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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE FOUR HIE LEl'HBPlUGE DAILY HERALD letbbribge Tberatb Ictbbrlbge, fllberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publiihere THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 333 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. BUCHANAN President and JIanajing Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bureau ol Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, perveek......I .15 Dally, delivered, per year 7.50 Daily, by mail, per year........ 5-00 Weakly, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE CROP REPOnvs The most tnlerestlce news of tie day to the people of Soathem Alberta Is the news-.of the progress made in putting to tiila season's crop. With the lateness' of the seeding season there appears to be a needless anx- iety on the part ot some as to Trial the harvest will be. Happily this is not snared by the practical Jsnasr eipsrienced in conditions as they pro- Tall here. The reports of work on the land that have lately, come in show tie farmers in and jJrofrU 'by present conditions in most o! them for reaping a plentiful harvest at ihe. end of the developed into a crazo in the way it has come to be neaorally regarded, and the word carries .with it a note of warning lest In becoming so it wtil destroy whatever sasiiy there was in the movement. The adoption ol overall is all very well in the case of those whose old garments are beyond repair, a'Jd the recourse to. overalls in this case would be one of extremity. But to par- chase overalls tor the, mere novelty of the thing is a species ot auce which should' not bo in that the inevitable result must be. a rise in tho prices of the garments which would be hurtful to those who by reason of their particular vocatkms arc obliged to wear the- same and to purchase the same si existing prices. The pubHo would therefore be per- fonning a good service by not rush- ing in madly on the "latest fashion'' and by looking on" the adoption of the overall as the last resource when the old clothes they possess cauior. be made to tang together. To wear overalls for the sake of wearing them is not tie way to make the overall campaign answer its purpose. x Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. .What (s "dead i. What is the Dine Beti'r. ami what is meant by ships 'Tlylns the Blue 3. How'comes the expression, the "Hand ot 4. What fish is known as pie. Something.more Is wanted an tlie.sooner It Is realized by our loca councils, who are the trustees -lor Hi welfare of theif rcapecllvc com munillps, tho aoohor will Ihey apprc clai.o the valui: of such a communit heads of tbo local branches should he drama Iwiguc as a means of kcopln the local At the, present tlio young the been session of legislature.' Mr. Bank of .Montreal-has a two He visited friends in Old England, and returning Jlrs. Smitheri; 3vho had beeg there some time TisKing relatives. t L. Dr.' Oreenlray of Kayznond, WM in town yesterday, in consultation with Pickup regardinB "i-JJIrs. Neil, it was. .operation was necessary, and- she reported as" greecing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. L M. .GooinbTcelebrat- ed their tWrty-siia annivers- ary on !54th. There wefts'.present 'Ptutz, Jlr. and Mrs? W. and .MM. LesHe Coombs'.pf jSiymond, jMiss El< .Coombs 6E Qpombs, ii'.U_i The weather'seiaiaio., nave'decided o settle'and if Itr'cftdUnuea fine, in en'days the .farmers will be on the and. Preparations rare being made or a bumper'cropV r; The feed situation has Improved, but not yet entirely; satisfactory, but with the improvement of .tie weather he demand wiU not 60 'greatv John Vier of Bdazef, wlio was ipera.ted on at the.local hospital for appendicitis by Dr." Pickup, isysro- rressing nicely, also the daughier, of N. W. Roberts of Woolford. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ander? ion; a (laughter, the local hospital. There are al present thirteen registered. The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Institute'.'was held at the Court house on Friday, (April 16th. After the flag was unfurled to the strains o-f "0 and the routine work was finished, the, reports from various committees were presented. The school reported very favorably, commending espec.lally ,the good work dono In the gymnaslujfi and manual raining rooms. 'the hospital committee spoke In appreciation of Miss Sherin a work for her little .pa- Mrs. Stacpooie Mien nuggeeted there a great'opportunity in the way ot supplying flowers and bulbs for the now a't a result of her suggestion a meeting of those Interested in hospital aid was called following Thursday at 4 p.m. In the Court house. Several new ap- pointments were mado; Mm. Phippt being made program'director to suc- ceed Mrs. Sykes, a'nd'-Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Flock were appointed to make arrangements for holding R dance lei afd of needy vfle moved that the executive should provide a bulletin board to iid in making an- nouncements, etc., and a resolution passed that refresbMents be-dispens- ed with except ali special .meetln.gn. MUs Muriel Podgers then rectleil splendidly "The CnUIe President lyoadbeltor's r.ep'ort on the convention al Ednlonton came next and she quoted freely from the several noterl speakers who. wero there. Sne reported that 32 new branches had besti oponeil .during the making a total of 255 branches, in tho prov- ince. During the year1 bullolina on canning tin Ihi care of children were Issued, aitd collect from 2252 Jllss Annlo Walker gave a beautiful rcndjiion of "My Aln Kotk." and Miss Sjluriel Podg- firs recited, Mm. LeadbelEer then.' srpokc of. Ihol greater etforli! in promolmg child welfare Airs, Chas. Hinm.Mi fang a With tlie paeafng of a vo'.o of thanks to had (By Canadian Press'- At question time in the house today Sir George Foster In replv to P. P., Caegrain, that 'a report on the InvEstigationa held_by the.Boar< of Commerce would be -presented to parliament.'' '.'J t replying to'JIr. Fartee said that iaBurance on, the Roumanlsn orders, financed By the Dominion gov erhmeut -was, placed .with Messrs Jones .and Proctor Brothers, 'Toronto The marine Insurance, was effeclei aCfrom 5E.33 cents pef hundred del lars to'll.14.85' per hundred dollars, .thft rite varj-ing according to th3 goods; class of vessel, port ot ship. ment and season of the'year. i Kdmoutou'6 'ca'ymates for this year ndicate a mill tax taw i alt, subscribed over ta relief' R ilsrshal Is the new president of the Calgary Rotary Club. W. Boreaiie choaeu president ot he .Reglna for the ensuing i ear. i S. Cbitham, appeared iuv -the. county .'court on a charge of cryeity