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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MAUC.H 6, 1920 THE HERALD'S I'ACE OF LIVE LOCAJ. NEWS LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. PAGE SEVEN y former in the diOrlet vAo l> In' If nl: poailble, bt In L'etftbrMfa on Monday morning to attend the meeting In the Board of Trade when Stewart and Mr. ChapJeswOrth, deputy minltUr of public worka will be presart to explain the deialli of tiie new Irrigation Mtl which Is to be Introduced In Iho provincial EogiiEature thtt session. .Brig.-Gciicrsl arrived this from Edvnpnton with copies of -the propiwd bill, the flails of which will affect to cuch a gfeat degree the Lethbridfle Northern and other contemplated projects. TKs Herald special dispatch from Ottawa on Saturday morning Indi- cating that the door, la yet open at Ottawa for Dominion aid In financing the bonds of the district has creattd renewed Interest In the Le'hbridgo Northern project among the of the movement In this city, and there IK an optimistic feeling that construction on the big project will begin before the spring la advanced. NO SCHOOL BOARD MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT Tliere was no racking ot the School Board on Friday night, no cjuorhm being available. f, -i makes ot bells. Fabric is one (hat is r t causing tlie manufacturers a lot of worry at present. Rubbers with ilif- Factory Owners Having Trouble rereut kinds ot lining ara aKected With Materials of in- Arc Away Up creases. Some rubfoore have cot gone Some lines pt Tubbor Ia lnade oll the iiim-ar. Imui p.s to pnces. lu b u j, mutter -It 13 n qacst.oii o( labor am! pc-cortling to Asu r fiio Rubter Syr, An advance went into elfect on March 1. combined, with tlin December ?5 t condition' in H is f; o: of skill. H is necessary llicie, liu slaicd. oil his trip. actory n-.7r.3rs lo coining schools, K'flcr lo oiilatn helj nnv dcRro'j BIG INTERNAT'NAL IKM.W. of A. OFFICIALS SATISFIED Ono Blr Uoloi officials ia claim ninety per cent, of tha members iu their organization. John. Kflmsay and William HuKton, International orjau-zers. say they arc wrong. That Is tho union situation (n Iho mines. Ko matter what the contentions vt tho O.U.U., are Messrs. Kam- ssy aad Huston Saturday ex- pros wd satisfaction the progress the international Is making agaJnat tlio 0. I) I! Separate School Rafe of J2 Mills Is Forecasted by Mayor Hardie Forty-two mills for jtparate school supporters in Lethbrldgs Is the tax rate for 1920. discussing th- sub- ject this morning Mayor VV. D. L. Hardie expressed the above on'in- Jon.- The city council wii! lioiJ a regular meeting on Monday night when It is possible they may get started on the 1920 estimates. Practically all the civic estimates are ready to be presented to the council. The public and separ- ate school estimates, It is under- stood, have not been forwarded to the city hall yet. Last the tsx rats was In the nelahborhood of 34 mills. In sin Interview iie ioli of hovr ouo [actory is cnuttnaaHy bear- ins a 1033 so thai they can ob- tain girls a knov'iC'lsa of their business v.-ith i-hancas of keep- iliB up rsMiulml output o[ the fac- tory. nialeiinl is gr harder to obtain. This is material that Is placed In" rubber and somo m His Death Expected Kew BranswrcK f'an Saved Mr. 7aidorc Thomas, of Tillcy's Eoad, Gloucester (.'ounty, X.B., ivhilo eipect- iig avail-id liimscif of help that Here is part of a le'.tcr ho irroto to beg you to publish raj letter, that'peGplcma.v inow what Gin 1'Uh did for Aly-cnsd was very serious. J. so every- .iny day. VinaUy, en R'lvicr. .frtjni fricmla, I tric-l Gin. Pius, nnd in tiuio irrvs rrell ngjiisi, and soon had ftKiaivl Kiflnry ami bladder very often, vrorl: in secret A cf-ndition may exist, with 2 to ir.diralo it. That ia why tho slightest iu back or fiiOcs KSionld be invcistigatcil. Tlicse uair.5, -n-itb sciutic neurnlgia, rhcnm- ilixziricss, Inasi- tr.ue, iuiiilajjo, Siigiily-coforcd urine, V.S'laclic, floating before tho cvet, giiivplj trouble. A cjurso Gin 1'itis, at onco, liml prcvcut-tbu pro- firc-ss of enabling iiio orfjnns to Tight tlienio-Mvcs an'l restore gii'jd heflHb. i'ills tbo 'pjre, safe, quicV retacjy. fii-i s. from TOUT lituggisi or Money rsf-jnile'l if no relief found. 'Herd fcr free sample. The Dreg Co. of Cr.nada, Limited, Tordr.vO. UnitCil blnles Kn-OnvCo., Inc., -03 lUiu St., N.V. ijj i Of Hiiii Company Shareholders On March Meet- ing He-clccls Orficefs agaiits and ot thi Karnisr.'i Fire and Hail Insurance Com- 13 Iho Lethbridgo riiatrlct v.'ll t'tillier for n banquet in Wesley Hall ion Jlaruh 19: Tiic festivities will start at C.30 p.m. i A projjTain of sneecnos and music lias been prepared. It is expected that (ho company's intentions for the year .will bo explained and tho intended I Invasion of Saskatchewan will lio dis- cussed. The company has started op- erations Tn that province and this year iiflsml to go right after the bail bus- incss there. They liaro eslaultelicil i mi office in Retina, j.' An increase In business of 00 per j cent, in npito of adverse conditions. I was experienced during tlie past year I by the company, according to stale- 1 luoiits presented at, tbo annual meet, i ing of tbo directors held in Ualjary i on Tuesday. The meeting WP.R presided over by iA. ,1. Donnlios, president anil the fol-, jloiring officers ivero elected for thoi yew: President. A. J. H. Donahoe; il. lj. Mundy, Oanronsny, vice-presi- dent; M. P. Johnston, managing fii-l j rector; A. N. Kessler. secrc-tnry; A.! III. Allen, Ircasnrer; C. B. 1'rosser, j snpfrinlenaent of agencies. 1 Two new directors wore added to tbo hoard. C. Basa. of anil Ed. Trachl, of Innijfall. HOUSE CONSTRUCTION COSTS UP 125 P. C.-x TORONTO, March cost of constructing houses in Ontario is about 125 per cent greater than it was before the -war, aceordtnB to J. A. Bills, director of tlio bureau of inuni- clpal affairs. Lumber jiriceiJ have increased so iljucb. .Mr. Hllis stated, that it is almost as costly' to build u frame house as a brick building. t-, EARLIER CLAIMANTS tdial Exports From This Dis- (rict Valued at Caltle South 1910 csiioned '.o tho United States nufi-risl t'i the value, ot and rivc-iporicil to thai country wortb of iVnierican articles. Tiie oxpcrts for last year exceeded o! Ihc prev- ious twelve months and the were .smaller, for 1910 tliuu fins. Cattle formed the bigsest portion ot the exports last ysui.t .Seventeen thousand one huuilrc-il and iifty-niiio head of cattle were iiiiinwl from ibis clly lo iwinta In Ihe I'. S. A. Tho value of this elocl; 'was and was an increaso of over the export cattle ot li'13. In. (ho fuller year 4f.u bead of cattle crossed the frorii this city. Horses for exhibition and racing purposes were exponcil during 1919 but nous went over in K'ls. This jumped the Increase for liie year by Export ilour also showed ail increase. During the pasi iwelvo iiontlis 3S69 sacks went over to tho t'. S. A. as compared wilh barrels ill 191S. The valuo of the flour ship, lied in isis was aa compared wllh S2.67C.-I1 in 1318. Potatoes anil iiersonal form- si sections in 1919 iu the export ticoks. Tho latter is rejiresented by 51300 and the value of the potatoes was being (or ions. Hot. tiers effects showed a big: Tlio comparative figures arc for 1913 and for 1'jlS. Wool showed one of lhav largest in- creases in the lisL Tho loial value exported in 1919 was as compared with in ISIS. Bight liumlred clglity-tonr Ihousand one hundred and seventy-seven pounds The report ot the hutching ot 12 chickens at the reei-.leuce of 9llly Altken, North Lethbridge, and Iho consequent claim of tho first 1920 hatchings, causing n wave of protest from other resi- dents of this city who had en- joyed the possession of earlier hatchings. Mr. Charles Steveu- soa of North Lethbrldge was greeted by 11 chicks on the monilug January 17tb, end his good fortune was shared by Mr. George Moore, 13th St. r north, who on the same day found 5 chicks awaiting moth- ering. c- ,Kcv. Wilson of Medicine Hat were shipped over border in 1910. Tlio total of Ilio ,exports for 1918 ivas which was a doorcase from 131S) ot In 1SUS LetliurMge district re-exported to the U. S. A. of American goods, wliicli is larger ibau In 1919 by Automobiles formed, the largest part u! Iho re-exports last year, reaching a total ot Settlers effects nest on the list with a value of I17.27S, and cattle came iioxt with ;i value of of (he Church Knox church will celebrate on Sun- day the culmination ot thirty-four yoats of successful work as a I'rcsfoy- terisu church (n Lothbritlgf. Services will be couductril by Uev. Thomas Wilson, of Medicine Hat, in tlm mom- ing and evening. The following day was oreanlzeit. At'lMs time the board j of manafjsrs coiisistotj 4 members, j On February 15. -1SS6. the (church opened. It was a frame su-ucture and was fitted with bench- es. Tlio cost approximately Tin's LuiMtPB is known as Iho CaleilOTiiaii Hall. llcv. Cbarlc-i McKllloii was In the sprint; ot 1SSO and reported lor duly in July of that year. On Soptein- It. ho adtnaiistered sac.ra- in people. On October 'J, 1SS6. H. S. WAR MEMORIAL j An exceptionally iiiterpdling and ini- iwrtant session of Ilio Student r.-irlia- menl of Iho Lethbrldge Ulth School was heM' yeslerduy the iu ix j-.eopic. ucioner A win SRI, lie annual men's J J.' U. Higindotliuin, Daniel MacKav luis will bo lielil in the room] and Jnlin were appointed as eld- P.M. ]iev (io job 11115 ctiurch has a remarkable Ms-1 eighteen reslgiiiiii? in 1304 He lory. It was slatted in 1SS5 when followed by Kev Col M bnnday si-hool WKS orKanlTOl ihroush) "onlcni. Ilo niiuistered to tho efforts ot J. D. [or seven year- diiriligTfllch churd, oWainabln nl Hint lir> time the pwent sinictnrc eroc'. tucKcliool was held in ;i cai-.wnt- cil. being ojiencil en first Sundar v. .T i-'ivc cuiUlren aUenfted 1 in March, first Btacc .hut tlm. Air. Hcv. A. G WM inoEt important business being rela- tive to starting a fund for a memorial to former students who P. nart in tho Great War. Tho government bill, introduced by Premier Marjorle Sherlock, provided for setting asido tiie sum of fitly dollars which had been placed at their dlsoosal by tho] staff, out ot Iho proceeds of the recent High School entertainment. This is to form a nucleus for further subscriji- tiona from teachers, eludents, es- sluctentu anil other friends ot tlic fichool. The bill met the enilorsatiou of the Opposition, und the- unanimous ap. proval the House. Among those rpeakitig in its supnort -were Douglas Henderson. Ijloyd Diinbam, Ruth Gat- i bniith, Jacob Sherman I Turcottc and various other students, j Tb.6 bill, as iiasacd, leaves the work- j ing out ot the scheme to tho cabinet aud tho staff. o .r. j-. mbotliaiu has been actively coiinecle'd with I fro -ivork jt (ho church. UUf'mg JSS5 of secured March. 