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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It riUDAV, Jl'NK I'.lll) ALBERT, v. t'AGK SKVKN HOt IIL1S BEttEN OFFICIALS OF m.ffl BOARD OFTOE SERIF uer tud bis flinline surue not received when he KOI 10 Murticliie llai fr with tla family, iha HifcuKi wan hnDirleilKfld by the r. I1. II. Thi: of TraflB fcr Jiiluavco in ju kans-C'aUirr iriln refior d'ets Excursion Kntc.s To Hovause Culgary Sias Competitive Roads COWAXV OFFICIALS l-'HANKI-V ADMIT FAlT Tbe Tburilay me cling U the IJoanJ or Trade. In Hie alter ills- rutilon look liu- foroi of a tourney fthli flgur.it sliiil No AWARD VET tibiiratlon In !ho i irir ft age dlsput-- tin's tllr-iK ihw' nioralng BUd a'-l.iunrri-M to eil ajjaiu loiSon >i. !i uy to ht la llidl will b'lilDfMlv be agreed on. ti iho (hit be nay the Hoard ot was ir (he C. J1, H. roroplainti Iihoul any inquiry bcltis n actual Tarn flfiil hen found wronje ilierp n done lij" Hie Btfanl Trailn m dirt ihp. In matter lite complain" made iu llie ratea. as iliey aft'tt-ie! l.t-Ui (lie new r.itod in if- fcci for five weeks and ihe Hoard of Trade anl noi alivp lo ihe facI. Hie entire list ut ninLre (lu only one iftai had any jnuii- daiicn was ihai ILI 10 ihf ami Ml'- UrytHiir-r: beiiift ivad Itymiier. i The OT'IPI .niutterw fione into [.r Mr. j MacKintOFb as tebteil ty Mr. Tte C. It. superintendent furilu-ri Ifald tbat Ihe Hoard ol Trade was siv-1 (nK UH atlenlion to llie P. K. atul not so energetic In utlier thinus vi'litcSoft. could enquire into lo tlir inn-! ter ot supplies Ihau nblcli were t'Uean In LcijTbriilgo. in iry was lo direrl Inillic iroin "Ketlle Valley .it I prc'rjoua between Calvary been adjust- ed "flvc ivcehs before vllJC I'omplaJjit was made, and the Hua'rd of tutiC (Jit? coiiril 'ivlieii it was ne- iho m bin liny 10 Ihe Crow's Nesl line and could not msirle lo npply lu I.etbbrldBe. Tho citv hail a route to iLc toas: all the year round by (he (arc way of return with no slcV over as compArcil lo reuulsiv rate to coast. Irotn Calgary. In refnrd to the complaint ot no rescrvaiiun made In slceoins benlis when they goi. to in the ease or Meiars. uud Blarhbwrn, the cijilanattou was Hint the reserva- lloii in l.bthbriilge at l! m. and the wire in reganljo Ihe sriinc received in Calgary MI, but. ull ror llit lower bcrLh.T were sold at 10 a.m. Infrcsard lo tlit time taken liy Hie in retcrrine lu Lbe Arro-.v I cilseil ol bchiK 31 r. H. J. lan-j'er meniue.r of the Hoard ol Trade, rose [-slamlard sleeper berlli some one .iskcd thu ;rjr reaerration was sent by mail. In ihe mailer ol tne liooltiiig o' a Mr. ni-ym- by thougn some of Uioin were manufiic-1 lured In l.othbridgc, and after the I., r. L. rJles. Mr. Mc.Vk-oI went inio (hu K'olile j Valley ronle in ihc itiasL .-aylnic it was iiuonvetiiF-ni in ininy ihe train sol into Vmiosmvtr at 11 loclv ut night, and tins nidi LIT ;L j flop ovci- if were Eoiiif; iu ViciorlB. Hu urftcil tlnit LctlibriiijE'-'i wji1! against in Ihc way of uoi Invirip Uip STiO excursion r.de i s.in us )u; Tl.ited in IHF! Kures ill iliR Ik- rouir. i that in ihc larii extra was i-al'J a UH she' boat hart lo ba sliated wiih siraiiRpi-. In ilie Keltli; Valley remit: liien: M'as ovor no provision made for ;i slui> over. In tliu ni.itter of prices ot sniiiill'-s made by SnpL-rintciidciiL this waj 30 or not. l.otlibrirlgc niHrchanis did not charge one price KJ and one lo another towu as the C. I1, It. was doing in the rail- way excursion rales. -.Mr. Hyiardi (nnpiilerrd it :i 'liunl-1 that return tickets to ilic toast UJTC months wore noi in I.elliljrldKc while same could bn ontained in Calsary. Mr. Proctor. .District Ageiii, said that in the inatLer of the Calgary excursion rates, they were not made, for the benefit of Calgary bu'L was lanif dJ.'Ji: ;i! tl.1-'- limi- i genius Ihe nrimed. in a in V.'iuiiif.x'i1 to' .'i' ti.'.it r.u; u uf unlit ih'w (ircnlai- tun. in-ividntil by the C J'. TJio explanation Mr. 'rocror, as (ti Ilic va-. 1'OSnrcletL-' ;is i-y Mr. J Mr. s. J. Slieiilierd in alter rjf corujJlaiiiis ntn-Je tho Hoard Trade mc'-init; ih? same -li'iui'J nol be l-> jirtas they were uulbenii ciiiiunal work :IT niRbt3. p Cars v.'.irflinl tin (I or tiinonlzed ui reason- aid's rales (work dont by Old Cumury cwrriuge Truck1; w.i '-lied, oiled and Cars fjreaseil and oiled, ire repairs, rte. calls promptly al-ler.dcd to. Crtr.i stored lii our Garosu are -ii ell rooked after. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, ltd. Arthur Barnslcy. Sieve Lawson Manager Night Foreman .WHY DIO COL. SELL QUIT? Tl. The- Uomiiiion of (he (Jn-ai War Veierftiis' AtHotioliuli of Ciinarhi asifep.'l TllC government 10 iminiri- iiiio '.lie resignation of Licnt.Col. MfKclvoy Uell. rtiroflor of inedk-iU'itrvk-ys. A alaios he was iifrrod lo resien nnUc-i- condiiicnis ijuit..- to returned soldiers in Ilia was drciwueil whMi runcc in wbich slie pniJo.-Iiii5 captizL-il in the. ttidcaii K. J. Siai-k. c.f the S'jy was injnrod bv u motor i-ar wliEic rross-liiiK the a Poit Stanley boy. four put in ]ii> head as the rosiili or a from H line ASE NOT IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS PRICES LOW nuifcttng Ms la and Labor Arc Relatively Low In Price This Ye.ir .1 liule study makes it cvMoul rh.ii farin proUui-is IIB.TP im-retiseil In vain1; relad'vnly more than building inaicr- inla. Or. plillhitf it niiollicr ivay, ImrMins nifueriaJs -Than uojupurei) in farm ii'roducla arc low (n price IhU year.- .staly (Jiij aJinply jia a-furl- lt bCL-anie oviijent to us whf u wr- the MinlJslics. Hern are. Jurtfe for youreelf. Tlit lalior fJBiires .securer] for by MKJ of iJilior Jit rural rniti- from Sydney. X.H., lo V'ati- 1 I.e.. ami, of course, In luive jjiveji Ilic Bulldm0 Materials -nd Labor Increase'- ncciirrcd lifr Us ocu Jan., -'flu. Carpenter lahor la up an aver- age ol nn liour 37 Mason labor IF up avciacc ol a'u hour 7c Painlera1 Inlior Is an aver- age ol Mr nn hour 3S Iron wcrkcrsi hOior is nil mi averse ot ITu an lionr Pino lumber Is up pdr ihuiiFaiid root, or 35 llcmloc'k Is up per ilioiivv -anil feel, or KhinElps Hi. John aro .ycr- Uioutaiul. nr .30 Jili in files In Winnipeg arc up per thoiiEand Crinndlan PoiLlaiul cement is '-Suc'ner hbl.' Trjrontfi Farni Products liie' liicftJtiso lie' low 'occinreil' tie- tn'con Jan. anil Jnn. is up per Ijuahol V.'hoal ?1.2S vor Ijnahcl Toronto nrc nji 32r (n To- ronto laic up a In Choice riulclicr cad In are up ?6.75 cM. Toronto Ontario wool (s 51c per ltj, Toronto Sclci-t Iiog.i oro tip M.o'1 Toronto Creaincry bmtor Y? op 25u Id. ..MonLrenl ____ .O. up lit ;t Id. Montreal April is IP. Fir and Larch are the principle used in this district and will probably cober 90 of all woods used for building. The difference in the retail price of Com- mons between llie above dales was or Since January 1919 and this date, however, there have bfien some material increases which will bring, il up to approximately 50' c-on these items over January 1914 prices. Or, taking it in another way: An ordinary five-room col- lage will require from 9000 lo II. and an eight-room collage from lo ft. You can sec that, ihe increase as noted above would run from lo and lo respect ivcly. We believe ihat ihe day ol cheap prices in lumber (lhal is, buying il for less than il can" be produced at n reasonable profit) is past. We arc getting into a world mar- ket and our B. 0. manufacturers will nol sell their lumber on ihc prairies for less thnn they can get by shipping lo oilier quar- lers. Most of you who arc members of a farmer's organization will be advised of ihcse recent advances through your locals. According to the above comparison you can buy more material and labor with your farm produce than you ever could.' COMMUNITY LUMBER CO. Ltd. BARONS GRANUM COALDALE CARDSTON I Just a Little Better (A little better style, a'little belter matfrial, a little befter a little better value combining (o give Fit-Reform and Sodtly Brand Clothes (hat "SOMETHING" more than eillier style, material, workmanship or value that in a man would be called per- sonality. Tlieii' appeal lo discriminating buyers is instant. We speak with justified pride of our complete range for spring and summer of these belter made clothrs for men and young men. You May Have Said You Cant Be Fitted in Clothes; Try Here Suits 18, 20, 22.50, 25, 28, 30, 38, 40, 42.50, 45 to 65 Cool Und'wear for Warm Days Combinations in balbriggan, lisle, silk and light weight wool, sizes 34 lo'48, to Two piece 75c to Correct Furnishings for Men Dr. Jaeger Wool TaHeta Shirts 'Fancy stripe Silt; up Eiy Ltd. Wool Taffeta Shirts with collars lo match. Quell Shirts to GET UNDER-ONE OF OUR BETTER-MADE HATS Slelson, Borselino, Knox, Mallory Prices to Straw Hals and Panamas to "f' v Special Lines in Men's Finc'Shoes on Sale Regular lo values. Gel a pair while they last, McKelvie Kirkham Block largest Distributors of in McGuire Lethbridge ;