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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY APRIL. Proprietor Blames Motor Accident on Improperly Graded Street 'A claim for a sum, has own filed against the town of CirdstOT by Holland, proprie- tor of the Cahcon hotel In the town. )n year 1919 the defendtnt town, it !s stated, did or.caused to be done "certain grading and other vorV along the within the town limits, including that known as First Avenue Sooth. In tie doing of tic work, U Js alleged, the defendant caused to be made a steep embank meet or along the said roadwa> and neglected to repair the tame dur ine all the Urns material to the ac- tion and to make it safe for traffic. In particular, it is claimed, the town nee- to construct culverts at Jhe interjections of First Avenue South crossing ii. or otherwise to level or remove tho or ditch as nch points. On or ahout Jaouarj- ISttv. states the claim, the plaintiff Driving hta auto along Second 'Avenue. West, at or its Intersection Viih Krst Avenue, ran, Inilo the Hli car come into [contact ivith same, throwing him'violently against the front part, PtelntHf'd-iims he was fo Injured by that he from- following his occupatlou at his hotel. He-was te- he subjected to asd mental suffering to. the expense ol medical attendance and of he hod to pay for ,a man to the duties of manager of hotel. tae plaintiS.chiiiM the sum o! for special damage find for general damage, together with Ihe costs 'at action. Serr lea of the claim was made by A. E. Hogg, bar- rister of Lethoridse, for AV. Laurje, of Cardston. Means Money in the Bank Later Crop Now Anyway ALLIES HAVE MKT SOVIET? DELEGATES April Andrtir :Bonir Law. the government ipoVesmau, rs- L plying to questions '.it the house ot commons the negotia- tions the Ruulau trade tion at said preliminary dtsvjUBjfon had tiien place betwefn the delegatloa and represenlstlvt-t of the supreme economic council, i but that further progress could not' he- ms da pending cosaidociii'sn by n which Britain, Japan, Prance and the United States would -play a domlntnt role In financiax ol Chi- nese undertakings, but opposes loans now ptndlng. He he.wants In- ternal and. then foreign suptrrlslon ot Hed jovercments' of questions ralMd WHOOPING COUGH wvr ____ A. ihap a ard rel; :HnUL Tfca fcic ti( vithBTrTrbrttth tzikts Irreathinc eun the a and congh. rertfo) nlgbta. 'HIWM Jinking Strenuous Efforls'to Or- ganize 'Waiters and Lauadrymcn After Irvine the Chinese liundry- mea en dfatling to fully organic the men Sr.d ftiUns to folly .organise the O. B. U. is now turning its attention to the waitresses, wallera and cooks In the. local restaurants. tuds are being uuuio to pit many ,o! the Greeks (nto their fold and as tarns of the employ yellow iab- 6r in the. O. B. U. will fake another crack at the Orientals. According to a statement made this morninf the organiier irorldnE bridge fee- tit O. 3. tj. necurcd sA'eu- teen new the aiit help for his organisation. Efforts be made; it is understood, ti have a meeting of tiseso workers calleS for the convenience of the O. B. U. Fast of Lelhlrldse farmers were usy MI isud. oa iioniia? ufsday of week, but todaj- they re repairing .1 orer (he Lethbridge dlyiftoa of the P. R. today irbrk Is beliig lield up i account of snow. Plowing and discing was.being doa; louim BOK and according to work was 'general in that dis- rkt. At Cameron yield, twelve 01 ftten miles north east o! work hts been .tfrogresslns'on the an-t for a tcoupte ilays. Parmere interviewed in Lethhridse urlng the past few. dkys have expres- cd confidence in the "outlook sum- .er. .Several mtlntiTinod tnat tbey arc ow sure of fifteen bushels to the ere, practically without any rain this umoier. Fifteen to'the aero, t the present 'prices, they claim will o a little allcrir them to reak even oa Ihe season's operalions. In order to get a bumpw crop, they rgise. it will be necessary to gel ome ram7during June, "Hiey do nol aeia to wbfryins about the ssvtral aya deliy caused by the preontt Tt Is Just a little rnore-lu Swollen Joints avaatlpattini, alone UtkelhuUtr, aiucu kidney trmbta in all Iti pbuel caafceafiti- .a tox tmtt 7wr dnfittt, tdb fker. if 701 an mot re- Gets First Prize of Poultrj' H.'Livie, Second Black, who was ap pointed to adjudicate on the the arrainrea Leth hy the Ruulan Asked the Kates bad to come to because Great Britain wooM not low Maiim Utvluoff, the scn-iet sentaUva at to -aecoav play Mr. Law thai point had been ratte-: but that there Mere othtr pointt. i STAND OR FALL ON BUDGET PROPOSALS LONDON. AprU bertoln. the chancellor ot tho ex cheqaer, announced lit the house ot commons, today., that .he tntenued to stand or ttill by his cclgical proposal to Incrijise. the profits "U i to 60 per cent, from th'e present 40 per ceat. rate. vhauceiior said, how- that If psoposi'.a subsequently Introduced for Iht taiatton ot, iho estra 20 per csnt. would be remitted. It T as reported last nieht that Mr. Ctkmburhlii vis1, considering wheth- er tax might aoVbe raiue uerniin enl 10 jer cent.'in view o! the hos- tility shown the proposed increase In parliament' and, elsewhere. o QINQHAM FOR "HELLO 01RLS" A.T OALOAFlY CAU1ARY, April In; their allegiance to the stan- art o( those waging war aitalnsl the "high of at least 104 (IrU In. the employ o! the Alherta telephone tern In lay. atlde their and, aHorn themielves1 in gtnjham gowns 'on and tfter he lor this morning. aaid one fanner II Wilt Meet at Shanghai to Draft Program and Con-. stitution Associ- ated elements of :he northern and southern, Chinese governments will merge und orgnnlte a united parliament, probably In Uiis city, in a short time, said Wu Ting Fang, administrative leader and min- ister of foreign of the southern governrnent, on arriving here today. A constitution and peace program will be drafted at the meeting, he. said, thus terminating the Canton govern- ment which, he declared, has ceased to function.. Wu Ting Javors the consortium jbeit S. second, .Hugh.Uvie third, Capper Harrlibn fonrth, Tin Bnrrihani (Mils; River) fifth. Job strth.-. Lucille NOOD: nth; 'Jact i., Ran dalt. X "7 wijurlnleudent statei.tKst the ay of Albert- Maguire, ie best and most independent piece t pointjof Its BteiiaB, English composUion as an Important first' Tioeitkm rwoiild bt o Hugh.Livie'ii'efsay.; Hte compotl- 's lese, original, though form and :Liii loader of naexit can make Had Majority of Voted With the Government OTTAWA. the house di- vided on an amendment liioved by I. Pediow (South that third reading of Mr. Rowell's bill to amend the Pood and Drug Act he not read a Ihird hut that R. be re- ferred back the house in commit- tee for further consideration. The amendment lost 100 a'-ina- jority of 4S lor Ihe government.! The division came after.Miv.Kowell had asked "ttfft the amendnient dn.'the the bill jbadjpass'ed'r'ail; fullest consideration. vote lor his first, he was" ap. opposition benches. Applause from all sides greeted the vote ITughes, who voted with the government..It was his first ballot of the Tht of'the National Pro- gressive party Tottd with the govenii went. ARRY McAVOY, well-khown Los Anjjelec hotel man who says he tpent_a small fortune and trle'rf every reatment coutd .buy without getting relief, until he trltd every treatment money could twenty'-yean. aeir "choice "6E follow- ng Birred Rocks, 20 eggs; raiham, Aaconas, 20; Briefly, 'Wyaodottes Columbia 10; Ziner- BOO, ;R. C. Rhode Wand lleds, Zfl; Oolnnibia' 10, Buff Leghorn 0; Robins, 20; Scott,