Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LOCAL NEWS WHEKK YOO EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD P. THEHKHALB'SPAOEOr UVE hOCAL NEWS ALBKHTA, I'AGK SEVKN Inclusion of Barons, Garmangay_and Macleod Lands Would Bring Down Lethbridge Northern Cost an Acre t V That is Unofficial Estimate of Trustee CKew, Up Petitions to Include 50, Acres More in Original Added for per Acre. WvuiisiUffl has been granted the, acre. This wouid bo a very K put at the very highest possible flame. Ills statement opens up a very imercsltns possibility and the farmers In the or poaE Islnal project vciH be it the Bar oils r'nrniangay ani Matleod farmers Board of Trade Presents Corres- pondence Wilh JJctero'og seal Experts Tie claims ot "Rainmaker" llatlield are disputed by meteorological offices such ai the Meteorological Office, Tor- ontoXand the Weather Bureau of the I United Suites Agricultural Depart- ble magazines re Ing wonderful accounts like the one In the clipping you euclose ol tho al- leged succeps and accomplishments ot these so-called raiiii'.iiike'-s." U. S. RAILWAY BILL LJItk- GOES tfo WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON'. Keb. com promise railroad bill' returned to n A FULL HOUSE A Y A barrfeler arrived .In (he city the early hours of morning. He made his first appeal within u very few iio appeared v.-lihoul roiies .the niayistrato acknow- ledgeil presence and per- milted hiui 10 remain'and bo heard. is. the third foil of Davul Horcoii Klton. L.L.I1., ot thU cky arrived this inornlng and ;her.'- Is much n-JoichiK ia 12'19 Tib Ave. S. Davr nuv; has a full three kiuiis iinj a jiair 01" Uo .iUulds would give a total of for the J 50 000 or per acre, actual mcnl, Washington. In reply io a com- the WSUc House today by ihe depart inuulcaiton from Secretary Kose of Ilia mcut of justice io which it was rnfi'r-j Board of Trade.' cuoioslnfi press clip-; day fw an opinion as toj _ ptngs hi regard to-thc povan of Uicliis validity. The president was Have IOU helped trie K, P. letters were receivedUected to act on it today or tomorrow. i PI u r J from the institutions named disputing. Attoruey-deupral i Palmer Infoiiwd! LillJuren i OliClter f Una letters were received jiected to act on it today tomorrow, from the institutions named disputing. Attoruey-deupral j Palmer Infoiiwd. (lie powers claimed by Mr. Ilatliohl., president that he saw no cunsHt-j _. TLe contents of these '-yen.' itmiiuunl- j utional to the moasun1. cated to irieriibortj of Uie lioard I'll till last nish: had been collected in the K. of JrLv.1 for Children's Shelter uitivlug fund. This is almost half the objective, and thodf in charge feel confident tha: -when the campaign closer tomorrow nighi the canvassers will have gone over tho top. Splendid response is being made by the public, in ull varU of Uio city. Here are tiu- up lu Thursday mght: Previously ('apt. (Ui'.-rre... .District t'am. SSiovcv....... District C. Taylor........ Ois.'rkl Capl. 1C catetl to iiieiuweis m uic uuiim of Trade present aj the Tlim-wlny! OERMANy TO TAKE OVER luncht'On. PRUSSIAN RAIt Whole Thing Absurd PRUSSIAN RAILWAYS! i rVe letter Ilivector. .Mr. 11. Claim Oltkc Can Be Accommo dated Temporarily in Court Police Moving It is the reaolve to make a big ef- fort to brins a Land Titles' Office to The mere writing Jtolley, n er Chew one the three trustees of the ties that the. letter been reeei ed Lutlibrldge Xor.hern. before com- and will be cons, e ed, has 1ns to Alberta spent iirnctically all hi: life on large railway construction ivorks. Mr. Chew points out that ih'; estimated cost of construction on ;he l.etlvbridge Northern is come to- TIB vc-ganied as not- 'good enough In the way of obtaining mater ial results, so the bull has been taken by tlio liorns and 11 dcleBation liroceeii to Edmonton to inftrvicv FREDERICK30N ACQUITTED; George Frcderlckson was ao- titittten In tlie Supremo Court. on the charge of forglcg a lici- proscription. The retrial of the Smith case is sill! proceeding. a summer shower are gigantic, so gigantic indeed thai it Is hard tc conceive that any forces, chemical 0! otherwise, that man can bring to hear are otherwise but absolutely picayune. The eiploslon which wrecked Halifax did not lead even to the formation of a cloud." Further the letter went on to say "11 Is absolutely Inconceivable that the claim made by Mr. HalfioU can have any foundation whatever.'; Utterly The Washington, lelter. from Chief of t'uo Weather Bureau. Mr. C. Jfarfiii, tho Ituseisii state will receive- annual- ly four hundred million niarliK as In torest. said: "A considerable number clainiE of the artificial productioi l.euiuringi; isorinern is i additional acres, could be im- government snd to endeavor to hr B gated from the main ditch for ?13 per I inaucrs til a Ii'jad. At no (ime are he I circumstances more iirwjiitions than they are at the iive'Senl time lor a Land Titles office here. The stumb- ling block to the 'provision of the office ling boc o c'prasu i in the ciiy has been that I! would entail the building of the same. This no loitger liohls Kood In that ample room-' could be provided In the court house in which there at :three rooms not nseil, with ALL KINDS OF WEAR LADIES' Also Gentlemen's Silk Shirts Made to Order. SIU MOW 403 Slxlh Street South (Behind Dominion Meat Market) NOTICE ON HIS WAY FOR A BUNCH OF TRAFFIC TROUBLE AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE, MONDAY, CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN HIS SHIMMYING FLIVVER, ''FOR A, DAY'S YOU'LL SAY SO! G. W. V.A. SACRED CONCERT aildiiion'at room in- P Iho I'- will space they occupy, moving in May to new headquarters in what is now the Garbiitt Business College in the pro- vincial building lately acquired by the government. This was the informa- tion conveyed to the members ot tlie Board'of Trade by Sir. George nice at llhft weekly luncheon held on Thurs- 'flay presided.over liy Iho Ylce-Presi- ilent, 31r.; C, F. .Deleaates for Edmonton X i Jlr. Rice Informed the meetinc thai i the Uar Society liad met and discussed the need of immediate steps being tak en to place a Land Titles' office In tbr city. For this purpose two delegates i Messrs. Conybeare and Shepherd wore appointed to go up to Edmonton It was considered, advisable that inert slmild be two doleKates as well fron the Board o[ Trade and from tho U. F It was agreed that the delegate from the Board should accompany th delegation, these to be named later the namlns of tho farmers' delegate was left in hands of Mr. W. A. Ham lltmi. la bringing the matter to :a I notlbe of the meeting. Mr. nlc pointed out that the volume of ban Titles' business in tho LethbrMge dls trict amounted Io about a year He further mentioned that the rccon! for (tie district-were separated In th j Calgary office and there would he n trouble to movo them once it was d terminal to Institute a Land Title 1 oflice in the city. To Co-Orcfiiiate Relief A communication was read from tl Provincial Red Cross Spr.ioly'ln-Ca gary staling that at ,i..mceting he Uiero on January 2Mb for (lie inirjio. of iliscusslng the co-ordiliatlon of cU relief effort in the event ol cine gciicy.t disaster, rjr epidemic, at rcpvcacnt.iUvos o( the u. P. A., U. W. 'A.. CJ. T. U., lied bridge Nursing Mission, and Assoclat-l cil Charities were present, it was sug- gested that f joint council represen- tative of provincial organizations for civil relief he tunned for the purpose of co-ordlnalinn. It was further re- solved that the Provincial Ited Cross be rctmeslcil to communicate with Mm various Hoards of TrMIe re appoliillim representatives to mcel.jind discuss methods of ami Io fur- B. C. FARMERS PLAN I TO PLACE'CO-OPERATIVE j STORES UNDER ONE HEAD VICTORIA. B. I'., r'eb. Canadian Columbia farmers interested in co-operative stoves opened their conveiiTion today wilh plans'for the amalgamation un- der one head of all co-operative stoVcs In ihc province. It is also proposed to unite with tlie