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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL ,NEW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HEHALD'S PAGE OF- LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL LETHBRIDGE, ALBKRTA, PAC.i: SEVEN _ Urges Against Dissension But Asks Th'at Safe Business Methods Be Delay Not Fatal- Hard as Ever. -Boosts As "I want It thoroughly understood that there Is no man in Lethbrljge Northern district more anxious to soo an early start made on construction of the works than I Chairman T. )V. Crofts of, i ho board ol trustees to iho Hcral'l ahi reaitly to sacrifice uiysclf a! any time In order to hurry along 'the work, but so long as I am In tho nositloU I occupy I will stand for straight business-like deal- ings in every pbaee ol the uudertak- fng. I do not want to hurry things along now expense ol the peo- ple ot the. district and have them polLllnc tho.flnger.or scorn at me a tew years lieucb anil laying .that if 1 acleii right whou llu> coritrjift TTHS beliig considered and when ine" bonds I v wore betas 'sold they would not ho S1000 aenl 10 iravlng Eovmuclv for their Irrigation rights. VAnil another'thing; T want our dis- trict to 'work iu the closest harmony with tlic provincial government In this undertaking. The government is with us .to put thia project through In the cpotrucllon companies will get the contract so (ar as 1 am concerned, But lp sell our bonds we must'-get our credit In tho best Thane. 'Wo roust not overlook tho human element In this. We must carry on the work of our dis- trict In such a ilray as will Inspire confidence, among "tho men who are seeking details about our bonds. "A little delay Is not a fatal thing to the project, although I. Bay that It could slart tomorrow to turn sod I would be willing to go ahead. Hut L', while are to put'thej money byliw to the peoplf we give the Bai-oni-Macleod chance to come In the coat per acre of tha will-be i good thing-for our.; credit. And another thing, at the present time {be outlook for a crop is good. We have the iuois- ture. Don't you they send their repre- senUttrec out to look over the ground see us vlth fine crops oil our land without Irrigation, will consider our bonds risk than under pres- ent circumstances. I do.'.There is every need to hurry this proposition alone, but there IB no need ouuurry at the cost of dissension and at Ihc cost of paying probably hundreds of; of; trade, 'tho lio'ls'eTnado thousands more in the long run tban1 by w.'A. Buchanan. Mr. Marnoch ami! lY.llSWES Prfeideh't. Marnoch Hears That Protests of Results According to a telegraui received today by Mr. G. R. Marnooh. president hig will! inud. C. P. R. EMPLOYEES HAVE KICK AT CITY C. P. R. employees aro up in onus about condition of the crossing in front ol C. P. R. elation and also crossing at St. and 2nd Ave. AcoorHoB to representstlous made to (be requests have been made to city officiate'to- cinders placed In ot atiaou but so far uolh Belief Fund to be advisable to make our contribution to bridge in some of the most spent iu Calgary In purchases for, the relief of distress In Greatly, resented by THIRD SOUTH, TRIED If onjy' to do so. Even if wo do say it our- IT'S DELICIOUS KIRKBY'S 8, C. SHORT MANACER the south Is the retail mercbanU. and nn Indignation ruecting of the executive of.the .assoc- iation was held in the Board of Trado building on Friday afternoon to take action in what was regarded as the unwarranted action of the local Red speak- ing at the meeting, and the opinion was loiidly volcefl (hat when there was money to be.raised in the city tho local merchants were the first to lie called on, but when the money was to he spent they were utterly disregard- ed as in the present in the money being Kent out of the city when It could have been spent here. It was not.the foot that they were on to contribute that the merchants re sentcd. They were only loo happy to aid in what was requirecl, but it via the principle adopted that galled them, particularly Iri ;the fact that things' could be purchased in Lcth- brldgn RE cheap, U not cheaper, than lit Calgary. Tlicy felt least were entitled to "theT'considera- 'tion of being asked to quote prices for necessary.' One merch- ant stated'that it was fact -that retail goods could be purchased (in I.etlibriage as cheaply as' In the hvholesalo 'firm of Brock In Calgary. 'On tho whole they looked'on the Be- lt ion of the Red Cross as a raw deal so Jar as tbe merchants of the city were .concerned.. X Beyond Comprehension The action of the Reij Croiss was Jieyond comprehension, was the opin- ion voiced, when it Is remembered that, at the time tho Women's ClTlc Club were begging help of the Board of Trade to bring relief to tho farm- 'ers who wcro dried out last season, ithe Red Cross never so much as one merchant put it "made a poop." The feelings of the merchants were further greatly aroused owing to what tho Drpushl Relief Fund In cash, and valuable swlverlWns for the south o[ we now enclose cheque for as the within huaiar. a contribution from the By bringing the British edit- Branch of the Canadian Red Cross." prs through this district, the centre They regarded it-as an uncalled I of'cnal production