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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It ,1 JULY 15, 191U LETHBU1DGK. ALHGUTA. PAUL StiVKN prldo by the linn, lor it M a rilsllnct acyulillloa lo the city. facade iLul ihc slrool win lio Eurmouiiletl by tour (lag AUorielhtr, DU expense acid DO pains havo teen uparod lo make the Uaallm Motor Company's garage the pride bf PEOPLE THIR3TY tbe t'Uy and ttie pride of tho west. wllh every need and waul attended I lo and provided Tor. fianlim Motor. Co. Has Most -Modern Motor Parlors in South Alberta I Tho firesem liol weather v bus fceiu tho Lottibrldge Drew- v and Malting Co. parties-' v Jftrly busy. Tbe staff has hail lo be doubled lo pace whh urjtcs for temperance bat-. A v trartfc is donuViih ibis in o- to which a tjuau- lily h Imported. The palatial garage vt tlic Uaaliii) Company, ou 7th St. S ficljif (h? cltr 'hall. nigh neared Moving In (rom the okl j.'remJs'es of ibe'CLrxn started Mod ay. and ttfc.Earr.fo will be formally open- ed on Saturday." the The new garage a tlltdncUve place In Hie buildings o[ the city. It is a Btrucliiro vrhlcb may be said to hold n place In ttc vrcflt. In re-Hard to Was Ihe Charge Agninsl Coal- dale Karnwr IJut Mu Dismisses H tlui consideration with strong cases with His many iu the rily rcgrei lo heur or (he death in HiilingB, Mont., at Iho home of bis Brother, of Mimrico K. well knotsn music- ian of ILL1 clly. Di-atli utturrci The following Lave ottered ihtir gcrvicts for duty In connection wllh Kro'jnils during the sports prosrain of ihe iSth: Cpl. O. T. I-aihrop and party will be responsible for ponies wllh j fir) and boy riders under 34 years of j age. (Cpl. LaLlirop will bo debarred from riding In ibis race.) Cpl. If. -rairffoM will be re- sponsible for at least sli Shetland Conies for tbe quarter ralle dash, Cpl. t'. W. Karroo, of Mab'raih. will be respoasible for at least six entries in llic free for-aU half-mile da.sh. Bomb. Blllie Lanili will be iu I of Ihc steeplechase. BE ONE OF THOSE v AT CARMANGAY Can Tor tlio CariiirtDfiay ir- v riEHltou meeting will v Hie toard of (ride o'rlocX Wednesday afternoon, v Gel io toucb vilh Scureiary Rose i( you are making ilu- -I- trip. CarmaDgny and Dai ens are in doubt ?.boui i.'ie ad- vantages of IrrlgaiiuM, it is v very desirable lh.it you attend, v v v v ronslTUcllon, general appcarauce. H cannot hg Dually dialled In blr cities. Tho frontal appearance or iLe bulld- lug IB ImpoiJug. .Here there U a novel RrraDpernenl, with the policy of safely first. A car coming oat of HIP garage can be seen 'by anyijoo on the jsldovalk at a dUUoco of 20 test. The entrance out open lo iba piers In tbct front. On each jildo of tils eo trance tharo are tlio showrooms with a. plate glftsa fro til-age, this glass coYerlnE 72 Bach of llieao showrooms ta ItRhl r.nd wUh offlcta of, the firm at Ibo'cear the' one and open counter hi ihe other tor, Iho conTeoteiice oC tlie Tht-ro IB olno attftcJbcil n ludlua' rest room opening Into a dress- lug rooiu, ID the acceiearlfes room ihere ara CHUngs for Eio Tar.'oua motor parts, a stack lo the value or being carried" by. tbe Mm. moving theae parts, as required, to the workroom on the llrel floor ol' Ihc hulMins there IB a dumb irnlter bofsl. TliG Moor of tbc showrooms In of hard wood nllb metallic CD] ling a. Largest In the Weil Going through the main entrance, Ilieriy (a a e [jack) us hall far cars. Tlic floor spa.ee of garage run's to the extent, ol 18. 