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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUft THE l.ETHRRIDOE DAILY HERALD SEPTEMBER 3, 1920 alberta. DAILY AND WEEKLY "and Publishers THS" LBTH9RIDGE HERALD" PRINTING COMPANY LIMITED He 6th Street So-jth, Lethbrldje W. A. B DC H AX AX Pretlded and Managing Director John Torrance Basinets Manage) we read: ''While to end of fiscal year March 31st, 1919J EnglaKd spent f an Irish rehubllc--ls another. But t Is Ireland herself refuses to e the 'concessions, freely offered by Mr. Uoyd George, in tho-various conflicting factions into which." she is divided and through thfj detestable ac.Uca.bt the Sinn Feic, with assassl nations and arson as the principal veapons depended on for bringing to reland "freedohi and liberty." To udge ail Ireland by the actiou of this coterie.would not be justice lo Ireland Ireland has her grievances; no "one will be.slbW to admit fhis: But even t i liltle'iate England is anxtoUs lo remedy these. -She has treated Ire- and in recent years in most llbera fashion. She'has removed the agrarian levance.: The landlord With his ci actions is no visible; land pur chase acts and Ibahs to tenants fron Lhe British Exchequer, at the low. rill if interest of per cent., hav made what; shqulde.be. a contented country-side, Under the Home Ruli ilr. Lloyd Ireland wil be handed back entire capita value of- the land purchase schemes all financed from gift at least or for over> and country as'.Mr. Wilson observes, at time when England is gol to the United...States in order lo main 'tain her exchange In the New'World: To truly lindersland the.Irish prol lem needs a knowledge trut: To misunderstand, arid so ba starte on a false scent, Is to read such" prop: ganda as IR 'being circulated by th 'Friends of .Irish freedom." eight ahuusl ths size of cherries. The vines are. practically Obscured, so thick are the pods. The peas were grown without Irrigation, l.i [6cl I he whole gardes with the ei- ceptlon of the beans aad the cuc-um- berf is a dry land exhibit. The potatoes found lit this garden cannot bo surpassed in'- Iduho. Cali- fornia. Oregon, Michigan, Urltish Col- unbla or anywhere else. In all, -Mr. in ball has an acre of uqtalocs. he Early King, Cole and Weo Mo- are most favored by the vet- ran gardener, tticy ure all early aturers. heavy yieldcrB And under Svante August, Arrhenius, navian scientist, has studied .the ra energies of the earth, says the Ch cago News. Petroleum, coal, sunlight, arc the sources ot from which man gels' his supplies, wale pov; oper cultivation are bright niforni. Mr. Kimball's >puds are bsoiutely free The tubers .erally fill the ground around the otato roots. Mr. Kimball's carrots and parsnips re equally good, lie his a parsnip eld that is a pleasure to 'gaze upon. ho ground is almost covered and the ools arc developing wonderfully ..'The arrots, i for sweetness of flavor re exceptionally fine, wcrtt grown ithoilt a bit of In fact. Ir. Kimball has demoristrated that arrots do best on- dr? laad. When iven a llttlo too much water they pllt. ______ Onions, rudishes, lettuce, cucumben d other vegetables ate also -to be een at Lhelr best in IhU. remarkable- ardcu. Then there la a field of cab ages containing P.iinta. The elds are detclopirig boaqiifillj-. r. Imbal! gives his cutbjga ijliiiis tSree eet of space: Corn Severn! bj istead of- trees Mr. KiriiBajI iisea hii orn.as a windbjeak. Intervals irough tlm'tield to .five rows ot orii are-plunted. This winubreak pro- ecii the beafis and ollief pllnls fffect vely, and at. the Eatne timextloes no eem to lake Hie plant fo6d that Is eeded by tlia efop neit ib.lt.' !A row f trees on ihc east side Kim all's field bas pracUcaiiy ruined fi1 aa s iiem ins prac cany ruined five ,ho gecSei S55lo{ lakes all 6 .tho mofittire n'd plant food.fof about tweiva'.feet- Is an He has II kinds of faith In Southern AlBerta. We've t6t best sql! e says, wsy 6f turnrhilrj-.' "What iim doing Here ethers, can do The eed indiletry ban bo. a; profit- bie one here, al.jo the csiiihing in- laid Mfc KlmBSllr '.Mr, KitribaH Is nioJl IriieFestcd Ih Rev. Usds Tendered a Resolu- tiort Endorsing Good Work Done (from Otfr "Own Correspondent) the ir meeting of the Official Board Of the. MeUodlst churth, Mae- leod. hfltf Monday evening. 30, thl followiof resolution was iass- ed: "that we. Ibis Quarterly Official Board" ot MethoJiit chufcb, desire to express-our. appreciation of the" vrork of our pastor. Rev. A. "We are thankful for the Svod feel- ing that Misia between the people of the various churches ot Ihe town of Wo are, thankful to Cod aud our own church people for the prosperous stale of our fhianceJ, for notwith- severe financial strain of tho past year, up to date our treas- ury IS over fiuO ahead of last year -Our minister's-salary IS within a few dollars ot being paid full. "Resolved that this resolution .be read to our people next Siindiy, and that we request them to be earliest in prayer aiid faithful In their loyalty1 to God. that this tf.ay indeed beji year ot Forward Movement In the history of our Rev. Mr, (yewis will leave on -Mori- day next for Tdronlo. to attend the annual meeting ot the Missionary So- ciety-for of Canada. aniTwillbe away five weeks. The so'fTfcei will 6e continued, al supplies are arfinged" for each Snnd'ay.' He is alteadlng-the Financial District, meet- ing of tiT-JiUcleocVUthbridge. tricl this which irian. Every gnti (hat will shoot Is being polished this week In anticipation of iver.the UELL TELEPHONE RATE 1 HEARING ON SE1T. 21 1 OTTAWA. Sept. Tbo hearing in the Bell Tele- phone application for an in rales will open at Ottawa on Tuesday, September 21. "according lbf of the Railway eommfesitni ;bls morn- log. This Is intended ,ti> be tnenlary hearings al 'which the tele- company will ue given an op- portunlty of presenting Its case. Or- 1 dera will be given for Inspection and! PICKED UP IN PASSING K O R THE BUS Y M A N Sheriff Varin, of Niulssing. died at rjav i lre at ,viu erect a :r'hearings'decided OB. Toronto's population is estimated at 523, 465. A moving picture theatre IE to bo located ai Victoria. B. C.i the Playerg-corporatlou. The late David Marshall, M. P. for East Elgin, left an estate valued at nearly J150.WO. Tom Richardson, former British Svante.August Arrhenlus knows how' long petroleum and coal will last and what will happen when they are ex- Petroleum for 90 years Is lis predictioli; coal in England for 200 years, In continental for 1000 years, In .ths United Statca for Water power! The United States Is well supplied, but Europe and Asia are poor In tills kind of ener- gy. They will have less than one- fifth of a horsepower per human b'elng. .Kurope will become a genlle pastoral country for lack of energy to make the wheels turn. Down in the hot Sahara, Meso- potamia, tho Moliave desert and the he "establishment -fit-the be'ii' jndus: fy. And in this it 'might re'.-profitable- is avtbdd often neglected In .Can- ida.. Of ali-the the iea.ii is'perh'abs. .th'o nioft according perlhiaiilal; F'arih il-i cpntaiiiS a large perceiiiafe of pYotein tdpf inalely doubfo.therSriiiiusjl of Md proteln.'is Bredicnl. Inline materials' which wo consume. The boS'tf n'.ay lifc-'satfl lo rank fifSt arnof-t the comfrion' foods of tho opinion of Saunders. r1, .'This' Iho as a staple On, the much value null time di.splay.s Jildlclpus V Plan SchooiiF51S" An ihitiortant Aieetln'gVas hsfd last night iti the oouiitll chambers .when committees were appointed put over the school .which "bo. held here September, 21. -fair zone will extend from Magrath.1pn to Stirling on the east, .taking, (n all of the town and runs! schools situated within thqt irca. c. The meeting.was rtn one nnrt-lbo prospeciS (or tha (JxcceillHgly bright ;.Tli6 fc1 ceiverl their seed.from the government last spring and tho ganltins planted havo dbrlo very '.wcjf. coilfttry_ shells and all are being stowed away in the cars for the flfst dajr's lembe'r I'el- Many will go'ont. Ttfes- day, and camp for the night; so thsl the ground: early In the' fn'6rriiSg. Many will bo the storiesJl6ld of Ihe these birds, and what might have yTha ifain ;ot-the past two "days' has si' ioppen thS caltHg, but rnsisturd ill be a to tho'late graiti and gree'ii1: teed. nijr Own ETZ1KOM, Sept. to .our relief, has been much cooler lately, some have been-looking for frost these cold has coine as yet. Yesterday today ot them afo oxcoptlonally With the approach of ihc diito tlio stufleuta are lo' try cor.cldctor.a with each oae..at fair. It is likoiythat fnt show' wlii ho ih-llie opern house' has been showery, .9 of ipMnch ot rain falling today. This ihakeB; the. totnl precipitation for of August .19 of an inch., Mrs. Streotfiel.d returned'.; (o her home jn Lethbridge on. train after..spending .two .weeks iwlth her Robijson. "'A baby boy arridvd at Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Monroe's h'b'rne last.week. Jlr. McKay has'.returr.ed to his po- Eilioli in the-.bank; after spending a two' weeks' holiday in Lethbridge. -Mr, arid Mrs. West motored to Mafi- itinV Mat Sunday- with, (heir two (laughters', who its School at the convent. The both returned after the cummcr'noiidajrs ahrf school will siart ajjaln'. In. the ,_The dftncc .well. Trlr. McGllvery- Khoiwoori's place" at. the pian6, and Colin B. Faulkner is Principal New .ThresKers Busy (rVn: -OS? Owa Correspondent) MACLEOD, Sept. Mucleod public school opened for business for the' term on Monday. August 30th. A larg'e riamfcer ot now scholars greeted the new teachers, and the first week wflkbe occupied getting started, and i good start Is everything iu school., ft was the school board's Intention to haye two grades in one fooin, but the fncTMM In alferniince made it neces- ittf to engage another teacher. In the'Sieifttiffle; a sabstitute will supply hntli the new teacher arrives. The board have fortunate In securing Faultner M principal for both High and public schools. He-has had two' years' experience in the prov- ince, of AHierta, and comes highly re- He has not yet complet- ed course In Toronto University, framing One niofe year to lake. Miss MV Darntn, his assistant in the High JChool. Is a B.Al fi-oih MSnitqba, B. Atkln86ii takes charge) of the pub iic school And was on the staff last yeaf. S'he'is considered one of the best. Miss 8. be'rich, B.A., is one o the fofnler staff, and is looked npqii as'a teacher. Miss N. ThOmp- soh has not yet arrived( but Is ex- peited the mMdieVot the month. Misa B. McDnff, Miss M.. Root and Miss A. Moss are new teachers' in Al- herta and coine with good j-ecommen- dationt. Mlia Laycock has taught in Alberta three years and a qnaMScd; teacher. MlsV Vipond and. Miss Me-1 Kenzle take charge ot the juniors, or I the most important grades in the scLobi. and their threshing outfit to Blackie where-they have a season's work Hehry.'B threshing rig is moving to Mud like district, where they Have.a'good run booked. StaBord t Co. will Mf fn operations in the Hazel- mejt'e dlltrlct, which boasts of the At any rate, the Gulf reported missing, and argument as tc .ho possible influeni'e ot the caual on t, stirred tho scientific world before the opening uf the big ditch, s being 'rehearsed.; Eugene Arceau urrived in New YorH trom Franco .In the'-steerage of tht liner Olympic. He Is S feel 6 iui-he( tall. They didn't have a berth .to til so ho slept In an alleyway. On the same ship was Miss airly Millcs. i feel 1 iue'i In height. fe" One of the most interesting' monies iu tbe Anglican church ot western Canada will take place Wlnuhieg oil Iho Utb. 14th and 15tb of next month, when the centenary of the ecclesiastical province of Rupert'S'laud. which includes the cese of Qu'Appelle; is M. P.. will bo tho Labor Candidate ii the Yale, B. C., .bye-election Jeremiah Bi Hughes, ex-mayor o iValerloo, pi.t. and one of Ontario's jest known" insurance men1, is dead. The late Major-Gen. Llpsetl, of the forces, who was killed in action left an estate ot to his mother. The gold yield of the placer camps of Yukon Valley for 'the year 1920, it is estimated by competent authorities, will total Tv.o million dollars were left to charily by Mrs. Nellie A. Black, wid- ow John- 0. Black, late Chicago banker.. W. Large, jnetitcal mission- ary amongst the Northern Brltiah died at Port Simp- Heiiry of never tasted a mpro eipcnsivc dainty than Charles Fray's ear. One bite cost him thirty days at.hard labor and a fine.-. Scientists are bnsy arguing %vhether; the Panama .Canal has changed tho course of the Oulf Stream; or if thero have been volcanic upheavals-in the bed-of the ocean witeh have deflected Your Children DESERVE A fr RISGH On a "cheap" piano they.will never learn or play pertectly. You'll: be surprised how llttia ask for the Mefsoa 4 Rlsci b i ch las is a I ifetltne. Easy 'ferm8: of payment and "Factory to prices. The Balmoral Block Honit- of the -Vlctred beit. crop in the history of that part ot Albe.rta. Young Son, H. Griftits, and Bodgnert Bros, will take care of that portion of the south which claims beat crop in west, and another Week will Me all these machines turn- ing but the golden crop that mide Al- berta famOUB in the .past, and will place her In the lead ot quality and quantify Ot grain that is produced in the world. ARE YOUR FEET SORE. TIRED AMD SWOLLEN, PAINS IN KNEE OR HIP? If so it is' not necessaiy. Have youi- feet fitted with ptoper applianeesvfor relief and then trveat them" properly Dr. ScKoll's "Three Necessities" and yoii have comfortable easy feet afl'd youi' rheu- matic pains will leave you. Appliances for All Troubles. Ask To Be Fitted Shoes For All W. J. Nelson Co, Sherlock Jlcilicii'.e with a case of tditsllltlB, V. Wajner returned home rpaclous, and ccntr'Alir can soon'be hcalci! if the weather, is T Mrs. Sherwood .chilly. The r.o'minltUo on prize ;li3l3 pointed at the muifitis last "ingii'.-lti-t Echools, O. 9." of fhi Stiiibal i ''a3f of Agriculture; A E. Palmer, of tho Kniglit Accdcmy, and Deroo Woolf. of Public EChObV' A ftOJioral corrl- mitlee cornfoaed Hie men with the aildilloii of Mercer, of the Jlagrattt school, Prin- cipal Earl, of Ihe Stirling soiloul. Hoycrolt, to work In the sun mills. Sunshine will supply limes the power that coal now supply, liack again into Egypt and Babylonia. Into tho land of tho Aztecs, Into Arabia, where the varieties ot clvllzallon began, wo shall all crowd 'lp work in tho sun mills, Kour thous- and years hence, says Svanlc August thero ore plenty of things to worry about that are con- siderably nearer in point of time. "Doiahevlgm Is not ilic only radical niovemcnt have to contend with. Anolher movement, equally dangerous, as I rou It. la the radicalism of reac tlou. One radical proposal sayo: 'We iviil. not wait for things to work out-, we svllt destroy the of gov- ernment.' That (s the philosophy which prompts A man to tear up hie potato vines in ofdcr to kill tho potato bn.ga. Anil tho reactionary radical says: 'We will make no change.' Tho 'American people must subscribe to the doctrine of.e'volullon, making the Onvernme.nl of Htid for the people Iu fact as wel as In name, or prepafo to-tnerlt a If Ke keop th.e fires o evolution burning we" will ncv6r nav ft revolution In this country." These views of a writer In Ihc :S York TftnCE ura In accord with thoac of tho average man. -.Willing sciioul, uild A cotrimlltee wua iilsp appointed to ulervlew bitsltiSs! men with Ih'q VioV if securing sotni ;.f. O'Brien, of the O.'Grien-Nalilcr (F.-om Pur Own