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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LSTHBRIDGE DAILY RHIAIA MONDAY, JUS'S Ube Xetbbriboe tDeralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED Ith SMrth, LctKbridgc W. A. BCCHANAN Pmtfoat and Director John Torracce S Mtdajfr growing, as a cl soil-drift depended on co-opwaUon all round. This was sensed oy all proY ent with the pledge given tbat caci one would sow rye, provided the seed The spirit cl co-opsration ID rye- owiDg, sensed as a matual neeM- sity amocs tbe farmers present al the various meetings recently catltd. hould spread abroad among who vrere absent. Tbe necessity ot co-operation ID this respect should cany witi it Its of special obli- tations. aad In txne.'itllnsr bimselt the 'armer in the particular district should ensc the spirit denoted, (bat En so doing he will OB not oaly doing duly to bimself but to his neighbor. Vember Audit Buraau of CirctlaHous. Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per .15 Dally, delivered, per year ......1.50 Dally, by mall, per year........ E.OJ Weekly, by mall, per year......1.65 by null, OCT year lo U.S. J.OO THE GLORY OF QALT GARDENS In its resplendent summer bues Gait Gardens stand as a supreme achievement of K bat can be accom plluhcd in beautifying our prairie e'ttles, -A visit to tte Gardens is an inspiration ot tbo possibilities tliat lie .In. rareful gardening and'ot tbe ex tent, flowering, plants raised in Southern Liberia. 11 one- seeks lor tic" absence of tbe popular .varieties ot bloom which, are associated with summer gardens be dnd great difficulty in noting-lhe tame, so varied is :hc collcclloh ot flowerjcg plants and shrubs -.which combine in contrast to accentuate the beauties of- each other. At no tlrne in tbe history ot the Gardens, have'the peronhfals 'shown to so great an ad vantage.' Tlie honeysuckle Is profuse In its 'attractive bloom, shaHIng from ibe ol pink to Iho' riche tones of the cplor. The nodding lilacs vaunt their beauty, setting off the white puffs of tbe snowball, and here and there tbe carragana with its yel- low bloom adds to tbe pleasing medley ..'ol the color scheme. Prominent in the Gardens are the showing a maidenly modesty with drooping skirts or 'purple, nnd others again with pink ,and while skirls stretched forth wits .all the effrontery -of the chorus .girl In'the ballet. Tho (lagn throw out their rich T.lolcl beauty, and the Iris, .the "poor man's Insists on 'thrusting its existence before the ob- 'server who takes in the multi-colored ftnorama ct bloom and foliage. geraniums with "background In 'the' rich .green sward of the Epndon.i lawns, add to Hie rich- ness of the lone tbe Gardens, aiid-a bed'gUes diversity to the floral land-' scape. -'Aft hae triumphed over Nature in the where tho hull horso .tearas used (o forgather in the days were dear lo the old.linier and where Iho ground was trampled by tfie man) feet of lacrosse and football players iNol- only to the citizens of Lflthbrtdgc tut to all In the south countrs Gait Gardens set the eiaraple jind cill for tbe Individual to follow it Front 'areas In the city can be rnacic miniature replicas ot what Is seen in' the cily square, and so add by (ho.r quota to make the city tlful Here Is something (or householder to think of, and so lake on himself community obligations Gait Gardens give Ihe inspiration and loll .of the possibilities ol gardening 'and It each householder .will devote his efforts to making the ground in front of hi? residence a flower garden shall have a cily whjch Till be-an Indei of the prido its citizens lake Jr. It 6TAYING WITH IT JI there is nccd.ot-n lesion ot UOK with the spirit o "slicking It: is furnished nT attitude ot the farmers who have suf! tr'eil trom Iho eJTecls.of Hie recen iolWriltiog. The hope, that is (o lie in the human breast proclaim its truth.In men of the soil wti )n spite of recurving crop fMi.-.res have stood firm on tticlr tisling the shock o" adversity. Sue men call not only (or aympatti' b and demand irsislnjic that they Ire willing lo help .Ihsrr (elves by osing whatever mean." ar at their disposal lo remedy th ioudltioria In which the slcrn el rr.snls have placed them The niillngness ot Ibe farmors the Koll drifted area to help the selves by making nee ot prescription offered them Is shown In Ihe euthn iaam fn which iher accepled the >i vice Of growing n4. It was a re mar able, spirit which was cbown at on til of meetings, recently he! to.take for the prevention i the ot In th wlUingneM by each 1 dividual finnsr to grow rye and pledge himself to do so. 'It waa pointed out to. the farmo at tbe meetings In which they asso tlti that it sufficient fi farrncfs Hero and there to grow ij it was crapMaiwd lhat It was no it one plantingrtye If his hclg kor on IhB west'failed lo iln to. Do You THE DRUG J MENACE There is an evil outeide drink which calls for action In stemming what threatens to be a new menace, which in its insidious nature Is niore diffi- cult to _ overcome. In tbe fight for prohibition the other danger tbat of the use ot drags, which lurks in secret places, should not be overlooked. In tfie current number ot MacLeau's Magazine there ii an article by Emily Murphy which calls for serious attention. The writer quotes the .editor of tbo Tor- onto'Saturday as saying "The drug habit has a strange hold on our population and Is growing at an alarm- ing rate. Toronto has now tbe un- enviable reputation ot being Ontario's headquarters for the Illicit trafflc in and pecplc come to the Queen City from all over the country to re- new their supplies." Dr. CIsrk, Assistant Deputy Minister al Ottavra, in a letter, says that the use of.habit-forming drugs.Is not more prevalent-among those who served in the recent war the civilian population. This in reference to the fact that tho use of drugs in hospitals for' wounded soldiers may have torru- tho. habit. Referring to this letter, rs.'