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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS if SATURDAY, .JUNE 12, SECOND SECTION LETHPR1DGE, ALUERTA, SECOND SECTION' PAGE SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline -Mlchaells.) 0. J. Morrison, of Brieux, .Attended. Revival Meeting. Wiih, the woitls suvc on h'is lips. 0. J. Morrison, returning from llio revivalist meeting In tho curling rink, rollapseil aud fell on tUc Uowalk imisido tho uoat office short- ly attc-r eloveu o'clofV: on Friday iiiglit. Jte was seen to fall by Messrs. Sang and Spcldel. who fount! Him breathing heavily in :i slate of unconsciousness. Information was immediately to the jioliee and Sergeant lion-kin- was BOOH on tho scene. Dr. Ixrreriiig was 1 Buninioncd and the man removed to I the 'Gall Ilospilat .where he dlo'd dur- Ing the carts' hours o[ Iho morning. .N'olhinj; Is Itiuivrii locally aliojit tlie When icicles from every water-spout, there are no violets to jick and all (lie sidewalks aro so slick 1 dare not venture out. The frigid blasts give me a the snow disturbs me, .so wheu I have some lime 10 kill, some vacaut hours which I must flll. I scarce kuow what Ic do. if 1 were but an Esquimau luy realties would !.'e o'fr. vlmn wild winds began W Mow I'd sit mo down n'pou tiie SDOIV and say: '.'Now let 'em roar." Aud wheu [lie mercury would drop way down to lap degrees, upon an icicle I'd Hop and Ihink about the Mubbcr crop whilu resting at my case. -Or, if 1 were' a big black bear tor winter da.vs I'd thirst, for I'd get full of caviar and then curl up within my lair and sleep till April flrst. 1 do not care to coast or 'skato with nose and fingers blue; in fad, along about this ilale there's but one sport 1 advo- cate, that's going to tho zoo. 1 like the celver 'he me also 'the cunning' kangaroo and that old chap they call the gnu and eke ihe giraffe. -'These are such Interesting chaps one' finds as bcmbied (here. I. love to watch their quaint, queer" maps; rihe zoo' .is grea Hi'ccpt, perhaps, one niight improve the air. Alii so it la on'frcsly days 1 seek the, zoo glee. -The chiu. do to advance action by conference with tho government would be great- ly appreciated. 1 think soil drifting is the biggest problem looming ahead for Saskatchewan aud Alberta, and parts of Manitoba. Fortunately the very nature ol ibe soils worst drifted liero makes them the more susceptible best production under irrigation. G. R. .Marnoch. flPKoascd ueyclid that lie ivas roomiUB iri.iho Palace Kopming House. On the note book fouryd among his tffc'Cls was 1 th'o writing "This la to introduce 0. Men-son' travelling prospector." If has lepti ascertained thai he has a homestead at St. lirk'ux. Siiskatclie- win, mill came to Ix-tlibriilae, as far ns huou-ii. from Enderby. 11. 0." .Deceased was a man between fifty sixty years of age. Dr. Levering, who altenrteil him stales that: death was evidently due lo natural causes, in: that from examination so far oiadol he appeared to be suffering from, em- holism ot Ihe heart. Whether the ez- j Acilemcnl of the service he attended .accelerated from the effect ill had on tiio deceased, is somo which cannot be il-cfirrHcly panzee has witching ways, and (judg ins from his steady gaze) ho thinte the. same of me. Big Field Day 'on R. C. M. I Grounds Gives Parents Idea of Work. Cardsfon, -In the neighborhood of seven hum red Echool children gave exhibition of folk dance's' and physical drills o the grounds ot the R.C.M.P. FrM; thai showed plainly whs srcat ivoi-k is being done amolls tl children by the public school ment through Frank Filmer. Th school sirls appropriately dressed fi iho different drills and dances, fonr Coutts and Stirling! as s'suts as nonsuited that Friday.'s f.vill now become a pe-man. Districts Escape Ihc Winds. 0 Stone Heine Left Unturned .effects of drifting-: I have wired Mr. oic t o -i I IlaeUansn, our memlrer, suggesting a to becure Solution of Soil of the minislera of the In- Drifiing Problem. G. R. Jlarnoch has extended his eld of endeavor in lo set ae- on oa receiving financial support or the Northern Irrlga- on district. Ho has communicated Sir Edmund Walker, asking him o confer with banks having branchc-s n Lelhbridge, in regard to the soil wire their 01 rifting and tho irrigation proposal, head ofilces. i. C. Coleroan, vice-president of Ihe L P.'K., has also been communicated with. Thomas Acheson, agricultural repre entalivo of the C. P. 'R-. arrived in last to make sonal investigation of conditions of affairs and Uiis morning left for Xoble- ord with W. 11. Fairneld. The country across the Ijiltle.Bow around Enchant and Travere has njso uifereil considerable damage, and the arraers there have called a meeting at Enchant for Friday. June ISth. at vhich F. Peters, commissioner of rrlgatlon for the Dominion, and U C. Charleswortb, chairman of the Irriga- iou Council for- Alberta, will be pres- ent. There has not been much talk of :his recently, but of course it is known that by the addition of resers- op tho branches of the Oldman river west ot Macicod, an extension o( tho Ijethbridge Xorthern project might-be made, so'a.5 to serve a con' siderablc' part o( the country around Ixmjond, Enchant and Travcrs with at Least enough water to irrigate a par! of each farm lhat could he broughl under tho ditch. -'On 'Friday night Mr. Marnoch wired lo Sir Edmund Walker, Hon. president of the Canadian linkers' Association Sir Edmund's years and attainments, great Interest in public affairs cause him to he regarded ns the dean of tile hanking profession in Canada, andjhc is likely to lake a broad view of the situation. The bankers :n Lelhbridgc were in consultation wilh Pres. Marnoch on Friday afternoon, and telegrams were sent by them to their respective head ofliccs, -which will naturally desire to have the full- est Information direct from their own men on -flic spot. The sent to Sir Edmund Wal- ker reads: be'greatly'appreciated if timer and. agriculture with Premier Stewart, who is uow in Oitawa, witb a view to the government formulating emergency financial measures onabl- ing construction of'Lethbridgo North fern to proceed forthwith, and have taken steps to have the Canadian Pa- cific Railway present facis ascertain- ed by Iheir officers; I have requested the tethbridge bank managers to wire their own Information to theli "Anything, that the Bankers' Asso- ciation can do to advance acliou by the government, would be regarded. I think soil drifting Is the greatest agricultural problem facing Saskatchewan and Alberta, anil parts of Manitoba also, and everything pos sible should be done by the read; means of irrigation to improve th situation where water Is available. "G. R. Mansoch." The superintendent of Ihe C. P. R at l-ethbridge, C. V. MacKintosh, ha been keeping the company fully at vised of the reports gathered by the! und Thos. Acheson is in ill district today making personal inspec tion along wilh W. 11. Falrfield. He merabering the recent prcconncemen at the annual meeting of'the compan at Montreal by B. W. Beatty, pres dent of the C.P.R, on the adrieabilit ot making use of irrigation water wherever these wore available, Prci Marnoch has called upon D. C. Coli man, vice-president of the C.P.R. a Winnipeg, asking for his aasistnnc in placing the circumstances befor the president "of the company, so tha lie may add to the information avai able as to the state of the countrj from Macleod to the Little Bow. With reference .to my wire to M Acheson Thursday, I made a person: visit with to part i the Lethbridge fCorthern district an find soil drift conditions very seriou I have wired Mr. Bifchanan askin him to have a conference with th ministers of the Interior and agricul; lure and Premier Stewart, who Is now in Ottawa, wilh a view to Iho governments formujating emergency financial measures'" enabling com- mencement of. construction ot the l.elhbridge Northern project forth- with. I am today'asking all the Leth- bridge banks to wire to their head offices describing the situation, and-I am wiring myself to Sir Edmund Wai Icrn ltliough a small section of south AlUerta .has suffered during t '.reek from soil drifting tho KOUlh uf the iirpvlnce silll holds out briuht ospetts' fcir a good .yield of ho section of country damaged is that inclartotl in tlie Leililiriiisc Xnrth- m irrigation "district, upon wliich atcr linn not yc-t been turned. Authoritirc rcjiorls secured by Trr.- show tliat in ihe Coiitts-t'nnls- cnt affair. Tills was tho first of ils held in and -was a huge Eitcccs5. The school children went Mironsh their steps with precision aud Brace that- sho-.vcd results of good training by M-r. and die-snide teachers. The main purpose of liie affair wss to sliow the ami public of I.eilibridEC what is being done ID phys- ical training wurk in tho publk you vfould confer wiili rlie Bankers' Apsociatk-n members having branches in Lethbridgn wilh a view lo present- ing your information and nc-.rs con- cerning the soil drifting damage which has been very Eerioiis hore. rvisited part oi tho area which will'rail under the Xorlhern Irrigation project Thursday, wilh Supt. Fairfield, of tbe Dominion Fann, and Cound very estonsivc danlage; the very nature of such soil which will Not One of Frequenters Natur- Tcouk Firtcd as Keeper. 'I1 '31 A PRAYER FOR RAIN (By Hey. D arrow} i 0 Lord, our God. dost cause tbe earth to bring forth and bud, that it may give seed'lo the' fiower nod bread to tho eater; send Thy blessing, wo beseech Thee, on the seed sown in our land. The green blado growing and'the fruit forming. That no storm may beat them do'wa, too frost wjther them, no drought parcb. them; no insect destroy them, that wo may enjoy Tby gifls' in their season and yield Thee thanks for Thy great good- ness; through Jesus Christ, our Aiuen. S. A. Officers Coming The Knight-Watson Ranching Com- pany is suing the C. P. it. lor a MI .1 in. the neighborhood of 41G.OOO. The case was heard at Moose Jaw on Juno 9, and adjourned until ihe fall eittiiu; of the district court. Evidence is be- ing heard by a jury. The plaintiffs claim this sum for ul- IcKed shrinkage on stock shipped las; Seplomber oier this railroad. In the Commissioner Kaddy. Irtdcr of the statement of claim it is alleged lhat Salvallon Army in western Canada. _ accompanied by Brigadier 1'hillips. of i Winnipeg, and Major Alice Goodwin, of Calgary: Cspt. 'f. Mundy, cornmlc- A raii was mado by the city police on ihe' Park Cigar Store at five j f sioner's ami twenty officers rom southern Aibsria will cqndact meetings neit Saturday, Suuilay and Monday in'the Salvation Army citadel hero. Monday afternoon and night o'clock ou Friday tho wil', bc ju Coloiiia result tirat the keeper. Louis Teouk. ind seven frequenters appeared be- 'oro Magistrate Invm on Saturday nornlng, cha-rged witii running and taking part in a gambling Joint. Teiuk was fined and costs and each of the others }5 and costs v Tho seven frequenters represented seven different nationalities, Roumau' ian, Servian, Greek, Italian. Austrian, German and American, nnd not one of is a British subject, not only being not naturalized, but not even having made application, for natural- i ration. It was1 brought to the notice of the court by Chief Gillespte lhat Teouk had been fined orrthreo different oc- caslons previously, under different names, by the magistrate for runniujj a gaming house. the stock suffensl to the above extent because of insufficient water supply ul Moose Jaw. L. C. Haycroft. ot Win- nipeg. tie C.P.H.. anil Mr. Kno.wles. ot Moose Jaw, the ranching- Mr. O. D. MacKiutosh was in Moore Jaw for the trial en tho 9th and Messrs. vYatsOn, Knight and _. _. ___ 'also of I.ethbrldse. wtre there. theatre. There will he a council for.j Because cf a rcstalinn uf Ihe caso officers the Monday afler. which will by the iilnlutiff's lawyer adjournment be lead by Commissioner-Kadd.v. was grunted. SUGAR DESTROYED NEW YOflK. June a cargo of sugar valued at was destroyed here today when a fire broke out In tb_o second hold of Iho French line steamer