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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 LKT! [BRIDGE, -ALBERTA. PAGE With Local Labor w SB ts'st commercially as lo wha- Central Union Has Juat Withdrawn !x __ Meeting of the Ti-ades and Labor Coun- cil held in the' libor hall Its'. (Toning, nnd much Important butinesa was trsniicted. Delejates were present ther It will pav to allow the remain- Inn companies ou (be prcfrjiin to play In LethbrlOgel la the Interests o( get- ling belt In the theatrical lino and to encourage the same to come to the arrival of Mr. Tyrone Tower and his company In the city, with the nature of the reception [Iveu. will a very, great deal, that Is It the city Is U> keep up the Michlnltti, Work- reputation "of appreciating the very era, and Civic Em- best can be provided on the stage. jiloyees, TKe Late'B'ro. Gmfdrne'r meeting Presi- dent Kingdom made relereuco to1 ilia] cad death of Bro. Gardiner, a member I (if thjc eiccutivo.'aud said labor would feel a'lops1 ho uas always a hard worker-in iaiuqr's' cause. Several; ol the dolrigtitea'aieo of Kts sterling qualifcv arid'a. letter of condoleiicft scrii'f) the relallvei.' Hlrieri1 Withdraw! A 'corarriunlcatjon was received from I.ocpi 11S5, V- JI- w- 0[ A-> wiribdraw- ing th'eir'aHlliat'lon frorA Coun- cil. It. was pointed out tint No. 571 of the Miners had not paid up their per capita since March-bf Inst year and J. il. Henlon 01 Llomimon C1 't1 f. EDMONTON BASKETBALL TEAM HERE SATURDAY Wort) reached baskelballers this afiernooa thai tho Kdmonton team will. 1r Invade the city on Saturday night for tho final game of tho tt season on tlio "V" gyui floor. Owing to tbe fact that Ihe local boys could no: trip for the play-off for tUe provincial championship as some o; the members of the 'Shortage of Pick and Shove! La-' K team coulj not get away, thy Kdruonton boys offered to inuka j fr tbe trip, for a JlCO guarantee-, '.-i 't A further concession was made allowing Uutcliart and 't C'rqzler, tho two University players to vhom objection was taken in the championship struggle, to play with tho visit- ors. This should be the great- est'game of the season and will a fitting (Inale for what been the best basket- ball season in the history o-' tbe game in tha south country. MAJOR McLELLANO FORMING BATTERY 51alor Cat iMcLclland, who left ?0th Battery hero wlic-n It overseas, and who Is navy Calgary, Is or ganhlug tlio 23rd [lattery '.hero, of which ho is in cmnmand, un- der militia scheme for loctl units.- bor on We.vbxirn Gap Soon Chinese labor being brought to lha division of the C. V. R. from the Pacific in order to j ff carry on tracks plicned th's C. D. MacKintosh. r-nntenijent, made thh announcsraent this morning and explained that U Three Feet of Moisture in Fields rt There Hay from li. S. -lilon is easing up the- past hay A I arriving from Washington. Arming Hoove Atklrs o thJ Warner municipality hnv'ns inters ted securing a supplj 'or tho nmre thtm three feet of mostJre In broken year, atturl tec (Warner ni Dayton farmer, will pUr.t ubgui acres of whi-at, acres of oals. and 2.000 ai-res o! ll> or about -m acres more will be iu crop this year tbaii laVl, according to. _ W. Morgan. C. U, agenl al tliai point nroyca it to have pene who yras In the cllj- ihls iqornlng. jto this aepta. __ Tiie Xew Ouylon he says, I -T is one of the fcvr districts of tlie'south According to, a state-Bent rapde by which grew Us own seed last year, 3. 3. secretary of Ihe U P the total crop of the in 0.. the decrease in rural papu'atloa hud not sent representation to the Couucir since that time. Aa one of ,tho delegates last night "remarked. "It was time for a and the secrelyy was inElrncted to write tiio International of tlio'Mine .Workers explaining tho situation, as it KM operative Body Speaks to Local Convention U- Ronion, of Calgary, a director Obituary HEWITT Mathew Ilewitt, slify years, ol Lclhbridgc. died suddenly In Gait hospital last night. Ho passed Fcrnlc is'lo lijivc a nenr firo engine, lne neighborhood of bushels. It of Ontario Is per year. has been impossible ID gvt white help and Mayor Henderson of that town la 'or this clr.Es of work. 1 tho city to'look over the equip -In.a previous announcement refer- 'merit of tiio 'fire brigade here for er.ce was made to considerable