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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL fWHKRE TOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDiSE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S F. LIVE THURSDAY; JULY 15, SECOND SECTION LETHmUDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline JjOcaJ .iioard of Control Busy Arranging For Big Gathering Arrangements to Lethbridge tor the convection ol tbo Western Canada Irrigation Association .are- being made Ay tho local'uoard ol control. At a jre.ceht meeting of-the board a number i. The WomeA'3-Civic Club of tho 1 long to wear a silken suit, a watch o( platinum, for costly things t always rool, r want a big, red car-to hoof. iRE'SWEFOR Board of Trade, Will take charge ol 1 .pine to make, things hum. And the p'lenlc supper 'bu Thursday night. am of eating fiash; I'm longing The other committees appointed are i'or_smaD quail i to make Finance. Commissioner Jleech, chair- man, and li. .W. Crawford, Transpor- I uwful and If 1 ouly bad the tation, Baalini, chairman a'ud .Messrs. King and Spooner; cash, I'd do it without fall. Then lots ol fellows say to me: "Try out .the Commissioner Freeman, ch-iirman, H Accoiu chairman, Enter. .aiiiiun and jprolnted aud thefl'cljBi- Lund and H for the Usltors entertainment moaatlon, Jab Rose, Mas -discussed I Ulntnent F Downci _ _ bo giien a pluilc Messrs 0 u bugou o u rune. fet tho Experimental larni and a 1-jlrfirid, Publitlli It J Dinning through Goaldnle on Thursda) tha rman aud H H Decoding, Ing JuU 29 The convention R J Dinning; thalrmap and on Juh >S aud a 111 conclude on thelSpooner and Harris 30th U ntfl Thl will be the fourteenth annual nude at ift.ellngs of the! coiHtiiUou of the association and Is comcntlon and al o at the hsperimen being held in the birth place ot IrrI credit .plan; however small your sal- ary, just buy you may and pay ..folks when you. Says oner "1 have a diamond ring that's uorth un awful lot, ft would look uiftj tal Karm. g'atlon in Canada: tls Mr. Ingram Exigencies of City's Financial Position Requires Tax one 'tverione ling his In 1 ethbrldge today 13 relatnel) my position. Tlie ilty passed no bylasv re poll The Alberta legislature made the 0. I "quite "agree "with you that It should be within the right .of- a man paying a certain amount'of: taxes, a tax or iironeri; tax, to uave a vote. I-lielievo that }10 should give a vote for commissioners; for instance, 1 not Tuo bones, or thereabout was this you Bee. .The -merchant good old 'scout .to pay him out by rilneteep.-iwenty-three. A lady 'wants a. diamondi phi; she puys a Quarter dqvyi-, and do her worries theii begin? her.heart is made of tin; she lets the. shon-maa frown, Yoangsterg f or Seines In "Rom' ance of Lethbridge" To Be t Chosen Tonight A prjctical start in, the big "stunt" in I ethlyldge his wife aud familv will all b" ou the on the motion picture screen at the Phoenix theatre will Friday, to the'caniera. under the direction of Mr W Marshall who is tii .the city Job of fixing and organizing the piclures will be he street Ece aud scenes in Gall djirdens wltu Ihe citizens of Lethbridge vrhom'the cam- LETHBRICXSE NORTHERN OFFICIALS WIL'C WAIT ON GOVT., EDMONTON erous and so prosperous as today and never so able to pay adequate salaries to the men who stand tor tho best ihlugs in life of tha We !eel thit present conditions are due Major Muckleetoa and Trus- tee Chew will so 'o Edmonton within days to to thoughtlessness and that it is im- possible- to help toward a more active appreciation of the vital part'played by the minister in the work of nation- the -Minister of Pab- the letter reads in 'part. lie In regard to several In a recent issue of the Labor Gaz- subjects ot importance to the etteVan official Domlutou.gbverniaent Letbbrldge publication, it IB shown tfat the.niain district. The business ot the-. items In domestic budget have gone up ono hundred per cenl. and the delegation In Edmonton will not. be in. direct "connection with the resolution passed at- the Commerce- Tuesday nleht. meeting on A chap mav need a little car to take [era man can catcti_Sgurinc in them. and girln who wish to see themsehes figuring In ths movies which" they accuftomed to .watch are asked'tdVbe at the Phoenii this evening between 7 o'clock and 9 o'clock, to meet Mft Marshall, w-ho will.arrange to placed for the attention 'of man. his-frlenils about. However stebp tb'e prices' are, 'he .'