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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS'. FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1020 SECOND SECTION .-a, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN I Chairman of.Irrigatidn Council Will Be Here Monday Conference. L. (J. Cliarlesworth will he In bridgo oh SlOnday for a conference on -irrigation matters with those interest- ed in' Uio-promotion of the Lethbrldge Kortlierii project, A telegram con- taining this Information has been re- ceived a{ the officts of the Korlhern. A request was sent to Mr. Charles- worth to coma to Lcthbrldgo to glvo his interpretation on a number of clauses in now Irrigation bill. Mr. at tho lime was'attend- ing tho Dor-jnlou coiiventloh-of good roads' enthusiasts iu Winnipeg ond Ills reply is given above. Tho board of trustees ot the Loth- bridge Northern arc anslous to bring election for tho district as eoon us possible-, and they deslro Mr. Charlesworth to straighten out a (e-w doubts. The trustees consldc'r that it .is possible, if'.some clause's can be given ii ;leuient 'interpreUitiori to bilng the eieciion on not later than August 3. If n considerable iunoiint ot red tape lias to bo gone through because of the application of tho Macleod district to bo Included in tho Lethbrldge. North- 'crn, it is possible that the olectioh wlli Jiot be held until September. The trustees desire to have the election The Riming Optimist (By Aline'tMlchaelts.) Ob, there are loU of of light to keep thp pathway clear when the sun fades with the night, the. little stars are here. It's true their rays are not ED bright us Js the day's great king, but whea I see .their twinkling light, 1 always waia to alng. They seem so brave, they.Ebtno EO far, they make me. glad to know the light from such a distant star can show me where to go. falling beam "through midnight's darkest gloom, a glory and a gleam, (hey (ill the world .with bloom. For It is true the whole way through, although some sriat light djes, some other light will shine'for'you, a-blobm in life's dark skies. The one great hope, the one greal'laye, these some: times fail and fade; hut how serenly there above the .stars dispel the shade. The star of trust, the 'star peace, the star of calm contest, theso bring to pain a swift surcease where'er their light is spent, .And brighter as llie night grows ot friend- ship gleam, 'the.thick and-.dark the shadows' creep, strong Is tlieir con- stant There' Js the light, so clear and while, of faith that all is well? Uioro'is the .radiance, tender, bright, ot calm iv'ord's: 'cannot tell. Then there aro lovlrig words (or light and light of childhood's cheer. How sweet 'they gleam, hay pure, how bright, the stars that still'are near! Tho starlight's fainter than tho day but abl.how know that when tho sun has passed away, 'tho stead- fast stars will-glow! ind were unbranded. To cover up ds traces the accused, U Is alleged, ;ave bills of sale (or them though at be time ho was cot the owner ot au'y attle. It was further alleged, that, apprehensive o( proceedings against him, he went to those to-whom he had old the cattle, offering to repurchase he'm ou condition that he to glveri'a bill ot sale post dated. It Is al- eeed, promised to .return the cattle t he got off at the trial. The case against Hartal I Is one that has been reopened. He had. been ar- rested before, but no charge was at :hat time preferred against him, ia .hat it was taken as: a case for civil action. The police, however, had kept heir eyes on him, with, the result ot nia errtat. L- cattle stealing was heard at Nauton whore, on tho alleged charge against him, Geo. A. HUlock was committed for trial. Boh Long.says: Shirts are Ibe bat made, Ihtjr are roopiy mad comfortable. I designsd thtta vllhUie Mel thai you to ftictch your tmi and lep erc- "catlonallj." A winwr in (he BobLeu{ IIM of ii'the Hickory Dick Jr. A.It yoar deileir far this weiri Hire true friend, your dealer for 59 lha UJ Bice Overall the cloth that itaniii ItBt. Intlil tit "Bet Long'' Brands BOB LONG UNION MADE Overalls and Shirts R. G. LONG CO., Limitod TORONTO Sit Ltfl Braail It CWi lovely wool- lens.- You will bo surprised at HID prices tor such quality goods. Colonial Tailors FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK LF.THBRIDGE A POLICY IN THE farmere Fire and Hail ine. Co. Either on youv buildings or on your crop, protects you against all loss and gives you security that is worth many times its cost, even though you should be so fort- unate never to have a loss. Place your application with local ascttt In your town or with us. Suite 6, Oliver Block, or write 113, Fiox 856, rxHhbrldgc. PHONES 455 AND 644 The Farmers Fire Hail Ins. Co. A. M. KES3LER, DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE ;