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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEH 6, 1920 Xetbbcibcje ;Detalb. DAILY AMO WEEKLY and Publishers THE- LET.HBRIDGE HERALD PHINTINQ COMPANY LIMITED eth.Stftet So'jth, Lethbridga Vf.'A. BSCHAXiX and Managing Director John Tomnco Buslnew participants in it, It will rise tj perfection wiiidi al) .'cea and with the true snorting bivl lieve aod-expect sliouUl b? with baso-j ball as well with all ether ioriss oi snort. The "World Serio 5'today his a nc-.v signification am) -A interest. THE COAL SITUATION IN GREAT-BRITAIN The delay, in precipitating the rute- as applied to an unexpected legacy. Subicrlptioa jer -jroau ot ___f .35 1 by mail, per year........ 8.00 Baity, by mall, for C aiaaCu tzi Daily.- tiy raaiv 3 months 2-iW Weekly, by mair, per year.....1.55 by maii, per >var 10 tr.S. l.i'O Th'E "PARASITE" OF PRESIDENT WOOD President Ot the United Farmers of before the Tariff Ennuiry Commission m said. (n protected interests, that "no interest allowed to become a Itifiay oririay not be that miii-fu full; signification ot the 'its original application, and.with this in ha may be said, to hare flgur- 'Jf bit tie "bull's eye" in the Do You Know? I TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who Is the nalroit saint of law yfers? is the Yellow Jack! 3. What iho origiu oi crs' sirike "In Great Britain bodc-s a j ftf lhe KhamBla, confidence that British labor is not 5. aro [ho most dry tyu eiiijer to piuuge the whoi> country lurching wiqus ot any? and into chaos atd that the couswiucr.ee _ .AVeiste'r. iu'JilV dktiouary. says that the term "pamshe" was Drst applied to line -yhuse ofuce io gather of the hnsbaadmeart'ic' i-c.--a for ot rashness has been weighed, discretion come to be resarJod as wise counsel. It is to be trusrxxl tl'nt whatever anticipations oro for u satisfactory settlement wilt ha re- alized, The latest development the threateued. mioo strike Is that quc-itlQa. of a strike is to be back io another vote. It was sr-.ld thfct in -tie vote for .deciding on a ballot, was. not ujade use of by. inany in Iho miniiig industry iu Grc-at' Britain, aud that the noa-p.Hr- ticipatiou whs through the fact that many of the miners were over-awed tlui 0agitators and preferred'. a na'uira! attitude hi tha'Clrcumsta-i The- trie 'inwardness of the miners In tho-'result of tbe cevv'Yotins about. It-will be Interesting to know at this ttime that Uis number of wortcers in the British mines has from ihe'year-bffore tlia wa'r'to'the present year'by .The pre-war Why !s, angling callcil lie "gentle public s. i-...s .the-duty of the .to re- serve oul of his hcclonni of' and asaft: was the priest's, guest Jio inviiefl to cat of the' sscria.-a. It comes tc ii filing, with a happy Wood in the Word k-Iactcd has shown a nicely In lhe'ch'olce.-'r.irticulatly ns it Applies ile helps to draw a vivid plcibro of the altar of high protection omiyhich the farmers place their sacri- iu this twentieth century; not as the husbandmen of old In but in the monetary value of the sacrifice wrung, by a protective tariff. And -.the-crudest and the cruellest part'of picture is the spectacle :of the "parasite" attending the sacrifice specially invlteftby tbe priest, in our 'day the apostle of protection, to take ..his portion of lhe farmers' offering. .Truly a picture of insult added jury! jit'j; The protected interests' the sacrifices of the farmer may well ".bo an-Inspiration for-a painter of human, nnd President Wood's may well form-a record in picture of the "fiscal morals" of the day. TUESDAY'S 1. lerritoria) additions have been made to Greece through the war? Who Is Ilia King of Orcecet How i AriueniaDB were mae- sscrcd during the war! 4. !e 5. What Is Us Cijlul. and who Is the ruler? d has become of the kingdom ot Montenegro? ANSWERS 1. The Albontaji district of Yanina, the promontory of Chalcldtce, iiiclud- Ing the monastic republic -of Mt, Athos, and Crete, total of square miles, with a population 2. Alexander, born August :1, 188 J, succeeded 'to the.throno juae r 3. Gerniari TnrSsa staiisllcs are slated to show that In 1910 the numherot Armeniiins who had been de- portei) amounted to ot whom were massacred. The kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. Yugd (or when the UtbbtMss fair will Dis- trict whlbils .TfSeiag Up r.-om oil tbe dent that the products et irrigated lands In this stats ate. as Is (te CojJdalo ei- pot a }6 as io make the in (hi tofil cron Alfalfa leads'to all jrc- jects, whne potsloes aod topis next, In order juiwi' Sugar beM production 1] eonitaed prto- dually to the ewtern idibo Around here fruit taklnt their place. Up at Nam- pa, Just west of. CoUo, Hey had a sugar UclorV. It Ii cone. woad will undersland. Tp the M tone- er a'ere toeuured np vert favonbly n comptrtson with thli ktn Ucd.- 'Any district that will (Ira 'trot In'ider Irrigation mljhty good Mcurlly for. a J50 ebnsiructldri co'sV' rle'fclar-; ed Mr. Bond whep 1 told Wm whit had lurt (Costlntied from. FTODI erous mountain valleys. The' whole northern end of the'state practically, s moun'talnousj and rniningj lumljer- ng and ranching "are'the chief indus- ries. But the dry farmer is not. He practically doesn't exist.. -There is some wheat grown on dry land'around jewlstowr, and some here- and there m the benches, where precipitation s heavier than in the valleys; -hut outside thisi dry farnllng Is not known. The average rainfall here Is about 12 .nches. Great Irrigated Valley The great Snake River Ti'Iey stretching across the whole soulherr end of the state Is tbe, agricultural section. And It exists only because o! Irrigation. There are apprftiimately acres under the ditch In Idaho, all in .'this big before the water was brush wasle. I asked J. B. Bond, proiec1 manager here for thesD; S. reclauu lion se'rvice, what similar land outside the ditch'was worth. He said it was merely a waste and' cer tainly leaves much to be. desired when comparcd'to oiir splendid range lands. So Idaho.Tiss taten acres of waste and trahsfornictl if Into an Eden, valued roughly at 000. That, In brief. Is the story o irrigation in this stale. Our Fair Buildings Superior went to the State Fair lo see what the farmers are'growing to make this land worth an acre, and I saw it. I expected to see magnlScen state fair buildings and grounds That's where Boise anri Lclhbrldge- get together. "Wo could sup- ply the grounds and buildings while they put on the fair. Lethbrldgo has, lying unused yesr after year, a layout of fair buildings that puts the home of lhe Idaho State Fair to shame. But Idaho has the fair. It wasn't quite so extontivc 4s I had expected to see, but Jho quality, exhibits wore there, and the competition was there to make it Interesting. Evory Irrigation project In the state was represented. The cattle exhibits were magnificent, featuring everything from the beef lype Shorthorn to the milk strains, Jersey and Brown Swiss anrl llolsfeins with a frame like a barn. They.had seven shfrls of hog exhibits nnd a lot more In overflow pens. There were two barns of sheen exhibits and more besides, for Iho ranch-era hore seem lo consider they are not too busy to bring their best to advertise Ihcir stock and their state. Tho horso ex- hibits were splemlld, showing the fin- cat type of farm ttnlnials, but the total of the exhibits was not so large ns shown when LatlihrMge was enter- nrhinff enough lo hold an exhibition. Practically all Hie livestock exhibits were from within the state. Priza to.ilplng show herds from the ea.it were conspicuous by their absence. Coaldale Just as Good It was in tho district or irrigation nrnjcc! exhibits nf graln.4, grasses, vegetables and fniit that I'was par- ticularly Interested. Hero Twin falls .rttiinly carried off the honors, which I will lio pleading news lo many former who have settled the Coaldalc and adjacent Irrlgft- police will hr.vc an arsenal donated lion districts. Their display was truly In ttieM projdcto 'the ?end on .an eight Jon. A.Flye years xontluaoijaly, i the, Then tht alfalfa Broken are grown-JOT two Ihen a _wheat crop la planted, and 'alfalfa'' Lhe wheat as niirse crop, for At the state fair today 1 mefWayor FYed R. Ps'ed of Pocateilo, executive tie Idaho 'Reclamation b'bdy of banded together for the of the etate.'throigh reclamation., Reed states that production on, the various