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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUH THE LETHBREDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25. 1920 Deralb Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Iraprleton and Fublhhtn .THE LETHBRIDGK HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 123 6th Strert South, Lelhbrldsa W. A. BUCHANAN and Managjig DIrtrtoi John itober Audit Bnreui of ClrculaUoM- Eubtcrlptlon Ratu: Dally, delivered, pet week ,Dalty, by mul. par year Dally, by; mall, for t Dtliy. by mall, 3 by mill, 1.50 by mall, per yetr to O.S. J-UO S.M masculine jladlitors may become a vlcllpi of feminine fists. Women have developed as athletes. They, play tennis and seed about the country baseball tesins that sometimes orer- whelm mere men Ot course tbe SU Thomas doctor was Inspired to bis conclusion by lie seeing of a womau uelns ttrb guts In a street or In the of opposition from the focjudor and sLrap-hansers- The day mar come irtveu mere man contest a case of tbat kind and compel the vcmas' to do aa men are supposed lo do, occupy one seat only. Still, -would cilslLke to see Ike day pass by when a man takes his hat In an elevator, or gets up to Elve a seat In a Blrwt car to a lady. Man, we thlnX would be tie worse for E-uch a decline ID Gallant at- tentions to the lair eel. and the fair Canada's Action in Limiting Export of Pulpwood Is Defended Before Big American Forestry Convention New York Limits Cutting of Slate Timber, So Why Shouldn't Canada? SEW IXJNDOX. N. H., Aug. (Dy Canadian A strong de- fense, of Canada's policy in limiting the exportation ot pulpwqod to the United Slates vis made today by Ell- wood Wilson, chief forester of the Laureullde company of Grand Mere, Quo., before the forestry convention -arblch In being held here under the auspices of the Society for tbe Protec- tion ot New Hampshire Forests. Mr. IRRIGATION 16 MOVING ALONG. Just Because little is being said these dayc about irrigation Is no reas- on for the farmers in the dlilricLs where iTrigatlon Is a live issue to think; that nothing is being done. On'the contrary much Is being'ac- campliBhod. Tbe crux of the whole matter U the bond vote ot the Leth- bridge Northern district. It was fairly evident at the time of the round-table conlereuce. between Sir Jameg Longbeed, minister of the In lerlor, with Premier Stewart and members of the provincial cabinet, that until the boodB of Ibe Lethbridge Northern were Issued and >an attempt made to Mil them, neither gorenunenl would be in a position to Bay what might'be done by way of.financlni the construction of that system. IB the meantime the trustees of the die- trlct are moving every obstacle bring'about an early vote on the bond Isiue, which may be expected to carry by an overwhelming majority, Once tha ire voted and effort made la market them we shall be In a better position to judge the next Blep -sill be. For It mui be remembered that, the del gallon torn the district approached (he premier last winter asking for a full guarantee In order to aid sale ot the bonds, he slated that the two- year interest guarantee would bs far aa the legislature would go at' th time. "But If you he aald, "tha that Isn't enough come back to ui an we will try to do what is necessary. With this In mind, and knowing lha "Senator Lougheed, himself an Albe' greatly interested in gettln every possible acre under irrigatio: 'there la no need for the farmers moat Interested to become unduly hhpav ient, Siz million dollars is a lot oC money. Thd proposal to eiiwnd that amount on auy undertaKlng require! to be scanned very closely, especially vhen it IB the forerunner of the ex- pendltnre of many more mBlloui for elmllar purposes dopcndlug ou sults obtained from the first venture. iUR- FOOD SUPPLY lEPEHOS BIRDS. -Do we appreciate our birds? ssta writer in The -ifest Is threatened vrlth a grass- lopper'plaeue, while In tho east the caterpillar Is caialng havoc among theHrees. Man, by. his InsalJBble slaughter of the birds, his BO reduced the balance of nature that the destructive insects the United States e hope of co- erclng Canada Into sai might also lose all their resnect Wilson oelared that the Interesls for man. Delay the day when euch were nMaf In ay come to piss. 119 have as rack of tbte old world's gallantry B possHiie. "whetlier continued defer- nce to womankind will itave off the oman prlia fighter only the days nd monthB will tell. Our own 'that It a woman wants to fight mere an can't etop her from trying at ny rate; he may he able to'wlc the atUe provided his hair is short nough.and her nails are cloBely cut id his eyes are well protected. are getting the upper hand. Dr. Tol- mle, minister of Agricullurei in inrlo- dnclng Ua .esllmatss In tha House of Commoha w May 21, stated tbat Can ada'a annual IOES from parasites amounted to and tbat In preparation -for the expected grass VICTORIA PUBLISHER ASSIGNMENT VICTORIA, Auj 4 Ing to an advertisement pub- llahed la the Victoria Times, Griffith. R. Hughes, proprietor of the Times, has mado an as- Bignment of his real and sonal eBU.ta to David Iteming and Ell Harrison for the gen- eral benefit ot hU creditors. PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR T H B B V S Y MAN John H. UoEwell, a well known To- ronto citizen, native of CuSourf, Is dead. The Port Ubrwell Caiinlug Co, with A capital of J150.000, has been Incorporated. Edward Morris, nonet, died at his liome In Fonthlll. where ho had re- sided for 50 years. D. S. Gerow, who died In Denver, Colo., will; be trough! lo Uelleville, (hex were disgusted with office, dared Ihe women to oppose thorn. I A Mlllon, Del., man's -hard lucX conies In cycles ot three years. Nino years ago his house and barns burn- ed. Throe years later to" lost ck'.cks by fire. Three years ago he [lost 200 pigs by cholera. Thla anthrai hk derstand that Jack Dcrapsey has some grounds for his prophesy that some iJay a woman will be the champion prize fighter ot the world. When tra- velling In Ihe Slfllea, the principle seems lo lie "Good-bye, Jim; take care of yourself." Thus writes Dr. Thos, L. Grey, In St. Thomas, Ont., paper. Since wo- man LIB Ihe franchise and In man's equal In tho. voting booth, why not expect her to be bis oqual In the Vtigillsllc Russian women fought In war and why not ex- pest women to fight In tbe ring. Many police court records tell of a wlfo thrashing a husband, In a period be- fore the women had the t ranchlee, Now that they are man's equal, It la only to be eipecled that their ambl tiona will not cease vrith encounter with a tnrtiand In thd'baek yard, but Urt they will aim higher and the Governor Cox cvldenlly bellevi that the best way to campaign IB keep the oiler fellow guessing. H election bomb about Senator liar log's campaign fund seem to have turned the spotlight on Coi for the lime helug. Evidently Ihese rival Ohio newspaper editors are oul to make their campaign Interesting. They know how to make news out of It anyway. Oan. Weygand evidently Inspired the Poles with somo ot the tame con- fidence which Infused tho French when the Gfrmana Kot within Ihe 26 mile circle of Tarli In August ISH. At ajiy rale Warsaw IB very likely to prove lo the .Bolshevlkl whal the Kalier's determlnKtlon to lake ParlB r foreign, and several mills uilt with outside capital. Free hold lands, that is, lands which ave been granted outright to settlerB r others, are not subject to the man- facturing clause and ood cut on these lands can be export- ed or handled In any way In which the wner Bees tit It Is certainly entlre- t.lthin the rights of the govern- ment to say -irsil shall be done with le timber cut 'on. ite 'own lands aud Is not In any way over-reaching its xjwers when it requires it lo be man- factured on the Canadian side of the O, Several American flnna, who have urchased.timer licenses, did so with n to tha future, looking forward o the lime when they- would- either >are exhausted their own snppllei T when 11 would be more convenient ir profitable for them to .manufacture toarer! their source cf supply In Can .da. Some companies, with' mt any. protest whatever, came up here and decided to build mills so aa o be near their supply of. raw ma- erial and cheap water power, have been manufacturing very suc- cessfully, and sharing 'In the prosper- ty'of the pulp and paper Industry. One-Company Trouble "Host of the agitation for bringing: out crown lands wood to the United iutes has come from one -company which has been manufacturing lumber for a number of years from their Can- adian timber licenses, and who, he- fore they Blurted the agitation, made plans and commenced to build a mill In Canada. _ The Bmall group icans which have agitated for the free export of crown lands wood have en- tirely misrepresented the situation and have made statements which they mnsl have known were not matters ot fact. They have deliberately tried lo His ipech In a measure smacked ot the radical.- Had he supreme power (or a week, be his first wish would be to have an arena cu'sli; ioned eeata "around tbat ba'slUe at apd his second that men and women voters in the country could see for themselves the proceedings in the house: of commons, BO that they would riot have to rely on the ''garbled accounts'" appearing In' the press of Canada. He was confident there would be a change, If this could happen. His two mouths' experience In the house. showed that ''the big interests" ran, including the federal par- liament He .said that he had not Been much at Ottawa' that was bene- ficial to the working tut he had fleet! a good many things go In Ihe statute books that were in the Interest of "big interests." He said the cabinet carried any legislation It formulated, good or bad, and the rest of the members wcro not much use.. The "big interesU" are the rulers and "when- they whislle we dance." dlelrlcl-is due for a insgnificleu harveEt. Bcrkmau and t'm Goldman, deported from the 13. 6. now; are Ecrving the Russian Soviet Government hi official capacity, acccrdldg to a letter frorh Misa Goldman.' Because bis wife had too much mon- ey; and-he had Loo lilllc, Michael Sosla, of the vaudeville team of Cosla arid Verdi, -was granted a. divorce at Chicago. Mrs; Cosla Is tho daughter of a wealthy Ottiwa, Onr'., resident. A Bellaire, 0., family-had In gold hidden- In' the house. Their 9ix- year-old boy found It and bought Ice cream cones at Iho.mtc of each. Tho confectioner relumed the gold and the savings tank has n new custo- tiltad tor several days, Ihe glands, of her neck swollen and lumps developed licr head, following treatment lo restore gray hair to. Its color, Is suing the hair treatment expert loi ._ Mr. Stewart of Klntall, the owner of the largest Etcor in Canada, Is likely to lose the valuable animal na a result of It getting into an orchard and over- feeding on green apples. A veterinary surgeou IE wlth'thd animal y J. S. Stewart on oil and gas possl illltles of northeastern British Colum ila south ot I'eace River, and by 1) Dowllr.g on iho oil possibilities u he great plains. A. copy can be hat >y applying lo the cal. Survey, Ottawa. able for this company and olhcr.i In j cities, where there are a grent number Now York state lo carry on an HE I- of former C. E. men, and address :allon compelling Ihe state of New York to allow them lo cut limber In Lho forest reserve! before Ihcy bpgln lo acllatc for the removal of tlio man- ufacturlng clause from the Quebec w. "If New York has the right lo lake up timber land aud forbid any cutting whatever on It, the Province of Que- bec certainly has the right to say what Umber tshall he cut and how It shall bo manufactured on Us own land, "Until Ihe United SlnUa lakes some steps to adopt forestry methods In tho iilllballon of UK limbor and to frame some national and (late policies for Ihe proper conservation and exploita- tion o( its resources It seems hardly them also. GERMANY FEELS BETTER one day lant week 22 steamers pissed Cuxhavcn on Ihe way to Hamburg or to cnler the Kle L'annl. This was the largent number of slilns to come Into the Elbe In 2< hours since Ih6 early days of the war RriJ the ovcnt was balled with Intense sallpfgcllrm hero AS a sign of bottc tlraca. Klvc years ago It was a dul (lay when only a score of vessolft ar rived. The Ilamburg-AnieTlcan lln alone usually had from 25 to 30 big ships In port and the harbor was si crowded with shipping that the prorr ot docklni oU'eu became ONE W1NNIPEGQER IN EIGHT OWNS HIS HOME WINNIPEG, Aug. record show that one In every eight resident of Winnipeg owns his or her h6mc The city's populnllon Is placed rough ly nl Although own crs are listed, reside elsewhere leaving actually Occupying thcl property. HUDSON'S BAY CO. SELLS AT YORKTOr, IIE01NA, Sask., Aiif, Irtlng a new mark In the history o eo-opcrnllve management In Ha! criewnn, the Hudson's Bay Co. hfl sold Us big retail store al Yorklo Ihe Inet of Us retail eslabllshmenl In Ihe province, lo n, local trading o ganlzallon of .tho Saskalctfcwn Drain Growers' Association. Th farmers will form R corporation wll cnpllal, to bo charlercrt tho United Supply Co. The II. B, Co. oporaled this York- Ion branch for 22 years, and the sales last year amounted to .000, SWOLLEN, PAINS IN KNEE OR HIP? If so jt is not necessary. Have your feet fitted with proper appliances for relief and then treat them properly with Dr. Scholl's "Three you will have comfortable easy feet and your rheu- matic pains will leave you. Appliances for'All Troubles. Ask To Be Pitted Shoes For All Ages W. J, Nelson Co. Sherlock Building CAMP Spend your vacation this summer In Una wonderful big outdoors of Lake Wlndcrmcrt) bcaull- ,n nocXlc.1. Lake Is Ihe wnlcr inounln-ln lake Jn I3rlUah Col Urn bin, TKc Krandeet of econcrr. End- less sport, pleasure Kni rc9L Golff h.Uhlnff, boating, rldlnr, motoring, climbing', dancing. Lop cAbln accommodation, with every modern vcnlcncc. through SlccplliS Cars from Cfllgiuy on Train 1 ut a.rn, Tucidnya mi'l F'viiUya, rcUirnlnt; samo day Lake Wlndonncrc- Car plnccd'for occupancy at Calgary provloua evening. J. GORDON II TICKET AOENT, PHONE 612 ;