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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MONDAY, MAY '20, I'Jl'J LETI1BRIDGE. AUiEKTA. PAGK SliVIiN MUSICAL FESTIVAL WESLEY CHURCH ON TUESDAY i'u-.siik'nl Christophers Consent- ed lo Men Going Hack To Work !l was ol 3 o'clock the after noon ot Friday, last liiat u boil from the liluo came to the city hall In a com- iiinnlcaiion from Mat 1' laiy ot the miners' local, which em- bedii's the miners of ihe city ami tlie Federal mines, that, ac-liiic un'lcr in- Mrticttoiu from President Christo- phers of District IS. the mlnti-s In the city lo bo called out In the sympathetic stride noiv In full Thn commissioners took the bull by the norns. with a water famine ._. Blaring the cilicens In the face-. should liiore be no fuel available for1 working the pumps ior bringing the water up to the city. Corant'ssioner rtccman immediately bad printed and drcnhited acnuainting th9 citizens that il would be necessary to conserve fuel, anil, consequently, that Ihe' power he turned off during the day for general purposes ami Ihe HE'LIIS u'ould only come on in tho eve- ning anil discontinued nftftr mid- night. The were- urged to ije very careful In the amount of w'ater uscii. At the city bull the cnTlimlssioncrs pot In loneh with Christophers or piione and, pvoterting against the action lafen and polntins out what it j FIGHT CUTWORMS fr'unuerii who couleinpliite treating Ihfcir fields for cut- worms with poisoiied shorts ii'.iiture are warned that most of the shorts now being sold arc nol suitable and cannot She satisfactory results. Such millers as we have r.puruarht'1 on this subject have lo put out a limited quantity of aborts of pre-war quality for cutworm control. Other millers are relucted lo co-operate in trie same way. anil elevator companies in infested areas fee that they obt'jin at least a limited supply of shorts of pre war quality at the earliest ps-iEiiile Farm- era FCC that they do tain shorts of.this quii'lly, for ii they 1110 unable to do so, any nioTiey spent in attempting to poison the cnlwornia in this manner is almost entirely wast- ed. (Bsd.) K. H. STRICKLAND. Al 0 o'clock ton'urrow iTuesiJay) the.lwc'flli Albc-ria .Musical Festival openAi at Wesley church, and i from the number of entries and the t Interest being {akcn It will Ijt Ihe jlarjest ever held Ir. Hit- province. The competitions and concerts will I all be held" In Wesley clniw-h auditor, luni. Following is ihe program and en- tries of Tuesday's competitions: Junior WadJlnglon. Fliylls U. llawdoil. Alberta Hufner. X Christina Xolsoii, Avrll Little. Myrtle, Open WartdiBE'on, Taber; .Mrs. May V. Richardson. Cal-, I.elbb'rldEe. Mrt- J- -N'- Kennedy, I-ethbrldge. It Open Pllno-Vera ladles' Wellington.. ______________ cthbrldge' S'cra M Cooke Taber. Mrs. McDonnell.-.Mrs. Ilrander. Mrs.! 8 _ Johiifon Lelhbridjo. I In the nutter of the aeration I Many municipalities have found .04 -c sic B iTa'ell" I "die WellinSton. board asked for by i. Johnson. Lethbridje; .Miss Vera Mawhtnncy and Mrs. C. T. Herblson, Calgary. Tenor and Bass Simpson ard Mr. Walker. Kdmomoir. Mr. Sharp and Mr. M. Docker. I.eth J. II. Johnson. I ton; Mr. Allan H. Harvey, Edmonton: Mr. C. A. Indian. Calgary; Mr. M. Docker, Uthbridge; Mr. II. U. Kllner. Lcthbrldge; Mr. W. Shaw. Calgary; Mr. Uryan Tanner. Magrath; Mr. Lyna torin in the foiloviing set telegram re- ceived by tho city clerk from F. A. Acklantl. Deputy Minister of Labor. The telegram says 'Application has been received from ollicials of Civic v_____.____ _____ Employees Kederal Union. Local No. Hollo. Carman- 70. requesting establishment by Mln- t M- jister of I-abor of board of conciliation Naftel, Calgary; Miss KUllli W. Mor-1 Small Choir: United churdi clu brldge; Mr. Jl. M. Wniddington aud Magrath; (Mr. Douglas II. Teller. Mr. 'A. l.Me'TO Johnston, Letbbriilge. Dorothy investigation as between your cor- Nalle Cagary. ,MISR r.uun .urn- oiuau I.-HMUU nf pm Ban. J.J. UthbrMge; Immediate choir ut of the order to ca.H city mln- jrs out a'nd. there- ivas or- ganized a committee of one hundred o get ready lo operate lite city mine. improved upon, hut great difficulty Is ;perlenced-4n getting the men out. whole Knsllsn brigide made rushes onto the Scotch defense. Jimmy Gurr retereed. and the game was a very interesting one, and a far belter one than the score would .SUE- sest. The attendance was good, bul in 1 no degree comparable with the crowds of "previous internationals. f The teams lined up as follows: England Walton 'Kesbilt Walton Parsons Holberton Firth and there Is nowhere near the amount ot enthusiasm among the English foot- ballers that there used to he. And not only is this noticeable on the field, for it is-j'jst about as hard to stir up any interest among Hie fans. This is to be regretted, ton all will agree. Ibat tho old rivalry between the tnislle and the rose was Ihe making of football in Letiibridge. Wesley CpKey Mclntyre Ilincks N. Gnrr The Scotchmen earned llielr .Tic- t on they were the better .but three goals. True, rhe'Bas company bad also been j thev locj. of tbeir .op-, nunicated witb and arrangements j alld were-quick in. press- een 10 the lark ot funds had to be carried but Ihey probably hare a> over until this year, and aro now be- j much lo slop-as did Nesbit add Wai lug paid out of 1910 revenue. Ion junior. The two cenlro halvos ____ ___ ilolbcrton and Whyte, aro too wel known lo nee3 comment, for everyone IISER AN IMPORTANT MEETING qi'llie Waler Users In the Coaldale Water Users'. Irrigation Dis- Irict will lie beld Oii TUESDAY Evening, May 27 Al 8 o'clock iho' evening at the of lha COALDALE COMMERCIAL CLUB All water users aro urgently requested to.atUnd.r-Secretury.. hompion Allin Tennanl Linui r Robertson Mcllvena White1' Mutton Easton f--Anderson' Dunlop Scotland Tonight on the DuCf Addition grounds the boys of Fieetwood and Central schools will bn put through a couree of training for soccer by j those well-known players, Billy llol-1 berton and Johnny Easlou. Also on -the north side. Billy Hullon and Geo. 'arsons will put the boys through it at Adams Park. Parenti, get out and see" the boys play. Tomorrow, at the ball North 1-etbbridge will meet the Vets. This the first fiiture tor these two learns, and it is likely to be a'great eamo. Both teams are considered "Iho and tomorrow night at the ball park will see a game you should not miss. Players-are requested lo 'be on tbs ground al 6.45, to alart at 7 slurp.'.Citizens; support the boys. They jiiiting up a great class of bail.' mm: A REAL SNAP IN AN IRRIGATED FARM IN COALDALE DISTRICT COES THIS SOUND GOOD? A quarter section farm, all irrigable, full water right, SO acres in alfalfa anil timothy, 30 acres in wheat, an acre and a.half In potatoes. 5 acres in oats, the balance in stubble to be Eummerfallowed; Is five miles from Coaldale. and seven miles from Lelhbridge. less than three miles from siding. For Immediate sale we can sell Ibi. farm lor EIGHTY IWLUMIS AN1 ACRE. The terms are easy; ?3000 cart will handle it. The crop on Ibe land all goes lo the imrchaser. CAN YOU PFAT 'T? The crop this year will halt nay for II. If you went an Irrigated farm, something that you know will produce a good, crop, whether we get any (more rain this year or, not, look this up. Do not miss this opportunity if you vant a good Irrigated farm cheap. If you are too late IcTget this have others, bul this is cite of'tbe very best snaps tnat we have- Don't waste time writing or telephoning about it. fcet us show jt to you and be prepared lo close it up AT ONUB. THE SUGG1TT AGENCY COALDALE "IRRIGATED LAND SPECIALISTS Office Phone SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S SUMMER RESORT {.renter attractions than cvor. IlLrouEliouL and is now Tho bas been OPEN FOR TOURISTS nol rpend your vacallon In itic mosl licauHfuj part of the Itocklcs, anil when- rstns arc very moderate. Fivcry facjlily- for fishing, hoaling and all s-ports. -.Rtoy al Lsken llolcl. JOHN HAZZARD, Prop. Half Ratssto eturned knows Iheir ability; they both playei admirably till time up. Scotland's at tack was'more lively'than the looser Allan, and Llnning .seemins to understand each other's play 's well, they were well suppnnel h Iheir wing men. England's forwai-.js iiail hard Incknin not si-orins, the worked hard all man limes the fans (nouted goal, as th shots went in. but they cojl'J iiol connect. Nesbitl won the toss ami se. .Ine., Scotch to play against the Mrong wlntl bior.