Irrigation this-year Is average, .bnt the farmers-are far 'from satlsfie'n'jfi'th Tha'whiat market 'is' away''bjt and- all-; farmers "who can are holding.; The sheep and wool market is'demoralised and as a result the alfalfa market is.tn stato of collapse, the sheep owners aro the big alfalfa In this end of the valloy, on the Boise-Payetts dis- trict last winter' Bheep' wratored. on the alfalfa stacks, About "of these Montana where there shortage, but the remainder1-: were from the Idaho mountain brought here aa usual for winter feeding. That IE (he big market for alfalfa in this state and is probably an indication of what Alberta may do When one irrigation project In this state feeds more sheep through the winter than are the whole province of Alberta H Is.something worth con- sideringt even though ibaep mar- ket just at tbe present time Ii all shot to pieces. This article IB just a rambllne hit- and-miBS mass of nlek-Bps..from aTnong the irrigators, farmera and engineers 'I met today, bnt it win giVe. Idea of Irrigation under conditions much more similar to onr own thai those existing in Washington, As I said at the start, wjpe out Irrigation iu Idaho and you nlpe'Out aKriculture so far as fanning aa. contrasted with ranching is concerned. And wipe oiil irrigation, and you would see much of lhe solid basis of business here dls appear, noise is a city pic, and while it Is the capital and the centre of The way In which the Con- servatives lh.fi r.cw National Llhfiral and CnnsorvaUvo 1'rtrty of Premier Mslghcn Icn-ls iiwlf lu IH6 belief that tlicrc la more Conservative Hum Liberal In II, The won! "N'atiim- al'' Is evidently to Ire Intcrpretnl In a conservative scnso. but nn Iho whole they Hlftfl ?how so much more than mlghl have been neon at the Co.ililale dfalrlrt fajr in a of weeks ago. T.VIr Brains didn't clr.ss up, but their vcfdaWes were very fine, while Itiay a consiilerp.blf" dfaplay of fruit. their, alfalfa ilirln'i InillcatO: any- IhinB bolter than wn have at home. Ada County, Canyon Coiialy, Jerome C'fiunly. Kootenai County nnd Ooodinc County came in tho onlor named.-The cnscmblo inatjo log Hi? wot '.'Way Down-In Vlr- played In her hoaor. Stu was leaving the Inn. escorted oy; members of the corsmltteo, wteu It wae fomnj that iho cost will be erected Toronto. G. A." Farflil. 'loading resident of Arthur; daad. F. !J. Reefer. M.F.. Port Arthur, favors separate province in New On- tario, v Wrcbbiahop SicNell aud other .di- vines denounce rent profiteering lu Toronto. Jl.rs.. Spencoloy of Peler- boro1 ilroppcd dead vvhile playing cards.at a A'eterans1 -party. 'The and the graph haya amalgamateu, to be run us an Independent-paper. Oeo.- Mlcileborpugh, (ormerly lead resident pt St. Thomas, bnt. and Heglpa, died at, Vancouver. Rev. J. M. Coniyn-.Cbjng, of llo'p) stoke, will become rector of .parish in Edmonton. The Owen. Sound. Sun-Times ie to be Issued..thrice, instead of a week-. Jarnea Collins and A, P. Doonan, Welland Canal helpers, were burned to (loath .In a small house near Thor- old. AN OLD CEREMONY LN TOWER OF LONDON Fgw Atnecicaus who save visited the Tower pf London lave ever witnessed tba ceremony of ;hc keys, though it lias laieu place ulghlly for many centuries. The yeoman, ported with an escort of guards, still nightly locks the gales, ilebiail him etill watks "a varlet. at, two pence a night lo cwry the keys" Mi, broad daylight or no, follows the busier wttli .the; taulcrn, who comes de.manda the 'sentry. "The' regies the yeomia porter." "Whose asks the sentry. "King George's "is the at- swer. At the ond'ot tht latter part of this ll-llr r, Tlf-J it n i i wanson Hay during a -fog last Wod nesday morning whlfe on hsr way north frfini Vancoiivoi'.'wllh ftumi- month. ___ Chlcaso's Colloctor of Inlcrnal [lev- v- gers, lies in suly feet of waler at low untie announces ihnl whenever evl- lido. Dlvcr.s have gone north nnd Iho j dence fs o work of salvage will commence Im- mediately. The steamer (s lying on, 1 for the tlrno hor beam that n bootlegger has mntln a laryc anitiunt of money, his Income fax for Ihls year will bo collected at onco, good looks, sound teeth, SEALED TtGHT- KEPT RIGHT fiffcr every cncal ;