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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS MONDAY, MAY 3, 1920 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Pageants at Larger me (o be Staged Herfe Later- Magnificent Paintings and De> corations at Local Store Will He Feature to Draw Large Crowds iuring-Wcek. Two hundred and fifty years ago the .'Hudson Day Company was grant- ed absolute control o' land, tho waters ot Vbjch-. drained Into the Hudson Bay. Since Hint-date trappers, white men of Iron'nerve, Infallible wisdom, born of tuelr communication with na- ture, have been supplying ihe world with, furs, have been tho greatest diplomats at tho world in their dealings wl I h the lledtnen. This Voek this company Is celebrating throughout Canada Its birthday nnd is offering to rtd public unparalleled 4hflt at 6aals given a' distinctive position. A lino of children's, wear, Including tine cd with new luoJeli, br6ught-iu par- ticularly for this week's celebration. The silk department Is attractive, everything diiplaye'I being, new and a re-gods demanded by the feminine buyer. The wash goods section Is exhibit- ing a line of new'voiles. The'designs ate exclusive aid-much English ma- terial Is thcrt.'' The grocery .department, which has benei Is offering to the public ils splendid line ol goods. In the boots and shoos departmeni the motto of "don't ask fur ask to be is being lived nil lo by bargains and in several large centres new manager, G. P. Bums. The of Is promoting a stock 'of this department is all new pageant, depicting the Irfd ami the line of spring and summer ditions of this county when the lied goods ottered to the public-of Lclh Hirer'cart'was tpiaetblnj liew.. In LethbHdgo this birthday will be celebrated by a massive picnic, quite in keeping-will! the position occupied by the Hudson Bay Company In tho west. Daring Ihls week tic store is offering to the citizens of Lethbridgo many bargains: Goods are displayed I SI ill a manner to please the moat fasllrt- ,DJ bridge ts'well shown In the store dur Ing thla.week. Particular attention Is being paid to children's-foolwca: Window: Dltplsy The windows of the .store are fitted up splendidly. The background la each Case Is purple and; gold with wis taria sprigs and the cresi ill a manner to please the most faslld- DI die -company. 'The south window IOUB. The' materials are exhibited In contain 6 men's furnishings, including surroundings, beautifully decorated. the west all stores of the Hudson Bay Company were thrown open this morning Ing. .'.''.I Chronological History Of Hudson's Bay Co. 661 to Explorations ol Jladdl-! sou aud-Chouart leading up the formation of the Hudson's; Bay Co. expedition Sails from Knglaud. Fort Chsrles established ou Hudson's Bay. 2: Formation o( Hudson's Hay Co. with royal charter from King Charles II., end with Prince Rupert as first governor, the name "Governor aiid Company of Gentlemen Adven- turers ot trading into the Hudson's Bay. trading wmtmuces.' dividend, on stwk ot company decla'red at'60 per cent. established at Albany river, Hayes Island, Rupert's river, Fort Nelson and N'ew crn. First fur auction hel company In of the company Is trebled. progress made in 6x- plorations under direction cl-tho company. Hearne, noted Scotch explorer and factor ot the com- possession ot west- ern shores of Hudson's Bay-In" the namo ol the company, aftef- many adventures. Extends ex- plorallona inlo Interior. Fort Cumberland founded. Great Slave Lake Is discovered. Posts established in interior. of Brandon House, now' city of forls near present cily of Win- nipeg, and Fort Edmonton, now the city of Edmonton. of the North- west Trades and the Company of Adventurers under the name of the Hudson's Bay Co. Gcorgu Simpson, later Sir Geo. Simpson, commences activities. Gco. Simpson 'makes his famous trip across the west, es- tablishing Norway House, Fort Chipweyau, Fort Vermilion, Fort Dunvegan, later reaching Vancouver and establishing Fort Vancouver on tbo site of tile present city. ot Fort Albert; now tho city Ot Victoria. ol posts In Lab- rador and on -Ongava Bay. of Hudson's Bay ship Irom London, at mouth ot Col- umbla river, In British'Col urn- where survivors were mur- dered by .Indians. -hundred years from' liirth of company, it relinquishes con- trol of Rupert's Land to dlau, government, ot commercial enterprises .ot the company un- der Sir Edmund Heard and aid.A. Smith, later Lord Strath: cona. Establishment of stores at Winnipeg, Edmonton, Mscltiod, Kamloops, Lcthbridge, Victoria. of first store at Calgary. of construction of present big department store of the company at Calgary. Clyde Leslie Brant, Allegsd Money Artist, Cleverly Caught A Spud-ThQt's police are noiv In slon of Clyde Leslie Brant, who made his silent and- unobserved departure from tho city police ceUa on October 19th last, taking with him for his fu- ture comfort tie Blankets and pillow which had been'considerately provid- ed for him. p Brant was arrested for Ingeniously converting o dollar bill lo on-j of (100 by the use, of the labels generally found on cigar boxes. He was left In supposed safely, to await his trial tuoinSxt liiorning. when he coolly de- camped by squeezing through the opening between the top rail ot the edge And tho.ceiling, walking out of the' back door in tho basenient of tho city hall. Tho escaped man was traced to monlon by Chief Olllpspie nnd by a comparison .of photon was located in Iho Edmonton penitentiary, where he wos iindergolng a sentence for rag- raiicyj' In spile of bis having grown a moustache he was Idenlifled by Chief Gilipsple by the resemblance ot the plolur.o he had to that In tho pos session of the Edmoclon prison author- ities iu Uie cut ot the nose and ears. "j.Branl was brought Magis- trateflrwin on 'Monday morning and, pleading guilty'to the charge, was siren three months for breaking on! of- lawful custody. >lo will appear later on tho charge pending ot rais- ins bill. Do You Like Special or Fancy Dishes in ihe I Spring? If your appetite nncds Jnfc our menu will do it. The Yale THE CAFE 812 FIFTH STREET SOUTH FORMER LOCAL GREEK IS TO BE DEPORTED letter io Board of Trade is Dealt With by City Council ,The Board of Trade has received an nqulry from Toronto as to opportunl- les and If any, ottered n establishing a woollen mill In city. The Intention Is expressed to crm a joint stock company and to take a financial Interest in IL Tho letter asks-that, should It be :onsidercd that there is an ly in tho. city for ah industry, ho Board ot Trade co-operate in secur-1 ing a stock salesman or "firm to ban- die industrial slock. Tho letter to the Board of was submitted to tho city council .ho Monday meeting.of Iho sioncrs and referred to Commissioner RED LINE IS OUT OF COMMISSION OWING Though the Incident dues not make Its appiarante on the police court blotter, the following was told the HerAld this morning (or the truth: Detective Sid Wai Us of the squad wn down tti'e oh night when he pasxd a man with suiplelous bulge !n his elttol pocket. Step- ping up to the stranger, the dfr' tectlve Mid: "I'm from Mlisourl, you'll to show me." The never aaid a word but reaching Into his pocket he converting a dollar bill to one D! (100 spud. "Beware of wit Detective Willli' advice ai hi moved on. Potatoes are quoted by local wholesalers this morning to per ten, "They're to we're not handling them at said the head of one wnotesalft concern. Annexation of New District to. eluded and fell in readily with Ihe ilans for rushing tho preliminary work for tlie --.laeleod section. !ie Considered at Tuesday Next Two Weeks Will Busy In Sheep Reports Not Adverse When the board o! trustees of the LoUibrldgc Northern Irrlgallon Dis- trict meets tor the monthly meeting tcjnorrOw H will have before H tb'e petition from the North-Macleotl dis- trict for amalgamation with the Leth- b-ldgo Nbrthafil district. Tllo peti- tion, which bod been eelit lo Ihe min- ister of public works, was brought to Lclhbrldxe ou Saturday by li. C. CharleSwbrtb, chairman of the provin- cial irrigation council, and turned over to the bonrd. i The board will be faced with the queslfOn Of dither cotitlrtfitng tho pet! 4ioa or deciding that the tweivi thou- sand acres Iu the vicinity ot iMacleod is not wanted In tie Ltthbrldge Norlh- FTII Irrigation DIslflct. Such action n4 turning the petition down Is not considered at all probable as at the recent contereSco With U Ci ChaHcs- worlb, the members of the board were willing that the section should be iu Sydney Jackson Plans to Open Store in Sinnolt Block, Fifth Street Mr. Sydney Jackson, oho time conducted the drhg store now oc-, cupled by the lied Cross Co., will-reopen 4be same business in the cily on June 1st nexl.. This will be In the premises on 5th St., across'from the Alexandra hotel, lately occupied by tho Do Wolfe Shoo Store. Mr. Jackson Is at present in the cily from Vancouver where he has been residing since leaving Lcthbridge. tombs are commencing to arrlvo In Southern Alberta, but 60 for no re- ports have been received In Lath-, bridge regarding the af.'eot o( Ule pres- ent weather; The Knight-Watson arm this morning reijortcd lambs hove commenced to'arrlvo among their sheep, but-lie' bulk of the ewes will not be lamWdfc for another five days yet. This Una siren its contract tor p shearing. Tlip price was f erentoou i nnd a halt cents and board and Is i somewhat hlghfer than last year. It Is -for hand shearing. The Knight- TO'SPREADING RAILS Watson tinh have not rceelrcd re- J ports showing that the weather of the Owing 'to Ihe spreading of tho rail between 21st and 23rd Sts., Soulh, the red line car will be out of commission for about tivo. .or three days until the defect is repaired. Tho delay in tho same -Is 'Occasioned through Uie shorl- labor city for work of tlie kind. The car'wlll not be altogeth- discontinued, '.but will run only as the i'linctioii pi 21st St. and Ctb Ava. S., until .further notice. past weti lias.been delrimental to the range cattle. TODAY'S BASEBALL I- HOSTS Tho commissioners have been 'asked -by ol the Win- -nipeg Trans-Rockies' ''motor fs tour, to act as hosts In enter- tainhig the visitors on tiio tour ff they visit LethbridBe. specially Invited will be the provincial premiers and tho editors" or special cor- i respondents of the dally press and magazine publications. The matter was referred to tho Na'ttonil League First R H B Chicago 000 010 2 S 1 Cincinnati 010 1 S 1 Vaughn and KHIefer; Eller, Luque and Ilarlden. K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS LIbby's Jloist Mince, largo Jars, each 8Ue Florida Drape 1-Vail, each'j.' 15o New- Cabbage, 2 Ibs. for-----26e Oysters, Blue Point brand, equal to can........ 05c Hilliidale Asparagus Tips, per tin......................35c Glosso, Liquid iirass Tollsh, per tin .45c Cider Vinsgar, gal. jars.. 51.20 Snuaw Cora Seed, home grown, per 40o Curry Powder, per bottle 1Sc Japan Illce, 3 Ibs. toi'.....Me Quick Chocolato Pudding.. 20c Salad Dressing Powder, "-per pkg..................... 15c bottle ........i.. 45c llutter Color, per bottle.... 25c lilsto, the Gravy Maker, two GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED local auto assoc'Ialion. Arts Carsirelis, according to Inform atlon received in She city, has been refused admission to Canada and turn ed back to Detroit, from Manitoba, where he was held awaiting' inquiries. It has transpired that ho is not a naturalized citizen of the Do-' minion as at first thought. i v t- 0 SAME WEATHER ALL OVER SOUTH Freeman to be ddalt with. Weather over the Lethbridgo. division of tho C. P. R. today corresponds to that in Loth- bridge. No snow or rain is falling today, but the snow is slowly disappearing in a few sections. Farmer? in Letn- bridgc this morning expressed the opinion that the break has occurred and nrc optimistic snout getting back on the land within Uirco or four days. Guolpli Canadian Express office was broken into, and two gallon jug3. v ot whiskey and J25 In bills stolen, i C- 0 Modern Phraseology- "It Can't Be Did." "The New Age." A certain tirni over in tho U. 8. A. advertises tiisfr goods by saying they coma from (he "Old Kcllablc." us "It Can't Bo but we aro pleased to call the atten- tion.of the public to Iho tact that wo are tha "New Reliable" Dacoral- Ing firm. Anything In tho decorating line you can depend on us, The Pyramid 516 TWELFTH STREET SOUTH E. L. COPELAND Phone 1903 E. R. KENT Phono 1647 L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTON We carry a full lino, at Salt Lake prices. I. M. COOMBS -Newy Agent and excellence ot the materials used In our bakc- shop, togelher with the expert workmanship employed, pro- duces pastry unequalled from- Winnipeg to the CoasL GIVE THE FAMILY A TREAT A DOZEN HOME TONIGHT. KIRKBY'S 5. C. SHORT MANAGER We have a nice range of Woollens to Select From You will find our prkcs much less than you expected to pay for such quality gooila. COLONIAL TAILORS FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK Let Me Save You Money On Your Fire Insurance I- 1 HAVE THE LOWEST PREMIUM RATES IN THE CITY. STRONG CANADIAN, BRITISH AND AMERICAN COM.. GOVERNMENT LICENSED. K R. Forster Phone 1793 THE SILVER GRILL Scrvlco Is what you got hero in [is 'most ploasurablo term. The food we serve Is good, wholesome, kind yoit relish and enjoy and it's only the food that you enjoy that is really nourishing. And it's not alone what wo serve you that makes dining here so the way we serve you, The 'courteous, solicitous lontlon, Ihe varlclty good Ihlngs yo'i have to chooso (roin, Dining hero becomes habitual. There's a reason. 1 FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY I I 12 to io I _ a EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEFS AT MODERATE PHICE9. J. U, MILLER, Proprietor N. H. AT NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY DONALDSON'S GROCERY. 801 9th Ave. S. ECONOMY GROCERY 902 llth St. S. D. R. WILSON GROCERY, 1112 6th Ave. S. E. L. JARVIS GROCERY 527 8th St. S. Crystal D.-.iry Pasteurized Milk or Cream can bo at any of tho above stores, or at our Dairy 531 13lh St. South, Crystal Dairy Limited ;