Cardigan. The ship was loading for Havre. ker suKscsting th.it ttic.Bankers' As- sociation se's the government, present- ing their information. Would yon kindly, communicate with '-President Beatty 'and say that anything he can Echcols. of IjOtlibvIdge have makc it susoeplible to tho best effects not been aware of ranch of this work Of the application of irrigation render- and since Friday afternoon many com- have been paid ton and Stirling country no damage -was Tabrr and'between Lcthbridgo 'and 1'urple1, tendeiit Springs about'len per cen1.. of tiu'-j Four cups were prosenled. The-sen- seed has been blown oul. ior mid girls for plrys- Macleod, aud Lelween Rlavely, icai training and for baseball were firanum titlecn pc-v cent, ot tho (lie cups given. .Mrs. Stafford and Mr. tins gone. >'o danwsc lias been report j Wj-alt presented ihn cups and deliver- -jp, cd north'of Slavery. ed attilresses coranientllng all- thoro lift From fifteen to Iwcnly per ccnl. of I conccmisl. f the seed has gone nlons Ihc Aider-! Dr. Bhir.k. disciissini; Hie after- sydo lino ifiid tlio coiiotrj'thai suft'or- noon's iiorloruinnco cd most severely was lhat around I Ilianks for 4hc music that was KUP- f and Brockef, wliere it is estimated lliat j piled gralnitously. t from twenty-five to fifty por cent, of i tlie seed hns out.i ing it all the more liable, to suffer the A1MEESEMPLE MCPHERSON IllllilPS B. (X) TV v.-riier lia.i lienn' of Ainitxi Kcmjj'.e 'AifiPlitrKon when site way Amy Kennedy feomg to Ihe litllo rtckely While in llin county of Oxford, about, six miles .from the towTi.oT OnUtrio. I vtmt'mbcr her.' slio was an auburn haired girl iaupliinET and winning in lier ways. Khe talked fmin her homo, oh'tho Salford roaj-l to the school and I TCia frequently convoked io her home by; her mother driving a Illtlp porrol na'R and an iron wheeled ay on her return trip from Jler father was n (jrey beanlod wan of small proportion and the liltfe family were'devout In religious work In Ingdfsoll and Knlford boins followers of ttip Salvation Army. Amy- was particularly bright in history 1 i ronicmbor and copy was not an Infrequent liappcnlng from the rear desk tvhtrh T occupied when history filass was annnuncc.il. Amy was always noled for her bpaiillfnlly long straight nuburn huod hair which slio wore in a braid down her back. Our paths divid- ed, I came wc3l and Amy went anoth- er .way. Wo sro both in tlio city of June IS.-r-ltnUa withdrawn frnm tho Montnegro garri- son of Santl Qiiaranta, have entcreil Avolona, to a trill5 News dispatch from Kome quotes advices received there- by Kprico. In rcrcnf fightirg these advices say, the .Italians lost Including i.wo Tt reported that the Italian ffarrfsnn at T.opelcni, iniina of Avolnrta, number-! ing four hundred, has been 'captured and that Generals Pinccntlnl and Ilal- mondo, in conimaud of Italian forces, have been recalled lo Italy, P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS rmancia ANALYSTS usness ENGINEERS Ritchie Paterson and Company C12 '5-6 Acailin Unild Third Avenue (South) -.THE- CAFE Js clrawng new patrons daily. You'll like eating here, too. The Yale THE tVEW CAFE EI2 FIFTH STREET SOUTH For better results salad make today's and note the improvement. Our Chef Understands the Hot Weather- Appetite You'll enjoy what we serve and how we serve you. Ono meal and yon'l] always come. The Silver Grill Cor, Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. J. L, MILLER, Prop. N. H. MURRAY, Mgr. Stirling Brand Sweet Mustard I'icklcs, larfe size. each.. 55c Stirling Urand Sweet Mixed Pickles, largo size.......45c Clark's Sliced Ueef in slass 24c King Oscar Sardines, 2 tins 55e Korwegiaii Sariliues, Crown brand. 2 tins for.........45c Onion Pickles, jar.. 45c Sweat Potatoes, per liu 23c, 3Sc Foster-Clark's Crcain Custard, tin Packages 15c Peter's Original Sweet Milk Chovulate. 10c, 20c, 30c Wilkinson's Perfccicil laquorice. Poutefi-act cake.s. per Ib. B5c Kresh and -45c Cucumbers. Jong sct-iiless, ca. 45c Head lettuce. 2 for....... 35c Ornpo Fruil. 