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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDCtE jDAJLY HERALD THE HERAMVS PAGE 0V LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH SECOND SECTION LBTHHRjbGE, 'ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINB DAYLIGHT SERVICE ON CROW-HENDERSON GARAGE FOR ARMORY a PI Government Takes Two x Year Lease on Building Agitation-, of Hoards of Trade IJears ule is Good Daylight service lietweeh bridge am! the Crow's Nest PUBS frill be inaugurated this summer' by tie U. P. ft. Official! announcement to this effect was made by the railway company this morning when the sum- Jiier time tablo was also announced. J'lie date tor the- commencement of this service has not been decided bu'. It is thought that It will start In June. The -remainder of the- summer time table-will go into effect on May 2. i The Lethbridge Hoard of Trade lias' iowi seeking this service for a long lime. With Cranbrook End Ferule boards of trado tho local body has been co-operating to get a daylight service over this road, and also an- other train on the Spokane-Calgary run. The trains to be !jiut on by the P. It. to the Crow's Nest Pass will t'ardston at S a.m., and bi'idgo at ni20 a.m., leave again a; and reach (he Crow's nest at J1.2S, On the return triii it will leave Ibe Crow's at 12, arrive I.ciji- bridge at 16.30. leave one half hour Jjiter nttd arrive- ill C'ardsloit' at 19.5U. By tho above schedule it will be noticed that on'the west-going train, jisssei.'gers wiJI bo in Lctlibriagc for nbout two hours in the middle of the day. The hours right along the line ore very convenient for tho travelling liublic and the schedule docs not make Ji necessary for them to obtain meals on the train. Following is Ihe complete summer schedule for trains affecting Lcth- bridge: Train S3S, leave Calgarv, 1.50k, ar- rive Leihbridgc 12.1nk. Train 537, leave Ixsthbridge 10.40k. Calvary 21 Train ;5SS. leave JlSclcod 6.30 k, ar- Tive Calgary 30.30 k. ..Train1540, leave, Calgary IS.40 k. at. Train 641. Calgary 22.00k, ar- rivo Lctbbrldge ?.50k. Train 543. leave-J.etlibridge 3.10 k, arrive .Calgary, S.40V. Train 511; leave Dunmore 9.18k, ar- rive: Lelhbriogo 13.00k.- Train Lethbridgo 16.35k. irrlvS iiuntaore 20.17k. j Dunmorc 23.20k, ar- rives Lethbrldge 3.05k; .leaves I-etli- bridge 3.35, arrives Crow's Xest. 9.00k. Train 68, leaves Crow's Nest 23.10k, arrives LethbiMge 2.30; .leaves Leth- bridge 2.53. arrives punmore 6.25. Train 554, (Joutts, same as at, pres- ent. Train 505. l.cthbridge, sama u at present. x Train C3, leave Cardston S.OOk. ar- rive vLolhbridce 11.20; leave Loth- bridge 13.05, arrive Crow's Nest, 17.25. Train 64. leave Crow's Nest 12.00, arrive IjOthbridge 1G.OO; leave Leth-' bridge 1G.30. arrive Cardstou 10.50. E President Marnoch After LongS i B; .In ihe I-ethbridge Northern Irriga- Consultalion With Members Uoii IKslrict the farmers are satisfied. of Board of Trade Takes Ac- lion On Bonding teen to twenty years ai Coaldale, Ray- Leavine For Frlmnntnn Tn ''nond and ibat one-seventh lot fidmonton produce at pre.wilr night (o t urlher Take Mat-' amply take care of all of the capital tera Up With Government.. aud interest and juaintcnance opera tloii charges that will accrue. figures used are averages of eleven vtars on wheat at 53 bushels atutj ulfah'a at 3% tons per acre. Say. SO E (Special to The Herald) OTTAWA, Marth is re- ported her: that the militia de- partmtnt has secured a two year tease on the Henderson garage, Lethbridge, to be used ax an arm- ory for the militia units being formed here under the proposed plan of perpetuating in the Canad- ian militia the active service un- its of the Canadian army during the war. buslicls wheat ?40.00. and at 80 tons cents gives H2.00 .Mr. K. H. .Marnocb, vho reiurned lo the city on Friday afternoon from Ot- tawa, landed into a veritable hornets' nest in. the agitation that.bad been stincd in the city, and district over the proposed legislation In regard to the Irrigation Act giving mortgagees a prior lion over land bonded for ini- gallon purposes. It was felt that in ample notice be given in the news gives J42.00; one-seventh ot these 'fig- lires gives per acre required for these charger. Ed. Browne Moving Spirit in) i Reason As you know, the lair reniiires Btg Mlm.m ED Rain Reported, at Burmis This Record Broken Tlie largest3snowfall in the past six years occurred during tho winter ot 1913-20 in tlie LethbritlBe district. The total now reaches 53 inches. Figures for the past tire years follow: 1919, 23.S; 1918, 32.8; 1917, 35.0; 191C, 42.7; 1915, 48.2. Hal'n'has commenced jn the district. Saturday morning the O.P.Tl. hart a re- port o" rain at Murmis. -Several early risers in Lethbridge claimed that it rained in the city tills morning. Nel- son reports one-third'- of -an inch of rain last nigbt. s (his procedure was carried it would seriously affect tho sale value of tlie bonds. From the station Mr. 