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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TflB HERALD'S PAGE OF LITE LOCAL NEWS LETHBRIDGE. PAGE SEVEN Coal Market Holds Little Interest for Alberta Operators Till They Have Freight Rates...Likely- to Advance Soon, Ontario Mar- ket IB Out of the Question Leth bridge coal TfaftTb'airrSfe'-itfe "days', thej> i the talK about putting Al oi nOuljaiio out' UiJA there to coal thorlfee, in the Unitejl What B '.be sof crying for the Ontario market when can t get the 'Winnipeg market cming to tbo high trjlgh? asM per cent. Jf Alberta cou.d sci.ire toba nlarket where Alberta coal can' be! laid dowmjn. fair competition to ttye Aloerta operator? vcould nbt'wbrry.: They would look, to vear round jirodi.ctlon jear Just are experiencing it thfsjrear Hut whou'they- cannot capture the Manitoba'-market owing to the preju- dice agilnEt using Alberta coal against Pennsfjhania hard the> have much, hpno' of going farther oast. The i following Toronlo dispatch theretorc'ihaS fulled to create even a ripple of Inieree' here "Alberta-coal could lake the place of-.the'con! from the. United States in tho wholo northern Jiurt ot j a better freight -ate could be obtain ed" from the nilways than that prevail to nd o( Irilgation Around while' W. M.P., will deal with '.'The present and KMure of Irrigation Around arldge' A will be 5! ven oa Structures, Laterals FarmjDltchefc'Vby F.-H. Peters, comsiiaalbnef and will be followesd up'by D. -W. general manager of the Canada. Find ana'Irrlgatiio'f Co'mpanf.''G.'An- C- INSPECTOR-SHOEBOTHAM' TRANSFERRED, VICTORIA for the province Alberta, ited a "Irrigation UM should jft ehsriS Ifrlff.lion iarm Home'aad US Surroundings, shoiild b e ably r with by A. C rif- ftn, superintendent, operation and maintenance of the section ot thesCariaalah' irrigattott block "The pevelopmeiil of Irriga- tion m Sputliweit' Saskatcaewan.f-wiU lie discussed D.Wilson, ot Maple and otners. 'libbTiivJD. Pattullo, minister of iaiida for, British Columbia, has promised to ho Jn pos and -will speak: on "Some o British Columbia's Irrigation Prob-; lenis'.'.' Another cabinet'minister, Hon.' Duncan Marshall, of agriculture' for .will apeak on the "Relation of Schools of Agricul- ture '.'Sbed.Growing." wilPbe effectively and inte'restinglj; dealt with by. Don.. H.iiDafK 'and; Pro-; lessor G. H? Cutler, of the University, of Alberta, as'well as by: Allan P.' Senior, of Twin Palls, Idaho, who will, however, confine his: address. to the growing ol pfas for nhich the irrt gated areas ot are. wen suited i It is nlso grobable that there will .Inspector Shoebotham, of the local headquarters, of-the R.C. recelved'noticc of his transfer to C.' In- spector Shoebotbam cunia here 'from" Medicine "He 'ha'j reeref bis the ..cliy, J "L--' i ThdRHymiiig Optimist (By Aline Miehielli.) There'a no use_to complain, of your load you etfgger aloof on (be road. It be M quite enough for dray, but "do n't for thai reason, Juet look at the chaps who are great; do they ever complain of. the weight oflne burden theyaote! Nay, uay, "are so they cheerfully toddlecalong and the lacy ..mA.n.'s .schemes have no part In iheir djeamsj for they think that his' dope is all wrens. When" it Eeenn you hare worked your last lick fie'n IOS1EII 'POLICE of Keg Carefully Taken From Car.Between 'Hat and Fernie can't the.trick, tbe guy.who has always tot and you'll find Iblnfs'more illck. Thougl be heaTj or light, itswil liefp If you carry It "right, and those chaps who complain? only double thi they sr'umhled from'morn' ing till toward'your goal you will ever be pay: iug.tke which'ho detailed Ihc journey o( the train from Crow's Nest to Lethhridge with the various stops nude, InK one of over an hour'at Macleod, he train left Crow's Nest about mid- night on July 5th. said that e aasr Cayo during.yarlous points oni ie journey, on ono' occasion when tie train .had to-stop hot jox'ou one of the'cars. When the rain arrived In Lethbrldge. he and weightier the yjartjon Who stote the brandy? This is-a weather question with the C. P, R. at the present lime. The brandy.