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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta f ALL THE LOCAL WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S'PAG EOF LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, A1MUL LETHBHIDGE, ALBEUTA, PAGE SEVEN riii i nnun nnin rULLDUNU Thursday afti-rapcm and wired to Premier Stewart.: Whoreas tho Board of Trade of the city of ,lhe opinion that a guarantee of two years interest ou the bonds of the l.ollibrldge Xorlh- ern Irrigation scheme will not Insure a reasonable prlce-for tho bonds. Aad whereas tho expert 'engineers fisuro' that at least 95'. per of .sire absolutely necessary lo Ihe conutruetion-ot the system, it is necessary to get" U price for ,the bonds' that will amount ci' nmnoy. Following-Is the resolution of the amount required ib complete tho Board'of Trade ou the Lcthbrldge Northern bond proposal us decided ou at a1 special meeting i far the government to fully guarantee thq issue. Xoiv therefore be it resolved- that the Lethbrldgo Board of Trade to meet tho situation by-giving a full guarantee- of the estimated, cost amounting to of the J.eta- lii'idge Northern Irrlgat-lou scheme. C. F. JAMIKSO.V. Vice President. JAS. ROSE, Secretary. Lethbridgo'Hoard. OF Traie. Answer Received On Friday morning Yice-Presidoht Jamieson of the Board ot Trade re- ceived a wire from the promier'm'.iin.- swer to the ubovo telcgmm stating ;overnmerit had nob changed And vheress tiie- Velhbridge Board that llio government had nob changed of Trade is of thai tho its miiid aDoiil the .'Irrigation.' only way to bo assured" of the full proposals land otherwise fillej ia willi groves of About twenty acres of.this Inod can be "Irrigated from .thv> 'ditch ami tbis be au excellent piice to grow trees or mlglu be used as aa Irrigated farm If suitable aul ecpuoiul- cal prorteioiis for tlra same could be made.: This latter, vision is a vital GU.O befores suclh a farm should he operated by. tho It is possible th.it clubs or safeties, of various kinds might- m, ereet club houses and a cerbjn.por: lion of this land might be "assigned to them for'that purpose, thej- responsible for the care and aiitje' of the trees, ekv, of a. certain area in return tor the privilege. -.Here again .would he tvi'o anto roads and certain footpaths with vis- tas through the trees giving views of vario'us leaturcvTOI Uie lafeu auu f ity. Camping Grounds It may bo that in the near future it will be necessary for tiro -ally-to vidp camping .grounds, for auto tour- istii as summer campifcg by auto tour- ists eeenis to be' on.the increase and It occurs to me- that part-of Hender- son 1'ark. migiit' be set aside fur tnuC purpose, This mtght help iu keeping on. tho map ji, is' sniehdldiy situated "as a stop-over point by from every direction. Rotary o[ 20 Acres for This Be Grounds lo Be Seeciedr-td Grass in Preparation'fbr Transferring All SporIs -There Planting Program.- A policy Henderson Pavk has been nhinned by Commissioner Meerli, with tlio'object nulling Ihc same into effect. JH the matter pf-irrlgii-: farming, hverily acres, in the cen- tre of'.tTio' golf course, havc'bcen leas- ed lo the Rotary Club for fanning nnr-. that it would be a good idea for the club to Introduce the irrigation method iu the way of a- practical exposition, for the city to build ou in the way of an irrigation policy for the In planting pt trees the contour of the ground'ls to of in u color.sciicmeV ground ih'cro will be light-colored .trees, .to be placed there, ahd oh hie' lower.grqntitl, by the snpreS'.of :will he a; dark green coloring obtainable by tiie planting of firs. Cjjiiimissioner Meecu has drawings for Jho proposed improvements in Henderson Part, and the following is an outline of hig policy as submit- ted: Policy for Henderson Park The policy that will be followed at Heut'erson Park Is to plant as many trees as can be taken care of each year'in order to make the park the jdcnlc ground and pleasure park 'of Southern Alberta, and to develop a first-class sports ground with grand- stand and sucli en.uipmcnt.as may bo necessary to make a real sporls ground, and to keep the lake in condition for boating and swimming. Having said BO much in a genera! way, lei. what this park will he like when the.policy that is being followed has to fruition. Entering the park at the main 7lh Avo, entrance, immediately oif the left or north will be the-grands land and behind which, (west) will ho a wind break of trees.' In'front'of Ihc grandstand and of course north of the car line will he the football and .baseball ground and at the easterly ftnd of this slrclcli about north of the Aquatic Clnb will be tiie iiDwljiig green; This land will be seeded to grain (his year and if tin- tseason !s favorable grass see'i! will, bo sedccd iu "the' grain so that thu land will be back to sod and intent used for sports in Paddling for Kiddles Jtrilio hollow just south of Ihe main entrance .will he a small formal lake burrounded .with trees and hush filled ,'Ilh clear water as a. pa'ddting place for Hie small children. Dwins; to the contour of the ground'tliis should be a delightfully sheltered spol. hand- stand located-to Closer Co-operation Between of West is Aim of the. Conference Final arrangements .for ihe lirsi r.niiual convention of western hoards of trade in Calvary'on May 19. have been made, according to word received by J. Rose, secretary of ihc loca board. An cx'ectilivf meeting .was re" conlly field in Calgary whuu pro sram ivas drawn up. Close co-oporation between hoar.i in the four western provinces for Conference For Fathers on Sun- day Afternoon United Church Hoys" Program he's got. And come, you fio to your your 'good-fellow faca" preiiarcA to pail in the good lime. Tum'H be no furmaiily, I.ong-tailed and "boiled" chins are Be a boy again u'Uh tlio boys for oise Hundred's of ciiUK'hes and ihous- finds of fathers in C'auada arc doing it this spring. We thai you plan tu spend iic-xt iveL'k j-ouy boy. Kiml uui what be does and doi it Tho boys at tbc t'nitod cburcii have their duds lined up for -the -supper. They report to Uie ccnnuiiUcc luat llivre is to be soine There will bo homy sjmpL-hoa. .A few of tho will they can. A tew cf the dads will display their oratorical ability. And an outsider, W. OallQway, vlio kucnre practi- caify us as theoretically ivliai Ue will.talk about, U solng to tell how H father, and his hoy can bo chump. The fellows at this church have a surprise Jor their There will be an .some of eats, and-a big night generally. "Aerial .Stampede" Will ...be' Staged Here If the Fair Is Captain Palmer Says iTirjiuing is .air set for .the big father and eon week, commencing Sunday, Major Ucst-ls to bo here, da'ds and son's afe'expcttiug a big lime. There will bo special sermons in the churches oh Sunday and a con- ference for fitters at.the on S day atit-ruooa. Monday evening "stay -at homo" night, the fathers and is spuiditig the evening together, and the father and pou sup- per. This is the night the show theJr daiis tile kind of fellows ;hey are and whai they ard doing for him and to him. church and Sunday iool. Yhey him to meet the men who arc trying' lo help him sad Tils ch'utn's dad.. You're yrcud of-your son, of coarse. And lie's proud of you. Come along, sit with him at the banquet "board" and fellow ihe other dads what a fine lad you've got..Let .him be proud in Army citadel where, it is expected, showing bis friends .what a fine dad a memorial service will be held. ALL VETERANS ASKED TO CHURCH PARADE AH veterans of Ihe recent war and of auy other war.In which CanaiJa a part are invited to: attend the annual church parade of the G.W.V.A. ou Sunday night. They are requested to meet at the G. W. V. A. hail at seven o'clock lhat'evenvng. The parade will go to the Salvation ge rn Bond issue Id be Held May 15th j Regular Air Spectacle With All the Reality of War is the Proposal r Hirds of Beautiful Plumage Are lielievcd to Have Come Up to Escape Blizzard of pcopto in lite city wh'o avs seen them are ovor'.the anpeanincu in (he last few days of a flock of strange birds. They are about the of -the robin and 'arc resplendent with brilliant plumage Hashing wilh red and gold, and with graceful (ails. Old-timerV questioned as to tho species, say that they have never seen such birds before. Bven such an old- timer as Sheriff young gave it up when the Herald went to him for in- formation. A number of birds were on the lawu peeking at the court house and excited liis curiosity. p. Magistrate Irwin had not seen' the birds, a description or the same, ho thought they were orioles. This Is no doubt right. It is quite pos- sible that the birds have been driven north as the result of the re'cerit tor- nado iu the Slatca in tho district around Chicago. If a fair for mater- ializes, it is on the cards that the Lethhridc? Aircraft Co., will stage an "aerial stampede" for the oc- casion. The proposition, as' at present discussed, is to get co-operation .of the air-concerns in Edmonton and Calgary, and to stage, among others sham fight in the following the line taken'by aircraft-in act- ual battls. Trenches will be dug, casualty stations erected, and so ?n bis ius liKich und sheds jusUwest of.the this convention mi! ptibiei-.i will .Voting on tho bonding issue in the bridge. This will allow'of the hand be discussal that not onlv utfect l-othbriiige Xortbern ilislricl -.vill'take1 1 being close to the sports grounds, the individual cily lint the Jbtrlfl' I'iaco on or ahput May. 15, ,......_ aa H R Dr.nnett aml to an annouhcemsnt uiade fcnl will speak on "Development .definite day 'set until after 0. E. Carpenter, secretary, the provincial legislature has dispos- bathing beaches, boat House and aqua- tic ciub house. Groves of Trees Beyond, east otMhe Aquatic Ciuli, will be, groves of trees, due care toe ing taken to emphasize -the contour if the Canadian Manufacturer's Assq- ed of the special- ftm regarding the liatlQU on "Railway J. district Untie it: Sir Georgia" not' in'uclf- eiitor- beiiig >ihe commeifpeincnt 'of; by plantijig" of iiereVthisi year, .with '.si ningi'pni, as jcljuif ed leading: trie' balance; as; the soinmpnceinent'pivihe' ln.J..this OaiitL'one ASKS COST OF SENATE Tiie Silver Grill will open its addition on Saturday, A four- piece orchestra mil ren'dav music, for the occasion and every-day from 12 to 1.30 p.m., and from 5.45 p.m. to 7.30 p.m., music will bn rendered. Official opening will take place at 12 noon. The liberal patronage which has'hecn accorded the grill under N. H. Murray's-mun- agemenl, has resulted in the opening of the annex, which v.'ill maKe it one of the lending cafes 'in Southern Alberta. ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS iug wiir-be made, -th'e'talance having pathways -anti open vistas through which the- more important features of Ihe-'lnfce, city, etc., may ho seen. i.V pump operated by the motor on the weed-cutting scow will be used to irrigate the trees. Irrigation On tho south side of the lake pro- vision is inado for ii golf course having 200 feet wide clear fairways and llio April Canadian C. V.C., hiembev for Skeenn, hsk- ing iu the house on Monday the iin- nual cost of the senate, including in- dcmnlU.es- and travelling exncnscs oi meinliers, also cost of administration. Ceiery. per Ib............. 20c Head Lettuce, each 20i Fresii per Ib. 20: Florida qrapc Fruit 20c and Oranges, autl juicy, per doz............. 60c and 76c Apples, wrapped, rer box................... .Palm Olive Soap, 10 cakes Si.CO Infant's Relight, 2 boxes 6Sc Pcndray's Pearl Castile Soap, tivin bars, each i.---- 10c IjavenUer Batii Soap, 3 cakes for..................... 256 Circular Vegetable' Brushes. 15c Lime, 2 for...... 3Sc X Llriibiirger Cheese, per .brick 63c McLaren's Creanj Cheese, two Roll Hams, per Ib......... 45c Sliced Smoked per Ih. 55c'! Breakfast Bacon', .whole or, halt' piece, per Ib............ 55c Sweet Mustard Pickles, In bulk, t-srion, each Catsup, Clark's :pe-r bottle 28c fcachlade. Fniitladc. PlunilaUe, per jar................. ,'35c'.. Mushroom Catsup, per hot. 35c- Finnan Haddie. Thislle Brand, per tin 25c Sardines, King Oscar, tins Sac.'.- CanaclCan Boiled vvitr. vegetables a.iut gravy, tin 30c Ilipe OllveE. per (in 25c SPREAD ITALIAN STRIKE' LONDON, to a fronuilomo, leaders of the Socialist party'are considering the extension of the general strike now prevailing in soine' parts of northern Italy. Troops have been sent to sev- criil of the altecicd districts." Well prepareJ, well served ejncl moderately priced is what makes li'iis a popular and satisfying place to eat. The Yale -THE MEW CAFE 212 FlfTH STREET 80UTH j leweUeryMade To Look Like New We make a specialty of Diamond Setting and Ring Making as well, as all kinds of jewellery, watthes ancl clock engraving. All work fully guar- anteed. _ It-will pay you to inspect our stock of diamonds, watches, clocks, jewellery, cut glass, ivory ancl china before buying. V No trouble to show goods you buy or not. Bender's Jewelry Store-{ 331 FIFTH STREET OFFICE 1334 RESIDENCE 1383 W, Koult, LOCH! Manner, Residence Phone 1GB? nn n r.u. Box HOME BUILDING vs. HOUSE RENTING LUMBER is selling today In Southern Alberla for Icss'money than in any other part of Canada. IN THE PAST it may have been cheaper to rent a house, hut Iho Wise Man of today will build and own His O-'.vu Home. HOUSES for rent will get scarcer every (Jay. rentals will coutluuo lo Steadily Increase, which means that the owner of the, house you are now renling, will bs able to sell at a goort price. What will do then? LUMBER will not come down, it will he higher ia the Jail thai) nighl Now. 'You can build to your own plans and specifications, at.very litlle extra cost, than to buy an old house and fiV. it over. COME slid talk it over "with us. We have all the ialest plan of Bungalows.and Colonial Homes. CONSULT US, we ore spcciaVisU; you will not any obli- 'WE SELL AIM TO SERVE. YOUR INQUIRIES SOLICITED, EN. BECKER, GenevafManager, YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, HEW DAYTON, MON- ARCH, NOBLEFORD, NEMISCAM FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED GootiNews for Ihe Dairy Farmer The hiillcr market has advanced so Iliat we are novVblo to tiuoLe an advance of eight cents per pound butter lat. The price until further will ha: No. 1 Sweet Crejm........................720 per Ib. B. F. fao. 1 Sour Cream........................ 69o per Ib. B. F. No. 2 Sour Cream Sfc per Ib. B; F. Wti pay express charges on Ihe croani and then return emply can. and pay for tho cream 'by return mail by lloniin- ion Kxprcss Money Order. Wo'nro ahvavB in the market tor cream. or Sour, and you may ship to ns at any time. Wo meet all tho Wo are in the market for sweet milk. Write ov phuuc ns. Crystal Dairy Limited We able (o procure a: few pairs of' .HeavyTruck Chains FOR SALE BV-THE ARE THE LARGEST DEALERS IN WESTERN CANADA .IN HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS, and TALLOW AND SELL DIRECT TO TANNERS WE'LL BE CLAD TO SEND PRICE LIST ON REQUESTi AGENTS FOR'MINED ROCK SALT A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE, 3. LETHBRIDOE HEAi; OFFICE; WINNIPEG. PHONE 695 We Pay Highest Prices for TTPT TO "HT PELTS AND FURS'1 YOU TO GET OUR OFFER NOW ON ANY QUANTITY, DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS; 320 61h ST. S. P.O. BOX 5 ;