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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT.IT THE LETHBRIDgE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OK LIVE LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, MAY SECOND SECTION .'ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE Members of Joint Commission Get Irrigation Facts {Wind Storms Delayed lions Two Days This Week In South Alberta "Wind and sand storms were bsil at and Purple Springs yes- terday, according to reports brought by C.P.R- trainmen to- day. Work on the land was out pi v the question [or two days in those dls- 'wheat seeding fa practically com- pleted and a good start has already been made- on coarse trains. A Provincial Review CALGARY, May weeX-end will see wheat seeding all over the srovincc of Alberta practically com- pleted -Tho Calrary Herald's second crop report shows that up to Friday at noon.- between S7 and SO per cent, of the grain was planted, vrlUi the fields of early-sown wheat showing above the' ground, in many cases from threo to tour inches high. The crop tills year has been put In under fa TOrab'le conditions, plenty of moisture good growing weather, althougn there Is an Indication that rain wll tio needed within the next two or three weeks. Tho acreage planted to wheat will not be decreased to the extent as at first probably about 5 per cent., owing to the fact that the larm- made an extra effort to hustle In the grain. Barley and oats acreage -will be somewhat less than in previous jjtsars, whltcJIiLS seed not being avail- able liTEbnio districts, there also will be a slight decrease In acreage in that frain. Germination In almost every case EIGHT-HOUR-nAY FOR GALT HOSPITAL STAFF An eight-hour day.for the nursing staff, of the Oalt hos- pital will bo put into force as soon as the full complement, of student nurses is on hand. This is the policy to bo adopt- ed by the hospital board. At present tho regulation cannot be enforced, the hospital is short of lielp. Member of International Joint r waterways from tributaries of .there rivers that i en do not touch Canadian soil.'The Amer- canal, leans contend'Jhat Cadada has no right to any portion of these waters. Under a treaty, a portion tf which of tie HeraM. It Is i'liiportant thai Intending comuctltors should pay allcutlon to tins as at times two or more events wi.l bu pro- ceeding All events will occur.so that they ran be witnessed with caso from the gmml stand. 1 lu one of the large windows of the .Inilaon Bav Co.'s store Ihe prizes for !he dsv avc on exhibition. The window- is picked high with Ihem and each article hears a card showing tho [or wlilc-li it will ba given away. Commencing at one o'clock Jloiito> afternoon at Gait Canlcns the parade will be the first event of the day. it u-lll'reach Exhibition Park in-plenty of time to commence tlie events at two o'clock. From then ,lo_ lino mi ijiiimo _ sor hotel. Charles Cunslanzn was fined ami costs by Magistrate Irwiu, SLANDER CHARGE WITHDRAWN The case of Green and Adams vs. Sadinvski. claiming damages tor slimier, to have come up at the pres- ent sittings the supreme court. been withdrawn. That of AV Sadov ski vs. Green and Adams, in which damages are claimed for malicious prLcution. Is clown fur hearing on Thursday. CORN'ELL CREWS FAVORITES ITHACA. N.Y.. Slay s varsity and freshmen crews were ho! favorites over Harvard lu tho regatta was previously'published in the Her- ald, the waters of these rivers and EBERT LIFTS STATE OF SIEGE events will bo moving speedily. The vill sive some yplcndiu ex- of horsemanship iu the dlf- conditions. .linen on Lake Cayasim late today. Earl> weather forecasts indicated favorable BERLIN', May President Ehcrt iKcia has issued a proclamation raising the i tributaries was divided equally be-, slate of siege In HcrHn. Brandenburg tween Canada and. the United Slates i and the remainder of Germany whcr- 'and the Interpretation placed on .this; ever it was in force, excepting the the tricts of Busselaorr, Pnissia. and the Inerpreaon pace on ever particular section 6! the treaty by the j districts of Busselaorr, Pnissia. E4bt commission will probably decide whe- Silesia and -the province of Saxon _. i_ j __ >-Qoat-ilini' InpRR lOLalllLCijJ total amount of: i The Ladies' Aid, in the beginning) Qne Hundred Curs Needed For Tour to Show Them The District Ono-would think that n real o boom Is In progress in Lc'thbridge t day. Practically everybody on tt streets this-morning was talking Tho cause of all tlio excitement was the report received from Great Falls concerning a gusher in the Mussel' shell field that is producing about one thousand barrels a day. Visions of Calgary boom days .were brought up nnd many stories of fort- unes lost and won were retold on the ed Missions -In addition to his subscribed, in- cluding'.the-' SuntiaJ' Rcnool, f to. the Forward' Movement, of whiclrhas been paid in. This Is a very creditable feature of tha year's work The Board of Stewards reported M.2S1 reclusive of the mlssionnry amount this sum WTiita's appointment rais ed ?300.CO. The amount raised tor all purpose an' over las year Thirty-four' new .in'cinliers were r< coivcd Into Oie church (Turing the ycai The following -ladles were appointe as district visitors': McBdarnes Ilos: Gray. Lindsay, Jlcllveua, Bruce, JIooi lo, Wright, Shaw, Millar. Mr. Harold Gray was elected record- Ing steward and Mr., J. Tprranco was olocted deletrato to the ifistrlct meei- ing rtiixt Wednesday in Wesley Church for the LeUibridge district. Mrs. Hoss was appointed delegate! A so- cial hour followed. Sunday, June 13th. was. filed for (he- date of the election .of the mem-' hers of the session, i'ho pastor receiv- ed a unanimous Invitation at the Feh-j ther or not panada gets this water. Irrigation 'development In Southern Alberta dojiends'-largely.on the judg- ment rendered by.thq commission. Under present conditions practically all land is.Sow under cultivatiou in the C: I'. Ri district that the amount of i wfltor will irrigate. If Canada is given One hundred motor cars are wanted waier win in s or June 2. This is part of the or the reception of tho delegates of ic Canadian Manufacturers' Assocla- ion, who .will reacli' Lethbridge about ive o'clock In Iho afternoon of. that A- large committee of local citizens are working hard'to niako the receii- lon (o these delegates a succe_s3. Ar- rangements arc be.inj5.made fqr'Abanj- _ qu'et nnd tlie cars th'e delegates coulitry. W.( D. King is in.charge.of this branch of the arrangements and would; be pleas- ed lo.hear from any motor car-owners j to'.'give the use of; tteir cai- for several hours the j above uato. Teclaiou regarding these localities relative to the return to civil jurlsdic- .ion will lie reached in a few days. L she is now receiv- ....B......v- -nd in Southern Al- herta will. go f ahead with leaps and bounds. f C. A. Makratli, clialrman of the Can- adian section'of the commission, Is also InVtbo clfy.c He is spending the ITALY REPORTED TO HAVE 'SOLD HEW DHEADNOUGHl LONDON. May is reported from Naples that the newly-launched super-dreadnought Caracoiolo has been! sold to Japan, says a dispatch to thej Kxchango Telegraph from Rome. The Caracciolo was -launched May 12. The vessel displaces' Ions. Her mo- tors, nriven.bv'naptha, are, of in'tnn cltvv xiO is syenuine mw luis, mn da? here enf'rouU to nniingB, Mon horsepower ami her estimated speed tanaj'.whero jaiZS hour.. California liuMed obc Table; al 65o and 80c Sweet Potatoes, per tin ..._ 35o Table Potatoes, per sack MiirmalaJc, Jlilkifl's- Bcsl; mr tjn .___....... hihhys Canned Spinach, large tins Coo'inbell's .yl'orriato Sonn, per -ain Lowney's Cocoa, 1 tins for 25c Dunlop Fly Swatters, 2 for 25c Quick Tapioca Puddings, So'iir Pickles, bottjo 45c Sweet Onion Pickles, bottle. 