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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALI, THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PA.GE W LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 1.9, 1020 LETHBRHWE, ALBKRTA, PACK SEVEN Thursday Luncheon Enlivened Jiy OUiCism of Conduct. of Board LOCAL LOAN COMPANY FINANCIALLY INTERESTED son eiptalncd that nothing was done with a vlow 4o injuring the British Canadian Trust Company anil before nding his explanation slated that ho ould fight sny r.rhposs! to shift tho mectiugii of the board from noon to night. lUe of trade In is not beiui run iu a'UrepSr HIKIUHT Ibut the executive meet- ing held Friday the. chair- manship- of U. from which recommendiilions weru sent to.tho provincial Eoverumrnt regarding ini nation. was not representative, woro luado by 0. P. P. Conylnmrt.'. K.C., al thu wecklv Inuclienii ol the board Thursday. IJc alleged ,tliat thcso at the Friday meeting acted, as if they were of the opinion that the mortgage companies should be ignored. Following the of a long letter he seut to Oca., Stewart ami considerable discussion, Mr. Cony lieiro made tbe following statement: "i do not vran't anyone to think 1 am opposed to .irrigation. H'ia awfully easy to lie generous ivlth other peo- ple's money arid 1 want to be fair. understand tills Saturday meeting I took the, eU-hd that vested interests! yhoutrt not b3 prnTpeteJ 2nd that they nliouliV-lw robr.'cil." CbnlinuiiiB he diarged iu the conducting ot Ibe rv-falrs of KM board _of trade and expressed tonic; buinions adverse to holding inec'.iiwj cf the board at noon.1 lie- i-hariieUrlzcfl tho noon luncbyoiis as farcical. Local Company Interested When Mr. Conyliwlre was given an opportunity to address' the meeting Thursday ho produced a Jong letter he hud written on behalf ol the Brit- ish Canadian Trust Comany to Gen. Stewart placing tha objections of this iiiortgage ccnnuany to the proposal oi giving priority 'of bonds' over first mortgages. At a later period in the 'meeting he expressed satisfaction at the proposition of the provincial gov- ernment'to cusraiUeo the bonds, thus mortgage companies. In this letter he made several charges. The letter slated .lhal the company he represents has holdings of. in the districts affected by the bill. The writer charged that Stewart's actions In rcgaid to "one lion taken" oil' the'floor of'the house. In reference to the board of trade. meeting alleged that it was not nrop'prly': called as both the manager and: president of tlio company are members of the board iinil they did not .have an opportunity of taking part in '.tub discussions. The letter 'urthcr.. argued "ihat'spmcuuo sol ex- citedabout the from Edmonton tiie secretary called ui> a few members and got them to come to KII off hand meeting. Mature consideration might, have in- fluenced Iheai to ask .direct action from the government in regard to tiie bonds, continued the letter. Mr. Lund Talks Peter Lund, who was in wiih the delegation from Lelhbrldge' during considerable of the discussion in (he house on the new irrigation bill gave! an 'explanation of affairs there. "I have spent a few days in Edmon- ton and during that time 1 had n j chance lo discuss this matter and alsn to listen to tbo discussion on the bill and in justice to the government I want to say (heir altitude seems to be of tbe finest, as woll as that of tho opposition. It is not a political matter. It is looked upon as a very eerious and necessary development project'In this province. What we want to keep in is that the gov- ernment 13 not doing anything on the Toatler of jjnornnteo.just now. but is trying to settle tho legislative -end of Ihe problem. They want to p9sa a that, will cover tho entire irriga- tion problems of the province In a Vvfty. "We must not forget that the Letl-.