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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta A1J, TUB LOCAL NEWS YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF UVK LOCAL NEWS I 31, 1920 AhBKBTA, vPAGK SKVF.N Wijl Know Fate of South's IrrigationttSchemes Soon Lethbvidge Northern Bonding Proposal Up Wednes- day AfternooB or Thursday Morning for Final Disposition. Lethbrldgt may know lonlght Ihe ol the propotal to. h'jv'e the provincial gover.itnent guarantee the bunds of the districts of the south. E. J. Shepherd, telephon- ing from Edmonton at noon today, to Secretary Uunnlh'g, of the Leth- b rid of Northern, stated that he expects the new Irrigation bill to coir.c un madi for the snd It Is on this that Mr. Shepherd based his opinions. It is practically -Hire, however, that the bill wil> be before the house not later than tomorrow morning. Mr. ,G. P.. Marnoch, president of the board of trade, and S. J. Shep- herd are watching the Interests of the Irrinatlcn d'Ktricts of South- ern Albertavln Edmonton, GAS IvnsUuJ'l li'-is of clay s bituminous ihai bricks mads of yfv-ld oil. smni'Hiia whe O. WJ Vi'AVPRESlDENT HOME Introducing His Worship An old resident o? the city, who left it ionie ten years ago, is a visitor to it in the person of Joe Shorthouse who has come up from West Virginia to attend the fun- eral of his late mother-in-law, Mr. Shorthouse was associated Mayor Hardle in tho Xo. 3 and Xo. mines, where he held the positions of macliino runuc-r and foreman, anil was later In !hc Diamond City uiiiie. He is now superintendent of a mine in Vir- ginia. Looting up Ills old friends, Mr. Shorlhouso met David Conn and be inquired after the mayor. The reply he received would show that bis has a new nanio in the city. "'Oh, where are we golnn to git tho money' is still at the city said Jlr." Conn. March Twists Lion's Tail As She Departs OAS RUMOR FALSE This winter, not the past winter, has been a puzzler for weather prophets. March has kept rlsht In lino. -The old adage alicut March comics in as s lamb ami going out like a lion, _ or vice versa, has not held Rood this year. March is going out just as she came somei'iiug of a. fifty- Hfiy break co .far. as weutber is- The flrsj 'flay of March IbroSe' flue and clear and warn! but be- fore evening it was storming. To- day tho -tables have just bern turned around. The snowstorm that terminated this rooming leti a two-inch blanket on tbo'cailli. Several pieoes of land were ready for working yesterday hut the snowstorm has delayed mat- ters. No work on laua ill I he. Lcthbrldse district has bee.v. VO: liorted yet.' Holiday Demonstrations Other Cities Will Not Be Indulged in Xo gas has been struck at Monarch. At'the oftlce of ihe Canada Western Natural Cas, Heat. Usht and Power Com- pany today a statement was Is- sued to the eltect that the re- port about was a false alarm. Troubln had been ex- uerleuced at ihe bottom of the drill and drilling was stopped temporarily to (is it. Tills has been accomplished drill- ins has i rrilPresbyterian W.M.S. Reports Show Year of Much Progress been In Lethhridge for tho past week receiving orders on behalf of Ihe gov- ernment, this morning reported only three appointments with farmers to- day. is practically the first there has uot been a rush on in his i office. Farmers have been crowding Ulhbrklgj isboi- uiilcii members are t going keen their fingers mit o'. tho I jecdhig demonstrations In Wliiiiiycg. wuich arc being organized as protests against (he conrictins'and imprisoning of Iclior leaders In'that city. Con- victions wero rendered asainst the I arrested strike leaders and sentence, will be- passed within.a lew i Although requests for co-operation have been received Uihbridge Government Trades and Labor Council from W'in-j 1 his sane-turn eveiv day in an effort to I obtain seed for spring operations. Mr.. i 'Murphy bus issuod In tbe neigbbor- n 1 hood of one hundred and forty orders, many of which havo been on the local (mills The annual convention of the Won.- en'i Missionary Society of ihe Pres- byterian Church in Alberta gal off tu a'good start in Knox cburcli ihii mom- Ing. About thirty delegates bsd US- Mcrcd lor the opening fst the convec- tion and more are expected ttday and- tomorrov. All reports presented this were considered exceptionally favor- ne fioaccial report showed that to secretary. This increase over the previous The order wlib t'uo lowtst value WHS wed that i LuiiRworth 1 ion of tho C. iil Me would not the li coavoutltn this wasits w wait MB- (ti-con ou lirilish Patent to where liijnite is used. >vu a statement !a lilitly to be ..jr. v.'.-ni. to Ottawa ior the vebr.iris. Power of Lignite Coal j Commissioner Freeman may liave j the job placed on him of tc-Etins a fur- for UHin? lignite and thereby sav- The Lignite Ucscarch C0i> Toront0i prepared niu to install a furnace, if necessary, but the.pre-drj-ing arrangcraeut which: is the esseace the patent could be attached tc any good fnrnaco with a mechanical etoker. The company offers to allow the city nipeg sources the council decided to leave the matter strictly alone. How- i ever, other western points have prom-1 ised active and fliittiurlal co-operation in ''oiinectiou with the affairs sche-, dulcil for Aiiril 1 and Oood'FWday. The lumber nuit of tlic One llig Union at tele- graphed vvimilneE' that -Ihe. IS.OOO inembfrs" of unit could be relied upon '-'M cake Whatever action Is Kt- to secure the freedom o[ those men." The Cobalt Miners' Union wired the pledge of their "moral and financial jtinnort." Defense commit- tees in Calgary and Vancouver inti- mateil that protest meethiES iyould lie held in those cities on Friday. Nova Scolia miners wired that the matter would be brought tip at a meeting In Triiro on April o. Cash donations have been received by tiie defense commit- tee from the machinists in Carleton Place, Out.; and the letter carriers in Agent Has Issued MO Orders Varying From to The rush ior seed wheat from the provincial government In tho imme- diate vicinity of Lelhbrldge is appar- ently over. A. W. Murphy, who has .poets within the nest days to I'coiniiionto trips an the branch lines 1 around Detiuite announce- ments of theso wilVbe- mndc EXTRA STEP SWINGS .UNDER All extra step for automobiles operated from the seat-by i levers, smugs nudcr a running board When not needed. ilian purposes and for bosiiituls, homes and missionary work. S1SO.S1. TUiriy-nine life memberships been.-Isftifit. six in memorials, and. twenty-six juniors.. ;-_ British Columbia expects to raito f 140.000 additional revcniio from motor car licenses and the amueeuient las. .rjr fuel coi'siiuipttbn. This comes about irom a patent devised .by Pro ieaaor Bono for tho UEC of llgnllo, Professor Cone, of the Imperial Co! i invented r.nd patented a process for the more" efficient use of lignite as fuel in krge furnaces. The .Ugnlto Ilescarrti Co. has taken over Ills pat- cuts and has made arrangements with tho Australian government to install, i proper furnaces in Australia i iiio of lignite. The process, it is rect- ioncfl, be'equally satisfactory! for lignite. t professor Hone, who is olie of IKS' foremost r.uthoriiieB in'fuel economy in the world, claims that the patent rri'l largely increase fuel economy the opFortunity of the pat- Thos. Humphries of Wellancl took an ounce oi carbolic acid, ami was dead when her husband came homo in the evening. MONTHLY BANK CLEARINGS EanU clearings for the inontii ending today-were 53.- Wens, Cysts, Soft Bundles Re- duced by "ABSORB1NE JR." "ABSO'RBJNE jit" is a vegetable germicide anil antiseptic liniment. It is opposed to unhealthy, unnatural growths. Enlarged glands, wens, soft buncnes are unnatural conditions that "ABSORBINK JR." materially beneSt. A prominent physician writes: I have used ABSORBING JR. on ttl'.T joints and found it all right. Dews the work nicely I cheerfully recomniend it." "AUSORBINE JR." should be in every home in case oS heals cuts, burns, sprains, straini and pain and reduces inflammation. 51.25 a most druggists or Btnt postpaid by W. F. YOUNG, INC. Lynan Buildinj, Montreii. K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS APRIL ZndTj THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY. Order your Kastcr rennlromeuts now atul avoid a possible dis- appointment or delay. Jlonev, Kerr's Alfalfa. K: and ?1.7" Toilet Soap. OranEC Dlosscm. large- cakes. 5 (or....... 2Gi FRESH VEGETABLES Asparagus, Head l-ctincc. Green Onions, Cauliflower and Cel- ery to arrive today. Lowest, market prices. Oranges, per doz... COc and 75c Titiigcrine Oranges, per dor.. 35c month ondini; today-were ?3.- S33.432 as against for Mcrfh last year, an in- crease of. slightly over 50 cent. Engagement other will1 be so treas- ured by ihe rciipicrtt. No g.ft should have such citrt and diEcrctton in selecting. will iind us prjpr.rctl to hrjp you if, selecling "the ring." R. A. WRIGHT' The City's Largest and Finest 1563 Store 1920 Balmoral Block Advocates Speed Limit For Autos of Ten Miles I'cr Hour For the two offences of exceeding the speed limit in tbe.'oity and for turning his cur between' tions on Fifth Street, N. Paskaislso, of Kardlerllle, was fined separately for i V.I o( was tineu separately tt'cdie nptflected cold, COUgn. i for the two offences, in tbo city police It s i o-. court m Wcdnesllaj. J25 and Ifindcr tnrocit or ionsubf mai. ._ ,__ lt._ debilitate arid leave the body disposed serious germ diseases. SGOTTS EMULSION should be taken at thefirslsign I of lowered resistance, cold or I cough. i of SeaWs bring essential nourishment and help to the weakened system. a trial. t Borot, Ort. Tewible _ ECZEMA costs for ihe first offence and the second. The defendant refused to 'stop at the corner of Thirii Avenue and Fifth street when called on to' do so by Chief ClillcHpic. Tho number on his car vras nniecognizablo ill that it was splashed over with mud. He came lo a halt however per force of circum- stances through something going wrong with tho engine of the car lift was driving and so fell into the hands, of tho Chief. He e.ticstioned the right b' -To hiTt toffcred with TODlnit ecitrai. of hands, 10 la'l Hi'l mr.hsnd! tiled >tKlltlcit Kiptdiftwiltot re- to tine and coir.c forheltr-tohavcbeencuredeoraplelelvonnalf ecf retr-oav .tattlTofD D D.' Thi, i, Ml8- H Ullcr, li Sunset St. mtant' ______.....