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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r WEDNESDAY, JULY Chas. Hslter was lined ?25 tor mllVirig a cow belonging to Mr. Vuger, without permission., Travelling Magistrate Barter, of Cardston, Irying the wise at Taber. The evidence put ir.'by Con- Stable" Moriarily ot the Taber deiach- meat was to Ihe effect that the Iheti of the had been going on for some lie constable biiii kept watch and (-ausnl the offcnd'er red-, handed. A similar casS against. E.-S. BoKderi was dismissed.' J. Frcser, R. Ssllows a.nd K. Me- Whirler wore charged'.in. the local po- lice court O. with faking Old Mare Kkks Him On U cur from benlml his sh6p on Ftldiy Ready For taber Fair IE MR LEASES CAPT. GARIBALDI IN LONDON (trow Onr Own Correspondent) TABER. July of loose 4actB. classed as unexpected, ocsvirred of Pur'pie Springs last week. W. A.. Alexander was plowing his sum- fe (J t( ,6 rewfatiow. and reflrbd to the ot the wagon tb eat dinner, Ihe homes meanwhile aronub tha wa- gon. Ail the hofSeB.wert gehlW, so when a big By began'Snijing on the, shoulder bf a mare.'Bo reached for It The horse saw'tne-hand but-not the man. and kicked broken nose, a fished eyelid, and 4 ban'ly strained jaw. Dr. Rose was telejhbnSd fbr, end time out and flied nf. The injured man was'unable to come In oh Saturday, as the medico desired, for further treatment, but came iti today, ant) looks tike patient at clearing 'itatfoB. Joe Tufieland. one of our weal frbni fejv. where he pitched for last and going on a Joyride. the accused ifefa seeu from near adjoining bujMJag and Tke same thing0 tit Happened tiftutigt un- kfiotni parties tw6 weeks' before. Ova man pleaded pijity arid a bf Boring Activity rtep'ovfed Again in the'SweH Oras's Hill Area was la tftlfug a racatioa ci >od ipgnd- thej'.Vi'.ertra I R. 1'ek, his as ajilataat Jaifei brSbt whlks'hfl o( O. who hM k.welry receut- 17, aud-.wai foipnerly lij the general biiBtnosf B( 'fila on idotdty Ot thin Week and the Camrbse ieem against and tor (BS gtrbffie against Canv in two eicilihg games of base- bail. 'the world is hot M large after-all. parley P. Christonseu. nominated at Salt bake City as Farmer-Labor can- for president of the great U. S.. Is a brother bt Fred Chrlstenseh bf tkfe torwi Kara church held Ibeir annual pic- EIC at the river oa Wednesday after- noon, aad some of lie fair directors bite nectded to lot go for a ear and attend the picnic. E Hart and famllv left'for Lcth- i the noon train. 1 to theigbbfl prospettH is tne tenor of the 4ifcaBs1oD4 eaabng thb tillers ot the hero, and no wonder..as the. rains oshttnue, tb district 6f yore. Awlner bus rnsnltnfe sale will be held al Ptorteooi and Taluler's. sale bam Ml Saturday lulj 24th. Local Sinlplefiieirt. hi'. te MAS, and jthe eettWg tip 'fit Waders and harvesting and other ma- has left for hli liew hotoe. Mr. aed kite reoatfj been friends here, on tkeir way froiri where Powell bas been engaged In tbe Binie Mae in trhlch he will be fn.bujiims In Colcman. A meeting Retail Mttcbanta' Associatfovi baa, called to c flider further tor the fair. flirt 'tWI. aXyertnleiidebt ot the lireatoVk aeparteHml of tka ti.' 0. O., l> la lon-K in with har- ot prepariliobB at) hU fariri borlh A car'ot for a local garage ar- rived here recently, and dn liivestfga- tlbn It waa discovered tbit soni4 ol the parts for the' machines bad turned np missing route. p. D. has been' spend Irfe'ths Veek at the Elwood farm, abflbl MftiTmdes southeast of town Closer of the crop silna Lion snowa that much of the wheat is already !h the milk.' Grass on rang-e is htgti. and polatocs are in flbwef In places, dardeii itiriT U growing at a fast pace, ann the land In aisd'firyoad and t li claimed drilling vrlli slarl there re long. About six years ago a well was sunk near .the Sweet OraES bills by s Mr. ound( but tire discovery he tools were lort In th'e hole, and nolhlng further wss done to tbls well.. 'For two yearV or more the Amal- Jaflialed (jopjier- .Co. of Anacdnda drilled lor gas in the viclnltv of tbo nflls.. large qdanillles onil at Spalalo add (ha rdembii-p slrations at Trieste ur.vs caused much bad loclliig here against Italy, which tho government Is attempting tb cbun-. leract. "Addressing Ihe Serbitn. uu yesterday !hs prciidcnt ci-lhe may not' 'Included lu ell declared Sorlls bad always consip- i team, according to Infer- crpd .herself 'of, Italy. Later he ivcil here from Toronto projseil to the Havss corrcspoadei'.. LADY BURN DIES OTTAWA, Cniiudinn death of Latly Burn, wlf6 of Sir Ooorge Burn, formerly general, manager of tho Bank of. Ot- tawa, 'rom tiic life of Illness. WINNIPEG. July. Cyril Coaffcc, considered Canada's .best lOD-mctro man, .1ml who Iho to Antwerp tho Canadian niation recei lact nlsht. committee claim llieru are; not sultieicnt funds to send Cbaffcc. A ep'cclsl moctlns Of the Manitoba A. A. bo hclil to- day to consider, the question of rais- rontn'and was .the daughter" of the Ing. Iho. hcccssiry raonoy to send the iaib'Maltliow Urummbnd. local boy" to, Antwerp. ills regret that tension cilKled be-" iTveon'-tho.ftallaiw nnd Jugo-SiavC. He dcclarod bis Intention to urge Iho allies for an Imin'edlate elimination of tho frontier betvreen Italy and, th? kingdom of tbc ..Serbs, .and. Slovenes, StATUE OF "THE HALIFAX" SKIPYABli STRIKE NOT.SETTLED HALIFAX, "jaly hti'nircd men'ars-noW at work at the'Halifax shipyards, according to J, B. Jlctiurg, manager of the plant. Prospects b( an lie strike are not very having bni Mr, McLurg says f Hat, "as far as the, rfiipyarda ate; concerned, there Is no He maintains tbat meji are being put on the plant's as rapidly can be ar- ranged for strike coulmit- lee iiar-ilml (ho-linlon'ranks Hfe broken. PARIS. June (By Icmcnccau Is shown at the front, stunning at the edge of a .friDnds the_ French ppilu? below monument to bo erected In his native country, the Vendee, year. Francolr'Slcitd, tbV: sculptor, Is chiselllttg'ths'tro'uj 'work; but of hard BurKundlan: the "Tori lY already iald to vIsQallze-wltti great, character. BO often pic lured it old putting cp costs each, 3. J. Layton, ot Taker, Bitting on The Tannahffl fn-iti. near OraAsy Lake, and a still In full operation found cellar.'by-Con- lUble Bfa'iJner.'of Isbud. The Ane waa lifti and coats, the case bding triWm tunr'laland. On Friday nlcht -bd1''almost flghling'.; for trance.' 'V.y-'i' Vh.C .'The figure .stands.. 'eiEht (eel, Mf BS alwhys.' lnj the