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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, MAY LETJIRiUDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN WESTERN CANADA IRRIGATION CONVENTION JULY 28-30 Dates Set and Local Board of Control Named; Expect Over 600 Delegates i- BUSY SEEDING AGAIN. Weather TCports for South- cm Albcrt.a; for Thursday are while Uio Eky been selected. In thu regard la which he has held, and la the estlma-j the! sur- prise to those In Lethbrldge who had business and social relations with fclm. These have been fuHy reeog turn of his business capacities, promotion Is cot altogether a Largest Convention in History of Association Expected Of Great Importance to Irriga- tion Advancement in Western Canada Board of Control Meets on Monday. For Ihreo days commencing July 2S (Wednesday) Lethbridgo will have us its guesls prominent men of -west- ern Canada who arc Interested in ir- rigation. Commoudng at p. m., on tho above date, the Western Can- ada Irrigation association will open its annual convention. This was de- cided on at a meeting ot the local board of control Thursday afternoon. P. II. Peters, commissioner Irri Batlon, and James Colloy, secretary o( tho Western Canada irrigation asso- ner; C. Barons; P. Bakw, is U proceed- la the prominent part ha. has log rapidly agalu in moat sec- been called on to take from time to line In the various matters pertaining ciation, with ident, of tho morning In the board of trade offices K. Marnoch. vice-pres- association, met this AV. M. Merrlam, Lucky Strike; S. U. Smith, Mountain View; C. Kinery, Lono Hock; J. Wacfad- ycu, Macleod; John. Bias, Lothbridge, and J. McD. Coaltiate. Expect Over 600 Delegates. Tho duty of Ibis committee will bo (o make arrangements In Lethbrldge for tie convention. They have to secure accommodation for COO or 700 visitors und will havo to make suro that a suitable convention hall is ar- ranged loi. The matter ot entertain- ment for ladies was left in the hands of Mrs. DovJher, who is also a member o( the local hoard of control. This la no; lura for this convention. It should have gone to B. C., tut because a feulk ot the business to be transacted oKects Al- berta more man out It, would succeed in taking him ut." The P. O. Robbery Mrs. Collett related that, in the efercncc to the post office robbery, Alines told her that he (Ralph) was ot concerned iu it and that he had rraugeu wlih Ralph to swear that hey were at the lime of (he robbery t Fat's restaurant, and altcnvaids pent the afternoon at a pool room. Collett, while In the States, accord- ng to hla statement, received letters rom Glines tolling him ot what tho lollco "were doing in regard to the last office robbery, .according to the ode mentioned, Ono letter he receiv- d was signed "H. Snaky but 10 knew that It was from Glfncs as here was a mention ot i and discussed plans for the conven-1 convention and acted in a like man- tion. At the meeting ot the board of ner. trade at noon Ihe local Board of con-j Ucarlng that in mind members ot Irol was appointed. The Board of Control. The members ot this 'board are: Fred Spooner.t Hugh Crawford, U. J. Commissioner '.Mcech, 0. B. IMgeti, Peter Lund, II. H. Coy, W. H. Fnirfiold and Secretary Rose. -Mem- bers from out ot town aro: T. W. Crofla, Commerce; John Powelson, Raymond, vice-chairman of tile Irri- gation Development association; R. T. JIcNichol, Macleod; Chris. Jensen, Magralh; Jl. W. Illslnger, New Day- ton; Ted. Sundahl, Taber; W. Lnrseh, Grassy Lake; F. S. Lefflngwell, War- the local board of control feel that they havo a big job ahead of them They wil have to make sure Hhat al arrangements in Lethbridge will tend to make the convention a success. The program for the convention is not drawn up yet but will he prepared in the near future by Secretary Colloy. F. H. Pelcrs, discussing the conveu tion, staled that in, his opinion this convention will be tho most Importani in the history of tbo association. The.local board of control Will mec' after the Rotary club luncheon on Monday. Eyiden.ce of Collett That Glines Was Accomplice in-fhe Theft. The preliminary trial of Harvey efl remanded for trial. On the advic of his counsel, C. P. Harris, he reser cd his defence. Ho was released o hail on both the amount of which wa raised, from lha ono on which he ha been under, to himself, for The principal witness in the case Goes to Toronto as 0. C. King of Minncdosa Comes Here. Promotion to an important position. GREAT FALLS IBP 1ED If AH Go Who Have Signified Their Intentions, Trip 'Will Be a SUCCESS. o I ho welfare of the city and district n a business sense. His usefulness on these waiters was thoroughly ap- preciated. Ho has always been well t-garded In a popular way, snd dar- hls In the city has made a host of friends. Dunbar was chairman of the Inance committee of Board of Trade last year, and is chairman of :he Clearing House Association of the .ccal banks. Ills usefulness in the city will be greatly missed on his do parture. He will be leaving lo lake ap his P-CMT appointment In the course of a and will be succeeded here by Mr. C.' C. King, at present man- ager -of the bank's branch office at llinnedosa, Manitoba. WILL CONFER ON INTER. PARLIAMENTARY CONFERENCE leifer which "had fallen over a cut- carrying a recognition of his services, bank and.had hurt its tail and so the has cnmc to Mr. Arthur Dunbar, man- >oor critter died." ager of the local branch ot the Union Bank. He has been appointed Inspec- tor of branch returns at tho sub-head office of tho bank in Toronto, which covers the eastern district of the Union Bank with a territory stretch Ing from Kort William lo Halifax. Mr Duiibar succeeds Jlr. C. C. Ballour who has been promoted to the head office in Winnipeg as assistant to thi chief accountant. Mr. Dunbar has heen In charge o the bank In Lethbrldge for the last year nail a half, coming .here from High Iliver, where he was manager of tho branch office ot the Union Bank there, and succeeding the lato Mr. Nicholson. .It Is something-ot signal honor la 0. B. Bdgctt. who has charge ot tho capability'of Jlr. Dunbar and a tho arrangements for tho Great Falls compliment to the west that ho should trip ot the board ot trade, stated al be chosen from so far afield to nil the tho luncheon ot the board on Thurs- important position for which lie has day that' if all go who havo promised to do so Ihe trip will he a huge suc- cess, lie: has been busy garnering in the deposits during the past two days and spoke 'joyfully ot the pros-. pects for the trip. i Practically all arrangements are now completed and all there remains' to be done is for tho citizens of Leth- bridge to get together and take accosimodation. The- biisiiiccs'c! the trip is for a round-table discussion with members of the Commercial Club of tho Montana city on 'matters ot mutual interest to the tWo cities. VICTORIA, B.C., Jlav John Randies, British Ironmaster and par llamenlartan. who reached Victoria yesterday atternoon on the liner Ka tori Mafu, from Japan, will confer wltl the government at Ottawa regarding Canadian reprsssntstlo" "t if; Inter parliamentary conference. This gath ering is being organized to facilitate commerce between nations, moro par- ticularly allied nations. OF HHILSGOTi Run Over By Coal Car and Leg So Badly Crushed That He Died. As a result of falling under- neath a car and having his leg crushed, on Wednesday afternoon, at No. 6 mine, John Smerek suc- cumbed (o his Injuries this morn. N. Y. FUNDS. NEW YORK, May Sterling ci- change was heavy today at S3.82V4 tor demand and I3.S3 for cables. Canadian dollars were quoted at 90.13. Oxford farmers are finding the weather Ideal for seeding. ing. It was found necessary to amputate the Nmb, but the opera- tion did not save his life. No one appears to have witness- ed the actual circumstances whereby the deceased-got under the car. He was employed as a flag boy at the mine and just pre- viously to the accident had given the driver the signal for the cars to proceed. Rushing hack after the cars had proceeded some yards, the driver found the victim caught under the wheel and ex- tricated him from the position In he was held, The late John Smerek was 15 years of age and had been em- ployed in the mine since last Au- gust. An Inquest will he held this evening. Glihus, charged with complicity in the "was Ralph Collett, who stuck to his the post