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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD LIVE LOCAL.NEWS 7THUBSDAY, JULA7 8, 1920 SECOND SECTION LETHPRIDGE, SECOND, SECTION PAGE SEVEN u lILLGOIfllHEAPPEttATECOURI Preliminary Objections of Coun- i sel for Justice Department Are Over-ruled. The 'mine case, in which power of the operators to deduct tho check-off U. 51. W. of. A. fcae been called ftt; question, will be rurrled to tho Xppellnte court, the Buprenie Court en bine havlng'decid- ed. objections the Department HEALTH INSPECTOR GETS POETRY Lelhbrldge health inspector this morning looked over the 4 hoard of trade premtses In Oalt jtil. Justice for the coal company. 'The. case, accordingly, will' Ho to the Court "of Appeal oii'its owu pierits." The objections' of counsel were lieard on June ISlh last, and Jiidg- ineul reserved was Banded don'ii .oil Tuesday last. The appeal is the. re- sult of the decision of. Magistrate Calgary, in. the. case of Stuurt Lynch vs. the Canmore. Coal and is .intended !o lie-a iesl case.qf the validity of. the Arm- etrorig order the miners nnd the Operators. The stated Sn the appeal of .the plaintiff against tlie judgment Davidson, is that the'Baid.Judginent is contrary to that-the Magistrale erred in lioldlug that.-sectfon 3 of the order-ln- No; 1725, would havo render- ed the.manager ol the Canmoro Coal Co., liable 'to penalties had -he .OlEregarded, order Xo. 141 of-the Di- roi'lor" of-Coal'-.Opc-ratUms; that lie' erred'In holding thai No. Mli had to "management and opcra- Jiionut the miue of the Caumuru Coal that he erred in holding that tbe Director of'Coal Operations had any '.power to make tho said order. History of Case Gardens and now believes all should lake a course in poelry writing. The gems from rambling scribes that mot his eyesjn ono room of tha build- The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Michaelit.) The history the case is that the Canmore Coal -Co', dill, between March 21st and" April 1920, declare a lock-put of.all employees of the mii.e Vi'ho did not .beconie members ;of the- .iU. M. and agree to sign a check-off. for .all.'dues, nsses'sments, and Hues levied by the II. M; W. of A., coiilrary, as. 'alleged, by Ihn, to tie provisions'ot the Industrial Bis- .Act of 1907 and ..the amendments" thereto... Magistrate .Davidson foun'd.tlmt'thoiigh the was'violated the: order-in- coui'icil suspeii'ded.llie Eta'tute. Th'e There were-seven "preliminary ph: Sections "against the case'going lo were (1) Ital appli- hy f 3) that, the applies tiojirwAs'iiot signed" by, solicitor for JiitoriimU; that .recognisances >vere liot filed application was asked for; that -recognizances did please him in the least. They Injured his civic pride. as some' "of civic. brethren .used 'as insplra- lions. fy Got. Hohie After a Strenuous Battle and Poison Is in Demand. Now the glad days ot vacation ouce agalu are close at hand, and each geezer In tbe nation has a Summer trip all planned. Folks are tripping to the highlands, they are -tripping to tha sea, to the. woods and to the Islands; they ore setting oS with glee. Browns may go across tho ocean to View Chfua from u Junk; Smiths will make the same coiumulloD, vheiithey journey to Podunk. It mils', be the silly season for the very windir that blow make folks.yearn, sans rhyrao or just to lack.their duds and BO. Maybe you are not a rover, car- ing naught for foreign.lands; rbut the wlnds'hriiig hints ot Qelds and siinnysands.' get you, sldwljr, surely, so you liave your best suit pressed, tell the boss that you are poorly and you think you need a rest. Then'you toddle .to tbe sta- tion, with i. grip In either band, care. less of your destination, any place so you'll be tanned. For tbe aini thai sets In motion all these trippers, liere and there, Isn't junl the lure of ocean or tho tracing inountaln air. There's a deeper purpose brewing where the casual eyo can't reach; why folks.go canoeing .or spend hours on the: beach. Back of every, .pleasant journey each vacationist has planried lies the hope .Mint he will-burn, he-.will get blistered, red and tanned, And he-prays the hue will last hfra7'til Pall comes with colors gay, so that each than who goes past him will say: "Gee! he's been But this one is a hummer; tan is but a gift of fate; hut the man. who trips in mer will get skinned, at any iverc, riot before Oie-c (6) that application 'did not redle- facts and ground for'seated case; that application was net served.personally the dcfendant'company or defend-" ant's solicitor-after he had agreed to accost service; support.ot the objections James