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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHEKE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THUHSDAY, JUNK 10, 1920 LETHRRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN the Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Michaelli.) Oh. tho staart inau Is a wonder, with his (luck o( brilliant and It's" .liarj lo keep him under it he jusl eels started once. Ho is quick and he Is I knowliifr. understands the why end; how. ami he helps to keep things LITILEB0Y 4 NURSING MISSION TO BUY PRESENT HOME The clly BOlicitor has been -t Intruded to draw up an agree- men! between the city and the Nursing Mission by. Ibu clly will convey its interests In the ojd Immitjration building to the Nursing '.Mission at tho price of to b? paid In twelve equal annual instal- raents of including priu- how. and he helps to keep things go- j menu 01 iui.-iimjiis prm- !ng, dees this gink of lofty brow. YouiSotl of Local Fireman Wajking I "pal and five per cent, inier- Board'of TrmU: Will I'ass Hi-so- lution Asking Duminion 'tiov- ei'nmcnt lo l'iospei-t Mountiiin AVeiis." CUM bet hc-'s always winning, for >3 knows just what to do and ha frts aid Karth a-snluniiii: Just like she was i .spanking new. It is great to he i manter of a flock of ancient lore and io reel off Sanskrit faster lhau 'twas ever done before. Smurt guys feel jio hesitaliou when they meet Old Mau Cube1 Root. Mental Ktuuts are their vacation, calculus they think' iiulte cjtl'. Yes, their feats arc most sur- Today Without Brace as Result of Evangelist's Healing Power. cst, the said annual instalments to be paid In 12 equal monthly -I- paymeuls of each monlh. v Oil. liur! woni Ibai griisps luiinans like gold, is hexinnliiK to lako Ihi! uJ' li.Mle of Western i'an- prising, aud their game cannot bt-al; they are hound to keep on K ,0.lt ._wccl be ami tney no u tout every pDSslbili'y of l I learned fellow's iact, and tho gallery ,f h K fon a, ,e f L ht; To he handicapped tor nine years with :t ctnb foot and to be forced to wall; with a steel support was tho ex l.erienco of George Illskip. the year-old son cf George Hlslup, of the lire department. Today tile lad i.i ilhoul Hie aid of artificial support. Wednesday tlie boy was takou before Mrs Ainu- Sample Md'herson ai llio curling rink. Since birth Ihe hoy lias been with whom evervcnr was bapby, cvcry-j led with this fco1. and lio.ly crammed full of light; You have treatment for it continually. His HUM." always say-j father has spent many dollars iryhif ing what )i The following applications for natur altaillons wcrd.approved by Judge Jackson ul the DistrUt Cuurt on Wed nosday: John Jay Baker, Coutts.'farm r. citizen of U.S.A., canie to Canada always always say- father has spent many dollars trying IT. n UL n> should, :ill the dreary days to act the boy in shape in walk us his from Kansas 1511; Silvio Total Amount Will Be About Asked to Sanction Hylaw. beguiling with the magic of his mood? playmates uruiind the fire hall do. but Then I'm sure ynu have not was. not successful. Learuius as upon his words yon liunK, over' Ihe claims of Mrs. Mi-1'hersen lie look whether he was flurried by tho ancient, his hoy .lo her. As stated above tte Hebrew tongue. Yea, I'll .bet you've j boy is now walk ing and playing just ......rfnlv if hp unatomv other litllo boys and do. >ir- in the suhjcu i.ui man r-r.i.u as tno ueverncss '-nsc today, said that he brsliuvca the ft very Jolly; hut I'd have you note: hoy is permanently cured and that .he Ibis fuel.....fc'llrs can stand a-lol of folly has been shown Ihe right path, He discovery ot oil along the slope of the liock- ias Uf these reservations ext'Mid along foothills many believe thai fruiKVti'iit disciiverics would result from tlit- tiiiuulni; ol the reserves to reputable- oil outfits. Mr. Marnoch iiiaile very IstllB comment on the pro- position bui' salil that i'' ininlit be a jjcoil lliiKt' if the rlshl kiud of pros- pectors >vnre- in. One mciiilier of tlnv board expressed the opinion Hint only nrillsii suhjccls .should