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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCALv NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1920 LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN 1 a The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Mlchsflis.) Set1'elnry: Dunning in Statement to Kntcpayers Asks Them "Not To Be Impatient; Secretary toihiy issued the following Informativs statement to tho farmers of the Xortli- pru Irrigation District: Some impatience has been express- ed by some of Iho farmers residing .within the Lcthbrldgo Northern Irr: Ballon district because of the delays The reason lor name is clear, fills nut upon Iho beach; you've hut to note, his swimming gear and heark- en to his speech.-you've tat .to see Ills antics capereon sand, to he convinced he could not nxago tlniswi.se save i" beachland; Hnst, glance upon his weird attire. AltnougU it's full of ease, where- would any utaii desire queer garments such as Yet hero, touched by tho beach- laud's spell, ho dons 'em-with delight uor 'will he need you when you tell him that be a fright. Would any laauy stroll auy; street with, shins all bare? Wouid any girl he'd cbanco to meet be doing up her liair? Woll, he-re In beacMaud's that's .ray Hie bcathfolk f ambol 'roimd. Staid maiden ladies mil and ijluy and screecb with fearful sound; white many a dam sel forty, and -scarcely passing fair grabs strangers like a drowning cai and yanks 'em by the hair. Hero father very bald and fat runs races oa tho strand and a rubber hat which have boon occasioned by some of sand. Yes, this of the preparations for inclusion of imd morB ihc beachfolk do; al the outlying districts who Imvo ex- lwavs most fun in stunts tllat pressed themselves as anxious to be a part of the Let abridge district. Northern Tho opinion oi uiany of these farm- where are taboo, that "strictly are.no! done! There is some.magic in the- air some witchcraft in the tha makes tho bcichnut always wear a ers appears. md have, been abandoned. The iiaclcod; district'baa submitted a-.pe- tition tbat has been almost unanimous- ly signed and.it has already been duly advertised in accordance .vrith the Irri- gation act. Their into the Leth- brido Northern -district is.....Ujw Bured. the fornirUiiy oi assessment routine only remaining to he carried.ont. Mr.-H. B, Muckteston, (he chief en- gineer, has .the surrey work nrcllm- sve.il under way, anil rby the time tha I debentures are" sold he will bavo percected tha work to the point where construction can proctcd with maximum speed. In-viev.' ot the conditions which have existed during Die past, tlirnc years, it is quite natural that the'farmers of. the. district should manifest, some imputtencp, to see the work started, to that it i3 time to sec-some- thing more tangible accomplished than has thus Tar beeti witncsstd. However, in a work ot tliis magni- tude, linked, up as it is with I tire' machinery, ami finding an it doee as thq pioneer project, .of its class, the criterion -by- which the t utiye gflrvcriih jentAl irriga I if M p w- jects will be-measured, it will be seen at once that this is indeed an under- taking In i which the old adage "hasle makes lyaste1' cdnW well be vindi- cated. been, the business of tho Board to make Uasiv--fn as great as the circiim stancca have permitted, obBerving al the same 'time the reatrictious to j which they have been subjected and I the practice of' safe business prin- ciplca, It is their wish that If there- any phaBO of the work thai is..not clear to any of tht land holders of thp. district Lboy ivili not hesitate to "come Rov. T, D. Jones, of Utmont, Alberta, vlll be in charge of United Churc'i, North Lethbridge, according to the Irst draft of the stationing commit- .ce, of the Alberta conference, Issued n EHmomou. .Tho soulhern stations iave been-tilled as follows: Lethbridge District Lethbridge Charles E. Cragg. Lethbrldgo (United T. D. Jones; Coaldalev Hubert' Bosom- worth; Tatar, Melville'B. Wlgginns; tacky Strike, oue Jared D. Taylor; Nemiscam, one want- ed; Iletlav, Harry. U Dougan; Lo- Fred Forstor; Iron Corcoran; Mon arch, to be supplied; Barons, Sidne; Pike. Ktrikom, one wanted; Macleod William A. J. Newton Wilkln son; MaclArf William H. Diy Fishburn, ono wanted; Pincher Sta tion, one-wanted; Bellevue, Harry Pet- ers, William T. Young; Hlllcrest, Gso A, Sander; Klrank, Medlc.ne Hat District Medicine Hat Allei C. Fairol; Medicine Hat (Washington Austin D. Illchard; Wadding ton, Empress, George G Pybhus. Bllndloss, to be supplied Suffield, Hay wood j.AJdersbn, George A. Steele Brooks, to be supplied; 'Bvremore Ernest Davidge; Walsh, Fred Barna cut; Fertile Plains, to. be supplied; Boiv Island, Verner, M. Gelbert; Bur- dette, Thomas J. Johnston. High River District High Hlver, Charles B.-Rogers, Sam- MA. BE! TOROXTO, June of Canadian Weekly Newsuap'er Associa- :ion weie elected here yesterday at :ko "annual meet ing'of the association, W. R. Davidson, Mercury, Renfrew, I president; V. C..Ereach, Times, Wetas- Llninl first S. M. Wlnn, Saskatchewan; J. R. Alberta; J. M, George, Mani- toba; J. Brlli8h< Columbia; F; Burton, Cardston; Alia.: R. G. Ash- win, Milestone, Sask.; J. L, Cowle, Car- berry, JIan.; J. ffj. Ball, The News, Vernon, B.C., we_re- elected directors. CHINESE NATIONALIST LEAGUE ANNIVERSARY IN CITY ON SUNDAY Criminal Sittings Disposes of Cardston Till JUdnight. The criminal session lias finished the Cardston holdup case and the result is the sending of ono man, Sennett Sherwood to the provincial jail for fifteen months. Woolt is still at large and George Triplet! and Xorrnan Pratt have been given their freedom. Clarence Stiilmau, who the vic- tim of the affair, is still held by tbe police. Trlpleit was tried yesterday and his case ran the court into a midnight sit- ting. 'He was tried by Justice Sim- mons and jury. Tho jury returned a verdict of out guiUy. Sherwood, who had pleaded guilty to robbery with j violence, was sentenced at midnight. I One Sunday in March Stillman was attempting to get over.the interna-1 tlonal border with eight cases of whiskey when a aJlefied consisted of Hoyd Woolt. Pratt and Sherwood relieved hiox of tue .-nhlskey and J130. was driving the democrat, which bad been hired In Cardston, and was charged in the court with beiog implicated In the hoid-up- Two days after the noldup Stillman was fined and costs for being in of this quantity of liquor. Stillman paid his fine. Now he is rest- ing in the bauds of tbe provincial po- lice as a material witness in the hold- up cases and, according to law, would have been a free man as soon 'as he concluded his evidence In the Trlplett case Friday, but iu the meantime request had been received from the narsh2ll at Choteau, MoriV, to bold him pending the arrival of an officer. Still- man f3 wanted there- on a charge of falso pretences. The Manitoba Nornial School has just-graduated 175 new teachers. uiiaiauaiti.uuiToU in the provincial police court Saturday committed for trial John Rellly In the nezi criminal sessions on a charge of theft. Roilly. the police allege, stole a harness from a farmer nauied Bettle at Coaldale iu January. Heilly is in close custody and will have to stay there until next Septem- ber, unless he is granted the privil- ege of a jpeedy trial before Judge Jackson iu the district court. The provincial police have bad great di cuity recovering this harness, they say, as It has been travelling around the country continually since January. It has chauged hands niauy times.--.; The Chinese Nationalist League will hold their fifth anniversary ceiebra-l tion on Sunday at 2nd Ave. S. H will commence at 2 o'clock in tbe afternoon and delegates will be pres- ent from many parts of Alberta. Rep- resentatives will also be present from Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. he affair more as a hoy.V mad )nde, rather than anything committed with criminal Iriienj. Tho position he hoys placed both themselves and .heir parents In was pointed out to START THEDAY RIGHT HUTTON PERKINS Steakers "Wo are now open for tdsiness iin sew' premises and as we aro iricreasing'pur staff, will be able to execute" all orders, iwomptly. U'ycur shoes are worth ujfas, have them (lone by the only prac- tical shoe makers in the business in the city.1 It costs no more. call fdr-and deliver orders to all piirts-ofllie city. 418A FIFTH STREET p'hfpNE 693'? 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre it's. What We Serve and How We Serve You That makes it' pleasant nnd at- tractive to dine here. Variety, quality, courtesy, all In the way you'll enjoy. The Silver Grill Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. J. L, MILLER, Prop. N. H. MURRAY, Mgr. Pure Cane Cooking Jlolasses, per bottle................... 25c Scotch Pearled Barley, pkg. 15c Two-Minute Breakfast Food, per, phg..................... 20c Toilet Paper, 3 rolls for 25c Sewing Machine Oil, large tin with spout, each .........22-; Grape Fruit, 2 ior 25c Oranges, sweet and dozen........... 60c and 75c Apricot Jam, per pail__41.20 Hutch Husks, per pke.....25c Red Plum Jam, f 1.15 Celery Salt Z7e all sorts, per Ib. 65c Salted Pistachio N'uts, oz.-.. 10c FRESH STRAWBERRIES TO ARRIVE SATURDAY. Tuna Fish, per tin, 45c Snlder'o large tins, each 22c Dairy Butter, Xo. 1 stock. 2 Ibs. for.................... Full Cream 'Cheese, per IU'. SSc Tomatoes, 3 tins for 4So Marmalade. Kelllers1. Dundee. per tin Krnmblcd Bran, per pkg. 20c Old Iirov.li Windsor Soap, 4 cukes for 25c New Season's Pure -Maple Sy- rup, plot bottles 60c Quart Tins........... and. Pure Maple Sugar, per cake 18c. aud.............. 35c and 65c GEO. KERR GO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED NEWFOUNDLAND .EDITORS WITH .BRITISH PARTY Nfid., June I1. T. McGrath, editor of tho Herald; Hon. A. W. Mows, editor of the Ad- vocato, and 13r. H. M. 'editor of tbe Star, are the Newfoundland ilel- crates Co the journalistic party who aro to lour Onadcv this summer with the Imperial press conference. QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KJngitonr Oat. ARTS rt of Ihe course be covered fry SCHOOL OF COMMRRCE BANKING MEDICINE EDUCATION Mining, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical ENG1NBUR1NG scunoL stwni July auil Augmt to ApHI ALICE KING; Acllni -MOTHERI f "California Syrup of Figs" Child's Best I.n "Canada's Best1 Accept "ColKornin" Synip of for iho name California on the then you are suro your child'la having the best artd most harmless physic for Iho liltlc stomach, liver and Sowels. CliUilrcn love its fruity taste. Kull directions: on each hotttc. You must aav The final choice of those who are looking for a piano thnt svlll yive everlasting satisfaction. THE PIANO USED BY ROYALTY AND LEADING ARTISTS WHEN VISITING CANADA. Sold on Suitable Terms of Pay- ment Write for Catalogiit and Prices. Willis Pianos, Ltd. HULL BLOCK The Lethbridge Aircraft Co., Ltd. Are Now Prepared to Receive AERiAUAOVERTISING AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTRACTS Stunt and Evhlbkiou Flying at F-airs, Picnics, anti Public Gather- ings, Flights daily, afternoon an-I evening, aciij- drome at Fair Grouods. Book your flight by engagement with H. H, FITZtMMONS PHONE 1673 MANAGER Exclusive Agents for Canadian Made Aeroplanes and Parts D, Hlglnbotham Co., Ltd., Druggists. A PERFECT FOOD {or BOYS AND GIRL'S You don't have to'urge or en- courage children to cat ico cresm is their natural tastes cravo it because their sys- tejna rcqulro it Too Greani is W0% a dolol- crious or harmful atom in nnd every element it contains Is pure food. Antl it's not only food but H'o also cooling, and thoroughly eujoyablo. Jco' Cream Is pure. It contains the tastiest flavors and ingredients. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 Step In Anytime We will.be pleased to show you our stock of lovely wool- i lens. You will he surprised nl the prices for such quality goods. Colonial Tailors FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE FIRE! FIRE I( your building had burned down last your In- surance have protected you from loss? Hotter check up. Wo represent only the strong- est board companies. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Bilmoril Block, Lithbrldji PHONE 65! INSURANCE AND LOANS Bo Sure 9 Board Company. ICE CREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS Nothing but the bsst Ices, crashed fruits and syrups uaod. Klrkby's refreshmenU aro dif- ferent and our service coals ao more than tho ordinary servlco.' 606 Third Avenue Sonth NOTlf F TO 1142 pASoE 1142 IV THE DRIVER W.LL MILK CONSUMERS On and after June 1st, 1920, our drivers will call at an early hour in the morning, regardless of toad conditions. Milk on schedule time for 61 Quarts, PS? SETTLE YOUR SOUR MILK ANNOYANCES AND Phone _ll 42 A. J. BUTTERWICK SON NORTH LEfHBRiDGE DAIRY MILK PRODUCED IN LETHBR1DQE, NOW CONTROLLING OUR OWN DAIRY HERO, The Place in North Lethbridge for Delicious Ice Cream Dishes REAL HOME GAKES, PASTRY AND BREAD Worth from tho farthest corner' of the city for North liethbridge Bakery THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH ;