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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920 LETHBRiDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN SCHOOL HOLIDAY TOMORBOW Tomorrow (Aih, WeJwsdaj) Is pronounced-a. public school holiday. Irrigation Congress 'Biy Will be Made to Appeal to irrigation Farmer Plans lor a contention ot at leait 1000 deletes, cio'st of them men al- ready carrying on Irrigated firming Or who ejpect to become IrrrgsUcu farmers when eitenEloiis now cOnlem- plated in (ho south are carried out, W.ere laid at Banff-last week-by the Canada Irrigation Associa- tion executive. :Tue convention will bo held some time be- tween July and Aug. 20th, the eSact dates to be decided later in the spring, 'r The irrigation .congress was brought lo Ixithbrldgo this year Instead ct going to Saskatchewan or British Col- umbia, would liavo done iu ths ordinary course of events, for the rea- eon the great movement for Irrl- Cation extension centres In tbls city, cvnd Js ihe hope of the erecutivo that in bringing the convention to Lelh- bridge to.-arouse the interest of the ftctual farmers so that the addresses and deliberations will reach those most vitally interested. U. It. Jfnnioch, Vice president ot the organization, S. S. Dunliam end JV. H. rairficld.attended tho meeting of tho executive at Banff 'last week when a tentative- .program was mapped, out and; provisional dates set. To the Jlcrald Mr.-.Dunbam sUted that the executive was looking forv.-ard confid- eiidy lo a' votivc-nllon several times as largo'as ever bng been held, and it is hoped to make tho program such liial-tlis active irrigation will be greatly ueijefitted. A local Board of Control will bo aji- lioiulcd from the Board of Trade .and Irrigation Development Association to arrange for caring for trie delegates providing entertainment. One of the mala features of the entertain- ment is likely lo ue a tour through tho present irrigated district and a demonstration of actual work o! .preparing the land for water and floetl- waa given at Horialine last yeaj wuen the congress met Medicine Hat, and this feature aloao would draw farmerj tram manr milpa Cardaton Company Sells' Plant There and is Entering Business Here.' Announcement Ijaa fosen raado that tbo Chief Mountain 'Creamery bas Bold out its holdings aud good will at Card- stoii to tie Cards ion Creamery Co., and has purchased ihe Hygienic Dairy Co. at Lelbb ridge with the intention of entering Into all phases of the creamery business in this city. Tlio Hygienic Co. plant is a brick building on tho lane: between 5th Are. A. and Cih Are., arid close to 13th St 'Jlr. H. Macintosh baa been manager cf Iho Cjiiof Mountain Creamery at Cardston is. movins to J-ctMirliga with and T'" have full charge of the new plant. To the Herald Mr. JInclnios'.i sint- ed that" a full lino of modem machin- ery for handling inilk and making but- ter and ice ercara'would Deinstalled, and that they would ba iii operation by March 15th. Part of the machinery Is being shipped from Cardston. 'A contract lias been entered into with the Cnrdslon Cre'amcry' to supply the raw rnaterlnl--tyr the plant. Tho milk supply will be bought locally and at Crow points .and alter being pasteurized hero will be delivered to the company's customers. The Chief 'Mountain has been in the milk busi- ness in Ihe city for some'months, but owing lo lack of plant they have not ing it. A highly interesting anil lo liandle'therr trade satis- structivo demonstration this kind i IactorilJ- Jlr- Macintosh states that all this trouble will -be overcome from 'When-.-.' brain works life a. dog with three active brain must ,haye .pure Uood, not poisoned products of liver and kidney laziness. this time henceforth. Damage Action. Arises Out of Fight in Which Deal iii Oats Figures i Another action for damages is bo- fore tho court in Peterson vs. Noel et al. This had its starting point in a rough and tumble figlit nt Raymond on April 12, 1913, in .which the- plaintiff, Peterson, was somewhat up. Tlio quarrel arose over 'a settlement over some oats. Peterson -was' to sign some checks to snunra the' deal with the rfeels. He said he would do so but walked The Xeels never quite caught up ivith him till Into .in tlie afternoon, had cot.more pecv- et! all the while. The crash when they met sent Peterson to tho mat for the count. There Is a dltterenco of opinion as to 'whether lie was kicked In (ho jaw white lie was down or whether be went over and hit bis head against a buggy that was somewhere about. At any rate he has a. broken jaw. Is suffering 'from nerves from the result of hi: tie-in.with the clan Ned. The criminal charge lalt) in ttib ac- lion was heard last criminal session, the two Ncels were lined .tor assault. D. H. Elton is appearing for the plaintiff and C. P. Harris-is defending ;lie brothers N'eel.' H is vary hard to keep the children from taking cold. They will run out cf doors not properly loo hard sml become Bel th'tir feet tho bed clothes off at night. Tlicro is nothing so good for child- ren's coughs, toltls, croup, whooping tough or bronchitis as Dr. Wood's I Norway 1'Ino Syrup. It la so pleasant tho taste the youngsters tako It without any fuss, ansl ot the same time its promptness and effectiveness in loosening lira pliicgm, ami healing the lungs anil bronchial 'tu'oes and uucli (bat tbo cough Is checked bcfora any serlpuj) trouble can possibly de- velop. Mra. Ifarold Acker, IVsfco Peasant, N. H.. havo thrco children, e "Meat eight years and Uio baby ten nionlhe old. They nil had a bail coiish. I knew of qnlto n few persons whu had Dr. Wood's Norway Pine S.T'-ui) wllii good rcsuils so I got thrfce bottles. 1 am glad I did so as It I'j H mira cure for couahs and 'tolda. A homo wliere there are children should never bo without It. 1 highly recom- mend it to Ihose who need a quick cure." Prka S5c 60c a.t all rtoaiorj. Manufactured only by the T. Jlllbiirn Co., Lttniliiil, Toronlo, Mr. Justice McCarthy dismissed tho action of Magnusson-M al vs. Hog. cuson and also dlsnilssod the counter- claim. It Is a. castf you were. The Interpleader actions arising from the seizure of the available as- sels of the Felger Farming'Co. by the workmen en tho farm to satisfy tlielr claims will ba heard shortly, The applicants, Inc. Home, La'lh- ian and Milling Co.; clelm to hftvo priority iihdor cbaltel mortgages: Confildorable sums arc involved. To settle tt tiisputo over a pool game which they Vidro engaged. Alio Wiley and Andrew Plslto consldorcd it the hesl way to resort (o tho arhl- Iration ot fii'.kuCfs. .For this pur- pose they relinquished arguing ami went nut lo settle (lie mailer In a tout of !mlng wlthnut gloves on 13lh SI. N. Th8 (istio encounter was, however, fntertero'I with by a mem- ber of tho city jioJiife force with ttio result that llic two gladiators had lo appear nt Iho'ciiy jiullco'court on Tuesday raornlrjB on a chargo of creat- ing a dlsturbanco In n ritihlle thorough- fare. took an im- partial vlow of this'ciitiso In dlspiito and fined each of iho amateur boxers the sura ot ?3