selecting tho sa'me. While In the city I quantity o! work for this division. Bf- jiaypr Henderson had an Interview j forts nrobe'ng made to bring all traci- with Clilef Gjllespla hv regard to the Age in iho division up to first-class convictions he liad obtained against- j condition nnd early in Ihe season It gamblers In the City. He was anxious was hopoa that BUfflcient white labor lo up a wrinkle as to how managed It, 16 thai prosecutions in would be found to conduct thla work, Tlio C. P. n. will call for tenders fernle :have not met with success in for the: completion of tlie Weybuni- the legal arguments ci! counpcl for the Sterling line. An appl cation is being the cases came up e nijdt to tbo Dominion parliament, ac- iftr E- an inquest would be necessary but exartiinatlon revealed Ihe cause of death as being a hemorrhdgo close to the heart, caused by hardening ot the 0. Coleman, for an extenston of 1 time for'the completion of this line, VANCOUVER ol B. U. DIDN'T wliich now In operation to Many-! -CAUSE U. S. HAIL STRIKE berries. the west and to the Al- '.ieria-SaskarcIiowan boundory from Ihe VANCOUVER. April The ItlHKB present .it the opening meeting HarUepooi. tugian.i. on juiy ia. woi. flg ]2rgely in the finishing of si-ike of Sllwavmen In the United 1 of. the Soutlt Alberta Wool Growers.' and was a locomotive fitter by profes-1 iabor ls ST0r ofthc 'Ted past, which leaves a gap of about thirty-geven miles. Ixibor conditions will figure largely in the finishing of Vancouver branch of. the One Big TJnloa dSecUims.all for _ nt the Canadian Ro operative .Wool i arteries. ihouBatThey wore in duty bouud to Orowers' association.' appealed to The'MAe Mr. HewiU .was born at affiliate with tlib Trades Cfltiacll; tboua present .it the opening meeting; Hart'epool, England, on July 19. 1S61, Walters'to-Orgnnlie i _- it was reported that the and 1 association to give co-oporalUm lo the aion. He wan employed hy tbe North jhe ,vin be finuhed, but the cratlon'olist an 0 E U puWication, ivulters of tho city wlsued to association. The annual Eastern Railway for years, and are understood to be -'ls to sav Ihut Jze, "and iis International Organizer meeting of the southern body opened, came to Lelnbridge ten years ago. 1'arinilio. of Edrpohton, is eipcctcd In this morning in St. Augustine's hall. He Is survived by four daughters _ says. "If Is 'honEcnse to say .doubtful whether more than iialt tho vpncour'er or Canada has anycliing work can be done this year. to do with .the strike In the United he declared. Advance Booking for Tyrone concerning the affairs of the Dominion association, and 'how they oper ale headuuariers in' Toronto. "We have1 ample'htstorr to slio-.v to get together for our interests. 7c know what It has! done for ff.rmors. their crops, and I.'d'o' not should not do ss .much for the Co.-opcralion Is nothing' more than ____ A fourth son. Fred, who was well known in football circles in Lelh- brldge, was killed in action. The funeral will take place from Fetterly'fi undertaking parlors to th'e I alter Baj Saints church on, S tur church nt 1 pnt Bishop Green will be in charge. Interment vrili occur in" tlie public cemetery. members ;ot-ari -.Industry .getting -to- gether, to to', eel _ of themjaB s'iid.the speaker. Ho tpok the wool. growers back to Ibeatrlcal companies in the city remDmbcVthfct a great deal binges tho patfonage given Mr. Power as to whether these productions will come here.sccoi-dlng to plans so far nrade. In the event of the audiences at the Majestic; at the Tyrone Power performances, being small they are all likely to bo cancelled. Tyrone Power, It shonla no said, Is who IB judged lo he of the samo calibre as the lata -Sir Beerriohm tree and of the late Mr. Solhcrn of .fame. He and his company START WORK ON LAND PItlNCB ALBERT. Sask.. April 15. las coraiuenced on high' land in the Valbrand tl.strici, according to word received here today: minion boiy, the growers are able to, get rid of their vrool.-get advances oni it, and are able to dispose of it to the best advantage. The sneakr roferred (o the ware- house established at -near Toronto, who re, grading IB holng done; Ho odvqcateo' doing air ay grading In the veat and appealed to the '.vool growers lo fall In.llno wllh tlie cen- tral system. Ho told them of advan- tages In this and contended that re- sulls of grading in the west have not have a regular'season every, year in been bcneflclal to Ihe wool growers. )xmdori and New YorV. From what Lethbrldgo has seen of Iho companies, so far billed In the Trans-Canada program, there Is room for much disappointment if the city is left out'in the itinerary planned. The reception given Mr. Tyrona Power-Is N BANK CLEARINGS This year Lost'year-............ This light, dry fleecy wadding Applied (ttnight from the boi) to any thill-cfluwd tiie trouble at ita and tivca quick sure relief. It "grateful warmth11 in dry, ccnvcnjcnt form. Oio Cubes cont-iin tbe rich nourish- of r he f n to compcct nr.d ntafc -a ihcl anywhere, any time. Juit ot a biscuit or ITTO i a light sustaining tries! YduCannot Triithfully -Mhat you are satisfied until you have tried us. Meals.from 7 a.m. to ]12 p.m. for 70 Yean Thin iu uu GriKteothfr1' youthful hiu rnrainid until youth has. become The ftoft, ritfmed, pearly white apptuince it luyo flic )oy of for OriGntal Cream KIEKBY'S C. SHORT MANAGER ERR'S Daily, STORE NEWS Shaving SHcJis, Albert i Soap Co.'s, each 20J Old Brown Windsor Toilet So-jp. 4 cake's for 25c GARDEN SEEDS. Procure your stock now bur .'assort- ment H complete. Try our loc- al grc'.vn nothing finer. GOLD COIN SEED POTATOES. Only a limited block Order yonr. Tor. 100 55, 61 New California Cabbage.' pei- ]iound Ir.gereoll Creani Cheese, Honey. Bow3s, per Jar Ulucberries, psr tin Cranberries, per tin Veal Clark's per per 15c 45c 23c 40c 30c Paris-Pate. tin .........20i Rhubarb, per Ib.......... 20c JIanualade, King Beach, 4a. pail 51.05 nidseway's Tea, per Ib. 95c Arab Tcu. JA Ib. packages 30- Soup Chips, i Ibs. 55" Golden West Ammonia 2 j'.f.s.................. 23c Corn Syrup, qt. sealers, ea. 45o While Clover Syrup, per tin 3oc Buckwheat Flqur, jior pkj...............v.. 20c Sclf-nising Pancake Flour, per pkg. 20c Two-Minute Oat Food, deliciou: for breakfast; requires only two minutes for cooking, GEG. ;KERR FAMILY GROCERS AND SATISFACTION P K.O N 13 GUARANTEED Sptring Work Will Be Late tj The latenbsa'of the spring nnd Ihe price of feed .will hamper ,worVi in needing. .0 'A tractor will solve the problem for you. We are nb'3 lo cC e- one or two pa icrmB. anil ihe price is right. Wo can pro? that they can do satlsfactoo" work, theapor lhan horses feQd HARRIS-NOBLE LAKD CGMPAKY, LTD. PHONE 1888 'sHEaUOCK BLOCK LETHDniDCE 102-C Notice to Subscribers Good prepared, served ana moderately priced is what makes this a popular and satisfying to eat. The Yale lime NEW CAFE B12 STREET SOUTH Te Tbe Calgary Daily Herald To Whom Mr, Manning Has Been Delivering Papers: Mr. Manning has quit. Kindly call Mr. Killian, PHONE 1213, and give your name and address, so that I cap have the paper delivered, or leave your name and address at the White Lunch Cafe. KILLIAN AGENT, .CALQARY DAILY HERALD tor ihe Farmer The.hultcr market has we now shin lo quote an advance of eight csnis perjinua-V butter fat. Tho price unlil further notice will be: No. 1 Sweet I.., ;72c per Ib. B. F. No. 1 Sour Crtam ..69c per Ib. D. F. No. 2 Sour Cream___................... per Ib. B. K. pay express charges on the then empty can. and pay for the cream by return mall by Damir. ion Kxpress Mono'. Order. We pro always In the market for'cream. or and yon nlay ship to us at nny time. We moot all Hie trains.. are In the market tor sweet milk. Write or phone us. Crystal Dairy Limited M E E t M E AT 'T HE i A very enjoyable Lunch or Dinner with us ihe monotony of yoirr business worries. CHARLES BERESFORD'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE 1V30 p.m. p.m. OUR PRICE LIST FREE ON F5EQUEST WILL EXPLAIN WHY IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO COME TO US WITH YOUR HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW. W HEAD OFF'CE: WINNIPEG. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT FOR FELTS AND FURS WILL BE FOUND TO BE THE HIGHEST .Ask Us And PhOVE IT DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADPRESS: 320 6IH P.O. BOX 3 -'Mfyst 5 Will give you absolute satisfaction in menu, comfort and oi'ices. 1 ts FOUR-PIECE OROiESTRA DAILY f 12 to lo 1 EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEFS AY i 3 MOUeHATE PRICES. Q 1 J.L. MILLER. N. H. HURRAY, 'Proprietor. Manager. ;