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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta S3P-'-' PAGE FOUR THE LUTHBRmGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 326 6th Street South, Uthbrldss A. BUCHANAN l President and Maaaglpe. .Director Jor'j Torrance Business, ilanager Member Audit Bureau of Circuinlious. Subscription Kattjs: Daily, delivered, per week .25 Dally, by mail, per year S.OO Dally, by mail, for 6 monlhj 425 Daily, oy mail, 3 months '-'.5i> Weekly, by mail, per year.....1.30 Weekly, by mall, per year to O.S. 2.UU to double thai amount the year be'- fore. It is feared lhnt instead -of-fur- nistihis an export Quota of bushels. Australasia inay'j.sye to import wheat. The only wheat pro- ducing country Ir. the world where Ihero has been any increase in pro- duolkm is indla. anJ there the iu- crease will not be available for ex- port to uny great extent The position of the world as regards wheat cannot be looked on as entirely due lo the uar. Even be- fore J914 world demand .fur the primary foods anil UKHoriab was tend- ing to outrun the supply. A olcver of the world's wheat situation pointed out (hat the Krsat increase iu population cf the L'tiited Stated in the last ol) years hail by 19S4 resulted in thn fact that ILc-ir. domestic requirements' for wheat were approichtus thtjir production. DovYbu VANDALISM IN THE PARK Witli that Call.Gardens mean to the'-citlzeus, and' the relation in which the pleasure grounds stand to them as their property, it Is deplorable that there should.. be those who !n their own selfish inclinations seek to destroy their beauty. It is a com- an-1 the evide.illy T ivhen tnere A'ould an exportable surplus only la ot favor- able harvest. The preacjl i.oraesile requirements of the.L'niteii at thaii 90 per.Vt'i-i. of the-aTerago yisla-o! ihe liro TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What is nil anaehrbiiisiut y. What is Ihe feature ot au Argaud Lamp; 3. What is u Kiiisht Hachelorl 4. When was tho Homestead law passed iu the States? 5. What nation was firsl to see the military possibilities of tho aero- plane? What lypes of aeroplanes -.vero in UBO when the war broke out? THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS What is a while squall? What was the Zoilvereln? Whnt Is a torso! V'jat is electro-biology! 'are "Centle-tucii of i'aper aud C. What Is an elcctuary Old Pipe Other Obstructions In Town. With -regard. tOj the facts It nar- rates. the Royal .Bank July periodical observe tti's Imiiprlaoce oi tb'e' wheat crop to Canada would hard 16 exaggerate, for this year the', try will in all probability have thfe ciii- liortunlly of-selllug.eyen a larga irtip ANSWERS I. One produces no diminu- tion o( light, IQ contradistinction to a black squall Iri which the clouds are llsck ahc.1 heavy. S. A commercial union of German scMtD tui purpose of ir-i.vm Vbrirt ot dtitles! 3. A futut? which has lost its head end as tils famous torsa of Tbo science ot electricity as U is'cocoectsd with the pfljttioei.cn ot moh complaint that'boys ancl-youiis I at high prices, men make a habit of. playing ball in] the Gardens with the result that the flower beds get trampled on. In the constitution of the police force, unless the city is to lie put to greater expense, it cannot be expect- ed that special men can be detailed to make it their special duty to watch the Gardens. As owners o( the Gar- dens and deriving pleasure from tbem, it. becomes the duty of citizens to whom Gait Gardens are a delight to constUutB'.themselvts cuslo'dlans of the grounds' and- take it oa themselves to check any'wanton" destruction they see committed. It !s vrell that where possible these aliouid- be given a wholesome reminder that they are Injuring the people's property. A voluntary Vigilance Committee would In thet circumstance- do no harm, wfth a view to bringing'these wanton offenders-to book....... The by-law in regard to Gait Gar- dens should, h.e rigidly and the citizens themselves should take a part in helping towardG enforce- nrent. This by-law lays down that "no person fltall dirturh, destroy, or deface any plant or-other property-in the Park; that-no person shall walk, stand, or sit on any border, etc.; that no dog or other animal shall be allow- eo to run at that no. game of chance or cards be allowed; that npj pereon shall ride' any bicycle through the Park. It would be well, as a reminder, lo state that a reward of is offered for. in formation leading to the con- viction of any person infracting the by-law. Ttris in its nature will ha a 'reward well and honorably earned in tha lawful pride that erery citizen should take in Gall Gardens. WORKING OF P. R. IN WINNIPEG Proportional repreEimlalion. iu the way it has panned oul In. augurs the day' when this mode ot (From Our Own IJOVV ISLAND. July The Bow Island Uoy Scuut bassball went 10 Taber on July 1st aud played the Taber Juniors aiid sufkieeded In nine. score was 13 to.H In favpr of Bow Island. Scoutmaster Rev. Gil- bert accompanied the team, .Tho following officers of tho Link llebekaU lodge were lusulted lost Friday night P.N.Q.. lire.' E. Wullney; N.Q., JIrs A. Carlson; V.G Mrs. B. Fnitelr: F. and R. Mr Ludtko; -Treas.-Mrs. E. HarrU: Chaplaiii. Hti.f- Whitney; Wartten iliss ilajwrry; Conductor, Mlu C, Uepew; Ht. Sup. N.O.. Mrs, S. O' Ja'mieson; Lt. Sup. wdrtb; Rt. gup. V.G.( Mrs. BroVn'ing; IA. 6up. Neshttt; RoUe, 0.0.', Mr. C. '.The AVoiueu's Missionary _held lls infeet'liiE hi the church liil GKED1PMN TflK BVST llvlrig s. Also of anl- magnetism .said to produce sleep, stupor, anaesthesia, etc. "'The first of a new 'line en- nobled ore siveti tllles nnrt ebat-armbr.; They arc mailo "gentle- men'1 by.rialeul and a'seal.-' 6. Something In bu .licked up. A medicine made "llilck and slabby." which caunol be imbibed like a liquid nor boiled like a pill, but ivbicb must be licked up'like honey. Hibou, the t Pf owes having charga of Ih'e'ineetlng. Chautauqua. Is with n> this week, tha lent, ;ejctibeinj put up "ant! made Hon. Mr. Haney. Utters lo laglBlratM on O. change's. A Woodstock hotel has closed HE dlnlnc-room for lack of help. An unknown man into Ihe Galineau and was drowned. Kentucky raises more tobacco than auy other state. The French Senate ratified the Treaty of St. Germain with Austria. Quebec farmers have organized an Independent political party. The Uriflih lloute ot Common! has passed clause seventy ol Irish With. 19.000 letters forwarded to him in one day, Senator HardiDg payiui; one of Ihe. penalties oj pro mlne.uce. West: Yorlt 'u.F.O.-Labor nominateil Jotyn Cameron of york: for the. llouso ot ready liUt jhcf latler last Froiu .far aud near tho people 'eek. representation will be generally adopt- ed In elections Ihroughqul lie.Domin- ion as llie fa'iresl and Ihe only honest method of bringing about true repres- entation- in our legislative chambers. Iii the inleresl that prqporlional representation lias generally.aroused, not .only wlihln but without the Do- minion, the opinion of the "man on the spot" .Is interesting aud noteworthy. SIzlBi" lip Ih'e result of the .election's on the plan of proporliocal represe'n- tallon, the Winnipeg Press is loud in Its enrtorsation cf the same. Referring results in the "city in which iris publishedi'the -Winnipeg paper says. "Some pt .the .advantageis system aro very, apparent. In tlie first place.projiorllppal repres- entation, eliminated .excitement and b iilflrri ess Irnnv. ih p 'fibioiinTi pafgri; the knowledge-thai each could get its fair proportion, and no more, of the old-time strategy electioneering (Continued From t'ront vertislng! they- fall .to -see any good results. Pre's. Marnoch's suggesting the erec- tion of a derrick in Galt_ Carfloiis re- minds one of'the old saying. ''There is rnanyVa true word spoken in It Halfiqid. succeeds in the Burdelt dls- 'ATI's 'more. he will'he. asked to contract, with :sueh centres'-as -t- The fact..that he, attracted notice as far back'as'lSOG was THE WHEAT CROP OF THE.YEAR' The Royal Bank ol Canada, in Its recent- pamphlet, .which il issues, monthly, deais