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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TOT LOCAL WHKRK yOU EXPBCT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF live LOCAL NEWS LETHPRIDCiE. PAGE SEVEN ill may be-that the cltltcus ot I.etli- bridge are not'alive to-'l'he'fact that in': the Columbia. {Macaroni factory tliere is in the city not only very in- teresting manufacturing concern but oho.which Is very'Afntlrumental in ing the name ofkethbridge oil the ip, which, in the''extent, nafJre'ancl diversity of tiio busmeb it cannot help doing. From Port A.rlhur to Victoria und is- com- product of the stores, tlie ground covered Min-aronl Company bbariiig the nainc eiicioseo- it. far'.'jas" roil, the protluci Hiios its way, and. The Rhymihg Optimist (By Aline Mletwelii.) .Those are the daysvwhen I rejoice la' that 1 have a I'm glad my lungs were fashloiu.tl extra stoui, because I need tbciu both to piaifc th-i way favorite jntcher plays, anil also whea I Daw! the umpire put. Amusements are. uot la my ai other spcvU I do not shfne, andgolf tennis thrills me not at, all; but hero's the game that (spol. I'm glad to ceej it getting hot because 'brings .us- backr-base- Mil." Although H goes to ninety.ttnree, I'tcKidle .What It shout; four hours at bail the aijd .wildly houfiht 11 at a but now .cents I. bany ,--ft matlly oh the seat; I wring it oft as I to come to life once more, I .sometimes- stamp It under- neath i Wife says itila ex- travaganco upon Panama: .to .daiico; tut site can never know-my thrJll of Joy. when a pet player steals 'a resounds through ifartheresi space, till Martians .think 'old. Earth has .sahi .This sphere can never pall; as long as there's a game of ball I feel I ani living In-the siin; as long ley can.-put.'em Klratght across can little plate, as I run. Im t throat is Ilnecl with brass am in'-.the deep -bass class, I'm laiitl .1'. '-A that lungs oi -possess ottlie Hbralrt io t lie. matron I oslab- for thatX the sort ol stuff lishmenL thfs inbniliig found 1 .thing at firm to the slitpment br-its first consignment to England of a con-; for, boxes of en-. into as'a fresh export In addi-. tfq foil to already existing orders fpr K- V Process" of niauufac- tuj'e of Hie liiglily in- occupation with Lhe'dett way tUe product' was1 hanOled way from the ujixcrrto. the fiifjshing roum.; it.is'Vetitly for the nta'rket, ThD; the wliOe.ils ents are kucadeth l-.'roin theru it passes iiilo--machines which hriiis" it out11 familiar long macaroni skeins, rapport round eyiihtlrlcal separated, and so goiJig into the drying rooms: of wlticlr tharfe nrc six, with the necessary humidity and temperature.-' -A visit to these rouins showed no less than twenty-four kimls of macaroni, ivilh. its7- variations' oE tho pnl ray langungf I address. New High School Needed, But Temporary. Arrangements Needed in'Meantime. Lack ot accommodation in the High Schools and the. Public Schools Is a problem the solution of which faces .he School Board. Chairman Johusou of the Board stated to the Herald that every room in the High School and Uie-Public Schools is tullr As-a tentative tho difficulty en- deavors will bt: jtaie.it possible to 3nd rooms for n the. High tlie build-' iug, so as to allow for another room Io .bei-used .for regular class work. a temporary Is converting the auditorium Into class' rooms. But ill all events in the Immediate future the situation in regard to accommodation [s bound to, be'a pressing' one, and oua. which 'will have to bo met soon- er or later. i Approves Dual Appointment The-Herald would here iike to cor- rect ony-lmprcssion that Mr. Johnson did'not favor the-Idea" ot anValganial- ing the positions of Superintendent and. Principal of the.High School. He did not express any at the time'Truslee Davidson raised the question in that thc Board vis fanil- Kar with his mind on the {patter. The dual position appealed to Mr. John- son from the start, and the views he held in the Tnatter, were strengthened in that they had the, approval of tho