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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL WHERE YOU EXPECT IT 3 THE LETHBRIDGE fiAJLY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1920 LETHPRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Announcement is Made Than This Will Happen if Rates Not Raised cient made aitr. an eierutlvf ipotli of the" board ot d rectors ot the Co: Drilling for.gas in southern Alberta b) the Canadian extern Gas, Light, .Heat and Power company will atop. Such was the annoucco- DS, llfl- pany pu Thursday. 'The'decision to he bad lotl stop was brought about through the agltattarin Calgvy concerning dew rales; The ooaipanjr.'CbUmfi- it can- not cootmua as it will cause a deficit in the neighborhood for this year. The text of the letter which Bagoae Cosle pres dent and managing direc tor of the company directed to Uie commissiQMrB in Gtlguy follows jou that at a meet committee of (So ing of the fcowd of directors of this cornpaoj {he following was passed viz 'On motion duly tnade and seconded It was dehided that the company tag to its financial position disclosed by and other statements before this meeting cannot nossibiriear any longer the expenses of drilling new walls 'and It tfas resolved 'that this executive committee-has no other'al- ternatiTe tbetefore but lo order the managing to dis continue the drilling of anj and all %We regret eiceedingh lo have eeeo obliged ato take this slep ovsin? to thiTdeple'cd financial con aition of this companj. but -we could no other alternative to avoid a WOMAN DOPE FIEND IS SENT TO JAIL At the cliy police court, on Salur- d.ay, Dora Sage, was sentenced by- Magistrate Irwin to .two months, with hard labor at Fort Saskatchewan Jail, on the charge..pf .vagrancy.'Tho charge was the'sequel made by CUD Gus CoDBtantine that New Bank Coaldale Standard Bank Will Start Soon To Erect Brick Block in Irrigation Town from his. pocket-l room hn at Jhe CoEiuopoh tan hotel-where Jlljejfftmaa Mi teen Accused as strfed in 'he evidence is well known to the police as a pros- titute and dope Aend and a dealer'iii' illicit liquor. She had gono by tha name of Mrs, Douglas and Mrs. Robert- The police had done all the) to reform her, and had evaq had her placed m'thc'tosintal to he trcateg fo' the dnig habit, but alj their efforts Tverc. ot to mull The Standard Bar.k will in tbf fortnisht new buildhla for--lts branchrat. Coal Bui gee have they forgot the Attached beach vtvhorc' breezes-.blow This means that the drilling now> proceeding In the Barnwell field Bon Island Foremost and Monarch fields win stop 7 Succeeds m Appeal to Hie High er Co in Been Non-Suiled In the'case vs.: Grant smith and -Comnanj and McDonnell in which the plaintiff was non "Llted by trial judge at.the time, on tha ground that he should have sued Mc- Kelvic instead of.the parlies named, appeal made has resulted in the plain- tiff hcmgfgrariled a "new trial: The appeal came-from Mr. Justice' Beck, llr. Justice Ivcs, ami Jlr. Jur lice .In delivering judgment Justice. Stuart :siates that 'the trnl judg" erred in judgment in dl reeling a non-suit on the gr'ouriil that the plaintiff should have sued the mair MoKeluc The original action one for dimages to the car of the plaintiff and to himself In running luto an open ditch on the faber irrigition extension a 'liming that tho plaintiff had MOlateil tht> Motor Vehicles Acf it vas held in 11 r, that this did, not denrne him (of Al Will Hundred I ins rights of tthjieisr kind i Anli-Drys. in the .City for Three Days Gm Glad Hand Proparatlcns In Lothbridge for the Convention :of the "Western (Canada Ir- rigation Association i hich .next Wednesday' afternoon in -the opei s j statutory aupioritj he defendant eorV I piny ere coiibtrticliog an irrigation jdikh across highytas hut so far au [revealed In the evidence as it slood at the (lose of the plamtifTs thc% had not compiled with fceclion 25 of the Irrigation Act by keeping that highway upen for safe and con tenlent traiel In tho present Colonial are fast ueanng The, accommodation bur- eau lo in full swing ana applications -for roomers and far rooms aro _ be-. ing rcceivcl and fllled ronstanlly Ar rangements for. the picnic stipner on night are about coiuple ed Tito local -.'.board. 'ot- control held a meeting iri board. ot trade offices yesterday, when Jamea secre- tar> of tlip was nresent II OF SEED WE sing and sigh, _____ ---------___ and mermaids scree'h la Julr? These rea OIVB that I through nor'fret'away my precious bank on one aure thing. .However cold the days may get July is wa) when I shall waddle in the anj swim about? play December days I 'do'' not ivaste In thoughts' of Christmas cheer, but sit and for time to haste until Julc is bore its come "told Julyl in glad and gleeful hafile I'll duds and fleetly n> walen uasle ill don n parple arirmnlpg logs and in rcep swia--ilng lessons to the frogs and teach them how to leap n c I shall ,In cool content while others b'ake and fry. Until I've pe_t n) last, ion" ccut 111 revel in i Delving into a piecs o'f fresh broken ground which they suspected of being a liquor cache, Bert'Ford, Lloyd Bouck, came across a, 'grue- some find in the shape of die corpre ot an infant.' 'The discovery was made ,ou Thursday night, on the edge of the cou'ee east.of the cemeteri while they were diving some cattle to pas iure Tbc matter was not reported to ihe police until Friday night, and investigations were at once set on foot Chief Gtjlesple, .with Coroner Hum-; phries arid Detectives AVallls and Egan proceeded to the spot and there found the remains to be that uf a baby two or three 'jays old.'evidently j of" Indian parents. Scout Heelcy was' called in found that ttie infant was that of an Indian named Small Eyes and Squaw..halong- ing to the Reserve. 'An Indian squaw Close Charge, stated th'at she had had njrc nf cjiiid and that it died from the effect of the heat. Obituary Mrs. Mary Evelyn -Murphy died yes- terday afternoon following oper- ations this weak. .Sirs. Murphy the wife of H, C. Murphy, night oper- ator at the 0. P. U. city office here. Mr.'Murphy known throughput the west, having Worked In'many'cent res of the prairie provinces. Gillis' Murphy, a taie his father's position during his father's absence kon his way to Brae- side, lo''Where Mrs. Murphy's body will be taken. A daughter, Mar- attends high school in Leth; bridge. -The family have only been in Lethbridge for febout three iiidnths. Funeral sen'lcea wero held In Pet- tcrly's undertaiing parlors this after- i Local Sunpl} Promises to Be itions Com ing m or Seed 'I ludicalltms are that be pknliful i-i Albe year. It is beUnvcdJ'there ample lu Biip'nly. the needs of tbose -J tuio lor rei e r PI ibe i soo-1 tr; for other- I lie Lothbriditc bureau e v, ui i Let abridge li In t L cujn (ion "1 in the of .liven'. ties i i this i V p ?iO. Impels :o a Lb nig "i IVo'r tint t le I Mi 01 Northern Deputa- Had Cheering Inter- w With Provincial Jlmtsters Hou. 'Archie ..-MacLean and C.. R. larnscr statcjl Mtliiug Mitchell have promised to give their company a c.-.r of rye seu: UT tha i fullest cp-operation to the Lethbridge wav fr i C-iga d 1.10 iSortucri Ir igalon District on tho efit He a'or ai NoH-Iorlhns of tl elr bonds Thev were suppj-y Tho willjibiled by Major MucHeston chief bncli 11 iboul i and engineer oi and Trustee .George Chen- tUiS'.vfeek.wIien'a round coiiierence was held on a num of import nt roaiters affecting the district Mr to bndgu yesterdiij5i morning -from: his visit to .Calgary that u's >isit was eatlsfactorj Mr Mac loan will sire iwha'evct assist anno he can, inithclping the district rush Its a i lit! ruling on questions effecting 'he bonds ha c 'W. A. S'Rvcns. -of Gras: -i-silie. ex- pecti e'git tloieard ITOJI li s cop li Hen iaii -it ill have to or Bvo cars of rve seed lo if'1 BETTER TREATMENT IMMIGRANTS U-GED the defenHnnts Here1 not the private 11 OTiicrs of property a d on their owp land They c vatlng it on the public highivaj had not obligation si fulfilled the staiiiton to make tho pi-ice ife i istel Trei it (i igra -r Clap e; o 1C Oil author u h i Imms Ice foi SENATE'DIVORCE INVALID FOR CATHOLICS OF QUEBEC MONTREAL, July Justice loranger this morning decided that a divorce granted by the senate, com- mittee to two Catholics was of no ef; feet in the province of Quebec. The case upon, which his' lordship deliver- ed his decision .was that of Mrs. Bcr- nadetto David, who sued her husband for alimony the husband secmng a divorce from her subsequent to the commeacement action.1 The motion fur the alimony was upheld by the judge, who decided: that a'mar rUge was indissol- uble in the oi Qnebec except by death. tnly TC I i 11 r t the the 1 i of bml os to the. Tinic3; 1 cti is Li i o Ur- rz deporlafiun Ci JIx f ci mo j[ e L 11 )3l I I' Ji I T o Tinad i SALVATION ARMY.SERVICES Ul Bandmaster Bar 20 f d mcjibers th" band will i i t iices Lieutenant Ras- comph with everything exacted b> tho Motor eludes Vet bhould DO clcmind eel of the plaintiff in order to ojb stantiate his case. .The judBmenl.further.held-lhat tho coudlllon in which the ilefendanis left the hlglma} overnitht could rcaeoimbh be found hj a jury to stlfute.a trap in the sense in which that expression has been used Ihp trespasafug cases. The appeal..wa3 allowed with1 costs anil .a ordered, with the plaintiff given the costs of the, first trial itf any event final, taxation. II. P. 0. and the de-J fendahla. -Rev. Andrew, Hamilton, of Winni-j peg, has-been married to Mrs. Marie] Garner, ot i and n review of the program was made no clmngcs w II be made' from the program published In The :HcraJd, eicept the overflow meelinK in the K-. r. hall on Thursday afternoon, Efforts are 'being made to obtain tho co-operation of 4n making the city. attractive, in appear- ance to tho visitors. Four hundred out-of-town aro ejected to crowd into lyCthhridEe for this, most important tonvcutioii. week and the local Ijoard of control rtosiies to .use'this to advertise that Lelhbridgo Is tbo centre of greatest, alfalfa JK.C., of .Calgary, and F. O, growing territory of Canada and .the I. for tha'pItrintliT, and Bernard, Bernard, 'coal proiluctloh as well. K. J. Dinning, Fred Spoon'er. and K.K. Harris have this work in hand and will ask ail merchants to dccor- ato their windows with alfalfa, tied with, yellow ribbon, and" some coal. Hugh Crawford hag promised to sup- ply. all .the .coal necessary this work.. The city Miall have .some special decorations In 'front ot It. Arthur Baalim is chairman of tho tr.-iiisportatlonicommlttee of the board today he is mapping the: tour to take-place before the picnic luncheon on Thursday night. The delfgalesvwitl ihrotigh the Coalftlo irrigation district and will viBtt abrne of tlie'blg farms arriving at the Experimental Farm 1 7 o'clock for supper. To allow the carrying out of this program tha meetings down town will close sharp at 1 o'clock. The Chinook Club has decided to throw ppeti doora to visiting male Mr.. Dinning announced at the board meeting yesterday after- noon that cards will bo Inviting, guests to spend their] leisure hours at the clnb. At the Experimental Farm the dele- gates.willbe treated; to something 'nn-1 usual In tho west. Mr. Downer has arranged for in up-to-date cafeteria service., A long booth will be erect- fid in the shade and from there each person will obtain sufficient food for his requirements. shruld be KJ ct d 01 r achln0 in do onlit to v heiif Although almost totally blind, two aged 32 and 33 years, are taking full courses at tho University of Wisconsin. The population of Peking according to tabulation by tho police au- thorities was o( which 725 were males. These Cunlllei, 100 Pounds-.of Moir's High Gracje CHOCOLATES IN BULK SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY AT 60c PER POUND. S. DRUQ'QIST, i Cor. 4fh AvCand 5th 81. PHONE 364. Y j Hand-satvn .Work a Specialty All ipur Guaranteed Give flatisfaclron Prompt Aittntion Given to Out- of-Town Orders j, mm 240 13th Street North Guaranteed Battery A written guarantee with ail repair work. A com- plete battery and electric Ser- vice glvitl., Prices'are less. KING (AND GARAGE Moclevately .priced makes a popular place to The If ale 212 THE, .-JEW' CAFE FIFTH STREET SOUTH With Meals iTomorrow Get your Sunday din- ner here. We have re- opened and are giving splendid seivice. We invite your patronage and believe we can serve you in such a way that you will decide to come again. The Commercial Cafe TWO DOORS SOUTH OF LETHBRIOGE HOTEL PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The otie..place where yon can set your shoes fixed just Tight. Orders called .for. and delivered, 418A FIFTH'STREET PHONE C53' 3 Doors South .Colonial Theatre We Are in the Market for More Milk The present price is per 100 flbs, for milk testing 3.6 per cent, f.o.b. our dairy. Sour milk will be paid for at b'utterfat price, which is per J.OO quoting an advance on Swept Cream of 5c per Ib. The present price is: No. I ,60c per ft'. Butterfat No. 1 Sour Cream ,52c per ft, Butterfat No. 2 Spur Cream ,49c per ft. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 TO.' r-i-. AbVERTISE CHURQHES TOPEKA, July mov- ing picture theatres have been enlist- ed as au advertising medium by thff Grace Episcopal here. -'A reel of pictures of the" church and var- ious activities such as those oftthe Girls'. 'choir prbfes- sional, a May fete ou the church grounds, the .Men's Club', the girls' summer ,'camp anil others, .has made and are showu twice a week in !local heatres. "Why shouldn't use tie 'movies1 o advertise our sail! tha Rev.. James P. deB. Kaye.'dean the cathedral. "Churches should get as close .as possible to tha people." The Wales branch of the, that the future all of its niem- ers shall wlthdtaw from military aid aval activities.'. John R. Luniby Whacked Bulls i Into Lefhbridge Away Back in 1886 After an absence 34 years. Mr. John Rawson Lumby, of the editorial staff of the Fort William Dally is .In the city today. In the summer of Mr. Lumby' was "punching cows for 1. G. Baker at whose store the Hudson's Bay Is now located. After so. many says, ha ,was complotbi-: lost irheri b.e' arrlTW iff' the the wonderful transfo tion that had Hi to locate l to do so he'ybnd recbgniEingj whAt'was r; the. spot; where 'the 'cainp. "where the -o. old bull trail ended was. 'V T M.r. Lumby Iiai lively recpUectio.ns? of, George 'Houk, spent three weeks-..while 'snfteiibiE from snow blindness.. IB-. quiries'as, sucji'as: Fredv Shaw, Mr. Polilnger, .who-was.iiotorr.' IOUB for the way in whloh he handled a team, and E. N. Dr. SlacVpbclo, of brother-in-law ol Mr. Lumby, and he is on his way to visit him in holi- day he is at-Jpresent Mr; Lnmby was the first man to jratllah a labor paper In the Northwest kndwii as the "Northwest :Call.r Cslgwir, at which time he -tot age. .It however only lasted' six weeks, as theoneandoflUy'printer'wu so inebriated with- tiei aaick- yvtttr- ity that he decided a holiday. ,V Soar Preaervlng Cherries, Eng- Lemons, per dor.' Morello's, larje buket 85o Orangw, per doz. a Raspberries, 2 baskets Grapefruit, 2 for .T. nd 75c 25c BLUEBERRIES, BLACK AND REO CURRANTS, BING ROYAL ANN CHERRIES AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. Holbrook's per bot 30c Holbrook'i Harvey Saoot, Saltlne Biscuit, 25c Airline Brand, Comb' Bulldog Ammonia Pk8 J MayonnalM, per btrt. Vinegar, brown or whjte, per bottle 25c Coffee, whole; around oVnulver- Ib 65c Tea.-Kerr's Special, per jb. 75c fluJck-Tapisca, 2 pkgc. 35c t Asparagus, CaHTornta brand, ffr tin J5o Llbby'. DHI pwTtl. 32o Palace Olive Soap, 10 for......Jv Clover Leaf Salmon, tin 2So GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY OROCER8 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION QUARANTJKD Made from nutntious, rich, cooilny and rofres.hlng. Speciaj orders taken for parties and suggest Neapolitan -Crushed Strawberry or Chocolate. VoiiVlll enjoy the-new hot weather delicacy WATER ICE IN ALL FLAVORS It's very_ popular.theso hot days. Tour guests HI! appreciate H WE DELIVER TO. ANY PART OF THE CITY. f Pfcbne 1929 We fhail to afiow you through our new plant. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. ;