and the centra or ir- imputation on the merchants of Letii-' rlgatlon, Oroat Britain mil learn first POTATO SUPPLY IS RUNNING LOW HERE Potatoes are getting scarce for the supper tablet in Ltthbrldg-. The local Is running low and It Is believed Is now about drained. However, the district has done according to ?ne mer- chant to get this far along on local considering that per cent., of the crop destroyed by frottb last sum- mer.: r Xbs wholesale price of potatoes now runs' in the neighborhood of a but., which is much cheap- -er than at many eastern points. In regard to teed potatoes the merchant ealrf. that the local cup- ply'hail for some time and this product Is now being Imported. ----------------1---------- G. W. V. A. WILL HAVE LADIES' AUXILIARY The executive of the Great War Veterans) Asibclatlon has decided to actively, proceed for Sections of the coal operators aro confident (hat a low freight be grantetl to wan, anil as far norili as Iml nol to so great an extent''there. Brumhellev practical! controls the northern and central Saskatchewan market, oscept wheie mth-aclle is> absolutely necessary. it la understood many coal mer- chants throughout Manitoba, an'tl southern Saskatchewan are c-ympa thr.tic. to the campaign to put can coal-off the nv.iket who luxe 'been intf-rasHns a< lively iu the campaign, reiir I lint with a. little educating' ot tlie peoplo ot Manitoba there wiilnot bo much.- THE SIR 'ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER, L 0. D. E. WILL HOLD A GETTING READY FOB ELECTION WINNIPEG, April It- offi- cially announced at the gavernment building today that the 'opening date for registration for the provincial elections will be May Z. Food Well, prepared, served and moderately priced is what makes this a popular and satisfying place to eat. The Yale THE dEW CAFE 612 FIFTH STREET SOUTH C A F E D E L U X 'E SUNDAY, APRIL 18 MUSICAL PROGRAM 1. HI Trovatore VerdUv 2. Tranm De Sennerlrt (flute and Vlotln) (Duet) 3. Hungarian LuUpiel 4. Serenade Schubert 5. Ever or Walje 6. Americana Suite 1. Love Sonj Nevin 8. Four Indian Love Lyrics AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA CHAS. BERESFORD MUSICAL DIRECTOR 12: 00 to 1: 30 to A. Y. P. A Heqnwtijne Pleaanre ot Your Company at "A' GiET; TOGETHER SOCIAL" !M THE MASONIC HALU WED., APHID 21st. Any one failing to receive personal InvlUtlqn will oleaso acce-pl this as'each. Social-commences'at 8 o'clock and'overyone is urged to bo on lime, so ns amaeemcnts may bo commenced early, D A N C E At Ilio close of the social a dance will bo given from 11 to 2 uni a chftrgo of 60c made, to help cover expenses of Uie evening. (30 OD MUSIC ANYONE WBIXJOMii On Sot, April 24th The proceeds to be uied for the upkeep of the Soldiers' Plot in, the Cemetery. K Daily STORE NEWS AFTER SUPPER SPECULS O'CLOCK TO O'CLOCK Tomato Catsup, Coffee. Our Ideal Blend, regular price G5c; on sale after sup- per 55c Bean or fresh ground.; Quaker 'Oats, per -tube 3Jc Green Gage Plums, 2 tins.. 55c Pumpkin, Del Monte brand, dry pack, per tin 24c- Pickles, Llbby's Sweet -Mlxcti, 45c Clark's bottle per 25c Jam, Hamsterioy rarm, the jamithe world .'produces, iper -pail 'Tatie '1 (In. boxes, regular pfice. oh sale. 75c Sugarrt I'oanuts, per 35c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVIPE AND SATISFACTION. GUARANTEED Good News for the Dairy Farmer The butter market advanced so that we are now able to quote an advance of eight cents per pound butter fat. Tho price until further notice will be: No. 1 Sweet Cream........................72c per Ib; B. F. No.' 1 Sour 690 per Ib. B. F. No. 2 Sour Cream........................ 66c per Ib. B..F. Wo pay express on the cream and then return empty.can, for the cream by return mall by Domia- Ion.Espress Money Order. We are always In the market for cream, Sweel or Sour, and you may ship to us at any time. Wo nicet all liie trains. We nro'in the market for sweet milk: Write or phono' us. Crystal Dairy Limited OFFER FOR PELTS AND FURS WILL BE FOUND TO BE THEHIGHEST Ask Us And PROVE IT DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 412 ADDRESS; 320 6ih ST. S. P.O. BOX 5 THE SILVER GRILL Service is what you get here in it? mo.U pleasurable form. Tile fooil we serve, is good, wholesome, kind you enjoy and It's only tho food that you onjoy.that is really..nourishing: .3 And it's not alone what wo servo you thai makes dining hero. So tlio way we you. The courteous, solicitous at- tcntiun, tbe variety of good tilings you have to.choose from, the clean. bright dislies and cutlery, Iho fresh, crisp napc-y. and the pleasing Dining here becomes habitual. --There's a reason.- i-r I FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY 1 !2 to to 2 S EVERYTHING.OBTAlrJABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEFS AT MODERA.TE PRICES. J, L, MILLER, Proprietor N. H. MURRAY, 'Manager 1 OUR PRICE LIST FREE ON REQUEST WILL EXPLAIN WHY IT ISTO.VOiSR ADVANTAGE TO COME TO US WITH YOUR HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW.- We are the Largest Dealers in Western Canada Selling Direct Tanners. A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 tnC AVE, 3. LCTIIERIDGE PHONE 595 HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT ;