Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tfff THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1W PABBOT UTB LOCAL SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 192 L LETHBRiDGK, ALBKHTA. PAGE SEVEN Delegation Leaves for North to Present Better Fanning Resolutions to Cabinet Will Meet Government on Mon- Was Great Success "Strike while tho Iron hoi" is ;i Cood motto la being followed Tip hy the committee appointed at tho, Bolter Farming Conference Friday to proceed to Edmonton to lay tho resolu- tious before the cabinet. Messrs. Xoble of Nobleford, Mills of Sundial and Judson of Taber, left thU afternoon for Edmonton and will wait on the cabinet on Monday to with the members of tho government the recommendations mudo by tho conference. While all these men are farmers they represent not only the farmers of the south but also the bank- ers and business men who are deeply interested in solving the prob- lems of tho southern farnjcr aa are the men on the land themselves, aud they will make representations to the 1 cabinet that they represent the wide interests mentioned. Local business men who attended sessions of the conference arc unstinted In their praise of thn confer- ence. It is agreed that tho idea is u 1 good one-, that farmers, business interests and the government offic- ials are getting in closer iu con- sequence. Special commendation is accorded the farmers who delivered talks. "The speeches contained lots of jood. sound, consistent one city man said this morning. At1 the B'larrI of Trade iio'h dent Manioch and Secretary Rose ex- pressed themselves as being highly pleased with the conference. VETERANS ABOUT INSURANCE A rail has been VlMUejl by the officials of tha.G.AV. V. A. for a largt; attendance at tho meeting iu tho rlub rooma on Thursday night, when Major C. P. Tomj, M.C.. will tell veterans about insurance mat- ters.' Any veteran, whether a member of the 'G. W. V. A. or not Ja urgently requested to attend. TAKING A KINDLY C. S. Noble Strongly in Favor of Experts Suggested Forty-one Years In South Alberta, P. J. Cunningham Dies With the passage of a strongly- worxied resolution at the farm confer- ence yesterday asking the government for the establishment In Southern Al- berta'of the county or district agent I system a forward movement was tak- en in tho agricultural litu of the prov- ince. At least, this was tile expression at the men who attended the confer- ence. The support of the resolution was unanimous and hearty. C. S. Noble lead out in the discus- Lethbridge Has Fair Dates Awarded; Question kWffl a Fair Be Held? Cartoonist FItzmaurfce of tile JSncouver Province gives his idea of the B.C. Moderation Act as interpreted through the famonsxjong, "Where Do the Flies snug by Albert Pluukett of tho "fjutuljells." farmers netMled scientific and intim- ate guidance. comity agent. :ls If. ls constantly in touci the. farmer gtaff operate jn t and ready and willing to render'him country will 6mai8t s help in the solution of his problems. wuicirwlll act ag the The character and qualifications ot Over Bui! Team trail From the man was a matter portance in connection with this movement, pointed out the deputy minister. He favored only tlie very best men obtainable. Good salaries would have to be'Offered or the brainy ROTARIANS WILL GO TO CHURCH ON Well Known Old Timer Came in Fort Benton Patrick Joseph Cunningham, died this morning in Gait Hospital. Mr. Cunningham was a real old timer in the Lethbridge and as such was well known throughout the south. He came to Southern Alberta in 1830 over the old trail from Fort Benton via bull team, when the buffalo held away on the prairies. jof the club and the meeting has been called for the evening. A special pro-, gram is being arranged and this t 'the would be a splendid time vto have a February '23 is the sixteenth anni-' one hundred per cent, attendance. The versary of the founding of Rotary on luncheon will commence at 6.30 the North American continent. This o'clock. He will be a man of acknowledg- event will be celebrated in Leih-1 Jiov. Captain Denoon, the minister aa tt Iarm expert. Acting bridge on Monday night liy the local; on the Rotary Club, will preach the him will be five other men oC Rotarians. On Sunday night the occa- j Rotary sermon. Every member of sion will be celebrated by a church! the club is expected to turn out for service in Knox. I this, the church-going of the Monday IB the regular meeting day 1 Rotary Club. Fairs Association Sets Apart July and 22 For Ex- hibition Here Lethbridgo is included In the list of fairs drawn up at the fairs' also- ciation convention held in Calgary this week. The dates reserved aro July 20, 21 arM 25. The reservation of these- days was inspired by a member of the original committee. This committee met about six weeks ago when it was decided to make a canvass of tho city for members. If the response to the call was suflicient to warrant it the com- mittee was instructed to go ahead and reserve fair dates. Evidently, this was the case as July' '20, 21 and 23 are set for the fair iu- this city. Commissioner Meecli told Her- ald this morning that this year would see the final payments made on the bonds covering the exhibition build- ings at Henderson Park and thac from now on some attention could be given to their upkeep and maintenance! Tho commissioner in hopes that some plan could be worked oat for a fair iu Lethbridgo this year. It could be made something distinctive Lethbridge being the centre of tha irrigation belt of the province. "For years it has been regrettably true that the entertainment or vaudeville side of tho fairs in Alberta has been em- phasized more than tho 'agricultural and industrial side. In this mad rush to draw and please the public unde-lying purpose of fairs has been lost-sight of. There should he a re- of interest in the said the commissioner. Southern Fair Datei Tlio list of fairs Indicates that fall fairs will boom in the south this T year. Most of the towns havo dates I set aside. Southern Alberta towns' mentioned in tr i llti Inn up at Calgary meeting follow t 28. 29-30, 1-3. 3-4. 5. 9-19. 25-27. Winntfred-July 28-291, 2-3. 3. 9-19. H-13, 16-17, Calgary will hold its exhibition June 29 to July 7, Edmonton, July 8 to 18, and Medicine Hat, Juno Shriners To Entertain Soldier Wives Shrinen of are tik- !n0 advantage of vlilt of D urn be 111 at the Majevtic Saturday nlflht to do their bit to enter- tain the soldier settlers' who are arriving in the city toxtay for the lecture eourae next wtak. AM the guests from outside points who deiire to do will attend the Dumbadft' offering at the Ma- jettic as of the Shriners who this morning reserved all twelve boxes. The Shriners will be there to make thejr guests fee! at home, and all names are ask- ed to wear their fex. training and practical exper- ience located at centres through the area. men would never accept this work. I Calgary may employ au He was in favor of it most .heartily e t anfl tint null, llnillr tlln llllrlloct lltiou ITn _ _ _ mv and en some at Blaekfoot agency, near Calgary. Thir- ty years ago he moved into the Leth> brfrdge district and farmed and ranch- ed in the Monarch vicinity most of the time. Like all old timers he had a, wide circle of friends, among whom he numbered tho Father La- combe. a ptaieer missionary of South- ern Alberta.' Mr. Cunningham had been 111 since i October. He was only 58 years of age. At the of seventeen he left his home in Ottawa and came over tho long trail of wilderness from Fort Benton with a bull- team. At that time that was the only trail leading into southern He is survived by his wife anil fire children: Mrs. H. E. Graham, ot Min- neapolis; Mrs. Monarch J. Cunningham, Athen, Oregon; Ed. Cunninghamyn Calgary, and Joe Cunningham in .Nethb ridge. His funeral will bn from his late resi- dence, 408 12th street A. south ou Monday morning at 10 o'clock- Ser- vices will be held in SL Patrick's church over which Rov. .Father Caffery will officiate. Interment will take place in 9t. Patrick's cemetery. have charge of! the funeral. The remains will be his residence Sunday afternoon. The pall bearers will bo C. B. Bow- man, .Hugh Macbeth, J. D. Higinlwt- ham, E. ,T. Sehl, A- C. Sanudors and J. E. Smith. but only along the highest lines. Ho urged prompt1 action if the subject is to come before the government this session. The suggestion of the deputy min- ister was acted on and a committee of three, headed'by Mr. Ifoble, was ap- pointed to proceed _Jo Edmonton to lay the Question before the ministers. The need of these agricultural ex- perts was felt during the grasshop- per pestilence last year, Mr. Strick- land observed. He was sure "that had