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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta LOCAL HlWf THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTI LOCAL NWWS THURSDAY, MARCH SECOND SECTION LETHBKIOGE, ALBKRTA. SECOND SECTION Irrigation Development Association Urges Sir James Lougheed To Proceed With Surveys Pending Water Decision PAGE ELEVEN Board of Trade Hears of Efforts Hopes C. Clisrlesworth Left On Irrigation Work At the weekly luncheon at the Hoard of Trade here today President Ktrnocb referred to the telegrams tilt havs passed between kirn an chairman at the Irrigation Develop- ment ic3ociation, and the minister of (ateriov, Sir Jamei Lougheed, during rho past few days. Replying to Mr. Mirnoch's message which appeared In issuo Sir James wired: "The dominion government has rftmo mud will continue to da all In Us power to expedite a decision by the international Joint commission In the St. Mary's-Milk River cage. Becent efforts to effect a fair compromise ot the differences have failed becauie of the refusal of the United Status to concede anything material. The pros- pect of an early decision is not hape- ful, as two new commissionera have recently been appointed by the Unit- ad States. They -will probably ask for time' to become acquainted with thy merits of the caso." In reply to this message- Chairman wired again "While-the news of still further de- lay in settlement of international vater question Is exceedingly disap. pointing, it is hoped that our reclam- ation service will push surveys tu completion this season so that immed- iate progress may be made whenever solntloa is reached." Doesn't Affect All To correct an impression that ap- pears to obtain that the division of tte wilera affocts all of the irriga- tion projects except the Lethbridge Northern, it was necessary to point out, said Mr. Marnoch, that the Unit- ed district, west of Cardstou. which bring acres under irriga- tion, and the South Macleod district wWch will have some or acres under the canals, will draw their water from the Waterton and Belly rivers, which are all-Canadian streams. Neither will it affect the acres east ot the Lethbridge Horthern, which will get water either by an extension of that project, draw- tag further upon the Canadian Old Man river, or possibly by some ar- rangement by which water could bo sot from the river, through the Canada LatJ ,iud Irrigation Co.'s canals. The great projects which are affect- by the international question aro those around Warner, New Dayton and eastwards towards Foremost, and the further .extensions that nre contemplated around Taber and on to Grassy Lake. Regret Charleiworth Move Referring to press dispatches which have seemed to Indicate that L. C. Charlesworth mignt be removed from his duties as chairman of the Irrigation Council to another office, President Marnoch said such a pro pos'al could not be viewed with equanimity. Mr. Charlesworth, he said, had become fully familiar with all the varied aspects of the great irrigation works that were to be es- tablished, he hoped, very soon; and bad developed a wise and sympathetic and comprehensive grasp of all the varied matters that would be involv- ed in their inception. He felt that it was absolutely necessary that Mr. Charlesworth should not be detached from this very" important work. the joint name; of himself and his wife, and the plaintiff is yet the hold or of these bonds. The claimed a dissolution of the marriage; tbo custody of the child of the mar- riage; and s declaration of tho court that tho defendant has no right or interest in the bonds purchased, and au order of the court that she execute an assignment of the said bonds to tho plaintiff, and In default of her do- ing so that the covirt do execute such assignment In her name. The plaintiff gave evidence of his going Into the Depot Cafe with a friend abont midnight nn the Satur- day of Jane named, an} stated that while fee was there, having a cup of coffee, his TVatson came down the stain, and he found that they irere regHtered as taking room in the nxnolnf house connected with tie cafe, u Mr. and Mrs. James Watson. This wai uorroborated by toe friend of the witness, and the regis- tration was testified to by Charlie Loo who runs the establishment. Defendant did not appear, it being stated by bar Connie! that she WM expecting to be confined shortly, and le admitted that she had gone astray since she left her husband. In regard to the bonds Us Lord- ship ruled that should be paid the wifo, in grunting the dissolution of marriage asked for by the husband. The custody of tho child was given the husband. The present action was the aftermath of "a suit which was heard before Mr. Justice Walsh, when the plaintiff made an application for the custody of the child who had been stolen from him by his wife after SPECIAL EASIER ff ANTELOPE RESERVE AT NEMISCAM EXTENDED I Easier Messages and Special Music Suitable to Occasion Will Prevail I For the past two years an antelope reserve 1ms been maintained uear N'emfscarti and according, to an Ottawa .lis- patch til in reurvc is being en- enUrfcd to acres. Tho dispatch not mention the old but at the Domlu- ion office this moraine it was said tbat this must ineau an exteuMdn of tho old teases. This resJrve is on the Fore- most line southeast of Leth- bridge. Fifty Thousand Acres Oil Leases In Lethbridge District Filed On In Local Land Office in Past Month Direct Outgrowth of Montana's Oil Activity Here Special music will feature Easter j services in Lethbridge churches. In i _____ both Anglican churches the services fnnn will fit the occasion, St. Patrick's GUOU KIDAY church will have three services on! SERVICES IN ANGLICAN Sunday morning and in Knox and Wesley churches Easter sermons and music will be featured. Friday morning a .special _ will be held in St. Patrick's church jm st- Patrick's church on Good Friday. she had left him. This was granted by the court at the time. C. F. Harris for the plaintiff, D. H. Elton for the defendant. at S o'clock and on Saturday monting j The first will be at o. m. and at the same hour another special i the second at p.m. Good Friday service will be held. On Sunday morn- ing the first service will start at a. m.. the second at and the third at 11 a. m. At the last service Oil interest in Southern Alberta in now wide awake and money is pour- ing into the district. Developments of sensational characters are likely to tako phico dijring the coming sum- mer but at the present time those who know are keeping1 quiet. AMn CATHAT financial concerns AND CATHOLIC CHURCHES i, ,avo eomo into the south countryi particularly around Coutts during the past montli it could not lie learned at the Dominion Lands oilice this morn- ing. However the statement was made that in the neighborhood of 000 acres have been takon up in on tho map and will make It a busy summer. With thn taking up of such extensive leases oil interest in the south is bound to be on its iocs and this summer is exported to prove whether Southern Alberta contains oil or nor. Recent rumors have put oil men of this city on the watch and they have been on the lookout for, new developments. BARONS STREET FIGHT RESULTS IN F1N8S For DiixinK in a street fight at Bar- ons, on Monday, while being; yndur the influence of liquor, Und breaking a window of the Merchants Bank, Wil- liam Warnock and Andrew Lundr wore each flnnd 810 with costs at A. V. P. court there, and ordered to pay for breaking the window. SCHOOL HOLIDAYS FOR NEXT TEN DAYS Schools broke up for the Easter holidays this afternoon, and will re-open on Monday, April 4th. Two special services will be held services will also be held in the Angli- augumentod cho'ir will, sing Cecilia's mass. Holy Communion will be held in both Anglican churches on Sunday. can churches of the city. A three-hour "service will be held in St. St. AuguJjtin's and will commnce at '12. o'clock noon, lasting until .1 p. m. The'Ven.'Archdeacon Hayes will be in A. W. Iv'eai wilt be a special speaker at night in St. Augustin's and at the 11 a. m. service communion will be held. The choir will give special music. At Knox church Captain Denoon will deliver special caster messages and the choir, under Mr. Ferguson, will sing Easter music. At Wesley the Hallelujah Chorus will be render-; ed at tbe evening service. Mrs. Lay- i ton will render a solo in the morning j and the choir will give a special an-! co: charge. At St. Mary's church a special service will be held at ten o'clock Friday morning for adults and at i 4 o'clock In the afternoon for children. COMMENCE WORK ON STANDARD BANK APRIL 1, SAYS CONTRACTOR the south country as oil leases dur- them. Two anthems will be rendered the new Standard Bank building op-1" at the evening service and Mrs. Hugh poaite the post office. Thos. Stubbs, Crawford will renclor a solo. Rev. Mr. contractor, this morning announced J Ct-agg will speak on Baster topics. that all the material Tor the building ing the past month. This is a direct growth from the Montana i field. Oil promoters anil geologists in that field have been con- stantly working north until a month or two ago tjiey bad reached with ac- tive drilling, within a few miles'of the international boundary line close to tne border of Saskatchewan and Al- berta. West of there and south of Coutts oil Interests have been exceed- ingly active and reports issued by eminent geologists are to the effect that the Chotoan and Kevin districts will prove to be larger producers than the Cat Creek field, discovery Plan, have for the j win "Ztry mtmuation of the construction of I-------------------------' j has been ordered and that he will One of the celebrated London art I "tart the work again on April 1. furnishers is showing cushions ot liar- i The only change made in the plans I lequin patchwork in diamond-shaped of the building were made last fall, pieces ot citron and orange, jado These were to change tho rooms in green and cobalt blue silk, making a the second story from rooms to kaleidoscopic effect of vivid color. offices. BANK CLEARINGS FARM, LOSES This week Last year !S Decision in Farm Land Case in Supreme Court is An Important One In the Supreme Court on Wednes- day afternoon, the action of Lodermeir vs. Jopson dismissed with costs. The plaintiff sued to ret-over Jl.ono paid by him 'on account of purchase price of a farm bought from the de- fendant. After the crop failure of the purchaser found he would riot bo able to carry on and make the payments called for by the agreement of purchase, and he declared that he was going to quit. Both parties then l drew up a document in -which Loder- meir declared he relinquished tbo property. Nothing whatever was said by either party at the time about the Jl.OOO. "When asked in the witness box -why he did not, it the time the document was drawn up, ask for the plaintiff said that he did not have the nerve. Some weeks later ha came to the defendant and made the request, and was told by the latter that he was going to keep tbe money. His Lord- ship held that a purchaser who aban- doned his contract cannot recover moneys paid on accntrnt of purchase. A, J. Virtue, of Virtue and Walsh, for the plaintiff, and S. J. Shepherd, of Shepherd, Dunlop and Rice, for the defendant. SHOES FOR EASTER MEN'S DRESS SHOES, Runnhiff Shoes for all White, Black, and Tan. We have a good stock of WORK SHOES for farmers, miners, etc., that can't be beat for quality. BRING YOUR REPAJRS H. a KILNER TELEPHONE 317. 420 13TH STREET N. SHOE REPAIRS For best work at lowest pricea try HUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 418a Fifth .St. S. Phono 693. MAGNETOS Any type, any make, repaired or supplied, The 'North Lethbridge Garage E. J. O'Sullivan. J13 13th St. N. Phone 645. THE 'STORE OF HIGH-CLASS Quality GROCERIES 60c Canned Raspberries; fancy quality; per tin, Canned Pears; Niagara Falls; fancy quality; go per tin...............JjC Canned Pine- 5UC and Blackwell's sour, mixed, and chow chow; large size Ripo 90c and 40c, 70c, 90c, 60c 43c White Onion Pickles Holbrooks "Harvey Sauce" Hearts of Baby Arti- chokes tin Cameron best JA Cheese; tin.... Swiss, Limburger and Welsh Rarebit Cheese; per