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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS FRIDAY, MAUCH 26, 1920 SECOND SECTION U', -ALBEUTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE SEVEN Cardston Youths Figure in Alleged Movie Type Holdup Cargo of- Booze for Montana, Frame-up, Exciting. Chases and 'All the Rest Make Melo- drama of Quicf Temple CUy Uood Sltige. Enough for the and AldridKO went to the police and-. Scene 3 was arrest of Trlplett told them talo of what had bo- tor unlnwfully conspiring to commit A fraiuej hold-up, -so far as tho parties t3 ii- was concerned; a rich cargo of whiskey with u dt-alliuv lallen them. An Exciting Nest follows Bceno 2. with the; po- lice after tho tracks o! the bandits. Corporal Henderson and Detective Shaw searched tho bush by the St. Mar.v's Ulver. On ai.proachirig'au old bulimias they saw a ileurc rush out and slide down into the river base Jor aumu dtatar.ce. The man got out an Indictable offence In assisting to franio up a holdirp. He appeared be fore the Justice oi the Peace and was committed for fsfal. There being no ball, he Is also a-.-rci. not liCiim kuciwn :i> trie favt lhal OR- Will Cover Up to Acres Along LethbrirJge- Vt'evtwrn Line ;if fiooc! waler available, iu (ho of lou' n .--jiovv and rulnfal! has uot in-.'asur-id over it lonft period ui IkiwcviT, it will be a and will he relatively KjirSclij thinks H will cost ubuul I'.t-io to construct tho heathvorks rpji-rvoir. Tho hitler Is tho Davis a sjilendld natural 'reservoir.' A. It. hi-'- itircrted the and Thirty years ou March 24th, vhut was ihcu known as the Kalis anrj Canailu-Railway vras com- pleted after IKIIHJJ; lecn stalled Jn JSSC. U was tho connection on the American siJo wltb the narrow gauge, known the "turkey built ty (lie old A. Jt, and i. Irom Dim- more Lethbrldge aud continued to Couus. The Hint on the olhsr hrought lorwavd from Great Falls to Swecl Crase. The tho cunpletlod of The 0. O. U. regard the "lock-out" of mhiera who refuse to sign tho 'check-oft" as an illCEal act and intend :o> tc-st the sam> in the courts. In addition to a caso to be brought on n the Hcsedeer mine, Dnimlieller, an action has be6n started in Lelh- bridge. This action is to test the validity of tho C. P. R.. in No. 3 mlae, ;o deduct the amount or tho "check- contrary, as alleged, to tho wish of the claimant 'in the statement of claim filed. The plaintiff in the suit entered is Thomas Sloan, a miner in No. 3 mino. He claims the sum of the amount of the "check-off" deducted by Iho C. P. R. who operate the mine. This deduction had heen 'inado according to the order of Commissioner Arm- strong, and the plaintiff at tho time agreed ;lo the sanio but later notified his-reijuest that the'deduction should not- though, It is' understood, he is still working nt the mine. fn his claim tho plaintiff states that lie was employed as a miner by the defendants froin February 1st to Feb. 1920, and during such period earn- Tiial the time is not far distant j vhen the l.ethbridge-U'eyburu line of he C. F. U.. which is to he completed .his year if labor ii available, will .raverso a district which, for many miles cast of Ltlhbridge will run through country served irrigation ditches. Is Indicated in a story from Hegina to tho effect that thcro Is, south of llaplc Creek, an Irrigation project iu the process of formation which will Irrigate in the neighbor- hood of acres of land from the flood waters of thu Cypress Hlltn. The project now- being mooted Is the larg- est Irrigation scheme ever broached In Saskatchewau and when completed will bring wealth to the southeastern portion of tlmt province just, as irriga- tion is causing wealth to flow into Southern Alberta. At the present time there Is some Irrigation In the Cypress Hills district south of Maple. Creek, this being ob- tained from the natural flow- of the creeks-rising in the liillp. These pro: jecls naturally arc small as the creeks arc small, hut the proposal now being considered by the farmers ot the dis- trict, is oae of large proportions, find is interesting io Southern Alberta both tor its relation to tbe Letlibridge- lluidiiiiebr freols. Four miles...vrcst I of tlsy Irii.e a IK to be constructed I in tin- White Jluri valley; the lake put- }let. Thb liam be a large affelr. and bn iho inoai coaly, part of the pr-jic'jl. The cost of Iho distri- buting dUchcj .has not been determin- ed, hut fictn the experience In Soulh- era Alberta projects tho'v will cost another or an acre. Tills will hring the cos', ot the project up to ?25 or ?30 an which is consider- ed very cheap and compares with 540 aud project R in Southern [terla. Fanners in Ibis section will watch with interest Ilie development of Ihe Saskatchewan project, Iho incentive foi' which came irom Ihe 'irrigation development plans of .Southern Al- the line. direct communication between Canada arid Iho States estab- lished, way LIU oven} as 11 resnitl- ed in those dny.i. and inauy an oil- timer Iu rumembsrfi It. U was I'lamu'd to have u big cele- bration in f.ethbridxf lo couimemor-. Hie the event. Thy thg .ind 1. from KnK'arid ;.wcre tx- pecte'J to be proscr-l, for tholr ac- a largo temporary build- ing was crccie.-i.. Th? inability of the lo attend shore the cere- mony planned of mucli of its ,-glory, and the even; in the end ramo off with the letting off of a number of rocket! and fireworks. TROYTOWN WINS lEi the past five years. NATIONAL LONDON, March Ca- nadian Associated 1 Grand National, the English was today wen by Troy town; The Turk, second, and the Bore, third. Out of 24 start- ers only five co.nfHeted the course. The prTcer on the first three horses Troy town 6 to The Turk C6 to 1, and The Bore1 28 lo 1. Tlie party In the htarted oft. and all went well until. a. rntle hnd -a 'half of 'the distance covered. Tlie rig was then jjass- cd luon -on TiorfeLack, After f ,by the rig to a distance of about four rods, they- turned their horses aud came back to the buggy. Coming m> to it a shot was fired and the 'occupants called on io hold up iiieir'hands: This they uromptly. did. The men on horsehack had handker- chiefs over their lint the clothes I hey .wore, and their voices helped; in i their lieing identified as sworn to by! the ricflinis of Ihe hoTd-up. j According to the evidence of Still- day after, nt the police court! at Cardstun, the occupants of the rig refused to get out. Hereupon Sher- wood got off.his horse and Elruek Ald- ildgo oyyr the eye with a club, toll- .Ing Stllinian that he wuulil be served tho Dfiiiio if be did nut get out. Rifle Pockets Tho bandits then weiil over Ald- rltlge's pockets but, as far as Still- man knew, found .nothing there. They met belter fortune In searching extracting a roll of As part of the show Woolf, it was stated, gave a spin round. The two men.were then made to walk a ccr- fain distance, considerately given of their own money, and left fn charge of one of the horsemen for a short time. The Triplet! and Iho other riders turned 'urn! headed back IFI the direction of CV.rdston. Aldrldge In Jho wllners bos corrob- orated tho evidence of StUlman, stat- ing furthf-r ttlat before he 'received tbo blow from thn nlnb had told Ihe gunmnii Hint not one of them had IfK) guts lo t'hoot a man. i llotiirnlng Cr.rdnU.ii Stlllman wcslbmind train, will leave Carrtston at, 8 a.m. and will reach' L.elbbrlctge at; 11.20, leaving, ugu'in at 1.30 reaching its 5.25'.p.ni. Oil th'3 east trip does" uqt r etna in as Ipnfe in Lcthhridge. It ar- rives here; B t. 1 and'; 1 cave s a haU-hcur rertchinsf .Carflston Tiiero were sonic splendid sugges- tions from candidates in -the Herald seventh coniucHtion. and making it a lltlio difficult to decide which hail the most merit, i However, inc niiBd't'stioii of JOHN H. FOZARD, 510 ]9tll St. N., was awarded the prize for tho reason it had more of the .original Idea, aud tended lo interest more people thau the others. Tlie competition that gets the most entries is in the main Iho most suc- cessful. Details of Iho plan U by Jlr. Fozanl .will.bs published 'iilgary, To get thewlieat iiero Khip- chui-ges r.re I.c.l.' On oats the u-idgc price is Jl.32, and ou bar- it is a Mr, seed man In was of tio opinion that considerable seed wheat, cou'ld Uo obtained from Ibe local mills, but on investigation it .has heen. found- Ibat this is not the case. Mr. has been kept extremely busy during th-2 pas't couple of days filling out orders. He has filled put ordere rauging from 350. to He will make l.ethbrulge his head- (iuarler.s and will employ ageiits to travel through the district. From tiiis office he hopes to cover the territory immcdialely south of the city and around Coaldalc. An agent will be 'on the Card.slon-Magrrtlh line on Monday to receive orders for seed grain. SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES- WEAR Alto Gentlemen's Silk Silicic Made to Order. SIU MOW SExth Street South (Behind Dominion Meat Market) Saturday Specials Choice Roast of Veal, per ib.......... 15c to 2Sc Choice Steer'Beef Roasts, per Ib. 18c, 20c and 22c Choice Wether Mutton, shoulders, per Ib. 30c Legs, per Ib............