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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE. LETlFB'fllDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. MAY "Local Dealers Sue Well Known Ranrfier for Claim Denied Tho.i-.Jpi? uf I'ailerso'i. McKhmta and Ben vs George Lane, the veil rancher, occupied tho attvation of the nU Siuurduy Giorr-Sag :iaO.Vi-ill curried tt> tlio afternoon. Tho local firm ot bay dealers sre suing (ieorgt1 I-MII? for the sum of fl.ti.73.12. calmed to be us balance of au aeccyul oiriiifi, together with tho t' ihc action. Tbe amouct claimed la for bay solil and delivered, as stated, lo the defendant an his request In tho period between November 391S aud Februsry Defendant denies that he requested plaintiffs to soil and deliver the luy j and l-at tbo ?amt> was sold and lie- t livertd. Farther, that by agreement I tn writing, dated Nov. 7th. 191S; Boll agreed tu sell uud de-liver of No. 1 irplaaJ hay, swn j of raid in coiiJitlou r i per tot1, to oe shipped withtu 30 S it is cometnled by tbe defence that i tho ji-ul'jiifte failed to deliver btu-hj bay within time finally delivered th> hay with the The Alberta tmiustriat'Develorment ccption ot two cur-. Of tho hay so received the first ieiiYi-red it Is elaimt'J tar was t Iresoia by the cietenfeit without who will attend the In- iamlnstio'.i, and lw rendered payuu-iit ilnstrial Cuusri-ss, witlvh will bf held thcrs.'or as Xo. 1 hav, hut mure than I m Alberu from June 2nd to Sih. Tho lie Lethbridge's Guests" on June 2 jc J d WINNIPEG-ROCKIES TOUR'ABANDONED CALGARY, .M.iy dimmcul of the C'in- has beea auuOuiu'.d by tho chalriuau ot the oinvmiu'ec. P. W. Leul, la a I..-IKT etut out to those iuterested. Ths rei- sous glvou for tbo abandonment is because tho sca-'-on through- out the western provinces is unduly late, and much of Iho contemplated work pu high- ways bus been so fav helated that it is ilouhltul if the work be completed. Quebec Marriage Laws I j Must Recogdize Impediments of All Acceoted Religions AMERICAN EDITOR'S. VISIT PULP'FORESTS OF CANADA IN JUNK .S elected to accent delivered, and be is claimed HJB visht to set off 'en. M tho pirclaso the difference tte pric, of the hay a soil ot i, T-i. n..t 'r f TI: YOU'LL LAUGH! CORNS LIFT OFF I and tho hiy delivered. Uy re; I the default, was rlatmed by the de- fendant. lie had to pay 475 demurrage Ont.; T. E. Dissell. Etoia. Out.; Thos. Ulaud. Montreal; iirifsdi-D, Toronto; W. liuclianan.; Doesn't hurt ut ?ll and costs only few cents In the matter sucxl Windsor Mills, Que.; W. R. OD, Mil-bas'paid the sniii into court Caruegio. X'kb.; A. W. Clap- C. K. Froaat. Montreal; A. D. Premiers Millerand and May Go to London to Meet Krassin MONTREAL, May 29. The marriage laws of the province of Quebec, which have been tested several times, and several times differing decisions secured on it during the past 10 years, was tlio subject of art important judgment this Mr. Justice Bruneau ruled, In.an action In which two people of the Jewish fallh were principals, that tho civil cotfe of the province recog- nized all the Impediments to nmr- 1'iage provided for, not only in the Catholic religion, but all other accepted religions. j CHICAGO, May o! small dailies and weeklies :pf t.ho west and middle, west. xUI hero totlay to i'.akv a SIK.CUI! trjiti'.Lfor tho annual 'pilug at tue V.Mdorltil As- at Boston, which will meet Iron; May 31 to Willird K. Curpeuter, cbalrmau pf .Ibc asppclatiou's commUleo on print, sml -iboul JOO .of the cditori will so from tho meeting at llostou tu1 Canada, for a mouth they will he tho guests uf the Uoiululoa gyvcrinmjut, which wiM iheiu a syeelal tratn for visiting the irocti pulp reserves o( Canada. ;-j by them from whatever places ot shipment they could. j Tlie hsy u -tnted that on approval and it %vas defendant conld iironiptly rvx-n any shipment, hut liy Jaliure to I reject influeetl plalnliU's to eontlnuo ijan.j'.. Ganons. St. Stephen. li.; %V. Gartshore, Ixmdon, Ont.; J. Gib- son, Out.; Donald Gunn. Tis J. S. Hsmlltoa, llrantfori; S. Toronto: Rock- drop a little Freezone onlhat touchy corn, in- stunily it' stops aching, then you lift the com off with, the fingers. G. F. Jainiesou appe.irs for the I plaintiffs, and A. L: Smith. K.C., of j Calgary, for the'defendant. i NEW LIBRARY LAW MOST ADVANCED IN THE WHOLE WORLD TORONTO; >Say Ontario legislature 'yesterday papsrti ;i bill pvovWing for .the maintenance ot puW- lic Hbrarietf, which is declared by Dr. A. K. Haj-dy, secretary of the Ontario Library Association, to he !n many respects "the most advanced library in thn 'norld." j The hill provides lhaj the public libmrr of a community shall he Sup- ported u't the rate of fiity cents per head of population. In other wonis, in a city. of ,lOO.OtW people, the city council 'trill, lovy to support adequately the institution ktiovrn aa Trj-'Kreecone! Your druggist sells a] the public la ils ftcaucial tiny, bottle for a few tents, sufficient f provision, Dr. Hardy says tho act is to ria-your feet of every Imrd corn, "miles ahead of anvthtes on the KOft .corn, or corn between the tons, continent.'' nnd caJlases, irithout OIK- particle or Hotel-Cropkery. Hotel Range. Cafe is thq. discovery of s noted Tables and Chairs at Club O.fe. Sale ti THE HANDSOME STONES r.Ji 20 e.v On vieu- here pesisivc as you iinsgine. prriiare their, irieJiav; orders arc on Lcthbridge Mtnu i "Work; EIGHTH STREET SOUTH It. Ken- Ineth, Edmonton; D. A. Kiuihle, St. Ont.; K. Langtuuir, Toronto; G. J. Lipjierl, Kitchener; A. E. G.'Madley, Mont- real; T. E. Toronto; W. J. Montreal; W. H. Miner, Montreal; X. E. W. 'McColl, B. J. McCor- mlek. Welland. L. Mclutyre, Toronto; G..D. .McKinnqn, Sh'erhrooke, Que.: J.; S.. '.Tolfonto; G. W. McLaughlln, Oshawa, Ont.'; Mr. McMahon, Hamilton; W.- J.' McMur- Toronto; J. Xaismilh. Ottawa; B. li. Neill, Gait, Ont.; J. C'. Korthway, Toronto; S. n. Parsons, Toronto; W. H. Pauze, Montreal; C. T. Peatce, Montreal; J. G. I'errin, Toronto; C. B. Rehder, Bowmanville, 3. A. 'Fredericton, N. Rob- ertson, Jlontreal; C. G. Ubbson, Ed- monton; Thos. Rnden, Toronto; Frank Roden, Toronto; S. J. B. Holland, Montreal; Rons, Toronto; Wm. Rutherfbril, Jloiitreal; (i. A. Sdirelter. Kitchs.-ii.-c; J.-TV- Seens, Montreal; J. [R. J. H. Sher- rard, Montreal: C. P, Slater; Mont real; F. M. Sloan, Toronto; R, L. Sniallwood, Toronto; G. M. Stearns, Lake' Jlcgantic, Que.; H. A. Stevens. Toronto; R. P. Hat; W. T, Sulton, Toronto; A. W. Thom- as, Toronto: H. Thomiison, ,lr.. Carle- tpr. Place, Ont.; .1. 