1012. nm] only stayc.l for a short Ho was by the nrnseut minister, Ucv. Capl. A. 11. Denoon, ivlio -was Inducted dur- WORK HORSES For Sale One Hundred Head Mares and Geldings, 1200 to 1400 a pounds. APP1.V TO Knight-Watson Ranching Co., Ltd RAYMOND OR LETHBRIDGE Old fcecipe for Cough Syrup Soven indictments wero returned at New York for thefts of millions of dollars worth ot bouiis In Iho fin- ancial district by brokers' JUPSECJI. gers and others. i Thousands of housewives have found i that they ran save hro-thinls of the luoucy nsimlly sjient lor coiujli prepiira- fious, tlie well-known olil rcciuo for makni" couylj svrup at Iiome. It ;3 simple and clicap but it has no for prompt results. Jt lakes rijiht hold of n an-l Kivra hiinicdinie relief, nsuully nn ordinary in -I hours ur Get ounces of Pines {50 cents Tvorlh) from any dniBsist, pcnr il into a tottlc and add plain Pugar syrap to make lli ounces. If YOU prefer, UEC clarified or corn syrup, itisfcnd of murar syru'p. Uitlicr way, it tastes peoi, keeps per- fectly, and lasts a furoily a time. It's. truly nstimbliina how qaickly it ftcle, every air, tiiisagc! of Hie throat and loos- ens anil i.iiscs tho sooliics anil heals the niui Kradnallv but surely the annoying fickle and better for bronchitis, spasmodit Jjcarsenesa or bronchial nstijm.i. T'inej: is a special and highly eoncec- Iratcd of genuine Norway liine cilract, known Ihc world over for lls henlinp; effect oa the memh-aius. Avoid disanoinlmcnt by your drusajst'fpr ounces of Tinex" with full directions nnd don't necept anyfhin" Guaranteed to give absolute satis- Tjiction'or money promntlv refunded. Tho I'uicx Co., Tbronlo, Oat. Special j Anniversary Services IN CHURCH THE 34TH ANNIVERSARY OF' KNOX CHURCH will be fittingly observed on Sabbath, March 7th, 1920. THE REV, THOS. WILSON, MEDICINE HAT WlLLV BE THE SPECIAL .PREACHER ON MONDAY The Annual Men's Banquet Will bo held in the school room of Iho church p.m. Thu Committee- do not vrish anyone to bo overlooked anil all mem who aro Presbyterians, arc cordially invited. A GOOD PROGRAM SPECIAL MUSIC P. LUND SON LUMBER and BUILDERS' SUPPLIES HEAD OFFICE: Lethbridge, Alberta YARDS AT Lethbridge, Maclcod, CoaWale, Chin, Bamwcll. HAVE YOU PELTS and FURS 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 Gtll ST. S. P.O. BOX 5 Daily STORE NEWS Ssminnslt. per (in.......... 33C Shi-Imps, wet. or drv, iier tin Vinegar, Jleinz. per bottle 25c No. 1 Wrapiicii, Spys, Baldwins, snd Spitz, extra fine per box Chili Kiuicc. boltlo.....-lot Swecl -Mustard 1'ickles. Heinz, Iier buttle...............45, Shortbread, per cfiko I5c Honey, Airline. 3 Ib. glriss. Ib. 35c Van Crimps' sis tins for I'ork and licana with tomato sauce, vo 25c Preimreil" usan jNoiv California CaMmse. 3 ins. poi-jar 20C V V Wli'cut' Bi'sc'uiU: per Coffee, Our bpccuil Bean or pfcg..... <5c fresh Puffed pkg." 15C GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES-H53-I355 SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED STRIKE I While the Iron is Hot You have the opportunity to dispose ot your Hides, Pelts, Raw Furs at highest market prices. Why Not Grasp It? You will not be in the position of. a drowning man flrasolna at a sensible seller lo a reliable firm Try ALWAYS satisfy. L A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG, PHONE 595 ONE OF MR. LUND'S LOOft. AEHOPLANE SPRUCE LOO, EIGHT FOOT DIAMETER _____ AT SMALL END. fee Cream fs 'Not a Luxury It is a food, and a cheap food. Il is a neces- sity. food control provided sugar for Ice Cream during the Eat Ice Cream. It is nourishing and main- tains health, x Crystal Dams Limited AND KEEP IN STOCK MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT aEAMN'GS fcHANK D13CS WRIST PIH6 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And other repairs for tbo Case, Reeves, Riimlcy other popular makes of Steam arut Gasoline Tr.icto.-s, We have the best facilities for straightening and trueinrj Cranl: Shafts, Rehorinrj Cylinders, and doing olber machine work. II1HHW PHONE 332 LIMITED ;