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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBRALD. T^TONDAY. MARCH 29. 1921) X.\-pcdioncy of the occasion. In the policy ot allowing tlio t'tiltau to remain in Constantipople aii'l the Turk in Europe appears the solution ot an interimtional problem on inai-tical lines. So far as being a power tor evil. Turkey by the l\,.ce Treaty has her claws cut and is impotent for the manufacture of miscliiet. Tbe Dardanelles and the Bosphorus ar" placed under Allied control. Constantinople is under the thumb ot tlie .Vllles and under the watch and ward of an Allied fleet. The Sultan and Constantinople are under surveil lance. The policy adopted towards Turkey 1. TODAY'S OUE^TldNS What i,^ a "perfect numbwr?" J. Wliat duos postpuuiUK dccUioo or ai'tion lo the Orcck caloiida mean? ;i. What was a "whipping hoy"? I. What Is the origin of tho barb-er'.s pole and what do the designs on it iiulii'iite? Who origiiiaied tho oxproesion Almighty Dollar"? Wbat i.s tho Achlllos' tendon? rbe (J. SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS !, Wbat are Ice saints? J. W!iy are mince pies a.ssoclstcd witli llie Christmas season? .;. How comes O, K. to stand for �'all correct"? 1. Wbat is "pudding time"? .�>. What was Mnaon and Dixon's l.iueV li. llow did the term "buncombe" or "bunkuin"origlnate ? Eureka Municipality Farmers Are up in Arms 0 r Action of Council No Aid Provided For Fe�l For Spring. Work-Wire Edmonton About it public interest. Candidly, we believe that the apathy is only apparent and that if a verdict of popular opinion is taken the big majority would be in favor of having a fair. The present position so far as retards holding a fair appears to be a curious one. The initiative should come, as far as we understand it. from the Agricultural Society which has taken the place ot the old Fair Board. This places a responsibility on the Society which has the charter ot a corporation and is at present in control of the fair buildings. Unless the is that of keeping a dangerous criminal in sight and under guard. Ills powers for evil are under restraint. l-Ceeping the Turk where he is. with his influence tor evil narrowed and. accordingly. minimized constitutes the better policy ratlier than letting him loose Into Asia where it would be difficult to watch him so closely as under the recent policy. It is better that the "Sick man of Europe" should he under the eye of the The decision as to Turkey constitutes further to amplify the regard i in which British rule has come to be j held. In it there is a consideration ANSWERS 1. Tliose whose days fall on U'liat is calleil "the hlacktlioru w-inter." that is the second week in .May. between till' mil and l-tlh. L' I'.'mblemi'.tical of the manger in wliicti Christ was born. The pastry over the "offering" was originally ni;nle in the torn; of a cratch or hayrack. ;!. Orl korroet. An Artemus Ward way of spelling "all correct." 1 .fust, as dinner is going to begin. Orr forffatheis took their pudding he- I foie thei- meat. Also means in the ( Hid; of tune. .'i. The southern boundary line wiiicb separated the free state ot Pen-nsylvi.nia from the slave states of .\Iarylanil and Virginia. So called a:ter the surveyors. Charles Mason and .leromlah Dixon. n. Originated in the American Congress when the "Missouri Question" was being discussed. Felix Walker, Con.gressmnn from Buncombe County,. North Carolina, persisted in making a speech when the House was impatient to vote. When implored to desist he declared that ho was only talking for Buncombe. Society steps out and delegates its authority to another body, matters for 1 getting a fair under way cannot be started. The Agricultural Society, so far as wc are aware, Is not stirring itself over the question of a fair. At least nothing has been heard from it. It Is time that the silence should be broken. If it considers that a fair is impossible, then it is only reasonable that it should step out and allow another body to take its place with the intention of making a fair materialize In Lethbridge this season. What the city should have is an agricultural fair based on agricultural lines, with the main idea of attracting and holding the interests ot the farmers in the district. We do not think that this aspect of the fair has been given the prominence it deserves in fairs heretofore held. There has been too much of an insistence and too much of a concentration on outside attractions with the idea of "appealing to the gallery." and the true meaning and essence of a fair have been thereby lost. Under the circumstances it Is not surprising that so far as a financial venture, with the big outlay made on thene attractions, the fairs held should not have proved suc-ceaaea. I There is sonietliing more needed in I To the above Mr. a fair, it it is to answer its true pur- i adds ihe following : under the British flag who will view as an act akin to sacrilige the removal of the Padishah, as the Sultan is regarded, from his traditional head quarters. Tho logic of the policy in dealing with the future of Turkey is with Mr. Lloyd George. (Special to The Herald) tJHASSY L.AKK, March 27.-Feed or no feed Is the burning question In Grassy Lak," was still boing inculcated Into the minds ot Ihe young," said .Mr. Irvine, whereas the interests of civilization demand that things must change. Ill conclusion. Air, Irvine pleaded for cooperaiioM. and organization into a doiniiiioii-wido group. In fact, tho wlude address supported tho group systiMu ms championed by Pros. Wood of the r F.A. Ho said that the farm-(?r� as; a class if they organized prop- His Majesty's Court Room Scene of Rough and Tumble Melee; Queen, Ivens, Pritchard, Armstrong, Johns Guilty of Seditious Conspiracy. WINNIPEG, March 27,-Alderman John Queen, William Ivens, W. A. Pritchard. R. J. Johns and George Armstrong, leaders in Winnipeg's general strike of last summer, this afternoon were convicted by the assize court jury of seditious conspiracy on account of their actions in connection with the strike. They also were convicted of having committed a common nuisance. R. E. Bray was found not guilty of conspiracy, but guilty ot committing a nuisance. Alderman A. A. Heaps wa.