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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD NEWS FRIDAY, UvTHHKIDGK. ALHKUTA. fritne Cleaned Out And RUB Start Eariitr Will for plenty of work miners tn the txjihbridgo district growing more bright every day. With Ho pas', few Jays a.colrt spell bas sweeping the uuu Is causing n drain uu exi'liux supplies of coal. Tho milieu i'.ro only working at halt lime at present hut it this weather keeps up much longer their bins will be clock-. seriously depleted oE Auot-hey important result of the present cold spell Is that the summer season of the minus is likely to open up much earlier than In previous sea- Although there Is no great rush for coal from tho mines, there la steady demand and the coal mer- chants throughout the prairies uro having Iheir reserves called on quite heavily. This will mean that tho merchants will have to start to replenish their Blocks earlier and it "is fully expected in Lelhbridgo that summer mine op- erations will communes ahout the niiddic of April, or shortly after. Reglna, Lelhbrldec anil Winnipeg registered zero readier yesterduy. Ixxally it. went to ten below, zero, 18 In Wirings and 28 below in. Kiyim. The weather 'report. EtateiV (hat" cold intense throughout the. entire vest with. snow falling in Alberta. The total precipitation in Ijeth- brldgc and district has climbed now to 53 Inches for the winter. The snow now Is making travel In the country distrlcts exceedingly difficult fur cars. Kef. Major Barrow Preached His Firs! Sermon Here on Wednesday The new rector of St. Augustin, Rev, (MRjor) Gore Barrow, will be in- ducted as rector of tho parish on Sun- day -according to present ar- with Arclideacon Hayes, oi Calgary, He' preached fecior of the'parish on Wednesday, conducting the usual Lenten service. The retftor is a lype of Iho clinrch being a veteran of Jhe iioer.war and ot the Great War. He enlisted in the Hampshire Yeo- manry previously to taking holy ord- ers, going out to South 'Africa as private. Later a commis- PUNCH BOARDS ARE ILLEGAL AND POLICE HAVE BAN ON THEM Tho provincial police are- making a rirorous against the prac- tice of 'jsins.punch, boards which is regarded ss Illegal. -As result of this llou, a Chinaman, appeared at Iteruus, on March ftli, before Jus- t'.ces of peace Welsh and Van: ables and, plendiug guilty, was fined und costs. The charge laid him was t' a punch boa! tcnntnlnK.who among holders of lois, tickets. or chances, are win- ii'era of certain projtert.v hi tho xliuvo of watches and other plrzes. haiof unlawfully Derating 'Oara for the purpose of de- FLAIHEAO VALLEY FORALBER1ASHEEP, Good News -For Southern Al- berta Ranchers Comes From Forestry Branch Alberta sheep and cattle ranchers will be able to obtain considerable Brazing land In tho Flathcad Valley, li.C.. and other places adjacent to the B. border. This Informa- tion was received (his morning by 3. S. Rose, secretary of the Board of Trade, in a letter from the office of the District Forester, Cranbrobk, The letter, explains details aud reads: llic coming summer there will he available for grazing purposes considerable range in the Flatheod Valley aud in valleys adjoining tho Aberta-B. C. boundary. "The charges for grtzing on this land .will be: Sheep over six months .old, SV4 cents per head and tor cattle 32 cents per head. In addition to this there is payable to the department a (as of 25 cents per liead for'sheep and 75 head for cattle. "The department is anxious that this should utilized during the coming .summer in order to elim- inate a certain amount of fire risk, in the event of you knowing of stock- men who have. Targe bands of sheep who would be in a position to use these lauds during tho coming sum- would be glad to come to Loth: bridge and make arrangements with them regarding allotment of range and so on. "I have enquiries from Alberla sheepman regarding the Lower Pltit- head, which ia, I believe, the finest sheep range in the country. "While no legislation has been passed to give grazing leases to stock- MAYOR HAROIE INDIGNANT Mayor Hurdle is highly In- dlfnant over tbo statement inado by J. H. Boylo ihat. in exception to the of (lib titles of (he "IK A. 1'. P. in Lelh- bridge had not received any cooperation from the city po- lice In the of Ihe liquor act. "The statement." said His tt'orsliip, "Is absolute- ly without fouudatlon." 