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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LTTTHBIUDGE DAIM HERALD. FRIDAY, JUNK 1, be Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors 1 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 123 6th Strett South, Ltlhbrldje W. A. BUCHANAN president and Managing Director John Torrauee Business lemher Audit Bureau ot Circulations. Subscription Rates: telly, delivered, per week kaily, delivered, per year Mlly, by mall, per year---- Veekly, by mall, per year---- by mall, per year lo U.S. 2.00 bXW rol was established duriiis 'he war (or thai very purpose. U-t she- taw supply and demand regulate tfre price, they fay, and they will be satisfied.; They also declare that there b 110 jirk-e control exerted any tovern- meot agency over the price of tiie im- plements the tanner uses iu produc- tion or the clothes and shoes and other tbiugs be is forced lo buy. They see in price only another et- fcrl to make the lot of the fanner a I harder to bear. The members of the Winnipeg drain EiL'Lange argue that price control is fictitious and there-tore should not be tolerated. The farmer should be en- titled to sell when he likes fcr the best price he .ran get. aud Uicy Indi- cate that, if Ihe grain through the regular channels, the competition among the trade will ensure fair deal- ing and good prices. But the action of the wheat board during the pan year :E securing lor Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS Wtiero did tie guitar conn) from 1 What is hollow ware? 'f. Wlial is thy inscription the famous Liberty bell? 4. To what height does the holly- x'k grow'.' r.. are the Hanging O.irdens c-f ll.ibylon so What is the Crail? THE VISIT OF; THE CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS Western .Canada should benefit ilong -with the oast from the visit of ibe members of Iho Canadian Manu- facturers' Association. "There is no east, there is no 5 a statement attributed lo President r. P. Howard of the association dur- ng the tour. Tile sentiment is a fine one. The THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS et its uamoV Julian Hyilg ho is lie the What is buttonwi L1. How does calico When was Sir t Lord bora and son ot? WLo is the I'oet Laureate at ino present lime? 5. Whom did Sir Kobert liordeu succeed'as leader of the Conservative party? 5. What is a cameo? rouble with it however is that, while [t sounds well in theory, It doesn't work out. Dozens o handsome slrue- ind in every way a credit to the town jmd the proprietors. The roy i of lights along the trout ot the build i Ing when attached-, will make thi garage the brightest spot at nigh' i> own: The whole King and Greet ilock. bousing the Standard Dank Brothers, Umiled, general mer- hants. anil the King.and Green gnr- ige. cost A central healing )lant supplies heat tor all three busi- lesaes. Word just reached hero from Salt :.ake City of the death of George Budd, eldest son of George 'H. Budd, one time mayor ot Hoymonil. The boy died ttter an extended Illness, lie was buried In Siilt Lake, where his par- ents now reside. The town council meets tonight regular session. Tho chief business of the session will be the'paislug pt the bylaw on the proposed sidewalk extension Involving a sum aggregat ing some Tho question wil on the. very eve of success. As point- ed but by 1'rcs. ilarnoclv in his very excellent review cf Ihe agrarian possi- bilities of Southern in the In- dustrial, section, Southern Alberta is adapted' to tho beet sugar industry The industry can be made a success The main reason'for the failure o" the Raymond plant was Iho lack o proper cooperation between the pro t ducer and the manufacturer. The> j never pulled together. Lack of labo it certain particular seasons, Jlmited nmouni of irrigation water and (he absence ot a large enough population of small farmers wero contributing causes. To those interested in Ihe colonization ot the west the sugar in- dustry should havo a strong appeal. The trend in the agricultural develop- ment of the country is for smaller nnd better farms and a thrifty family on Into ramp alter all. say instructions but improving courses will be takeu up at city headquarters. John H. Meredith, member of the noted.London. Out., family, for fifteen years manager of tho .Merchants Bauk at Montreal, is dead. The EdmonlOn Meteorological, om cer reported .tint. Jbc temperature'tor Jiny was iwv ifgrec-B tre'ow register, being IS.6. >i. Schndeck. a resident cf Stony Plain district .for thirty years, dead. -The funeral 'look place on Sunday. Vertical liftiug aeroplane Is an ac complisbed fact, says Louis Brcll-[ nan, Hrilish' inventor, but his secret j is being closely guarded. Jernil Uellaveu'x, who wtis arrested j In Sudbu'ry for breaking into a bar- ber shop and stealing J104 worth of goods was sent to'Rnrwnsh tor three! indicate that sowing In area In province Is completed, and bull Ihe oat seeding done, aud thai con- ditions are iavoruble. Increase ot sessional indemnity of parliament from to JWOO is still being urged by Federal members themselves and is atlll opposed by ths government, although the latter .may fl Start Children moulhs. I..A young California, aviator took1 Ilj5 father and mother, US and CI years old up feet, on a.joyrlde and treated them to loop-the-joops and other aerial diversions. Archbishop iieltvean. of Winnipeg., i warned the women of his congrega-: lion that atiy appearing in decollette j dress expelled from the j churclv Detective wiring is supposed to slati them righl in learn- ing1 music. A good piano und a good teacher are absolutely ne- cessaryr The first -we can supply in Ihe famous old every tract. a condition is p.ecullarlly' suited to the sugar beet industry. A man with a family can easily handle a field of beets from five to ten acres. This would solve the labor problem and stabilize the indus- try. Heels are now contracted for'in the Western States for 'per ton. submitted to a vote of the people A-fair average for beets Is 12 tuns as soon as the preliminary details are to the acre. .Under ideal conditions attended to. V, Tuesday have been responsible tor a Ore did .IS.GOQ worth of damage lo tho farmers will want to know before worthy citizen, that time just what they may expect i The religious funeral services at th in the marketing season In order that they may make their financial arrange- belli ot the Baptist mc'nts accordingly. A good price for pastorate here. wheat this fall is inevitable in any William Lancaster leaves a father event bu't just what method of mar- and a sister in Lancashire, Kmrland, where he was born, and ir.'o kcting will secure Ihc best returns is .nmi Uvo sjster3'who reside a question which will bear argument. ,uere The deceased had been' a member of tlu Methodist Church nnd If the manufacturers brought this United CnuL-cli'wlien.that kind ot weather the tamers ot was formed by Uie uniting of they have yielded ns high as L'5 ton's. The possible wealth coming into the country from such an industry, with a stable, market right at our doors, cannot bo computed. Without' a doubt, Southern Alberta will some day see another sugar factory built with- in reach of its farmers, perhaps many of them. Whnt the future has in store for'Western Canada is marvelous to Vdnlemplate. The irrigation water was lurned in- to the canal this week. Tiie municipal works (lepartriierit are busily engaged T. W. lirooks Sons' .factory tit Windsor. Inlernatlonal Paper Co. says' Am- 1 crican newsprint could dispose ol. their outputs for] twice the: prices they arc receiving and declares a. T.O.. per ceul. increase must bo made. The .vole of. Edmonton properly owners for tbc second time on Ihe MASON t RISCH They cost less than you peel at "Factory to Home" prices. Sold on easy terms, lot) Ask for style catalogue. link Him Liquor Gives Magistrate' SOhle cleaning Hie town ditches prepara- T o. in filmlnfc WHtpr cm Alberta nright be brought to (Kink they are not so Inhuman after ant reasons Is that the United Slates finds itself In tlio position of paying through the nose for sugar raw material which might very profit- ably be produced at home. The Spokesman Review, in dealing nidi th'e two million acre Columbia llasin project points out the enormous amount of money sent out of the coun- try annually for sugar, and urges the! necessity of the country lining made self-supporting in this impi-tanl com- modity by increasing the volume 01 sugar beets grown on land. Alberta, with its irrigation possi- bilities, might easily become the sugar factory of Canada. At the pros- ent lime there are close to a billion pounds of sugar annually imported in- to Canada in its raw stale. What if _A1- berta supplied the whole, or even an appreciable pan of thin enormous total? Would it not help Iho Canadian trado situation? Would it not be a safeguard against a repetition ol the troubled sugar situation in the Domin- ion during the past few years? Albcrla irrigated lands can produce millions of pounds of sugar annually and bring good returns to the grower. Beet lands in Utah and Colorado arf returning their owners an average gross Income of an acre at the present time. Irrigated lands in -Al berla will produce sugar beets cver> bit as well as Ihoso of Ulflh Colorado. Is not the possibility one might well be looked upon from a mi tlonal viewpoint? all. A-plan Is on foot to get prairin farmers to grow more trees. Ontario the Presbyterian and Methodist churches. In both organizations he had been a consistent and worker, lie' was n member board of managers of the n consistent and faithful of the United i mirch from Its organization, and also took an active part in the choir work. I He was a careful and attentive pioneers titty years were mostly of (uo nnd had rtincemcd In how'to set rid ot trees! been eleclcil last winter to the posl- lion of police commissioner, a post- jtion in which he proved to be of Inea- with the least possible labor. jtimable vnliie lo the city. Some day eastern factories are sc As a llrivato citizen "he had risen ing to ArEtaullsli in Alberta because [from the ranks of miner lo that of Alberta has t'no fuel that makes fat- tories go. Just now Ontario it looking a served by all. Bomed in the hearts ot the numerous friends assembled from all walks ot lite from tho lowliest and moat hum lile to those occupying the highe-si levels of society; flower? which wll he long in fading out of existence .ml which will leave the sol] fron which they sprang richer and sweet, er for having cherished thtm. Having been an honored member of 1 infcjheContract, both the MnEonlc and Odd Fellow Frn- tornilie.-. those two lodges wrr.c nut in full foree and the fnncrnl services of both orders were observed. The pall bearers acre: C. Hen- rtcrson. 1-3. K. Stewart, A. J, J S. Irvine, Tlioman and Mr. KteiLHOU. ing, exploring a whiskey hotltc, and followed the firat lo the cells, hav- ing to he forced. in at Uic. point ot the bayonet. Kincs were .obtained each this morning at the police court and the police arc on the watch for the missing man, who is believed to have taken to (lie prairie. We would suggest thai intimates ot J. Barley- ofirii remain outside 'he town limits. C. llosey's new welding shop is in process of erection, II. Hudson hav Ot tin? Harons family wh'; do nol want irrigation liavr: alreridy tho problem of bow tn kcfp the from drifting. They should pass their knowledge on to tbfir liro ther farmers in Hankatchcwali -.vlio arc holding a ppp fulfil tlio claim of UK- Inventor. T. A. hiis purctiasoil nnw tonririK t-nr and intends to aliortly nidkf a hi Hi" au'i