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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAUt FOUR MAY >y, 1U2U She Xetbbrfoge Detalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and Publishers THE LETH6RIDGE HERALD 'MINTING COMPANY LIMITED 923 6th Street South, W. A. BUCHANAN .President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Uember Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per-week .15 Dally, delivered, per year T.bO Daily, by mall, per year........ 5.03 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Wetily, by mall, per year to U.S. 2.0Q THE GREATER PRODUCTION OF WHEAT In regard to tha future of the wheat market prospects, as they will affect prices In the market, are of the most optimistic anticipation. The farmer ivho puts in the-most wheat will be the beat off. as the future of prices indicated. With the announcement that Aus- tralia will be practically a non-expor: jng wmnlry as retards wheat comes oaa cf the factors in the situation that business. This reduction is due the practical completion of demobiU- ration, ?or which fras pro- vided last year, whereas for the pres- ent year J3S.OOO.OW only is Any supplementary prOTlsion for fur- ther ejpenditure ts uot likvly tu ttf on a generous scale, if the evident paring of ordinary appropriations niay be taien as evidence of Parliament's determination to keep as tar as pos- sible within the limits of the revenue from -taxation and other ordinary re- sources. Further public borrowing for pur- that do not actually increase the nation's capacity for effective pro duotiou will add to the burden of the annual tax-bill, which must bo sub- stantially increased if ordinary ex- penditure is to bo met by current revenue. The estimated expenditures for the current year, amounting to {537.000.000, include fixed charges o-' Of which JU2.281.000 is required tor charges on the public debt, as compared with tlt.OOG.OQO for the Jtecal year ending in 19H. Lust year's borrowing added J55.00C.OOO to fixed charges, In the form of Interest. For Government sen-ices is required and far capital expendi- tures, the sum of will be required, or JS2.000.000 more than the estimated rerenue for the current year, and to meet capital expenditures the Government will again hare to resort to borrowing on a considerable scale. During this year and next it is quite Do You Know? 1. TODAY'S QUESTIONS What are "dog days" and why are. they se-caRed! What Is the "Heart's 3. What Is the origin of Iho "Moro kicks than ha'pence" 4. What are the Classic Races? Wiml is E utrfmon? 6. "What hone was made a priest ind ccnaul? SATURDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What ere 2. lly -whom was the title "Orand Old Mail" or G. O. M. given Mr. Glad- stone? 3. Wbat is tie Darwinian theory of evolution? 4. What is the meaning of "Jpse dixif? 5. Why is Ireland called 6. Why is tho Uritish gold coin tailed a. will make wheat producing in Western i Canada a profitable one, in the effect i wl .the shortage will have on mll.be on .Prices as influenced and demand. In addition lo Australia H is reported that the Argentine is con- sidering placing an embargo on the export of wheat. Until the ravaged areas of Knrope during the war become restored to pre-war cultivation the demand for wheat in Europe must continue to be large, and for -the supply -of this outsldo resources will be heavily drained. What the wheat areas al Russia will contribute in meeting this demand cannot be accurately stated in tho present chaotfc condition of the country and the problemutical na- ture that'things will be-: come normal there. -In a statement published, the Royal Bank draws at- tention to the findings of the special British mission recently sent to Sonth Jlussia to investigate cereal nroducj tion and supplies for the information of the Supreme -.Economic Council.1 Their is publish- es by the International Institute of .Agriculture Rome, sums up. the situation..as Taking into account the wheat yield of 1919 and stocks from previous har- vests, and allowing for the quantities' required for- consumption in Sonth liussia, there remains a surplus avail- able for export aoroad; this surplus order to meet the resulting obliga- tions, it was necessary that tho Gov- ernment should make large demands on