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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It TUESDAY, MAY 1111'J i. AUIEHTA. PAGK SEVKN Wiili ;i yurcly oiK-iiing, mo Musical Kusllval WAS huusuniloil nuirniiij; ai o'clock ai Welter hall. 'Mr. llliy.s Thomas anJ Mr. Tor- llus Notili us HilJmlit'iUors. The hall _ was well tilled with ihe parculj auil j friends "f tlic rtmiiiL'tltorK anil mlicr liltJal, A i-cilllLclli! awjmle-cl ILe hiiOn-51. I'jlllh Dall, ivilh Vic. The uilicr iwo i-ouiiiclilors svc-ro Vlrpinui Daniels anJ "MArlou Bell, Ucil willi NO CHAIRMAN YET Messrs. Wilson and. Mi'Nabb, ibt reprcsL'tiiuiives respectively nfljoiuled I he foiiiiiiKsion- ers ami ilit Jvlu employees LO a'I un Lhc arbilrutioi) board, tnei ill's uioniiue lu uuuoini 'a i-buiriiiaii. but t-aiiK- 10 no ilcci- sicjii. 1L is (-iivclcd that one will bo arrived d1. tills alltr- noon. SENAIOR ROBEM BELIEVES TEG SHE mm BEEN SOILED lyOlBEENINCQNM The first Hem on ILIC- progrAiii was j tin- silver nwinl. Junior phuo tompt-1 iliirm. under K, years of This i out iloiiMi L-uiniH-tilnrs. tht; jik-cos Hi'lccliMl far plnying bftinft "Will o' llic Wisn." by Jnt.Rinai.il. anJ In by Si-hylit. Tlio coin- IP-, lit Ion was very keen and all O'.L- JUHTIJ; ill avers shaft oil ilittiKiolvos cu lulvLiuUge. lu Ihe irsuK medal nvfts awarded to Eileen Vraililinpton, In fmnoundiiB llic mvard Mi'. Noble rtiiil [hut he- and Mr. Thomas "en1 em- plunk In eominy Lo their clucision in roHiinl to ilic Mimpr, Hotli -slic and lliti spi.uni] in tin? award Uad a hfiler uf pu-iT? anil u more vivid Jnuiglnaiion anl iincriirctJiicn tliu.n oihtr.-i. Cruu-IziuE the (it.iy--; cts etii'jrally. liu llial. MIL- clilefj fiillll in nlaving of tliL- was :m ab-snift o' dclicute wrist iitid ffngcr touvli This, liowever. was very rjrely (onml m linrfci-iion, bn, in tiiB at the (uinimtit.Dj'5 thcrr was somi; very cQocl and finger work, pacrkuiiirly in the (he TV inner, Un wociCd sliott'. J' Tlic marks gained u'.n nf -A loll, 161; Myrllc HU-.P, 155; LU-.! IK1, 151. Gladys Tiifieland iTabert.'l. 147; 'Kvelyn llumlUbn.' i f-'itrpiitrick. Nl; chrislitu Nelson. I HO! Phyllis Hawjltn. Alberta] 13J; John Knuwlcs. 1-4 (Cal- i In tlie Silver Medal Jiinlor Violin] none of cunipciiiyrs obtained Uic marks necessary lu lu ojieu coiujicUtion for the Vlirtin (Jol'l MtJal Ihi: only entry r.uoflruy wlio llvej up to the rcpvit-ilion he has In the tor a brilliant Juvenile violinist by Kiiinluc 11m "5 per cent ol marks. I'.i, nei-est-ary for winniiiK Ihe medal. In innounciiig ihe re-iuit Mr. Nolilc salil thai iV.fc winner of the nictlM a liroui'sliis youiiB player, Ijni lie hart yet to overcome llic In the .jle ston. which was a very iiUii- lirofirey a pupil of Mr. Uiyluii. Kllccn Waihilnglon'a win In ihu Sil- vir Medwl (INunoi wns a very popu- lar one. She the youngest ol Hie iuid is '.Mtss Supt. Pennefath-r of the R. N. W. M. P. here this morning re- ceived word that, commencing on May 15th, the following bonus vi'ould be paid to members oj the force: (Mficerij per day; staff sergeants and sergeants, 75 cents per dayT and corporals and constables, 50 cents oer The men of "K" division nl the bar- racks here are greatly' elaled over the announcement. 'icc President Grant Hall Mr. Noble Liisi Year's Crop Failure Held Up Now Lines (he way Zaa-Bufc reltcTta Iho burning and Irrllallon of writes Miss A. Gallant, oj St. I'.E.l. "For a jcar 1 LiffcrcJ with Lhls Olsease, aod fried Ivlnds of remedies, hul nothing lieljied roo nnlll I naed Zani-nuV. conllnucd HSQ of Ihis herbal balm lias completely cured mc- Although U Is now Iwo years tlnce tbls cure was effected, there been no return o[ Lb? IHBEIEC." Xam-But Is .equallj (or tcaJp soree, pimples, boilR, Ucthlng rasb, barber's old tores, ftbMeisca, bad blood-polaonlDE. pllea, rnts. bums, scaltiE and. All tlenlcre or Co. Toronlo. ooi, 3 for 11.25. 1 I j Thi: C. P. Tt.'o poUt-y in cunncution J willj the ronslrucliou ot hrant-li Iino3 jij) Kouihe.rti Alberta, hns been lined in a lelldr lo C. S. Noble, ot Nobieford, who had liccn nrginK ihe! ji-nnstruclion of a wire in tie direction of Ihu Nohln farm on the Cnmcron lease, in (o acllt Mr- Xoblc. Uraiil Hall, v'tc president ot Lhc C, P. U., aaId: 1 "Vortr or the 13th. We liuve no charter, under which we Vonlil jirocced wilh any work in dis- Irict mentioned Ihia yciir, reason did not sueni lo irarrant H3 exlDiid- tiiK our system in that, district. At this time places are seeking lo servR air: nnfoi'LunaLfily fur more remote from railnaj' IrjnjporlatJon than your district. 1 mny say, lio'w- ever, ilr.it we ;irc watclilne tondil- Ions in your st-ciicm very closely imil will coiUinuc to do so during coDiiug summer und any rights that TVC maj' seek to oMnin will be de- licnilcnt upon results ol tills Inves- tigation. eouJrl nor in any case facilUles this summer on account, uf difficulty of securing Hie ucceasar.v- iDaierial." It is clear from this slalemtnl Hint. Uicrc practically no likelihood ot branch line construction 'in this dis-, Lrict this year. 'year's partial failure, la" A. Had Gained C'onlrol of I .a bur, Wanted Control of Gov- ernment Thai Ibc ?U'ikr toul-J bave Lct'ti selUed, Ihcro bi'injf roaHy vcvy liLlie OlITerencc bclwovn the mcial j and Ihe ernplojors, bad i! not I hceii (or the 0. 13. V. Hcment in the clrck-s IP liirthalcd Jn a Iclegram received (olay by Mayor I .Marsball of Calgary from Hon. Gideon Hobertaon. .nilnislpr of labor now la Winnipeg, In which (lie status of ihe strike outlined. Hon. Mr. Rob ertson states in rhe leJpgnui lhai fie has Ihoroughly investlcatetl the cause of tbc dispute, and the mailer or prin clplo wag one which conUl IKIVB bcc-n sellletl satlsfacloril.v. However he be according to the %ire. thai Ihe O. B. L'. hail gained ot CCIUM artatfirB in Wiptiipei! labor circles, am Uial they hojie'd to extend lhal conlro to municipal, provincial nnd feriera affairs flrsl In Wiimliieff. Iliroi out Ihe wcsi for Ihe purpose of unset ling the existing inclnod of govern inent.. The wire is quite ttrone it lone, and ihe hope is Ilia the movement lu Ihe same dlrcctlo will not spread onlsMe A Etatcment on the siluu- i lion Is cipeclcd from Premier Rorclen today when it. may be expected thai some aulliciilic news will he available. Meanwhile all Boris of wild reports gain circulation fn none nf which does there appear to be any ground -or credence. WANT PUBLICITY MATERIAL The Hoard ol Trade is sel- ling a large number of en- lulries for copies of the annual report ol the board ol trade and also tor the Herald: Irriga- tion development !lc- tjuests Inr 40 of the laller were filled yeslerdbv. U. FI. DobSOH. Principal Of ll.lt. FX'inoutoa. barrister: School. Elected For Four Year Term j.ias. A. nv. u.sc., of Kdmouion. intiiiettor of schuuls: (lit nt. Hey. II. U.D.. 1.1. of Kilmontou, Uavlil McQueen, D.D, ot ulfejgyman. Tilt .Allan Stuart, B.'A-, l.U.n ot Calgary, was re-elett- ed May The or rtpreFtntallvf-a of couvoration upun the senate of tlic I'niTeriiity of Albev- iii closed on Wcdtie.'day, 21st and Hit bal'.oifi were counted ihe nexi tnorn'.ng by ihe registrar anJ two Ecruthu'erj ayiiolnlcd ai the last inctt-1 Si. Thomas has va-i-liaie'l a Elrctj Ing of ihe sennte. The following per-1 [Lusher cosliug JT.tjOO. scms have Loon elected to ibe senate I for Llie ntil four ypirs: Kighi freight cars ;il-inRtii into a The lion. A. Kutbeitord. B..Y, diich near for them if the properly is rt- deemed, The purchaser must cither take poistaslon or, notify the tenant that the renUls are to he paid to hfm, otherwise will not have the right to collect the rental. Gall raised tor ihe Red Tri- angle campaign. why, it was not Includnd among croj] this year muatVarranl the olLcr charters asXcd tor was that c. P. Il.i to act or its excuse Is merely trop conditions last year and moia- dire conditions in tali and wlntcj EXCESSIVE ACIDITY is at the bottom pf moit digestive ills. KH1QID5 for. indigestion aflord pleas- ing prompi relief (rom the distress ol acid-dyspepsia. >MDE nv SCOTT BOU'.VK KAKF.HS OF SCO1TS EMULSION Which Means That Purchaser At Tax Sale Can Collect and Keep Kciifs No. 4 OSTEOPATHY .The Irene! of modern cura- tive science is: "Remove the With few exceptions, if ttie body is placet! in "good run- ning _order" it will cure itself. The highly trained touch of the Osteopalhic Physician quickly locates and corrects any mal-adjuslincnl which is causing faulty blood oc nerve supply. Your obvious course, (here- fore, is (o cease experiment- ing and consult an OSTEO PATHIC Physician. Dr. J. E. HORNING, B.A. SJIKIIMICK n o.s'i: mnn, In the case of the Cily of Leth- bridge vs. In which an appeal was made against the deci- sion oT Jurfge Jackson, in the Dis- trict Court, In favor of the city, judgment has been handed down by the court of Appeal, sustaining the original Judgment, The effect of Ihe judgment Is lhal Ihe( purchaser of property al a tax sale, whether the cily or a pnVale individual, shall have the right to collect rentals from the property during the period of re- demption and up to the lime of the expiration o( iHe period'for redemption. The purchaitr can keep these monies so collected and Is under no obligation lo account WopFcoRNs WITH FINGERS Doesn't.Wt a bit ani! costs only- few cenlr. IngcrsoU Housing uiiri jjfiy bouses. George McCallunl. o[ Gall, his been villi Ihe Grand Trunk Railway lot iviir years. FOOD FOLLIES FILL HOSPITALS Miny disease epidemics are traced to undernourishment and impropet food. Shredded Wheat is full of strength-giving nutriment, is easily digested and its daily use keeps the Iwvek healthy 3iid active. Two or three Shredded Wheat and fruit make a satisfying, nourishing meal at a cost of a few cento r AUCTION SALE Of the Entire Stock and Fixtures of the Estate of P. Gagnebin Assigned, May 20lh. Ihe lio'ur of 2.30 p.m. by order of Mr. O. W, Robinson, Assignee and Manager ol Llic UrELlsh Canarttau Trust Co., Mils city. Trust Co. .Mr. RobfQEOn. manager" of the Hrillsh Caiiaiilan Trust Co., has placcrf everything in Sir. Horace Dorcr'g hands tor dlEposul. He Is herd now and wiU sell all nnd every- thing, and Uie eale ivlll lie conducted on strictly lines and abjoluiely wJlli- out reserve. As already sold, the Kale Rlarl Thursday al and lo continue in or Ding and afternoon until the entire stock Is sold. Complete Stock This stock comprises nearly overyihlns that you would llrul in any Ural ckfs jewelry sucli as Wamonds, Mounted "Goods, Uoli! anrl Cold Filled Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Olass, Clocks, both for wrist nnd pocket; tine China, Umbrellas, Forts In fact Hues loo nnnieroug lo mentloo. JiiM drcp-n litdo Krcozono nn Hint toncUy corn. inslHnlly it stopj aclilup, then you Hie coin off wllh the flngora. Truly! N'o hunthuB! Try Vrtczont1! tlniBKlst V i ;i liny I'DllIn tor a cents, 1 Icnl to riil your fcci of every Scorn, soil rriTii, or coru.licltvcch ".tni (luny, niiil caHuses, one llclc; of snreno.is or Irritation, i Frcczc-riR the tllscovcry of A nolcJ No Reserve Once again let mo say thcro is no reserve. Anything and everything will be on aale anri for your convenience It han been arranged so that any article in the store can picked onl and then Immediately otferorl and sold to (he hifiheal bldriar. This slock will take Eorcral darg to dispose ot but tlfosc Mho cope early will have best choice, Prizes Free .To make thins 6 nioro lhan ordlTiRrlly IntCTcaiins, we nrc going to give you prizes Tree. .At each and every sale, wo will give away llckfiU lo adulls only, free, which TYlll entitle you lo participate In (he Giving ol tho prizes, ant] at the laM and [llial ale we arc going to filvo away frcn ii Silver Tea Service, Thursday, May 29th In mind that -the sale starla Thursday at 2.30 p.m. Ladies arc particularly la vltcd. KfnUly call for your rcpairg ng (JiJs (jiisincss liflg to bo closed out P. GAGNEBIN 0. W. ROBINSON, ASSIGNEE, Brlt'lh Canadian Trtrit CO. ;