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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE niirn UVtlt; Number Dead in Two Day Slob Battle SU; Never Be Y.; Known BELFAST, July 2V-Conditlonj In riot-torn Betfatt were reported by the police at.ore o'clock this to be "normal.r" The vrare: beginning-to check up the loivof life and the damage from tho two days and -..nlghti of fierce lighting. Sinn Fein and UntonUt mobs, with' 'th4rjjMendant looting by Lut nUjht wi) one of terror and bloodshed up to 3 o'clock when thih'QGf-quleted down. Spor- adic shooting1 thlii morning caused that .the conflict was to be continued'today.; Up to 1 p.m.> the city Wai comparatively quiet under a downpour of rain, ai- thought were; running high and unsafe to predict what might i of casualties _; resulting from prob- 'ably be known.'' with a "car carrying another proTto- clal lot were let down with a little and fine of ?1 aod costs. .-An, touring car, the owner of wUch had'a rifle along with ilm. paid J10 and costs for carrying a tun without a license and during the close season. The weather has been decidedly cooler this week. Since 'the first of SI '-V i-- Onj., wljl be'ln charge of thffPresbj-tcrih church the next'threa veeks. He U here and at Cran- brook with' a view to receiving 1 call TBO contractor has a: crew at work now putting. In fie" cement Ijasemeat for the new tneatre, and so far progress on: the ctructute has been make. to e: pect ready tor occipafloa hot later than the mid- dle of September. The egg market stiffened again this week, with the strictly fresb. hen fnil going to 65 ceiits a dozen'- palry.but te? Btiil irmmiaintrits cents d po'und. Pasture has been gooi this year and the butter price Is ex peeled to remain stationary for some time yet'. Tomorrow is the'last day for ap plicants to get'in their .application for permits to cut hay on Kootena; flats this season, Owing-to quite a ;ood timothy and alfalfa crop on th benches this year, it is not llkoly the demand for flats hay will be as big as.In 1919. CONNAUGHT CUP SERIES WINNIPEG, Julr 18 o be the 'scene ot the first eliininat- contest for the Connaught mblemattc ot the football champion- ship ol Canada, when the Ot Saskatchewan meet the Brlttanlu; Manitoba winners, here next Saturday and Monday evening. Two games wilt played, goals to count, kid he winners, will then go to: Toronto where the semi-finals and Spalsiars o ue'staged, during, theTweeK gust 2. M v MacNell, Yfce-preBldeht of i the P. A., received word this morning rom headquarte real Toronto advls- ng.him-of the arrangements wo '.western provinces to meet her British Columbia will likely Toronto as Alberta evflei the .jerfei.; Editor Hayes Heads Organiza- tion Ssa-sS-The. Berry TFrpfn Correspondent) July first organized effcrt 'rise arid athletics In Cre was accomplished at a meeting of 'ffioBe interested op night, .whenJ'Cresfon ValleyvAroateur i Athletic. Association was fully'organ- ized, following officers: PreeUent, Hayes; Id. 01 Bennett} secretary-treasurer, C. By exociitlTO, H. Bathie, Lister; R. M. Tel- 1 ford.'W; :Hall, Mc- j Leod.: P. V. "Staples, A meet- Ing 'of the eijputlte on Tuesday night s rjec'tdcd'.' to jftcomnicnd tp another jmbllc tolbe held on Monday, that the organization and junior fCHbtball; along with boys' and Elrls'f'AsletbaHJn every school In the Valleygwhljejf it is possibla to fiet Wasc the agricultural hall as a. rinlt'hockey may be attempt- cd. A leaRue.ls plan inclpde the PdrtHiU, Wynndel Cresto-Erickson mines', anil a val Icy. team. .nsjll ,be_ chosen from the Ho; rirtlcfpnte la Kootenay cbaraplonshrfTfscries each year. Ranch still to the fore Changes IhleVweok.include the Andy. which has; been puvch'ased.bV'R. Xlderson ofrHosrner The east'iteffiacres of. the old Griffin 'GOD BLESS .YOU-.WHITEMAM" (London Dally Telegraph.) Willosdea Police .Court yesterday revolved one of .Its old familiar char actors, a man known, as. "God Bless '.He t-Jraed up on he usual charge of begging, ind h seemed a good r deal' the, worse fo wear, for his scanty1 garments .were held together by safety pins and string, whilst his feet, protruded froi iis boot's. This .was the conversation that took place between him and th magistrate The Magistrate: Have you.an; questions to No, 'God bless you constable. Have you anything; to !od bless you, sir.' My wife wen away and, left me with two dear littl' I had to do'spnielhlng. v MTieb did'your'wife'leave Abput'.fifteen ago.' God yon. And where are the bless yon, she took them with he and I've never Been them since. They must bs'. quite: grown nj) b be men. Go blesfljyoo, sir, God bless you. you sayitia deeper you get In; the so I, Prisoner, 'who'- is. 