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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOOT THE LETHntUDGE DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY. MAY 27, 1920 She Tbcvalb Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Do You Know? Proprietors and Publisher! THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lcthbridja W. A. BUCHANAN President and Managing Director John Torrance Business M tax on unimproved laud value.-, in- cluding all natural resources; a sraJ- uated income tax; a in- heritance tax on large estates; a uated income tax on the profits ol corporations; that in lev.vins and M- leclins the business profit u-x the iw uiinton Government shouU insist that [that of (he I'nited i How many members or bo absolutely upon the f [he ,lrovtnccsr .cash invested in the busings, ami! -t what was Law's Hubble? i lhat no considerations be allowed for. i. What is Iho longest Juroi i Is popularly known as waif red istock; lhal no more natural i alieuateil from the. down out 1 brought intu u.-i> only under a which will1 b'o announced later. .Warwick ot Medicine Hal spent a couple days at the hooie-vl Mrs. HWDarif. .-fttsSIsi In' Caljaf V J Jot couplf tyjyj jpU. refits' Ihe, jrbpa Member Audit Bureau o( Circulations lerta leases which the iinere> 1 the public shall be properly guarded, s'Jfh leases to be gr. jonly by public auction. ITHE NEW I EL DORADO Dally, delivered, per year Daiiy, by ruail. per year Weakly, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year to I ts the Island the Sevei s? What ia.K.rsel WEDNESDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What Is tho origin of duyley? How-came the expression, "to iiragous' 3. Who was Tintoretto? 4. tiotbic. architecture design- ed by tlie Goths? o. What Is C. What is the cycle of the moon! the he (oftWEg bistjer. .i lliack and tamllj-.aro the first to. enjoy this season's home- i grown ouions. I Mrs. Ceo. aud daughter who I just arrived from Knjla'nd. one month .Yltittis at home o( Mrs. Frank Powlau. Mr. and Mrs. Organ aro theories! and expect to tour Caaa'ta in dramatic work. tjowermau Bros, came ap from llroots.i.o vlsli their families May 2.3 and 21 Mrs. Roy Cook of Shelby, Montana, was IB this week to see it her laud was being seeded this year. Sho is rery anxious to get as umny acres ;fa as jiosstble. Mrs. Cook's THE WESTERN FARMER AND THE TARIFF It is a common that the: western farmer is an-out and out ire is !o do lne Dut '-s :i terra our readers. Here -n-hiterls I1 iho editorial expression, is well to have the satisfaction that we In the land of.El Dorado os El Dorado contempt Ihe architects of the Renaissance on. mediaeval architecture, which they termed Gothic or fit for'barbarlaus. A calculation of the ship's place without any observation of the [heavenly bodies. A guess made by sees it. have 'to'hand il'to tliat bunch of mother earth located north of thej consulting the log. the time, the di- States boundary line. .It ol the wind, and so on. lainly has the riches. knows of its tens ol uiliions of acres of wheat tlreat Britain. This Is lo be arrived at by reducing the Customs' duty on i goods imported from Great Britain to! one half the rates charged under the1 general iariff, and. by uniform reduc- tions, eitending for a period of live years, ensure complete free trade be- tween Great Britain and Canada. The argument for free trade vrlth Great Britain IB that taken in conjunctidri with what the policy has done in in- creasing the financial strength ot that country, so amazingly revealed in the war, the farmers believe that the beel-j interests ot tbe Empire flnd of Sah- ada would be served by reciprocal; action on the part of Canada through gradual reduction of the tariff on British This policy has for Us advancement the desire for a closer union and a belter understanding be- tween Canada and the Motherland which wltf. at the same lime firing about a great reduction in the cost .ofrlivihg io the Canadian people. The farmers'' farther 1 urges an immediate and substantial all round reduction of the Customs' seeks to place all foodstuffs on the free list. It asks that agricul- implements, farm anil household vehicles, fertilizers, coal, Inmber, cement, gasoline, illuminating which some of tlto best wheat in the 6. A period of nineteen years, at Ihe expiration a' which the phase's of Iho moon repeat themselves on the world Is produced. And they know of Its enormous forests; hut perhaps not so many know of the tremendous woods country far up in the frozen north where the timber stretches in an unbroken mass from Alaska to Hudson Bay. Then