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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It TUl'KSLUY, Al'dUST 11, 1HIU, ALUF.llT.V 1'A'Jh J. F. Williams, living 12 miles east of Carrnangay. Ic in the city led ay, and he is smiling because he just about finished harvest- ing a crop which would be worth While in any He has 100 rcres of cprlng wheat on'summtr- fallow which will thresh out 25 busncis 10 the acre. Mr. Williams Stated thiit crops of six or seven buihela an acre be common in hit dlilr.'ct, while there will be a nurnber which will run 12 to 15 buahelfi. :md Public Srltool Staffs Have Ucen Killed Ou-iiiK lit ihc aoseiuu of Scm-tary Fh'iTtvooil and uihcr members ol the Lioarcl Irum the city the regular turn- Ing of die school boarc ivlilcli .should Lave been llelil un Wednesday arter- uoun vi'as nusipoued. Nothing bui routine business Is to conic, boloru the board at Its iHjstpunail iiK-cLinK' AH llic vacancies on both j liifih it iid public school staff havr been filled and tbe boarU is rcauy Lelhhridgc Miners Wring t'iln COM. MEECH AT CONGRESS v roiLiiLHraicmer Metcii left lasl v nlghl [ur Calgary ui attend iliu 01 I hi- iiiJijslml um- v there today. Jt Is liktly v ihii tK' ivill auoGiiiiiiiy the1 v lo unit white v Ihtru he will civil on ihc Uo.inl of Public I'lililioa on lonni'cieJ wiih tbe icicut isssiH1 In u. MI HIM ThP A. P.P. nnjo 11 r.iiJ last nrs Hotel, nui Quong Ltc, with the result they Look a qnititUy of onium !ome of the parAirliernalla [or ilie .dope luLo Ihclr posscasion. v.-cre lounct In the den but no :--r- ic it 5 have been in ad c as yet Ar- mugcmcnls arc being made lortay for Tie prosecution's. that nntl Five 1 cuter the new term secure hi Ihp ttiki tho niluL-ullon ot Lhc children of tlic elly will well looked aiier. Sunt. Bbrk, who will Lakn i-liargc of Hit pulilir sc-lioolb on Hie of HIP rtw Ipj'ni, i-; cxjiei-teil in Ui-j cily from his borne in lleglm wilhiii] a few dnvjs when he will fio inla the IIUISILOII of organization of thu staff) and claFBBB in Ibo different schools.; Tlic Lt-tlibridRC jiublle schools liavo. j htt-ft almost' from tbe onlhreah of Uio war. but llie[ boan! Is coHJidi-nl tlial tlic filling nf iiosHion will result in better work Denies Thai is Tlirough With 0. (1. V. William Houston John Civf of the Iritoiiiad'niUil M. of arc in UiUibrldgf: u lof-.il of Dlfciric-t IS, I'. M. jf following ilie irans'or of ills of Hie former loi-al officers Irani to Hie .11 eon i are beinB held daily, and ina.-.s m illR all ill tllP thicuelioiit. and wiH relieve On- c'l of a erea', deal ol f.ir emi'jgli. the.- u-orh o( sclioo) manage-j Throuslioiit i-rejy in meiu wliu-h tlicy liave not had lime loMrict similar action is lictng lalttn ar.d LIBERAL WHIP TO WED J t. Hobb. M.I', thief LibnnU irJiip of i'jj couununs. Jias left for wlicre bis mar- r'jtgu fakes uj) v o o nttciif1 (o itropcrly in Hie pasl. FARMERS GO TO MANITOBA The C. P. R. ticket office here reports that quite a nvmhtr cf farmers from the dlilrict who are to leave their (amis for a ISrns are going to Manitoba to help in the harvesting in that province. They arc taking advantage of the one cent a. mils rate. Many are booking, tickets to Vlrdcn district. i cn (or irrifliiiorj in the Macleod district is at fever height. Following (lie visit to the Ccal- dale district by a larg- number of Macleod farmers this week, a meeting was held in the hall at Macleod last night, The place Vt'f3 packed to the doors with peo- ple standing and they remained there various phases of the subject until A party from Lelhbridge con- sisting of W. A. Buchanan M.P.. S- J. Shepherd, George B. Mor- rls, Jas- Rorc anil T. W. CroUs Speeches were made by Mosrs Buchanan. Shepherd and Crafts of the local party. A number of the farmers ?Jso spoke, and practically all were strongly in favor of ecurmg irri- gation at the earlieit possible mo- ment. A committee was appoint- ed to wait on the Lethbridge rgr- thern dJitrict and will itk that the people of thai district wait until further Macleod areas can bs included; in the project. Many spoke highly of what had been seen In the Ccaldale district. Some criticism of the weeds found growing on Irrigated land was In- dulged In, but this was con- sidered serious. meeting en whole was a great boost for the extension of irrigation In the Macleod dlsJnct. Cunt brought u l.i'ilibridgi1 and I to tbe l.ethbriJge jail to iBwail trial on a uhiirsi1 of ailt-muifrt i suifidr. II ii-ill In.1 ibai nloul three ago Doihysliirri reaieti ;i etrnsaiion In (he TLMiiplu rily by F.eniliiie Utroe biittc'.s iTaRh- n? througli III'R hody in an cffori (o his life following 'li-apiuiniir.cui n a love affair. Official aqnountement ua> midt in Edmsiiton today that Inspector flick of Red Deer will be f erred to Lethbridge to ttks charge of "D" division, A-P.P. HI] thr vacancy created by the resignation of Inspector Mundy. This confirms ths forecaat mado by the Kvald th- other day. In- epeclor Risk was formarly a mem- ber of the R.H.W.M.P. of "K" division with headquarters here and was stationed at Tabsr. He wJII assume charge of his nt'.f district about Aug. 25th. Hojnd of Trade Makes Entertaining Editorial Visit- at Park j olliwrs Jo.val lo Ibe 1 are being tianicd to lakel [cjjargc of Hie ruorgauiztilhni, .Ys :.UDII j _________ ;as tltls Is elfeclod yfirrt-niciu -.vitii Mhe operaiors "ill Lc drawn umll Ac todays meeting of Hie BoarO of mid the miners will Eo council a coinmitlte compobid In work, llerosnillon of I'IB UaUcil! nf A- u- S. .1. Shc-nhcn) and S. 1 Miners will it Is understood, bt grunt-1 s- Uunhani was appointed fo rcnre- od by Ihc operalurs. but the O.B.U. I boll-v llie negoliaUons willi .Mining iristrict Nu. I nrsaitJzallon will I "OM- Arlliur not be recognised hi any shape or 1 Interior, when he.comes here soon lo manner ami ilic !look the aBifation for irriBaiioii UP ALL FALL RYE dial There Will Be Short- Acreage lo lie .Seeded BUSINESS LARGE AND SMALL This B.ink is equipped to render complete .bank- ing fai'ililies lo individuals, partnerships and companies, bofh large am) small. With branches throughout every province of Canada, and corres- ponded in all parts of.the world, your hantibK business will is; .Handled n-itli' pibinp'tiiudi" aiid 'at the minimum Our facilities arc.at join disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE w51l be extended -to tlic Interna- tional body. President Chrsiophers of Mining District Xo. 1. O.ll-ir.. denies thai he ever signed Ihc siaRiiieiu attribulcil lo him ihat he was llirougli ivitli Iho O.H.U. In n statement made last nighl in Calgary lie declared lie would EiRbl tor It 10 ihc last dittili. a slatcnionl made hi Calgary, Scnatur Kobtrlson, minister ot labor. declared that the government was backing the international uuions -which j had shown tliai (hey stood for the j sanctity of contracts. For inis reason 1 govcrunicnt salisTicd with 1 tlio rnited Ulinc Workers. He nlsu declared for tiiu cigbL-bour day which he belle veil was coining.' LETHBRID05 BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVF.R BRANCH R.T.BRYHIiEK. Manager- J.H.S. GORDON, Mincer UV. STEEL, Min.ger POSTMASTER WILL BE APPOINTED SOON Though it had been expected thai the appointment of a perman- ent postmaster hnrc would be made shortly after th- first of August, no one has .been named for tbe position as yet. word however is expected this month. A Urge number of appli- cations from local men have been sent to the department it Ts un- derstood. the extension. Tbe committee will en- dcavor (o arrange entertainment for the minister during his slay here. It is possible a lunch no u be ar- ranged. Chairman Baalim of Ihc entertain- ment committee appointed to prepare a reception for the national editorial party a week from Saturday stated Unit plans were being worked out. A meeting of the committee is called for afternoon at o'clock at the elly hall.' In coniiccUon with the vhll of the editors, .Mr. Dunham hoped that the citizens of Lethbridge would endeavor lo convey the impression ol optimism in spile of the drought, situation. He. ralher criticized Ihe fad-that the dele- Gates of the industrial congress the oilier day were given the imiiresbion that we wnrc pessimistic owing lo Ihc crop situation. He hoped tbal facts rcgarxliiig southern 'Alberta's produc- tion would be put. In the hands of the "visitors, and that while they ivould UP, [old that irrigation, extension will mean dcx'elopmcnt, lie not the visitors to EQ away with tile Idea that the whole future of the country depended on it. Mr- Lumi urged that Ihc cily make uettcr use of Ilie waters of Henderson Thai every bushel of rye grown In Southern Alberta anJ c lot more be- sides fill bo gown during the next few weeks by Ihe fanners of Iho soulh is. Iho opinion ot J. A. Weir, who is lo calcJ at ihe BoarJ of Trade building representing the provinctal govern- ment in ihe ot scea rye, The only fear is that there will be u minister or tlie f shortage of seed rye. A week ago lije Dominion government was holding 000 bushels of tins seed in Alberta. Today they haven't a peck left. In addition many hundreds ol bushels are being sown by farmers who were lucky cnotipli to plant some lasl year. Ttie rye a'creagc in Southern Alberta will uo (reuIcJ at tcasl. Partners who are going to be care ful about, seeding a large TV'hcst acre- ags next spring'unless a Ercat of moisture in frozen into tlic soil fall, are going Lo sow heavily to ryo. One reason is that it goves a fair crop even under dry conditions during the growing season. A more Important reason is thai it gives good tall pas- lure [or live stock. The recent mil have brought alonK flelds which were sown early and they will be nvaliab" for paslure within the next month. MAGISTRATE IRWIN IN THE HDSPJTAL Magistrate Irwin was tsksn to Gait hospital yeslfrday, and is reported to be ECrioLSly ill. It is possible the new hlacLeod magis- trate may come to Lethbridge 10 sit on the police court bench un- til Magistrate IrwJn recovers. Park Mitchell write Il-rulil as follow: "I would like1- to inform ilif uui Jli'H geraiiiurus and af'M ;nany more on ihc soulh pal of beds on (Jali Park, ihul it Is a Hill early to lake geranium rutting yci, H'c xnieraJly wait a linle laicr ami wlien we do Blart. we take off i feu ihev are IKII noticed, so n i to not ninr the beauty ol ihe bedi 1 do uol jiiill nil planls I ana we don't mill off long pieces Illc ifoii 'Jover or flowers' Gld, The Emergency Brake in Business Practically every business firm carries fire, burglar and accident insurance. What about Financial Insurance a protection fund to provide readj' cash when sales fall off or collections are Blow Start one. Put part'of the yearly profits in a Saving's Account in The Merchants Bank. Then, this Reserve Fund of undivided profits will be. instantly available to carry the busi- ness safely through any financial stringency. rue MCRCHANTS DANK OF CANADA. Established 1854, Head Office: Montreal, LETHBRIDGE R. J. DINNING, AST SaturJiiy will be nosltlrelj' Ihe laJl day oj Ilio Auc- tion Sale nt E. A. Ewrrl's.-Ttio (iral prize. Hie silver t lea Eervicc, >vhl be given that night. Prlday ami Ss (unlay will bo rour lisl chance to secure rpal fijn' Jcuclry. etc.; at your (nvn price. (Jet your Cliristnias presents now, it- wilL pay yon, Mr: tiwerl luovcn on Monday and will-lie loi-nlcil al the rear of Ihc Union Hank, No. J13 3rd .-Hcimc South, A. HORACE DORER IN CHARGE beautiful inEicad llicy arc now, 01 the weed beds r M. Hanscn of Calgary has baen inleil as manager of the Hoyal I DViili branch hero lo lake the place I of A. Favkcr. who is being trans- ferred lo Bellcrille, Out. Mr. llauscn was formerly manager of ihc Xorlhern Crofl'H bank at Calgary, but follow- t j jng tne amalgamation ot the two Caplain (Rcv.l S. hanks he became assislant manager Delta, has accepted tho call extended t o[ the Hoyal Nnnk in Hial cily. The o him by Hie Baptist church at Hos- clrangt in managers will lako place pcler. wUhln a couplo ot weeks. GROCERIES PHONE 1766 New i a iocs, T Hounds for Drald's Dcsl Tea, ncv pound tin Libby's Sliced ['ir.capplc. In 2 Ib, tins, each Snnkist Marmalade, In each Corn, 2 tins (or 25c 65c 40c 25c 45c SI. diaries Family size Milk, each Sea TroiK, per Un Brunswick Fiucsl Onlarlo Cheese. per ponnd 15c 25c 25c. 40c AND SWEET CLOVER SPECIAL FOR WEEK END ONLY Ten Pound Tins Five Pound Tins.................'. Three Pound 3 For PALMOLIVE SOAP 29c 58c FREE DELIVERY fa don't throw money away by naylnc delivery charges. Did you cvc-r slop figure liow mucli it amounts lo in a year by pay- ing lor each ilcllivry? at Ihc end o( Ihe year yon could Iniy yourself dial oliit or souio other useful article, Ihsl yon thought you (.ouldn'l ntrrrd. So 11 you arc one or Iliose vlcifms, try us anil savft real money. 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH The Highway Beckons Information ior Auto Travellers Some Places lo Stay and to Get Supplies foe Your Auto. Get mil in Ibo open these; summer days when Iho cool, fresh flrr] soml roatls invite you. The Hotel Fernje Win. Wynlt. Manager Tlio Commercial -Man's Home Hales ?3.00 anil Un.ver Day. Fertile, Urilisli CalnniDla' llooms Witli Uath In Cunnccllon. Seven First-Class Sample [looms. Hot and Cold ami Telopliono In Every Room. King Edward Hotel I'lnclier Creels: Alia. Ilus Mools All Trains. Slcani Heated Special lUleullon 'Give.! In. inudal and Transient Trade. D. B. Slple, Prop. Kin? Edward Hotel Auto' Bus and Lin Auto Livery In Connexion. family Cara lo Chat. M. Collint, Prop. PINCHER CREEK------ MEDICINE HAT Fbllon- llic lied Trail from Lelh- Ibc Hluo Trail from Qal- cary, Ihc Illiick Trail [roin lana 3ll lead to only otlldal hotel in llic HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Ssrvlce Station for Dodge, Over. land Cart, and Traffic Trucki. Accessories, Gas, Oils and naileries Hcpatrcd and Ilecrinrgetl. Prompt Day, Night ana Sundays. ne SERVICE GARAGE Service and -llcpnir' Slattcn 'tor Mcl.aughlln Cars. Good Stot-t pain, inlon nntl izlng and General' Hcynlr i.Vork. Dattcrios .WARNER, HOTEL WARNER When at AVarnci1 make j Iiom6 ni llic Mold Warner, I? place anils'you FORD GARAGE General Car and Tire 6ervicl. A. J'-.-Vealc, .rrop. OIL AND ACCESSORIES Jlohtlo ''PBlarln Dominion nnd; Other Promiit Sallsfactorr Serrlco al All Times. MILK RIVER HARDWARE CO, FJ J.' Coatas, Proorfetcr iji; Milk Rivt'r, ALTAMONT GARAGE nailery Service, nlllon unil-Geiienil-Bjff.Iri, to Tourists al the or Monlana, ''InfptroillilTir: Cusloiin.OHIce riifjllifoor. and.see. AlMrU.uIr spied you Roberti ind ;