.'A'soven-pas- seuger is. what you may send ouL1 Ho deems it is a simple feat, lo .buy fine cars and clothes, and .thus he nres lo compete with chaps who live ih Easy Slre'el. which phows how much" he knows! "My home is but p. measley shack, a fact I mucn rpgrecTuui scui, It .did'not set mo. back until I'm" on the poor-house, track, a million bones in deiit. I long to wear" a silken suit, a yacht 1 fain would motor car ivbuld be quite "cute; but 1 will" ape salaries of ministers have rfnly in. creased thirty per cenl. sfuce thq war began. DRAW FOR AIR RIDE ALFALFA 1RVES! Crop is-Very. Heavy is Report- Raymond and Magrath Far- mers at it '.The reminded of the pop iilar draw for aeroplane trips-to laXcjJj' place .at thV Colonial tonight at S.30 o'clock. The hair raising stunts by Palmer and Fitzslmiuoiis last Monday make this feature one of the' Uvest events In connection with the commercial travellers sport and dance carnival on it he nth. For the -benefit of many whom the ex- ecutive have not been able to reach, and who Etlll. desire to participate in the draw, may obtain vouchers at the exhibition grounds on the day of the carnival: Alfalfa cutting is well under way iu many points In wuthern Alberta and reports received la Lethbrjdge Ihdi cate that a good 'crop ot this product Is'going to be experienced. IQ njanj places the alfalfa Is so high and fhlcV a tcam'of horses can worked'for three or four hours at i' stretch. Around Raymond and Migrith.thc cutting Is proceeding rapidly.and sev "oraroutfits today arc-stacking, while other fields are still In the alfalfa in that-'coBntry looks fine- Is of a good height. Inspector A. G. Kadle, ot the depart- ment of agriculture, who .is in thou fully 'realize whak thav..means. One to tlie 11 regird to the tax his worship has forwarded the following reply: July 13 112i Mr. A. J. -Ingram. v 21T ISth'Slreel Xortn. Lethbridge Dear Sic poll him man with u stake of 10 -poll tax would equal to a man ODD .._ jsessable propeits In other ivonls J'O poll tax would be equal to 51200 piopert> lav per annum I do not used this year "where, grasshoppers have been abundant, can bejnade as T Bran, 100 pounds .White Arsenic.gr Pans Green 4 water 6 or 7 gallon's think IhaloNeu jou would thai anl1 lll% dissolve the salt in unfair Siliantage "IB "nl e 7 In tno majo.ilv 01 cases todaj, POi-ojcd b-an Good 'rc-ults haTe evenutv emplovces the working men been obtamea v.nere tnn has been en erniJitnces ins men Your letter or the I3tii i..st re poll i Snrel> got enough athance m in cases the Killing has las Ins been receded and in t0 d of an unpteisant nlmost as h'lgh as that obtainpd hiirden. I tlnnlv I the noinls >ou raised .would-say 1. 'The cxlgency'.of the schools, required fc.ly gel more rev- enue or rather U> get new in ,the place. those failing to meat the roquireniehti The council, believes that tlie Income luxlJs the only fair cHje and should pav some jtjtose AJH adjusted if 50c per vcar v OIie ,s more "disturbed answered 'i do iiot Intend A leu poll iax js a l item pgayifit whit property to pa> Inle >ou to argue on the iilcfties ot the citation but, make a plain statement ot'the city's necessity, in a spirit 61 fair play ail round No douht 11 a relatively jew the poll tax will hard on repreaci tUion than 1 In bridge" for one week, Jessie Ramsay, wife of-Peter.-.Tolinsfou. 1241 3rd Aye. nbi'tb, dted on fMra. John- ston, became-.-ill on get all 'ministers under it.' On rural .cireuiti ministers to receive SIjoQO.-in towns. with a pop: DIED h New York City alone from kid- trouble fast year. Don't allow, yourself to become a victim j by neglecting pains and CruJtrd against trouble by taking COLD MEDAL Tbt Wrld'a standard remedy for Itidiwy, tlv9r( bladder and uric ccid liouWes. HdUnd'a' national remedy since 1596. An 50c. a box. Guaranteed, Uofc Wtfcft MM. Gold M aaa BO i "DANDERSNE" Dr. appeared bcfoio Mag- Islrato Invin-'at'.tliu city police court, on Thursday, on the cbarge of passing a standing street car at the intersec tion of 3rd Ave. ami oth St. Conductor Me rrlcV, 'who was 'in charge of the ar at the time instructing the driver, rhornc, sworp.to .lii.s attention being called to the doctor 'passing the car iy.it passenger for whoui at the time l-o was changing a Jo bill He asketl whether doctors 'had "a right to and saying tint vas not hfe uuribor' of the crfr although it the is as he was. tho' iloctor TS a total him 1 ilpr t was stated thai tho doctor hoanled lis car at the corner of sth St. nnd ind asked him why he is wavjng to. him, .with, some' hot .words passing. Dr, Loverlpg. looh tlie stand and ileiticd that he had pi''in ed the standing car. lie said that he was not In the habit o{ stf do lug and if, he had done so on the present occasioti'hc.wpuld be only too willing 'to 'pay his fine im'ffl to "take Ills medicine lie (old the court that car liail been standing Vutslde the Dowsley real estate. and whon he got Into. it he noticed, the street cir coming ilong by the hotel He slowecf down after Stops Coming Out; Doubles Us A fev: buys 'After an nf ''Danderino' Son cnn not find 'a fnllcn hnir'or any dandruff, besides 'every hair shows fiew life, vteor, brightness, moro .col It and j.