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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .OCTOBER 15. 1920 THE I.-ETHBRIPGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN sot quite clear what the real object of the vote 13 for and whit will be Accomplished by It. An Invitation has been given to all to-bear J. W. Morrow who will apeak on the sub- ject la tha church tonight, Oct. 12th. That is Principal -JhrwhiBf is Completed Our Own ORION, Oct. Is now In its list slues la this district tor 1920.' Bob and Charlie Treoholm fin- ished'ill threshing they had oa ha ad around Orion and have now (one nearer Manyberrlea. Robert Trenholm has fcad t few days absence from the threshing ma- chlno on account of sickness, but has now recoTwed so as to be able to attend to .Mparator again. Geo. workinj in part Nation Has Picturesque Propocal for Solution of Difficulty Natjon, a weekly newspaper of advanced views; Is pro- ncslnE a picturesque solution: of the fflculty. It' resembles that sug- by the Irish Vlgllanco Society of New York, bat the editor disclaims any collusion. The Nation suggests: lutely'free. They are designed, as a Minister of Agricuilure pointedly give to the farmer's son nd the farmer'slaughter that typo education which will better tit for their business In Hie, that tlme.and.woul.a be used There Is not.BracB work doue; these days' by farmers In the be would district, several are busy getting feed come The prlncljlil team work of coarse is hauling grtvi into town: Jno. Unkller and Martin Hassel have.laft tere'-.titn the idea oJ work- ing in-the BrooU district.- Ralph'Trenholm has bought the farm of HHtmd in the Thompsonj nesty for all, commission of English, Scottish and judges, suspending all other eupreoio functionaries: and 'controls. Including, of'course, the Lord Lleuten ancy. He would also Issue a procla mation of peace apd' amity; to the Irish people, calling .on them to ab stain from am and district anii will take up his residence The pool ;robm wMch has clos- ed; during the summer, has been open- ed: by Hpyt and Gilcrist; Mr.- Carter has bills out announcing assuring the disarmament Q the- police of all grades and the re- tirement of to "He would then summon tile head of Sinn Fein arid'the''leaders of th Orangemen to an Interim Irish cab (Continued From the sale otbar net, which would include.representa. goods on'Saturday, October 16th'. Mr. Gco.; Henline 'will be the auctioneer] Mr. to live with one of his daughters in Michigan and will leave for that part as soon as his goods .are disposed of. Another sale la announced to place em'the -18th of October, when Mr. A.OCtne will sell his stock and He has let his farm and will reside Sn'futnro at Medicine Hat ThB-Rey. J: T. Ferguepn, D.D., sup- erintentfent :ot missions for the Pres- byterian fchiircii in Alberta, will be the preach'er at" the church in Orion on 17th. As Lthe date'for the referendum draws ne'ar.'.Bo'm'e 'littlo interest is lives of the'lmperlal'cabinet-and of the Dominions. This body would'be charged with' the duty of up a constitution fprvircland subject to guarantee tor. UTeVatelyqf the Em: plre and the British Isles, and to the assent ot the Imperial parliament "When its task had been concluded, the Regency of.the Prince would ter- minate unless all parties desired him to remain as a'.virtually independent sovereign, or better still, as constitu- tional president .of' ahflrish republic in friendly alliance with Great Britain, but not enforced subjection to ter." excelled pasture when seen a week ago by the writer. Sweet Clover and Drome Grass Sweet Clover and Brome Grass ar Increasing In popularity. They a'r< good varieties and-yield .abundantly Com and sunflowers of enormou growth were' raised.on the Claresbol: farm this year, and it Is now store away In the bam and silo. "And i-igh said Mr. Hooper, "don't fail t preach, the gospel of silos. Siiag crops are indispensable on our A berta farms." They are also making some haustlve. tests In intertilling and T tatlsg crops., Instead, of summer-fa lowing, which means idle land, a r iatlon ot crops, such as wheat, oa and corn, serves tha same lunctio with a profitable] crop from the' saro land every year. Three and five yea erles are being tried. In connection with the school an xpcrlmerit.' station, tho School Fair work is carried on..This Is a growing! movement.'Slsleen fairs are affiliat-1 d with the Claresholm school. These chool .Fairs act as feeders for the grlcultural schools. Princloa.l Hooper tales that boys and girls whom ho flen saw at school fairs are now Indents at this Institution. It en- Senders in the children a'desire to garner.. Mr. Jolly .will be' attached New York is planning the addition of S30 miles of new subways to cost being tikan'irrthe event, the generalj to meet the growth of Impression, however, is that wb are population in the next 25 years. Makegaoa staves ana Cooking utensils. OTTAWA 6lRL CURED BY FAn'H HEALING Own Correspondent) WARNER, Oct. masquer- de dance given by Butterfield.Bros nd-Charlie Sheets, last Friday was ell attended and enjoyed by speeta ors aud dangers alike. Approximate' i- fifteen.couples'were costumed. The rst prite for lady's costume was awarded to Mrs. S. Murphy; for besr gentleman's, to K. Morgan o: fie'. Commerce Bank, and tho comit eijtleman's to L. ButterEeld. No sec