-wasvtn ga.ltou keg, part, of a cargo o! liquor going from Kernle to Medicine bein's'the transfer frnm a wholesale house in'-lhe-formei place to one In tbe'UlterA The pon tents; of the" keg were osreiully ei ffom the car In which' It on a freight train somewhere between Crow's Xest and LetltbrUge. To ge inj at the preaant tiw llarriugton'fuel adrnijjBlrajor fof the province and 'lith'lreasonanle frflght rates could1 be rto Huflburv. Xorth'-Bay. points on tho.T. 0 and Soo railways jand other Ontario places, cheaper thin costs about 55 ton safd at the prfcnt t me the par ton on coal from Hill Of I mines; Alberta U, On mc l'rnga tano is oxer 00 a ton H ie be Drainage Institute and II r lieved that the Hoard of raihw> com secreUrj Montana Irnge mlBslonors Is considering an applica who w 11 be In attenuance at the Jlofc ,C M Hamilton of agri .vulture for an Hon S T of highways for Saa- k'atchewan; Warnock, deputy min- ister-'of agricutturo 'for British Colum- 11 hia JJ S- lionnis G M U chief I commissioner department ot colonisa, aifd dCTelopmcnl, caujflian I'sci Railway H W Wood president' Foremost Still Pick ..the South Weed Menace is Discouraging 'j Surdeas to ihefr roll. But Hie (act ode Is that fel- .Who to tbU and don't bellbw-ardiind -whenUhey take on' a pound are the wb'o grow up to [beir load, .tttfftiou t signal (or at each they know that won't win >m a'rep, as their load grows do they sigh for repose, they just turn oh. a little more pep. Thus you won't. i a whip nor a goac to. you get'OTer the road; it wil be surprise .but you'll eee as time flies that you'some way grow up to your Cayo came oft together and the latter id-n'ot'.carry away anything with bin. the evidence of Weir, )r. Ki who was pros- ecuting'tfor the that the case be withdrawn for.'.be purpose of gathering mora he con- sidered that after Weir's evidence the hr.d no cuse for .conviction. The magistrate, accordingly, allowed t to be withdrawn. J. C. Hendry'ap- leareii for tho accused.' .The KitneVs Ti'elr was. cautioned 'during his ei- ainination by prosecuting counsel, to be" Carefiii as he Kad sufficient'data' to Institute r-proceediug8 for perjurj against Wnj. Or-IE SCAFFOLD FALLS lion for a E. Tne Windsor Siory CALGATn Jnl} 16 no or ders for coil oerta through AfcG of is -the Windsor Chambei ot Commerce in rnpl> to a te'egram cent tpc chamber b> the Calgary Herald tion also gne short 1} 16 no or p'aced in Al I fcGlli and Company J( ho the L HLFALFftllLLBE Superintendent Pcnnctathcr is back from an extensive trip through -lhr> eastern section of his Trav- elling cast by motor to he went south from there to -Manybcrrle; nnd Ihe-i the Imo to Stirling ind back into Lclbbridgo HIverrwhere he-found the crops grow.- ing -rapidly, and.sencrally, looking as Uiough .they would ihgly.well. Poor farming, of. coureo, was ciment the nbundant but the land had been.worked properly (he grain.prom- ised, to'-yicld >vcil. In-.thc. Forfc-.nost district the superintendent-found the nost promisig crops, and he tiiinka hat district is certain to havo cellGTit crop N, Supt Pennefather is quitpp emphatic his about tlie mpn ace. 