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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA.GE FOUR LimnWlDGK DAILY AHKIL. W, 15KS She letbbriOgc, alberta -yv _ _ A DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South. Lethbrldge A. BUCHANAN PiWmoiil ana iiansglut Director John Terra nee Business Manager Bureau oJ Circuitous. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, pec Dally, dellrered, per year 3.5-> coal." Dallr, by mnlt. per year 5.0D by mall, per year 1.51k1 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S. iVOu LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN rRRtGATlON .'PROJECT Tie'curreut issue of'the Totohto Saturday Night contains an article on tbs financing of the LethbrWge Norih- r- Sru Irrigation project from the pea of Angus with Mayor Hardie of Leihbritige. is familiar through a receut jcmnialistiiv coalroversy.. ilr. Lyell so far come thei-Provltidal Gay-; arnmeiU, but apparently has mlsunder- stood tlic purport o'. the .aamo in gard to the yutii of In regard 1 to this sum he slates thai.-it is to j lielp par the interest on the bonds and effect eerlam hujiruvemeius until tho project is a IQ coming to ihe conclusion he does, Mr. Lyell Is laboring tinder a misap- 1 pfeiieusitiu :ia :o the particular nature of the halt million fund the {JovernmenL will set up. This sum is uot what Mr. Lyell presumes it fs but is in the nature, ot a safeguard lega: ment o" interest (or two years'on ,-_ 1 not seem reasonable to suppose lhat coal can be hauled itxiudini; two Jroui Pennsyl- vania to Winnipeg as cheaply, as it cau bu dowti.hUl ftouo or a less distance from Alberta to Wiiuil- without tnms-shipmeut. Vi'Uv-a 1'eonsylTnnla voal is takca out of the jgrimmt che.ipor Alberia coal, :V'' tarsuuit'iit sterna conclusive that Uie i IV u usylv a n in m inc-oporators a rf prantrd a preferred raie on Vhe auJ or OIL as against their Alberta pethors. and for the deliberate pur- pose of r-huUfug Alberta coal out o! the Manitoba and Sciskaichewan Itets. Haviitf; iuquiretl into the stniablf-uess of the IcoaJ. the Commission might tbe inriied to inquire next wto th? faeis and reasonableness of the ccm- Do You Know? 1. Why Is cilledt .QUESTIONS tae pennyweight' so are the wcddhij! annivevKiries? How came the eipressiou like a 4. Is the origiu ot the woa- iher-csck? n. are 6. What is I'arrol-coaK 1. petltivo rates granled on Pennsylranin THURSDAY'S OUESTtOr.'S What Is "dead What Is the Peter. what is Ly ships "flying ttie Blue 3. How comes lie exprossiou, ihe "Hand of t. "iVhat fish is known the "kiug of the seas'1? 5. When and where was Queen Mary born? n. When was Canada ceded to ihe lirilish? are gel'ius their luptism fronr tho skies these days. Tho 'ijuestion .of the cost of living has given place temporarily to that of the high ios: of dlwrve. Germany appears to derive much i-onsolallon from boinj delivered Irom enforced isolation. Sugar at: Ihircy cents will not by any means make it look like thiny cents. In tiie future il wili-no "flying" to '.itch, and not "rushing" to catch I train, after [he recent exploit of Lieutenant Trim and iMr. Ludlow. ANSWERS 1.- The eddy-waler closing in witli the ship's stern as she passes througl the watp.-..'. 2.-'A flag a hlue ground sni whito in the cculre, .hoisted as u signal tlfaj. tho ship. Is ebout to ta'.l 'Peter'1 IB "a corruptloji Freacl or notice ot departure. The allusion Is to the sceplr learn of was done ahoul twelve miles east .of town on April 13th. Jlr. Lang just east of town dfd some seeding-lnst -week. But with- the exception of n. very few such cases there, has been no seeding done lijl this week. i Rev. B. J. Hodgins of Lethbridgk, United .Church, chairman of the hrldge district, prcafhed to the'-feee satisfaction oi the people at Westlicf Sunalfa and Foremost on Sunday! Lit returned id Lethhrldge by way of Burdelt on'Monday. Mrs, Astrof's sister children from New York are visiting her for tho summer. BontT-iTo Mr. and --Mrs.. H. Austin. on April 24th, in Foremost, sorry lo say that iho children develop ed meioles almost us soon as tliey got home. They are however, rapidly recovering. H. Tongue, tlte-draynian, Iraa moved his ,hou5e uud harn to tho soulh end ot Leltler Myers' 5-acre lot. Mr. H. A. SuggW hasiecn.ill.for. a few days hut is now around again; huggios are once mo'FeTn'Service, and'saadle horses are likely to go up in price It tho vet weather keeps up. lllss iinj" Porter; leaves tho school staff at Ihe end of this month. Her place, it is expeclcd. will filled by Miss 'fhQtu Johnson. Miss I'orter has' taken n lively interest in tho affairs of the community during her sh'ort stay in Coaldale and she will he miss, ed. We trust that in her new sphere and service she will achieve success and happiness. The .sympathy of the community 'Is, extended to Miss Ada Jackson of the Echool- staff- upon tbe death of her. father. -The school ciilldren are to-put on a. May day celebration on Friday. us' hope "that "tiie weather iriH smile for them. Mr. A. Mitchell has resignedjhiB position in tho office of Farm Pro- ducts Ltd. ,'His place Is filled by Slfv W. Macclonalilf i.Mr. A. J.: gftve a very instrufi- tive address on "tho Peace River coun- iry at the church service on Sunday also union shop contract.' Tonn., eleclrical ers have raised their to U wire. linrVey. ieamster (or Hay Woodaiock, received very ser- he was a wrig'on oh yilch ka as loading 'lumber, aui.rbn Vf eh" Devon t farm are making 2s each Jor the eggs of turkeys geese, ;is complied ivith 9d the war." 6d VICTOR RECORDS WE pride .ourselves pa onr prompt, ..vice, want yoa for Over To Ckpose From Mall orders proraitlf 'postwe prepaid. Bi-ery record insured against breakage. Wrtte for 613 catalotue. There was Claude Shrumm rAll the'work'of the Children's1 Aid Society In Calgary has been trans- ferred to the. city council. In addition to ils other troubles it will now have Hide ones. The dnig habit appears to be in- creasing. This is a menace which the Dominion will have lo face and cot. it la a very serious menace. COAL RATES FROM ALBERTA In the development of the coal in- dustry of Albertn the refusal ot the Itellwiy Commission to order a low rate on Alberla coal to be shipped to Saskatchewan and Manitoba should not be regarded as tho last say. Not ouly in the interests of the Province but in the nationalinterest Ihe matter should be carried further: In view of tbe largo coal resources, o[ tha Province and the beneficial result which will ensue in the lowering of Ireight rates, in that It will enable Alberta coal !o cunpete in the mar- ket with tbe American product, this is essential in helping to nlakc Can- ada depend pn herself for her coal supply. regard to the reason given by the Railway Commission for non-inter- ference with the present coal rates, tha Edmonton Unllelln argues that the affirmation, that the Commission Is responsible for'railway rates beitig reasonable, might well be martc the ground for a now application to Iho Hoard, not with reference (o the rates ibe Isko ports by trans.shipped in boats and brought to tho head of (he lakes, trans-shipped to cars brought to Winnipeg; and le laid down In Winnipeg at prlco that. enables It to practl cally crowd Alberta coal out Iho Manitoba market. In point o fact tho Pennsylvania product sells ID competition with Alherla cnM as far west as If rcaEonableicss is the point at issue, it certainly docs A bureau of information whereby ail hospital'bof.TdB ninr 'nhtaln Infonna- tion as lo hospital supplies. equip- as .endorsed .at the Provin cial Hospital Conference, is-a very IHSIG mm BYU.FA Meeting Was Well Attended and Enlivened by; Musical Selections (From Onr'Own Correspondent! ronning hospital means. and 'discussiofi oi rela- iim's between Canada Ihe United tates .dirccl fwite, rather Ilian if Ihe .Office .in London, is gopd'-argiiment for liie appointment Btive- for r f_ (liplpraatlc anarin.ar The. explanation .of Hon.- lng aa [6 his war Tecprd 'appears rto met with. (i.mhwl reception. ;lt wan. hoWeve'r. tar any man o. gu. through, aiid onn .c'annot hut sympathise -witli him In. the position hi was -ylaced. ilill It 4s -Iho price which; public men .buifc to Te ise-lhe occasion for purposes. lovvcver" would Ire base. Tlic Oei man Minister of'Koidgn Af- fairs hopes" (9 show Allies (hf coming conference nl Spa that It. is tlio earnest wish of Onnany to fttllll tlio terras of Itie Peace Trcaly !o thn nlmoal limit of her capacity. "Ut- most-limit of capacity" is-n very dip- lomatic phraso. athl it .is to bo rno- that ;Oeimany herself will Saugo.llila limll'Of feipactly, Seeding for vork earlier. W. A. Brown of iSagp. Creek hauled good attend- on the sick list and .wo how.he is get- Ing along because line is busy." Sir. and Mrs'.iiil -Mills are now com- fortably settled in the Lockwood residence. Rev. il. H. Wiggins of Taher visit ed Coaldnle The has mafib lv: lot sows; one lo make money put ot Coaldale hay. Hoine'neighhoriugfarmers drought area have eipressed selves.very bitterly on this matter, and the Coaldale farmers have liaij t.p take many- a good curfilng. We have, some, idea men Keel, hut it is only fair that one or Wo plhor matters should he taken into consideration.' when -sweeping stali-' mchis arfl first place :he present hay prices -were not-cre- ated by the Coaldalo hay men. They are.the natural scarcity, .and are tho prevailing'uiarkel prices. And then itTshoiild'be known that the-Cnal-J dale'hay growefe'-h.6M very UtHo hay lill this snrtng.jv Most of the we venture to say.-90.per cent, ot It- was so'.d .last fall to dealers, lluy growers'have. iheir debls as well as anyone elfi.0 and therefore hurt to raise soon as they could from the sale of their produces. -Most of the hay then was sold from ?25 to J30 per Ion in Ihe stack. When you remenibsr how "much of anything a dollar will buy; this price is not out of harmony with general conditions, il is not safe then to make-rash general slatemcnis aliout Coaldale ox- ce33 profits unttl-'tho actual fatits are known. And Ihe most outstanding fact Is that, in ahout DO per cent, oi the) cases whatever excess profit was j made on Coaldale Tiay, was not made J a irhorse load of- secd-.grflm-throush by Ihi: hay grower. In spite a', this there may have hccn individual cases where the milk of! human kindness might have hccii j shown in special cases. At any1 rale. Coalilale, unfortunately has no. mono-! poly of human weak- ness is quite widely distributed. Mr. Frank Pnlrner has nold his. farm liere Saturday coming from.Orion. James Macnain reiurhcd'trom U hriilgc last wee.k bri.iiglng ,-R-Mh him two now lioreds llml other. fA'rfning out- Tho U.F.A. nieoMng. StiUirilay even- ing was well atlended and nt'nch inter- esting mnller wus (lls'tfuaaerl. The local game guardian.- fiiiiican. ox-1 near lioady-Madc school lo Mr. Dirge niegal to kill muskratd'xbuth of the XorJh Saskatchewon'river'-anil pro- viding n fur dealer's llcenSwV A vole Wan taken (jlt'thb'tiueslixn of ____ changing the of sleighs by-law lo conroi-m with the wlilth of wagons HONEy The HaxRi-iiwera' hall is the last plr.co to he used as a dbrmitorj. As lo It is ask the Slurs. am! aiilomobilns. nncl draw. Papers wore in on scrd i selection by Mr. Axel. Carlson, and on! time Ui by 'Mr. T." Dun can, nl MIC Turrmto Ueo-Uctiiicrs' assm-la- .Mrs. David 'lAvornd the] (Ion hut night Hon. .Manning Dohertv, CROP WORTH TOKONTO..April a mcellngj ANOTHER SPANISH STRIKE met'lluR wilh "far Away." as hotwci-n iiiHcil rehjitions lio dirt Bilcnn .Atlanta tho antl tlio .Missis Duncan served 1-cfreah- minister nf agrlculluro for Onlarlo. i staled (Sat Ihe VaUiB uf last year's i-rnji of honey In this province axcecd- cil MADHID, April from (lallur. near Saragossa, announce lhat Hie workers In the sugar fnrtory there Imve gone on slriko. At. P.istrh Iho field workers have struck. In a minor dislurhance on Iho San Sclm- tian-Tolosa railroad lino, In which strikers wore involved, Iho police in- lerfrred. Only one casualty iv- from the Incident. WHY DO PEOPLE HAVE TROUBLE WITH THEIR FEET? Primarily'..there lias not been enough ntlenllnn given lo proper of thk feet from Infancy on through Hielr life. 'The foot should titled with shoos lo simpprt, hut nol cr.-irnp it. Shoes should always be filtttl when bought We know how. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES ON AND AFTER SHERLOCK BUILDING TORONTO The young fellow doesn't buy elothes." Hie insists on clothes of 20th Cen- tury quality. SOLD EXCLUSIVEi-V.BY UFRT K'PQTWWQ i A O Alexandra M.EN'S STORE i Alberta ;