there's lhat herd ol caribou that is said to number 25 millions, offering a future solution some meat situation. And the great possibilities of cheap electric power. And the fisheries and fur, and spruce and gold. "But here comes your Lady Canada pretty nearly every year with' some newly discovered natural resource of great wealth. A couple of years ago or so it was coal oil and gas and this year's prospects have greatly enlarg- ed the probabilities of the petroleum resources A year ago new coal fields .were discovered. "The other day, two well-known prpspectors of Toronto started out. for .Hudson "Boy 'to. stake 'Claims to- some iron ore discoveries they made.last lall on a hig Island in They assert that on the surface, right in sight, are four hundred million tons of iron ore, enough to supply Canada for a century. "That's going to be a greal nation to the north before long.'1 same day as they did' nineteen years previously. The book you name Is not popularly koown. Mc'Mlllan and Co., the publishers in Toronto, will be able to give you the information you seek in regard to Blatchlofd and the debate you mention., Premier of Ontario is Mr. Dniry. The Non-Parti- san League is still in control.) PHST1.P.P. Uav. frank R. llillis was In Medicine Hat :o enjoy 'May 2oth at the home of his tarents. Miss JI. Calder speul her holidays at bur home in Seven Persons May 23rd and'May Ii4tn. Ball Garne and Dance Were Features Which Attracted (From Cfur Own Correspondent) TURIN, 24lh of May 'celebration'at Turin was attended by a large crowd from all parts of the country. Thb high wind which prevail- ed throughputs the morning abated about noon .and Ihe dust settled i enough...Tor carrying out .of the j sports .whicho.las.led till -nearly dark. The first..bflll same between the Coaldale and Enchant teams was won score being sti to every variety ot garden seed, and will go far in reducing Iho outlay of money for food stuffs this summer and the coming winter. The Cardslon Citizens Baud under the leadership of S. S. Xewton gave a free concert, followed by a dance al the "Gym" last night. The weather is ideal tor planting and the farmers are maklns the most Of It tor pulling In Ihe remainder of their grain, the wind last week did some damage, but not so much as was at first supposed. The town clerk is busy sending out 1920 assessment notices. The Second" Ward Chapel is now completed aud on Sunday last Ihej hold services for the first time. Th'ey .are to be congratulated as the bjiild j Ing is a credit to the people who bulll J1I. It cost In the neighborhood ol and has a seating capacity ol about 500. A3 soon as the contrpctoi i removes tlie left over 'materials' th ant-Governor and Premier, Drury re- viewed Toronto cadets at tUeir annual parade.. Tho JlcClaty. Maunfacluring 'Co. ot London has' 'bpugbt' all '.tho holdings ot.thc Win. Buck'Stbve Co, Ltd', ot Urai.tford. Exchange ot merchandise between Italy and RugBla, is to begin shorilv by way of the lllack Sei. Italy .trill send medical 'supplies In'return'for wheat. Advices from cSlhuahua say Villa, the' Mexican bandit, Is holding George Miller, superintendent ot the -Alvarado Mining Co. of Parral, a British sub- ject, lor J50.000 ransom..... Despatches from Constantinople state that Nationalists are recruiting in Anatolia by brutal methods. Mos- lems are brought into camp in chains and many hayo serious injuries from cruel treatment. D. Durant, Toronto, was ssvorn hi on Saturday as deputy game warden.for Ontario, it is thought thai this is the first appointment of a wo- men to such ati 'oflice In Canada. It Is understood'MajorCeneral Vic tpr A. S. W-'Uiarifs, C.M.G., G.O.C Music is Always an Inspiration NOTiUN'G like a good sing- song lo rouse an audl- 1 ence. You need a good plcvno to lend the voices. There's none better .hade than the famous old MASON it RISCH If you pay more you do It ,vithout gaining anything. Wo sell at faclory-lo4iome prices >nd cvsry iMlrument. Ask for style catalogue. of ilitk ing at MagraUi, Is. spending the week- end with htr parents, Miss. Mamie Hihley accompanied her. Several new houses arc being'built despite the high cost of material. Mr; Mark Spencer'IS creeling a nice four- roomed cottage in the west end to rent. Mr. Eliss Heninger is improving his house by laying a cement side- _ j _._._ ._ -i HIS IIUUSC- nothing. Tho. Turin team then played Mr n H; Kerr ia: doing tbo the winners.-, defeating them three to I work> in Wlnnifred, on business ed- the program. nothing. Considering the fact that they have hod no. practice this spring, the Turin boys did 'exceptionally well nnd optimistic oa to future vic- tories. fr The ball "games were followed by. (wo horse races.: The first was won by W, G. Arrowsmith's horse, ridden by Robert Dunn, and in the second Xorman Nelson's horse ''Ford" was winner. Kd. Sinclair won foot race. Owing to scarcity of. time the remain- the contests had .to be omitted, and the dance'jn the evening complet- Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Burt, -who have been visiting relatives In Idaho re: turned'home attcran absence ot sev- eral They'have seen' soumfine scenerv, but none so fine as Sunny Alberta. Mrs. 51..H. Urown who has been spending tie'winter In-Utah has re- turned home. She Is feeling much improved in health. Her husband Talriach Brown, is slill in TJlah and inay not return this .summer. Very liltle feed ia being shipped theae days, (he grass ia showing-up fine, and the cattle are beginning to look better. HMTT SHOES A CANADIAN' SHOE fOR PARTICULAR MEN The-se shoes appeal to tie mair-wlio is they give a finish to his .appearance. They keep their shape nnd give wear value for money expended. The cheapest shoe, in Iho end is the shoe tliat gives service. We have it. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOR ALL AOES W. J. NELSON CO, SHERLOCK BUILDING tween trains Saturday. ___ ___ ,___ The was out Sunday, May j was in keeping with the spirit of the tnc YLM 1 A. convention to ers from working on, dancers who made up for lost oppor- The hall was packed and the music ia arranging to stopping the farmer: ______ ____ Sunday bin in every direction .from i tunily by dancing till morning. Lethbridge to .Medicine Hat work is) Something like. was cleared by still being done on that day. The the liall company, farmers declare they, will protest and Annie Mellow has returned homo ristniirl. lias arrived in West- to pay a-penally ratliRrl after a long stay with her sister, Mrs. despatch, has. in west ,.Uc sca.l yan BrocWin son. I Carolyn Turner and Vesta Holman Wheat seeilins lias been ideal.-anti spent Hie week-end In I.cthbridgo. nearly flnishcil up to May 22nd. 'Fri-i Sinclair came. out from'Leth- day, May 21 the strong wind and dirt I bridge Monday to attend the celebra- bllzzard delayed work one half day. lion at Turin and to visit home folks May 24th another furious delay-! for a while. tended to Great Britain: lhat nil cor- porations engaged in the manufacture" of products protected by the Customs' Kurope, is proclaiming Ihe truth of political economy that money is not wealth, ed work'the rllrt in tho air seemed j Mrs. Harleinan returned to Leth- llkc tlie earth was in a blaze. No bridge Saturday after a week's visit week of May l'2nd. Xot much damage I at the Hunn home. done. All wheat sprouting and Violet Sinclair .has returned from tariff be obliged to publish annually .comprehensive and accurate state-' Canadians are obtaining sugar at a .inonts of tbeir' earnings; that every treasonable 'cost, says Mr. O'Connor, for tariff protection by of the Doard of ComnieTce. This im- industry should.be heard publicly''be'-, foro a special ;commilteo Tariff for reyeniia- purposW is one i thing, tariff on the 'principle. of pfoH i' tdellon is another one ts.: I reasonable, the other ia economically unsound andrnnjnsl .in j'hai-.it'benefits the few many, 't ejilcrpiise. In- the sheltering .'warmth tie robes ol high protection afford, and maVea such tariff' Hit; mwliuni of the exploitation nf masses. It Is ;i common rr.irtirc.oti the part plies that in conteiiiplatlng the cost of >tiga wo should''.cKtrcise "Awcct a .in Calgary re'adithat invited-.Mrs.! [the ground. May 2-5lli rain has tlelay- I wl wheat seeding again. I All gardens are looking fine. Harvey I Davis lias radishes, onions, corn and i lettuce up and dcrlares prospects, arc I splendid and moisture good, for some Sliss M. Taylor and Miss McCrack- j on, teachers from -Medicine Hat were cnlertalncil al the home of Mrs. Karl Ilryant during their holidays I 24th. Three Hills, where she has been since ho held In Utah during June. Shb will represent the Alberta Stake on that occasion, and will leave about-June lOlh. During the summer, the evening services at the L-.D.S. tabernacle will be at 7.30 p.m. under the direction ot the Stake authorities'. Tho program will be of a literary nature, and It is the Intention to procure tho best talent available in and out o( .Card- ston. Sunday night, Mr. J. W. Low, prin- cipal of tho Carrtston school read and commented on the story told in "The University o{ Hard and "What the Church Does for Its Mem- by 55. W. Jacobs. Besides sev- February. She was accompanied by; ,'h" Misa her Bister Mrs. H. Corry and her two _. p......... Knn> i arrtsn r, small, sons who, will spend a fortnight "DISCOUNT FACILITIES This Bank is prepared to make advances to individuals, partnerships arid coshpanies against approved trade paper on favorable terms. not hesitate to discuss with us the requirements of your business. sr'A THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND LETHBRIDGE DHANCH- W. Reikie, Manager. rendered a selection lnn ,.Blijah St. '.'Andrew's Church is holding, a special service for out ot tbivn people an tf are not ablo to i feel '.Into, the AM are .c ord tally ;in vitod, aputtus third Sunday' In" June.' jrs caran Mrs.! figuratively, to walk on the j Hubert of the. song, "Lady, will you walk. l.atly, will you talk. Lady, will you walk and talk with me." ilays on the (arm with her parents Mr. nml Mrn. .1. W.. .CHANGEM.-ANp.N, ACT Harry parsed tiirougli AVinni- OTTiVWA, ,MaV -SO.-r-ilJy Canadian trod on hia way to Medicine Hat Mon- the day and_ reported crops loiiWng splcn j XaryXVelWaiis in Canada ,5, i-orliera' co'nlbrtncfj because he had honorary deirces of Ox- (on! dnd'Durham nnlversities, dines d coin red .that he should, not miss fu- ture op'pbrlunllies for popnlarizinf; Hit cause and II, "even Naty'VelM ___ Women must foxier friendly 'roll-1 did all Hie way from Korcimosl to' Wlu-j was committeo of'the' ___y........ of the protectionist m enqiiiri'-where I'MIS with the United States was ihninlfrtd. I'rospocls never lyok better commons ftido'i'ilo'proviae for tho'lit- nmopB frien who nre'lrf th'oseals of the the revenue i, lo if tariffs advice of Mrs. Arlhur Murphy at ilicj l.m'ebty HUlig c'tnlcra ot learning" are reduced, lip.. rule, ronsidnrs I convtsnlinn in Ciilgary. The iu tyn-n.'Ma'y 21th "looking'all'cr this argument nninipencliaiile. and nultiiti'alate; Is what Iho male interest on the'farm. "T 'having hugged it lo his bosom rcftifcsj stands that all uoincn'lotik forward to, on settled principles, if not prejudices. 1 ami the advice of Mrs, Murphy in the to give the matter further tlioiiRliI He fallH lo renlizo thiit a larilf lor revenue purposes defeats He own ends In tho embargo placed Iiy high larlfts on imports, thus rrsirictitiK them, llo not suOicioiiT litirtifi: tn realize lhat tuo jirocess is sitirirVti. on the principle of killing Hie ROOS-S ilia! lays tbe eggs. Wo are now dealing with Hie (arm ere' policy. With the Budget' debate It Is Interesting -at (bis time. Ttio farmers have ihcir prescription in re- lation to remedying Ihe falling off of revenue which tfie too llmorous npurc- in their worship at the. high ;illar of protection. The farmer.s prescribe udditicnal revenue by urginB a dtrt-ct It may lie said, m-erU'tl (emphasising. Thf- slrcet car habit grow.o like i titlir-r hnbiu. for thr report of Ihn I'.S. Kin I Fhnws lhat. tho in- s-r'-aso oJ wuri: n'fi rifles IHT jievson last yiiT in that country, with rido.s itu yfars ago. Dial while Ihf! of Ilia! country iti- crcasoil pot- in llif? Ihe ihe iractinii conina I-Ye.lnckson biouglit 'all' his up St. Tltcrosr, Aca- for n sho'rt vacation returning to .VK'iticinc Hat week. Crime up from Mcdi- cino Hw tu.spcjjfl Mny 2lib holidays i The Junior baseball pby tciui tin June :ird. KinK (itMrcc's birtlidny. IJon't Jorrgct Ihe I'laU1, lias sonio runners and JVliitla. iuvr- extreme ond a litre.; liumlrcd hitler. Mrs. ihrvf'y Davis entorlnirtrrl: a number of yomifc lads SafurfLay-tiflcr- noon. May 22ti'l, Thr; parly wa.i given fit i-ninjiiiriient to Warwick of Medicine lint, Hnmlay, May SCIli, the cvsngfllslic hill be hold :il fj o'ctock in (lie Increasi-il 77 llrti' is tftilnp. I.D.Cl.K. Ijall.' Kvrrylituly i'nvlti-it wiiicli hhniiitl tend in maki! ihe nml .1; tiullook iis lo Iho l.'ltiSlfl' On Jitui: L'.'ith, tin. tiprirultiital S if ly ij.itvo ra Coupons aipid Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank will cash nil Wai- Loan coupons' or due, on'iircgentation, niaking any charge whatever for -V-' If hob ft Savings AeeotmVtfhy xriotiise yoiJr intsrest tnorrex to one Established 1884, jfti i. DlNN'Nfi, Manager l) optri TuciJayi n tfeelifefii ycnir silk stockiiigs! SOILED out soonest! stockings last the Its BO simple and easy to Wash them in the quickly made, creamy LUX lather. Do it without twist- ing or rubbing. Do it in a very few moments, Iron while damp with a warm iron and the dainlicaV, sheerest LUX is so pure that it will harm nothing that puic water may touch. There is no substitute for LUX, Grocers and departmental stores sell it. Recipe booklet "The Care of Dainly 'Cloiliei" mallcJ on request, LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO LUX ;