0. peg; r. J. Travel's, Ottawa; JI, G. Wright, Hamilton; P. II. Yea'tes, Ham- ilton; R. Crysier, Montreal; A. J. Hayes, Windsor, Ont.; G. Jcmos, vi'innipcg; P. W. Knowlton. J.Iontreal; G. L. MeCrea, Toronto. May KraE- siii. liussinu Sovlot.iniulster ot trada and commerce, will likely have- a con- fcrencft with the mir.isters of Great Britain, Franco and Italy, according to the Star today. France and Italy, the 'newspaper says, have intimated that they would like to bo consulted before Premier Lloyd George confers with M. Kras- sin and it is probable that Premiers Millerand and Xiltl will be invited to come to London to hear what pro- posals M. Krassin briuss. Contradictory Reports LONDON, May Statements re- garding the scope of negotiations be- tween British ofilcials and Gregory Krassin, Russian Bolsbevifc minister of tratle and commerce, continue con- some insisting they in- volve general recognition of the 60- viet government, while others em- phatically assert they relate merely to the rraestion of trade. In any case, it' seemi certain that the conversations will not begin be- fore the middle .di next week. U is generally believed that Prem- Uoyd George will meet M. liras- sin; but it is said. that if he doeji so, the interview will be wholly per- sonal and of ajaqljtlcal character. SPLIT THE DIFFERENCE KINGSTON, Out., May board of arbitration appointed to set- tle the demands of the electricians ot the city, made the award of 70 cents an hour this morning. The' electri- cians have been getting (15 cents an Mur and asked for 75 cents. Roads in Good on Lakes Get Ready WE HAVE GOLF CADDIE BAGS In aa excellent range of styles at all prices. Call or writs to our nearest bra'nc'.i for, Free Sporting Catalogue. Local Arjents: CONSUMERS' HOWE. CO., LTD. Commencing the First Day of June tfo in the City of Lethbridge will be as follows: One Loaf W Tickets for 20 Tickets for 40 Tickets for .15 We will not be able to sell any more dollar lots of tickets as the price is cents per loaf which cannot be figured out at any number to the dollar. North Lethbridge Bakery Kirkby Co. Model Bakery R, W, Scott City Bakery John Gilmore Limited iVrarr. V.'ATBRTOK LAKES, May Last Saturday the cars began to roll in from all directions, everyone claim- ing the roads were iu good shape, rJapecially inside the Park boundaries. Mr. Itevans, the superintendent has been a very busy man for the last three months, in fact he is a regular Santa Ciaus. He has-bought uli kinds of toys for the children this suui- inei1, swings, (t.iiut strides, skipping ropes, inupli' slides, etc. For tile men he got all Kinds of picks, shovcl.-i nnd rakes, and they sura have been] using them. Tho roads In the Park! ncv.er .in such good shape or ready so early in the season. Messrs. Haug aud Borassau had the uance hall ready for the 24th and to hear Mrs. IJorassc-aii dealing out her lively dance tunes made tis (hint of the Kood times we have had. The store in connection with tliel ball looks ns though they are expect- j ing a record season and it is rumored that tbe business places will be light- ed with electricity tills year. I J Mr. Johnson is here ;nid has the Karago all ready for business. Us has Installed u fmo now. gasoline pump. Mr. Jacobus has his fine Sleet o' boats on tue lake, rind the expensR he has been ta in putting on such boats merits him u good patrouage. The hotel IlazzarO IB under nuw maiiiigemt'iiL and quite, a lot ol monuy has been xpent this spring on im- provements. The new manager and partner of Mr. Hazzard Is rearly tn their giicsls .better Ilinn ever before. -Mr. Sage has also got his fleet of iioals on the lake am! with tht'Ir coat of scarlet paint look fine. Mr. find Hunter of Lellibridgc, arrived on Kumlay tn take up their. Kiiiiiiner resldciu'e here. I Kishini; lias slnrtcd nut in good shape ami some nice strings have been coming in. Mr. Tom Scott and Oid Carl Inji the list so fur. It is expected thai tho telephone lino win be built to the Park in the course fit a week or two and arrange- iFieiits have made for the tiontli to Iru placed in lite post ofllcc. are pleaded to have Corporal Ford linrk with us. WILL TAX FOREIGN STOCKS I'AlllB. May ;JD.- -A an art valorcnn on foreign sidckH not quoted on tiie Pnrisi bourne, is be- ins dratted ni. Hie ot fliiiiut-u. It will tin intradnceil in the chamhur of dcj'ulics next week. Don't tbe Asiclion Half on Monday at the Club Cf.fe, 5tli S, Ann ounce m en t BETHANY HALL (UNDENOMINATIONAL) 205 13THST. N. (LATE PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY) OBJECT OF MEETING To give every Christian an opportunity bi reracnibcriDg the Lord iiecordiag to his desire ami coiislitutiou "This do In remcra- Is-ancc ut IIR-.- (Uiko 22-.1S-20; Cor. And to worship God in spirit atul iu truth. Uoiiu 4-24.) "h the lllxsrtv uf ths Spirit." (11 Cur. 3-n.) To U-oeh Ihe children the way to'Christ on Ills own Invitation. llltlo to iiiiuo uutm me." (Math. "Ami to [ireacb the suspel creature according to tho Lord's great commis- sion. "Go yu into M Ibe v.crld ami pmich lite (Mark 16-10.1 TIME OF MEETING SEE CHURCH NOTICE) THERE WILL BE AN AUCTION SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On TUES. NEXT. JUNE 1st AT 1609 SEVENTH AVENUE SOUTH COMMENCING AT. TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADOIIS'GTON AUCTIONEER WATC-H MONDAY'S HERALD FOR FULL PARTICULARS y" K EXTRAORDINARY WE MUST QUITS The lease of'the Premises known as the Of I To A "nr5 LLUB. ;CAFE. Having Been Sold, the Of tiie Premises Must Be Soid At Ones. FRANK WADDINGTON Is instructed to sell by unrestricted auction on Monday, as above stated, the undermen- tioned Cafe and Dining Room Furnishings, including: 1: 1 Pittsburgh Instantaneous Automatic Water Heater, worth 1 Large "Guerney" Hotel Range with Steel Canopy. 1 Steam Table and Filing's, 28 Lunch Counter Stools, 6 Electric Fans. 3 Kitchen Tables. Exra Large Refrigerator, ice capacity '150 Ibs. About 100 Dozens of Assorted Hotel Crockery. IS Dining Room Tables, cloth covered. 52 Ice Cream Parlor Chairs. 8 Benlwobd Chairs. 3 Sections Lunch Counter. 1 Back Bar. 1 6-foot Plate Glass Show Case. 1 National Cash Register (up to 1 Hall Safe, 1 Guerney-Oxfora Cooler, 1 Heavy Plated Coffee Urn. 1 Filter, AboM 50 Dozens Table Silver. About 10 Dozens Water Glasses 18 Yards Carpet Runner. 15 Pairs Velour Curtains. Platform Scales. 2 Gas Heaters. 4 Hall Trees. 1 Sideboard. ;I Large Awning, 24 feet, and brackets, Plate Mirror (framed) 4 feet by 6 feet 6 inches each, 12 Heavy Plate Mirrors, 5x3 ft. each. Over 100 Square Yards of Fine Qual- ity Inlaid Linoleum, black and white tile pattern. And many other small, items. AS POSSESSION MUST-BE GIVEN QN TUESDAY MORNING. GOODS MUST BE POSITIVELY CLEARED MONDAY EVENING. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-4S9 ;