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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 '.WHERE YOU EXPECT IT r THE LETHBRIDGE PAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL, NEWS "THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVE'H- IS YEAR E. H. Strickland Presses on Board of Trade Need pf Early Preventive Should ditioris so Far Ideal for Propagation of the Governments Being Asked to 'Committee is Named.- J district Is tlia Peter Lund, E. H. Daniels, W, n placue of Erasslioppers J H. Fairfield and Mr. Strickland were this summer. E. H. Strickland, Do-1appointed a commiUeo to sUri tte a few- years to get much uiora land under irrigation, to. If we talk eenst- ily, and act with good sanso, we cau tuinlou told members of the board of trade at the noon lun- cheon Thursday that unless precau- tions .ore taken no crop'will be har- -VBrted nest fall in this district. He pointed out that last summer from Lethbridge to th'e southwest cor- ner of tlio province grasshoppers were thick but because the district did not any crops the farmers.did .not pay any attention to the'pests .and there was no damage done. All condi- tions this spring are ideal for the ger- mination of the hoppers, ha paid, and undoubtedly the ground is sown thick capuscles conUiiuiiig their eggs. Kicligrasshopper able to survive, last Winter's early start should bo good for Epventy-fivo hoppers this spring, ho estimated. The question of a preventive raws- uro is' marked .with difficulties. The scarcity of ifced and tho 'flour fiilua- tlou tends" to make tho -hich' notice ol'incor- loration appears in" the latesl Alberta has already been subscribed and many of the lejtdlng citizens of aud. district are represent- ed in the list oi'. subscribers. An offprt ISj-beihg ..made by local airmen' 'to havp, O. >f. vice- chairman. of the Canadian 'Air. Board, Lethbrldge for the of addressing local bodies to stir- up rreater interest, here Canada's uture flying activities. Next.week Is self-denial week .in tjie Salvation Army all over the .terri.lory covered by that body.' InXefhbrldge efforts are being made to niak'e' the week a successful -one for This week as prayer .week. An opportunity will bo given to al to give as much, as they can spare to- ward the work of the Salvation Array The appeal will, he made to. the po.'or as well ?.s the rich, ns the is snilt milk and "eve that one is In a' positi.on crrinl -over t But do Tithout something, even If It .Is ke to VyTs ttat wo cont the gospel as preached by the Salva .ion Army. .CASE is DISCONTINUED WAGE SCALE FOR G. T. R. EMPLOYEES OTTAWA, April A new sche- dule of wages is In .cours'e of prepara- tion -by the employees' committee in the Grand. Trunk Railway dispute, but it is not likely to-be tjompleted be- fore tomorrow evening. On comple- tion it will be submitted to the com- pany for consideration. HAVE YOU TRIED 's i If.not, we only'ask you to do ,60. ".Even; .if we do saylt.cur- ITS DELICIOUS KIRKBY'S S. C. SHORT MANAGER K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Iloyal Ann Cherries, per tin 36c reamealcd Roll ISc White Onion Pickles, Ilccl Cross. per b'oltle 45c'- Oiiili Con Carne, Van Camp's. per tin Pilchard's, per tin 15o Old Drown Windsor Soap, 4 cakes.................. 2oo Elkhorn Cheese, per-tin't.. 2Sc and.................... 40c Celery, per Radishes, per bunch 10s Rhubarb, per Ib. 20c: ftesh Asparagus 36c New Cabbage............ 14c Hot House Tomatoes, per Ib. 75c -I-ettuce, Hot House, per Ib. 40o Cucumbers, cacli......... "I0c Florida Grape Fruit, 2 2 for 35c. M- and 2 for 45c Bananas, 2 Ibs. for 35c Corn Syrup, quart sealers, each GEO. KERM CO. FAMIUY GROCERS SERVICE'AND SATISFACTION IsDMONTON, April legal action, Boudreau ster, which arose over a liquor investigation at the 1019 ses- sion of the Alberta has been di'scontfmied, the plaintiff, Ijiclen Boudreau, ItA. for St. Alhort, paying air the costs incurred. Dunlop Pratt were solicitors for the de- fendant. 'LEST WE FO R G E T" ,THE SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. WILL HOLD A ON SATURDAY, APRIL 24 Proceeds to be-Used for the Upkeep of the Soldiers' Plot in the Cemetery To Our Friends and Customers We have enlarged and rearranged our shop, and and invite your inspection, Customers can now expect a better service than ever. We have always aimed at giving every satisfaction, and the fact that we have had to enlarge our shop, seems to us to prove that we have been success- ful. We invite your business, and assure, you that we shall continue our policy of thoroughness in every way, Lethbridge Motors Ltd. FIRST CLASS MECHANIC, TOP WAGES AND STEADY WORK, THE SILVER GRILk Service is v.-hal you hero iu its uioal foruij The H food v-'c serve is good, kind you .relish and H- enjoy and Ihe food enjoy ibat is rciilly uouriEbing. And it's not atono wliat we you Hint makes sc the way we serve you. Tho courteous, solicitous at- ,s tchiion, Hie variety of good things you bavo lo choose from, the clean, bright (lights and cullsry, ttic frcsli. .crigji napery. ami the Blessing surroundings. S pining here liccomes habitual. There's u reason. 3 FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY 12 to lo i EVERVTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT'CHEFS AT MODERATE PRICES. 1 J. L. MILDER, Pcop.rletor N. H. Manager CREAM SHIPPERS ANOTHER ADVANCE IN CREAM No, 1 Sweet Cream.................................. -76 No. 1 Sour Cream......................................73 No. 2 Sour Cream Sliip your', cream 10 us for best prices. CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED In Justice to.lho should ho-getting Ihreo times aa mach as-lhcy are for tlie milk, Id raoet cxitoiisM of the last two raonlhs; feed at Its price and ccn- dltiong, We should ho getting three limes as much for delivering the milk over the wonderful roads as wo liavo here. Two of our delivery outfits are stuck in llic mud this morning and !t may taks hours In got them out; and people wonder why ihe delivery of milk Is lato. Crystal Dairy Limited ;