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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It I TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. UI19 LETIIIJHIDGB. PAGE 3KVEN Attorney-General Taken to Task For; His Attitude Towards The City On The Policing Question Red Hot Statement Outlining Interview Mayor and City Solicitor Had At Kd- m onion anJ put. everything possible in the way 10 prevent a. conviction.. he was finally siilrlicd from city. In spnio jucuberd of ihc A 1'. rone were eillior _________- loggers or connived VJIh that class, J In accordance wllh a resolution pass- or Jiil TUo A. PJ P.' records! by the illy council, (be mayor. show most of (his. ,po yuuj rompanied by City SolicHor Unll, wetu wonder iliat sucli a lovcc not] up to Edmonton to interview Auoruey-j v.urk .willi We havo never re- General Hoylo In reply to his (Cjsct) in the aUphLctl way to cooper- whU'b baa LPCD published hi tbo llor-jale with trie A. JOBS WAITING TO BE FILLED In local labor market It Is au- thorized to proceed to Edmonton (rj interview Mr, fioylc. to as to heroine fully rosuizanl of all ihe (acts mid accusations and lo ac- quaint him llie city's fificn." assured Ihe lion. Mr. IJoylc: 3. That we arc pleased to uut our- selves ou record" find say HOW ihcre vorv hifih men on Iho A. IV I', in tins cjty, men no! lirsitalc lo lake on bur own limn-, and if Iho Litehar uulborUltp "'ill per- mil. ive arc quilc a lire they work In harmony with thu city polite force. 4. Ttuit at tlie timo there Is an illicit traffic in lirjiior nrcsrrliiticms. Physicians arc imifciug uut urcsiTijv tlouia, we arc lolil. fur as many 12 quarts at quart. Here is it of one.1 iviih name lelt uut, for OUIILCS or five Quarts, We hiivo Hie moral proof. Uut not the Ic-yal proof, thai y bootlegger jjot Iwclvo I rjuurlV HII a prescription "jmd solil it, to questionable people "aI a Varye fii. understand the A. F- forro J is cognizant ot tlicae foTiflillons. This 1 vile arrangement causes more trouble 1 HIAII can be explained. It Is one of 1 the prevalent bootlegging i 1'iulur ihesc condition? the j Kcd Deer A. I1. Tnspcclor, Said To He Slated For Lelh- hridyc Dislricl is In; v: w well The Sainrduy. Will Grant n ivHH a 01 M-ratcli nun. jilus live. :md as S jilaycd ilic and casually jthiyei] much y. bu; a kiu. Ji) tiiuo lo begs n UK' while That iho council hart carefully read general will give us no privileges (o approved the mayor's 'reply to j inspect declaring tliat Hon. Mr. Royic's inicrvlcw which ap-', ,-an only be delegated to men'from his speareJ In Ihe Tdmonlon Bnllclin. ucpiirtniL'iit. incliulins of course Use Thai while as he ilie P. Me iiromisii' closer regula- may bo in Uic same position us i (jons poliiing respect by olner cities in Albcria, n-ilh (jlc i> p, It doea not alter iliu ifcre js a copy Of a Mquor.prcscrip- If reports speak true, there are likely to be many changes in the Alberta Provincial Police... The office of Assistant Superintendent It is unofficial! slated, will be abolished. This means thai In- spector Piper, who holds thai of- fice and went on promo I ion from Lethbridge, will go back to an In- spectorate, It was first said that he would be returning to the city to take up the position vacated 6bly Inspector Mundy. A later re- port, however, says the he will take on the Inspectorship at Ed- monton now held by Inspector Fisher who will rjo on_to Red Deer relieving Inspector Risks whs, it is reported, is slated for Lelh- bridge. pollcins which tlic province "n-Jlion: JIOSQF oily is onerous. In fad. al] ilie cilic.1 refused to police tlie ITqucr IraBlc.fnr (he province. because IL was an until they were Inveigled into nUemnlins it by the ly-ovinco giving them one-third of the fines.-but so far as our tlly is con- cerned, [I only entered oil obligntuin thai it would work haml In with this-A. P. it Ihcy would] XQ. work with our force. The A. P. P. have never fulfiJlud this obUfialicn. "Show "Up" City'Police. v -2. Thar it' has always appeared the objtct'i.of ther A., IVP. lorta' Required for Mr. Address CoaUalc Sp. Fermiilnll CXX ozs. for Medical use. (Sgd.) Dr.................... Signed by rcclpienl-'.............. Cases of ProstHution 5. Thai we were doing our very best. to kcej) iiroslilntJoii out of the city. Co ilier the A. I1: autlioriltcB sent men and especially out of the residential districts, bul cue ii-ofnnn in pnrllcular bnuenL a very fine iiTecc al (iroperty V; right next lo any. of bur most-resucct- V, able citizens; when nucdlioned she llie aulliorflles" that she was lo who were no (totter than thuys and wlien''tho. cily police arrcslcd one of ihom on vhe complaint of the man aEgrlevcrt.' the A. P. P. diJ, ivoryihing to prevent tils aad finally'a'lawyer Ironi Lhc department 'came htire j living quietly al "the ijiil A. P. P. her that she Tiad, Ip gel 10 out of there. She asked A..P- P, what 'as .she must have a house to live In; could i go UP town? The reply was: "We CCONrTNUED ON NOTICE! WE WILL BE C.w, C1 LOSEjj During allei'alions Lo.llic Oliver Block, nhput weeks, from August 2nd, alter winch sve >yill vcopcn in ncVv premises in the same block. The Elite Cigar Store (PERRY AND REID) t Tlic city will siiorlly lose n popular banker and a man who lias made many during his atn.y here in llio. transference of Mr. A. Parker, manager of the local branch of the H surprised us 10 boys Jiandlcd thi'iii---] Phil Illnchs wiili .1 fa uud IJaivld Kr the (Irani aud Ktimu AVI Grant was ;i Lnr score was evident, guiue before. rcmwrkeil lie 1 wlililn the lust fit- to play a loi dldu't tatdi our In ask hjiD Just gUDlC. I'Ull lliUfka not iui easy in slyly Liiakes every stroke couui and plugs right As lllacks and llrimi WITC tied net score ilicy a nine, holes! in ihe evening, llhu-ks with a Igrofs won easily, (ir.int evidently I'.vasn'l in good condition' HLU! show-1 ovidcnire of the heat nf llie after- noon round. ,liui :it ikai IIL- drove ionic balls. Fur both boys played a on the Gib lole, and fe'rant pl-jyed a sii for llio Ith. H'ucks played unulln-r bogey on ibo 31 li, Fhll Ulucks wins [be firit prize, a club presented by Cuorgc Morris of he Cousuincrs Hardwurc, and Will Grant takes second, II. Menzie him whh a yaiil up mcin- bershfp for the -balance of ibc season. With a few more practice rounds, (Irani will do belter ihan a He drives a ball regularly to 17.1 yards. )Vc. hope to s'ce more boys slicks, and learn ihe game. We try lo. pull off another couipeUiion this fall when we hope to have to boya lined up. please touch wltli W. II. Mcnziu or J. S. Kirkhani and RCL your incinbcrshin ticket. We failed1 lo gel your address and II was decided after the evening play to give the 'second prize' The scores: Ptiil Hincks CO; Will ;Grant 05; arold Kcmm Mcltin Reid Si- Hoult sr ECCENTRICITIES OF SUNDAY'S FlMN I T.Se big ra'n on Sunday wan not without Us ecctnlricrties- H passed over certain locaJiUci without leaving A d.ryp on its Jour- ney. This v.r.s th.; case a mile out from Co a! dale. Though the rain extended beyond Dun mo re, it passed up