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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS KivIDAY, MAY 7, 1020 LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Pilling Land Co. Takes Aclion to Recover Claimed To Be Owing, ot ltd A ueiiuel to 'the iraruiuiso holdings of tlio 1MB llcnd Alb and. Cattle Co. by. the Mcnnoniies of Magnuh Is Iho filing of claiDi for Ihc iJurn of ugntiist Anti. Joe Aniz-und John rop- K'sentiDj; the colony, by the i'illiujg Ijfirid Co. -with cffEcca in The claim is ailcgefl to -lie (or mission iluc piaintllfy for the salo of acred of land comprised iu ido 'uiiij- for vrliich. it is stated, ilin I'illing Land Co. -vvero to receive at the rate, '.is arranged in ting through the.' negotiations, of per acre. :Tbn Maim is ou lia- half of the plaintiffs their solici- tor. II. Ostlmd. The stales that on about March iKt, 1S19, ilcfanda'ntJi acting on 1 behalf of themselves and do mem- bers of a colony uf WennonHea known as tlio Xev'Elm colony, at Mesrath, engaged the services of the plaintiffs to artist thein-in nureliar.iug from the Big Bend '.Alberta Lam! nnd Cattle Co. a -trad of ,liind near Woolford, known as the Harris farm. oT which tlio Dig liciid were at that time the owners. vvas agreed, according to tho claim, between tho plaintiff and the defendants that for the service rendered 'iy.iliejplaintiffs in n Stops Bullet; Local Man Killed it McLaren, 1274 Third avenue south, clalm.s to have shot first rattlttnake of the sea- sen. .Riding In from ranch to Taber Thursday; his automo- bile developed engine trouble and he had to walk. He encountered the rattler in the middle of the road, Us head erect its tall going. McLaren was packing-a gur, in his hip pocket. He had one shell. However, he is a good shot srd row has the skin drying. The skin measured three and a half feet long. work Mr. 1-ee intends to have- another floor added on the two wings oi tho present hotel at tlie .rear. Now tie top floor doos flot ertend the ful length ot builJing. This work will add another 20 or 21 rooms (o the building. mistL FISHERY OVERSEER TO BE LOCATED HERE A lisiiery overseer for tlw Ixjthli ridge district, eniUraeirjf all cif Southern Alberta eouUi o.' Calgary, is belog advertised for by tho Civil Service' corn- mi salon. Wileu appointed his headquarters will bo in the city. Keed Siluation Now Practically Out Seeding Operations. An apeal has beeu filed by the In- land Revenue, through Frederick Loljb, detective-sergeant of the H. C. M. P., against the dismissal of tho clrargo against Leonard Shan or Schjui, of Pleasant View. Alberta, that he, on or about March 2Tth, ut or near Pleasant View, unlaTvfiilly havo in his possession a still suitable vj f ins the said 'sale' that the former for manufacture of spirits, -_ ,.rml4.VT. tSft nnlrCrtMTftll I ivcnild pay tho plaintKfs per acre. Plaintiffs, as claimed, iii pursuance of tho agreement did at great esjxmsa and inconvenience at various bnica between March 1st, 1919, trad January 15th, 1920, negotiate with the Big; Bend Alberta Land and Cattlo Co. for the purchase of the said land, all of. which the. defendants were advised of. As a result of the negotiations, tho defendants were successful In pur- chasing the said Harris term, on or about Jan. loth, 1320, together with all implements and stock thereon .at the price approximately of -In pursuance of the agreement made, it Js claimed, that tho defendants be- came indebted to the plaintiffs in tho sum of there being in tho said land acres. Plaintiffs, Jt is stated, have inado domands upon tho defendants for Uio said sum o{ but the defendants have neglected and refused and still neglect and refuse lo pay the same. trary to section ISO su tho Inland Revenue act. (o) of The case against Shan was tried at Foremost, on April 23rd, and dismiss- ed by Magistrate Ilirrrell. The ap- peal is to he heard at the district court sittings at Foremost on Friday, October 1st. Tho grounds for the appeal, filed by A. G. Virtue for Oio appelaut, ore, as Elated, that the Raid dismissal was against tho law and tho evidence and tho weight of the evidence. R. M. A. MEETING The monthly meeting of the Lethbrtdgo local of the Retail Merchants' Association will be held on Monday, May 17th, iu the evening. Eighty-three cars have'been received ttite week by the v govern- ment hay omcer in Lethbridge.: This Is the largest number of cars ever received by this'office in any five days since the office was opened. .The hay was distributed to practically all points in southern Alberta. Fifteen cars were received in tho C. P. R. yards this morning. With the opening ol spring work on (he farms this large quantity of hay being received in the district Is going to do a great deal of good. There is now no doubt but that such a quantity of hay received a month earlier would have been better, farm- ers say. .Many contend that it will enable farmers to, have their horses in good condition for the summer fallow work and late seeding.. Some of the hay this week was dis- tributed as follows: Coaldalc, three cars; Carmangay, sis; Monarch, four; Xobleford, one; Cardstou and Wool- ford, five; Taller, two; Milk River, three; Pincher Creek, five; Warner, Bli; Macleod, 11; Barons, C; Wilson Siding, two; Commerce, two. -New Dayton and Stirling also received shipments. This quantity of hay represents an expenditure for hay only by the farm- ers of practically The freiglil ou each car runs In the neighborhood of {150. Nearly all this haj- came from Quebec. This figure is compiled by taking an average of twenty-five tons of hay to a car, at an average price of a ton. Elmer. Wonnncott, London, has en- tered action against Arraitage, of London 'township, for unstated dam- ages for slander. Company Will Be to Peo- .plc of Program lieing Prepared. Though Lothbridge is to witness any pr.geact lo commcmorato the -50th anniversary o" the granting of tho charter to the Hudson's Bay Co. as are being rtfigod In other cities of tho west, tlie event is not to be al- lowed to pass Jicro without some ef- fort to mark ibe occasion. On: May 24th a great public picnic will bo held In Henderson parjc when Lcthbridge and Southern Alberta will be tho guests of the 'company at Henderson park fair grounds. A great free en- tertainhieht is vbeing provided. This will take the form o'. a sports contest of a varied order. One of tho features of Iho after- noon's events will be exhibitions of wrestling on, horseback, tent pegging and otlior stunts the Mounted Polico fenow so well how to stage Supt Pennffather has Idndiy offered Lo help Manager Fair of tho Hud- son's Bay Co. !n ttis regard and thus lend to tho event an air which can best be supplied by theso riders of the plains who followed on tlio trails blazed by the Hudson's Bay Co traders. Tho picnic T.-ill bo held in the after noon and will -be free to all. Prior to the events at Henderson park a pa rade wilt bo staged in the business section of the cits', and while ihii will not }io so elaborate as the his- torical ixageants iu other cities it wil servo to indicate tho long period which the Hudson's Bay Co. held swa> In western Canada. Tlio program o'. sports which -wa drawn up yesterday by Manager Fai and a committee of the A. A. A. fol lows: Men's Events, 440 yards race, open. 220 yards race, open. 100 yanls dash, open. Half mile relay, 4 minuie relays each man to.-represent an organiaa lion. Pole vault.-'open to schools. lluitning hi'gU jump, open to school; Running broad Jump, open. Humiing, hop, step and jump, open. Shot-put, 12; open. Wheat Germinating Rapidly and Showing Above Ground in Many Places. Seeding is general over the Loth- hrMge division of tho C. P. R.r on land that Is not considered as low lying. Reports to nils' effect were received by tho railway company toflay. Commerce seeding was in full swing j yesterday. I Weather prophots this morning were I claiming for this district a continued spell of fine weather. -They were bas- ing tlielr oplnons largely on tho west Tnnd that Is prevailing. "You can got! bit your baseball bats when that wind j remarked one. j Many reports of nowry-sown grain ipimarlHg above ground aro being re-j ccivcd. Flvo days seems to be R-bout the time-needed this spring for grain to sprout proprietor Jos. Lee Plans lo Make Lcthbridcc Inlo 110-Room House. TTro hotel will have add-1 ed for the traveling! public ot nine rooms ncrt month nnd j soon forward will adil anchor 20 rooms. This will bring tho entire, bedroom accommodation ot tho hotel j ffoovo 110 rooms. 'Announcement to tWs effect was made by Joo Lee, prletor, Uifs rooming. At tit) end of tills month 1ta din- 1ns will bo done Avray with and work will commonco on tho erection nino furgo bedrooms where tho dining room and kitchen now stand. Bight ot lio bedrooms will measure and a half ifeot 'by frfteen feet and the ninth will bp somewhat larger, There irill be a six-foot nail ex- tending the entire length of tho i braiding on Uic ground floor and on the Inaide will ttrt situated mala and female lavr.foriog and a bath. A small Mtcnen for hotel accommoda- tion will also bo butft Mr. Leo ex- pccUt lo pay not toss than a room .for furnishings. Ho will liavo Wilton ruga In each room, a liulH-m wardrobe %vith a full length mirror and running water. The fitting up of tho ground floor will in the neighborhood of Following tho completion of this AT IfYouDoivt Whether you eat or not, and don't know what you -want, let our menu'sug- will tempt the appetite. R. R. DAVIDSON QUITS POST AS HEAD OF THE ALTA. TRUSTEES' ASSN. At a meeting of the executive of the Alberta School Trustees' Association, held In Calgary on Thursday, H. Hinlilo. of Pono- ka, was appointed president for the year la place ot IL R. Davidson, of Lelhbri'ge. and 100 yiirds dash, veterans. Children's Sports. Troys' t-.'.ck race, 15 years ounger. Hoys' race, 100 yards; open to bsgh chool. Boys' race, 100 yards; open to public chool; 13 and over. Boys' race, 100 yards; open to pub- c school; under 13. Girls' race, 50 yards; high school Iris. Girls' rr.ce, 50 yards; public school. Oirls' race, 60 yards, skipping race; nder 13 yoare. Hoys' bicycle race, IS years and ears and younger. Relay race, half-mile; by a team rom each school. Novelty Sports. Wrestling on horseback. Tent pegging contest. 220 yard dash, Fl. C.' M. P. Boy Scout drill contest. Needle race for I. O. D. B. members Potato race for Xort of Kin ere. Girls' baseball gsmo between Gen ml and 5 innings. Boys' baseball game between Fleet wood' and Westin.iuster; B Innings. 13th St. Subway Impassable- hhe early of the spring to getv Urge Early Repairing of Main I tins the main thorougbfarea into con- f dittan before the streets are touched itn Rural ,to .mj. ertent_ Tbe putting ot Thirtec-nlh street Into first cJass j shape inside ot the city limits would 'oean that farmers would better Roads. Thirteenth rtrcci subway is c: eamatere a lot of trouble. The con- dition of the subway has been such hat rartage firms the south side of Ihe city have boon unable to take delivery from the C. P. R. sheds. Firms on tho north side have been getting freight regularly. In connection with this question it lias been suggested that the city should pay particular attention during to rKlch the mcnt by a man named Griffiths, nil- marz was brought before the magis- trate at Cranbrook and the charge _ JZKI him dismissed for want of suf- fldr.nt evidence. The circiuns'flnces were rejxirted in the Herald at the time. Biliruirz appears to have re- turned to and to have- fal- len Inlo the hands o? the city police for unlawfully, as alleged, peddling dope. He had previously been before the court, on a charge of being a vag- rfent, and 'was at tho time fined end Montreal will fend 2? representa- tives TO the police welfare confer- ence held in HamllUm on May Ib. sacks, each.................... 65c White Toilet Soap, 3 cakes for..................... 25c Old Brown Windsor Soap, cukea for 25c Mp.-ple Sugar, 2 cakes...... 15c Pilchard's. ]Kr tin Sv.-iffs Bologna Sausage, jier Hi....................... 35o Cooked Ham, per Ib.......75r, Swiss Cream Chcpse, prr ib. 75o Chloride Lime. Hull Dog brand. 2 MnlLers Ess Xcoilits, 2 pkgs. 25c Klectric Soap Chips, 2 pkgs. 55o Hoyal Mayonunise Dressing, per lioltle. 50c (iuava Jelly, 15 oz. size, each 45c NolisonV Nut Milk Chocolate, half cakes, each 40o Pendray's 'IViii Bar Castile Soap, cake 10c GECX KERR FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION No wonder we have had to duplicate, our orders on Linoleum and Linoleum Rugs this year, It's the same' story as in the case of the newest lines at last year's a demand. We are still able to offer a 'complete range and advise you to see the goods early. This is how we sell the finest on ihe market. Feltol, suitable for bedrooms, lineai yard Printed Linoleum, per lineal Ordinary Extra quality Inlaid Linoleum, per lineal yard.. and Hall Linoleum, per lineal yard......85c to Linoleum Rugs, 7y2x9, 9xlOy2, 9x12 and Congoleum Rugs, 9x12, regular price for C. G. OLANDER QENERAL HARDWARE 624 13th STREET NORTH' THE SILVER GRILL Service is what you set .hero ,ln its rnosl pleasnrnblo (onn. Tlio food we serve is good, wholesome, kind you rcltsh and enjoy and It's only, the food that you enjoy that la really nourishing. And it's not nlone what -vre serro you that makes dining hero ac. Iho way we sfrve yon. The courteous, solicitous at- tention, tho varlelty of good things yo'i havo to chooso from, 1 Drning hero becomes habitual. There's a reason. FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY 12 to Colonial Tailored Clothes Aro mutln in our yaii rrorli rooms itndcr our own supervision. Conic in ;iiul see the new serins and punimor they nre ivorlL your- inspection. COLONIAL TAILORS FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK Let Me Save You Money On Your Fire Insurance I HAVE THE LOWEST PREMIUM RATES IN THE CITY. STRONG CANADIAN, BRITISH AND AMERICAN COM. GOVERNMENT LICENSED. K R, I Forster Phone 1793 EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEFS AT MODERATE PRICES. J.l, MILLER, Proprietor N, H. MURRAY, PUT- YOUR BOTTLES OUT EARLY Our drivers will call on all customers on South Side tomorrow, May 8th, the exception of district east of 13th Street South. WG wo arc unablo to scrrs thfs district aatl North Lcthhridgo fcr a few dajs. Wo an: prepared to Uko earn of ice cream orders for fill purposes, parties, lunches or dinners. Tell us tns flavor and wo will make j'our order specially. ORDER PHONE No. 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited ;