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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, JULY 26, 1920 LETHPRIDGE. ALBERTA. PACK SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist (By AIlM The swimmers are here again, they leek the jwinunlil rscSool. and t hough they praise tie main, they'd run for ikould It rmla, at many a jwimmlsg Far men' of every tort; BO doubt you know; them swimmers I choose the 'cuell reort. and la their pretty, suiU cavort with aockis and; parasol Lethbridge Likely to Have Carnegie oonj Negotiations Under Way Bertram Writes In More Encouraging Will Be IB Gardens 4 I HAS BIG PAPER AMALGAMATION til BE TIEN Off Eitreme Southeast of Province Not So Weil Off As Rest of i South Fast of I--; bbrldsc and coclaiu lie uhXy points In w'.i-rn -i-foft ore not good f i the blown -N-jrthern Utr ticii district.. received today by the Herald indicate I it crops u i n other sei-'lo ot !LD ioutli are In cotttli'-.j.; .inil c is s.tl reporter t Sonie a.iiil.iC1 Ij.is licsu done duriti: tlif pasl-.-.wk .by.iiail, aad at t s vicck ?f en eight n ami hailed Around Coal- dale t small area was Bllghth damag cd nail Da> ton estimates a tlilrty.u'u'sh'el I ollouiug ere reports receded DC hitor ccnditlon good plenu of moisture during Ihe.weck and no damage has ll.cch-Xitu'sert K'JUICC. OJu si showers thu weak. >Voout ten cent, dan done b> li 11 rsVle t ood slnucru at: M.' damnsc, II hh Hhci I lionets i o ila it ifec si 1 1 hours i in an I the beath cloak wiUi 'aocks anil Jl !s possible that the city are the xttlouoers hare a Carnegie Library, In 'the laten orer by the with book and chair which has ro far attended the more girt like a irhich teen opened peach the lamer It will to teach' "P wlttt Mr. James Bertram. that girl the alaplert stroke The 'ary.'ot the- Carnegie Corporation, re girl by Mr. W. J. Kelson, chairman with Hoppy on her of public In. reply to a I Si gi -A report U current that the .Saskatoon- Phoenix has been Saskatoon niftr bathing boots and parasols that she leu that nuld will swim In other equipment: means an Index to one's siill, but not In sylylan bathing scenes; for the girls who look like mermaid: queens cay prater, makes tlwih ill." They do their Bwlramfng on the jsand where they redlfte at ease, thev the sea shorn Is Juit grand, e'lll never leave the land to nade abore their knees But vhile the while and shining beach gets such a charming toll of swimmers who are-hird to ed the light and dim, waere swimmers screech donn at the ewimmlnc hol't It is a deep and loyel> pool shadow ed the Ight and'dfm, hare no'swimming Indeed, ft Is against the rule toMeach chaps! the Corporation ore how to swim' if tie proposition material now appear with btacb. and pool for goal but those whose zeal Is most sincere care little for their. Bwlmml gear, down at the swimming hole! II 1 rKla Excellent cltht liuirs rain tna iru Good warm showers dur me the :.Good; six hours1 rain the week aii hours1 rain and more 'moisture is neoded. Nohloforil -Good o( moisture and all bt damage bt hail Ese tilt tliis'wiirUorumeiico first 6t this week: two and a. half Inch- t pf I he per cent damage b) lull Osrrnaiigf.y-rKalr; Showers with ckzi hot ucather No damage -Good" sojue K Good two hours rain varm and i father Good showers im1 1 i t.ood good rain" H'a.clile.-srGobd.-: showers iiaO wana (I c) Good; showers aiid warm' fv had .few hours' rain. Monarclir-falr; cold and dry weatU- rains and warm letter from him the''tolio'wtag -hai beea received-from Mr. "Two circumstances are that money was made available for the erection of library for Lethbrldje eighteen ago'.- ;The ppportqhlty. was renewed over nine years ago and ISO per cent, added to the amount. If 1-ethbridge presents plane for a lib- rary building "that will' costv complete, .including permanent IndlV pensable furniture' and: futures, architecfa fee; or" on the other hand plans for a building at a greater; cost, the balance to be made up by'Lelh- bridge. I shall be glad lo present ellh: er proposal to our trustees, althouitli according to our rules'the item should hate been written off the books of It Is proposed to build the library la Gait at the cdrner'ot Fifth Street'and.Third Avenue the Bank of Montreal, In the Gardens, at the comer of Blith and Third, TO tho library, according to present plan's if sanctioned by ther Carnegie Cor- poration, there Till be.added a com- fort station, and it is possible that the building will also ne used lo house the Board of The Mayor, Commissioner Meecb, and. Mr. Nelson were a'ppoiuted a com- go on further with tho pre- liminary arrangements. Star, wWlo in the He- (inu passes into the pos- the Itcgina Leader, v owned Saskatoon. Phoenix. while W.F. Htrnian of Saskatoon 4> Star Itegina Post. If the report Is correct, negiaa one-paper ciilcs. t c- DIRECTOR OF RECLAMAT'N SERVICE IS COMING SHOCK OCCUfiS AT VICTORIA slight apparently by a local Was registered on the seismpgraph at Gontales Heights ob servatory-.this-rhorTiing at seven min- past eight o'clock. the.report of Supt. Den- nlsBqn', the tremor wan accompanied Mfgbt rumbling The shock uriji5C' Nothing .Had Been learned of; His Whercabouls Up Til! Late; Monday Up.to 3 o'clock Monday alternooh nothing further has been discovered with regard to missing Jackie King.! E. K, Drake. din-Uar of Rcclanmllou Service Is expec-l- ed in Lelhbridgo Wednesday' for ihe convention ot tho West- em Assoifla-- lion. Major Mucklvstoii, chief engineer of the, Wlhb'rldgo 4- Northern Irrigation' dlslrlij, r.nnouiic-cd laoiiilng! ASKS THAT BATHERS BE BETTER PROTEGTED It is hardly presumed that the littlc[ Mr. Poter Lund and Mr', ll. G: fellow was 'drowned, in that the (an-[ Clarke appeared at the citj Loubt.ll house of No: 3 rr.iae, outside which, meeting on on behalf of he was last seen, is about three quar-i Holiry Club asking that a nan UK ters.oi a mile from tba river, and In; placed by Henderson lake to tho 'Interval during which he .wasi Ifoc bathing in order to preiehl fatal! missed he hardly had tEcs ll was mentioned (hat there wan to wander down. j considerable ntk of children be'hg The iniseing child was dressed in a drowred unless some ona uas on hand raw silk blouse, small corduroy pants, white stockings, and while boots. He to gho assistance o glrU haJ escapes from droUnlns; uot Kumor of riussiblc 'Cancellation Is is Very Popular rr-tent Tiait to LetlibrldRO Charles Murphy, general manager. western lines. C.1MI.. intestigated thy inots bains done- by the trains' on llie to the Crow and itbrook. The results of his invcs- sliow that the train Is lin- ing u good hiisincss c.ud the qupnUon that servlco la- not being considered, the Herald has been Beth the passenger and the business un these trains arc .very anil if outo iho ottifi-'two trains II would Ire prau1' 3liv ililiHiFslble l f i! wi'h.liie Here Las be n j w U k in 15 t till) Crow rcWiilij- tlmt tile' J'Aj I lit seriito u I e- distont ui.d i ti I- rea tu 1 tho H against '.HI i 'ion Aplmij) therti Is lio "T the puiiii (c 1 I h i 'i I had no hat on. 'His hair is llgn'l, wllli. long ago Thcj had got Executive Council Meets Today At May Be Here good raina .and showers during the v-catlisr. II ood jvp.rnv iventL.lr. week. uood some .heavy rains some rains, ideal growing rains on twenty-first gayp plenty of moisture. Spring 'lota of mois- ture and no damage by hail or wind. light showers and eight hundred acres hailed out. extreme -heat dur- iiiS the week -with one good rain. Keve-h very, warm tvitli good rains. t two lours' rain but thai ivaj'.not sufficient. five hours' rain. Dow flyc hours' rain.' wariii with five Jiiore IB'heeded. Grassy good rain? since liiat report. I'urpje' four hours" rain. Icn hours' rain. Slight ib.niiigo in hail. CootI i-ains during tne week, good; good rains fiiriiiB. the lyeeK. heavy rains five hours' rain. one goodr rnln. grain is all h'ailcd biit.'Oiic gdptl rain mid no rfainape. Xcw Dayloii-'Fine: heavy r.iina an'l cropR look like thirty bushels to Ilia ncre. heavy-rains. Milk good raliia.nindo an IniproVEmenl. no damage by wind or worms and thsr? has been of rahi.- Today the executive council of the "provincial government l> meeting In EdmentoiT, according tr information received the Herald, and tomorrow day newi of Importance lo the far men in the North ern Irrigation dfatrlct 11 expected from Edmonton i j It Is understood the council win dlscuts matten brought to the attention of provincial rrilnlttera by Major GeoVge Chew during t'nrir recent to when they talked Lcthbrldge Northern mat ten It Is potilblc whatever an- nouncement the government may have to make may for the convention'of the'Weitern Canada Irrigation Ascoclatior. n :t Is thought there nosilhii'ty of P.remler Stiwart coming south for that occasion was felt distinctly in different parts of the; cf'ty. SASKATCHEWAN TO TRAIN V NURSING HOUSEKEEPERS iRKOINA, Sask., July. Mabel bray, formerly superintendent of the Winnipeg General hospital, has SieV supervisor for the TaJ.nirig" M 'nursing housekeepers in Saskatchewan; The plan for the Irain- ng'.of tnis branch for sefvico in fully qualified nurses cannot afforded, is being worked thesUniverslty, the lied Cross and'1 the Registered iN'nrses' Associa- lion of the'-proyince. POSSE SURROUNDS BAD MEN WHO SHOT SHERIFF, BROKE JAIL PENDLETON, Ore., July Two men, believed to be Jlni Oweni and. Nell Hart, who escaped from .the Umatllla county jail here yesterday when Sheriff.. T. O. Taylor was thot '.and killed, are reported to be suiv 'rounded In wheat .field five couthweit'- of Pendleton. >Xrmed. men were rushed to.-the scent When the home of a ranch- er waa reported robbed. A reward of. ft.OOO for the escaped era, dead or has been offer- ed by the.clty of Pendleton. JAMES MURDOCH'S SON DIE? CHARGED WITH'PCFUURY As a sequel to the against Brakeman Cayo of In re- gard to the theft of brandy from a keg on a freight car between Crop's Nest and Lethbridge, which was E. J. Weir, brakeman, '.who. gave evi- dence ,in the jami, apSSared before Mcgistrate Irwln at the city police i rt on Monday, alleged.to have com- perjury.: .The case was re- madded to Tuesday morning with the accused released on ball, himself for and two sureties of-fcCO each. OUT IRRJeATION onrl districls tlio petitions for the formation ot, an -irrigation tlielrict clrciilM- ed. The fomrn'.'.tffi appointed at a mcetliig in aimr lime ngo hjis got'down to bus- 'iness and the H't'tion be'ng rushsd, S. .f. Siripncrd, fiolhil- dr for the district, reported this, morning.'- ;N TORONTO, July James lyn BaslliliHfdockJ son of James jru'r- dock, vici'presldoht of Ihe Brother- hood of Railway Trainmen, aiid. {orm- er -member ..of the Dominion Board of Commerce, died at his parents' resi- dence here. oo Saturday. He was 22 years old. 4 WHERE'S YOUR AUTO? The 'irrigallon convention this year will he ihe biggest affair in, Ihc histdrj' of Ihe as- soolallqif. There will lie liu-.i- ilr-l'! of farmers ami uitipr TScy will want to sec 'district. O.in iiuloa arc needed i .vhlch will kc 'S8d aflofnoon starling''at 4 oclock. Two pfcnfc sup- Htra nre Included in thn trip. One hundred autos arc needed. Hero's your chance. 'Phone Ar- thur Haul I m at 1627. tf A Pleuant Relreit Which to Eat at This place become pop'ulav because the food Is so tally nnd enjoyable- anr! yet thoiis come here habttually tell tool there are various other attrac- tions almost as compe'llns the food. Trie pleasant .environ- merit, the iilort courtesy of oni- attendenla, the immaculate .min- cutle.y tha free- dom fro.-n. fitm.filcr and kitchen are that maha H bii'-in'liKotterll for people to iliii-.' You'll appri'r'iit-j tlrr-Verr! 