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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT !T THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST LETHPR1DGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Harvesters Beginning to Come From B. Needs Many Men Although 1ms been a mecca for farm laborers, this -wsek Bees a dropping off In the supply and a. renewal ol demand. On Friday or Saturday about one hundred and fifty harvesters are expected here from Pacific coaElj points. This is tho Brst time harvesters have ever come from ihe .west in any numb ers to Drldge. Thomas Longworlb, superinlendeut ct the provincial government Itbor bureau In Lethbrldge, voiced suggea- tlou this rooming. He policed -out ttat the Spring Coulee wuntry IE Just beginning to demand men and It looks at present as it that part south country will be without much help. Up to the present time the northern sections of the Lethbrldge district have been setting practically all (he help. Mr. LoBgworth would like to Bee an exchange between the north ami south farmers In the matter ot farm help.wherever possible. .He.be- lieves some such scheme.would ma- terially assist the Expect Five Teams Will Com- Carnival Ar- rangements Go Ahead One 'of tho biggest baseball tourna- rnents over staged 1n is being planned by the Rotary Club, in conjunction with, the Coaldale Agrlcul- :ural Society. The tourriamcnt will take place at the. fall fair planned for Soiilpnibcr 22ud anrt 23rd in Letli- bridge. Five teams, i( is expected, will compete for -ork less for profit or fame than purely for love ot tuo game; that is why, men go speeding along arid succeeding when to pu things across Is their aim. GOOD PRIZE LIST FOR l-ABCS DAY Arrangements iare fast near- ing completion for the Day sports of the G. W. V. A. and the Lcthbridge Trades and Labor Council. A good prize list is being prepared. Mem- bers of the cominniittee In charge of this work have done a lot of work during the pasl few days. A' meeting will ba held tonight lo review tho en- tire situation. North American Collieries !s Trying To Bring Miners All Way From Kova Scotia Would Live in Lcthbridge And Have Special Train to the Mines Officials of the North American are taking a leading psrt En the eKorts being Cardston Motorists Claim New Trail Would Cut Off Many Miles did. It is stated that Ihe new route would ciit off about 25 nsllee on the round trip, and would be a great-In- ducement to motorists to come through, as tho heavy hills at tho bor- der of Twin Lakes would be avoid cd. The opening of the new route vrlll be pressed for during tho coming wln- er, and If It Is opened it will ncces- Ilato the opening of a new customs, post new point of entry, which vould be close to Camp Nine of the rrlgation construction outfit oii' tho St. Mary's, Montana side. Cardston motorists are very anslous to develop a new road from that town to Glacier National Park which will bring many tourists through the Tent pie City, at the same time cutting off several-mines from the present route which takes one via Klmball and the customs ufficcs at Twin Lakes. Tlie now routs is that which runs southwest from CardElon to Hie Bos- ton-Alberla oil camp. From the 'Cook ranch to Uabb, Mont., which is alruoEt on the beautiful 55-mile scenic .high- way from Glacier Park station to Many Glaciers hotel, Is only about j eight miles. The road now is not much more than a trail, but Iho Caiv adlan road up to this spot Is spleii R. A. f. OFFICERS' WAR MEDALS i Ths- secretary, of. the Aid: Ministry announces' that Me'dal' Rolfs' of those who have qualified for the British War and.Victory Medals are hi the course of preparation. Demobilized and invalided officers of the Royal Air Force are requested to write to the Secretary 7, Med- Air Ministry, Kingsway, W.C, as soon as possible for the necessary form of application, in order that their :lalms may be considered. Medal Rolls in the case of airmen are being prepared from their docu- ments at tha Royal Air Force Record Office and oa their part s necessary. 1318. pared with S9.075, according to an jfftcial report just Issued. Greater London White -Variety Tumbles Another 50 Gentsi-Seems To Be On Preserving season Is on' and is 'dropping. What better .news can the wife receive? Sugar has taken [.another drop of fifty cents hundredweight. This was announced r today by Fred Home, OT.CprnpbelM, Wilson Horne. Sugar selling wholesale at cwt. Last .week it cook a tumble of one dol- Next. week vve-will.bo able to put down niore, preserves. For cooling underground cables, ccivably allow from -thcso liavo thrown veritable Iron ourselves to escape things, to find we ourselves -into a Maiden of unsptsk able tyrannical torture clothed in that hypocritical garment called "Pro- I long with all my heart for women especially to'eierclso their powers of reason, before allowing themselves to bo deluded by fancy dreams of what 'rohrbltlon Is going to bring them rhlch.when they awake to. find what ias happened, will see then that in escaping from one evil they have des- royed their liberty forever to become .he slaves ten thousand times worse tyranny. In the name of sweet reason do us allow ourselves to lefl by the One Example to exorclss and develop our own possibilities of Belt-control Instead of endeavoring Jo set up mechanical form of driving to perfec- tion by the process of handing over lo others, as the .Germans did, right to use or forbid with the dis- astrous consequences to humanity