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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1920 ALBERTA, Products Ltd., Holds An-' of the company past and AWfin'o- fnrnnam- tlio tor'tho cond- nuai aieeimg and that -sag -making Hopes to 'Establish Alfalfa the business so successful. We now WP-I] MumifiVfurinir havo more than ono share- Heal Jianutaciunng lloWergj he 8ailJ each 9hare holder Feeding Vnrds Also on Ihe wouia giro the company a share ot his Had Vorv Sucrensfiil and soiling patronage, the con- >erj suctessiui tlquea success of tte compaliy. Wt9 leaf.' -'I assured. .One thousand dollars each i -per year could be easily gken, yet that ivould moan a business ot teu ere was an enthusiastic lot of thousand month, a business which ers at the special .nieetliijf of Iho (ho trado cl Aon-memtors would easily eholders of Farm Products I.M., doable. here was an fanners shar linld In; tho Y.M.C.A. on ,Saturdax afternoon, More, than fittr slitrehojd- He pointed out the need ot Increased storage and potatoes. hi '.and werajhaet year the potktb 'crop generally gratified to hear the encouragtne re- Iprer North America was II eht, Locally ports of the success of the company's r we had WE .but n-hen at the business, the Ypltiruo of business dur- 1 end of we .wanted to soil IngUhe pasC leu luoiilhs being 25 per at thirty-two dollars a ton on curs the cent greater than that done In any previous year.' But the liiombers are anxious that the co acllvltles ot the com- Ihlrty-U dealers said 1011 ton on cars the 'No. 'Before the end of the month well get them for twenty." Valtcd for a market the frost ruined'our crop.' Ample storage pany should be mucli erlendcd both at' wonld assure the local plen- Coaldale and Lethbrlflge. For purpose the subscribed capital this', ty of potatoes at a fair price and the has been almost doubled and with a favor- able season it will bo doubled again. producer fair recompense, for his labor. Properly stored, the potatoes could become the security for securing Additional' warehouse facilities are to: tho cash to pay the expenses of har- secured at Coalflale and coal, Ho expressed his thanks to farm the members for.their support and con- 'wire, machinery and general supplies will be handled. n A oommllteo. was appointed to con- sider tho advisability' of Installing a large alfalfa iiiltl to of the ttemancl for alfalfa meal which the company's product has already telopei. May.Establish Feeding Yards Tn addition the" company quaint feeders witri the economy of using the ground alfalfa in the winter feeding of both sheep and cattle. No future will see large feed- ing plants Installed at CoaWalo for finishing both beef and mutton. Entertained at Banquet Fornjeriy Belonged to Standard Furniture' Unknown At tho meeting adjourned to the Alber.ta Grill, where the members were.the guests of the company ;for dinner. President Glaspey presided. With him at the head table were scat- cd Vice-president G.-O. Kerr, Director 11. A. Suggltt, J. P. Baldwin, president Coaldalo U. P. A.; W.JIcKenzle, pre- sident Bast Lelhbrldge-TJ: P. A.; Boyden, president Wilson U.P.A., and -D. Khi'g, ot- Coaldale. for Us gbqu fellowship ,5ml definite' buslnesVplan- the; flrs't'iluic'ithe share: holders- from anil Coaldale had.'got-together in numbers, and''each Eeeiiied to'be delighted'to "find that though'each'! group which they, -ifanted-served, yet, 'they "wore united on. the hirgcst. p.ogsible meaa- co-operation! Needs At Coaldalo ,'t.fras decided to have a .into the offer of a building with a fine storage basemeiit mado by the Hay Growers'Hall Com- 1 pany. (jTho I-ethhridge committee will look m'to tho'needs of: Iho district tributary to'tho'city. The members wore quite sure that warchpiise ac- commodation .could ba financed.' As it: ''Qur.production, liar, made possible tho business of many con- Cerh'S'ih the city; whj' not our Feetilng'of Stock II. .TJ. Hcltnmn urged that greater attention he paid to tho feeding of stock.. Alfalfa, particularly in the form of meal was one of the most economical of foods. Our fanners should prepare to feed it. In. Idaho, the' irrigated valleys -were'b'nllding up fjreal stock 'feeding plants, bringing the, stock to the feed, not hauling the feed to the .stock. Similar develop- ment was bdnh.d to come here, in- crejsing Immensely the vnlue of tho Irrigated lands. S. S. Dunham counselled the closest co-Sp'eratiori between all comnninities rep'i-esonted, -Whilo each hr.d lb! own problems, yet they ,must rce.ognlze thnt it iva3; only by fl hrond outlook united action that they cpuliVbuild lip r. company capable of'giving si largo anil 'B'atUfactory ssrvic'e to' the (arincrs In the. Lcth'btldg'a district. .V Manaalns Director, Reports the manacing director, Yf. A. Ham-, lltoii. briefly reviewed the 'activities PAGE SEVEN Osthmd, Their. Solicitor; Says Closed Shop Order Be Carried to Highev Court does not of coal operations authority 'hich' the Company uow being, prosecuted, it was con- tended that the Only authority the director of coal operations hns under No: 1725 is to make imiulrtes arid lo '.Mssuo such orders as are necessary Mfor taa'making: of and "After' due consideration of the, matter' I of the opinion that this conte'iJtipn.; cannot upheld. The preamble So. is oi 'douSldorable assistance In interpreting of the order Hsblf] and irtiile the working of the might hare more clearly set oat the powers ot the director of coal operations, 1 am satisfied that Section 'J of the order is suft'ioiontly explicit, and would render tho man- ager ot the Canmore Coal Company liable to penalties .-had he disobeyed Order No. HI of the director of coal TKe irords in Section [3 of .the j order-inKiouncil Xo. 1725, which support this view are aa fol- lows: 'The owner, agent, and man- Mr. H. Ostlund. ivho wilh Mr. Mac- Leod Bincldr, K.C., of Calgary, prose- ouUd Canmore Mine t-ase, In an, Interview this morning Elated tu tha HeraSd ttat the ease.irill.bD ce'r- liluly token to the' appellate 'divisloh of supreme court- IJa'arfcued tha't the mcslstrate ield: that there a hreach ,oj Ihu" Industrial, Disputes Act and fc-went on to say that tho or- der of Armstrong over- ruled the same.': Mr.' Ostluhd contends that the Armstrong order could not in- validate a Dominion act, The case for the mine operators was handled by Mr. J.'-B. MacLeod, of Clarke, Canon, and MacLeod, Cal- gary. ._ 'The verbatim ruling ot 'Magistrate I more Coal Limited. ager of every coal niine shall comply with the ojders and directions of the' director senerally In connectloa with the management, Operation and uso of ralne. "1 am satjsfied that Order No. HI ot tha director of coal operations had tci do ivilh-XtliQ; Mcanagement and operation of the mine ot tho Con- Davidson was as follows: "The manager of the Canmore Coal! Company, Limited, posted the effect of which was that, onj and after March 23, 1920, ail miners" Tvorfeing for the company who were eligible for membership In tie United Mine Workers of America should .sign U. .11. W.'s 'checlc-oft' before be-. Ing alloired to work. "A la-rgo number ot employees of the company ohjectnd to signing .the "I therefore dismiss the charge, "VvVS. SAVID80N, 'Magistrate." r fife of a- delapidafed'.'. framq i'e.'" Sparks blown on a west ,win3 about ten o'clock last night attracted hun- dreds of people lo Third.Avenue nnd Second street to destruc- tion by structui'i as llie vrarehouse of the old Standard Furniture. Company ahd later gain'ed notoriety 'through, an to have ft turned Into a lagallied resort. cause of. the J re Is a rnystery. "Answering an nlarm'frpmjboi'twelve, firemen froib both EtalipnB-were soon 'on the scene. flames had gained such headway that a tcloudburat would not have building. The flames-were-soon shoot- Ing through the jumped to a telephone polo at rear, bringing the wires down. Several lines hose were quickly trained on tho but ail but ono were taken off to save adjoining struc- tures. One cottage on' Third avenue near the old warehouse was slightly damaged by Ore-on the roof. Bucket brigades were busy all Ihc'tlmo dam- pening fences and outhouses, within reach of tho sparks, that travelled' well ovor a block away -by ;the west wind. In loss than halt on hour the Ware- house was burned'to tho1 ground andj the firemen confined their efforts toj saving the the interior of which was not touched by the names but was damaged by water. Tho