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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta HAUIJ TUX IMII.V MARCH She letbbdbge aibcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY T f: Proprietors and THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIFTED IN fth Street South, W. A. Buchtnaa PrMlflent and Manages Business Jiwnage TELEPHONES lUilntM Office Office................ 122 ever untrue it mighl For vhw ll'.s blatant element of the nation are to bUwe and they, in the toolifh action they are pursuing, cannot earn and I itu noi d'.'eervt? nf ihe of1 I ibeir countrymen iu the Heiniblic, The Chicago'Tribune takes lip t j plrn'Of OH beJiJilf Admiral ami {it is doing the right and lionet whew it says that "when Admiral Sims joists upon-'the truth and thereby en- clangers our complacent theory thai I ilif British navy iell in wvokly behind jihe Americans, April 17. i and that tht Latter threw up the ypi'nsn after toe marines captured Belleau he is no', doing a popu- I lar thing, but he is performing p. very t mi port a m public service for whirh Civilians, ai leaai. should thank hitij. "It the tneji who went through the DoY ou Know? war in responsible ilovru to their TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1 What wfts the flm book printi t'unadtv ami v.heu U vmMtshei What is catgut; v 'i, What is iht? Vaut 4. What wns tlu1 i'ui 5. What is the "Hiy of 6. What arc lYCAUiit'd Itie WEDNESDAY'S QUESTION'S 1. What is the origin of the cxpr ion -kilJed by 'J. Who wtis IV-jiiU'l 3. What are Irish it price is? 4. When ami frotu vliaj points t he Jim? G. Who were T 0. VThai ".Mtuis ANSWERS 1, Originated from o. tho Athenian It ihar he met "hla delivered a typical speech, ing the difficulty of controlling tho liimor traffic, Sml said tbal press aseut said to him that his company couU ship thousands of dolors .iu gold to Ixnidou in charge. nnJ lht> sold vrouM arrive safely. if tlwy wanted to ship a bottle of liuuor to Gleichen. they would have to put four muu lo guard it, and then the clittuces are Dial ihu bolt la would nut arrive. Tho tlttli-1 fully was tho dHiereiu altiUulo ot the' mind tinvun) enforcing the liquor law and hiwn against other of- fenses, Mr. Weir said he hud been one ol thtf frlrongtist critics ot lUe oi the last session for noi enforcing tho lauuur He lu-lieved. however, Kl Mint lite Koverumcnt hnd made an boa- j osi effort to enforce the act and saw o( this in tho appointment i.f AUreJ Cuddy commissions! of ovincial police, :i nuui of the high- iutexrity and ono of ihe Mtmber Audit Bureau of Circulation Subscription Dally, delivered, per week .....I .la F hid. either dellrered. per year j ,0 miULSier Dally, by mail, per .......5.00 Weekly, by mall, per year......1.59 by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 ol expiry ot subscription daify on adilres? tobel. Accept- of papers after eiptration date U our authority io tie auk- successors erroneous j _...... .....___ rtcords ot their exvcrJence and through his popularity, beJug iinuih- ueucf coneliisioiii drawn trota them. I ered while ftt a tltciitre by ihr; inun- ber ol cloah-; showered uu JjJni by spsi-iiiiors. i. A uuiii, bqrn ai .Margaret's Leicester. 1TTO, (iied fie wL'igiK'd puutids. Tlie waistcoat ho generaHy wore lioM wiUiin j( nhen huitoned eleven young iii'-ri t'oUtical cliotioas bsfpre he I it ucpleassm truihs are individuals ur national fatso pride, shflll duo time pay a heavy price our rnouieniary indtiigencL'. Official reports are couleur de rose. 7hejp are Dot critical document.-. fflRtGATION AT HENDERSON PARK We have referred lo ihe policy of tree planting in Henderson Park, wiih object of making what it should be irt the interests of the city and the Head ;Uoao, thov do not produce knowledge fit to build upon. On the contrary, they tend to fortify iho mlftiikos and fallacies of tlm past. A strong dose of t-midor would do ihe public and likewise tUe experts, gcn- erals and admiral good. It might y the palate. It great deal yt- unpleasant rtainly would g ood for the services and lor the a's patriotic as any other American in- siituiioii. and h place? Admiral Sims' position correctly when in ashing lor him a full anil fair more, the nation's thanksr it says. "Ho has shewn a moral courage awl men. He is performing a duty as ser- viceable as it is unpleasant. He makes himself the target every official who finds his mistakes or misdoings 1 danger of exposureP and, what is much more serious, he offends the par- tizaashln anrt even the pairioiistu of of the people of Ms Iowa, and the citizens. It lyoultl appear from a com- itional constitution." inimication received from Superintend- j Tbo Chicago Tribune may be regartl- ent Kcirfteld cf the perl mental j eil to be just as American and just Farm, after he had read tho views ex- pressed by the Herald, that there is much Ibat :he city can do in A policy in regard to Henderson Park on :hu lines indicated. Mr. Falrffeld writet at follows "The people in the district have been talking, thinking and some have even j been dreaming irrigstlon for the past year or two. Why not have more irri- gation at Henderson Park, We have learned by experience that trees will not grow rapidly, and In many cases not live, without irrigation. The suggestion was mJide several years ago that a .smalj ptimp, operat- ed by an electric motor, could be in- stalled on the north shore of the with a low pressure pipe laid to tho high' ground 'between the street car track and tlie late jusl north of Bat- tery Point. The electricity used to operate the pump would be taken during the day T7Lcr; lliO peak load is off. and tho small amount required would scarcely be felt at the powerhouse, With this water for irrigation, any trees out would not only be saved, but rapid growth could be assured. The land, fis has been pointed out, ia in a good slate of cultivation. Lois of trees are available and a fevr clumps of our fine, broad-leafed native poplar wouM soon l. Nov. '-till, 1SOS. From Montreal iy Quebec. Those who before Ihe or tuc Reform Hill, in lS3i. claimed a vote because they Imd boiled their own pot in the parish tor six motilhs. joined the polk1 Differs With Running Mate Ho filtered wiUi Mis, view that ulien tbt- paopls lor Uie Liquor Act iluii they were liquor' a a u beverage. Klwc-, he 'asketl, how was it that the act had contained sec- lions permitting a citizen to Keep a of spirituous or a gallon of malt liquor iu his home. That vras- a weak- ness of the original act that he Viad pointed out a; tbe time ,11 was pro- ed. The fact ot the matter was t pecnlo n'ho has) supported the becnuEe they were against the An _ohl-fashlcmed of artil- _ lery in the castle of Scot- land. made at MOBS. iConimued crotn amendment'io the Liquor Act to lighten U up. Wainwriflht Resents Attack Captain G. K. Hudson the lirat speaker of tho afternoon, strongly defended his homo patriotism wblcli deserve the highest! ngalbn aspirations cast ou it in a la'ter quoted bv Mrs. McKmnev yes- proiieaiKf appreciai.c.., of Ins country j ,be elfcct ttat ,iqilj- was iiold freely in Wainwriglu ami gambling was prevalent. He denounc- ed ihe writer of'tlie communication for not having made complaint to Ihe local authorities it such was (Le case. He denied ihal Uie conditions allegea true, praised ttie law-abiding ICKED UP IN FOR Taf UAH Needed for Local Improvement Pack-Pressing j Claim in Edmonton John Ktejulng bus lived all his life lu Torcnto died at the age ol Slo waa-e'iuploysd aa IM collector. fFrorr: Our Own CorriStwndeBU RAYMOND. March Mayor pack Is in KdoioiJtofl prefsiug the claims of tha toivii .for iucreascil borron-liig wi-rs for the purpose of raisins money to carry out a f pavings 1 program tlilj spring and summer. gron-Jh ami of fiio toivu demands tills Iniprovcmeut without further- .delay, especially since Ihfl locating hero of Ihe School of ture. This inmii is expected to carry n-elghl u-ith iht- Kovfcrnment. If Hie paving is done a private bill must be passed by tlio legislature. Tuls means a suspension o! rules as the proposed bill not fllert at (lie time by It can, how- ever; bo passed ff the government fee! A fiiio 100 was lutllcted O rence E. Sylvester for lorsius a pro- scrlptioa- in Toronto. It Is rumored In St. Thomas that Sit Adam Ile'ck will contest West Klgin for a House, seat Iu Hie Provincial disposed to action, and Mayor Pack ivtism seen just prior to his de- parture ,for tba capital seemed quite optimistic over Hie chonces ot sue- cess. It the bill Is bar. felt that they ivcro now beins measurcably infcen advantage of iu amendments wlil'-li accoilnlcd for town increased tlie lack ot nublio supimrt in Ks.en- forccuienl. lie just n-omlercd whether; the legislators were not gettiuB a little ls provniiiiK the ahead o[ public Piiinioii. Get After Bootleggers Mr. suggestion of immediate medied for enforcing the act was Cbathani Chftinber of C'oHUue'rco a resolution urging tho Cov- ernmeut all Hearst 'ue' Pire two stoics owned by n.. J, Cayusa, and ihe loss is estimated.' at with uo iusur- Aid. frank O'Brien, wil! reaigii, a gracecy store iu Staffa, and will, be moving there about April let. Judge CoujsliUn' set March t5th as Ilio date for: the'trial of H. Carroll, charged with-attenipting to rob Uie homo o! A.'Stode, Sandwich. A thief threw a large stone through appolaUne la prlcf a obtained, raug- Ine only from lo ?88, ThU Is the (Irst time these were cold the Mou. treat (ur auction sale. Assistant Commissioner John Qtbbon o( Ins Royal Canadion Mount- ed Police, win retire to civil lite, on April 1st ot this MM. J, M. Copporthwdite, Kltchenei-. wlio Weut through a form of marrlaga with F. Gorman while her bunbaud was overseas, pleaded fullty. to bigamy, remanded for sentence. I'osing as old frleuSa, three bandits entered tlio hoiac ot Charles Sicvens, In Uctrolt, backed Stevens against a wall and relieved him of a diamond ring valued at JIM) and IUOO from a dresser drawer. The death has taken place at Dun- dela, township of MaleMa, Ont., of Charlotte B. Ixracki, relict ol Peter Binpey. both pioneer settlers life-loug residents of.Dundela, Shu was eighty-three years of and was a direct ot the lale John Chr.vsler, of "Chrysler's Farm." such part of the public as likes to think America faultless and infallible. The jingoes are always the defenders of incompetency, and bad policies arn always best hid by' arousing emo- tions of blind pride and patriotism." The sentiments apply to nations in general. GREAT BRITAIN AND THE EXCHANGE csty and efficiency of the town olEi- ctals. and declared that it was these Kind o! charges that were bringing the temperance people into disrepute. Incidentally, Captain Hudson that, in his opinion, the government, notulths'anding Ihe difficulties of en- to place the trial of bootleggers and illicit Hijuor Oistillerd in lUe Supreme t'ouri, provide jnil sentences for them without the option of fines, and lashes lor ciiose who solJ any alcoholic pro- duct io minors. reference to tightening up the Liquor Act by cutting down the num- ber ot prescriptions allowed physi- cians- to 25 each n. mouth, and the number of ounces they could prescribe at one tiniti'to eight, -Mr, Weir asked: "If you can't set the act enforced with 40 ounces and 150 prescriptions, how do you expect to it with S ounces nncl 25 What People Voted For Dr. Stanley then bunched his attach on the governmcnV prefacing it with ihe flat declaration that there was no sanction of the, legislature is behind the proposal. The hay situation is stitt acute here. Prices arc soaring and it is nesl to impossible to get feed at any price, the approach, ot spring work ihe situation increases in gravity. For- tunate is the farmor who has a gas Tractor tins spring. There is some liay in the district still in tho stack but much of this was sold last fall for spring: delivery. Sheepmen bought np' considerable hay from local grow- ers for the lambing season, cud while they may Nave some to sell later they are afraid to release it now, UiiUer prices are going up and milk is hard to get as many of tlie farmers aro be- ing forced to eitter soli thctr stock or quit milking them. Never before has the Raymond district witnessed feed shortage. Uishop Anderson, oC Cnrdston, form- of Raymond, is "Inspected home use beating -around. y the particular. The wish is too often the lather to the thought in the case of those who unduly and occasionally a good deal of mischief it, caucrrl UK-reby, From tho cock-a-lioop uiUMmrc'v and (jcnliinonls of some Americans in regard to America's part in war (here la a likelihood of tho whole Am-j erlcan imtlon being judged, which Is nciiher fair to the Americans OB a It. W. has whole nor altogether honest opinion manapt-r of Uw. plans to solve the confronting the nation. Labor'dh.ptifw are not at an end in the United Kingdom, hut progress has bcon made toward a constructive solu- tion of the problem of tin- relation of cftpUHl and Aniurfcan jirotiuc- yr.i rannol safely tJiAt Uic> will be- pet better sil3nteO us heir Uriiish tendeil to abolish rhe bar antl a ninn who thought tic hail to have some liquor to a in his j house. They thoiighi iliat the i govf-rnrueiit prorido moans tif i ihpsf) giittiMt; liriuor in a Infill way acting sneak thieves ML getting it on doctors' .Ntf.cirf :lin; ihe Rovornnu-nl llqunr tllrvftHv tliroiigh vendors, in clinrgi! of vendor h fairest Jem-j rnmk t'nat Uicy rrnrlrl Mofu-i; hiuis-olf per roiMlly ro be a prohibit ion iM. Dr. Supports Resolution TJortnr T. Hlnw 'McKiurif-y'p rnsolntion, and do- but Uijcl.-ued thai tlio original net pasAod R serious lwo lo was sufficient institute organized in f tfie young ladies ;ts they wore cfiosen out of-over four hunrlrcd tMrs Cjuinn as lit-r week- end guest Mrs. of Warner. J. A. Joclifiin returned from a trip lo Ktilhljrkige on of swtjh. Srrhv-'iirU a 'o Monday to stand tlic Giu-rin trial. A metal culling will he hiillt and tho walls plastered. The wliolo interior and exterior ivill rciirLintcil and de- corated. A moilc.ru system of lighting j will be a prominent feature of the j now edifice, 'i'wo furnaces will heat the building. rrcporaliona are already being j for special Kovvlces iu the churches Kaster Himdny. Tlie apeak- WE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN WESTERN CANADA IN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP.PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND SELL DIRECT TO FARMERS BE. GLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST, AGENTS FOR MINED RdCK SALT A. CARRUTHERS Co., ltd. 595 1251 2nd AVE. S. LETHBR1DGE KEA.D OFFICE; WINNIPEG. iis to i .1. A. Uclnncy of Calgary wns a visitor in during the week. ratiiiilatu fur MIC sovcriiiiii-iit fur pro- Tontlnu din sal" ol itijuor, lint was not Itclug ciifori-nrt. lip doprccaU'd Ihft lioaillon wiiii-ti l.ms liad licon placed in tlie of Jiijuor by "sumo ol !w- Mr. Wni. irrtny aflo Madilen returned on Hal- spending- the week In Mrs, IliineK has been laid tip an attack of tonallllls for the past Mr. Sludolf. Calgary was a visllor In lown on Tuesday. I'fithcr TJiddnealt was a visitor in town on Monday. The Indies' Aid were en- Icrlsinfid Mr. and MaOgo relitrn-1 C'J .'rom a trip to I.cthbrMgo on nesday. ;icliii on the part of Jhoac who so judge, in Otilnriip Win- ter Kalr al (Jnelph, and J. K. tiat it Is opinion forctd un Ihcin bow- foniHjrly .secrolary, has been in houses when want to UFO uml h" liad no tlicm. 3iu ijrocedeeil. liowr-vr, io dn- iilc-ulml as a cxrept wfion in medicinal .said that opium is no: a poison when given In iriodfemal hut doctitrt. wore, nnl at libr-rty to write finely for nimini users, "Farmer Jim's'' Ideas JaliH 3 .1 Nantult, Shoe Fitting No rwo pairs of foet wry H is nocesfiary In filling (Its tu fir. ronUortabic- ititil IJHVC tho SHOE GIVE SERVICE (tiiu Ihe RlujLilil have a knowledge of Ihe fouL as ivcll yn Hflcntifically. "feimhJts stilosinfln to torntn fooV lioubics and aotoct sliuus for you Ihat WILL BE COMFORTABLE, WE KNOW HOW ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES W. J. NELSON CO. ..-SHERUOCK BUILDING We Pay Highest Prices for PELTS AND FURS WE ADVISE YOU TO GET OUR OFFERJ NOW ON ANY QUANTITY. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 4'12 ADDRESS; 320 6th ST. S. P.O. BOX 5 ;