'nnl and you'll 'lad ai reasonable pricoi., KIRKBYS .606 Tkird Avtiitie South HOME M Apt CAKES AND PASTRY New Stock PERFUMES 'GUERLAIN'S JICKEY RIGAUO'S MARY GARDEN DJER- KISS KERHOFF RIVER'S AZURE A 'RIVER'S SAFRANOR FIVER'S VIVITZ AEco n FreaH of HIGH-CI.ASS TOILET WATERS one black from a depth'uud Iho youhget j to Iho neck of tho elder i ing to got back to'shallow r Oni the .1 iul the v iy IMPROVE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION IN PARIS PAtllS, July stow and j inadequate Burfaco' tranBportntio.it expected to be vastly improved be- ginning next year when tho Uoparl- iiient of the is Paris and its suburbs, is to take over all sys- tems. DRUGGIST, Cor. 4th Ave. and Sth St, .PHONE 364. MOTORS LIMITED J3egto announce that tiR. GEO; ,pRIMM (foreman ,lias -severed con- rtection Com- SWANSpiy has .iakijn his place..' The Management feel that under Mr. 'son's charge 'the ser- vice will be still satis- factory to customers. Moderately priced makes': .this a-popular place to Yale 212 THE NEW CAFE FIFTH STREET SOUTH the Icasl soand b> the till (ircn for help it happened that Mrs Qilmore close b> Iho children and calling io her and ho stepped into the water got tho out oond v along the.I i'! the v iy a1) clinging 11 ti i> lirri k i if itleuJ ml bi-, ho Milt i u.ss htliu ion In PJI c water Nutj li E tlio 'i ll c ti t, For blacksmith's aii anvil over which is mo'umbtl nncmnatlc Imnimcr. tias beau'Invented MUTTON PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The one, plnco .where you can Bet your shoes fixed inst riglit. Orders collea for an-J. dellvcrcil. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 6E3 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre Sour Preserving Cherries, Erig- :lsh Morello's, large basket 85c Raipberrles, 2 baskets 6sc per'.-doz. OMptfruft, BLUEBERRIES, BLACK7 AND RED CURRANTS, BlNO AND ROYAt: ANN.CHERRIE3 THE LOWEST PRICE, Capersf'per b'ot. 3uc and 40c Saltlne Biscuit, i. i.... 2eV Bulldog AmmOnij PQW'der, per pkg. i5C Vinegar, brown or 25c Coffee, Whole, ground or''pillveir- iied, ptr 65o Tea, Kerr's Special, per Ib. 75o Quick Tapioca, 2 pfcg's. Jjc Hf'1.'.' I'." li'o Harvey p'sr Alil.nc Honey, each Royal Mayonnai8e> per bot. 45c Asparagus, California .brand. per tin................... 35o Libby's Dill Pickles, per tin 32o Palaco Soap; 10 for J1.0C: Cloves Leaf. Salmon) GEO. KERR GO. FAMILY eROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Guaranteed Qur New Steam Pressing Machine Will not be hard oti-your clothing. When done properly, pressing and ipoaglng will makfr your 'garments wear longer. Why; not have your pressing done by the newest pro- cets. Our prices arc'reasonable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Dry Cleaned Suit, Sponged and Pressed Suit, Pressed .75' called for and.delivered. Lee Duck ,402 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 Battery guarantee viilh all b...-ry repair work., A com- plolc battery and electric eer- v-ice given. Prices are Itta.' KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND We Are in the Market for More Milk The present price is ?3.80 per 100'Ibs. for milk testing 3.6 per cent, f.o.b, our dairy. Sour milk will be paid for at butterfat price, which .is per 100 Ibs. We are quoting an advance on Sweet Cream of 5cper Ib. The present price is: No. 1 Sweet Cream ,60c per ft, Eutteifat No. 1 Sour Cream-, ,52c Ib. Butterfat No, 2 Sour Cream ,49c per Ib. Butterfat Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 Like VELVET ICECREAM from pure niilrltlous. rich, coollne. and rofrrijWnjr. SocciP.l orders taken for parties atd suggest Neapulltiin, Criuhoil Ohorrlcs, I'lncanjilc, Hlrft'ivbcrry or C'locolalc. "Vou will enjoy Ihc now hot tvcttlhor delicacy WATER ICE IN ALJ. FLAVO-S It's very popular llinso hot dnys. Your guests will anprcciato It. DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. Phone 1929 We shall bo glad lo show you fhroujh our new planl. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. ;