60o tt-encli Shelled Walnuts, fancy stock, per Hi.......... S'-00 Ubliy's Molat Mince Meat, largo Jars.....- GarniEbing Cherries, per bol- tle....... 25o and fie. VAROON AND RAY SAIL LONDON, May two pro- fessional golfers. Harry Vardon- and Edward Hay, proposo sailing on tho Celtic July 7 .for the United States, where they will take part In several special exhibition matches. rbary board meeting-to retnrji'-for au-J other year, but after duo lion, has decided, to resign the charge. stretit corners and in the hotel lob Oil slock was brought up from tho bottom of many trunks and inter- est was again awakened lu. the Dream- field projects. j JAP EMPEROR IN POOR HEALTH All through the city today a spirit of optimism prevailed concerning the prospocls for oil in the south Albertr. districts. The Herald received many inquiries concerning tho location of the tiYantz oil well. Tho drilling is proceeding north of Roundup and Mus- sclshetl, which are on Ihe Chicago, Milwaukee' nnd St. Paul. Wlanelt is the riosesl rail point. Tho FranU cor- poration-own the discovery well, and ore drilling two other ells aro on sections The wells. .vcno 14-15-29 .ami Another firm, Decker-Collins spudded In e. well on 13-15-29. TOK10, May emperor is reported to be In'poor health and the iloctora have advised a.rest from of- ficial .duties. Tho'crown prince Is representing' him at slate functions. ARIZONA COTTON CROP DAMAGED PHOENIX, Ariz.. May damage lo cotton crops In the Salt River valley was caused by a freak hall storm which swept a path two milea wide last night. Ihe June Bride will be truly happy when she discovers among her numer- ous gifts a beautiful WILLIS PIANO These Instruments art to be found In all the leading schools, colleges and homes of particular An AEOLIAN VOCALION and i choice ssleetl6n of VICTOR RECORDS also makes a ouitable SUITABLE TERM3 OF PAYMENT ARRANGED WILLISPIANOS HULL BLOCK LTD. ana How We Serve Ybu Thai .makes it pltasant tractive, to dine here. Variety. quality, courtesy, nil in the y. you'll enjoy. The Silver Grill Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth J. L. MILLER, Prop. N. H. Mgr. KIRKBY'S ICE CREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS Nothing but the hest Ices, crushed fruits and syrups used. Klrkby's refreshments are dif- ferent and our service coals no more than the ordinary service. 606 Third .Avenue South PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY DOMINION BLOCK THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED. MONDA.Y Olive Butler 2Tc. and 45c Clark's Canned Soup, Cream' lirick Cheese, per _ Electric Soap Chips, 2 Ibs; 5 Mixed N'nts. per ]b. Olives, stuffed..-. 40c, 50c, Olives, plain 25c, 65c 50b ve, FlorUU Urane Fruit, 2 for.. 35c 2 His. for 3Sf Chloride Ume, 2 pkgs. 25c Fancy .V'ixei': Candy 45o'and.55c Jam. 4 lb. Hiimsterley Farm, each Tea Kcrr's Siraclal, per Ib. 7So Coffee. Wedding Hreakfast, per Crabh Meat, yei tto EOi. Oranges, sweet and juicy, per dozfn 60c and 75c Pears. Niagara Falls, size 2 50c Kclloge's Flakes, 2 pkgs. for 2Sc GEO. KERR SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Your New Suit Be Right Sunday, May Chas. Orvillc Bemham Watson Argue OF WINNIPEGl SPECIAL MUSIC Evangelist H. M. Cadwalder SUBJECT SUNDAY EVENING WILL BE "WHEN WILL JESUS COME" FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND WhatWeSeNe Consequently it must be o! good quality. Our .woollens are all imported and will give real service. Colonial Tailors FOR SERVICE COLONIAL THEATRE BLOCK Is necessary during hot weather. Our milk deliveries will leav'e earlier than usual. Kindly place bottles and 'tickets out at night so 3s not to delay the driver or cause you unnecessary in- convenience. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 ;