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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDfiR DArtY HERAUO fUESDAY, JULY 13, She Xetbbrtoge Deralb letbbribjje, Hlbeila DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publlthtrs LETH8RIDGE HERALD I trade relations with Russia. This does not'mean any- IhiUK in the way ot acknowledging the Soviet rule In liusshi or that Messrs, l.eulns and Trotsky are admitted info the fellowship of civilized society. The opening of trade relations with j iiussia is one of I'enent to the conn- 1 tries that have, espoused the policy, I lu that tlte development ot the in- iernel resources of that country means j Dp You Know? Memter Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Hates- Daily, delivered, perweek ......J -2j Daily, by mall, ppr year........ S.Ofl Dally, by uisll, for 6 months 4.Si Dally, by mail. J months 2.W Weekly, by mail, per year.....1 W Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE RAIN AND THE PROSPECT .That tie crop situation in Southern Alberta has ueei; materially improved by the recent copious showers is a matter which can be taken for grant- ed. There will bo a crop, though not bt the bumper' kind, lis a certainty, provided there is nothing untoward to prevent it. a great deal in feeding what is now not only a hungry world but one that has to pa.v famine prices for very many ot tbe articles of sustenance as compared lo tbe prices that prevailed in pre-war days. To have no truck or trade with Rus- sia, in the way tho Soviet regime is sensed.. would oe a .policy, were it practised, of cutting off one's nose to spite one's face. Again it should be remembered thai this policy of de- veloping Russia's trade would be of benefit to tbe millions there who are not responsible for tbe actions of tho Soviet Government, and who, i( the truth were known, are victims rather than espousers of the same. Russia needs regeneration at ine ".TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. aro Foumlliug. Who are the Uuacnos? 3. Who was the inventor of the Galling 4. What is tho Erie canal? 5. Wbut Is the farandoia? 6.' 111 what year was Oarfleld Presi- dent of the United Stales. How long was he President? MONDAY'S OUESTIONS 1. Where does the phrase "taken aback" come from! 2. What is au "accessory before the 3. is an "accessory after -the Who were the'Admirals of the Red. White, and Blue? 5. What does A.K.I., often seen on jewellery, stand for? S. Wiiat was the origin ot the fam- ANSWERS II is a sea term. A ship Is BnJ Purple lor the tiESrSf Kir tht-i slaouW Cjh 'only ,In Places noted in headset. While niuck'Is-rather'lite, the iwjst Is along Ifcre was well filled (our and five iec{ and mostU of thick It fs almost ready to cut. for feed, all in fine shape. Some waeat south, headed out. rye uorlU of river will be cut this week, while crocs Ins-re' are' looking good also.'. Kllx cot very' high, but looking well Sat- urday five hours rain, off and on. Heavy east and south, considerable erduad town.. Estimated an .Inch. Sunday night rain.heavy from Chin io Purple Springs, 'midnight to a.m. be- ginning again about 5 o'clock and very heavy to 11 o'clock. Estimated two inches tnore in that time. SSrns spots would carry canoe. General optimistic here. Discussions. bedom ing frecment on twice, labor and mach inery. Ltel rain general YVINNIFRED (From Our Own Corre.iponaent) WiNXlFRED, July ex ceptloually good. Saturday night nice shower. Sunday. July llth. There IB 1101 only the change in the I present time and it Is a duty of tho nations who are so placed to reuder siluatii'i! v.-tiich britigs Its en- ccuraging atle ihere is the fact that the fulu'ie of .the feed situation has undergo-no a decided change, and there-is liuie likelihood, so far as human soes. of a repeti- tion of t'ae cor.illuons.of last vear and the eariy part this, the Uvcstorl: industry help. '.The opening. the doors may mean-very much lu bringing the radi- auce of civilization lo the dork Russia of today, In allowing it a perspective and knowledge of the civilized world tile opportunity free intercourse The future ofj-wiji give. :_The lask of rehabilitating so far as pro- j Soviet Russia is a human task. Light vision's far I'DU'rare concerned. Is dis-1 ami education are what the people tlnctly optimistic. j there need to overcome the hard task- Ttie conditions .us to feed fore-i masters by whom they are oppressed. shadowed the present time calls for There caunot be reasonably anything with tie recent depletions circumstances a reminder that there is much to be done, which' caused, for rehabilitating the stock in- dustry, in Southern 'Alberta; Tho pros- pects ahead so far as regards, feed 'should .encourage .the. farmer lo set his mind on the raising 'of stock. In he 'needs encouragrncnt in the Im- of tns 'stock Industry to tbe country. With feed prospects snch as they are' there is much ahead .of the De- 'partnient 'of Agriculture "Of the Pro- vince In instituting a policy to courage the keeping of stock and to help aVfar aa possible thewaitin. for? A HISTORIC FIGURE PASSES OUT In the passing o[ the aged ei-Em- press Eugenie the curtain drops on a figure full ot historic memories and one who has undergone an unparallel- ed vicissitude of fortune. From the height and splendor ot the Imperial Court .In a city such ns Paris, as con- sort of the rc'fiiitng Emperor, to the Quiet seclusion of.ClilselhurBl, near London, .anil Inter of. .Farn borough in Hiimpftiih'c. was a change of environment from extreme, to the other. But the Empress that was resigned herself to her new slate am surroundings, mid. living in merit; she I'ecame the Lady llounliful In quiet and 'unostentatious fashion. ;The late ex-Empress ,of the French Jived-to see the honor- hf hf.r country vindicated and to sec the accomplish- ment cf the "Great Kcrengo" in the result of the Great.War. This must have been n great satisfaction lo one who.'was 'a true ..daAiglilcr of France though she belonged lo a nohle Spanish the .daughter of the Count de Mountljo, 'and was horn in Grenada'ln Sndln'." The shock in th'e life of tho late Empress of the French cairte In tho death of her one and only son, known the I'rlnce Imperial, in the Zulu war. With something of prescience! she made Ihe tragic which is remembered today when tbe news was broken to her that her son was killed. Tho narrator of Ihe inci- dent, in referring to sonic of tho photographs of the late Empress that appeared In the pictorial Press In London lately, relates how the Duke of Bassano had to tell the unhappy lady of the bereavement in what had occurred In iiululand on June 10, 1879. So-ntterly prostrated was the bereave- ed mother that for some time her life despaired the AblioGodard, priest at the church, uf Sic, marie, at Chltelhurst, was sent for. Reviving after a long fainting fit the Kmpruss (he p'rlesl hy her side and ex- claimed, "No, no! I am not going to i, die I cannot die. Jly life will be prolonged to a hundred It was to within four years of the cen- tury span that the dead Empress reached, anil With her there goes, .but a hiilorical link between the past and The policy of Irrigation is one whic the farmers of Southern Alberta wi refuse see ditched. The only ration-al policy fof Ge many to follow, if she is wise, is t solemnly and seriously fulfil the oh gations ot repa-ratlon. when the sails are sud- denly" carried by the wind hack against the mest, instantly staying the ship's progress, very dangerous in a strong gale. 3. One who is aware that another intends to commit a crime, but Is imself absent when the crime is com- Itted. 3. One who screens a felon, aids un in eluding justice, or helps him any way to profit by th's crime. Admirals of .used to old the centre In an engagemeutj dratrals of the.. White.used, to! hold IB van. Admirals of the Blue held ie rear. 'was "dlB- onlinued in 1S64; ubV- all1 admirals any the while ensign.1; 5. "For over and for aye." From IB letters of the Greek which convey he phrase. 6. Composed in 1715, when-the arl of Jlar; raised the .standard of ie Stuarts against George >1. John ampbell was the cwiniandef of His1 'ajesty's forces. good rain. July showers. General 12, etlll having opinion is tha crops will give good yield. VULCAN (From Our Own July grow ing -weather combined with plenty o moisture in the ground is bringing the crop along In fine shape. The fin warm dayS without wind is having th effect of hurrying, the growth'to sucr au extent that at this date there I little if any difference in tha cond tlpn of ,the crop as compared sit other years, notwithstanding the lat the grain Is now'! tha Shot blade with some areas heal ed out. Wo slBii of hoppers has been reported'to dale. In fact condition are Ideal, and the tone of the peopl is optimistic. ilLfl'SIEEiy IContinued From Front Pago.) SEVEN PERSONS. (From Our Own Correspoiidenl) SBTON PERSONS, July" rains here a. week ago.'an'd another big rain here today and still raining WRENTHAM Our recen rains of July 4, 5 aud'6 have almos assured the farmers 'of a good cro the moisture having wet down auo instaauy killed am. Geo. Ererson, of Simcoc Island, ear Kingston, bad a team of horses nd a bull killed 'by John Andrews, aged 35, died at the Cornwall Hospital as. the result oi a Jck from a horse at Cryalur. Whjte Shoes for Summer There is no shoe that gives greater comfort in summer than.white canvas shoes. -'.They are porow, maHnc them much eooln. If TOO not worn tan HVUM roo 4M. Uwm Iti Buck ot to A to E, aH Heeb. ASK TO BE W. J. NeUon FITTED SHERLOCK BUILDING -ALL AGES MACLEOD- (Prom Our Own CorresBondenl) MACLEOD, July, weather since the rain storm of Sunday, lion- day and Tuesday, .has-been.-Ideal. Warm with east and .northe'ast-'wiiid. Crops are making rapid [.rogress. Sev- eral parts that reported "a'iVeek, ago no now able to ;see'their grain growing, and-will'have a fair crop. Friday afternoon a .storm pass- ed south, giving thpsQ in its .course a light hall storm. Monday morning this week opened with a rain that was warm, lasting froin three a.m. to 11 crop ia go'od throughout, district ex- cept on one field where the early winds Late is as a rule Thero.are 'some fields looking remarkably .well. ORION I (Prom .Our Own, Correspondent, ORION, July has teen a fair amount of new .breaking. arid .flummerCallbwing Is being-done. The moisture has been ample lor good plowing. The .pastures are looking good. On t nf the had News from Mexico has drawn dry lately. NT6 wonder the latest to be heard from that locality In that Mexi- co intends to go "dry." in .spite of the magic word "Na- tional" in it. Henri Hourassa does not appear to "have bitten to the National Liberal and Conservative Party. The Fourth Estate in the United States .ia on the way to ho elevated to the First Estate. So far as the Presidential election goes ttls is sure thing. To make the flirting ot the passing clouds one of real courtship with the earth, hy bringing then down, la the mission of the succeed! rainmaker. May he The troops of General Wranpel, the anli-IJoiahevlk commander, says i press despatch, nave landed oh th north shore of the Sea of Azov. -Now watch for a general wrangle. To "bind the Empire with steel" exclamation j not a bad way ot describing the objec ot the nig steel merger. Hut, unfor tunately, the. phrase nllows of- mon than one interpretation. If there Is any reason why rail should he expected now It la that th NEW DAYTON fFrom Our Own Correspondent) NEW DAYTON.- July rospects during the past.w.eek have mp'rovod fully two, hundred; per cent., with the heavy rain which fell for Tactically twelve hours since last Ight. At least :'ii thirty bushel wheat rop average Is expected. Conditions lave never been more favorable in he history of the district'ribt.except- ng 1915. More rain at time if wiring. WARNER; fFrom Our Own Correspondent} WABNER, July ia report- ed to he the hest-raiir since 1010 fell hers during the early'.hours of this morning. The local-teat, shows amount oi rainfall lii the' few hours .0 have reached thb'One mch mark. This will be of incalculable .wojth to .lie grain that will yet something from fields which had h'een given'up'as "hopeless. CLARESHOLM fFrrtm con- ditions Improved 100 per cent, within the past two weeks and outside o( a small-sized hail, storm that did a lil'.ie damage the crop weather has been all that could bo desired. Tho hot weather of the past week ended Saturday evening with a soaking rain that continued the part of night. Sunday continued very warm but cloudy and on Sunday night the rain started again and continued until 10 o'clock Monday, Grain that wns blown and which .did not look very promising for a lime stands from 8 fo 10 Inches high. a good shower, also during the night of the 5th the morning of the Gth we had heavy rain, which in 'most parts reached 'the other moisture. Bain was followed by dull cloudy wea- ther which has-been very 'helpful to all crops. The late sown Bar, some of which was juet coming up, has alao benefited last rains. Cutworm! have damaged a little of the late sown grain but damage Is not general. In district. Conditions respecting crop generally are considered satisfactory. .fsRAYMOND (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, July Ten hours' rain fell Sunday night and Monday morning In the, Raymond district. This is enough fo' put the crop through. Stubbled fields will run from 20 to 25 bushels and sumraerfallow better. Spring wheat is headed out or Is head- ing, and is making very rapid growth. The oat crop promises, to be light. The main reason for this ia that many farmers planted seed on which they had no germination test, and -it has proved lo be poor. Much of it came from tlie north -and had been frozen though it appeared o.k. The hay crop is exceptionally good. There are very few lioppers. ..The potatoes are good but the acreage Is considerably less than last. year. .Some "hall damage oe- curred a a week ago but this is. very small In comparison with the total acreage under crop, alfalfa crop is .being cut. The Wcathe Man is noted for his perversity, an may telzo the opportunity o( cjomnl tying this attribute. lion. Arthur Melghcn has been th architect of his own fortune in arriv- ing at the hiK'n estate of the Premier- ship, lie has still Ip hcrome tho archi- tect of'lils own reimlalloil with what It will be for him to accomplish. The impatient motor driver thank the Commissioners for amendment to the which mils of his moving on when the s TABER (From Our Own Correspondral) -TABBH. July prospects In Ihls district described as ex- cellent. To the already good supply of moisture has been prided the heavy] v.' end rnlna. True, there arc the blownout sections ;ind those damaged hy Ka to the rest, barring fjitiiro rlani.'iRe, none of whlfh yetj all conditions point to n' fairly Inrge crop. In fact', conditions could not be belter. Cool weather has followed tho ruins, while there Is late stuff. II is coining fast. To (hii tlioro Is no demur. Law- rence iviersnn, ni the Kletl meeting tonight, niado. reference? lo the i fac-l. and si> rlld the speaker of Hi root cvenlnR. Kvcn In dnnugc will the cor passengers havo all made their exits and untrancen vvilhoul waiting for the car (o start. aged by the wind. rpFoeilcrl wheat Is up and i-dinfng along wrrtl.' There "will no doubt In- returns of fcmie kind from those. A trip on lllh-tlirbugh tht ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS Art Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices You save money because wo .have twenty direct factory .stores in' Canada. Ask for stylo Uooklct. Balmoral Block of th< Victrola" III trade mirk t is oil the franc The New Hercules Brake Has Jump on a 1920 C.C.M. Bicycle. Try the new Hercules "Positive Drive" Brake- It positively will not slipl A gentle backward pres- sure on the pedals engages the 'brake. Never before have you used a brake rnpre soft arid velvety--pr more sure and powerful. There is no bther .coaster brake nlore dependable than the new Hercules with its Positive In addition, the Hercules is smaller, neater, lighter--: very little larger than a plain hub. It has fewer parts than others. It is the only coaster brake in Canada without a side arm. Hercules is more easily re- moved and replaced in the frame. The Hercules is unique in construction. There is no other coaster brake ttiat combines so many i'ent features. The new Hercules can be attached to any bicycle at moderate cost. It tainable from any C.C.M. dealer. A11C.C.M. Bicycles are eq u i pped with the Her- cules Brake. OC-M- Bicyctes RED CLEVELAND COLUMBIA 90% Made in Value .v- Canada Cycle Motor Company, Limited Montreal Toronto ONT. Winnipeg Vancouver 106 We are Agents for the Columbia Bicycle and all C.C. M. Repair O.K. REPAIR SHOP 817 THIRD AVE., SOUTH ;