Minister of Education whom he caw in Calgary when; other trus tees, he attended there last week. it was Medical Health Officer's Report No Binder Situation Exists But It-May Come About Later. There.is no binder twine.situation. the farmers will not need any. this, fall as" they have been exceedingly. lii giving tlie dealers any .idea' about what.will be required. The Lethbridse i not lirec jl thc present time ind if-.thc wait until the.last mln- Hie and expect to get suppl> gn i nimuto b notice the) aro likel> to be C" nV Local Macaroni A featurolot made nm.aro.il is, thai it la p aclicalh the when there.has only concern engatc 1 in ils manufiv, indication of a cwp in this ture n-which the niciroin Is natnr I district the have given the j Ij dried all the roind just as jt is in ltjl> the Loin" o' iho macaroni PASTURED BYE TILL JUNE .1, HAVE CROP After using a firAd of fall rye as pasture until Juae the C. P. R. agent, at Mazepna has p- crop of fill rye staadiug four feet ten inches high. A sample ff uf.this baa been received !t C. D. MacKiutosh, 5'jpcriu- tendont of the southern Alber- ta'division the C. P. it. and aging. 'of, Water TTests. v" report of the Acting-Med- ea! Officer of health. Dr. Lafferty. shows, that there were the following cases of infections und contagious dis- the'mouth: Scarlet' Fever-'9, Tuberculosis 1. Chicken Pox 1, Diphtheria 1, Typhoid 1, Deaths .Chronic Myocarditis. I Senility, 1 Inanition, 1 Cerebral 1 Acute Peritonitis. 1 Intestinal Indigestion, 1 Indigestion, 1 Apoplexy, 1 Stroke, 1 Ernpr- eraa, 1 Cancer of Aesopiiagns, 1 Acute Pueumohfa, 1 -Patent Foramen Ovnle. Tests of Milk 1 nutter fat Bulterwlck. 3.S Crystal Dairy 3.5 Chief Moutain 3.4 reek. Ke-telt at .thai i H Iteferriug to of Mn. considered that jl out 'situation tiii jtethbridge; in lhaf 'the7 inotish not directly responsible to the Kchool, would DE able' fo; offer his by: the Superintendent or Supervisor, ac'cord- tho desire of the Deparfment, bE Education in the proposed arrange- ment. Mr. Johnson is well'satisfied that in the of Jlr. Tiodgs9u the'rtiial duties Ine appointment will" be efficiently worked out, and he looks for a bright' future for the schools. The iilea- of- tile dual'- appointment, said.Mr. Johnson: also endorsed Mr George brnith Inspector of Schools In u comersiillon he had with him1 In re ird to thc matter Results of Tettt of Milk for Sediment Orade liClean. Grade Crystal Dairy, 1; Chief Mountain 1; Buttenvick, 2. City Waler In the .tests of Uie city water there was no indication of the colon hactri- um or typhoid germ. The highest couat ,of other bacteria was 19 and the lowest 1 wfth an average of 6.1. jactation Hospital Patients ddmitted during June. Scarlet Patients discHarged. during June remaining June 30, Scar- let :.'.J................, Number o[ hoapilal days 29 U. S. CROP REPORT dealers a chance bv lending in estl July nntcs OT their requirements hut thii crease of S 000 000 hushelb in .This is.made possiblej1 by the particular climatic condl'Iori1! iu lalvhrldge In ilfothcr plants In thc lAc! tile Uonlilion drMiii has U b" r to fo as an ar ibctaj pru e s Phu ilue of careful the manufacture of: macaroni cannot-ho-over-estimated tllov lot being so consnleratt in that the iiet er the drjlng tie more "ood supply at the head of ...hut when .all. of .the west holler hinder twine at once loina. point Is likely to.ie left. present remain at what the continue in t Hue In lhat lie is i1ol-ri yi r- e in thu s'npo of Tho I.cthbr u0u nn 4r ji anrl with two otlic s the products of lartej Loncerus in the Loninioti nd tho Stales by an imlppenuen exreH ft his own satisfaction that- the j Tiioilnl of prb'ein and the least niiiiiiiiit-ol moisturewas.-.found ia-tho Lothbridge -Best, Quality Wheat iThe highest Quality of wheat with the maximum which sub- stance adds to the nutri- live qualities of flour and gives, ten-f nelly to its paste, is used by. the local I macaroni factory whole industry is a home one in thai thcl firm has its-own factory for turning I ont tho hoses in which the macaroni i is packed To keep up wi h the de mands on It the macironi factory his, two shifts of of eight holts' The whole establishment is fea tured by fresh and'( ventilati6n and not thc least iulercs ing part o[ T, it are tho drjinA rooms tfto macaroni witb ils ncli cream shade going through the very Important they, were In :The five hun- Ors, 1 ind hundred fifiy foot balls arc Celling at twenty and twenty rc-i t ruin United State; crop as compared with last mouth, with a total forecast of bushels, -a prospective corn crop larger larger crops.of oats, barley, white po- tatoes) tobacco, flax and rice'than were grown a year'ago, were the features Jit the government's July crop report If sued today by the United States de- partment''of a'grlcultufe. Free Press Boys Will: Meet Jun- ior Bunkers, See City and- Go for Swim, .Tim junior Bankers will play the newBpape'r delivery boys of the Mani- toba Free Press a baseball Kamc.Sat- urday afternoon lit Kcfcrtorm Hark. The boys from the cast'.are louring cities as llio guests of (he Manitoba Kfee Press and will spend a (lay In I.elhbriogo and arrangements are belnc made for. their me'nt. The game at Kckstorm will start at three o'clock there will not ba an admission charge made. The sboys from anxious lo_have a game and according ttf'a {clffgram received they itro'prepnrjid; to nliMip real battle. Curing tho morning tlio ba taken around the city for a'nfpto'r tdrive arnl will bo offered oil oppo'r- lurlty to.have n in'tho tank, or Henderson'Lake. The New Brand of Ice Cream Chief Mountain Ice Cream Made from Pure Products by Modern Equipment under tary on the market. Our New Plant is completed and the New Equipment Installed. Our tco Cream is already popular. Several customers and people in charge of parties have taken the trouble to call us up and tell us that It la good.. Is An Ideal Summer Food pur Ice Cream.fs pure, cool and refreshing and satlifylng in1, flavor. It Is sanitarily prepared from the richest cream and pure flavorings, it's taste Is so surpassingly good that no food quite takes Its piste as a summer dessert or refreshment. WE ARE NOW READY TO TOWN PARLORS AND DELIVER TO..ANY PART OF THE OR BULK Phone 1929 VW'p.iliall ho gtad to show you through our new plant. .In a Millville, X. J., family, the mo- :her and daughter-hecame hridcs and :he son a bridegroom oa the same lav Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. MUTTON PERKINS SHOEMAKERS. Toe one yon can your shoes fixed just right. Ordeis cilleii for'ani-delivered. 418A FIFTHS STREET PHONE] 6S3 i 3 Ooora'South Colonial Theatre Hear the Wijlis First Will Look No "CANADA'S BEST" Sales of Willis'Pianos are in- creasing at a rapid rate. Tbesa Instruments occupy an enviable po.sitlon in the musical world to- day, investigate them. Solti on To Suit. Willis Pianos I LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDOE YOU DONT HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO GET FRESH PURE MILK We deliver milk fresh from our own dairy herd, In time for breakfast, PHONE i 142 A. J. Buttenrkk Son North LethhrligB1 Dairy Besides Official Delegates Will Be; IJig Party to Boost for Irrigation at Congress. Special Meeting of Board Satur- day of District Invited. Another bond proposal has been received by members of Ihe board of trustees of the" l.elhbriclge Northern Irrigation District. To discus; bond' matters a special meeting of the board has been called for Saturday af tern don': An-' nouncement cor.ccrnlug. thc spe- cial meeting made this morn- lug. No details concerning the bond offer have been received in the of- fices of the district, according to the and Lever, it Is said, have been Instrumental in getting the-spe- cial meeting called and an invi- tation has been issued to those iu t bo-district to attend who deslra to do so. It is considered likely thai Mr. Harbour, of C.Jgary, will be pres- ent at the meeting. Whether or not he has made a new offer !or the bond.- of Ihe 'district not Jvucmu, but will recehelhe serious conWera f lion of.all members of of In kets and their latl- of ports" about the mar accept irrigation any offer vthat may be madQ to the board of tru tceb Lbrtdinlv bo care fully considered. SAGE .NEW MATRON OF THE i CHILDREN'S.'SHEtTER Medicinu Hat citizens are taking an active interest iu the convenUOB ofi the Western Canada Irrigation atlon to be'betd in Lethbrldgo from July 2S to SO: M a recent, meeting of the board of trade of Medicine Hat a committee was appointed to ho official delegates to the and to ar- range .f or a good rep'rcseutatioD_ from that city: Messrs. Jlctane, Oliver, Iluckvaio. Clow, and the secretary of the hoard were appointed as a committee to draw up a resolution to be presented at the convention.- POLES READY WARSAW, July foreign' of- fice today anuo.unced that the Polish government had _forwarded a n'ole to. the conference in Spaj declaring that Poland is now just as: before and al: ways ready and willing to make a peace "based .on. the principle ot self- determination of nations. .Miss Ina Sage has been" ap- pointe.d matron, of the Cbnd- reh's Shelter in succession to Jliss rcsigneil, anil will assume her new duties In a very short time. The ma- tron is a graduate nurse; and at the present time is on the stall at the Jliinlf hospital, She is the daughter of' Mr. and Mrs; Hobert Sago of the city. Obituary NORTH playing with, ho- girl friends on Wednesday; .Mncii.1 Xortham, aged 7. suffered an attack o appendicitis and.died in tal on Thursday. .She was rushed t the hospital from where she collapse on the street, and underwent an bpc atton. She is a daughter of Mr. an Mrs., Xorthnm. of 1S14 4lh Avc. M Curtis conduct funci i services. KIRKBY'S ICE dREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS N'otliing but thc' best icca, crushed fruits and syrupa usetJ. refreshmcnta aro dif- ferent and our service costs no mere than the ordinary service. KIRKBYS 606 Third Avenue South IN THE llMELICHT PERI floral Grapft Fruit, 2 for..........25c Oranges, per and 75c Sparkling Apple per bottle 20c HEAD LETTUCE, HOT HOUSE TOMiATOE'S. PEACHES, APRICOTS, NEW APPLES, PLUMS AND CHERRIES AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Boiled Okanagan Applelog per bottle :30c Braid's Best Coffee.......76c Nabob Tea, per-pound. Sliced Pineapple, per tin Tcffer's Fancy Biscuits; prices 50c, 65c, 70c Electric Silcomb, per tin ..15c Fry's Concentrated Cocoa per tin 30c Chocolatta, per tin .25c Pancake-Flour, per pkg. ...20c Two-minute Breakfast f'ood per pkg 20c Krumb'es, 2 pkgs 25c Vienna Sausage, per tin 2Sc, 43c P.O. PHONS 1 Income SPECIALISTS, Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Paterjon and Co. 5-6 Acadla Bujlding 612 Third Avenue (South) GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED DELICACIES FROM DAIRY Here- is summer rood Pure milk apiiebzing cream The maxiiuuni in iheso roods Thcv supply th< (issues vrlth clcmenla the body requires ana arc 'for slimmer comfort Don't put an extra, tax uii .your. digcsUvc organs eating botly healing in'eala aniKothcr heavy foods We'll supply your daily needs if you say so.. Just phone Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 _ Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to eat. The Yale C1I THE riEW CAFE FIFTH SOUTH BRIGKSJ WE ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO MAKE IMMEDIATE .SHIP- ;OF NUMBER ONE COMMON BUILDING BRICK. ''THE. OOALITY IS THE'FINEST EVER PRODUCED IN WRhTE FOR SAMPLES AND PRIOE3 LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO., LTD. 419 SECOND AVENUE'S, PHONE 1412 PHONE 1412 KNIGHTS of PYTHIASand DOKIES ATTENTION! Remember the PYtHIAN FESTIVAL In our Castle Hull SATURDAY, JULY 10TH AT 9 P.M. in Iinnor" of Ihti visit io oii'r cfty. of our Imperial Prince, HARRY NICE, of !3allimpre, StSfylfuict. J There bo NO'CEREMoMALl At Uio ot tlie Imperial I'rlncc this .13 to lie .iiu.ouen hiccliiiR tnr tho good of I'ylhlanisrii. Bring your cr'J'qur v.'jfc; It will an initplrntioii to them and to you. Chairman of the Dr, C, F, P. LET'S GO AND GO BIG ;