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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NlWS WHERE YOU IXFECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JULY 5, l'J20 THE HERALD'S CAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Wool Still Boston Indicates New Price Level Likely Reached. Sheep-shearing In, southern Alberta will probably ond'thla wceek, saW X. T. Mac-leod, 'secretary, of the South Atbsrtaj Wool Growers' Association, tlila morning-.'Wool continues to.be shipped to Toronto, aa reported last week.' This morning the Lethbridge Board of Tradp received a letter containing a comprehensive review of the wool marUot'situation. The letter was from tlie First National Bank ot Bcs- ton. and was headed, "Xew England Letter." It read in part: "The wool trade bis come to a most d.pause during past month, The Rhyming Optimist V MEDICAL EXAMINATION OF ALL, PENSIONERS _._ ff The Travelling Medical Board of.the.Pensions Depart- (8y Aline Mleluelis.) ment ia ,n ,he the rc. examination of those In receipt Ou, it's alee to tell a fable that of pennons. The board start- give folks forty chills, mate it lurid as you're able, get them all fed up with Ihrilis. And If you are really clever, pray, why should you be ex- act lu a endeavor to con- fine your tale to fact? It will' five an added relish to tho nmrc that you may kuow if you tura it aad wnirelllth and amend It as TOU go. Wkei a con- science has been pampmd. it won't stretch the truth a bit; such meth- ods have you hampered when you to make a hit. truthful folks admonish. "Now, I you, please (oko irhen vou roanker to astonish, facts trades light as air. And this pleasant 'feat ot stretching; thioti then stilt the considered very fetching and is met ID overs' jlace. People versed in'entertaining often and It will detract front their speech if they the anij; thing ;it. lacked was thatl flofcery oriling didn't- have one ounce of fad. There were theo'rjes and iffi BACK ON 11 e.l its sittings on Monday at f, the hotel, and will I Company Conceded Ad- continue the same untli 2 p.m. IKE MIR RYE during which prices have fallen sharp- (lowing like a. cataract, but they )y both hero' and abroad, especially on Uavc us no surprises in the form of thu fine "wools, which had held Ewav-JlBJ'Jact.., Tory .often: fact U ti.-ir- ovor the market for so Ions. Medium aM ll sorely ties sis down when the to low grade also have declined, but So wo desiring Is to do the J lesser lously hail tent' because they p're'v- UP brown. 'fallen, ver.r considerably, and we add tale; up, brown. So wo keep or we subtract, go _____ ________ _ Ai tlie and surmising, but we in Boston, May 20th and 21bt, prices state a fact- for good ni6rluys dropped from li) to "il par. following "ah indication or oaBinfi In and at the fifth series of Coloiiial-wool.auclioBs which London recently prices shewed "n decline 'from tho previous fate, held a litfle more than' a month ago. of anywhere :from 25 to 30 per cent, for merino's..about 10 to 15 per front, fine and 5' to 30 pel1 medium to low cross- llkC'Vise in tho Bradford niarlifVjiii.yc' In sympathy with prices .for wool In London, sixty- fours solliiis'ift ;tbout 114 pence, against about' 147 pence a month ago. Somo th'at the decline in val- ues has'.bceh' completed for the mo- ment and ihriT a new trading level has been' established. This seems to he borne out'soinewhat by the steadier market at Lontlon, but this has been accomplished-'more or less by the cur- tailment ot offerings'at tho-London sales. In'this market manufacturers anil dealers all at sea as to what- are for wool, anfi their lack of interest was shown in tho recent government sale, when only .about'6 :rter'cenl. of the offering of nearly" pounds was sold. The offorlhg tvas' largely of low -wools, more or less clearly'by. tlie'fact that1U'J inform the provincial department are being of agriculture. It would .be well to on a th'reo to four day a week 'ollow the same lines as has.been fol- tho curtailment belns even more lowed at recent farmers' niettlngs; marked with sumo of; tho. smaller ttlat fa. the secretary pass a woolen mills. Transportation dlfflcul- j "Et around and each farmer estimate ties, which have hurt industry very nc mav require. This will not much lu tbo past few months, arc- im-joe binding, but will give the depart- __________ proving slowly. In the 'foreign prim-! ment an idea of the amount of seed leal practitioner, as alleged. ?n attend- [Department of.Agriculture Will Need to Know as Soon as Possible. Fall rj-o is still ,an absorbing, sub- jept arcpss.tho farmers of.the south and la receiving more and more at- tenliou. discussing 'the rjues- tion this morning, G. n. Marnoeh; ident of the I.ethhrldge..Board of Trade, said: "It is up to the farraefs to get together and find but Just what quantity of seed they will require and vartfe ajld Men Will Work -18-Hour Week. The trouble In the Brewery has bsen smoothed over by the com- pany conceding the men on strike the cent, increase In demanded. The men, on the other narid, agreed to waive the 44 a.'-'week, returning work on tile 'old batlt of 4C hourc. Colemsn Doctor Must Pay and Costs for Negligence. A considerable Importance to the medical world Is that of Lloyd Woods vs. Olivier which was taken to the appeal "court, and Judgment "'has been handed down. The case ;was first hcafu at the civil sittings of the; supreme court here laet November when the plaintiff was, awarded Tho claim of Wooas.'-who IS a laborer residing In was ;one for malpractice against Dr. Olivier, of Coleman, for and uiiskllfulness as a med- aiy markets little has occurred of mo- ment, except thai p'rlc'ss have declin- ed In sympathy' with the rest of the that will be needed. The department Is not a mind reader." The 'distribution of all rye is In world's markets. Eiporls of woolen Iho hands of the provincial depart- and worsted goods-to'. the' United': ment of agriculture. Farmers >'ho Siates from Great Britain'during May j cannot finance ndw seed either them- werc" :'as compared with in 1313, tha year before the war." At the regular city council mcet- .nnd-theeo'riot of Ihc best Jiut buying Ing, on Monday, the naine of.'tho Rev interest'was'lacking. The 'effect otj Denoo'n, at the request of the Minis- _ tho decline im.lieen lo stop abruptly terial Association, was added to tho' br.ying of .the-new clip' committee for venereal diseases. "I except- bjy way o'f consign- Acting on the recommehdation of incuts, anil even on these dealers have Chief Gillesple, the pound law ivasi hastened lo crul.down their Increasing the pound selves or through their bank is understood, be able to obtain fall rye seed through tho same system as used for seed grain j The board of trade, for the farm- ers of southern Alterta, their friends, have had printed two pamphjets, which are of importance. One deals fall "rye, and the other with-soil drifting. Copies of these pamphlets will be sent to'every XJ.iF. A. local in toe south and more can be ohtained from the board of trade. Professor JameS'Murray. -wrote tha.pamphlet on. fall rye. and C, S. Noble, the one on soil, drifting. v1.: much to the chagrin or the-western j From 75 cents to jper day. erowcrs, .who have appealed'through A communication'was'received their local KCI'VC bai from al banfe to the regional re- the Baton Film- Corporation asking .nks in certain sections for; whether the council would-he agree- special consideration in (he' renewal i able to tho taking by tho .corporation of loans. 5.0 Es.to alfow them to hold [of a mdvlo film 200. feet in length, rholr wool longer, in the belief that showing the financial, agricultural and' I lie depression Is only temporary. Can- -business districts ijt.-ihe city, ccllatiqns at-lht woolen mills Aave The film company stated ibat it has been heavy, and .worsteds have, like- 73 theatres in. the states of Washing- wise fuiTersd considerably. The and Oregon, with 21'In Portland tent of the cancellatioai: is Indicated alone, aud 35 in British Columbia. The fllm Proposed .will1 lie shown, daily In theatres. It. asks for ?20o' for Makiug the film, with tlie proppsition that iL will be eihibited at the rato of ?15 per week on a six months' contract. The communica- tion was filed. MUTTON PERKINSf Old Country Shoemakers The one place where you can jet your shoes fixed just right Orders called for and delivered 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 693 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre "delicious and rsfreahing" mean tho most, THECOfA-COLA COMPANY WINNIPEG INSURANCE Unjtecf Grain Growers Securities, Ltd., and Federal Insurance Co. Frvnlum. payable In Cash or Note, V. GIBBONS, AGENT 1TO-0 I. Q. O. F. A JOINT INSTALLATION of officer, of all subordMote lodges of Oddfellowi In the oity will be held on Monday evenlnj, July 6lh In Burj.uaDn't North Lettibrldje. ALL BROTHERS WELCOME MIZPAH LODGE. No. 72 EAT MORE ICE CREAM, ITS GOOD FOR YOU Ing'in.January, 3919, to. a fracture of the right leg sustained by the plain- Iff. The case. was carried to the appel- late njurt, with the "appeal being dis- Pat Waxes Poetic Several citizens will he receiv- ing notices requesting their at- tendance at the city police cofcrt for falling to make application for using water oa their )awns and sprinkling theJpame without the necessary lawn and garden rater raft) being To save the at- tendance at the court being In- creiMd, Detective ?at Egan has written tie following poetic warning. Pat.-as a descendant ot Tom Moore, has tho poetic facul- ty Ja him in addition to his other qualities. Thia Is how he breaks "Sprinkle, sprinkle your little lawn, You better do It before the dawn, Be sure you do It In a rush Or you'll be caught by Inspector hush." The next, spa em, says Pat. will bo contributed at the city police court. liEE INSANE CASES GUIS B WHEAT YIELD HIGH Mr. Baker Says With Rain 30- Bushe! Crop la Possible. Chitrs Mania the for Month The report of the chief of police for the month o( June. iuWllted to the city council. ttfat during the month W cases tried at the city police court. Under Ccida 29 cases were tried clawi- fled. There were 12 gambling cases, in all of which convictions were ed. Of 7 eases, 3 of the de- fendants were convicted, 3 hound oVer, and 2 bad the charges' ..withdrawn. Three vagrants .were ordered to the city. -A caie ia which the defend- ant was charged with the pgtseialoa of obscene photos was dismlescd. In a fortery case obtain- ed, and the accused sentenced to months' hard labor. Charzed with offence ot having carnal knowledge accused was committed for trial. In a theft case the accused was let oif on suspended and in a bur- glary case remanded for Motence. In a case of forcible a dwell- ing accused was fined. In a charge or false prelencei the Game was withdrawn.6y the !uf6rm- P. Baker, of Nemlscam, is particu- larly cheerful (his morning about tho prospects In his.district. On Satur- day he stated that fields in that vicin- ity were becoming ragged. One-Quar- ter of an. Inch qf rain tell there last night and he expects list will do a great deal ot good. At a recent meeting of farmers there they estimated that without another rain wheal''trould yield-from Eev.cn to ten bushels acre, but with rain the yield would go _as hugh as thirty, one farmer estimating -forty bushels to the missed with a i uia- oplni" by the' three judges; Chief Justice and Justices Beck and Stuart. H. Ostlund, with Sinclair, K.C., appeared Woods, and A. II. K.C., of Calgary, with J. H. Gillies, of Blairmore, for Dr Olivier. -St. Mary's Collegiata Institute (eabhers declined: an In- crease of per year and havo resigned. Dont Miss James Oliver Greatest.Story of God't Country, "ThV River's a't Ernpneu. Watch for it, Hnp PUASTEURIZEO MOUNTAIN BUTTER MILK-or, i bottle of rich, sweet cream to with fruit We are caterers for all of these delklous hot weather articles of diet, and are prepared to give our customers the last word In quality apd service. BRICK flavor, delivered lo any PHONE 1929 AND OUR DRIVER WILL CALL Come In arid Visit Our New Plant, It Will Please You, CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 'CANADA'S ;BEST THIS TITH-E HAS BEEN AC. (JUIRllD Af TER MANY YEARS OF PERFECT SATJSFACTION wo, SERVICE THAT ARE GJVEN BY WILLIS PIANOS. A STYLE- FOR EVERY TASTE AND A PRICE FOR EVERY POCKET- BOOK. Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE W. D.A., and MJss M. J. Hinds, Principal and Assistant oE the Colborne High' School, have resigned to accept positions in the Brighton High School. DON'T HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO GET FRESH PURE MILK (icllver milk fresh from our own dairy herd, In time for breakfast. PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North Lethbridge Dairy ant. Under the Liquor act ;foar cases were tried with convictions" ohtained In all. Three Insanity Cssefc Threo.cases of insaiilty'-dccnrred during the month. All were women EuBering from religious'riiabia, who were removed to Pbnoka. Two sudden deaths occurred and were reported to.the He de- cided that no inquest was after invesllgatioa ty the city doctor and Dr. Levering. Under the bylaw 22 cases were tried for speeding and standlas street cars. Ot theje 19 were coovict-. 2 were dismltsed, and -1' with- draws, The amount of derived from the above mentioned 'cues was! vincial treunrer J583.00; city trea- surer 1179.00; total f Twenty horses sli" cows were. impounded daring tie' month. Twenty- fonr were released and two are In tke poind. The revenue derived Ia Uts tho sura of J2S.25 was collet ted, making a total up to The following items of moneys were' collected during the month: Licenses U63.W; JI7S.OO; pound doga poll Ui making- a total of 11022.00. PAULIST CHOm N'OT COMING TO LETHBRLDGK Canadian cities are being' py the Paul 1st choir ot New York, hut Lethbridge has not booked an engagement. The choir is be- tween slity and seventy voices strong and will spend a couple of' hours In Lethbridge on July 6, leaving at 9 a.m. for Coutts. The itinerary ot the choir Included" Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina, Saska- toon, Edmonton and Calgary. aro returning to the United -'States, via Lcthbrldga and Coutts. Two clal Pullman cars on the C. P. R. have been chartered by the choir. Served in Our Tea Rooms KIRKBVS 606 Third Avenue P.O. BOX 940 PHONE H19 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Paterson and Co. 5-6 Aeadla Building 61C Third Avenue (South) If you eat at this CA FE Vour meals are as good and as moderately pviced as you can find you will enjoy everything you order, The Yale .THE CAFE 21Z FIF.TH ITREET SOUTH Fancy California Fetches, 2 lij. packages, each 7So Gooseberries, per 15c Spanish Ptaeutbea, pjr'tin'.aSc Canned Beeto, -per tin iOc Poster-Clark's Powder Dry Pack per tin 2Sc Genuine French in pnre oHve oil, 3 tins He Bout en's tiinWe Grajte Fruit p-r bottle Hominy, ver pkff. Creeie fc Bhukwell Orange Marmalade, per 40c Brooms, extra heavy straw, Welch's Pliralade and lade, per Jar jpoe Wonder Shine, rcealar 25c; on sale, each............... 12c- Marmalade, Malkin'a Beat, per Canidtsn Boiled Dinnv, tin 30e rrssss, 3 Ibs. for 45c. Bath Soap, 3 lirse cates for 25e GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY SERVICE ANp' SATISFACTiON GUARANTEED Owing to market con- ditions, it is necessary jo reduce the price of cream to the following No. I Sweet Cream 55c per lb'. Butterfat No. I Sour Cream 52c per lb. Butterfet No. 2 Sour Cream 49c per ib. Butterfat This price takes' effect on June 24th, ,1920, Crystal Dairy Limited WANTED GRAIN ELEVATOR AGENTS FIRM OPERATING LINE OF ELEVA-TOM IN PRAIRIE! PROVINCES It DESIROUS OF QETTIKU IN TOUCH WITH A NUMSIR OF 0000 ELEVATOR AGENTS, APPLY GIVING FULL AND NAME OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYER TO BOX 15, HERALD Farming Costs May he reduced by eo-operntlon. Keep In mind when BINDER TWINE, MACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. i At Yaur FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, POTATOES, SEED COALOALE, Phorit Phone 777, LETHBRICWf; ;