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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 Xetbbciboe Derate Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor! and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. President and Managing Director John Torxauco Business Manager Member Awiit Bureau of CirculaUous. Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per "week .15 Daily, delivered, year ......7.50 Daily, by mail, per year 5-05 Weekly, by wail, per year......1.50 ft'Mtty, by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 NATIONAL ANTHEMS OF THE UNITED STATES The SlwkesiiKin-Kevie'cv in facetious Tein asks how many national antbeiUF tliere aro in the Vniietl Slulos. It elates thai it hiis fre.iuently seeu Jargc halls full of people prty tribute success-lTely to "Hail "l'o ino Gem of (lie Ocean." "Yan- kee Rial "My Country Tis of so ihut when "The Siur-Spangl ed Baiuier" corner around iinx-t uf ifn spontaneity has evnporaietl. "Dixie" appears lo be tist.1 uaiioirt amht'in of the The Spokesman argues ihat peihaps they liave the to so it iu As a matter ol Canadian wheat in' car lots could uct have been shipp to the United States until atter'lXveui- j ber 15, and some tentative' I made after embargo was lifted im- mediately depressed the market, indi- j catiug thai ibe srtatly inflated prk-ee obtaining in the l.'.ij (or syrlug wen> due purely a comyamtivoiy local aud limited shortage that would very qukkly have been saUsfteU and rapW lowering of prices would have followed, bringing them to a level low whut it would uow appear Mas obtained for tiie crop." As to tbe 'future of the it curd there common SOUEP expressed liy j the Wixmipog 1'rve Press when it "There is, however, one lion on which there is no IIKUUUT o! doubt ftiiJ that is thftt" the Do million Government should decide on Its po Iky at and so far as pess-Jbk1 take the public into its coufidt'iice as Do Yoii Know? t TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. I low does arlesinu well get tiamo? 2- What, is flu aw (bv> AnuiiiolU! marbles? 1. Who wete tbe Knov-Xothiujts? 5. What is tbe origin ot "fat'tlmr1 0. is tin- I' 'knuckle" in "knuvklc THURSDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who was tlis Lady vt At Hay- stack What is tbe sys- 88 rd that liail been Ueatlt of Miirruy Deeply Member of liebekah's What is a mosstrooper? i (k'roiy Our Own j ISLAND. May -0 Ou Tues- day oveiilns of Keek. ilr. anil i Mrs. J. Oliver iiiul Mrs. Oliver, Sr, guests o! si a i of their frleuds in St. Andrew's Tory? to wby ii has ikmo and so. llav- iug adopted a policyut is equally itn- liortanl tbat is be to. U it is decided to bave flu oyoti uutrUec tht-ii one.1 that market is opviii'd i: musi reiuaiu open umil ihtx crop is sold whether prices go up or down. If StMliijg" is reuuned it should bo adhered to until the crop Is disposed ot and the -public should know at otice aud fully, whe- ther the. Misting hoard is to ue con- tinued or a new board formed. "Definite, concrete action, erea if unpopular ccimnjaud more respect than the wretched banglios of V.'hat is the origin of During (he evening a dumty ItiiK-h was serveil. Tlic Ladies' Aid took this opportunity of presently Mrs. W. J. Oliver with a china euga and cream set as a slight tofceu of otteeiu. Mr, and Mrs. Oliver anil family left for Nelson. II.C. ou Thurs- day luorhiug at which place they- will ihake- their Owing to tho death cC Mrs. Murra> is Ihe origin of the word What is "shooting the ANSWERS Lady of ihe llaysuvl; uiadi1 her appearance- in ITTO a'. lU'ar Itristol, Kugi .Sbf was beautiful, graceful, and evidently I ,uc regular meeting of Iho Women's accustomed, to BOM sai-iety. She liv- institute was not held on Thursda; ed for four ytari in a hayftack; but iasi, number of jnembero was ultimately kept by Mrs. for the. 1'ut everyone -More in Mi asylum and died sudden-1 felt that it would be best to not ly iu De-comber ISC1. More call- td her Ijjuisei tut was ill all prob- ability a Mademoi.-elly l.a Krulau, nu- tural daughter of Frauds Joseph I. Emperor of Austria. 2, The let-aioiu- system. o. .A robber or bandit. Ti'.e marau- ders who infested ILe borders Eng- land and Scotland were KO called be- cause they encamped on the musses. i Tbc Irish toruigh used Iu A SOUVENIR OF INTEREST To ?u back lo tiie "old Defoe, is tlie tlje'reipn of Elizabeth to -Signify a Jj.ipd of (.'ath- yailaws who hannieil of Jrcl.'.nd. says the 1 first given to ilioso who refused lo days they ,akc their stand, is often an Interesting and ci'.llOUr in throne. H excluding James Trcni tho further says that the bogs live pud ilic with" Dixie. On the solid-j sometimes a profitable pastime. Some- outlaws called 'Tories. ity of the South is pnmeil the 1'arty's! Of this has furnished by of years ofiiiu> souvenir number of (he Calgary it. The next regular meeting will June iflih: On Sunday'qveJuiiK Hev. V. M.- Gil liorl's subject Vai "The Writing ot th Xew wliich was a cc-n linuatlon of ills lecture of two week ago. Next Sunday is Kmpfre Day am the service oh Sunday evening in 'Si Andrew's will be a patriotic service of Cardsloi Uow ISlarii Itey. Sansani, minister w.vs in the. latier part sf wefk iiulding ser vice on Sunday In A, sen-Ice Ml Saints' church lie rememberc thopsing for his "The Alieet ot Xord Ha' Members of-lh" Oolden Jut; Hcli okah .Iqdso. neut through heir beautiful service us they with Mrs. Hose of Medlclno Hat stood the casket. After the service ho fuuer..t procession inissvd uu to he lotHl' cemetery when Interment vas matte. 'ho jMll-hearcrs were: Messrs S. Juuueson, T. R. lllaiue. It, N. Itc- lertoD, Jas, llc.U.. C H. Hell and A. Kullef. Moral pillow, the fmnily: wreath; UolUfu Link LodRe; Sister, 'Mrs. Lee. Windsor, Calgury cent. Tax U Itrolher. Snhnol. Wonten'6 Institute. Mrs. H. A. of Mcaiclno Hal. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. II. T. Whitney, Swenuuinsou, Dully Parker, Sylvia, Kdua and Dolly Urowu- ing. Wheat Above Ground Showing Manager Gets Promotion PICKED UP IN. IASSING KOR TBK MAW to Impose a 10 per Fooil iirites lu above ,ae are ganUiuions iu aro under way. The date has not yet beeu set, but 'the conference will probably be held. In Winnipeg or Ottawa. i Hugh Slauley Hovell, a locomotive engineer ou tlie G.T.R., died ia tho Kd- uitmlon General hospital as the result of injuries sustained Bdson. where i he was Jammed between two cars. The accident occurred, ill Oliphaiit Coal mines. Declaring is a body on Iho Toroolo lengthy Western Col- unizatloii asso.-iaUou. The Toronto ;'Stores dose at u ocloci editorally. and Saturdays, i Michael. MtCusker, aged SO, of I'layoquot, .Vaacouver Island, died in Kamloops po May. J4. liquor, S...VV. ]Uearly Til Amors' Sunday !n JXifcola boundary. The liquor is eald lo navo been intended for smuggling into the United States. A railway luau has beeu wrested. May 30tb ii Jljiiltoua. Kamtoopa will hold a big celebra- tion on Doiuiuiou Day. Jiope for continuation plenty. It Is doubtful if uuy two it) Canada if asked can in the .i.oment; Loth nauiij the National Aiithtui of j j Herald, produced to commemorfttu tlie Ilay Anniversary of 25C in view of the big pageant that lield in that'cily...... tbe States. This cannot ha wondered! Tue souvenir issued by the Calgary .ems a U reproduction of Us files; et when among Americans (hunt-elves in it saw the light oE in multiplicity cf the .SLSS tliat stir the) year.lSSD. The thought and [he, "by those present hehl at She horn of -Mrs. Sitop.rer Ins SumJayifllwrnoou. Hnticrt JaniRs Mr. and .