-----. ,......35c A FEW LINES WE PUT UP IN OUR OWN KITCHEN Blood Puddings, per Ib..................iSc Fresh Tripe, 2 Ibs...................... 25c Jeliied Veal, per Ib...................... 40c Scotch Oatmeal Puddings, per Ib............25c Roast Beef Dripping, per Ib............... 30c HAVE YOU .TRIED OUR SPECIAL PORK SAUSAGE is not a CESh and carry market. We deliver to all parts of the Brunton Hooker Phone 1698 328 13th Street N. K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Lettuce, extra 25c 8Cc Head each Slaod Oranacs, per dor. Grape Fruit, t5e and Hot House LtttiicJ, per Ib. 40c Oranges, per 60c and V5c Apples, Ydtow unwrap- ped, per box Spider's- Tomato large tins, 2 fcr- 45c Bramble -Jelly, 4 Ib. pall, 51.30 Soap Chipr, per Ib. 3Qc Cfiicken Soiip, per tin 20t ToUet Paper, 4 rolls 25c Elkhorn Cheese, per tin 25c Ferrsr Crenm Cheese, pir Ib. 70c- Rhubarb, per Ib: 30c Clark's Pork and Beanij 6 tins for -72c large 55c per 45c Seed Potatoes, psr 100 Ibs. Figs, Torklsh, per Ib...... GOc Spanish Cluster Raisins, pir Ib...........-.-.......... 65c Relish, Libhy's Sour Pickles, Hed Cross, jar..................... Furniture Dusters, each 35c Carnation Mush, per pkg.. 60c Creametteb, per 12c Cream of Wheat, per pkg... 32c Braid's Bis'., per Ib. 70; Jelly. Powders, 2 for....... 2Sc Shelled Walnuts, New fresh slock, per ST.OD Cranberries, per tin 40c Logtinberries, per tin -Vic Sweet Potatoes, per tin 20o GEO. KERR CO, FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1 I WM5 I The New Cafe Is a popular place lo cat. 'Ilic food, service arid the are-popular. The Yale THE NEW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH You get good food and good service. TO BUILDERS CONTRACTORS Wp arc orders for conmioji huililliii; brick for April and May" delivery a'i.'iiresent prices. All building material Is rapidly advancing. Figure out your icquiicmonls and tale advantage of prevailing rates. FOR QUOTATION'S PHONE 1412 LETHBRIDGE BRICK CO., LTD. 113 SECOND AVE. SOUTH 'rllGINBOTHAM BLOCK L Life Insurance Protects your family if you die protects you if you live, A policy for in tile hands of your dependents when you die Is worth of those you Wife Just golna out. Buy your insurance the Monarch Life, a good Canadian Cunipany. HOLMES JOWETT 922 7lh Street South, Lethbridjj: Phone 1211 for Southern Alberta. ALSO AUTOMOBILE, FIRF. AND HAIL IHSUHANCC Farm Products Ltd. are Now Handling the Foil Line of U.G.G. Machinery and Farm Supplies You nmv JL LaCrosso Drill, power jHVjssure; Korkncr Spring CiiK'ivator, 1. S, or 12 liorac size; Disc Plow, liplit. or liravy, 2, 3, Ei or C (Uf-CE. just the tiling for Hip, ivct ground we have spring; Plows; llorso or Knglnc Disc Harrows; Ixiiul ors; Ditchers and Gra'ierrf; Fanning Mills; Grain Pviiglncs; Wnsliitig Macbinew, i J'ricca in most lines will advance April I, It pnj- to ortlor now. SEEDS ALFALFA, TIMOTHY AND BROME FEED AND SEED OATS SEEDS USE THE GROWERS COMPANY FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. COALDALE PHONE 777 LETHERIDGE A Genera! Meeting OF LETHBRIDGE MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION Is Called for Ten o'clock SATURDAY MORNING, March 27, at the Y. M. C. A. Busings iiK-lnilnc olai-lion of a Prcsident.iBelling of rallh pries irtciuihs, etc. A order for hay-and feed will bo mada up it the meeting if possible. Any !nciil producers wlio liave not yet joined Hie association specially Invited. w. J. LLOYD, Stcratary. Good News for (he Dairy Farmer The Imltcr market he9 ndvanccd so.that we are now able to qiioto an advance ot .elghtfccnts per pmitid flutter fat. Tho r-fito until furlncr not'co will tio: No. 1 Sweet 72c per Ib. B. F, No, 1 Sour G9c per Ib. B. F. No. 2 Sour Cream........................ 66ff per Ib. B. F. Wo pay csiircss charges on Hie croain find then return cmply can, and pay for tlio cream liy return mall by Domin- ion Impress Money Order. We are always In lhi> market for cream, Sweet or Sour, and you may ship to us at any tlmo. Wo meet nil tlio trains. We are> In (ho market for swxct milk. Write or phono ua. Crystal Dairy Limited -OFFICE 1384 RESIDENCE 1385 W. Hoult, Local Manager, Residence Phone 1687 P A n- T.U. BOX LUMBE Supplies and Steam Coal OWN YOUR OWN HOME and be independent of tho steadily In- creasing rentals. A TITLE-DEED TO A HOME [3 more satisfying, than a bundle of rent receipts. WE, ARE SPECIALISTS IN THE ART OF HOME BUILDING, Con- sult us when contemplating the erection of a Home. OUR SERVICE IS AT YOUR SERVICE. EN. BECKER AT- LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON, MON- rti ARCHj NOBCEFORD, NEMISCAH ;