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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL! TU LOCAL mnrc WHCU TOO IT THE LETHBRI0GE DAILY HERALD THB HIKALPS PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, JULY LETHPR1DGE, PAGESEViiS HottvAj-thur Meighen Canada's New .Premier A Pen One Who Knows Him Intimately der. Mrs. Zettle grows her own seed for gow' quantity of her garden trucX and last year made a good piece of flora U, A couple of big bad onions left over this spring netted somewhere In the neighborhood Di ttlonuUe b Going'to California Instead- Buritat and Hatttid hava tred connections California will aoaln pin faith hta magic. Word P" .Itsued from Burdett last nljht that Rainmaker Hat- field will go t> California In pre- ference' to't'aklng money from the farmers around. Burdett. Farmers- in tht area were to with the rainmaker rat withstanding the rains of the past two .v.eeke; The change in plans has been cauted by Mr Hatfield, Mho says he was negotiating with California-farmers at .the same time and preferred to goisouth In- stead of his, rr.aglc In for- mer drwith-strlqkeii southern berta Te IntlniiU fritni, ,ln the city, of tht Can- i the Herald 'Is imltbtcd for the following cnarKUrlttlc picture of Arthur OUQS, at Uut, did Mr apse iato or rreachlng. A oung aten in his hotrio own called him to a Sun a> addrcH Melcben n> then an in pariiamwit, and till a yowu For a sermon to ounx men Us text alone be and he nas not long in hoosinc it So far'as his own efforts brought tuccess, Meighen knew but ne great That, secret he im jarted Ma the one short o' his ext. no doubt forcefully preached and Ills text was M GREAT Palmer and mons Surprise Big Crowds By Dare-DeuI Air Work Thousands of Lothbridge clllie lined Fifth Street and nearby avenuea last night and vsitne-ssed stunts per formed b> Palmer Ijpthbridge's airmen, that provefl con cluslvely that this city possesses air men of tho highest cajibre, mer ard the imbllc ander the auspices ot Lenr Brown, manager of the Col- onial Theatre, has not been surpassed bv anv aviators in western Canada Ltm Drcwn 's tnpklearja a ipeotatular picture at the Colonial and ho admits this .morning that Pal mcr and FHzsImmons equalled anj thing Fliown in his picture, While the local aces going through their stuiils the crowds held their breath and business .'on -Fifth street t irae to a standstill Tho street cars sloiipod running Standing erect on a wing of his plane Fitzsimmon-i startled the crowd as, the plane sped, at a high rale ot speed over their heads Tflc daring aviator Old' not content himself with this stunt but showed tho crowd that manV things can be done on a speeding 'piano and that ablation ia making liugo slrldo'i evcrj da> Ho, crawled .around the wings and machine.' and got into almost every conceivable position, nil tho time guiding the machine with a sure hand good one considers the rush of wind b> tho' maUiine nnd wind that blowing at seven o'clock last night, Then these stunts were being 1 aptl> illustrated His text was he rorxed. Work.' A Plodder Meighen -w'as In .his of south nid dbscurity a'plodder: rather than i mixer, V student, not a sport. In he routine of, bis practice as a law vcr ho knew no holidays [t he soughl change, it was merely a change o ocatioh. His; he-always took with him. Once at Toronto after his Irst sesslon'in serjous- i> undertook for a week simply to tlslt and rest 'iftcr the firs.t however, lie found congenial pastime In the office ot his host where he pleasantry spent twelve hours i day helping audit hooks and reorganite a ncsp Such davs as the first of Julj alwajs welcome In his office The) opportunity for ten or twehe hours oTsolitarj work In the way of catching up Other days were always too crowded to permit