'lie says it is disgraceful .thp wfiy the. weeds are. allowed to crow without any .attempt..being.made to get rid of tlrem tjjiless drastic ac lion ia once the'Whole coun- try 'Mil be overrun with the mustard and Canadian thistle WILL TURN OVER ARCHBISHOP'S FUND LONDON. July As soclated bishops of. Ox ford and .Winchester will go to -Winni- peg in the. uilddk of September to present the. archbishop's fund to the church'of-Western Canada at its cen- tennar) in October at the liquor a gimlet appears to hay been used. This was worked from the bottom of the car through th floor and througb the kes drilling tw from iWhieK the" brandy wa drawn oH into bottles. The .whole case has been before Magistrate Irwln and after two .a journmanU came up again on Frid; mornlne. with P. A. Cayo, a C.P.I brakenian who on the train, charg- ed, ss.alleged. with the theft ot the brandy from car..57174 where_lt was resting on its way to the Hat. De- tectirc of the city police had on tbe morning of July Oth visited the room of Cayo and there discovered a nearly a full bottle of] brandy, which. It is claimed, was ot the quality of the brandy which had; disappeared th'e keg. For the of- fehco of having liquor in other tban a private dwelling, Cayo had appeared before the court, and as reported, was found guilty and flncd. K. II. Weir, who was tail-end brake- man on the freight on which Cayo head brakeman, gave evidence in QUBBKC, July Caiiadiai man was killed and four Injured when.a. at LouisyLlle, near yes1 terday. DiriyFieloV of Grain Cause of Com- ment Weeds are ruining the chances ol many farraers'in'fbe south to get good ,rops this year. One man, who re- turned from Cirdston today; saia that between Lethbrldge and town there are only four clean fields ol standing grain. the remainder ara resplendent with mustard, stink weed, pig and other noxious weeds 'It seems shame tliat farmers c'an.- notikeep their fields clean Thi? is the first lime in several vears these- farmers haxe'bdd a real opportjntlv to get n irop an! thej lose out be cauie thev allowed their land to" get dirt) onlv have, themselves to blame for he said. If f Sellers Dea Molnes, hii son for speeding Board of Conlrol'Asks'Merehaiits to Decorate T.ellihndge will welcome the moat Important convenliou of this year in Canada the dclesiles to the meeting ot the Western Can ada IrngaJJon Association arrne As oh occasions are be- ing mado to have Lethbndge gne the dnlegafes somethini to remember th'elr.visit to. by. A unique. Iprm of tn vogue. board.'pf'contrpl'liasrrciueatecl UBO alfalfa for decor-, aVng.tholr.'.VfInSows'for, this being' :pf thf Bputh country' where Calgaiv Taking Cnic Film Now Good Material for 1 Movies Hero Owing to'.nnavoldable' circumstances over vhich the minagement had no control the amateur film drama V Lethbrldge Nominee will not be filmed thia -af- tenwohfMr.- W.'n. manager of the producing companj received a wire from his Calgary 'office.that' the city.authonties-h'ad 'decided lo film a big civic picnic in. Bowness' Park to morrow afternoon that it was necessary for him to retur'rt at once order to direct tbe taking of the iclure. The city'of Calgary contracted for his picture to be taken' Wednesday tfernoon bul'on account.01 the heavy ainfall and the bad condition of the oads to the park ij.was decided to ostppno It: The- decision' to take the tomorrow. daring abae'ijce as all prcpar gStiqn is'mosf'iieedcd at 'tlfp 'presehtj time, it'Ji'as thbught'this'-woulrf'b on iacc.ou'iit of in obtain- t-A program of addresses that are In- sirucltyei and ajj Tfartbtiij atvd engaged- in agriculUir generally, has; J.JIP. Or. of- the. will oji "Soil Jof 'mticlf concern to farmers throughout the p'rairio provinces. M. .la'rrtlne, president of the Kansas Slate Cplicgo of F...H., Auld rtojpnty minister of Tor Saskatchewaii; J. Bracken, the new principal tha Manitoba Agriculturft Coileue: C. S. Noble, of NohTefprd, anr others, will lake part In this discus, slbn. 'Another matter wlilth is of Interesi to' farmers In present lime .is "Silos ind Bnillage.' 0. H. Mutton, who has glten altenlltin to the mattei of erection of silos.- And the growing o( enjllage, will he one of the speaker oj this lop'lc. This discussion wll also he" Inken up by n. J. Ferris, sili Instructor and demonstrator of tin Stilish cjlture, "Tho alfd o'lhe'rS. Collego. of Agriculture I'arm Knp'neerlng" will be the snM ject of an address by. -IV A. HOWCB of 'the fa University Tlovston, aasfs r- Irrlgaflon, department 'of W. K, .Palrtteld, Dominion Biperiraenial farm at 1 bridsc, will epeak on "Tho History aoBeityc tin nil tlo'Ss for practically completed t i'sVnow'plannQdTo' make, the; local Ictuyo anij Saturday and these.dates are nifely reserved tor that purpose. 'At the office of Manager Ken Blshoi. n the Phoenii theatre last night, Mr Marshall-selected-practically, all o' he princlpiij; who wjlliparjkipate li he Ijedibrld'ia filriV'and'he wat de Ighted with .th.e appearanc if thejy'oung people; b help Jut town'1 map via he celluloid rotlte. 'I'would not bo surprised (o see some real screen., talent in some ;0 he young' folks who will take part, ie' sahi.' "'Yori'Herer 'ctH'lell when you arij going lo.pick up pictur star the'ability to photograph wel one of the main essentials In :tire .success and-you do not know what Intent talent ;i? hiding aroun the country until ypu .try them out." stpry.oMieart interest ha been'writtin lor the bridge film and .a great portion of -be -atigcd In the beautiful Oal Gardens, .as Well as on some of th main streets and in the residential dl; trlcls. It In wh'lsperec! that a real brllllaT wedding scene fill he staged in whlc will h see'n s and Koyal 2Sc, 35c, Me Lime Juice bottle 50c Ktrrs Special 'b '5c Co'tfee, ground or pulTcr- ned pwlb Hot House Tomatoes, per Ib. 4Sc i Machine Oil per tin 25c Xcw Celery, per ib....... 16c Baking Ponder lorestCity per IJananas', I'Mjr dozen ..........60c Caritaioupc, each ?5c Oraiigcs. per .dozen.65c and 75c Grean Ibs. for 25o Nevi. Polatoes.. 2 Ibs. for.. 25c New Turnips, Kow Carrots, New Beets; Green Onions, 3 Jjuncl es for-. 1 Greon Peas, per s, per basket and Gaosdwrrj "I Tarina per tin Apples, 2 Ibs. for JSc 'Blue Ribbon Evaporated' Peach-' 1 cs, per pkg......' 30c and 75c Tell> Gla-aci 'per dozen 00 Toiler cakeb tor'.1.i'Zic.' Flour pkg 20o Regal Salt pkg Uc GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND PHO N SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HUTTON A PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The one place where you cm get your shoes fixed just Orders called for and delivered. 418A FIFTH STREET s PHONE 6S3 3 Doora South Colonial Theatre BRICKS! WE ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO MAKE '-IMMEDIATE 'SHIP-' 'MENTS OF NUMBER ONE COMMON BUILDING BRICK. THE QUALSTY IS THE FINEST PRODUCED IN LETHBRIDGE. WRITE FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO., LTD. 419 SECOND AVENUE S. 1412 PHONE 1412 MILK Fresh from our oirn dairy herd, in time for breakfast. You get It soon after milking, In PHONE 1142 A, J. Bottejrwick Son Dairy Second Annual SPORTS CARNIVAL EXHIBITION GROUNDS Saturday, July 17 EVENTS OVER tlGHrf PRIZES COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS' GALA DAY Western Canada Hardware Co. Commercial Travellers BASEBALL REFRESHMENTS MITO.MOBILE PARADE STARTS FROM EAST OAUT GARDENS, P.M, Notice to Cream Shippers Wanting Cans It is impossible to get a supply of 5 gallon shipping cans for another month, but have a hundred new.8 gallon cans which We can sell to anyone who can use anv8 gallon can instead Kindly mail your orders to us, Ypurs truly, Crystal Dairy Limited e Phone 1576 All Flavors of' 'i'1'.' Ices Tliostf who hate-had delicacy say they have not known .a finer The demand for.on. Ice Cream daily. one order you will always It AftE NOW RtADYTa SUPPLY OUT-OF- .TOWN PARLORS AND DELIVER TO, ANY PART oV THE OR BULK Phone 1929 shili'W e'arf 'o you through our now plant. Chief Mountain Creamery Co. Ltd. ;