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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE QP LIVE LOCAL NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1920 LETHBRIDGE. .ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN' FIRST LETillDGE-OlEDl LAAA. I.O.D.E. Holiday, Dance Lelli bridge -Aii'cnifl, Have are onljr to get delivery of one at Delivery of -Their. First present. These machines are tested 'and reliable. They develop 6S lo 7_0 Machine Being Assembled 'and Flight May Made on Victoria Now on the Air-Map. Is All Letttbridge will Jooklug up !n the nest few days, and stlS ne will be a couimon complaint. There ar- rived In the :city-yesterday tho first unit ot the Jlesl of aeroplanes for the Lelhbrldge Aircraft Ltd. Tlie ntaclilnf came knocked down and will be taken ot once to the fair grounds, where tlia company liavc made arraugnients for hangar facilities. "Jock" Palmer and Harry FHzslm- luons anil their mechanics will iiebusy for the next few days assembling and rigging. A flight on the 2-lth Is a pos- sibillty. The new machine, which was pur- chased from the Ericspu Aircraft Co., Ltd., of Toronto. Is a Curtlss'J. N. 4, with nn eight cylinder engine de- veloping 00 horse power, ft is a two seater and lias a wing spread of 22 feet. It is the same style of machine aa Cant. Hoy iised-in his Irans-Uookies trip and which was seen' by practlc: ally ail Lethbridge last summer. The company have ordered two but miles per hour when in Sight, depend- ing on weather conditions. They burn about S to 10 gallons of gas per hour when given their head. The company contemplate and are preparing for a very busy season. Many arrangements hare been spoken (or but not booted till tho company were sure they could deliver the goods, as pianos are hard to get de- of. Fixing will be done by Captain 3. B. (Jock) Palmer, D.C.M., a Lethbrldgo- reared boy, who hardly needs an in- troduction to the public of Southern Alberta. He put Letubrldge on the flying map in the war days, and now intends to do tlie same during tho years of peace. On the holiday evening, cu Mon- day, the biggest dance of Hie season will be staged the inaln pavilion .at tho fair grounds when the Letht' Amateur Athletic Association and the Sikokotokl Chapter, I. O. D. B., co-opcratlug, will put on a ball for the benefit of. tha- two organizations. This is the first dance to be held this year in the big pavilion where dances! in tho past hava been such a great success, and the event will be a fit- ting wind-up of the holiday, one tea- luro of which, tho Hudson's Day free picnic, will bring visitors by the hun- dreds to the city. The pavilion is being beautifully of aerodroffie at GREAT FALLSm 10 Banquet on Monday Followed By Big Leaves' 11 p.m.'Saturday Everything looks fine today for the Great Palls trip. O. li. Edgetl said this morning. Interest Is apparently CLUB CAFE PROPERTY SELL'S FOR BIG PRICE The price at which property ou 5lh St. Is changing hands may be. gauged by the purchase of the Club. Cafe, tho building owned by Sir. O. R. llarnoch, by Sir. 7M. Goodman for tho sum of Mr. Goodniln will move his-business to the new quarters about July 1st. RE. Miebach Will Build Garage For Ford Agency on Sixth St. South decorated for the event, and Kiluorn's kee 110 trouble is anticipated In Jazz Orchestra Is being secured. Re- lhe required.number of pas- freshment booths aro being provided j sengcrs. Tne train will leave Utp- In IhA main ntiTMrtn Ihfi-hlsrnall In _.____ .__-j AA _._t_ in the main portion of the big In fact, nothing is being left undone, and the function is sure to attract a mon- ster crowd. I.cthbrldge, and it being tho licensed home of an aircraft transportation company, puts the Southern Alberta city ou par with the other big cen tres that are working towards trans Canada aerial development. SoTo'ral articles-dealing with this phase of the subject are noted in the eastern exchanges, in all .of which Lethbridge is mentioned as taking uer place as a pioneer for establishment of air transportation. bridge between 11 and 11.30 o'clock) Saturday night and will be In Great I Kails between 7 and 7.30 o'clock the iiest morning. At Great Fall.s plenty of entertain- ment is promised. A banquet will be given by the Great Flails Commercial Club aad oa Monday nfght visitors from Letbbridge wlll.be entertained at a dance. Monday will be a busy day for'all and" Sunday will not lag. This much has -been assured by tho Great Mills hosts. Those desiring to take in tlie trip can obtain' the necessary information l and Mr. Edgntt. Many may not bo canvassed, but any time up to tho minute the train learea will not-ha too late to party. HBEFEAliE ATH1CO.PI Will.''Stage Series of Cavalry Events Never Before Seen Here Barons-Carmangay Petition Be-j ing Firms Ask Particulars Indications now are that the elec- tion in the Lethbridge Northern Irri- gation District will not bo held until July. If the- Barons-Carmangay dis- trict is able to get its petition into ahapo In good timo the election will be held in that It is expected, but any delays are Ikely to cause the election to be back into the fall season. Amateur Sport Will Get Great and G. C.'s Clash Friday will see the opening of the bascbnli season in IjCtlibrldgu and will herald back to this cily the suprem- acy, of amateur syorti Tt-is :Eoins to be a big" duy for tho'baseball bors aad the baseball fans and many sec- tions of Hfo in LethbridKe aro taking part iu the day's proceedings. ;Th'i; ..Moiinties arc going to be right in It up to the hilt. Boucber, one of tho Columbus Club- players, and a Mountiu, is responsible for the state- ment that his fellow will be out in force .in the parade and will bo decked put iii fanlv costumes. The Mounties arc all fans Dud intend to. do all in tbeir power to see that tho opening game between the Columbus Club and the Hotarians CLAIM IS DISMISSED f.- In the maintenance claim for I- which has been before i- the supreme court, in the suit of Wilson vs. Dulmer, His Lord- ship Mr. Justice Walsh dismiss- ed the claim of the plaintiff. In doing so he pointed oat that. .there was a moral obligation on the part of the defendant to" 'V meet the claim-but, in that there was no legal obligation, he had to take the course he did in dismissing the claim. v tho meeting ot the board of trustees of the Jjethbridge Northern one week I from Tuesday more definite informa- .iou will be at hand as to just how .hu Barons-Carmangay petition slando aii- Members of the Hoyal Canadian Mounted IJoliee will take a pforiil nent part in the field day on May 2 being put on by tho Hudson's Baj company, as part of the birthday cele- bration. Many entertaining feats wil ha staged by the Mountics'that are sure to be- pleasing to the public. One event, wrestling on bare-bac' horses, will give the spectators plenty to laugh about. Tilting at the ring and teut-peggiug aro two other stunt that will Bold tho interest of all. Tenl pegging with, lance and fancy tent pegging are said to ho winners so fa as interest is concerned. fighting Is something every person will want to get on their toe to eee. Section jumping is' a stun that all lovers of horses will take delight in. It will he a good test o tlie horsemanship of the riders. Th Lloyd Lindsav race is another even the Mouniies will offer. will bo an affair long to be remem- bered in the annals of amateur base- ball in Lethbridge.. Of course the Rotary Club Is not silting" down when their represents- trves are fighting for the first victory of the season.. The Rotary Club is the prime mover in organizing the' par ade for Friday evening. The parade is scheduled to start from in fron: of the Herald office at 6 p.m. and wil traverse the downtown streets and end at the ball park, so that the game w-ill be able to start between 6.30 and 6.45 o'clock. Follow the parade, will be th motto tomorrow afternoon. A rccort crowd is the aim of those behind th opening game.' Every member of tho] baseball league -will be out In uniform, j showing a splendid spirit of co-oper- ation on that-occasion. 'A good game is promised the fans. The Kotarimu feel that they will givo the Columbus Club a good battle, and the Columbus Club feels tho same way about the Hotarians. The executive of tho senior iMgue are determined that the crowd, at "no game durlilg the season, will bo corarelled to wait for the starting after the official time has passed. This Is one step talten to ensoro the public that they y'1'1 ed in regard to now taxation as nounced in budgets. The budget, It is true, has yet to receive the endors- atlon of the house, and it may be that the taies may be modified in commit- tee. They stand to he Increased or re- duced, with other mortifications. This being the'case, the taxes when collect- ed will be subject to amendments of the budget with provision made for refund or for addition as the. circum- stances dictate. That the collection of tho new taxes will be added work to the inlanO revenue department there can be no Question, and there is no doubt that tho staff will have to be increased to handle the new business. get a square season.. .deal all through the Inland Revenue Officers of This Province Haven't Received Instructions Jlr. X. Saucier, inspector of inland royeuiio for tho province, and 'Mr. E. .Fletcher, collector, were In tho city on Thursday on their way back to Calgary nfier a tour of Inspection. In regard to collecting tho new im- posts under the regulations in-what is known as the tax on luxuries, no advlco has FO far been received from Ottawa. Mr. Saucier, however, ex- pects that instructions aro awaiting liim at the head office In Calgary. That the lax will bo put Into force immediately, thoro ia no question, following the rule already establish and, it is a definito nouncement as to the- election will be made at that meeting. The Maclcod petition ia in proper shape and has been advertised once, hi accordance with regulations of the Irrigation -Act. Interest in the construction work is 'spreading 'a .One reason expected for delays is Jnspector Eddie of Department the receiving of replies from owners I rt _rt_ T residing outside of the. district. At] Says Involved in Southern Retjuesls Applications for loans under the Coiy .Bill have been more numerous j from' Southern Alberta than was ex- A. G.: Eadie, ot tho Livestock Encouragement Department ot" tlie Al- berta government uaid this morning.! Mn.Eadio is dovfn from Edmonton on an inspection trip.; applications have been received by the" department from this end, of the represents an approximate cattle of .In order, to obtain a loan ies are still being received-at the of- fice ot the district in regard to the date when bids will be waited. Let- ters have been received 'from the Northern Construction Company and the Loomis, SIcFee and 'McDonald, firms of Vancouver. GETS PROMOTION REGINA, Sask., D. C. U- Simpson, C.E., assistant to the chief engineer for this military them before the moneyjs turned ove district, has been transferred to Que- bee as senior'engineer officer of Mili- tary District No. 3. He la leaving Regina today. an .ass'ociatfon of five members at least must be fprmed'and to each such association the' average grant is Mr. Badfe's duties at present con- -sist of. premises of farmers', who' are applying for loans through associations. The department either buys the cattle or passes on H the cattle are bought locally the government Inspects them, brands them if they meet with.approval, and then pays tho LOOK LOOK FRIDAY Here is the Place to Buy Yoiir PEANUT BUTTER We make It day- 1 lb.. Peanut .Buttsr, :-.-..OC- for 1 lb. Peanut Brittle, 1 lb. Old Country Pepper- tfi mint, for 4UC 1 lb.'Plantation Kisses, for.......-----....... lb. chocolate Kisses, for.................. 1 Balled Peanuts, for................... Or 3 Ibs. of the abovo assorted for..... 40c 40c 50c 40c 1.00 SPECIAL ON CHOCOLATES V2lb. lib.. 2 Ibs. Try our ROOT BEER ICE CREAM SODAS 15c ..30c ..45c .60c lOc KEITH'S 608 Third Ave. S. More Liberal Policy Conditions Can Be Obtained From My Nan-Board Fire Companies Than From Others, As Wei! As Lower Premiums, Let us carry your risk. DOIIT-NOW! E. R. J. Forster Phone 1793 WE do not compete in price the ordinary piano, but wo do compete In quality willi the best on the markot. THE WILLIS PIANO "CANADA'S BEST" Is a good investment for the reasotrtliat money well spent is money saved. Comfe In and let us demonstrate these wonderful pianos, and player-pianos. We Also Have a Full Line of STANDARD PHONOGRAPHS VICTOR RECORDS Willis Pianos urchases Site Behind Bank of Montreal and Expects to' Start Construction at Best Garage in Southern Alberta. One of the biggest real estatt transactions in the city (or a long time was consummated on Wed- nesday when H. E. Mictach, who holds the Ford agency here, pur- chased from F. W. Downer and associates, the property at the rear of the Bank of Montreal, fac-'_ Ing east on 6th SL S., at a price which, though not announced, is known to run well into the five figures. After the deal Mr. Miebach made the statement to the Herald that he would begin within thirty days to trect on his new site the most modern garage in southern Alberta. The garage, which 'will be at least two storeys, will cost In the neighborhood of to erect, though if plans which Mr. Mtebach U now considering are gone aheaji with, the total. coat may be a great deal more. The present Ford Garage on 3rd Ave. S. is considerably, out of the way of auto traffic coming into the eliy, and in looking about for a new site Mr. Miebach endeavor- ed to secure one as close as possible to the business section, on a payed street, and with an east facing. This he hat secured, and he states that he Is not going to be stingy with money to make the garage in keeping with the site. Mr. Miebach states that he hopes to have the new garage ready to open for the fall rush of business which will follow the harvesting of the crop now being planted. A. F. P. Get Them in Empress 'District After Two Months1 Investigation Following up investigations on ivhicli they were busy for the past three iveeks, Detecltvo Martin and Corporal Clarke ot the A.'i'. P., Hat, arrested [our men al- leged to be implicated in the stealing of a number of horses in tho Empress district. The men concerned aro .Frank and -Chris Gallup, of Caven- dish, and Koy and Francis Hutchison, of Schuler. The brands on tho stolen horses, JocHtedfby lhe police and now in (the pound iit lhe Hat, all "fixed" wilh now brands over the old one3, Tlie inon appeared before is I rate Hea of MctTcJne Hat and were remanded until May 2GUt for tbeir preliminary hearing, bail being al- lowed of cacrh. Retail Merchants The regular monthly luncheon of the Retail Mer- chant's Association will be' held .TONIGHT, at 6.30, at the Alberta Grill. This will be an IMPORTANT MEETING Every merchant is asked lo be there, whether a member or not. Mr. Kellas, provincial secretary, will be present and the NEW LUXURY TAX WILL BE DISCUSSED It's What We Serve and How We Serve You Tiiat makes It pleasant'and at- tractive to dine liero. Variety. quality, courtesy, all in tlie you'll enjoy. The Silver Grill Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth SI. J. L. MILLER, Prop, N. H. MURRAY, Mgr. LlbbyTs Moist Itiince Meat, large jars 80c Garnishing Cherries, per bot- tle.............. 25c' and 40c Sweet Onion PIcWcs, uoltle 50o Sour Onion bottle 45s Tomato Catsup, bibbs's SDc Clark's Potted'Meats; HEAD LETTUCE, CUCUMBERS; LEAF -LETTUCE, NEW I CABBAGE, NEW BEETS, NEW CARROTS, NEW TURNIPS, RADISHES, GREEN ONIONS AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES. r Shelled f.incs- per Crabb Meat, uer til1. 50c OliTes, plain 15e, <0c, 50c -65c Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for.. 35c Bananas, 2 Ihs. Tor ....'...35r. Oranges, sweet and juicy, per dozen 60c and 75c Alfalta lloucy, per jar 85c Evaporated Peaches, fancy stock. ner lb. tiold Bar Aprioote.'.per tin 35c 1'ears, Niagara Falls, size 2 50c Lavender "Bath Soap. DOc Chloride Linie, 2 pkgs. 25c Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 2 for GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED KIRKBY'S ICE CREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS Nothing, bat the best .ices, crushed fruits and syrups used. Kirltby's refreshments aro dif- ferent and our service coats no more than the ordinary service. 606 Third Avenue South The Unseen Parts of Our Clothes have the necessary work on them to assure you of their shape keeping. We use the best 'oLinvaa. hiiirc.oth, otc., we can buy. Colonial Tailors FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Cream Prices On and after May 20th we will pay the following prices for cream, f.o.b. your shipping point; Extra Sweet......... 62c per ft. Butterfat No. 1 Churning 59c per ft; Butterfat No. 2 Churning Butterfat Remember we pay express charges on all cream shipments anfJ remit by money order for tli shipment received. Crystal Dairy Limited ;