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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It n. PA'-JI-; SICVKN n 11 T fll I LICHTHINC STRUCK MHI I v POWER GENERATOR IM in HP Mruik Florin v' lasl nlicln. :iiM Ibr V c'iipaciiy win llieri'l'.v v v v v v v TRADES COUNCIL MONDAY TO DISCUSS O.D.U. REPORT vvlil .-i C- iu-ru n......rain. V- iu t. Til-: TO ORGANIZE THE TAEER CAR OWNERS Supgcsls Thai it Should He Freeman amla ir.'ivur.'. Uanlnip. i' InslelMns'iv new tro.-V. At nrr... I cm U lias UK i- u[ u ,lllln- v busy ludRy jeiif-rator. v v 4 jlirMc will) i At router "it j In-i'Ui. 'Uc report of ihu yru- ill? MH-cllne. in riilch. in r.inl goiii.rjil saultiiry condlilons. if Lelli brlil go on 11 in eu niton slalioii 1-1 ilic liuanl u of iliusfi not thivlng pruiKT r.iv.'er couueiMUms, for ititlKiuinf; ihj lu Mia fail dial Hie 11115 fifiinl and har, been loM thai ilio same no! ai'it'lnbiv. the r'jtJniiDcndH- tion Ilie Loafrl. A rnjoluiloii. liovvavarf- y.'iis. ailuyicJ ihe i> i olon-- Ulis iirnl 4, j. s. -j f, for uin: to tfjlltr I i I nciiiu lu LJilie Oil wiMi Tyrim: u! ri1! elinveJ v-lillc. prij Iihui'iFanJB nf arc SCvO nosv iiiuui.d. D[ iho I Aliojpiljor bc'gr'j the is uv (-My and rthlrict will 1m'held ia some J-0'rj iml'liaray ;u. brltlgu ou July liSril. 'I'llIs will Lft the 'nuals will In clay, prei-cillne ihe cuareiillon of the scfcetrie in Hio Alberln Motor I .v Mi lake i chnlnniMi. Coiiiiu'saionei Mfti'Ii. who I now ovcf (lit- in re- new Ibe (or the- Tlii-i Is heir? wUH. I Rev. took his -ifJt a of Hie nn Tuesdiij .Morn- njc :i( Id'oVluck To CLIK.S will be a meeting to In- vestigate the pricfs at tlie Y.M.CJi. at 10 o'clock on Tuesday nicrning ntxL Mr. Carlyle of the Crystal Dairy IE arranging this meeting, which is open to the public, and is very anxious thai everybody interest- ed in niilk nrices should be there. All the producers of mJlk will at- tend. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Our Ifzlcs Arc lU-asonaljIe Our Hie llvil TRY US Office Phone Residence Phone on Ihi'ir Li broke iheir :i: ;iu- Li-.li by numbers ul ilif j Jftw. Mr. unil J. A (1. i i Marshal: Hegina, l'...i. ri. 1 S. Millrr. In I Mill, 1C. Siai'Cy. J. Llulliuni. a iiiiu. i car ihnL hKil H! mile.- j., siiuifwliat iK- I'Ul trial ilo.whiM iti "j'cironiti. LU visiiiiiK ilif-h Frtemmi. llii-y Irfr ill- OliOr'n nliK- ug-i lii OIK .Mc-si j Mr. Tctwd.-vnd (uif d irlp rc.nly d'nn- -M.t-.i nini'-'irtl in llr. T. win. isri- in :h" niv-nunR of tin Arinalic in hit- ln-W itir on .Mniiihiy lasl, i wlitrli Uc In ttil utid wirt- 1 linvliiK mil- ItyvinK Turoniu. ih MiAi. Vit.'-l'r.'S.1 M. and j Urts ii- n-IiiR I MI Lasl leg or triii 1 V'V lit WILL 3PEAK IN THE Colonial Theatre QNS1DAYNEXT JUNE at 3 p.m. Subject, "Latjbr; Unrest" EVERYBODY-WELCOME 1 Lett Toroniu nitl ToronM (Jti Tli-1 la-si teg or via 'ill'- VHlfr.i'.-Kint1 .Mr. wriu ranit from Omcinil.V Hon. SiMiili'.- i HIM! Ilie i.i year (UliTitig iid- iiilturiH.! LIE for !iinnibnr.