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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALU THE LOCAL NEWS WHEKK YOU EXPECT IT. THE DAILY THE HERALD'S PACK OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TiiuuspA ALBERTA, PAGE. SKYEX District No. 18 Winers Will Benefit by-US. Miners' Raise _____ r 'Understood Here That Proportional Increase Granted lo Alberta Agreement to Be Signed to Embody Wage Increases When U. M. W. of A. Complete Reorganization of 0. B. U. Camps. IncrvascU v.nxci and blBher prices becoms members of tha United Mlao for coal aicln sight ii District N'o. IS Workers of America. A full crew VATU a ivsaU of tbo ceillvuieut of tlioi working today at both fniiies. controversy ot ib'o bituminous! It is also elated that somo mor; cod of tV.e Hta'.ea. I men' have returned to work al Can- 4 Q ff ff Lethbrldge district was i _ vlrfcaJy for machinery. GAMES CAt-liSpiOFF -I'l, Giving to crop condiUous last practically No football 'or baseball games will be In. brlOge tomorrow. Blaiuo the weather. Jock Anderson had 'a fine team all picked out-'to biiUIe with tome of bill Holbsrton's followers at Adams' Park at three o'clock Good Friday. Tho Miners and the Banters ex- pected to stase a baseball game. farmers ablo to put in a large amount ot .work In the fall with the KO clopcly to touch' with the meat In Ihlfi uilniug i'irid. The Increase'? itroiitol >iio soft co.'.l miners aoiuis Is 27 per ccnl. No. 15 Min- ers .will this amount remains Lbui tht're it aa underjtanuiiis bcVireon tiie operators and of tlio.district, arrived at when llie' temporary agreement was summer, that whatever o -was.'ernaleil In the Staler. be followed by a ,E: her'f.'. at'reenvont uiider which Hie teal miiuTS oi the, Alberla-SoulheaBl- U.' C. field ara ivoriting at Ih? 'line is-a .temporary one con- cluded by W.'il. Armstrong, director uf operaUOiis year. A newj bet'.xtea tlio two parlies weald-'have beoa signed bffora this ilmo hod it no! been for the nc- if'.lhc On.: Union, as tho v.-ar coi'.irol c.f uilnlng .operations llbwc-Ycr, (he op ii.lcrea Tls i and.Uellevue. is now only ono mine in the Crow'a Nest Pass that Is Idle. This Is the Crsen Hill mine al Blah-more..Partial crews aro working at Cannsoro, Hill- crest and Uellcvue. it Is now oipected that be- tween two and a halt and tbreo mill- ion acres iu this railway division will bo put into seed. This figure will be i a small Incroasa over last year. A great doal will dtpeml on whether the' fanners' will be able to get financial j aud K-ed this spring. Should ically T-N t FPrSlflTl SHf! year A C1HCU1 ClilVl Ji. Rebellion Veteran, Geo. H. Macdormell; Is Dead find the moncv msrkets ready A figure iiieiiifticd with them it is likely that tne in.; history of the iwssed sway In ni nr" Usan at this morning Ihe death oC! anticipated. I George Hugh Macdonnell. Dominion During March Ibc maiimum c[ the. local laud office. aln're v.-as 64 ami the minimum 33 be-' ceasod, who bad been ailmn for some low, which .was recorded on tiie Elxtli.l dlei1 residence on 9lh St., The maximum mean temperature was -ae wse "I i- years, 37.16 and tho minimum mean, j The late Mr. Jlacdonnell was a fam- leinporaluro for the month; iliar figure in tbe city, through which v.-as :t'58. Snowfall rc-acheJ S.t'O'be nccustomod lo be wheeled at Inches, which is (he highest for March! limes, owing to seven? attpck.s of past twelve years. rlicumaiibrn to which he was liable, atirm was ;.SV incbos and the'One of ibc oUIesi. of old-timers, ho of whVblcaioo west with the Wolseley expedl- is tlio fourth hlgtiest'figure for In ISBO-TO, for during the twelve years. ifirs! lliel rtliclliou. I'revlous to that early he took part Ftn- Ian Raid 'in I860. Before coming, to Lelhbridge Ihe late Mr. Macdonnall was lu charge of tho land office at 3ledieine Hal until it was done away with. Prior to that ho 1-an.ched for a number of years south of Ihe Hat. Al one time in tlie early years Mr. Maw'oiinell represented AlEoma in the Dominion parliament. He was also mayor of I-'ort.Arthur. Deceased was born in Glengarry. Out. He leaves behind him a sorrow- widow. The only son. Hush, wh" >veut out '.vith the 136th Battalion, Ed- monton, was killed in the war.' Capl. Jock Palmer Tells Board Of Trade Members About Possibilities Ten miles an hour lor c, spjed limit in I.ethlirldBe is .1 proposal'ot Cbief of I'olice Glllespie' llial made many members of Hie board of trade laugh at the weekly luncheon Tiiuriday. "Heller buy {he chief a Ford nnd then he will change his m.u'd." one mem- ber remarkeii. Although the members of the board look lho matter serious enough, to put their altitude into r. rvsolnion, the chief and his proposal ouiic a bit of Joking. With Ib-. condiliou of many of lho city's slre.ils sis they are I the members thought tea miles an 1 hour a speed Impossible to live up I EASTER HOLIDAYS 1 Kiddies are fi'c.e. Teachers will be', j' t'nlgnry for several days attending Al.nvp Tprn This MoiT.inir lho Tcaciu-rs' Assoc-latioa con- liuee zero tins .lnj scttooi board win :tntl Snowstorm (o Make ;to linyo llardlevllle school fixeil up be- f'norl Tnh of ii iforc April 8cllunl t.OOU JOD 01 >l i '.to and some suggested trading thciv cms for horses. An airplane passenger service be-. Sevtra! speakers contended thai fween Calgary, Kdmonton and IjClb-' a teu-mile-an-hnur speed limit would' iTldgo was advocated Thursday Jtict Palmer, of the by Tlo't'Stjjo'tlr.Sp.wltli the Company, at the luncheon of II. t'r.d tli'e'ijnfle-1 Mine Workers the beard of trade. He-was. n'visitor -wni'i rcorqaniatag slill to the luncheon and was invited lo in a rmnber ot the cansps before they' address tiie members. KI-O ia a position to zo lo Ihe op2rat-j He told them that ho could land i-rs and Bay that they are ro-tdy lot any piissenger in Edmonton in thrca liegollate a new-contract "which anil it half lo four hours from the bo applicable to lh'-j majority of tho; time of leavinit l.elhbridge, Capl. Miners of the district and mhlch.'lhc j 1'alaier contended lhal the saving in miners would feel culled uuon, through, time'ami hotel exnenscs: Incurred by thoir affH'atiou wltii the international i travelling by train would well pay be lAr more dangci-ous to pcdcctrians than n fifteen or twenty mils-limit. Ttie reason given was that it is neces- Three ahov2 zero on April niaile .April Fool's Day trut linnio. Know fell and brought] (he lolal snowfall fcr Ihe winter above 57.S indies, Ihe highest it has been for years. The average snow Jail dur- ing Ihe past five years was 31.5 iuchcs. Seeding prospects were becoming bright a.few days P.KP but the fall during Ihe past two days lias set seeding back at k-ast-tsn days. It will nol probably .-.veil after the I. arithmetics under their arms 1 sure back to desks...... and lo keen a certain amount of head- of April before Ihe farmers will be way on a car to make il easy to man- able lo gel busy on Ihe land. Previous age and that momentum could not beilo the last wet spell the land In tho I obtained by n speed limit of ten miles an-bour. "The chief was criticised SEED GRAIN MAM IN TABER FRI. AND SAT. A. AV. Mui-phy, representa- tive of the department ot agri- culture In Southern Alberta in the Interests-of the seed grain branch, will he ;1n Taber on Friday and Saturday to accept orders from farmers for seed gruin. Mr. Murphy will be in Lelhbrldge again on Monday. f-f ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Easter Table Delicacies From World's Greatest Markets SDLinish Cluster Raisins, per EOc and 90c Turkish Table Figs, per Ib. 60o California iiuink-ii Fancy French Shelled Walnuts. extra fine S1.00 Salted Pistachio Xuls. 112. lOc Jlixeil Pickles, fc well's, per bottle Olive's Fancy Queen. I5c, 2Sc, Ollvc-5. Stllflcii.... 40c, 60c, 65o Dressing, Ubby's 35c Salad DreEsiuK, P.oyal 45c Pure AUulfn Honey. Kerr's. per jar............ and (iiniicr and Pineapple Marma- lade, per jar............ 45c Oransfs. Sweet and Juicy. 60c and 75c Oranges. Blood Oranges, large sir.y .....................80c- Kiorida Fruit 15c and 20Q cause the present spee better enforced. The resolution "ws are !iot' called the to I'ccp i fmy business man to use an airplane i to Edmonton.- He paid more went over, to the O. B. U. 1 Mines Again It was officially staled at the office j of tlio director oi coal -operations in I 1 Continuing, hu r.poko oi the altrac- lion of an airplane service around the He dwelt much on. the likeli- I Iiood of photographing ranches from tr and Ihe probable benefit' o[ Mc.Cllllivray colliwlea' at Coletnan has ended, ail th3 men chief's proposal ami point- ed out that all progressive! cities aro I raising the limit, many -of (hem to twenty miles an iA.orefl raising tho limit above the v'ceou miles. Copies .of this j.'ill Ire fonvarded lo the --i'.1. ;lie comniissipners of Ihe city. Mayor llardie did not idiom: the meeting ot the. board.; "Guess ,tbe mayor uiiut be frlgiitdnVd'of the board one. member remarked.' mm Seciiing Only a Few Days V Jlpntli -.Prevailing J Tlie farm' laborer slluation is be- rcmius more acnle every iT.dy. The de mand for r.ven is growing every diy, and farmers fire-becoming impatient, v.l'.ll seedlus; pracllcully only ten days n'.vr.y ;md there is very littls ma- terial In anavror tlio demand. Tho prcv'ailirii; rate o! rosiJleved lit the gcveVniiibuT tobor burcp.u, IiT dollnrrf n mouth. Minrs are flT-io calltr.j; for ino'.l. This morning the Inbor bureau received a rcque.-l for thirty lo v.'ork nn- ilar i-omrtict for a hour pfx uiaclihib men, contract. hours .week, fix maditiio helpers, conlracl, forty-eight hour nud Mven drivers at a day fcr 2 forty-eight hour week. oily hopes lo .acquiw from lho noiiilnloii itho silo of tho abandoned pealttntiarr. AT F.O.B. LETHBRIDGE We invite comparison of this car at this price any otliev car value offering today. Lethbridge Motors Ltd; HOT SUNS .YOU KNOW THE YOU HAD 'Efa LAST YEAR. 40c a dozen Ready Thursday Afternoon ALSO A SPECIAL VAP.IETY OF CAKES AND PASTRY, 00 YOU GET OUR SEAL HOME MADE BREAD? RADISH, GREEN ONIONS, CELERY. NEW CABBAGE, CAULIFLOWER, HEAD LETTUCE, TOMATOES. 'AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. Cream Cheese, Ferrara, Ib. 70c Cf.'ump. Del Mout'e. per bol. 40c Catsup. Clark's, bottle 28c Sardines, in tomato sauce, and in mustard, per tin ___ 096' SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Hot House Lettuce, per Ib Vinegar. Heinz, per bottle 3ilc CvanbeiTies, per liu 'We Veals and Pinches. I7alls. size 2. each 45c Sliced Pineapple 35c Pitted Cherries. L' 54c Apricots 30c .McLaren's Imperial Cheese, JKI- 37c Tea. Kerr's Special, per Ib. 75c Coffee, Nabob, per Ib. 75c Apjilcs, N'o. 1 ,pcr A LOOK OVER OUR STOCK WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE THE GOODS AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. PHONE OR LEAVE YOUR ORDER EARLY. GECX KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED lortli letirid 404 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY Good News for ihe Dairy Farmer The butler market has aavancert so tlmt we are now able to quote an advance of eight cents par pound butter fat.. The price until further nolicu will he: No. 1 Sweet Cream........................ 72c per Ib. B. F. No. 1 Sour Cre'anj 69c per Ib. B. F, Mo. 2 Sour Cream 66c per Ib. S. P.. We pay express charges oil Ibc cream 'and then return emply can. and pay for tho cream by return mail by Domin- ion Impress Money Order. We arc always in lho market for cream. Sweet oi- Sour, and you may shin to us ntftay time. We meet fll tlie Iraln.i. We are in the market for siveet milk. Write or plione ns. Crystal Dairy Limited WMb Choice, Fresh Cut Easter Lilies, Carnations, Oaffodils, Tulips, Sweet Peas, Violets WEJHAVE THg_ Come Early, Come Anytime No Raise in Prices for Easter THE PHONE S77, NIGHT or DAY ;