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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE ISTHBRHXJE OAltV HKKMJJ. riURSDAY. JUNE 24. 1920 ietbbrlbde DAILY AND WEEKLV and Publishers THE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 123 6th Street Soul'n, W. A. BUCHANAN President aisd Managing Oirotlor John TOJ rancc EuHuess slroap -jud active part to urging ,the j necessity of irrigzliou in. tbk pirt off tho Psovioce. for-the 'good of tbe! Province as a whole, iu an educatlvo! campalgo as 13 how irrigation In" tbo south would ii'.directly benefit Mho nortt. io this it has lagged, in iha; it imsM ham done a great deal. Xoiv it tew thai couijiticns here are likeiy to sifcct :ts part uf Pro- ys ften from the outside, it petulantly remark- "It most ag- gravating." Do You Know? 6. TODAY'S QUESTIONS What Is "Punic Wl'y is puueh sj-called? "Who were tiie .Ma-BeltA What it a Taniri'.-ben'! What Is tho Manchester S Wbai is pumpernickel? Jupiter 1'luvius appears to have re- embered that Southern Alberta is -n [be map. i it appears to be up to the Church [u Toronto whether the citizen? there Member Audil BU was cJ Circulation I should ride in tho street cars or walk. THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS i: 'Wliat Is fhe origin of the term 5. Wtm is a y. Whai is a "iute of 4. What is Low Church? Who Is known as the "Belgian. C. Whsit from? Allen on Wednesday Sold Ubis even- ing) and sew mss to make rggs tor sale. Ai the closYof the business meet' ins an appetizing luucU served by Ibo hostsss. Mrs. Herman Scbonert assisted by Mrs. M. Scavmert. The next meeting vt the Aid will be at Mrs. Win. Depcw's homo on Thursday afternoon, Ju'y Tho Ladies' Altar Society of Church meet with Mrs. Caui- piitfi. Hell strviH tomorrow afternoon. June Tho unauKl congregat-oua! cacetiiis of St. Andraw'a Uuito.1 Church was held Wednesday i-roniug. The Camp MrB Girls awl 1'oy Scouts with Scoutmaster and Mrs. Gilbert took a short trip in'.o tbo coun- Tammany derived ANSWERS From lie try Isst lYiday ineratn-'R owing to the storm they .had to ttart Cor hcmo as soon as lunch was over, received .a good drenching, li ittughi in a heavy rah. The. regular ineeilus of 'he Wo .PICKED yp IN 1ASS1NG Splendid and Much Needed Kttin New Aspect to Crops. iKYofu Oar Own (.'orresnoadeatl .PIN'OHEK CIIEKK. Juac schcal ciams are v.ell '.vay. The- students fitr the papcis fair, and few (allures are expected. .Grade have six stu- H bavo live studenlg. Grade 10 have twenty b-tuUonts. Crade 9. Thirteen have already promot- ed. Grade S forty-une students, making a total of eigLiy-ave. There has u spleudiil rain .in Plncher Croek nnd district this nftcr- EVIDENTLY A BAD Jui: tho Edmont' ditions iu tho v.-ind-bloviu area and to the agitation for bringin; irrigation There is something of the "golden to a head to remedy the situation, it j site" c! opportunity which the setec- appears that It is mere concerned over! tion of Sau Francisco for the holding the "disagreeable publicity" which, it: (K- ihe Dercocratic Convcnticn assumes, will those parts of thei sugsot.s. Province which havo been In not .belns In similar pligat. U It wculd be intercstins to knon jus j----- Iu her opening ivciarks Nurse Church and aro specially hostile- to Morkiu stated that never before was Maurice Maeterlinck, Belgian ramatiBt. bora in Ohenl, 1S6I. 6. From a noted friendly chief of tbe Delaware nation named Tammany who had been canonized by the sol- of tbo Revolution as the patron names this "disagreeable publicity" j what Ottawa intends doing iu tho mat- as tbo bes: argument in favor of sov-jter of the natural resources for the crnment aid to the irrigation project western provinces before Parliament in the vicinity of Lclhbridgc. I prorogue. In c-f the veneer of felf-icturcs'. In, the arsument which the Jourcal puts tor [lie need or satut of America. It was organized so much Attention paid to tho preven- tion of disease as there is now. Somo ways of preventing disease: 1. have plenty of good pure air from which tbc lungs can ge'. ihe oxygen. 3. Bath the body well with uranu water and soap so that the pores will keep open to permit the impurities to for social and benevolent purposes j cscape. 3. Drink plenty of water. 