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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NBW8 WHERE tou EXPECT! rr THE LETHBRIDGE; DAILY HERALD THE HERAUPS PAGE Of LIVE LOCAL NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER-12, 1920: SECOND SECTION Mackenzie King's Deckation r At Calgary About Irrigation PROPERTY OWNERS SHARE ADVANCES The local Improvement bylaw has been amended to make the property shjre ol That His Friends In Uresled in Irrigation, Should Meet Him 5 er connection 11-60 foot S CflD Uftl f (I IUV (jUtJSiloti v Tuir i nViaiH He lo the charge of the present acluiinl tration at Ottawa Is tha standard -jicuse for Inaction bj tbR element in our Al berla administrates which Inclines lo the brake fln irrigation progress is scriousl) Jo question all of ;6uf 'Irrigallon-projeclE can go forward without the closesl labor what his attllud" was towards federal aid In financing irrigation projects, ilr King I icporled lo have find "On the lines laid down by Ihe eral cbuvenlton -for the provinces'to bundle their, own natural resources, tbb provinces would naturally assume all for dealing witb irri gatlon projects I understand that 1'remler.Charles. Stewart has said thai if Ihe proMiice of Alberta got control j pari of its natural resources then the irri I gallon pioblem would iself lence here to acquaint htm with SECONU SECTION SJiVfcN INQUEST AT MANYBERRIES v. Toe inquest ou tuo remain? of Ityberg, Bbot v he dml the 6th two'men in J> tbo car with liiui were sfug gling vtlth Oeteclltc Creri-- Couslablc Hale ot the A. r and got awav oier tho Hue be held at Maavber nes this afternoon O cn-oueralioiTon financing between the Dominion anil the Province responsibilities ?s ne. can or be water Itself, must .-always r be international Cross-Country Airmen IJkely Here This Week anil inter-piffvlnelal, and of course must therefore lie In'lhe bands ot the Dominion. The object otvthis writisg at the Lelhbrldee airmen greeted- ihe Trans-Canada fivers at Medicine l.Ia' and were presented with .r Winnipeg Free Press by Commodore Lyleo, .who stated to local airmen that the relaj Hat en't Come (o An Open AMiile Others Close Leth'jrlrige uiercbiiJh are pulling at cross purposes ovefjthe (ines'.ion of Wednesday-afternoon closing, and the result will be that, on a number of storea-V'" remain open with the inteatlop ol closing Saturday niglu, while others close afternoon witb the inteillon 01 keeplrg open Saturdaj night others are ot the that lbo> open bqth after Guvc Day 0. B. U. Situation Coal operators of Alberta and soulli- easteru.B. C. arc iiiesliiiB In Calgary .Wednesday to consider the situation brought about by the action of O present time Is to urge sup I machine might arrhe in Lclhbr'dge porters ol Hon Macken7ie Kings Wednesday or Thur dav and Commo- among our- farmers, especially opportunitj of his pres oon and Saturda> Dig the 'custom" In ivlnter it as hasvbee: iioulha ill past In view of this the coming v'sit ot on and with the necessity for Mackenzie Kfng to Lethbntlge Is like (his towards the 1) to be luaile the occasion for idlSn 1 progiess with M of our irri on the part of irngalionlsts IT order [gallon projects to learn from the I iberal leader deOn j ileh his pollc} toward'! ,lrilsation whether he considers it nierclv a pro vlnclal mailer 01 whether it has ail wider federal bearing LI Speaking in this co--nectiou tluj A morning G R Mainoch chairman off tho Irrigation Development Assocla j tlon said Iheie can be no doubt now that the IV hole or Ine inlcre ts and business comnmnitie in Southern Al berta are ot the mind that their de will be going as It should s unless all feasible irrigation vorks are gone on with it the earl r lest possible moment Some ot its have different political agreeil-.that.unless bur sound Sve have not much Inlorest in politics it will be advisable Ihenforo that wevEhould present the solid front to all ot oui political le-uier1; that unlq B thev sup port ouhirrlgaliorr devalopment m ei erj possible our political allcg mus1, be afleeled the Dominion opposi lion, Hon Mackenzie King is in Western Canada now and Is duo In Lelhbrldge'arf-TitesiiDr, Ocl loth It is nignljr adyisable tnat Ino supporttra his onf farmers should hlrr, and know what our de'sIreRtare "In an inters iftvr He came indicates that his attf tjre on Irrigation is lo say thaf if Al berta Eejs her. natural resources he lindersiands' the province will care fiilly'for. irrigation. Elsewhere he has said that his policy on natural dore Lylec and his plane a day or so later. Dr (Jallivan, Velepnary Inspec tor, Transferred.tojmport- ant Ottawa Position Lethbridge Aill earlv'In November 'ose i popular cltuen in the person of Dr. M.-.-V. inajpec- or for the r.cllibrldga ilibtncl qaves then to take'up His residence n-Ottawa. Dr Gallivan alter 17 years in Lelh jndge, has received a.jyell "arned pro motion vyhiclf will allai.li lum to the bianch- of tlic Jt; parlment t He-IB the second The V.Manipeg- morning paper was delivered'at Medicine Hat at '1.15 p.m. the sams 'day printed. The local plane' arrived here this morning On a non stop flight fnni Medicine Hat in one hour and.thirty minutes flat While on their tour thev jOJied forces with Lleuls VcLeod ajul Holbrook of Hanna with their raach Ines and appeared at Medicine Hat, Redclifr- and adjacent towns as. a Southern Alberta's Flying Circus. Over j .w? thoTrgand .people vvltuessed .aerial deraonstralions at Medicine Hat on Snndav lastt tho planes engaged it aerial combat and exhibit- ions. A large number of- passengers were' carried, the machines leaving the ground witb their passengers 'and flying side bv side over the citv Tha same program .will be, carried pjt In the Northern Alberta towns later. When Bidders Secure Properly j Al Tax Pay Balance. Later HElfflJUl "Curlie" -arrert- ed -while leaving the Letlibrrdge jell b, ConstabSe Von arty, on Suudaj, alld to Vulcoii to lie on th seasons f Just effect tile dction of Ihe re tallt clerks asBocUUou in asking the insnecto. under the Fa orjr Act to the tame privileges ns enjoyed' by the cjerlis in Calgary and Hdinonton stores that is a half holiday each week have on tbo final action of th.e merchants hera Is uii'yet kuown bnl it llkelv to cnstallize opinion so that some de decision may ne-arrlved at a. meeting of the retail merchants on Qct 8th i motion was put and. carried unanimously providing for YS ednesdaj nftemoon. closing the vear round which wojld reatiit in stores being kept open until nine o clock On Saturday evenings. Petitions along this line were circulated and were signed by all the merchants ot the c ity w ith tha exception flt the propno tors oi three clothing btores, When thev refused to the .plan for ifternorfn cloirtng, other clothiers asked to massed from their promise to do 80 'Tills disrupt il the whole i As a resulUhere are'nbw some mer liants who mint tolloee ifternoon and Saturday) light Bothers wto irant to open cduesflav close Satur j Uj at tbt others want to remain- both days mile one merchanfc'Ceclarcd lie was willing toicloseTip Saturday at noon "T The question ot farmers trade iier Organize An Association and Affiliate With T and L Council At ineeling of Hie Retail (Jlerks asspclation held in Har pers Hall last evening it was decided lo become affiliated with the 1-cth bridge Trades iud iJihor Council The meitlu; went on record as being unarimouBb in of the Vednes da% and a committee was appointed to iisR the stores in the ciU ileclareu in opposition to the holi aav in an endeavor to lino them np Inothe1" meeting will be held sliorll) In tho Hall when represents lives of the.Trades Council will be nulled lo ho presenl v Secretary Collins of the Retai In connection tho cltv tax salf Xhtch will bo l.eld on It iliould-bo-umlerstood' that purchas- 'ers of .properly, are pnlyi rerinired to pay at Hie time of sale the amount slioivn iganiBt the pr6pert> as adver more than the amount of the man Xrom'this district {o )iL bj to OttBVffMor thW formerly -in charge of the now being chief of. tho branch Dr Galhjin cime t> Lethbriflge in 1004 from Kingston and ar> inspector hero for three years while the wofX was being handled for the gojernmelit by the Mounted Po lice In work was taken out of Ilia police.depirtment npd made a sepirale branch of tho department agriculture The doctor will be chief remembered by the stocKmen of Southern Alberta for the winning fight he put up igalnst ihe dourino invasion of the horses otthQ -south Thio fight lasted for ten years the disease being finally stamped.'put-in.J.914. During the he lias also been ic el} Engaged in tryirig to st-vinp out tnc mAgo lu cattle 111 Southern bcrla, iiid at the present time he is hopeful of success in that e.ndeayor in thls'dislrict working with Dr. Watson, Dr. OEjIlvan has done splendid work in tho pa'hologtcal branch aartliia promplion" is tho re- sult Dr is widely Known tlirbughout Southern Alberta, ami his chai-ge of stbatfng bridle spurs c.oii.mHted lor tria He was brought down (o tho c I? tins lodgetl in Ihe provin clal until such time. Grainger, underjhe name of Green was.sorying a sentence of two months in the" provincial jaU'on cpnvjctiuu.h stealing a pair of -shapps taxes' Is. additional amount does .not, have .to be paid until, the transfer is given, a'ml such --amount goes to the previous owner. The city sonic months ngn decided not to sell any of tho property it pur- chased at-lho ItllS.lax sale for less than thd Mine The opportunity or purchasing fort the taxes is through the tax sals j Tlioae