water pressure was good" and fire de- partment's pump worked well. According to the record's 'of the fire department no estimate has been made of the loss'but'it Is understood that the last tirao this "building was sold it.brought which resulted in their being unable to work for the com- pany. .7 "Notwithstanding the evidence giv- en by a couple oi ei-employees, I .do not thisK-that anyone .actually refused permission to work because of his not signing the.'check-off.1 1. "No request was the com- pany or its employees for a board oi conciliation under tho provisions of the Industrial Displues Investigation Act. "I think what happened would consBtuto a breach of the pro- visions of the Industrial Disputes In: vestigatlon Act, were, it not for the! fact -that the director o! the coal .-operations issued :certaln order which! the Canmore Coal Company, obeyed, and rtlch -I think justifies their action. "The director of coal operations appointed by order-in-conncil, and .his powers are set out in. the; Precipitation Over Two Inches So Far This toba Seeding Progress Seeding in Soulhern Alberta Is again held up by the rain which began to fall about nine o'clock Monday night. Light showers during the night wern followed by heavier rain start'ng at noon Tuesday and unless very, warm weather with plenty of sunshine fol- lows there will bo a delay of at four days in getting to work on the land. Reports from 'Macleod this after- noon are that a gentle rain Is falling there. The whole Lethbridge railway i district .is covered by tho a term. The last tall of ruoleturo brings the total precipitation for the month ot April over tho tvro inch mark, far ex- ceeding tho records for the month dur- ing the past 18 years, I Manitoba Progress WINNIPEG, IE now under -way hi the Cartwright dis- trict, a number of farmers having done a little seeding'the latter part of last coiuieu I week. The land is drying up rapidly ATTACKED SPANISH and except for low spots most fields QUEEN'S TRAIN (are now in condition for work. Most ot tho countrv between Win- SEVILLB, Spain, April nipeg and Olenboro Is getting into dlts attacked a train last night qaj splendid shape and farmers in tho dls- trict of Glenboro were plowing yes central Alberta farmer to report to the provincial department o! agricul- ture that he bas begun oa tie land is James McColl, M.LuA., whose farm is at Youngstown, HB started plowing on Monday. It the. present mild weather continues, plowing will bo general early in May. There is about launches of scow on the ground in the Edmonton district, but it is going fast. Seeding cannot well bo completed during May, but it is ejected the major portion will be in the ground by that time. U.FA RELiff 1 which Queen Victoria and her bro- tha Marquis ot Carlsbrooke, were travelling from Madrid to Seville. The robbers made an unsuccessful attempt to carry off the royal plate which the crueen. was taking with her. Accused .of'Catering nig 'milk, a WajTiesborough, farmer took tho cow around with him aud sold his milk serred hot Relief money gathered in the Lelh- hriiige district through tlie United farmers ot Alberta locals was spent Jn fyethbddge. This statement was made this morning by A. Hamilton, sewetary-lreasurer of tuo Lelhbridee district of tlie-O. r. A. Jlellef work for this district "was looked after considerably by the: locals within the district. Since the first of the year JH5 haa been subscribed for this purpose. .The V. K. A. local at .Wilson did a lot of Independent woric. packing iioxa which they ilis- irilutcd tbrougu tho district associa- tion. This morning JJr. Hamilton stated that t'uo WiUon local has given Commerce. {15.00; onrt Kasf. l.ctli- liridge J11J.50 j'or relief ivork. The Synod of tfuron will be ton- vened in Uraiitford on.May 10 to 1.'. Will Be Submitted To The Rate- Bonds to Sinking Fund Burgesses of the city will soon be called on to vote on a bylaw, If the same is sanctioned by the boafd of public utilities, for the sum of approximately Thfs sum, IncMrreU during a per-" _' iod of years ante-dating tKe Blife of the present council, has been expended in amounts" not enough .to be covered by a'single debenture and there is no deben- ture to'cover the same at present time. Thc'lntention of the council Is to obtain debentures ?oi' the same and apply the anio'unt ta tne sinking fund. SJFt AUCKLAND GEDDES REACHES UNITED STATES NEW YORK. April Auckland Geddes, the new British ambassador to the United arrived here late today on the'1 steamer- Kafserin Auguste Vic-.' torla from, Liverpool.1 With Lacfy i Ceddes, he was taken aboard the revenue cutter Calumet at quaran- tine and landed at Battery Park. terday. By the end ot the week, if good weather continues, plowing will- be fairly 'the dls-'] trltt. Reports from various western points indicate that owing to the early winter there isVgreat.dcal to be done. Inches. Snow, Edmonton EDMONTON, April first urder-in-cpuncil .d atedi June 25; 1917, add orderJ in-council No. 2465, dated ''December 20, 1919." "I'disposed of all .arguments '-pre- sented at the trial with, the eiception o" the point raised for the prosecu- tion that order-in-council 1725: SELECT NEW JAIL SITE 1 PJtINCE Sask., April Tho lioii. A. P.'McNsfb, mlntster of pubifc. works for the' province, is here lorlay (electing a site'for the now pro- Vincial jail, construction on vfhlch is to be commenced at once. HAVE YOU TRIED Kirkby's If'not, wo Only ask do ao. Bvon if wo do say it our- IT'S DELICIOUS KIRKBY'S S. C. SHORT MANAGER WE FORGET" THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER, I. 0. 0. E. WlLt, HOLD A ON SATURDAY, APRIL 24 The Proceeds to be Used for the Upkeefc of the Soldiers' Plot in _ the Cemetery Food Well prepared, well served and moderately priced is what makes this a popular and satisfying place to eat, The Yale THE NEW CAFE 21Z FIFTH STREET SOUTH OFFER FOR PELTS AND FURS WILL BE FOUND TO BE THE HIGHEST Ask Us And PROVE IT DEALER? IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 340 6lh ST. 5, CREAM .SHIPPERS ANOTHER ADVANCE IN CREAM No. 1 Sweet Cream.................................. .76 No, t Sour .No. 2 Sour ,70 Ship your cream to us for best prices. CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED In justice lo tho farmers, .fhcy should bo Betting threo times as much as they are for tho milk, to meet oxpensea of tho last two months; feed at its prico find -irsather con- ditions. should bo gcfthig threo times as much for delivering the milt over.'the wonderful roads as we havu here. Two of our delivery outfits are stuck in the mutl this morning ami it may toko hours to get them people wonder tho delivery of milk is late. Crystal Dairy Limited To the Congregation of St. Augustine's' A, Y. P. A. Requests the Pleasure of Your Company at "A GET TOGETHER SOCIAL" IN TUB MASOmO HAUj, WED., APRIL 21st. Any one falling to receive, a personal invitation will please accept thlj as ouch. Social commences S o'clock aharn, and "everyone ia urged to be on lime, 60 as amusements may bo commenced early. D A N'C E At thn close of tho social a dance will bo'given from 11 ir> 2 and a. diarfca of oOc made, to help cover expenses of Iho evening. GOOD M08IO K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Oranges, large size. dozesl, 90c aiid Seed Potatoes. Gold Coin, per sack.................. f5.75 Vermicelli, 15 oi pkg., ca. 15c Beer Sfcak Sauce, per bo'ttle 35c Orange1 Marmalade, Li'.bby's, per bottle...................42c Garnishing Cherries, bottle 25c and .....................40c illorse' Hadlsh, Taylor's, per bottle................... (5c Orange Jelly, Sunkiat brand 30c Raspberry Jam. -per bottle napcry, and the pleasing S surroundftigs, J 5 Diiilng hore becomes habitual, 'There's a reason. 5 FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY 12 to to II ii I i 5 J. L. MILLER, Proprietor EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEFS AT MODERATE PRICES. a -y N. H. MURRAY, OUR PRICE LIST FREE ON REQUEST WILL EXPLAIN WHY IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO COME TO US WITH YOUR HIDES, WOOL, 3HEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW. Wt ire the Largest Dealers In Western Canada Selling Direct to Tanners. A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1231 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 695 OFFICE: WINNIPEG. AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT ;