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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'Hl'J LETHBK1DGE DAlliY THURSDAY. Jl'UY 22, 1020 Ube Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publ'shers THE LETHBR1DCE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIHITEO 325 6th Street 5outh, Lethbridga W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing John Turraucn Business Manager I of island? quiie near to each other: Ho j i-ould not toilccive u disaster to humanity ihuii Uisu Oit-se imtiouall-: j lies vucU tSaim lo be u separate ami ii-.Jeiii'iulftat n'publk1. j Mr. Thomas, who is one ot thj sanest of loaders Ju tho Old j Cuuutry, inuii have beim firmly YLiu-ed ot what Mr. UoyJ '3- Vlhat a said, for v.e fihd him hter at u ftubifcj Db'You Know? _ "When authority mid j ccme (r0m1 TODAY'S QUESTIONS" 1. Is Jesuit porcelain? 2. seme famous s of-Sir Kihvin Lauilsiser? What is Morcator's Proieclion? tho W0fd jivcr by any i ou if tho cctnuiuuUy u 'ooveriiniont crtuy the uunio could not allow it- f :-lf to dictated to." Showing the What is ttie nearest planet to .e suu? WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS Aboliliop of Wheat Hoard De- Pupils Get Promotion 15OW ISLAND, July When the r-irsiiip visited liovy last .week 1. is the origin of the" name iir state of mrnd canes cwuiug not well ,_____ Wlira ii cum by the ihonis of throughout the country, su WL'rc erectly disappointed whon: they is tho'Caabaf Metaber Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates; Daily, delivered, per week f .25 S.OO 4.25 I.JO' Weekly, .by mall, per year lo U.S. 2.00 mail, per year DMly.'by malt, for 6 months Daily, by mail, 3 months Weekiv, by mcil, per year THE GROUNDS OF CALT HOSPITAL Hnhe various women's and other s have a mind lo extend their activities, there is no belter field open, than In an endeavor to Im- prove and pqt It into suitable shapo1 the fironnds of the Gait Hospital. With ail that pleasant surroundings mean, to those who are sick in body or convalescing .from illness the en- deavor will be an Essentially humane one and ono in keeping with an act of mercy. Everyone must admit that bright and pleasant surroundings mean much in adding to the bright- Bess of life, and .this is, particularly ilie resolution passed at a reeling ui" j Irish at Athlone iti Ireland, j olhrliig tbal the niilwaymey ot iro- j Ja refusing to carry auimutrittou. i.vf re by the English Vniouj led by Thomas "allied to Proceedings. In, Ireland, as under- taken by the military. BKW appear severe at. this distance, but that thby are not without reason cau be tabeii lor granted.iu tbe fac; that we have the assurance" of Premier Ltoyd George that rro more moderate or more sympathetic man than Sir Xevll' Mfccready had river beea in cbargo ot-aLiaoTe difficult enterprise. He: yas perfectly cerlain: that Sir NrerU -Macreadjr. Sir Hamhr Greeii- wood, Sir. John Anderson _'ajitl the olhers Vho were iri Ireland, wcra most ausioys to "'avoid pro- vocative interforlus with ua- UonalcPeTitlmGnt so, as they hospitals. apply to inmates. THE TYRE OF NEW SETTLER It the "advance guard of the new to the Dominion is any C. is a diletiuLtp': is a. loarriaee? 16 Utrll. BOOK iUUl ANSWERS 1. KL Catherine, who was a of royal descent in Alexandria publicly confessed tho 'Christian faith at a feast appointed bf the jvEiueror Maxiinin'uj, tor which she was put to dsath by 'mcans'ot a wheel like, that of a chaS-tuttcr. i. Lemma' means a-'lhing taken for granted. Dilemma Is a'dOuhle Ipnima; a two-edged' swort wliich etrike's both or a bull which will .toss you whichever horn you lay hold. of. 3. The shrine of Mecca said by the Arabs to be built on 'exact sjiol ot the tabernacle which .Tell from heaven at the prayer repentant Adam. 4. Aii amateur of tiie fine arts as opposed to the proicssionai.-- 5. A marriage in which'. !the! wife not tuke the iiusbaud's.rauki be- cause legally or according: court the marriage is 'not recog- nized. The children In 'the- case do not take the title- or- entails -of the heard ubout it haviug bot'ii here. _So it to have been lu Burdeit veslanttiy uiany from the How Island district wont thcro to see it-but wore ugaia disappointed as through acci deut it vras mate tho RICKED UP IN .ASSING rOR THK UAX bou Truux, Liberal, member. is tho (resent Improving the grounds of Gall Hos- pilal means the expenditure of raonoy. It is true that tho Hospital Is-now a city institution, buC that should, cot tend to take away from it the: popular Nor, with the present state ot-tne. city finances, can It be called on to legiUmateh undertake the'im- provement and beautifying of roundings of the Hospital. In.the-cirr cumstances it becomes "distinctively a1 private enterprise, with the citlie'ns at the back ot the same. Tag days have been utilized for raising o! funds of various kinds, and there should .ta .no reason why one ar more of these should not be in- stituted for the express purpose of. making' 'a, to' the torlorh and uncongenial appearance of the grounds of the Hospital. There IB fur- ther., the- institution of.what is known Hospital Sunday, where the offer- Ings Mh" churclies are set' apart for hospital purposes.. .This is a practice which might well-he copied in the city for, the purpose, otia-'fund Ifor.the beautifying of the surroundings of Gait Hospital. It only p.eeds the com- mumt} spirit to be awakened to an interest in the nospital, and the rest Is'.'.bound to follow. In the need of the same we cannot but feel it to be ah Individual task to brighten the lives of others. With this in mind a campaign for- making the grounds oi Gait Hospital such as those connectec with an institution of its character ought to be'should be a success. The grounds of Gait Hospital are arj''eyesore to the institution. Thej hare'been too long suffered, to re inaiib.as they are, though there havi been from time to time expression that something sho'uld b done. This will, however, never hap- pen unless some society with aim that are. philanthropic takes a leac or if more societies unite t bring about the' desired accomplisl ment. Canada has every reason to wise.iinmlgratlon-policy is being1 put- inlb Vft.cct none GuVthbseSvho 'prove an the counlry_- will ed to.' enter it. _ agricultural, developtneiit of Canada -iSe Arrival party, of if 'they mny.: be .rebkone 1 to bp the 'typtJ of those that 'are-to'fol- n'lilies.- Uie luseholds. ot .iruraK and- the irty--repreeeuted -betweeni'them ca- tal 'tp.. tbe; atnpun'trof Vbich iuto'west'efn ie of theso.Dutcl! settlers. It is said, .thont spent his- re life famiinj in the ud meadows of his native country, nd, in.addition to being.a stalwart, aunch. the party .represented wealth of experience ia many, Vines agriculture. '1 Holland has-the reputation of'beiug country where farming is practised ith great success. It Is prc-ernlnent- a mixed farming anil a reater gplug, into mixed farniinp is hat tne West Mixed farm- ng helps' to make the farm a home. nd it is with tbe intention of mak- ng the land they have entered their uture home' that (he Hollanders are ow' here. With a class of" immi- rnnts who come lo the Dominion for ae purpose of creating homes Canada may bo well satisfied that a rational cht'me of immigration has been deter- mined tb'Be pik Into force. It.is men 'ho bave au aptitude for farming ,nd understand the business that the Vest nee'dsf. They may find conrti- tons different to what they have been cc'nstomed to, but it they liayo tbe ntelligence, with the inclination to adapt themselves to these ccndl- .Ions, the practical knowledge of farm- ng which ithcy already have should hold them .in'very good stead. because a'man pledges'his troth with his left hand instead of.liis right. 0. A ceremony in the greater ex- communicalion introduced Ih'the Cath- olic Cliurch In the eighth .century. After reading the scntanca "a'-bell is rung, a book closed, and a-catidle ex- tinguished. Babe Ruth must be an fellow. The sins of Ireland may truly be traced to the Sinn Fein. The gunny sack of the day appears to have a, silver lining. The passenger on the Orizaba which carried a saloon, saw yacht race through glasses. The-e is no reason why Henderson I'ark should not be a sort of Coney Island for the city and THE SITUATION IN IRELAND Things in Irelsncl are going frore worse "and the slttmtion there It 'appears, Is cine ot those which ha worse .hefore it gets bettc So'far as the. British Government -Premier Ijloyd, speakin fop Iti has staled that It Is adamant Its-determination to givo protectio to those in Ireland who are in nee anil resolutely refnses he. Intimidated-ty any section ot th withOiaiv the military. Prime Minister of the Unite Kingdom .put the position in.rcgar to acknowledging an Irish llenubl logically nhen he statod to a deput Union o( Rallwa Britahij heaiied.oy Mr. J. who oslied for t: withdrawal', of troops to The picnic was a complete success and ladies are to bn congratulated on Iheir work for they have aroused a genuine community spirit. They wish lo thank Mr. Davis tor his holp in Minding 2nd operating an Ice cream nuO pop stand which was greatly ap- preciated, also Ihe ladles and boys who helped lo build a canopy the prev- ious day, To Sir. and Mrs. T. U. Skcllh in Lethbridge, on Monday, .Inly-.10, a son. Misn Ksthcr Tuft of Calgary is vioil- Ing her slsler, Miss Vivian Tuff for a couple of weeks. WINNIPEG AVIATORS CRASH WINNIPEG, July liing- ham and J. K. Thompson, locfil airmen, were severely injured In an airplane accident In St. JaincK. near here, last while en route lo Grand Forks, N. Engine trouble developed and In attempting, to make n landing tho machine's imder-carriaRc cnught In low telegraph wires, causing Ihc In- evitable, crash. Doth occupants were of nil branches of who obtained over pinned beneath tho wreck, being ex- per cent, on the year's work'and irlcateil by the police. Look At? Those shoes should be 'cleared, cut in a hurry at thtie have you been able to buy? i Canvas or Leather Oxfords and Pumps at.aueh figures. They I are iaimo< bargains arid the goods will give Women's Kid and Patent Leather Pumps now priced Women's Kid, Patent or Brown Calf lip to- now priced j Women's Brown Kid Luis Pumps, 5.00, now priced Women's While Canvas McKay Bak., now Women's White Canvas Welt Bals. up to; 10.00; mow priced Women's White "CanVas Welt Oxfords, up; to now Women's White Canvas Turns and McKay's up to now priced Children's Sandals, Brown Canvas Top pricfed" Men's Oxfords, all lines up to priced at NO APPROVALS. ASK TO BE FITTED NO EXCHANGES. TERW8 CApSH. J. Cq, SHOES FOR SHERLOCK BUILDING ALL 'AGES i -when "delicious 'arid freshing" mean jTii'r Madain Canada ;