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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1920 GBIFAUS'I LFTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE FAREWELL LUNCHEON TO MR. BRYMNER A farewell luncheon be tendered Sir. It. T. Brymaer, on departure from Ihe city, by Ihe of Tiiido, on Wwl- nesday. tbe Hth, al the Al- berta Grill, fjuncbeon will be seired p.m. P.O. Inspector For Lethbridge Looks Likely Bootlegger Robs. of Purchased Kg increase production. It b'as been Wfcn fnf If proven thai one-seventh of the pro- UDl 11. of )n.igaUon farms, at pre- [war prices, Is sufficient 16 take "The blttrblt" the tale tbil lhs> of all operating and other charges in- urovlueitl police have unfolded In the the district. In securing irrl- of six casoj of whiskey gallon." destined to be taken from Cont nuing- the artlc 8 refereto t to mioncb the thirst of those In Great pamphlet Issued by W. H. Falrfleld, i Xalls. Jiontana, .who prefer slronr. I the eiponmental No Visible Supply in Any of Centres and Situation Looks ilrinX to W other for this purpose, farm, at Lethbrldge In if bleb many Tho goods ualawfully obtained and neure. are given, obtained from g cached W the city for transportation pertinents .Thls-yarai.blet over the line never got there, tor they gives comparative: flgurqa for eleven stolen. From -Information received tbRt there was a wan In the cily who had been sniuggllng-llq.uor from Loth- bridge to Montana, Delecllvo Crerar. of the A.-P. went out Iu search for tbe -party.'- 'ils ascertained that the niuii In .question-had-purchased Iwo new-suitcases.In tho ..city.1 and be traced him to a hotel watch- ed tho'man'untlt it was 'daylight, and thm to avoid suspicion that bo was offer him. he'went lo tho C. P. It. de- pot" thinking that he mlxht have boarded the CmittE train; The detec- tive boardeJ Ibq train and accompan- ied It as far us Stirling without result. He. however, discovered that the iiatae of the sullcase was IV. Sheridan, who had bought tho from F. Hedlcy. (on prescrip- tion so It is claimed) on the night of April 1st. lie had engaged a tail driver to load the booio in the dead of nishf, and to transfer'It. as he Imag- ined, to cuarters ready to be taken to Montana the next -The cached bocie. for watch Ihe Kiim m ?420 was paltf, .had arnuseJ the interest ,pl another or Ijoolletrgers, who broV.o into tbe gar- age iviierb It ivas concealed and re- inoved ?he whole booty. The man from Montana was eventually located in ihe-botcl ivllh Ihe suit cases, which however, were empty of llijuor, and Though ho omcljl information' hat bten received In the city to the It Is on the cards that a post office Iniooctor for the south will be located'In Ltth- bridge; The officer who will like- Jy fill position is Mr. F, H. Smith, assistant post office In. .apsctor at Edmonton. He was In the city et the week end looking over the port office building for and practically arranged to take over the ur Fallen Comrades" and at the con- luslon of bis talk be issued a ippeal. Previous to the addresses tbe Dead March was played. Erery seat in iho hall was packed. Thermometer Jumps to 53 and Snow Disappears S Rapidly Local Milling Companies Re- ceive Order Setting New Prices "Spring am Overcoats were shed this morning and there a general feeling Ihrougbout toiru that spring has at last found Lethbrldgc. The highest temperature up to one o'clock waa 53. This is not tbe highest temperature, I reached this year, but considering that J.I there has nol been any sign of snow during the day, amateur weather pro- phets are exceedingly hopeful., Yesterday's temperature ranged be- tween 43 and 24. Seeding Soon Seeding In many parts of the I.elb- brldge district is only waiting for tho snow to disappear and the ground dry oil sufficient to allow machines to Bran and shorts have, advanced six Murphy, into the stable, but all efforts J -T to reiease the decked failed and ue Veterans Assoplation to Uke a ,e, tiad io. go on to a :nelghborins farm to obtain help. Returning with the work. Many farmers, before the re-" dollars a ton in Lctbbridgo. Xotlce cent snow storm, had their land prac- has been received at the Ellison Mill- tically ready to receive seed, but tho Ing Company aud tho-Taylor Milling tnow forced them to wait. inE part company. n nf Roe, a veteran of to be.cut down Those Who Servedjn Canada Only Are Now Eligible for Membership to get iben.and.ho.e out f bo confessed to obtaining the six cages vpf llquor'antl- lo tho fact that Members of Ihe Creai.tVar Veterans' have planned a busy, spring for themselves. They will soon launch i inumbeiship drive -and also endeavor to organize a women's aux- iliary. At the general meeting Sun- day afternoon these .subjects were discussed following tfie reception of Delegates Jamos' and Longworlh's re- ports from -the -Montreal convention. Now that tbe association is open to' take in members "who served in Can- ada only, it Is expected th'al the club mil soon grow with leaps and bounds. The membership fee at present Elands at 15.75 for the first year nnd annually thereafter. Calgary and Ed- monton charge a year. Turiher, plans were niado- for the opening of the renovated social hull have a surpl to needy points. At the present linio no auclt situa-'.ion prevails. Today ths' call at the local labor bureau that predominates Is for do- mestic help of all kinds. agreeing that death was accidental. -MAY A. C. April Professor During his remarlis he spoke of the heroic miincr in -.rhich :oliier: o! Canada conducted themselves on the fields of France and likened their actions to those of Dfcvid. Now that Co.'s offices to this effect. The or- was Issued by. the Canada Wheat Board. The order gives tha maximum wholesale prices of bran and ehor'ts In western Canada per ton net, in one- hundred-pound sacks, at li? and 152 for shorts. Manitoba points; at Saskatchewan points the price .will bo and 51; and In Alberta, at Ed- the soldiers bliro won the right forlmonton, Canmore, and East Crow's frtedoin for their countiTi the speak- Nest stations. J43 For .Al- er It now a duty of I berta pom's, north and west of Ed- tbelr to take'a teadinK part in belter, rnonton on the Canadian National and ing living. Mrs. Slarks delivered a short talk on behalf of mothers who gave up they had been stolen after being in ths. Tctaraiis1 building. .This will cached! As a result ot this the local .lake place Thursday and will druggist had lo. appear at tho provln-j bo to raeinbera of-the clal pbHco ciiiirt-.nnd, admitting the'tiqn. their wives and. sweethearts. 'bole, who. recently resigned his position as head of the animal indus- try department of the Ontario 'Agri- cultural College here', 'to accept a posi- tion'as of the Farm- ers' Advocate, Winnipeg, may remain was tor at the Ontario Agricultural College. It; ihe sacrifice was made willingly, la said that Ihls is ieing urged by the Bandsman Tulloch epolie'on behalf oJ department of agriculture. Ihe students (he fathers and spoke alone the same and tbe new principal of tlie Ontario lines. Both speakers appealed to the Agricultural-College, Dr. J. B. Heyn- veterans to live Christ like lives, ulds, of Winnipeg. Envoy Dawson'a subject was, "For Grand Trunk Pacific, a! and and stated that tbe city did .d for 55c eleven employes of the Gall Board of. Works Department went on strike. Today's weather, coupled with Sun- day's mild spell, has done a lot to clear off the snow, and it Is expected that Ii two or three days of tbe pres- ent brand of weather keeps up farm-, ers will smile and get their drills to work. CANADIANS REPRESENTED CHICAGO, April un-. lons will be represented at tbe 16th annual convention of the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, which will open here May 3. The con- vention will mark the 2dlh anniver- sary of the union's existence. During March the U. S. national debt was reduced by J705.660.000. It now stands at strange fatality took place last week .at a farm three miles of Medicine Hat, when a farmer, named; W. Ci. Clement, lost life. One bis horses got loose In tho stable.and he went in to secure it.' Tbe animal had strayed into a stall where -there stated 'paid" for 'the sli tases anil having lost them left him stranded In the.city and that he was given to heip him to get back to bis homo In Montana. President Mai-nodi of Board of Trade Doing Much to Create Interest association. the "GRANNY" BEAVER DEAD TOKOXTO, April lu.-MBy Canadian Bernard letter known as Beaver, I lied here this morning, aged 105' -ears and-11.-months. She-.was born in May 10. 1816, arid was adopted as a child nnd taken to Roches Point, near Barrle, Onl. She lived most ot ier long life. In tho! country. DR. THOMAS WILSON DEAD Canadian Associated Thomas Wil- son Lambert, St; Thomas hospital, London, and afterward in meilical charge of; the' western sec- linn of Uio Canadian Pacific Hallway, Is dead here. He was well known in British Columbia .as a fine shot and an expert salmon fisher.' KSV. F. GRAHAM OUCHABD, M.A. [Camb.) Place gMnert at R.M.C. Entrance, 1'JlS. Next Term Commences April 14t1: MEET M E AT THE SILVER GglLL A very enjoyable Lunch or Dinner with us breaks the monotony, of your- business worries- CHARLES CONCERT ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE: 12 00 p.m. p.m. K ERH'S Daily STORE NEWS After Supper Specials Hot House Lettuce, per Ib................ Crystal Dairy Butler, 'per Ib. Lemons, large size, per dozen Assorted fruit per Ib., 50c; on per Ib. 25c 75c 48c regular 40c Two-Mlnuto Oti Food, evaporat- ed oat grits, already .super- cooked, a meal In two pkg....... Braid's, Best Tea, per i..'. Coffca, Wedding Break- fast, per Ib. ....'___. 20c 68c 65c GECX KERR CO, FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED In the April 7th issue of the Canad ian Finance, a Winnipeg publication well known to financial and business mon of Iho weal, an item is published sivinK opinions'of G. R. Marnoch on irrigation. The Hem reads In pan a follows: "Mr. G. R. Jlamochi president of In Irrigation Development Association and also president of toe Lathbridg Board of Trade, prophesies that the Cay la nol far distant loan com-j will be Bplng round quietly to the farmers In tho Lethbrldge North- ern district ottering to increase loann. Tbftt day r.-H! ceir.s, he'asserts, EIS Irrigation water is in sight in that (iisirici. "It Is dangerous business lo pro- phesy nowadays, but if results achiev- ed in other irrigation districts are equalled in the I.clhbrldgo Northern district, Mr. Marnoch Is on fairly safe stated a very alartllng Irutli when ho declared many SEVENTH LETHBRIDGE TROOP, BOY SCOUTS AT HOME UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LADIES OF ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH On Tuesday, April 13th IN ST. BASIL'S SCHOOL AUDITORIUM CARDS 130 SHARP DANCINCj Come and Help Uft RaTse Money to Procure Uniforms Can After the Dance Brotteau's Orchestra] Well, prepared, well served an.cl moderately priced is what makei this a popular nnd satisfying place So eat. The Yale THE NEW CAFE 212. FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE HANDSOME STONES On .view here nrc not so ex- pensive as yon imagine. We prepare them when no im- mediate orders are on Laud. Lethbrldge Menam c ntal Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Spring Work Will Be Latd The IslciiCja of tho spring and tlie price ol feed will hamper your work in seeding. A tractor Tvill solvo the problem for you. We are able lo olfer one or two on very easy terms, and the prico is right. can prove that they can do satisfactory work, cheaper than horses anil feed. HARRIS-NOBLE LAND COMPANY, LTD. PHONE 18M SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRID'GE Good News tor the Dairy Farmer The butter markot has advanced so that we are now ablo lo quote an advance of eight cenls per pound butter fat, t The price until further notice will be: No. 1 Sweet Cream........................72e per Ib. B. F. No, 1 Sour per Ib. B. F. No. 2 Sour Cream 66e per Ib. B, F, Wo pay express charges on the cream and then return empty- can, and pay for tho cream by return mall by Domin- ion Express Money Order. "We are always iu the market for cream, Sweet or Sour, and you may ship to us at any time. We meet all the trains. We are in the market for sweet milk. Write or phone.us. t i uuit y OUR PRICE LIST FREE ON REQUEST WILL EXPLAIN WHY IT YOUR ADVANTAOE TO tiOME TO US WITH YOUR HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, HAW FURS AND TALLOW. I s Wc a.-e (he Largest Dealers In Western Canada Selling Direct lo Tanners, A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd, 1251 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 625 HEAD OFF'CE; WINNIPEG. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT THE SILVER MILL Increased patronage forced us to more than double our accommodation. In opening the. annex on Satur- 1 day we were more, than pleased with the number who dined at our popular cafe. FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA pAILY i 2 to 5-45 lo 3 EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEFS AT MODERATE 5 J.L. MILLERS N.H. Manager. OUR OFFER FOR PELTS AND FURS WILL BE FOUND TO BE THE HIGHEST Ask Us And PROVE IT DEALERS.IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE -HZ ADDRESS: 320 ein ST. s. p.o, BOX 5 ;