-Mrs. received the rites of baptism" aficr tho (From Our Own Coirespotirfentt WARNEH. May condi- tions during tho week just passed hare been excellent- and it may he fuid Hint CO per cent, of -tlie' wheat is in the ground, with in many places a good strong showing above ground. A motion picture is being farmed in WluutyeB. to lilm Kalph jioveis.', ilessrs. JiolUrook aud MacLeod! bavu i'stablSdhed' an airdrumfe atj have n tuachluo and havo heen grauted thchr liceuses by ide Cuuadu i Vir Board. J. L, Kobiuson, a returned soldier, appeared before 'Mr, Justice .Simmons n the criminal section of the supreme court on Thursday in Calgary.on a charge of gojiig to England vith the intent of coinaiittiog a bigamous mar- riage, Plans' for-a round-table conference of tlie vnrious returned soldier or- Whig Is from- Whlggamore; j, Gilbert ndifiinlstered tlie sacra corruytion of Ughaiu-mpre die thieves.) The'Scotch' iiisurgi-ut Covpnaiiiers pavksaddi Ihfeves from; tte ai 'fot '.tlnj- storage of The- Mar'ouiii col- n.-ed to eai liluiider. The- Mar'ouiii band ol them 'and 'Jiik them to aid liliu lii .dpposhig govenv patriotic fire they have ntuorig them, us. (o which is the official National idea of the souvenir were happy the inspiration. Editors of ihosu early had In the Uritish Empire vre .arc better off in this respect, iu experiences, as ihe there is no denying what our National denote in reference Anthem is'. Perhaps this may he cit- ed as one of the1 advantages-of mon- prchy. When it comes to "God Save 'the or (1O the "Maple or "Rule or oven "AuM Lang Sync" or "Land of My Fathers." we instinctively what to do on these occasions. Eren in as- semhKes where the particulnr airs may stir those of local nationality in- to fervor in expressing their emotions, the infection will not spread it appears to do among American audi- ences when "Yankee Doodle" or "Hail etc. is struck up. Under the circumstances as they arc, with the ahnndanc-e of national no particular individuality. tho Spokane paper is of Ihe opinion that the military service cuuld teach the civil population In the Statea a good deal regarding ceremonial be- havior. In the r.fl. Army and Navy punctilious respect is paid lo "The Star-Spangled hut to uo other air, and thf result, it states, is Impressive in the oxtreme. me IUILQWJUS, 3 to thR edhori ij .t thai timt._ jj of the Calgary Herald Mr. H. S. Cayley was arrested to-, day at noon by Deputy Sheriff gerald, on u warrant by peitdlary Magistrate Travis, and di- recting that he should, bp held iiiitil. Uio in .Queeu vs. Cayley" is delivered tomorrow raorniug- Mr. Fitzgerald hurried him away at a mo- ment's notice, not even allowing him to eat iiis dinner, saying that he could'. ;et that all Tight at Ihe barracks., jliy Cayley was perfectly prepared to go never to gaol tomorrow morning uut he a little at the summary method or" disposing of him before sentence 'was- passed. That there is nothing new under tho sun is shown by the following clipping It .took fifty-one fcofof paper for a smell druggist in a little in called contract KIXCASTLK. May crops mcnt of the Lord's sujnif'r to all cut. are sorry to report that Mr. Shearer is in neaUli, United Oh'urcli Aid meets with 'Mrs. Fred Henderson tomorrow. The Missiooao1 Society are giving a tea in the Kest room on Saturday aileriipon of tb'U.iivcek. Do not. forecVUfai there will be a demonstration in home cooking in the room ou Mr_ May 