farmers' organizations various vc-ierans co-operative stpres-tliat are now springing up. Pro- tective measures for co-operative stores against wholesalers, who .con- sider- the d.angeroiis, rain" have been exploited in the news- pipers, and many of them have liecn brought to the attention of the Weath- er Bureau. Ml are either unsound in jirinciylo or utterly inniraclicablc and of no value. This statement has been made by high authorities in meteor- ology aiid others, time ami time again HEADS NEW MOVING PICTURE CORPORATIOr TOHOXTO, Feb. president of the Famous Players l.as- kv Corporation, New York, was yea- tcrday elctlcd president ot the new Famous Flavors Canadian Corpora-1 Hun. J. IVUieSnell was elected vice-' chairman, ami X. Nathaason, manag- ing director. ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Wo-aclioi! Sulllinas. [ii-r lb..38c Clieiries in Mnrysi.uiin per boltle ..25c and 40.- I 'i-esh 75c Strawberry -lain. Ilnmsiei-K'y Farm. 4 Hi. pails .......S1.35 (yruiilu'M'irs. tin .40c IV-lpry, IUT I'liini Jam. pail S1.W K'eirV per jar'.................... Iliirli'S- Sugar, jn-r III.-..... 25c SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY iminul sack (lolled Oats, rcguiar price Today EORDEN MAY BE HOME TODAY j HALIFAX, N.S., Feb. Cunard liner Carmania. on board j of which Sir Robert Bwden is re- ported to be a passenger, is ptcted to arrive in port late to- i night. s Arab Tc a.' per Kivr's Izal UiFintcclf.iu Pinvdcr- 2 pkgs for..........---- Siiccolayh, tins for KiiiDburgii Hock- Ib. O'i-rye t'offt'e l.ai'KO, Hivo tin .........SI.05 Cru-oii. Pry's t'otu entnitetl .J'er tin Toiler -I for.....................25c 'Tnrhi.'li fjl.'ll'slll. 45c not nseil, sidcr- the irosyect In that j ;lrte disciiKScd. It is giving up the cooperative wholesale e'en-' r and introduce u bra-'ich of Hie ritish Wholesale Oo-operativo Assoc- tiOQ. TO'DAV fn nic'JIclnea, cs In (evcry other necessity, tho public Is with nothing but Iho best! Tflli the evofncrcaslng demand for Zara-Buk. 'Xot only H thli great talm tie best household remedy to-lay, but It Is also ths most economical. Zaia-Buk's superiority Is to the fact that it Is oil mciffcdic, con- taining none oC the coarso animal tata or harsh mineral found In ordinary olntmcnis. Again, the medicinal properties are 60 highly concentrated that they contain toaitmum amount of healing, sooth- Ing sod antiseptic power, ao.that ft little of this balm goes a long ray. Another reason why Zam-Buk Is most economical. U will keep in- definitely and rersin to the last Its streastli purity. Beat for sUln diseases and Injuries, blood-poieo.il- Ing nnd piles. All boi. BY LADIES CHOIR MAJESTIC THEATRE Sunday Feb. 29 AT 8.45 Under Iho direction oi CORP. J. E, THOMPSON BUTCHEtERIA We have Beei, Pork, LatnVj andA'eal in the city, a shipment of No. 1 Meats from BuvdeU. Better Meats for Less'Money We Will Sell on Saturday Choice Roast of Beef, per Ib. Leg Mutton, per Ib. 30c. Shoulder Mutton, per Choice Veal Roast at, per Ib............... Prime Ribs, per Ib......................23c WE HAVE ALSO A THOUSAND OTHER SPECIALS AT THIS STORE. DEAL AT THE BUTCHETERIA AND SAVE MONEY. WE HANDLE NOTHING BUT THE BEST. NEW LAID EGGS AND BUTTER AT THE LOWEST PRICES. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY G80CERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Put joy into thc.lilc of the Shelter children'by (jiving 'to ths K.P.C.S. fund. TO BUILDERS CONTRACTORS We arp prepured to accept orders lor common bniMing brick Iv> April and May delivery" at prosen'i prices. Iniiidiiig miilerilil i.-. vapidly I'lRUfc Extra quality INLAID lineal yard and HALL LINOLEUM, ilneal yard................ 85c to ?1.50 1.INOI HUM RUGS, 9x12 at SIS'JJ, and S25.M CpNGOLEUM RUGS, 9x12, regular price J25, for IT WILL BE EASY TO MAKE A SELECTION C. G. OLANDER GENERAL HARDWARE 13TH STREET N. THE K. P. CHILDREN'S SHELTER FUND NEEDS YOUR HELP. Don't pay doctor's bills, Keep Healthy DRINK MILK. Crystal Dairy Lim tied dollar for the K.P.C.S. fund.