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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NKW8 WHERE YOU EXPECT 5T THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1.920 LCTJHBKIDGE. -U.BERTA, PAGE Annual Convention of Southern .'Association Will Discuss Big Problems. ,Southern Alberta will. further Us campaign tor good roads Wednesday The Rhyming Optimist <8y Aline MIchMllt.) By day the old house looks so-dim, so battered and so gray; its angles harsb. Its windows grim, lt% aspect day. By day the gardeu seems so Email, its flowers so cheap and lew, the gaudy sunflowers by the wall so 'gETish 'gainst the blue. By the narrow pathway leads Into the (lusty town, and rank .oh rafik the .-pirate weeds assail Its herders brown. But with the. night the misty isoon sends 'down a tender light, what by day was out of tune. Is night. The misty mcfrn's a painter rare, who niahes.tho old louse" seem a picture In Its garden fair, a very home dream. And when its gentle radiance falls across the rooftree high, it lends a glory to the walls, a gleam of ,mys tery; little winding trail tbroiigh the narrow gate far, far away bj, hill whore' Great Ad oms for j vcntures wait 'Witoln the tangled gar a roads. Au aen.ciose when falls the'raoon's soft when delegates from many sections pf this 'end of the province will gather away bj, hill an4 A in the board ot trade rooms for n? (borough discussion on roads, __. interesting program been !r_w the hya'clnthf, the rue, the rose ed for the convention ot the Southern row falr--by night. When Alberta Good Roads and Motor Trat- ,ragrant deyB thick and we te silver mist on-p (j to Lethbrldgo by Mayor and the'mbon's an alche r.t of tourist trafic w light, to pearI'ind diamond dUdem LN. VI Board of Trustees Lays Plan Be- fore Chairman Charlessvorth of Irrigation Council to Short en Proceedings By One Month. Whiskey King of Montana Town Bought he- m'lsbi waylay th In the dust of the evening hi A very profitable meeting and 'one, It 1s hoped, fraught with considerable prorhlso to the farmers ot the Leth- brldge Northern Irrigation District, was belt! yesterday by the trustees ot that district. Mr. Charlesworlh, the chairman of the Irrigation council, was In attendance and discussion was hadj and Confederates Caught at Fined. Tho "Whiskey King of Great Falls." as he 13 known, Abraham Myers, to- gether with two confederates, Thos. McCarthy and Rudolf ComMaum, ap- p'e.ircd at the provincial police court on Tuesday afternoon on tho charge of being in unlawful possession of li- quor for the purpose of sale and each of'the-party was fined and costs by In tbe matter of booty seized It was made P. P.. In attendance and discussion. was had ab e p- foot ambushed himself where he gang. ,e came across U-ocsrs and Jumping out of his hiding place'held them up at the point of his giio. One of the men In Ihe foremost'car leapt out and got away, as did also the second car, but the consUbla held ou to the car with the three men In It and which was heavily laden with the liquor token from the the result they appeared in the court, depositing of good American money and a rich cargo ot liquor, from the cache which was' discovered there is oa Its to tbe authorities a further consignment of A MORE BIRTHS, LESS DEATHS AND MARRIAGES Let'hbrldge went better by three In tlie matter ot births in the month of Hay as .com- pared lo the .corresponding month last year.' Thfe number ot births registered vvero 33 as against 30 In May 1919. Mar- riages In May amounted tO'll as compared to 17 in May 1919. totalled 9 as against IS in May. 1819. A. f. In the city 22 cases'of has not accepted it. Dr. Wray look exception to the article Insofar that it gave tho impression he was going to leave Lcthbrlfije. Dr. Wray stated definitely that under any crcum stances ho will continue his practice In Ibo-OllTcr Block. Dr. Wray, while discussing the proposition, with .the Haymond authorities said he would 'rat worth was asked to carry the up to the minister of public works effort to bring to bear some of the power vested in that office -In short- ening some of the details in. connec- tion with the preparations previous to the bond election. The Irrigation Dla- from the-: cache from which the- re- mainder was loaded on a new Stude- baker.'Six to be conveyed across the line to Monlanav Myers was known to be In the habit of crossing the line periodically to booze from the Canadian to it is dndcrstcod that he wfll fonvard a paper 'on the eubject. Before, this paper U read President D. B. Harns will Klve an address out- lining Hie work of the association for the past year and some of the aims mid objects for the falure. w. D. King, secretary treasurer, will present Mi report nc-xl and will give considerable detail of Interest in relation to jhe affairs of the association. ,Wni- Cousins, of Medicine Hat, pres- ident of the Allierta Motor Ifeague, will be present and wlHtokc prominent part in tho. program. An open discus- sion, on liow to improve motoriusr.coii- dilions will be led by W. A. Blenner- llassett, ot Taber. and J. Y. Card, of