- bridge Northern not an ordinary project, at all, insofar as it is not a case of where you jro out in the wild- erucxH and reclaim isolated districts 3jv irrigation. Thia country In w.ell settled and II Is developed na well as Mjy part of the province and for that reason we must realize there are many features that have to be solved before final settlement cm be even Intelligently 'arrived at and that is what, tho government trying lo do.] "I think Hint, though the meetings called, probably were not strictly in .order; still Hie ,lilllo effort and en- tlinsiftsm shown went a lonp way in Ihe right ilircotfim and did not do any i harm "I can assure you that Iho govern- j inynl and llio premier do not intend i to do anything, lhat will jeopardize 1 tiio vested interests and in the end 1 they'Will see lhal Ibis thing Is put through." Clcorgc K. A. Illco maintained lhal Iho actini; president did right in call' ing Iho meeting -Vrlday of Iho execu- tive of tlio board. "We played with our cardi: on Iho table and we havo acted without, prejudice to tho Urltlsb Canadian Trust Company. Jatnicson. acting president of tho .board of trade, cleared llio air an explanation. He tbfd of re- ceiving notice at noon on Haliirday abonl the diacuE3ions on bonds and mortgages In the provincial hoiiso nnd advised fho secretary lhat a meeling would bo wise. A few min- utes after the rnectlng commenced (1. It. -Marnoch entered and took his place president ot tlio board. Mr. Jaulie- Former Member of Herald Staff May Go On Through to India Won't the Girls Be Jealous! Oh, Cirls! Wail until you see The hoys are solus to take a few stops toward getting back to Adam'this summer. A man will resemble a cross between a wilted bouquet and a tightly-tied bundle of lettuce, if tho early rumors about clothing are true. -Men'are golug to develop slen- der waist lines. Suits will bo skill tight, a salesman explained this morning. In tho extreme styles- the waist lino narrows down and then tbo -seamless giv- inent widens abruptly Into a skirt effect. To emphasize skirt many vents are cut in it. To mark whcro a man Is commonly the largest'a small butt will be placed, in fact, it will bo hard to determine whether it is-a belt or an over, grown shoelace, hut nevertheless the trade calls it a lislt. It will bo decorated with tucks. To Star (Taking Orders For Seed GrainNextWeek NEW ELECTION PROBABLE Llculenanl T. English, formerly of tho mechanical atari of the Leth bridge Herald, expects to.return to Canada before lens. At present ho Is taking a rest In England and is at taclied to the Ft: A. S. C. i In a leltci to friends Lieut.. English staled tha :t is possible he may be sent through Canada to'-lndla. He publlsbed-the ftrst motor route map in still keeps an in- terest In motor affair's. In the letter referred to he told pt Fords, old ones, selling In England hundred and fifty pounds arid.neiv ones at three hundred pounds. Ho wrote lhat the prices of molor cars' in England are "something ridiculous." LONDON', March Canad- ian the result ot the South African election, the Man- chester Guardian thinks there must either shortly be a fresh election or Premier SmulB must be kept in office either by tho Labor party or by Gen. Hortzog, probably by the former, who, though they havo been extremists-and irrcconciliables, have been more in sympathy with the premier than the back-block Nationalists. CLOSE GUARD ON EX-KAISER AMEIIOSOEN, March. (By Associated ence thut an''extremely close guard has been placed by tho Dutch government over-for- mer Emperor of Oer- ft many was obtained today. Police officers were detailed to follow him, a few1 steps in tbe" roar., as he walks about tbo garden of. the Ucntinclt Castle here. Kdmund O'Dwyer, director or ino Dublin Irish Insurance Co., and prominent Sinn Feiner has been arrested and'-will probably be de- ported. New Record Established in Test Before Well Trained Fifty-five seconds is, a now record established for tbo cniulyms ot Cen- tral school. Befofe K. D. Johnson and Trustees Davidson and Ten-ill, Supcr- inteudent Black sounded a fire nlarm and. every pupil was out of tbo school iu' fifty-fivo seconds. Superintendent Black has the fire alarm drill working in splendid fash- Ion, tho members ot Ihe school board stated. The exit was made in perfecl order, the lack oi confusion being re- markable. This school consists of twelve rooms and has au attendance of about five hundred. Four exits are used and Ihese are guarded by some ot tho older boys during a fire alarm. Other boys are stationed around the stairs and halls lo assist any who stumble, or fall. The stairs are amply wide enough to allow the children plenty of free- dom during an emergency. The fire- proof construction of the building is an added safeguard. Superintendent -Black slated this morning that ibe children work .so well uuder an alarm that ho has no fears concerning iiuy grave loss o life should fire some day take hold of the school. Ever Been to the New Cafe f CHEW A STOMACH DISTRESS! At once! Indigestion, Heartburn, Gas and Dyspepsia, caused by Add Stomach is relieved. 'Buy a box! Eat meals without fear! Read "Gomroon Senss Rules in package. The bod, service, and prices will please you. The Yale 212 THE FIFTH ,-ieW CAFE STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION Whist Drive IN BURGMAN'S HALL TONIGHT Farmers are getting anxious about plans for obtaining seed grain from the government this fprlng. There Is no need for this anxiety as A. W. Murphy wilt make a tour Qf the southern portion of the province In a week or two. He will be in Lethbridge next week and whili here will publish his itinerary. present thej government is waiting fcr the ne- cessary forms to come from the printers and as soon as thesp ar- rive active steps will be taken to give the farmers an opportunity to file their applications for seed grain. LOCAL HOYS HAVE HARD END OF DEHATE Alberta debating team, com- posed Walter Dunham and Arthur lhat Ictl Calgary last ulgbt lor Victoria, is up agutnst a hard pro- jjoailion. according to S. S. Dunham. Tbo subject on wlndi-they'will talk1 is, "Resolved that tbo presidential form of fiovcttimciit is preferable to tbo parlunuL'utury form, ot' govern- ment." The boys take the affirm- ative. They will bo tjpeakibg u Cunudtim iiudiciK'o'aud an that win give all Us sympathy to the Victoria team, it Is tlipugbl. Tae team taking tho Tit'Kativu reiire.shnl ihc L'ul- vcmly Ltritibli I'oluuihiu. ffllB-GEf ..arge Party of Ladies Will Go Davidson to Sing Solo Ihey have- np their sleeves with which lo let IVotariaus at the an- nual convenrinu know that I.elhbridgc is on Ihe map and lias a real live bunch of Kotariaus iu the Irrigation district of Alberta. About thirty Kotarians will go and there will be Iu the neighborhood of twenty of the gentle sei to watcii their destiny. They might be lucky, however, as Ihe Hotaiianettes of-C'al- gary are planning big doings for .the visiting women. Ilotariau lloy'Jiaviil- sou Is hooksil up to warble at tlic con vcntion, as one thing is doing. Expect 150 Per Hiiss Be 'Many Visitors Aecomniorlstion lius been arranged fur UHU hijiuiri-'d and fifty people to tjutl (liu banquet ot Ibo auj Hail luburance Cumpany lo- Jiigbt in XVesley hall. Besides many in ttiia secHon ol Atberla tho agenta and liicir wivesy will bo present. 7lic banquet will connnoncc at 6.30 p.m. John llnss will be tonstraaslor, and Mat. Johnson, managing director, of Calgary, Le present to say ;t few words. Prcslrlent A. J. Jf. Dona- lib 6 will not atleiid, matters make it necessary for him to he iu Ed in on ton. O. B. Prosser. field man- is here from Saskatchev.'an and bti a guest at the following the liautiuet a Eocial anr] dance will be held in the Masonic ball. This is not under the auspices 'uf company is being arranged hy a few ot the Rotarians are not savins about what they are going to do Calgary! -However, k is certain SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Alto Gentlemen's Silk Shirts Made to Order. SIU MOW Sixth Street South (Behind Dominion Meat Market) K ERR'S----------------_ Daily STORE NEWS Puff Ilfce, the first shipment in months, per pkg........ 2Cc Cftlifornln buildeJ. per Ib...................... 70c Apples, No. 1 wrapped nattlwins. Spit: and Wagners, box 53.50 Uananas, par Kreali Toinaloes. per Ib. 45c Oranges, jwr doz. 6Cfe and 75c Uarchit, per tin 26c Klorlrtn tlrapes. large bias, 16c anil .....................20c lettuce. Hut House, per Ib. -We. Pure-Cane Cooking -Molasaet, pint bottles. 2 for........ 45c Scotch Bratirt Pearled IJuriGy. per plig..................15c Carnation. AVheal Flalics, 60c Celery, per Ib............. 28c (FRIDAY, COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK) .TICKETS 3Dc GOOD PRIZES WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AND FORCINGS Of ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN STOliv MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT CRANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And olhor repalrd for tha Case, Hcovcs, Hmliloy other popular makes of i Slcani ami Oatiollno havo the best facilities for slralghlenlng Mid fniotng Crunk Shafts. He- boring Cylinders, ami doing oth- f.r iv.nehlno work. The Lethbridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 3Z2 LIMITED I AM PUEASliD TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE OPENED A PHONE No. 1314 13th STREET NORTH J. A. JOHNSTON FREE DELIVERY TO ANY PART OF T.HE CITY Some of Our All-the-Week Prices Fine Dry Potatoes, at cash and carry price, per 100 Robin Hood Flour, at cash and carry price, per 9.8 Ib. sack......................'.. Pride of Alberta Flour, at cash and carry price, per 98 Ib. Apples, Yellow Xewlons, tbo NeivCr.bbnge, per procurable, per box Fry's Cocoa, Ib. tin................ Apes Jams, 1 tins............... Pineapple, per Hn Mncavonl. 10 Ib. bos 3.50 .30c .85c 20c 1.35 Peas, per tin Prunes, large size, per Sola Biscuits, per 20c tlncst Dairy liutler, SUGAR We have sugar fop all our customers, and expect a largo supply In n few weeks, Leave your orders now for WO Ibs. or less. FANCY ICE CREAM For St. Patrick's Afternoon Tea or Evening Luncheon Pint Bricks In Fancy Green or Quart Bricks with Green Shamrock Centres. Oreen Ice Cream In bulk car be secured at all confec- tionery stores. Ask for It, Crystal Dairy Limited Office in Suite No 211 Sherlock Bldg And am prepared_to give to llio public pure, vtnhduitcratcO CHIROPRACTIC. I am a graduate- of Iho School of Chiroprac- tic and nso only I'almer methods. H you nill call at my office, I will lie glad lo nitiko an analysis oE your .spine, stntinn conditionSj as I find Ihcin, and give you honest, unbiased and unprejudiced opinion ns to the rcsnlls you might ex- pect from Chiropractic adjust- ments. There are no embarrassing examinations as all examina- tions arc made from the Spinal analysis tree. SPECIAL AND CARRY Clark's Pork and lieaiiE, No. 1 cans, for Calsuu, "Del Monte" large bottles. 72c 75c Chicken Soup, Van Camp's, per tin..................... 20s oliili Con Carne........... Me Asparagus, Green ami Uliile Tips, tall Hns, eucli 35c S'.vcet ilusturd 1'icklce, In hulk. per cartou 25c Sceil Totalae.s. JlacGrcgoi-. per 100 Yaciit Clnlj Salad Dressing, per liotilc-................... 50c Blktiorn Cheese, assorted flav- OI-R. sterilized. iio mold, soft texture, rtelicate and' tasty flavor .......I..1 25o and 40c Craliapplo Jelly. Wagstafto's, per bottle Garden Seeds, procure your re- quirements while the assort- ment is McKenzie's, Slope's nnd Sitn- iners. Electric Soup fhips. 3 Ibs. 55c-, CEO. KERR co. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SUITE 211 SHERLOCK BUILDINQ PHONED Office, 763 Residence, 1256 HOURS 9.30 to 12. 1.30 to 5. Evenings, 7 to 8. D.C., CHIROPRACTOR Important Notice TO. PATRONS OF ALBER'FA TELEPHONES I Change In Sunday Hours at Day Service Offices At the present time certain DAY SERVICE EX- CHANGES AND TOLL OFFICES, throughout the Province are kept open only during the afternoon on Sunday from I4K (2 p.m.) to 16K (4 NOTE that on and alter MARCH 1920, the SUNDAY HOURS for such offices will he: 10A.M. to 12 NOON. o This chdtiGO Is 'uclng made alter c.irefn! study anil tlon with a view towards Improving Hie Sunday Sci-vice. 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 be in the posi.licr, of a drowning man grasping at a a sensible seller to. a reliable firm Try ALWAYS satisfy. A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd 1251 2nd AVE. S, LETHBR1DQE PHONE 695 HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. ;