be allowed to 'prospect these districts. if it's sailed down with tact. PRICE OF FLOUR'DECLINES MINNKAl'OLIB. JlillV The price of flour forty 'cents on the local innrkcl. Fam- ily patents wens iiuolctl at 5H.85 to a barrel In-car- lots in 9S-pound cotton sacks. A weaker inartet was HaliJ lo be thp cause. makes it clear that the boy could v.a'.te bw'ore but- not properly. Mrs. .V.cl'hi'rson in :tll'her tliroughoul ihis conlt.ient has conduct- I ccl beniing In k and during ttw first week the sick and j affiicU'd wore tadiivani in going to but during tlic past few dnys she j has heoti besieged witli iiecple suiYer- -i-'iug from ninny anil reports indicate that throuyli'her failh -t- she itas performed sonic wonderful -t j hejlings. All ihe cases are untter observation, both by McP'nersuu and by mem- bers uC thfc medical profession of Lelhbridge. N'o one: wishes to offer any comment one.way or tbe other until sufficient time has elapsed to make them sure thill tlu.1 cure is i either permanent .or -temporary. On j Wednesday Mrs. ifct'hcrscn perform- ed over a number of people with rheu- matics, people suffering from decayed teetli and almost every disease com- mon to the human race. Grr.tUjlo, I.ethbridge, fireman, came lo Canada from Italy. 1909; Hans, Lucky Strike, farmer, came to Canada In 1904 from Korr.Hgo, Norwasr; Kaljdi W. Hodge, KorahostVfanner; came lo Canada. 1n. 1510 -from Laketpwn. L'tali; Oco. W., Holroyu, fifruieV.vWHrner, i-anio to Can-, cilia' in 1913 from Charles CHy.-lowa; David Wilson Yardy. farmer! iia. came to Cuniiilii. from King- fisher County, Oklahoma; Johu Stan-, delnianu, farmer, Giotiin. came to Can- ada, 1913, Swllzer- land; Cllflon MuLend. farmer, War- ntr, came.to Canada, from Ply- Arthur Kugene- farmer, StirlinK. came tn Canada, 1M2, from Payson, Utah; Roi llxsia- ger; farmer. New Dayton, came to Can- ada. 190S, from Eaton, Ohio. A bylaw will be shortly submitted to the taxpayers 'or the extension of sewers on 12th St. N'., from 5lh to Oth Aves., at a cost of on 12lh St. A, North, between 7th and 8th Aves., at a cost of 16th St. X.. be- tween Cth and 7th Aves., at a cost ot on 7th Ave. N., east of Uth St. lo 13th SI., at a cost of J2.25S; on 12lb St. S.. from 9th Ave., at a cost ot {700; on llth St. S., between Sth and 9th Aves., at a cost of There will also be a bylaw to he voted on for a sidewalk on lha south side of Cth Ave. A, South, from 13th St. eastward, at a cost of and street extension on 17th St. N., from 3rd Are lo 5lb Ave., at a cost ot ts.ooo. The bylaws have lieon forwarded to the liubifc utilities' board, Mtriouton, for sanction preliminary to their being submitted to tho vote. BANK CLEARINGS o Dank clearings fcr the cur- rent week JS81.507.0S, and for tbe corresponding week last year 509'J.S9W3, an increase of FINE LECTURE ON STRATEGY oV THE WAR CilWMSElL1 mm Terms of Sale Such That Prop- erly May lie Easily Pur- chased. In the Y. M. 0. A. Tuesday evo nine Lieut.-Colonel (3. H. Pearkes, V.C., Ml'.. a IntercRtrnir lecture on strategy displayed In the lato war The lecturer look his audi- ence to all fronts during the lute war, explalnlQg as he touched each how that by taking advantage of nat- ural obstacles, Buch as mountains, likes, etc., a small force couhl resist, the attacks of a much larger oppon- ent, thus permitting the defending army to use Its reserves In another H has been resolved by the city council thai on aud alter April 20th, 1920. alt property owned b.v the city tax purchase be orTert-u for sale at the assessed valuation, accent- ing to.the lasl revised assessmrut rolt, that the clly clerk and the city assess- or preparo a list of such properly shoving the sale pilco and forward copy ol thy same lo all licensed real estate ageiiiti in the ci'.y, with the In- formation 'that 5 per cent, commission will bo paid on any sales made. shall be a minimum of an amount equal to the 1919 ta-ccs. plus S cent. Interest on all consolidates ar. The lecture was much enjoyed by years; plus tax sale expenses; plus all present, and 4he thanks of the cost of obtaining cijinniitti'e In charge are duo to the press for the publicity given anil lo thu Y. SI, 0. A. for use of the Ktture hall. FORMER DEPUTY IS SUPERANNUATED ALBANIANS ATTACK ITALIANS IjOXDOX, June thous- and Albanian Insurgents attacked the Dunkaii brldee on .the Voyusa river and captured a party of Italian cari- bilicers. according to a despatch from Home to the Central News'today quot- ing the Urinritsi correspondent of tho Giornsic- (Vltalia. The telegraph and telephones lines were cut and shots were exchanged with Italian troops who are crsanizing'to attack the in- tbe despatch adds. OTTAWA, Juno G. -McCon- nell, retiring deputy minister of mines, has been granted superannuation on his own request. ng title; plus tha real es- late agent's commission; balance. be paid In nine equal annual instal- ments; further that It Is understood that the city maj- sell direct at tin samo price and on the same terms at the agents' list shows. H. Y. FUNDS f. i NEW YORK, Juno ex. change steady, demand J3.92; Canadian dollars 88.00. Lack of Public Support Is Evi- Are Not Elected. Macleod 'and LetliorJilgn mteresls got together on the subject of the llluc Trail and had a good round table discussion on good roads at the see- convention of the South Alberta Gooil Koads and Motor Traffic Association, held Wednesday in the Board of Trailo offices. James David- son, representing the Calgary Uood Iloads Association, was present and took a. prominent ceedings, part in the pro- Koo roads leading from the interna- tional boundary lo .Banff many mil- lions of dollars will be brought Into Alberta annually through the increas- ed tourist traffic.' Lack of Support Mr. Harris, in presenting the presi- dent's report, told of the lack of sup- port given by, Southern Alberta to Ihe association and also said that tho as- sociation, through Ihc efforts of two or three men bos been able lo acconv plish much for tho district, with INDEPENDENT- LIBERALS NAMED IN WINNIPEG WINNIPEG, June a meeting held here last night, H. T. MacMillnn, Neil Carry and S. Lyons iverc nominat- ed as independent Liberals to oppose the government can- didates in Winnipeg. For Gilbert Plains, a. Findlater, the silting 'member, was selecled as Liberal candi- date. llcprescntatives from Taber, Card- ston and Macleod were present and all entered heartily into tho discus- sions. Time waaT. not sufficient 'for the election of ofncijrs. Addresses were delivered by President Cousins, of tho Alberta Motor League, D. B. Harris, president'of the S.A G.IUJ.A., and W. King, .secretary-treasurer of the association, and by James David- son, of tho Calgnry Good Koads Asso- ciation. In his address, Mr. Davidson quoted many figures to show whai strides good roads are making in the United Stales and used them to compare Ihc efforls being 'made in Canada. He, with tho other.speakers, criticised the provincial govennnii'nl for not doing more for llio. ciiiiau for good roads In opening remarks Mr. (Alhcvla. During his Davidson proposed the formation of a provincial good roads association. UB- fore this should be done, he said, nt least Ihre'c local associations should lie formed, representing southern, cen- lv.il and northern Alheria. At the present time such jissoeiatUnis are or- ganized and in a year or two, the; speaker 'thought. a'ceiHfi'l tidily'ronW lie' formed, which could bo used for ciwci.TtwV aclfou when aiifiraachlnc the provincial government on subjects of 'interest to the asfcc.iiilion. Good Roads Money 'One billion and twenty-five, million nollars has IIPWI voted in the United States for the construction ol good roads, said the speaker. I In gave tills ns an inslauco to show how the KOVcrnmorilH and the people of thai country have awakened to thu necea idly for good roails and imolcil ap- prvpriatfon figures from many 'stales to sliow thill. AlhiTltL IK far trehind In Ibis movement. ;Tlie good roads movement, in the UniU'd Hiates is only llirfe or foui years old and at uri'scnt Albnrln Is jiist Vfhere the Vuilcd was at thiit time, rtiiirt Mr. Davidson. Good rends as a moans o( reducing Ilif) high