atteo. tion to much more than urgent problems. Not a Trlftef Mr vtas never behind with his work His onl} concern was that ho couldnt do enough Though he did not dwell on trifles, he never shirked details To check over and add up an account v as not beneath his dignity as 'boss" If it was the work of a minute he it a minute, anil next minute tackled sometmng else, perhaps a case In Court There were no dull intermissions iu his da> s nrogram. Never Perturbed Latterly he has taken to Shapeapeare, of those works he always carries a In his p'o-ket while'on trips. His resourceful and logical brain crav- ed, for wealth oi expression and clear- ness of style. A Satirist The Hew Premier has in good meaq- ure the caving grace o! humor. HlB wit is that ot the satirist. Conceit or affectation in other? give him keen amusement, hence lie .voids these characteristics himself. Hence he Is truly popular. spender or a sport, not gifted with gall' or cab' hi has made his way n.uIcily, but surely into the affejc tions of all who know him.- Ho i: a man preeminently sincere, one who always practiced what he" preached. SID JACKSON -OPEN ING DRUG STORE IN SINNOTT BLOCK, FIFTH ST. S. ackson, who for some years conducted .a drag store in the same to the Red Cross Dru( Is opening up ?galn In the "old He has taken the store atitM eorner'ot'Fourlh Avenue and Filth street, and here will open a drag Store, whlci. will be purely for thai business wUhout accessories. The whole store Is being remodelled with many, Improvements added An ad dlliijcal entrance will be Atanae made on LEVEL OF FARM PRICES DECLINES fN STATES WASHINGTON, July The level of prices farm.- ers for principal crops.ilecreas- ed 1.7 per. cent, during June, said' a report Issued' today, by MNTYBDOF: CAHLEKILLED the- department of agricultural' At Hyssop Farm Enoday NijW Zettle Raises Strawberries, Pumpkins, Etc, and Shows What Can Be Done WIN FOR'SHAMROCK IV. WOULD BE NO SURPRISE NEW Canad Jan the coming Inter- national rfces are creating In- terlEe interest is the time for the Initial contest b'etween the Shamrock IV'ah'd the Resolute approaches. Sew York newspapers, while slightly fav- i uring the.defender to retain the 'cup on acconnt of thqj repeated successes pf the defending nation, are skeptical abont regarding tho Usue as all but ontfn- I; hut Leaders Ur Fight Here Urging Farmers to Redouble Their Efforts. Investigations conducted by the pro- vincial hopper staff In Lethbrtdge show that tnany toppers arc tullr de- veloped ah4- UTC full uio c! their wines in soiithern These hop- pers hit? tikerrto the'fields and the advanced ol' the grain aflorda them suflldent, protection so they Co not returnsOU> the headlands, road- sides and'olSr biding places at eight, i They have taken possession. In some fields of stand: grain.'. Other.hoppers are not as far advanced juiil these are still slick- ug to "the roadsides and headlands and can be more easily and cheaply dealt with, tut in the former cases It will be necessary for the farmers to poison.either'tKe entire field or do it On July 1, report.. added, Indax prices paid farmers '.w'aa 'still he aspired to be Premier Probably he but he never waetec much time merel) aspiring Meighen s thinking, absVracted tholgh it made him seem was alwajs practical Hi had few dreams were cot t onio true He was1 always solving i problem The clearness and the pur pose of his thinking found proof in the jne dccompiifthment that has nadc him famous, his powders of argu mcnt McTghen as Student On Ih" liw.suit that gave him his first distinction, a prolonged murder rial where the defence of nsanity, Meighen then Jns( thirty two years four years a law surprised all listeners by a quiet mastery, of. language and logic which really saved his clients life As a student Mr Meighen k never bought many books.but-he read 'not. a few. earlier years ho had-one great favorite, n: book whose style has no doubt been the model, of his own, Mrs. A.