office at'Hayniond, I on'December 2nd, last, was concluded on morning with the accus- For Shaving, BalMng 'and Shampooing The stertt ot healthy up -1 date ,3 having is lias of Cuticui Soap, the "Cmi curs. Ho mug, no slimy soap, no germs no Tree alkali, no iuiutlon even when shaved twice daily One soap for ell bath- Ing and ahlmpooing. !b, 21 Kk- Sold I the Dominion. Canadian DepcA l.myu. United, St Si., Montred. abp wiAout nvr story that ho kept watch while Glines ;ol over the partition ami secured Uie J254 from the safe. Witness gave a good portion of his evidence under tho protection of the court under the Canada Evidence AcL Ho raised con- siderable laughter when, In reply lo Jlr. Harris as to the time ho had given evidence in the courts before, he re- lated that he fiid so once in a case where a number ot hoys were charged with stealing chickens hefore Mr. O'Brien at Raymond. Asked whoso chickens they were, he said that they helonged'to Mr. O'Brien. Implying that tho maglstrato sat In judgment over those charged -with stealing his own property and convicted them. Got Nothing of Stolen Money Collctt was, taken a long round by Jlr. Harris in cross-examination. In his evidence hs staled.that afler the post office was robbed he and Gllnes According to tho best medical au thoritiea, Cully Ihree-fourths of people of tha civilized .world cutter in KOEie form from coativeness or Ir- regular action ot t'ifc bowels. There is no doubt that many distressing dis- eases aro caused by constipation. It gives rise to sick and bilious Lcad- ncheg, Jaundice, I'Ortburn, floating specks beforo the oycs, ealarrh of Uio r.tomach. biliousncco and tho pai.iful, troublesome piles. Therefore, it is o[ supremo importance to health that the bowels ho kept regular. Simple fooil, fruli, etc., should bo used, rind rich food and stimulants of all kinds nvoiil- went to tho place where the old; ed. This, with the UEO of Milburn's I.axa-Liver Pills to regulate and estab- lish healthy action of the bov.-fils can- not fail to give permanent relief in post office used to bo and that there i Iho money was divided. Ho put his Hsh healthy action of the bov.-cls can. "DANDERINE" Stops Hair Gomlng Out; Doubles Its Beauty. share under tho cushions ol the ilelgh and, going to the granary on farm, tho money was by bolh of them hidden in an old collar pad. Later, according to the witness, he and Glincs came lo Lethlirldge and ho was given by dines the sum of ?15 for his interest In a horse owned by both of them together with other money tor a pair of shaps p.old by him lo Glines togelher with what was owing him for wages, altogether about 550 odd, with which he took ihe train to Jiontana. lie got nothing of the the most obslinato cases. Mrs. Lctitia Orillia, Out., a child I was always vory badly constipated, ami 1 can well remember when quite young, mv mother givius me sentm tea nearly every morning, and 1 got lo dread it. After taking Milburn's Lnxa-Livcr Fills for a while I am not troubled with constipation any more." JIIlhurn'3 Laxn-Uvcr Pills aro 2oc a vial at nil dealers or mulled clirec! on receipt of prico by The T. Milburn A few cents buys "Domlorlne." After an application of "Danderine" you can not find a fallen hair or nny dandruff, besides every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, more col- or and money stolen. Ho was told, he testi- fied, tiy 0. alines that he hod better gel away in case tho police got after him and that ho would keep him ad- vised as to what Ihe polico were do-] Inff. For this purpoao hn arranged a kind of code. In this'codo.lt he wrote that "the cattle were starving" ho'wns to Ho low; If tho "catllo were dying" ho was to make tracks, nnd K doing well" lie was to know that tho police were not after him. Would Get Man Out of Hell The parents of Collolt, Dr. and Mrs. James Collclt, of Raymond, who np- I poarecl highly respeclablo folk, gave evidence on Thursday morning. Both ot Ihcm stated that Glitien had como to seo thorn ou thrco different occa- sions, tho first Immediately after Christmas. In speaking lo them he] asked that tho blinds be drawn, it ho-' Ing nlgbt lime, because, as alleged, It would not do for anyone to sen them there, lie