31st. i Mrs. A. Bali-man were Medicine Hat'visitors last week. Mrs. B. Petersbit. returned to her home in last week. Mr! a in Cal- gary last v.Tck. Mr. :md Mrs. W. C. Jones after having spent a couple of weeks with fo'r oas by inds of past two days and there i; every indication of Ihc grain making- a rapid growth. A great many formers "Will be through with thoir wheat seeding this week, and will push ahead, with. whilst a large atveaye of flax is oxpeclnd to be. sown this year. Conditions appear favorable for breaking, and it Is prob- ably thai inucli raw land will be turn- ed over, giving a much1' larger acreage for next year. No damage has been reported nt this writing. Rev. W. B, Bcngis is espectnd to re turn this week from Ontario where he and. Mrs. Dcngls have beeu siteiiding sonie weeks. The 1Rev. -McCracken has beei: occupying the pulpit at the Evange lical Church during Mr. Uengis' ab sence. 'l A number of Wurner people attend Year Children DESERVE A MASON R1SCH On a "cheap" piano they will never lejim or play perfectly. congratulate htm ou what is undoubt- edly, a well-desen'ed advancement. Mr. Lewis and family will probably be leaving some time next week. The Tennis Club has been reorganized, with' R. C. Sproule "as president, .Miss Berg, and T. M. Williams, treasurer. The courte have "been put in good -shape, uew equipment purchased, and a good sea- son is looked forward to. Quite a largoi number have joined the club so far, and some fast games are ex- pected.' It is more than likely that j as soon as' the seediog rush is over j steps will be taken to reorganize the; Warner Baseball Club, The fans w.ould iike to see Warner on the base- ball may again. '.You'll bo surprlsei-bow llttie we ask for the Masoii Wsch lasts a lifetime. Easy terms of payment ond "Factory to Home-" prices. Style Catalogue Fret utcfiii e bifP rtHoim a niou l Sleek friends Jelt vanm ,-y.isit -two Mr. Lyons, barrister of Taber, the lutter.part of thr week lfl Mrs. Jack. Henderson and IStll" ed tho' nmeritl of the late C. A. Hunt V Mr- W- T. Slieets met with a serious daughter tirs 'Mrs. Fred 'ii V- -j-'- JIjss. Connors, cairie trom on Fri- day. Mr. i motored Ho anres JpC rye in the sPincuslle district''loohs like SO to 10 bushels to acre uoyrJ [it is H lo 10 inches high r.iid with the immense supply of moisture in tho ground now, a good crop is practically assured. Irrigation work wjll start on thct Hat on Sunday. We. arc :pleased to learn thqt 'Mrs. Ostruni, vho is in the Medicine Hat hospital s doing nicely after tho. operation of lorry brlceiilriil telephone Tuepdiiy. new project just as soon as the ing is done as help is nil needed, to gel the crops in. X. II. MrjKinnon. Lloyd Martin and Win. Hus.sell are through seeding and their crops iook great. Each has con- siderable rye. A lot of new land is being broken IS THE WHEAT BOARD TO BE OR NOT TO BE2 There have been'various criticisms' of the Wheat IJo.ird, favorable dnd adverse. Jn discussing the advis- ability or otherwise of the continua- tion of tlie Hoard ihe Winnipeg Free ft-ess puts it sanely when It says that the strongest argument for "Xatlonal Selling" iaat yea: T-MS (hat our cus- tomers up lo December 1UJU were do- ing "National Rnying." Thcri: is now a founded belief that "Na- contiintc over- country town in Iowa to make his monthly report on. He sold during one month 152 barrels of heer, S3 palj Ions of whiskey, Id of gin, 7 of al- cohol, and 3 of as medi- 'THC old spirit iii Calgary jnwner of the half of section S 1 ir getting one baking into This is the hiilf spctiou joining up near Kincastle. U said the tional Buying'1 will seas for another year. "Xp one ontsLtlt? the Dominion (Jov- ernmcnt and the Wheat Hoard knows the eays the AVinnipeg paper, it is possible even these was thirty-five in (hose d ago. and the j township 10, range 15 is getti htiinjvcd acres of new hreaki; Cal same gary oi thut time ha-1 just the idea of its importance as the Calgary of loduy has. Tills is the "moil us l rc- rjiiest. "Wo imrieraifcnd thai It is tho intention of the railway authorities lo cut ('own the trains to Calgary to once ibu Fincaj-tle townsJte in tiic. s Many laiui hayfrrs arc yisUing .us. Homo of tlieni aro soekiug ninny nave offered jiricss that would look large -hist year hut our farmers ilon'l ficem to sell rind wn the same as laat year, on j ljfini as Prospects Dec. 15th. think it would lie iis well for the Hoard of Trade to make a representation to the company of MIC toree increase, both in Ihe punnlu- tion ami business of this place since last year, and endeavor to get In'iius a wnek at any rate for Calgary during the cninlng lyinler.' In case there might be some whose curiosity is whetted ag to ihe fate tyro bodies are not in possession of (of lite old-time editor wlio was en uu- all Ihc facts bearing on ihc situation, j ceremoniously hated from his office. Such facts as are known give some color to the possible need of lionat This in reference to tlio handling of the rroii. It may be thai the Government had good sufficient reasons for open- ing the market aa H 3td for a short time last year, only to close it again. but there IF good reason to say thai there was a blunder rninmlltarl in ihip temporary opening. Tlir- rca-son why the procedure was a blunder patent in tliu realization of ihe same fit the ttnic. Tiic Fret: attention to this in staling that it ha? become abundantly evident that when the markel was, opened the banks the following should appease their, curiosity. "It is now a IHtle over three weeks since Mr, Caylty was sent io gf.itl by Mr. Travis for of c tiurt. YiMU-rilRj'. Mr. Travis was directed by the MifiuU-r of Jubtiru that Mr. Cayley was to be released and his fines remitted. "Thr rinciskin ot (ho rm.irt In Hit- vs. f.'riylry {tjday that' if Mr. Caylfry. fjrlitor nf Herald, will t'> tlir publish 1 jtliolofjy in present court with and pay (lie tif tlio trial hiiforo Tnt'S'lay .ire very good. A deal is under to buy tlie townsiie of Fincnatlc in Sec S, by a company from Quebec. If it's completed we are iissured of one of tin; best" villages "in as the large irrig.Ufd "jaVf being this year instiros our farmers a big return timusnnds of acres nf are hoing put tn this year It looks as if Tom Martin whoso farm is close to the I-Siu-astlc sectioi is tn make a killing this year with his 700 acres'of rye, 1-. Kanp of LeMibriflge. proprie- tor ff SoyiJ IIHH sold a lot ol Grimm n If.Ufa seed to people in these parts. Guilder Larson frcinr (ho -south conn try is imltlng "in lot'M fl.ix Ihis Gunik-r Was oil u of iht: first lo ctilipt -in Iho Migiilandcrri. In-il a.Ii'K. in Krantv, hiil U atill a wearer" the ierc" fi'perit the week-end at her home n Medicine ifat. Mrs. Howden, Mrs. T. Tweedle, 'Mrs, Gibson and Mrs. Gibson. Jrv Maleb, jWcre in .town on Saturday. Mn-v Chipuian. Sliedicine Hat had splendid display of; spring millinery :n ihc EU'sl room tiie latter part of the week, while in town Mrs. Cbip- man was a guest ol Mrs. Milroy. Menicine" Hat. had charge of the spring in the Globe storp last Saturday. Jas. Reid is .working iu the Globe store now. Mr. lihd1 Mrs. Kd. Thompson have movecl into Oliver's house Mr. H. 1 street. pn anil-Mr. A, F. were business 'visitors in Taber yes- terday. Bow Island is again called upon to louni tho loss of of its most respected" citizens, -Mrs. Howard Mur- iiorse kicked liiuv. iufiicliug broken leg and internal injuries necessitating :iis removal to the hospital at Leih-i ge on Monday. Mr. Sheets hastonly j been in Alberta a few weeks, having j come up to assist his son Charles in seeding from Iowa.-' t-Mrs. X. Derrick was removed to i the hospital at Sweet Grass last week, I but is now'back feeling much better. Brown proprietors of the Seryice'Cjajage, dest.royed by fire recently; are -preparing; plans for a fireproof structure to replace the one lost. Hans Oseng has opened a res- taurant in ,Mia old Cafe. Hork MeXeely spent the week-end in town from Lethhriilge. J. T. Rose of the Standard Trust Company.was in town the first ot thu week. Stanley Uoyle- has returned lo his duties at the C.P.K. depot after a well deserved holiday. Mr. find Mrs." Boh Gusseck of Groat liave .been. tew days.j with their brother and sister and Mrs, j, Gus Guss'eck. I Mr. C. G. Lewis, who came here full an manager of the local: branch of the Canadian Utnk nf Com-[ flicrce, has been promoted and trans- ferred to he assistant inspector at Winnipeg. During his brief stay here Mr. Lewis has won Ihc confidence of the' hanking public, and whilst not here long enough to establish a close friendship, those who know him will for the We have a stock of slipes for allagfe that give wear Value fo; the money invested. The cheaper shoes Iu tlio end arc'lliosc that Kivc1. service' for the money mvestc-d. This eonihinci wear value, fit anil 'oilier features Unit giye.Ujc a proper etart in far as his feel aro tonct-rticd. liiiow hoiv. and give tills service. ASK TO BE FITTED ALL AGES W. J, NELSON CO SHEnLOCK BUILDING When you eat let it be the best. Real Seville Orange .Marmalade All Orange and No Bolted icilh cart in SiteerPant. n onocm POM IT. were not prepared to finance necessary line of credit, tlic American j di market was not open to our wheat: but the advance In price in those eight days that Iho market remained open fixed firmly in the mind of tbe farmers tbe Idea th'nt had ihe morning, uu v.'ii) he open they woitlr] havn got a higher prlcp for their wheat. Tlie following in worth noting "It of interest to note bow persistently who and who do Know lictlor, talk or write us if Western Can- udicn wheat could liavo nbfpped gH tapt.fiill to the Amoriran Tt was even then the nf Him which (ivon in of i HS shown in thin ''liHif; bit or news; "Win, Kainsoy, ng'Mit for the month rjf cndfufi. 2.080 arres of the t-oiniiany'ji land. place'irt tho Town If nil la niglit. Major in thci Wiis d'.-fifled to rcnii'-t t nnHioriTir? to otnploy a at tlio tclRKrapli offirn-.- ray. whose death look place on Fri- day night, May Uth shortly before midnisht. The late Mrs, Murray had been In delicate health for many months, ami though seriously ill forj the past few weeks those in uUcnd-1 ancc thought that She xvas somewhat i bettnr tiie three or four days I had nopfii of ir rftcoveiy even after II ti'i'Idck Friday njght. Kre 1- o'clock she had passed peacefully away to the Great JJi'yrmd.r MgrcilUi Vi. was a 'Jaugliter of MT. anil Mrs. Kiijah Vealn nud was born in Kindlon, 'Onl., March Utli, 18IJ1', in which city -she .SIKUIL ihe early pajrt of furr life, Tji to tho Hiiic of niairbirc lloward Mur- ryyof'Hiirclf-U yhe liad sjn-iit u great deal ot Tjur iiiue in nurs- ing nnd -Mrs. .Murray a Jiow Isluful have rnnde (heir hpnitr since ihen- Her Inislmml, Howard MuiTay, five .1. nnd f L i-rjtiay chair, k Ont-i un t.f wulj .igain. I rcail of Kno jimciiU stirii't1' Wiis .1'frin in M. AndniW'.s Churrli nt; Momlny Itnck of and ".Iwns (.f hoili favoritR Ibe f-prvlrp. r no on. IvOV: ;