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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD F UTE LOCAL NEWS THUKSDAY, JULY 29, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Nearly Hundred Members From All Parts of South Gather For First Re-Union One ol the most enthusiastic ro-un- FRAGMENTS AND SAINTS MEET FRIDAY NK5HT MEET FRIDAY NIGHT _ loos of veterans, of "particular units at Atom Park- Ovtaf was that of the first annual re-union to slckneu the CiJliea are an- of the _ljth Overseas Mounted 'nines; to Held lor the rej- The George's will St.. held.. In" (he city, at tho Masonic hall, on Wednesday night. There close en, a hundred of tho boys prei- from all over thOr'KOUth country. and there were many handshakes and the relation of old time camp exper- iences among comrades who had ifslh- ere d together. The proceedings ot the evening, which consisted of a banquet and toasts: trllh a dance following, wore considerably enlivened by tho orchestral progigmme of the G. W. V. A. orchestra, wider the leadership of Mr. C. Beresford. The playing of the regimental .march lune "John the wildest enthusiasm, 'the boys' took up -the Chorus and the or- chestra -was given a regular cheer. The meeting was presided over by Major W. A. Lyndon. An impressive parfof .tlifl. program. was the-toast to "Our Fallen Comrades, drunk in sll scheduled game. The game will The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Ulthaolii.) No doubt you have heard of thai funny old bird who "spent twenty years sound you may think of his nap as a'sort of a snap and 3 way! to make living most cheap. Gee! -it must have been queer ai he slept by year, while the stiver c refit Info hit hair; M he peacefully fsiiqor.- ti, his dreams Mn amused av'd he had not a bother or care. Through cold tut the theikett, through the changes of war and of peace, .old Rip snored Archie Mitchell has i fund of coin- away, every night, every day, and.'It sense and a'full appreciation o.f TREES INA1! Arch. Mitehtll'g Tree Car Giving Splendid Impetus to Tree Growing Down East Paper Talks About His- Long Sendee and His Study of the Stan ehce and follov.-ed-by the "Last played aa a cornet solo by G.'Mor- row.- Mayor Hardio replied to the toasl o( "the referring to the noble, p.art the_ 13th, with, the others, had taken in maintaining) ifreertom of, the British Empire.' TlieHoast of Guests" was re- sponded to by Brigadler-Oeneral Stew- Art who.in the course of his remark, dwelt particularly on the pride he felt in owning tho private's badge d( "John Stewart of thn Slrathcona Horse" ID the Boer war. Ho felt that it therb-wag-'any'answer Iti'the ques- tion as to who won the war it was the iiiari who carried the pack, and the rkhl of; tho. line will in the future be accorded to' the infantryman. The popularity 'of "pop" was shown by the orchestra. immediately after his speech, breaking out Into "He's, a jolly good fellow" with the audience Joining In.- Major Brown replied .to the toast of. the regiment proposed by: Major Lyndon. He said that if the war had to be (ought all over again he would not.want a greater privilege than that of going lo tie front with the boya ot the Ij.th. "Bob'1 Swift in speaking re- ferred to, Cojbnel'Kemmls, in the ad- miration the tipys had for him In his ng the ranks, and .working way. hack JLO commissioned rank, had mada gbo'd "under great diffi- culties. The 13th had the unique dis- tinction among the Canadian units of possessing three C.'s. Harry Tuck- er niiUe. a protest "against the govern- ment he held that the "farmers only bad-been considered in the mat- ter of loans to go on the land and that the others should have the same priv- itego in regard'to other business voca- The toasf of the press was reJ rlicd to by W. A. R. Cocq who con- veyed to the gathering tie regrets of AV. A. Buchanan, M.P., on not being able' to be "present In that he'was billed for an address that evening at the irrigation convention. Dave Grler, on, addressed the meeting, re? fcrrlng terms to the old 13th ip jnbom. there were members ol those present was Ed. Maunseil SI Macleod, who express, ed the great pleasure he felt in being there.' .that ho never .would ceaie'. Though' the cause he 'only knows, it Is safe to suppose such a life Is ceedlngly tame. I am aura I could feel, if I got such a deal, I had (kipped far. too mnrh.of ,the game.- I'd be tempted to weep, because :durins ray I sleep, I had missed all the new-fan- 'Bled stunts; it would be such a strain on my poor little brain to meet and airships at once. Rip Is known' everywhere and most people 'declare that at sleeping he has the world beat; but 111 say, for a fact, though It night cot show'tact, there are othws right on my own street. And some people don't use magic spells for their snooze; they sleep .while they dance and they sup. They are (By John Duke, in tte Toronto Star Whei Weekly.) i the members of the Canadian Maunfacturers'-" AssociaUon' vlBittd Lelhbridge the other day on their way to the BrteXien. H. P. Mac- donald, D.S.O.; Kcretai? of the Alberta Industrial Development Association, introduced the Mayor of Lethbrldge to T." P. Howard, chair- man of the C.M.AJ, the ''WUard of the West." AVhether or Dincan Hardie can termed n "wizard" is a matter of opinion, but the Athree -Or. four hun- dred'people whose :.Jives; he has charted out grant him that-appella- tion. Mayor Hardie has one engrossing hobby; he is an astrologist, and most of his spare time is1 spent in de- lineating the -stories- the stars tel! about certain people." .He'.does not follow this fascinating for THOUSAND DOLLAR FINE SELLING BOTTLE BOOZE SASKATOON, Jnly of the heaviest floes.- ever Imposed in Saskatoon courts was levied by the city police maglairate here this morn- Ing, when he ordered the Busy Bee Wine and Spirits Company, a whole- sale'llquor'firm', to pay, and costs. The' company was found guilty on a charge of Illegally bottle of whiskey, ll-was tho flrm'a second sffcnce. are. examining the grade at the Clearwater on the Waterways railway, on behalf-of the Alberta Sorcrnment. Th( intention of the sovernment" to complete the track- laying to steamboat water on the .Athabasca at McMurray this season. what tree-planting means to the prairie, farmer, which he made the most of in interesting and In- formative-talk given, in the tree- planting car which is on a visit to the 'city, on its a'number of farm- ers and others, da Wednesday, at the close of the afternoon session of the irrigation convention. Mr. Mitchell pointed out that a man nd a, team could plant a thousand trees in a this was the average that should be to the acre on a farm. and .that two men could plant two acres-of was no diffi- culty hi planting these trees and none whatever in .the'pi ant ing of the Blips, such as Knssien-ipoplar, which were 'only nine inches In height and grew UNlf ED CHURCH S. S. PICNIC, GREAT SUCCESS The United 'Sunday school bad an enjoyable picnic at 'the Experimental Farm At tbo close of the tea hour Mrs. Aiinetts, .superintendent of the department, was aentcd with a silver pitcher, one of the little tots making the presentation on behalf of the department. Mrs. McIIvena, representing the teachers ,of the Primary and Beginners' depart- ment, presented Mrs. Annette with a book. Mr. and Annslls and fam- ily are leaving .the city to live in To- ronto. "BANK CLEARINCS This week .......J This week last year S8 worse than poor Rip. for their niejlp eight feet in the course of three of the pip is so bad they will never In the planting of these slips wake up! )t Wa8 essential that they should be lural schools and colleges in practical tree-planting In the way et digging and putting trees in. Mr, Mitchell gave some very pra'c- tical jlluetratlons of how treei should be.pia'ated In the six-acre strips on every quarter-section with the space underneath the trees, planted four feet apart and six feet from the neit row, filled in with'carragana and other shrubs. This wosld hold the mois- ture and help trees on. All the cultivation trees needed was for three years, without taking np much of .the time of the farmer; once es- tablished they would look after them- selves. Fanners should not make the OICUBO that treo-plaiitlig time came with.seeding timo. The two or three days necessary for tree-planting could' be' tacked on to the end of the seed- Ing season, and nothing would be lost in the process but much gained in what trees meant to the farm. profit, hut few' people haW siren him the date and hour of their birth who hare cot received a few days later a.-rolmnlions docnmOTt, illustrat- ed with his of xodtucal signs, that sketches in an nnciiiy war their and the of tlje events of their life. The C.M.A. ladder by consummating a deal that him one of the great- est merchant princes. And both royal prince and merchant prince died at th.e same hour on the'same diy.' But bis astrological delvlngs ar? not the only thing for which Mayor Hardie is notable. He has been Mayer of his city longer than T. L. Church' has been Mayor of Toronto, as he now serving his eighth year. Daring that commissioner of finance he has kept Lethbridge's affaire in fine shape, and while certain other towns and cities In the West have de- faulted their obligations, Lethbridge- although saddled with a street rail- way it never needed, which Is losing a year for the'city, and which only Mayor Hardie opposed in tho "boom" clays, baa kept Its slate clean put ia tightly into the soil; all that was necessary was a dig in of the I with party, for instince, in a f few 'hoars. after they left, Mayor wrote iiy> era! foolscap pages about their chair- man, ME 1 ife and personality, m erely from the birth date which was given to him by Howard. Mayor