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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS 'WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY flERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY, APIUL 14, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE'SEVEN; IN OF CIIY FAREWELL Former Yice-Presitieni of Board of Trade Told'He Is Good Fellow RECEIVES PRESENTATION U. T. Brymner, uunogcr ot the Bank ot listaued to many jiice- Ecullments about himself at a largo gathering ot rsembers of the board of trade at a' special luncheon, called lii.hls houur. lu the Alberts Orill a I noon Wednesday. A spirit ot gooiKellonihlp the gain. and forlh in song and kaMar! Tha hoard ot trade's Eojigsters "were. Quite in evidence. Following a dinner that 'appealed to till, President G. II. Mnrnoeh explain ed Iho object of the meellng. Ho re- called lhat .Mr. ,13ryinucr had been Is a modest man and I may say that that is one thing more sacred to a Irani; manager than anything else." Dinning then presented Mr.' Brymner with a pipe and an cmply flask as a token of esteem from ihe members ot the board. will al- ways look back on you not only as a good hank manager and true sport but as a true concluded Mr. Uinuiug. Mr. Brymner Repii4s When Mr. Drymner rose to reply to all these- nice things everyone In the room- stood up and sung, "For He's Question Comes up at Board of Involved As a second thought it came over tho public school board at their Tues- day night meeting Ihey had not acted within tho provisions ot tho school or- dinance in. the matter of the length of tho Easter holidays granted, thereby standing to lose' tho grant tor tho extra days allowed. The Easier holi- days proper, according to Ihe ordi- nance, comprises Good Friday and a Jolly Good Fellow.' "I tcel that am in the uncouifort ablo position of a corpso without extend from the ing before with proper said .Mr. Brymner. "It !s very trying to a young and bashful man to listen to- his obituary. 1 like to make STIRLING CH1LO SHOT Ji Picking a .22 rifle, which happened to be loaded, la tho -4 kitchen of his parents' home, George, tie'five-year-old ot and Mrs. Seeley, oS 'Stirling, was shot through the Warren Construction Co. is Making Strong Bid For Irrigation Contract Ihe Me while playing wllh o buiiet entered the U. o. Loncern Has Had man on Uround Jor Months and ond ana thcu iumi, to outlet at surveyors will work down lo the see- right side, passing through the liver and five colls ot tbo tales tines., and lodging iu the of body. The child was rushed to Lelhbrldge on Tussday and an operation was performed at tbs Uatt hospital by Dr. Loverlng. It was not considered safe to extract the buiiet. 'The child got over the operation In good shape, and so far Is progressing favorably. Bond Option Understood to Have Been Secured at Their Will Granting of Option Affect Barons-Carmangay and Macleod- Rocky Coulee Districts? That (here Is er.e construction com- a point tho other side of the ihe first camp. This work is being done on the main dltcli only, ivhich the district has purchase. There has not beau any trouble so far in obtaln'ng land ditch. The farmers -will be asXed to fore the yoio is taken ou tho bond Icaw land for the small branches. t! these districts -i-ouM be In-.Tiii.- proposal would save the district ciuded before tha'. time it la thought I a lot of money, not only to the mat- _ a that the cost or construction wouldj'er of laud purchases but In surrey. 4 fr v board ot trustees when the thirty-day bo reduced approximately fivo dollars Ing as both tho district's surveyors option on Ihe bonds which are to bo an acre. It now looks as'if U will bo and the Dominion surveyors would tho following resolution, moved by .'be district were granted j another year before these sections will Hogg, was adopted: "That (lie attention of the lo Louis M. Roberts, Calgary solid- be irrigated. Easier Monday, so the vacatlon.should tendent; be called to the pn (for. The name of the company men- tlio picetlng is the Warren a long speech and tell you a lot of things but I do not know how. 1 ap-. vlce-presitait ot tho hoard from 19H prcclato this present and all tho kind to 1915 aud .Mr. Manioch admitted that ihinga that have been said I will al- he stai has the habit of Ecekiuc ad- ways cherish throughout ray life. I vice from Mr. Ilrymner, "because 1 came bere In 1913 just as'the crest have not got Jsinleson trained up Of prosperilc liai! su-ejH over the rocks to the point where.he will call mo a Und wo had to take some of the but- feting between'the rocks and the serf "Mr. me the greatest and 1 guess 1 grow a little. 1 believe jiossihle assistance duiIns his term of .I have benefited a great doal from office and I cannot give him too much jny stay in and I feel that Construction Co. which operates large- Tho first camp for the Dominion surveyors will be established at the intake and Ihe second at IH5 Willow have to go over overs- small ditch. A small boy was aboijt to be run a train at Potlsvllle, Pa. His 11-year-old sister threw him from Creek crossing. The first camp of off. tho track, but had both her, legs cut said Mr. Continu- ing, the p re a id cut referred to tUe splendid work Jlr. Brymner has doao for Lcthbrldj-e In the-matter of tho musical festival and spoke in glow- ing terms a: the taken in the f-ot-ia! life by Mr. Hrymner ant) bis family. lie expressed scrrow because "ryir.rtvf r.ot be able to cittenlioh fo Ihe musical department ot Ihe board of trade. .Mr. .Marnocli called on Jlr. S. J. Shepherd for his thoughts. "I havu lived In l.clhbrldge during his (lirVm- Tier's) time amVl must soy we sill re- call Sir. Nourse, his predecessor, and 1 am euro his record has been well luat.nlnlued by Mr. Brj-mpcr. Ills ac- tions Imve not been confined to the board of trade alone. In all commun- ity lifo this city he has lafcen prominent paK. When he departs he TV-HI carry -with, him Ihe best wlohes ot the members of the board ot trade. If I'may'.offer a word of. advice like to say that he is going to a polnUsear oho .of the DomiiTioii sna'sincerely honcftio bo hitcbing .upjiis cart to go to Bcllcvillo.too often." Mayor's Good Wishes Mayor Hardie, 'ail con- tributed lilii. good-live wished "It has I of satisfaction jy leaving hero I am not gelling -away Vom my friends because I feel I have a good many friends who will always remain my friends." he concluded. meeting closed with throe cheers for Mr. Bryuincr. sent attending the school conventi held at the. lime. It does appear lhat Iho teachers. In all schools attended the Calgary con- vention, and proof of rosistrif- ion there of touchers is necessary or getting the grant for the extra days the schools were closed lieyond .ho regulation vacation. The Easter Vacation Tho mailer of tho Easter vacation R-as brought by Chairman Johnson it the meeting of the trustees held on Tuesday night, and It was .felt that tion ".sure the receipt ot the board's grant: not 'or the days the schools are closed: So Will Enquire Into Cause of Death of Late Mr.. Gardiner With'Railway Sys- tem a Long Time An inquest on the remains, of late Dave GanUner, who was foum linconscloiis in'tho'car baras and-later succumbed at'the Gait hospital, wi] be hold on Thursday at 8 p.m. So fai the cause death has.not been tie tcfmiticd. Tho supposition is that the deceas from the top of a car in thi he came to this town in 191'J. He lias desirable cilizen. He came hero ht a lime wheii everylhlng was in aillurmoil and found for himself a hell of a time, f appreciate that jncro.lhan 1 can express because I cnleretf into ft hell of a time then and have been in it ever since. Mr. Brym- nor arid his wlfo have been great ac- ijuisllions to Ihis town and proved to an elevating influence In our midst'-'through their activities in the musical line. Music always adds to the happiness of a community. In. someLways Mr. Brymner'is a wonder-' characlor and in some ways he 131 a wonilerful devil. It seems lo mej that most-men must ho born into this' life with a little bit of Iho devil or j they won't bo much good, hut they must keep tho devil subjected lo their good trails. He is sensilivo lo crill- and when he is criticized he tkjos not .call a fellort-' a d------m fool, but goes homo and thinks it over, then dulGlly calls that (fellow a d-----ro fool i in his own mind. It is one fault roany of us have and that Is we call a fellow j a fool whether we know he is one or not. No man deplores Air. Hrymner leaving this city more than: I do. I believe lie-bait Iho' good will of the city at said the mayor.' Mr. B. C. Dinning, manager of the Merchants Bank. ?poke on behalf of tho batik managers c'; Ihe city. "It wllh a certain dcgreo ot apprchen- thru I rice lo speck. I cannot say why thoy always couple a bank manager with a. hell of'a time. Mr. Jlryinner has always inspired his fel- low managers with confidence, and -when a bank manager can do that there is something to him. Mr. Brym- during convention. Over two hours "frere consumed by tho board Irr going over tha tenders foivschool supplies.- The awarding of the-same will bo mado at a special meeting lo be- called for Monday next. .a understood to be force behind the com-; patvy.. .V The Warred.'Construction Company! Is at present 'represented in the city by an Harbour, and it is uSuerKtoou'tnat iKe company ndiuits very frankly waist tho contract. Mr. Barboiir viilte'd the offices of ihe land school at the-rent of month. J30 Superintendent Black should liave call-1 ed tho ntteulion of the hoard in regard i .o tho school ordinance when the utlou was put through us to the length of the same. There- was a feeling cs- iresscd that the superintendent Lrled to "put one the board in not drawing altendon lo the is he was present at tho last meel- i ng and was consulted in Iho mailer. Mr. Terrlll considered that the super: Inlendenl made things worse -by going away on the Thursday beffore Good Friday and authorizing the principals lo close the schools at mid-day on thai day If they saw Jit. This, If It had been done, would have meant nn extra loss of half a day's grant. Chair man Johnson, however, hearing'bf thlb arrangement, forthwith look charge of ihe silua'llon on Thursday and re- quested lhat the schools do not close before tho cud of tho school day. The grant in all amounts to about a day, .ami the extra five dass extension of the stand-to lose some Resolution Moved As a result of the position createdj NO BOARD OF TRADE LUNCHEON THURSDAY No hoard of% trade luncheon will fee held tomorrow. Thurs- day has been the usual day for the luncheon but owing to tho farewell dinner given to Mr. Brymner on Wednesday the "board luucheoii' not be field again until iiext week. morning and obtained a certified zlale mrat that the1 resolution giviOK Rob.-! erts the oplion'.on the bonds was pass-' ed by the' bopfj of trustees. One aspect of the "oond situation lhat Is intereptlns concerns the Car- mansay-Barono and Rocky Coulee-Mac- leod sections'- It Is nnnarcnL Ihor these districts cannot bo admitted to annot Truthfully This is gathered in lhat by him wai an oil can wllh the spout broken off and with the oil all spread on the floor where he lay. Whether the fall was occasioned by heart failure or otherwise has yet lo ho shown. The lato Dave Gardiner was a tlvo ot Scolland, having been born Inployees' Union. Comrie, Perthshire. He was employ cd with the street railway; ever since its start, with Just a short lime when he was off duty. He leaves In addi- tion to tha widow three young child; ren, the eldest of whom- Is only some Blx years of age and tho youngest an infant not a nionlh old. Deceased was an active member of the Civic Em- Good Food Well prepared, well served and moderately priced is what makes this j a popular and satisfying place to eat. The Yale THE rtEW CAFi FIFTH STREET SOUTH Spring Wedding Gifts An Illustrated Booklet of Suggestions Many of our out-oMown customers will havo friends or relatives who arc anticipating marriagu this spring. They will find il very hard to get suitable wedding at reason ablo prices as costs aro advancing rapidly and the uianutacl urers-report that deliveries will he slow. OUR MAIL ORDER CATALOGUE contains hundreds of suitable a> piices consistent with quality and service Wo have not advanced our catalogue prices and !n conse- quence our' buy-ing early last spring means a saving to you. It goods purchased are not satisfactory we will refund your monoy. SEND FOR CATALOGUE TODAY R. A. W R I G H T Lethbrldge'i Biggest and Finest Jewelry Siore 1898 BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE 1920 PILLS satisfied tried us. IVfeals'from 1 a.m. to KIRJCBY'S 8. C, SHORT MANAGER Good News tor ihe Dairy Farmer The buffer market has aovanced BO are now ablo lo quole an advanco ot eight cents per pound butter fat. The price until further notice will be: No. 1 Sweet 72e (jer Ib, B. F. No. 1 Sour Cream........................ 69e per Ib. B. f. No. 2 Sour Cream........................ 65c per Ib. B. F. We pay express charges on the' cream and then return empty can, and pay for Ihe cream by return mail by Domin- ion Espress Money Order. We are always in the market for cream, Sweet or Sour, and you may ship lo us at any time. We meet all tho trains. We are lu the market for sweet milk.- Write or phone us. Crystal Dairy Limited OUR PRICE LIST FREE ON REQUEST WILL EXPLAIN WHY IT 18 TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO COME TO US WITH YOUR HlbES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW. We aro the Largeit Dealers in Western Canada Selling Direct to Tanners. A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE. S, LETHBRIOQE PHONE 695 HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT OUR OFFER FOR PELTS AND FURS WILL BE FOUND TO. BE THE HIGHEST Ask Us And PR O VE IT DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 ST. P.O. BOX 6 K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Olives, plain 15e, 65c Olives, sluffcd 31c, 4Sc, 65e Head 2 heads 35c Marmalade, KHIler's Dundee, 4 Ib. Squaw Corn, home grown-seed. per Ib................... Golden Wax Beans, home grown" seed, ]i5r Ib..............6DC Peaches, Niagara Falls, 2 Ib. tins, each 48c Pastes, Crosso t lihck- wells and Scotch Snack braml, Anchovy, Yarmouth Bloaters, each.................... 35c Boss Hand Cleaner, equal to all others. 2 tins for........Z5o Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for 35c Can Openers, each........ 15c Hillsdal3 Asparagus, green anil whito tips, per tin 35c Fluid Beef, Johnston's largo size, each............. Ben's Egg Substitute, per tin 20s Pure Seville Orange Jelly, per jar......................45c Tobasco Sauce, per hotlle.. 45o Royal Shield Coffee, per Hn 80c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION Spring Work Will Be Late Tho lateness of the spring and the price of teed will hamper your work in seeding. A tractor will solve the problem tor you. Wo aro abla to offer .one or two on verv and the nrice. is right. We can prove lhat ihey can do satisfactory work, cheaper than horsesiand feed. LAND COMPANY, LTD. PHONE 1888 SHERLOCK BLOCK LETHBRtDGE' M E E T M EAT TH E SILVER GRILL A very enjoyable Lunch or Dinner with us breaks the monotony of your business worries. CHARLES BERESFORD'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA IiN ATTENDANCE :30 p.m. p.m. I THE SILVER GRILL! Will give you absolute satisfaction in menu, comfort 1 and prices, FOUR PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY 12 to to EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEF3 AT MODERATE PRICES. J.L MILLER Proprietor. N.H.MURRAY, Manager. ;