1. but always, had a political di It was formed' in New York counterweight to the so- jjoriaa "showed how the bed should character, jcare well for the With a bed >rk city in., ano a it, Nurse Swings for_ the kiidlcf. with other :ovcrn- appliances for play in which they de- iiicniul action hi iar. matier of Irrlgu-t ilghf iu. should bo EUfiicieut. to swine j tion. tliero f'a notiiiug to bo said i popular sentiment to swell tho pro-i against it, if it bad remained at tbut. j i-ctils o' the Tag Day on Saturday; Uut the Journal coniinui-a vritti following. "Tbe tragedy of the situa-1 [ion I? ihi'.t the sottlers' 11 appears to bo doubtful whether n the district affected ttook vis lacd! M.-.Mc.Vdpo will allow bio uame Io so Iliere againii: tlic .-.uvice ef all who! before Ibo Democratic Convention In called "aristocratic" Society of tho Cincinnati kncjw bit-lory and had no San Francisco. What Mr. McAdoo will Interest of ibeir own io serve. It or not do is a matter of Interest most aggravating to have Ihe wliolc prejudiced because of such a piMT. of iTOicusablc folly." The only ejcuse fcr tbe peevishness of the MmoDt'.'U paper In the "most ag- nravatins" nature of the situation, as it sees it, is that ihe cold fastnesses cf ttia north have frozen all the warmth of human sympathy in it. It al ;hc present time. A Miss Duller, who coming to Can- ada to wed changed her mind on the boat in that she preferred sweetheart Xo. whom she met while she was crossing, is not aiiowcd to enter Canada. Uy this it should he estab- lished that Canada is tho home of tho (Conticaed From Front Page.) be'Died to bathe a patient and also bow to batho one confined to tho bed. Then we were shown how to put on tho draw-sheet nud to make the cloth ing at foot, of ted comfortable a neal [fold at bottom of covers gives tho j extra room needed for the patient's feet. Then a short talk on care of tcelh, ear, eyes aud throat were given Wo were shown to mako a sub up of praclical men to -whom he bad for a rubber air rest for the .has hc-veino cold-blooded in Ihe pro- true love and not of the fictile of cess, and Hk? r.omo superior society [heart. That Crossing was a. real case dame whose feelings have been ruBicd I of love being crossed, V by someihmg wbiclj disturbs- berj. dignity it exclaims "It is Stick to your l particijmlion don't you know.'.' -ficaics' IS'the'.b'cst- 'advice Ihat'the in- c dividual get after the re. wel! to ask the JEdnTon-' cent esperienco'W tHo large numbers ivho !he bavo hands at five cents. If it been oil certificates for sbares held one. could understand the aniiety.-of holders to'get IL be ton Journal parlies ere tvho .the settlers ia-tio Loliil-ridse Xorlhern irrigation area 101 to take up land there.- never dictated as to how they should carry on the business of tho board. No report of the amount of wheat and flour had been made, but Sir George said that comparatively little of the 1919 wheat crop remained to he disposed of. Tho resolution wa's adopted and the hill based on it was given first rcadtes. Meighen on Wheat Control OTTAWA, June the de- bate on the Canadian Wheat Doard in house yesterday. Hon. Arthur leighen staled that it Canada threw ft its wheat control and the Buro- ean buyers got together to purchase anada'a crop, tbe small farmer could ot afford to let his wheat lie in the lelds and a reduction was inevitable. Government selling would ho infinitely etler able to meet such a condition ban the individual .effort and it was with this situation in mind that the rovcrnment wants to be in a position o meet it. He ridiculed the idea that tbe wheat board bad cost the'con umcr anything like forty cents a hushd on two dollars a barrel on Sour who tno farojcrs are who setfled in them, even for a nickel, bill the -wheat tho disircr. in spile cf this advice. History ti'lls another tale. There fanacr.j were cucouri-sed to come on i tbe land. The r.v.olr; machinery of the Dominion GoS-ernmc.it, ttic Provincial GcTtrLnient. ard ihe C.P.il.. acting 03 a culcniiatioa agency, was used to hriap teiiler- iiti-e. So far as warn- ing WOOL it was al! the other way; these men told of the rich pessi- blllLka of the country in the immigra- tion pciicy entered iuto. The tract of country T.-as a homestead area, and to msks it fu-.'tht-r attractive for settlers tho put forre OD September 1st, IMS. To; bccit this part of tbe country the Dry' Congress was held iu ?.ai tciij was subsidired in part by the dominion and Provincial Govern- ments. In tnis very district, which the warned." C. S. Noble in 1016, right in the heart of It. uroke the world's record In the quantity of wheat raiser! en a thou- sand acre bloci, which, for the edifica- tion of the Kdmontoa Journal, we may stale was iiusbels, an aver- age of bushelji per acre. That was made the very most of by the authori- ties fcr attracting settlers to the dis- trict. It was largely used, no! only Ihen but eren now. as shown In the pamphlet issued this year by th3 Alberta Government. In the faco of all that bir, been die ned into their cars, can even the Edmonton Journal or any other rea- sonable orsan or person blame tho tannsrs who took up land in the dis- trict whero tho recent soil-drifting took Can it reasonably be as- sumed Ibat the farmers were guilty of "ineictjfable Thiy went on .the land In tho lull belief that tbe land was all that was good for farming, as told them by responsible authority. 'Could they bare douo otherwise? If (hero is any Inexcusable folly, it Is shown In tbe foolish uoeubsian- tlattd observation j the Edmonton Journal so callously makes. certificates are of 'a different order. If the statement of the Calgary Al- bertan is "correct it would apyear thai tht'C'onservalives of tho Province arc endeavoring- to make ..some capital o. Premier Stewart's statements in the present irrigation problem. To plav politics, if such Is intended, would be a serious blunder. It is not a n.ues lion ef politics al the present but one of economic necessity hp.rd pan business. Urn and The question brought up by. Dr Taylor at the meeting of the trustee the 1'ublic; Schools Beard, in thi natter o! the examination of pupil returning to. tiie schools after ai oWo through ill health where medical attendance has been given n DOI the least important of the taal ters which the Board has had Io de'a lib of late. The Mcrtlcal Office showed a keen sense of tho respoas bility ot his olftce in bringing the ma tcr to tbe notice of the Heard. uck toy taking absorbant cotton am naklng a large ring then winding with bandage. A was "mad imitarlr. Xurso Horkin nl tho close f her demonstration asked for ques ions and many took advantage his to get some little problems in are of the sick solved. At tbe close of tho address refresh mcnts were served. The annual Institute ficnic will b held en July litb. Ful notice later. Susan's Visit." the play pu on Winnifred Ladies' Aid las Saturday night in the l.O.O.F. hall lere was preseulcd to" a large and u Calgary Et-heol by an aulop.iobllo driven by J. H. Drown, of tbc who Uter surrendered himself to I police, and was given ball, beiug charged with ru lleer io excellent for (he teeth, ai-- i cording to Dr. J. Sim Wallace, tettur- t-r oil dental surjjerv at tho London Pullau. a Hamilton yardencr. fell hospital. U cleanses tho mouth far dead on his way homo from work. j than such beverages as cocoa 'and i-hocolate. The best mouth wash A. Walker dropped dead 0( ttn is champagne, while entering his daughter's home iu Belleville. TJIB. uTIY MAX Rev. Dr. John Forrest, former presi- dent of Iho IValhouslo University and an ex-moderator of thu Presbyterian general assembly, died at bis home! in Halifax. i i Charles Aldea, a R.C.-M.P. officer.' was found dead In a foot, uf water in a cellar of 1m home iu Ue- glna. believed io have been' caused by heart failure. j -very year that uuless govern- ments provide some irrigation scheme arming operations may as well be iuspcnded and the land revert back o the steers and tbo bufialo. The armers do net' ask tor charity, only practical scheme for wbicb they viil be willing to pay.' HEROIC SACRIFICE IS pEMEMBEREt) BY MONUMENT SIpXTllEAL, June Ihe pres- ence of direct descendants of Dollard and the members of the .Ittlo band who, 260 years ago, sacrI- Iced themselves at Long Sault to de- 'cnd Montreal from the Indians, a statue was unveiled tc Dollard in La- !onlBtno Park today. The unveiling was dono by Marcel DC Vernueilj act- The Saskatchewan government ex pcnded Iu an effort to 1m prove the accouslic uropertieS-of tho assembly chamber iu the parliament' building. Vivian 11. Steelc, brother of tbo Uiio ity of Mafor-Genera! Sir Sam Steels, died In ,s. It 'Ottawa. IJe was 74 years of flge and lutil recently was connected with the department of marine and Gsherios. Wltb final entries closed on June 1. j total of 151 rural municipalities and auto clubs have .entered the road- dras 'competition tor 1920. under the auspices of the Saskatchewan depart- ment ot hlgbways: Joseph Kennedy, less than' Iwo years of age, was drowned nt Battle- ford in tbe Saskatchewan river. The little tot was playing near the bank, fell In, and before assistance could reach him ho sank into several feet of water. Bessie McGill, 10 years old. waE run down'und.fatally Injured In front of ing consul-general Canada. of Franco iu ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS -Are Sold at "Factory to Home" Prices You save money because wo nave twenty direct factory stores in Cauadn. Ask for fitylu Booklet. HIITM The, actual cost had been. er of one cent a bushel and it was un leniable that private handling of- thi crop would not have been anything ss near as cheap. The minister pointec out that western fanner-organizations as well as the Canadian Council -of AEricuUurp bad all asked for govern-j ment control in case cf' necessity and closed by condemning Hon. T. A. Cre- rar and olhers of tho fanners1 party 'or tardy support io the government n passing farmer legislation. Crerar Replies Mr. Crarar after expressing regret that Jlr. Meighen bad wasted ao much time in criticism of himself and his party, expressing 'bis' opinion that it would do no harm to give tho govern- ment the powers asked be was, strongly opposed to any per- manent policy of wheat control, but in view of tho unstable European condi- tions, it might be wise to grant to tbe government the power to continue the wheat board if necessary. He had been ono of tne supporters of the gov- ernment when it first took control of wheat and he thought that tho wheat beard bad justified its expenses. It bad been suggested, said Mr. Crerar, that tho continuation of the board was .eutlvc audience. AH those taking part in the play took their parts splen- didly. Mrs. I. Freeman playing the roll of "Aunt Susan" would have been hard to excel as in dress, Inanner and voice the part was played, .illss Caldcr "Mrs. eicellently reurcsentcd the mother who Is anxious that the daughter should marry'well and that they as family, should be ahlo to move among tho people who have plenty of means stylish. -Mr, W.-O. Long, as "Mr. Tibbs" was splen- did as was also Miss' Nesbitt, tbo younger daughter Bowormau the elder daughter c.who like he! mother was very anxious to mingle with the wealthy stylish class. Mrs 1. A. Larsen as Miss, Wiser received reat applause when she aslted Mr 'ibbs' advice re matrimony in which ne of our bachelors: was named as he husband to Others taking lart were Mr. C. A. Larsan, Mr. H. La tlarsh, Mrs. Angle, and Mrs. Burcb, ind nil took their parts well. Mrs. as. Larsen was accompanist for "Mrs. Bowerman when she sang "Jeru- and other selections which were so well received. The proceeds f tbe play was ?7S.40, so financially it was a great success. Sunday was Children's Day and It was obEerved at the United Sunday school. Several pretty plants bright- ened up the frcnt of the platform while the primary class seated on the ilatform made for cheeriness and leauty.. Several musical numbers and recitations were given by tho pupils which were well received, Sunday afternoon tbe U.F.A. bad their service in tbe l.O.O.P. hall. Rev. V. M. Gilbert gave a .very interesting Io London, Ont., slaved In Bow Island last tiisht. They are making tho trip in a Iteo automobile. Mr, H. Palcrson arrived in tovfn Monday night from I.useland, Sask.' Mr. and Mrs. A. D. llolte. were Modi clno Hat visitors on Monday. Mr. and .Mrs. A. P.-Wcrls motored to-tbo Hat Monday afternoon. Tho Orango lodge met in regular meeting last night In iheir new quarters. Mr. Feme is putting on ona of bis series of sale's commencing Saturday, Juno 26th, aud lasting thir- teen days. Don't forget Cnautauflua, July 5, 6, 8, 3, 10. Mr. and Mrs: Shovralter, on Tuesday, June 7th. at Mrs. Allen's maternity borne, a son. A daughter was born Io Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Westlind on Wednesday, June 16th. Ciovcrnov Ccolldge, tliG Republican nominee for Vice-President, spoke' words of (ruth anil common sensa when in addressing a graduating class al Worcester, .Mass., ho Bald "Unless rrcperly owners have proper safe- guards transportation would cease-, in- dustry would shrivel up, property be lestroycil ami all incentive to effort (jerisb All our freedom comes from support of tho constituted authority." If any comment Is needed ou tbcso j words, which apr-ly to Iho pcor man 1 equally with t'uo rich, who owus! property, it is that there soouM have' been tbe need for proclaiming what i anjone who is in tlie lesst Ibcuglitfui! or reasonable must apprehend is a! palpablo trulij. .No doubt, the re- perturbed orcr "diaagrceablo It should desired by Mr. Jleigben In order to make himself a little more- popular with the farmers of tho west, a sec- tlon-ot tho country whore Ibo minister was becoming unpopular. Mr. Crerar wished to know why the legislation introduced provided that the opera- tions of the wheat board should ter mlnate the day dfler tbe close of the next session of parliament. Maul fOBtly they should terminate at end of the grain year which was Au giisl 31. If tbo government pasBE( the bill In Its pretent form. It woul bave to amend it at tbo nett session to continue the wheat board until afte August 31, 1S21. Women's Brogues A Good Brogue is Economy. You can. nave a summer's wear in a good comfortable shoe, an'd by the addition ot n pair of spats in fall have u cool wealher shoe. 1-ook these, over, they are fashionable and serriceablo, Widths A to C. All Sizes. Price ASK TO BE W. J. Nelson Co. SHOES FOR FITTED SHERLOCK ALL AGES MANITOBA FLAX BRINGS 810 PRICE1 Given Good Poinls on Hygiene (l.v Speaker at Women's: Inslilule. Trfira OD- Owr CorresoOTiderU! BOW ISMXD, June Wctl- WIXNIPEO, June fibre, i nrs'l.iy evtnlng (be Wlnnifrfil base- grc'.vn nnrl tnnntifai-lnreil ir. Manitoba.! ball (cam came up tc [low lilainl and 13 tcnnis for per Ion on Iliu fih> ioral team market in llolgiuiji. according to i in .1 til-, the score bcinc 11 Informntiou jiiven :o .1. IT. io 11. ii'; Ai'I mot nt the of Mn, M. Schni'.cr; fin Thars- deputy miiiiritoj- of agriculture. The1 flax tvas grown at Cerniriejoiir, Man. Of RAILWAY BOARD TALK STRIKE w.v allcnil TORONTO, June Ontario! hers ami also several' Hoard met in camera today and discussed tlie atreet ralln-aymcnV. filrike here. No decision was reach- ed, according !o a statement banded bite Wnsed 1! Jong ago and out by Chalfaian Mclntyro. Yhtrc of mem- visitors. Ar- address. A special feature of the meeting were two solos aang by. Miss Xcvers of Winnipeg, now visiting with her parents, Mr, and Mm. A. K. Nevers. Hegular service was hold In St. An- drew's church en Sunday night, Ihe Rev. V. M. Gilbert taking for bis tub ject "Christ as buman.also Divine" and showing by the bibje that he was both. After the service the Sacra- ment of tho Lord's Supper was admld- istcred. Miss I. N'ovcrs, In ber sweet melodious voice sang, "Teach mo to Pray" during tlie regular service. This song was greatly appreciated by till. Mr. Harris of Oricn addressed Quite a large crowd of U.F.A. workers In the i.O.O.K. hall ycttcrilay afternoon. Mr. Harry Grigaby's parents from Sheldon, Iowa, aro visiting their eon anil his wife. i Mr. P. La Marsn was a business visitor in town last TbursdaV- Miss (Nnrael Mcrkln WHS a guest at Mrs. Ludtke's home last Saturday. Miss Dcuoon. Lctfcbridgo was a guest at tbe borne of Mra. B. A. Ncvcra st wcek-eud. Van AU-ie. Seven Persons Is visiting with lier sun. Mr.'T. Ingolrlauy ami wife Mrs. tjdioitert with olilldrcn from Kitchener. U.C.. who is vIsltinK her parent.-. Mr. and Mrs. I'. La Marsh of Winnlfred was calling on frU-nds liere yesterday. .Mr. nm! Mrs. llcaly !iavc inovoil Irom now Isknid. Mrs. Hcaly anil Iho II.IVL: gone cast to Uelroit, Michigan, Tli'.v deunrim'Miliil csam.s for tlio Saturday evening concert look up tbc greater pan of the meeting. Two names to the nicniljerslilp roll. It win ilrcicl- cd to meet al ihe ol Mrj. 0, Moiiilay nnd pui'ila froin oul- sid'j here. Tbc Prjr.cipnl, Mr. lias gone 'o Orasty l.Tprosiilo at the exams while tho Grassy Lake principal Is here, Mr. and Mrc. Clinton wllb son. who aro cu rvutc fruin Calif., When You Go On Your Holidays Take Several Pairs of YOU will be very glad you did, when you wear your Fleet Foot oxfords in the slip on Fleet Foot pumps for the dance in the Fleet Foot boots for tennis, golf or a tramp through, the country. It is sound economy to have, several pairs of Fleet Foot, for they coat no more than a single pair of leather shoes. Wear Fieet Foot all summer; in town as well as on your holi- days, They arc easy and and sensibly economical. There arc sizes for men, women and every sport and recreation, as well as for every-day wear. Fltei root Shoes art Dominion RubbtrSyitem rioducti The. licit Shoe Stores Sell fleet toot L ;