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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALLTiBLtCAL WWt WHBU TOO nracr it THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTE LOCAL HIWi WEDNESDAY, MAKCI1 10. 11K21 LETHBlUlit'SK, Diplomas For First Year's Work Will Be Program Prepared HEAR PROF. BUTTON AT B. OF T. THURSDAY iddititiul commodltlon am mide at the Commercial Cafe for Thuri- clay's luncheon ef the Benrd of Trade at at a large num- ber of from, the aurround- inj districts are to hear G. H. Mutton of the C.P.R. depart- ment of natural deal with the and future of the livestock Industry In South- ern Alberta, the alfalfa and hay market situation, dairying, and other allied matters, both from a commercial and an agricultural standpoint. R. J. Dinning will al- so speak on the financial side of of these matters. The luncheen it at prompt. S. l.o.ijtfiuui. iirincip.'.I of tlie nchool of agriculture ut Raymond who is in tho vliy today umiounces that .hi. i-losinK exercises of tho srhoo- will ho hold on THiivsdny. Mar. 24tli, ihn day preceding tiood Friday, and :.h_it a splendid proffrara is toeing pre- pared. Quite a nuinh..r from bi-idge are (.'xpoctcd lo visit the school respect to the demands of the j teachers for higher salaries. The [hoard contended that the jMHance was ill-advised in sending it its ulti-j i niat'.im. which meant that it wanted the schedule and nothing else, and has taken the stand that unless this ultimatum is removed they cannot 1 agree to a conference. The Alliance claims that it was at all times ready to discuss tlie schedule with the] jhoard. i A strike of the teachers at Calgary C. S. Noble Gives Some Pointers j X i as it would interfere with the coming j midsummer examinations, lu regard I to the strike resolution the Alliance, j through its president, takes the stand 'that it cannot he withdrawn, in that Tin- experience of tlie public library at thu prudent timo in that thons is i u great strain on Us resources, both j us to books and space. On Saturday i iftst tlie library WHS congested with readerK and those who wore ing aud taking out new hooks. Four; hundred bookd were out dur- j the afternoon. Although tbore are; some odd volumes in the library Rjg Meeting Will Be Second at the present time, these do not, j 1 seem sufficient to meet the demand. m Campaign Dairying SIOP SOIL M Which May Bring About .was impossible at Coults, to .viui ".u which place he belongs, in that the portionately divided, there was a loss moment the bottle is raised to one s on the Red line of loss lips there is someone afhand to knock on the Blue of a loss on the it off and grab it. Anton Olson gave White of ft 017.27: aud a gain on the it as his excuse for coining to Leth- ppccial ot' ?'l.SO. Compared with Jan- bridge to get his wish iu the way of liiary last year the loss on operation a drink. However, after having 'was i" HiHt immlli IIP-' the abstained, as he stated, from liquor That is Advice of Dominion R. including fixed charges. for the space of three years, he had M A Bodr to Alberta i bu.plus In tlectnc- D.pt. i lo confess that he imbibed too free y iu. uuui iu J-MJC-UI Rovemler from power tnr ule month'and not too wisely, and so tell into Members s4.ane.B5 and from lisht the hands of the city police, and was At the request of The Herald, Mr C. S. Noble, president of thi Noble Foundation. Nobleford, has the teachers have asked from the first ot the year that the salary sche- rounuation jNooieioru, nuti iJiypaiuu n-m. a brief statement outlining bis of jUule be considered but the board haa land immediately fefuaed to consider it. a fall of malature as a means of over- the treatment of land already in a dangerous condition. It is too bad that outsiders often present i get a wrong impression of our coun- wjtn necessity of so much be- coming soil drifting. This is of ticular interest just now. Mr. Noble's; statement follows: It is not likely that the will leave the right conditiuns. bin i ing 'said of the drifting hut if we are particularly where fields have drift-j fortunate enough to get a few spells ed il is most difficult to stop at this'with the right conditions a big sav- time of year. On such ground, If it! ing might be affected. A great many is possible, to work it after rt light; expect a wet season and some say snow has melted very quickly or (this will j melted, perhaps, as it falls or after a stop drifting. They should not make this mistake as soil that lia The local branch of ihe Retail Mer- chants' association has received a copy of the following letter dealing with the manufacturers' tax uow in question Ottawa, MajTh Ifi-'l. Mr. James Kellas. Secretary. Alberta Provincial Board. Dear Mr. Hellas ,_________ We are attaching hereto a copy of j jV he of Arbor Day a letter received this morning from e f th be a strenu. the honorable, the Minister of (us- toms and Inland Revenue with regard tin period of a day. All day Tiies- Olson made the city hall build i wad s 1 sit- no and ironl ngni uauua u, ...i... making a total of leaving' phjced in the city jug to cool off foi after discounts the sura of 'in The surplus for the month v.-as The city coal mine showed a sur- plus for January of JS22.-I3; the stab- les a deficit ot aud the city shop a surplus of ings resound with his voice, singing in interrainahle refrain ;i song of his own to the tuno "Wliore do the flies go iu the winter time." The words he used were "i know where the dries "ONCE CITIZEN, ONE TREE" IS ARBOR DAY SLOGAN oils tree-planting campaign made in toms and Inland Revenue with regard Thn trouble ,lt th. preBent to Ihe position of various sections of ,h avail. meued. pernaps, us u laus ui iiiier a notmaHe tins misiuKe as sou mat uas light rain when the ground is not so I already been drifting will drift twen- ?ott underneath that it will miri! the; ty minutes after' a rain if tho wind is horses, we believe that spring tooth with teeth only from fine to Mo feet apart would he very elective. The Duck-foot cultivator with only part of the shovels can be used in the same way, and particularly when not more than two or three inches of the j tries verv a straight go when they want a drink. The wlth the Ou will curl the wet tune, .which was heard in the council SLEEPING SICKNESS MICROBE DISCOVERED chamber, got on the nerves of the mayor, and he had to uroceed to the to time is that there are no trees avail- able at the city nursery iit Henderson I Park for planting out. The nursery now only contains seedlings, which ior .pfantiuT'oiit for u.o.to tliree ThorB wiM trade which tlie government claims are subject to the Sales Tax. After a great deal of interviewing and running around, our efforts in ob- taining a stay in proceedings which have boon threatened against many he aomcthing (lolie in the of our members have been successful, I Of bringing in young trees for and until the "test case against a tlng ollt on Arbor Day tt the merchant Tailor in Ottawa, who s cMzm one is ,0 also a member, now before the courts is decided, our readers may rest as- sured that collectors of inland revenue particles and allow them the same condition. j police' station to make .nquiries as Other lands leas apt to blow may be k tWlf train" were' useless. Commissioners !work a '-yins to .the ar Freeman and Meech. who, with the a neighbors blowing land( .who has raavor, were engaged in discussing completed working his. there the" assessment on personal property be an advantage In cmmgmg to amsBBBnil nn a rental basis, rave work m many cases. It is advisable that some or all ot; selves" retreat jt ttre available in COPENHAGEN, March Kling, head of the state bacter- iological department, Is reported to have discovered the microbe of sleeping sickness and to have et- tiblished that the diiease Is in- 2r. Kling inoculated rabbits with brain matter from persona who died of the disease. Plaintiff in Matrimonial Suit Undergoes Long Cross- Examination The plaintiff. Bessie Caldv.-di. iu the matrimonial suit of Caldweil vs. Caldwell, is undergoing an ordeal in j Ihe witness box, having been under examination all day Tuesday, and with cross-examination proceeding ail Wed- nesday morning. The witness, who I is very well educated, gives her an-1 swers in very intelligent fashion and is never at a loss to answer counsel! in cross-examination. Questioned as to making abusive remarks with re- gard to her mother-in-law, witness re- plied that she had never done BO, the only reference she made to her when her husband was twisting her hand, when she told him he was a bully from his father and a coward Every farmer in the Cecldale who wants to butter and cheese factories, milk eon- dcnuries. stockyard! and all the other adjuncts of the livestock business spring up in their dis- trict, bringing with them higher prices for land because of the greater per acre returns, will be- out at Thursday night's meeting in Coaldale when G. H. Mutton of the C.P.R. department of natural resources, S. Csrlyle, livestock commissioner of the provinct, B. J. Dinning of the Merchants Bank and G. R. Msrnoeh, president of the Beard of Trade will speakers. Tht Coaldale farmers are making quite a campaign to build up the dairying industry, and this meeting is gun of the campaign. (rom bis mother, and that it toot a generation to make a man a coward. The case is proceeding. Brantford um'.mjiioyed marched the city hall to inquire why civic con- struction work had not been proceed- ed with according to promise. selves to ter rerea upsars .o ge away from the sounds of the druukou readiness since, as a rule liav-n no authority to proceed against slogan "one citizen one trfi be carried out. This is one of the problems which .will have to be over- come for the proper observance of baritone. Olson came up before Magistrate frwin on Wednesday morning, and was flued 55, with costs. He left the court vowlug that from henceforth he would abjure strong drink and stick to chewing snuff! iheni in any way except in so fur as arrears of payment of Luxury Tax Is ronrerncd. Members will be well ad- vised in making payment at once of nny unpaid balance on account of the Luxury Tax. Letters and telegrams have, during ihe past few weeks, poured into this office. Many of them remain unan- swered, due mainly to tho delay in securiti? the enclosed ruling. The following is a list of trade sec- i ions affected Dressmakers, furriers, harness and leather goods dealers, hatters, ladies' tailors, ladies' wear, merchant tailors, milliners, -flyers and cleaners, Confectioners, retail druggists, flor- ists. hairdressers and supplies, hard- ware and stove dealers, jewellers and watchmakers, opticians, photographers, picture framing and artists supplies, job printers who (lo printing direct to the public, under- takers, wlfco line coffins. Pleaae accept this letter as an an- swer to unanswered correspondence and telegrams on this subject.. This letter also confirms our night lettergram of today. Yours sincerely. K. M. TROWBHN. Secretary. Dominion Executive Coliucil and Dominion Board. CALGARY CELESTIAL j RELEASED FROM JAIL, WILL GET NEW TRIAL TPC Kons. a Chinaman, who IWSH f-entenced at Calgary to six montliH j for contravention 01' the Opium and j Narcotic Drugs Act, :iml who has j spent four months of his sentence in the Lethbridge jail, lias been released mi application for a new trial. The Appellate Court qtiiuthed the con vie-1 lion and ordered :t new trial, to stand which Kong is now on his way to Calgary. MAKE OOODl very short time when comli- Uons are right and It is Important to ascertain prompt'y with what tool the best result can had. These suggestions are ofierej for THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES Hoast Pork with Dross- ing; ner Ib. Shredded Codfish; 2 pkgs. 'romier boned iiud sliced 50c ,15c Premier Smoked Ham; Lobster- WOMAN IS COMING INTO HER OWN after a struggle through the cen- iuries. Her business talents have been recognized. Our school is engaged in teaching practical business to the hoys ind girls of this community. J3ach year many of the ambi- lions ones secure a business edu- cation by means of our Credit Han and after graduation pay ihe tuition (rom their own earn- ings. -Gome hi and inquire. Day School. Evening Classes. Individual Instruction. You may enter at any time. KEEP ON READING MR. -EDUCATOR'S TALKS NAVY TO ESQUIMALT VANCOUVER, Mar. this forenoon the Canadian naval squadron weighed anchor and steam- ed for lisquimalt. Where the Patrician and Patrloftwlll go on drydock pre-1 paratory to setting out the return' trip to Halifax on April Id. ST. PATRICK'S DANCE GIVEN BY THE MAJOR JACK F1OSS CHAPTER, I. 0. 0. E. MARCH lim D( K. OF P. HALL ADMISSION EACH REFRESHMENTS BLUEBIRD ORCHESTRA. Half of the proceeds of thin dance will be to the Nivy League. NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW SHOP We aro now doing buslupss from the Alhorta -Meal Market which we leased from Mr.. Coul- try, and can siv? all tho cus- tomers oC tliis uiiirkot tlto his'i standard of service established by Mr. Coultry. We assure our own patrons of the Independent Meat Market continued satisfac- tion and can take care of a number of new customers who demand a superior service. PHONE 492 W.UNGARD THE SOLDIERS OF FOR TUNE" ARE COMING 35c md 65c 25c 35c 60c 45c Xail .for Timk Fish, devilled; per tin Ontario per tin 2 tins Wagataffe's Lemtig and Ginger French Olive. Oil, "La 45c, per jar Ground Rice: pkg...... Wagstaffe's Oransa Mar- OC malade; per.jar.......JJC Florida Grape Fruit; 12icand15c per Roynl Shield Baking Powde: Eo.ual to the per tin White Spring Salmon 2 tins Witch Hazel Soap; per bottle Potted Veal, Beef, Tongue; per tin 50c 25c 15c 40c Ham and lOc FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GBOCERS PHONES 1453 AND 1318. AN OLD LADY WHO WAS VISITING HER DAUGHTER IN THE CITY and'who hat) always halted her own bread and was known as an exceptionally good broad-maker, said THAT'S REAL GOOD BREAD when enjoying her first meal here. Of course it was Quaker Bread the family used. John Gi'morc Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 373. PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. j rin.ii.Mhq f 312 Third Avenue'b MAGNETOS Any type, any make, repaired .n- supplied. The North Lethbridge Garage E. .1. O'SulIivau. 11.3 13th St. X. Phone 019. For best work al. try MUTTON PERKINS Prnctir.nl Shor mal-f-ra dlfia Fifth St. S. Phone C03. tufttfthe Beauty Is Without health beauty is blighted and manli- ness slumps. With health there is promise of achievement, and with health there is a charm that is all that many need to turn them to so-called "raving beauties." The Transformation from in- cflideiu manhood anil un-bcauLl- ful womanliood, to efficiency and beauty is lieing constantly wrought by chiropractors. Cbi- ropnicf'i' is as effective In re- storing health UH It Is simple. It restores nervous energy hy removing Hie anlni'.l nerve proa Hiire which causes disease. ACT TODAY Why delay? Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYRUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 205 Block. Phones 1677 and 11'i1. Income Tax, 1920 Representative of New York Life Insurance Co. Office 1549; Wm. B. Ferguson (Late of Standard Bank of Canada) Bejt to Announce the Opening of an Office In The Conybeare Blk., Lethbridge far the purpose of advising, preparing of returns and assessments under the Income War Tax Act, 1917, and the Business Profit War Tax Act, 1916. Cost Systems. Audits. Company Orflanljatlont, all kinds of Insurance and Bonds, 1.0.0. F. DANCE AT COALHURST IN THE I. 0. 0. F. HALL ST. PATRICK'S DAY, MARCH ffli REFRESHMENTS MUSIC Admiition per couple THE LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE ARMY AND NAVY VETERANS WILL HOUO THEIR MONTHLY WHIST DRIVE IN THE MOOSE HALL THURSDAY, MARCH 1UT 8 JP.M. GOOD PRIZES AND REFRESHMENTS ;