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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Wheve To Find It WHDXESIUY. APIUL 'AV ALUBHTA. PAGE SEVEN R.M.A. Had Very Successful Year Reports at Annual Meeting Show At llie amttiai meet [UK of iho tall .Mcrchunt.V Association, iiold tii the Alberta Cafe evening, with President .1. Biuvden in iho chulr, the following were I'lected for the vtar; President, J. liawden; vice president. II, G. I'larke; executive, A. Simpson, ii. R [Mor- A. Johnston, Sit aw, 1.. Keel, X- 1L Good; 'st'irrelary-ireasurcr, J. Kose. busline unJ of iho proceedJi was receded by a bamiuci. -with a reu- licfdy o.' -retail ihyidiants Tlio of keeping of thu siurt'4 after o'clock on day's preceding1 suiUilory introduced by thr- chairman! u-ho Dressed his opluiuii that, so tar the volume of business was.coiireri1 it mailc difference opening the INCREASE IN TRAIN SERVICE Effective April Zlst Trains C'J2 and COO Calgary to vin .Monday only aiid ir.iius G07 G33 IJtis- wino "Iti CalgyTy vsa (rricami. TueaiJaV will run as fol- Joxis: AJoii. utul Tuti. iiml Toumlav Friday a.in: Lv I'algnry 7.UO p.m. Ar Hasaano LvS.40u.m. .Train C'li> Kuffir-W to lAiiuond Tuesday only, and ft6l Lomond lu Snffield. Wednesilay only, uill ruri uy follows: Tncs. and "Wed. and Friday 'Halurduy Lv Suffielil C.SOp.m.'Ar Lomond LvT.SOa.itu Train 642'LeUibridgp to Tuesday only, find G41 any berries to.ljcthbridgc. Wed- pesOay will run a-s followB: .Twes. and ami l-VWay. W'Sutuitlay. J.50 a.Jli. Lv Luf hh'gi! Ar li.20 p.m. ulSpYuAr Man'yb's LvS.45n.ui. V J-'or, fnVtbef particulnrs'appSy: MR. Ticket v; phone 512 except vh'eiY iliit four ry had (venEng befori Jay fell on a Saturday. On the iiyn of J. Nelson.'.it resolVi-il that (lie mutter of the Friday open- Ing, when Saturday was a holiday, taken up -with the chief factory in- spector. Weekly Half-Holiday In regard Io Uio half- holiday, ft was agreed that an adver- tisement be carried in the every rtay during the next week announcing the Mr, 'McGnfrtf bought up the mat- ter of certain stoics beius open on Saturday-aright np to past JO o'clock, contrary to tho city liyhiv. llon had been taken up. with the city commiBsi'jncra so ris to make stares conform toJJie Factory Act, and ilicir decisi01 L was aiviiited. Membership Shows Increase 'President Dim-den sulimhtfil the an- nual report, showed thai the membership hail m created from last year, to 43, Ibis-year. -Tint 'activi- ties of (he association had reunited ii: Iho allowing, of the siorpa fo be ujien- ed on Saturday night np to It o'clock by the factory inspector, with one shift, and the weekly half-holiday to make up fOr the sanitf. Tho lists'had heen taken up hut not car- ried far enough. The matter of water jrules liiulJiBcu gone into with the cily council and much information j wiitcr service had ueon gained, 'sugar shortage hail been handled vrllli .the regulating of tho supply "to-meet, i JUG-win-i (me exigencies. Parcel posti ratts were taken ip. The early clofi- I jjylaw luui Ijcen -brought to the no- i lice oE the city. A .pro test had j sent to tlie federal goVcnuneiH ns to thfi errora in Ihu Labor Gazetto in i tlie ot nrtho city. iTiie ijorjiiission to open two evenings, 'before Christmas had been, secured from the authorities. f Fast Time .Is'sue Question of fast tiino came up on a inotioit-5-Uy A. Johnston that the city council reconnnended to adojit it. Mr. to the same, Inentfonet! that, while in the Studebaker (Javage. lie had mcl.a family in the city lime- not conforming1 railway tiino, had missed tlic'train to Forc- moit, jyid'-nol' beliig able to'Kucurc a car to drive them to their hom'e, were forced to stay in llio city for a week1 for the neit train, lie was-also in- formed by..Mr, of the Leliibrfflgc rum tho cumt- '.o furtgt) iliulr slii'iiping lio inornEnK In order, to catch the rain KOUtli, afcordiiig-iu L'. t. elartcd an hour tarltvr itiau cily tiine. Mr. Itylandd-said that the? fast time as a niiglily gowl thing for sport, jut that it siwilt hustuess from the country. Ho submitted an aiiH-udiueut hat mattcv.s as -lo -liim; left as tJiey ;iro. lie was of the Uiat iho people were gt'-tiitij? to loulile siiiiulaiil. ami that there 110 compluint of less busings. U. A. Simpson tnai there i loss vT occtisluned by fast I inn? IJIHI yoar, X, ('.cod was to fast tyite. The frtniitTs, he j-aitl, were op- to-it. ami 'far us business wpnt there was S'l pd-r cent, done be- HAD ILLICIT STiLL: v LOMOND MAN FINED Kor lioiitg lu possession o( uti illicit still, llobort. Kurrar. of, LpuioTid, apptRrcd in vinciat pollix1 court mom-) -ing and Tra'q finird and ..tost4 or (Uree He will appear-riopioiTU-v oil a further charge of Ihe thttt uf steel rails x- Two Join The Club Mr. And Mrs. Lee Members Big Drive Proves Success LOCAL VEIEMNS WANT twec-ii 12 o'clock and il o'clock. Blinw the present In liujii frour 1'Jedge Cumnitllt-o liusy an4 To- morrow.the IJoolhs jmii.omi. :'j Appear j .1. XcUot: Uiouglit it better io j ;_________ j accommodate; IhiJigs to open the stores Lcihbridge citizens uiv getting be-1 at 7.oO In the morning atid to close at hind the ItK'al c'rtrmiiiilec and are out in tho evening.. 'to make -a record in Uio tlrivo wiiich Mr. Rylaniis considered Unit the dtyjis going on in tkfi city. Hie pledge' Vc Jine'iit.'Erunks. merchaiiillsc. Wagons iiuil ;vllh rublwr fir'es; Hlso carry all'klnrtS'oE hardware. Give Us a Will Pay. You. t 13th'Sfc, North (Tnko Blue Tijnc) n the matter, troth resolution aiid amendment were and was decided to, leave the question lo live city to take action of its own ac- cord, or. as Uoorge Morris remarkal, "pass the Ituck" to the coamiissjouers. Daylight Service on Crow A resolution was passed urgiiig the board of trade to keep up its agita- to have tho (J.P.H. pnt on the iyTit service on the Crow's Xest line east and west from On the motion of E. U. Hylands, the board of trade will he ii'sked to (tike up. the dollars that '.rill be paid in interest on Victory bonds. WJich- oce said tusi, of the attractive1 fea- tures of this'form of investment is ab- solute collective "wealth of Ih'e entire: Canadian people, the tax- ing power of parliament, and the honor and faith oi the nation are the guarantees of cannot hut be satisfied with the investment And remember, one can buy AVar Sav- ings Stamps as best suits one's con- venience, ami may build up tt bond the re-installing of by Instalments, on dates of one's oini" Joseph Lee, prQprielor of the Lethbrfdfle and Mrs, Lee are the first members Lelh- b ridge's Thousand-Dollar Club. Their signatures to a pledge card ta purchase worth y'f War Savings Stamps each during 1919 were secured by the pledge com' mitten of the W, S. S. campaign on Tuesday afternoon. Mr, Lee was a strong boo tier for the Victory Loan last fall and htlped put trthbrtdgea oVer the million-doliarTnark on that day when Lcthbridge surprised Can- ada by u nf yrl in g its ho nor f la tj with four crowns, I sad ing the whole (of Canada in percentage of quota over-subscribed. "I never made a better Invest- ment in my life than I did said Mr. Lee this Corning, "unless it was when I. undertook to add another thousand by the W. S, S. plan yesterday." Chairman F. B, Ross of the pledg: card for this week's .drive has his force ing hard today and they are go- ing to keep it up till Saturday night. they have m pledges as their objective, and membership is open in any of the clubs. or Afong with the rtamps otherwise sold in this year( thewe pledges should bring Leth- bridge's quota up to And if all the people oT Canada do as well, it will mean or the excursion fruins discontinued Uur- selection ing Hie war. vitli the e.vciir- you also can' register your cevlifi- rates. c-nte, with one or moro War Savings t ntlachf Tbe date of (he minimi meetiug I tie It. M. A, altered io the 4 week in condition of the ts'ty.-rpadfi came in for critici.sni, find tlie importance of. tbo state' of-tbo roads, leading Into the cily was alsj raisetl-by II. V.'. Wal- lace. A conunttLee, cousistiijg, Mebsrs. Wallacif HySaAds'aml Hau-Jcil was wait oil slquur Mcccli ami Mr. Ainsworlli witli regard" io Uie REMEMBER'THE "SILENT COP1 ,1'or contravening tlie liyiavr as to turning of motor Hint-he cfoased Fifth the side, going to tlie ''silent iKjljcO: j matf signal? A. Oarskc at (lie city police CDnrl. -fined Ihis morii- ing the sum of ?2 ami days. or 10 100 VOICES PIPE ORGAN will be held in fur the object of defrajring part of the if At Mujical wbkh n General Admission 50 cents any money order Host of.'icc done if t be lost, stolen'or destroyed, _ the tjovc-nnnei.it yon. feature the stamp loan is that at any maEurity you can ..rodfc'prn, yoiirjfjUmpRiaBd'jgei full f; -Tlie Thrift'Stamp' is A means io ait end: that is, in make 11 easier lo-acquire a Savings. Stamp, and acts as a e t The Thrift Stamps cost 25 cents, and Hie price Six- leeu Thrift Stamps.affixed to a Thrift Card are worth ou tbe price ol a War Savings Stamp, Wherever War Havings Stamps are sold Mit, vendor will exchange a rilled TluJft Card tot a War Savings iitamp on payment oJ tlitJ. slight difference in price. Among iiie warring nations many bini hcen tried to raiao money-. it became civiriont early in the struggle that tho snuill saver must lieip' Great Uritaiu. Xrauco ami tho UriUeii to vigorously cany on (be war to an- .llenco variiyis pinna were devised? -Xone Irave snc- cet'ticil bolter than iho >Var Savings idea, in Great Britain there Stamp savers, and; their veofely contribution amotmls to about j In the UniH'd Stales, nearly a iiou dollars was loaned the govern- Hrfijltby Si.pOit.OOO' through ihe sale 'Of War Havings und Thrift Stamps similar to those now being [hi-Canada. .-.-The armistice -has niadc biiL little difference vltlier.ln Great, Uritain or in America in tlio amounts licins raised by tlic; war- Jstanip-inelliod.' Our that Can- EidR n-IH not fall behind Groat Britain and tho United Stales in'the response Io a like rail, has authorized is of Savings iStampd during 'ly expect, they sbsorbcd. Tho gospel of thrift finds ready acceptance with the educational lead I'ertJh'O'very province. They are nol IslowMb realize wlmt it means to Ihc InaMoii.If- tho JQiHres a working: khoivletlge y% our motto Save, Ihveal. V Hcincinbcr, the itionsy is not bor merely ;for': nforfll effect 11 thti lender. It is needed, amt1 vitall> for ''Our in cltiatrles inisst nnpy." salt UiUus, emiiloyment wil bo available. .ManufactnrerH no make goods nnieasMnej, cmi see a market for them; nol, nnftss'tliey Iiave cuslomcra who pay -the prjrr Ovprseas, In 1lio countries there li.au for com modities sucti us we prodnce, but those hinds, exhausted by .war, have irot a the moment the cash with -which t< pttrohast'. If w.o are to supply ihcm with goods we so credit Mini'the banXer the situation, is th ?.o we espcc thai several raillkm Canadians Ravings, as it-, ie tou aim to have a nation of small cap' more in the Dominion treasury reconstruction purposes. never yet faifed in 3 patriotic drive. Lethbridge isn't going to fall this time, especially since interest io the of over VIGO.MO on Victory Bonds held by Leth bridge people comes due dun ing year. H 1s a branch of Great War Veterans is to bo estab- lished at Ocbro River, 3Ian.- A live question iniong-Uie veteraus of the city is of a dental here. There' are, it Is said, over throe hundred men'needing treatment for teeth. made to the military autLoritifb, but ihey havo ears. The? veterans consider that they bave a legitimate and a decided griev- ance. Not Is dental treatment refused to iho so "-who Jiavc been dis- charged tiro mouths, but thosu vhu are considered emit led to tbe sumo havo to pay iho transportation Io Cal- gary, and stand out ot ttieir pockets all tho incidental expenses ol tho journey. Tho chapter of the Brotherhood oE St. Aiidrttf- in connection with -All Saints' ci-.nrcb, Edmonton, has- been reviveJ. FOOTBALL PRACTICE Tlic Xoilti .Utkbridge Sen- ioi's anil football firo to be out tor at Never Let Your Home Grow Shabby! Sfaabbiness is the first indication of clphates decline. XoUiiug will so readily preserve and keep tba home beautiful 115 a new, fresh coat of paint after the onslaughts of tho winter's snow and cold, Everything puts on its aew clean dress in tbe springtime, DJ likewise with your home. The cost is than the predalion in value, ivear and appearance oC the unpainted. home. Writo or phono for an estimator. ____'_ _______________ Wellington Bros. THE DECORATORS SHERLOCK BUILDING 7TH STREET SOUTH Canadian National It is a methcxJ whereHy-small savings can be promptly' convertecl into a 'first class government security, as safe, mote convenient, and almost as.remim- efative as a Victory Bond. :Where can these stamps tougHt? At any Bank, Post Office, and many of the stores in your city, 'j Do the merchants vvho handle stamps receivft'any No. They are selling stamps as a patriotic service to Mp, along 'the of t Sign a pledge car'd toHay an'd save (Warj Savingst; pay 4 1 '2 p_er cent interest compounded half yearly, Booths open Thursday morning and will be in charge of the different Women's organizations of your city. You can-Be, a recruit in the great Thrift army. By buying A JVar Savings ot, Thrift Sold at all Banks, Post Offices, and the following Stores t R. W. Wallace, The 'Arcade. .5th St. Alexandra Cigai" Consumers Hardware 5th St. RoBertson Book Store ...-.-.-.5th St. LethBridge Hotel Cigar Store.5th St. Kenny Allin St. 6c Co......., .5th St. Rylands Co. St.. Commercial Cafe 5th St. Delanys Meat Market 4.5th St. George Kerr i, St. Medley Drug Co. ii.ShV ,.R..'A'. WrlgKf, Jeweller Sf, Armstrong Ac JRaworth Jeweller... 5tH E. AJ Ewart, Jeweller. The Good Cxi, Terry. Reid 320 5th St. .Wnite LMnch Cafe .5th Sti The Simpson Ave. H. A. McKfflop St. Aye. Evertll J8t Franks .T.-.T.y.3rd Metropolitan Life Assurance Co. .201-203 Sherlock NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE HEADQUARfTERS, Baalim Motors Co. Office ;