What was the origin of the will not be abVtfl crep as many acres phr.isc -Pay the '4. When did the cult 01 spiritual- ism start? 4. What Is the origin of "Peace with What is "cupboard 0. How many seais are there in the British House of Commons? ANSWERS 1. It Is the inner condyle ct the occasionally to spire the time to visit j lie schools they will find Oiat the practice will be of material use to them in dealing with matters which they arc frequently calleii on to do at the periodic meetings of the Boanl, We commend this to their notice. It is not n duty Imposed on them, but one which, should they themselves, im- pose, will ba highly appreciated, we feel sure, by the public in geiieraL ihumerus; or untechnically he knob or enlarged end of the bone erminatiug where the nlnar nerve is exposed ot tho elbow. So called, with he sonsatron caused by a shock on it, rom a pirn on the word humerus, the tumerus hone being construed as the bone. 2, Rom the tradition about (he TO HOVE SLOWLY The dedsiou come to. to delay the ections and tbe issuing of the bouds tbe Lethbrhige ISortieru Irrigation reject, is ono which bas been well nd thoughtfully .arrived at. The ob- ecl underlying "tie'sama is praiso- orthy." In giving opportunity for the orth Macleod and "the JBaronVCar- langay farmers interested In irriga- oii to come in.-there is a happy corn- nation neighborly consideration rid ,of a praclic4l' yiew of what this union meairs -in Adding lo the attrac- veness 'of tie" bonds and In cheapen- ng cost bf 'ti'e project. Howertr eager tie desire lo see rrigatiori accomplished in tie I.eth- rI3ge Northern project, the old adage t "rnoro haste less cpeefl" applies. is distinctly a 'case, wl'ti all that s involved' iij'th'e'-prbject, to moje element th'at dunts taken''into conside'ration. Much leges on tie successfnl issue o! lie and this should temper a keeanoss lo see it materialise as soon S possible, though the temptation .Is trong in the natural desire to pusli head. The. advice given by Mr. Charles worth, ChairmHri of the 'Irrigation v-was..very .practical advice and the caution was a necessary one That it was followed was a commend able moie, in the truth that it is not A SUGGESTION TO iTHE SCHOOL TRUSTEES JiotMbink. thnt i.t.'is ouUid ihe.ftrnpUon .of (ie school trustees i tako on themselves the parsohal- In spettion pt'the aclicols from itlme t lime. In fact we believe that Oils I an Intimate anil proper function of tb Board. Ily inspection we mean via occasionally, on Ihe fnHiathe of mem bers of Hoard, to get tlielr ow viewpoint and oWafn ths alraosphei ot how things are really conducted i tfre schools.- If this practice, wer aduplvd.they would he able to stz things up. for themselves, and. so .ge the proper perspective ot them, i li'aco of having to rely entirely on reports submitted to them through Ino usual offldal In euggcstlnf; the plan we spcnk of do not by any tne.ins convoy any-, thing of an Imputation or -Insinuation lhat Uilngs In the schools are not such as Ihey should-be. This is far from our mind. What we propose is wlmt wo consider is distinctly tn tho pro- vince of nnd one of the functions, ond an Important function, of the school trustees. It Is the only means, how- perfect the running ot tho Pied Piper of Hamelin who agreed to cure the town of rats and mice; when had done so the people of Hamella refused to pay him, whereupon he piped again and led all the children Hill which closed over them. 3. In America in ISIS. Nineteenth century spiritualism probably owes its origin to Andrew Jackson, "the seer of Poughkeepsie." 