Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TWELVE THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD APMfi nditions ot tho roads e two parties ot Northern pound has teen delayed from appearances today it looSs as, II (bev will have to remain !n town 40- 'fight Reports received at tho offices o- the project indicate that the roads are too slippery (or travelling. No meeting ol tie board of trustees Ss'scheculed tor this week to deal fur- ther with bond issues. Tho board will mett on Saturday, sitting as a court ot reYision to hear complaints re- Mraias assessments, practically no rbal complalntB been received from those interested in the district, the communications received in an- swer to the assessment being more to obtain than register complaints. Six Telerans MM to dlsplose- her Losses In cattle on tho teiie ranches In Alberta this year will not amount to anything to talk about, according to a statement made yesterday, by Ci forgo fl. (Jioakey. ranch In- spector. In an Interview Mr. said that losses dur- ing the winter will uot exceed five per cent., in spite ol the feed situation. Cattle .hare not suffered as much as horaea, he taU. Although many horses wero welt led they died. There seerjs to be some disease cur- rent that officials have not mastered and which Is taking maro off. than lack of feed. Is'st weei by Mrs. John Sorgard, Mrs. ty Mrs. Nor- uiau .N'elsoo and her former school- uiato. Munson. Among'.ihoss to brare the elemunls Vna haul hiy for tholrsUck through tha deepest' mud the country Las tnown for.years, wero t'has. Os- eeu. Jack and George Koeuen. Mrs. Mills was calling on Geo. Ramsey Jtursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Mellow drove to Lethbridge oa Tuesday anil thflr daughter..Mrs. G. Vau Brocklln, on their way home. The attendant at church Increases 'each Sunday.. The music has beea I streuglheued by addition of an organist and Yjollnist, last 8uu- 'J day a vocal was rendered by Mrs. J[ I Earl Hammon, irhose ability is widely recognlictt. A U. P. A. meeting was' held Satur- day night for the final settles up of the hay problem. froin Front Pate.) (ANNUAL SPRING FUN ON Q008E LAKE LINE (From Our Own Correspondent) April excitement warn Germany of the consequences iha establishment of i-govahtment hostile to execution cf the treaty wojild have with regard to revictual liug thevountry, was taken last even- Ai Identical note was'presented to' undcr-secretary of forelga af- fairs' by the represenlallves of the allies." Olflclal i SAX HBMO. April continued its oxamlnatlou of Turk- treaty at the formal session. 'An official statement issued by the premiers said: morning tho coDfe'Mhce thai trains j "chamter 4s resolved to obtain in the can run'tbrough to Calgarj'- Interest of the general the, I establishment of normal relation? be' Stratford ctty council at a specialitween.all natlocs, absolute dIsanna- mectlns passed an early closing by'Germany." aw for grocers. Tho committeo Instructed Its It is a mistake to offer your friends inferior tea when you can Just as easily give them Blue Ribbon. Warrens in Limelight Jn Friday's Lethbrldge Hcraid there appeared an article under big heed- Jines stating that Construc- tion Company Is Slaking Strong Did for Irrigation Contmct." The icit of article went on to stale, thai at the'msetlng where the SMar option oitiha bonds given to Mr. Roberta "the name of the company mentioned meeting is tho Warren Con- struction Company." This Inference, if It ba one, that lie company has connection wXh the op- tion he obtained is strongly denied by Mr. -HbberU. He said trm< It fB-possiblo that the connection At a special meeting of the Public Schools' Board held on Monday., night, contfacte were allotted to those who tendered for supplies for the schools. These vrere distributed amongst J. G. Robertson and Co.. Twentieth Cenlury Store, Everalls Ltd., and E. N..3Ioyef and Co. Dr. Black, Superintendent of SchoolE, has lost z- second private sec- retary In the resignation of Mrs. Pugh distance of about nine milts from- her own home. Herman WilHams returned from Lethbrldge on Sunday, where he had been since "Wednesday. 'He was ac- companied by John Koenen, .Sr. Fred Leverlck came out from Coal- dale Saturday, bringing Miss Turner, the new teacher for the 'Gold Ridge school. J. M. Holmes and his slsler have moved to the Geo. Miller farm In the Gralaville district. The news has reached us that Mr and Mrs. Fred Hart are parents ot a baby girl. Mrs. Hart was formerly succeeded Miss and Bleteher fne borhood Saturday ,n tho nelgh and pass c, td fricnds her-e ha heard w a rtion Company in Wesre Canada for. a long time past. The mere fict' that ho obtained the i Snpermtendent orMo'r? to sell Uie bonds, said Mr. I requested to nnd another sul able wj( wlio DeI1Ter 0 noberts has nolhtag whatever to do) to fll1 at thc same Coleman, have sold their home nea with .the fact' that the company seeking the i iu the Chairman Mr. Jollnaon kod Rcd Deer and expect to move t Comb'den was engaged h, leacllor for tlle sparc rooll, in the Gal- t crts is working provides that he has thirty days to dispose of the bonds, j t.. they must be sold to net not to the irrigation district in Canadian dollars. At pros- ent rates ot exchange, this would jnsah that the bonds' would havo to be sold at about 90. Jir. Roberts said that he had also' had irord (rom Premier Stewart, Mho said that he had not been, correctly represented in saying that the JOT- ff ernmerit refused -to sanction the op- tion given on tho bonds. What the government desires to supervise, salrt ff Mr. Roberts, was tho actual sale, and lieforo any sale '.a put through, it will have to meet tho approval, of the o provincial treasurer, and tho lleulen- ant-B.overnor-m-coiiiieil, according to the terms ot the Irrigation Act. Add About 25 Per Cent, in Or- der to Cover Coat of Re- placement' HICOST OF CLOTHES HITS SEftGT. BOWKER In the matter of flttlnB him out with U'.s uniform, Sergeant Bowker. the heavyweight of the city force, has the dis- tinction of costing more to clotho thau any other member of "the force. la the tender submitted by the Colonial Tailors for five suits at per suit, it was specially stipulated that that for Sergeant Bowker waj to be J1S eitra. Tho con- tract was given the firm at .the price named, not allowing for the special size for thfi ser- geant. Turin people were grieved to hea of the death of Mr. Johnson's mothe who was also an old resident ot Tu in. She passed Easter Sunda after a long illness. While climbing hand over band ol of a well-Tuesday, Frank Koenen eu tatned an injury which was pronoun ed as a very bad strain by Dr. Love The Ladies' Aid passed a very e JoyaWe afternoon last Wednesday i the home of Mrs. Roy' Handley. The quilt which-has been undi I construction for several weeks w; ff sewn together and exceeded the e pcctalions of-its creators by its han some appearance. The Aid was tho recipient of tw gifts !o be sold for the'benefil of t j organization, namely, a dainty plllo cover and an elaborately design yoke, crocheted Mrs. .Cole. 't I Mrs. Harold Cole was entertain The Insurance bill of CilsJ.rr, 'like that ot Lethbridge, has np In th9 prorislons made for the present cost ol in Bams to rebuilt B resnlt of fire. Jnsnrances huro ncconJ.lngly In- cfcased. Calgarr Just taken the step which the city of Lethbrldgs had considered and took met six wtelie ago. At a special meeting of the corra- cil, on Febrnnr? 25th, the following resolution was passed to lake care of the present situation.' "Thai In view of tho Increased cost of building the city clerk bo Instruct- ed to Increase tha Insurance on the Exhibition Buildings br 25 per cent.; the Children's Shelter'by the Isolation Hospital by the city Etablcs by and the offlco fnmi- luro b7 "And that one year's policy be tak en on the assurance with a view to canceling when all policies nre ra- oa July 1st as on investigation on the insurance. 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