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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ALL THB LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NBW8 {TUESDAY, JUNE SECOND SECTION LETHRKIDGE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN The Rhyming Optimist (By Aline Ask That Teachers Be Given i> ;-l'air 95 U Per; Cent. Sign. 'SYhat is knowo as the Martin case has stirred up considerable feeling in SlarcHevllie. It appears (hat the prln- ripal oMhe Hnrdlerlllc sc-hool has a KUiu'ber vt friends In the- village who Sro net ratisfJed with, the way. as they reganl II, 'a which ho hac been dca'lt with. To emphasize their feel- ings in the matter the following petl- ttou has beon circulated, io be pre- thb scbool board. It Is stat- song of summer .sweet and sunny dijt wfceu this fair newcomer trilla of -woodland ways. Summer-time Is calling ot the hair Mils, ot the streamlets falling of the laaghine rillE. Wouldn't it bo jolly if year Job could wait? If you'd say: "By Golly! I have got a data! 1 am goiag fishing, euui- nier calls ina out; i' can hear the swishing cf tba vice old trout; hoart the droning of the hone.v-bees. Cricky! But I'm hqh- lug for the Bly and That's what you should answer when tho boss you meet Summer is dancer and her steps are sweet. Sum- mer Is u maldeu lurlae men with smiles, and her arms are laden vltl> a thousand wiles. of birds and grasses, wllea of fruit and flovrer. Ah! When summer presses golden is each hour! Siag a song of siuhmer, when the winds are low; she's a rosy mam- G. Ti Wride Tells of Conditions in Montana, Utah and Idaho. ed that it has been signed by 95 per mer. danclns whore, you to. cent, of the citizens of Hardieville. E'eamlns over The Petition To the Board of Trustees of S. D. Xo. SI, Lcthbrfdge. Alia. the undersigned ratepayers of 'Ilia city ot Lelhbrlclse, and parents JiHvins: children.'attending Hftrdievllle fcbool. strongly prates', against the action of the school board respecting Jlanltcvillo school ns set forth in Jheir resolution dated June 22nd. We are well FalisfieJ with-the in- 5tructlnn our .children have been re- 'reiving and earnestly desire that Mr. IMartin.anj Mrs. Seelye's Eerflces be j'etalnnu. In any event, consider il only fair that a thorough investiga- tion be hold before Inspector Roberta' report Is.accepted. We' furthermore consider that the school board either declare Mr. Mar- tin cleared of the charge (brought ugainst him by Gleam or else order ji full Investigation regarding same. We feel very, strongly that a grate Injustice is about to bu done and ittspecltully insist upon this petition meeting with, proper action. When) vale and hill. Summer sets you dreaming. seU your heart a-thrlll'. And you dream of roses sleeping Ion? ago in dim gar- den-closes that you used- to XTJOW. )reams of summer's weaving with her magic -spell, dear beyond believing, dreams loo sir'eet to Sin? of summer's coming. Don't you hear her call? Honey-bees a-hmnmlng, flowers n carnival. funny, in.tbe marts of me.u folks keep counting mon- ey though she's afjain. Don't you lear her laughter, rippjlngr soft and slow? I'm the fuy sot to George T. of 1JS1 tin Ave. A, South, reached home yesterday a trip by automobile across Men. tana, Idaho, and Vtah. He reports !he crop conditions through Montana similar to this district regarding do- velopment. The earliest wheat as far sonth as Dillon is jist showing the shot blade and every other stage of growth. A largo percentage is Just coming up with the recent good The state has not had n general soak er. but tbe heavy rains have been so widely distributed that nearly the en tire state Is rejoicing in tus crop prcs- pacts. Idaho is needing rain. Win- ter wheat is In full head and rather short. Potato prospects are good Idaho specializes in potatoes. The first crop of alfalfa Is just taken olf, and the new crop does not "green up" owing to the weevil eating tho bud of the new growth. The farmers say It will not start for 4 week or so until the insect completes its Etage of development.and quite eating. Utah has the same trouble. The early spring wheat there is in full head. Tbe fruit crop will be light. Spring is ba'ckward and Alberta is not'far be- THE EXCUSE IS GONE In regard to complaints be- ins made by parents that boys return home lale and say that Ihey were it the Y. M. U. A., Mr. Manby states that he makes It his busmess ru that evsry lad quits the build- Ing at 9 denlly the lads are making the "V" on exeuso for beloj out after hours. IALLSPORIS Man Held Responsible for De- 'Hnquency of Little Girls Sent Up for Trial. First Games Open on Friday- 'AH'Boyo Wanted in Games. Rising Generation'of Lethbridge To Be Movie Actors for One Day. [T. E.Ivens.. Perfects Signal Lump-Tor: Electricity and Oil, Alternating. An ingenious 'device, 'in the shape tit a barely-lamp, to obtain the best results In the. interests ol "safety first" has been .invented by T. B. Iv- ciis, a brakeman on the C. P. R. The lamp-is for placing at tbe rear of trains, as Is the practice now. but with the object of gettins a better light and a better radiating ot the same by the. use of electric light. According' to ihe decision of the Jtailway Board, 'electric light, an inv pfqvement though it he, is not allow eil to bo used In the signal lamps In the danger that lies in the current be ing at any time cut olf.' Tho inventiol of Mr. Ivens is to obviate this by the use of both otl nnA electricity. In the lamp either light Is centralized auto- matically, and is Ignited and extin- guished by the same means. To the Herald Mr. Irens showed liow" the lamp works by fixing it to the rear-of the Calgary sleeper on the track. H was lit by the electric cur- rent and immediately tbe same .was fisviichert off the oil wick of Ilic lamp came into play anil the light continued automatically. Immediately the elec- tric current came, on again the oil Jlame automatically vFenVoul. This result was obtained by. a sliding ar- rangement working automatically and coming into play immediately the elec- tric light went oul and vice versa. A lamp ot this description allows the use "of the electric llgtft, now vetted by the Hallway Hoard, giving far more brilliancy and moro radiation than in the lamp In use now. Mr. lions, who on the G. P. K. .it tho coast, has been concentrat- ing on the lamp for some time and completed the details at the Pngct Bound !tava1 yard. He is In the city, hcing on a visit to his uncle. U. J. Ivons. a well known rancher in the Cai'dston district.' Nest Friday, July 2, will see the big summer program ot sports for boyi started in this dtj-. Bvcry boy in Lcthhrldge who la not already affiliat- ed .vitfl a team .for, July and August should do so ationce. 'By getting In touch with one oi'tba following ffen- tlemen, Messrs. T. Jtldoath, A. O. Vlr- oacxwara ana A.uena is nonar J-' en akS; ShortB. Farrow, hind the stale., much.farther south. or Mr Colltas As an citlieua offerings today be Ing chronicled by the'Department of Trade mid Commerce. Carter, of ;Bjireau ol the above LetU- brldgc niakiug good uas ol hlacamern. Carter is mating a (horoDgn tour of th6 west on this campaign and his results will be shown on the screen j and In propaganda" to interest people of other countries in the possibilities of obtaining a good living on the prai- ries. inin .'will Visit tbe experimental farm; ,tho mines, the macaroni factory, the irrigated, dis- trict around C.oSldale and some of the ranches of the south., He started hie work in the west at Winnipeg, wont to Brandon, Verdun, Moose Jaw, Maple Creek and through the Cypress Htlls and through the Cattle Creek irrigation district. From he will go to Edmonton and CaJgarv, where ha will take pic- tures of the fair In the capital and around'Calgary, pictures of ranch life. At Red. Deer he will fitm (he country fair. lie has agreed to- rematn iii Leth- the holiday. On that day the united Sunday school picnic will bo held, lie will film urtair. On Thursday hundreds of children will Rock lo tho exhibition grounds and enjoy themselves andi the film of them will he shown, broadcast." The lower altitude and longer days here will probably bring off tho crop as, early as there. Mr. Wrlde brought home 11s auto thus completing a1 tour of five thou- sand miles which began last August, He and bis family visited tho places of Interest along the Pacific coast aud spent the winter In Los Angeles, Call fornla. 'They went by way of British. Columbia, Spokane, Seattle. Portland Sacramento, San Francisco arid the coast route. They returned by way of the Arrowhead trail across Nevada and Arizona: In Utah they cncoun tered heavy storms and 50 came home by train. The entire.trip was-made without misadventure or serious ac cident and with, but one trivial garage repair. The last 850 miles was made by Mr. Wrlde In three consecntive days. He was entirely alone, on tjii last leg of the trip. Every vendo? of liquor in Mont real has had a against -htm and summonses have.been issued'fo Belli as JiW r. ,vjjt h a. prec.crjp tjsn.; Dr. Doylo, Mayor of Essex, has sold put his practice and will move to Windsor to specialize In surgery. Notice to Parents of Boys Pieass take notice that boys under 15 years of ass are NOT ALLOWED IN THE AFTER P.M. Boys coming under this age arc sent homo before nine so as to comply with tho by-law. 167-6 Ij-'a1 of. Central scbool. who Is go Ins o be in charge of> leagues for .he summer. There ere leagues already dravm tip "or baseball and 'football. They will accommodate boya from' 10 years of to 18 years'.''.The hoys are di- vided into three groups, junior, mwiiate and senior, in both lines ot eport. The first two games of tbe junior baseball league will be played this week. On Friday' afternoon the 'Bap- tist will play 8L Augustin's on the Slith avenue grounds. Saturday after noon tho two.United teams will clash on Adam's park, Are you Let us start games right, every- one be on deck on time, 2.30 p.m. for At tlie city police court oa Tuesday. Thomas a one-legged man. was committed for trial by Magistrate Ir- win for tha alleged horrible crime of attempting an judeceat assault on two girls. .ten and i half years and the other seven and halt years of age, found, as alleged. In bed with him la sbick he occupied at the river bottom.' The caw was heard in cam- era with two elrls gbine evidence. The and arrest of the ribonfv arose through the parents of the younger child, tbe girl of seven, informing the police that she was reiesing. .IJn the of Lynn Mr. MuFpby, Janitor of the miners' library, rendered valnabla service. From sus- picions aroused through seeing Lynn vtth the elder girl some time previous traced'the miislng Klrls to the ahack, worldnK in conjunction with pbiiM. .He looked after tha chil- dren .before they were handed back to their pareo'.s, and brought the com- mendation from the magistrate that he had acted like a in iiie assistance he gave. on being asked II he had anything to aay, reserved his defence ou hearing that he was to ba dealt with a higher court, and was .re- moved hi custody. v WHAT HON. MEIGHEN SAID IN MARCH, 1913 In explaining tho situation regard- ing the division ot repsonBibilily be- tween the provincial ami Dominion governments in regard to irrigation Mr. Marnotl this moraiug drow alien- ton to the following telegram from "Ion. Arthur Melghen, published on March 13: "Am ready to undertake surveys for irrigation work referred to provided provincial government give clear un- derstanding that responsibility from that on Is provincial or local and not Dominion. We afford appropriate en- gineering supervision. If province in discharge of such responsibility our- chase district's bonds and desires bo- minion loan against same such wilt be considered. Cannot undertake ex- penditure necessary without under- standing above described." This declaration has now been made three Mr. Marnoch said acd is the same as given- at the recent con- vention in Lethbrldge and is the same as pointed out In his address. SHAMROCK WINS TfUAL SANDY HOOK, .V. Y.. June 29. Shamrock IV., which will meet Ileso- lute for the America's cup off Sandy Hook, neit montb, today defeated her trial horw, the 23-metre Shamrock, by two minute] 51 seconds in a mila rtce. Executive of District Associa- tion Met the Main Subject. More members is the aim this year of the U. P. A., in tiS Lethbrldge dis- trict and southern Alberta, taid W., A.. Hamilton thU. morning. An. ac- tive .campaign will start In the neai future to get jniny al present are -lot members Into the ranks of this farmers' organization.. There are a large number In the south who have not Joined hands