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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS JUNE 21, LETHWUDGE. ALBKRTA, PAGI-, SEVEN craLiYiiE Eoremos'v.Eiine Again 'Leads in' Only a Few Points, Short of Moisture. South Alberta hus received rains during ,the. past tivo. days, Uia[ have Increased. Ihe. prop prospects greatly. Froia 'he Crow's Kest to In corner cf rabs" hive tally aver prartlcally overy district. A few illstrlcts north, of I.othbTldge. still dp with rain..these districts ho-1 .-ing wltliiu the houndaries of( the r.ethljridb'c Northern irrigation; projc'ct. l.cthbrldgc lias-been receiving. !e.-6 rain than many of the outside points and during the i-nst 24 hours ryt.-eEv'4il .01 precipitation, which brings the total for the month up Id .oC. r.lnc- yeslerjlay Kot> .17.' Jlaayherries .50. h'orcnmst .W, Medtc'lue .Hat .38. ,'These aro official; Heavy rains fell yesterday and last night over IUE- entire Tfiher and Ptir- BANK CLEARINGS' liank clearings for the week ending today were same week, last year, Banff Will Take Form of Por- .ler.'WHl.Bc Speaker. A unique feature of- the western ngfil over ills cirtiri'Tnher and Rtr- Mm-district-: this m-i tjf Alberta meeting of the Calgary in row verv "rnncl! lhc Engineering Institute of bright, grain stp.nding twelve InchcM high at Foremost.! Colitis received five hniir.-' rain and points between there and Stirling averaged from one to two hours' rain. l-'rom Canlston lo Spring Coulee ralii fell heavily for oiio hour, and at Raiuldnd and showers Gntuurfi and f'laresholm got an hour's good rain, mil Mwcleod pot At linrinis Brock- et the rein listed: up to'two'hours.' Only Poin's-.'SufiCr.'1 only points now from lacTs of are Noblcford. Barons. Kipp, Pearce and Vv'ilsom More r.iin woiii'l help at Cardslbu, Crow's Nest. Maclcod. Claresholm, In Ihe to Carmangay ____ received a .good rain on Tnesilsy night that wet the ground for two inches down, and at Skiff last night rain penetrated for nine Inches, August, as that the mcellng'will he held in camp. Military bell tents will be erecled, and Superintendent J. M. A.M.K.I.C., of Rocky Moun- tain Parks, at Banff, has arranged with-the government (or the use of these tents and clean blankets, cots antl mattresses will also- he supplied under arrangements of the Calgary branch. The address.of welcome to'the vlsil- .ors vrtit b'e given hy 'the lieutcnant- gpternor, Jrind ''will bo replied lo by Sam Porter, of lhe C. P. K. department ot .natural resources; Lothbrldgc. Members nf the American Society of Engineers v.'ho will be reluming from the convention at Seattle will be at HID Banff meeting, it is e.tpecled. The engineering branches rtf Saskatche- wan, Manitoba', and British Columhia arc co-operating the Calgary branch to make the event a success. I11K..I litill TlelldT rttCU LI'I I1IMC -II V n I fording ,U L; The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Old Time slips by so fleet and fast, and k-aji year toon will bo lues- od; but don't despair, with skill- and are cadi maid may b-we her tuairat ast. They say old maids ato out of stylo and that by wisdom, wit or guile as best they cau all find a man, and hen Bit back and smile awhile. Still, we cannot see Low it's dono In States where girls are eight to cue. so we approve tLis leap move with Jiothcds'ruthless as tho Hun. They him out seme day to dine, and feed him up on viands (kie; he stays 10.sup; the Jig is.un4Ho takes tho Bluker. hook.aYd. line! With female wits no man can cope, though he .may iliink he has Bome.rope. They lay the 'and. land him there by means just twice as slick as seap. And so, though half the year may flit, don't Lhink they have forgotten it. They ar'o not through, they're stringing you and let you play arouud a bit. If ycu liave auglcd for Ihe trout, you know It's fun lo tiro him let him think he's free, poor gink! while still you know year lice is.'stout. -This Is the method some maids use, the subtile, crafty style thny choose. With horrid art they play Ihelr part and grin ..because they cannot lose. So yourself that.they have, left .you on tho shelf. Don't say; "Tee hee! just .look at me! Ain't "I the. clever little elf." For long before Decembers done you'll know your race is nearly-run, and jA 'your heels'with cunning suueals the girls-will gather, eight to oiie! New Zealand'expects to ecll.3.000.- 000 carcasses of lamb to the U.S. in the next year. Most of her meat surplus lias heretofore gone Mo Britain. U.' F. A. 'EXECUTIVE TO TALK. IRRIGATION'' rain .every day last. week. Sny. an Insignificant list night. report' from 'Lucky (MS iTjtecnnt rains h crops, espe have lifp into cially' lapse stnhbiod In, Without them ''IHey .would not have amounted to -much: land has stooled out finely nely and rapidly. Fall rye is all hoadpd and rer erent rniu will help to-fillr .We have, had four good showers tho week of June Hth. Cutworms. have done some- Jam- age but mostly, on 'crop day m'c-rulng-, August Mth, for any who wish to spend the week-end in Ilanff, I hut sleeping accommodation w'ill he 1.1. available :Kriday .night, August 13th, for_ any arriving..that- ;dale..-s Profes- sional 'meetings will begin M'onda'y morning, August conclude .Wednesday iilght, August ISth; camp will be' broken -up .Thursday night, August 18th: Owing to.the fact that this is not a inoncy-malting'scheme, a cash advance will he required from each person on registration.of ?3.00 per day from time of his arrival to hrcakiag up of camp. 'Members of thir-.iothbritjge 'District gb'-- ing to take a hand'In the-Irri- gation question! There will ho a meeting of these' farmers 'on Friday noon in the Silver Grill lo have a round table talk on the sub- ject. Following this meeting tho farmers will altend the ir- rigation mass meeting in the Colonial theatre1. Machinists Threaten Strike Iron Works May belied Up LETHBRIDGE GIRU TAKES HONORS AT LONG BEACH Machinists employed by the bridge .Iron Works will be on slrikc Friday unless a settlement of their c-in be reached in tho meantime. This statement was made to tho Herald Thursday afternoon by James Sbmerville, representing the Intcrna- IS FEELING S. J. Shepherd Holds Confer- ences inr Calgnry to Discuss Bond Sale. S. J. Shepherd, solicitor fpr the- Letli- bridge Northern auj tho Retlaw-Lo- moud Irrigation districts, is today holding conferences with bond-men in Calgary In regard lo (he bonds of tho Lelhbridgc Northern district. This announcement was made today by G. H. Marnoch, president oi the of trade, at the luncheon of'lhat organi- zation, i Mr. Shepherd went to Edmonton with a deputation from the south to interview Premier Stewart'in regard 10 financial assistance Id the Leth- bridge Northern, .In connection' with the present .campaign that Is being waged by the hoard of trade. Chris Jehsen: also a member of this depu tatiou. Is back again, but Mr. Shep herd, learning of the presence In Cat. gary of bond 'men, remained over thero to discuss the subject with tacm. No Idea has been given by Sir Shepherd as to the attitude of the bond men In regard to Lelhbrldgp Northern bonds, hut it Is hoped that. to.will have something of Importanco to say when he arrives probably tomorrow. Kofuud will be made rfor ..linexnired 'B'-j period1 It visitor does not stay for full period. ?a.OO of this goes toward inci- a nesro at Eastou, awaiting I denial expenses ot the meeting -Visit- Cor assaulting 13-yca.r-j ors who slay at holds will he rcquest- )M .girl, escaped..from jail.-for theicd lo make payment of on regis- ic-cbnil time. Lynching is threat-j tration tc cover incidental expenses of sne.u. meeting. Djlinion I'til. J.rorth at Raard cf Trade at the "resent, time the ditches of Ace'nt Ui'2ed c' "ro canT'nE every mmce wat" thnl lhey nnlesaj r__-. the ditches are enlarged It will he! DlMl of toi.'mil a" target.- -trean> j he'.pasl wV-cIf and tlie present situa- lnroV8h ll.wm- x IM in which tlie C. P. K. finds itself i '.'Urges j n regard lo wuler supply for UK !rri- >Ir- Muckioston also discussed the Kited districts, featured Ihe luncheon I -of '.reservoirs, which w.-ui; f Iho board-of'trada -Thursday. G.! "Wight up hy W. A. Hamilton. The t. Marrjopb: .presidonl-'ot.'lhe pvlewcrl'Irrigation matters of the reservoirs for storage of, considerable construction i :essary and this would! be costly. Mr. Lund pointed oiil that there are I thousands of acres, of land close lo! Lellibrulge lhat Is In a position to re-' water from the C.. P. R. wanted lo kncy what was.huld-'l said he; understood matter between 'COOLING CREAM It's summer's uiost healthful and. refreshing food especially when it is of tJic1 pure, rich, of ours urn! ('iclightfu'lly: delicious .ivith our. ta'sly fl.iv'or-' ings. 606 Third Avenue South HAKE impuiori mailers or me, and. Peter Lund bill co.ipid ill Iho nucstlon of Ihe C. PvR.-.supplyl '1 le neco' ag more Tarn! with baring.the Mar f Iho I.pthhrtdgc bat the: verdict o( the ilnlctriRtionaVr rim mis shirr on tho division' lo krc raters of the St. Mar Milk this He sa Ivors will have to ''ij'c rendered aiitl lnat wns Just n pisrninent uctlon ijcforo Iho NEW CENT.COINS APPEAR Pona'lVi'.'-.wjw mis-ncnt cnlns appeared are making a favor.tbfo iinpresMon.-. (Kx- aminalisii.1 'sliowr, the newcom-. ors'pre.-a llttla lhan the I0-cciit 'piccr and thlcUbr largor than Ihe coin of thn ife miminalion used In Ihe Unit- ed Str-.lcs. ProportEonately tho are lighter (ban the older duo not only to a rcrlur.linn in Klzc, but also to the fact (hat there IB not so much cnpnev in the alloy. Guticora Soap! Is ideal The Complexion the Dominion government and the! C'. P. R., and was not aware of the I International question -being the jhlngo. Mr. M.irnooh paid tribute to i Calgary Herald for Ihe support thatj j has been glvlnR the campaign and thanked the LethbrMge Herald tor its supp'orl. Need County Ancnt Marnoch ndvorated the ostnb- lisMng in hy the provin- cial government of an official agrl- cultural atccnl. Ho pointed nut that I Ihe agricultural questions of the smith I urn not PICI rame in any otlior part of the province ami owing tlo tl.n importance- of many of them I he f the prnvirtclftl govern- nicnt would he acting wisely In so do- j Askccl ahpnt the grasflhoppcr ailita- Mnji ho (he. rjovcrnmcnt officials jnro ohiiinih'; .splendid resulls from ihi poisoning and fs an ampin .--nrinTy [vi hand. of the PJnr-hcr lie was fold, are not lei. 'ho hoppnr men- ncc ar-il ihov pro likely to somo other district Mifi'er, A AND FORCING'S OF ALL DES8RIHTION3 AND KEEP IN STOCK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIQNS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEARIt-OS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS -2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And oilier repairs for tho Cnse, llcovcs, numley and other popular makes of Steam and O.asoiliio Tractors. We havo the best facilities inr straightening and tracing Crank Shafts, lie- boring and doing oth- er machine work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 332 LIMITED. OF CRITICAL PEOPLE "CANADA'S BEST" THERE'S A REASON Come in and have, us demon- strate these superb instruments to you, YOUR OLD P1AWO TAKEN IN TRADE, PAYMENTS OF THE BALANCE ARRANGED TO SUIT. Willis' Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIOUE tional Association of Machinists, who is here from Moose Jaw representing the men in their efforts to secure wage increases. About ten or a dozen machinists are iavolved In the threatened strike, though it is possible mere employees at the plant will bo affected if the machinists walk out According to the claims of the men present wages of machinists and ap- prentices are from 25 to 100 per cent: are being paid In Calgary, anditUey claim they are-asking noth- ing more, based on the same working conditions. "Dare-faced of returned is the way ilr. Somervllle characterized the- wages paid appren- tices working under the soldiers' vo- cational training plan. All tho men In- volved hut one, are returned men, ho Tho government bonus, instead of henefilliag the boys as intended, goes Into the coffers of the firm, he and.the r'e.-esiablishment -board is being-asked rectify conditions as far as its authority In reference to the above Mr. Bar- nacal, manager of tlie Iron Works, states that he refuses to deal with any outsiders, but Is willing lo consider any proposals that are placed befcre him by a committee of his own eni- If the' employees of the Iron Works are dissatisfied it remains for Ihem tn appoint such a committee to discuss matters with him. ihsser! to Represent the High School on National Flag Day, June 14 Little, who is at Lor.g Beach. California, with her mother and sister, vrak selected from among the pupils -of the high school to give a reading at the national flag day celebra- tion June 14. She was hlghlv complimented by Mr. Shannon, ihe orator of the day c-n this oc- for her interpretation nf "Old Ulory" by James Whit- comb Riley, alter which she was presented with a benutiful boucitiet roses. Her many will Tie pleased lo'hear of her SUCCCTS and especially those.who rememijer her read- at the Veterans' concerts last winter. GO 10 IMS SPlIi In spile of the. present unrest In jl. Ireland .the I district are booking- passages for that country.-. Press 'reports received dur- ing the- pist tew days Indicate fhzt the situation in Ireland la such tint some of the channel steamers have cancelled their sailings. At the present lime Mrs. S, Dobl'3 aud children, of Taber, are on the At- lanllc Ocean, en route to Ireland. Jlr. who is the proprietor of tho Palace hotel, at Taber. In evincing considerable anxiety MrsVD'ohbs and children and Is likely to arrange to return 'immediately. t This 'morning' James of I Orion, arranged for passage to Irc- 'ami for himself. wife and two chil- siren. They will sail on July it. BUTTON PERKINS Old Country Shoemakers The one place where you can get your shoes' filed just right. Orders called for and delivered 4ISA FIFTH STREET PHONE 693 3 Doors South Colonial Theatre AtototiMl m [SawEiaiilJ Tea, Kcrr's Special, per Ib. 75c Tilson's, Oatmeal, per pkg. 44c Coffee, Our Ideal Illeail. Ib., 65c Standard Oatmeal; per sack 90s SPECIAL Cloverdale Creameuy Butter, per lb. 60c OcJ Oranges, meiliuui sizes, per Pc-jiciies, per Ib. 25e 50c Watermelon, ptr ib. 12c "Liquid Wai. larger VoKGtalilc Soup, Campbell's, per' size..................... tin 20s Rickett's Cream Tints, 3 pkgs. Siiiilen'siTomatoo iarke for IDC 23c Cooseherries, per basket 20c Vienna Sausage, tin 23c and 50o GEO. KERR .FAMIt-Y GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS Ritchie Paterson and Company 5-6 Acndia Building Third A.venue Owing to market con- ditions, it is necessary to reduce the price offcream to the following No. 1 Cream 55c per Ib. Buttevfat No, .1 Sour Cream 52c per Ib. Butterfat No. 2 Sour 49c per Ib. Butterfnt, price takes effect on June 24th, 1920; v Crystal Dairy Limited MILK! Pure nnrl froah from-our own dairy hnnl, delivered for break- disappointments. Quarts, Just like having your own cow If you Phone 1142 A. J. Butterwipk 'Son Lcthbridgs Dairy If you eat at this CAFE Your meals are as good and as moderately priced as you can you svill enjoy every -hing you order'. The Yale THE fJEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OUR LARGE NEW SANITARY PLANT is now in Full Operation We are prepared to supply customers with Chief Mountain Cream- ery IJrand Uutter and -Ico Cream. Wo nre also exclusive agents for Cardston Creamery Uranri .Butter. We Invito public inspection at any timo. We arc also In the market for sweet or churning cre'am and 'milk at the highest market prices. PHONE OR WRITE CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., 'PHONE 1929 Farming Costs May be reduced by co-operation. Keep this In mint! when buying'. BINDER TWINE, iMACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. Your Company, At Yo'ur S'.r'vics. FARM PRODUCTS UMlf ED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, POTATOES, DEED COjALDALEV Phone R017 Phone 777, LETHBRIDGE WANTED GRAIN ELEVATOR AGENTS FIRM OPERAJING LINE OF ELEVATORS IN, PRAIRIE PROVINCES is DESIROUS OF GETTING" IN TOUCH-WITH A NUMBER OF- GOOD ELEVATOR AGENTS. APPLY GIVING FULL PARTICULARS AND NAME OF PREVIOUS EMPLOYER TO BOX 15, HERALD THE HANDSOME STONES On vlow litre, ore.nol M pcn.slvc ftg you indy iniaglne.: We prepare thcm.'wheii no im- mcdfaiq sra-on fiaud. -Mcniuncnlai -Wocks, EIGHTH STREET.aOUTH ;