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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE OP LIVE LOCAL NE-WS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920 LETTHPRIDGE, ALBERTA, PAGE SEVEN Urging Lethbridge Northern Farmefs To Rally to Support Coining Bond Bylaw Chalrman Crofts Addresses I Communication to The Eiec- tors About flatter Trustees of the Lethbridge North- cm Irrigation district are paying, con- siderable attention to securing a fav- orable voto for the bonding of-certain lauds within the district for the vur- jtose p( raising money, -to construct the Irrigated district. Practically the only thing that stands in the way of the election at the present time is some red tape and as soon as that lias been overcome the election will be staged. Over the signature of Chairman T. W. Crofts, letters have been sent out through the district asking the farmers concerned to giro favorable know just wtore you IB matter. The Act under vUefe district operates Is Terr dew la .Us Only lands', bl quirUrr section or smaller, which coEtsln some Irriga- ble lands are only lands can levied oa for agseswt Therefore, you cannot be it the dleliict fills to fv up Us when due, ra thai lot not any fear tlikt you ad- versely by "the 'proposed Speaking now to the a whole, youi- feel "that an' tended recitation pt'vkat the lirvtem will mean financially to the owners ot the land In thevdistrict to quite unnecessary. The .trustees, are tat lifted'that the.eipertjncB Ihe three years- is .sufficient evidence but the, amount .ot may require some explanation. Out1 own engineer his estimated the consideration to the vote and asking them to give a helping luhd in seeing cost ot the proposed works at tome that the election is carried for the thing not far from Ml pet.acre. T instruction of the district. this >un5 should be mires .The letters are addressed to all Accruing during construction, WHICH owuarij or purchasers hi Ihc Lelh- probatly means two years inures bridge Northern and Ihe North Mac-lal 7 per cent There Is a leod districts and reads as follows: that the bonds will not readily sel Dear Sir, or- Madim; _Afler many delays, were unavoidable all of: which far as your trustees were concerned, we are now in stghi of the election at which we shall definitely say- whether or not we, as a District, are In favor of bond- ing our lands lo the extent of Fifty Dollars per acre, on the irrigable por- tion only, for the purpose of providing EH Irrigation" system. Your trustees earnestly .hope that you as an owner will vote favorably on the proposal, and if you propose to do so this communication will not interest you any further, hut it you are not at present favorable, they earnestly request you lo study the lilattnr In view ot the facts which are here set forth. In the first place wo address bur- selves" to those "persons who are- so situated that their present holdings conlain ho irrigable area alall. Speak- ing now only to those persons, we wish to. say that as you have a vote n1 the forthcoming election and as you may think a favorable vote bonds your land.with no corresponding tenotil, it is'oniy'-Just thai you should The Rhyming Optimist Aline Mlehastls.) at par, this discount ihu6t: lie idd ed to the cssh cost: It will be -a least two years alter operallb starts before'the farmer Is In'a sltion to bay Uib main enanca charges, arid there. IB on to of all this i justifiable .allowance fo contingencies. Adding all this your trustees do not fed justified In writing a .bAni issue for leas than about icre. v This may team i. high cbtrfce pnt your trbsteei tare ali In the light ot present and probabla future -wltS the boit wish- es in the world for your Interest ind theirs, hare no hesitation whatever in recommending aridv asking for your cordial appreciation and earnest ef- forts towards favorable rote. They feel that they hare done their part up to now and that It isJip'to you. They look for a favorable TO to and feel con fident they will it. Yours truly, T. W. CKOFTS. _ Chairman. Northern Irrigation District LoM of stunts ire easy, truly; they don't our minds uiiduly. If folks to (hey can learn to conquer hemes that teem unruly. Almusl all Ife's routine phases ere as einip'e as he dttsles; 110 one ever need' be cierer to get by its so-called mazes There's'; the easy art of singing and Ihe tssy'feaV0' stringing; even Bylni s cot trying and men go like bird Chips make easy mone> dally, easy spending goes on eally; profiteering ui clear steering, though It lands some folks in Jail, eh? .While Ihlhgs easy hold attention, I have no of djiwis'lon when I'm batting that forgetting'really ought to have first mention. -What about your reso- lution as io H. C. U's'solution! Well, 'prices most advice is Jlmlted to elocution. Once I very loudly spultflr ed, and I very proudly muttered of de- feating costs of eating, swore I'd take my bread unbutlered. And when sugar hiotinted higher, I. renounced the-stun with I'pretended 1 had fended all my .-sweet-toothj'desire, bverails made me quite cheerful when it first 1 got ah earful of howfsweetly and ueatly we'd profiteers grow tearful. But thst craze has been forgotten! costly duds I now have got cm, though the payment for my raim- trit mskes irie call the" system rotten.' Once Ihe Soldier was a winner, every girl asked him to dinner; ho was feted while he waited to he gassed by sdme Berliner: But 'twould be" a wear- ns matter to remember all our chat- er; td. becandid we'd be branted, 'madder than'the'well-known hatter.1 Magistrate Calls i i Case Trivial; Only Light Fine Imposed Charge of Keeping Store Open After Nine O'clock Heard In Police Court Registrars Have Been E The local airmen have wired Col. ation H will be well to remember In-con- nection with the coming Prohibition referendum that only those entitled to voto will be those who have had Iwo months residence in the partic- ular electoral districis, with twelve 'months' residence In Canada. The periods of two months and twoive 'months dalo before tho day on which the election writ was Issued, namely, April 20th. 1920; In other words they must bo computed as'from April 29th. In all urban polls registration la ncc- essnry'in the case of tho rural polls there must also be registration but voters may bo sworn in by those al- roatiy on the register, and will be al- lowed fo vote It satisfaction Is given. .Hettirnlng officer George AV Rico, has appointed the following registrars for tho city: 'Polls. 82 and 83, Church North Lclhhriilge, Registrar Lawson Turcotle. Polls 64, 87 and in the Sfnnott Block, 403 Fifth Street, Georgo H James, registrar. Polls 85 and 86, also In the Sinnott Block, Arthur Tho polls as arranged are nractic- ally fo'r.lhe north and tho s'piith sides of the cily. The registrars are all re- turned men and Mr. .Rice has endeav- ored to give these the preference. In the urban areas outside tho city the following registrars, also returned men, have been Taber, John B. Raymond, fhonias Henrj- Gould. Cirdston, Trveri'JulltiB Olson. The icglatrallon offices-will Tie op- ene'd on Monday the 13lh, and will re- hialh open until'the', following Baluri Lockte who Is about to commence his trans-Canada flight, asking him to be sure and visit Lethbridge. Col. present head'ol the now very active Canada Air Board and starts on'his flight frori H.-.liir.i to Vancouver, within a few days. Col. Lcckle' using a seaplane, as far west as Winnipeg, as the best landing places in.Ontario, New.Bruns-. and .Eastern Maniloha arc the' numerous lakes of this wooded coun- tfy; .At Winnipeg he will change to an aeroplane .for the balance of his flight. It is hoped that ha may Include this city on-hls trip across the.continent. The cily Is one ot .the pioneers In aerial development in Canada, thanks to the enterprise ot the local 'Air- craft company. Before Magistrate Invin. it the court, on Thursday morn Ins, tho hearing of the remanded char'ge.'against M. Cooduiau for in- fractingw the city by-law, In having jis store open after 9 p. m. oil SUt- urday, Sept.. was proceeded with. The original charge of unlawfully sell- ing merchandise after the legal hour was withdrawn by City Solicitor W. S.-' Ball, and the charge amended to keeping'open shop alter 9 p. ra. 'Constable Alford, of the city police, gave evidence to the effect that his iittentlon .was called about by Jake son of II. Pcinsiein, bf the Palace Clothing store, lo cu'slomers going into Goodman's store.' He.weiil there and found the door locked and', ou being admitted afler he had saw two men ing.on the settac on one of whom _ of -shoes' was being tried, on, to the'assistant who was trying on -the BHoes and was told that' there" was rauilc. H diii hot appear to-hlni tliat the store was open to customers. Wiien Jake Fein- stein came to him oil the street he WBB a llltle excited. Jake Feinstein-slaled that two men 'to h'.s 'father's store oil the Saturday night, atter closing hours nd wanted a pair of shoes, but he re- ueed to serve tnem. Coming out ol the Btore he sow I them going into joodraan's store' and informed the constahle. He admitted that Goodman arid his father wero not. good frionds and were not on speaking terms. Dur ing the-absence of his father, three weeks ago, when he had charge o tlic he Baid ho was summonei for keeping it'open alter hours and was at the back ot the store it was opened to the knocking of the men by his llltle girl. beeing the men in the store ho went forward and told the clerk not to serve them as it was after hours. He had never been before ot keeping his store open afler hours. He heard the clerk tell the constable, who, he said, was eicited, that no sale was made but that, the men were merely told the price 'of Ibe shoes they were Inquir- ing for. The constahle. however, re- marked he w'ould have to summon Mr. Goodman. The Magistrate said the offense was trivial, but in that the defendant had himself ndmllted that he closed the store at fivo minutes past nine, he fined him (1 and costs. Mr. H. Oil- !und appeared tor Mr. Goodman. Rotarians Only Thinking Carnival And Fair; Busy Making Arrangements Before Freight .Rate Announce- ment Differ- ence to Farmers was found guilty. Mr. Goodman in tho box stated tha thi door ot the store was locked a five minutes after nine and that whil The increased freight rates will mean an aDQtd bufticil of six cents a bushel on wheat to Fort William and .of that amount five cents has been absorbed this week, D. E. Harris, broker, slated this morning. He expressed the opinion that the increased charges will continue to be absorbed on the exchanges. Farmers are as weli off today as they were at the ftrst of the week, when the Increase is considered, he said. Practically the only difr ference the announcement of the increase has made on the wheat market in southern Alberta has been a slight alteration on-the premiums being paid at the rail- way stations by milling companies of the province. SLIGHT INCREASE IN 'IN BANK CLEARINGS This week Corresponding week last year, .FOR SALE! 1 Ton Truck 2 Ton .'BOTH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION APPLY UNION BANK PARTY MOTORED TO CALGARY The Union Bank party, consisting of. 'Assistant-General Manager W. S. j Crlsno, Grispo, Mr. John Wilson, manager of the branch of the hank' in tondon, England, and: Mrs. Wilson, arrived in the city! from .Winnipeg, with stops off at Re-, filna, Mooso and Medlcino Hat, on Wednesday afternoon. On arrival in tli a. city'they decided to motor tn to Calgaryv on their way lo Prlnco were not abte to make Iho Coaldslo trip. The visitors were favorably- impressed with what they saw ot the city; particularly the Lon- don manager, who expressed his sur- prise at seeing a city o( the size with its substantial [buildings and ocauti- ful park.. .The party had lunch-with Manager King of the local branch be- fora -proceeding -to Calgary. Francis Janids, county, IS nlimtbs old, died in an Ottawa hos- pital following an operation lo havo a kernel of corn laken from her wind- 11th STREET SOUTH DON'T FORGET The only place where you can get your shoes repaired by prac- tical shoemakers Is si Hutton Perkins 418A Fifth Street South Phone ,653 3 doors S. of Colonial Theatre Is Your Home Complete ein Aa kffiraittre unrtr only glna lo qn provided TOOT t ptao try well- known Cwndten firm ot WILLIS Possibly thlt Is just "what Is needed to make your- sitting- room you it to be. BEAUT! MIL STYLES. REASONABLE PRICES. YOU'LL BS CELJ'QHTED. Willis flaiios limited HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDQE JUST ARRIVED Ask -the Person Who Has Eaten Here .And Take His Advice. The Yale E12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE 20TH CENTURY BAGHQLDER In our judgment is the only complete and efficient 'BaghokVer in the world. To introduce, the first ten sold will be ONLY EACH Regular each E. A, SHARMAN CO. Agents Phone 1173 1233-1225 Second Avenue South LETKBRIDGE, At-BERTA. Arra'ngemsnts for the carnival to be held In Lethbrldge on Sep- tember ?2 and 23 are well under way, and every thing It running smoothly. Such was the con- census of the reports presented b> committees at the mestlng of the Rotary Club yesterday afternoon. The time for dlscutsbrft at the meeting was devoted to hearing these reports from the 'chairman, but, practically nothing was done as the wo.'k is' well In by the committees and there 'Is no- thing to be done by the whole. The arrangements" are working fine and every indication It that the affair will go .off.with a bang. ,Wlth the Rotary Club behind jt the carnlvaf la looked forward- to with a great de'al of interest.both In ihe Lethbridge and Coaldate districts. From, this carnival is likely to annual.fair-for Lethbridge and that is one thing many promient citizens have been agitating for all year. A great deal wl.LI depend on the success of this fall's efforts' and public support Is needed to put It over, ii is eicntialiy an agricultural fair anB a great deal of the pro-' gram will .be given up lo'amuse- menti Baseball will form the big part and dancing will be a drawing card In the evenings. What livestock will be shown will be of the the grain ex- hibits are to be inter- esting. SIGNS CONTRACT GAS Announcement was made Wed- nesday by President Eugene Coste of Canadian Western Natural Llghty Heat1 and Power Company that his concern has sighed a contract for 3 large supply-of gas from the RedcllrT 'fields at per "cubic feet, and probably will sign an agreement to Mke the Dingman gas at 15 cents per cubic feet. Is conditional upon the Increased price for gas asked In tha'city'of Calgary. o OPEN ARMORIES -The Lcthbridge Armouries, at'the corner ot 6th Avo. and Cth Street souihrwlll bo .open- ed on Tuesday, Sept 1-ith at 7 p.m.. All Interested or' wislt ing to enlist in or 39lh balterles wiil please bo on hand Tuesday evening. ICE CREAM -THE- NATIONAL FOOD There is more ice cream In "America than in any other continent on jarlli. Maybe that 3s irhy- the people ot Aniorlca are the healthiest and hardiest nr.Uon of t.iu world be- cause Ice cream is the healthiest food you can "-lakeT fnlo "yoOr system It contains more nutritive elements. than .tho-system demar.diriYtia'in'mQre geu- erouB proportions. It Is the National; Food' liecatiae 1t is the food oT ail classes. H graces the banquet "tahlo, it Is Una (lessor L lor-tbo rich wcU ,as tho Worklnginani' the' relish bttiid cliiidren Whether "served-In at' the fouiilflin or m [lenny xono, :..L {She and Purest Tee Cream Made Is Cream MADE BY 'TTffi CRYSTAL DAIRY LtD. PHONE 1576 in Creamery Company Products (Wrapper has actual cut bf Chief Mountain printed) This butter will please-you. Fresh churned each day from selected creiiri. Ask'your-proosf, he will recommend LethbrUoe Milk Producers' Brand of purt, psWirfierf, milk. Rtoh In huHsrfat and tint In Try It once and con- vlncsd. you tried our Creim? is pure, separated right from the form, and dots float In fat globules on your tea or collee. Table contains 20% fat; whipping Phone and Our Drivers Will Call. Price's o'rr.hillKto.Sept for table; 20c e p.ef.qu'trt! CHIEF 'MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CQ.V LTD. .Phone 1923, COALDALE DISTRICT Dancing Afternoon and Evening i Big Parade at 1 p.m. Wed. and Thurs, Admission 50c at the EXHIBITION GROUNDS, For Prize List Apply to the Secretary Coaldale Commercial Club Public, High School Students 25c Boys and Girls Under 1? Years Free Baseball Tournament Rotary Carnival Both Afternoons ;