in an Instructive and interesting way on the prospects of this year's crop, reviewing Ihe situa- tion in the grain areas of the Domin- ion ae a whole. It points out that, In spile of local drawbacks, a favorable t start has more than overcome the .handicap of a and ccnse- delayed seeding. Should con- continue good lahada may ob; tain, it nol a record harvesl, al least over Ihe bushel mark, for Ibe acreage under cultlva- spilo of the reduction from last year, Is still greater than lhal of any of the- b'umper crops. The Royal Bank periodical gives the following wheal crops for the last five years l Yield In -Acres under .Year bUHhets cultivation .1919 3918 1917 "1016 1315 In regard to these il makes the {creating observation that there Is a striking discrepancy between and 1919. w'ith fewer acres under cullivalion, Ihe former year produced more bushels than did Ihe (alter. In fad the two years with Hie greatest acreage are j (hose which' smallest yield. These arej of course, oc- casioned -hy .cHmalic differences dur- ing the, years. HJs the weather, not the number of1 pcres broken up, that rietcrriifRes'whelber or not Canada Is to haYe" a'blimricr nnrVcsl. latest "crop reports cf the Unit ed States Department of Agriculture, fbe Bank pnbllcaliprr pp.inlB DHL esli- Wale tofaf prAdoiillofi' for tin -.thousand5 'of hvave h'een spent In pushing'Ih'e indiVHlual-caiididates, arid II enabled the electors to approach the ballots with a calmneas of miiid which gave them an opportunity to cast .their votes with the grcalesl sihlu understanding and intelligence; Ihe trining number of spoiled ballols is an clonuenl tesltaonlal to.the fact that the electors were cool and headed when they went to Ihe "The leading facl. however, is lhal Ihe resuil of the ballot has worked oul wilh malhcmatical- cxaclUudc to the desired end; the elected candi- dates represenl in accurate propor- tion of the jpartica 'lib Votes Ihe voler .who saw thai his firsl choice, had been defeated, knew lhal his vote was not extinguished, .hut passed 911 lo his allernnlive prefer- ences, and lhal in Hie finul resulls he Jeil'.of 'debale jn'.thdcllousc of Com- mbns'-is most interesting aud Ihe speech 'of Foster on lhat bccasio'ir can ohly b'e. taken as an en- dorsemeul "of, h'is: claims. The "facl after' his-' operations' a large aiiiounuof -rain- over-'and; above the normal 'fell and'over- a lirte territory is to .iJf-inay'-.be'-aslweU-to'.set out in de- tail the exact position so thai Ihe public may .know, A few 5V.eqks.. ago .discussed the position' and "decided-.lo investl- our largest land operators lo theSdis- !rlcl-.-whera thofbughly matter. This man was yery skeptical till'he arrived on the' but after going into everything'he was convinced .that Halfjeld's rJalm to be nhle. fb cause Ihe clouds to precipllate.rain waa good rind he made tentative arrangements for him. to como .to Burdett. ..On his return, meetings bf'lhe farmers were held In many ot Ihe nearby'tbwnS and it was decided to send two men to the actual scene of operations and rnake a contract with Hatfleld.' This they did and on their relurn to Burdett the.ir aclion anil, the contracl Ihey brought back with Ihem were linanimsusly'ap- -proved. Every possible' investigation has been made in the districts Hatfk-ld has been ivorking in during Ihe lasl few "years arifl the result'Iri "every case has been favorable .to Hatfiield's claiing. .it may be pointed but that the information is of hta recent opera- tions'rather than of niajiy years ago.: As for irrigation, of course the Bur- delt pcoplo would like lo get it and teudins" for. we all welcome this' op- portunity to listen lo sucn a program of musicv lecture anil drama'and too at so little COEI. Even the children are especially provided for. La'ta, Jr. ;.Supt.. meet? with the juniors each morning. The .opening concert was given by "The Old Fashioned who dress- ed in the quaint pretty costumes of the earjy .sixties made a charming pic- ture on the platform. A varied pro- gram of reading, sketches, vocal noil