Grassy Lake reterving its flow for Surdett and further cast. On liic Crow's Nest the rain came down in the C. P. R. stockyards at Brocket were flooded and a deluge poured down in the Coxvlcy district where rain WAS badly reeded. I Peacock Says the Miners Here Voted Almost Solidly for O.B.U. D. Rees Rushed Out of Camp? .Miners All Over District ('oiuinitU'fj to Lhe New otnini'ir iu L a .nu-mlicr of thi? uf oM Ifislrlct No. snitl ihe ]-t.'iv jd Uie miners' tiiflerni; nver iliu O. II. I' iis ap> :n las-t Herald. As a iiicinbcr ijf policy mm- j niittcc: ut Disirict 18, he L-.iiled n sjicr- to report ihe resul'. u[ in iryitig 10 open up Conui.lssioncr Ann- Aucr making report the ineellnj; was c-.pyn bion. IJonaUl MrNabti was present. and LciuB LL vuptioricr of ihe 0.11.U. WHS endorsing Poatoi-k's rtport, and he also rose to answer some ques- tions Ural bad uccn Mr. Pea- cock says thai nt> row mok place be i ween Hob Kurgan and Kor- ean asked McXabb a quest ion ami McNabb 10 in his ious to llie war he vras aitarl.crl lo Ihe I and charged that he did nol want tu answer it direct. Suggest a Referendum Mr. Peacock savs th e pol Icy com- rnlilec has never had au.upporUniUy hcfore ot coming oui and proclaim ing as 0. B. L1., and resolved ihcnfcelvcs into a O. II. IT. ronunidefc and notified Coinmissiontr France took-parl in several air en-' Armstrone to this effect, and he asfc- Former Clerk in the Bank of Montreal Here ;ind Son of AnOMTimcrofSoulh Archie B. D. Campbell of the Air >'orco rclurned lo a few tlaya ago from overseas. P rev- staff oE the llank of Montreal at I.eth, brMgc. Xeiv Hayinond nnd wlicre in March. 1317, lie jolued the It. A. F. and (rained in Toronto till De- cember when TID was given Ills coni- mtsslon and went'overseas, finishing his iraimrig in Kngland and Scotland. In tlic spring of he wen I to Llrucc Wnddell We undcrstani Ho has to Ins credit two In September. 1918, he bad the mfsfortune In a big sir fight to Siave his propeller afoot oft by an anil- aircraft machine 'and was obliged to land. His machine a "D. K." was bad- ly smashed ami. lie was ivourrdcd In one fcnce and being 30 miles behind (he German lines'was taken prisoner and only released in December. 191S, reaching England (he 2-lth of Dccem I bcr lie remained on duly there until after the treaty was signed. He imtccreil for service in North Russia. ed for proposals as to negotiating an agrccmenl. The policy comniiUcc sent him roUowingj Intler: Calgary, JirtylSl, 1919- To Comimssivner Armslrong; Dear are willing to niccl unnecessary, you for Hie purpose of trying to'scl- Drumhe lie the existing tlippule In Iho district nnd provide for a resumption of work, find -we are ready to meet the 1. 13U' hrai- Sir.- Mirihrr rrfi-rcnre In your uf 'Jlsi nil-, 1 bfil In aiS'Ssi- >ou ti[ i in.- fuIlottiiiE rr- ply liy is ire [ruin tin. direc-ior of LOU! "Your lelcgram ret'tiv- cA. TH- present iiffrcemrnt in Dis- IS ix ilu- r.MAV. A. i iho I'.M.W. ot to carry ii out and 1 luu'p nn of bnak- inK faiUi wiih thai orKtuiiraiion." tSlstn'.li w. II. Armstrong. Yours irulv. K ihe ah uve reply was received puliry io thn that it was useless to COR- liiiiu.' the discussion, i-ays .Mr. Pea- cork. Miners Here Favor O. B. U. 1'iCfiuKH 10 List n if; IK'S a hcrt- hud been taken, v.