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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Live Local Newt LEtHBRlDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY LAUNCH! CMOTMING11 First aW United Ckur- ches Other Ijiter While only two churches In the city launched their financial cuu- piicn in unison vrlth the ireat inier- chin-ch fOTK-ard mpYC'meat this toe'1 other churches i.n.the 'ci'ty. their objectives -Quoted an'ij will respouEe later in the Baptist 'Church''' With faces set toward an objective of Ji.OOO, canvass-irs have TJBCB bus- ily engaged cauvEaslng their. various territories -this week In connection wUh forward movement i fluaneial campaign. the campaign was supposed to be finished last evening the committee find. a few more- sub- scriptions to be collected and returns will not. bo complete until v It .may be stated, however, that -the allotted objective has been al- most attained i just .being, requir- ed bring 'the 'funds up to the full quota. The United Church While tho work has been eoing on steadily duriue tho entire week, re turns'' are no! as yet complete. Owiiii to tho'-'lairfeev' distances- io various other' deterring circumstances gtren oat mill cc at wxt week, but wtti u ot tt.SW, it -fc stat- ed it kBu rapidly. With present prospects he takes a'.very- op- timistic view of this year's1 crop. Mr. Is considered one of Ihe most practical farm- er.s In tho district. amT even-ill a year such as last raised aome crop was iaUeppihlphl-'of setting in teed, with the excep- tion of a car ot special spring -i Al! a iniin nsks, is ihat :i woiua.i laugh at all. his uOmirc a) Ins cpisrams, agrep with'all his bpln ions, and be blind to all his but never "flatter'' hliu or c'Alece him. In (he endeavor _ to iulroduce' tbt> use of alfalfa raeal the farm Products ot Coaldale hiive had ground fourteen tons of alfalfa into alfalfa lucal. 1'arL of this has been' snipped tc au Ed- rjonton uiilllng corapaty where it will je" used as an Ingredient In-the mauu- lur'o of stock food. Some; has been pippcil lo. a: feed house where au ef- fort will -lie made to create a market1 for -It and the remainder has been re- tained for requirements of pur- rhascn at C'oaldait-. Atfisfa meal J 3 the most economical way In which al; falfa CIMI to fed lo stuck an-.' Is vUd" ly raarkclstl In the United SUlei rhu c'xpcriincnls of Ihe CuaWale grun ere. In tliis resiicct bo urefjlh watched. 'ueut.-Cbl.'-'juli'n" Moss. K.C offuu the Jlisshsausui Hoi e, Toronlo. Will Run oh 15 Minule Till Ncion; Then on 18, Minute The matter of the unpuiictuality of Uto vrliile or belt line, to which ref- erence has. been been tak- en up and 'considered by Commission- er Freeman -with, the result tliat tlio cars will ran on a new schedule February KUi. The present fifteen minute service, wilt be continued up to n low niin-j utes after, iipon', and at'olx minutes after-IS th'c.js nfln.uto scliedulo will lie. inHbaiicSI.Cor the rest of run to'tluj iiifie of tho last car which will leave thc'cqrner of Th-ird. Avenue ami Fifth Street at 11.30 p.m. In the ar- rangement made tue afternoon cars will leave tho-coiner of Third Ave- nuCLand Piftli'Strcet, starting at 12.06 pnYVat C -21; oC and 51 minutes past the hour. They ..will'leave the. Sixth Avenue aha Thirteenth Street corn- er at 9, 24i 39 and 54 niiuutcs past tlie 'hour. in the .sum of ''rtelicit to Tliis ovldently is a .and should.poss- Ibly read "Surplus to November." Department The Electric Ueparimcnt shown n surplus tin" December, of which, addfli! to the (surplus of to November. the] surplus to (late J17.6J3.62. The rov-'j from power amounts to ami" from light making a total of which less discount brings (he nol total lo Street Car Syttem The slrcpt coirs'show an operaling ilcflrit for llie liionlh of and ii nsc-d charge nialt- lut; 'a lolal Deccmucr deficit of H- 4S2.27. In ihe.operating deflell. there was a on tho red lino; a gain 9" MW uluo a ?368'.C3 on'llie! ivhlle liii'c; a WRS. M. LAFOKT TELLS OF DODD'S KIDNEY Bids On Only Two Local Route? vice Noy Proposed In the matter, of'poslal facilities ..In the rural tho fiWincrs and other 'dislricl to coiue for ward ami co-opcralc in "a" 'scheme which will be o' Iheni. is shown by tlio tenders asked for In regard to mall delivery hi rural routes one. two. throe .and four' put of teth- livliigo. In tins' case of routes one and four- there have heen no tenders submitted for the contracts, and In routes two and-three-the hids made are considered loo high by Iho. postal anlhorlrtcs. The contracts called for tiro for four days in.tho week, vliich 'no doubt af fecled the replies. TIio'aHcrlinr of the (IclivCTJes of. niall. lo three days n week Instead four will poss ihly miko a rtltfercnce, In that two routes can IKS taken up hy tho same party, iticanlng six days.1 regulnr work in the week Instead of cutting up the weak Into tfour, This will bo a (belter paying rarrangcmcnt :the proposed f. ?There i doubt thfll-tho postal authorities: wlll'bo willing to. nbnsid'er the Ihrce ilaya to all Spokane Financier in City Talks Irrigation Will Bring 'Settlers Air. Eugenb.'B." of the fhiftn- ciiilhouse of Favre and ot is a visitor in the'city, looking over -the possibilities m the district. The firm is 'financially in- terested in part of Alberta, hav- ing large inveslments> here." The firm of j 'aii'd .jtjo.. is :vsyy much interested iihthe progress .of the coiitempiated'irrijatlon 'developments here, in regard, to the. bond issue of the .Lethbriilgc cm. Judging; 'fi-om the experience of'. Irriealion districts In the State of. Washinslon and other Vestem Blales' in Ihe U. S., Mr. .Favre eonsiilbrs the investment in irrigation bonds a pro- i fitablo one and a safe'one. j .'Speaking ot the bonding at the ratej of fud an acre, Mr. Favre considers- this very moderate in Iho fact that districts in the Slates where irriga- tion has been intfdduc'ed -have been as high as ?100 per acre. In regard to the physical nature of the construction- in irrigable areas cprisidcrs.they, are very favor- able.'in that' the'.country is more Steamship Tickets Roumianians' We arc booking now Jor.RmimauIs. llcrlhs open for 200. Boat sailhiE MarcU.fnil.' We havo passport applications on hand and urc issuing tickels .d'etly. '_-- The pany'a branch dl Edmonton. Mr. Pcnn has been a Lcthbridge resident for eight years, four of which were with tho Scott Fruit Co. Jlo Is wide- ly known In Southern Alberta mercan- Iho good work they havft done. Ask your neignbors" about Dodd's Kidney Mr. Norman' Caslle of the Calgary branch of tho same firm Is coming to (o take chnrgc. WINNIPEG, MAN. DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OP HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT LtTHBRIDGE ALBERTA BUTCHERS, FARMERS, have the opportunity to dispose of your Hides, Wool, Raw Furs, etc., at highest market prices. grasp it? We are absolutely the largest Dealers in Westerri Canada selling direct io tanneries. r Write today for pur quotations and shipping tags. tHEY ALWAYS SATISFY A. CARRUTHERS GO., LTD, Phone 595 1251 2nd S. Uthbridge, AJta. Place Your Order for St Valentine' SPEGALe Crystal Dairy, Limited G.W.U. MEIIBERS 'SHUN! A GRAND SNOOKER COMPETITION WILL BE HELD IN CLUB ROOMS One Week After Official Opening of New Billiard Room THREE VALUABLE PRIZES GIVEN RULES GOVERNINQ.-COMPCTITION ARE NOW POSTED IN CLUB ROOMS. HAND YOUR NAMES TO ANY MEMBER'OF SOCIAL COMMITTEE, ;