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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY frER ALP THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL ALBEIVFA, PAGE SEVEN But Public U Snapping it Coast RefiwriM Will Start Shipping goon Sugar Is again plenlltul In confeisin'e friendship to the .labor in- FREE LOVE SAffNA terests. The speaker particular alien- lion lo one man, whom he said head ol tlio secret service In Winni- peg at the llmo of the great sympa- thetic strike In llial city. This maa, tie speaker' aliened, hud lha City honeycombed with spies, whose dtlly reports he handed over lo tho citi- zens' committee, which was composed of and moneyed interests SEED GRAIN AGENTS BEING o( Referring to the raids made in Cai- A. Murphy is still kepi uimy gary when soclslisltc literature was supplying seed to the Iirmera in the seized by the police. Al'derman Heaps couth 6( the province. In a few days the appointment of M. H. _Anderson, bridge but Just how long this condil- nl Barona, la be conflra- >Ir. Andejrscn then ;will bo 'an alleged that the same literature had been distributed by a government agent, who. when the lima came, told the authorities whernjhis literature .Harry Bright Io.oV.lng latter of tho government. farmers at Mapleod and A. D, Lamoat Is on the Jobpat Cardston. Ion of aHalrs will last storekeepers do 6d ..------____ not llko'lo predict. Tho demand for: (norjie4 to a'qt a's an of the tad gone to." The speaker emphasized eugair has Increase! In the same of; 'agriculture la dlstri- that at the time this alia was sell- portion as tho: supply and tho result Ing the literature he was in tho eti is thiil Ihe product is being purchased _...., i ns it is being placed on the market. Campbell, Wilson and Home have received threri cara ot sugar Ihls week und have found a waiting market. In- dications are that they will bo able to j receive a good supply for some lltllo j time! The Pacific rofmerlos aro now lii a iioslllbn' to chip'Immediately and Iho-easlern refineries are catching un on Ihelr, trade and shipping rapidly to the west.- Sugar is now selling In Letlibridge i to the cqnanniers at twenty-one cents a pound 'and there Is no Indication at present that there will be any change; In Ihls figure. of1 Declares They Had Labor Un- the principal retail gro.ery stores In i jong Honeycombed With this city showed the price of while] to bo 19 cent's a ponnd. nnd TO BE DEPOHTED Kanmlo, the Finnish fe- male of frte' love, It now under fer deportation pend- Ing an appeal the same which sho hai roetetered. and un- til ths comes up for Inj) the It out in hall. An Immi- gration board ofjlnqulry, with Mr. Jones, travelling-boundary Inspec- tor, presiding, looked Into her case at a sitting held In the R. C. M. p. barracks, and decided that she ihould be cent back lo Fin- 'land. The itro evidence; aaalntt the was from Can- 'more, where, at'a Finnish meet- Ing, she was alleged te have preached Another Instance given or the ac tlons of the mountles and employees of the government was the offering of five hundred dollars and a trip to Austria, alleged by the speaker, to i have been made by'an .official of the! R. N. W. M: P. to an Austrian in Van-' fiourer, who had given evidence at pre- liminary trials of strike leaders In Alderman Heaps stated that ho was giving these instances to show what'the labor people had to combat. Ho was addressing nn 'probably one hundred-in the strike, on the authority of the mem started to arrive In greater numbers at the provincial labor bureau In kethbrldge fur work for At the present time the files of the bureau contain appllca; lions otj'ifsy'eral women who detlro day work, bat.-'Who are unable to ac t-ept permanent positions. The that hai been falling for severnl-da'ya: beginning to affect tho work ot.-'th'e bureau. Fanners wiib. have .requested help aro com- mencing lu turn them back, because they have, notVlmrnedlate use for tho LISIOFKE) tiers of their union, would be guilty men. This not general but Is occur- of seditious conspiracy but at Ihe same lime the right of tho labor' uien to strike was upheld. During his address he referred to the visit of Senator Robertson in when a sympathetic strike was called to support the civic employees then fighting for certain rights. On thU occasion the right to strike was maintained, be claimed, but when the' next sympathetic strike came along Uie tables' were evidently lurn- coVhe expla.ned. Referring lo alleged hardship.1! ine. )S 12 cents for brown. There arc no restrictions.- a purchaser being able 10 buy an unlimited quantity. .19 to 22 In Calgary CALGARY, April sugar-Is liable to reach 25 cenis a pound, though there will be plenty lo siyjply For Aid hall. North Lethbrldge, in tho during tho strike in tho matter of the labor leaders now1 serving Of water and milk, Ihe speaker claim- tences in Maniloba Jails. Ho told his! pd that no such thing happened. The audience that ho wanted the support; oiily people to suffer wci'a thoso of labor people In keeping, the afraid to cook their owu bread, and of these men and also iu helping Win' in regard to ralik he claimed that the nlpeg labor organizations In having' supply was su'dcient as the small the sentences appealed to the privy, dairies were able to do more business council. He maintained thai ho court, ihcn than they :havo done since or In a talk-lasting about'an hour and In England would .'uphold the judg-. flij .before. The Tvater supply was a halt Alderman A. A. Heaps, of Win- raenl ot the Winnipeg court. adequate, ho maintained. nlpeg, charged that practices of thai During his address he brought R N. W. M. P. In connection with considerable show the (III-., tho strikes and'arrosls of labor lead- ferent steps-through which the con- _____ ____ crs in his city were anything but fair; ditlons of the labor class_es havo, ine demand.-la the opinion of severalt abovo board. He denounced ths-passed. He tried to explain to tho: EARL OF MINTO COMING It been brought to the notice o! the Herald that it would bo In or- der, before the tax rate was that a oil lie nb' committee should be1 appointed lo examine the asieszor'a compiled list of exemptions, the gross amount, and the reasons for thu same. Inquiries at the city hall In regard to exemptions from taxes bss produced ths following information: Properly exempted iruui taxts in- clude Dominion and provincial gov- ernment buildings, buildings church purposes and lots hot exceed- ing hnlf an acre, schools and lands 1 or held over for school purposes, Gait hospital, city property, railways (C. P. Ellison Macaroni MONTRBAIf-'April young! factory, by bylaws approved by bur- Barl of Minto, son of the former gpv- errior-gciipral' of Cauadu, will arrive In Slontrea'l .tomorrow morning, en route to his nirich in tbu west. He reached St. John last night on the Empress of france and will proceed by a special tram to Montreal, where he will stay at. the nitz-Carllon hotel. .Plowing his.commenced in Ellta- bethca township, near.Broskvllle. factories are exempt from general but not from school taxes. The Leth__ bridge Iron Works aro exempted only If cerlatn conditions are lived up to. Any citizen may object to any item or Items of assessment eilher ot his own or of any other person's erly at the court o! revision The council slate -that there aro absolute- ly no private exemptions. Exemption Values Tuo values o! exemptions o! land, and buildings iu Ihe city are as foV lows: Churches and religious insli- tutlons, land buildings 500; educational Inslllutlons, land JS5.5S5, buildings charitable land buildings S210000- corporation property, land buildings J285.100-, Dom'ri- ion and provincial government.lands; buildings J36S.500; manufac- turing or Industrial establishments, land ?137.855, buildings JS5.250. Total, gesses. The C. P. R. coemption con- lilts of atrip north of Isl Avo. S. and the offices oh-'ith.BU which is exempt from'general .and _ ..Ini_n. school Tho mill and macaroni land, buildings, of the retail and wholesale grocers In as he characterized It, audience what tho judgment or tho the city..: What is causing Iho raise of the" .Mounlies'and told stories of i Manitoba court means to all mem-, how employees of "the government i hers of organized labor. He i worked with union tahormen under' ed that any group of officials of any assumed names and carried' informa-1 union, discuBsing the question of. e lion to the police, at tho same time they ari; not prepared to Ray, ss they all claim they know no more about tho situation In tho refineries lhan tho wnniiu tho moon. The price Is rais- ed to them, and they in turn advance lha prlco3 another few cents as the (Ucas.lon demands. Prices quoted In New-York on raw sugars have advanc- ed .from f I14.-S4 quite recent- ly. AB tor tho price of Cuban raw sug- ars .at 0 1-2 cents, no ono appears to liavo heard of any Eucar'beliis bought at that 16W-price. netiiil prices hero run from 19 cents lo 2.3 cents n pound, according lo quantity.. -J20 to EDMONTON. April Is soiling at 20 cents'and 22 cents n pound.; Somo aloros are sell- ing small lots'at these prices: while others aro charging 20 to 22 cents a pound Mn 100-pound 20 M .Jaw MOOSE J-AW. April all prices ou sugar quoted today are 20 cents, far white, 19 cents for brown. Tho j supply fit present IB rather scarce. -Twenty at Prince Albert PB1KCK ALCERT, April re-1 lall price of sugar here is 20 cents I fi iiou'iid.'- There is a limited suprH' :it present. Cents al Realm RE01XA, April Is rcUll-. ing hero today at 20 cents a pound. I .Merchants aro offering 100 pounds for' ?19.'2o..- Vancouver Price VANCOUVER, B.C., April is 20 cents a pound hero today, though Ht a tow stores customers may secure it lor two cents less. VETERANS WILL ATTEND CHURCH SHE SUFFERED FJEJARS Finally Restored to Health by Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. Key West, five yeai from irregu! ari ties, .with Following a general meeting ol the 0. V. A. on Sunday afternoon In lilo veterans' hall a church parade will ha held at 7.30 o'clock to the Sal ration Army clladel. Civilian dross v.lll bo the order for parade. The- chief.attraction nt the general meeting will be the report of Dole-1 Longworth and James, concern- j ins the Dominion convention recently hold in Montreal. In- pains tad aa awful weakness in 'my'back. The doc- jfor gave 'me dilT- ercntniedicines but .theydid'roenn good. A t ncnd asked mo to try Lydia B. ham's Vegetable Compound and 1 found it to be tha beat medicine i ever tried beeanse it made tno well, and can now do my can I am tolling my friends MM. J. M. CAMUS, 728 Caroline St, Key Florida. Many women at tome period In their life suffer from ailments peculiar to their lex Bad which in most caws may to readily relieved br Uilsfamooi root and herb medicine, Lydla B. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, just w Mrs. Camus found it helped her after suiter- Ing for yean tod trying eTHrythiag in vain! If yoa hate any unnoyir.g ajmntotni fail to understand, write Lyaia B. Plnkham Medic in6 Co., tynn, MMJ. The ot their experience In siiviiinz women on thii ia at .jour WE MAKE IRON, ft'BRASS- CASTINGS AND FORCINGS OF ALL.''DESCRIPTIONS.- ANDKEEPINSTOa MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEARINGS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES, And other .repairs for-. ,the. Case, Reeves, Huinfey and other nonular makes of -Stenm and Gssollne TrnctOra. We havo tlic best facilities for straightening amj.: triieing' Crank Shafts, boring Cylinders, and doing oth- er machine work. Well prepared, well served ana moderately priced is what: makes this a popular and satis fying place to eat-.. ,-r The Yale 218 THE rtEW'CAFET" FIFTH STREET SOUTH Engagement Rings No other.gift" will be treas- ured by the rtelptent. No ether B'ftihould'have cire and dlicratlon In electing. You will find ui pr pared help you In Mleetlng "the ring." R. A. WRIGHT The City's Ltrgcit and Flneit 18M Store 1920 Blook The Lethbridge I Iron Works Co. PHONE 522 go to ti pliyslcinn 16 bo examined for rmy heart trouble ono o( first questions he asks'Is: ''Aro you sh'orl of Now, when tho hoarl becomes wl Ihoro onaucs tt feeling of a chokln? 3. shortness of breath, pal- vilnllon, irregulnr bentlng, eensatlon, dizziness and j v.-cak, sinking, nll-gono feeling of oppression and niixlcty. On the flrnt sign of tho honrt be- coming -wcnkoned or tho nerves un- slrung Mllburn's Heart and Nerve Tills ore just the rotnody you require. They regulate and stimulate tho hearl, and rlrengtlior. and rottoro lho_ ivholo: ncrvo Bystetu. Mr1. Stephen Crousc, East Clifford, >'.H., suffered (or five yuars wilh Ucnrt iroubic. I could hard- ly walk from tho bouse to the barn without resting M used lo get ta short of breath. Doctors could not help mo. My wife lold mo lo got n bo-t of MUuiinTs Heart and Nerve I'llls nnd 1 felt better nflcr taking fticm; Ihrce boscst made me quite well. I am now helping my son to work Ihe farm, nnd can Irulhfully nay I feel like n different man." Prlco 50o a box at oil dealers or mailed direct on receipt of prlco by Tlio T. Mllburn Co., Toronto, PLOMB'S AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ETC. At KIPP, on MONDAY, APRIL 12th, 1920 AT ONE O'CLOCK 1 Cultivator, Spring tooth, 2 sels lefttii; 1 douVe dlno; 1 H- Inch gang plow; 1 wagon and-grain tank; 1 running gear; 1 Me- Cormlck blmler; 1 Galvanized water liink; 4-horao double-trees, 3- horeo and 2-horse doublotrees; 1 press drill, Von Bnmt; l washing uiechlTis; 2 fielo hsrnens; several sets slrapa for six-horse bllch; Imltcrs and collars; 1 complete set of iHea and thread culler; pitchforks and scoops; lanterns; 1 Manscy-Harris mower, nearly now; 1 hay rake; 2 cows, fresh in May; 1 horae, 'j years old, weighs JCOO 3 head of good milk cowe, fresh; 40 chickens; 5 water barrels; 1 baby carriage; 100 kitchen clmirs. good as now; .3 kitchoii tables; 1 phonograph, wllb 12-recurds; 1 Incubator, prac- tically nrllcles too numerous lo mention. sbove list, all sums and under, cash; that amount due Ottuber 1st, at 6 per cent, Jo nl notes, with 6 per cent, discount on credit salts for cash, 1 The 'auctioneer w'H hold regular monthly fralcs st Kfpp in thft future, of wh'ch further notice will be Farmers are Invited lo In anything they want to cell. 1385 P.O. Box 538 W. Hoult. Lacil DeildthM Phone 1M7 HOME BUILDINCi vs. HOUSE RENTING LUMBER Is sclTlng.today In Southern Alberta for less money than in any other part ot Canada. IN THE PAST It may iiavo been cheaper to rent a house, but tho WIso Man of today will build and own His Own Home. HOUSE'S for rent will sot scarcer every will continue "tu Steadily Increase, which means that the owner of the houso you ure now renting, will bs nblo to sell ot a sood price. What will you do then? LUMBER will not come It will bo higher In the fall than It U .night Now. You can build to your own plans-and specifications, J at very little eilra cost, than to buy an old house and fix It over. COME and Lilk It'over'with us. Wo havo all .the latest plaa hooka of Duugnlows nnd Colonial Homos. CONSULT US, we p.ro specialists; you will not bo under obll- E" SELL AIM TO'.SERVE, YOUR INQUIRIES SOLICITED, H: N. BECKER, General Manager. YARDS AT: WARNER, NEW -DAYTON, MON- ARCH, N08LEFORO, NEMISCAM WE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS' IN WESTERN CANADA IN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND SELL DIRECT TO TANNERS WE'LL BE GLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT K CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Cauliflower, per head 40: Pork and Beans, Van Camps, small size. 3 for........ 25c Chicken Haddio, per tin 27o Cucuaibere, each We Ferrcra Cr.eam ChocEC, Ib. 70c I-resh Asparagus, per Ib. 30c Pearl Barley, Scotch. pkE. 15e Salad Dressing, Libby's 3Bo Coffee, lloyal Shield, per tin SOc Chocaletta, iicr tin SOc Water Olass, per tin 18c KELLOGG'S TOASTED CORN FLAKES 2 Packages 25c Florida Crape Fruit, 2 for.. 35c Catellis1 Macaroni, 16 oz. pkgs., Puffed Wheat 15c each................... 14c Puffed Ilice...............20c 16 oz. pkgs., ea. Ho 'Krumbles, psr pkg........ 11c Bhto, the Gravy Maker 23c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS, SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED CIVIC EMPLOYEES' UNION No. 70 list Drive an IN BURGMAN'S HALL On Friday next ApriS III) _______ COMMENCINO AT P.M. GOOD PRIZES .''REFRESHMENTS 60o MRS, WILUETTS' (NEE MISS ARNOLD) ORCHESTRA Good News for the Dairy Farmer The butter, market hsi aoranced ao that we aro now nblo. to quote an cents per pound butter fat. The price'untll tnrther notice wlli be: No. 1 Sweet Cream........................72c per Ib, 8. F. No, 1 Sour Cream B3c por Ib. B. F. 2 Sour Crsam 66c per Ib. B. F. pay exprew charges on Ihe cream and Ihon ralurn empty can, and nay for Iho cream by return mall by Domin- ion Express Money Order. We aro always in tho market for cream, Sweet or Sour, and you may ahip lo us nt any time. Wo meet all tho trains, V.rs are in the market for tweot milk. Write or phone us. Crystal Dairy Limited 1261 2nd I ETHBRIDOE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG, PHONE 655 We Pay Highest Prices for PELTS AND FURS WE ADVISE YOU TO GET OUR OFFER NOW ON ANY QUANTITY. A.WYMAN DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE WJ ADDRESS: 320 6lh ST. 8, P.O. BOX 5 ;