who. cannot be present may ap- point an agent to purchase lit theif naine. prac- tical shoemakers is at Hutton Perkins 418A cifth Street SoutH .Phone S93 3 doore S of P U. miners in Irving to force J strike Mondaj In tbc district ami also to deal with the demand of day'wage niluerB'ot the district for'an increase.'of jl.50 day to brinit them 'la line vjitb day wage miners in cOiaretlllve fields in the cenlral stales. The 0. li. U. strPne ferer is nol Iroubliug ihe operators muvu.f. They look upon1 It merely as the reaull of the threat of the One Big linion.crowd o force it strike in coil field Just iich the demand for coal st, as it is now w-irti winter close at! .ana; Tbe operators, it is understood, are ucllned to "meet the day wage men lart way in their dcinand. Tbey. point itit however that w-hcii this field'grant- ed them per'day for day worV, he U.-S.'mjne'rs received, only, fl.W. This' leaves' Hie .Albe'rla field" paying ceuls more ou the old schedule-rso .hat instead be granted now. -The 'operators a re rea'cb nil Ihe U.VJri J'armers are hopeful that the point.of the wheat market which--was hit Us( week has been reached, and _; that from there will be sn'.upc ward tendency. The market bt.lhji; past two da s seems to udicate a re- action from the low levels, December, wheat closed today at (2.2? as against }2 30U on Monday, but the_markei was both higher and morning, dropping as low as 12.26 oil one picasion The general opmiou is that the bears liavo had'thelrlintt- ings. Oais are oft a couple of cents .Tues- day, closing aUCS as against NEED NEW OFFICER i FOR BOND VOtE There arc reports of. an out? break of small pox at Iron Sprinflt One'rcsult is that a new return- i ints dfficer.for the irrigation'bond: I vote will Have to be appointed. :-J of A. bn'thislmatter. t w am m mm You may have looked at a Suit, jn Overcoat, a Dress i or an> other arlicle of wearing apparel and believed it to b" unfit for -further -servire. r'ool' ishlj vou wor' readv to lend it lo the rag hrip That's a mistake. Send your dollies to 113 for a thorough dry cleaning. special process will show you how fresh and clean we c-au make your old garments and give additional weir OHICAOp, Oil Orders to pro hibitlon agents to kill" any one showing resistance to the federal In Iho .death Sat- urrtny nlglit- of Mitchell Chnpiislo, nl Our City Dye And Tailoring Phone 418 51h St. S. The place where customers come back, OKLA-APLO A DELIGHTFUL DRINK Here's a cool, refreshing, like- able drink for child or adult. It's u beverage that you canlwilh safety and enjoyment serve at ypur liiblo or to-your quests. Try it at yiur favorite fountain tod ij 'A. FULL LjNE', OF SOFT FLAVORS OLD CHIEF BRAND CREAM- ERY BUTTER If iipt, ask your grocer kfoi this hand the next time you need buttei and if he canriot supplv jou let lib hii iidnie I'G'onlo that.lmve nsutl it it'isvsood iintl-cume back for more and you'will do llie samo. tfio" ie.idliiE .grocers in the cily nre hrtndliiiE this tine brand ot butter, .Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. 1929 P.O. BOX 540 PHONE 1819: -SPECIALISTS; .ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON ,5-6 Acadla BulliHnB... 612 .Third -Ayenus Soiith While In ol Kirkby's, .drop" into, ,thi" tea room, .ami'. try! "a ".cup of, our sopclies to 606 Third Avenue South HOME MADE CAKES AND PASTRV Always in-good-t BIAnF JOnwuiLMORE _; Limited BAKERS Have You IVladeTour Every .person owning- property- of should make a- will.i> -If YOU have this 'i very .important and anxiety.-'by rectifying this oversight, and, ap-; point us your'Execiitor. V T BRITISBtANADlAN TRUST CfY CEO. 5A.BSPNS, MGR, PHONE 1843. ALBERTA kgcd Inadcr of a bnncl of whiskey nm-j ners ncfir lllltlcj Wisconsin, and the. wounding of-nnother iiiau! 6AWDEN BROS. PHONE 625 ALL SIZES WELL W6RTH GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served. Moderately priced Will malio-thls cnfe a lavorito tilth you, too. The Yale IM FIFTH STflEET SOUTH FARMERS, ARE YOU OUR PAYROLL We are sending out money .orders daily for cream received. Ship your cream to us for the best price, prompt returns and CRYSTAL Ltd. PHONE. 1576 Scbol District No, 51 Classes Classes have been organized and will commence work on: EVEINING; OCTOBER 4TH, in' the following subjects: AT THE MANU At TRAINING AND ENGLISHI.SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING AMD MOTOR MECHANICS; CHINESE CLASSES. At WESTMINSTER "'PIT AND FIRE Vo'R BEGINNERS. Kurlher p.nrolrjicnt will bo nnde'al-eHher-of the above every MONDAV-and THURSDAY evenings at 7.30. Tho Triisteos to AVnouncc that classes will'.bo organist find comiaehce.Vork.on Monday, October litb, in Ibt-Manual Train lug building, for. candidates to. t ake. tbc, nil nation f o Ktesm ISiiginctr, or