000 square feel and the largest of fits kind In the tyost of Canada. A ftne'i' constructed ratnp upper floor of the garage. Hero aL (.he reJT la a dust procl aparlmenl 01 fexLem-lve area. lor the storing of priTato ,'cara their owners, and Is specially fldspced Tor tic purpose. In front of, Ih'o filorago.room-la the repair room, which IB imlqde in lha li Is without .pillars or Along; Ilie front1' is' 'a trolley arTaugenien ;vMch niHS along the sldo of tlio hall Hero there are" lack 3 [or the oT cnrs; doing away the olJ arrangeraenl. iilU for Celling at tbe lower parts of cars The la in'a'rca bj U5 feet, and the storage area at thi rear. IE 70 feel feel. garage hus the. sum c it la Juatly regarded ivlt which he of laje been occupied. It was aomcllilnp o.r''a chanje for Mngla- V1 lut. liute Invln lo dual wllh plain Friday last and the remains were j Pte. Mayor L. Ilardie will be TfBter Ihftt runs Ihroush Ibe irrigation I Brought to -Burial took i responsible for ct Icasi i; Indians ditches. Ai the provincial police on Tuesday afternoon from the j and 12 the ladlcm frce-.'or- oourl lie had before him Ihe rase nl Latter Day Saints church io ike Pub-1 all. Zsaovl IMoDlousM, who, on Iho Infor- Uc Four brothers of tbe] Cadet .Malcolm YOUHB will att as ,alioa laid by Goo. flerg. was charged jccoased are here, John, Henry, Lewis j official tlnickeeiier follow llh dlrcrttns and carrying down two Anlhunv Dcteased.' who was 31: ihe races In his aeronUne. ikcrehy untU of -water from the irrigation i a llew E0vrni her husuauil all were galherpd near Stavely last-jo her on a Iriji lo Calgary, on the farms of Messrs, Mar-! us look Ihe ails in the LcUi hall, jMirnlck and FenLou by Ihe Irav-! brMge Herald. H i? nearer lo elllng correspondent of the Lelhtiridge i he remarked. Icrald. I "Those, nds look all 'riglit. In earnestly wjlb Ihe secrelap1 ofMry tlecirted Ihe wiie. he Slavely Doa'ril of Trade tlic cor-j ivent to Ltthhrldge, rospondcnl Tjsited several of the on her return liic new dress of tho district and a variety of crops hpURtit In LtthbrijRc was all lier lady friendfi in the town. Wllb a ivomsn'g curiosity and .de- sire 16 investigate bargains, someone protluced a calalogue of ;i Calgnty dc- pcrls critically tho dress from Lellibriflge ivllh IhoFC advertised .Jn the calalogiie of Calgary bargains. taken from all- these good fields .The-iuuiulmouB verdicl of the Jury excellence of quality and price ihe dress imr- cJiAEed in Lcthhrlilgo ivns the hesl bar.- came yourself, send the boys am] girls as tltere Is no charge forclilldrcii un- der sixteen and ihc lacrosse executive would like (o fee every bey cnj girt 1 lu tliu city at ibis game. A line-up of tlie players will he ad- verUsed in Wednesday's Herald. arc a hie to do 50. Your obi'dieuL servant. iSgtl.j P. U. PKTKRS. Commissioner of irrigation. The Hon. A. J. McLean. -Minister of Public Edmonton, AlUi, Mrs. Jean Ogilvlc tie June were observed, -while Ihe crop in some" ja-iea jraa BO poor that alack pasturing in Ihc grain "flclda. Yet j fields, probably sown ou Llirlfly Samples not .T_... fromg all. those EOQd fields but iiw. Ibe famines lakcn utrcfcTIed from tual for c lo 35 Inches end when Ibe'italkE were cheapness of they .were foimd 'quite examined moist: The fields of W. E- Feulon and 0. II. Joumlck are of a healthy color competition in the ladies' golf sec-lion, j playing 65-10 for a neL ol 55 for tbe ulnc holuB. The July competition will be played on the lasl Tuesday and Thursday of this month. Owing to so many ladles being out of the city. competitors will he allowed to chtwse their owu partners. For the men, Hie Fennefatner Peace prize will be the piece de resistance At the meeling of the cily council, a bylaw was nrorted to be placed bu- fore the voters as lo whether a water meter system Is to be installed in the elty. TJs n-lll be subject to ihe riitt- Saturday. 