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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATUHUAY.-APH1L 10, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINB SOT FULL SPIEDAL WAS FINED {tammer Storage Orders 1'our- ing Miners Could Be Put to Work Prospects for the coal Business in Southern'Alberta-hi'.vo TO JirCght for summer work as they are .every mluo near l.ethhridge Is now and ex- pects to work all summer. Orders from pari'b at Soutbeni Alberta ami has gained la pressing (he measure. In the Hat the regarded as. one of necessity to gel the city out of iho financial trouWo it was la. Thls[ of the question does not apply to Lethbridge, in thai tho city, In con-j traat to the can get along with-' uui It. In asking for-the tax tho city council, as expressed, did so, In order to liitye the nf a re- At tho provincial police court on Kriday, Ucorgc Spied- al. of Stirling, pleaded gullij- to the cliarga of theft of chew- Ing gum from the Dominion llx- jiress Co. there, and was fined 425 and costs, or lu lieu ot the same, unc month lu jail. serve for taring powers should It considered necessary it. In- that tho necessity is not seen at the from Saskatchewan have.been pouring for .r. with that tho mines aro rentM has Deca! lha' 1S View of Local Milling, crying for men. Jlauy coal firms throughout the southern portion of the province closed down some timo ago hut now there Is a spirit 1f optimism prevailing in ve- fiard to crops this year many of ttiem aro. commencing business again. x A ixttfdu plan has been instituted by poinu mines. At un- iiblo to supply the full demand and aro making their supply go us far as they can. This, it Is oxpeeled, will only jfe a temporary, m lire. Gait mine starts work full timo Monduy acd the Chiuook and Federal arc under way. The Federal 'is closed down today on account of bad roads and as soon as this is reme- died operations will commence again. orders are on hand the mine going all summer. The same report has been received from the Chinook. This mine hus -been going steady since April 1 mid'can use from fifty lo oiie hundred more men. "The Federal will take, as many "men they can get, default In the procedure adopted by1' tho council in not pressing for the; I Thought iit Inadvisable Just Now So Agreed-To Let it i Drop __ and Commence Suit for Malicious Statejopienls An action for damages In the sum of has been filed by Herbert V. j Green and "A'danis, of Green and and; skin dealers, against William Sadowskl. The statement fclleges that lhe plain. SPECIAL SERVICES IN-UNITED Tomorrow the services lu I'ulted Cli'irch will bo of special interest. The! day WIH Initiate "Father aul Sou j fr and_ the men of the gallon aro expected to be in evlilenco IhroujLout the day. In-tho.morning the people will ue j t- privileged to hear Rev. Capt. A. Jl. Ucnoou, B. D., of Kuox churthj LETHBRIDGE NORTHERN BILL PASSES UNCHANGEED president Marnoch of the Board ol TrGdc arrived home from Edmonton this afternoon. The Northern as- sislauce bill was passed by tho house without chaiijse from iLs original form. In tho trial for being in unlawful, possession of liquor, which was a sequel of the Cardsdoa hold-up, through a shulfllug ot names Herman Aldrldgo was mentioned In the place of Clar- ence Slllman as having been fined Aldrldge was exonerated from and in the evening Capt. Uesl of Ihe I National Y. C. A. work Parents with, the i vice and that 'Man on Decontrol of Flour Western t'anada are will speak., _ urged to he present j ,he 0 w In the morning ser-j at 7 'v- evening scr- A all and gave valuable "-i witness box at thc.tlme of ca.dc..' together. Sets Guessers Right Driven'.Here in Search of Feed Hour niiiis or t more anxious to iliavo on baud ___....... j prices, -stated J. F. .Uvlc, of tho Tay- ;lcr Milling Company, this inoruing while discussing tbo order to remove the maximum price on flour. Kxport j trade is the big question with tho mill- ers .and. until something is.done to allow the millers lo compete in for- eign markets there 1s nol likely to be the price of flour.. j No Increate In Ontario I April is not duo for an advance in price, according to lending flour men oC this city, even The strange, bird .visitors to thc city, though the grain hoard has lifted the to which the Herald deterred, arc not' regulations fixing the price. There orioles, for they paid th, outside of the j city hall a visit. -Npr arc the birds strangers lo Sir. -Duff. He hag seen them before..: Mr. Duff. airiong-'hls'other accom- plishments, is'an ornithologist. Ho Is a stud'enl of bird life nnd knows a bird when ho sees ft. ;3VIth regard to the birds spoken.of, lie laugha at thc Idea that they arc orioles'. He knows the oriole and IB of the decided opinion that the strange visitors :aro or- ioles. They arc a tql ally'different species to the oriole -was the Informa- tion convoyed to the-Herald by Mr. Muff.'-Thesis birds referred to.'he said, aro no o'ther than the Bohemian wax- winj. They are-'migratory birds and j nest in the far north In the Slave Lake i and Arctic regions. I tiffs' aud in 'their, business '''through "malicious I and false1' statements made by the de- j fendant. (t is alleged that, on or about 1919, defendant-did falsely and :0'sell Ihe flour thev speak ?Dd publish of Wil- tban to raise their with the-grain board's action They wish a chance to export their flour and until they get it they do not think that tho flour conditions will change. IS NICELY FIITED UP -ithetrial. He sworo that ho was asked r. A. hall Sunday nisht by Slillman to accompany him to the for thc church iwrado to i oil wells near the border acd that he j vas not aware that the two sacfes In 'the rig contained liouor. He was not 1 u pany 10 the frame! hold-up. VOLUNTARY WASIII.XXITOS'. -April ;ary. iustc-ad of compulsory universal military training as proposed by the army 'till, was adopt- I cd today by The senate. As adopted, the plan, which the wsr department in directed to put Into fores.during lhe calendar year 1322. i provides that all men between the ages of IS and 28 would be eligible- fo A0BIG CLAIM A claim has been Hied against Ibc t'elger Farming Co. for the sum-of 54t.OS4.15. lielng the raoney of with interest.' for Ian-Is bought from Thomas of Xorlb, Uakota. Sergt. A. Ci-acknell, who kille.i tbe firm, to Sydney Arallls detective In the city poilc.ej force ihat he had stolen two bundles of pelts belonging to him from F. It. freight sheds j. and that he." was' go'liig toi-get the' plaintiff for it.v 'By. reason of the same plaintiffs allege tiiaC.they were sub- ject to the suspicion of the city police and had to undergo nn unpleasant ex- perlcnco of 'hairing their premises searched from time to time, suffering humiliation and loeV of reputation. 7 As a of action, the plaintiffs sny: fr. about Febru Imprpvehieht Made In-i four months' training iu any one year by a kick from a horse was burled 'at eluding Dance For Opening Cere- monies j they might select. 1 Bowmanville military honors. .7 Fi Hour arySra, spoke and The published of thef plaintiffs to Hal Duffy -the. .words go- ing bPokc By tfie same (he plain- tiffs 'claim thelr'good'name and credit were greatl> Injured Plaintiff further says that, on or about.. March the defendant published of plaintiffs lo John Menin- ger and olher bystanders the words raided, kept its stock of liquor, cash register. ,re broke, they 1' will soon bo out ni I islness" -The Great War Veterans have! the best dancing floor In the city. IU< will he completed in a couple of days. For weeks veterans-have been busy In 1 the main hall of the building putting j down a new. hardwood floor. The! start on the finishing touches of the floor -was made Saturday morniug. i i finished in a pleasing j At .-the 'general meeting called lor G. AV. V. A. members -w3ll- discuss the opening ceremonies for tho fcall. It is planner! i tliat tho veterans, their sweethearts and _wives. 'will, bo the first to uso it and prohably-in a week after thin affair- the public will be invited to dance. All veterans are -requested to meet SALVATION ARMY IS HELPING IMMIGRATION rental 'tai In the. ofi'spriug .has .been killed by. Us the city coiincil. it Inadvisable to In owing to. notoriety Medtclho Hat WKolesome Coffee can ba TOO Seal BrantlCofTferr 100% iomc and dclioaui. SEALBRAND COFFEE is tlic most perfect satisfjing Coffee obtainable. JMcndfd and routed with infinite skill, its rich arorr.a and "choice flavour seated into thc package. At good In }t, i ar.d a-lb. tins. Send for our Made." CHASE MONTREAU 3 Ing a hand .in thc labor sltua ._ lion. Inforniallon received In U Is the flrst timo, said Mr. 