'Marnoch went straight to (he Board ot Trade building where a large number of representa- tive citizens bad gathered to consider tho new situation that bad arisen in connection with the North- ern Irrigation project. The tiucstlon oi the proposed legislation was taken up with a strong anil unanimous feel- ing sliowr) egainst it. Gathering up the strands from Ot- lawa, where he bad been busy' for the last three weeks in interviewing members o[ the federal government and financial houses, Mr. Marnoch beld that the doubt In regard to the laWer was' that the Irrig-ation Act had not been proved in the experience of "working. It was put to hini by the' financial men that the in'regard1 to munt'cipal and corporation bonds had been tried out in the practical wording but there bad not been the i same experience with regard to irri- gation bonds. He felt that tiie mere fact of the provincial government guar- anteeing the irrigation bonds would put its seal of confidence in the prac- tical working ot the Irrigation Act. Mortgagees Will Profit It was the unanimous opinion the meeting, uniong whom managers of the'city, that A ION! The following speaks for itself Office Telephone 1020 Business Telephones 1913 aod 121S CONSUMERS' HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. 115-118 r'iflh Street South LETHBRIDGE, Mnrch-llUi, 1920. The Ixilhbridse .Motors, Ltd.. Lcthliridge, Alia. On March 28th, 1319, we purchaEid'a model "H" International- Ti'nck from you for, delivery purtwses'; excepting Sundays and holidays Ihe Truck lias Men in use practically every day. You win be Interested to know thai the anm total of oipense on repairs and repair parts during all Ihat time, has been 75c (or a Kan Belt. Youra very truly, CON'SUMHKS' IIAHHWAHB A- SUPPLY G. B. Morris, JtSnager. N 75e was for a spare Tan Belt, which is still on our Tool Doit. papers of Ibe df any pro- posed irrigation district, with the full- est possible description of Ibe lands included therein; so that mortgagees and others have public information. never'beard of sny such in- terested'person tyeing other than pleas- ed at Ihe imrJrovemenl in the pros- pect of his holding by (he proposed irrlgatfojj. While the proposal of your govern- ment to help in establishing the credit Hie -LetlibridEO Northern 'uy the furnishing of the limited credit of say district as now erected and which is proposed should be-bonded for-about are regarded as EO-: far helpful, we feel that It progress is to be made in this first venture of any magnitude, our province. broader fc Alberta should take the situation and give a full guafanlcn for the bonds. The necessities for the provision of liome-grown 'sources of hay andlfecd supplies .bare been, and are about lo be still' demon sUrated this vear; and it la necessary in order to induce capital into tbo undertaking. that it should be: shown that our own government realizes the benefits lo be derived and that It.' has them. fn Lethbridge Saturday to endeavor to[ influence 0. B. U. members working in mines in tills district to walk out sympathy with (hose striking at other points in the province, notably at tjillcrest and Blairmore. llepre I icnlaiives were present to give (he hews of the- strikers, troin other fields. It is understood the 0. n.-U. men met In the Miners' hall, where Kd. llrown, secretary of tho 0. H. U., Min- ing District No. 1, and the secretaries of the Kipivahd Commerce locals and other delegates from -miners' locals, discoursed and argued. So'far everything has been peace and quietness in (tie mines in the 1-elhbridge district. would lirfve no objection to'tbo prior lien on -the land about to bQ .irrigated being in the bands of Ibe bondhold- ers'. It anything, it was urged it would be to their advantage to give 'every facility for the selling of the bonds in the accrued value which irrigation would bring in the land. As au ex- ample of this the Taber irrigation pro- ject was cited, where the bonds lield priority over all other