.Murphy wriles "If we agree with m wo must hold'that the .evil is a ral and a national one. And this Rdoubtedly has a basic In fsct, for 1907 Canadians Imported nces.of morphine and amount steadily for the seven years the war and, with the excep- kin of a year and hiuf, has con- to rise ever since. The same eady persistent rise In Importations ccurred annually in all other nar- this rise being .altogether out proportion lo the increase in j. A niBnutaclurerV. statevjthe oVers all parts Canada 'with hjs ares, said the other day while in ii Province of Alberta tiiaf'Bines his ;sljirjnuiil.trip had Increased over the >omlnlon over one thousand per cent. TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1, Who was the author of the ex- pression, "Language Is given to men lo conceal their 1. What language are Adam and Bve to have spoken? S. Wilt language does tradition (he serpent spoke) t. What waa the Nose Tax! 5. Whit 11 tbe origin of the phrase Xot worth your 6. What Is pod and what is a rookery of seels! SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. When did electrocution become the law in New York State, and who was the first man electrocuted? S. What is the meaning ot "rublat" aa in the "HuWst of Qasar 3. What are the universities in the Province 4. When and where was Jphn D. Rockefeller born! 5. Why does water run oil a duck's back. 6. What species ot animil ii the coalta? ANSWERS 1. Became effective "January 1. 1889. Thfi first criminal electrocuted was Winiun Kremnaler, on Aug. 1S80. 3. Quatrains, that is four-line verees. 3. McGill in de Montreal, Montreal; Laval, lu'Que- bec; University ot Bishop's College, Lennoxville. 4. Richtord, Tloga County, Tork; July S, 1839. 5. Through the oil gland the duck pOMestes that constantly produc- ing grease or oil vhlch the bird' uses in giving Its feathers a thin coating to make them sleek, and which': alsi: causes .water lo run oB as oil and water do not mix. 6. One ot the largest of .the Soath American to-the class known as room from tbe furnace, but so (julckli did it spread that this cannot beVposl .tvely stated by Chief Carlisle. I jumped quickly, from floor to -.f loo: until the flames were. breaking fort) Tom numerous ivlndowa and S. A. Spencer, the -ioor: to floor alarming the leajintB while the ('ire department was rushing to >Tho Chairman theaicalted on Ml W. H. Falrfield ot Pavm nf T jllhhi-ifl an EVlll-finlil ad tW thVbOddHr wsi thrown out1 rear Tin evidence of proprietor, aid that lfer was laboring ,undsr the influ- ence cf-llQuor while, he was in Elko, uid' the section boss, Carlson, and McPhaden, trainmaater o! the work trains, both 'srwore hit there waj nothing to indicate any rktton of kay Miid existing between any. ot the railway men and "Road- isUr Telfer." 'The taterwt In this case deepens as continues, and the next sifting ot the coroner's court will draw out as a crowd ot listen- en as did the- Friday night session when the provincial court room was ailed with people Interested In the IM. Mr. 3. B: terrlll ?.nd wife, of Lelh- brldge, are guests at the King Edward hotel. A. E. foreman, chlet engineer of roads In British Columbia, has been an official visit lo this district, PICKED UP IN HOT UAH _ The 0. N. R. U erecting a new sta- tion at Evansburg. Stanley Edmondson, Moose Jaw, has been awarded damages for loss Two cases, of uubouie-'plague have been discovered in Ihe Republic of Salvador. Thomas Henlon, G.T.R.. employee, HasUtos. fitting down to dinner.' The allied governments have tenta- lively July-6 as the date tor the next Spa- meeting. Hon. C.M. Hamilton, new minister ot agriculture for was elected :by acclamation. Latest reports as to the condition ot John W." Stirling, Inspector ot mines for Alberta and chairman of the com- pensation board, who was admitted to the Mlserlcordla hospital some time ago, are to the effect that he was mak- ing good p'rogress bsl It would be some little time before he Is able to resume his duties. Trustee of the General Education Board of the Rockefeller foundation announced appropriations totalling I20.JS1.900 for various purposes of general education and the develop- ment of medical schools. Included In Iho list Is an: item ot for build Ings and equipment for Dal- housie University Medical School; ing training on service machines win start 'or Ottawa and will make his home lown Ihcre. Carmangay liad A heavy rnln on Wednesday ntternoon and the, groi received a gnod soaking and all larmers are There was alsc icavy hail out weal ot town three d four Inches deep. One of the nicest games of footba'l was played In Champion on Thursdaj nlgbl between Champion and Carman gay, alter tlie game tho score wti 'armnrigay 2, Champion 2 and .th tie will he played off .in Carmangay on a later (late, as we imdefitand'thiit Mr. K. Owens, manager of Ibe Bank' ot Hamilton made tho Slat plays 6f llic game. The (iormangay Hardware Co. Is having tlie water works .Installed In ihelr Mr. C. Ii. Messenger wns elected secretary of the Hoard OT trade at Ihclr lasl meollng. All roads lrind to (Jarmangay on July I, where one ol the best days of will bo held that Cnrmangay lias ever tiad. .flo come ono come nil and havo a good lime, Mr. T. u. Parkinson is new bnllditig, i nominated for school trustees. White Shoes Summer There is no shoe that gives greater comfort in summer than While canvas shoes, TJwy inert poreas, making them nuich ciojw.1 tt'yon havn irorn you dad. We law them Ja'SBesTw Canvas Frket to Wkitfa A to MK TO BE FitTEO AGES W. J. NELSON CO. HRRLOCK