said he hail, come about Flnlph as the police were nfler him for killing a heifer belonging lo Oliver McLean. The parents express- ed surprise nt this as (hey understood McLean was a friend of their son. Olincs told them tho charge wan Ihe result of bad feeling caused by n dis- pute between nalph and JIcLcan over some hay. He told them lhat if Ralph was in trouble with He police lo let Co., Limited, Toronto, "Canada's Best" WILLIS PIANOS Unequalled for Ton- al Qualities, Reliability and Durability. Our Player-Piano Is the Best on the Market. PHONOGRAPHS VICTOR RECORDS Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Sliced Peaches, Del Monte, size i, per tin............... 48c Canned Sweet Potatoes, tin 38o Wonder Shine, regular 25c; this week, 3 for............25c Pure Alfalfa H'onev, quart Jars, each Postum Cereal, per pkg. 25c Plum Jam, Kamsterley per tin J1.00 Robertson's Patent Barley, per tin.......................EOo Swift's Premium Bacon, per !h....................... 75o Mayonnaise Dressing, per bot- tlo 45c Mazolo Salad Oil, per tin Shortbread, per cako...... 15c Pilchards, per -tin .........-15c Heinz Tomato Catsup, bottle 40c Clark's Canned Soup, Vegetable. Mulligatawny and Tomato, 3 tins tor ...'..............40c Libby's Vienna Sausage, net tin..............23c and 53t Polled Yarmouth Bloaters, m glass....................35c Pumpkin, Del Jtonto.dry pack, per tin ..................25c Quick Cocoanut Pudding, McLar- ens, 2 pkgs..............25o Fancy Evaporated Peaches, per Ib....................... 45c Prunes, 2 Ibs. tor.........-. 55c Water Glass, per tin 15e 3-in-l Oil, bottle.... 15c and 25c Heinz Cooked Spaghetti, with cheese, per tin 25c Carnation Mush, per carton 60c Junket Tablets, per hottlo 15o Siiowtlnke Ammonia Powder 10c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE ANO SATISFACTION GUARANTEED We will make you while you wait, 1 Ib. of Peanut Butter for.......35c 1 Ib. Plantation Kisses, for........... 1 Ib. Chocolate Kisses, for...........50c 1 Ib. Old Country Pep- permint .......40c lib. Peanut Brittle. 40c 1 Ib. Salted Peanuts 40c Or 3 Ibs. of the Above Assorted for Special Chocolates, per Ib............60c Niagara Caramel, Ib. 50c Root Beer Ice Cream Sodas .........lOc It's What We Serve and How We Serve You That makes it pleasant and at- tractive to dine here. Variety, quality, courtesy, all in the way you'll enjoy. The Silver Grill Cor. Fourth Ave. and Hfth Si. J, L. MILLER, Prop. N. H. MURRAY, Mgr. We Invite You To Compare Our Wool- ens and Prices. with those shown elsewhere in any tailor shop or ready made clothing store. Colonial Tailors FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE 603 Third Avenue South PHONE 1314 426 STREET NORTH Fov Best Quality Groceries and Provisions al Most Reasonable Prices, A TRIAL ORDER WILL CONVINCE YOU SPECIAL ON TEA FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS Finest Quality Sumatra Tea, 3 Ibs. This Tea 'is worth 75o per Ib. May. We have lir.'l many enquiries for a good Tea at lower cost than Ceylrm Tea and this Is your opportunity. WE HAVE FLOUR AND SUGAR AT THE PRICE WHILE THE STOCK LASTS SEND IN YOUR ORDER NOW Fresh Egga, per ctoz........55o Lemons, large size, Brookfleld Butter, per Ib. Sfle Pens, per tin Oleomargarine, Premium, Ib. 45c Corn, per tin.......... Fry's Cocoa, Ib. tins, each 30c Tomatoes, 2 tins for Oranges, per 50o and 60c 6oda Biscuits, per pkg, FREE DELIVERY OLD 20C 20c 35s HAVE YOU TRIED Kirkby's Tiiorotiji If not, ws only attc you to do so. Even If we do say It our- IT'S DELICIOUS 600 THIRD AVBNUG SOUTH Prompt and Liberal Settlement of Claims as well ar Lower Premiums Is a characteristic of Non-board Fire Companies. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE ME E. R. J. Forster Phone 1793 V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V I SAVE THE BABIES! J Cream Prices On and after May I Oth we will pay the following prices for cream, f.o.b, your shipping point; Extra Sweet......... 64c per Ib. Butterfat No. 1 Chwninrj...... 61c per ft. Butterfat No. 2 Churning 58c per tb. Butterfat Remember we pay express charges on all cream shipments and remit by money order for each shipment received. Crystal Dairy Limited ;