'ban nearly' 60 yeare at ago, has been convicted as a rogue, and a.vagabond, and the magistrate. remanded, him in custody. CAN'T FROM OTTAWA, Jnly of the eiport of coaj from the Atlantic, St. Lawrence River and gulf ports of Canada, except'to the United States Newfoundland, unless, otherwise permitted and in accordance with re- tcribed as eicelUnt In the region" el- CATTLE RUST Leas .eadiuf for about 20 miles east'and of Saskatoon. rjjji came just rn time. Coal hai Jumped to (16 a ton at JJrcckville. Ceo. Belleville, died at Uw result ot a horse's kick. Isaac'O, was killed by a fall .In 4 of boro. In a quarry it HiUi USE MOTOR CARS i Saak., July motor car, it seems, has achieved another success by winning its advent into the cattle business. The old and well known practice ot cattle rustlers they used to drive their stolen befora them, Is now a thing ot past. A few days ago three calves were ;ustle4 herds near -Ben- gough and spirited across the Inter- national border'In two' motor cars, Three ot the .rustlers were arrested ou this slda of the line and the two Uou'tina and Saskatchewari One More to DealH Big Rain at Saskatoon HEQ IN A', Jilly' 2 Upatch frota Lainpmin, "Sask., 'reacb'od proTin- clal Red Cross office here this after- noon, stating that all the, buildings, clothing and personal a poor family had been'destrOyed l8 the storm Thursday. OneJ child was killed and the mother and s'li other children are now In the hospital badly Injured. Saskatoon Crops Saved SASKATOON, July Of rain fell in Saskatoon and district yesterdsyand'last night Farmers in this area, many of whom had almost given up hope of havlnc a, wheat crop, are much more today, and say that an avefaje crop pf-wheat Hs now practically assured, while the condition .of all-coarse grains is WOMEN OF How Lydia E. Podcham't Veg- etaWeCpmpound of Change Of Ljfe. i< has, h'een purcliased by-N Schadb of. who hai already started In to EJckr'tha. cherry crop Gabriel of Duhamel Alia., .purchased 'a -five-acre .block'0 the Dow Addition, and purchased th< Trevelyau cottage near the school In which ttf reside while clearing his buy and getting? permanent 'home Block'II of ffje town si to, a 5-acre Irac has been pufchase'd by Joe.Toho. A R. SwAnson''.tias secured a couple of C. P. H. lots on Wllson'Aye., and is at erecting.a garago thereon. t Creston. Valley now .boasts four loc- als of the ot'B. C., the newest addition to llie group being at Erlck- soil, 'Which.-7 Organizer Humphrey brought-'.-into1- eistence at an en- thuslasttc meeting there on Tnes- rlay-nlght, with Wj.'O. Utllejohn new- .iy-eleclcd.president A start is ma.do with 16 memhers, and will easily reach, immediately. Mr. Humphrey at Hster tomorrow wherei there Is every Indication ot a fifth local being formed. ,T. PorsylhVSniitli tho British trade commies loner.' of the fruit branch of tho of arglcul meeting of 'ihc growers ort .Thursday night, when he discussed -tbe apple markets of the continent, jfind best varieties to ex. t'pVirl.jsjAilhoil'ith but .Kootenay ap pies have so far teen sent abroad, the jew cars Ihal'ha've. reached England liiive ina'db 'a good name for the local orchard prod.uct. Crcstpn LodKO is having the mosl unique communication In Its young history. On Wednesday nlghl when M. Schofleld will be the'idirpofp oLlnslnlllng 8. A. D; 0. M..o] Degree.woric.will.aLso he clone 'anriMne sesslfin.wiHciose'with a h'annuet spread: yisltors from Cran brook and other lodges are expected for the affair. The srYawberry shipping a close, .will sce.lt? ilnlnnij The-.ofop has not -been early-season Expectations when hot crales sc'cincil assured. In tho wholo 'Valloy output will possibly ho crnlC3. Hnspnerrlcs, luiw ever, are more promising and so far (ho rnolsltire supply has been o.nllc Stipendiary maglslrate C'rompUm had a regular ftelil day of It on Weil- nesday, when provincial police VAC- hon had eleven motorists on trial for varlolj breaches of tho Molor Vehicles Act, "including not having tail lights burning, failure to carry both num- ber plates, failures to reporl collisions, while onft held on a thargc pf .failure UP report hla entry gulations to :be nrpmulgated by the board, is provided for in'a brief order of the board of railway commissioners issued lato this sftornoon. The order is signed by Hon. Frank chief commissioner, and.will become effective on and after August. ange, of life I had tot nashea, Jkgy and every rnonti.I waswild with'mljery I bad a constant dull and woa jd always feel tired: I luff ered in this way for five or six yearV and wu treated by a physictaD and took i different remedies jwithont benefit LydtaE.Pinkhifun'i pound wasYrepomj' _. ___ ended torn took it, and I believe I would never cave been well if it had not been for the Vegetable Comnbund.'and Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative teendipe yoor inediciiie to.all women ail- ing I was, for I UimKit will arry them safely through the Change of Life, and relieve the ailments that como at that period. ALEXIEC. NANGLE, Galatia, III. Women who suffer f rom nervonsrjm, "heat bacttache, headaches, and should try this'fainoiis root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound, and if coin- piicatioES exist write She Lydia E. Knk- nam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mais. Tte result of their 40 years' in inch cuetuat your service, IT Is that every agrioul- tnrist form aeonnrl association with D. progressive BanJrinsr InBtitctlon. This Bank is Bttmulatlng proinotlon ty providing a broad eorvioa forftrablttoua farmers. Any of onr 4OO branoheeoan furnieh reliable information M to mar- keta and Blilpptng fttoilittes. rcn nseui UNION BANK OF CANADA Lethbridge Branch C. C. King, Manager Branches also at and Barons Westminster Heat Market _ For M. SATURDAY jtind Carry Briskett Beef 15c Plate Beef 17c fhoidder Cuts___22c Pork Shoulder Cuts 33c ,.18c to35c, Beef and Pork Sausage per Ib.........25c Beef Shanks..... lie 3 Ib. Pail Lard 5 tb. Pail Lard Our Meats are all froh killed and Mo, 1 quality. STRICTLY FRESH EQOS AiND CHOICE DAIRY BUTTER, W. ADMITT, PROP. Fill your caddy with LANKA In ccjripliment to your friends, justjc? to your pkality -Lania when you gather for tea. Each rap embodies the perfection o{ fla- .vof achieved; tlirough skiUed ,of iCeylpnV 'fineit jrowths. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada BOYSdOUTS Evening Ai AT (yCLQCi: AT THE BARRACKS f (iNLY At Coaldale, CHEQUE PAID JULY 23rd. BY A. fOMRANY ACAOIA BLOCK LETHBRIDGE AQENTS POR LONDON GUARANTEE AND ACCIDENT COM- PANV; LTD., OF LONDON, ENGLAND SEE US FOR G006 PROTECTION AND PROMPT SETTLEMENT v Hail 'damaBed crop OH the Soldiers Settlement at Coaidale on the njsht of Wednesday the The farmer notified us of his loss .Thursday afternoon sair.s cvcr.lr.; thi ad- j'uiled to the tatiifactlon of the farmer and today, the 23rd, cheque Tp full settlement has been mailed. Power House iThu (jazetie.) I see, by the way, -that at y. during Saturday's sterns a man as killed by liKbtQiug while sV- ring under a and at Jlllharn Hher illar struck under Fatalities at is nature could bo i( too- e exerclteii a little care tu select- Ebclter during tnubdW slffrma trees are the only available elter.', Oaks, poplarf, and are 'mon liabje ta attract Ujpatciag coraiug to and tf tiiouli) In; avoided. Tin piue, birch. Chestnut and walziut. Trees standlne by thBBneivss are always dangerous, alto i? the highest ot a froup ot Thei is liltle danger In aaellering In a, wood, if the Smallest ulil- Ued. for Ufa dash of. lightning strikes any trees in a wood it'will select tho tallesi even though the tree happens to be one of the com', paratively safe ssscles, Hour, any kind, 98s, 49s, Sugar, ZOlbs. for lOIbs. for New Potatoes, special 3 Ibs'. for 25c New Celery, special, Zlbs. for.............Z5c New Cabbage, special per 1b...............7c Lemons, per doz. 35c Bananas, per 50c Oranges, per doz. SOc, 70c HotheuserTomatoes, per 35c Finest Dairy Butter, per 45c Krinkle Cornflakes, per pki..........fy.... lOc Kellogg's Cornflakes, 2 pkts. for 25c MEE DELIVERY. -r 426 13TH STREET NORTH. PHONE 1314. WANTED STANDARD WAGES PAID H1LLCREST COLLIERIES LTD. HJLLCREST, ALBERTA Making Up Ice Cream Dishes Is An Art 1C1 The ice cream mvist be fresh just flavorings must be the the ar- rangement right.; cream dishes and are delicious. You will find they are different. WE STILL OFFER YOU THE VERY CHOICEST FRUITS AND CONFECTjONElkY THE PALACE CONFppRY CORNEfl FIFTH STREET AND; FOURTH AVENUE -1 THE LEADING REFRESHMENT PARllOR ;