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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS .WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE-DAILY HERALD THE HEKALD'S PAGE 0V UVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 AL13ERTA, PAGE SEVEN Exhibition Board Places Resignation of Directors in Commissioners' Hands Step Taken in Order to Pave Way For New Body to Put oft Fair This Year if General De- sire in: That Direction is Found To Be Public Prcs. Fuiffield S'ot in Favor Of 'MaUing Start This Year. Odalflale 1 :To Advertise ft The exhibition board lias resigned Tho wny has been wade clear tor any I of'ptiMlc spirited to or-j gaulzc for'a fair Oils summer. Com- missioner H. W. 'Meeob.-: has bcc-n handed tlio resignation" major- Ity of tho members ot board of directors ,who; the city. This liai followed the. agitation tbat has been carVlC'd-'on' in for a summer fair tfcal would not iba as expensive .as .itiG.-ie previously, slascd. au agricuUtin'.r.fttir'would, he a Rood .thing this summer, a fair tbat would 'wen the map.'. W. II. Pairileld, iii this proposal yestenViy. slated1 he .thought Lethbridgo shuuhl.no; bold a fair Ihle year. In Ills opinloh.XH would bo bettor to wr.it until the' j'cceiv- cd the benefit of ?vhen the far- mers would bo jnore. willing .to give an agricultural fair their supp'ort. lie foil that" Iho dropping bade from tho liii'id uf exhibition held previously to that of a small agricultural 'fair, would not bo well received and supported by ctifecnc of tho city. llr. Fall-Held argued" lhat an- fair would not aft OFMlfM Problem Discussed at Thursday Wilt Be Sent to Premier Members ot the board ol trado are unanimous fir t'ncfr ifosire to see lii'o provincial government glvo a full pneumonia inf. and; convulsions 1 chicken pox peritonitis followiog Bppendlcitls 1, Intestinal obstruction myocarditis 2, "tubercular meningitis] district is stepping out (or itself in che advertising gamo and has had published a book is worthy of uralap. The booklet sets out in splen- did. sly.le.; the opportunities for excel- lent homes aud farms Ic'the premier irrlgallou district of Southern Alberta. i Scattered through, the book arc cut. ilhsl sliQw to good .advantage somo of tho products- o( Irrigated .farms near lieauiiful'-hontej sre pic lured and soine.of tho.i'hlgh class Jwe produced Hods g j place in (lie publication: Tho L'oaldaie I consolidated school, a splendid brick ifice, an entire page and for the educational faclil-j All Points Report Shortage Of and Miik River in Uad Way" ter has fouled the farmers in a cost- ly manlier. When hiiy v-'as plentiful in Lethbridse efioris wert1 luude to Uttvc Cardstoa farmers book up a b's supply ahead bui the larmtrs diJ heed iho advice. Fifty cars o.' hay be ueecled al- most immediately in ;he Milk lUver and Warner districts, according to aj statement made by W, X. Merrlatn. ot I.uckr Strike ram-ii. These dUtrlcis are practically devoid of feed and ac- 'cordinir tu Mr. Mcrrlam relief in u few ll> cars will be coinlBt: to and Vainer within i. C.P1RE: RANGERS BEAT ALBION 1-0 Canadian _ JM o" resumed bt- 19 a ?cTcn sleepers will ba attached lo trains Number 1 and i." On May tho service be pgaiu started and the Trans- Canada Limited, trains No. 7 and S will commence. One month' trains >'o. IS and 14 idll start the St. vies provided. Coaldale.: is. only r.ton Associaled Press) In a Scottish cup miles 'frorri 1. stillborn 1, shock fulloivuik1 child, birth, paralysis of intestines 1, rup- tured gastric ulcer 1, premature birth 1, patent1 foramen ovaie 2, stove in the hub of the Irrigation summer Is.quite easy to rcacj bj a SM eiu jof grod roads.1' Tl e IwoV was produced In the Hcrald's: job'room, has been receiving.applications for hay from with these applications stories of stock dying rap. Idly have It appears that the district Is prac-' tlcally depleted of iiay. However this appeajs to be another case where'win- to 1 gunshot wound..in I- 1 Mmli.ni-dlMc 1. nt-ncalllKrirtiv' t 1 .....n i Second Life Guards. Ceo. Aldrtil has boeii Lisdcsy treasurer. appointed Lakes will start from Owen Sound on May 3 and from. Tort McNIcol on May' 29 and from Fort IVIHlain on the same: 'dale. the meeting: Of the board on day this vrafi marie and in a'reau- iulion forwai-ded to the goverflment through G, R. 3 president of the board, the simc stand Mr. C. R.'iMa'moch Is watching the deliberations of thn provincial govern- ment ou the Irrigation bill and spe- cial bill to provide. aEglelance to, tho Northern in the mutter ol raokiug the project's bands saleable. Mr. Marnoch appealed'to his fellow citizenB for further assistance In ob- taining material to influence the pro- vincial government. There was considerable on.tho irrigation1 question but ihrough cndoccrditls 3, senile 'dementia 1, ocarditls 1, pyllltes cynlellr, I, bi-on- I chilis 3, fracture of curvlcal 1 rupture "of spinal.cord 1. Total 31 Results of Milk Tecta 4.5 Chief Mountain 3.8 Crj'stal Dairy.............. 3.7 lluttenvick............... 3.2 Tests of Milk for Sfdiment Grade 1, clean; giade 5, dlriy. Watt 1 Chief Mountain.............. I Crystal.Dairy............... 1 Bntterwick 4 Isolation Hospital Fatienls admitted during March Scarlet fever inuirai i.ui nuum nui a" unnuiiupus opinion that gutc receipts to ina'sa' It 'a paying iho government, slipuld .give a full jiroposiiion, or alto it ;o suarantee. Those who spoke did not brea'u ovnn. believe' that' K fguarantee would value ou cioiiey rnarhets to allow .the suc- cessful conclusion project. Many fell that1 if the project falls Ihrouph it-would-be another'Southern Alberta land fiasco'and .would be a dis- grace to the province. They want to Jeel that when the work commences it will be brought to a successful [jn- Jsh and will not be necessary, when tile work is three parts completed, tolheld down'cohsldcrably below this for go about the country begging money, la Week at the end of .which the bal- Several wanted the.resolution pass- ance of chemical'was entirely nsed np cd ou March 13 endorsed. Others felt land the water again became Inrlml, that that was.not sufficient to mcct'the count-roso lo bacteria per the needs of Mr. Marnoch and It was C. C. and tests for pollution oil that point that .the discussion live. The chemical, lew hingqd. Finally a commllteo was np-Jars lalcr but it is taking spmo'timo pointed to draw up anew resolution. 11 w-as 5ni alter; native proposed; uiiswercd by the argument thnt only a full guarantee will meet the needs ot the Northern. Scrcral letters have'Passed between Interested nanicc- cnhcernSb'g; action of the fair -board. 'On Mnrch 11, promnted by repeated calls. Couimis- tiotier wrote to'W. H_. FairJleld "as follows: "With.further to ifl'y cbnvfersation's with you. re fair. 1 etlil.ot the opinioa that it would be advlfoble to together the mem'' bers exhibition soclely. "H seems to me that if this organ- lutloii deuldes'to hold a fair this year It would be well that' it officially In- form tho public to this" effect and "then If, formed-of members of the old fair hoard or, any other body that may'be organUed for the purpose of holding a fair were to .get together they ..would, know .they, course for. inay .wish lo L- In reply to this Mr.-.Fairfield wrote: receipt-of-your letter sonic little, in regard to the advisability, of casing a meeting of the old exhibi- tion bop.rd.to decide, definitely or the other regarding the holding of a fair. 1 would say (hat 1 wrote Sir. Me- who has. since Mujire left, Rcted.ias secretary protein, biit he was absent from the city ,for a number of days "and" when "he returned in discus- sing it togetlier with a number of ihe other decided that tho inost.'senFible thing under the circum- stances would be to lender our rcsig- j Kepqii of Acting Medical Health nations and the wny perfectly Sunulv M- cioar for a reorganization to bo affect- "lulu. "aler nuppij .11 ed. We are, thetefpro, handing you the formal resignation bf tlie majority of tlie directors living in the city." This Idler we.s accompanied by the "port of the Acting Medical following: "The directors ot Ihe' omccr ot Health; DivLaftorly, for tho Lethbridge oxhibitlon board who [naalh of. March gives the following elected la.il year and whose names number.ot eqntagiuua. and infectious are attached beg to state that, In the city: Li the fact thai at tho regular annual ?vcr ]1 meeting called for Iho election of of.-1 fleers last fall it was Impossible to! get a quorum and owing to the facti that we aro now only nominally hold-j lug office due to the fact that our BUC- ncssors have not been elected, that _ Patients discharged during March Patents discharged during .March Patients remaining March. 31st Scarlet Fever............... No! ot Hospital days............ 1 21" City Water About the 10th of the month tro waterworks department became very short of coagulnnt .for the miration to the delay of a'ship ment from Chicago. Oil the 13lh the number of bacterln rose to per C. C. and the presumptive tests for 13. Col i were positive. The count was to get.lhe plant .working, order agyih, and although there' hns been no' evidence ot .pollution- since the 27tli, the. bacteria count Is not yet, UUWIl IU ILIUU Kingston tinsmiths are asking for SO-'cents an hour, an increjise of-ten cents'. FRIDAY SATURDAY Fresh Cut TULIPS and DAFFODILS 1 per dozen See Our Window THE-TERRILL FLORAL CO. 604 THIRD AVENUE, SOUTH K Daily STORE NEWS Veal per }jn 36: Del Monte Pumpkin, dry pack. per tin 25c Dill Pickles, large, size, per doz..................... 30c Corn, Dsl Monte brand, Califor- nia Sugar, per tin...... 25o Pink Salmon, tall cans, 2 !or 65o Sardines in mustard 10c Toilet Soap, 5 cakes for 25c Marmalade, King Beach, per pall Tea, Kerr's Special BAKING POWDER, NABOB Regular 30c; on sale, 2 tins 45c Ginger and Green Fig Marma- lade, per Jar............ 45o Jloyal Enlad Dressing .25c 45c Horso Radish, .Taylor's... 30o FlorMc. Grape Fruit, for 2Sc Fresh Asparagus, per Ib. 35c Apricots, Gold Bar, per tin 30c. reaches, Ubby's, per tin.. 4Ss Fry's Pure. Concentrated Cocoa, per tin Me Pimentos, 2 tins tor 45o Wire Clothes Lines, 50 foot Glass Wash Boards, each.. 68c Witch Hazel Cream, per hot. 20o GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED most Normal Again wo wish to tender to yon our .formal so that there can'be ab- Mcasles 25 Chicken .Pox 1 Tuberculosis (Gait Hospital report) 2 Typhoid Fever (Gall Hos- pital report l Tho typhoid (ever case reported is a resident of Magr.illi; ann.one ol the Eolutcly .no obstacle, real or'lmagln- K'herculosls casea a resident Of-Taber. that would prevent a group of i Deatns jmbllo iipiritcd citizons getting togefb- Broncho' pneumonia 1, inflluenia or and reorgnnliiiig (lie board, 2, inanition tuo object in view of holding s fnlr'1 ,SePllc 3, scarlet fever tills summer if such was thought nil- jvfiooplng cougb, visablc. Signed, W. IT. Fnlrfirilil, P. 1 T.uad, H. G. I'icrke, A. E. nuiiiphrica. I J. .McXicul. n. T. Brymncr, W. D. King nntl II. 0. 1-one" In ra.'crence tn (he Coinmiasiraicr Mcocli'geve'llic Herald' the tollowlns ntntement: "I have "no! niithorilyrlo accepl.lhcse rcslgnoUon-i. lull am hfimllug snine to you for Ijcatlou Thot iio.sition now bo that tjic moinbcrs of the-plrt board or any oliiers interested mlitht. call'o! mciitlftg and re-organlzo the Leth-1 exhibition board or In lieu thereof, if u meeting of persons Inter-i ".sled were erilleil nt lonst fifty paid j MiomborHlilpi: of ono dollar e.ich were i obtained a fair board misht be organ-j Izeil." In oilhwcaso tho government j grant 'would presumably bo obtain- able." Weil well served and moderately priced is what makes this a popuiav and satisfying place to eat. The Yale THE NEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH BOARD OF TRADE HEARS INSURANCE MAN E. A. Lilly, of Cnlgnry. dolly crcd a falk on fire In.lWaiice lo the meeting of the board of trade Tli.uraday. Mr. Lilly nvgucd tha! bupiness incii should bo careful lo see (hat tlii-y surficlent insiirnucc. llu toll! them 'j( thi! Increased cost of building materials and used if fis mi arj gument for the carrylnK of suf- licicnt inaunncc-. Arrexicmicil o'connt of (ho isddrcsfl will later. Investigate the New McLaughlin Light Six AT F.O.B, LETHBRIDGE We invite comparison of this car al ihis price foitK any oilier car value offering today. e Motors Ltd. P'O Box 538 RESIDENCE IJlfA wJt) HoultT Local Manager, Residence Phone 16S7 HOME BUILDING vs. HOUSE RENTING LUMBER is selling today in Southern Alberta for less money than In any other part of Canada.' IN THE PAST it nifty have been cheaper to rent a house, but tba Wise Man ot today, will build und own His Own Homo. HOUSES for rent will get scarcer every will continue (o Steadily Increase, which meaiiH that tho owner of the house yon aro now renting, will bo able to aell at a good price. 'What will you do Ihen? .LUMBER will not come down, it will be higher in the fall than it h lllght Now. You can build to your own plans and specifications at yery little Citra cost, thnn to buy on old house ami fix it over. COME and talk it, over with us. We liafe all Ihe latest plan books .Bungalows and Colonial Homes.' CONSULT US, wo are specialists; you will not be under any obli- gation.- WE SELL LUMBER-WE AIM TO SERVE. YOUR INQUIRIES SOLICITED, .____ H.N. YARDS AT' LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DA.YTON, MOIL ARCH, NOBLEFORD, NEMISCAM CIVIC EMPLOYEES' UNION No. 70 list Drive and Dance V IN BURGMAN'S HALL GR Friday Next April 9tli COMMENCING A.T P.M. GOOD PRIZES MRS. WIULETTS' REFRESHMENTS TICKETS SOo (NEE MISS .ARNOLD) ORCHESTRA Good News for the Dairy Farmer The hultcr market hss advanced so that we are now able to (tuolo an advance of eight cents per pound butter fat. Tho price until further notice will No. 1 Sweet Cream ........................72c por Ib. B.'F. ,Vo. t Sour Cream 69c per {b. B. F. No. 2 Sour 66c per Ib. B, F. pay express charges on the cream and then return empty can, and jiay (or tho cream by return mall by Domin- ion Express Money Order. We aro always in the market fnr cream. Sweet or Sour, and yoti may ship lo us at any lime. all (he (rains. We aro in tho market for sweet milk. Write or phone us, Crystal Dairy Limited .WE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN WESTERN CANADA IN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND 9ELL DIRECT TO TANNERS WE'LL BE OLAO TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUEST, AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE. 3. I.ETHBRIDQE PHONE 635 HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG, We Pay Highest Prices for FYPT TO r1! TTYf'' PELTS AND FURS WE ADVISE YOU TO GET OUR OFFER NOW ON ANY QUANTITY. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 ST. S, P.O. BOX 5 ;