Jljitr, K.O.. for the Department of Jus- tice, :iiid J. B. JlcJ.eod, of Clarke, Car- son and Co., of (Xilgary, arsucd that 1lie caso not prbneriy-be- fore the 'Appell.ile division of thi and should'be thrown out. H. OsllliiKl ;nid II. Macleod Sinclair, that the objections did! not apply to the case at'bar, as all) conditions by the rules had i 7pccu compiled with in asking for and; lllfiig stated case with the Court.! tho objections were heard Jlr. Justice Stuart remarked that ho could not but think, that'there was not: ninch. merit in" case, as. regarded' hy the .defence, or else tho objections'! would nofbe raised. One roads and grasehopperti': were the chief source of pleasure arid danger for sev- eral 'officials last nighl. The -so was one of its occup'abts--and Ihe driver was In.a hiirry.aiid'ditches w'ere many, so use'yonrowny imagination. I'eter Tom kins-was theTiiiot of the good, ship Lizzie.bu tills'occasion and Jack Weir Was the'.balliist in the hack seat. Professor of-the C. P.H.i was the freight arid a live- ly piece of freigh't he: proved :to b'e. J it ck proved very; ejfljieut wi th th e torch light, -A. Murphy cocked his weather eye .heavenward jfand said nothing" he'ireturiied in an- schooKlast niihtTtoitell .the farmers what peskjrbeasts': th'esev'grasshoppers are any way. ha ft; all; taken part and rason had from N'oah M: thei jjijeseit t late th e" farm era battle and the homeward, journey, started. v Jack crank. lie finally she-startrf: -put his lie tried it twice but "remained- dark. Ilowcvor, he was hot'going to spend tho. night s'o h'c: hollered "all aboard" and went off down the road in a cloud ot dust He could see where Ihe road ought to be'and that satisfied him. Professor was" quite nervous. Unfortunately country roads some times take a tun and this particular road had a turn arid a sand bank right iu' front of it. Peter- did iiot see the ft Sou Drifting Expert Will Gome Here Prof! Recognized Con- tinental Authority on This ProWem, Will Attend Congress. turn and neither did Lizzie. She took thc.saud hank In tine style and stood on her end. "My, lie's said sand and started right again. As Coaldale liaa a hospital for sick Fords they went in to get the Iras' -at-' leuded to. One bulb was missing and the doctor declined to amputate. 116 was in good humor as Coaldale had won a ball game (Jial night. So Peter jrtarted off again and g'ot on the wrong road. Good road enthusiasts had been working there recently and had grad- ed Peter did not notice this. The Liz- zie was. rompIiiE aloitg in .fine ntvle and suddenljvsomeonc hollered: BO Peter naturally geed and stopped in the dltchV this. point the professor pat: up a the Profewor of Manful-. tan Collegt, Kaniai, a continent-.. al authority tell drifting, will -'attend the convention of '.fit; .Wctt-. ern Canada Irrigation Associa- tion on .July Oi'.-n'.-.t word to thlc .effect was received by G. of Irrigation AMoclatlon, thli morning. In Professor that soil drifting can, itopp'd without excessive Professor John Bracken, of the Univiersity' and F. H. Auld, (itputy minister of ag- riculture in ttlt-s Saskatchewan their ;Jntention r .fproeeedings of 1 Why should" restaurants ot the same calibre vary in prices for their produce? That is a-question, that Is often asked by those''who have to pb- .tain :their meals In the eating houses of Lethbridge. For ia- stance, one prominent restaurant asks sixty cents for fried salmon steak, whHe7 another as'sa fifty cents.' Trese, places are patron- ized largely and'iJiobably do the ic-1', 'jasiness of any two restauv- "ants city. ;.In ona placo two boiled ejjs cost the caitcnner forty cents and. In i tie other, place, thirty .cents, anu'iitMs-.almost a sure thing that thu'ono restaurant keep- does not pay farmer mora 'for his eggs. .Tho place charinng "tlie lower price asks She same lor boiled eggsg as the other two. in one place .twenty- five the other they cost "twenty. tOnly few prices .beeii- picked.obt. Why'cannot such comijibr, food be sold a'uniform price? New Premier is Absent-Minded Once FbrgQt Where He Put Baby A. cLiracteristlc story of the new .premier, Hon. Arthur Melghen, is told locally by one who knows Mm vc'.'i. It refers to tho early days when Mr. Meigken was a struggling uairieler in the town of Portage La Prairie. The domestic menage of tho premieMo-De, 1 that time, could uot rjn to a servant, and It so happeited that Melgheu, Imving to oe at a friend's housfl for ais entertainment, left the one and only baby of the fam- ily al the time in eliargSjCf Arthur. C. P. R. ISSUES GUIDE i TO GREAT BRITAIN BIG DEMAND FOR A pamphlet that iriil ruako old try folks homesick, hi-.s been Issued by the C. P. H. Tbl-title of thc.pam- "Ulet is: "Old Country. C. P. R. Guide Uo Great .The pampbloHr' I'ail: the Viame-M'iplies and is compre- hensive. It is not like the time-tables jaiid folders that are. often Issued in jtbis country. It Is fultof actual plio- Ltcgrapbs and piles compiled [in an interesting manner. i Mr. Meighen U occasionally absent- minded, and in the (lart'.cular. task of conning oi'er a. ca'sc at home the baby became troublesome. To get a little peace, so ihat he could carry oh the work in hand, the fond father took the infant over to a friend, 'meaning to come- back fcr it latsr. Kngrossed over his work he, for the time being, forgot all the baby and was only called to'the fact tbat U MTB taken'over to a friend by tbe appearance of Sirs. Meighen. Tbe mother going to the bedroom was alarmed ai finding 'paby absent Going to the father to ask- about U a complex situation was raU- ed, in that he had lost all recollection of the name of the friend to whom ho aad: taken'It .H was only by dint of messages to all known friends that baby, to tliti joy ot mother and father, was eventually traced. A fine of anu costs was inflict- ed at Cardston on-Frank Flelt, by the professor. I'eter backed oft the' Magistrate beins in an-1 effect that Peter: should 'fix the hiniselt.. .J.Jack, and Peter started and Jack. lield'tie torch. Mosquitoes were bad. arid Jaek'.Sjadlo UirnVqut theitorch to ailack th'e-.r.rno'squitde' Ihis'af Ihe criljcal'tinie.'' But as'; Peter- knoys .more about liorses tharl Fords the lislits were Thit did not "end the .fun: the night. ;A new bridge had been built and. the old ciilout had not b'een guard- so .the driver just streaks of silver. Agajn a warning yell caused him to place his two -hun- dred pounds q'n the Drake. The' front wheel was halt protruding over a deep ditch. The result of tna nighl was the ap- plfcallOH this morning of a number o[ farmers troni that .district for-polson, so they consider the night was well spent. Plans for Opening Accomrnodii' tion Bureau Will Be Con- sidered, Soon. Indications'point to a big rush to T.etlibridgo for the convention of the I Western'Canada- Irrigation, aasocla- lion. The convention opens on July ;2S and lasts for three.days and during 'that lime housing.aciomitioilation for olgiit hundred visitors will have to be flonnd In the cily. No plans Inivh been made yet as to jc-pening of aii'accomninrialfon bureau Ihey are likely lo bo macto beforo long. .However, it la Ihe desire of Itio committee in charge of the arrange- iments that all householders who have I rooms to sp.nro to hold them tor that occasion..F.urlher.announcements con-' cerning plans will he" made lutw. WRENTHAM STORK AND STOCK HURNED! A disastrous Tire occurred at Wren- Ibam last nfghl, in wKicd tbe Walsh store with all its contents was burnt down. In tho tjlasp ?SOOO worth of groceries, dry goodn. and tiardware were destroyed. Mr. Walsh was In l.ctlibridge the time of llio (Ire and wan in formed-by iitmne lliis morning, of what had trtkon place. There 110 liiaiirniicc on tho goods, and the i loss lo llio proprietor .of tlie store is' therefore a heavy otis... The New Brand of Ice Cream Chief Mountain Velvet Ice Cream Made from Pure Products by Modern Equipment under Sani- tary on the market. Our New Plant Is completed and the New Equipment Installed. Our Ice Cream 11 already popular. Several customers and people .In charge of parties have taken the troubla to call us Up and tell us that it good. Is An Ideal Summer Food' Our Ice Cream Is pure, cool arid refreshing and satisfying In flavor. It Is sanitarily prepared from Ihe richest cream and pure flavorings, it's taste !s 10 lufpaMingly good that no food quite takes place as a summer dessert or refreshment, WE ARE NOW READY-TO SUPPLY OUT-OF-TOWN PAR- LOR3 AND DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE OR Phone 192IK We shall be glail lo show you through our new plant. Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd. lawful possession'. Informa- tion was laid "against the accused by Sergeant. NichdlBon.lflf the P. P., on July- 1st with having. quan.tlty of liquor for sale cVbatlen "Hel-iaupflared before the' Jlagistrate and.'.Tas to the 5th on a bail; of >SOO.