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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I THE M8E 09 UVE LOCAL rtws il 'iJiit.V.V-'v 1920 SECOND SECTION: LETHBRIIXJE, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN LEAVES FORf II ENTIENLEGISUI Reviews Irrigation Situation at Meeting of Board of Trade and Expresses Pleasure' at Action of Dominion .Govern- merit in Providing Half to Complete Irrigation Surveys. I ami Further irrigation-works ton Icra plat ed v.-ill quickly. reach the C. II. Marnoob. president uf as (ho.Lothbriigc North- hi-ard ol trade, ainiouucrd in tbn; Cftli ,ne Dominlo-r government bay- luiicl-.cci! of that body todty >Jmt IiOi sunl of neirly, half a. iaillion dol- v-IH leave this at'ernoo.i for btDiicu- ;ajs iu It look the l.'.t of ih3 Leliibridgo district at Ihc debate on tho.uew Irrigation hill In. the legislature.' It is expected sonic rc-commemla'tlons will ho brought this year's estimates for the-. further surveys'.for Irrigation works In Southern Alberta, the total espeu- diture upon, whlih will ultimately run into sonie Farmers are most anxious to liavo these works THINKS NAVAL POLICY WON'T BE ABANDONED In response to the wire des- patched by the Navy League of tho city tp W. A; liucliiuiuu M.P., as a protest ugaiijst tho abandonment of naval policy, as reported In a press des- patch, the following reply lias been received from Mr. 11 u- chanan: "Satisfied press reports uu- Tvarranled. Naval policy wil 1 not bo Equalization is Bone of Contention rf down in the house as soon the; established, results of farming under illscutsion on tho liquor question jrriEation around LeUibridge during ceases and Mr. Marnoch intends to be fiftesu ysara past having amply deui- un the job to lend Ills lisistauce in that one-seventh o( tho an- ciueations. imai produce under Irrigation, vrill take This was first meeting Mr. ciirc of all tho Interest aud uiaiulen- nas presided over for sev-l ;uicc charges. Ki'eitt; and In greet lie prcsl-! dent r.n his return :i sowl turned out. Mr. Mam-el. for n favv.iuluuteS; giriy.; a ICVMV of tho iri'isi'.Uoh progress. one of Ilia big things hi putting irrigation over lit Canada, said Mr. Jluriiocti. Ho told of tho activities or board of trade in scattering in- telligent information throiightoiit the coiiiilry so that financial interests can have a better understanding of ivlial! iiriguliou means to Southcin Alberta, i flnd can learn that irrigation bonds nrc 11 edge Investment. Nat'cnal Economy Continuing, ho said he was glad to KCO from the estimates submitted to parliament that til e nation was taking a last on the question of na-: lifiiial economy. The very fact that all expenditures on public buildings "vvas io be stopped one euro way of diverting effort to absolutely navy housing for the people, for that Tvill .ivllhdravy tho demand from- non- productive works that are not ini- iiiediaUiy necessary, and enuble ma- terial and labor lo he used for pro- riuetive work m.yrlilch class h.e placad utes after the, aslall.eged, that the irfigallqn-iV.'orks Ihat arc to lie went across a sec- built in1 this.yeaar. ond time and to administer-d sound Supply of Men Not Too Farmers Complain of Wages Asked Spiro and Tom Principals in Assault Case in Court Farm laborers ore holding the far- mers up In thfi matter of vagcs, ac- cording lo one observer, who is In close touch with, this subject. Wages this spring, ho stated, started out on a high lovel, but yet tho available labor for farms Is holding out for more money. Several farmers have hired men In the Lethbrldgo district, it was said, who rto not know whero they will get tho money to pay the wages on ac- cnunt oE the high' scale" they were forced to pay. It is true that more farm laborers could be used than are available in Letlibrklgo at present.' The truth of tho proverbial assump1 lion of what lakes place whfcu "Greek meets "the- tug-of-; was exemplified in the city when ItFREEFREIGHI Nick Spiro, of the Palace Confection- cry, met Tom llellas, of the Uoston Shoo Shine, in an onslaught which cul- minated in a double assault. A summons Spiro for assault, on the- information 'ot -MeljiF-. was not- niorje than about five miii- .1 and tunity for the: (Kpenditure million upon v.'orK 'Iliat hali' been most carefully tiiirvcyod and reporlcd upon by engin- eers by both the Dominion Representations Being Made to Extend Date Till Middle of May drubbing to his porsbh! From the-cf- tccts ECcbnd was, as hc; had to was removed to the'-boBjvUal; On the appearaace of. Spira at. tho city polico tlic caso against him on the first assault was adjourned for tho inEtitutiou of a sec- ond clmrie for assault.