-inff, surely a tiard task for tontu to against. Enginnl be. 1) press ami lie.'.', their oprbliCllU own tin Uhe first period. Time and time again, 'one could not see bow a score conlil hi misseil. but when' the ihols flow i str.tigbt, was nlwnys there, and many were the'times that the shots j went wide. The balLv.-as.behinl fa- a gieat part of the half. Alter ten rain- nle.vof liard fighting, the boys In hiue gol away. aiid jnvo Ncsbiit a great run up' the field, but with n smart bii of work ho look! Ihe ball off. tho toes ot Linning anil returned It to his foi- wanls. Jlclntyrc had Iho ball .ind Iho fnns shouted 1ml he was late; and was by Whytc, whn inss- el lo Allan, the latter sending out. lo lloberhon, who ulailc a breakaway right field, anil had mibody to beat but Walton, which ho did'with a, gent: which Walton conl.l iioV touch', (Ireal wo'rk nnd a ijroat silt'-. i prise lo all, Scotland wore one up. This put now life Into Iho game anrl England rcnoiveil tho iittack with force nnd twice Icslcd linnlan, hut he wns i Johnny on the spol, allliongli ho tatnV- lei) one very lint cd. pulllns Iho ball behind. Woslley put lit n gonil corner, but the- cler.rcd the panio was. itred to other end whero-Ncsbill conceded corner. Haek came the red and white brigade, and once more Mclntyrn was In Eotul shooting Uon out dailiM loo long ivilh the ball r.iirl lost It. Scotland played well the wind, nud soenied fo hear a.charmed life, for ibrongh Olirr anil Ilolbt-itoii many gpaa s'r.ots..went -in. No Great Changes Except in the Through Cardston-Calgary On. Sunday neit Hie summer I schedule goes into effect on C. 1'. R. lines. The chief in services in lliis schedule is in connection.with the new service from Cardston to Calgary. Train No. 537 leaves Cards- ton al's a.m.. arriving at Lelhbrldgo aV 11.15 a.m., leaving Lethbridge at 11.26 a.m. for Calgary via Macleod, arriving at Calgary at 16.45 p.m. Train No. 533 leaves Cnleary at S.50 a.m., arriving at via Mac- leod at 2.10 p m., leaving for Cardslon at 2.30 p.m. and arriving in Cardston al 6 o'clock. This gives Cardslon peo- ple only 3 1-4 Lethbrtttee in- etoad of about five hours as.formerly. -Thore is practically no change on tbo Cotilts daily nor on the Many- berries train which runs twite a week i formerly. Tho.t'rain from Calgary via Lethbridge New Train Schedule taking Effect June 1st, 1919 Train p.m. Ex Crow's N'est...... Train a.m. Bi Calgary (Vii Alieraydel Train 8.50 a.m. El Calgary (Via Mscleod) Train' E? Calgary......... (Via Aldersyde) Train p.m. Bi Medicine Hat Train a.m. Bt Medicine Hat Train .J374- S.OO a.m. St. Cardston Train Lelhbridge Train Lellibridge................ Train 1.30 p.m. Bi Coutls Train Lethbridge Train llanyberrics LETHBRIDGE 'Arrive LczVe 2.00 a.m p.m. 2.15 p.m. 3.40'p.m. Arrive Medicine Hat Arrive Medicine 2.10 p.m. 3.30-p.m. Arrire Cardslon 3.20 a.m, 3.25 Lm. 4.20 p.m. i.30 p.m. 0.29 p.m. C TV; ".45 a.m. Arrive Crow's KMt: 4.35 p.m. Arrive Calgary (Via I1.I5 a.m. Arrive (VIn Macleod} i 2.fO a.m. Arrive. Calgary (Via Aldorsydc) 3.30 a.m. Arrive Coutts 6.15 a.m. 7.00 p.m. 6.00 p.m. 0.00 a.m. 0.40 ji.m 16.45 p.m 7.10 a.m. noon Toronlo Bipre-Ss.Xo. 4 lea'ves Medicine Ifaf.......... Trans-Canada Limited No. 8 leaves'Medicine Hat----- Imperial Ltmlled No. 2 leaves Medicine Hat Soo Express' No. 14 leaves.Dunmore................. Vancouver Biprees No. 3 leaves Calgary............ Truns-Canada I.lmileii N'o. 7. leaves Calgary Imperial Limited No. 1 leaves-.Calgary Son Express No> 13 leaves Calgary..........'..'....... No 543 Lethbridge to Calgary 'carries Standard sleeper. .Passengers can go aboard a p.m. S (5 a.m. Arrive Manyberrles (Tnes. and .Frld.'i OVerL and Sal.) D.05 p.m. Kastbound.- 5.00, a.m. Eastbonnil (Standard Sleepers only) S.OO a.m. Eastbound. i Eastbound. H.lCi Westbound. 1.45 a.m. (Standard Sleepers oaly) 4..25ja.m. Westbound. 5.25 a.m." Westbound. m. which is somewhat later than for le Leaf Tires these the Maple Leaf Plain Tread o the same will'give you exactly what you expect service. _ no {reak features about Maple Leaf Tires, but for solid out, painstaking care in design and construction, critical every stage and tested ability on the rqad, you cannot for the money. Mode in Canttia The Kubber Co, ;