- On-. that: pleaded nbt'giiiitr. After hear- ing.' the -Nicholson an'd 'and Hen- derson the "ambrided to liaying fn: more tcan the law In the cciirt -W'Hliim Otlewell, ar- rested by Sergeant Nlciolson and Con- stable McYViiliams, was fined 'fio and costB "fort having; llqao'r in oticr than a. private 'dwelling; V DEATHS 'I H' LAND BOJyDQN, Assd ciated The deaths are report ed of Baron iyances-'De.Faravincino, a great classical Sir ,Wm. Balllle Hamilton, of the' "colonial of- General Gco. Captain FStzrpy Talbott, Royal Navy, and John Shiiter, the 'famous cricketer and for morly captain of .the Surrey; team. Hear 'the First Will 3EST" Sales of Willis Pianos are in- creasing at a rapid instrumcnU occupy an enviable position in the musical day, investigate them; Sold on Paymerttt To Suit.' Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBR10GE YOU DONT HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO GET FRESH PURE MILK We deliver milk fresh from our own dairy herd, in time for .brea'jfasl. PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North Lethbridge Dairy B; OF T. PAMPHLETSj The pamphlet IB complete, covering j every railway IL Great Britain; Of interest are all noted "by pictures, and the class of photogm'ures are such that are not equalled hi 'the ma- jority of. publications. Printing is done on a fiati QnlsheO .papor. aiid- the amount ot detail shown in the cuts Is surprising., 'Ixiridon receives jjiiare of the space. Maps ot the cily, with the poluts of interest icdeied are givey aiid railway time-tables are-printed In the back. The pamphlet is an educa- tion In itself and ,ls complete >s a guide., to travellers, giving hotel anil j bus and train accommodation ia every limporia'nt centre. Other maps give tourist routes.and railway information. 3o-.popMla'r hata the jiatopMeta.nn soil" drifting and winter rye proved that the copies printed under the direction of the kethbridge BoardI.of Trade, have all heeu used. t. H. Mtnioeh, president of the board, announced this morning that a further supply has been ordered and will bo ready for distribution immediately. The. soil drifting problem was. dealt with-b'y C.'.S. Professor .Murray wrote about the winter rye. FIGHT SPECULATION JIOSCOW, July privnte en- terprises purely co-operative basis-.have been closed as-the first stop', by Moscow nutborl- a vigorous Sght against specu- Ifttlon.''.-Traffic in-cosmetics and et artidea will'fc? natloaallied. Shop- keepers, including pfopvietprs of res- taurants, hive notice that their .shopB.are subiect to closure BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings for the week ending today were as agalrist for the corres- ponding period a year. ago. MUTTON PERKINS SHOEMAKERS the one place where you can get your "shoes fixed just right. Orders called for and delivered. 418A FIFTH PHONE 6SiV 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre DELICIOUS Nothing but tho best Ices, crushed fruits and syrups uaod. Kirkby's refreslimcnts are dif- ferent and our service coats no mor> than !no ordinary sen-ice. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South Fancy California' Ib. packages r 75c Gooaohemes per baeket 15c Spanish Plmenloes per lip 25S Canned lieete tin Foster-Clark's Custard Poirder. 15c and 4Oc Pack Pumpkin, per tin 25c Genuine French Sardines; in PUTO olive oil, 2 tins 65c Van Houlen'g.Cocoa; per tin 45c Florida Crape Fruit bottle 3So Pearl Hominy, rer pkg. 20e Crosse t Dlackwull Orange MarutBJado, per bottle Brooms, extra'heavy straw, s TiOtiiiouc ami icatn lade, per jar............ Wonder Shine, regular 25c; on sale, each -Marmalade, JIalktn's Best, per pail Canadian Boiled' Dinner, tin' 30c 2 Ihs. for......... 450 Bath Soap, 3 large cakos for 25c P.O. BOX PHONE 161S Income Tax .SPECIALISTS' Financial ANALYSTS 1. Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Paienon and Co. 5-6 Acadla'Buildlng 012 Third Avenue (South) Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to cat. The Yale NEW CAFE 212 FIF.TH STREET 8OUTH GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED DELICACIES FROM THE DAIRY Hero is healthful, sensible summer food. Pure, milk, palatable''-butter, and -appetizing ice cream. The maximum of food'Value Is coniained In.these foods. They supply tho tissues tho'nutritive elements the body are coolI and-.enjoynule for summer comforl. Don't an cxlrn tax on your digestive organs by eating body healing meats and other, heavy foods. We'll supply your daily needs if you say so. Just phono Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 HAIL INSURANCE United Grain Growers Securities, Ltd.; and Federal Insurance Co. Premium payable in CaiFi or by Note, R. V. GIBBONS, AGENT 173-0 WANTED GRAIN ELEVATOR AGENTS FIRM OPERATING LINE OF ELEVATORS IN PRAIRtE' PROVINCES IS DESIROUS OF GETTING IN TOUCH WITH A NUMBER OF GOOD ELEVATOR AGENTS- APPLY GIVIrVO FULL AND NAME OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYER TO BOX 15, ;