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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY-MKKAl'jJ 31, IWifl She Xetbbtfooe trtbbrttgc, fllberta MiLY AND WECKLY and P.ublkheri THB LETHBfllDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED IKS W. A. Buchtrua and Managing Director John Terra nee Busings Munaga TELEPHONES Office tdltorril Office 1224 Audit Bureau of Circulation! j ioctivi> over tho [Ending of thy jury in Iho Wiunipfg trial, would do well ui seri- ously consider, however much Its Ideas of freedom may be- 'offended, what Is likely to lake plm'O bridled liberty, productive in tho altar- math ol ull the evils of the Winnipeg strike, should be- allowed 10 stall; llirougli tho land without the restraint ol authority. Taking Ihe (Indini; al tha Winnipeg jury with tho findings of Judge Iloli- sou as a context, thi-re is much in Ihj way enlightenment, if prejudices are swept aside. i[ coo! and un- {I'lasscd judgment is allowed to pre- vail. The Commissioner sister thai Ihe of the did not j acquiesce in all tltal was and [done hy the leaders of the strike, a'.id jit was not i-lear 10 wcrkers that j the motive of the radicals was not of obtaining ;he right to a col- Do You Know? TOOAV'S QUESTIONS' j- l. What Is (ho origin of expres- sion "lick into wero t'Mletl a -'.VMIoH jot Gentlemen? a. Who was Mrs. Jellyby? Who ccwposod Ihs National I Autheiu? Wluu is iho Canadian silver coin- f.rst issued? TUESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Wlii'n vras the first earthquake rv'tu-ik'il in Camilla? '2. Ul b-It IUI, uuc u, [11UIILJI ItL'I luia. IL- i 11 is not sentiment, we might here say. the other ,iive jt to lleW at 1 p.m. In the Macleod that a Mr. Murphy -would tnot. caused this-change of mind In -_ tho IncorporatedlSpciety of Accbuiit- anU and Auditors.? Nor was it' Ihe chivalry that raan is accustomed to show (o woman; but the-, recognition of justice in Ihe recognition of merit and ability, even though they showed themselves in a Tlie Monitor woman, refers to tbe long struggle which Miss Harris Smith hart lo gain the recognition she has ob- idvertisiag the benefits of Irrigation A, ,hal ljmfN n slaU.s ]u.t consifleration of Ihe house ami of (he people of Canada. The 1920 Program The program for '1920 as outlined by Dr. Reid, may be Bumhieil up as fol-i friend's In her loss. Th3 funeral s irvic.e j Two weeks ago word was sent to _____M on'Snnday at 1 p.m. In the Macleod that n Mr. Murphy -would j Methodist church and was conduct-1 visit Macleod, or appoint a man loi ed by Mr. Wiggins.' i him. In conversation over Mrs. Neil McKellsr and son, Archie, j tho phone. Mr. Murphy says he '.is returned or, Saturday from a visit to really loo busy to-visit Macleod and; no authority lo appoint son' v.-as i Manv ot these farmers were in EASTER SHOES Oxfords in the latest designs and lasts are m oar stock. You would "do vroll'to look them over early as tlie delivery will be slaw fhi? Ecasou and you may bo later. Some nice fitting black kid. brown kid and patent leather styles in by express this morning. Width AA, A, 11, C ami D. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AGES account of alterations to our windows it -will be Wednes day before we can have these on display. W.'X NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING lows: Xfcw construction in tbe west. I 'on Friday, March 2Glb. completion of branch lines on which i born to Mr. and Mrs. J.' H. Prowse. j Monday, and say that the seed fbonlil i work well under way; in the Mrs. -I. H. Robinson 'n nil Mrs. A. C. bo hauled now, before the voails break. up. as later they will all be busy seert: ing and pieparlnt' the land, Who is, to blame? postporement of important connect-" Uryan leave on Tuesday, March 20tb. ions till the coming of better finan- cial conditions. No more work to bo done on Iho Hudson Hay Railway 'luring the com- ing year. over thirty years ago. Ihe practice of 75 locomotives men engaging in business, In any freight fiO passenger rmsitlerable followed Dr. e i i imsuitTiiuJi' 'liscusMun capacity, was still looked upon with n neM's slatemenl. Two Alberta lo attend tbe Provincial W. M. S. of the Presbyterian Church meeting in Lethbriilgo on Wednesday, ?.lr. Godwin; a returned soldier, ar- rived on Saturday lo take charge of the school at Mount Bulte. The Ladies" Aid of Knox church will to the stranger within oar gales than Ihe sight ot land under irrigation, re- latively speaking, within a stone's throw from tho cily and which to see considerable degree of disfavor, anil I hers. Mr. from 'he government i .lay. April IJth. opening at 3 p.m. At- TiBItors at the present time have lo vilh very pronounced opposition.' side, anil Mr. White, from Ihc lernoon tea will be Bervcil. I mem-! ing hold a sale of aprons anil homo cook- In Ihe G. W. V. A. hall on Satur- __ he Ulten some miles out. w. oman entering upon a business i CM it1 ring upon a the which can be cultivated vocation was regarded as doing some- with profit to tbe city with, the means i vcry much, ollt of tlle 1Isllal> which irrigation affords. These. K and teaching was abjut the only pro- proporly handled, will bring in flnan- she engagc ln as clal proceeds tc- help in beautifying the Park making it attractive of wlrlch there, cannot be a doubt, a surplus loft over for (lie cily'n UBM. It will pay tbe city to have a prac- tical man to supervise Henderson Park in turning its unused acres into profit by, making use of the irriga- tion to which Ihe laml lends itself. the there should be a practical policy of tree planting In .the'way of not beauty merely but, at trees planted In groves of shellerini; shade, and so helping lo attract peo- ple to the Park: An asset ot real worth Is there for the making In Jlennerson Park, ft all depends on practical and enterprising policy, the absence of which only occasions sur- prise when It is noted. ter pf course. For several years before 1SS9, how- ever. Miss Harris Smith had been carrying on Iho work o[ an account- ant, and carrying it on with remark- ablo s.uccess. When, therefore, she sought the recognition of membership from the Incorporated Society, she sought it entirely on her merits as a prnclicing accountant, in making her application. Miss Smith left no doubt on this pcnre. Klic laid her business before Ihc society, shower! exactly Ihc class of work slic was capable of do- ing nnrl Ihc kintl of trust Dial reposed In her. anil. In a character- THE.F.XPE07ED AGITATION The agitation that has arisen In certain ciuarters as the result of Ibe Winnipeg trial may he paid to be only what was lo he expected. Us caiiee Is easily traced to failing lo jilnce in its.proper proportion the gap that Hos between liberty, anrl license. Xfo ono can reasonably object lo the voicing of free opinion, but when It results In such a calamity as the late Winni- peg alrike, It would be well to con- elder the seriously before al- lowing ovc.rhented sentiment to have Us sway. Tho element of what Is de- noted Labor, which has excited itself nssu tlon. both complained of delay in cr-m-J Thn young people of St. Theodore's pletlng lines nut of Krlmonton. >lr. church will holil a dance, with sumper, MrKcnzie, former house, learti-r of the! in the Taber social hall on Wednes- opposition, re-stated his wc'l known j ilny. April ?lh, at ti.Sfl p.m. objection to public ownership. The annual mealing of tbe G. W. SEND BREEDS NORTH i V. A. will take place on Sunday. April Seed wheat anrl seerl oats are nrw coming Into Macleod, anil being tils- Irlbuted among the farmers who re- quire tho same! The wheat la of quality and free from wllrl oats antl other weed seeds, at least Ihe few oars that have bctn received so far. j Union services are being held In Iho Methodist church this Raster' week by the Presbyterian and Meth- odist ministers. r. Blarney of Vancouver. TI.C.. wbo has attended the Agricultural School; in Claresholm Ihe past term, is spend-1 ing Easter week in Mnclend with bis Tn cm VT? rmtX'Trnv niiiJuiunii. TO SOLVE QULSTIOIS j dealt with. The election of officer; and other nunl, Mrs. Grady. Ilo intends to. important mailers of business will be. jlnko up farming, and will locale OF UNEMPLOYMENTl Frank Uoerlns has perfect- PRINCE AI-MKIJT. h j ed an invention suitable for autos or I tractors for getting vapor air from the radiator and taking it in through Ihc carburetor so as to form par! of the combustible mixture. Mr. Dot-ring if i for his production Ibat it will Trt.'ai u MIII.HJII: firraiigem'jiiis can bn made. The lialfbreedH, wiiol have a ppuclianl. for fishing. SO.-The tnun dp iy di, in the- snuthern alcliewan. Is halfiirccrlh irnm ini U low part Bask-' 'li! transfer ,llMrlct in anil are not hapiy at Willow Duiu-li. Shiny of them are unenif.loyed and tlie is put to a heavy oxi-ensD lor relief, pay- ing out :i mrmth for Hiss BROKE S. T. ACT SIOOSK JAW. Kask.. March S. I'. Coilins, fiHiinl on twn out of three charges linilci1 the seiitenccd Ib.i in III.