instrumental' music, every number well .rendered was greatly enjoyed by tiie audience. in the evening they (gave a prelude. -Then followed the lecture -by Buruell Ford, an elec- trical genius. Richard Pbsey Campbell, known of- ten "as the "Western Whltcomb Rilcy" gin's a deiighlful afternoon program. The evening prelude was given to by the "Word-Waters Trio." The iolus by Miss Walsworlh were Alter thla followed Ihe land who hi Church, Toronto, also of Avenue Baptist Church in York diy, and during ?nar >f the states pfcluplajt s.ready lo Center Atari's home iu VYalcoburg. It 'au- louuced that he will tceS Ihe cju- ilidacy for 'Ihe Republican nomlna- lou to for. the Fuurta pla- trici 6i New Miue workors in Glace Bay col- .will quit work U Uo newui'- force la not dit- iod Jratchaaak subBtUuted. drove of -'Intoxicated bogs Kentucky prohJbltkm oBcers clue whlca led to at a tltul sllll. drunk (rojB Tevensie officers hate collerf- ed nearly 510.0CC.CCU froai, oiilgolng aliens who neglected to pay full in? til or file returns. his wife entered a cafe at HI.' Louis, with another man, J. W. Stephens fired at him, hut hit and killed bis. wife by mistake...' liev. Dr. .Charles -A. former- ly pastor of ISloor Street .Baptist Here TbrncMrrow- Get Foot Comfort If your hurt, If you hive .bunlina, ealkiiMs. w-ah llat foot, weak Of other foot thla it good for you v 4-V--' Dr. SclwU Fwt WILL BE IN THIS STORE TOMORROW lo tbD trouble. the cause1 and deibM- strata the positive mechanical corrective FREE OF ALL CHARGE He- is an and be can unrallirjgljr show you now to gain f DOT COMFORT Tuiuk of.'th'at. Think of joiBg Ihfoufb day after day without' knowiej you hate teet. this show you is nut a (iream but an easily reality.'" Come to IblE store tomorrow, "or How Island .these .days Chantauoua _ Counclilor and Mrsv-' Pdole "from Tlurdett attended the Chautauqua to- night. The death 13 amiounoed of tho Rev. H. nichnian, who h.-S been .pas- tor of Mitcbam Congregational Church for 37 years. buaheW lu'fls tfian "th'e toliil for last year; All food crops Sii llicr, United .Slatea liavo sutt'cred through Shortage of labor on Ex- ports from Argentina. will not moro The wheat croj) Aus- heon oT.OOp.OOO fRa With Ihe recent resignations of Hon. Uowcll and linn. Martin Hurreli, following on the heels of that of Sjr Hr.bcrl il looks as If a yro- cesa of disintegration has alrpad) In in the new l.iheffil ;imi ConHerva live Xadonnl ]'arl.v. Premier fJunhi of Quolic last allowed aiilirSpatioiis (u lie rtr cd in Ma J'roniior (jf Hint Provhur. In cisiou Qneboc loses outsluiHl figure. Tt tliat as a factor in politics dm last not yet bcoii heard of 8Ir L'jiacr Goyiii, OTTAWA. July N. W. nowcllr whose resignation from thd tablntt was definitely an- nounced last night, expects to have cleaned up the work of his office sufficiently to le.ivc Of tomorrow nlflht. Next week he snJIs for England and Epsnd nbout three mon'hs on the other side of the Atlantic. On his re- turn to Canada he wilt resume bis practice of law. Thi? Is Mr, ell's real" vacatloji' he becanic Testier of the opposition In Ontario nine years ago, he stated, and he meant that this should be n real one. Ct-NTKfi FXiy. r.i't t.f Wllflam -J. Day, IIS Knifiry stf-i.f. (.undon, Onl.. suf- fcrc'4 ii fcicturf to his leg I'.fiiybig Ju s Held near AIL GENUINE MASON PIANOS Are Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices (Another Oriental Success) exceptionally 'fine' dance1 number.'with a touch of Far Bastflavor, played byHarryRidermin'sOrchcstra "LaVeeda on the reverst side a Caitilian Fox Trot by artists. "His Mailer's Voice" RecoH 2161S3 "His Master's ATpice" Records DANCING DELIGHTFUL O Slow >nd Trot All on H-lntb. Any "His Master's Voice" clealer will ftladly play any selection you wish to hear and demonstrate the Vtcttola Voti we iiioncy bcoauso liavo (wcnly ilirocl faclory stores in slyle' llooklel. Balmoral _, Home-, of the Vlclrofa" We Are Agents for the VICTROLA and VICTOR Large SUck Botk whick to Select Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK ;