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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE 0? LIVE LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY. MAY 26.1920 LETHIWDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEWN Air-Buffer Eighteen Pounders- Recruit Soon For Sum-', mer Camp Guns have arrived for the new Lethbridae batteriej. Recruiting for the 20th and 39th Batteries will open within a week. Orderly rooms will be opened In Hender- ton garage and preparations for summer about the end of June, will proceed. Such was' the announcement made Monday by Major Barnacal, of the 39th Battery. With Major McKIUop, of the 20th Battery, he Is anxious to obtain as many mem- ber Secretary Rose. Mem- h'ers from town are: T. Crofts, Commerce; John Powelson, llayraond, vice-chairman of the Irri- gatin Development Association; R. T. McNich'oi; Macleod; Chris Jensen, Magrath; .R.YAV- Rlslnger, New Day- ton; Ted Sunrfohl, Taber; W. I.arsen, Grassy Lake; F. S. Leftingweli, War- ner; L. C. Burnan, Barons; Baker, Nemlscam; W. M. Merriatu. Lucky Strike; S. B. Smith, Mountain View; b. C. Kmerry, Lone Rock; J. Macfad- yen, Macleod; John Bass, Lothbridge, and J. McD. Davidson, Coaldale. PRINCIPAL OF RAYMOND AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL HAS BEEN APPOINTED Mr. O. S. Longman, of tha Clareshoim Agricultural -fr lege, has been appointed prln- cipal o( the ciew agricultural school at Ilaymohd, which will opeu classes iu October. Jj, Jfr ff fy Jf fy Jjt S PIE CHEERFULLY Clothing Merchants Say Tas Ha4 Made No Difference In Purchases sTcgro Marries White Girl Here Are Sent Rick to Uncle Sam INTERPLEADER IN FELGER FARMING CASE BEING HliARD CO that is how well.spend tha 0( the o[ seed day. Wilh no saws and hammers ply- (llg Klllcll iiaB aona jn Ins, no nctory-whistle Dlows. j Alberta: how tho hustlers will be sighing to Oats. Bly. Flaic. get out their -working clolJies! De Winton...... 60 40 10 Oboioks........ 75 75 Aldc.-syde...... 95 High River......100 Cayley......'... 95 Nantou 90 Parkland 93 Staveley 70 The second Interpleader case in 'tho Claresholm......W Felger Fanning Co. suit, that ot Liver- j Woodhouse..... 'J5 good vs. John Horne, is occupying the Oranum......'..' If, attention of the resumed sittings ot Nobloford au lhe supreme court. This is a suit by i Barons SO 30 75 SO 60. 20 25, .g cool weather, will go a long way to'.restoring crops damaged by recent high winds. Moose Jaw Got Soaked MOOSE JAW, Sask., May city nijd district received one and a half. Inches of rain yesterday, It being the .heaviest 5Iay raintall for several 30 years. Seeding, of what little wheat was left to be done and the coarser grains 'will b'e held up for a day or two, but this is compensated for by the.moisture which in some places -'beginning, to be needed.. The MUST PROVE IT WAS REAL STUFF Whether1-" a bottle labelled "Capitol Club from St. Paul, >fiDni, Is over two per cent, has to be proved by the same being sent up to Edmon- ton to be Analysed hy the gov- eminent Rnalyst. Chnrged with selling liQubr at the city police court, Sam Bik- L gh winds of. the last week had dried tf denledMhat It was over tLe ground until the situation was not two per Tbe case was very promising.- I to have a bylaw prepared, striking the'the Judgment creditors to set aside I Carmangay tax rate for 1920 for public taxpayers the claim of Mr. John Horhe for a Champion .at 42 mills and for separate school Hen In notes and chattel mortgage on Klrkcaldy taiparers at JS.S4 mills. In sheep seized by .the sherifi to this there will be the supplementary to satisfy the claim of the plaintiff and tax rate of one mill, 'i'ue pubuc others for wages due from the Fclger school fajc stands at 13.33 mills, and Farming Co. The judgment .creditors tho separate" school at 18.90 mills.. !n, are. represented by. Mr. L. M. John- the school -taxes provision has been stone, K.C., ot Johnstone Ritcbio, .made for contingencies in regard 'Mr. R. A. Smith. The defendant 90 tho poll tax, the levying ot which has' represented by Mr. S. J. Macleod been declared, to be illeEal according Ot Shepherd, Dunlap "Rlcei brocket to the Tusllcc, Walsp. Vulcan Ensign Hrant ?0 BlacWo SO Mazcppa lupp Monarch '95 40 ot) 60 lGtter: carriers are again i to-strike. remanded pending the analysis of the conle'nts of the fcottle. IRRIGATION FLUME IS DAMAGED BY WIND Tim recent high -winds blew away 350 feet of the flume which takes the irrigation water into Henderson Lane. Tho flume goes through a; slough, and to get at It for repairs the' fire brigade was requisitioned to pump "out the water which covered it. Over half a million gallons o[ water were pumped oul. it's What We Serve and How We Serve You That makes it pleasant arid at- tractive to rtino here. Variety, quality, courtesy, all in tho way you'll enjoy. The Silver Grill Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. J. L. MILLER, Prop, N. H. MURRAY, Mgr. A wedding. under suspicious circumstances, with tho color- of white slavery tinging it, to'oit place in the city a few days ago, wllh the parties going on to Taker after the ceremony, conducted in a private residence. The. prlndr pals were a colored man who llyed here and a white girl who camo over from the'States. Tho bride Is described to bo young aiid very beautiful. Tho mlnialer .who con- ducted the ceremony became very suspicious of Vhoie ctrcum- stances and reported- the matter to the police. As, a consequence' the mounted police got. to'work and arrested the cfmplc, who1 were deported, to the United States..A., matron accompanied !the-bride' td the the pair were handed 'over to the authorities" on the other side. Citizens ot Lethoridge seem to bs paying tho new luxury taxes in a cheerful manner. Several retail mer- chants Interviewed today said they have had no difficulty with any pur- chasers, the customers paying the taxes without any question Several clothing merchants claimed that the tax, so far, has not made any difference to their business. Bales have beea running along about the same. Many changes may yet take placo In the taxes. The Dominion house is still worrying with them and there Is a chance that many amendments may ho made In the list published In tho Herald, which at that time was offic- ial. When It Is possible to give a new and full list of the taxes, an announce- ment of them will be made. For the Southern Alberta district one man (3 responsible for the collec- tion ot these taxes. Sir. C. T. Wood, whose headquarters are In ,Leth- brldge, has charge of this extensive- district, and In his opinion, It will be necessary to employ a large Btad of assistants, in order that the district can be covered effectively. It will bo a good sired job for one inan to ool- the taxes in Lethbrldge, without working the railway lines throughout the district. MONTANA CAR SEIZED FOR EVADING CUSTOMS A car from 'Montana, alleged Id have come over without a. permit and without paying customs dues, and sus- pected hy the police to have arrived In the city.for conveying liquor across the line, has been seized by Detectives Sid Wallls and Pat. Bgan ot the city police force. The car has been.turn- ed over to tho customs authorities. We are now open for business in new premises and as we arc increas- ing our staff, will be able to execute all orders promptly. If your shoes are worth fixino, have'them done by tlie only practical shoe makers in liie business In the city. II coits no more. We call for and deliver orders to all parts of city. PHONE 693 418A Fifth St. 3 Doors South of Colonial Theatre. 'S ICE CREAM DISHES ARE DELICIOUS Nolbtng but tho best Ices, crushed fruits and syrups used. Klrkby's refreshments ere forcnt and our Bervico coats no morp than tho ordinary scrrlco. 606 Third Avenue South WANTED FIVE TO TEN THOUSAND SQUARE FEET FLOOR SPACE By a large Garment Manufacturing Firm, desirous of starting a factory in Alberta. Communicate in first instance with BOX 79, HERALD, LETHBRIDGE. OF FIXTURES 1 Glass inches high, 20 inches wide, 32 inches long. 1 Small Upright inches high, 15 inches square. 1 Oval Glass inches high, 23 inches long, 12 inches wide. 1 Stimpson Scale 1 Toledo Scale 1 Small Dayton Scale 1 Cheese Cutter 1 Paper Cutter 3 Paper Racks 2 McCaskey Registers. 1 Coffee Mill (hand) 1 McVStie and Price's Biscuit Case. 2 Christies' Biscuit Cases 1 SraaB Counter 2 Large Counters 1 Sterling Meat Slicer 3 Window Blinds, 5 ft. 6 Files. J. TICKNER Thirteenth Street, Opposite Carnation MUV, ei.-.19c Jelly Powders, per ylig. 14c Marmalade, t'roBBe Black- well's, 1 ib.'gTasa 40e Beans, Kotcnashi, per Ib. 10c Tea, Nabob, per !b., 70c WclllnBlon Knife: Kellosg's Krumblo Bran, per 20e Coffee, Our Ideal Blend, good flavor, per 63c Orange Marmalade, Ms.lMn'i Beet, per While Castile Soap, Pendray'a Pearl, twin bars, 3 for 25c Sanlflush, per tin 33c Pam-Iy-ade, one tube makes a quart of orange syrup, enough for 32 glasses, per tube 35c Keller's Dundee Marmalade, 4 lb. palls, Tomatoes, I tins for 45c Green Gage Pluma 3Oo Fork and (all can, ea. 24c GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Annual Meeting G. W. V. A. NEXT Sunday, May 3Oth AT 3.00 P.M. IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS All Members Are Requested To Be Present. Our Clothes Make Good Their flno appearance and their Impression create a make-good Influ- ence on the1 man woo wears thorn. Colonial Tailors lhe June Bride will be truly happy when: she among her numer- ous .gifts a beautiful WILLIS PIANO These Instruments are to be found In all the leading and homes of people, An AEOLIAN VOOALION and a choice selection of VICTOR RECORDS also makes a suitable gift. SUITABLE TERMS OF PAYMENT ARRANGED WILLISPIANOS HULL 3LOCK LTD. Early Delivery Is necessary during hot weather. Our deliveries will leave earlier than usual. Kindly place bottles and tickets out at night so as not to delay the driver or cause you unnecessary in- convenience. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 ;