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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL wmu YOU ncracr IT THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD not HUUUTS PAGE or LOCAL NBWS MONPAY, JULY 12, 1920 LCTHWUDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Meeliag Called at Wiegarid's Bull Bros. Proposition of tha Lethbridge North- ern district, will be euesedbyf farmers of "that district Jt a meminf in Wttjjnd's barn, at Com Tuesday night 8 o'clock.; This'general meeting has beencalled a resuri of the ial meeting the board of trus- ef the district en Saturday at- temoon In LethbrMijt. It is expected the farmers will: Instruct ttelr trustees to to Edmctrtern tea deputation and iik- Prtmlir Stewart to consider a 'bond purchaee''and contract as one proposition. .Some time Prem- ier Stewart said he would not con- sioVr'soch a proposition without others.Itaving: an opportunity to .bid tin the bonds and the work. E. B. Bsrbo'ur, .representing Warren told the-trus- tees that If Premier -Stewart U'willing to consider such a proposition from his firm one, will be submitted.. The Rhyming Optimist (iy Ailne Mlcliselis.) Quite often plain words suit me Veil for all I want to Bay; with only simuto tales to tell, lYe plenty of material to tide mo throuca the day. As Ion; as things keep niorinc ou in tlitlr accus- tomed mode. I do aot need to call up- on additions to the lelicoa or aiy sisaal cods. But it la when 1 strike anas and things are on the vocabularies to lag; of Webster I never was feeble jink. For, the :oook ho wrote (which sonie consider great) tiero's not t glide 'word 1 cote that half the anjuiti can denote of iny at- Dieted slate..' For- when I hammer oh my ttiumb, afroax liaguace 1> ,my choice. On suci the ieiicoa is dumb. and .yet if I would not siiccnmbi I pceds must use my voice.'; And when I tread 'upon tack there's.roueh that must BaiU." Mae! I find --'a voefut lack ot: words to bring tp the attack in any book I've rfed. Yes, simplo words will not avail in.aB emergency, and this IB when I gladly -hail tho speech that's never known to fail, old .Profanity.'.; When 1 am' in an awful raeBS, a. wild and fearlul elate, from out the of my dureBE I send my sirtlins S O S in purest Bill- ingEgato. I would not want my litlle boy to hear my shocking spell; The preacher, too) It would annoy, for au! the terms that I employ would make your blood congeal. But that we need profanity I always shall inaJntain, for, lacking it, where; wbilld be when foozling at the tee. or when wo 'mles.a train? :_ Harry Nice, Imperial Prince, Explains Aims of Praisei Weaf funds aroayalUWe from tho Al- the Amateur Athletic! -Union" to'.-'send -Alberta, athletes to the I team" Such' vras'r information received this morning b'y Secretary Turcotte of the Gi P.IH. Me- Phertou, seereiiry-uf.--ltie- TurcpttoVhad lii commuti- officials in Greater followshfp'.lB the message Harry .Nice of prince of the.Dramatic Order Knights of Khorassan, brought .with him to spoke _ heldSunder the aus- pices of the; Omar Khayyoni Temple, No. 141. in {ho K. P. hall.that ovening. Mr. Nice IB enjoying his .first trip through, western. Canad a jind .the ,wcst; era" United 'and Is 'spreading the message of good fellowship where- ever he goes. That is-lea fundamen- First Meeting Held in Calgary -S. G. Porter is Elected a Councillor an endeavor provincial back- lal principle of the order, he repre- inE'givon to M't- llYeua to Montreal to take.part tn the for the -Olympic team. --Although', no funds .can be ob- tained from Uie provincial athletic body ,'itv'is understood that sufficient inphcy. bp.raised-in Letbbrltlge tp -his way to Moai- rcai 'A meeting of the L. A. A. A. Is.being.held tpdiy. The following letter will explain the regard to tho provincial i "I am in''re'coTpt of your telegram of July. 7 and -the delay iu answering has been caused through my oodekVor to'find If'.wo. could raiso any funds for' sending. Alborta athletes to the oast.': The Alberta, govornmpnt lias.al- lowed no fact, Ontario Is the only.proyltice in Canada that bas vot- ed mbriby toward 'sending a Canadian loath, Id Al- herta brajjcb, vhOBO only source of rovpuud Is .tho Balo of amatour. cards and