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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE fHK DAILY HERALD. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 I travelling public library in connection i I with Alberta University has arrived i and ''ecu installed in the town lar.r's office. The lowu pays thlvnienl ou tho books which are exchanged overy thren niontha. U no pi- I pense lo the user of the library LII- i ipss Le keeps book out fov uioro than (no weeks. Then n fine. The stray cattle nuisance all Its praline vifcor. Mr. Jainea who worke-i i for soniciim? on the irrigation dlu-b __ near Chin, has just returned from i Sawrldge at the end of j_( i c- Duuvessn He reports lots of hay aud !n the north country, but no way o! selling nuidi of these out as railway ______ I iraffii- has been dctuoraliied by the i amount of snow that has fallen. (Fwa Our Orn I K Brattle, of Bow Island, TIBER, April eDginm ror (he Judicial dis occupied by_Mr. J. X. Prowsc.i TOS towl, cn Tuesday. MLOFTAie from for Ranch Work IS MlifDFl Evidence in Investigation By King's Bench in Saskatoon Brings Out Startling Statement to R. Shields and be occupied on May 1st by Jlr. R. Morrow. Mr. Shields Is esi'cttliiR wife and family from tho coajt Triftln month's lime The Dr. Leeob houre. south ol the G. F. R. tmcfe, hitB been sold to Mr. 4 o( Lellibridge. Hie, Bowden Btoro is undergoing J. G. Healherley has matte- arrange-! laents witli Curry tu rar.-y an advertising bauuer for his big Ehovvns on the> iiew motor truck. .Tnp llaven, day oiKTitor last tr-rins at the C. P. ft. depot, spent the Easter holiday in Taber. Mr. R. and family leave this week for Washington, Mr. Masking has not been very Ions ino. uo-Tkaea Biuro u> miucifiwiue tor zauiusiuu, thorough renovation at the hands of [where he will make his future liome. pevitt preparatory to being tak possession of by the Good.Coi, of The aacllon sale at Portsous and TBfnter's sale barn, on April 5th; of the stock and Implements belonging that the "drillcrThaTpuuctureil a gas main the Pltiladelphli: conipauy. An error had Uie ot tbevbig pipe line, Wlth'tho "result that Ilie derrick hid bee IJ-inch 'dj-rtl t sijusrely, It. The aiiesWe hole aa itj broke 'Ufroofb the The com- ply uoUtiii and the 'gas shut cff. A new main will be built around the derrick and drilling reiumed. SASKATOOX, April that the invesllgatltii: Into toe affaire of the Vnlvenlty of Sasiatcheuan is praditally drawing, to its conclusion became apparent at IhlE session when counsel for both sides ef tbo case Jtdduced certain portions, of disconnected evidence, as It were, linking up Ihc'loosfe ends of evidence already before'the presiding judges. The dates queries as to, when frictlou was first evident, scrapsvof conversations and in Taber but thcdugh his many the deduptlonsfilrairn Irom the and his willingness to assist In every.; were all with minute ling good cause he has made a Urge placi for himself In the life of the comraun. ity. He will be specially misseJ by de- TENDERS FOR TEACHER'S RESIDENCE- v Sealed leaders will be received by Ihe Board ot Trustees of East Cardi- toa S. O., No. 3756, at the office ot the Secretary-Treasurer up to nooa, Mon- day, April for the nectlon u! a frame accord- ing to Department Plan T. Flans and specifications may be obtained from the Secretary-Treasurer oil payment of a deposit of rive ivhlch will be returned on receipt ot a bona fide teudej plans aad spo- clflcitloas.i 'or tendar will {not necessarily accepted. Plans aud specllicattous aV tlio Departraent of Education. Cardeton, April 3, to Mr. Thos. Powell drew a good the churches, the. band, the orchestra Dr. was again called lo Iho witness stand in resumption of his examination by Hugh Phillips. .K.C., crowd and brijk bidding. Mr. Powell} and all concert occasions, no one and in rebuttal of certain evidence forward earlier in the ses- purposes making his home in XorUi-f inore so. wish him the best of British Columbia where the cliai >le agrees hotter with his health. W. E. Torteous left Moisi-.y night for Ponoka where he has another on. The program of the Women's Insti- tute for Friday afternoon In the 0. W. V. A. hall is a full and important one. Mrs.'J. R.'KcbSnson "nd Mrs. A. C Bryan .will' gi'vp reports of she re- cent 'provincial convention monton. A paper, on Canada's Natural llosources will ho siven by Mrs. S. McCall while Mrs. Maynard di cuss current events. The hostossi for the occasion, will be .Mrs. and Mrs. J. 'Lecher. Chief, Fauld's is out after all who success and assure him of a bearcy welcome EhouM he revisit us at any time. The Veterans' Concert on Sunday evening drew u large attendance and was fully up to the standard of prev- ious concerts. The chair was occupied I mng Us one oi the worst thi by fir. Xodden. The following artists could have ever happened in took part in ilie program. Mrs. Walk-1 verslty and vented his opinion that sion repudiated the suggestion that political was ever exerted in, the-affairs of the university. He characterised the action of Mr. Green- way in taking up the matter of the extension C. A. Dun- things that the uni- er. Jllss llesketh. Mary Hammon, Joe Fred Tuffley and Mr. Grecn- .es drive'across, the sidewalk in any part. of the town ami also after those is no telling to what depth of K. Jardtnc. our genial poet, while drayjug on Good Friday was capsized with Uis load into the slough of des- pon ecroEs from the Palace hotel.' In his descent from lace on shares. Col. Portcous who recent- ly from Central Aibervi avers that we know iiollung in the south about snow. Some are attributing the thaw of Tuesday (March 30th) cut Impounded In ic Signed) .'-JOSEPH CILLESPIE 'Chief of Police. Cars Alfalfa Meal At Reasonable Prices. Order Now Before It !s Too PHONB R-217, OR >VR1TB J.B.SCHIMEK In the, matter' of the Extra Judicial Seizures Act; And in the matter of a certain Chat- tel Mortgage: TAKE XpTjCE Hint, there will be sold by (en block) at the Town of Granum, in the Province of Alberta, on'Friday, the 16th day of April, A.D., 1920, at the hour of 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon, the follow- ing goods and'.chattels, to wit: All the.furnltuH, dishes, bedding, and Hi tures constituting'the contents bf the Alhortn Hotel at Granum aforesaid, full particulars and view of.which may be obtained at any time on applica- tion to Ax el Anderson, the In charge. Terms, of sale cash. The undersigned .Is adrUed that Ihe purchaser 'can probably, make ar- rangement's with'-the owner of th'e building