Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LSTHBtUBGE DAILY HERALD. -TUimSlUY, JUNE 24, 1020 Xetbbtibge letbbrftge, BlDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! tft Publishers. THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lcthbrldju W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bureau ol Subscription Rates: j Dally, delivered, per .15 JCially, delivered, per year 7-50 Dally, by mail, per year BCD WeeSIy, by mail, per year......I-Mi Weekly, by mall year to U.S. 2.00 THE PARKS AS PLAYGROUNDS Gire chillrcn every opportunity lor Slay, and ths belter iu niiud and body will they grow. This calls for those opportunities In making them not only available, but Iu making them attrac- tive. For this there in is no better plan loan the equipping of our parks with the things that will attract the young, aud which, in their tender age. raean to them an all iu all. Wheu the benefit and Uie useful- ness ot properly equipped public play- grounds are. realised Hicre cannot but be hearty commendation (or tlio efforts of the Rotary Club for making these obtainable, and for which it Is seek- ing the co-operation of the public in the way of furnishing the necessary funds. This opportunity will be given on Saturday, Juue ''6th. The essence of the existence of JRotary Clubs Is for community ser- vice; and -there can be no better means of community service than that of, providing the playground equipment proposed. It is a' service which should enlist the sympathy of 'all, ia the bearing It-has on the wel- fare of ths young generation. In the scheme there is tho pleasure with which health is combined. In It Here is also safety, In that it provides au avenue from the dangers uf the street to children who for want ot other at- tractions are in the habit of playing oh them. With all that it covers the Tag Day Saturday should a popular one. calling not only (or co-operation but for obligation on tiie part of elders, in the responsibility. ihey owe to the youngsters..-With this in mind Brian cial support should not he.lacking. allay (be unrest tho day more inj the bringing and placing together ot all shadow of opinions and of ta-j tlynaliiies, as the fraternity of spQrt.j We bee this tcwUy in ihe various lea- gues That have been formed iu foot- ball uud luisobHli, with (he various clubs iu ilie represeuiing var- ious wi-upiiuinis' and various inter- ests, but all L-ombined iu one general interest, [lie interest that is aroused in Hie rivalry of sport. IKTe is aiitidiM" ta Bolshevism and un- rest, (live Individuals healihy inter- ests, and there will be no opportunity for thai morbid cultook and that dwell- ing on grievances which frequently the want ol so-mailing tetter or more to engast' Hie mini] A healthy feature in'the spirit ot span, which today nas a large place in the city, is the inclusion of the miners in the different leagues and the interest they are showing tn Anglo- :n sport. We say Anglo-Saxon ad- isedly iu that many of these miners re ot foreign lUracllon, and lo them ur national games are not theirs, 'hey cannot hut appreciate this flue how of fraternity iu their being In- luded la the iocal leagues. U is a uo way of Canadianizing these men. Do You SOMETHING WANTING IN GALT Gait- Gardens, as had oc- casion to observe, have'their educa- tional value as lo the possibilities to growing flowers, shrubs, and trees round our prairie homes. Much has been done in this direction, hut there is an omission which, to perfect the education of which the Gardens aro the silent teacher, should be reclined refer'to the omission of anything i in the way ol labels on the various plants, trees, and shrubs, to identify them, nnd so give those of the public who are not initiated in botanical lo: a knowledge of the names they are known by. To look over the beauty of flowpr nnil leaf-in Gait Gardens, at the prcs eat- lime, Is something like Ihe mi satisfactory process of admiring a beautiful painting without knowing the title ni it or the name of Ihe painter; of reading 3 delightful story a knowledge of the name it Sfn by; or of partaking of a ilatnl> dish without knowing what it is caller! by. The Gcttk-n. will be all Ihe more interesting, anil will better serve their purpose, if all that is there i labelled, .both witli tiir. cnmrnon o garden name of plant, shrub, and Ire" end (he, botanical name of the sum: The fixing of labels, designating tin various species of plant life in Gal Gardens, should not he a difficult o an arduous nutter. There is lint a doubt that this will aOil to UK: inter esl and tho attractiveness ol the Gar (lens, u will make acquaintance nior Intimate. There are. many trfe.-i ail shrubs, it inay safely be said, vihlcl so far as names go. are nnknoiv quantities to many. Here is an ci porlunity fur adding to the valtio o the Gardens which the Commissioner of Public Works, in whose Jurisdiction the city parks come, should make use of. ind the sanio applies to their families. is only natural that wives and chit- eii take an Interest iu what TODAY'S QUESTIONS V.'hJt is ifte. origin of live terii 2. What is a Wtia.1 is a o( 4. What !s Low Church? .V Who is koowu ihe "Uelgian 0. WUat U Tammany derived from? WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. is ihp title kuowu as the Khedive of Kgypl? 2. Who way the "Veiled !1. Wtul is the origlu ot the phrase "Tell thai -to the t. is inezzo-liiito? 5. What is the meaning of to "kick the 6. What is a rnlaule gun An ANSWERS resal revived t'Jlimltxicg any JtvIdeMCi for tho ac- Ao evHenf vifgipt lo; Klesl W from. weAVilsoa Owike lisi nisbt tuot getting tbo the ilioV at the, back of the-gtjrase one-wrjjeel dropped liij'tn'e'fir lii'a'n "tinfiinnsbto coodllioii, though it Is the tar in wluoh siileeu cases of Kquor had b'.'fir seised a tew days ago while, the drKer nuking a hasty ruu for the border. The cus- toms officials had the car tor unpaid customs dues and U is thought that it was some was Interest- ed iu the illicit whiskey trsda who made the effort to get sway with It. The warm weather which has ot Isst arrived U exerting a fffect.upon the SulUm of Turkey in 1SCT. who granted it to Ishmael who succeeded as ]'4siia of Bgypt in 1S6S. Tbo tiile is higher than viceroy, but not so high as sullau. '1. Mouanna. a prophet chief, who being terribly deformed wore veil under pretence of shading the dazzl- ing light of his countenance. 3. .Marines are supposed by sailors lo be so groen that they will swallow the waters of the turbulent Elk and tho water now hovers around tbc sev- en foot mark, with indiraiions of BlUl higher levels to come. The fton. W. J. Bowser, leader of the opposition in thu local legislature, arrived this evonins from Craubrook (or a .confidential talk with the faith. ful regarding registration. Since, tho advent ot Chief Lavtjou ori the city, force and tlie arrival of Chief Constable Spiller uf provin- cial force, there has tiulte a j change iu the enforcement of the pro- rothers, sons, and, it may be, fathers, ake an interest in. The coming to- gether on common ground in the fields >f sport lends to intercourse- and ac- luaintance, with the minds of all at- uncd to one common object, the pro- gress of the game and the part the ival clubs are taking in them. The nterest does not end there, it is'car- ied on to future meetings, and the cagktes as a whole, with the fortunes the individual clubs, make tor sus- ainlng and healthy luterost. In ull his There lies the germicide for un- rest. the mcst extravagant story. 4. Kngravings in imitation of their idiait drawings are' so-called. MAKING USE OF OUR BACKYARDS In endeavoring to stem the high cost f living in the matter at any rate of vegetables for tae domestic table, he backyard garden is not made the most of as it should bo. There are many who, unless they have tried it out, havo no conception of tho uses o which the backyard can be turned n the way of obtaining table supplies more palatable if not cheaper in the products which any amateur gardener can raise in It. To put it- Snto use will ha to appreciate what the back- yard means to 'the householder, -not only in the use but in the relaxation HE cultivation will give. There are many possibilities in! the domestic backyard, and we commend the following from Conservation to the notice of oitr readers In the process ot getting the roost out of the backyard garden, many amateur gardeners have overlooked the cultivation 'of small fruits. Fresh fruit oh the table has almost become a lus'ury. The. high prices which these fruits are commanding and growing scarcity on the market, are "tine largely to lack of rtelp and the enhanced cost of picking and ''transportation. The growing of raspberries, cur rants and gooseberrie's is very simple, and 'their value hoth( for use as fresh fruit t and for'hakiiig and preserving purposes, shouli! make their cultiva- tion much more extensive. There ore no (ruitb that respond more quickly to good treatment, bat they will also To be o( light weight; to bo of interior consequence. .When one pan ot a pair'of scales is lighter than the other it flies upwarl, and is said to "kick the beam" (of the scales.) 6. A signal ot distress at sea, or a gun fired at the death of a.distinguish. ed individual, 'because a minuts eiupses between each discharge.' Ceremony Held in the Bellevue O. 'O. P. and Rebekahs Took Part. iiibitlon act here. All arms of the law are now working in harmony and tbi> result s'eeras ,to he a matter of much worry to those engaged In the smuggling business. The ejection for the selection of a police commissioner to take the plate made vacant on the board by un- timely death of Wm. Lancaster, and for two school trustees, lo fill vacan- cies takes place tomorrow. Friends are working for the clec- iiou of Harold Wilson, acd his oppon- ent Is the old time citizen. Sam Gra ham, .who was'defeated by Lancaster at the regular election in January. Both men havo many friends and the result is looked for nith consMerabla interest. _ Tho J--Jk rirer continues on its good behaviour, uot rising above the seven foot mark last night as a result ot yesterday's. warrui weather. Henderson, of Victoria, Ihi veleron -Dominion building Inspector tor this in town last night on bis annual tour anil is leaving this evening via Cajgary on fits return v ICIP. SIM I From ,Our Own Correspondent) :V BELLEVUE, Juno i.O.O.F. members from Celeman and Blalrmore came to'Iletlevue ou Sunday last and took part in the decoration service ot the Hollovue.cemetery the mem- bers o( Bellevue fudge decorated the, graves of the late brothers Atkinscn.-l them.for profit, Clyde of-tho Shedon and Keen. There were some i Department 'of Agriculture, in which one liundreil in the procession to save practical exhibitions of-'th'e cemetery. The Colerr.an Uebekah j fowl by having live birds with him lodge took part also Biairmore the lecture, pointing out the Reiiekah loilge. After the decoration j various part's of'Ihe bird for laying Only Slembcrs of U. M. of A. Took Was Small. (From Our Own MACLEOD, June at- ternoon the farmers uf the Macleod [district listened .to, a J lecture now to raise strain, for the market, and one that will give the owner desir- ed, i.e., profits, lie also organized' an egg. which the members may have" their surplus prorfcr market by-.the if d.esired. Quite "number'of ladies were present and were interest- ed listeners, asking' many questions regarding the poultry.' A small fire broke out in the power house at 7 a.m. this, mor.nvng in which some 5-500 worth o' damage was done to the roof. It is thought to have been caused by sparks en the that hss-not been seen in many towns in was witnessed by the townspeople1--this rooming, Jimb 1920, whcrl; the R..O. Si. Police, officers antl-.nien, with horses left for tfleir Irek to Banff, under the command of Major Douglass. They expect to camp tonight at Oranura, thence lo Claresholm, and'each night i nt a ncw low" "nlil Calgary is reach- isnday.last in Belief M where they will take part In'.Uhe big fair. ceremony was over the Rev. liro. Peters gave a very appropriate ad- dress ou the duties of Oddtellpwship. The procession -re-foVined -and came back to. Ilie. half where the members of this'Belleyiie Itebokali lodge had a very walling for the largo number 'who were on hand. Too sulu of h6mo cooking -'in the1 -AleOioiJfst Church bn Monday night was a The sum of 'was'lj-aisoa" for the new: church to be built iri camp in the near future. The football match between Belle- vue and Hillcrcst'was a win for Hill- crost all the way through after the game started. James Varley, Bellevnc, goalkeeper met with a bad accident, He broke .his arm. This' is.w.hat gave Hillcrest the big lead. The game end- in favor of Hillcrest. Mrs. Jesse Burcey has been visiting Mrs. Jack Wilson in camp for a.few days the last iv.oek. The booze joints to he closed on Sun vue and things are quite .n lot boUer. Joe Robertson ,has been_ under; the weather for the last week or so but will soon he out again. Voting for the acceptance of the new agreement look place on Monday. stand a considerable amount of ncg-ilt is understood the vote stood 228 lect. Large 'mils and productive for and 3i against. bushes, however, can only be expect- ed when they are given proper atten- tion. The Public Hoard is gelting 10 be known as the "Firing Squad." People who imagine that the rain- maker has been at work recently have, evidently been consulting the'r ouija boards. II Is satisfactory lo know that Mr. Martin of the Hardieville School has made a complete denial of the un- patriotic charges levelled .against "It nmittli as the gc-nlln rain from h'javcn" is a sentiment which the peo- ple nt the south country will fully appreciate in the recent bcnoliccnt nicotines of llic Schnol llnan! arc ptihllc meetings, where tin: pulilir Is free alt end. II those in habit of criticUinK marie It to attend liiesd and so put tlicnmelvo in the pillion of gcltinx a knowledge ol things al first hnnfl, the wonltl-bc the city, the l.olhbrHge M-oniil not lie. so anxious to criiicl'i'V 'Athletic Association has much on; which, without uiuiuo i Tu ker-p thp memnry THE L.A.A.A. AND BOLSHEVISM' As 'the fostering spirit of sport in Mrs. Henson who has been visiting .it the coast returned home on Monday niglit. The death ol Thomas Jenning. bet- ter known as Montana Red occurred on Saturday night at 10 o'clock in the Beamati hospital. Tiie. cause of death was asthma and dropsy. Mr. Jennings was in.hls 61 year, fie was a native of nail spent some 40 yetirs IhtaVcou.n- try. He was-lnld to rest'In the Beiic- vue cemetery on Monday. The burial service was' pat-formed by tho Kev. Father Cosman.; Mr. }lulex _and family went to France on Saturday night where (hoy intend spending a year as a vacation. ISpci-ial to The FBHNIE, June election held yesterday by the miners here and at Michel passed oft very quietly. The volo was sinalt as none but me'mbers ot Iho loca! U. M. W. of A. tcok part. I'D vote 011 the proposition a mine? lad to be a member of the organiza- tion with which the contract voied upou had been agreed the offi- cials of lim U. .M. of A. The msiit was between the coal company and the U. M, W. of A. and practical iy recogoiied ilia closed shop prin- ciple. Tlie miners of the 0. B. U. faction refused to vqle because they would have to sign the check-off as provided been in Ihe contract. field. ABout cue hundred members of the U. Jl. W. at Mfclicl voted in favor ot accepting the agreement and only one or two were opposed, In both camps Ihe O. B.I U. party was busy working against the propo- sition, hut it is thought that enough meu have supported the agreement to make It workable and that more men will sign ou as tUe tliiie goes'oh and that finally tlseWhola-camp will he back in the international canip again. -The large stock of lirjubr which was seized and confiscated as a result of tho raid on the room of Win. Kcrr in the McLean bbck, was shipped this rooming to Vancouver by express. The Domiuion Express company will reap its snare of (he capture, the txpress charges amounting to over nine bun dred dollars. A special session-of the Fernie ci- council was held-Iasl night in Ihe council chamber, all (bo councillors being present ereent 'Mayor Hender- son, who was kept nt Home beer-use ol Illness.' The object of the meeting was to confer with Engineer Donald of (he British Columbia-Alberta Power Com- pany, Limited, regarding the supply of electric power to ths city from the Bull river power plant now being in- stalled about seventeen miles from Fernie as the erotv flies. .After tull consideration and explan- ations by Mr. Donald tho council ac- cepted the proposition as rha'de by'lho power company arid'as, soon a's ;ho details have been worked out work on erecting the line across the mountains will be conimeiiced. It is expected that the city will he able lo n-.aka a very considerable saving Iu ccsi ot current as well as to be in a position to supply a m'uch greater amount qt'i gieat additional cost in repairing nd enlaring the steam plant now in It is expected that a rate. will, bo eenreil at such a figure as io encour- ge th.e small acturing plants in Fernie and vicln- PICKED UP-IN, JESSING FOR THK UAW liecause. ct. hot spell Omaha. Neb, public schools arc closed. Strikes first five Itt the U.S. during the months ot 1920 caused U. S. Hallway Labor Board an- nounced Its wage when made, would be retroactive Slay lSt> f palriollc which ii'jsas to its credit. Hut there Ja another which; unconsciously though It may It has earned In flic'way nf a by-proitiicl, iinilan Important onn at (hat. Thin is ttitii it has lifoti an factor in fiirrMsliins the'menus' wbc'reby the growth of Bolshevism, using the ii> I's general ijecoiues There is riulhfbg tcnjs 'to of the v.-jir sons it has taught, is in keeping with r.ucli an iu- K'n- rity A t-.i ro.nl lir innnr, Uie in liif; h.'iHls, ol Cliior l.awson of stitntion an the ol pirn. Tn this respect the Inrnl i toki ClKiiitc-r pinypi] a Iruo iim) fiitir.n n'n! pnrl in llu- cc-rr-irifiny nF tiiivoiiinn lalilci ID the ninnory rjf tin; iai.! nl 1'r-niic s wliilo wan luul i'liillius at 'I lio U-ssou servo w lliu (ritlttrailitl I iliTlvi-il .-l-ioiiM to rli'j j .r.iii.l j, In llrM .without Oivn 23.-IUir, fieKan fall this evening for ahont an hour. Ijut ahoiil 8 o'clouk It r.iin noavlly ami a fairly steady.down pour has continued till, 10 with prospects of a wet night. The ruin much heavier at Pnrpl< Sprlnss nml trmth nf there, onn tnolo parly out for :i Irlp lifl ing In-Ill nl that point owing tc lifavy F.hrnvcrs, but (Ificfdlng Kiine (m for Kir of an all-night rain Unin appears lie general. Tim find Qnpon of Hji.iln ar ID an iiifnrinnl visit In Ixindon, arriving ou July, 4. A -'second case 'J of Vubonic plague 3 reported at Pensacola, ____ _ The' pleasure of White Shoei for surnmer wear depends entirely upon being sure that tfiflr first is lasting Unless properly fitted as well as having 11 good QUalliy niateriat they soon become ...._. We carry a large-fango'of 'iVhite Shoes in all heels 'and styles, Oifords, Pumps, Mary Jibes arid Hjgh Lace Shoes. Width A to E. Prices range from to for Ladies' Wear. J. Nelson Cp. SHOES FOR SHERLOCK BUILDING ALL AGES' FITTED Y dear fellow, I wouldn't go home on Saturday without a box of Maple Buds, any more than I would come down town without my hat. .A week- end with four youngsters and no Maple Buds? No, my dear chap! Arm yourself with a 'POX of Maple Buds for the family, and you are the most popular person in the house, you ever taste them? Then take, my adyice and get a box to-day. The youngsters must have something sweet, but I don't believe in letting mine eat any old rubbish. 1 get Cowan's Maple Buds regularly, Theyre pure and whole- some, and the children love them. So does their Mother.''