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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS .WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP LIVE LOCAL NEWS 14, 1920 LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Fine Weather Again and Rapid Progress son With 1915. By Saturday night 75 tier cent ot (Southern Alberta's Vheal crop will seeded, according to the best reports tho Herald can'secure. Toe acreage Henderson it. Henderson, Ball JJolyoak, .MacKenslo Co. HarscJiiuaa TB. Lee, Ball Holyoak, D. H. Elton. Divorce Casts. Cblpmaa TO. Cbtymaa, H. Octluod. Dyer va. Mclntosb, C. F. Harris. vs. McCormack, Shep herd Co. Special Case. In wheat time would be larseri City vs. Crystal were it not-for tbe fact that In certain Ditrr fc Co., Ball Holyoak, C. K. districts lying aloug the foothills, such as Cardstoix Cowley and Pincher Creek, the very wet condition ct the land precluded any seeding until very recently. The Nobla Fuming company will finish wheat sec-ding on all its farms by Saturday night, It 13 eipected. Weather conditions Friday were Ideal, while the forecast for Saturday- was for a continuation of tho present (ine weather. Many farmers will again continue seeding operations on Sun- day owing to the fact that two wet days Interrupted Uiia week. Comparison of ccuditions at this time with those -which prevailed in 1915 vrhea Southern Alberta grciv its ijvo-In-oue crop show that on May 15 that year inoro than .90 per cent of all grains wore, seeded. The spring open- ed up dr.v and somewhut cold. Seed- ing was general by April 15th, but ci- cept In the southwestern pan ot the district early growth was slow. Even at The middle of Hay there had been littlo rain, tha heavy rains not start- ing until about the 20Ih of the mouth. Alter that date, growth vciy rapid nnd the crop was ready for cutting about the middle of August. It is claimed that, with the great flmoiint of moisture noiv in the soil, close to the surface, growth is faster than it wai on June 1, 3015, and that dale this year will find much of the Brain as far advanced iu spite of the early delay iu seeding. Wheat Sprouts In North. EDMONTON, -May is sprouting in tho KliiEclIa district on tho G. T. p. east of Edmonton. The farmers are all out in the fields and predict a bumper crop.' Seeding will be finished earlier than in former j-eara. Test Legality of Deducting Ta> From Employees' Wages, at Supreme Court. Jamleson. Special Sen-ice at United Church Next Sunday Honot Hero Dead. Next Sunday evening the service in the United church will ba of a special nature. Tho choir will lead fci a service of song throughout thb'erening, several special selections-'being rendered. The memorial tablet of the Sunday school will he unveiled. It bears the names of the following men who paid tho supreme sacrifice: SgL Ad- ams, Ptc. P. Jngram, SgL J. Brown, Pte. -A. Forbes, Pie. K. Stafford, PU> Rollo, Pte. R. Millar, Pte. A. Park, Pte. n. iF. Lackenby, I'ie. D. McXab gpeclnl music, suitable lo this part of tho service, v.-ill 'bo given by the choir, and members cf tho church will assist the pastor in the unveiling ceremony. The loose offering will devoted io helping the senior choir in their trip Jo take part in the musical com petition next TTcek at Kdmonton. Following Is tU6 music for Sunday evening's service at tho Unite< church: Miss Dream of Para disc." Mr. of Ages." Ifrs. Children's Home.' J. Belter Land.' In God's Keeping Mr and Mrs. Jamiesou. 'Unveiling of Tablet. Ihe Flag J Mcllvcna. Christ, What Burdens Bowed Thy Head" (Q. H. tl A matter of interest in the Supreme court sittings, which will open In the city on Tuesday, with -Mr. Justice Walsh presiding, is the special .test case to decide tho legality of an em rloyer deducting the amount of the. ,6'chool poll tax from the wage of the' employee. This Is to be determined by the friendly, action started Mr. C. F. Jamteson on behalf of the Crys- tal dairy against the city of Leth- forldge to settle the point 60 that the plaintiffs should know in future what action they should pursue In regard to the deduction, which has been com- plained of by certain of their em- ployees. Three divorce actions, In which damages are claimed, will corno be- toro his lordship. The list, which is subjoined, of cases lo come up for hearing Is fairly long. Non-Jury Cases, Frankel vs. Boss, Shepherd ft Co, C. F. 'Harris. jilarsden vs. Ogllvie Flour Hills, D. K. Elton, baidlaw ft Co. Sleepy Hollow School District vs. Stcwarl, Conybearo 'fc Co., Z. W. Ja- cobs. Brunor vs. ,-llicbards, Shepherd Co.. J. C. Hcndry. Patterson et al vs. Lane, C. F. Ja- toieson, Clarke, Carson. Wilaoh vs. J. R. Palmer, C. Harris. Lloyd Devi no vs. Rozier, S. S. Dunham, C. E. Cameron. Slmms vs. Shepherd ft C. F. Harris. M. D. of Bow Island vs. WerU, F. O. McKenna, Davidson Co. Livergood vs. Lothian, Johnslono Co., Dal I Holy oak: .Livergood vs. Home, Jobnsloiie Co., Co. "IS Broncho Buster Who Is Wei Known Here Not the Mon- tana Character. Something like the shock cf seeing a ghost was realized by Detective Si Wnllis of the city police on beholding "Calgary Red" in the flesh in (he trair when he was going down to Moos Jaw, in company with Maurice son, to give witness1 at the trial a Iho supreme court silling there Fred Whitney on the alleged charg of being implicated In the Jewelry rob there. He was tapped on th shoulder with tho expressions "How are you, old and there stood "Ca gary tho broncho rider. Ho wa very much surprised to hear that h was counted for dead, in the repor from Montana that he was .Ihe ma who' was shot by a sheriff's posse, an whose identity at the tlmo was no disclosed. The Whitney trial was put oft t the neit session of. the court. Kallenayhn vs. Mnrkkanen, .A. Hogg, A. J. Robertson. Ingram vs. McCIenegban et al, C. F. Jamleson, Shftplienl Co. Pitcher vs. Williams, w. Jacobs, Ca. Ivontareroen vs. Holmerson et al, -II. OalliiDd.'C.' V. Jamlosun. Klder Hrothers vs. Ucnnalt, C. K Harris, U H, Kllon. Sadowskl va. Green, Johnslono J. II. I'almer. Oswalt! vs. Mcrriraan. R II. Elton. Johnstone Co. Harryman lliplcy et al, C. V, IX 11. EJIton. 'Livergood vs. Taylor, Johnslono Co., nail Hoiyoak. important Cession or Wester Boards of Trade in Calgarv, May 18-20, TULIPS AHE OUT. Tulips are out In Gall Gar- dens. This inoriilug about a dozen blooms, of deep red col- or, were taking a chance on southern Alberta weather. j lect of tho defendants to meet the j monthly payments at tho lime they wore due-. Tho only suras pzld so Local Manager Brings the An- nouncement From Calgary Where Governor Told Plan. Board Considers Cream Qualify Also Considered. Employees of tho I-elhbridge branch j of the Hudson's Bay company who I have hecn In tho company's employ a vear or over will participate ia the bonus announced by Sir Tfobert Kin- governor of the company, at a. banquet to -.the staff of the com- party's big Calgary store the other eve- Ining. This was'the pleasiug word _________ 1 br'pught-uack from the Calgary fuuc- lion by .Manager C. H. Fair of the lo- At a meeting of Iho board of branch, and the announcement held on Thursday afternoon, a re-'. was received with a great deal ot quest was framed asking llio city lo! pleasure by the. employees here, pass a bylaw whereby Ico creams: In announcing the bonus the gover- hould not be mado of'poorer Quality: nor said, "The financial affairs of the ban sterilized uillk. lemnpany. were never In belter condi- A resolution was received lion and.a'bonus of one mouth's pay rom milk producers, who are. join- to all employees who have been in tho ng with the dairymen of tbe province, service of the company one year or urging that the tuberculin test should more is being ieiven as a I'oOth anni- ne applied to all cattle snfl1 that until jversary birthday present." uch is enforced that all milk be pas- At the same time the company an- eurizetl. uounced a pensions' sdieme embrac- The Nursing Mission pointed out' ing all employees winch will cost hat all milk delivered at the milk about a year. NO FLOOD DANGER Water In tho Old Man Hlver this spring has bwn running higher ou an average lhau for several seasons past, tut at no tirao has the height of water threatened a dangerous situa- tion. Today the water can be called high hut It Is well below the top of the tanks. slalloa should be subject to the lubev- cnlln test Mr. Parry, who is at pres- 'Mr. Fair declares that the pageant depkllng the growth cf the compauy has undertaken to apply same to his cows. cut furnishing the most part of tho'and the great west since the granting the j of the charter In 1S70 wa3 one of tho I finest things of; its kind ever staged Canada. witnessed by j 000 people. The costumes, many ot i which were imported for tho occasion, j wore worth going a long way to see. i The local manager also announced that Governor Sir Robert Kimlersley, i wlio is now on liis way to the coast, will visit on his return trip in June, and it is likely that he will deliver an address here. Daily Shipments Being Made to Saskatchewan ators Are Pleased. B.C., street cleaners re- ceived, an increase of fifty cents a day. Sak of Piano Leads lo Judgment Is Given for Plaintiffs. A claim by the Willis Co. against Thomas Henry Crow aud Maud Polly Crow, for balance of a sum owiug ou the sale of a piano, came up before Judge Jackson at (he district court, on Friday morning, with judgment given for the plaintiffs for the sum claimed with costs. Thd acllon arose over tho sale of a piano to tho defendants by tho plain' tiff company under .an agreement dat- ed March at Maeleod, whereby, In consideration of delivery and con- ditional sale to them of a Willis piano, the defendants, as alleged, agreed tc pay the plaintiff at Lethbrldge the sum of on the Instalment plan with interest al tho rate of 8 per cent, OQ the unpaid balance, the whole bal- ance to be paid forthwith on the neg- far amounted lo JM. and plaintiffs Sued for tho talance, ISSE'.Go. MacKenzle and Menzlu, of Leth- brldge, for the plaintiff, and McDonald, Martin, aud MacKenzie, of Maeleod, tor the defendants. CHIROPRACTORS FAIL TO GAIN RECOGNITION The chiropractors who have been making vigorous efforts lo gain re- cognition from the. provincial authori- ties, made littlo or no pixigress be- fore the senate of tho University of Alberta when they approached on Wednesday. that Tho question of licensing the chiro- practors was handed over lo (ho EC-U- ate by the Alberta legislature at the last session of the latter body. Tho sonale decided (hat according to the K-Kirlc-tlons placed by the legislature that It 'had not the power tu grant tha rcQUest of tho chiropractors, even If it had the authority lo do so. Tho chiropractors accordingly will have lo pass "laminations very similar to tho mcciical men and tho osteopaths 'be- fore- gaining the right which they sought. IY iff IIS Carmangay People May Join Parly to Great Falls- Some Facts. Tiio fates', euqulry from out of t6wu concerning the Great Falls trip of tho board of been from Carman- gay. The Herald's correspondent Iu that district reports tnat he has re- ceived a number of enquiries from readers there-asking particulars of tho trip. According to the latest announce- ment the round trip tram, expenses will be'in the neighborhood of 520 for each person, This wilt not Include meals. The train is scheduled to leave Jx-thbrldgo around midnight on May 23 and will be back in this cliy early Tuesday morning. People re- siding outside I-eihbridge may get In touch ihe excursion plans by writing 0. D. Edgctt of tho Edgelt Agencies, l.ethbridge. 1 Lethbridge district co_al Is becoming well established in southern Saskat- chewan. One car of coal every day Is being shipped by the Western Can- ada Collieries, of Dlalrmore, to Re- ;lnn, the Herald was Informed, this morning. So far the shipments to points farther east have not become noticeable for their quantity. This. Is'.-a eratifyins to tbo mine owners of this district as show: Ing encouragement for mere and harfior work in the campaign to pull southern Atherfa coal In an unshake-' abls position on the markets of Sas- katchewan and Manitoba. For some time mine owners have been con- ducting an active campaign to put American anthracite off the Manitoba market and replace it with their own product. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Y.M.CA TONIGHT AT All members of the associa- tion urged to be IT IS YOUR BUSINESS That will ho discussed. We will make you while you wait, Mb. of Peanut Butter for ..____. 3Sc lib. Plantation Kisses, for...........40c 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 60S Third Avenue South "Canada's Best" WILLIS PIANOS Are Unequalled for Top. al Qualities, Reliability and Durability. Our Player-Piano is tha Best on the Market. PHONOGRAPHS' VICTOR RECORDS Willis Pianos LIMITED HULL BLOCK ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Darllelt I'cars, 2K size, tin 62c Scotch Pearled Barley, pkg. 1Ec Marmalade, Malko, per pail Palm Olive Soup, 10 cakes 51.00 Oranges, per doz. 60c and 7Sc Van Iloutetfs Cocoa, per tin -15s Lemonade Powder, large .tin, each 35c Ureen and Wax Jlcan Seed, per Ib. Me Guava Jelly, 16 oz. s-za 45c Garden WhSte Sugar Honey, per Strawberry Jam, Hamsterley Fann, per pail Coffee, Royal Shield, 1 Ib. tins. each 80c Cooked Itoast Pork, per Ib.....t.. EOs Doiled Ham, per 1'u......75c Veal Ixraf, per !b....... We Siocfla SiKicialtv, Ib. 40c Breakfast Uacon, larga pieces, whole or half sides, Ib. 55c Florida Grape Fruit, 15o and 20o Xuco Nut Margarine, per Ib. 45c Orab Meat, per tin........ 60o Quaker Pearl 25o Tea, Kerr's Special, per 75o Hot House Tomatoes, per Ib. 75c California Tomatoes, per Ib. GSc per Ib. Fresh Strawberries, quart bask- Scolch Health Bran, pkg... els 65o Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs.......25c Spinach, 2 Ihs. for........ 35o GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, FRESH ASPARAGUS, NEW CARROTS, NEW BEETS, CA6BAGE, HEAD LETTUCE AND CUCUMBERS AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE. GEO. FAMILY GROCEHS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED It's What We Serve and How We Serve You That makes it pleasant and at- tractive to dine here. Variety, quality, courtesy, all iii Uio way you'll erijoy. The Silver Grill Cor, Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. J. U, MILLER, Prop. N. H. MURRAY, Mgr, Today you can come into our shop find distinctive variety and a- wide range of shades and leaves at less money than you expect to pay for such quality. Colonial Tailors FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK LETHBRJDGE Arrangements are being mado fo delegates from Lethnrlrigo to atten tho conference of western boards of trade In C'algrtry on May 1S-20. Messrs. Mat-k. McNlcol and ftose were appoint- ed at tho luncheon of the board on Thursday as delegates and an Invita- tion was IsMind to any "members who desire to lake in Ihe convention. Many fiuestlons of extreme import- ance lo western Canada 'will be dls- INQUEST ADJOURNED. dissert at this convention. Represent- MncOraw ,vs. Carpenter, johiiilonc J ativcs will be present from elites from W. Uurle, II. lho Dstlund. 1'oapst vs. U. C'. Permanent Co., It. A. Smith, Clarke, Cnrsoa. Montlcello Stale Bank- vs. Killorao, 'A. U. Hogg, {McDonald, Monllcello State Bank vs. Quest, A. V. Hogs, Archibald ft Co. Qreeu Adams V3. Sailowski, J. II, I'iilnicr, Johnstono fe Duffy '-is. fjuuk Ol e1. Jfirris, Shophcril ft Co, At the Inquest, called for on Thursday evening, on the fatali- ty In svhleh John Smcrek lost his life through his being crush- ed under a car at No. 6 tht jury contsntcd .themselves with viewing tho remains, with the in- quest ad loomed to Friday eve- nlr; X A. Johnston's PHONE 1SH 426 13th STREET NORTH For Best Quality Groceries and Provisions at Most Reasonable Prices, A TRIAL ORDER WILL CONVINCE YOU SPECIAL ON TEA FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS Finest Quality Sumatra Tea, 3 Ibs. lliis Tc-t