with theii fellow faymerfi in making their owe organizatloa as strong as possible. No meeting it the directors ol the I.ethbr'dgo district organization hat been called but it is understood that they are likely to'be called upon to meet when the campaign becbaies ac- tive. This question slightly touched upon at a moetlng of the di- rectors Friday when irrigation was the big topic. At thit meeting'they- realTirmed a resolution passed at the district convention. THIS TTTLE HAS BEEN AC- QOmED AFTER MANY YEARS OF PERFECT SATISFACTION SERVICE THAT ARE GIVEN BY WILLIS PIANOS. A STYL6 FOR EVERY TA8T.E AND A PHICE FOR EVERY POCKET- BOOK. You Will Enjoy Eating Here in Hot Weather have a wlilo variety ol conduct these Tyros over tho burning Sands to Zom Kcm'a cool and murmuring well. Heroin not, ar.d may Allah shield and protect you from the heat. I Raw him do It Dqno in Arabic Courtesy, ALLAN M. RITCHIE, Secretary, M. B. STEELE, Member A. of L. S. lloyal Vizier. Willis Pi LIMITED HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDQE anos MUTTON PERKINS Old Country Shoemakers The where can get jroar shoes fired Just right Orderi called for and delivered. 418A FIFTH STREET PHONE 3 Doors, South .Colonial Thtatre EAT MORE ICE CREAM, ITS GOOD FOR YOU During tho hot weather to save cooking lake home CHIEF MOUNTAIN VELVET ICE CREAM, CHIEF MOUNTAIN BRAND BUTTER, CHIEF MOUNTAIN PURE PUASTEUR1ZED MILK, CHIEF. MOUNTAIN BUTTER a bottle of rich, sweet cream to serve with fruit. We are caterert for all of these cfelieioup hot weather articles of diet, and arc prepared to give our customers the last In quality, and service. ICE CREAM IN BRICK OR flavor, delivered to Any part of the city. PHONE 1829 AND OUR DRIVER WILL CALL Come In slid Visit Our New Plant, It Will Please You. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 YOU DONT HAVE TO KEEP A COW TO FRESH PURE MILK We deliver milk fresit from our dairy herd> in lime for breakfast. PHONE 1142 A, J. Butterwick Son North Lethbrldge Dairy P.O. BOX 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax .SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS .Business ENGINEERS Sitchie Paterson and Company 5-6 Acadla Building .612 Third Avenue (South) If you eat at this CAFE Your meals are as good and as moderately pnced as you can you will enjoy everything you order. The Yale 212 THE'NEW CAFE FIFTH STREET SOUTH Farming Costs May reduced by co-operation, Keep this In mind when buying BINDER TWINE, MACHINERY AND GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES. Your Company, At Your Service, FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED HAY, ALFALFA MEAL, POTATOES, SEED COALDALE, Phono R617 Phone 777, LETHBR1DGE Brooms, teary ancj strong, eilra fiue straw, Corn Syrup, 5 Ib. Uns.-e-ach 78o 1'ea, Kerr's Special, per ib. 75c aectric Soap Chipe, 2 B5c Celery Salt, in glass, each 27c Prunes, medium size, 2 Ibs. 45c Honey, Ken's Atfalfa.'as the can make It, per jar 85c arid Royal Mad per bot- tle 3Sc and 45c Quick Pudding. aKOTtaS flav- ors, i tor ..........35c Efter-Ready Clotlies Line, ee. 4Oo Whljks, 45c Wire Clothes Uan, each Hew milk dessert contacts no gelatine or G flavors, 'made in .11 per its............Me .condition. Each Rhubarb, Peiachcs, Plums, Apri- cola. Head at the-' lowest niar-. hot prices. Sparkling tie App'estalf. bot- 20c" _. hollle 35c Ume Juice, per bottle 60c _: THIS STORE CLOSED Otl THURSDAY, JULY 1st, DOMWIbM DAY v Sliced Peaches, GoM Bar, the each............... 60c Pears. Jlalkin'n Best, tise each 62e Loganbeniec, Quaker Brasd. per 45-, Campbeil's Assorted Soaps, 3 for GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AUD Owing to market con- ditions, it is necessary to reduce the price of cream to the following No. 1 Sweet Cream No. 1 Sour Cream No. 2 Sour Cream -55c per Ib'.-Butterfat 52c per Ib. Butterfat 49c per Butterfat This price takes effect on June 24th, 1920. Crystal Dairy Limited -ere- WANTED GRAIN ELEVATOR AGENTS FIRM OPERATING 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 view here are not so ex- pensive a.i. you may .imagine. We prepare them when no im- mediate orders are on hand. Lethbridge Monumental Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTH ;