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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS' SATURDAY, MAY SECOND SECTION LETHRRIDGE, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE" H. Kilto in City From Ottawa on First Leg of. Tnp Which .Will Take Him to.Divide Between McKenzie andTukon Minerals, Oil and Game '.Will- Receive Attention.''; Natural- resources ot northern Al- berta jvl II soon lie reviewed by F. IS. Kitto. of the intelligence- branch of Iho department of the interior, ptta- ira. Mr. Kitto spent Saturday iLorn- Sng In Lethbridgo and left on tho af- ternoon traiu for C'algary, from M'bcuca ho -will continue north, through tho Peace Biter country, the McKcn- Hie district, over (ho divide lo Dawson, arid back to Vancouver. Sir. Kitlo expects to reach Vancouver dur- ing. September or iu October. Tho itinerary of-.his trip .follows: y Inspector Risk, of the A. P. P. who returned to the city from an In- spection vjslt. With the exception of a few men who have been discrimin- ated against, alt the miners have re- turned to work and conditions are once more normal. Tho men1 who were discriminated against for reasons aro leaving the localities for other nelds. Secretary ;Morrison of U. F. 0. On Way to B. C. Tells Herald Man What Farmers Will Do Next Election. Only Two Days in Southern Alberta Owing to Delay in Boat Sailing U. F. A. Hears That Board of Commerce Will One Protests Travellers from eastern concerns Relievo [lint sugar has reachod its highest mark in prices. Eastern wholesalers aiid retail dealers look on tho -probable control of sugar ogaln by Iho' Board of Commerce with In difference. James Murdock, of tho Board Commerce, has written to the score tary of the United Farmers of Al berla slating that sugar IS likely to be placed-.under control ngain, thia announcement has not'stirred any per ton to action. Wholesalers say. tlia this resumption of. control is not bc- causo of representations made by Iho wholesalers, -hut add .that tb.oyt nri content that sugar should bo undo: the b'nArd's jurisdiction. Canada -is now buying sugar lor lea .money than' any other country In thi world, claimed, and for this reas on .Kell.pgg's, Krumbacxl Bran, pc 2 tins for 2Sc pKg.'. Carnallnn Mush, per jikg. Turkish Fig's, per Ib Chill Sau bottle Sure Whip, per bottle .....-'25c Jkleat J.oaf willi i Cheese, -per 4Cc Brajd's Best 'LIhby's Mo.'st Mir.ce Meat, large jars ..........j...V-----... 80c.' Suiikist Gripe Fruit Marmalade. per bottle .Welch's tin-We Bzy-Way Tablets, Glycerine 0 pkgs. Washing Aunt Jemima per pkg. Pbscake per .20c Flour, 23c GEO. GO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE .AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Let Me Save You Money On Your Fire 1 HAVE THE LOWEST PREMIUM RATES IN THE CITY. STRONG CANADIAN, BRITISH AND AMERICAN COM- PANIES-ALL .GOVERNMENT LICENSED. E. R.J. Forster Phone 1793 THE SILVER GRILL Making Clothes is Our Business We cater to no side lines and give each order our own personal attention, which assures you the best of workmanship. COLONIAL TAILORS FOR, SERVICE Colonial Theatre Blocfc Service Is what you get here lit Its most plcasu'rablo form. THe food we nerve- Is good, wholesome, kind yon reltsA and 3 enjoy and It's only Iho food that you enjoy that Is really s And it's not alone what wo servo you that dining hero so tho iviy we serve you. The courteous, solicitous at- lanllon, Ihe varielty of good things y-J'l have lo choose from. s Dining here becomes habitual. There's a reason. I FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY J2 to to I EVERYTHINQ OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT (JHEFS AT MODERA.T6 I J. L. MILLER, Proprietor MURRAY, Manager Notice to Our North Lethbridge Customers- Our regular milk delivery will not be in NORTH LETH- BRIDGE ON SUNDAY. All customers have been advised to lake an exlra supply cl milk today. If you should need more milk you can obtain our pas- UurlKd milk at North at our regular prices. TAKE EMPTY DOTTLES FOR EXCHANGE. Crystal Dairy Limited ;