Iho'.affiUatloa no funds'; in fact .1 pracllcally exhausted our bank account, thin week wben 1 was nicked -for tlio 1020 affillalton of tho Alberta "branch to llio Dominion body. "It-Is a very unfortunate slate of wo arc In the same box in Hdnionton'as you aro'iu Lethbridgc, liavo ECreral iirpniising men" hero whom I'Sm'surc would show up vrcll'm tho.trials hod they the oppor- tunity to go east. Billy nankin, a 12J- iraiinil boxer, went to Winnipeg at tho expense of the local CJ. W. V. A., only to nnd "that-the-wcatcrn boxing and wrestling trials' had beou cancelled without notice, and In a letter 1 ro- telvcd from him tbJa morning he'statcs that ho Is, going_ right on lo "I nm Indeed sorry that tho Albcrla branch Is unable to contribute to. wards Mcllvflna'a expenses, hut money Is just ns tight In tho northern part of tho province ns in the soutli.' is an auilliarjr to the One hundred and fire applicants membership have already been tiimlt- ici by the examining board of Ike University of Alberta for the Alberta Association of Professional Engineers. H IE expected this number will be more than doubled before the cud of the present year. 1 The flrtt pf Ihe which was Incorporated by an act of the last provincial legis- lature, was held in tho Board of trade rooms, Calgary, Saturday, July 10th. Bylaws were adopted and officers elected. -A strong set of officers and coun- cillors was elected consisting of the following: H. Peters, Commis- sioner of Irrigation and Chief Engin- eer, Reclamation Sen'Ice, Department of the Interior. B. Drum mood, Manager Mountain Park Coal Co., and Consulting Mining Engineer, Edmon- ton. G. '.Porter, Supt. Lelhbridge Section, C. P. It. Irrigation System, and president of the Leth- bridge notary Club. It. 3: Gibb, acting City Edmonton R A Brown, City Electrical Engineer, 'Cal- gary. R. B. Baiter, Engineer and Plant Supt., Alberta Government Tclti- phoncs, Edmonton. P. W. Hohsoii, Chief Provincial Boiler Inspector, Ed- monton. W. C. Gray, Chief Engineer, Power Plant, Jlediclne ,Hat X C" Pllcbcr, Professor of Mining Engin- eering. University of Alberta, Ednion ton. 0. E. S. Whltoside, Manager in- ternational Coal and Cole man and president-Canadian Mining Institute. At a meeting: of the council; fol- lowing'the general K L'S of .Civil Engineer University'- of- Alberta TNas ap- pointed, registrar and secretarv The.act to the AssocUtlon shallibe under the coBtrof'of.' the7 TlnivorBtty; of Alberta Only those "engineers who are admit- ted to the' association after their' qual- ifications ire passed upon by the.Uni- versity are entitled to use the title "Rcslstcreo Professional The act was pa's ted for the purpose of protecting the jtnbllc from tho prac- tice of unnualifled engineers. IJour branches of professional engineering are specified In the act: Civil, Mining, Electrical and Mechanical" Vancouver'Ornnd Army of Cnnada veterans have secured the Colonial for ihelr new cluh house. Pa and me bcsth Hatveibesane POST TbASTIES earn flakes) Knights of Pythias. Some people claim that .the order is the playground of pythian'ism. Ho ci- m it ted that It is to a certain extent but the alms of the' ordeV arc such that no unjust criticism can oltered. here Is a great deal: of. honest and clean-enjoyment to he-tathered from the ritual of the Tho chief aim of the to teach, man's humanity to man, he said. Saturday night's affair was moro in of a social tha'n lodge meeting.' Ladles were, made welcome and the theme discussed by Mr. Nico increased tho spirit'of comradeship amor.g those- present.' Mr. Nico arrived In Lethbrlge early Saturday morning and 'was entertain- ,cd during tho. day.. Ho .was a guest 'at the home of Connyhearo and in the afternoon he was taken around the rtty and Tlslteil with a nujSiher of fel- low members. While illaeusslng his. trip with reporter of The Herald, Mr. Nice said ho was greatly Impressed th'a west and the ono thing that.was Im- pressed on hln mind the utter, dis- regard of dlstanco. Everything Is dono on such a tremendous scale, ho said. He has changed his ideas concerning the west since he has heed able to'see it-for himself., British Columbia. Is joolclng fine. Some of the Pacific: slates will give large yields of