4. Tho rallying cry of tho late Ixird Beaconsrield; il originated with his speech after the Beriin Conference (IS7S) .when he stated that he had brought hack "Peace with Honor." o. from interested motives. Tiie allusion is to the love of children to some indulgent person who gives them something In the cupboard, In. tho pr.esent.Parliament, elect- ij December 1918, and which inet iu February- 1919, -there cre-.707 mem bers as follows: Coalition'' 478 (Unionists 334.; liberals '133; tabor Non-Coalltion 223 (Unionists 4S; Liberals 2S; Labor 63; Sinn Pelncrs Nationalists 7; Independents, The seats are distributed as follows; England Wales 30; Scotland 74; Ireland 105.-. (H. P., Your question :how. the mill came 46 be used in taxation instead of percentage on the dollar, carries 'answer: 'The mill bcj-, as lasl year. Fanners are complain- ingon the poor slough bay. and many are feefllus straw Instead and feeding heavier on oats due to tbe high prices ot hay, best results. Strong wind Saturday, drying fast. COALDALE fFVom Our Own cvrresooMen COA1.DALB, April Work baa not begun on the land except here and there a little breaking. Ily Wednes- day, however, the laud that lies high will be dry enough to go ahead..given the present weather. It cow seems nevilablo that a good dea of tha crop will have- to bo disced in. as it is too late to plough. The late spring; will !make a great extension acreage over last year Impossible cicept for flax and Sale oats. The acreage In flay will too about the same as last year, and the hay fields have' come through the winter In first class con- dition. The wet April has made it so that there will be about a months' rest from work'' with irrigation at the very least. If present prospects materialize, ihe grain will not need irrigating at all this year. _ (From Our Own Correspondent) WARS'KR. April 19 heavy snowfall and rains, work has been the past ire'eV, atthoiigh last considerable. done, a few farmeni having started seeding opei-atlohs. H will be several days before ?.uj further work is attempted, and then every. .available mBchinQ.will.be pul to work. The season is late, ami ihose who have ft large acreage to seed will be hard put to .it to got the teed tu ii good time. Feed is scarce; more tractors ara being used ou that account. There is abundant moisture to start tho crop conditions being the most favorable for some years. MACLEOD IKrom Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD; 'April 41s trict has received a large amount of moisture thia week ending 24th of April, 1920, but nolhing to hurt any- thing, it has..delayed (he seeding oper- ations, but has with' which ho woii 'nut. "i had such on army ns rnan has never commanded... Londoners wnrr -followliig up the splendid mountrt troops of Australia and all nationalities of Ilio Hulled King dom -were Krenrli, Hal Ian. Arab and Jewish soldiers wnr and 4f weather conditions contimi favOrablo the acresse of all kinds o grain will be about tbe same as las year. While horses are not in th best of .shape, tie work of preparini tho land was done as much -as posslbl last fall so that the bulk of is work does not come on them thi spring, and Ihe farmers are sparing effort to supply tieir slock with feed The, land has plenty ot moisture b' mg a depth 2 and one-half fee in the sod. Tbere are quite a number mor tractors being used this year whic will help to keep tic acreage up, an !and is being prepared In better shap than -formerly as people realize it dos not pay to dp poor seeding. There sufficient seed grain in'elevators c has.been secured elsewhere while fee grains are not so' plentiful. I !COUTTS COUTTS, April wi be in full swing this week, with fine possible moisture conditions-prevail- ing. L. C.'Honskin, who has lived In the district for S3 yenrs, declares the late spring is not worrying him. He cites a case ot a field of wheai sowed on June 5 yielding 40 bushels No. 1 wheat to the acre, and believes May is the best month for planting. PICKED UP liN TOR TBI RDCY UAM tai rate has been filed at uiilU. fort itppa firemen liave received (he Toronto Conference, bas accepted an uppplutoieut profeMor ft Eng- lish In Cornel! College, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Brantford ;aro potalp club.1'.