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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL WHBBB TOO KtraCT If THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD uvt UK4L tarn SATl'KIUY, MAKC.II 1921 SECOND SECTION ALBKHTA. SECOND SECTION PAGE ELE EN KOTARIANS BRAVED SNOW AT KT. WILLIAM; 350 DELEGATES PRESENT This WiU Hold Up the Decision on Division of Milk- Si, Mary's Water Agaih there is a vacancy on the American section of tlm In throat tonal Waterways Commission. At the re- inietit of President Harding, W. B. Wilson, secretary labor in tho Wil- Bon administration, appointed to the commission JUHL before the new presi- dent assumed office, has resigned. A UoturUiDK from LeUibrhlpo ran into imito f pilu of snow at tho Rotary convention in Fort William and Port Arthur. B. Porter, president of the. local Itotary club returned yesterday' afternoon from convention and 1 tbirf raornlDK he said tho convention was a very successful uffuir. The attundancit was not as large as this one held last year in CalgAry. At this year's convention in the neigh- borhood of 350 lloUriana and Uotar- iaucttes were registered. The homo i club gave the visitors a fine time. Forlvolmg a BreaL dual of Unto in propar- aome time previous to tho convention j ing for the special Elaborate C. R. WILL HE READY TO TURN -WATER INTO j DITCHES DURING APRIL j I the weather had hcon splendid and' programs have been prepared at springlike but the storm that went number of tho nhurches. In Wesley through the north of the prairtas hit the program consists ot an anthem Fort William a day nr two before the the mom ing, "The First Kastr April weather will decide the date! when tin? r. K. Natural Uc-sourrps department will turn water into the I for iho Taber mid other irri- cation districts fed by the company's l ditches east of 1-ethbridfij. said S. G. j Porter, superintondeiu of tho Lc-tji-' Sunday. Easier, will be celebrated tlu> Natural Kesouv-' ces department. At tlui preseiu timo everything' looktf lint! for giving tho farmers now on the system nil the water they ivant. Farmery so far, have commenced work on their ditches, being too bu.sy with their spring work. May 1 is tho data stjt by Dominion Strange Tale of Told in Tell Police Here in ;i northerly direction. Announce- ments have just bofri mude tliut trie Syndicate, recently to sink ;i test well at Kevin, two tut ions .sou til of Sweet grass, lias HO advanced Its ornanizatiun that, drill- ing will bo madu in days. The loca- tion of the tost, well is just southeast. !_hf. si to selected (or the well to b-r drilled by the Campbell (iordou in- j The SwrcHgr'ass Syndicate is large- ly composed of flreae Fulls men and its oflleos will be1 maintained in that city. Tho company has aeren ou the Kevin structure. 11 B. BAXTER NOW I TELEPHONE HEAD Succeeds W. R. Pearce Who Re- signed -Other Promotions Are Announced in Letllhridgo's churches by special music. All the choirs have been 'K> convention opened. a solo "I Know That My Tie- Reports will he received aV the meet-: deemer Liveth." and in rhe evening ing of the Lethbrlrtic Rotary Club on an Anthem, "Who Shall Hull Away tho Monday evening front" delegates who; will IK- At the same new appointment will aoon bo made. I attended the big conference. Mon-! service a male chorus will "Holy Those changes in the personnel of j day evening's meeting will have sov-! unit Blessocl." The Hallelujah chorus the commission delay the decision on Crai other features that will malje the will be rendered by the choir and iiie matter so important to Southern; gathering an attractive one. Discus-: Hugh Crawford will sing "Jerus-; government lavs 1'or the opening of the irrigation season hut if April proves exceptionally ilry it may be possible to turn water in I lie ditches a'few days before that. Should April prove wet it is likely the farmers may not v.-ant water that early. oC the interna- tional streams. F, sione will be held on business ethics, alein.'.' An organ prelude will start at CONGREC'ATTOV and other subjects close to the Hearts! 7.10 p.m. _ of Rotarians. Labor Bureau Reports Wages Now Seem To Be Fairly Well Established Farm wages seem to have settled down with a. fifteen dollar spread. HEARS "CRUCIFIXION" AT ST. AUGUSTIN'S Had Been Considered But Work I Knox church will also have a i program. The morning service open with an organ piece." Triumphal 1 _______ j March" and ttie anthem will be "Ay iL j Began to Dawn." An organ selection. Staincr's beautifully "Song of the will be the next rendered by the choir of St. Augus- j number ami the last for the tnorning tin's church, augmented by Mr. Fer- service will be a solo by Miss Pater- fT-ison organist of Knox church, ilrow I son. "And Shall Wipe.' "Romance a largo congregation to the church on j in A" an organ selection will open tho Thursday night. The choir .acquittal: evening service anil the choir will themselves in very creditable! sty'o j sing as its anthem "I Declare Unto in the rendering, the precision, light! You." An organ selection. "Andante and shade of the chorus being partic- i i in D" will be given and Mrs. Alfan Millhouoe, will render a selected solo, sonorous A special program has been an- jnounced for the United church. This I will consist of a solo. "Open the Gates Between three thousand and four] of the by Miss Mcllvena; Held Up Owing to Recent Orders particularly n Fling Wide the Gates." This i was sung with enthusiasm and with j an ensemble that was particularly i A story cotnt'S from Calgary :is related by a miner of the name of Steve Kcrlfna. who foil thieves as ho journeyed irom (ho mine ivherr-, lio went to seek v.'jM-k mid. faf'.iiiK lo it. mailn lii.s way inro hetlihridsc. On liis ftjulo. he heiicld car ditclunl lij" tin; waysiiln and. with all the ia- of tho ROOI! Samaritan roused within him, he proceeded lo remier first aid, pm'aclvonturH thore might those who it. Instead of. however, there boiuji ;u; disabled in the-car tliat iffi '.-n. there suddenly issued from it a. nu'.n masked, who. oblivious of the good intentions of Kerlina, showed. Steve that !IH tool; an awful chance on his mission ot rharity by ordering him to hold up his hands. Tho request way followed by a blow on the head of yood-inteiitioiied Steve, from which he fell prone to earth and LT'.U) uway in u deep sleep. Awakening from forced slumber. he discovered that his wad had gone. Kerlfua nursed his until-ho reached Calvary, and iniiiurdeii ed his woes at the office oC the II. W. of A. explained that he failed to report; the affair to the polic-j of- ficials in Lethbrirlse ln--t he should arouse the unholy moc-korv of Iho O. H. U. who would give him, as ho expressed it, the "Ha. ha." REALIZED IN HYSSOP HORSE SALE At the sale of .Hyssop Itrotber.s. north of Ijiithbridge, on Thursday, some hJuh prices were paid for horses and mules. Ono team of brown gelil- brought This was the high mark. The prices for horses ran between and J600 a team, and the mules in teams brought practical- ly the same. The total amount of the sale was Reports from Kdmontou arc to tho effect that a number ot changes have been made in tho provincial telephone administration. This is the result of tlu-'departure of General Superintend- ent W. 11. ljearce for a New Bruns- wick appointment. The changes do new. affect the Lethbridge office. U. B .Baxter has been appointed (o the general superintendent's chair and Baker, some ago at Ma- cleod. goes into Mr. Baxter's place a? plant superintendent. W.-O. Trettln. has been appointed construction plneer in IMr. Ilaker's place and W Mnckie ts given the purchasing agent's position. Wage., being offered hy tho farmers run between 540 and ?60 ,a mouth thousand tons of stone I" the solo pans the fine roliusto will be In-oueht from the j "Light at Even ifide." 4. duet by Mr. tenor of Mr. Ferguson v.-us a feature to Leth-iand Mrs Jarnieson- "I Believe" a tno cantata. There was :ui intense of the Alberta Government Employ-! Mr. MacKintosh attended a confer- ment bureau shows vacancies, for four- ence iu Calgary this week when ques- teen farm aands and also shows that tions affecting this district were thirty-six farm were placed i brought up. The work on the bridge during the week. Thirty-five men ap- wm bo dono Dy contract and it is ex- plied for work on farms and one man" way sent into the district from an- other district. Following are the figures for the week sheepherder, one hired gas engineer, four applications and two ylaccmenta; clerk, one placement; laborers, nine placements; saddler, the contracts will be awarded as soon as possible. U will be neces- B.C. WONEER DIES VANCOUVER. Mar. Thcnias Karl of Lytton. one of real pioneers thosn present. of British Columbia and a prominent fruit grower, is dead at his home here. hamatic fooling givan to the render-1 ins, -with a fervent, and impros-; sive expression. Tin; solo of Air. rtiftVi'etl through having a cold. 7'ho male aingers -Messrs. Kllner.; Johnston ancl f-iiKtainccl their purls in very pruise worthy fash inn. Tho choir throughout, although lack- ing support from the organ, gave ad- mirabie aid and the met with n. highly appreciativp response from DRILL AT KEVIN IN 90 DAYS IS REPORT Montana oil drilling operations are'drawing closer to the Alberta line which indicates that the promoters have faith that the oil formation runs Mrs. H. H. John.-r j abl directed i L. A. B., very i chair. The church sary to bring the stone into the city (The late Mr. Earl cam a -to the prov- crowded to tho doors, and seats and to haul it to the foot of the bridge inco in 1858. hy team. j Jersey in No extension for the present time, ia planned to the Lethbridge station. Last fill it waa thought an extension He was bora iu had to he along the aisles to j accommodate tile large audience. __ _ __ one placement; teamster, one place- constructeJIto the station to inent; fireman. one the Dominion Express Company. Fifty-one applications were re- but tfcs has been abandoned for the ceivecl for work and flfty-two were placed; Eight men were given casual employment and thirty-three men are out of employment. Sdven women were given employ- ment They two house- keepers, four nooks and one house- maid. Nine vacancies are on thn books. Five women were given cas- nal employment. men tjme being. The quartern now i MOOSE JAW MAN DISTRICT GOVERNOR Local Rotariaru are returninc from the .district convention at Fort William. J. A. Caulder, of Moose Jaw, succeeds John Davies, of Medicine Hat, as district gov that known as high blood pres- S'.Lje. It io the finU ci.nptom of nge. It indicates a stiffening of tho artery walls. To move the blood through 'he veins and capillaries the Iwart must work harder, ami it gets less aid from elastic artery the high pressure. The cause ia faulty kidney action, resulting in a very slight mineral deposit in ths arteries which hardens and stiffens them. Sometimes the condition is centered in some one portion of the body, in such the cause ia under-normal supply of nerve impulses to this part, duo to pinching of spinal nwves at the spine. The chiroprac- tor locates such pinching pressure, and hy his skill adjusts the 'spinal Joints lo correct alignment. This removes tlii' pressure, and Nature restores normal action of the organs or parts affected. Heahhy Once More "My onse iv.is diagnosed as interstitial nephritis or break- ing doivn of kidney fells. -I silt- fured with dizziness, high blood pressure, and tract's of albu- men. After six chiropractic justinents a test showed albu- men reduced, and it clear- ed entirely. I am now entirely of all these Irving A. Sievert. Chiropractic Research Bureau, Statement 1097II. For best work at lowest prices try MUTTON PERKINS Practical Shotmakers 418a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS Quality GROCERIES SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Florida Grape Fruit, each......15c, and 20c Head Lettuce; 2 for .'......................3Sc Sweet Potatoes; Ib.........................20c Libby's Dry Pack Sweet Spuds......25c and 40c Rhubarb; per Ib...........................25c Marshmallows; per Ib...............'.......40c 25c 60c Cameron beat Cheese; tlu....4UCf I DC Koguei'oot, Swiss.1 Limburger uud Welsh Rarebit Cheese; per tiu Pimento and Kraft Cheese; per tin Limburger per brick GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 AND 13M. MAGNETOS. Any type, ;uiy make, repaired 3r supplied. The North Lethbridge Garage income lax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 3-6 Acadia Building 312 Third Avenue South SERVICE STATION FAMOUS MAGNETOS Magnetos Recharged WITH FACTORY E8UIPMENT. All makes of magnetos repaired. Full stock of repair parts carried. We repair and re-wind armatures, generators, and cut-outs. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ROY ELECTRIC CO. 618 4TH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 73S. ACT TODAY Wliy Consultation 13 without 'hargo or obligation. HYRUM JUNE 8. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 206 Sherlock Block Hi-.Mei 1877 and 1441. nunniiiarnn mnSmnmin CHIROPRACTIC CORRECTS rOLLOWINS LOWER PINCHED NERVES, IMPOSSIBLE TO FURNISH PRQPER IMPULSES, (LIFE AND HEALTH) TO THEIR ORGANS AND TISSUES NERVES HgALriji -VGOR- PETER LUND COMPANY Lumber, Hardware, Implements, snd Tractors. J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE COMPANY Case Kerosene Tractors are built in three clzes: 10-18, 15-27. and h.p. They all have four-cylinder valve- in-head motors, all cut steel spur gears, enclosed, working parts running in oil. Practi- cal for ajl drawbar and belt jobs. Powerful, sturdy, tco- ngmical and durable. Massey-Harris Power Lift Plows, Drills and Cultivators. Samples on display, and repair parts on hand at Lethbridge, Coaldale, and Barnwell Lumber Yardu. R. C. MERITHEW, Sales Representative. Phone 516. Box'189, Lethbridge. QUAKER always enjoyed the con- fidence of the house- keeper, and its popular- ity is growing. John Gi'moi'e Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. Income Tax FORMS NOW AVAILABLE Income Tax Forms T-l, T-1A, T-2 Are Now Avail- able for Issue at the Postoffice.} and at the Sub- Inspector's Office, 211 Sherlock Building. who will give oil tho Information desirutl ns to the making up ot these forms. All returns of inconip must be filP.'l with tin; Inspector of Taxation, Calgary, not later than the of April, 1H21, together with, not leas tlian 2fi per cent, of the total tax payable. All per- nous should nln promptly and avolil ;