'The prize will Veconie IcaLlon of the diversion of uneipend- eil moneys for this purpose by the Board of Utilities. s The commissioners appointed them-, selves delegates for the Hty oi bridge at the convention of Ibe Crow's Xcst National Highways Assoclallou. tc be held hero on July 23rd. LEPER IN RESTAURANT Escaped :rrom ed In Restaurants'' in New York ihe properly "of the- ivinaer. II will be knockout, medal play, standing handicaps to' govern. Tho draw will bfc made fit Lhe'cluh house on-Satur- day morning. Second and llmd prizes have been donated by Mayor Ilardie. Shoemakers' and Shoe Repairers' of Lethbridoe Owing to the great advance in prices of materials, we be? to notify our patrons of revised price list as follows: MARINE STRIKE SPREADS Philadelphia gain. the nest society funclioil comes off In that town them Is apt with eren good'Inclt .will ytald esfcc-jic Itr: a stamncdo for Lclhbridgc bar- well lor Ihla dry ye.ir on a dry gn.ins. (arm. i _ _ 3. T. Marshall will hare a One crop .-husband lo the travelling cornsiiond- TliiB is a Irue slory relalcd by tlio cnt of tlic Lethhrtdge In ono of the trlhnlary Herald wns recently. of wheat Hla farm Is favor eft with a I well flowing SO bbls. an hour. A Diversified Farmer G. AnderEon of Siumybrook 'lias a fine 3-4 section farm 4 1-2 miles' east'of iitavcly wilh acres of crop and a.flne house aurt barn. Ho has 15 ncrea of clcgnhl fnll rye which will be ready lor harvest in'a'few "days, On' Mi IB attchttoir ia Io other, (hlrtRS besides.Ihe mere grov tnjj of grain, The of Irecr; pro- tectg' the currants, gooseberries anil Senator Hunlop strawberries from Jhc j s'cas tor four Uc wind, Tbe Illllc girl jiich-1 lliree years Francc Wn3 Gd while on nclivo service- Pic. BoLirno Arriveit OH Ihe same PHILADELPHIA, ,Pa., July Local h'ealtli autborjtics last, night said that Nicholas FdniartafclaE. n leper esifaucd' from a .poston Hospilal on May 21, TVES found ivorkins in a resUurdnt in this city, last Friday and was Isolated in tlie Philadelphia Hos- pital for disease on Sunday. Fohladakias said he came from Greece cigbt years ago." After escap- ing from Iloston, he said he worked in restaurant in Vamc lo this clly. -York, and later XEW YORK, July demands ot the sirlking inariiiH-workers at Ihla' and other Atlantic'ports.for union rec- ognitlon continued fo be the; principal stumbliag block iu ihe way oCscllleinent'oHhe walkout which late allernooa vessels operated by J the United States shipping hoard. Tte -t spread of the strike lo the Rovern-1 mcnt conlrolleil boats reeuUcd Irom j n refusal of shipping board officials to I grant the seamen's demands [or three j shifts pi eJglil hours each fit sea and preference lo union members. Further l efforts to end the strike wcri resumed today but union officials predicted that unless Ilie meri'g dcniande were met in full, there was Jittte chance of an agreement -v 52.25 2.25 1.65 1.85 1.45 1-25 E'' 2.50 1.50 1.25 GUNNEH ModDIE HOME ____ I Twentieth Battery Original Back j After Four Years In Service. i The afternoon train on Monday broiiglit in Gunner James Mcudte, son I of and Mrs. James Mooilirv' of North I.elhlirirtge. Runner Moodio HMK a nicmhcr bJ Ibe .lifllh sr.d has been over- injs berries. f In I ha of this (IIvcrsificfl nests arc test and aclccL Iho beal laying .birds'early Iho winter and prc-ycrit 1053 boArd- Ing unprofilablo iinii-laVora. f TJic present market price of hoxs is of Interest fo Mr. Anderson who has five brood sows anil 14 jitgs- tlo has some fine well bra 1, hrDcdinfi for a ale. (or the EI) head of Urni i sloclt Is inimpcrt hy an engine from rt 'well 12i3 feet ilccp. HorllcuKure and Art The. porch of, tho house .has liecn fitted up as ft conservatory and among Iho iiKints therein .were rioted loma- r loc vincf four feet lalj wllh good sized fnill already fnrmcrt, n crirnaon rainh- ler rose, a vine I'eacli, .muak melons anil Yes, to raiso nil of tUo50 (Iclicioiia frulta. IJcslilcs flll Jlcr( muHUurtlnus duMos as a homcmakor on tlic (arm wUli (he side IJnoa of horticulture-, aid poultry Andersoji flnrte lime lo con- tinue her hobby of nrt practiced when abc taught school. A large ami Inter- esting' llbrp.ry fs nlao [bund in .this farm home. Tho1 Anrfcrgon family arc enjoying life and tmvhiE oilier (lilngs lo Jiilerotl them (Jo nol A'orrjr RO ranch wbcn Ihc clouds roll by vllhout raining. llpwoTer. while there a short shower also favored Iho Farm nnfl it rained enough to waah the tlnst orT (ho alrHW'bnrrJos tlidugli not enough to-make rnuri, train. A large shipment ot Texas elockers pasacd North Portal on June 18. lo be ed on the grazing lands in (he northern portion of Iho, province uf Saskatchewan. DOUBLE THE VALUE OF YOUR SHOE MONEY. By lelllny us repair your ohl shoes Th'on ivorn. We will rebuild them, re-shape tliein and makfl them look lilcc now and ivcav like new. Save the cost of a new pair con-, liniie to wear that, cbiulort- pain O.K. REPAIR SHOP B17 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Men's Half Soles and Rubber Metis, from Men's Half Soles Leather Heels, sewn, from Men's Half Soles only, ECVJH, Mcn'e Half Soles and Rubber Heels, nailed, from............. Men's Half Soles and Leather Heels, railed, Men't Half Soles only, nailed, from Men's Rubber Heels, from.................--...--........--. Men's Leather Heels', from Men's Full Soles and sewn, Lidfes' Half and Rubber Heels, from............ Ladies' Half Soles snd Leather from Ladles'.Half Soles only, cewnf from LadFep' Half Soles and Rubber Heels, nailed, from Ladies' Half Soles and Leather. Heels, nailed, from Ladies' Half Soles only, fram ____ Ladles' Rubber Ladies' Leather Heels, from Boy Half Sales and Leather Heelo, sewn, 2 to 3, from....... Boys' Half Soles-and Leather Heels, sewnr 4 to 5, from Boys' Half Soles and Leather Hesls, nailed, 2 to 3, from Boys' Half .Soles Heels, nailed, -1 to 5, from'...... Youths7 Half Soles and Leather Heels, nailed, 7 to 10, from... Youths' Half Soles and Leather Heelt, nailed, 11 to 1, from... Girls' Half Soles snd Leather-Heels, 7 to 10, from Youths' Half 3oles and Leather Heelsr naMed, M ts J, from... patches from- New Heels Re-built, Tan Boots Dyed Toe Caps, per pair, from ,35 RothweU Knowlden (formerly F, Miles) 511 4lli Avenue South. N H. G. Kilner, (lZO-13th Street North. H. Langley, City Repair Shop, 408 2nd Avenue South. 0. K. Repair Shop, A. M. Rasmussen, 3rd Ave. South. Mike Cardmon, 212 13th Street South. Chris Hafl, 913 7th Street South. E. Si Pulley, Corner 6th Avenue and 10th St. Soulk .1.85 .90 '''I 1-50 17' 1.50 -75 .90 .75 .90 BRAZIL CELEBRATED FRENCH PEACE DAY IHO JAXKIHO, July Mill of July 11.13 cfiffhraieil li'-re as .1 holi- day Klmultiinooiisly VlSli Uie 1'rpnfh victory day rolebr.itibli.Mirazilinua on thin orcasion Jnliind yfitli ihc Krenrli In lliclr frstivlllei. All Southern Alberta Will Celebrate Veterans' Prograifi s MORNING Id.Oi) iinilcr Auepkc.i Association of City ol F.cihbrlrlec. PARADE. AFTERNOON Special MILITAHY SPORTS At Henderson Parfr'Fajr'Grounds. Lethbridge Rotary CARNIVAL i Prepare (or the Big Celebration by Attending ihe Moiisler Carnival at the Main Pavilion, Exhibition Grounds, on the evenings of JULY 17TH and 18TH and -winding up the Day Celebration on Sat.- urilajr Night, July DANCING-SPECUL MIDWAY ATTRACtlONS SPECIAL TRAIN .Leaving Cardslon (o (lie regular and turning alter closo of Carnival on JULY19TH BALL GAME CARpSTON VS. MAGRATH Eckrform Pirk At 6.15 p.m., Saturday July ;