- increnye. the mileage of a car about 100 per cent., and Its power from 10 to 100 per cent. This la not -Mr. Doer- firsl Invention. Ifo has already Ron thorn Alberta. Ceo. Skelillrig. M. P. P.. spent the wcck-cnil at homo In Macleod.' PRINCIPALSHIP OF O. A. C. IS OFFERED TO DR. J. REYNOLDS islic letter, askd'l for and equality." She bail no slie said, to set up in opposition tn jticii. wan Tr-nipcrance Act. but she recognized lliiit there VM a "lr'-c wide field of for a womiin i In Iho accounting profession, .-spe-l i dally In tbo direction ot helping other j to be served. i women just starting in bii-riiK'Hs. TORONTO, March special tispatch from Winnipeg to an ove- credil on Al corn huaker, anil j ning paper licre yesterday staled that other things are shzllng In his head, -'it was reported1 In the parliament Wli.R, whoso laundry was buildings in Winnipeg thai Dr. J. strrwd In the recent fire. IK begin- HeynoliK president of Ihe Manitoba nins business, again in Ihe building I Agricultural College, has been offer- Just west of the weigh scales, former-j I'd princlpalship ot the Ontario ly son charge of Ihc refitting, proprietor ot Iho by himself. Harry Hud-i Agricultural .College, at (Juelpli, Ont. Premier' Drury and lion. Mr. Dohorlj1, We Pay Highest Prices for FllP T 'TP "PT O PELTS AND FURS WE ADVISE YOU TO GET OUR OFFER WOW ON ANY QUANTITY. .DEALERS IN HIDEO, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST. S. P.O. BOX 5 Lunch, ha.i relurned from a In in the course of which he purchased u machine for making malted milk and other special j preparations. It lias a'flo a liny motor; t ?.n l-e aflachcj lo an electric from tin n. Mr. WllWns. every way possible. In spite of all j point view. In r-vnry way. In fnol.l vl-lturl Taiici- last week on bis annual Therefore, she rlenlrecl lo qualify in minister nt Agriculture, worn asked I RH to tlie truth ot the report, but ne.1- j ihcr of them would say anything in denial or confirmation of il. It Is thought lhal an official sliile- cut may be forthcoming shortly. Dr. sorgo C. Creclman has been princi- pal of the Ontario Agricultural Col- lege a! Ouelph for n number of years and still occupies position. this, however, her application was re- .Miss H entirely on account of her sex.; vnilerl All throrigh the Irmg-drawn-oiil .of- niiih k< conflile Smi fort made iu the nFnolIes of last cen- tury by acco'imlants legally lo triumph for irmph of br-r f :iat liir- open, and Ilii' inevitable, Iri- ions. tiw the i lif been so Ihc profusion again; the Mrmilor, JIIss women, says .Smith worked Btoadiiy in oppoaliion to the move mcnt. Xo! only did shn writo agaips! the proposal with great abilily, hut she devoted much j[ her lime. Id inter- heart of as iins bc-ni the way into whul luis IM'MI corporation, us film knack of lining In other thins? .she a.splres. it i.s rhi tour nf inspcclion. Slokes. formerly pitcher for the Tnber Crescents, la visiting friends In IK becoming a ruaguet for buyers, two or (hroo having heon hut, found hcrj.liore rei-ently, with (he res-uH that n I lot of hides have lieen shipped out. i Mr. K. Herl baa shipped in a small (raciftr with which Tir? proposes to (arrv out a number of plowing con- j (rrtrin already arranged for. evviug mpjnliers nf Ibns it is from Hit- sonsiiu; OL v.oinan'.- their fullest Three week were in lown 10 Ilowdon WAITERLESS TAHLF. A wnilerlcsa table was rec.enlly -Tit-nils. Mlnialnre C'lcclrlc rntlways, ''somewhat on the principle of the cash carrier, con- nect ouch laUo in a restatiranl wltti Ihe kitchen, Tho guest writes his order and drops It Inlo a slot cm j Ibe (able. A kitchen attendant places Ihe- dishes which Mio patron has 6rdcred 'On the proper Irain, whfcli automatically al tho pat- ron's table. Tbe used dltfees arc put store, but It iilrsuily pro omptf il. I nn the Iraln by the gucnt, Rnrl they Ttirc arc ruruors of Iho lease of out ffMeteJ back to tho WE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN WESTERN CANADA IN. HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND'SELL DIRECT TO TANNERS WE'LL BE GLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE, S. LETHBRIOOE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. PHONE 555 ;