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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live.Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY Local News Where To Find It Determined Effort For Roads Launched 9 S. Movement Spread Krom I. A. C. To Every 1'arl of the South Total Kail l-'or May 1.59 Inches, More Titan Usl Year By Inch KNIGHT HORSES FOR CALOAJIV STAMPEDE Kmighl has too contract aarter a: Inch of rain loll t, moBlrtM a bunch oS buck- till 7 and Friday oVIJc'k Saturday morning.' .iimner ol an inch ot rain fell O-i Wodrr.'sday evening .20 IncSes I rain Ml. This Lrii.fs the total lor Hit pieicul storm ill' to .1 best rahitall ?nd Uie tlonii which assures the 1915 crop. there is a (eeline that the' possibility of another year been passiMl. awl onlinnsin Is ac- ui'nlliKjIy rnmilUR Uurinz tho iiiunth Mny Ihc rainfall amounted.to v era tor O Abom i bunirod otHUTTB of tho j range bteu cut dun A past few tor their enerjetio abllily to cot up antics when, anyone tries to rifle the brut 03. miiu.'which considerably than Ilie average ot 2.65 tor the month of Muy tor the past 17 yeare, lint it is 1.01 Inches Mgher Ihan the precipitation, for. May last year. "The situation is distinctly 'good now." raid II. Kalrlleld or the A- jfflriaJSBtal i'arpj t'hh morning, "and 1 think we mi.y csjiect plenty ot mois- ture tor the remainder ot the' grow- ing 'teasou. We have really, juEt uti- ored the rainy season, as the record? LT years shov.' that most j. 'f tr CCT- ol tho rain in the wet ycJro after May Mtli." n- accompanied the rain in som ol tho joulfc. There wes con i snow at Cardslon, while th rts Underlying tht formation ot a big dlllrlct automobile league In which every part of southern Al- terta will be Is a movement for the building of good roadi. Real rosd" Is what the united association will be after to that by s strong organisation the ntedt and clalmi ot this part ot the provlr.ce I" regard to roads could bt forcibly pieced before th' federal and provincial govern- Affiliation with the Uth- brldgt Automobile Club by every dlrtrlct club, it ii reckoned, will affect this purpose. The provin- cial sovernment will be asked lo guarantee bondi for the build- ing of thest roads. For sinhina fund and Interest there i. tuff- clcnt In the way of licenics to meet the same, and i! ic urged that theie licenses be so used. The Dominion governmsnt be Jlked "to give grants in the ot fO per cent, for main roads, 40 per cent, for literals, and 25, per cent, for minor roads. This money which is available for roads the Lethbridoe district club wiH use Its endeavors to obtain. Is further intended to apply to the federal government for motor trucks used in the war and now not needed. These motor trucks will be UStd for hauling gravel for the building of the roads, tor it is intended to (lave roads insttad of the earth roads which even afSer re- pairs gel into bad shape in a few months. Roads so mad; will make it possible for motor trans- port and thus many of the diffi- culties which the tamers are up aoainst in the matter of railway transportation will be deviated. o Delegates Named Locally For "W i Convention on Ihursday Lo. x Biueratno BIWT Milk Rim Sltfse shows white to4ay. Snow fell bore in large Hakes for a short lime about o o'clock this morn- DK Krorn appearances the soutlv vesiorn corner o! tbe province in re olving a heavy tall ot rain or snora afternoon. night's lain will carry the pre- cipitation down well over a ioot In cropped land, will build up the first reserve ot moisture of the year. It will also serve to put an -end'to the ravages of the cutworms which were worklDg havoc in some iields. Tab district reported some i the post the last lev; days, moat) ol'tlie trouble lias been north of the city. A continuation ot weather for a lew days jint I tho cutworm out at biiBlliCEE for sood j year. Some people are predicting a very wet .Tune, and it there is anything in Iho oM prophecy that rain on As- cension Day mcanp rain for 4') ilays It will be no. For it on Ascen- sion Day and it has rajned oven' day since, and there is plenty ol it in the 'air. V, i The dry spell lias had no effect on the sitting crop.'blit Hie winter and rye in ibis district had shown Ihe e'fect and the yield will no doubt bn affoclcd. Brass and liny crops, boa', 'ever ara making tho most rapid kiilrl of growth, and OiVre is'tiujia that the price of milk and butter may shortly .bo-reduced. at their o kvcntic. Mr Julinstono lias just come na froin ovcrscis. He letc Lrtlibrlds I'iiymastl-i- with the 118th HatuUon, illi'l IIUIT service in the trenches wllh '.In.' J'rinrosn swine wllU ui us captain ur 10 the signing of tlie aVuilFtite. He resunii! the lav; iucpa in connection with Ilia lira, iiislraii', HiU-hle anil Uray. Af the IJ.'Lir.'ral I'l liiuri'.--! riu '-veijiiia lo fur 'he fi'dtrn! i-onvi'iltlou whic'i on 3uno .'.ill. utter nmvh al'in, it was resolved that no s by The uicctliiB took the thai the present time was one tor tin', rttrcise ut Individual opinion and Unit anytbint; 3-jld be sLiUmorged in a ble policy iHt'-rf-.t ot tlio west as a whole. memli-rs ot Iho Liberal In eitv will, tliuroforo. tlte ij.uio tonvonllon ultli no particular I polU'.y. Hlw Kuiventioii is for ihti illio i.ibi'ral tonveiition lo bt! heW in I Ottawa on August r.ih, f-iii and-'Illj. Individual views ai-io future ;joll- 'Aill be voir.fd at the l.ethbiidge mventiwi willi anyuin- tree to ex tin" jiriinai- In _.. to gir-i Thai ot "Pro. undccideJ. Ths airi that should te big party, hnd it pro. posed liJac ai Ihe comuis convention 10 i-aniltilalc jhoulU be until it Ottaiva ovor. R-34 TO TRY FLIGHT ACROSS ATLANTlQ 'I.OXIXJ.V. May British ulr'hip R-31 tormally taken tiy the Krlllth sd' rairally Thursday. It is aunoanced that ar. nUi'Cipt -rfll bf made lo fly avross Atlantic from KnsUU't within the neMl fortnishl. A Dominion t- soino for five dollars Money Old 'oslp Ct'ntB, T ii CEWEPK and Rev. Hodgins to Fill Lndi! Charges For M- Yenv CALGAHY, May tollowinB U the complete list of the fi.st drat of 1 me Youngstowr. Oistrict Oven. Robert K. Finlay; Sibbald. Wiliiam Forshaw; Acadia Valley, (one Tliomas. Riyn Jackson; Alberla col- legs r'. Stacey McCall; (Wcj- Alfred K. Lloyd, Thomas C. Bu- chan. R. W. J. Clements; (Albany J. W. BainlirlilBe; (Metropol. Arthur H. Going. Divid K. Thomas. Albert H. Aldridge, Fred I. Woodworth, William Bikes; (Unlveri- ity (one (lo be William Berry; (Richmond Parti, (to be George L. Ritchie: Paddle Hlvcr, (one Weatlock, Thomas A. Dowen; Stocks, (one Athabasca Sloney Plain, P. W; Reed; Onoway, (one Dufffeld, F. J. DoJson; Wabamum, (to be Toma- hawk, (one Entwistie. (cue peers, (one Kdaon. j he Nursery Mission Provides vieiling nurses for ma- terntly and all medical and coses (except contag- ''ious diseases) arid charges ac-. pordingly to the circumstancea of tho iiotienl. Baby Clinic Mothers are invited to hrini; thdr to the Mission on any Wednesttay atterncon when instrucliona regardluE feeding end Koncral care of tilo babj will be given by the nurses. Records kept ot your weight to see that ho is gain- 'phone 1233 428 131" St. S. in Train SerVice Effective SUNDAY.June hi, 1919 the BtatloninK committee of the Methodist conference, in session here. This draft is, ot course, snl.je.it to re- vi-ion but few changes arr- made from the recommcnriations (if the stationing commuted: S Tuttle, J1.A.. president of conference; William A. Smith ot