tin Pimento and Kraft Cheese: per tin Limburger Cheese per brick Fancy Mixed Biscuits; per Ib Asparagus Ontario Creen Tips .Telly Powders Heinz Chile Sauco 40c 25c 60c 45c 60c 25c 50c HEAD LETTUCE, CAULIFLOWER, NEW CABBAGE, GREEN RHUBARB, TOMATOES AND RADISHES AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Jordan Shelled A A A Almonds; per Ib. Shelled rjn per California Budded per Ib.......DOC Paper Shelled Pecan fr-t Nuts; per Florida Grape Fruit, each- Oranges: JA- and A r per doz. WC 4jC Mixed j n per Ib. Table C C per tin.................OOC Red and Black Currant Jelly; jar AM Alfalfa .......OUC> .OOC Royal Salad nn Dressing ......JUC> OUC Shield; per Ib............. Chloride of per tin City, dry pack m f 2 Una for Sliced -t p; tin ,.........13C 55c 75c 20c STORE CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 AND Anflrew Irishman is Also Giv- en Custody of besetted Him- Tn tha divorce proceedings of An- flrew Lelshman vs. bio wifo, Margaret l.eisbman, which came up for hoar- ing before Mr. Justice Simmons at the Supreme Court on Thursday, the plain-] tiff was granted a decree nisi, to be made absolute in threo months. The plaintiff is a native ot Scotland and Is a miner living in North Lath- bridge. The parties were married at the Presbyterian manse by the Rev. A. Bryan on January 2nd, 1915, and there is issue by the marriage one ''on, born on October flth, 1915 Plaintiff and defendant lived together as man and wife at Lethbridgo until February Oth, W20, when the defend- ant without the knowledge or con- sent of tho plaintiff, as he alleged, '.eft the home and deserted him. He- randant on Saturday, Juno 19th at tho Depot Cafo and rooming house on first Avenut is alleged to have com- mitted adultery with one James Wat- ion. During 1917, whbi! de- fendant were living tngolhcr as man ind wifo, anil tfco plaintiir, .is ho r.uLlme'l, exported anil believed ihatj lie and hia wife would continue to live ipgether as man and wife, the plain- liff purchased with his own money :hrou Dominion War Ijoan bond? of (Cli, and hart these Issued lo him In FOR GOODMMV HOT BUNS Store open all day to- morrow. Bum on sale all day. i A FEW OF OUR REGULAR PRICES We Stock Nothing But the Best Magic Baking Powder......12 oz., 30c; 2Vis, 90c Plum Jam; per '4-lb. .gSc Raspberry and Apple Jam; 4 Ib. .70c Soda Biscuits; large package 3Qc Apples; per .'ioc Dairy Butter; per Ib........................4QC Creamery Butter, Old Chief; per Ib......'.'.'.'. .60c Premium Ham, sliced; per Ib., 60c; Peas and Corn; per tin................... 20c FRESH SUPPLY OF NEW CABBAGE, LETTUCE, RHUBARB, ETC., AT USUAL PRICES. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Oranges, good size; per dozen.............. 25c Ginger Snaps; 2 Ibs. Fresh Eggs; per dozen..............3QC J.4 A. JOHNSTON I o. rox 940 PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acadla Building 312 Third Avenut South SERVICE STATION FAMOUS MAGNETOS Magnetos Recharged WITH FACTORY EQUIPMENT. All makes of magnetos repaired. Full stock of repair parts carried. "We repair and re-wind armatures, generators, motors, coils and cut-outs. ALL WORK GUARANTEED ROY ELECTRIC CO. 518 4TH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 735. PHONE 1314. 13TH STREET NORTH. KIRKBYS 606 Third S. The road to success is toured if you are health- ful, de-toured if you are diseased. Get ypur spine SMITH and SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 205 SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONES 1877, 1441. HAVENTYOU HEARD OUR CUSTOMERS PRAISE QUAKER BREAD Ask any one of them. Quaker Bread in even better than it used to be, which is "going some." John Gi'more Ltd. Bakert of Quaker PHONE 378. BUNS FOR GOOD FRIDAY 3_OcLJPER_D O Z E N READY TOMORROW On Sale from 4 to 12 p.m. Thursday and from 7 a.m. till 12 noon Friday. PLEASE ORDER EARLY. THEY LOOK GOOD AND TASTE BETTER. 20% DISCOUNT oii all boxes of Chocolates Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ___WE BREAD, CAKES, ANr7 PASTRY. THE CANADIAN UNION BAKERY 404 13TH ST. N. PHONE 7S7. ;