2 fpr.......'.. 25c HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, RADISHES, GREEN ONIONS. SPIN- ACH, NEW CABBAQE, STRAWBERRIES AT THE LOWEST i MARKET PRICE. China Ginger in syrup, per jar..................... 80c Fly Swatters, 2 lor 25c Oranges, sweet and juicy, per dozen........... and 75c Okanauan Applc-Ixig, liotllo 30c ButterflyTints, each 1Sc I'iirc Alfalfa Honey, as pure as the liees cnn moke it.. 85c ,and Salted Pistnhco Xuts, oz... 10o Prunes. 2 Ibs. foi- 55c Vegetable BruKhos, Lemonade Powder, large tins, each 35c Uisto, gravy maker and ___... 15c Tea, -Kcrr's per Ih, 75c Ooffec. Bonn or Kresh Ground, Jb................... 70c GEO. GO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Knowing Amy, ns 1 did, it is no sur- prise to me to find her engngecl in hw prestnl mission. CANADIAN GOLF 't' CHAMPIONSHIP JUNE 28 NEW YORK, June Canadian amateur golf cham- pionship will he helil June 28 to July 3, at tho llcaconsficld Club, Montreal. H is an- 't nouriMd by Ihe Untied St.iles Association. N. Y. FUNOS NEW YORK. June icavy. sterling demand 1-2; cahlo 03 1-1. Canadian dollars 87.75. Visit of Major Alice Goodwin In the Salvation Army citadel to-' nlghl ami ail day tomorrow (Sunday) 1 Ihc- major< asaisled hy her Capl. Sounders, from Calgary, will! conduct special gospel Major Goodwin has been appointed! permanently divisional commander forj Ihe army work In the southern part of' Alberta, with headquarters at Calgary.! She has bcey an officer In the Salvn- tion Army tor 32 yeara. In all the' services sdected music and songs' will ho rendered. Adjutant Hardy and Lieutenant Drett give a hearty Invi- tation (o all the meetings. On Monday night Ihc Major, Capt. Saunters anri LcthbrMgj officers and the band dro visiting Tabor to con- duct a meeting. Milk Fer Breakfast Pure and Fresh Milk from Our Own Dairy Herd. 6V2 Quarts, Prices Hight. Service Perfect. Sellio Your Milk Annoyances nnrt Phone 1142 A. J. Butterwick Son North Lethbridge Dairy 'Canada's Best" The Manipulation of the Willis Player-Piano Is SlmlWto That of Ordinary Playtr, Bui You Will Notice the Vastly Different Results Obtained Immediately 'the Roll Begins. IT ISA PLEASURE TO PLAV THE WILLIS. COME IN AND TRY IT. Willis LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE ARE NICELY PREPARED AND NICELY SERVED Ught Uinches, Afternoon Teas, from n Menu auggostlns !i wide variety of leinpllng dishes. KIKKBY'S 606 Third Avenue South OUR LARGE NEW-SANITARY PLANT is now in Full Operation Wre are prepared to supply customers with Chief Mountain Cream-. cry Brand Butler and loo Cream. Wo aro also exclusive for Cardston Brand Butler. We ipvitc public inspection at any time. We are also in the .narket tor sweet or churnic j cream and milk at the highest market prices. PHONE OR WRITE CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 BUTTON PERKINS Shoemakers We arc now open for business in now premises and us wo aro increasing our staff, will ho able lo all order a promptly. H your shoes arc worth fixing, have'them done by the only prnc- ilcal ?hoo makers in tbe business In tho cily. It costs no more. We call fpr and deliver orders {o all parts of tho 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 693 3 Doers South Colonial Theatre The Lethbridge Aircraft Co., Aro Now Prepared lo Receive AERIAL ADVERTISING AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTRACTS Slant and Bihibilion Flying nt Kairs, Vicnics, and Public Gather- ings, Passejiger Flights daily, nflomoou inj Irom our aero- drome at Fair Grounds. Dook your (light by engagement, wiiii K. H. F1TZIMMONS PHONE'1673 f MANAGER Exclusive Agents for Canadian Made Atroplants and Paris Scientists Have Established (hat Ihern is a Vital Food subfltancs found hiitter- fnt. which ,ia absolutely necessary for growth and health, which Is not in.animal or as nro used-in the jfanufactiire of Oleomar- garine. Don't take chances. Use CryStal Cream- ery Butler. At al grocers. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 ;