grain. Talking politics, not 33 Imperial prince, hut as a pri- vate citizen, he expressed the opinion that tho Republicans .will win In the United States. He was a candidate in tho last election and ran in Maryland, losing by ono hundred and sixty-five votes. Seeing that that'state has not returned a republican for a good many years ho con aid era be made a fight. The imperial session for Is likely to be held In Portland, Ore., where Gus Meeset. imperial bashn ol the grand imperial palace, the next In lino for Mr. Nice's position, Is living. Fort Worth, Texas, wants It. Tho membership of tho order bas been growing by leaps and bounds. Mr, Nice pointed out with considerable pride. "Membership In Knights Pythias Is required .'for admission to the Do'xkles, but the affairs at the two bodies are conducted entirely sep arate. Since our last Imperial palaco mcetlne at Peorla. lU.j.la August, 1913, ws had a per fa membership and a 3DO per cent. In crease in financial strength. The .next tmiieriii pniace aes'aion win bo bold In Chattanooga, Teon., In August of next year, at which.ire expect 20 OM visitors. We hope (o orlnj! ths 1023 tesilon to the northwest, prob- able (o BIGAMY CHARGE DISMISSED. CALGARY, July charges of bigamy against Mr. and Van Tuyl, formerly of which were preferred at the instance of Joseph Pittman, were dismisaed. iti tlie local police court Saturday after' Noon after the evidence for the prose- cution was heard, without the evidence for the defence being put In. Col Sanders, who heard the case, on snm ming up, said that thcta'was.-rio evi- dence to sustain the charges. EXCURSION STEAMER.AQROUNO TOLEDO, 0., July passen- ger steamer of Ohio with SOO men, women ano children, Sunday ex- cursionists, Is agroiin.l in Maumee bay. Several tugs hare gone to the rescue. All passengers are re- v. Obituary Mary Coolin, age twelve yeirs, died on Sunday at the home of her parents, Jlr. and Mrs. J. V. St. S. Miss Ccolin two weeks underwent an opera- tion for appendicitis In Gait hospital. In.ber at the convent-school stood high in her studies and in music. Silas Coolin was bora In Calgary and was brought to Letb- brldsa eight years ago. Her remains will be forwarded la Calgary Tuesday for burial. Nothing For Two Years, This Year Will Pay For Ihe Land v v 4 -t UH. 8ARBPUR MAKES STATEMENT v In a statement Issued to the Her- ald on Saturday, E. B. Barbour said that he la IB no way connected with the Warren.'. Company. The of this firm are McPhail, president., ot Wlnnlptt; Jerry Portland, and Mr. Krane, of Eostoc, he said. Warren Brothers have uo Interest iu this flra'and as far as Mr. Bar- bour SAOWB tie Warren Constniction airer made an offer to the LeUibrUlce Northern Irrlgalioa trustees for beads or work. IT, L Want to Join the Movies? Every one with dreams or hopes of being a movie actor or actress will have a cbauce of knowing whether they "shoot dr not on Friday and Saturday of Ken. Bishop, manager of the Phoenix thea- tre. In conjunction with R. Msr- shall, of the Motion' Pictures Canada Limited, of Is promoting a picture of local actors to be cllliens., .The title of the. picture wlir "Romance of Lethbrldge" and shown la the Phoenix theatre Trill tafce In the neighborhood ot out-bait an hour to rnn thronch. There is a btory to run through the film, jur.t what the story Is Mr. Bishop today la not [n posltloa to dlrulce. Anyone desiring to take part In tha' preparation of the picture will be> made welcome by Mr. Bishop, who has Usued a general invitation, for Midi, people to visit him. Broad smiles tro featured on the faces of the-Mcnnonite colony on the Tracht farm, cast of Wilson Siding, ras purchased not vei'y long ago. Tho rain which Just came, cou- pled with, the, June rains whieh fell local'y In this particular district, has inade the crop' prospects of this com- munity there highl) encouraging. ,The eleven hundred acres, of the nineteen hundred acres purchased, Walch are in crop show the wheat heading out and standing nearly two feet high. Ihe chief of the ulau eays that'his neighbors tell him that the crop'hag all the possibility of yielding forty bushels' to the 'acre. It this Is so, and the condition ot the crop looks uncommonly like it, he added. It