-H. Zettle has sar- den plot in southern Alberta, W. A. Farm Products, claims It is the best garden lie has ever seen in western Canada and is an example Of what irrigation can do. ,Mr. arid Mrs. Zettle live on tho old Camerou place, about ten miles from Leth- bridge. The garden is Mrs. Zettle's own. It is surrounded by a good growth .of rees and in It she has about .every-, hing a housewife desires for her table iv the-line of vegetables. Strawber- ies have grown and -Mrs. Zettle has put down about fifty, ('marts his 'summer and a good supply still Mr. Hamilton'knows-'lie: cause he enjoyed about a quart'-of hem Peas, beans and potatoes are doing splendidly and' umiash arid vegetable marrows cannot be beat, said Mr Hamilton the tomatoes arc forming nicelv and the vines are itrbng .and Is a-won- nes there is undercurrent ot sup- port for Shamrock among exnerts who have eeen both yachts perform bPPOSE'MENNONITES IN SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI JACKSON; Miss., July Dem- ocratic state executive committee to- day adopted a resolution opposing the proposed emigration of 8000 men- npnlte fanners from weslerr Canada to rsouthern A v DOUBLE HANGING lly Hail at Graiiuiu PRINCE ALBERT BOY DROWNS The thunderstorm of last Sunday night appears to have been pretty severe in certain localities, with dam- age done by the lightning. The bis crash ot thunder heard in the city made it clear that the lightning; was not very tar away. 11 appears to been in the locality of the Hsssof some eight miles from the city. _ PRINCE ALBERT. Sask Jaly 13 where the lightning struck and killed Jos Nelld, aged 13, son of J. H Nelld twent> head of chief clerk, in the Canadian. Northern railway freight department' was drowned yesterday vrhllo swimming In the Saskatchewan riven FORMER OWNER OF "E P' RANCH IS DEAD CALGARY, Jul> 13-Frank Beddmgtelii, from whom the Prince of Wales bought in Some patches In fields have [4. AlberU ranch, Is dead In Ens been found to.bV thicker.with hoppers ---j QUEBEC, July Nick _Debecka and George Morharl, two Roumanians, who murder- ed a compatriot Toter Koitln- 'ian, on Julj 1919, were banged in the jail here this 'morning The hangman was a Montreal colored man who vol- unteered to act as executioner, When the official hang- man, could not; act 4 4 than 'ottie'r'ai 'and in such cases Mr. Peter Tomklns'advises the farmers to poison the.e.ntlre patches instead of The vyay'Ts'still open for fana era to obtain all.the iwison they desire through-' the-jjgovernment office in Lcthbridge. The telephone number is 544. -'A car of molasses left Calgary last nighi for. Cethbridge and will be ready for distribution tomorrow mom ing. Mill operators report a plentifu supply of oran'and.there is stored ia LethbridgiTabout two aiid a half tons of- As the rains of the past two weeks have made a great difference in the crop the.south the officials are anxlons that fanner keep up the nght against the hoppers and do not lose one opportunity o cutting down 'Ihe chances for a big hopper year. SIKOKOTOKI CHAPTpB, 1- 0- P- Drive To Experimental Farm FRIDAY, JULY 16th TICKETS 2S CENTS Macaula) s History ot England MUTTON 4- PtRKINS SHOEMAKERS Tho oito place.wjiero you can- get your shoes fixed. Just rlghl. Orders called for.and delivereJ. 418A FIFTH PHONE 3 Doors South Cplonia) Theatre ICE CREAM AND STRAWBERRIES! SOLD ON THE OROUND, 25 CEN.T8 FREE DEMONSTRATION LECTURE SHORT COURSE Tlie inty and eicelericc of the imperials used in onr bate- shppl with 'the expert urorlunanfhip employed, ducea f pasty unequalled GIVE TriE FAWILY A TREAT DOZEN HOME TONIGHT. 606 Third ATtnue Soutb land Mi Beddlngfeld, 'with ft hiS wife, and his 'r mother went to J5ngland months ago with the intention of nuking his home then The familv settled In Alberta in the early eighties IN Farmers Meeting Tonight To Consider Offer of JJrothtrs 'Interest In the nioetlng 6l Uio mem linra of ,lhe tcVhljrldgo Northern Irri- gallon district''has rcScherl a litgli pilch nhd a large attendance oi tafli men 6ml women is expected at WI6 fjan's harn. Connncrcc, tonight. Ot- llclals of Ih6 dtslricl liavo spread the call by tolcphono to the meeting throughout tho district and reports re- CCived nlbmlng.'Indicate.that the farmers arc anxious to help trus- tees to choose the right path (n seek Ing money .to.Start, Ihe ditches; Tho object, of the meeting Is to dls- rasa to.n great extent, a proponlllon Biudo by E. U. Ilaroour, of Portinnd. YOU DQNT HAVE TO KEEP A GOW TO GET FRESH PURE MILK deliver milk froah from our own dairy herd, iu tlmo for PHONE 1142 A. J. Batterwick Son North bilry Home Nursing, First Aid.) Foods and Cookery WILL BE HELD IN TOE Y. M. C. A, JULY 14, 15, 16 AT P.M. UNDER AUSPICES OF WOMEN'S INSTITUTES j Martha Morklrt, R.-N., Instructor In Ing and First Aid, Provincial Schools of Agrloulture; and Miss Barbara MeBeatti, Instructor of Foods and Cookery, School .of Aarlculture, LADIES' Hair Dressing Parlors Ground Floor Hull St. S., over 7 years) FREE DEMONSTRATIONS Our Udx Hairdresser from the East has artived, and wll be pleased 16 VJemonstrate all new styles of head dfesses {or the next _ two weeks, For Appointments Phone 1710 MANICURING, TREATMENTS, SWITCHES MADE TO ORDER Income Tax Financial v.ANALYSTS Business ENQ'.NEERS Ritchie Paterson ami Co. 6-6 Acadla Building 613 Third Avenue (South) Good Food Moderalely priced makes this a popular place to. cat. The Yale THE riCW CI2 FIFTH tTRIET tOUTH Between four and five hours rate foil yesterday in neauyevers locality oi Southern Alberta, according to re-, portt. received thr morning Th The Nixon Bros., who have a crop or 1000 acre's, will have to cut wheat with a header owing to the shortness of the stems The) antici pata a yie'd in the neighborhood of 10 bushels to Ihe acre in spite of con dltions Ram In Coutls is battls needed Grape fruit 3 for 25c Oranges, per doz. 660 and We per Ib 10e IIapis Syrup, New Seasons per bottle We V) 10 Per tin and Cream of Mheat, per pkg 32o Corn Beef, per 47e each Holbrook's Vinegar, per hot. Qreau Peas, per Ib......... 16o Ohtrardclli's Sweet Ground Cho- colate i 46c Nesnah Jnnket Powder, pkt. 15c -Johnston's Floor Wai. tin 40c Vinegar and iSrown gar, per.bottie 2Sc Hlpe Olives, per tin 25e and 52c Jutland Sardines, per tin 15o Donlop, Fly Swaltere, each 12c Electro Silicon, per tin 15c Royal Shield Tea Has a fine appoar- 'ance, a rich and pre- dominating flavor of the; highest quality. a package willi your next ord- QA_ or. Per pound OvC Sliced Hawaiian Pineapple, per tin......... 23c Lawlon Bcrrita, Chili Con Camel per tin 20s New Celcrjvper 15c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY 6ROCERII, AND The Safest Summer Food Children It's one lood .lhat you know Is wholesome aud pnre and "H'j onp food thnt you don't uavo to.urge, them to eat. s CRYSTAL' ICE CREAM rl.erve It In thcMtome to'thq Whole family and'your guests.1 KncoiU'iSO the habit of-the. kiddies buying, it cone's. It's .cool, refresh nutritive and satisfyinz. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 EAT MORE ICE CREAM, TTS GOOD FOR YOU MOUNTAIN PURE PUA8TEURIZED MILK, CHIEF BUTTER a Iwttlc of nth, swetl to with We are Itr all of delislous hot weather of diet, and art prepared (o give our customers Iho last werdjn quality KICnfM IN BRICK OR SULK-any flavor, to part of the Coirt In Visit Plant, It Will k CHIEF MOUKTAIH CREAMERY LTD. Up ;