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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta WHBBI TOD EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THUHSDAY, UVV LOCAL NEWS BEEFCAITLEA OF Livestock Commissioner Carlylc Gives Pointed Address at Board of Trade Mixed farming with better care of Jiact cattle is tho salvation- of the beef trade in Alberta, according to S, O. Carlylc, livestock commissioner, of Alberta, who spoke at tbj; board of trade luncheon on Thursday. He went thoroughly into the livestock outlook and conditions in the province and dwelt somewhat on the conditions in the southern portions of the province. He traced tho fall of tho livestock Industry through the past few years and told how the increasing price of Brain had its effect. >It reduced tile dairy herds and the holdings of the cattle materially. One result is that Alberta today is not shipping out t, Kood brand of beef cattle.- Alberta breeders are not 'finishing their cattle and these animals have had to be rin- ished in the corn belt of the United States. Now there Is a danger of los ing this market and it can only be held by the producing of a higher grade of beef. "It we are going to compete we must produce a bettor article. If we are going to get a living off our [arms we must produce better things than have in the said the speak- Beef and Irrigation Speaking about the situation in the United States Air. Carlyle said: hava got to put our cattle in better shape. It seems to me in this district you are going iato irrigation there are some lines farmers of this district ought to follow. Irrigation districts are well fitted for the raising of fodder with which to feed stock." Continuing he explained that Al- perta is far away from the and therefore the freight rates are heavy. Alberta must ship produce out In more condenseJ form, said tiie speaker. Tho large number of cattle in the foothills, he said, offer tho farmers of the irrigation belts splendid opportun- ities for investing profitably. They could purchase cattle in the fall and with the fodder raised' through the summer finish these cattle off and ship them out in tho spring. "The future of tho sheep industry Is In the small flocks owned by many said Mr. Carlyle. After announcing that he will speak Thursday night in Coaldale on the silo question, he said every farmer in southern Alberta should have a silo. He told of silo twenty-three feet high and twelve feet in diameter which was filled with sunflowers grown on two acres. LKTHUniDGK, ALBlilTrA. DO KEMLMBER? When Davis, M. 1'., polled six times morn votes at Woodpecker (now Tabcr) Hum dents? When the late Sheriff Campbell seized an engine belonui'iK to the, Alberta Ily. ,t Conl Go'.' by chaining it j to UK; track? j When the Raiise between bridge and tmninoie wus being ehanx- j od -how tho narrow fjilase engines run-1 ning between tho gauge dripped Kreaso over tho tracks so that thH first 0. f. II. engine to leave Dun- moro could not pull out of the yard? H. Legg, Who Has Ueen Acting, Goes (o Calgary -C. T. Wood Now With Department SPRING DAY PLANNED Chi'-f Hardy', of (in- l.c-th- bridge i'iro in plan- nliiK a sprint; clean-up day. All a.TaiiKunicnt.s for this have not been completed and it is likely that a date uill lie set in the near future. 'chief Hardy will hold :i> conforonc-i; on Friday with Commissioner Meoc.h oil this subjoin, when he expects bring mutters to a head fr PAGE'SBVEN Meal Market Safe i Blown l'i> But No Sway I Secured OOWNIICENJS: The Crystal Dairy and the Chief Mountain Dairy announced this morning a reduction In the price of miik. This it the usual sum- mer reduction and it amounts to two cents on a quart, one cent on a pint. The new price for a quart will be fifteen cents and fora pint, nine cents. Cream for .table-use will sell at fifteen, cents and for whipping at twenty cents. NO NEED FOR BEING SCRAPPY IN AVniL DECLARES MAYOR W. Gibbons, at present chief clerk of the customs office in Loihurldgc. lias been appointed acting Collector of Customs and -Excise, to take effect on April I. Word to this oftci-t was received'by II. who has acting Collector of Customs here some time and also by C. T. Wood, In- land Revenue-oflicial. i As announced a few days ago I he' Inland Revenue and the Customs de- partments have been amalgamated. C. T.. Woods will not be taken1 off It's duties here hut will continue with his old duties, only 'working in the Cus- toms department. Sir. Legg will leave Lethbridge 6n Saturday for Calgary. as a result of the division of the canteen funds overseas. Announce- ment to this effect received bv I Secretary Tnrcottc of the branch nf the CJAV.V.A. this morning. The communication contained con- siderable detail com-ernins tlm divi- sion oS this fund and said it would be a IOIIK limn before the canteen fundsHvere all finished. 'Each Cana- dian soldier will rntelvo one and three-sixteenth shares, each Austral- ian pet oim anil six-sixteenths, and Moli New Zealand solilier will get the same. Kach British soldier will set one share. Those who believe in astrologi- cal influences will be interested in the findings of the" Mayor for the month of April. According to his Worship, April on the whole will be a peaceful month, in that in it livers are only two days. April .2nd and Kith, when Mars will be sn.uare to the moon and when people will be irritable, quarrel- some, destructive, ready to fly at each other, unreasonable, and un- manageable. The good days arc five in number, April 5, 2S and 29, when the people.will have a desire to do something of a con- structive nature and will meet with success in such efforts. Be- lievers in astrology should note these lucky days should they de- sire to undertake any enterprise. 'SHU INEFFECTIVE 'F! Yeggmen arc evidently at work in the city, as the safe in Coultry's old meat market at Staffordville, now taken over by Mr. Lingard, was blown up last Might. Fortun- ately for the proprietor of the safe, it was empty at the time, and the thieves had their labor in vain. Chief Gillespie ''.as warned all merchants and business men to take everything out of their safes at night and to leave them open with a note attached for tho yegg- men, should they arrive there, "Don't waste your val- uable time." By these means they will save their safes from being' destroyed from the efforts of the yeggman to get at their contents. The robbers left behind them at the St.-iffordville store two power- ful crowbars, which they no doubt purloined from No. 3 mine or from the C. P. R. These wire evi dently used in an attempt to pry open the safe, and failing which, an explosive was used to blow it open. Remains of Late Wm. Robert son Have Not Yet Been Recovered I Mostly For New .Building in Sight To Relieve Situation HONOR MEMORY OF MEMBER OF N. S. BANK STAFF, KILLED IN WAR G0ESTOOIJI Government Entomologist Has Been Fight on Pests Lethbridgo lias lost a good man. E. H. Strickland, government entomol- ogist, has been transferred to Ottawa Mr. Strickland will be lost to llic> district in person only as lie will still be looking after the destinies of in- sects and pests, only his scope will be more the entire Domin- ion. Announcement to- this effect was made at tile board of trade luncheon 'flmrsiiay by G. R. Marnbch, president.' At the same time Mr. Manic ch fntro-i fluced Mr. Strickland's sncc.-.ssor. II. j L. Seamajis, formerly of Monlana Mr, Scamans arrived in Letlii Wad- r.reday with Mrs. end In? commenced duties. Mr. Seamans spoke for a icw min-' ntes at the luncheon. He appealed: to the business men Cor co-operation with the farmers in ridding the dis- trict of the hoppers imn cutworms. Ho also appealed to tho farmers for! i'0-operation. He explained that only I through co-operation can the houpcrp. be driven from the land. No one i man can do the every farmer] help. One man In the midst oti many, who does 7iot. help, will siwil tho efforts ot many, 'he said. The problems ot southern Alherta, I he said, are. similar to those in Mon-j tana, where the speaker had ninoi rears experience. The loss in :ana last year from cutworms ivius He told the members of tho board )f trade that ho will work in con- junction with Montanan officials and aefore Jong he hopes to hare a definite :ilan for combatting hopper; and cut- worms. BANK CLEARINGS Bank cleariiiRs for the week endinsj today were 45 its against for tlm corresponding week hist year. For the month the figures were as against last year. Efforts in dragging tho river it the vicinity of -Monday's boatinf fatality have so far been ineffectual! in locating the body of the late Win. j Kobertson. A search is being made i six miles clown tho stream, and com-; lnnnUi.es along tho river ;is far as Tabcr-bave boon asked to keep a look i out. Wires are being plated at the: narrowest part of the river, some six miles down stream, in tile expectation] that it will hold the body, should it I come to the surface. This will hap-', pen on the ninth day the drown-i ing, as this is the period at which the j [bodies of those who have been drov-ii-; I ed come to the surface, unless held by sonic snag at the bottom of the river. RETURNED SOLDIFR3 WILL EACH GET CUT OF CANTEEN PROFITS Housing condiiiuiis in Letiibridge' today are critical. Heal estate agents are being besieged for bouses, houses of any kinds, and they have not got them. Even small shacks find ready, deriami. j Jlen of prominent business positions in the city, who have been confined i to blocks for some time are clamor- ing for any kind of house to inoye to. The blocks- are crowded and peo-; nlo mi? eager to get into" them. living in the blocks are eager to get oat of them and into houses. j Xr, one seems, to want to liny. 1C very j applicant for a house wants to rent. No one is building, all saying that the price of material is still too kigh. That is the housing situation in :i nutshell with a big demand fur houses. A neatly designed hrunzi? tablet has bfTll placed in the local branch of the SHOE REPAIRS For best work at lowest prices try PERKINS Practical Shoc-makers 413a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. Each returned Canadian soldier will receive a small sum oC money From April 1 and until further notice the price of milk will be Per Quart Per Pint.. 15c i8c 940 PKONE-161S Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-6 Acatfia Building 312 Third Avenue South CREAM Table Cream, per Whipping Cream, per Pint... Jc Give the children all the milk they will drink It is good for them. CRYSTAL DAIRY, LtcL "Let's Go To The Yale" common remark at meal time. One visit will discover the reason why it is heard so often. THE YALE CAFE FIFTH ST. SOUTH. The Test of Taste That's the test ask you to sivo our h.iktry goods. There is a delicious flavor, a substan- tial quality, a satisfying taste that you'll like about all our pro- ducts. Our bread, our cakes, our pies, our cookies and our fancy pastry are unexcelled in goodness, purity and whole- somcness. KIRKBYS MAGNETOS Any type, any make, repaired 3r supplied. The North Lethbridge Garage li. .1. O'Snlliv.in. ill! 13th St. ,v. J'hone 5in. PHONES 1576 and 1577. Palm Beacli notes thnt the tangerine uid orange hats stand the sun better :han any other colors, nncl ivhito >r grey are first nroferenr.0 with care- .'ul buyers. SOME Swap) Some don't, But they should. There are twenty-four movable segments in the human veritable keyboard Let it get out of adjustment and a painful discord is the result. Ask us about it. SMITHand SMITH THE CHIROPRACTORS 20? SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONES 1677, 1441, SERVICE STATION FAMOUS MAGNETOS Magnetos Recharged With Factory Equipment. All makes of magnetos re- paired. Full stock of repair parts carried. repair and rewind arma- tures, generators, motors, and enlonf.'i. All work guaranteed. ROY ELECTRIC COMPANY SIS -ith Ave. S. Phone TO LAWYERS, TO 15 a swap? A QUID PRO QUO QUAKER BREAD always enjoyed the con- fidence of the house- keeper, and its popular- ity is growing. John 'Gilmore Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE 378. [llanlc of Xov.-i Sroliii, In honoivil mem- of lln> late .1. I., o. Sni-II. a former of the who was killed .at Ibo Ironl. The bears tlio 1 inscription. ''In ineiuorv of .1. an of i ivlio Ills life in Hie Ureat 1911- Alwvi' tin- iiiBcription are the arms I of I lie; Hank within Innrel wreaths, land is I Dunk of hn.s plac.-d taiilets In all its branches where form- cinployi.e.i fallen In Iho war. I i THRKE MONTHS FOR STEALING SUITCASK At til') city police court, on Thtnv- day mornliiK. Jack- Campbell was sen- 'teni'wl to throe months hard labor for (lu- theft of a at (he ArIinK. (ton hold. I.re Sam. from whom a re- I volver ami six Imtlles of "Sam Suey" Iwur.' taken yesierday. appeareil in. tlm police court, ami was fined lor beiiiK in posso.ssion of Ille revolve! without n permit, and with cost for having liquor in excess in a. privati Revision Said to be Ukelv Come-Into Effect on April 1 tc Humors In Lef'bridgf are to tlit- ef- fect that on April 1 I.ii info for-L-e a revision o? prices on IniUtlors' nmtnriuis ami on labor. Several contractors of tin- city out of town today ;iml could be in torvio IJov.-ovor, A. Alt'ord, secretary or tlu: JJric-klaycrs1 Union here, was empliatir in bis statement that he had not. heard anything about u revision of wages for this year. Nothing, ho had brought to hts notice on this j matter. THE STORE OF HIGH-CLASS Quality GROCERIES Pineapple, finest Hawai- ian; sliced and grated. f 2 for ................_.ODC Evaporated Apricots; An -t r> 5 Ib. boxes Carnation .....................60c Malkin's Pure Mali. nr bJeal Uleiid; Mr pur Ib................IDC Ripe 40c, 70c, Libby's Chow Chow I'ickies; per bottle California Cndded Wai- r nuts; Jb..............OjC Sunkist Catsup; larse in bottle llarsbmallows- por Ib..... Hepetti finest hard candy; 1 Ib. tins Aladdin Soap Kciller's Dundee Mar- maiade; 4 -tb. tina..v t.ioiden Ammonia Powder; pkgs. Royal Crown Cleanjeer; 3 tins................ largo size.............. H cilia Spaghetti; Italian style .Marmalade, Iv.B.; l.lb. glass .1........... Raspberry 12 glass.......... 40c 65c nrj M A .4UC nf ODC GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 1453 AND THERE'S NO EXCUSE FOR SHABBY FURNITURE Make the Old Things New At very little expense and without any effort you can make your furniture, your .woodwork and j your bright, glossy and waterproof with FLOOR FINISH The Home Preserving Varnish We guarantee a perfect result or "refund your money for the empty if you fol- low directions. Come in. Let us show you the wonderful results possible with this varnish. We have t clear or in eight colors, HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING, HEATING and PHONE 762. Income Tax FORMS NOW AVAILABLE Income Tax Forms T-l, T-1A, T-2 Are Now Avail- able for Issue at the Postofficcs and at the .Sub- Inspector's Office, 211 Sherlock the making of All returns ,vjth t f lusiltioiil'almiry. later than of April. Km to-Lth" with a cbc.iue for the full amount or at 4 ecn't of' tho assessment. All persons should ni-, promptly and avoid t1lu o' ;