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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS 'WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920 LETTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN I This WOI Hun? up Bond Which May Now With- in Two Firmera ot the Northern Irrigation District Trill havo the pleas- ure of fgr tie Issu; aai-e uf boadi 'iD about two .Senator Longhead while in J.eth- brldse yesterday made the :roail clear lor the .voting, tie bis permis- sion for the Inclusion ot the r.ortli Maclbod Officials at the district do not ei- pect it be to hold a of raricbn u lia petition from rionb wu aaaafnious. HoV- ever'll vill heceoaarii. as present gtuid. to go through the rou- tine leading up to a court of rarlifon. That 1e oue of the things that will tske up the InterjeniBg' time. The diBtrJcl.ca.il now proceed with llic istuioK of an ussessment roll. All the plans of the north Macleod dis- trict have bceu sanctioned and All al- terations.made. 'The iiTrral time will have to'he alloVed for an appeal but this ia just x matter of routine, it Is considered. At present there appears to he only one othe'r question that will hold up the, bylaw and that Is its preparation. The bylaw ij.now ir. tho hands of lawyers in Toronto' who have been employed to draft it and Its eioh will depend on when the Toronto lawyers conclude their work. Tills is one piece of good nevs the Lethbridgo Northern farmers hive re- ceived Ihis week and by tha end of ihe reek more good news Is hoped from' Edmonton. Senator Loughccd has ROIIO north to discuss with Pre- mier Stewart the question of flnaneins the district. t DR1LUKO OOOX AT t MCAMFICLD WELL AtUr 4 operattau tt Drumfleld -well ot fora- an to rteuitd. last. OMxiciBMist ol- aaterUI nti i, taw j1 tor tfce rcamptkw ut drilling wu Wiled Iron today, and H li'oBBfidently that' the drill .will be once more iroinK down' within, tba tow pro- (rew ot tie diamond will he watched with' tba keoawt to- teroet by largo ndnbtr ot The Rhyming Optimist (By. Aline Number in. .P. ,R. Are Corrections .N. Finnemore Being Brought Back from 'Hat on Charge Laid by Wife Once there was a busy belns, Mr- Killjoy wai hit name, and the fatt like fleeing the For, H or wnrjm ,WIM depleted to a 'T" by a.WBT cbcDCoaeB, we that it wa> he. Mr. Killjoy all fater In MCb be chanced 'to go, the MOD ecTirrled after to way of woe. mtgfet Mem both and sunny until Killjoy bore In eight, (ben the way changed. tunny; there was ngtiUnf right. He ipread gloom In eroU tad tpluhei once eot into hta etrMe; wu great at pottlnt on tije other ilMe. Ton conia not dewrlbe hlra better thai worda: "Not mtljflod care when he U tome war able to pot uftee on It's t rery wicked feBov woo wrrjld the vidov'a tnlto; but' we.donbt1 If that'a more yellow thjui thta chief delight Ar.cl we Dive ho kindly feeling; (or Jjhe pirate's bloody plank, for ha iete onr blood congeftlfag whea he makes follcs walk the plank. Bat, dolled up with dirk end eMhea, we wonld swear that we'd frted we'd etoop to patting ukn on -another fellow's He li bat K mees2y critter who joy fa other's woe and who to awke tblnxa bitter for Mwn Lhor go. So, let Mr. Kill- joy to the only (trie ha can, it ney make ns nerrous jnet to think tbovt the man. In one way hl concerning the B D. B. G. Mr. Stlbbard arrived lu Lethbrfige this morning Before the war he was connected Tfilli thu C. connection rapidly in Secretary Boys Work, TO -If Q o BANK CLEARINGS t Bank clcarinss for wcei eadlDR today are 1560.SOS as against for the cor- responding week a tear ago. Southern Alberta. A. Murphy anc J. II. Slack, both provincial govern- ment officials. with headaugriQrs In arei. now touring the south la Ihe interests ol rve relief work. Jack Weir IB attendIne to Ihe applications .being ;recetved ,al tho Sherlock Block. Today Mr. Murphy U In Milk River and tomorrow and part of Saturday he will be In Coutu. Neil day ho will be in Btzlkom. Mr. Slack Is In Wlnnifred today and will be In Irvine on Saturday. On Monday he will, receive orders in Suffleld and on Tuesday and Wednes- day he will be ia Travers. The fol- lowing Monday ho will go to Alley. The Lolbbridse office has not been rushed by any means in giving out applications fprjseed rye. Thera has been a, steady demand from tho Lethbrldge Northern district but it has not "overwhelmed them. By the representatives touring the country as they ate every farmer who has the privilege o( obtaining rye seod In this manner wilt be given an opportunity. farmers who have from blowing or cut worms are entitled to this reliel and can only receive 25 bushels as a maximum. Tho seed rye can be obtained In tha nouth country. Many of tho coun try points now have, or will soon have, good supplies- of rye seed on hand. Threshing.pl rye has.started receiver E. U. PETLEY Mr. 12. Petley, now boys' work secretary of tho local Y.M.C.A- -and wife arrived in' town on rfcnday morn- ins frcm Oshawa. OnL Mr. nun Mrs. I-eM-.'y attended the V. M. C. A. sum mer school at Winnipeg on their way out. Mr. Felley states that things will ae alive around tho town for the boys of Lothbrldge during the coining sea- son. He has bad-a wide cxperie'nca in work and has plans under way already and so it won't bo long be- fore the ball starts to roll. All he anks is to have the hearty support of boy's worker in Leth- bridge, arid he says this will make a successful piece of work possible, and this condition only. Mr. Pettey would like to meet any of tho s-pf Lctlibriilge anil all those interested in boys' work. He would especially like to get iu touch with any other agencies on boys' work in town so that-' plans may be talked over secured. The death li announced in England of MaJor-Genernl Sir C. f: Arnyott Hull, i> son-in-law of the late Hon. R. H. Dob ell, Quebec. The draw for the first round of the Raworth lennla cup was mado Wed- nesday, August farious other attrac- tions almost as 'compiling, as the food. The pleasant environ- ment, the alort courtesy u( our attendants, the immaculate nap- ery, cutlery aLd china, the free- dom from summer heat and kitchen otora are all fnciorn that make it an Inducomont for people to d'nu.hore. You'll ajprvilnta tlif (nod and seri'Ce you'll (inJ horo at reaeonable pricei, KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South indicate there will be a good supply of fresh, ryo sesd for disposal. PERKINS SHOEMAKERS 7he ono piaco'Svhere you can get your shoes 'flied Just right. Orders colled for. ani delivered. 418A FJFTH STREET PHONE 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre Guaranteed ervice A written guarantee with all battery repair work. A com- pleto battery and eleclric ear- vice given. I'riccs are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND At.Them Eat Where You Get the Service, That's why more people are eating every day. The Yale THE NEW CAFE EtZ FIFTH STREET SOUTH cnt case it ta not whether children or grownups are guilty or whether or not it was a delib- erate, attempt to do .damage. No damage was done. Freight train No. about ten minutes to seven "last ntfjhl re- moved the Irons, The engine creW saw the obstructions in time and reported the matter to the Mountles, A. P. P. and special agents of the C. P. R. are on ground in connectlo'n the train robbery of Monday and are Investigating tMG case as well. The freight train was traveling east and the Irons were found about a quarter of a mile west of SentlneT. CASE A- S. Garska was forced to pay costs of the court In the case ho was charged vrltli Calsa pretences. Tlie charge agatast him was withdrawn on the agreement of A. J. Schleifer, complainant. Court documents show that a misunderstanding existed lie Iwcen tbo defendant and the'hank in regard to tlie checks in question. TO BE HELD IN THE AUDITORIUM OF THE SCHOOL HOUSE ATCOALDAIE.THURSDAIAUG.S To make arrangements for holding an agriciiltui-al" fair. EvSry one who Is Interested In tha Coaldale District ghoulil attend Oils meeting. H. A, SUGGITT, Secretary Commercial Club. Ice Cream The National Food Is more Ice cream consumed In America than In any olhcr continent on earth. that ta why tha people of America are the healthiest and harulesl rmt'.on ot the world because Ice cream la the healthiest food you ran take into your contains more nutritive elemnnta tian the Bjrstem demands and In more generous proportions. U Is the National Food because It