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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY. MARCH 16, 1920 LETHBR1DGE, ALBKRTA, 0REAKOFGREENI IrUhmem of City Social Functions To HONOR THE DEAD Solemn WilT maw WM col Patrick's Day in Lethbrldge is going (o be celebrated in a splendid Und Rtllnf by the! the city. They hare been letting their heads together for now and hare obtained a real old Irish Hunting cart aa'tke centre of cbrated In St. Patrick's cjurch this honor c! the late Archblihop Legal. Father Bldiult aoa wag listed by father Blanchet and Kaib'er LeflaV as deacon end sub-deacon. City Council Decides to Adopt Nitklc- Revenue DISTRICT COURT CASE Dktrlcl Court I" the city on Tuesday morning with tha case of vi Baiko el al occupy. lug the' attention ol Ills Honor Judge Jackson- Tbls tflncenieJ Of a hay presi, delivery of which was disputed. A. U- tor the plaintiff N. Hllcbls, of John- and Ritchie, for Ibe rtf Jri.hmen are going to city tomorrow Decked out in rlf. rafiiUr Irlih sreen top lute. t their Just all OTer they are to hold a pand... In tUe neighbor- liocd of the C. P. R. station about ten o'clock, they wtt] gi" a Ucat have iot Wen rtt. to a couplo of donkey1" 'tor- He will hare to do How-wr; the will Irish as can thorn how ,'miw celebratom of Bt. Pit- rick will ac active part In the parado would -not be divulged this morning. However, it is hat each One will have a ride on the jaunt- Ing cart' for. times Social Functions On and after Monday the 22nd. the five cent straight fare will come into effect on the street Thlt only to adultt; ohil- drtn'a fares will be ten for The' decision come to by Com- mluloner Freeman is the result experience In the working of the in Mijard to rela- tion to the revenue from the traffic. The 4c, 5c and farta hive been tried out with the fol- lowing result: The 6s fare re- duced the revenue by reducing traffic. The 4c fare Increased traffic but at the same time re- duced revenue. The best results- were obtained from the 6c which Is now to be adopted, SUGAR SUPPLY IS HOLDING ITS OWN Lottery Disposed Haa Quaint Explanation Reports, From Storemont and Burdelt DM Little Damage to Stock. neporlB from country point! regard Ing tlio extent ot the storm that iwep over Southern Alberta Sunday are t the effect lliat R good fall of resulted, but the cold, wan Jiot inteni enough to do damage to atoek. AK- oilier feature that helpsd Hie stock on the'ranges a great ilenl was that tho coia did not last long. From Uie'dialrlct, srounii Sloremont and Burdett reports have boen receiv- ed Uiat horses are dying from latin- cm.. One farmer thle morning slat- Qd that a neighbor wad lost seven head and nnotlier four. The Edgett Agencies Sets New High Record When Goodluck Ranch at Coalciale Secures Loan for That Amount- Shows Confidence of Investors in Southern Alberta Irrigated Land, All business and doaesllo premises which may no desire hava the prlvil ege o( bavins, n vratcr meter intlallef by paying for the same. In the case of residences taps and m sewer coaneoUon, tbo minimum will be JOOO gallons at 60 cents will minimum monthly charge ot For (ODr or five roomed roodari house, 3600 gallon" at a. minimum, 57 cents, and 'a monthly charge of MM. for a. lo seyei roomed hpuse 3750 gallons at C6c with a mlnlwiiw ot 12.19. For a eight to tep' roofed houae. lOOO ga Ions at 52 with a monthly mln of I3.J1, From 4000 t BOW gallpni, the ch.rgo will bo 5( per 1000 gallon, additional, from 5M gallons uivliuiinexs unit rate, piu. I per per gallons, to spp! Tho minlaiura rate for all burtnef premises at present not mete red will' ha 20 per tent leie tliao the flat rate. After occupying .Ibe attention of Magistrate Irwln, all Monday utter The suppy is just about holding its own oil n wjtn'llie' department of r.BrlcuIUiro, very low level of supply. Two cars of Kiitjipnton, to see what can bo done Uj siigar reaclieu Ito city week; ;avo Ihe.remalnipg horsea In the dis which were characteriicd as Just a dron In iho bucket. Aiiotlier cv IS this week. I A hotter oven is required for layer tUis wectt. I oocn: it i Tho prico of is sllll something cakes than for loaf canes. Social affairs aplenty are scheduled nom of the belt i.i the d it net. He raliti klooied itMk and his htrd of Hereford! _ ,s Known for rta blue ribbon qualltio- THt Is wtll located and li In the hlgheit itatt cultivation. It li, among the very In the loan was In the of a bond issue and was placed wllh In tho UnlUd It was arranged by Mr. O, B. eduett, of In bringing much American Into thie province for Just such wefk preient Hated morning that he felt sure there will be constant flew of American for the development Southern Alberta. HAS ANYONE "THE RIGHT TO tiauce at night.; Of pirtfcnlnr Interest to many Is Muiounccment today from St. Pat- rfclr-ii church that Father Cozanet baa I1UIVI1 In New YOTK and TVIH pe in IIL lilge earlv next week. He went tho rudiments of, the Chinese gram- lasl mar and lansunso. Other portions of ilutlea as assistant the equipment jvere sitiHo ho means .again "in.31. Patrick's church. -..The curters-vrm be at It too The St I'atrlok's rame wlirbe staged. I Loyal Order of JSooao will hold 'i ivhlat drive tqnlght. NigM's Meeting in Jliners' Hall Promises To Be Interesting Si I Sew proposals have been mad.s to those organising a store in Ivethbrldge for the wage earners o! the city W, district. These will be troughfup at a meellnB called fo Wednesday in tho Miners' Hall to which both organized nnd uoorgan ized labor is Invited. Several meetings ou this subject havo been held within tho past few and a', each gathering has been made towards reaching tlio desired goal. H is Iho intention o workers to form a local branch ot tne Co-opiirntlvo Union of Alberta. Thayliaro been In communication with several grain growers' organiza- tions and -n Ihn moctinK niiht proposals will bo read from the United Karmer. of Albert., bearing on this subject. Word from the BrlticU Co-operatKe Society win also bo an. nounced. This meeting is not confined to won only. Those promoting the scheme havo recognized that If they intend to mako a success of reducing the high cost of living means of a slcce il is ncce3slry tha. llio women affected liavo a.tboroush understanding of tho and that they bo In a position to nil ac'lve IntcrcBt In It. They have In- vited tho women to attend tho meet- ins. _ HOPE TO REACH RATIFICATION VOTE THIS WEEK WASHINGTON, 15. JeniU worked