Hardie discovered many interesting things' during his delving Into astrology. He has found that of all men pf the war, riot a single one was bprn '.under that coin- cidence of signs that indicates the of great intellectual power. David Lloyd George, Clemenceau, Pre- sident Wilson, Field .Marshal Halg, Marshal Focb, and the others were all born under "executive" rather than "intellectual" signs.' .All the Hght of day first the heaYens In either Aquarius, Capricornus of Sagittarius, signs which Indicate leaders of men. One would think that aitrologists would have a great .deal to explain in determining the life of i rbyml prince, whose career, it would mapped out from the moment of his birth by reason, of his royal line- age rather than by the conjunction of certain planetary signs. that Is why Mayor Hardio did not read the 'stars for the Prince of Wales when the heir to the' throne visited Lethhridge, but at leant, he offers an incident to prove his theory that even royalty is impotent to run its lite contrary to astrological indications. AstroIogisU hire on record the life of one of tho earlier Georges and a navvy who was born at the same hour as the royal Prince." It seems started to school, In, different schools of course, on the same day. When the prince received .a decoration the navvy received .promotion. -In his work, until on th'e "day -tho; Prince be- came King George the man who was born in one. of the poorest of Eng- land's families reached, the ton of his ATTENTION IRRIGATION VISITORS WHILE Itf THE CITY WHY NOT COME fp OUR SHOW ROOMS AND CHOOSf THAT PIANO YOU WILL BE BUYING THIS FAUv WE WILL BE GLAD TO DEMONSTRATE TKt' WILLIS PIANO, "CANADA'S YOU FULL PARTICULARS REGARDING PRIC- ES AND OUK EASY PAYMENT WILLIS PIANOS LTD. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, HULL a commission gOTerament' in force. Tbe Mayor ot.Lethbridge is ntore than a flgnrenead; he is privc- tlcilly manager of tbs city Jn aflairs, Mayor Hardle'i calet battle cry is "Home rule for cities." He would abolish all proTln- control OTer.city gOTeroment on the theory that provinces no responsibility for the mis-: they tllow'the cities to make ahonld hare not dirtded the authority, KIOT8 IN BERMUDA HAMILTON, Bermuda. July 27 One militia man was killed and wounded Saturday nljbt at St; George's prison when the giard flred on a party of militiamen alleged'to hare -been attempllntr to release a military prisoner. One soldier of the Royal Sussex regiment waa badly wounded. A court of inquiry Is 'In- Tfestlgating the Incident. ,TO RIVER VJEW GAMP St Mary's Lake 25 Miles from Cranbrook Fishing and Sost-v ing, Scenery Write Early for Reservations Mrs. Dickson St. Mary's Laks, Marysvllle, B.C, Windows Seasonable goods are always displayed, and prices are right. We handle Gin Pills which we highly recommend for all kidney Price 50c per box. S. JACKSON DRUGGIST. Cor, 4th Ave, and 6th St.' PHONE 364. spade, i the insertion of the slip, and Oppressing of'the ground with the feet. Whet it Is realized what trees mean to.the farm'he could not under- stand, any farmer being without them, particularly when -they could be ob- Nor could We understand why the women on the farm. In the relation of trees .the making of homes, would not insist that" their men'should plant trees. It Now the great regret, said Mr. Mitchell, was that tree-planting has not been gone Into long ago. What a differ- ence it would ha-ve made to tha prairie farms of But the omission needed to be remedied and'energetlcal- ly remedied. ,WithMhis he instanced what had .been done on the Pawson farm, irrigated area, where trees planted along the irriga- tion ditch made the adjoining pasture free from wind, .and cattle were able to lie down in while the windstorms were raging with their dusfc ..He system of planting trees along, the ditches irrigation felt that shduld.be a distlndt'iWlIcy in.the nev IrrlE ed. HUTTON A PERKINS SHOEMAKERS The one you can get your shoes fixed Just riglit Orders called for and delivered. 4UA FIFTH' STREET PHONE 6E3- 3 Doom South Colonial Theatre PRINCE GEORGE PIONEER WAS BEATEN TO DEATH PniNCB GEORGE, B. July 29.- A posse is hunting In the hills beyond Mud'rlver, twenty miles from Prince George, expecting ooon to arrest WI1- hElm Ogle, a German, who Is credited with the fiendish murder of Thorao Dodds, a pioneer of the district. Ogle ah'd'Dodds had been rival liti- gants arid recently Ogle was bound over the peace. Wednesday two boys reported to the police that they saw Ogle attack Dodds, who was quite ah. aged hian. When the police arrived Dodds head was found beaten to a Ogle, alter the murder, had relume to his shack and with food, ammuni tlon and two rifles Quickly took to the hills. A Pleasant Retreat at .Which to Eat This place has become, popular because tho (ood is so tasty and enjoyable and yef tlibse who come here habitually toll us that there are various other attrac- tions almost as cqmpe'lins aa the'food. Tho environ- ment, the aloi't courtesy uf attendant's, the imrnacijlatn nap. ery, cutlery free- dpm froii summer heat and 'kitchen are all. factors that make If an inducement for people to ilinu here. You'll ilic etnd fnod .and service you'll linl horo at reasonable prices. KIRKBY'S 606 Third Avenue Sooth HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY PAGE SfcVBN II New Irrigation Block Away To Good Crops Will Be Worth Acre Mr. Bugler Wag Loser- Lightning Kills Ball Team Loses (From Our Own WARNER, July terrific electrical storm that passed over here on Wednesday night. last, was rtbe worst eiperlenced in these parts for a long time. Mr. Moban had the mis- fortune to lose one of his homes by ightning. Mr. liugler reports a leavy loss by hail (luring the same storm. Rev. A. S. Caugbell- preached a 50od nermon on "Life Kallatment" In the Erangellcal Churtb OB Sunday evening laEt. The local boys motored to Fore- most on Monday afternoon, where they were defeated to too tune of C to 0. Seo what happens on- Thurs- day In (he return game; Mrs. M. Caldwell entertained on Thursday In honor of .Mrs. Kosparl, of Sheldon, N.D.. Fifleen former ac- qualntancej were presenl. Miss Brwin and MIsa-Phlpps speut a week TlsitinK with Mr. .E; Haing and family. They left this week for Banff accompanied by Miss V.RalDs BeginninB on Friday .p.m. a minis- terial and Christian workers' conven- tion will be held in the'Evangelical church. Visiting ministers are ex- pected from several appointments in The progress made by tho new set- tlers" ou the Canada Land and Irriga- tion Company's project near VauihaH has up to present, been extremely sit- Isfactory. Water was turned on to these lands about June 1st, this year, and has been used, so far, to Irrigate, about tour thousand acres. ,The larger part ot.this acreage -was broke'n last fall and seeded la ths spring, end the returns from this four thousand acres aro estimated at or nearly JTO.OO per nere! This result Is ?ery gratifying for a first year yield and splendid augury for the future. It was only a short time ago. In fact last year, that this land for Jhe' moat part was entirely raw prairie, and now thero are four thousand acres under Irrigation and producing crops, and many fine residences and farm build; Ings. The fact that there aro so many valuable improvements and the crops are In sucb excellent condition speaks highly for the energy and tho farmers of this new community, and there Is.little doubt that, with, men of this calibre operating Vauihall'Distrlct cannot help becom- ing famous in the near future. A set of pictures taken recently' In this district shows, better than words can describe, tho state of the crops and tte Improvements that are being made. These pictures will bo on view: in Hester's window (Alexandra Hotel Bldg.) during the irrigation conven- tion. A representative of the com- pany'will bo on hand to give any'iti- formttlon, desired.. Alterta and Saskatchewan. The ec'ji- ventlon will Continue over Sunday. Special muslo' will be a feature these services. Several from Warner and the 8ur< rounding country have within the jiast few -weeks enjoyed a picnic at TOiter- ton Lakes. Irrigation areas when work was start- liken to Instruct agrlcul- A written guarantee with' all battery repair work. A com- plete .battery and electric ser- vice given. Prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND Good Food Moderately priced makes this a popular1 place to eat. The Yale THE NEW CAFE E12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH We Are in the Market for More Milk The present price is per 100 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 IDS. We are quoting an advance on Sweet Cream of 5c per Ib. The present price is: No. 1 Sweet Cream .60c per Ib'. Butterfat No. I Sour Cream ,S2c per ft. Butterfat No, 2 Sour Cream .49c per tb. Butterfat Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 Grape Fruit; 2 for 25o Cantaloupe, each-......... 25e Oranges, per doz... 65s Ibs, Hlp-6-Llte, n ready to use marahmallow crcmo..... 35c 45o Bartlett Pears, large tins 60c Cranberries, per tin .___ 40c Snider's Soup, large tins, ea. 23o Sardines, King Oscar brand 25c Sardines, Jutland brand I6c Herrings in tomato sauce, 2 tins for.................... 35c Palm Olive.Soap, 10 cakes Alfalfa pure as tho bees can make jar 85c Sealed Mustard Pickles) per 60c Onion Pickles, per jar 50c KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE .AND SATISFACTION We Can Supply a Few More Ice Cream Parjors in Sbutkern Alberta and Crow's Nest Pass with VE LVET This ice cream will increase your business. People will talk about your parlor if you sell it. [Write'for terms and particulars. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LIMITED LETHBRIDGE ;