___ Cam can b" sent Ton fiomyour cmnTicmity. Wiltc for Ca'Mdl.n tollls o! D B.D. larwMt onoHer If you t f withwl SUGAR! PROCURE YOUR REQUIREMENTS NOW WHiUE LARGE STOCK IS AVAILABLE. OUR Hctiz India Tonlalo Chutney 40c ,'G; .and Beuns, Del Moiltt, sumll size. 3 for........ Z5t Coffee, fresh ground or bean. mt: lliilsdale brand, per tin Blood Oranges, large size, per dozen.................. Golden Shred Marmalade bolllo Tuna Fish, white meat only, jier tin King Oscar. 2 tins for....................... 55c Xalioh Tra, iier Ib........ 70c lobby's Marmalade. 1C or. jar, each....................4 GEO. KERR GO. FAMILY GROCERS' SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SiL lotion for SWn Disease J. TJ. iiiginbotbam Co., T.ld., drug- Isement. Well prepared, sewed and moderately priced is -what makes this a popular and satisfying place to eat. WILL YOU NEED WORKERS for SEEDING If so OFRCES of the located nt Iho following points are ready to serve you without rfinrge. LOCAL OFFICES: CALGARY, EDMONTON, RED DEER, DRUM- HELLER, MEDICINE HAT, LETHBRIDGE. fill In and detach Coupon below and place In an envelope addressed Employment Service of Canada together with the addrcs.; of ths office Nearest your farm. Do turc and staio how. niar.y mon arc'required. Your order will receive prompt attention. I shall require the following help on my farm: Experienced men partly experienced................Wages.. Inexperienced.....................Wages.. Length of Hnie help Is required for........ Dale .fhen required........................ Office Ry. Stailon to tell him to stop, informing him that It was IIOLI: of his busineja. He was promptly shown this wns n mls- m idea. A Ten Mile Limit Tho Chief considers that a speed limit of 15 miles In ibc c.lly Is too much for the safciy of the pedestrians and he intends to urge that it be re- duced lo 10 miles, particularly for ihe protection of children who place a Erent responsibility on the police In Iho thoughtless way they run across the main street on Saturday afternoon on coming out of the picture shows, 'ife Is also of tho opinion .that notices should be placed at the approaches lo tbo city lo Inform those coming In from (tie country of what the limit of speed for cars in the cliy is, Many of these, the Chief considers do not realize that is -such a regulation, mid getting on to the paved road, such as Third Avenue, arc tempted to "go the limit" in (lie pleasure of driving School have the, board thai, tiisv will resign at the end of Moy, tho trouble being over salary. VERY ILL Mr, Cleorgu MacDonald, PC- million ugcut in the local land oflico, is laid'tip In his resi- dence and is In a very grave condition, lie Is In his (2nd jfoar r.-tl ono of the oldest of In tho West, com- Ing viili the Wolsclcy ei- pcdltton. Me u'l-i) tool! pa.'t In resisting Ilio Fenian UalJ. At Ilio time he carac west he was 10 yrars of ase. Mr.-Mac- ilnnaU was transferred to Ihe land office Item when the one :it Hat, at which he hold charge, was done away ft with. one period of his llfo ho sat ns n representative In 't the Dominion House when lo- cated at Forl Wllllrira. BUNS YOU THE IF YOU HAD 'EM LAST YtAR. 40c a dozen Ready Thursday Afternoon ALSO A SPECIAL VARIETY OF CAKES AND PASTRY. DO YOU GET OUR REAL HOME MADE BREAD? Horth lethbridge Bakery THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH ARE OPEN ALL DAY FRIDAY Good News for ihe Dairy Farmer The butler market hos advanced so that we are now to quote nn advance of eight cents per pound butter fat. The pi-ice until further noilce will be: No. 1 Sweet P" Ib. B. F. No. 1 Sour Cream per Ib. B. F. No. 2 Sour Cream 66c per Ib. B. F. Wo pay cxnross charges on the crcr.m and then return emplr can. nnd pay for tho cream by return nmil by Domin- ion Express Money Order. Wo are always in the market for cream, Sweet or Sour, yon may ship to us at any lime. We meet nil the trains. We aro in Iho market for swr-ct milk. Write or phone us. Crystal Dairy Limited .OFFICE 1384 P Q Box RESIDENCE 1385 W. Hoult, Local Manager, Residence Phone 1637 HOME BUILDING vs. HOUSE RENTING LUMBER is selling today In Soiilhcni Alberta for less money than ill any oilier of Cnnndn. IN THE PAST II may have bc.n cIiciiiKsr to rent u house, but tin: Wise Wnn of will build nncl own His Own Homo. HOUSES for rent will get scarcer nveiy