liens and nol ft single mortgagee made an objcc- lion to tlio arrangement.. One-Seventh Produce Will Pay The consensus of the meeting ivas that unless the bonds were made suf-. ficiently attractive to capital In the financing of tho project no progress whatever could be made in getting irrigation. demonstrated, from tho actual experience In irrigated land from fifteen to twenty years at Coal- dale, llaymond and Magrath, that one- seventh of their produce at pre-war prices will amply take care of all the capital with interest and maintenance operation charges that will accrue, ft was decided that any linal action that the meeting would take should be deferred to the next morning, Mr. Marnoch meanwhile to get in touch with tho delegation in EdnioHl which is watching the progress of. the irrigation measure. Letter to Premier On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock another meeting was "held to continue tho discussion raised on Friday after- To this gathering Mr. Marnoch read the following leltev which ho bad drafted to meet thtj situation which has arisen. This letter was unanimously approved, and it was de- icided to wire tho contents to Premier i Stewart, at tbo same time acquainting I the local member, Brigadier-General Stewart, that sucli letter has Wen forwarded and asking him to havo nc- cess to the same at the premier's of- fice. Mr. Marnoch will leave for Ed- I monton tonight and will confer witli I Mr. Ihe solicitor of the I-elhbridge Northern, and .Mr. Crofts, faitli in The weekly report of the govern- ment labor bureau in Lethbridge shows success in- the matter of find- ing positions for applicants. Fifty- four applications and re-applications .This letter was authorized to- --i Miit by' a Cully-attended' meeting ot' Xerc lor work in that period lawyers, (ind forty-two permanent placements the ba riieri of Lctbbridge' today; and wo feel su'ro that our suggestions will con- tinue) to receive consid- eration from yourself and the mem- bers -of your government thtu hay hitherto nfarked tho somewhat slow progress.of this subject which is so vital lo all oi the fanning and busi- ness interests of Southern Albertn, and Indeed to-tbo whole ot our province; arid that your influence will weigh with tho legislature towards giving the working and workable ways and means for increasing irrigation facili- ties. Yours truly, (i. It. MARNOCII. President, L-cttibridge. Board_oC Trade. Chairman, Irrigation Development As- sociation. Action Supported The following wiro was also sent to Premier Stewart Saturday morning the trustees of the Southern Irri- gation Distrtct: The trustees of the recently-formed Southern Irrigation District desire fully to endorse tho communication sent (o yon today by the chairman the Irrigation Development Associa- tion.. We feel that die only way to get [ho necessary capital for irrigation districts is on the lines suggested in that communication; and we respect- fully request, your closest considera- tlpn of (he suggestions. Kindly sliou" Ibis message to tho Hon. Mr. Wcf.can and Mr. Martin Woolf. were ot these were, farm laborers.. The bureau Saturday "had on record thirty-seven vacancies, not including section and irrigation work. Eight men applied for casual work and all were booked out. In (ho women's section eight appli- and re-applications were made and only one was-placed. Four ap- plied for casual work and .ill got jobs. TfteTnircau, Mr. Thomas s'la'tCjd, Is finding difficulty in handling the women's end at present. Chairman. Messrs. Allen am! Jensen of Ihe Southern Irrigation "District conferred ivllh President. Marnoch of the I. D. A. on this matter following the general meeting Saturday morning. r WILL INVITE EDITORS In tlie present arranged it- inerary of (he Imperial Press delegation, which is to visit t? Canada in August. Lethbridgc hns been passed over, tint odii- ors going to Calgary direct from Medicine Hat. This omis- slon will uo sought to bo. -rec- tified, and the editors assured tho chairman, as to the letter. Letter to Premier The letter reads as follows; Hon. Charles Stewart, Premier of Alberta, Edmonton. l-f Dear On-my return yesterday from Otta- wa and Toronto, I found Ibis Hoard ot an cnllinsinslic welcome in of Trade in general meeting on stage at which (ho deliberations in the Alberta Legislature on the Irriga- tion Districts Act arc at prcaent. It Is clear that unless the Act shall engage the interest of capital In the financing of irrigation districts upon well-understood lines, we may just an' well recognize at once that thoro cani be no progress whatever in Irrigation. The foundation of Ihe credit of any district must He npnn'lho diatrlcl as a whole, just in the Eatno way dial cities and towns finance; for a water supply, or school districts (or schools, and payment of interest wnd repay- ment of capital must be'insured by a la.ilng basis. The question of priority of mort- gages and other encumbrances on the Individual lands In the dielric.ls will bo altered except by Elvlnr the land such additional facilities for ab- solutely steady production as en- We Make Iron and Brass Cast- ings and Forg- ings oi AH Descriptions AND KEEP IN STOii-: MASTER GEA_HS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS ORATES OVERSIZE PISTOHS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT BEARH-GS CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND ARM CLUTCHES And other repairs for the Case, Reeves, Kumley and other popular of Steam and .Sasolinc Tractors. liavo the best facilities for straightening and. Irneiag Crank Shafts, lie- borfnK Cylinders, and doing oth- er machine, work. The Lethbridge Iron Go.' PHONE 322 LIMITED. Ice Cream Is Not a Luxury ll is a food, and a cheap food. It is a neces- sity. The food control provided sugar fur If.c Cream during the war, Eat Ice Cream. It is nourishing and main- tains health. Crystal Dairy Limited The above dispatch out rumors which have been heard locally of late that ihe militia de- partment was trying to secure a suitable building in the for an armory. Some time Bellr of Military District N0. 13, visited Lethbridge on a quest for an armory and at that time the Henderson garage was investigat- ed as a possibility. The government owns four lots on 1Hh St. S.. opposite the bar- racks' grounds which, it is un- dr-rstood, will eventually be. the site for a permanent armory build- Ing for Lethfaridge. Construction, fiowever, will not be undertaken before a couple of years since a two years lease has been secured on the Henderson building, Under the plan for the perpetua- tion -of Canadian active service units, Lethbridge will be head- quarters for an artillery brlgals, the brigade of th; province, with the 20th and 39th batteries of Lethbridge forming, the. basis of the unit. HQOZE BJJT NO FOOD; MOTHER DIES; LITTLE CHILDREN' PERISHING COBOURG, Ont, March A shocking case of neglect, and hard- ships Es reported in the vlclnUy of Glen Miller, where the death of a woman, it is said, rtvealed the fact thai her two little chil- dren, without food, were huddled together before a dying fire. In the cupboard, bare of food, were found three bottles of whiskey. The woman's death is attributed to neglect and a broken heart. An investigation will be made of the circumstances. Wash (lie piano keys a rather than a wet eioth. K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS SPECIAL AND CARRY Mother's Macaroni. Egg Noodles and Creamettes, Three packages for............. Del Monte Calsup, largo bottles. each................... 40c Keillor's Scotch Marmalade. Ib. pails, cadi Dill Pickles, per dozen 30c 1'istacblo. Nuts, per oz. lOc Van Camp's Pork oud Deans, Individualize, ;t-for 25c Kippcrcil Herrings. Wallace's.. per tin 2Bc Jfeiv Cabbage, per'lb. .v.._.'15o Celery, per Ib....... 28c Head head 23c per Ib. Oranges, per ctozeii 60c sr.d 80c Lemons, large size, per doz. BOc Apples, No. 'li wrapped, 0. K. brand, Baldwins, Spys, Wagners, per. box Florida Grape Fruit 16? Succotash. 2 tins for...... -Be Rolled Hams, weight about' 4. Ibs., per Ib. 45c VISIT OUR STORE AND SAMPLE OUR "ELKKORN CHEESE" Chile, Pimento, Limburger, Camemhert and Roquefort. FREE DEMONSTRATION BY MISS SHAFFER. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED STRIKE! While the Iron is Hot You have the opportunity to dispose of your Hides, Pelts, Raw Furs at highest market prices. Why Not Grasp It? You will not he In the position of a drowning man graiping at a a sensible seller to. a reliable firm Try ALWAYS satisfy. A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE, S. LETHBRIDGE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. PHONE 595 HAVE YOU PELTS and FURS A Strong Market Prevails at Present and You Should Get Our Offer NOW on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest i DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FUHS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th ST.. S. P.O. BOX 5 ;