which this process Involved. i Yours faithfully, F. R. D. LBACH6FT. Is Your Home Complete An attirmaUve answer can only lie given to .this question provided your house-furnishings include -a- piano by the ,WGll- Itnown Canadian firm ot WILLIS Possibly this Is just what Is needed to make your sitting- room what you desire it to bo. BEAUTIFUL STYLES. REASONABLE PRICES. YOUTU BE DELIGHTED, PienDs limited BEX DIES AT CALGAUY solve ths labor shortage In tho mines. They are trying to bring eighty or more miners from Nova Scotia to Lethbrldge to work In the company's mines at Kipp. Announcement to this effect was made Whether or not tKey will be able to induce as many miners as that away from the mines In the east Is not knowrv here. The work Is being done from the head office In Montreal. Application has been made to the C. P. R, to run a work train to the mines from Lethbrldge. Tht, officials of the mines expect to house the peoplelln Lethbrldge but whether or not they will build homes for them In the city Is not The Herajd understands that the mine company has offer- ed to pay the expenses of such service if the C.P.R. will grant jt. The C.P.R. has net given final sn- swer to-the request. The housing of eighty families under present conditions also pre- sents a problem which would.be hard to solve. News ivas received.Ibis morning ot ;he death of Conductor Henry Bex in Calgary. 1902 Conductor Bex las -been well known, on (lie Lclh-i j ridge and C ran brook divisions, first T.S a then as a cortduct- or. Death took place this morning. He was forty-one yearn of ago and s family reside in Calgarr. After serving years in the jirmy, com- mencing' In 1917, Mr, Bex resumed Uis luties with the C.P.U., but owing lo Illness %vas imablo lo carry on. Ho was wet! liked by all the officials of the C.P.R. with whom be came In con- tact. B. Pedlow, M. P.. has been re- nominated for the Federal House South Henfr.ew Liberals. DON'T FORGET Tho only place where you can get younishoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers is at Mutton 418A Fifth Street South Phone 693 3 doors S. of Colonial'Theatre Ask the Person Who Has Eaten Here And Take Hvs 'Advice. '.STREET "SOUTH man has designed-'a1 'portable .blower English manufacturing own refuse ss fuel and one textile mill produces nil the steam It.needs from shoddy waste. ?nness in England and Wales in 1919 Tho total was as com counted for 93 per cent. tho total. Among soma of the reasons given more men at homo anil.fewer of them. In khaki, more policemen nnd'thoae1 duty, more hours for VELVEP ICECREAM KEEPS RECORD OF PRISON TERMS BYTAT001NQ NEW Canadian Tress) a piano player, pleaded guilty in a Brooklyn court the other day to stealing an automobile fire extinguisher and' asked by Justice FreschI if he had ever been convicted In reply Stevenson rolled up his sleeve, displaying on his forearm, the opinions of many men and women In I tattooed legend, '.'Workhouse, 191S." In this place and elsewhere, (men and! addition he admitted having done time women who know as much and have In' 1919, but explained he had neglect iuffered as much ol and from the ivila of Intemperance and Its conseq- uences as anyone else) when I say that these Intemperato methods of attempting to dispose of what, If abua- Is an nil milled evil, are utterly obnoxious to them. We value the attitude of .falrnesj, and moderation In all things at Its highest value, we aro prepared, whether with regard to the ed lo "record" It. "Well, you will be able to add lhat now, and also "Workhouse, said tho judge. "Four months' hard labour.'1 European Investigators have found that partridge eat'the sccdd ot many noxious weeds and Insects destructive lo plant life, therefore firo deserving of protection. Does It to put In your time eappine your energy, spoiling yonr complexion and your dis- position baking In a hot kitchen when.you can get such wonder- fully good bread from us fresh every day. pay to try and find bet: ler bread than ours. Try a loaf and folks answer. let your homo K1RKBVS 606 Third Avenue South LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF Steadily Growing in Favor Made from pure nutritious, rich, cooling and refreshing. Special orders token for parties and suggest Neapolitan, Crashed Cherries, Pineapple, Strawberry or Chocolate. HAVE YOU EVER TRIED THE NEW HOT WEATHER DELICACY WATER ICE IN ALL FLAVORS H's very popular these hot days. Your guesls will appreciate It. WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE C1T.V Corner Eleventh Street and Fifth Avenue South RE-OPENS FOR IT'S 15TH SEASON, AUGUST 25 PRIVATE AND CLASS INSTRUCTION IN ALL BRANCHES BY A STAFF OF CERTIFIED TEACHERS MANY FREE ADVANTAGES DEPARTMENTS PIANO, PIPE ORGAN, THEORY, MUSICAL Hl'sTORY, VOICE CULTURE, SINGING AND LANGUAGES, ORCHESTRAL AND BAND INSTRUMENTS, MANDOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR, UKULELE AND STEEL VIOLIN CLASSES FOR CHILDREN. Vll The Conservatory School of Expres- sion and Dancing Academy Miss Correne H. Gerber, Principal. ELOCUTION, ORATORY, PHYSICAL TRAINING, ENGLISH LITER- ATURE AND DRAMATIC ART, FANCY, CLASSICAL, FOLK AND BALt- ROOM DANCING. PHONE 765 BRANCHES AT TABER, COALDALE, NOBLEFORD AND BARONS CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. Phone 1929 ICE CREAM IS NOT A LUXURY It is a food, and a cheap food. It is necessity, The food control provided sugar, for ice cream during the war. Eat Ice Cream, maintains health. It is nourishing and THE CRYSTAL DAIRY LTD. PHONE 1576 ;