'The Herald today Is to the feet that the Salvation Amu, city limits. He bis met with them be- during June and July, will bring fore in tho river boltbms'irhea to, Canada a number, of mai after ried -men: with' families, _ land withtthe ultimate aihi of ofrn Ing-farms of .their .own. Farni- ors.who would desire'to emplnv these men should communicate with the.. Salvation Army' at Montrcsi.' N seen in big flocks, of- called on the .tips of bird whfclx look like red Eeal- the birds the-city In search of teed. They generally feed on rids. 't t THERE WILL BE AN SEVENTH LETHBRIDGE TROOP, BOY SCOUTS AT HOME UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S i CHURCH On TiSesday, Api-il 13th ST. BASIL'S SCHOOL-AUDITORIUM CARDS SHARP DANCING Command Help Ralie Money to Procure Uniforms After the Dance -v.. -Mrs. .Brosseau's Orchestra AUCTION SALE OF HpUSEHOLD FURNITURE On Tuesday Next, April 13th AT 520 TWELFTH STREET SOUTH COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK WADD1NGTON AUCTIONEER Good Food Well prepared, well served and moderately priced is what makes this a popular and satisfying place lo eat, The Yale THE ,-feW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE HANDSOME STONES On view here arc not so ex- penstve as you riiay. imagine, prepare them .when no Im- Tnedialfl orclbra are hand, Lethbridge Monumental EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Investigate the New lin Light Six AT F.O.B, LETHBRIDGE We invite comparison of this car at this price with any other car value offering today, Lethbridge Motors Ltd. Grill Annex Now Open For The annex will enable us to more than double our present accommodation and give more efficient service. You will alsVays be able to get everything avail- able on the market at moderate prices. A Four Piece Orchestra Will uiinish music every day from 12 to 1.30, and from 5.45 to 7.15 THE SILVER GRILL is in a position to give (he public a service enjoyed by much larger cities and can merit a large patronage. Everybody Welcomed By J. L. MILLER; Proprietor; N. H. MURRAY, Manager.' PATRICK WHITE, Chief Cook. R.G.MYERS, Night Cook. JAMES MONTGOMERY, Cashier. WHITE HELP, K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS fitter Supper Specials Hot House Lelhicc, per Ib..............'.. Crj'slal Dairy Uuttcr, per large site, per do'zcn AssorleO Fruit Gums, per Ib., 50c; on sale.' per Ib............... 25c 75c 40c regular 40c Tv.-o-Mlnute Oat Food, evaporat- id oat grits, already super- cooked, a meal in two minutes, per Braid's Best per Ib. Coffee. M'eddlug Break- fast, per Ib.......... O3C meal lu two OA erpkg. .....ZUC GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Good News for lhe Dairy Farmer The butler market IIKS advanced so that wo ablci to Quote lin advance of eight cenU per pound bullcr (at. The pries until furlher notico will be: No.'l Sweet Cream........................72; per ib. B. F. No. 1 Sour GSc p-r Ib. D. F. No. 2 Sour Cream........................ 66c per Ib. D. F. We pay express charges on the cream and then ru-uri; emplj- can, and pay for Ihe cream by return mail liy ion Express Money Order. We nrc always In llie market for cream. Sweot or Sour. and you may'snip .to us at any We meet all the Wo are In tho market for sweet milk. Write or phone ,us. Crystal Dairy Limited HOME BUILDING vs. HOUSE RENTING LUMBER, is sclliiif! today i-i Southern Alncrtn for less money than in nuy otlier of ('ahiulft, IN THE PAST U may have been cheaper to vent a house, but thc WIso Man of today win build and own ills Own Home. HOUSES for retit will yet scarcer every day, rentals will .continue to Steadily Increase, which means that Iho owner o( (lie house you arc now renting, will be iiblo to suit lit a good price. What will you da then? LUMBER will not comu down. It will be higher In Ihe fall than ft is night Now. Von can build to your own plans aud specifications, nl very mik extra cost, thin to buy an old house and fix It over. COME and Uilk it over with'ue. We liave all Hie latest plan of tliingalowK und Colonial Homes. CONSULT US. we are specialists; you will not lie under any obll WE SELL AIM TO SERVE. YOUR INQUIRIES SOLICITED, H. N. BECKER, General Manager. YARDS AT- NEW DAYTON, WON. ARCH, NOBLEFORD, NEMISCAM Spring Work Will Be Late The lateness of.the.'sprlng-auditlio pric6 of feed will hamper vour work in.seeding. A tractpf will solie tho prohlcm. tor sou are ibte to one- one or two on very easy .termE, and the price is riglit. We'can prove that they.ceuJo batlsfactorj- horses.and.iccd. HARRIS-NOBLE LMD COMPANY, LTD. PHONE 1E88 BLOCK LETHBRIDOE P.O. Box 538 YV. Hoult. Local Manager, Residence Phone 1687 ;