- 'Osbawa'eipects V ijurid'alwut 5... liles of.-concrete.sidewalk this year.] NVrn. Droller Ayton.' was seriously (tj'ihg in a on the IOB 'fit in tU'e subur- 'Xiviggti'ou opened Glen-j .rchy left for nellevllle' Public school :re asking fbr-a maximum salary a year. rcjail ,merchaiUs rWHl! clofi'ejat! S night! JM: j Ex-Mayor E. A. Horlon has (lected president of tho St. Thomas Boant of Trade. Bev. A. U Phelps, BA, of Green- bank, in tie Bay of Qulnte Conference, and' son' ot Rev. Leonanl Phelps, of The Piano For You BECAUSE it lists a life- time and gives perfect satisfaction, always U a There's a ami style for every purpose. Sold on easy terms at "Factory to Homo" prices. Ask for Catalogue. th> j 'COSVLBV, :Upril Si.ffA'iter an al- fall or rain for'Hhe-'past -w-eek a break weathe'r. sun ot today make's things, feel Jifce taking a new lease on lite.; Tim Biirfaco soil is drying quickly and.'willi nnotber like today trie farmers wi be onlo'the One ranch of cots In so far, feed. Messrs.- Efchebberger -.aurt 'Row- lauds .are not taking chances on gov- ernment naVVjust re- SEEDING IN SASKATCHEWAN REGINA, Sask., April many parts of the province north- west and northeast of here plow- ing and seeding was started to- day; according to: reports brought to Regina by railwaymen who passed through the territory, and Information received at the C.P.R. One report" states that northwest of Swift Current several farmers seen on the land today. Similar reports were -received from Maple Weyburn, Cabrl, and the Klrkella branch northwest of here. TABLETS MARKED "BAYER" ARE ASPIRIN Not'Aspirin'at All without the "Bayer Cross" in tlielr dreams such a wondrous, event.' in the campaiens in the Urea'l'Wat; that of Palestine will figure largely. There la a picluresqueness in it, it such a word can be applied to war. The .war in Palestine Is regard- ed as a wonderful war when, In'lhq results chained by Allenby, It Is! re; inetnherfid ihut Ii c was carrying on the campaign there ho was dopriv of a large porlion of his licst .and seasoned troopa who were hastily sum- moned and sent forward to the West- ern front to niec-t fho mcHioraWc-.ailil formklnblo cprini; offensive of the (iennans. In Oils withdrawal he led without nearly sixty hallnliotis, in addition to a large porlion or artillery. He, consequently, had to (rain, equip, Jind advance with new leviep. The succcea lie met with s In the circumstances is nil ihc more remarkable. The following Incident In Allonby's rampaigii is Intcrcsllng In lhat It showed the nilvanco made in modern science. In a. history n! Ihe campaign il Is related lhat Allenby did what all the text-books declared Impos- Hibli> when lie kept the Arum: cnvalry, in tiirr valley ol Ihc nil through summer. As the Field Mnrslml hlinsMf relates, attnckcrl the mosquiifls, wi> (Inminod tho nn-ampt, wo rannllzc'il the streams, harnwl tho bush, and nileil tlic pools, and wore nlilc to jluy thcvo." rontainj'propcr directions for CoMi, ITeadache, Tootliacho, Earache, Neu- rnlgiA, tjUtnbagoi KhcumatiBm, Ncnrl-' tls, Joint nnd Tain containing 12.1-a TUc mini! "JUycr" aiamped on tab- lets positively Identifies the only gen- uine Aspirin irrcsorihcd by jihystcifins'lor over Tilnewcn yeara and noiv mado in Canada. Always buy an unbroken packuce IcU cost but ft few cents., Tiriiggtats of "Dajcr Tablets of Aspirin" willed1 nlso There ii only me ranit Ajpirln ifl tho mark (rcgtilered In CAnadi} ot of itccllcftrldftier of SalJcylleacld. Whlto It IB well knoirn thai Am-ltln incans JJayor 10 Alllit thfi-pibKo ARatnht jinltalloni, tha ot-Hayer (Joropanz irlll bo alemiKil with Ihelf scntral trado WHtk, "liirtr Croli." Those Tired, Aching Feet Those ruins In tlic knee and nchlng In the toes., Tlieso are all indications of Fool Troubles. With approaching Spring and Warm Wenthor yon will find (licae. win be more.severe. We can correct them with one of Dr. Scholl's many