4 said tho niai'or, Is as much as 1 will commit myselt at the present time, awaiting tho tak- up of Ihe cbaiienge by ;Mr. Boyle. First Prize lo Mrs. 173 Replies 17 Errors First prize. Harold West- brook. 534 12lli Street S., 15 errors. Second prize, John Muir, CSS 9th Street S., 15 errors. Third prize. Freed, 526 2lst Street X., !ft errors. The result being a tie, the prizes have been awarded as announced In the order in which the. envelopes were opened. Following is the official list of er- rors, totalling seventeen; Krror Itccl Elliott Iteparms Iron Works Traders J. Nelson Co........, Sals .Mason Risen Poplar Queen Esther.............. Canata Ellison Mills Flowr J. Gilmore Ltd. J. Oilmoro Ltd...... ICenuy Allin A. Carruthers Co. A. Baalim 'Motor Co. Hudson's Bay Co. Hudson's Bay Co. Clarke ___ Oilmor Kxpenivo Tasllesa Gasp AdrCFS Thread Jennna Goosberry Casaul Palance Jewel ery Sikokotokians Still Want Books and Magazines .Some tifne the Sikoktttoki Chapter, I.O.D.B., made an appeal to citizens ot LethbrUlge for aud They uskeil all regular subscribers to maga- zines and who not wish ti> keep theiu to kindly donate them to the above chapter uul later uno mouth ufro" iiiOiiina- tiou. The- chapter wishes tu renew this'appeal? It is out that tho magazines are for now liviiiK In outlyiiiR where readins matt'cV is ban! procure. Several answers were receivtnl to'the first appeal .but is KO great that this chuincr bun deemed it wise to again appeal. A phono call to MissfAiiBiu lloS. will be sufficitm noilu- that you have some u> spare. Tlie magazines, "'ill he called for every mouth. -5 THE FIRST 1920 CHICKENS Hilly Ailken has (wi-lvo Ko he discovered on his vlsi1. to the- this -I- morning. This is OKI lirfcl batch of dill-kens to bo hatched out in in iic- v cording lo word presc-uU'd at the Herald office, ami Billy is proud. FAILED ID PAY HIS I And lUtymond Theatre Man Muli-M in A. Court Mm- One liuuilriitl ami icii witli j i costs, or 15 days, was the imtius-, it'll on a Jlayiimuil laan-'wliu Meeiing Thursday Night obtained, with this in he sut- Will Be Mass Meeting it! tllc "me the best fui- the launching a! tliu proposal. iiiltcr Ihltc i A canvass at Viiriou's labor orfiuii- of the ciiy is coutemplatv.l land an official of Altn-rla C'J- iirlTl I'u-oni-i'ailw stun' ejuu' a (operative Association i-ome to tile h.-aw a thing uf lo help inattors along. It Is I Ullim; jJiei'iO'l lie will bpone.if the apc.ikcrs v, ilal1- "i uroiiowd riiass i ;1 Th-.- men arc going imo v- il n'' i affair in iHi effort to lower ill 1tomilily IH- hvul in a thing for ihcinsi-lvos. i" many Sei-iioi'j uperli-mv Rain- I'd ill liK' last yt'lllui'i- tlii.' iliis tinut vinuld In1 Krc at the court in ciiy belorc Magistrate on Tlnirsilay attcv- jnoon.' The charge against him was i that March Uah. and i l-'cbruaiy 21st at llaymoiul, heins owner and manager of a moving pic- ture houBe, he refused und neglected Who Made Sen- oi-ay war exrtso tax ks-the' I Isjicclul war revenue bill of 191o for Sational Escape Will Have i moving picture It was itmlw To Stand Tri-il eliiirgwl ilial he follcii ami uoKlcdiMl 10 otana (Q swonl big the ntmiUL'r of such films used .lessc Lackner, who recently made a each (lav during the periml ineniionvd. sensational escape from the-provincial Ttie pruscciillnn was taa.itt C. T. i-xp-CKtril llic uDhiiuK liial s support nf wouhl LINER WILL CALL AT HAMBURG PLYMOUTH. March Alter Liti landing passcr.gffrt fcr. Emjlartd iy J today, the Cunard steair.cr Sax- left for Hamburg, inaugurat- ili ing the Cunard Line service to li-' Germnny. slon in the King's 'Own Scottish Bord- "Ven iroin without the province, I I; erers and went with his regiment loilieve that such legislation may ha India. .He then Joined the church, i passed at the present Bitting ot the coming over to Canada, where he" was house, when it will be possible to lease cmrate of: St. James' Catheital, Toron- definite areas of grazing land to to. From this position he was'apitoint- j stockmen-for a' period 6! live or ten ed re'ctor of a nefr mission.- churcli-l years. i formed in .Toronto, leaving for the j "This would be a special inducc- frontas chaplain when the war broko I ment to stockmen from without the out. Major'Barrow personally recruit- (province. cd company of 100 men for Iho wifr i would be glad to hear from yon among his own.parishioners. Return-Jin regard to this matter at your ear- ing Irom overseas-bo was appointed "est convenience and would be pleased chaplain to" the garrison luj'o s've you any furlher information Calgary until demobilized. may require. ..Wo (o range for SCOC head ot cattle in the Hftv. andt .Mrs. Barrow and family Trill occupy the rectory on Sth Street temporarily imtil a residence neerer tho churcU. the old 3t. Cyprian's and now St. Augusttn's, can ho procured. Xfllhlni? tangible has developed in re- gard to the building ot a new church. The proposed arrangement ia to effect an exchange of the seven loli held oy the parish on the corner of 4th Avenuo llth Street South, for the seven lots held for armory sltn on the comer ot filh Avenue llth.Street D'pper Kootenay Valley." 1 Her. Dr. K. C, Cay ley, refJtor of Simon's Church, Toronto, hna refused increase in salary. Lelhhridgc Taxi Majestic Theatre One hundred and seventy-three re plies were received, showing tho great interest taken in the contest. No'competitor was successful in find- ing all the errors. Five lound 15, five 14, and ten 13. The balance from one to twelve. Several competitors sent in errors from the' classified "advertisements These are, noil eligible.' The contest dealt only ivitlt display advertise- ments of local advertisers.' Such ads lleccham's Pills, Scott's Emulsion, Sunlight Soap, etc., are not local ads ami are not included. Some also marked aa errors sev- eral ivords which were correctly spelt. We congratulate tho winners on llieir powers of observation. We have received some enquiries as to whether a competitor entered the first contest may enter the oth- ers. Tlie answer is that any ssib- scriber to the Herald may enter all tho (con1ests, but may not more than one attempt in any one contest. v, jail, appeared the charge of jail breaking before .Magistrate liurrcll at Hie .A.P.r. court on Krlclay and was committed for trial. In bis csi-ajw, Luckner made u drop of suveral.fcet' i from a ledge outside .the prison, to which he worked selling out of one of the and do- ing so injured his leg. Me Is sllll iiuipiug from .the lie was found in 'an in a town residence .by 'former Chief of Police Hardy'and reiurtieJ to jail, l.ackner put np "a" dcfeiice, giving ay a reason for his was not treated properly while iu prison. Wood, dcnnty collector of taxes, of the inland revenue. .AH the Western Provinces, as veil as Ontario, have ma'de ngreyments with thii Fetleral of Labor regarding technical' education. T WORK HORSES For One HunrJrbd Head Marcs aiic! Geldings, 1200 to 1400 pounds. ALL BROKE. READY TO WQT1K. APPLY TO Knight-Watson Ranching Co., Ltd. RAYMOND OR LETHER1DGE SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Also Gentlemen's Shirts Made to Order. Sixth Street South (Behind Dominion Meat Market) NEW ERA IN WORLD IS NOW UPON US W. V. Satter, Canadian manager of. tho International Bihlc Students As- sociation, whose headquarters'tiro, in on Monday' nighl in the Jlihlc Students' Hail. His suli- jocL was: "The World as Millions Now Living Will Never Die." The speaker ma.inla.ined that the second section ot the world untied, in 1014. lie.named that section as from the flood to the "Times of the Gen- tiles." He called these sccllons "worlds." According to the speaker the Diblp. maintains that the present era is one In which all sins done away with artil (Soil's word will rule. Olr. Sailor argued that the lirst few years of Ihis period would be- (till ot IronWo anil instanced tho recent world war. BUPJK oKicc of tho govern- ment labor bureau will be as well equipped for business .within a fowl days as any office ia tho province, A returned soldier's wife will he em- ployed to looV after tho women's branch" of the employment work. j tip to tho present the male racin- oers of the stuff have had to do this work, and according to. their own statements, Jhey nin into SOTJC very situations, it Is neces- sary for them to onguiro as lo a wo-' man's if. and Atticr such delicate enb- .feels. The demand at the labor bureau for women growing steadily and it has fell for some lima that should bo em- ployed to take care of this wort. Dnr- ing last Tear ibnreau placed 380 la Join, HAVE YOU PELTSandFURS A Strong Market Prevails at Present and You Should Get Our Offer NOW on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest Prices. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST, S. P.O. BOX S V a STQRE of f Good Tastes" Ice Cream Dishes Fruits Confectionery Hot Drinks Everything carefully prepared, delicious, aud the very best. We fry to please you So well that you will always come. A wide-variety in every line and everything tastes good: v THE- Palace Confectionery Corner Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street K Daily STORE NEWS Saniilush, per tin 33c chili Sauce. houlti......40c SllriinilF, wet or dry. per tin'SOc per cuke 15c Vinccav. liein'J: 25c Airline. 2 I'o. glasF i.MHslaril I'ichic'f. llcinz. clilfdl-niV" TMiio rk--i n'ni- licr Imlllf Van six tins I'oiii uiul "onus with tutiisttu 'Kcrr's Alfalfa Honey. 9Bc Tun. Xaiibli, iicr Hi 70c Bloaters, inn- lin 2Qc Coffee. Hi. tin. ra. 65c .Klkhorn Cheese 25c'and'40c Salt. licsal freo riinning. 1 pfegs ____ 25c. New California ckw. '3 S T.: lur Hliredried Wheat Hisciilta. jmr Head Lettuce, for 25c tsc C'aulidower 40 c I'uireil Uice. pkg. ISc 'GEO-.KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS 1453-1365 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED S t You have ilio ojinortiinity tc dispose oi your Hides. Wool. Haw. Furs, ictc.i, at highest market not it? arc absolutely thi< I.argcrft Dealers in -.Vcjiierii Canailn solilna dir'oct In tanueriei--. Write tcitiay for our Qiictations and shinning tags. TRY "CARRUTHERS" THEY ALWAYS SATISFY. Write for our Nsw Price List just issued. Get on our mailing list. AdvicE free. Prompt returns made by Draft Money Orders or Currency. A. eARlblHERS Co., Ltd. Phone 595 _ 1251 2nd Avcr.il- S. Alia. DEALERS AND EXPORTERS OF HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS "AND TALLOW WINNIPEG. MAN.. HEAD OFFICE AGENTS. FOR MINEt5 ROCK SALT Ice Cream Is Not a Luxury li is a food, and a cheap food, It is a neces- sity. The food control provided sugar for Ice Cream during'the war, Eal Ice Cream. If is nourishing and main- tains health. Crystal Dairy Limited MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BE r-'lj. CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHS..1 And other repairs for the Case. Hefts, Rumley anri otlwr pop.ilsr makes of Steam rnd Gasoline Tractors. We have the best facilities for straightening and trueing Crank Shafts, Rcbormg Cylinders, and doing other rnacnine WOTK, PHONE 332 LIMITED ;