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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ?A6E FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtD 26, 1920 alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors End Publishers ,THE LETHBRIOGE- HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED Sth Street W, A. BUCHANAN jprejldent and Managing joirectct John Business Manager known, as the Niagara Pcnlnsulaj Tot tb.8 south-west peninsula' ol Ontario was .suffering hccaasa ut drouth, and it was feared that the 'crops would aniount to very HUU. Generally speaking, all over Ontaiio this tail s-iwu wheat was almost a failure. The salvation ot the Ontario farmer is that he car- ries on djversiaed'farming and where Do YoijKnow? TODAY'S QUESTIONS i 1 1. Howxcama Sir Walter, Scott to call his home 2. What is the' meauiug ot the word Why are the Knights of the Bath to-called! f. What is the tradiSoa in regard lie losesjn one-placa hepiaies up for It in another. These observations about .eruditions, and imrreksiou works o( fiction have that prevails that only the west the largest sale upTto the end fers from drawbacks were really in-lot 1919? the following paragrajal Hevweit from Hamillon lp London, ticn to WiaalfM Work on Irrictttoa Extension in Progress Pugte Future Proeptet (From Our TABBE, July ZS.T-A.trip along tha line ot'tte irrigated 'cans! is an Most oTOtheta Lost A Britfeh Finaadefsv Figures Geo. Hoadley, -M.P.P.. faroft'tlw wheat board. The Dominion. government' Cor a new Sentinel-Re tub 15th; 'Member Audit Bureau' of "circulations. Subscription. Rates: Daily, delivered, per Daily, by mail, Daily, hy mail, months Daily, by inail, 3 months Weekly, by mail, per year J-" Weekly, by mail, l-er year to (J.S.. 2.00 S.CO ibbk'TO CANADA yO FftO EUROPE just now, predictions are being made as to th'e size of tho Western crop. It was feared, plior lo the re- cent rains that, the heat would con- siderably-reduce' the.'yield throughout tie Prairies, but.the rains evidently have Improved the situation, and there Js that Ihe will have, what might ho called a'tumpBi crop The uorld oktag crops tn route ratlfcr Hunt mwtln_ ie canal but It U to haTe IU the following a V tbV real the--------.-----.... than one sfring to yourboa-. Painters and kiisomiuere are work improTing the interior abce ol the "Central school The pottponed game between a baseball team >mUe up entirely ot O.PR a team from the town came off thii evening al the nereatlon pooau. As a couple ot playen on tie tows team failed to tin op, and oae at the CJR men to leave thortly alter the game began, a few changes were made to flfl out the Itneupa. A. lie flied the following as the'real ksses of the European belligerents: Otrmaay, France, The United Kltttdom. Italy, Bel To only two tke United States and the war Crammond Mid, but Spafs. Holland, Swtuerlacd, Onece, and ScacdlnaYh, also bad crown He-believed the 'liquid capital of the now dis- tributed in cenCres which are id the exercise ot their new prlated> Procter, B.C. Edwin Bricawn; who was at Cnekrook last was kill- ed "sawmtlL P. B. Fowler. Nelson, becomes sisUat manager of .the Bank ot Com merce at Vancouver. Ross Mills, a Calgary >aw iludent, vat drowned al Gull Lake He wai a native" of W. M. Armstrong, of Hedley, is the new principal of Cranbrook High Schpo! He was formerly at Pincner Ueut.-Col. Peers Davidwn', K.C., ot tte Hon. 8ir Chtrlei Peers Dtvld- son. tamer ChM >M Su- perkpr in Montreal, died at Paris ot but light- IJemt-Oel Daftiaoa "had from boodon only a few hours earlier.: wHk kU wife. at the Bir 'V termer of The avaitloB occurs, in coiuMerlnc tke treat British Empire Steel Corpor- wketker tremen- douty powerfml ladisstrlal and cial combination will retard or hasten the ambitions ot British Columbia for a ladajtry la Ifcls This Is.tke ontaToi wteesU llam Sloan, Minister ot MUM, in ooa Elderlaf tke Iran of steal the aftalas Coo- vcntloa at One 0! the eucpoaed murder mya- terlM has been deand the locating by'ConsUble P. B.'Torpey. of theX provincial of John Bammen, tie smauaa who dia- C D ocke, Is to Red died, 1912. FILMMEFI T( Taber Parents Appreeiatc' Ef- A LOSS TO THE .NATIONAL ROAD igreo with the view that it Is unfortunate that the Canadian .Na- flonal Railways did not acquire thel general THE WORLD LOVES HUMOR The triumphal procession of-G. Me Manus, .In. the -itinerary .he- recently made througb: ttfe States, points tp'th love the world in general'; has'fo humor. The world is ever willing t iB'.much" indebted .to thos turaiEhHhe material'for laughter "which does not hurt This is a good away the of was -------._.. the CPU team Jutting up a ioor game in the first which they gradually got into tfcaJr stride, winning game by of latteries for the CPR. were Tallman and Wlay; and for.the Finch aid Tufteland. For a buhch.o.t new'players, tbe C.P.R, team did well, and covered themselves with glory by putting the first men out in the third and fifth innings re speclively Another game will likely "be pulled off la th'e future by the same teams.. Geo. who was down from -jl VBBWUIW 1U bUV UAB4 1DQ V L bunu uur. played wUeBj wouW eTOotuiiiy again find Jtla through London x_ "Tke war Has produced an extraor- dinary change In tie economic rela- tions of the" United State sVwlth Bur- he said "Whereas, m 1914 America owed at present Europe owes America v x" Assntning that the' post-wa> pur- power of the dollar was 70 f6rts Used in Saving life v-of (From Our Own TABER, July delicate opera- tion involving of .the. i-Ray was recently performed "flr Galti hos- pital, jrhich has that in- stltutiorijnto a most; wonderful place in the and caused.a deep feeling pt thankful ness that such an institution .the district. Tho child of Mr. ahdiilrs: Leo Malo of Taber, while playing. lowed a -large size comman' pin, and in a few hours such'agony that Druraheller attending the wedding otjnow his Miss Mary turned home yesterday on tbe noonj train. The police looking the water question, and one of local restaurant keepers has a back garden, was m the "court 'percent ot Its poe-war Talue Mr Crammond'said during-the ,past five years there had been in crease in ithe niUonal wealth, of the TJntted States of approximately 30 per cent, and he, estimated this wealth neighborhood fct nation's! wealth of Japan, he 'estimated, had been doubled by the on 'the basis of a postwar mark jinea 59 per ol its pre-war helegitimated Germany has lost, -idamnltv, 26 per cent of the whole of her fine of and costs iras imposed I mercantile marine, al! WilliantvBIacklock, a "brother ol I pouessions, and practically tne whola Adam BUcklock, arrived from Ire-1 of her InTestmenla ab'road the and to the vicinity fljnrea suggested at tbe Hythe COn- ThoiOreek Candy Co, the Liberty I fiifea as this morning water on his I apart from mdi garden out V prescribed hours A oer national w Methodist Church of Hamil- ton, to Rev. Richard Wilting, now pastor of Domlnldn .Church, Montreal to succeed Rev Wm SparHnf at the conclusion of his pastoral term In 1921 Mr, Wilting was- pastor o Centenary Church from 1906 to 1909 YbullBe Surprised At toe pleasure av VtetraU in the home will give yoo. i We can sell you made tor Ask (or BH Free Catalot. list-, ing and dttcritfa Victor f f MASON Home of the "Tn Vietrcla" meat feature of the organlzatton seems to be as popular ever, 'i HERE'S YOUR CHANCtj LADIES W1NNIPKO, Man., July- 24.e-The Manitoba government lias inaugurated sometlilng new for-the Indies. 32- bulletin Millinery' as just been published by Uie Mani- toba Department' of AgHculture. The bulletin, which' contains 111 Illustra- tions, describes, and. clearly the various operations 4n c6n- nccllon with hat making, 'ahd is not dependent upon tho present millinery styles. Tho matter of styles is scarcely discussed at Is not n book o! styles, but a book of inatruc- flumor lielps us .to eee'-thfl bright sidcl lions as to how to various wear