Tflll pay the purchase price of the land in. Gpitp of the fact that during the last two seasons not a grain was raised. The head of the Mennonite colony, referring to the--experiences, of the Meanonltes for the past fifty years In' South that all they look- ed to there was from five to twelve the acre, according lo.thb ylejdsvthey had been. In the nab'fy'ot getting. They had nor seen a forty bushel cropland. If antici- pation panned out, be, the most wonderful country lie had ever heard till of M U. S; fisheries Department io Supply fry, Cardston B. of Plant Them Two million ralnboir trout fry will be placed Lakes and the bead.waters of the Belly River by the United States government. The board of Trade of .Cardston is-co-ope rating in Ibis work and onts'shlpment is on the :jrayV from Babb, Montana, to tho Watertoa Lakes. Tha fry being supplied by tnfl United States government and the Cardston .Bosrd of Trado Is hauling it from Bibb to the lakes. This, of course, necessitates some expenditure and to coyer this a circular has been sent to a'nuaibcr of boards of trade In 'including Leth- bridge, asking for financial assistance. The board has signified Its t subscribing fifteen dollars, thes for. SENATOR DENNIS 18 BEAD July dispatch the death of Senator William Dennli In that city late A sign on the window, "Sugar cents a packed a store with eager customers. chievous-boy had rubbed figure 2 before the S. P.O, BOX 140 Be suspicious of any tenderness or bJeeding of the gums. This usuafly the first stage of Eidioii3 disease of the gums that de- stroys the teeth and undermines bodily health. Gradually tie gums become spoofy. They inflame, then f hrink, tnusei- posing Ihe uncnatnekd, .tooth-bass to the ravages of decay. Tiny open- ing in the gums form gateways foe disease germs to enter the system. Medical science has traced many ills- to these infecting germs in the turns weakened by Pyorrhca. They are now known to ba a fre- quent cause of anaemia, rheumatism and other serious con- ditions. So watch carefully for that first tenderness or Weeding of the gurts. Try Forhan's immediately. It tivcly prevents Pycrrhea Dis- ease) if used in lime and used con- sistenlly, And in preventing it gxiarda against other ills. Fothan's (For the Gums) deans teeth scientifically as well. Brush your teeth with it. It keeps the Utth white and dean. If pun-shrinkage lias already set in start using Forhan's ind consult dentist immediately for special _35c aad f.0c tubes in Canada jnd' If. S. If your diuitjtst cannot suppfv you, send price to us direct and we will mail tube postpaid. FORMATS, LTD., Mmlrul SHOEMAKERS The ono place whore you can get' your shoes fixed jttat right. called for and delivered, 41SA FIFTH STREET PHONE CC3 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre Northern Navigation Sailings Three sailings'.-weekly from Duluth-aiid Port Arthur for "Soo." 3arn- ia, Detroit "N'oronlc" and leaving Duluth, Sundays, Tues- days and rrldaya. Leav- ing Port Arthur, days, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Ask your local ticket agent, or R CRAWFORD, 314 Main Street, Winnipeg. The purity and exceMonco of the materials used'in our bakfe- shop, together with the expert workmanEhlp employed, pro- duces pastry unequalled from Whnipej to the Coast GIVE TH% FAMILY A TREAT A DOZEN HOME TONIQHT. KIRKBYS 606 Third Avenue PHONE Income Tax .SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Pttertoa and Co. 5-5 Acadia Building 612 Third Avenue (South) FOR THE YOU DON'T HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO GET FRESH PURE MILK We deliver milk fresh from our own dairy herd, in Urns for' brcaltfasL PHONE 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North Lethbrldge Dairy Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular place to .eat. The Yale CAP.K 111 FIPJK SOUTH Commence the ffrtt of the baklnt by ROYAL SHIELD BAKING'. POWDER, SPICES, ETC.; high brand ef pure packtd and guaranteed by Campbsll, Wilton and HOrne. Ko. 1; blend ef Bulk Coffee Is the finest procur able and la gilning favor 'rapid Iy with our must particular cui- tomers; packed and 'olendtd for oursefves; whole ground or pul- per Ib ....75c Royal Shield Baking Powder 12