the public in the form of loans ind taxes, and the distribution of .hcse moneys has created and sus- ainod a phenomenal denjand for joods, which cannot be expected to continue unless the resulting purchas- ng poxver is replaced by funds deriv- ed from -trade and production. Per- 'oroe tie large borrowings of the Gov- ernment had to be made in Canada. this Is a fortunate circumstance, the major portion of tho present year's interest bill will bo paid' to Canadians, and-this will-add to yarn. It Is expected to mafce tie run In'nine days. i Jacob 0. Bentall, former candidate for Governor of Minne- sota, convicted at Mlnnmpolti for violating; ErplonlfJ Act, -maa sentenced ,to tiro years. A Kansas ijnrrenyty wKo called doctor dress a wpund In lier ankle explained she col it using a tatty razor so her stock- togs would look all right Ten tons of butter at Fremont, O., by the freight embargo, vis for- warded to Pktstiurg in A special car by parcel post. The was paid by consumer. The Dublin Corporation. has pass- ed a resolution acknowledging the Irish Republic authof- lly to undertake the carrying out of all its decrees >ffecllng the munici- pal government. A carpenters' union' at has declared a -boycott agahiBt houses which permit their' employes to join the overalls movement. Will of Chas. B. Schwa rz, of Brook- lyn. N.Y., left his wife- J5- to be paid to her six months after his death. The estate Is valued at Americans purchased in In the past three months precious stones valued at against 268 in the same period last year. A Jive-ton motor truck is on its ALL GENUINE MASON RISCH PIANOS i 1 Are-Solii'it' "Factory to Home" Prices You save money hecauso wo have twenty" direct faclory stores in Canada. for: style Booklet.- TEN SHILLINGS BRINGS AHa., May a result of a ten shilling inreslmeiH Archie O. EJond, who enlisf- ed in Bdmonton during the; first days ot the >'ar, has been handed a ctiequc for Btcrlingj reprosenting first'-prize in a golden" conducted in England in aid of (or disabled soldiers and ealiors. Foot Troubles Reu Every day wo are having further proof that, our foot troubles by Dr. Scholl's methods is proving It you have tired, aching, feet, or.callouseB'on. the'ball 61 -tho foot, oramps or any uncom'fbrtalile feeling, It cati iitf with OBO- of Dr. Scholl's appliances, and properly fitted "VVa know how. That is all that. Is necessary, knowing how, and having-the goods. We have the necessary. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL. W. J. NELSON CCX SHERLOCK BUILDING PRINCE ALBERT, Sask., May 8 A law suit which1 fa of -gbneral in lores! to slovifmen is that, of Warlstf Deaulau, of Meadow Uike, Sask ngalnst the I'. Hums compahy. In connocllcn with a sale of cattle Judge Uifielow is presiding al, the li caring. Tlie agent for iho cornfnuvy purchas- ed from Ucnulac 136 cattle at cents a pound, which were to "w. de- livered in October. On Deleter 30 the company notified tho plaintiff not lo ship, with Iho result lhat tho cattle were held until N'ovomber 7. On ar- rival at the pinnl, 7S head of steere were rejected and tlie plaintiff took them claims lf> Meadow Ho Tho Burns company claims Hint it had the right to roject any that were not good butcher caUlo. Anthony Gannon, imsiraaster Glnco Hay. N.H.. (or S5 years, heart failure, BJO of CANADA'S FIRE LOSS MAY BE HIGHER IN 1920 TORONTO, May firca con- tlnno lo do damage- aa tlie.y have dur- Ing the past four months. Canada's fire loaa in 1020 will greatly exceed Hie Ios3 year, and may reach the for'the 1918, says tlio Monetary The four months' total this year Is compared with for the sarno in 1319. Tho .Monetary Tlmns' osliinale of loaoes dur- Ing April, 1S20, -KM com- pared .with 1n April, aud in >4nrco, 1920. The Friendly Smoke THERE is something mighty 'comforting and satisfying about "OLD CHUM" Tobacco; a sort of soothing rwtfuJness that pipe smokers have come to associate with this friendly smoke. "OLD CHUM" is an old, old 'chum with all pipe It has the perfect tobacco mellow and men know that they can be chummy with "OLD CHUM" all day long and that the "good night pipeful" will be as sweet and cool as the one enjoyed just after breakfast. For years and years "OLD CHUM" has been Canada's favourite pipe tobacco and today is jv -ire T 'ipular than ever, OLD CHUN ;