- The hearing' on both charges will be taken on Friday morning, provided Hellas is in fit condition to appear. Magistrate on the sick list and tho court was presided over by Mr. Humphries, J.P. Several read at the Jiiiichc-on tho Irado Thurs- day that paid compliments-to Prcsl- o'eiit G. IL .Marnoch, for the great! -work ho has done for tlio dGvaloniin.-iil j di the Lethhrtdgo district in the mat-' ler Of irrigailan. The letters ivero nc- IniowledginB copies ot Jlr. Manioch'a animal report lo the board. These let- ters from many financial insti- tuiions all over Canada an'cl EOIUO cities of the United Siatca. A resolution was passed endorsing Uie stand taken by the Winnipeg of Trado In opposing tlio Arm- Elroas Bill. A comiminiration from Ihe eastern board pointed out that, in tho-opinion of the members in Wlnni- peg. cheaper rates would prevail it the shipping ou Canada's inland water- v.-cys could be kept from under the coolrbl of the Ilnllwny Commission. BOARD OF TRADE DATES April A. Lilly, of the Lilly Agency, >vill sneak on fire inatirance. April to Rotary Club delegates from. Moniana. April from Brig.-GiTi. Mac domild. -Jlay 0( Trade convention in Ciilgiiry. rneetlng of West- ern Canada Irrigation association. to or from Groat Falls Commercial Club. June 2-yindustrIa! .Congress. of AVeslern Cana- da Irrigation association. The Bolshevik'Government In Ilus- ordered its agent lo furnish ECO tons of print paper to the London Uaily Herald, tho Socialist organ. GRANTS FOR BATTERIES The sum of ?200 for rocrca- .tion and writing rooms for tho 20th and the crtth Buttorics, to bo organized here ns mllllln unit's, has hcon granted by tho, city council. The rooms will bo. Installed in the. armory, the lease of which has bijcu KC- quired. TO From West St. John, N.B., Tol Mar. 31..Sicilian ........Glasgow ........Liverpool .Havre-Ixmdon 10..Bmp. Franco ..Liverpool 15..Scandinavian .'..Antwerp 20. .Pretorlftii ......Glasgow 2S...MInncdosa ...Mvorpool I'ACH'IC OCEAN 5KRVICB Main Si. -Jinnintf. CONTINUE TO BOIL THE WATER Although only seven days remain until the end of the month no decision, las been announced as to t' wtietiie .he farmers-will he'allowed; lay-and feed under .'the free, freigh. scheme after April i. Present're'gu altbns s'top the, free, freight prlyli cger. at the end of this month. Efforts, arc being made in Ottawa :o havo this privilege extended uiitl May 15, it-was announced Ibis-mom The matter was brought iip Thursday but no word has'been re elved In Lothbridge concerning tho cutcome. GENERAL STRIKE CALLED ROME, March general stric- ter 24 hours was called at mlflri ant night at Naples as n prqtes against the ejection of workmen lad seized two factories there. BANK CLEARINGS INCREASE clearings this week totalled as compared with for the corre- sponding week last an increase of Tho advice of Commissioner to the citizens is to con- tinuo boiling tlio water. Tho alum which has conie lo hand is being used is a coagulant, but it will take a little time .to K; qfficlals'-fit The ice pracHially all Bono out and tho'flow ot water lias been rapidly falling during the past few days until today :thc flow Is practically normal. Lho city'where they-had been sold by M. Lipsbn, present .itnder- Kolug. sentence in Ihe Lclbbrlilge Jail for fraud, over tho purchase of furs aud hitieBJ They proved to bo .part of ia tho burglary Qt HUNDREiD DOLLAR SUITS PREDICTED FOR COMING FALL Suits will cost rrien one hundred dollars each next fall. That Is a statement made by a local tailor to trie Herald this morning. Press- ed-for opfnioh OfTtbe constant incrcascc that" bften '.Made' during past twelve morithi and on the reports east1 of labor troubles, arid England of the scarcity of raw materials. He announced Intention of with his business this cummer and closing up in the fall. To act In the nature of. a warning to others who, should they be summoned, will hare to pay fines, G. 3-athorn, C. 11, Danict and D. Kobra. the lat- ter of Coalhiirsi, were let off by Magistrate Burrclf at tho A; 1'. I', court, on Thursday, with a warning. -They wore sum- imnieil for having delayed to sccnro their 1SSO licenses un- dcr the Motor Vehicles' Act. Sellins J District J. B. DvQucrre. T. McNeil, A. Neidlj, F. Wood- coek District Shover District P. Hedley, M. B. Steel Welrlct AV. J. Taylor. TV. A. Kavltt District 6-AValter Collier, S. case: 53.90 462.00 212.90 86.70 175.83 119.19 JTancfs District A. Hedenstrom, R. he. K. T. belt 50.76 District I. D, Thomas 46.50 District Dan> VA'ilson, M. Bailey, V. Kelly 41.10 District 10 I'. Lamcsfelier. 7.60 District 11 R. Douglas, A. An- dereon District Jas. Fred 13.70 Dhtrjct r. A. Rogers 89.SJ Dlsfrlct U--V. Uuicsfclder.. SS.Sn District A. W. Ritchie... 31.00 District H. Rosaine, Hurst- 20.10 District A. Carlson, H. TarroU, H. Ingram ______ 70.00 Sam Crabb, R. 15. C. Thompson 37.75 Per J. D. Percival 50.20 Coleman Per C. C. Woods, Sentinel IxxJgo. K.P. 52.25 United Mine Workers of Amer- ica, Local 571 3SS.50 jeEE capenses, advertising and printing in Tho I.eth- bridge Herald 111.60 Total Farm Products Ltd. are Now Handling the Full Line of U.G.G. Machinery and Farm Supplies You may need a Lt-.Crosse Drill, power pressure; Forkner Spring Tooth Cultivator, 4, 8, or 12 liorso size; Disc Plow, light or heavy, 3, 4, B 6r6 lilacs, just tho -thing for the -wet ground we will have this spring; Lacrosse Plows; -Horse or Engine Disc Harrows; Pack- ers; Ditchers and Graders; Fanning Mills; .Grain Picklors; Harness; Engines; Waehi'ng Machines. 1 -Prices in most lines will advance April 1. It w'ill pay to order now. SEEDS ALFALFA, TIMOTHY AND.BROME FEED A.ND SEED OATS SEEDS USE THE GROWERS COMPANY FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. COALDALE PHONE 777 LETHBRIDGC CUNARD Anchor-Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS NEW K.A. Vic. Apl2-! Carmania. ..May Vauhan ..May 15 K.A. Vic. May NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Mauretanla ,..................Apl 24 Mauretania..................May 22 Imperalor ,..................Juno 19 Mauretania ...................July 3 NEW BOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Ryl George Apl 14 Jlyl George May 10 Kyi Georgo Jun 23 Kyi George Jul 2S NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- BOURG AND LIVERPOOL Carmania ..Apl 10 faronla. ..May22 NEW via Movillt Columbia. Apl 17 Columbia .May 22 Columbia .July 3- Columbia .July 31 NEW AND HAMBURG Saxonla......................Apl 10 NEW AND HAVRE Saxonla ..May 19 ..JunoU NEW Italia.......................March 31 NEW GREECE Pannonia .................i...Apl 10 Cassandra ...................'.Apl 24 MONTR EAL-i-GLMGO.W Saturnia ..May t Cassandra. May20 Salurnla ..Juno 5 Cassandra'July 3 Drafts, Money Orders ani Remittances. For full Inform.-.tfnn apply to R. n. and 8. S. agents, Office, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main SU Wlnniptl THE LADIES' SOCIETY TO THE BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN AND ENGINEMEN ARE HOLDING A DANCE IN KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL FRIDAY, MAR. 26th VETERANS FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA GOOD TIME ASSURED FOR ALL DANCING FROM 9.00 TO 2.00 Good News for the Dairy Farmer Tlio liulter market has advanced so that we are now able to (iiiolo nu ndvaiico of eight cents per pound biitter lat. The price until further notice will be: No. 1 Swest Cream........................725 ftr Ib. B F No. 1 Sour Cream 690 f'tr tb. B. F. No. 2 Sour Cream........................ 66e Ib. B. F. We pay (upress charges on tlie1 cream and then retun: empty can, and pay for tho cream by retuni mall by Domin- ion Express Money Order, Wo are aVwSys In the market for cream, Sweet or Sour, and you may ahfp to us at any time. We meet all the trains. Wo aro In tho market for svvtet milk. Wrllo or phone U3. Crystal Dairy Limited K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Blood Oranges, large size, per. dozen SQc Tangerines, per 35c California Orapc Fruit, each iSr. Spinach. 2 Ibs. for .___... 35c VeEclablo Brushes, each 183 IJislo, tho Gravy JIakar, large size 25ci Powdered Bath Brick, pkg. Hickett'5 Cteam Tints, .pkg.i'qSo! Robertson's Patent Barley, tin 50c Ijibby's Kraut, packed in Canada, per. tin................. 24c Inpersoll .Cream Cheese, per toe Gold" Bar, No. 1 size, i each 30c .a pure salad and cook- iug'oil 65c and SPECIAL AND CARRY ArabTea, 7fjn sale 65c Currj' Powder p'kg. ;___25o Orange Marmalade, pSr Custard Powder, Garlon'j, pei- Baking Powder, Forest City- brand, 16 02. size Potato Flour, per pkg. 20c' pkg. 20c Corn Flakes, Kcllogs's, 2 pkgs. for 25c Coffee, "Our Ideal or freali ground 60o GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A General Meeting OF LETHBRIDGE MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION Is Called for ten o'clock SATURDAY MORNING, March 27, at the Y. M. C. A. Business includes election of a President, setting of milk price for spring months, etc. A co-oreratlvo order for bay and feed .will 'je made up at toe mooting If possible. Any locril producers who liave not yet Joined tho asjoclatiou specially invited. _ .w. J. LLOYD, Secretary RESIDENCE 1385 P.O. BOX 538 W. Hoult, Residence Phone 1687 BECKER YATES L U M B E R Builders' Supplies and Steam Coal OWN YOUR OWN HOME and be Independent ot the steadily creasing A TITLE-DEED TO A HOME ii more tatiifying, than a bundle of rent receipts, WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THE ART OF HOME BUILDING, Con- sult us when contemplating the erection of Home. OUR SERVICE IS AT YOUR SERVICE. H. N. BECKER YAROS AT- t-ETHBRIOQE, WARNER, NEW DA.YTQN, MON- ARCH, NOBLEFORD, NEMISCAM ;