such service been available through the country many, crops would have been saved. Prof. Wyatt said that the cpunty agent was held in such high esteem in many ol'the states of the union that salaries as high as were P. Burns Co. is spoken of for the job. "What Delicious That's the expression that al- ways concludes the meal here. It's an expression that means a great deal to us, for it has established confidence in ua. Palatable food and prompt and courteous service have estab- lished this placR as a goo.rt TBS' taurant. IE you haven't eaten here you are certainly missing a treat. Ask thfl man, woman or child .who has. KIRKBY'S 606 3RD SOUTH. SHOE REPAIRS For best wort at lowest prices try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phjne 693. PHONE Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. Actdia Buiitflnf 113 Third Avinui South Does It Pay? bake or buy other bread when you can pet such wonder- fully good broad from UB fresh every day. Does it pay to try ami find bet- ter breiuf than ou m Try a and lefc your home folks answer. John Gi'more Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. -USE MILK IN COOKING Make thick creamy soups, crisp, delicious croquettes, rich yellow custards. Scraps of meat, vegetables, flsh, etc., served with a niUk sauce assume an appearance ami H taste which is simply delect- able. Crystal Dairy Phone 1576. LIMITED ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS COURT VNITV. NO. 9311 WHIST DRIVE DANCE IN K. OF P. HALL MONDAY, FEB. 21 G06D PRIZES, ORCHESTRA, AND REFRESHMENTS CARDS AT 8.15 DANCING 11 TILL 2 DANCES TO SUIT .EVERYBODY STREET CAR AFTER DANCE Gloclt Siaclward Rheumatism Cause Is One Easily Removed HEALTH TALK NO. 20 (By Hyrum Smith, D.C.Ph.C.) Painful paasape of uric acid through the bin- vejns and capillaries of tho ho.ly warns you of rheumatism. Tho formation of uric acid in the blood is due to faulty action of the .livor and kidneys in changing 1'ood aiftl water HO that it may he taken up by tho blood, The fiver and filter and purify water and Tuod, anil perform other important operations in tho separation of nourishment from upon tue nerves tor life and activity. Normal nerve supply to tho liver and -kidneys means normal and healthful preparation of food and wator for the blood stream. The cause of rheumatism is nerve interference. Thu carry- ing power of the nerves' is di- minished and the health of tho liver and kidneys reduced -by bony pressure at the spine. This is the history of hundreds of cases successfully corrected bj adjustment of the offending joints of tho backbone by skilled chiropractors. The nervos with s the pressure removed act norm- ally ami health is thfi inevitably result. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Florida 15c, We, 20c Scotch Herrings, ia touia- o tins ......JOC c ............ODC 45c 60c 15c 85c 85c to sauce; 2 tins Cream Erick for Brookfield per pkg.............. Carnation Pkg.................. Yacht Club Sar- dines Croasa Blackwell's Pickles Kerr's Pura and Honey.....OUC Prlncesa Soap Flakes Canned Raspberries; fancy quality Nabob Baking Powder; 3 Ib. aize Domalco Molasses; 5 Ib. tins............. Sugar House Molasses; 5 Ib. size Foiter Clarke's Cream Custard; large tins Lemon Polishing Oil................. Johnston's and. Old Eng- lish Floor Wai 30c 50c 65c 90c 62c 40c 25c 96c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1463 AND 1385. ACT FOR HEALTH TODAY Delay to luffering. Consultation IB without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Srnrlock( Block Phones 1477 and 1441. CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS DISEASES iHE FOILOWINQ Spiial LINSS LOWER PlffCHEO MERVE5.IMP055IBLE TO FURNISH PROPER IMPULSES (LIFE AND HEALTH) TO THEIR ORtANS AND TISSUES f PEE NERVES HEALTH If It's Dry Cleaning- We can do it, and DO IT RIGHT. Everything is washed thoroughly in JUST DAUBED over with a brush, that will show .the spot the first time a little dust strikes it. We spent several .thousand dollars pre- paring to do this work before we turned a wheel. We have the PLANT, and the staff of SKILLED WORKMEN to turn this work out RIGHT. Ours is the only system that COMPLETE- LY ELIMINATES" THE SMELL OF GASO- LINE. The only plant of its kind in the province south of Calgary. Lethbridqe laundry Co.! Dry Cleaning Department 450, 451. C. S. FARROW, Mgr.