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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA OB FOUR THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD She Xetbbrtoge, Deralb letbbrifcge, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietary and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING LIMITED 6th South, Lethbridga A. BUCHANAN ent and ilunagicj Director Jobn Torrance Business Manage: i-- j j 1 from his crop; ._ ._ _ _ resent liabilities; I 1 U susan. asln the! 1 UU I Marnier Audit Bureau of Subscription Rates'. delivered, per weex by aiail. per rear by mail, tor S montie Dally, by mall. J months Weekly, by mail, per rear .J .15 8.00 4.J5 2.50 1.50 w tuaii, jiKf Weekly, bj- mail, per year to U.S. I.DO his debt, and even with the small pro- ceeds he has obtained from his crop; in'.euds to meet bis pi halfway., The business_________..... _ _ particular case, has his excuse in that j'l ___ he !IL turn is pressed by the bank, and so in a vicious circle the blame is pass- ed on, the banks so doubt holding that they are compelled to adopt the pro- cedure for reasons which they can bring forward. It is a pity that ia this procedure the particu'a'i circumstances csiraot le luvestigaled and the case dealt'on its merits In departing from a "hard and fast" At the same time there Is another j aspect ot the situation. In that theio is the honest debtor and the dishoaes: who schemes to get out nf his liabilit- ies by 'hard lack" storlus. He In his turn caases economic dislocation, if aot his action makes t'-.e honest man In financial straits suffer The question, therefore, becomes a big one. ll should, however, be remembered, and it mar be that a "farmer THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER )C, 1920 TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What period is comprised iu the Middle Ages? 2. What is the e Hercules! 3. What is the Apollo Belvedere: 4. Vvhat is the Number of Ihe ENCOURAGING T.HE SCHOOL FAIR It Is worthy of note thai country dis- tricts are giving .prominent atteation to.the school fair, in its being made a feature In the enterprises of tho dif- ferent localities. Those who have plan- Bed and are behind the idea have a thorough conception of the responsi- bility to the young, and have chosen on appropriale method ot instilling in- to them a love which, di- rectly brings in its train a love for tho farm and a love fpr home. The inter- est awakened is also a refinius one, with'its reflei action on disposition and character. Beyond this s it makes for contentment and helps to counter aiMi allay the rising epidemic of un- rest. A knowledge of Mature, which the interest arouse 1 in the school iVir brings about, is an asset in the in- fluence it has on the youthful mind. In the beautiful things in the shape) of flowers, In the useful things ehape of Nature Is beneficent Is not aware of the fact, that'the war time legislation for protecting honest debtors who through no fault of their own are to-meet their lialtilit- ies is still" in Tiere i til I." ilia appeal to. the" judge Jn. chambers- f-.-r the leave to put into force machinery for the collection of a debt, and hi sanctions or disallows proceedings ac- the merits of the case. But .even this, protection for .the honest debtor. In that arc made, appears to be sometimes abused by the unscrupulous debtor. It be- comes, therefore, an economic prob- lem which presents a difficult solution. At the eame lime lo "bear and for- where it can ba applied, should be a good'motto to keep In m'md. R. B. WRONGLY TAKEN. TO TASK. Imagine R. B. Bennett being charg- ed wilh being a "Little and the insjnu'alitju being cast thai he li ialist! That- IB ex: he crjt- the.jresent necessity ot.taking cases to the Privy Council as a court In what year were the Houses ot 'arlianerit destroyed by fire. vas the rebuilding started? and C. Wijo laid the fouadallon stone o: the building, and who the cor- ner stone of the main lower! WEDNESDAY'S' QUESTIONS 1. What is (lie lejjend of (he well K.'yneV Raymond School Fair Next Week Mie puojic. '1'ao coaimntee Ir 2. Who was the first kliedive c-l I charge of the .show have been work- yyi-t. ami how dues the title rank! under tremendous handicaps'. But 3. -1" i. Who are the .._........._____ SVho was known'as the Great Chain of Literature? What is the orijiu of "to draw long uieatuus to esasirer- 0. was the symbol of Hygeia, the god-Jess of health! ANSWERS 1. The'legend-of the well, in Corn- wall. -Kng.. is that if: the "bridegroom drinks therefrom before the bride, ho be master of his uoiue; but if the brhle .gets the-first .draught the sray lie" the .Ismaet 1, is high- or than viceroy, b'u'.' iot so high as sultan, ;t. Followers of Anne" Kutchinson vrhp rotire.d fo Island. Uime and .fifteen -of her-, children were subse- quently murdered 'the Indians 4. The famous a. From the wonderful tales of .Robin Hood and 'other foresters uractiscd'ia the' long A serpent drinking-from-a cap in her hand. they feel that: sornccmc must do tho pioneering In all ilicse movements anil so are making thi- best of things determined to pu! over the fair in as effective a style as possible. The government will appoint the judges. Compelitioiis lu all lines of work connected with child life will bo entered. A prominent feature in-Ill of course, be the vegetable display. Tlia government distributed the seeds and the school children I'lautcd them and cared for the growing gardens during the summer. It Is observed thai-there are some splendid children's gardens through the-district so that a good fair Is certain so as tho vegetable classes are concerned. Eric Tucker, of the public school staff, is the secretary. He will be pleased to furnish any information re- garding the fair. WINNIFRED THRESHING RETURNS ARE NOT UP TO EXPECTATIONS n ur wr- r-jTresjv-TuJnno Sept. A. E. Ken: dall went to B. C. to look after somo apples being shipped to the U. P. A. society this month. Harry WInchccmbe and Tommy Dunn were out" hunting this week and captured three coyotes. Tommy has two splendid hounds that can chase and search any prairie wolf around this district. Threshing Isn't progressing Yery fast uad many .complaints .are made on the yield not coining up. to expec- tation from all reports. James Larsen, John Popel and Jim PRESS FRIENDS PICKED UP FOR T 11 E B U S t MAN PINCHER'.CREEK'.! Se'o ot "last, resort, acd stated that "Canada Fisher made a business trip to Grassy South Aiherta Haygrowbrs'. probe is school-fair in the way ol prizes for should leave "him open to any charge I. Cameron, has'been removed to Col- Animals .which any of the children may-happen to own. This encourages Llndnessjind a tender feeling iu the care and pride taken In these animals enable -them to shine in the com- fair. tin'-Ureiseh'oof fair the-bestride of tire child" is 'appealed to. He and she are an interest in life at'au early agei and it is interest of -the best krod In communities where- schoc-I fairs are-held-the best, these conmranlUes are served, in thj bringing up of the new generation on .right lines. It is distinctly teaching young Idea'.to. "grow" in the right In both senses of the word. We cannot.bars toi) much'or the school fair. THE CtJMPLAINT OF A "FARMER'S WIFE" Writing to The Herald, a "farmer's savB that a day or. two n member of a business firm called at !the house of a farmer who was com- pletely dried out in 1918. and again ia 1810, for the recovery of money The country districts should be well represented at the Lethhridgft- Coaldale Fair. Keep September 22 and 23 in mind. ._ ui niuuuy "What to do with our boys and owing; .The farmer had just thresh- j girls'" Is a question which will be to ,ed out a crop, very light, owing to in-! the forefront city in a way dif- Jury from wind, etc. During, the coii-1 lereul to its ord'inary application, iversation that took place the wile ofi that he was not a good Surely a man can express tha opinion that taking appeals to Great Britain is still be a nadian Britisher. Eary tor special examination bsjj: a Calgary specialist It 11137 fake years and register-early. Keep the Lethbridge Coaldnle Fair in mind. May, the school fairs mul- tiply. When it comes to the cost of Coste should know, all about it. Lethhrldge has all along been faced with a housing problem. Now we are about to bars a" school housing prob- lem. Win. Munden, st one time Wlnni- butcher, Hir- be farmer happened lo iijtmiuii inaij inq mnniipcg ponce captured a At present there, ar owing to a: small yield the husband bathing girl in nude altlre and haul-'awaiting loading.; nould be able lo pay only fifty perjed her into the police boat with a net cent on'his liabilities this fall. This This Is a story which conveys tho brought the reply from the business florin ic- man, "Well, the banks won't settle us that way." It was the sentiment contained in tie reply that grieves the writer of the has EO successfully overcome should and she takes a sensible atti- make an interesting chapter in thn tude when she remarks that If this Is history of Henderson Lake. It is very satisfactory to know thai success 'lias been achieved after many tribulations. tn indication of the treatment to be eipecled from banks ana business firms uhat will be the cftcct not to the farmers alone but to the Province pnd the Dominion. In the particular case it appears that more than haltlho flebt contracted in 1917 bad been paid ty dint'of hard work, the farmer working outside in addition to iits farm work, the present amount owing being by this means reduced (o J12S. She contends the farmer is doing na- tional service in being a producer and .staying with his Job through bad', remarkable. Hluies. It he IB to get no consideration I matter of his liabilities in. the spirit shown by tho banks and bus- naked truth. The cruise ol .the "Eradicator" on HeHdersou. Lake and the difficulties It The Canadian Manufacturers' Asso- ciation, before the Tariff Commission at Winnipeg, stated that It has never advocated a high tariff and docs not- advocate a high tariff. After all It Is the particular point of view of tlift manufacturers and shows that are satisfied with thinga as they are. with no occasion to ask for more. Tins absence of tho Oliver Twist spirit is iness firms he will give un bis occupa- tion and leare the ranks of producers in more profitable occuna- .tlon arid' with le.93 privation and phys- ical suffering. In consequence, she (adds, the much deslret! production which is called for as an offset to the ;hlgh cost of living will suffer and the Iconntry'B food he diminished. A "farmer's wife" Is logical in what particularly in the Instance lihed Vhere! 'th4 -IndiTl'dual has fin honest attempt to liquidate The Cerman guns have been for n clety lime guariilng llie city hall. They have' been changed from time to lime In Iho direction to which Ihoy have btjn made "point. It is time, how- ever, that their rowing ground should be [-liansMl anrl the ulilniaie (jte -le-. cidccl on. At tiic jprosent time these Iroplilcs arc not the func- tions tliey aro inlonilud for. tlibiish they are made to serve the purpose of guarding tho city hall from intruder? lit nil .dlrrrlffiTifl, in liio Are made to.poiiit.', Surnly [hay lie not meant for a German menace'. CROP'ISiRUJSWNG- 25 BUS. TO'-'ACRE (From Our Own MACLEOD, Itepdris from Mud Lako tbreshiog niachinQS are that the returns so far of wheat 'arc good with .Vo. 1 quality., The same lia received from sbnlh 6f. Ma'cledd. Threshing will be. general this'Wcek. Many owners of threshing machines are finding il-drffinirt to their crcwa as eneineers nnd separa- tor men arc scarce, with the -result thut wages arc soaring. f .1. liiirke, travelling Veprtacntative o! the Pcrmap'r-iil Loan Asw clalirm, was in Maclcod this week, and reports business in his company's line Is very good, with prospects 'of good collections this year The children's cxhibiMon of veget- ables, anrl work will be held in tlm Town Hall on Saturday, September ISth, 18-0. A large mmi'bflr of entries have been maiio. It Is being helrj Inj l.ltl'le connection with tho aKricullural 30- Harry Long, living cniiUi of Maclcqd, reports n good yield of wheat, whltli in running 25 bushels per acre, BROOKLYN TRANSIT SERVICE GETTING HACK TO' NORMAL XKW YORK. Kepi: anil nlev.itrd service of the Ilronklyn Itapkl Transit company reached 91 per of normal ihh morning, beginning the day nf tho itrlke oti its lines, any omdaln announced was announced ut-jjlrike head- qn..ners that a mnetfn? oi the. Intir- ui.iije inuirnation- al l.iiltfn of Kleclrlc'Htreet nnllway "ill ho heM iii Detroit to H Srctt, :was- married on Augurt 13th. 1920, and Is now located at Wash. All join-in thorn success and The, trial of Alfred Peterson against j (3so. Bryant was held. Tuesday and i-Iudge La Jiarch djepided again si Mr. Peterson being tbc'one. who commit- ted an by.'comlng on Mr. Bryant's (arm start' a dispute. It cost Mr. Peterson '45.'4D.'.' Father Hat was visiting Winnlfrvl this week. Leo llamel ol B'ur'delte Is helping at the farm of A. J. .Trembly for threshing season. H. T.'Luther made a business trip lo Medicine Hat this week. Mr. and Mrs P. Oe Wald are going to move to Medicine Hat for the winter mouths, no that their children may have steady schooling. Mr. and Mrs. Johp Popel spent Sun- day at the hume of Mr, and Mrs: M. J. Collins. Mrs. HaroM Bowerman entertained Hazel and Ben Sturm of Whit- la on Sunday. Lcvenne and Huethare now opened their mine am] have gone down deep below the mrfacc, which assures the very best nf coal. Harvey IXuis went to Medicine Hat on Thursday to gel advice from Dr. W. H. McDonald. Mr. Darrell ot Button, B., C., is visiting his parents, }lr, and Mrs. -loc Fisher nnrt also looking after his farm and his Wlnnlfred residence. Canhady Is getting along splendlriiy after hpr illness a'sf Is able to attend school. A temperame mcelmg was held on Septcinbor 12th In the- Falrllgtil school. Several good speeches and retilations were given and tho meet- Ing proved a perfect success. HAD FII MB. Kept. anniversary ot Gabriclo Ii'Annimifo's entrance In- to Klnmo was celebrated.yesterday by a grand rpviow. Tho''lejionarles rais- ed tho new slate flag, which is red, witji fiold-stars and .on it. The celebration was most enthusias- tic. of Italians came miles to witness the evenU All the ships and'lhe r werc r means o( tho streots were decorated All Take Grape Juice and Will- iam J. Tells Story of "Dry" State Dinners WASHIiVCTON, Seyt H-William Jennings Bryan, preparatory to the forma; opening of his campaign to elesl members of congress, to-