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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGK DAtt.T MONDAY, MAY PAGE FOUR alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publiihers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street Soutbt LethbrWgt TV. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrauce Business Manager Do You Know? Member Audit Bureau of Circulation. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, pWweek ......i deltvered. per year i.ov DeJiy. by awit, per )-ear Weekly, by mall, per year 1 -M Weekly, by mail, per year lo U.S. 2 00 THE tMfORTANCE OF RESEARCH The rrport ot the Special tea appointed to eoquire into the mat- ter ot the development in Canada of research, introduced to the House by Mr. Hume Cronyn. the member for Londoa, to have the sympathy of the mem- ken. In the discussion the import- of Applying science in the de- velopment of our natural resource well brought out a species el fusar. and by tbe for- mectstlor. of that sugar we get ethyl Uy the liquor from tbe pulp mills and tbe sawdust from tho j sawmills, we got ethyl ajcohoi which solis today at a gailoa A load of j sawdust, worth only 50 or 75 cents, will yield 10 gallons of ethyl alcohol. per cent. In strength, and a bushel ot roughly speaking. produce aboal hro nnd a quarter gallons. In advocating the establishment in j Canada of a Scientific Itesearch In- stitute, V.r. illrbael Sieole. of Sooth Perth, gavo as ob reasons that we need it. tlrst, cor the development S our vast natural resources end, Man Kent and a Kentish man? ond, an aid lo Canadian industry. These are two good reasons which no one will disagree with, nor with tha conclusion of the honorable member that there fs moch talk o! Capital and Labor tbess dsye In connection I tag toe night Monday. May 4e- Uyed the farmers until BOOB I Jav. ACJVS ft Tfhejt can be teen rap two end -three. TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What was "Coxey's Who was Be-au Nasbt How do the Parsees deal with (heir dead? 4. How came the word "Sull" si 1m Irish bull? 6. Why is rabbit called 5. How does the word "assassin" eooio? cuts lloport ot wormi workJns In fall rye, Jir Ijltlt dlmnta has bcon done. y BOW ISLAND (From Our Own Corresuoudoat) i 19LAKD, past week has been a vi-ry tmsy one and the weather has beeii ideal tor plant- I ins. At present wrlUutt fully seventy- five per cent, of grain has been plant- ej. Several llelds ore green trom BOVQ wlil bo about twenty to twenly- ftro pw cenl. sowu In this i Moro OM wilt b9 this swsou Uian before. Birly sown grain siow- tns abora tlw gro.und whicli la In possible coadkkm for ttou. l S0% make it 5. are Barter 6. Where Is. SKIFF (From Our Own Correspondent) 8K1PP, Hay is well un- dcr way. Plenty of moisture and good grass. Krerybodv happy. Olqulst and .old ol of-Bow Island, ot FOREMOST Our Own May hsht {Monday afternoon FEDERATION OF BLAOK-COATED WORKERS The Union of the'Midale os it fs known in Great Britain, has for its origin tiw ot self-protection ANSWERS 1. It commemorates the daring of I CfXeile. a bold adventurer who vow- ___ ________ fi to be first to touou the shores of Mdy steadyShower Ireland. Finding the boat In wbU'h i he was about to be outstripped by j others, he cut otf his hand and llungja Ten or U to the shore to touch it before those In advance could land. 2. A Man of Kent Is one born east district ring eeeding operations about half miles to the was cc-nsiderebly heavier, while'five or six mllea south. and east a very heavy rain fell. Seed of the river Medway, while a Kentish ]ifig is swlllg- SEailL man Is a resident of West Kent. i [arroers having from about f produce fla: nan m ve mast do If weeii general the past week except 'or tew hours on Tuesday when "we lad :quite a hea'yf; tal1 0[ 'n :he morning. About eighty per cent, of wheat seeded cist1, of Vulcan, with quite a number'of'farmers all ed. Sixty-five per cent, seeded south X'. ground in many pjacca already. Seeding will bo completed in ten days in Southern Alberta except for feed. In ..Central Alberta the progress has not been as rapid as In ths south. At (l-Yom Our Own Correspondent) j most tne norlh and STIRLING, May Seeding Is oni-. atou[ twentv gressing rapitlly. Farmers. fee quite lbo acenlDB nas boen'complBtcd.-Somc sate now. Wheat crops were finished rtclav has bccn on Saturday and the other seedingj (ner rtclav has bccn d ,b d nion also demands reforms' in the j otherwise not so good. In general very .weather will pc-rmi: trip-wheat comink siding rush is over they will )a ression of prdrHeering, and "the and will b- completed In Cenl mposition of the income tax, the sup-! good. Week-end ronsest po Mshensm." agains 'rnis last is perhaps the nrcr disked and floated, late fall, over most .prominent feature ot the Middle lass Union. Its members recognize ery fully -that, in a strike ot any mag- llnde, tie chief uufferor, first as well !aat, is "the third and that whrii a strike assumes anything like atfonal dimension: it amounts jy IIH. We nrri expert tire We Are Also Experts In Set- lic-nal Work, Broken Beads, etc, arc here to give ttrvlce. Spe- cial Airvfce tooutof-lown Express paid one way. LelrV bridge's Leading Lethbridge Vulcanizing PHONE 1654 E. CHAPLIH. LtlbbFlrtgt. LETHBRtOOE BRAMCH AT MAXSLEOD JM AVE. I B, CHAPLIN. ;