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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f FOUR THE UCI lIBn DAILY rlttfiALJJ t TUESDAY, U, 1U2U ttbe Xetbbtibge Tbecalb letbbribijc, Hlbecta DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publishers i THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED Sih Street South, Lrthbridge W. A- BUCHANAN Presided and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager Member Audit Bureau of Circulations. Subscription Kates: Daily, delivered, per "week -15 Diily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year 7.50 6.00 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Wwkly, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 THE REPRESENTATIVE AT WASHINGTON Tho aews a diplomatic repre- sentative for the Dominion is to be appointed at Washington will be hail- ed with satisfaction throughout Can eda. It is an appointment which is 1u every sense a rational one and in keeping with those relations'Vtth the United States which ara tar better uri derstood both in this country and bj Hs close neighbor than by those some distance away. U Is only ia be eipected, and a logical sequence of the status wh the Dominion has attained, that should be the master in its owa house of what are the Internal and intimate affairs which concern it personally. It enables Canada to deal in affairs with uare is the bet- ter j. Is Mrs. and how c.ime tho expression, "What will Mrs. tirundy 6. When waj silver coinage first issued In Canada? early morning until lato at night. Tue grain sovvp .beJof3.''the. snowstorm. Is sprout Ing. Svfrf I grass fa (row- ing splendidly, maVtng the best of ibe labor situation. AT ORION" (From Our Own Correspondent) OK1OX, May heavy snow- storm of May 1st caused the seeders to bo put aside for the Seeding wheat Is going ou cow that tab land has dried again. Some farmers are going to seeiS. wheat ou land to fee MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What arc "dog days' and why are they so-called? What is the "Heart's 3. Wlmt is the origin of the phrase-, "Mori- kicks than ha'pence" 1 4. What are tho Classic Itaci'S? 5. What is a dolmen? 6. What horse was mado a priest and consul? THE NEWSPAPER AND FREE PUBLICITY It has fallen to a Philadelphia news- paper to express publicly what many a newspaper inwardly feels but. with tho innate delicacy o! those who run them, they have refrained of the ground and with good warm weather by the 1st of July the grain will, lie as far advanced as it'was in former years. Mr. B. D. Hummon has over three hundred acres of when in, Mr. W. H. Bowman has abuot 600, Mr. Fred Blair over 600, Mr. Folk I about 300, Mr. McGee 350, and mosi every farmer in the Carmangay dfs-] trict has over 100 acres in. Some farmers are putting in long hours and working day and night and it we'havo a week more of good weaiher the wheat will all lie sown. ants of Saskatchewan will hold their convention at Saskatoon on 'May 2S. M. C. DIckson, for forty years You savo money, .because wo have twenty direct factory stores In Canada. "Ask for style Booklet. AT VULCAN (From Our Own Correspondent) VULCAN, May condi- tions ideal; for seeding which J3 "gen- eral today, about twenty-five per cent. of'Wheat already seeded. Plenty o! moisture. Grass is setting green and when the occasion aroao five years Ago. U Is a matter (or pride and sat- isfaction that the appointment al YVBahin gton eh oul d have even tuated without the slightest friction between the two "parties in the arrangement, Dominion and the Motherland. AT TABER. ('Prom Our Own Correspondent) TABBtt, May dry week, irst day, wet after storm, follow- ed "by hot sun, dry fine days, 48 lours somewhat windy, drying, out ac- .ual surface. Showery .tonlfchL Large amount of ploughing dope .his week, considerable seeding also, j'anners working tooth aud nail to get n crop. Some usually often iu .town, not in for two or three weeks. Many till dark. Spme..-tractor- out- ;its working two shifts., -Number .rqf outfits dtd not atop for: Sunday .liiit