- aiul they will IHI ;u iho (Ms- Hud IhimU Uy lionr in the llii lUv. J. W. .Morrow. Prearhrs Tomorrow H! Is The MinUtei- r ore i.f Ibr largp.st fi.r St. Johns J. L'f liie honiir mil I'r.'-Lvit-rlHi, rliun-h. I-TII nt wlum: volmi- lininp tlif u'u I tin til v-a: l srrvi-! w Lili (lie I Rifles atiil uinii-r aliti'ii "ft JuiLied the hiiij i urii-; (our firrcrl trjili Crisp, fii men HTr nilli tlie Siberian i iitd (nor in and" ScoilfliM m w..rk hi U'.j.ilulcli find inlieir nud nLiinltioii plants. Altopc-i.'HM- J" tlin an i wcrf men of Si. innro ihan iln'ir sliiirc nt linmirs. as ihcy nn ilirmivli ('nnv'.s nnd iilirorinunTeLy liis Ufa HjKikftiii' in n wuiinilr-il coiiipHnlun tlie All Itcil aTccr vvinnlrtp Ms ohjc-tfivr. ftnv. [ifiiinl highway Morrow will >mke llic per vices hennrm in Kiinx t-hnrt'li on r.iu Rtnl 2'Jn'd. or smoks Navy Cul" Cigarettes wrapped [n Yin "oil. a W. ;v. WILL BE HELD ON SUlAYrJune 15th, 1919 AT 3 P.P.I. Business: Annual Election of Officers ANNOUNCEMENT INAUGURATION I MAY 31st, 1919 Fort William and Port McNicoM Wednesdays jinrj Saturdays "Great Lakes Special" (Mew Train) to and from Ship. i The Plsirnfnt Wny East, ResCTvnliens and details of tha trip from any agent of the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY if HE. WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY) :irt' IK-LIIJ: llic uf ;c juliu v.'ill timk :iftrr rlul. -ami utij it is UOJH I ;i I'l'suU ground.- v.'lll ?inm I in; (or pic-UK' iLinl Ilie iiro ill 10 JTtlvillu i! much npiircci.itc l Club Picnic Wednesday Noct Tlin rluu'liouc in iahi> full i.t ilio NVnlne.tihiy Uelf holiday and pluii lo sjicchtl ilnr- I iiifi ihc tidsl l inriiiiii-v; anil on lu-il j Itit clu'j bald, a jiii-iitr. ien. c.ufi'ef I null milk -he providpil by ilie I'luJj. itjciiirprj v.'ill bring iliwr own and dishes In HlliiiK their will Hie [luring die ami eveniti" ii j Ilio nicniliors lu ranoe "fthinis" anil lo BI.-I a good line-mi for jltc.qaHiis whirli Hill he hftl'l rojrularly j I in aqiiitics is inviiR-lrxvlitihcr niemhcrs or lint, and nny niotnlier. is lo Hidualli iPlinue U. CSM. or If. Ancireiv Snittli iriKiiii! who will pkidly MI-WIT I any cncjiilritv. Everyone who was a guard al ihc liilcriirnciit Camp is urgently requested lo be al BURGMAN'S HALL SONDAY, 15 At 3 -p.m. Be prepared with Jnles'of enlistment nntl dis- 1 -I r- il aity. CAPT. THOMSON, AUCTION SALE FARM LANDS, LIVE STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. H. E. JAHVIS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On TUES., JULY Sth AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. At the North East Quarter of Section 10, Township 11, Range 13, Four Milei North of Grassy Lake Consisting 1101 Herts of lafld; licaO of linriips; 63 head 01 Mllle; 1 gl'Minsf. C will 1 J'Mrs olil. ivoli'lit 1 apnll ot Iniirej, 7 years old. SIMII mares, (i anil S years old, 2200; 1 marc, S years, old, w-ciehl 160'J; .1 geltlliiE. r, years old. irefchl II'CI liiaie'iii'ul colt.' 7 years okl, iroislil 1 (earn S-ycurn-6U. nelelil 1 gcWi'iE. .3 years olil. v.tljhl 1100; 1 team sorrel 2 years old; 3 fllllcs. 2 years old; 1 gclillHR. Iwo years olil; fillica. Olio year old; 1 ono ye.ir old. Mnrcs HiipiiunGd to ici ftal.' 2h young nillcli tows, fresli; 'S licifen: year ofld "siccrs; C onc-ycar-oltl liclfers; fi .ilewrs; l. onc-ysar-olil 10 jprluc calves fthls storV is nil In siilenrtlii I'ondllibnl. 2 wagons'romplclc ivllli trijile taes; i wagoii nn'l 1 TVJEOII vlili JO Ijarrcl lant, and hofo; I scls-iloulilc Vcrl; harness; one set alnslo IISHICEJ: 2 .XcCornifrk .hinders: 1 niowtr: I (.Ireal itlinJ; 1 Jolin Deer-: sulkr Ijroslvrr aHiKPlnljblc bollorns; 1 -Bulking plow; z disc rovra; 1 l-Eedion Iccver harrows; I 1 20 mar- ker tlonlilc Olrc drill; 2 cream fcp.irj'.lors; kllelirn rablnel. and dressers; slovcs. lanlea, chairs and many otlior flrliclrs ted minierons .lo nieTtllon.x Tc-nns and nirnUiira: ime.hnl? IjalRiitc l.iL of Xovrmbcr, security; lo iicl- cciit' Interest; 10 per ccnl discount on credit amounts; sums under SIO.OO. cmli. TERMS ON LAND JIOOO rasli; JiOCO nn 1st November; lialnncc In suit purchaser. The land conalGls of of first class wheat lands; bal- ance excellent pasture land, with neres river frontage; 250 acres In crop; all fenced intf orois fenced with houce, barna, graniries, canals etc.; an Ideal for mixed farming. Jarrja It )n CnUfortln on acoounl of 111 health. Tills sal-; will lift ulllnnil rpseri-n. I'nnie curly and got home early, l.nnch. GEO. R PORTER, Auctioneer 327 11th Street 3oulh, 1692 C, S. LAIT, Cltrk: H. E. JARVIS, Prop. j SPRING COULEE TENNIS PLAYERS DEFKATED CITY Four of llie Kprinp C'onlee Tennis Club iriMimnr] plsyors df l.pihliridfc t'liib Ja.si .115 in TWO linuis .on tlie unmis In firsl niitdi anil Hnrri- hiK wi-ni i.hwii Kelly iintl NYl- foil. TJir semes were Jiur) iPst- sernnil match .leiiff lioat J. lliffinliiitliniii jiiul C. McKay wllli llie 7-5, 0-4-7-S. Hull. Qiic., jtroTiiu-Jnl an? lo (-iiinlncL iifininst I lie iinolrooin, nroprieldrs wlio .illou' young ,mcn under ID fre IJUCHI llicir No. 7 STEOPATHY ..WHAT CAN IT DO FOR ME? As ils methods are totally different, osteopathy can help you where others have failed. Ils scope covers any ail- .ment or disease of llie human body. It is especially successful in .acute diseases, such as in- fluenza or pneumonia. Ils lerms are.so moderate thai they arc within tlie reach of all men. riiO.NB IMS. Let Osteopathy Help You Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station REMOVED TO THE OLD LABOR TEMPLE JIB STREET POST OFFICE THIS ILLUSTRATION IS 'AN EXACT REPRODUCTION OFi OUR DRY CURE RETREADING THE WORLD'S NEWEST AND .GREATEST. PROCESS IH, KINDS OF TIRE REPAIRS GUAHAN. AND GOODYEAR TIRES STOCKED..' s OUR PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU. DIAMONO AND GROOVE TREADS P.'iolo of Our Work We use New Gum n6t Bjtnds Lethbridge Tjrie Repair Station F, B. McKINNON, PROPRlETOn ;