conference; II. fi'o. secretary of atationlug coramitlee. Medicine Hat District Medicine Hat (Fifth Allan C Kiirrell- Medicine Hat (Washington rapt. Austin Richard; I Waddington, Empress. Geo.; ''i; Vyhus; Blndloss HO he Suffieirl (10 be McPhoil VVaggell; Alderson. George Steele; Drooks (one EyrCi Bore. Harry S. Bird; Walsh, F. Ames; Fertile Plains (one How Island, Verner M. Gilbert', Hurdeltc, 3. Smiley. High Rivsr District High Hlver-N'anton, Herbert K. Gor- don, S. S. Harry Ooates; Lahe Mifiregor, Ernesk'llavidgc; -lluf- falo Hills (one Champion, P C Carmangay, Danglas H. Telfcr (one Cayley, Stephen H. Irving; Parkland-Slavery, I.oushlra U. JlacDonald. and Dislrict Calgary Charles A. Sykes, Jiev. S. W. I'allis, Major George W. Kerby Alfred T. Wilkinson. Charles K. CarscHllen; Chaa. K. Uland. Kdvvarrl CraEK. Chas. W. Blsnou, .Capt. Robert Pearson. Wilfrid fi. Galloway; Joseph Coulter, president of conference; (St. William A Broilh; (Crescent Robert w slsb. Arthur llarne'r; (llankviow) f Pei'ry; Joseph l.ce; to'be auiiplied; F llid: Spring Valley, (to be sup- Youngstown. .1. R. Creefon; Kainbow. lone Jonas K.'collius; Mountain T. II. Craigmyle, K.l.var.i l.oug- mi re: Coronation District Co'-onalion. Edward T. Scrags: Bul- wark (II.C.W.K Soimdius Creek, (one Veteran. T. Taylor; Philo. Jas. Dorian; Monitor, N-ew James I! Kirretrnir. 11 Comnccr. Wripht. I Stettler District Sieliler.'Albert H. Argue. Krnest Hihaard; Mirror: Alfred Miller; Ua- shr.w Jareri Taylor: -New Norway, J Wluilen: t'erintos'n. (onu Simons; Rerl Willow! H. M-. Horripks; lidtlia-Giids- by, W. Bruce Empey; Jasper, (one Peace River District I.aku Satkatoon, George A. Kettyls, John M. Hargar, Harry I.. Dougan, 'veif eu mcbanl-, stron0. I.cp K OI, T. .MUU. -_ m_cy Beraard Eagar Arm- T-acombc, William llollingsworlh. secretary of conference; C'apl. K. I--E- bert Xewmau Chas. P. licpkins; Beaver Lodge, (one Dimvegan. George A. Sader; Griifin (one Peace Hirer High Prairie and Swa Hiver. (one Pouce Coulee H.C., (to lie Laniont District Lamont. Thomas J. Howard; Lamont C Watson Ross; Chipman (L'krain lian) tone Victorial (on Charles II. I.awtonl! IlaniDton; AnSlrew (on lladway Center (Ukrainian Demetrius Ponieh Wahsahctenow, Kellers; Bmbky Percy Wahsto Taranty Hannochko Ashnioni, (one Hamlio, be Saddle Lake, William I Caution. Ver.-nilion District Vermilion. II. Lindsay Wright, Wll liam H. Hodges; Warwick, (lo be sup- nlieifl, K. F. Kemp; limisfree, Percy No. 5 WHY ilalstearl; Milbum, Bichanl II. Parry; H IS ECONOMICAL Measured both by cost and results, Osteopathy is the most economical of treat- ments. Its percentage of cures is high. It seldom forces upon its patients the necessity of tak- ing expensive trips search other climates. It ordinarily permits palienls lo BO about tlielr ordinary voratiqns while under treatnient. Filially, it leaves no druggist's or socialist's bilis uehiml to be paid after the ojleoiialh's fee has been Patients never regret money sjietit ivhere they experience benefits. Osteopathy is a wise investment, and It often pays enormous dividends on the amount spent lo obtain its benefits. r Dr. J.E. HORNING, 3IC-1S-2I) PHOSH -1S9S. Daily .j a.m. G.I5 a.m. 1 Daily ,J.4i> a.m. a.m. 5.10 a.m. 12.10 p.m. .Daily '2.40 a.m. 7.50 K.m. Daily ex Sun. EAST Dally er. Sun. 2.-10 p.m. Lcthbrldjo ..Ar T.OO p.m. Ar. .Medicine Hat. ually. ex. Sun. .Daily p.m. a.m. 12.05 p.m.. 11.00 p.m. WEST .pally ex Sun.-_., 12.30 12.35 p.m.'.Lv. Ar.'i Dafiy ex. Sun. 4.35 p.m. Lv p.m. Ar, iiiacleod''' ..VMaclvod' Calgarr.'.'. "CraObrook' j.'.Lv ..Ar Daily 12.50 a.m.' -.Lv Calgary SOUTH Sun. p'rn. Billy ex. Sun. 4.10, p.iii: 1.00 p.m. Daily a.m, Kogcrs; Battle Itivcr, Robert B. Stcm- au-or; Wctaskiwin. J. Wesley u- Jlillet, Geo.- H. Hackus; Pigeon akc, (one liattle Lake, (one Bittern Lake, (ono Hardiily District s Marchniont Ing.; Forest- urg D. Young; Galahad, (to lie sup- Alliance, Ilajl- litfo llardisty. J. G. Clorldard; iiighcndcn, Herbert C. McNeil; one Lake End. (one waiu- 'Provost, Charles B. Rogers; tam- Joseph IS. Francis, Charles .1. 9.20 a. ni. -10.30 p.m; 2.30 p 5.30 a 12.30 p iy Tuoa 8.45 a Lv. p Daily Dally Weil. ax Sun. ox Kun. SaL .........____ ..Ar 11.16 a -1.30 p 6.20 p Ar.'. Manyberr'ies, Lv S.40 a Ar..... coutta .....Lv 1.30 p Ar.... Cardnlon ....tv 8.00 a -7.15 p.m. n.m. 5.5.1 i.nl TRANSCONTINENTAL TRAINS DAILY Direct Connections at Cllgarr and Meaiolno Hat. NEW All. 9UEEPIMQ-CAR TRA'lN -Hciin p.uJ. 2.30 p.m. 11.35 p.m. p.m. 9.80 p.m. -0.15 p.m. :7.30 p.nl. J-or fnrlber parllcHlofs'apply to any.'.O.-r. R. Ttckot wrile (o J. PROCTOR, Dislrlcl Agent, Calgary. a he supplied: to be (Riversido (Tuxedo to (Stun le'y to be supplied. Calgary Willmn J Ilasgith; Uaiikliend, be K. J. Tale; Jlor ley Indian reserve, (one ti gerlon 11. Slchihauor; Airdrie, llelvill E Wlsslns; (to be sup Irricana, (one Sbe.i (lo be Carslimd, t Robert Corcoran; Slratlimore, Thoma Philip; Tudor, George A. Hipkin Slandard, Glcichc (one L'tthbridac District .irlBO Charles B. (liniteil Hbtlgins, JarucsiJIalley; Coalrlale. Iln- bcrl 'Dosomwottlfi'-Taljor. Major T. A. Wilson; LnrkV-Strlke, (one rore'mosl, Kfncst'Il. Winfield; Ncmls- cam, (to Rctlaw. Oliver Manri; Lomohd-Travers. Alfred T. oil; Iron -Spring. J. P. Sutill; Mon- ch. (10 be llarons. Sidney ike; BUikom, (one Hacleod Dialrlct Maclcorl, William A. Lewis, .1. New- on Wllliituon; Macleort South (one Claresholm, Frederick ocke; Fishbnru. K. Barnes; Plncher lallon (oho nellevie. Harry Peters; Hlllcrcsl, (one 'rank, William T. Younc. Red Dser District. Red Deer (Leonard Xiaetr, Memor George D. Armstrong. Cliarlcs II. Joseph P.- Woodsworlh. James U Earle, R, Orlando Jollfto, Robert S: Longliiy J. Prill, Edward S. Bishop; Red Deer.East, Harry C. Sut-. er; Delburne, George K. Graham'; KI- nora, Horace S. Smllli; Innisfnll, A1-; frcd A, Lyllc; Borlwen, (to bo sup- (ono Olds, George Q.: Webber; Wejldale, Herbert Brook's; Brnd- Icy; Bancrotl, (to bo Cross- field, 1C Kelts Swcncrton; Itoltral, (V. C.) Cahirose Soutli, (ore W. Bell, siipernnmcrarj Wainwright District WainwriRlit. V. Priestly. Thomas Daleman'. Edgciton, J. Victor Ho-.vcy; Irraa. diaries U. Hock- in; .larroiv. Jlillon Bailey; North Vlkins. (one Viking-----: (ono llolden, (P.F.- Edmonton East District Edmonton William B. Mac- Niven Geo. B. King. Uenlamiu How- ard; William II. Irwin; Oco. F. Driver; (Ilieli- GeorKO II.- CobbledicH, Arthur W Coone; (Hu- William 11. 1'ike. J. Kennetli mitlr K. H. Harden; Uev- rloy, (to Sturgeon, W. Lobh; Lar, La A. H. Howe; Clo- Ilnr. .1. A. Smilli; Airtrosan, do jc Edmonton Wett Dlllrlct Edmonton H. Lorm McTavisb, f. Stacey JlcCall, Georg W SimrliiiB; Alberta college (tlico Aubrey S. Tulllo, David I- Tlie Herald can supply maps o( tlic. irrigation cllalrlcls BS shown in the Irrigation Develop- ment Number to rcnVoatMo'mcn or others, Any fattiier- copies 'ol Irrigation Development' shoiiuC be" placed kO YOU Wear GLASSES? If you sure you don't need them? You can never be sure until you have your-eyes tested. If your vision is normal, we will be happy to tell you so. V If you need glasses, we can give you tbe proper sort and the preferred style. K you already wear glasses, you sbould-bave your eyes examined periodically. Maybe con- ditions have changed so that your prescription needs to be changed. Keep your vision normal. Examination and Consultation Free for Children and Adults 'J. M. HENDERSON SIGHT SPECIALIST AT WRIOHT'3 JEWELRY STORE, BALMORAL BLOCK ;