- "ot or m'ofo'i they want Jl.SOQ and1' 'for "An adequate -salary.- for every Methodist minister'1 is the published aim of tb.8 committee. The letter referred to suggests that all "ministerial' bodies should get be- hind them and the opinion is-txpress- that much, good can .be done. :Chufch members never were so num DENIES BRIBERY CHARGE' Lt.-Col. H. A. C. Jlachln, former Conservative ineJiibcY of the Ontario Legislature for Kcnornj who ilonles that he MS piid 000 tor his ultl fu seturlng a timber limit lor a con tractor. MUTTON PERKINS SHOEMAKERS ,The one place where yon'cnh get your shoes fixed jusE-rigM, Ordtrs cailed'for and delivered. FIFTH STREET PHONE 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre itnrted thsi car ind pokeil along hut he afflrrncd that at'iio-time was he In the rear of. Mho car anil' that he passcdrK. He would .not break his oath for a million dollars, and If the case .should'happen lo be decided against him ne would carry.it to appeal. 'mnglBtntte'tidJourned the case (6 Saturday mqrnhig for the presence of, the drlycr Thornc, In. order to oh- tain further evidence '.'before; decid- ing. ft A NEW POISONED BAIT FOR GRASSHOPPERS The aiipply of moiasses was purchased eariy in the 'year by the Provincial Department. fa. nearly exhausted, and though a further Jarge consignment Is, on the way lo this rtlstrlcj. from British Col- umbia, there may be' a period before its arrival during. which this material cnn lie, oblalncd.onty fr'otn local stores at n gr.c.itiy In'creasfid. price. A very fair snltsllluto for the Knn- fas bait, which has le.pn so widely MILK FVesh from our own dairy herd, -In for breakfast. YOU get It soon otter tfo disappointments In delivery. PHONE 1142- A. J. Buttenvick Sort North LethbH.lae Dairy Good Food Model ately paced makes this a populai place to eat. The Yale THE NEW CAFE 212 FIFTH SOUTH AVeed conditions in some parts of thai country are'disgraceful, he said. Somi farniers are making a fight agaihsj linic uttcavij i-crvu r.uiu, ov (lie J- ment at .the ColDnlal tonight should lhem' Uundrei: run hleh. jocrea Is being ploughed under He has been purchasing tattle foi two associations at Hlllsprlng.VTbeE'c associations are obtaining cattle :itn der" the Cow Bill -and he has-.-fc'ser BANK CLEARINGS Bnnt clearings ;for tlw week ending today were as against for the corre- spending week a year ago.. utter this business He wtl leave today for Ensign. Toronto Board ot Control nam- ed George II. Ross'to succeed Brad- sbaw. N KIRKBITS A WORD ABOUT PIES Why expect friend .wife to ooli liies this hot Ihey can be bought just as cheap at MAISIN PIES Aluajs on hand I LACH i. M1NC3 I OUSTARD PUMPKIN STRAW CHBA51 COCOANUT (To'Order) 35c 35c 35c Mo 50c 50c 80c 50c KIRKBTS 606 Third Avenue South Now Potatoes 2 Ibs for Tsinups Carrots, New, Green Onions, S bunch cs ICs ]ier Ih 15c jjer basket Hot.House per Ib 45c t New Celers per Ib 15t Bananas, per dozen 60e Cantaloupe each Orahges. per dozen 65o and 75c Green Tonlatscs, ifrr 25c Apples, 2 Ibs for 35c Dluo nijjbon Peach es, pur plig 30c and 76c Salad Dre-sing Yacnt Crab Uli- liv s a id Roval 75c, 35c, 50c Lime Juice, bottle Wo Tea, Kcrr per Ib 76c Coffee Bean, ground or puher izeJ Ib 65c and 75c 'Machine Oil per tin-- lite Biking-Powder torest Cits, tin 2Sc Gooseberry Jam per tin 25 Farina per OOt .Jcfty Glasses, per dozen Toilet Soap T cakes for Potato Hour, pkg. ...I..-.. 20c Ileffal Salt, jig 13c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY QROCER3 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALWAYS IN DEMAND BY ARTISTS AND MUSICAL INSTlTlJTJONs' win IS PIANOS 1 IrmLivAJ APB tiNEQUALtBD IN AND DEPTH OK TONE FUICES AND TERMS TO MEET ALL, NEEDS 3RD AVH. BLOCK) A Safe and Satisfying Dessert Why not place a- standing order for of our rich, pure ice cream during tho sum- mer. You won't tire of It as you 'do, other .foodSr it's so cool, re- freshing and tasty and our var- ied seleclfon of, flavors will sup- plys a nefr appailting surprise for.fiVCTy day of the week. It's good to have. In the houso as a summer dessert or a freshment. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 The New Creamery is making All Flavors of ces Those who have, had Ihin delicacy say they- have not known a finer refreshment; The ddmand for oir Velvet Ice Cream Is increasing daily. When you get ono order you will always Want'It WE ARE NOW READY TO SUPPLY OUT-OF- TOWN PARLORS AND DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE OR 8UUK- Phone 1929 We shall be glad to show you through our new plant. Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd., ;