-liichre- snUcil lo U in (avor of Iho O.lJ.l'. On -iwo sutscquent occasions ihi: local have tflkoh a unanimous stand wlih tho O.B.U. and fenilorscd The action or ihe policy com- niitiec a i all limes. Al this iHecling one or I wo agita- tors were" present who, -Mr. Peacock rhargeil. were working in the inter- 'efil of tlio company and frying to sow dissension, and il was owing to Lhls fad thai iho trouble look place. Ho that Kergan is in line with Ihi; O.U.P. tainl wanta to see solidity In id Calgary and Etiinon- but was not required. He fs1 visiting ton taking considerable pains to get the -hoys playing golf. This of course is as it.slioulU speak (or the j aiul we be- this city (he Royal Bank.. Mr. Farter will leave j sunic' iiilercsl ration from few weeks.'lo lalif- fellows the Lethbrtdgc churge ofihe new branch of Ilic Uoyal j Golf 01 CalcH .'cm when they're Dank al Ucllevillc, Ontario. He has been manager of the local branch fo'r four years, cpming Jicre from Prince Alhcrl. Sask." At Belleville, Mr. Par- ker will be back in his nalivt) county, Hastings coal operators for ihe purppse of mak- ing a new agreement. These proposals ot ours ivoiiJd provide thot a referen- dum of Ihe membership would, lie resumption of the fight, and he (Peacock) was slrucled at'lhe meeting lo taVe an- other vote on the matter. However, on account of information since re- ceived II is bc'-iGved that this will bu Field Solid Mr. Peacock lias received informa- tion tli is morning that hi tlic Drum- heller valley, iocluuing Wayne. Sec- liis parents Alaytir and Mrs. D. J. C. Campbell for a "few weeks, when lie returns lo tho Bank ol Montreal at Winnipeg. GREAt INTEREST IN AIRPLANE FLIGHT Tlic post office returns for the month of July supw (hero was a great deal more correspondence in July year Ihnn in the same mouth last year, the sale-of stamps having been as compared to in 191C. Money orders issued amounted l d amounted lo us against in July I91S; orders paid, July 1319, 31017- 191S, 51G.4TS.SO; postal notes sold. July 1913, iioMal nolcs July 19IS, ?7S5.29; savings bank (icposils, Julv 151'.', 191S, A yreat of slock is being ship- ped out ul Ihe greater por- tion nniling its Ctiic'ago. It' is no .uncommon sight on the railway (a see' two cars going out east anil Lwo West pretty well" al the same. lime. There is no regular movement with. ihe big, tariff. 'Some .idea oP Ihe ex- tent hi which the stock is moving out Tuay be gained in that Ihe C. P. 11. arc sending out special trains next week lo (lie Cardston snb-division for shipping out stock. Hay is coming in .very sJowly. The shipments at present arc "not a nuarter Jri volume lo what they were Ibis lime last.August. The lecd" situation ia llrcrefnre though the'rcccni rainB'will help pnV.-' The gniat in the trans- Rockitt nlghl-was shown last ev- ening.iri the big irowd gathered in the neighborrjand of [he landing ground to a .wait the arrival of Cap- tain The arrival was billed for 6 p.m. and those who had as- sembled, had" rushed out to cecure points of vantage far viewing (he descent before the evening edition of the Herald, announcing that the flight was'called off, had been read fay .The crowd .who were so eager to be the first In Ihe. Reid ed'lo sorria hundreds with'a large number of automobiles. However they had a diversion in the make believe local joke artist worked off-- 20PerCentOffy Your Bill For ;i Dentistry V H15IIK ia a genuine- rcrtucllon which will save you money, and if livft out of town, will aavc you the jiricc of railroad fare. We have fiils- cil OUT prices lo cffccl' Ihla Our niorfcrhlc aro throiiRhout the Icnjjlli and bread Ik of (his province. Ask anyono' irh'ft'-had tliolr denial work clouo byui3. let. (o yutir rcuiremcnlF, iiiirl you will at'incc-approcialo (lie RRV- Ing yon effect. prlcen aUrncl yon. Ro will our modern rrtclhbtls. ITyou cut out this ailvoiHsofunhl anri brJns I', in nur offlcu, you will bu cntlUcd lo llie flfscounl. -'f. afchardB, fon'nerlv In 'clinrgc ot our now no coDiicctlou whatsoever whh practice. f DcntisKry As We Practise It a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, McLaren Neison High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doori from Lethbridee Hotel, Lethbridge LETHiRIDOE, ALBERTA CALOARY CIOHTH AVENUE E, CRISTALL SLOCK.) ALBERTA CHAMPIONSHIP BENNETT SHIELD SEMI-FINAL HOME AND HOME MATCHES HILLHURST (CALGARY) VS. FROM FRANCE FRAGMENTS (LETHBRIDGE) (WINNERS OF THE PIRST HATCH) ECKSTORM PARK TOMORROW, WED. Kick Oif-6.30 Sharp MENU Friday and Saturday "STRINQ BEANS" STARLAND previous lo ivork. HespcctfulJy of the yollcy commillcc! (Ssil) KD. DIIOWXE, Secretary. Agreement Is With U: M. W. o[ A. Tiiny rprftivnd tht. tollpwinfi ILrougli T. B. Harrison: retary lirowne and Secretary Bev- slier from organ Izcil 570 men and signed them ui> .voluntarily In favor ci the Nordegg bciinE alrnaily solid O.B.U. aU the northern field is solid behalf O.U.U. Tvilb a tew minor exceptlonE. The are aho solid O.B.U.: HillcresU Blalrmorc. Bblle- vuc. Coleman. McGllllvray. Corbin, and CoalhuTsl. JUEB OM. PAGE S! Night Service Mclaughlin Garage Illh Stre'et South For-lhc convenlenco and bsl- tor service lor our customers, wo are uroparcd to (aKO on Ad- ditional work 'nl nlcnls. f Cars washed linil iiolishcd, Or. sinionizort nt reason- aljlo rales- (work done uy 01J Country carriage TrudkK .waHhed, olkd and greased., Cori RrCJscd nnd oiled. Tire.repairs, clc. Bmcrgency 'calls promptly at- tended Garage Hre ncll looked alter. RS, Ltd. Steve Lawion Night Foremin .WE ARE NOT IN THE LIVESV BUSINESS The Highway Beckons Information for Auto Travellers Some Places to Stay and lo Get Supplies for Your Auto. Get cut in Iht biUii.lhcsd summer days when Iho tool, and roads Invlle you. The Hotel Fernie j1 Win. Tlio Commercial Man's Honio Dales'f3.00 nnilMlp'-iicr Day. Columbia Ilooms Wllli Ualh in-Connccllon. Ssv'cu llrstClasg SanVpIc Rooms. Hot oiid Cold Walcr and Telephony 1 In Brory King Edward Hotel Plnclicr Creek, AUa. 1Jus Mods Trains." SleADi Ilcalcfl-Throiigjiuul. Special Attention Given lo jiicrcJnl nnt) Trrinsir.nl D. B, Siple, Prop. King Edward Hotel Aulo Qus and- Baggage Line Auto Livery In Connection. I'amity Cars to Walerio'rt lakes. Chas.- M, Collins, .Prop. PINCHEfi CREEK SF.RVICE GARAGE. Service and Kcpnlr SlnlloiT (or McLoiiEhlin Cars. Oood Stock Dom- inion Dpd Tiris. Vulcan lilng and General Koimlf Work BatLCTlca RccharECfl. WARNER, ALBERTA HOTEL WARNER nL make your homo hi (lie If ijuits you come 'agalni MEDICINE HAT Follow the Ilcd.Trail-Ironi .Loth- Hie Blue Trail from Cal- Black Trail [rom Jlon- all- lead lo tilt suljf oHicial hotel ill tlie HOTEL CECIL Retlaw Motor Company Service Slalion, for Dodge, Over- land Cars, and Traffic Accessories, Gas, Oils'and Hsllcrioa Hepaired and Recharged. Pronipt Service, Nlsbt and FORD GARAGE General'Car Servica, Warner, Alberlj A. 'P. 1'rop. OIL AND ACCESSORIES MoWlc Oils. Polarliic, Oasolinc, Poralnlpn anrf Other Tires. frompL Satlslatlory Service al All Timoj. MIl.K RIVER HARDWARE CO. F. J. Proprietor i COUTT3, 86.MILES ALTAMONT GARAGE Service, Vulci'nfzlnf, Ii nlllon and General Retails, Serrkt'. lo Tpurlsls st line. Head L o( Cerieral iDformallon, I Ciisloms Office fieiil door. Slop'In I and >e> us. Oil oftoueh. Alb'efla tlr I lo speed you "-L R6btrlt and Baker, ;