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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGE EIGHT 'THE LirrHRmnov: PAH A" HERALD FRIDAY, JUXEH, 1020 87 Years of Service Irrigation Has Helped Material- Increase Looked To. (From Our CRESTOX, June In-. specter A. McU Fletcher last. week completed iniiinl survey di Valley lor Dominion lierik-jit'jrc department and slates that as co.ur.ii with last, year the is for an all round increase in frtiit -.Top 01 ill least 25 per cent. Apples wili be; at leas? that much -Jn advance of' other seasons provided the June drop; is not abnormal. Plums are liable to I Tiave an year, which will be sooi i revs to growers, particularly with j the ever-present prospect ot a sizar) shortage. U the season is normal' strawberries will show a lite increase I apples, the improved irrigation systems at helping uiatcriai- ly to increase Ibe output ot iheae. C. U. Robinson of Nelson, Dominion fishery inspector for Kootenay had an official look OTor the streams in this section tho latter part of tlio week. lollowitfg a request that a close sea- son tor Ibreo years bo placed on Sum- mit and Cirn Creeps, to give ample opportunity for re-stockins from Kootenay River. It is possible a con- siderable quantity of eastern brocS tvoul try will lie placed in mea- dows tributary to Goat River ivith a view to augmenting tho fish supply in that stream. Public works Engineer Ilamsay was here yesterday staking Die grades. etc., tor the stretch of permanent road- way that is to Ixi put down this sea- sou. A start will bo made trom tho postoffice corner and continue out to at least Crawford's bill. This stretch ot highway carries the bulk of the traffic to Canyon, Ericsson and Listor, HE well being part ot the proposed trans-provincial highway. Three ot the four Indians who were up in .the police court on Friday OH charges ot obstructing the provincial police, shooting deer out of season, and wrongfully branding catlle, were let oK'with fines raagiog from down. The young buck who was ap- prehended handling bogus cheques was given a jail sentence. Indian agent Galbraith ot ForC Stcele, was here looking after tho reds' Interests. Seymour and Smith, fire puirols at Corn Creek and Lookout, went on duty this week. To guard against the possibility of forest fires Ihe department lias issued orders that tills season there shall be no permits issued for burning of any sort ufrer June Slli.' In the past the de- puty iire warden Issued permits all The foundation stone of any Bank'j success musl be ser- vice to the public. The 87 years of steady growth of this Bank, its steady increase in assets and resources, ire 4 mea- sure of the sound, consistent, friendly service it extends to in costomers. May we not serve you, too 7 THE BflHK OF HOVH SCOTIA tbrough tbo summer season at bis dis- cretion. H; Lapoiule. a reEideut of Creston, who bas been working at Kitcbcner had his left leg cut off just above Hie ankle- yesterday at Kitchener, while attempting to board tlio train on a trip home. He was taken aboard and carried on to Nelson hospital for treat- ment. 'Arrangements are practically com- j KroDi Our Oivn Correspondent) June Waul- ded youngsters played the Whit hi Ctttfuts on ?.rd, and thy boys had a very exciting1 ball same. Score 13 !o H. bull aro giving a rousing good Oatice- Friday, Juus lltb. Ifest ot music. Everybody come and liave a genuine good time. The Ladies' Aid will meet June 10th at the r.lobe ilest Koom. Mrs. lien Colthorpe and Mrs. Cook will serve luncheon. Kverybody cordially invited to attend. Frank reports crops never i although (lie- grain is not as far on as in some but is rapidly shoot- ing ahead and everythloj looks like u good year. Mr. Joe Fisher and son, Halton, mot- ored to Medicine Hat this .week ou business matters. A. P. P. Dradner and wife, of Bow Island, vere In Vi'limifred, June Dth. ou ofticial duty. Mr. Gates. Alberta telephone inspect- or, was In pyciuti in a new long distance line'and within a short j time, they will set In a new switch j board and several new phone's. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trebble nud Mr. I and Mrs. H. Davis were out motoring Sunday south of and re- port crops having suffered [roih tut The Winnifred jirls are planning a baseball game. Tbe outline is to play [Whltla senior school girls. The match I will be made known Inter. I Mr. To'ui Godfrey and Campbell! living north of Winr.ifred report -wire' worms doing ssme damage. Kain is needed in order to stop them. Mr. Alfred Peterson is receding one hundred acres lu flai this week -which was affected by the wind .storm. Mr. Geo. Loken is on a very largo trade, exchanging his larm for South- erlin Valley land, expecting to leave early next fall. Local market prices June ter, 40c; eggs. 35c. Sunday, June 13th. an evangelistic meeting will bo held at 3 p.m. In the O. O. F. hall. Sir. J. Plester and G. C. Peterson preachers. Mr Long, barrister ot Medicine Hat. land Globe, ftorc, and Mayor Held, motored IP Wumlfred. iho guest ol M. H. Smith Sunday. Mr. Toai VarWr and Prank Baker are in Medicine Hat on agricultural work, ssttiilg" the necessary papers to advertise tho picnic of June 25. Blackstock and Clow. Medicine Hat attorneys were in Wicnlfrej Satur- day. June 5. Mrs. Jaj. Larsen was lu LethbridKO on a sheet visit Monday. Revivals are being held every even- ing in school building by C. Peterson and J. W. 1'lester, preai-hers, during the entire ASK GIOLITT! TO FORM CABINET I.ON'DO.S'.' Juno 11. King Victor Emmanuel, says au Ex- chango Telegraph dispatch Gift of by John D. to British Medical College LONDON. Juno Col- lege its hospital and medical school have been offered by the Jtocicfeller Poundation to bo devoted to teaching and research work, Recording to Dully Mail. This Is not a charitable gitt, U is understood, but Involves conditions. Including tbo construction 6f u new obstetrics unity, a biochemical labora- tory, tho rebuilding ot some the hospital buildings and the establish- ment ol various endowments, lu ad- diUoc, a new Institute of anatomy which, il is hoped, will -be thu finest in the world, will be erected. Objections the Edmon- ton bringing back any of the unsold bouOs forming part of Ihe Jo.OOO.OOo issue were mado at a meeting of the' I'remler Giolltti to form a new ministry, to replace Premier Nittl's cabinet which rerigne-i Dr. F. A. Bennelte, Guelph, has re- signed as cuuiriuHn ol the Light and Heat commission. plete for the big get-together day j i made a business call In Winnifrcd celebration liere on the 25th. At n 5Ul- meeting on Friday nlgM a nrogram uuckc. are beginning to fly was drafted which calls for "ihe dis- around quite plentilut within the last tribution of almost ?500 in prizes for the various events, which include junior and senior baseball games. In- dian races, loggers' competitions. few days. The Sth annual picnic of tbe agricul- ture society wii! be held Friday, June TCo entrance fee and admiF.sion novelty contests and a general line of i I" tho grounds free. Sport aniiounce- TKerah NoHiireCNealerihan, TOOKE SOFT COLLARS KitheTOOKEHOOKthst Enjoy a Case of Bottled athletic sports. The doings will start ftt 10 a.m., and something worth while is provided right up till midnight, a couple .of dances aiid two sessions of moving picture films to close the eve- ning features. Tbo absence of a resident clergyman Is hindering the operations1 of just at present. With no Methodist man at a Presbyterian only for the lyeek-ends, aud tbe Anglican rector visiting but once in three weeks, pros- pective, brides have .not much choice 'ii the matter of days or dates. From present appearances June is going to be quite a busy month matrimonially. .The V.romen's Institute 'had' a sucr cessful dance in the Parish hail on Thursday Dhjtt, the proceeds of ivliicL go into the convention fund, which it is hoped win round out to HDD be- fore the middle of August. Sbovrery weather the first couple o! days of Hie week lias got the vege- table crop .off to. a good start, as muny of those plaining tomatoes withheld putting .them In. Ihe field until tho passing of the full niooii a week ago. This period was followed by ideyl weather lor planting, and this week's rains what: was needed to gci growth under way auspiciously. The June faepsion of Trenton boar I of trad? WHS largely tyKen up with lUe report of Delegates Hayes Constable'cu the confcrcoco of ment later. Jlr. Tom Trebble is going to slarrj building a new house ou homestead j this inontli. He is purchasing somo lumber from Gco. L'okeu soath of'Wn- nifred.....'. Dr.' W. P. of, Medicine' Hal, received several Ions distauco. calls from Vi'lnnifred coulabxing ad- vice. The U. P. A. received a car.load of! Dumber posts this week. P. C.'Beuliring fe buying cattle, Uiis week, expecting to ship.to gary. Geo. i-Tcderlcktpn Is renovating bia s cars aud replacing nea-'diffusion of lights this week. George" is: leaving 1 Winulfrod until harvest time. The stork called at of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kendall and left a. fine baby girl June 4Ui.' Mother and baby getting along splendidly. Mr. and Mrs. MIlo Scott arc making preparation to leave Ihe first week in July to tour through Montana and other point? in the Stales, cxpcctiUf, to be away Ihi'co niontlis, DJ Cucldinjton, of is here leaking after iiks'ioiercst Uining to his farm. i Mrs. liars, frienos were glad lo of her progressing fu well after -A serious operation in Medicine Hat hospital. Fuller and l.a Marsii. of Medicine ICootenay boards Inveraere last "at- were in this buying cat- month which the Associated Boar4s He for the last couple of weeks. Mr. fuller reports stuck.In good shape but not plentiful. of Trade of Southeastern IJ.C. wa; sanized. As yet C'rcston Uas net af- filiated but It was decided to have the delegates' report and views stand over until the July meeting wiien a vote will be taken, on the proposition of Joining up. On tho of the AVcmon'a institute that the board name a member to act on a joint com- mittee re Public JlcaHb Nurse for tiie Valley, 0. W. Allen was cboseii for tiiat duly. Tommy Dunn. G. D. Thorluim, Bar- rest Ilinck and Harry Winchtombo were out fishing Sunday and all un- expectedly caught genuine fish. Bar- nest seized one that balanced 10 3bs. of. standard weight. Mrs. John popei is reported conval- esclng'nicely and able- to sit up this -.s-eek. fleorge Oliver, manager of Bc.vr Is- Ceylon's Coffering' Lanka is a rare tea from Ceylon's hilt gardens grown to suit critical British taste. Flavor is exquisite rich and sparkling, aroma most inviting. Qrder today frfcm your' dealer. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada LANKA' .TEA TO BUY YOUR -ROM -425 13TH STREET N. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 1314 Flour, wilh grocery orders, 98s, 49s, Sugar, with grocery orders, 20 Ibs. Send us your weekly grocery orders and tako advantage o! Ihese prices. 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